Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 3, 1974 · Page 17
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 3, 1974
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-47-Rml Estqfe-For Sal* 47-Real Estafe-for Sol* WELL LOCATED 8 acres mostly all [cvcl and seeded In Fescue. 3 bedroom home plus den, lartfe kitchen and d i n i n g arcn. central heat. Drilled well u-Hh water Tor dishwasher and washer. South of Greenland. 527,- ·" Three plus acres and modern «nn- fortable home. 7 rooms including 3-bedrooms and iten. l i f e baths · u t i l i t y room, and patio. Cilv water and n a t u r a l gas. Shop building and double carport. Sprlngfcd pond Chain Jink fence. An uptown [o- c-atlon with a rural flavor, Only $25,000. Large corner lot. well kept 3-hed- rooni home with I'.'a baths. Cen- ;lral. heat. .Brick front. All cily utilities. Utility room w i t h storage Convenient lo cither Springdale or , FnyctteviHc and just, a short distance of the Mall. Less than con- art uct Eon cost, selling at 118,000. . Large FHA loan can be assumed or will refinance. WANT ISOLATION, YET EASY ACCESS Then ihls 45 acres will surely fill - (he bill. Good, unusual, 3-beriroom farmhouse. Pond. Three outbuild- Inp* Good stand of grass. Grcen-. land Schools, Mount ainlop soclu- *ion reached by Rood county road. NEWIIN REALTY CO 839-2522 or 839-2259 West Fork. Arkansas FOR SALE By BUILDERS !EW 3 BS HOMES IN FAYETTt lX AND SPRINGDAU:. OOMZ IOMES JUST COMPLETED. PRICED RIGHT! iARRlSON DAVIS. 21-4888 EDWARD HANCOCK .INVESTORS D R E A M FD-35 ' 1,[KK) ac-ros u n i m p r o v e d limbcrLand touches county, tots o( water · ' excellent place for hunting KHlac ·'·J125.00 per acre. -.185 ACRE STOCK FARM . WITH EXCEPTIONALLY ·: NICE '300 SQ. FT. HOME ·; CD-IS A real income producer as well ns ""the ultimate In country living Koine is :t years old lins 2 fire places. 2 baths, and alt the jjoodies ISO acres seeded tr permanen grass, 8 live water springs, goot fences. You will just have to sec . . It. Owner will finance ton! .',' EXCEPTIONALLY NICE CD-I . fiS level flcrcs nice 3 bedroon , farm hom e 17.000 hroilcr capacity Located 20 minutes from Spring , d:ile. Good p r i c e and good terms ':; UNUSUAL HOME AND ; ,._ 10 ACRES FA-243 Located on blackto miles from S p r i n g d a J c , 2100 sq. ft. home, fire place 36x20 ft. family room am ' a i l the extras. Must sec to appro " date. 63 ACRES OF GRASS AND 5,000 BREEDER HENS FC-57 . This place could be what you m '.looking for. Nice homo w i t h fin · plaee, good spring. lots of £rass -, 2o acres of creek bottomland, goo , Income, won't 3ast long- BEACON REALTY .CO ~ Across from AQ Chicken House--Hwy 71 North Springcfale, Arkansas . O f f i c e Ph. 751-7473 ' Earl Sherry 751-2959 ' Brad Wright 361-2663 - Gary Tech 751-219d BROKER "Bob" McMillan 75J-9788 47--Real Estot*-For Sale-- JUST LISTED DeauliCul 3 Jwdroom brick. Tnca ed in Peaceful Valley A d d i t i o n , Sprtnsdnle, AH. 1615 *q. ft. of de- tghtful home. Only 532,000.00. Call t Anne Sianberry. LINDSEY ASSOC. J. W. Gabel ^*arry Dowel t iparky Cunningham Gladys sonneman Farreli Conner REALTOR 44Z-M63 1-I2-6959 521-121. $11,800.00 TWO BEDROOM F R A M E WITH CARPORT -- Combinalfon Hv- Ing-dining -- convenient k i t - chen -- Automatic heat -- ALr- conditloner. Hnnge-j R e f r i g e r a - tor, Curtains and drapca Included -- Near schools fit shopping. Office 442-7391. BRICK DUPLEX TWO COMPLETE UNITS -Living -- dining room, two bedrooms , convenient kitchen, separate utility storage room, tiled bath and central heat in each apartment -- On large corner lot near City Park --· A choice piece of properly. Call us today. Office 4-VJ-7391. KINCAiD COMPANY REALTOR 333 N. College--412-7391 George W. Lswfa 442-5753 Mike R. Watson 412-6711 Hugh Klncaid 521-8051 Margaret Huntlcy 521-1310 'SPRING T I M E SPECIAL" 80 Acres ior Only S14.7SO. You will love all the Red Buds Dogwoods Only 20 miles from the square Call Buddy Brilton 521-22G6. Terms BARRETT-FINCHER Phone 521-1929 Jim Lir :sey Jo Anne Stanberry 3. L. Lewis Bill Preote FARMS ACREAGES No, 13 -- 31 Acres excellent pas- lure. Good fence, small storage shed, dnlLed well, large 2 acre pond. Located just off hlway. No. eu -- 109 Acres -- about 50 ncres open seeded lo bermuda and blue stem. Has 2 wells, 2 ponds, barn, and a ufeek. Priced at $35.000. No. 615 -- 8 Acres w i t h seven njien. Lai#e 3 liertropm home. Central heal, dec. appliances and built-SILK u t i l i t y room with htok up. Call for an Family rooii 'aslicr/dryc appointment to sec this property. No. 611. 80 Acres on Beaver Lake \s-ith lake frontage. Large native -.tone and cedar home has 4 bedrooms and 2 baths larpe living- room with native stone fireplace central heat and air, d,mble garage Also small 3 room fishing cabin Good county road. No. 609. 40 Acres o: rolling land About 15 open, balance large trees Good wnll and several older buildings. Located in the Harmon area No. 5fi7. 153 Acres -- about 90 open pasture. Small barn. .1 ponds, fenced.' Priced at t*af] a Me. roads, spring. $325 per acre. DENNIS THE MENACE By Ketchom Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Friday, May 3, 1974 FAYKTTKVILLI. AHKAN9A* 'Move Over, Tortoises' Few Drivers Observing Slower Speed Limit LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Move over, highway tortoises. The hares are coming back. The Associated Press clocked speeds on one segment ol Arkansas highway and found that in most cases the accelerator pedals are a liltle lower these days. The legal speed slill has a limit or 55 miles per hour. But a steady 55 on Interstate 40 showed that while it gels you there, you Ret there about last. The lest was conducted from Little Rock to Forrest City and hack. Only the interstate sec- ion lying outside the bound aries of the two cities was involved in the test. During the speed check, 'AlCM SAYS ID-TELL YA DINNER ISMT GREAT BUY Older -- Five room home, west o: V.A. Hospital on quiet s t r e e t - Carpeted Living and Dining rooms Family room with fireplace, fxil basement with paneled room Fenced hack yard. Price only ?13 500.00. Evening* call 442-66-10. CLOSE TO SQUARE Sturdy N a t i v e Stone home, large iving room with fireplace, two ig bedrooms, k i t c h e n w i t h Dining , Zoned 3-C. Call Ar evenings -- 751-0721. ALL BRICK This spacious three bodrcinm home 1 on West Sixteen is n e a r i n g completion and you can choose your own p n i n i and carpet colors. Call Doug Hartley for showing evenings -- 442-U6, - GARAGE ,. _ established General repair. Good Metal building. Gas- Pumps, Cor tier lot, acre of land. Across from proposed housing development. Room for additional busi- . Call evenings after 9 P.M, -- 521-53T;) for details. FOUR BEDROOM Small f o u r bedroom on pood level lot, fencer! hack yard. Room for garden. BuiH-Hi kitchen, washer, dryer c o n n e c t i o n s , one; bath excellent c o n d i t i o n . Price only S16,"0.00 -- $7*0.00 Io\vn -- Call 112-6640 evenings for details. BROILER-- FARM This Is an exceptionally well located farm about 23 acres level, reduces a b u n d a n c e of pasture Ne ar new 3 1 ted ro om home all steel trusses broiler house -- 15,000 Call Boug Hartley six Stale Ecology Center Hits Redfield Plant LITTLE; ROCK (AP) -- The stale Pulilic Service Commission was told Wednesday that construction of a power plant near Redfield by Arkansas Power Light Co will threaten five endangered birds. animals and R red n y . ith capacity. P.M. -- HOME LiAND BY OWNER Secluded home and 6 aures in M o u n t a i n Woodland 3 miles from . t ,1 U n i v e r s i t y , near Hwy. 62 West. " v Open contemporary design hy ar: . ehitecM. western cedar c o n s t r u c - tion, -1 bedrooms. 2 baths, screen porch, -stone fireplace, quarter basement, kennels. Includes drapes, couch, table, dishwasher, refrigerator, stove, many built ins, housi .ind B acres. S59.CHX). Call 113-212A a f t e r 6:00. No. RSI -- 1\ Acres adjoitiinp Fay- ctlcvlllc city l:mtls. N.itunil gas and water, close. Large trees, beautiful bul filing sites and; exeellcn terms wilh owner. No. 582. CO Acres, 1GOO' of beautiful year round creek frontage. Excellent builciinfi sites very good soil, targe Irces, perimeter fence, only seven miles from Fayetteville. Terms with owner. ,. 597 -- 40 ACRES -- 35 acres ion pasture, good perimeter fence, ponds, spring, black top road, crnis with owner. Prairie Gro ihools, i o. o77 -- 90 Acres 75 in bottom nd pasture over U mile W h i t e iver frontage 10,000 broilers lated and auto. Two story line Large barn, new r ied. LOW DOWN PAYMENT On this large 3 bedroom brick home, northeast location, has ]a family room w i t h fireplace, nil . electric kitchen, large living room, ' . c e n t r a l heat and air, 2 baths and extra larcc two car jrjimge with lots of storage. Home is less I n n : seven years old and in exccllen shape. Feel iffc to call us fo showing. IFYOU*RE BUYING OR »BUUN» YOU WANT REALTY Fred Merlon : Jack Huge Gene Hamm S39-2669 751-1S.V -M3-'-'62 THAT SPECIAL DREAM -.' Home on a hill with a gorgeous view and almost 4 acres of youi own hind. LARGE 3 bedroom and ~ den house decorated in Spanish motif 3 full baths, f o r m a l living room, Iui£e pane let) f a m i l y room f w i t h a d j o i n i n g well planned kit . , « h c n . Located in FayclteviLti · -school area, trity water. Ras nn school bus. Jiisl 10 minutes f r o m downtown FayeUcville. STURDY RED BRICK " 2 redroom home in Northeast area ; C e n t r a l heat and air. carpeting ' " nice k i t c h e n and dining space, u l i l ily nmm. and carport. Level lo near shopping area. Ideal For cou pie, and! priced to sell al 21,000. BLANCA New .1 bedroom. ?. bath brick on l',a acres just off Hwy. 16 Wes heat and air. nat. gas drilled well, 2 car garajge. Most nt · ·* t r a c t ice 4 months young in min - condition. T,ls1ed hy Jan llenson. WE NEED LISTINGS On all si/e homes, farm. 1 ? an .1 c rea ges . We ha v t? buyers for a .. types of l a n d and investment prop i '',« rites. Mst yonr property wit ·· '. ' .'. for professional service. .IMS N. College * JulEe Eaves Jan Henson Wilma cooIEcfc Loris Stanton 521-708 U2-87 'TOR SALR by owner: Thr ' . 3 bathrooms, fireplace, d : lot focal ion, anl aeighbro '·' -521 -40(3. LOVING HOME NEEDS NEW FAMILY 2 Acres off 45 Eaat, Bullorffe School, brown cedar, n a t i v e ston trim a n d fireplace. Over 1,800 sc ft. Central a-c, carpeted. 3 bei room 2 baths, huge family root riintnffroom, kitchen wilh eatin space. Stable for HORSES. Com pletely fenced. Ey Owner. '' ' TWO F.EimOOM hous«, two Works fr . U at A campus, Frisoi. lot Sto: H.MP. Phoie «2-55u9_or_443-3ijI VOft SAUE In Fa rml niflan, 6tfi hnniM lurch Kirex-t, Soutii ot Baptll Churc FIFTEEN ACRES South on Highway 2, pood horn sites plus tinVier. fiood pond. Call evenings Les Davis -- 521-4-1-I8. GOING BUSINESS and a two way income producer. Drive-in Fleslaurant and Service S t n t i o n on Main Highway, close to FayRtteville. Call Les Davis evenings -- 521-M1S. FRONTIER The Arkansas Ecology Center said the endangered creatures located on the 3,400 ncrc plant site ore the Red-Cockaded Woodpeckers, Bald Eagles, Os- |)reys, falcons and mountain lions. The state P l a n n i n g Department and Ecology Center filed documents Wednesday in response to APL's environmental impact statement, on the plant. On Fob. 12. the utility filed answers to 188 questions posed by the PSC after it ruled that the utility's original impact statement was deficient. The PSC has set a hearing June 17 on APl/s application for a certificate of public need and environmental compata- biiity. The Planning Department contends that the utility made no attempt to list or locate a site for the endangered species or assess the loss of the habitat which will disliu-b or destroy the species. The Ecology Center charged t h a i APt,'s reponses lo the /»| 4 I · I* CIA Airline Moves POWs SAIGON, South Vietnam (At-*) -- Air America, the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency airline, was used lo transport North Vietnamese troops cap- ,urcd by South Vietnamese forces in a battle this week, U.S. ambassador Graham A. Martin admitted today. ' Martin denied t h a i this was a violation of the Vietnam cease- fire agreement, w h i c h says in Article; 4: "The United States will not continue its military involvement or intervene in the internal affairs of South Vietnam." M a r t i n made- bis admission after Associated Press photographs taken in the Mekong Delta showed uniformed South Vietnamese troops loadin,, handcuffed Vietnamese aboard a plane marked Air America. The ambassador said Answer Is Fifed In Suit Against Dr. Lushbaugh An answer has been filed in Washington Circuit Court by attorneys for Dr. H a r m o n Lush baugh of Fayetteville in a neglige tice suit filed againsi him in April by Mr. and Airs Sandra Slifer of Springdale. The complaint by llic Slifers alleged tliat Dr. Lushbaugh !ef a polyethylene catheter, used in Administering a caudle during childbirth, in PSC SCTVHlJ f YOU'RE BW1N3 0" SK YOU WANT REALTY 521-5585 red Merlon nek Huge cne Ha mm 829-2606 751-7835 443-2602 REALTOR REAL 8 | J 1 0 T 5 N. College 521-6700 521-5833 tes Davis 521-4448 Doug Hartley 442-6446 Arthur Clark 751-9724 Bill lazenby questions were ; and arbitrary." [homed wounded the transport of North Vietnamese the request of I h e South Vietnamese government manitarian reasons." for He "hu- said Legal Notices-- Country Living in the C j t y - $17,500 acres, small out building, barn, cticert in Iwck. 2 Bdr.; 1 bath ionic. A l u m in inn siding. Clean. don't walk, lo the nearest hone. Ron Pyeall. 521-2714. This Large Lot h Shade Trees R really clean 3 bdr.: 2 bath rame home. Has all new carpet. ncludes range and refrigerator. Quiet neighborhood in Springrlale. r.t ciHftcuU to f i n d this kind a£ inme for under S20.000 but I his ·no is only JlS.TTiO. See it today. Ron Pyealt. 521-2714. he Heat's On | V h a t with inflation and rising t n - | crest. This property can lower the hcrmostal. Includes 4 bdr.; 2 ',2 nlh 2-story home. Good condi- iin but needs TLC. AND a ! dr.; 1 baih rent house w i t h k i t - chen flppli.ince.s. This property will pay for itself. Only $18,500, Call K a l h c r i n e Fiser. 521-4303. Attention Large Families -- $23,500 ' .low does this grab you? 6 bdr-; 2 baths; 2-story, A golden oldie. I's in excellent condition. Has recently been p a t n l c d and has new carpet. Try it -- we think you'll ike it. And the price has been dropped from $:5,500 (o $11,500. Call Ken Tillman. The Key To The Value Of Thjs Property fs floor spncc. This now S bdr.: 2 'hath home ha* large rooms -- a rarity these days. And .since it's new you can shape it* character the way YOU w a n t U. For the price it will be hard to heat. Call KaO/ierlne Fiser. 521-4303. Unexpected Extras With This Property fncludes Bunroom. fireplace, an of- fkfr, professionally landscaped lawn, chandelier in dining room, L5 acres. 3 bdr.; 2 baths, range re- friserator, washer/dryer, c e n t r a l heat and air. Call Ken Tillman about price -- it may not be as much as you think- 521-6979. DAV I 5 1617 N. Office 521-8660 Bryce Davi* Katherlne Flier Ron Pyeatt Ken Tillman Nolle i* TK THE! PitOIJA'I'B COUI1T O!-* WASHINGTON' COUNTS, A R K A N S A S In Ihe nuiUer of 1li? eslnle of Oiarlc nonneU Holler, deceased No. P7-I f/1 Last known nj]dro.s of tteecdciu: Lin Arknnsns DiUo nf dcalli: .April 3D. If'TI An i n*1 run lent lalec! «i)ril 10. !!7-l. wjiii on llic 23rtJ rlay of A[iri], 1971. milled to probjilc ns (lie lasl will .mdemlpned hus l«cn nppoinlcd oxeci lhereunkr, A contest of I he iirobntc if tlic will cfln be rJfoclod only by li i petition within the lime- provided law. All persons hnvInK claims npnins! (he estate must exhibit them, duly verified Ford Claims Nixon Is Now Exonerated CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) -Vice President Gerald R. Ford has called for bipartisan support of President Nixon, saying the Wliite House transcripts of Watergate tapes exonerate Nixon of any wrongdoing. "I'm convinced, on the basis of what I've known before, and wlial I've learned in the last 48 hours, t h a t ihe President is innocent of (hose charges and will he exonerated," Ford tolc about '100 persons at a $100-a- p I a t e Republican rtinnei Wednesday n i g h t . Ford said it was time to resolve tlie House impeachment i n q u i r y so the President could devote his time to other matters. "We should push for action in the Judiciary Commilteo a n d . if it gets out of there, on the floor of the House," he said. he didn't know six other prisoners would be added to the flight. The photographs show that one of the prisoners was wounded in the leg. hut he was walking toward the plane lo hoard it after being put on exhibit with ihe other prisoners before the people of the nearby town of Moc Hoa. The North Vietnamese were flown from Moc Hoa, 45 miles west of Saigon, to Can Tho, farther south. Air America dochina as the block Mrs Sandra Slifer's back, and tha .he tube is now lodged in he lumbar spine. Mrs. Slifer claims that since the childbirth on Aug. 30, 197.3 she had various medical ex aenses and will have to hav 'requenl medical examination for the rest of her life becaus of Ihe catheter. She seek $60.000 and her husband seek $15.005 loss of consortium. In Iheir complaint the Slifer claim that Dr. Lushbaugh ha exclusive control of the are and that the doctrine of res ips loquUor applies. In Iheir answer, Dr. Lush baugh's attorneys claim tha that doctrine does not apply i cases of alleged negligence i medicine, k a n s a s decisions. according Supreme to Ar Cour The doctrine, translated means the "thing spc-aks fo i t s e l f , ' ' a n d implies, f o example, that the fact of th improper presence of th c a t h e t e r would impl negligence without negligenc being specifically proven. came · to air transport arm of the CIA's secret war in ,a vhile the , wJlhln six m1h f 1hc First pLiljlicnlini they shall be lorover bcnefi Martin explained lhat it is now under contract is receiving from county of 1h ol this irirrcd anrl [rccliidcci fro n llio cs1a1c. This nrtlcc lirst publish l April, 1971, Kobcrt Gtocklonl Henl Executor Tliurmarul A Everett P. O. Ho* A Prairie Gnivc, A r h i i n s n s 2ln - y, JTay ?, Youths Caught S P R I N G D A L E - Three youlhs were caught shoveling about ISO pounds of corn from a Frisco railroad hop-per car at Rhodes Avenue Wednesday. The boys were loading .'.he corn into a wagon and selling it to residents. Railroad officials chose not to press charges. XOTICI: TO fiiosriirrivK RITIMKHS TliL' City of !vellevil!e, Arfc.insns \vill ·ccpl .scnlpd Iml* imlil 10:TO ,YM. fni 17. 1!*7! for 5.010 li '·-Inch oprie [ipc. Diildin^ Torino ,-itul iv 1*3 ncquiml nl tlie · Miin-ipcr's Olfirf nn U'csl Mrnml eel. The Cily reserves ttic rulu to ·epl or rejrel any or nil hitls niui XOTICI: TO pRosrrmvi: HIIIIIKRS The Cily of Faycl t'ille. accept sealed blrh until 19:00 A.M. on Mi!- II, 1071 Ior Ihe TiirnisliinK flml Installation ot nne police luo-wny radio itn scanner and scrambler. Hid forms. pccUiCftlinas. terms and conditions may ho ftcn'iircd at the City Mnnacor's Office- In Ihe Cily Arimlnlstr.-nion Building on Mourilain Slrrrt. The City rcservM (he rich! to arc-ei*. or Tojrc-t n n y 97 ail Wds. waive formalizes in Ihe b:iMins. and In make a hid award tli-fmed lo he In the best Interest of the City. Registration Set G K K B N ' L A N D - Registration for kindergarten and f i r s t grade students who will attend Greenland School for the f i r s t lime w i l l be held next week. Registration for kindergarten students will ho held Way 0 and for first grade May 10. Parents or g u a r d i a n s asked lo accompany children and bring birth certificates ant i m m u n i z a t i o n records to regis ter on the above dates. o the four-nation International Commission of Control and Supervision which is supposed to ·nonitor the Vietnam cease-fire, t also is under contract to the U.S. Embassy for purely American business, mostly courier Lrips around South Vietnam. Residents Complain About County Crews Washington County Judge Vot Lester says ho c o m p l a i n t s residents whoso yards ami property are being disturbed by county cre\vs clearing off the edges of blacklopping, Lester snys t h a t grass ami Jirt build up on the edges of ,hc blacktop. Forming a sort of dam. Tho "dam" holds water, which causes the edges of the alaektop to crumble away, The county crews clear off the debris at the edge of the Mack top lo keep it from "raveling away," according to Lester. Lester says he understands residents* complaints at having the edges of their la\vns disturbed, hut says Ihe grading and r e f i l l i n g is necessary to preserve the roads, chicles going taster than 55 itlcs per hour passed the AP ·st car. The AP, in t u r n , rolled only four vehicles which y ere traveling at less than 55 lies per hour. Heforc the energy crisis slow- own, the speed limit was 70 on lis highway. The four passed by the AP ar were: --A regular pickup truck. --A pickup wilh camper bel owing a camper trailer which -as towing a trailer and motor- oat. --A dump truck towing a railer bearing a backhoe. --An ' Arkansas Power ,ight Co. maintenance truck. The AP car was passed by I I 'ickups, 35 semitrailer rigs, '17 utomobiles and one ambU' aiice. No police car was observed n tlie highway at any point. TWO SPEEDERS Only a couple of vehicles ap icarcd to be speeding greatly, ioth hnre Tennessee license lates and went by the AP car ike shots. Most other vehicles passing lie test ear, including the semi- raclor rigs, went by at a [ivm nit not frantic rate. They ap- jeared to be going about 60 to : 'Z mites per hour. Most ot Ihe vehicles on the lighway, incidentally, bore li cense plates from other slates. Among the 47 automobiles, and 11 pickups, a total of 30 bore .he plates of other states. Among the 35 tractor-ti'ailci ·igs, foreign plates number 23. The ambulance was Arkansas iccnsed. Col. W.C. Miller Stale Police director, told the Stale Police Commission last month thai drivers apparently would slow down to save fuel, but not to save lives. Fatalities under the reduced speed limits this year have to taled about 35 f e w e r than lasl year when speed limits wcro higher. Miller said faster driv- ng in recent weeks seemed to be the results of the idea lhat asoline sunnlics are adcquata a g a i n . Ho lold the commission tho policy would be strict enforcement. The agency issued tickets for 7,008 speeding violations in February and 6.535 in March. State Police statistics showed. A spokesman for the Stato Police said troojicrs lend lo ignore a speeder wtu exceeds the limit by only three or four miles per hour. Some allow a variance up to seven miles per hour "They want, lo hit those guys who ily by at 70 or 75. though," the spokesman said . While few motorists are going that fast, this week's test in dicatcs they arc moving in that direction. New Test Urged WASHINGTON (AP) Three Washington doctors want hospitals to start using g\ recently developed screening test for detecting cystic fihrosis among infants. Drs. L.L. Kulczycki. R. Chandra and K.D. Anderson of Chil rircn's Hospital and George Washington and Georgetown Universities said the lest in dicatcs cyslic fibrosis may af feet one in every 1,000 babies compared with previous esli males of one in every ],50fl. The new screening test cat be performed in less than a minute. HEAVY DUTY For all American made pickups and cars except some Eldora- dos and Toronados. $ 12 00 INSTALLED I Lifetime G u a r a n t e e D U A L S Adding One Side Including One Muffler Both Sides Including Both Mufflers SEEBURG MUFFLER Highway 7! North. North of City LlmTls. Springdale. Arkansas Windshield Broken S P U I N G D A 1, F, -- Lnm Taylor reported the windshield on his truck parked in Croni of his house at 2506 T r u d i Strcci \vis broken mil night. Police said used. Estimated S150. Wednesday, n rock w;is tin mage is Irmi Markcy sine! Oflicer Lawn Mower Stolen. SPRIN'ODAT.E--A r i d i n g lawn mower was stolen f r o m the Springdale Tractors snlcs !ol on Hwy. 71 soulh some time bcl- wec'n Monday and Wednesday. The red vehicle is valued $926.65. Veterans' Assistance James Snow, veterans affairs officer for Washington County. has announced that he will be in his office on the f o u r t h floor of (he Courthouse on Wednesdays. Snow will ho available lo discuss veterans' problems. Me w i l l travel on other weekdays in the counlv and be at the Veterans Hospital for consultations. FARMIXGTON. 3 lirfroom home, flar- den jyfcr.te'l. IjOt IWhrttS. all »A«r 5:00 u4 at mduadi. MUTtt. Lumber Stolen SPRINGDALE -- A local contractor reported about $300 worth of plywood sheets were stolen from a house construe- tion site Tuesday night or early Wednesday, police said today. An employe of c o n t r a c t o r Stan Howard said the wood was stolen from the northwest part of the lot at 1713 Ridgevinw Drive. Police believe two persona hauled the lumber away in a pickup trufk. House Burglarized Gerald Golden of North Nob Hill told sheriff's deputies that a .22 caliber rifle, a 20 gauge shotgun and case, a box of shotgun Fhclls and a 35 millimeter camera ami case were stolen from his home Tuesday. Golden said the items were taken from a bedroom In the unlocked home. Irish Setter Stolen A tivo-year-old registered Irish setter was reported stolen A p r i l 23 from Patricia Macy, Rome I. Springdale. Mrs. f.acy told sheriff's deputies Wednesday t h a t the ciog was tied with a leash at her home at the time of the theft. WITH SATELLITE REMOTE CONTROL ITEMS SUCH AS STCTPIW STO- NfS, PARKING CURBS,SPLfcSH 810CKS,A1R CONQITONING PADS AND EXPOSED AGGREGATE PANELS. CONTACT US FOR INFORMATION ON TH6S6 AMD OTHER PRODUCTS. "At Home" Sect/on; Energy- and Dollar-Saving Ideas "Rooms lhat use water, large amounts oj clectricilj anil excess heat --these are your home's 'energy rooms' And here's whir pulling ofj remodeling them could be costing you money!" You don't have to be an "ecology freak" to know that water, electric and fuel bills are skyrocketing -- and turning y e s t e r d a y ' s " ' d r e a m houses" into today's nightmares. To help you fight back, Family Weekly Women's Editor Rosalyn Abrevaya has designed a colorfully illustrated pullout-and'Save section-"The 'Energy Rooms' in Your Home: Do Them Over -- Use Them Better." Look for the experts' money-saving tips on how to make the best -- and most efficient--use of every room in your home. · And you'll find another expert's suggestions on ways to refinish old furniture so the pieces are totally yours, in "So You Want to Refinish That Old Piece of Furniture." ' Plus: "Roof and Blacktop Repairs," by TV's Wally Bruner; and Roz Abrevaya's dollar-saving ideas for the preparation, selection and installation of attic insulation. In your copy of the SfnrtJguirft Arbuuu PORTABLE COLOR TV VALUE PRICED $ 399 99 CART F R E E MODEL TP5S05LW 18" diagonal COLOR TV WITH FAMOUS QUASAR RELIABILITY AND PERFORMANCE. PRICE INCLUDES CART AND REMOTE CONTROL. Special Values on All 1974 Models Wood's Radio TV 405 West Huntsville Springdale, Ark. 751-7162 Town Country Homecenfer, inc. 1153 S. School Fayetteville, Ark. 521-4273

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