Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 30, 1974 · Page 11
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 11

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 30, 1974
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47-- Real Eilote-- For Sal* iiv nv.'Hisii: I «,».. M Mimni IM.TM., s h i i i 1,11,*. rwilr ..... TM|/,"' ' "BY OWNER l l e n i i l l f i i l hodrmini, a ,| (lry DiKoh Colonial w i l l , 2000 «i. [[,, 3 ",",," !lu clrciwlnu room: formal llvliiu | n h m room; CiK (loi.hlo-ovc TMnd" illiliwuihor In kllelion with la«S »' I'nMiioH: paneled fnniliyroom w i t h rirctfuec: u l l l l l y r o o j n ' 2 cnr S»niKo; excellent lniiil«cnnlni.iTM HOLL1NG ltU,LS r i , . By Ow "er '·!, V . C 'E 3 '""'room brick, lores den w In f replnce, .operate llvlngroom HI lols. B e a u t i f u l landed ki.i..!« will, self-clcnnlnij ovon Carnc S IhroiiBnout. Double anriiu T Jm 8 ""»''"» »'«, I.»r«e nnk .haded lot walking dttlaneo to U u t l o r f i o W School. Priced to soil nt M/ivm U30 O.ik Manor. 521-63,3 S3fll( " )IX ° n , nprcs. Owner will soil to qualified vetornn under 100% AT loan. Price (25,500. ASSUME existing lonn. nboul 52,000 down -' e street South of oVrT? Each lot 90'xI92'. with a sloplni contour leading »p to a wooded draperies cooklnR "nils. " re FAMILY C O N V E N I E N C E TThlB homo fc right by an elementary school nnd has a 'built i n ' bus system for children. Five hod room., Two baths. Family room ? J*ii b » B TMcnt storage pi^c for hobby shop It is n well built O d e r home. New central hoatlni $22,500 sh ° I " lins «ntcr. PrkI CLEAN AND NEAT Well cared lor 3 TiB den home lot. Shade trees. Price sio.«o. 8 NORTH CENTRAL Cozy, 2 Br. plus home In good ar»a neat and clean, stove and refrli erator included, floor furnace heat carport, lot 55x176' with trees' For^H^rL^^r^re^j couple. Price S14.900. WHILLOCK DUO Need a couple of lots on a quiet dead-end «i.---« c._...,_ -° .uuiei Each conto ^ area. Priced real reasonnDleT QUIET, 'SHADY STREET This very neat and well maintained home 1s located North of the campus Very large lot with many shade trees and variety of shrubbery. 3 BH, 1J4 baths CH A Den In a beautiful settinc. Anyone would love this location FAUCETTE REALTORS 1202 N. College Office U2-5351 Evenings and weekend, call: Virginia Bowers Hes 442-6303 gy'vla Danforth !·«. 442-9935 Chrlsline Blondeau Bes. 521-2004 Cathy Boyd Res. 521.597! JJarlha Davis Bes. 443-5S59 G. C. Faucette H cs . 442.2277 20 ACRES" Northwest of Fayetteville, beautiful dogwoods other trees. Secluded yet close in. Just minutes from U of A downtown Fav- elteville. $26.500. CALL HEINEY REALTY CO. Hwy. 16 Bast Legal Nolices- 442-9236 NOTICE IN THE PROBATE COURT OF WASHINGTON COUNTY", ARKANSAS IN THFJ MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF VEEIA K. MJ3YEH deceased No. P-7-1-R2 last known address of decedent: Route 2, Foyettevllle, Arkansas Date of dcalth: March 2 1074 An Instrument rfaled Aprii Srtl, 1970 was on thp 9th day of April. 1074, ad- miUcd (o probate as ihe last wIH of the above named decedent, and (he undersigned hs been appojnled Administrator Cu m Tcstamen to Annexe Ihcre- undcr. A contest of iiie prola(e ol the w I !1 rein be effected only by fi I Ing a petition within the Ume provided by Al! persons having claims against Uie pstalc must evhlbit them, duly verified, to the undersigned within six- months from (he date of the first publication of tfjLs notice, or they shall be forever harrert and precluded from any benefit in Ihe pstnlc. This notice first published M day of Weather Forecast Area News Briefs Continuing warm weather is Northeast- Cooler weather is sippl. Warm and mostly fair forecast Tuesday for At- forecast for the Midwest; weather is expected for the lanlic coast states w i t h showers are forecast f r o m . West. (AP Wircnhoto) showers expected in the central Texas to the Missis- Legal Notices April, 1374. Walter I*. Mej'er Administrator Cum Testamento Annexo C-O JONES SECERS, Attorneys al Law P.O. Box 4215 Fayeltevllle, Arkansas 7CT1C 4ra 14, 21. 30 5 Sigma Xi Taps 40 New Members The University of Arkansas chapter of Sigma Xi an honorary scientific research society of North America! t a p p e d 40 new members at a banquet held at the Arkansas Union. Approximately 150 person: attended the banquet with Dr. Charles Richardson, physics professor, presiding- Of the new initiates, H obtained full membership with 26 becoming associate members of the society. An associate member has proved a mark of achievement to a level of confidence and promise for future research ability while a full member (usually a professor) has demonstrated excellence in conducting in depth research according to Dr. Nicholas Gyles, animal science professor. The persons who obtained full membership in the society are: Claudia F. Bailey. Hugh T. Campbell, David L. Cundall, Alfred E.. Einert, Roudabeh Ja- masbi, Ethel L. Williams. Joe Woods, Don E. Adams. James R. Cozo'rt, Deward W. Efurd. William D. James, M. M. Johnson and Ralph D. Shcrrill. Following the banquet the society members attended a talk by Dr. Frederick Samson, director of the Kansas Center for Mental Retardation and H u m a n Development, w h o spoke on "What we think happens in our heads." Samson gave an overview of the functions of the brain that are currently understood and pointed out many areas where knowledge is limited. LEASE YOUR CAR A NEW PONTI AC-CADILLAC OR ANY MAKE OF NEW OR LATE MODEL CAR OF YOUR CHOICE. CONTACT: HERBERT HATFIELD 22 E. MEADOW - FAYETTEVILLE PHONE 442-2303 Make Inflation Work For You Buy this bcnutlful. NEW 3 bdr. r 2 bath home at its present low price; sit back and watch iU VALUE increase! Near Strawberry Drive. Beat tomorrows i n f l a t i o n by calling KaEhcrine Fiacr TODAY. 521-1303. Buy This Refrigerator For $18,500 And Ret a 3 Mr.. ] bath home FREE. A l l on LARGE level lot with T71EES. Near M u r p h y Park in Springdale. Dial Wl-aTll NOW, aflk for Hon Pyeall. Is $107.00 A Month Less Than You're Paying For Ren? Then lell year landlord jfood-byc and come sec this 3 blr. 2 balh bar- Rain TODAY. Has basement and 2-cfir garage. Just off AllRsion Blvd. Call Ken Tinman. MI-H373. Oak Manor Subdivision, Butterfield School A sonant nTler LOCATION, a lovely home. 3 bdr. 2 b.ith, brick/frame. Ixils of nice EXTHAS. EXOTLI.ENT condition. Grab that phone -- this i n s t a n t . Cai] K.ntherJne Finer. WI-43M. Would You Like To Bo Your Ov/n L a n d l o r d ? Well, now you CANI U n v n d u p l e x , live In one side and rent the olhcr. Kach unll ban 2 Ixlr.. I both, k i t c h e n appliances. EXTHA nice. Assume Kood lean at 7%, Call Ken Tlllman. Ml-ttWO. Building Silo In Forest Hills Estates ?fK)x270 fl. Int. Klectrlclty. Kaa. nml tHnphone llnr* on property. Don't put It off. Call Ron f'yeatl for price and details, W1-27M. B R Y C E DAY I S 16)7 Norlh College C CO. I N C . 521-8660 Kalherlne Fisor flryco Davit . . . Ron Pyoull . .. Ken Tlllman . . 521-4303 442-8071 521-271/ 521-6979 Charges Againsf 10 Persons Nolle Pressed Eleven persons were tried in Fayetteville Municipal Court M o nd ay on charges of possession on a controlled substance (marijuana)," a misdemeanor. All charges, except those against one person were nolle pressed (dropped for the present time with the option of being re-filed again later). Michael D. Rigdon, 27, of 723 W. Cleveland St. was declared guilty in absentia by Municipal Judge Richard Wells when Rigdon failed to appear for trial. He was fined $59.25. CHarges were nolle pressed against: Terry R. Bobbins, 19, of 2308 Dogwood Place, Springdale; Marilyn Faye Warford, 25 .of Springdale; Glen E. Watkins, 22 of 2200 Dogwood Place, Springdale; Betty Casey, 21, of Route 2; Steven J. G a r r e 11, 21, of Route 1. Lowell and John Allen Elder, 21, of 123o N. Oakland Ave. The seven were arrested by Fayetteville police in the March 1 raid of a room at the Twin Arch Motel on North College Avenue. Charges were also nolle possed against: Randall B. Neill, 21, of V Brenda Drive; Louis R. Lambiotte, 19, of 110 Stadium Drive; Michael P. Holland, 20, of 345 Government Ave. and James S. Meek, IS, of 110 Stadium Drive. The four were arrested March 31 in a police raid on Holland's home. Andrews Honored SPRINGDALE -- Gene Andrews, plant manager at the city's wastewaler treatment facility here, was named state "manager of the year" by the membership in the Arkansas Waterworks and Pollution Control Association. Andrews was elected to the j honor during a stale meeting! of the association held this past j weekend in Hot Springs. He was presented a plaque to commemorate the occasion. Committee To Mcor The Washington County Juvenile Court Advisory Committee will meet at 12 noon Wednesday at Heine's Steak House. The Hcv. M a r v i n Ileinrichs will present a program on home ·jrobicms of children who come to Juvenile Court, and volunteer robalion officers will discuss heir experiences with proba- loners. Thieves, Foil Clark Jonc.s. of the Holiday Inn Gulf Station at 2408 N. College Ave., told Fayetteville police that Sunday night someone tried to pry open the rear door to the station but police said entry was not gained. Vandalism Reported Pauline Mastorson of 401 S.Lewis Ave. told Fayettoville police that sometime S u n d a y vandals bent both windshield wipers on her car while it was parked on Slone Street. Enters Plea Jim R i c h a r d , 20. Rogers, pleaded innncent Monday in Washington Circuit Court to a charge of burglary and grand larceny. Richard is accused of breaking into the Arkansas Transmission C o m p a n y i n Springdale April 20 and taking auto parts !ind tools. Richard is being held on $2,501) bond. Window Smashed S P R I N G D A L E - Vickie Frances Harp, 24-B Applegatc Drive, reported the rear . win dow of her car was shattered with a rock late Saturday or early Sunday, Miss Harp t o l d police her car was parked behind her apartment when the vandalism occurred. She esti mated damage at "" Tires Slashed SPRINGDALE -- Joe Murphy, of Route 3. reported the : our tires on his vehicle parked in the Tyson's Foods lot on Meadow Avenue were slashed late Monday or early today. Murphy estimated t )i e damage al $185. Minor Fire SPRINGDALE -- Lightning surged in on power lines causing the wiring |,o overload and ignite in the attic of the Little Wheel Grocery Store on Hwy. 71 early today. Fire Chief Mickey Jackson said the small fire was confined ^o the ceiling area where it burnt a hole nnd two ceiling joists. He snid there was some smokr damage to the store owned by Francis Ward of Foil Smith. Guidelines Proposed WASHINGTON (AP) - Maine Democrat Edmund S. Muskiol and New York Republican Jacob K. Jnvits sny they'll introduce a bill in the Senale in- ended to give Congress a role in determining what government information can ne kept secret for national security reasons. The two sonnlorH said in n statement the bill would set up ft conffressionnl monitor over s e c u r i t y clnsslfication a n d create a national registrar of classified documents. Car Stolen A car. owned by Gciuld D. or L. C. Harris of 1510 "D" St., Springdale, was reported stolen Monday afternoon from he Sears parking lot al the Northwest Arkansas Plaza. Fayolteville police said the car was lakcn b e t w e e n the lours of 1:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. The car is described as a red 19(i(i Volkswagen bearing Arkansas license DHA 183. The vehicle identification number is 11(5587153. Statue Stolen SPRINGDALE -- A 20-inch tall statue of a Negro jockey was stolen from the front yart of Ben Ingram's residence al 521 Caudle Ave. Ingram saic the statue which wore painted on clothes of red. white ant blue, was t a k e n sometime during the past week, Vehicle Damaged SPRINGDALE -- The win dows in an old bus and a c.nmper parked al the Mid-Con- M a n u f a c t u r i n g Inc. lot on South Crutcher Street were broken oui with air rifles and rocks during the'weekend. police said today. The tail lights and head light? on the bus were also shattered Police noted that vandalism ol this kind has occurred before at the adjacent business, Lawrence's Garage. Total damage was estimated at Sl.OOO according lo police reports. Money Stolen Gary Chaudoin of 15 Court St., told Fayetteville police that about $70 was missing from his home. Chaudoin said he and his wife had left town over the weekend and when they returned the money had been removed from a dresser. Northwest Arkanicu TIMIS, Tim., April 30, 1974 FAVITTIVILLI, ARKANIA* t? Fire Protection Study Scheduled SPRINGDALE - An Arkansas Insurance Services inspector will he in town this week to grade the city's fire protection. Fire Chief Mickey Jackson said today. The Inspector, from the state bureau financed by nationwide insurance companies, will make his check In order to classify Sprlngdale according to a predetermined set of standards for fire protection. From his review of such factors as water supply, effect iveness of the building inspc tor's department, enforcemenl of building codes, and alarm and communication systems the inspector will arrive at a classification between one am 10 for the city. The classifi cation will bd used by insurance companies to set fire insurance premiums for all property in the city. Presently Springdale is class five city. Jackson sale there are no class one cities (with the best passible fire pro tection) in Arkansas. Dog Show Set A dog show, sponsored by, Washington County 4-H Clubs, will be held Saturday at the Washington County Fairgrounds in Fayetteville. Registration will begin at 1_ a.m. and judging is scheduled for 1 p.m. Entries will be judged in con formation classes for hot! mixed breed and pure bred ani mals, obedience and junio showmanship. The judges will be Charle Milner, Mrs. Cheryl McDonald Marshall DeHaven and Gordo Clendenen. The public is invited to at tend. Ela Kappa Nu Elects New Chapter Officers The University of Arkansas hapler of Eta Kappa Nu, mlional electrical engineering icnor society, has elected officers for the 1974-75 academlo car. David L. Pipkins of Alma has jceii elected president of the Gamma Phi Chapter, succeeding Charles Martin of Van 3uren, Other new officers ara Benny J. Martin of Fayeltevllle, vice president; Randy H. Moss of Searcy, treasurer; Bruce E. ^eginelll of Marion, recording secretary; and Raymond E. Offenbacker of Everton (Boons County), corresponding secretary. Dr. Charles Oaldwell 's faulty adviser. Walter L. Creekmore of hughes was elected pledge trainer and Bobby M. Hawkins of Newark was named correspondent to the Society'! national magazine. Machinery Stolen SPRINGDALE -- Several pieces of machinery, iron and Dipe were stolen from Charlie's Garage on Old Wire Road Monday. A woman who lived near ;he garage owned by Charlie Wopldridge of 122 Carter told police she saw two young boys load their car three times with items from the garage. A six cylinder Cehvrolet motor was among the $100 worth of items missing, police said. Incorporated Articles of incorporation were filed Monday in Washington County Court for Lowell Produce, Inc. Incorporates are Julia J- Randies, Benny Ray Randies, and Ralph M. Late, Jr., all of Lowell. Sears While 520 Tires Last 40% off Blemished Radial Tires Guaranteed 36,000 Miles IfoTyesterCordRaaia Highway Passenger Tire Guarantee do not receive the number of mNea specified of your tire becoming unserviceable duo to (1) (2) normal road hazards, or (3) tread wear-out, : At our option, exchange It for a new tire or give If the tire is unserviceable due to any of the above cauaus bufore 10% of the guaranteed mill-age la received, the replacement or refund win be inuile with no char go for mileueu received. N»H punclurea will bu rcnuired at no cluirgu. Guarantee applies to tires on vehicles used for p ri va !e la mily pu rpos e J. Radial "36" Whitcwall Tire guaranteed 36,000 miles. Smooth Riding because there are two polyester cord radial plies and tough because of four rayon cord belts between yog and the road! Wide 78 series footprint grabs hold. Radial 36 and Old Tire CR78xl3 ER78xl4 FR78xl4 GR78xi4 GR78xl5 HR78x1S JR78xl5 LR78xl5 Regular Price Whifewall $43 $50 $53 $57 $59 $63 $66 $69 Sale Price Whitewall 25.80 30.00 31.80 34.20 35.40 37.80 39.60 41.40 Plus F.E.T. $2.32 $2.62 $2.72 2.96 $3.04 $3.15 $3.35 $3.58 Wheel Alignment Regular O OO $9,95 O.OO These tfrei carry Sears full guar- sntee. Blemished tires have slrqht Imperfections such as black dot* In whitewall, ere. Wheel Balancing 3.00 Spin Balance SHOP AT SEAKS AND SAVE SotufactitM Guaranteed or Your Money Boeti Sears FREE Mounting and Rotation Tire and Avfo Cenfer Norfhwost Arkansas Pl*z* Highway 71 North b*twwn Call Fayfttrevilk and SprlngdaU 521-6000 «;30 A.M. to 9 P.M. Shop Sear* Auto Center

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