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39-Offic* Span, Buildings for Rent . rn S.I l£,'"y" r T"'" 011 " 1 K0 W te«l. Loni l*im I» H TOlirtfc. ,'M purl. Id»l for ,taf. wilfhguM or iL f C f . Plioi . Bultd!n«. r T"' m I» ,taf. e 4I3.?65«. ,. p.tir cmttr. 5.0CO ssmre (MI, «lr. TMri*ls. lTM talhs and OFFICE BUILDING FOR RENT 935 N Collete. 5 oHice, , nd . " r °° mi C ' U J ' m TM TM» k « Baker- Freeman 1618 N. College REALTOR Co. 521-1300 41-For Rent-Miteellonecm .;. SECURITY SEI F-STORAC-E UNITS SIGHT LIGHTING 7HUol trtot* fot Sot* 47-*«al 100% VA AVAILABLE A-101. 3 Bedroom. 2 Bath, larie livIng-famUj- room. Sun deck. Cedar fenced yard. Larfe lot. WaUtlnf dtitanet to school. Call Mildred Graue. 442-4MO. Call uj we have olher houm eligible lor 1001 V.A. Flnancir.s. A-135. Shopping convenience. Lovely f o u r bedroom .2 bathrooms. Beautiful fenced back yard look- ins into Ihe valley -- See to appre- call Patt Carmichael -- elate -WJ-4117. A-134. lnve»t In this well k e p t house. On« : Bedroom block from U. of A. Garage ft fenced yard -call Maxlne Smith -- 4*2-2291. A-119. Owner leaving Reduced -3 Bedroom l"i bath, brick home. Large living space wilh kitchen plus formal living, fenced yard. Wooded lot. Call for more details. 2243 N. College 521-1180 Phone 75 MOW \\TLL rent rtorthMst DC 443-3713, for horses In city 42-Wanfed To Rent Or Leose QUIET Inexpensive bouse outers of Fay. etovlllr. wilh man spot Call 53-7653, 6.30^ a.m. or 6:oO p.m. WANT to rent: irSnmlshcj taut ~h West Fork, GrpenNnd area; food r*fer- 43--Real Estate--Wanted ' APPROXIMATELY ifrso acres witiT without talM, trilhln 30 mller ol FaO. _ clln-llle. ReasonaKy pricrt. Write information to : Leon Lowe, ??0) Sutton Drive. Joneiboro, Ark. 73301. rTM?TM to "»l w Isare: pasture land, l.DTO acres or more, nny and all size 4S--lots For Sale ONE acre hnlMtaj site on shidonri DrKp. brenlhlnklne Mow. In soled neigh, borfiood. For [urther Injomiation cat] «2- BUILDING SITES LARGE LOTS, CLOSE DT. NEW AREA. HAS A BEAUTIFUL VIEW ALL UTILITIES. YOU WILL H A V E TO SEE TO APPRECIATE. TERMS £*£ AVAILABLE. BY OWNER, REAITOR Call: Patt Carmichael Bill Keeton Maxine Smith LeRoy WillU Bill C. Graue Mildred Graue U3-4I17 521-1415 442-2291 (42-M16 521-3792 442-424D HAPPINESS Is to be found In this fine 1 year old home in the NE area that has everything. 3 bedrooms 2 baths, Family room with, fireplace complete kitchen -- all tastefully decorated. CH A. 2 car garage. Large loan can be assumed. In the Thirties. FAUCETTE REALTORS 1202 N. CoUtgf OttiM Evenings and weekends call: Virginia Bowers Christine Btondeau G. C. Faucette Martha Davis Syfvia Danforth Cathy Boyd Res. «!-«30S Res. Res. -U2-22T7 Res. 413-i*39 Res. 412-9955 Res. 521-S9T1 46-- Forms Acreoge» APPROXIMATELY 20 rared acres mte from lake. « m!1( . (rom wvenl ' e Cttrii, K'rnis or TOnlnu-t. rhnr.e 4I2-;*rr 15 ACRES. Bwmtihll biilWIng slles wilh a 20 nii!e vie*. 2 miles tnxn Fayeltj. «ltc. city limiU. ?S.5W. ^43-?0!9 -BY OVl-TiKR: 160 acres, near Dcrtfi Ien, m»t]y wooded, mounts I rrtxis or- h - v ' ar round ·""·"· LONG TERM LOAXB H larve And *n*U larm*--Federal Land Bank AMOC. PIXXM K2-R3 for more tafomattcn. S H R E V E REAL ESTATE Hwy 112 N., Foyetteville NEEDS LISTINGS and SALES PERSONNEL Phone 442-9100 HENRY SHREVE WOMAN'S WORLD 591 WUt " C a t c h all breezes in mat ehing, bare midriff lops! .'INSTANT-KNITS! Use rug yarn (75 per cent rayon, 25 per cent cotton) in 3 flag-bright colors for easy lops. Patlern 591: Misses' Sizes S (8-10); M (12-14); L (16); Girls' -1-10 incl. 75 CENTS each pattern -add 25 centr, each pattern for first-class mail and special handling. Send lo Laura Whec- e r Northwest Arkansas tlMES, 150, Needlecraft Dcpl., Box 161, 0:d Chelsea Station, New York, N.Y. 10011. Print Pattern Numhcr, Name, Address. Zip. NEW! 1974 Noedlccraft Catalog :overs the creative scene -suit, crochet, fashions, embroidery, ti'iills. more! 75 cents NKW! Sew phis Knit Book has basic tissue pallern ..··...$1.2; NEW! NcMilepoint Book ..$l.0( HEW! Flower Crochet .. $1.0( Hairpin Crochet Rook S1.0( Instant Crochet Book $1.00 Instant Money Hook $1.W Instant Macrame Book ....»!.00 Complete Gift Book $1.00 Complete Afghans No. 14 ..Jl.Oft 12 Prize Affihans No. 12 50 cents Book of 16 Quilts N'o. 1 .50 cents Museum Quilt Book No. 2 .. 50 cents 15 Quilts for Today No. S ....M cents Book of 1» .Tiffy Rugs . .50 cents A Convenient Sewing and hopping Guide for Today 1 ! Gal on the Go, PRINTED PATTERN 4730 8-18 Sal«- 0 Acre* unimproved. Road on hr« j[d««. Land near level wUh small timber. Some old rfeldj. Just off highway with food acceu to property. '. Acre* -- old two »tory frame lome. Level, 2 welU. lota- of fruit ret*. Low down, owner finance*. No. C13 -- 11 Acre* excellent pas- ure. Good fence, amall itorare died, drilled well. lar» 2 acre ?ond. Located, juit off hiway. No. 611. 80 Acre* on Beaver Lake with lake frontage. Large native itone and cedar home has 4 bedrooms and 2 batha large living, room with native atone fireplace, central heat and air, double garage. Also email 3 room fishing cabin, ^ood county road. t Acrej -- with seven open. Large three bedroom home. Central heat, electric appliances and bullt-ina. Family room, utility room with wajher-dryer hook-up. Call for an appointment to see this property. No. SOS. 35 Acre* -- about » acres open and in excellent paature. Balance has large trees and u rolling land. Large spring flows on sroperty and located Ju»t off Macktop. highway. No. 583. 60 Acres, 1600 1 of beautl- _ year round creek frontage. Excellent building sites very good soil, large trees, perimeter fence, only seven mi!e* from Fayer ville. Terrrj; with owner. Acres -- all in excellent pas- lure with two wells, three springs, tour ponds hog wire fencing. This excellent income property features five poultry houses with 80,000 -- pacity. All insulated and autor . Lie. Native atone seven room, three bedroom home, two barns and a workshop. Call for more information on this farm. 'RC BUYING OR SCUJNO YOU WANT REALTY Fred Merlon Jack Huge Gene Hamm S39-K66 751-7833 443-2692 OAK MANOR S/D Something new (1,300 m. ft. heated and a/c space. Something nice (3 bd. rm. brick -- conventional design) Great location (inc. comer- shaded lot) Competitive Jrice -Contact B. L. Lewis. DRIVE BY 1109 EASTWOOD DR)VE and set turned on by this exquisitely landscaped retirement home Large tree shaded lot with lots of privacy. 1700 sq. ft. oC meticulously maintained residential property. Call Gladys Sonneman today. DRIVE BY 17W Viewpoint. If you are looking (or a Colonial Home -- this is It 2100 sq, f t . 3 bd. rm., brick with fenced back yard, s u n turf gr* storm wmdows, humidifier, beamed celling in family room, gamp room formal Laving and Dining Rooms, custom drapes throughout all 1h£s plua panoramic view and only SM.500.tXl. Call Gladys Sonneman today, 2350 SQ. FT. of leautiful brick home, locator on exclusive iVlanor Drive. 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, 1 fireplaces, -Formal Living and Dining Rooms, N Family Koom, Extra large lot (o 1 acre). Shown by appointment INTRODUCING A new concept in living. A new brick. Lawrence Evans constructed Mediterranean design, 3 bedroom home. 2000 sq. ft. of gracious liv int space and featuring the u n equaled Hyland Park View. We in vite your inspection today. LINDSEY ASSOC. 4 acres of choice land in Elkins · i t h lota of improvements ] :ory "-room home w i t h bath, fi _ lace and built-in china cabinet, rn. loafing shed. Implement uilding. smokehouse, hen house, e l l a r and o t h e r buildings. Pond, hie of the best stands of fescue n the County. Lots of .shade trees r o u n d the home- New price of 00. (OWNER WILL- COXSFD- FR TRADE IXG FOR HOISfE TN OUTHWEST PART OF SPRH\'G- ·ALE.) For a p p o i n t m e n t , CALL HEINEY REALTY CO. Hwy. 16 East 442-9236 / / f | l X \ 3S35 N. College TO Anne Stanberry 3. L. Lewis I Im Li ndaey J. W. Gabel ^arry Do-well S p a r k y Cunningham Gladys Sonneman Farrell Conner BUI Preece All-seasons wardrobe! Sew pantsuit in any of five slim, young versions. Crochet cape in easy shell stitch. Printed Pattern 4730: Misses' Sizes 8. 10, 12, 14, 16, 18. Half Sizes 10',i. 1214, 1-IVS, 1614. 18!4. PLEASE STATE DRESS SIZE Send $1.00 lor each pattern. Add 25 cents for each pattern for first class mail and special handling. Send to Anne Adams, Northwest Arkansas TIMES, 43ft. Pattern Dept., 243 West 17th St.. New York, N.Y. 10011. Print NAME. ADDRESS. 7AP, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. DOUBLE BONUS! Choose one pattern free in New SPRING- SUMMER Pattern Catalog. Get one free paltern printed inside. 100 beautiful fashions, all sizes. Send 75 cents now. New! Sew plus Knit Book -has basic t'ssue pattern ..$1.25 $1.00 $.00 Instant Sewing Book Instant Fashion Book REAITOR Phone 521-661 442-S63 521-570L 52 1 -557 412-9463 412-695! 521-121; 521-313' 521-2734 521-4022 TWO DUPLEXES 1 brick -- 1 Cedar shades. Well locator h lr«5. E\x»Hent occupancy re o bedrooms eac+i np. Central atr, carpettns and dmpos. b g*5, washer-drj'er eonnoctio^s. 3 age with sloraee room, parttin? are* Owner, 445-7088. LIST WITK US FOR 3 GOOD REASONS e think our sense of Values --our 11st of good prospects -our tireless efforts -- Will glad you called us! mak- FRONTIER REAL ESTATE Company REAUOC Doug Hartley .... Les Davis Arthur Clark Lazenby 1015 N. College 521-6700 442-6446 521-444: 751-972. 521-5833 ENGLISH COUNTRY HOUSE ilxn of thin 4 bedroom and dci .. bath briclc home In Butter field ts very atriking. and the in l«r:or is beautifully decorated an draped, carpeted, with Solarium i kitchen, breakfast area and utll ty. Central heat and sir. 2 ca garage. 100x192 landscaped lot wil frees. JUST W5.500. Listed by Juli Eaves, NEAT AND COZY 3 bilrm and den. 2 balh ranc with self-clean ran^e DW dts poser. CarpeU, drapes, air, 2 __ garage. In excellent conditio throughout. JUST J29.SOO. In But tcrfield school area. QUIET AND PRIVATE Live on your own 3.8 acres wi a great view and b e a u t i f u l new bdnn. 3 bath h o m e decorated 1 t h e Spanish motif. City water, ga F a y e t t e v i l l e phone and school (bus H u g e Elt f a m i l y room wilh itt D i n i n g kitchen, formal living FOOT f i r e p l a c e . Nicely landscaped ai trees. You've go I to aec this appreciate. STURDY AND BRICK 2 bedroom, near new home Northeast. Central heat *n ?__ carpeting, carport. Level lot nea ·hopping. A great buy at $31,000 190 N. Collefi Julie Cavn Jan Henson Wilm* Coollck LorU Stanton MOKHJ: homer lrt^ with I2x* pane:, room add*.!. 2 Iwdrtwmi on two »cr U ea WhU* RJvf 7-ft*at Estat«-Fer Sale- 80 GOOD ACRES !wncr financing. All open except bout 2 acm for ihade anri 'shelter. ue pa«ture$, mostly new fence. , mile from blaclttopp«i hl«h- ay on graveled County Road. ay barn, Sh«et metal barn, sheet .etal 4 stall machinery shed. Sheds, ear new brick. lo\-e]y luxury onstruction. 2 bedroom. 2 bath, welling central heat and air, car- eted. Builtins. Insulated. Utility 'om. 2 cement carporti. mature hade, cellar, view. Good water, ponds. International 140 tractor ·ith attachments. Cows and calves, wner finance land. 29^ down. inclnnati area. ACRES Costly fenced. Approx, 50 acres pen In Fescue and Bermuda. urn more suitable for^ pasture. old houses. Pond; 'spring. Ou o u n t y Road. J37.00Q.. rick nca r new 3 bed room a n d aniily room, with 2 waits brick. "wo ceramic b a t h s , on approx- mately I Acres. Barn and pond. .-ner built with many extras. e n t r a l heat and atr carpeted, eautiful mature shade. Stunning brick with white Cables. rk . hown by appointment. New lUt- Close In Lincoln. X)R LARGE RANCHES SEE tZ. OLETA' CAMPBELL REALTY W. Buchanan -- Hwy. 3 W. Phone 84C-3905 - Prairie Grove,. Arkania* HOUSE FOR SALE O w n e r Leaving FavetteviHe Bedroom ranch stvle '2 Baths block f r o m Woodland Jr. High, ackyard patio and .garden plot, a c i e n d l y neighborhood on a quiet reet, conveniently located for lopping. 552,750 hown by owner -- Call 521*4779 ELKINS j bodroonis. two baths, corner lol. OTJTH SPRING DALK. Tnr?* bedn rick, 1*£ baths, central heat/air, cartels, disposal, fenced yard, gas range, ·aahcr/dryer coniiecUins. XtM- schools Jioppin?, Call owner Til-SCTB. ICE older two bo^rcwm home 0.1 Ijv* ores wilh flreptare anrt «irVj*iop, pond ^me timber, Feven miles from Fayette- iU«.. 519,000. Phone SW3TS9. 47-HTMl E»»qt TIM Sale BY OWNER 6o4 acre in Prairie Grove, i acre in garden t h a t zoes with p'ace. \Va- t*r cooler, gas cookstove c e n t r a l hratr three bedroom, small chicken house and pen lots of shade trees, cancberries. strawberries, apple tree, cellar, rugs, good fence. Quick possession. Phone SW-2508. tixon Plan For Women Dampened By Watergate NEW, 3 twdroxn houjo *ith small acre* , covered pa 1 !.-*, carport, fully carpet. J00.5W. 2 bedroom duplex, excellent condition. fenoM lo!. Can easily bo con- od to 4 bedroom hou«. flS.500. Pixxi* 38 ACRES on Round M o u n t a i n . About 20 acre* has been dozed. Pond. Drilled well.. aW feet deep. Fayettevillc Schools a~od " Phone. S600.CW per acre.- DIAL -M2-92 . 30 ACRES of unimproved land Xorth of Wheeler. Sprinsdale Schools. N'ixa CUrksviHe chert y silt loam so:\ types. DIAL W2-9:36. 31 ACRES h s p r i n g . " Scenic b l u f f . Land Is all wooded. On county road, about 2 ' j miles f r o m blacktop. Greenland School ElkEns phone. About 17 miles from downtown. S9.000.00. CALL: HEINEY REALTY CO. Hwy 16 East 442-9236 BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOME By cv.yner. Butter-field, 4 bedrooms walk-in closet, two baths, shag carpeting, slate entrance hall, l i v i n g room; paneled den/fireplace, dining area, dishwasher self-cleaning oven, p a n t r y , utility room, central air. paneled double garage, fenced- in yard, jas g r i l l , lovely trees. sr- low e q u i t y loan can be assumed, 542,000. Phone 521-6190. BY OWNER 3 bedroom, 1H baths, carpetH, central afr/hpct. den ivJth woodtmrninj; firep'ace, dishwasher, doub'e e'edrir ovens. En- c'osH Slick yard, convenient to schools. Phone 442-2581 or 521-17SS. SUBURBAN Three bedroom den home about Mi years old. About 5 miles from Fayetteville city limits. 2V 2 baths, Central Heat, Garage. Complete kitchen. And the home is situated on 3 acres. Owner will sell to qualified veteran under IQOTs Gl loan. Price S25.500. ASSUME existing loan, about and move into this $2.000 down neat 3 bed- BOSTON MOUNTAIN VIEW *rom the living *nJ dining rooms and h* larga privale terrace is so prelt; nd ever changing. The seed planning spaciousness ol the Kitchen, famltj. room nnd the master suite plus 2 olher iwe:oas bedrooms and 3^i balhs, m«ko n i i a Joyful p'ace lo live. It's quiet, n e acre of privacy. R nd amon a other ine homes. Listed by Julie Eaves. YOU CAN'T REPLACE tus a bedrcvcn and den brick and frame home with i(s -5,000 sq. It. of living area the price we have it listed Formal iv-ir* and dining rooms, VA balhs, fully pped kitchen, utility room, 3.5 acr,-s of land, hujre patio adjoining d^n, many Mher wonderful features we know you'll ike. Just oft Crossover Road In choice rea of tin* boniss. 'POPULAR PRICED BRICK With 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, family room with fireplace, central xas heat and air, nicely decorated, and draped, 2 car gar *ze, In Root School area. Priced a! just W. Listed by Julie Eaves. LARGE OLDER HOME Thnfi boon part:rally remodel. FORTY VCRES OE' LAXD, an Hwy. 63 L'as'. of ;pr:nst1alo. All fenced and cross-fenced, ols of springs, (city water, too), and all his privacy you'd want. Reasonably prlc- d. Listed b' Jan Henson. 25 PRETTY ACRES Between Fnyetteville and Greenland, sit- tated on a fairly flat hitllop, city water, natural gas. Just minuter from ilown- own. If S3 than Jl,500 per acre. room home, l',a baths, central heat. Only three years old and included in price are draperies cooking units. FAMILY CONVENIENCE This home is right by an element a r y school and has a "built-in' bus system for children, rive bedrooms . Two baths, Family room Also has basement storage place for hobby shop. It is a well built older home. New central heating plant. Near shopping center. Price NORTH CENTRAL. Cory, 2 Br. plus home in good area neat and c l e a n , stove and refrigerator included, floor furnace heal c a r p o r t . Jot 55x176' with trees p l a n t i n g and g a r d e n area. Idea for s m a l l familv or retirement couple. Price $14.900. WHtLLOCK DUO Need a couple of lots on a q u l c 1 dead-end street South of town' Each lot 90'xi92', with, a sloping contour leading up to a woodec area. Priced real reasonable, QUIET, SHADY STREET This very neat and well m a i n t a i n ed home is located! North of th campus. Very large lot with man; shade trees and variety of shrub bery. S BR. 1'i baths, CH A Den in a beautiful setting. Anyone would love this location. 985 N. College Julie Eavc.5 Jail Henscm Wilma Coolick 52L-6.SJ9 521-JOS7 442-S744 Legal Notices OAKS MANOR AREA Ion temporary and Spanish in style. This lovely brick, t h r e e bedroom 2 l).i(h home In B u t t e r f i o l d oo1 d i s t r i c t won't last lonp. Fefi- es i n c l u d e c o u r t y a r d , den w i t h place, beamed ceilings, com- to kitchen \vith self-["leaning oven, formal dining, fenced back yard, covered pntio, all c u r t a i n s and drapes., double garage with Kitic door opener and m a n y more extras that y o u j u s t have to iee. Shown by a p p o i n t m e n t only, TRUMBO CO. 521-6800 903 A Rollins Hills Dr. REALTOR LOVING HOME NEEDS NEW FAMILY ? Acres off 45 East. B u l t e r / J e l d School, brown cedar n a t i v e stone trim and fireplace. Over l.SDO sq, ft. C e n t r a l a-c. carpeted. 3 bedroom 2 haths, huge f a m i l y r o o m , dinln.^room. Jcitchen w i t h e a t i n g space. Stable for HORSES. Completely fenced, By Owne "21-6307 , Mid 40's. NOTICE TO PROSPECTIVE BIDDERS Bid No. 253 n E)St»t 6 Yard fianilaluw CONTAINERS The Cily ol Favcltevilla, Arkansas wil ·copt scaled bids until 10:DO A . M . lay -JS, 1S7-J for eight i U i S cubic ; iniiLi'.Lon contairiOrs. Hid forniji ari5 : cifications may h« ncnuirtd from Citj- Manngor'i Office in tho Cily n j n f s t r f l l i o n Building on \Vcsl Moun 11 root. The C i ly re serves ihe rig ht t iccopl or rojoci any or all bid.?. rormaliHos iti (he birtriinc: und to Asvanl tfoomcd 10 \x In the bes it of iho Cily. Pat ToV.n C i l y Conirollcr !Tc J 4 NOTICE: TO PROSPECTIVE BIDDERS Bid No. 253A EIGHT i Cubic yard sanitation CONTAIN'KHS Thc Cilv of K a y e i l e v i l l e , Arkaruas wil ilccl bids u n t i l 10:00 A . M . O May 23. 1974 for ci.uhl 8) ^ cuhio ynn containers- Rid forms »nd spc may bo acquired from th Cily Manager's Oltlce In the Cily Ac K:ii:J:nR t n Mountai Street. The Cily re**r\-e; the ri^M t :cccpl nr rojort any or all htdv w a i v ormaliiips in the biddinc;. anri to mak R bul aware! deemed to bo In the be; TO-A: ol tho City. I'ai Toftsn City Conlroller EXCLUSIVE residential su Mi vis', on bc developed by owner trv be opened near fuliire, ConimStmenli for rhaie* red building sit?s being acvepte.1 -, Enjoy all c"«vi?n'.ericr3 In countrj" hichMway. For turther In- formalion call 442-S31 wreiclays S-5. BT OWNER: 4 ftcrcs, 45 East. Giant 5, 2-J bprfrmtn brick, central hMt ra ppo!ed. laiyo work.-ihor 1 - Fa y«!#rt!! e school. $31,500 lifter 4 p.m. 4'3-SKS. FAMILV .home. Five Dcdroo:ni. thr« baUiroonvi, H vine room, dlnlngroom. kit- ch*-n, wash room. On Iar2« lol. Call 4t3.^1. BY OWNER 3 bedroom, H? baths, cedar ranch house with over 1,400 sq. ft. in Butlerfield School District. Low 20's. Phon* 4425087. · . - - -iv. SUBURBAN 3 bedroom brick ]?* balhi, f i r e place, central heat and a i r , or l a r g e lot of about .56 of an a c r e Just off Hwy. !6 East. F a y e t t e v i l l e -School phone. About 1,700 s ft. I n c l u d i n g 1-car garage. $fi 500.00. CALL: HEINEY REALTY CO. 442-9236 TWO BEDROOM hi'isf. (wo Woekj trtrfi U r V - A I'arapus, Kit fetm; JH'-Xh, Hwy. 16 East OO.VVKSir.CT u » . n ! » / t r . bathi, ccatral hral. large lot. trntn»-(1or.e torn lx. 2121 WrO.nitai Or. J2.33Tt Kn BT Judge Us By Our Standards Is It The Truth? FAUCETTE REALTORS 1202 K. College Offlco M2-5H: Evenings and weekends caU: Virginia Bowers Hw. 415-030 S y J v i a D a n f o r t h Res. 442-W35 Chrisline Blondeau Res. 521-2004 Cathy Boyd Res. 5H- M a r l h a Davis Hes. 443- G. C. Faucctte R£«. 442- Women's Political Caucus Sets Meet T h o Arkansas Women' Political Caucus will hold it second annual state convcntio May 25 at Little Rock. Marijcne Valiquctte. an Ohi stale senator from Toledo wh led the successful fight in he state for ratification of th Kqnal Rights Amendment, wi! be the featured lunchco speaker. Candkiialcs for United Stale s e n a t o r , United State representative, governor lieutenant governor will als speak with workshops lo be held in Ihe afternoon. Helmet Stolen S P R I N G D A I , E -- Ti Phillips. H02 Buena Vista reported to police Monday hi ., r motorcycle helmet was stolen ! reported stolen over from his cycle while it was weekend narked in Ihe SprinRdale High tfimen NertfiWMt Arkonm TIMES, TUM. P May 14, 1974 , AKKANSAS WASHINGTON (AP) - Prescient Nixon's White Houw pro- ram to promote women has irtually beer, wiped ovit by Wa- rgate. The staff of the Office of 'omen's Programs lias been ·hittled down to one secretary. Things are not moving around here," one insider said Monday of the administration efforts on behalf of women. Another source said the women's office "as an advocate is temporarily abrogated." All the key women recruited in the White House by presidential counselor Anne Armstrong Post Says Transcripts Have Two Versions Of Conversations WASHINGTON CAP) - The -dited White House Watergate ranscripts contain two versions T a portion of the same presi- ential convorsation. with 5uh- t a n t i a l differences in key ·ords and phrases, The Wash- ngton Post reported today. The Post said the "White louse acknowledged that three ages or the published tran- cripts contain two separate ersions of the same tape- ecorded conversation April 16. 973, between President Nixon nti Asst. Ally. Gen. Henry E. 'etersen. Differences between the two crsions apparently demon- Irate the technical difficulties aced by the White House in at- empting to transcribe the apes accurately. The contrasting words and ihrases which occur at corre- ponding points in the two dif- erent versions include: --"President" in one version, 'press" in the other. --"Gray" (former FBI Direc- r L. Patrick Gray) and 'they." --"bah" and act." --"stick" in one version, 'still" in the other. While the first version of the conversation segment contains '(inaudible)' 1 2i times, the sec- md makes the same reference 2 times. SUBPOENAED ^Both the House Judiciary Committee and Watergate special prosecutor Leon Jaworski have subpoenaed the original 'ape of this conversation, but Ihe White House has refused to lurn it over. In releasing the edited transcripts April 30. Nixon said 'hey tell the "full story" of iVhite House involvement in Watergate. He offered to let the committee's Democratic chairman and ranking Republican icar the actual tapes at the White House. T h e House panel. investigating possible grounds for impeachment, later voted lo in- 'orrn N'ixon (hat he was not in full compliance with Us subpoena for the tapes. Deputy White House Press Secretary Gerald Warren confirmed ihe two versions were of the same conversation and told The Post lhat "we did the best we could" in trying to trans cribe ihe tapes. The newspaper said the dis crepancy apparently occurrec because at least a" portion o: the Nixon-Petersen conversa lion was Iranscribed by two dir ferent typists and the' two ver sions were then mistakenly in eluded together in preparing the over-all set of transcripts. The material appears on pages 857-859 of (he bulky tran scripts volume published by the Government Printing Office. Post reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein said the ex istence of the two different ver sions was brought to their at tention by a letter from John B -N'orthrup. of Huntington. N.Y. who said he had spent fou days carefully reading am analyzing the transcripts. ave left or given notice of heir departure, and no succes- ors have been indicated. With them have gone hopes r holding the nation's first Vhite House conference on ·omen and a lot of plans for ecruiting women in high gov- rnment policy-making posts. "There's not a woman appointee in the pipeline now." a ource said, adding it may take months to regroup a new staff. One source said "special in- erest advocates" for women nd blacks "are really so far ut of everybody's mind there in the White House) these ays." And it was reported t h a t here is a reluctance to bring p such matters when the Pres- dent and his key advisers are nsaged in the Watergate bat- les. Chief of Staff Alexander M. laig Jr. has the final say on uch matters as the appointment of top women in the administration but was said to be 'totally preoccupied" with oth- r matters. Mrs. Armstrong, with an :rm-long list of Wsite House iroject responsibilities from the lost of Living Council to the bi- entennial. has become increas- ngly involved with speechmaking in defense of the President in the Watergate affair. One source who knows Mrs. \rmstrong well said she "cares a lot about the women's issue" «it is spread too thin with added public relations assignments in the Watergate de- 'ense. Mrs. Armstrong said, however, that her efforts are not stymied and she will be "going ihead as strong as ever" on be- ha'f of women. "We'll make do--it won't fall through the crack," she said about the staff departures. In the past six months there lave been only two new high- evel women appointees--Assistant Secretary for Education Virginia Y Totter of Lincoln, S.'eb., and Asst. Atty. Gen. Cara Anderson Hills of Los Angeles. There does not seem to b« similar appointment in sight now and "a dead period is predictable." a source said. GOP Says 'Security' Spending Has 'Gotten Out Of Hand' WASHINGTON (AP) -- A ·louse liillion report concluding Federal funds jeen spent in connection with President Nixon's homes has ·road support of Republicans who say security spending has gotten out of hand. Several Republicans said they expected the report to get overwhelming approval of the House Government Operations Committee today, not as criticism of Nixon but of wasteful security spending. The report proposed to the committee recommended the government take action to recover "any improper expenditures." It also recommended security spending in the future be strictly limited to only one of a president's private homes. The report said the 517 mil- ion--$9 million for San Clc- mente and S8 million for Key 3iscayne plus J176.0DO for 3rand Cay in the Bahamas, where N'ixon is a frequent guest of his friend Robert H. Abplanalp--covers all costs including personnel in connection with homes. SAID EXCESSIVE It said some of the spending was "far in excess" of security requests and that some ty of it was for items contracted by Gifts To Nixon Women Are Moved government all purposes Nixon's aides rather than regu lar federal agencies. The report accused the Secre Service and other agencies o baring "abused the discretio given them" by Congress' lacl of restraints on security spent ing. "As a result, penditures for . ....... _ privately owned property hav risen from practically hothin during the Roosevelt-Trumai era to over $5 million in th Johnson administration am over $17 million during the firs five years of the Nixon aoVnin istration," the report said Rep. Richard M. llallary, R t.. said the report does no criticize the entire sum spent ir connection with Presiden Nix on's homes "because obviousi much of it was warranted. "But I think my feeling is that there should be some des ignated limits on how far spending should go." MalUm said. "And it should be for se" curity. not improvements." Rep. Robert P. Hanrahan, R 111., said "there has been too much looseness involved" in se curity spending and said he particularly agrees with Ihs recommendation that it be lim ited in the future to only one home in addition to the White House and the Camp David presidential retreat. WASHINGTON (AP) -- MrsJ c h a n S e 3 at Nixon has removed from a from Change Stolen From Soft Drink Machine An undetermined amount o bedroom safe was a soft Khmer Rouge Advance Halted In Cambodia PHNOM PENH. Cambodia CAP) -- Government reinforcements have halted the Khmer Rouge advance along Highway 4 toward Cambodia's chief seaport of Kompong Som, military sources said today. More scattered fighting was reported about 13 miles east of the city and about three miles from its airport, the sources said. The Khmer Rouge have blocked the highway between Kompong Som and Phnom Penh since January, and recently began moving down it toward the airfield 137 miles southwest of the capital. As long as the airfield remains open. Kompong Som is an important source of supply for Phnom Penh. Its closure would create Phnom further, Ninety miles north of Phnom Penh, government troops battled insurgent forces outside Kompong Thorn all day Monday while the provincial capital came u n d e r artillery attack for the third day, the Cambodian command reported. PROOF CITED The K h m e r Rnuge have moved a large number of troops into the region around Kompong Thorn where some 30.000 refugees from K h m e r Rouge terrilory have been resettled. The government has ben citing them as proof that the peasants do not want lo live more shortages in Penh and raise prices reported stolen I under a communized sociev drink machine for deposit in unit" more th p.-SOO in jewelry given her anr! College ·- SHSftSrSl^anft.*" - Sunday at (he Speed-O-Mat self- service laundry at 1242 N. . ville police observed two boys in- laundry standing the local governor has armed 2.000 of the refugees, and observers feel the fighting will be a test of the villagers' sympathies. In South Vieitnam. a government military transport plan* and a Nationalist Chinese corn- ticle for Tuesday newspapers. ! s j',j' 0 t he The jewels were moved front of the" rnaWne''"'iio'ers 1 i mcrcial transport chartered" by i, ]?', ,, on the advice of said that when he entered the thc United States government W h i t e House counsel J. Fred ; laundry, the boys left in Buzhardt after the c o l u m n i s t ) w i t h two young girls. car mnrte inquiries about them, ac-l cording to the copyright ac- Hogers said he discovered the achine had been entered alter e car had already left the New York News Syndicate Inc. The gifts, which Buzharrlt told Mrs. Cheshire were considered public property, included a $52,4IH) six-piece set of emeralds and diamonds, a pair of rubies - and - diamonds earrings, a d i a m o n d bracelet with a watch in the clasp, a dia- mond-and-mhy pin and a d i a - mond-and-sapphire pin. t h e article said. The "gifts u n i t " is a special White House office set up to handle g i f t s the First Family recieves hut cannot keep personally under the Constitution and statutes. At thc time of he Two injured In Two-Car Mishap Two persons were injured Monday morning in a Uvo car accident at the intersection of the Hwy. 71 bypass and Wcdington Drive. Roth were t r e a t e d a n d released a t Washington Regional Medical Center. Ihe possession of Mrs. Nixon two years without being processed." the column said! Typewriter Token An electric typewriter crashed within a few hours of each other Monday near tha Cambodian border. A United Slates Embassy- spokesman said the Chines* Airlines C123 was returning from delivering rice to Phnom Penh. He said it was chartered by Air America, the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency airline that flies supply missions for the embassy, and the crew were Chinese. Kour of them were reported injured, one seriously. Thc Saigon government said a Soulh Vietnamese C47 on a liaison mission was hit by Viet Cong ground fire and exploded in the same general area about 50 miles northwest of Saigon. A spokesman reported two crewmen killed and four missing. was i t h e ' School lot last week. Phillips told police Ihe helmet which wu.c locked to the seat of the hike was cut loose. He estimated iu value at M. n i u i n i u v t i l l l c i T ' from the new kinder-; '"ycling west school at 2100 N.lH"*'- 7"* ;V°F l.evereit Ave. Fayetteville police said thev found rw signs of forced entry Four children, between the to the building, but that several jiscs of two and I I . in the windows were found unlocked. | Crouch car were uninjured. Theft Reported - - . - . . SPRINGDALE -- Two tape Police said Crouch was the f' a i' ers an( l a radio were taken driver of a car which w a s i ' r o m * mobile home in the traveling south on the bypass Shady Grove Trailer Park when it was struck broadside Sunday afternoon, police said by a car driven by Randy '°d«y. * A I ' I , "' Carls «n Terraces. Owner Kathy Walker, of H-ll Udell told police that he wasjShady Grove Trailer Park said on Wedingtoniher front door lock was broken .iTM j ,, 5 ped for lhe ' t o p 1 before the burglary and could sign and pulled onto thc bypass, not be latched. Police believe not seeing the Couch venicle. ' ^^^ entry was gained through the unlocked door. No signs of forced entry were found. £*timated lou wu $2«.

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