Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 17, 1976 · Page 12
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12 · Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Satuflfey, April 17, 1976 47--Real Estate--For Sale F-1287 JUST LIKE NEW It you Are looking for a houw wilh 4 bedrcomi under ?0. v« mvM iw Uilsr home. Large don wiih vaulled coiling, big trw.'lcr bcdnxcu and s^tral Kho r v«y · nice features. L3/xlsacpc»i )-.u~d. Oill Jirtict Eavos at 511 ·«« or W2-73H. FREEMAN 52V6300 JOS KM X. WHERE ELSE In Roc* Schrol «w vu find a _ . family 3 bedroom ,2 haih twme wiUi a ' fam-ly rvom nnd )ots (X extras tor oot) JOiW.'JOCL Cat Frarxvs Lonshani for ' THE GREAT AMERICAN DREAM We have a -I bcdnxwi horn* ««4 o town on 5 KT« lor £5,000. Call D»1i Yrfes at SU-7J71 TODAY. UNMATCHED QUALITY This mosl unbrfievable home has even imaginable feature anyone could wa ev*n (It sire, Ttirre b a B S ol nun nvW. many luat-lj' features to #JCT«C [ivtii IKi irenvirtaKe nunsion. %i moS prr«le;ous area. Call Francos fo nwre Information. Priced at 3143.0W, 521-2305 from K-Mar NEW HOMES BISHOP ADDITION : SEVERAL UNDER CONSTRUCTION 3 Bedrooms, a Ton baUu, carpel, wsdier, disposal, electric rinse, ceatra. heal 5D1 air. all brick, fireplace pptlci Drab!* wt-xj piceltd double gaiage. : $28,500 to $31,200 VA' Ixaft--IS'o down pajrnent FHA Loan--Low down paymEol BUTTERFIELD SCHOOL DISTRICT Turn wert at Scotli side o! Drive-In IT: ater, Hti: 71 North. H mile wert IE edditloo. WADE BISHOP -- BUILDER 421-6569 FOR SALE BY PRfVATE PARTY PfoTilaKe S^k acre broiier raodb. 2 stfel inus chicken hoows (32*^375') 11 fcOTnesia or trailer space trith ival wrtUj gas well, :tptic Unfc, tnd all tux ups, Lccaled oo Jhvy. 61 b--twe(n Praia Grove and fanning too. Price 578.000. s«uWe terms- Coll Ron Burns 846-2183 FOR Si!e by O-*nen 13S acres land all [a pennaiwal pastare. mth Ihr pond*. -Near recreation lake. Ore r V-om javed mad. Pfcrae 501/SM2736 ler ~ p.m. l Estate--For Sale IIEDHOOM UlUCK. dm, ts Mcotc Ne Area. fJSOO ti iuinc |oynwilts. l*hc«w 636-ft 47--Real Estat*--for Sol* Legal Notice* IN SWEETBR1AR I new 3 bcdrooins under wwtm in, buy now and cbrose ffini colors, IN LINCOLN acres with 2 bedroom traitor h ood loace. road. Outbuildings. Phone Builder GARLAND SMITH 267-3393 Here's whal -everyone K\s drowned ' o*! Klrtt time «x Ihe market,.* twiuUlu] ^wxl«l acivs i\Tih 3. fniitaslic \^v.Mith 3 large twAwoim. 2 full balhs, »x;-0 fcvtnj; arvA "iih fiivplmv, biu sorvcie lo Icwt ik-w lo HocX ajid Wwlland Jr. i Schools. Cjll as lor Rj'Mnl^c^- RS-3AJ. 720. Sunset Appointed nil of Iho ivbove day e ntaM the vcriflwl. months The underpinned w mlnUtrnlor of I ho csl nniunt decedent on the i3ili April, 1976. All persons ti.ivliiK clnlnii Ag cil.itu must exhibit them, duly 4a the unikirlBn«l within six from tlio tinlo of the flrsl iiulill ot IMv notice, br Ihcy shall be tcrtucr barrvd nnil (irceluikd from fttiy bondlt In I h c Oilnlo. .^ · This nallco f It-it . published IT day or April, 1976. Clinrfcs D. McNcnl Administrator C-O Ptitmnn. ll.ivls 1 H.wcU . P. O. UO.Y J77, Ftoyeilcville, All 2Tc 17-21 .000 broilers, ICO arws. Brrit^ hou . Insulated, aU aulotrulte, 1 bod- and bath home vvilh hivtfac?- 23^ and owner carry bainnca at 6^ lerett. Call Marie, 2S7-3319 PC ojfie*. Broilers. 10 acres. I steel Imss. all rvs all or*n- 7 r« nl homo, 18Y5 sq. (i. heated spacv, s! vllar under houw. M-vW II. wcod « ng shop and gara^o with torts. HOUH- ' re. 1W7 F«d pickup. calves. Just move , 367-32LQ or off fee. OLETA CAMPBELL CLEAR CREEK VALLEY HILLS beautifully carried. 3 IIH., 2 baths. Large livit!R-ki1 chco aw a vvWJi huco ·6 stone firerface th^t ii*'S 30 f«4 a b«inicJ ca1 hcdnil coding. Krtchon has Forgo«is nll-isixxl cabinets cwnirfd Ojminjj ran?e. Lartfe iwntry, plc-nly torage, and Ihive sn-TdecVs that to/rain. \ · million miles . yci, less than 13 iiiTV to city. STRETCH-OUT In this 2 level, 2300 sq. ft. (w rtace. l^rge lot with mature shade ' . t o qualified GI. Price NOTICE IN TUB ritOHATE COUIIT OF WASHINGTON QOUSTY. ARKANSAS IX T H E MATTER OF THK ESTATE LEO AL01S1US EXUEUV. SH-. N'n P-7fi 61 Last known nctilress ot decedent: 607 Tticuiss, Siuingil.tlo, Arkansas 727SI D.ile of dOAlh: December 13, 1375. il'nUtralor ot the estate oMhe above- anted decedent on the 2nd day nl April, 1976. : All person's having claims against Ihc citate must exhibit them, duly verified. Ihe undersigned within sis months ni Ihe dale o! (ho first publication this tirilice. or Ihey shall be forever ·red and precluded from any benelll to (lie estnlc, Tnls notice tint published 17 day of April, 1976. Loo Al Etifieln, 111 C-O Murphy, Carlisle i Taylor Attorneys al Law 118 We*t Center FajeKcville. Arkansas 72701 2Tc 17.21 TERRIFIC INVESTMENT POTENTIAL ?is ludi, 50-acre (arm is just 10 m^n. om UoEA ejmpus. Has 1ER., brick home has 3 baths. ^Un:cu^led surrwir.d. ns* .Excellent tarn art! rorral faci- Xies rriafce this spread Ideal for a great sttJe raiidiing opcralioa. Call George ·aucctle, Jr. i«31-7c09, or Olflco- FATTCETTE MULTIPLE 'LISTING SERMCE 1^03 N. COLLEGE OFI1CE 442-5331 163 A. MOUNTAIN TOP RANCH 1W Acres open pailure -- Balacc* «'» ai,d -- 5 poMis. Pri^'ste roa A-uo s M setting. Unusval \1«v from « o! tte highest pxnts in Madisun Oo. Ed'Torbefl Land Brokers 443-4541 or 521-2855 QUALITY IS EVIDENT This beautiful all brick homo Is located in .overs;**! l«t. 3 RR-. and 21^ baths. FaniSy r«im wilh fireplace. Fornal dining room, Owilral heat nir, 1'Iush' carpdtng'' throughout. SM ihis NEAR UNIVERSITY Sics*. older, 4 b?dnxim, 1 bath home. Carpeted living room and rnasler twd- rcom. I*arge. kitchen \vilh pant 13*. Iral heat and ai r. Lovely garden ; Price enty S22,0t». A BEAUTY IN SPRINGDALE ^cul3Ce, 3 BR., brick bome inlti 2 s, double parago, and chain link 'enccd yard In the w«d part o[ or only 5JI.MO. You u-ij! *suo - Ihfl clfi- tency and beauty or the IritchOT. the adjoining larffe utility urea, aixi dtK*lc gnrage. Voo will be surprised and pleawd at the £pac!iU£ncS5 of the bedrooms ArA bathrooms ot this lynne,? CHOICE LOT Large !(X in BuUerfidd, School District wtth (dbow room. On deadend sirret. Orfy 15:000. GOOD SPACE VALUE 3BR., 2 bali horn dias 2100 sq. O. o! *-mS space. Huge family rwim ^^-ith fireplace. ArtdiUonal room oou!d ba'util- litd as -llh BR., office, or sludj*. Comer ' wiht fenced backj-ard. Price J31.9CO. FAUCETTE SUNDAYS ON YOUR OWN DECK UTilb! your husband «aliis to the g course from tbis beautiful ntw thi bedroom two balh conlemporary hoi wilh c-Xlra quality in or.e of Fayettc- i's mast popular r.eif additions. ~ open living area -,vilh cathedral native wcyne fireplace, fully ilom drapes, thermrpanc huilt^n Rppliances, Bobs ol Morage, ex* tensive landscaping and red cedir pnvary fence in Svieetbnar Addition for ooly W7.5CO. Call 521.1:^ Bobbye Halbroofc Sylvia Danfcrth G. C. Faurette Virginia Bosvera Cathy Hoj'd llcfaanJ ^laycs Jusl the jacket you need t top your smart fashions 1 . Sec-thru pineapple design SleeveSj yoke dramatize jacket. Crochet in one piec from neck down, of cotton synthetic fingering yarn. Pa lern 573: sizes 10-16 includ. 51.00 For each pattern, Ada cents each pattern for firs crass airmail and handlin; *Send to: Laura Wheeler Needlecraft Dcpt. 450 Northwest Arkansas TIMES Box 161, Old Chelsea Sta., Ne York, NY 10011. Print Nam Address, Zip, Pattern Number NEW! 200 designs lo kni crochet, quill, sew. plus FRKB inside NEW 13 NEEDLECRAFT CATAI.OC Send ?o cents- . Crochet with Squares SI Crochet a Wardrobe SI Nifty Fifty Quilts SI Ripple Crochet r SI Sc(v plus Knit Book SI Needlejioint Book SI.01 Flower Crochet SI.00 Hairpin Crochet Hook ... .$1.00 Instant Crochet Book Sl.OO Instat Money Book Sl.OO Instant Afacramo nook --$1.00 Complete Gift nook $1.00 Complete Afghans No. H Sl.OO !2 Prize Afghans No. 12 SO cents Book of 1C Quilts No. 1 .50 cents Museum Quilt Rook No. 2 50 cents 15 Quills for Today No. 3 .. .50 Book of 16 Jiffy Rugs . 50 cents Printed Pattern . Bes. 41J 3659 - Hes. «2-*517 Res. 521 !M5 $33,000.00 ·droom, 2 bath borne in a very nice - Fireplace, complete built in kit- i, central heat ar.d air, 2 Mr Ea:. CaU for appointment. Jlifce R. Watson, 321-9696, 442-6711. Humphrey's Introduction Is Problem WASHINGTON CAP) -- How \o you introduce Hubert H. lumphrcy to an aiiclictice? That lias become one of Wash- ngton's most perplexing, if east' important, problems. Eugene C. Patterson of t h e St. Petersburg, Fla., Times, led it Uiis way on WcdnesJay: "Our speaker today," lie told the American Society of Newspaper Editors, "is a former vice president, was the mayor of Minneapolis at one time, is a former presidential nominee, a leading senator, a happy warrior, and we can't rudely disregard his insistence that he isn't running for anything." Humphrey, who says he is not a candidate for anything but another .six years in the Senate, was then questioned b an ASNE panel. He said he didn't know why, as a non-candidate, he was vis- Uing the editors, who represent newspapers , from all over the country, except that "someone sent me an invitation and I'm a creature of habit." · , There was the inevitable question on whether his decision not to allow his name to be entered in any presidential pri- H U i O N A L NOAA, U.S. D»pi. ol Showers And Thunderstorms Judge Asked To Declare Selection Unconstitutional JONKSBOKO, Ark. C At ) -- Crnifjhenil County's Democratic Committee met Friday to consider (lie iirofolem of C. 1 B, Ir- wiu of ParafiouJd, a prospective cuiuliclatc for cbiinccry judge lose filing fee check bounced. The $100 filing fee check'was relumed Friday to Bill Pctiix ot Jonosboro, committee secretary, stamped "insufficient' funds'." . ' ' I r w i t i . returned to Jonesboro- Friday to oEIer. his explanation; and a good cheek in order tor keep his name on Hie ballot. The problem, -, however, according to Pcnix, is that legally; Ihc county muy 'not be able to accept the check; According lo' Peni.v, a 1U52 Arkansas"Supreme CourL ruling- said that filing fees, could not be accepted * after . the f i l i n g deadline had passed. The Craighead County Democratic Committee unanimously voted Friday lo'turit the mcilter over to 'state';'Democratic party fttcinls. "Crarg "Douglass of i^iillc Rock; the parly's executive secretary, said he would contact tbc party's counsel untl reach a decision by Monday. -The other · candidate in the race for chancellor is Howard Tcmpleton, a Joneshoro lawyer. Invin currently is serving aa mn'nicipal judge. - · Irwin couldn't be reached for commeht Friday. Pcnix said, the fund ·.deficiency developed when Irwin discovered he was mibsuig some checks :and closed his account to prevent loss, not realizing the Craighead County check hadn't cleared. Showers, and nrc developing liiniderstorms iti Arkansas' (oilay mid siircatlhig . . over state (oniglil a n d - S u n d a y , Lo- cnlly heavy, rains possible. Rain is. predicted lor an area extending f r o m - the Gulf to the Great Lakes. Showers arc seen for (be norlbern Plains, Tt 'will he Warm in lite Southeast ami cool in Ibc northern Plains. (AP Wiretihotfl) Jim Backus Says The Voice Oi Mr. Magoo 25 This Year By JAY SHARBUTT NEW. YORK (AP). -- Magoo4ike chuckle -: "shout Its RELAX lia large covered patio ot this roomy .. srfronm home stloaicd «i a large (A UOO'xaOQ'). located jiiit off Hwy. 16 Ea «i ALally Wagnon TUxad. Extra large baihroom. Living room, bedrooms and utility room are carpeltd, Breaklast bar rates kitchen and large riming area e is pancitd /or easy maintenance. Bulllin oven fc range. CezvlraJ heat. Fireplace. Window AC. ixg pen with wwv- cr«e slab k wpuc tAnk. Back yard. Is iced with "chain link t woven vine Lh 1" · mesti ponHry \\ire. For appont- mcnl CAU, HEINEY REALTY CO. mary vas final. "That's my present judgment," said Humphrey. "Could it change before . . ." began the questioner, William Eaton of the Chicago Daily News. The audience roared. Humphrey repeated, "That' is my preseiit judgment." "In the nest two weeks? How long do you think it will be in the 'present,'" Humphrey was asked. "Most of the time, I imag' Hwy. 16 Host 442-9236 Northwest Arkansas' finest country liv- ng. « acres. Over 3,000 «i. (U home. Formal living and drrjng room, Oniral entral intercom system. , , . _ builriing. 6 stall Pwrs tack room. 3 spring ftd accktd fates. . "You thinking it over?" ' " hard to realize that Mr. Magoo, the near-srghted, c'rochety jlrl man of films and TV fanv turned 25 this year. But, tiy George, Waldo, that's how old [he voice of Magoo says Jiie lan Is. The voice, now 63, belongs lo actor Jim -Backus. He was on t h e ' E a s t Coast Ihis week wi*n his wife Lo sec a Broadway play and partake of the waters with an actor friend,'a guy by the name of Richard Burton. Resplendent in a h!ue blazer, Buckus sat down for an inter- new in his hotel's dining room^ after cheerfully grumbling he'd 1 misplaced his glasses und was making do with an old spare set. "That's the last time I make okcs about Magoo," he said, i squinling ahout in a m a n n e r 1 not unlike the carloon character he made famous. He was asked how said character c a t n c i about. "Magoo came out of a yearn- [ ing to eat," he staid. He said the Magoo voice stemmed from when he was a radio actor and Error Made LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- A typographical error made it up pear, ihat the Northeast Arkansas Citizens Committee peti tioned to intervene in a rate case in which it said it already had been allowed to intervene, Friday. said ' ' N o t particularly," Humphrey, He explained lhat never finite in politics, "but I'm :he performers' union decided to let aclors one role show. play more than the same radio, Five Bodies Found In Fire IIARUISBURG, Ark. (AP) -^ Authorities identified late Fri- 1 day the bodies ol five persona who were killed when fire gutted a wood-frame house near here. They were: Jack GuEfey, 39, Wanda Brecheen Ncal, 28, an4 her three children, Janice'Rose Brecheen, Q, Tfcinmy Lynn.Bre- qheen, 7, ;uid Michael Doyle Biechucn. 5., · ' The bodies, which were badly charred, had been sent to-the stato Medical Examiner's pr- fice in Little Rock for identification. Harrisburg Police Chief Wayne King said a neighbor reported hearing an explosion early Friday morning and seeing a 1 fire at the house. Firemen said the entire four- room house was en-gulfed in flames when they arrived, and · they were.not 'able to look inside for the occupants. The heat was so intense thvit they (firemen) 1 couldn't get close (o the house to see if any- mie was inside," King said. The" bodies were found several hours later when author' itEes shifted through the debris. Authorities said · the house was rented hy Guffey and lha Neal wornan and her three children ulso lived there. Poinsctt County Sheriff Je- raid Crawford said the causn of the fire - was under investigation..He speculated that it may have been started by an explosion in « camping stove that u ib found in the kitchen. He said "Ihe woman's body bedroom Tvn littf.TM. fi an .orViflop. Dotibli ... ._. ·(£, Storage building and garage. Krlra nice. Lake hcnno, Boaver SJiftrp.s. 3 bfdroom carport, largo iiorch ry nf«!. Slj,4GO, lot, Beaver Shor*«. te acre IcX in Ramlx) Riveiia f Call Bill Bury in 521-1668 WALTER GRAY AGENCY, INC. Complete Real Estate Service Siloam Springs Make everybody turn around and look twice fit you in tbis simple yet sophisticated shap 1 ing. Bias front is ideal foil for bold stripes, solid colors. Printed Pattern 4554: Misses' Sizes 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 13. Siae (bust 33) long dress 51A yards 60-inch fabric. 51.00 for each pattern. Add 35 cents for each pattern for first- class a i r m a i l end handling. Send to: A n n e Adams Pattern Rept. 438 Northwest Arkansas TIMES 243 West 17 St. New York, NY 10011. Print NAME. ADDRESS, ZIP, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. Get a $1.00 pattern free -choose it from NEW SPRINGS U M M E R CATALOG- Packed with hundreds of great sun, sport, city, (ravel styles. Send 75 cents for Catalog Now- Sew plus Knit Book $1.25 Inslunl Money Crafts $1.00 Instant Sewing Book $1.00 IT YOU WAST A 137.KO-J43.0W 1757 RIOUX ST. s yoa ov s you iviuld mant; lifipij cu-Mom eabl . fireplace, cdficdral pTace. cathedral hy DarroH. CORNER OP SIOUX fr ITHEttOKR 1 R R . covered port*, carpdt-A, all Ruy nnr pi'k your own coto .,. our homos hy CumnH hy during I flay, or call builder. MELTON HOMES In.slant Fashion Book .$1.00 442-2826 521-3895 tedrown, with M-pArato Airf.nst In ILstv.d ar«a. Ponvtniff.t to srfiixJi sV.pp!rJ5 crtHors. Iturry! Wwi'l Legal Notices Iff THK P R O R A T R COURT WASHINGTON T O U N T V , A R K A N /N TlfE MATTKn OF THK F.STATE or MARTHA SUFI McNFIAI.. ricccfltcd , c ol rkalh: FebruarF l ft , IWI a political man and I know the pressures that are brought to bear on you and I don't expccl to yield." Humphrey was asked his fee ing about a Democratic convention start with no clear favorite. He said unless something startling happens in the upcoming Pennsylvania primary, none of Ihe candidates \\ouid sew up tbc nomination Irom the start. He said, "I feel perfectly ca- pahle physically, emotionally, mentally and politically of conducting a major campaign iE 1 needed to do so. The question Is clo I want lo do so and it isn't because of any physical condition, You go up to the Scnalc and lake a look at what you got up Eherc and take a look at me. I'll take 'cm on." And about lhat Humphrey for President Committee reported to be operating? "I don't know of any committee, I've authorized no committee. . .nor has anybody been authorized lo speak for me, solicit for mo. lalk for me. or emhracc for me. Period," Humphrey said. "I'll do all lhat for my self." * Luncheon Sponsored The annual Employer Luncheon sponsored by Ihu Coopera Eive Office Education (COE] class al Fayelteville High ' School will be held at noon April 22 in the banquet room of Wyalt's Cafeteria. Among the honorccs will be · Charles Conrad, head of the ; accounting department of the TIMKS who was the mos recent recipient of the monlhlj awarrL 1 l- " ' VglOtf/ %. CARPET and FURr JP $fj " l^r^^^m-'n Although he started as one of ,he wild chaiUclers on the late irrcd Allen's radio show, Backus, a graduate of the American Academy, of Dramatic Arts, was doing serious roles at the time. To improve his chances oh ;he , actors' market, he developed a funny voice for comedy parts. It began as the sort of leariy harrumpning one hears amoTtg bu s in essm en who commute liere each day hy train from Upper Suburbia. "Then I started doing it as a routine at parlies," he said. "I called it The Alan in the Club Car.' As my wife says, it was a character I did just before 1 put on the lampshade and she called the cah." He said he first tried the new voice on the ttir during Edgar Bcrgen's radio show in the late 1940s, But he said the charac er wasn't called Magoo then, nor ilitl it .hear thai nnmo in the first Magoo film short. Backus, who'd been do ng well in serious and comic roles in movies at Ihc time, stud Jerry Hausncr, a fellow actor, suggested he use the weird voice n a new cartoon heing planned The cartoon -was "The Musical Rear," he said. It concerned a college kid namet Waldo (H'ausncr was Waldo's voice) who was taking his rich, crochcty, near-sighted old uncle on a skiing trip, ' Waldo, not the Ihen-unnamet uncle, was the slar, Backus recalled., "It was an overnight scnsp tion in the theaters," he nddctl "I don't know with who, the usher or somebody. .1 never heard anyone running out of the theater" -- he cmilted SAVE NOW wllh ULTRA STEAM ·HTURE CLEANING fifty ilifl thJnx Ko«m and Hall 8 earn Sleantd and Heodoriieil 'V'S^jy'ii/^^Ul CALL NOW $19.95 i: i^WJ^A', ^' ph 5ji -3 $j 0 HV: ,1 Going Like Hotcdkes Miss Martha Clarke of Cnlinii- appeared Tucsdiiy for Ihc first ms, Ohio li olds a hnnilEul of lime in a decade ami bunks £2 hills afler shci purchased a repnrltid (Tie new money I3-cenl stamp at the Post Qf- s conned In be nn instant Int. lice, pasted it nn lEie liill and (AP Wiveiihnlo) il cancelled. The $2 hill -he 'other bodies were found. in .lie bedroom area. EVEREST 4 JENN1NG3 WHEELCHAIRS VVi fOtDS TO 10" ,t£i HENTALS t SAIU ^SpS' FayellevllleDraK E. Side Square UVtM BEHOLD THE LAMB OF GOD 1 WITH 1 EVANGELIST R. E. STRANGE of Alexandria, La. · H -- You Feel Lost or Confused tf -- You Are Tired of Dead Religion -- Sick, Diseased or Suffering in Body -- Your Soul Is Crying Out for More ( of God -- Hungry for the "Pure Word of God" · -- You Love Holiness ond the Name of Jesus Then turn aside for these three nights for the hearing of the Holy Word of God preached with power and authority, God confirming His Word. APRIL 19, 20 and 21 7:30 NIGHTLY RAMAY JR. HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM

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