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47-R««l Sot* REAL RARITY F°,"r «," i r»'',' Brfck, oii» i hilt hullii, comp elely Inline, M»rn nltiuHcd iiiooi'w · · "° It 0110 ralorl , m'lll AZENBY Real Estals Company . · . . ' · .1015 N. College - 521-6700 Col. Art McAturney Oary Turner Ken; Lazenby Bill Uz«nby 35I-265I SZI-53W ' 442-0040 4«.5I10 / ALMOST 12 ACRES ; unimprpyed, «cenlc L rough, wooded land. County road just nboyl apllis the tract diagonally. 'Strictly . f o r the view nnd tree lovers. On Ed- FayctlBv11 ' 8 s · HEINEY REALTY CO. Hwy 16 East 442-9236 "- BEAUTIFUL FARM- JO BUILDINGS 115 -acres of 'beautiful mountain land wllh approximately 100 acre 1 of developed grasies, the.- balanci In a good cover-of hardwood Urn ber. -phe fencing.is hog proof win w i t h , 2 barbs on top. The farm is watered by 3 ponds, 1 very largi pond IE stocked with fish, anc sevcrnl springs. There are nu'mer- ; oil* building Biles with fabulou: ; Views of the surrounding country{ ^:»lde, Priced nt $25,000.00 ''; EXCELLENT LOCATION «,,170 Acreij_wlth a.boul 80 acres on ., tile north side of the highway will .'·. exceptionally nice 7 room Hi slor- home with a car garage attached . by breczeway; also 2 bedroon bunkhouje, and 30x40' hay barn ...Approximately 80 acres of gooc ·'· · pasture land on south side of high ,-,fay. KOpd stock pond. Loon led 5 miles e«st of Huntsvillc, Ark. This lovely f a r m is being offered fo .-.·. 545,000.00 · . . "OPPCpNiTY KNOCKS , War.Eagle Cafe and Station alonj with A' very nice 2 bedroom home Ideal location and ample parkin for truck stop. Opportunity tha . -offers a family independence anc a good income for only $17,4QO!OC .-· down. Reasonably priced at '$60 , '000.00 . . ' : - . . CROSSBOW i; REAL ESTATE rlrrt National Bank Building Huntsville, Arkansas 72740 , D«y or Night Phone; 738-Z8ST ., .TWO ^bedroom',..house Ijy .owner,. larg roomi,'ifEreplacc, : new carpet, newi pain Urge lot.' \Vedlnglon, Phone ,521-6535.: : , ATOP Mt. scquoyah.-Roomy, 5 rooms, c«r garage, pbrchss. 1H ballij, ulilllj r 3 wooded lols. JI9,OM. H2-5308.' 7-R»«| Eitars-Fcr Sal* fou liiwo lo «cc this i n n i n l f l c e n l bedroom, Irl-lovol home, lo op. ircclalc Iho (net that U's a hor- o|n. Formal /H Informal d i n i n g corns, ncdwcod deck, S','i eleuanl nlhs. AM-FM tnleruom. Camel- "« ff drnpcil, All In ft splendid' elgllharhood, -' boss company !800 N. real Colleee Tier seven: ora lee boss 521.-1G45 TAKE YOUR CHOICE 3 Bdr--mostly turn.--Baldwin, }13,. 2 Bdr--very neat--Farminglon, $10, QUO, 3 Bdr--nearly 2 A--Fay. $11,500. 2 Bdr -- n e a r l y 2 1 ,'a Acres -- Wcs Fork. 513,000. 2Bdr--Q. .house--Hi'A. Wlnalow 3 Bdr-- l»i--Colonial--5 A. Fanning ton. 533,500, . . 3 Bdr -- Lovely duplex -- Nea Beaver Lake. $30,000. 3 Bdr--Den--3 Bdr trailer--S A Fay. 545,000. THE OSBURN BROKERS HIWAY 62 WEST PHONE 443-44W 7~K«nl B»tat«-For Sal* i| 11, f ·iHiiv plutc, 30 ior»» w l l h W cupeilly Broiler hoiKoji, iniu- »t?d, nil siitoinotlt, now equip, rienl. Bxlrs \vcll lullt .1, b«droom omo. A|)|indin« ol w«l«r In Well lid law «' deep,pond,-I'hU I j * rst elfins not-uu Dial Is Celling Ighl iir will (riiic for 130 or 205 ere atoolf fnrm. Drive down nnd oko u - l o o k , · yc lO» oar old home thai'* ago, owne'ri In rfarvolnus 50 mproycd w.... , tailed hardwood floors, bullt-lni, h e a t i n g »y«tcm, and 6i)|i mi .hour vould go a larg» part oMhn pur, 'haio price In planting , shrubi, lowering trees, flowern, In fac! ho properly shows throughout the owners loving cure, 2 level opgn. lo the 3 bcdroomi Inlrww lnlr«. ,1 bedrooms In all. f r u l l tollRr. Oarage. Floor space galore ind a home lha.1 you'll 0n)oy. ^0,000. , 1 · ' ' · ^ ' - . ' ' . ' ' · ' . ' . . . . » n Farmlnglon,. 3 bedroom home, bum.liu, lota ol *lor«ge, enclosed double --··- - - · · - · - · '· dltlon. _ oversize to I. .vallable. e garage, patio, oxcellent'ccm- i. Chain link fence embraces L a r g e FHA loan 47-Real Sal* 47--Real Eilate--For So!« BEAUTIFUL FARM HE'AfTNOEL,/ MO. M nerei and, of level lo «cnlly rolllnu y»J!!!Mi«ly._ 1 *y Mf" ..,,?[ nd, llfo «;rw d, Biipr.,., good leve,i mendow L ... ... of open patlintlnml, balance In . Eood covor of Ihnrdwood'timber. Tlili, farm needs utton^on hut TJili, farm Louln'bo do MlMouri'i to vclop lopcd Into 1 of _____ ______ j itouk rarnui, W cd by 2 excellent well!. 6 (lock FOR SALE BY O W N E R I'll run bedroom, Colonial brick liome on 4 iarc« oft Hwy. )» We»t s mlnuldt from University; Two Imltn, (olnl cleelrle, fenced hick' yard, Muil'ioll, {38,000 or bf»t of, fftr, Auunio note nnd o w n e r ' W l l carry part of balance. Jrjon.9, 442-8592 47-Rtol Mot«-For Sail roil (Hie: RMI Tiled 9 bMfiwm li«m« [n UfiMln. C4rerl, |nt|t «ltir««» bid*., ilonn cilHr. ImmedUd j»iitiile*i. in. LandBcaped, shaded acre on 71 private fish' pond, tool shed, 12'x 0' mobile home In good condition all furnished. Price 512.590. Lcsi than 15% down paymont.^- ! Acres near \Vlnslovs .with new 3 ledroom h o m e , ItlU'hen, Hying ·oom, carport. Buy as la wllh well o be drilled by seller for $10,800. Owner will finish lo specifications. Like new : 3 ' bcdroorri on lot 110'x 100', lota of shade, ; enclosed 2 - c a r garage, 1% baths, woodburnlng fireplace, lols, o( bu|ll-lns. City utllllics. Priced at a bargain. J16,- 750. Terms. ' Owner rcdqced price to , Around 1500 Kq. feet of floor space. In Greenland. 3 nice sized bedrooms, large living - a r e a , utility area, 2 storage rooms w i t h ' uu Mjr « UAWIIUIII W(»M. ponu 1 ! ahd Z vdry good .. rho homQ fits In a b o u u l l f u f grove of Isrje trees with a bcaut|ful view i of the ontlro countryside llorno conslslK of 7 rooms And bulh with huto llvjngroom woodburnlng fireplace -· yard !» well landscaped wllh b c n u l l f u l jraes nnd ilpweri), Dulhulldlngi are good will 2 barns -lO'xlOO lc JVxIOO',' This beautiful farm U 1 mile o f f ' p a v e d hjghwayi on a very good county rond. Entire farrn,lny« on one side of Ihc road with no public roads into Iho i property, Aged owner Is lust recovering from a h«arl attack and riitut fell. P/lcecj V fli,, OOOOl! wIlK goo^.terms'- I " KINGS RIVEfc FARM ESTATE, PROPERTY Seven roonu, older , home, balhi. Needs redecorating. Good properly for person jntoreited In reitorlng. Excellent location, cloie Ip at 410 N. Wo»hlngion. Fried »18,- SQO. Korlhw«»t Arkaniai TIMES. Tuii., Aug. 8. 1972 · U ' ' ^ FAUCETTE LOW COST RENTAl Two B«lroom home on Ur««' lot ideal for purctiMC to rent, N«d» ·ome clean-up but a flood colld buy it LAZENBY Real Estate Company 1015 N. College - 521-6700 Night Sale/Np.Bargain For Delicatessen Owner 410 on scenic Klngf Blver ,,, _ ..... _ ... in MadUon County, Ark 265 jaercs developed ' grassland," balance In fine cover 61 nine hardwood '00 acre* yet to dpyetop. Bottom no ~ " · " " " ' icrcs yot to dpyelop. Botlom- .... la along 1" miles or river rontngc 2 springs. 3 ponds' eop water well that lcsted ; 50 allons per minute, Improvement! --'· 40x50' hay barn, 4 room ' " ow with largo enclosed Usny beautiful 'building i nllcs from HunUvlllc, Ark t ?125,KX00 tide entrances, Inched central heat, attached garage.' Nearly, 3 ,'« of an acre.'City i utilllies. Owner says lo move ft Call us today for an ap polntment. Unimproved Iracpi'of all sizes with down payments as low aa 5100. NEWLMEAITY CO. West'Fork. Arlt. , , . . ' FOR SALE Consider Those Values: Near , UofA. and , grade school; br.. 2 baths, fenced : yard in rea Priced to sell. : 2 Iqls; Southwest (it University $1050;- -In Rolling Hills Addition, S2350, , ; , . . . , . · ; . ; J. D. EAGLE REALTOR i \Phone 442-2781; 45 Years East Center Street IMMACULAiTE ., Three bedroom Brick Veneer, with Central Heat Air, Sewing Room Attached ' G a r a g e , -large fenced yard!,with outside .building.- Plush carpeting throughout, beautlfu paneling. -Paved street- Built-in ovens; table top range. Disposal Deluxe living at down to earth price -^ i $18,500.00. lAZENBY Real Estate Company 1015 N. College - 521-6700 MADISON. COUNTY 77 acres'in Madison Co Only,'Ark. vilh 247 acres bottomland li 70 crcs upland pasture. Botlomiand is.split by War Eagle River -- Ap- roxlmnlcly 1 3/4 miles of river rontagc. In addition to t h e - river iere are several-ponds and springs 7 furntHh'' ndequalo;. alock water, nprovements -- 2 bedroom mod- rn home; 2 large hay barns. 2 qulpment sheds 4 miles from iuntsvllle,, Ark Priced at S150,- 00000 T CROSSBOW REAL ESTATE First National Bank bulldfng Huntsvllle, Arkansas Day or Night Phone: 738-2837 BEAUTIFUL SETTING ' 3 Bedroom. · family. 1 room with fireplace, 2 full baths, completely carpeted. 2-car garage. Immaculate throughout. Located In the prettiest of new sub-divisions in West Fork, Valley View III. Will sell at cost. 521-1465 Col. Art McAnarhey Gary Turner Ken Lazenby Bill IJizenby 361-233 521-539« 442-664 442-543 TWO bedroom home, city water, nalura gas, on 1 acre, 2 * miles Norlhweit o Lincoln. 82J.5741. BY OWNER: Tnree bedroom, fence yard, new healing ana air-conditioning Call 521-1393 afler 6 p.m. K WITH A -ELEPHANT? 1202 N. College Sylvia Dan forth Richard L. Maye« O f C. Faucctte Virginia Bowen Joe Backu* Vol Sharp HEAIYTOBS' Oftlct 442-23M Bes, 442-9BS Res. 443-26*9 Res, 442-2277 KtM. 442-6309 Rc«. 442-W47 H.W. 442-J914 Col, Art McAn»rrfty O»ry.Turner Ken Lizenby Bill Lszenby 531-53E* BY.'OWWBn,- New,ithr(« .lieilroom Kouw on on« tart In W«l Vorit. Oooa ttrmi. FhOne riy OWNER: Cuilom contemporary sloni and ced«r on 2 A. Beams and fireplace. KcxKrn Mvlni, niluril ntflnr- ' NEW BRICK $27,500 BF-100. and under construction to be finished soon. 3 large bedrooms 2 rmi bathi. family room with fireplace. Central air, 2 car garage, No belter value. NORTHEAST BEAUTY-$29,500 BF-612 Priced to sell Immediately Is this family rancher with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathi, beamed colling In family room with fireplace. Family style kllchen, double garage, Beady to move v in? WEST OF UpfARK $23,500 BF-625. Perched right In the middle of beautiful trees U this extra large 3 ;bcdroom homo. Over 1800 s], ft. This home can be financed right. CALL 521-1300 Baker- Freeman 1618 N. Collegs 521-1300 r HOOM btdvr iionie In Prtlrle prove, on 2 lots, $14,000, terms can be kmn Phone 417-172-3868, Orinby, MliCTil. VANCOUVER, B.C. (AP) -- Thcro was a grand opening at the Karl Grohs Dcllcalcsson and it netted, $27Z worth of sales In one night.' But Grohs'waa home In bed.' Selling goods at cut-rate prices wore two unkempt burglars who smashed in the,rear door, turned on all the lights at about 2:30 a.m., and offered such bargains as salami at ?1 a foot, Then they closed lip shop, taking the profits with them. Grohs s'ald tha,t when he arrived at the store Saturday morning, h e - f o u n d blood spattered on the floor and celling and around the cash register and two. white coats smeared with blood. He thought thieves had broken in, stolen the miss- Ing stock and line! a fight. It wasn't until later In tho day that he got the full picture, "Customers came in atid asked how come you're staying open 24 hours a day," ho said Monday. "I said It's news Ip me. Then I checked tho cash register and found they had rung up aalci totaling $272. 1 figure the goods they sold at virtually whatever the customers would pay camo to $300, "Customers tell me they liked the bargains but wei'en't Impressed with the tangle haired, )ilgh-smell|ng clerks," The presence of the blood In the store remained unexplained. GOOD. VALUE Three bedrooms, l$fc baths. , Five 'ears -old One owner, Carpeted :ooKtng units, tower level of/Ice utility room. Central heat air. Near elementary school. $16,500. QUALITY HOME Four BH brick.ranch style home on-one acre'shady lot; 1 -Spacious lome with 3300 sq ft under roof 3 baths Family room with fire- lace Den or Stud). Complete kitchen with many .cabinets. Format dining room. CH A. Call 'or, appointment to tee this fine Nites and weekends call: Jan · Henion 521-6E09 Barbetta Biakemore .521-5032 James Freeman 442-4325 Jamei Baker 443-4872 Paulino McKlnney' , . ' « 921-1549 WE WORK HARDER . WE SET RESULTS We can selT your home. FAYETTEVtlLE place heat DUPLEX Cnveatment near, campus. .,4 rooms bath; stove '· refrigerator each side. Steady occupancy. Live In one side rent the other. Call for detail!. NORTH Large 2 BR home -- Extra large, carpeted family room with fire- Separate utility room Ccn Large, shady lot with native stone patio. .Good garden area. Detached shop bldg; "5^% -uitercsl loan can be assumed or owner wll' sell to qualified veteran . under 100% GI loan basis $16,500 FAUCETTE REALTORS ' College'' ;pfflce 442-2335 BY OWNER T.arge 4 bedroom, 3 hill baths, 1-ycar old, On large !?l In nice area close lo Bchooi N.E,. Fireplace, .lane deck- and lols ot extras. Owner 'IcavJng and musl sell.- Call ior appointment, 8 u.m. m Phone 443-4624- FOR SALE 9 .Ranch Drive ' 3 Bedrooms. Z baths,; living and dining room with fireplace, shag crpfit throughout. Modern kitchen Landscaped corner lot; Low St)s, 442-8457 after 7 p.m. Shown by Appointment Only Drug Addict Defends Four Without Degree NEW YORK (AP) - Since January, Charles Ross has successfully defended In four riar- cotics;.court .cases, apparently undaunted by an addiction to heroin and unencumbered by. a law degree, Ross, 36, of Brooklyn, turned himself in Monday after U.S. Ally. Robert A. Morse charged him in a complaint with impersonating a lawyer and contempt of court. He could get five years in prison and a $10,000 fine. U S. Magistrate Max Schift- man acknowledged Ross' legal self-assurance during court arguments last April, then ordered the alleged impostor held in $15,000 ball after Ross admitted he was a drug addict. ' He was discovered after a law clerk for U.S. District Court Judge Jack Weinstein called Ross *a,t?out a .case" 1 and found that no one at the number he gave had ever heard of the man. In addition to winning the four cases; Ross was: said to have entered a plea of guilty on behalf of another client charged with sale and possession of narcotics and won him a five-year probationary term. He has been a self-employed title examiner for the past 15 years anfl the federal government said his legal training was limited to a six-month correspondence course. ?1-Year-Old Woman May Face Charges After Killing Man 4 } hate to" do it," homicide Arthur Beach Beck said MIAMI (AP) -- Seventy-one-! year-old Mattle Dayis faced possible murder charge today after killing a former mental patient who allegedly heat her and then smashed a bottle over her nieqe's head. "I Sgt. Monday after arresting her in connection with the fatal shooting of Edward I, Dukes, 30, who officers said had a long police record. Pukes died Monday less thar 24 hours after Mrs. Davis tolc police she shftt him with a .38 caljber revolver that she ha purchased for self - protection a year ago and had never fired, "You ought to be ashamed,' Mrs. Dayis told Sgt. Beck a she sat in a hospital awaitin, treatment Sunday night whil surgeons struggled to sav Dukes' life. "You policeme should he ashamed for letting man like Dukes out on th street, f hope he dies " Sgi. Beck said he had one arrested · Dukes- on a murde charge in connection with a fa tai shooting during a die game. .Dukes was adjudge criminally insane, treated in slate hospital'for six month and then released. AT ODPS Authorities . w e r e ..' at od Monday night over whethe Mrs. Davis should be charge with murder, Mrs. Davis was arrested on charge of intent to cornm Baker- reeman Saker- Freeman Turn it into Instant Cash with a TIMES Classified Ad .Think abou a small Classified Ad . . . it brings Big Results! Think . about the small investment in a Classified Ad , . . it brings BIG Returns! ' ; You'll find its pretly hard to think of anything that accomplishes so much for , so litfle every day. Classified ads find you a home, a job, a car, the return ''of lost articles and pets; they sell your business, bring you reliable help, rent your apartments . . . And, they can even turn unwanted "While Elephants" into extra cash. Put Classifiod ads to work for you today. Go through your house today and · make 'a list of worthwhile articles and "White Elephanls" you no longer need. Cash buyers are looking for things like out-grown bicycles, toys, baby furniture. When you have your list, dial 442-6242 and ask for classified, a friendly AD-visor will help you turn this list inlo instant cash. CLASSIFIED ADS Bring BIG Results 442-6242 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Weekdays 8 a.m. - 1 2 noon Sot. /Ivia. Danf orth ichard li. Mayea C. Faucette irginla Bower e Backus ol Sharp Res; 442-9935 lies. 443-26OT Res. 442-2271 Res. 442-6305 -Be«. 4*2-6547 Res. 442-8914 1 617 MAPLE DRIVE n Springdale Needs mowim,, cleaning and small -repair. Beautiful trees i-- approx 75x250 lot. Carpeted ··-- fireplace -- A tt, : garage -sep. guest room.... Only j$15,DOO; -Already, mtged- Near shopping, MISSION ST, V/ith-'school * ''rearing 'this Is an Ideal 4 Bdr -- l»,i bath family home, with double fireplace 175250 terraced lawn --'· Kobt School. Widow heeds "smaller home and will-carry own mortgage. THE OSBURN BROKERS HIWAY 6? WEST PHONE 443-44TO lurder Sunday after handing cr pistol lo the first policeman ho arrived at the shooting eerie. She said Dukes came to lha mall, apartment house sho manages, knocked her down on he flopr aijd kicked her m the tomach Several times. She said when her niece, Bea doore, 40, tried to intervene, Jukes smashed a bottle on her orehead and began beating drs. Moore. Mrs. Da^vls told officers sho jot her revolver, chased Dukes nto a. room and fired 1 through, he door, hitting Dukes near the leart. Sgt. Beck said Dukes had 3een .arrested numerous times on aggravated assault, assault and battery and other pffenses. But Beck said it was Dukes' arrest for murder which apparently led to his Teud with Mrs, Davis. LIVED IN BUILDING The detective said Dukes lived In Mrs Davis 1 apartment building when police -were seeking him on the murder charge and someone living in the building alerted police where he was staying. M e a n w h i l e / C r i m i n a l Court Judge Alfonso C. Sepe oideied Mrs, jDavis freed in her own custody. "It's obvious from I h e facts that this 71-year old woman should not spend a day in jail awaiting trial at her age," Judge Sepe said. Co. re are In the business to- sell and hat's what we dol Do you need -3 list? · THIS WEEK FEATURING » F-653. Perfect location Northeast oes with this spotless 3 bedroom, bath Brick home. Central ajr d : heat, 2 car-garage. ^Close to 11 conveniences,- seller moving so his is your golden opportunity to ave money. 618 N. College 521-1300 s or weekends call: 'aultne McKlhney, BarbctU Biakemore . amea Baker · · · · ames Freeman 'an Henson WE WOHK HABDER . , GET RESULTS GREAT SHAPE Seldom ilo qu find a three ·bedrooni -Br,lcJi7^in' immaculate condition ' n e a r Butterfield School ior under $30.000, but we have one for only 527,000001 This beauty has a complete kitchen with separate breakfast area, separate utility. ' room, sparkling bath a half, R llv- in£ : ;^6om that opens to the family room, sliding doors- to, n covered patio with gas grill, .two car. garage with abundant storage, central heat air con- r rfltionln^j drapes · carpets. IT WON'T LAST LONG FOR ONLY $27,000.00. J Call today --. Office : 442-7391. , COMPANY ' REALTORS George W. LewU 142-4753 Mlko n. Walson 442-6711 Hugh Klncald : - 521-6DS4 442-4325 521-6509 THREE. 'Irfilroom brick. I'.S balti for sale, ; 117,500, S[ringda!e, smsU down. Contact Bill Taylor, Center Slrccl, \Vcsl Fork, Ark, Also concrete block home, Very; nice, with r all lunilturo, U3.000, -1 bedrooms unrl Inmlly room, IIOC9 don :Thrce lols. Or-call MarBarel Taylor at 5:30.'».m., 41l-S21l Fayollevllle. Hay font l»rai! "Wfst : Ttork, 1145 a raonth, parlli' furnished, .lo; couple, .no children. OFFERING feat two bedroom home, large lot, garden, attached garage. Lovely Ivlng atmosphere, set Just right or q u i e t - c o m f o r t . $15,500.00. lAZENBY Real Eslals Company 1015 N, Collego - 521-6700 Col. Art McAnarney "iory Turner Ken Lazenby Bill Lnzcnhy 361-2051 521-5399 412-6 MO 442-5430 Jewish Leaders Urged To Remain Neutral In Vote NEW YORK (AP) -- The president of the American Jewish 'Congress has-called-on.-fellow Jewish leaders to remain publicly neutral on the candidates in the November national election. Rabbi Arlhur Hartzberg said in a statement Monday that "the record of both Democratic and Republican presidents and parties shovys no real division" on.the issues of'Israel's defense and sympathy for Soviet Jewry. Neither American Jews nor Israelis would benefit from "members of the Jewish 'establishment' . . . using their offices to declare that one candidate is better for Je\yish interests than another," he said. Last Thursday three prom! nent Jewish Democrats endorsed President Nixon and announced the formation of; a group tentatively entitled "Concerned Citizens tor the Re-election of President Nixon." The three are Dr. Wfil'iam'A'. Wexler, chairman of the World Conference of Je\yish Organizations and'former'president of the ' . I h t e f national B'nai B'rith; Rabbi Hcrschel Sched- ter,.; past, chairman of the American Jewish Conference on Soviet Jewry and the Religious Zionists of America; and Foreign Ministers From 70 Non-Aligned Nations Meet GEORGETOWN, Guyana (AP) -- The conference of foreign ministers of nonaligneb nations opens today for ah attempt to adapt the Third World to the new era of better relations between the major East- West powers. Some 70 governments, mainly New 3 Bedroom Homes Located in Fayelteville and Springdale Harrison Davis Builders 524-4888 FOR SALE By Owner Like new" brick anct frame. 3 bedroom house in nice neighborhood for children. Large yard. (17,000. Call 267-3864 Army Will Make WAC Enlistment More Attractive ·WASHINGTON (AP) -- To attract more enlistees, the Women's Army Corps plans to make its uniforms more stylish and the jobs more mind-challenging. WAC Director Brig. Gen. Rabi Seymour I"Sy, professor Siegel, a theo- at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. . U7 ACRES 7 Boom stonft'house with modern kitchen and bath. Good well, Central boat, 3 ponds. Near Mt. Gayler. 7/10 mile from HI. 71. $35,500. Terms available. Wlnslow. Phone 634-3105 IMMEDIATE POSSESSION on this 2 bedroom den or 3 ·bcdropm home" on Mt. Sequoyah -- I'.i bntlis -- PANORAMIC VIEW -- large trees-- b e a u t i f u l flrrnincl cover-- wood- burning fireplace -- T*ISTED AT ONLY $10,000 -- Make us art offer. Call 413-1316, Hel«n POTHAST REALTY CO. 443-43)6 4U-3I7S FOR SALE BY OWNER 2 Bedroom house, barn, garage, and oMtbulldlnKs. On 12 acres cdRc of clly Hmlte on East 16 S17.5M, ' ···' Phone 442-4072 Sirhan Is Moved From Death Row SAN QUENTIN, Calif. (AP) -- Sirhan B. Sirhan, convicted for the 1968 slaying of Sen. Robert F. Kennedy, has been moved from San Qucnlin's Death Row to the prison's Adjustment Center, cials say. prison ofli- The move, along with thai of eight other prisoners, is part of a program to reclassify all 102 Death Row inmates following a slate Supreme Court ruling in February that the (loath penalty was invalid under the California constitution. Joseph R. O'Brien, prison information officer, said protective measures used in Sfrhan's new confinement area are sufficient so that "he won't come to'harm from other prisoners." ALMOST 3 ACRES Fflyeltevillc Schools Phona 3 bedroom brick home with large ffimliy room In full basement.' Just over 2.4GO sq. ft, over-all. Located . . on H w y . J6 . City water. . . Shown by nripoiiUmcnt, please, CALL HE1NEY REALTY CO. Hwy 16 East General Discussion Mildred C. Bailey said Monday it is part of the over-all plan to use more women .in the military to smooth the way for an all-volunteer Army by next summer. "By bringing in more women," she said, "the Army will be able ,to reduce the number of men required in non-combal jobs." The 13,320 member Corps will be expanded to 15,900 by next June, and by June- 1978 it will be 24,000, the largest since World War II when the Corps was nearly 100,000, said Gen. Bailey: As one enticement, she said, the WAC green uniform will be fashioned to make it more feminine, more comfortable and easier lo keep neat. A pantsuit for work is also being considered, she said. One style that won't be altered is the skirt length. It will stay the same--one inch above or one inch below the knee, "We feel this is a good reason able skirt length for our unt forms," said the 52-ycar-ok general. But no more are WACs sub jected to cloddish old-fashiohe shoes and the World War I style cap. Now they can wear a modern patent-leather shoe ant a black beret. Almost any type of job excep combat will he opened up lo en lislees. The WACs, now mostlj in clerical and administrative posts, will soon take their place alongside men as radar tech nicians, missile - repairmci nnd heavy-equipment operators orn Africa and Asia, are lak- ng part in the four day confer- nee in Guyana, a small Eng- sh speaking nation on the ortheast edge of South Amerca. Guyana Prime Minister Fores 'Burnham, a Socialist, was o make the opening address in, public ceremony, with the remainder of the conference eing held in closed sessions. President Nixon's visits lo 'eking and Moscow, signaling a-end to .long-standing policies f rigid hostility, presented tha onaligncd nations with a situ- lion dramatically different rom what : their .movement aced during its first yeais in lie postwar period. Under the original leadership f Yugoslavia's Marshal .Tito, Egypt's Gamal Abdel Nasser, ndia's Jawaharlal Nehru, and ndonesia's Sukarno, : weaker ounlries sought an alternative o adherence to the major ppw- r blocs. Now this has been argely overtaken by history, nd no clear consensus appears o exist here on what should ake its place. UNITED (AP) NATIONS, N.Y. U.S. Ambassador George Bush met Monday with Secrelary-Gcneral Kurt Wald- hcim. A U.S. source said they had a general discussion of U.N. matters before Waldhclm's trip to Waldheim leaves 442-9236 Wednesday'. Catrice Dies PARIS (AP) -- Andre Cal rice,-70, retired co-publisher t tho newspaper Le Monde, die Saturday at his home In wcsl cm France. One of t i l e nin founders of I.e Monde, Calric specialized In the business sid of the operation and retired 1 1969, Smoke From Pea! Bog Fire Hangs Over Moscow MOSCOW (AP) -- A pall ot lue-gray smoke hung over Moscow today, drifting over the city from burning peat bogs about 75 miles east of the capi- al.. The labor newspaper Trild said the fire covered 2,500 acres in an area where neat logs arc three to 00 feet tleep. The paper said more than 1,000 persons with heavy machinery syere battling the "Insidious ire" but "it said when the blaza was extinguished in one place, .t cropped out somewhere else. There was no indication In the report of casualties : or amount of damage. The area is closed to foreign newsmen. Trud did not pinpoint llm cause of Ihe fire, but said summer heat and lack of rain were contributing factors. Roy Bronnan Dies CHICAGO (AP) - U a y Bren- niin, 64, one of Chicago's legendary newspaper reporters who was once charged with stealing secret congrossloniil testimony, died Sunday of cancer. Hren- nan, a reporter for the Chicago Sun-Times, was Indicted for allegedly stealing testimony «lv- en before tho Senate Crlmo fn. vo.itlgntlng Commuted involving a Chicago police captain. The charges were »ub- scqucnlly dismissed.

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