Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 18, 1976 · Page 29
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47--R«al Estate--For Sale -n-263) Very atlnn home located at 372 B, Ha!: afieTwm, ce/Hral heal all . dr.ipes, bcjutilul s .-privacy--Fayellcvlllc ';todiyE 3 BDR. BRICK -ASBELL R-aZ» located Ju« ' [[*«· residential aiva, A very comlortaWg home with carppiing. centra) aHr-lrts of slDragc, and well kept (CJKHX! Iain). Priced, at only (23,500 PRICE REDUCED (n-WG) S1B.IOO-WUI buy this larfffl 2 Bdr. home on approx^ M acres. 1/x-ated just . 2,BlJ«r. oU Ca1o Spmixs Kd, Call (or appointment today. Call Ann 5Q1-91U . office. $15,5001 (El-2.17) This house is in the peri location tor students. younj{ rnarrief couple or a retired cxwp!c. 2 Udrs,, or large 73'xav M. nl (he West cdec day. Ml-am 1 or olfice. FARMINGTON 3 BDR. HOME HI-26IJ Th:s nice home Is en a largo Kinit-r lot with chain link fenced back yard. Kitchen has bu'dl-ln dishu-asher «nd range. DouWe carport, M.S of stor- aye. Asbcll Schools. A real buy for only IL9.900.M- PRAIRIE GROVE- LARGE 2 BDR. HOME (H-M!) This nice older home sits m a laific lot vrilh lots ol trees iind a grcflt jnrden spot. Fully carpclcrt, cenlral heal WiJJT, airKxmdi ioner, drapes, huRc lii-in* room and B'\12' storage buildinp, Lo fR(ed at L!2 5. Summiu St. $18,500. - HOME W I T H AN INCOME! (R-Siin Only 3 ml. (rom FaycltG^lle )T n"lwauU[ul counlri'r fceUIng, ThJs, nice : Jtyfl brick and [rnnv hom« has a Jot lo nftftr4rarpel I tip drapes central h cat '·TJil^ 1 W^'^ced paUo. and a dotaclitk doiujle garage wilh a 3 room upartmonl otftrhead' that rcnls for 4100 a mo. or Pwect for your college *tudeot^ 'AH lhls"-»r,d 1 acre ol good level land arvd h^iSli/iiI landicapins fo'r ONTA'!! I !32. 000" r Sale SSING EALTY' 7-3200 busy 7-3337 3. Famtlngon Bus. 267-3200 Res. 8W23L5 W1-01I 21-0164 643-24 » V HOME IWr., Brick ilitori in Far- 0, 7'xStt' stor- atr, ranwilnE, with Ints ol S. JJ7.GOO. Cbl! 3OL ·y. 62 \V, In B 47-- Real Estate--For Sa|« ·1 HKOltOOM. 1V1 halh, large living mom. 'L" shape kiU'hcn and rllnlnc area, wells Ixjth v.ilh now Liumitt, tniai! barf, all fenced, wilh 410 le«t plus paved mad [ unUuc. Alout 15 milns Irom t'ay. Mid 20'S. Call 133aii after 5. INVESTMENT InvcflmciX or reUrcmeM. 2 tin . 1 Family home, NW scrtlon of dly. l»l lOO'xLW. Good snider nre.i. Present Income from icsnlaL $115 per nwnlh. Call llay Huni-h lo · sce-£2M(l5, or office. 80 ACRES On Rood country road. One pood field fn permanent pasture, ecvcral old fields. SprinjT (cd paid plus anolhcr ytMr- around sprtnc. Small stand of pjre tre«, real In hardwfxids. Telephone electricity, 17 males Inm Faj'dloville-- 16 un pavement, Call Virginia Bowers «2- 0305 or olfiM. $17,500 WITH GARDEN New chain link 'fence will protect your Harden «W1c 'you enjoy going barefoot on the new carpels In the targe living iwra kitchen of this spotless two bedroom h'jmc. Coll Bobbjp Halhrook IndAj 1 for an aprointntwrt- -413 2227, or oIHce. 47-- Real Estate-- For Sah NEW HOMES BISHOP ADDITION SEVERAL UNDER CONSTRUCTION 3 Hedfooms, 7 full balhs, carrel, dUh- washcr. dlspowl, electric range, central ieil and air, all brick, (irc^latc cptlonaL Tlouble wood par fled doutl« garage, $28,500 to $31,200 VA Loan-- No d»v.n paymcpl FHA Loau-l/»w donn pajTuenl BUITERFIELD SCHOOL DISTRICT TXiin west at South rtdc'of Drive-In TTie atr. Hwy. 71 North. W mile v«sl Into addition. 47-- ReaLEstafe-- For-Saf« CLEAR CREEK VALLEY HILLS I'racticnlly new. CYrtnr contemporary onie INI J.C acres. Only 7 inontiis o!d, koauUtuliy rarpclc'd, 3 till., 2 baths. virije Li vliiR -kiii-hen area Viith hu^c naive itttie H re] -Iai.0 thai ]i«?S 20 feel o a ' liMitlcd calhcdral «l!iiig. KitchPn hns Eorcernis all VMXX! rabin*Ui com^clc vith Oanvns ranK«. IxirEc pjiitry, rlwily ot srtorsijW, ar,d thrc; junrlcckj that overtook iSc wo:Mlcd, Slupinx iL'iraln. A mfllfwi miles way, jet, lets than 15 min. lo city. STRETCH-OUT In this 2 lev ti. 2300 wj. Jl. homo. Flic- place. IJTEC IM. with maiure 5hadp ,reci. 1007., ,kun lo quali£icd CI. Price only $21,500. QUALITY IS EVIDENT Thii tx-auUrul aU brick home Is located on nn ore rs ryl Iw . 3 HH., and 2^ br-ilhs. FainUy ronm with (ircpl^ce, Fornal dining room. Central heal it air. Plush carpr-llns ihrougtioul. St« Oils NEAR UNIVERSITY 47-- ReaT Eslafc-- For Sale IF YOU* WANT A QUALITY IIOME- YOU WANT A MELTON HOME!, 137,000-- JK.OW 1757 SJOUX ST. Iras you cou!J manli fuc place, c*lhcdra1 (ra^ you Lwutd m^nt; fireplace, cathedral canines, custom cablets by DarrclL CORNER OK SIOUX A: CJtRROKKK 3 Bit. cos'caed jwrrfi , t'aiiwled . all extras. 31uy nuvv i ji:vk ytjur 'own ujiois. .Sco our hnmps hy (Jom'nE by daring thn tlai\ or call builder. MELTON HOMES 442-2826 521-3895 FOR Sate by O-.^iicr: 135 acrts valley land all In permanent pasture. Wilh three ponds. Near recreation lake. One mile worn paved road. I'hon* 50i/BW-2i35 «f 3 BEDROOM nillCK. den. pMlo. 2 BCIM M'mlB Ne Aiea. J3£M cnuiiy arvd assume payments. I'horc 36-9CW. Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Sunday, April 18, 1976 · 90 FAVF-TTEVIU.K. ARKANSAS Televised May 17 'Rich Man f Poor Man r Sweeps Emmys FATTCETTE 120Z N. COLLEGE OFFICE W2-5351 WADE BISHOP -521-6569 "End BUILDER lo End" tjualily and £o nuny tU extras lo oircr Tor Lhfi Nice, older. Carpeted lii 4 bedroom, i balh home. VETERANS! 8^% INTEREST- NO 'DOWN PAYMENT A- Dorwri payment- FIIA A: ccnven i the; lional oc.itctl In Requoyah Wofds. The.w t bwlroom. 2 full bath homes ace slnicted by OUia Harris. Thoy i Kih a formal IMrg room and family room uilti lira place OR wnj Inr^e linng iiea with fireplace. Pos.session immcril He -- priced J n mid 30's. Call Vernon Timer a3L-GfilI. nighUi 331-3667. H-237-233 PRICED TO SELLI In the low 30'6. Tastefully decorated lhr« berlroom. 2 baih hnrnr: located oi Lira Lane. This home has over 135* 1. fl. of healed und cooled space, a'nt ; shuatcd cia a v newly laTid.scapel yani a a iuicl sii*el. Call today Jo Antir ^anberri' 531-6611. nights 412M33. R 30 Lindsey I .65 O price ol £47,500. l-o- oatod in the Svrcd- prox. ft acre. Fca- vilh fiicplacu, formai chsn, 2 full balhs. boaullCu] sculpture shag varpet. c-usi drapes. l!nng j- chpckt)oo)i, you'll iv to buy it. Call .Polly Bell V51-YS52. 200 E. Popla Fayetteville kitthcd with pantry, j Ira I hoal and ai r. Lovely sardwi arc; Price only $£,000. A BEAUTY IN SPRINGDALE Imniaculale, 3 nil,, brick" home v-ilh ; halh.'s. douWp |fa.ra E* 1 . ard chain linl fenced yard In the west part o( tvvn tor only 5W.OW. You wj) «ijoy the cIH leney and bcnuiy ol the fciu*en. the dSoining large utility atea. and duoble inrApe, You \\ill be surprised and rlea.scd at tho spaciousness of the bedrooms and bathrooms of Oils homc.7 La«i Ordy H.COO. CHOICE tot in LOT IN SWEETBRIAR brfek home, 3 IN LINCOLN 3 acres with ! bodroon trailer house Good tone*. Pond. Outbuildings. Phone Builder GARLAND SMITH 267-3393 GOOD SPACE VALUE Jot whl [cnc*d backyard. Pri Associates Prescription for Pleasure OH 16 West. 3 bed mom, tfeclrir kitchen Q lireiiaoes, doubli I'aoy ivith y« acreage- For pointment rail Steed 321-MS3 c Bell 751-7530. 200 E.";Pb|lar-.' - FayeHeVTlle "Developers of. Hylond Park'" J. W, Gabcl Vernon Tar%-« B. L. Lewis Jo" Anne Slan Hal Modlin H i r a m llrfiolt 521-3900 BUILT FOR COMFORT! Legal Notices lMNti ORDER EH6-337 ery Court of \V Jimmy D. Bradley. Defendant The defendant Is earned lo appear 1n Ihls court vvilhin thirty days and ansTi-cr the cunipliilnt of ihe Plaintiff in (lie above entitled cause. Witness my hntid nnd jesl of this court this mh clay ol April. 1976. (Seal) Hobbyc ITalbrook Sylvia DanfoMh G. C. Faucelle Virfiinla Bowers Cathi- Bojd Hichaid Mayes Joa Backus Flay Bunch , two balh, 2 6(013' · 521-6611, nights 521- t5 acres «r*a 11 Priced OivTjors rf\ dEBlpSsjK ; 'JJ ll--H MCSJ - 1 . i:ls;^^i£.:*:sS.?« 521-3900 WHERE ELSE In KoDl School ' can jwi find a family 3 bedroom ,2 baih home « fanvly room and .lots fit extra* foi THE "GREAT - AMERICAN DREAM ' We have a 4 bedroom home east ol town on. 5 aoreji for J25.000, Call Dojle Yates at 521-7473 TODAY. UNMATCHED. QUALITY Thii most unbcllevAble home has every Imaginable tealure artj-onc could want or even desire., Triere is a Li*t ol many ( rruay. many quality features to rxpect from thl sremarkable mansion, in most prestigious area. Cal! Frances i more informal Ion. Priced at 3143,000. BRAND NEW! These three houses have just been com pleted ttxl are ready for you. Close to srjicuis and shoppin?. they conlain ove-i i:so sq. ft. «ilh ihrrc bedrooms and twi) batlis. PBICED BIGHT--in the m:c M's. Call Vemon Tan'er 53I-E611. nighLs 521-3667." R 2X. Lindsey Res. 521-7539 Res. 443-2227 Res. 41Z-KW5 Res. 412-2277 Res. «£ Res. 521-5971 Her. 443-2669 Res. 4«*M7 Res. S2I-4W; Aim r tltai ·cry Cterk By 11011 THOMAS LOS ANGELES ( A P ) -"Rich Man, Poor Man," the miniseries about two brothers v i t h conHicting fortunes, scored a sweeping victory with !3 Emmy nominations from the Television Academy. "Eleanor und Franklin," tht ABC film about Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt, was nominated for 1C Emmys. Among the \vckl y series. "M-A-S-H 1 ' placed first with 11 mentions, followed by "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" v/ith 10. Lee Grant, who won a sup porting Oscar for "Shampoo," was nominated as star of comedy .series for the short- running "Fay." Her com pcttlors arc Ehe familiar stars of CBS situation comedies: Beatrice Arthur · of "Maude, 1 Valerie Harper of "Rhocla, 1 Ihiry" Tyler Moore* and Cloris Lcachman of "Phyllis." The nominees for lea'I acioi in a comedy series were Jacl Albertson of "Chico and Man." Hal Linden of "Darncy Miller." Alan Alda of 'M-A-S H" and Henry Winkler "Happy Dny5." The nominees Eor fouling ac Ire55 in a dramatic series in eluded two with canceled show -- Anne Meara of "Kat McShane" and Brenda Vacear f "Sara." Also named wer Dickinson of "Polic Vomun" and Michael Learne of "The Wallons." Familiar gumshoes appear a TO: ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN AND Rlctiard Henry Meine (Kalhe nominees for lead actor in rfra niatic series -- Peter Falk i Maiden San Fra nimproved land in h over V\ mile o( roid l 410. DOU with" good lor Paula Kay Mclnc {nifllhvr OF: Danny Allen Mrinc · W A R N I N G ORI)t Tafce notice lhat un ihe February, 197C a pelftion i li-a Nell Gunn ArVansa; \ i c e s in die Juvenile Wash in gf on County l» h av Ichilrt) named Danny ; "iiruil a tk[iBndenl ctillrt from you Ihe custody rind o( said Danny Allen Melni point far him i 5 ran he your pain! Horn* iu rocd on M L- Gaylor, 71uJIrJ you r oivn £· placement on this three and a hal I iprw ovrrlnokinE one. of (ho prrti tews hi Ihl Bcijtcm -Mis, H.ive found a- irsi, Exuemenl, drivcwAj', concrete walk ind rlnllerl well lo start,Mlth! $9300. Hogeye Road k spring or less cHor nxid fmnlagft ha jscverjlhi n(! ; hits, rocks, mrj In , 'Colombo," Karl isan Blakely. Edward Asncr. better known s the g r u f f news director of Mary Tyler Moore was nominated as lead appearance The iicw," ctor or his role as tile embittered, rippled hither in "Rich Mai, oor Man." Also nominated in supporting atcgories were Ray MillamJ, iobert Reed, Dorothy McGuire, Darby, Fionnuala Flana- and Kay Lcnz from the ovel dramatiixilion. A-sner was also nominated as upporting actor in "The Mar "ylcr Moore Show," as was 'fid Knight. aliens for its three leads -- i ABC, which has overtaken ick Nolle, Peter Sli^iuss and!the ratings race late in the sett- son, finished a shade behind CBS in the nomination totals. The scores: CBS HO, ABC 109, NBC 77, PBS Iia and syndicated shows eight. The awards for nighttime . programming will be telecast on ABC MondUy, May 17. : But because of a balloting i n i x u p , such stars as Carroll O'Connor, Jean Stapleton, Robert Blake, Susan St. James and the entire casts of the 'Tha JcEfcrsons" and "The D u m p lings" were left off the'prelimi- nary list from which the nominees lire selected. In a)!,'lh£ names of 50 actors, producers a n d directors w e r e left off the ballots. "It's a public relations disaster," said Larry Stewart, c h a i r m a n of the academy's awards committee. Robert. F. Lewine, academy president said, "A year doesn't go by lhat this controversy doesn't come from .scr/neone, somewhere, someplace." Lewine said part of the fault may lie with the pertorm^rs themselves. He explained that the academy -mails self-addressed cards to thoiisanns of members at the start of Iha year, giving thpm the opportunity to nominate themselves for Emmy if they arc eligible. Language Workshop Held At UA Increasing enrollments foreigti and mot ivaling students lo continue studies in foreign languages was ;Iic main topic disucssed during a mini Streets of Jumes Garner in "The 'The cisco.' Rockford Files." E m m y historians could not rec a[! \v lien a sh ow h ad so dominated the nominations as did "Rich Man, Poor Man." The ABC. dramatization of the Irwin Shaw novel scored nomi- suilaUe i! Han or lo place said chil n this si ale [or the care And lians.hip ol dependent and delinquent jhJldrcn. Now unless you appear ttitVin \ien1y days after Hie date of this, nulke (he petition ftiall his InVen us confessed Ihe dec rue tranled. Dated April H, 197C FOR Sate' By Owner: Fur peace and quiet try this eomrpleldj 1 remodeled 3 bedroom, with separate dining in cslab- · lisfwd area, CVxiyeiutrit lo schools and . shopping centers. lyvaderj wjlh extras. Hurry] Won't, last ai il6,500. 412-2W9. ·SALE PRToED^Mr UotA. Extra nltxi Ihre* bedroom, 2 IaLh, dco, carpeted. re! tot -- plus shimming poo! and Associates 3535 N. College ig'^i "Developers of Hyland Park" J. W. Gabel B.-I,. -I^ewis 442-W6.1 531-3667 521-5700 442-F61; 5214103 only J2S.500, Realty 75I-T222, FHA or VA. Iugfar 3W3 N. CotlPRC (AcroER from^ K-Mart) . .. A5BEU SCHOOL · only one Block, Itus three bedroom has larjge kitchen \vith Ilult-fn coolcng unll*r, AH new wail" to wall CArpct. Centra! air cor,dilionii£--Garden spot, neal as a pin. Pric* ocly l»,500(». A Great Buy. MOVE IN wiihoul Tool Bos. Her* Is an imm; laic thrr.? bedroom hame, bdth ar,d EhoMt-r, Djning room, Bame1 cclmg, Family room, all newiy painlcd, com- plelcly Iftncrd yard wilh ftrrt shrubben' and Shsde Irees. Prices ;s a bargain «l S2^ ,000.00. ·H2-65J 1 ' 2 ACRES, HWY. T6 FJ^T Partfatly vi-ocdcd. two bedroom- hoosc Charming /or first home or Ideal for ret IromerH. Ixii-tiy setting. Jus! east of Happ - Hollow Rwd. Excellent buy for txOy J17.500. CaB FranV: FARMINGTON A Heal Beauty T- Brick and Iramc con- slrudion'on nice level fc* wich fenced :fc yard. Three bedrooms, two baths, T*t«t; lovely feiuJten. Hurry on this one. Price ta'oiljr S2i,»3.0X ·': FARM ever hall in Gras?, All fenced. with 30xH) loafing jhrd, small bam, corrals, loadinS chule. Variety ol young truit trees, Two ponds. Fine n*^r new home, wilh central heal plus wrxxl- hurninG fireplace, »ill can 1 ***'', filiund- awe cf built-ifls. Trice only ^,000.00. O'.'Tiet "ill cArsidrr trarlfi for city properly and will help finance, Call for U. COMMERCIAL _-.,ier of Hv,y. 71 Swi!fi find Mineral Springs Roatl. 338 acres. Ideal for one or mo ic businesses or lovejy si(« lor home. Call Kathy, 443-5670. house. Only f 16,900. Also, t\vo acres 15th Su'eet ivith two sm^l rocfc hous Idea] for wnnmernsfl!, industrial, or ma fmaily housinB- Cill Lioyd, 4iZG225, 2 " n. Owner linancing available. !2\53 Mnbile. hnmQ and five acre the blacWop Mineral Sprinps road. Umber and spring and existing finai S'r200 tolat priof. Two brdroom home, ftrc-plrvcc, ^ and Emxi well and poiid only 6 Dm WeiA, Fork wilh 10 acres, ahow acrw under fence, 1 mile off thi acktop on a county road. Jll.OW. Water - Acreage - Older - Home ' : - · ThU one has it all, sjirtn?, crce^. \\Tiile River, trees, bluff, good garden. M " ,r. tvra bedrooin and balh home only Vt ille oil Hiway 71 on three acres and \(y {13,500, Neal Clean As A Pin miles south of Greenland. 2 bedroom ome, hardwood floors, rcntral heal, conditioned, V4 acre land. Good garden spot. Ideal retirement'or for jmial! fai j]y with easy commuffris distance Fayettpville, Price $12,WO. 7 acres a n d 3 bedroom concrele block and cedar home with bssement located blacWoi* road belsv^en \Vest Foci: and Grove. JJ9,WO with terms. 265 soulhwe! Dodrm horn now bam. about 45.acres In goad ccai the Ultnoifi river rurjiing throuR the propeily. West Forfr school disi AH only J52.000 with (crmff. Ltc IS Noircp; IN THI; rnoHATr: COUHT or WASH ixninx cnuNTV, ARKANSAS ' LN THE MATTER OF HE ESTTAE OF Siella Palmor lloti, deceased No. P-76 66 knovsTi R(Id ress o( d wxdcnt Haioiback Rd., Fayrtlttillc 727QI Dale ol de.ith: Mnn-h 22, 1K6, «nt dalert April Q. l'Jf; of April, 1376, admitted to robalu as the last will of the aboi imed decederi*, and the undprsigncd hi een appointed executor there under. A contest of the probate of Ihc \vill can [farted only by filing a petition wilhii time provided hy law. 11 persons having claims against ile musl exhibit Uietn. duly verified Ihe undersJpifl within n ihe date of the first i his novice, or they sb*ll he ind' .precluded from NEWLIN REALTY CO. 442-6640 521-6700 SPECIAL OF THE WEEK 1062 Oak Manor - benefi Lhe ate,- hrst published llih day ol ,10 E. Spring, FayeUeville, Ar. P. O, Box 1235 Doris Day Marries Al Friend's Home CARMEL. Calif, (AP) Doris Day, star of numerous movie romances, has rnarrie Barry D. Co men, 41, of Beverl Hills in a fireside ceremony Hie home of a friend. Only eight guests wore present am tlie bride cried, ' 'We were trying lo k ccp things quiet so they could Iiavi lime together without pcopli caching them," - Municipii ourt Judge Eugene Harm! aid Friday in announcing tin 'cdding. The couple l e f t Thursday fo n undisclosed location aflc he Wednesday night ceremony aid Harrah, .who, m a r r i e hem. II was the 52-year-old ac rcss's fourth marriage. He irst two m arri ages were I musicians --- trombonist Al Jor dan, father of her son, Terrj and George, 1 Wcirilcr. Bolh niai riages ended in divorce. 1 .951, she wed her agent, Marl Melchor, who managed her ca recr until his death in 1968. Hairsion To Speak To Air Socieiy ivorkshop on foreign language education held Thursday in Ihe Communications Center at the University of Arkansas. "Kf* enthusiastic," was (he advice given by Randall Marshall, editor-in-chief of the foreign language publishing unit f McGraw-Hill Book Company, o the group of about 40 ecobdary and coltcge foreign Tnguage teachers attendin 'orkshop. M a r s h a l ! said language eachers should capitalize on ttid eiit s ' interests in order lo thoir classes less boring, hould not he strict on grading. nd should provide more op- lortunities for getting the tudciUs involved in coin municattvc activities. lie stressed (ho use of pic ures, dramatizations, defin lions i n the f o r e i g n anguage, and English eciuiva ents as a means for evading cuU.ural and linguistic misun dersfahdings. said reading lesson; should, be preceded by ora resumes in the early language- earning stages, followed b ral readings and question 'roin the slutlents. E'arly reading IcssonR shou! be ba?£d on k n o w n vocabular and syntax, and should be re into the materia learned in the lesson or lini Many students lose inlcres bccau?^ they do not know wha they arc saying or are bein asked to say or answer, Ma: shall said. ' . The workshop was spnnsorr by the Department of Foreig L a n g u a g e / Education, th Program Area of S^condar Education, anrt the JlcGra Hill Book Company. Th workshop was arranged by Mr M a r g a r e t Clark, ns p'rolessor of French Secondary Education They may also he nominated by the producer of a show. ·, "Those people who don't get ic, cards back to us don't pfll i Ihe ballot." Lewlne said. It's that simple." Working Mothers Give Men Liberal Views' MADISON, Wis. CAP) -- ' H a w ig u workirrg mother apparent^ · makes men more lenient tp^ r ard clianging sex roles in ociety, a random survey. con-' ucled hy a journalism re« earch class at the University, Wisconsin-Madison indicates. O f those male utidcr- raduates ,\vho Irad full-time vorking mothers as they gre\v p, 95 per cent said they were loderate, liberal or radical on van t i n g to change sex roles in ociety. Of the . m e n : .whose mothers .didn't work, the figura vas 81 per cent. The opposite was true for vomen students, 'with ' tha strongest sentiment for, change ·oiccd by those whose mothers didn't work,'* Over-all 81 per cent of tho men claimed to take cither a moderate, liberal or radical stand on the issue, while BB per cent of the women gave a similar response. '·' . ' . The n u m b e r of students \yh lavor changing sex roles has increased only 6. per cent for both k sexes since 1973; when the clasi conducted a simiar survey. ,' Named To 'Post: ; Jim" Sullivan ol Fayetlevilla was named lo the state and urban affairs committee of tha National Association of Re'aJ- tOI'J REMODELIKG'S DONE 1 you can move into th'j spad bedroom homo with ne'A- cArpet. new paneling, new kitchen flppf'^nccs. Owen- it to everjlhing, Lincoln. Only SH.fCO. 2 HOUSES-- 12 LOTS YvT*N!cr, Blacktop mad. AfibfJl schod. ade irKS. Pler.ty of wflter. Fix 'em UP, Reril ow, enjoy the spaciousness of, tha rther. FARMINGTON ·*ct, ca/rxnt, Jflrfifc lot w i t h - n i c e KSnJcii. [/x^itcd In one o( (he nicest rcsirtentiM ire AS, dead *rd paved street. Cflll Kathy -Wl-SfiTO. BETWEEN LINCOLN AND PRAIRIE GROVE Four ai~rps m Hvvy. 62 stvid Si bu^dintf sites, idfal commer- Aiym. ' Optiornal 12x11) Mohil, rtih iwfc ft ct-place and nx'. foundallun. Priced to fell. Call Joan -H2- 6225. RAISE MINNOWS AND CATTLE 17t acre farm. 85 acrrs no fescue, I «prinps, l^r fronlaRc en Onvc Creek. S luinnow po^ds, Three Mock "p"nds, 4 hrdroom hom« with b^auiifiil vtev \-all?j' Ad creek. South of Prairie Ci WEDINGTON WOODS comer SPLIT LEVEL NEW 3 BEDROOM -- ROOT SC1IOO -- LARGE DEN ON' LOWEU IJ!^.'EL ~ Kpa r^ous dcw^ite carage -- S3'Kl lot. Priced at wily W4.500. Call C. R- Bales 443-4316 or S2I-635a. DEVELOPMENT LAM) WITH ALL U'lllJTIES AVAILABLE. OVER M mite oa existing blacktop road. Terms by owner, (all Flojd rrthast 413-J316. PRAIRIE GROVE REHIUCED PfiTCK on this 4 bedroom home with almrwl 3000 a ft. ol honied 5iace. Exlra larj^e family room vv-iih "xHMlhumiTig fireplace. Call 4434315 for appoinlmer.. A LOT OF SPACE for lh« price. 21.33 ACRES ON' HIGHWAY 16 next 1o 1ND1IS- TIUAL PARK. TV,' Emulate zowd light Industrial or hwvy comnitr- tra\. J2WO per anro. Listed hy Has- kcll Ulloy 443-1316 or res. 4426011. ': -EGG-ZACTLY WHAT;YOU WANT- is what you'll find located in this lovely 2 sfory home in ; Bvileffield School Dislrict. Wilh four spacious bedrooms, ; IhTs home conlains almost 2200 sq. ft. of healed and · cooled space, formal living room wilh separate family : room with fireplace, and situated on a large Iree sludded -, lot. Call today for a trouble free appointment for our ·' Easter Special. . 2KO N'. College -- 413^316 crvs, level «-ith s p bach aiirt pltr.iy 521-4611 R-307 REAL ESTATE 442-6225 2556 Mt. Comfort Road i\m] t-- .121-5700 Hiram I Lindsey . Associates 521-6611 3535 N. College, Fayetlcvi[l , , i MtS · J - . - x i . S . ._» FOR SALE BY PRIVATE PARTY PrvfilaWc 61 a acre hroiler wnrti. 2 ne steel trail chicken houses (3237V) Plus homeclle or trailer space wilh w^tcc ell, (f»s well, septic lank, flnd all fc«W p? I«\i(et on' Jltty. 62 hotwe«i Prairie rove and FanrJn gton. rrl« J78,000, r«i ofii^lc l«rrr.s, Call Ron Burns . 846-2183 168 A, MOUNTAIN TOP RANCH MUir.c. Vnusu roinis EdTorbefl Land Brokers 443-4541 or 521-2855 Major General Guy E llairston Jr. of Washington D.C.. deputy assistant secretary ot defense for public affair will be "the speaker for the annual dinner ol ttie University of Arkansas Winston P. Wilson Squadron of the Arnold Air Society. It will be held at 6 p.m. Wednesday at the Shiloh Dining Room in Springclale This is the annual snrinf awards banquet, for Ihe soc-icl Richard Uimpkin, Jones Mills, will he master of ceremonies. David Cook. Neoslio, Mo., is over-all chuirman and James Hclmicli of Little Rock is publicity c h a i r m a n , Gen. Hairsion assumed his present position wilh the Air Force in November 1975 alter serving as director nf information. He is a command pilot and holds such outstanding decorations and awards as the Air Force Distinguished Service Medal, t h e Legion of Merit with one oak leaf cbsler, the Distinguished Flying Cross with Iwo oak leaf cluster;, the Air Medal with eight oak leaf clusters, the Purple Heart, the Presidential Unit Citation, and Ihe Republic of Korea Presidential Unit Cita^ lion. A native of New Orleans. La., General Hairston is a graduate of Ihe U.S. Military Acadcniy, ttic Air Force Squadron Officer School, the A r m y Command and General Staff College, and [he Industrial College of the Armed Forces. He has master's degree from the Harvard Graduate School of Business. C o l . William ChalficM. professor of aerospace studies at the University, and M r s . Chalfield will honor ' General Hairsion with a reception at their home following the dinner. SUNDAYS ON YOUR OWN DECK Uliilfi jw cwrsc f b«froom t«'o hath ilh esira iiuiliry In one of Fnyet(«- illc's mr« il'Ukir new a r i d . t i . ral c-!lne, Jtolf l hree ntemporary honir area i firepla nAtivc . ci»1o m d rape*, ihonm-jw.e huil(-in srplianccs, gohs ft [cnsis e lAnilsM pin B aeA red w frncc hi S\s t clb rh r Add.lio H7,SOO. CJJ! Ul-1254. To Leave Navy recruiter Frank liussow has been transferred lo the USS Starrclt. liomeporled in San Die^o. Calif. He was prcscnled a letter of commendation for his performance as a recruiter, A native of Gravettc. 'he Is Kayo for dlomhcr tmarrieescc married lo the former Kai Slidham of Ilhvasse. second floor THIS HOUSE IN THE POPULAR Tudor style has a living room flanked by an L-arrangement o£ porches and a terrace, accessible through two sets of French doors. The U-plan kitchen has an informal eating space and adjoins both a family room and a separate dining room. Upstairs, three bedrooms are grouped around an open-railed stairhalL Plan HA923M has a house area of 1,166 square feet on the first floor, excluding porches and garage, and 930 square feet on the second floor. It was designed by Rudolph A. Matern, S9 E. Jericho Tpke., Mineola, N.Y. 11501. Questions should be accompanied by a stamped, self-addressed envelope. ,

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