Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 22, 1976 · Page 18
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Northwest Arka men TIMES, Til an:,' April M, 1974 47--Real Ertate--For Sale BY owner, 3 bedroom modem home, Also 2 bedroom home on 3 acre*, loc ·t Durham. Can 6434U1 Or S*5-22TS. REDUCKD--Nw J23.SOO. I'JM Mission. " bedrwrn, central air awl heal.' WalUo- wall carre*. Incius refrigerator, stov*. washer i dryer. X3144M. YANCEY REALTY m (ICAUFOA P.O."Bra 2S1 Downlovni Next To Dillon: Prairie Grove, Ark. 72753 OFFICE PHONE . , M£ 5153 Bob Yan«y '. B l l ^anm M6-VW Sue Vkebb Altai Cfehea 5 Vw acre with near nw 3 bedroom IVt b th home, carpeted with wood bUTtfnp hreplac* Atoo has small bam. «eU Twust send «ell I/xMed in Prai lie Grove School district, rrtc*d'$23.300. 6 Acres nice wo«Jed land, with spring branch. - located lit mtlss from stale highway.- Priced 14503 W Acres good fiat valley' land, toc North of 'Prairie Grove, all ojwi' airf' ID iwnri. pasture, A bargain for only 532,3)0 20 Acres good level land located appcox 3i4 miles : North · of FarmlnBtcn School Gcod [w;'development, potential. 30.000 BroScrs. 3 housv* msujated and automatic, -26 acres lard in .pasture also has K«rf 2 bedroom. 1 bath home could finish out uptfaurs has * room mobile lwm« with perm, add house =' also .gaod crtck and excepti spring, 2 ponds/All' thi (or jes.ao ter/iis i per lh« record^ plat of jald AddlHon m rite [n tho Ofllcc o! t h e Circuit Clerk mt Ex-Oirklo Recorder .ol Waihlnftloii \unty. Arkansas subjcrt lo a ll«\ of Sup«rigr. Ferf«ral SAvinas nnd Loan As- x-hllon. Fort SniUh. Artanjaj TERMS OP SALE: On a credit of hiv« nionltij, the purchaser J twins cqulnd (o ««cut* n bond as required ij' · law . n n d . · Lhe. onlcr anil tfecrte .· ot aid Ctwrt In satd ratis*. wllh approved *ccuri1y.- bearlriE interest al the rate ol 10 per ' cent p«r ' annum from date or sale until pofd. and a Den .belns relalnaj on (he premises sold lo secure ho p^i'ment ol the purchns* money. Given under my hand IhLi jglh da\ ol April, AJJ,. I97a «ma KoilniLjcr Chincorj- Legal Notices WABNIXG O R D E R j IS THE - CHANCERY COURT OF WASHINGTON COUNTY, ARKANSAS Jessie' Ko.se, PJaLntUI VS. E-76*292 Tom -A". Itos*.Defendant . The. De fendant Tom A- Hose is wanvd l» appear In tbis . Court within .tWrl: -days and answer the complaint ot the PJatniilf in the above entitled cause Witness my band ' nnd «al ,of this Court ihfs 29 day ol March.. 1976. Chancery Cl! By KAYE'CHAPPELL D.C . 4tC April i; B, IS, 23 C OMMISSIOSER'S SALE Noiice U hereb piven That In pursu ance ot the"- authority and direction ronlafned tn the decretal : order o t - t h t Chancery Court · o t ' Washington County m a d e ' a n d entered on the 16th da % o: March; -A.D.. J9T6 in a "certain" catist (No-' E73-11M) .' then pending tberelr between Gary Bufcrd Sapp," Plaintiff am Lonhie Hill and H.. Marine 1 Hill, defen danlsi'lhe undersigned, ns ConirnisJianei ol 'said : court, will offer ,, Tor : sate ' a public ; vendue ; lo - the . highest bidbir al the wcil door or entrance of thr County. Court Housei.in which said .Cour Is held", tn lh Couutj of Washington wilfiin the hour- prtvribed by law for Judicial sales, en (be~LlUi'daf'of Mar 10:00' aim,, A.D.MSio. tbe..tollow d^tribed real e;-ta1e, to-wll: Lot 12 _ in Stock 2 In. West HuitUvHIe Addition to tne City - o t . Spnngd? ~ Arkansas," as per ilia recorded i BT laid. Addition on fil« in Ite ofJ of the .Circuit Clerk and Ex-Offl R e c o r d e r ; o f .-Washington Counts Arkansas, subject fo_ (he li«n ot Firs Federal Savings *nd - Loan Associate; of FoictfetOte Arkan-a Lot 4 in Blocfc 2 Davis Second"'Addition to the. City of Sprinsdale, ; Arkansa! .·go) Chicago Arl Exhibit Opens CHICAGO (AP) - The Art Institute of Chicago's 72nd exhibition or contemporary · American ' art looks like a- ncw] opened lime capsule of what was .happening, in this-,country more than a decade ago. The show, presented annually or' biennially since 1888,. undertakes to survey recent, develop meats in art around, the country. This one,- however, seems to have ..been- drawn largely from the trendy galleries in Ne.v, York City, The eight i«eek shov. Include- 62 works by'36 artts(s, rhost-o: them from the New York area O n l y , one, the \amnsing. Jim NuU, represents Chicago's vita! art. Being, as : it is, an assemblage of artists promoted by the art establishment, . the .show monotonous, : 'repetitious ant boring with a few exceptions Claes Oldenberg of New York, the most' talented o f ; the Pop artists;-won one of 12 $1, OM prizes' for his 10-foot stee' sculpture of a clothes-pin. Oldenberg's w ork is alw ays exciting He is also represented by : a -fobt typewriter eraser a n d - a ' dripping "Alphabet-Good Humor" bar made up of melt ing letters of the alphabet Richard EsEes or New York paints realistically; in photo graphic detail and.is represent ed in "the exhibition with a pic ture of a segmpnt of a uty block featuring ·'-Paul's Br Accessories." The work is. teresting but shows little artis (EC development. The most interesting : a b straction in, the show" is Helen Frankenthaler's -"JJlue Sedu cer," an .exciting, powerfu piecfij 5 b y r l i i f e e f , painted ir heavy pinks and .blue. She Js a New Yorker. Lincoln High Senior Wins Scholarship LINCOLN -Linda S. Hanks, a senior . at Lincoln High School s Hie 'recipient · o f ' a 1 National Merit $1,000 scholarship, sponsored: by the W i n t h ro p Rockefeller Foundation. M i s s . .Hanks, who ' Is valedictorian of her graduating class, plans to' enter prc medicine sluriies. She served as president -"of the · Student Council, -is a member of National Beta Club, the year b o o k staff . and school newspaper staff, and Future Business Leaders of America, She was voted most oulstnnd ing s t u d e n t , won Uic Bet ty · G r o c k e r Family Lead of Tomorrow, A w a r d , and-during her, junior year was a delegate; to Arkansas Girls' Slate*, and ' during AVashingtoi County : Government D a y was selected county assessor. The announcement of the scholarship was rna'de by the National. M e r i t Scholarship Corporation today, and winners ol 'college r spqnspred four-year Merit ! Scholarships will be announced-April 29. The'1.000 winners of National Merit $1,000 Scholarships were selected bj a Selection Corn mittee ' composed '. ot collcg- admissions- officers and hip.h school counselors!. "About 14,00t Finalists^ ; competed for the awards' and , the number o winners : named in each ;slate is proportional to t h e stated percentage of the U.S,. total .of graduating high school seniors Cost Raised LITTLE ROCK.'.CAP) -- Thi cost of a proposed Bicentehnia memorial o n - t h e ground ol.lhe state eapitol will be about three times higher than expected, the state Bicentennial ' ComrniKee learned Wednesday. The committee: had'hoped t approve -the;· final, plans for .tb memorial, had postponed lha vote until· officials could'deter mine if the cost could be re duced. Project architects' estimate the "cost at §190,000, and .th committee bas set' aside bril ?60,000. Prison Has No' Bars Pnboners al the new air con- \lsttors in this room w i t h proof There are no bars in riitinned U S Correctional In large picture windows lhal am o[ (he cells (AP Wire- slitute south of Miami greet are bulletproof and shatter phulo) Zinno Brothers Fly Man Powered Craft NORTH .KINGSTOWN, R.I. (AP) -- Joseph A. Zinno and his brother" Clare'nce'havc built a phiie that flu * ils \\ay into American i aviation history A five-second, 80-to lOQ-foot flight marked the first tune ti U S histor that a man pou ered aircraft has. gotten off the ground. The feat had been .ac" cotnplishecl previously in En rope. The Zinnps.needed only Jo seph's frantic pedaling and a lightweight balsa wood and aluminum aircraft to accom S lish" that 'feat -Wednesday ' at ^e abandoned. Quonset Point Naval Air Station. The aircraft."clocked by ra dar at 12 knots, lifted its hose wheel off the ground And! then for five seconds, Zinno was airborne about 12 to 18 inches off Ihe" ground. The flight ended near the edge of the runway when a gust of wind tipped the plane 'onto its -left wing and brought (he fuselage down with a crunch. Battaille To Study LITTLE HOCK (AP) - Tru- dv BattaiHe, 32 the neuly ap pointed" 'manager of the Ar-; kansas,'office in, Brussels, · Belgium, is in IiUle Rock to studj the slate's industrial and eco- nionic programs. "Airs. HatlailEc is accompanied by her husband, Marc BattailLe, a Belguim judge. Airs. 'Battaille will tour, the state next week, When she arrives in --Brussels slie will, handle the' office administration. The state Industrial Development," Commission has hired Ilobert H. ^'Bunny" Adcock Jr. of .Conway as director- of the Brussels office. Thnr : kil H.-Strigcl and Airs. Battaille win he Adcock's assistants Norman Testifies PINE BLUFF, Ark. , (AP) -Bobby Norman, assistant' polk chief, .testified Wednesday ni that .Police -Lt. Tom Magnes was lired because he alleged airangcd to have a pusontr cape from j a i l - ami- was volvLul in illegal drug traffic, Norman also claimed · tha Magness -had sexual relation while he was supposed to be b duty at the police station, Magness . has denied all tl charges; Chief Cleddie Shock fin Magness,-. 35, in January after year-long. investigation by t police department's internal E cuntj unit Norman testified in a-pub! hearing held." by the civil serv ice commission; American History Sleuth Contradicts Frances' Giit WASHINGTON ,(AP); --; An merican history sleuth con- ·adicting.the French am bass a- or,';says'" George" Washington d not sign' the engraved copy r his·'· 1796''Farewell' Address Kit 'France lias \bffered as! a [f to'commemorate the Airier- ·an Bicentennial '' In fact, Washington-had been cad Tor at least 15'years when "as little political connection «s possible" with'foreign nations. Caslellani. :V emphasized lliat^ the engraving "is not a phony." ' It's an original for what it It s a yer nice gift -- an early 19th century erigiuvlng of: Gcbrgo Washington's, address, with -a -facsimile \ of his ; signa- luio, ' Cdstelldiu said today "It just is'.iiol signed by George he copy was engraved and it Washington The French gov- vas not Ins widow. M^ilh'i but cinmenl simply believed it to raria.n of^WaHhington's Mount "emoii estate. A delegation \ from Franco's enale is scheduled to present he: engraving; to' their'.Amerl- Senate counterparts; next month during the visit of Drench President.. Valery Gis :ard l d'Estaing t When /French ^Ambassador facques. Kosciuskb-Mprizet an : nouriced the gift En January, he it was "signed by Wash- ngton himself and sent bj Martha Washington to I-afa ette " In the famous 6,000 vord . address, .Washington exhorted- ! his countrymen to avoid party bickering and to have phy. Registration Set Rtgist ration for prospective lindergarlen students in the West : Fork School district wil be held Friday,, at;. the West Fork Elementary, school library at 9 a.m. Children . years .old who will be five on or before Oct. . are eligible to attend kindergar ten this fall., .Parents -shoult bring their prospective kinder garten ^children to registration Friday so that the youngsters can participate m a class from 0 -a.m. to 10 'a-m. Parents o: guardians are .also 'asked ti bring the youngster s birtl certificate and i immunization record, The regular, kindergar ten classes will, be dismissec Friday so that teachers car help .with registration. It was apparenllj done by a Philadelphia f i r m between 1814 lo 1819, Caslellani said: Two of th c- five r artists - and \ crig f avers' who signed the document eren I born until the mid 790s, and they : couldn't have \orkcd on it when thej were nlj one or Iwo years old " r The US Senule s curator of rt and anliquitics, Janus R eichum, - said Uhe Seiiaie is- kcly to welcome the gift anyway A great^great grandson ot .afayettc Count Rene de Chambrun, donated; the frtemed; engraving lo the French government last year It had hung ·i I afajette's mansion, La range, where de " Chambrun ives. A French "diplomat said; his government, did not research (he document's.history. CuslcKaiil: declined ·'. to estimate the engraving's value, Washington'5' handwritten;.32- age manuscript is on display it the. New York Public Li- ararj A printer s proof of tha ,exl, with Washington's own^no^ lalions in the rnttrgin, has been ad\ortisrd foi sale b a JJJpiv York book dealer for $48 500 A historic pamphlet of a subsequent pri nti ng reporledly was sold for $13,000 two months : ago; WORLD'S LARGEST Call. DON L. McGUIRE 617 N. College Phone 142-6784 INTRODUCING chfljote,"tKo6ftx... j j special SWIMS nir.io.i^.i.r SziPlWBAGS LATEX Dow HANOI-WRAP 200 Square Feel 79* BATHROOM CLEANER 99* sove'3 00 gaL 17 Oi Disinfectant Deodorizes Dow ZIP-LOG BAGS 20 Plastic Storage Bags. 10 9/16 X 11 Durable, cokxfast Remit chalking, blistering, peeling. Gal. AND SAVE *3°°ON THESE GREAT FAVORITES TOWCHOICI O A-100 LAnXHOOaHUMT Ou r best hiding, longesi la«1ing flat latex home paM. GLOSS UTM HousfTRiMMnrr Beautifut gtoct. UM on any exterior «uffac«, from tiding loihuttert. . bl Hi* KM a 1099 Beg. I11.M g«4. TINACTIN CREAM or SOLUTION ANTIFUNGAL - RELIEVES ATHLETE'S FOOT BURNING ITCHING. 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