47-tÂ»o1 Estato-For Sol* WEST FORK - In W**t Fork Acre* Near new brick -- 3 bedroom, bath and half, alt carpeted Â»nd draped carport, storage room. Price only $16.750.00 with Â· 1\\% Interest with assumable loan to qualified buyer. See this for real Value, no inflated prEce nor hidden eosU. MISSION STREET DUPLEX -- Excellent condition, Situated on a large tree-shaded lot Â§ec this for home or investment. FRONTIER N. College REAL ESTATE Company RtALTOR Doug Hartley . . . . 442-6446 Us Davis ....... 521-4448 Arthur Clark ..... 751-9724 "Bill" Lczenby ---- 521-5833 BY OWNER 2-3 bedroom, brick, with central heal, 23x28 separate workshop- earage. 1 acre corner lot with ','2 fn fenced pasture. In FayettevilLe city limits, good neighbor*. Phone 443-5535. BY OWNER LOT WITH BEAUTIFUL VIEW. FACING EAST ON EAST RIDGEWAY. $12,000. PHONE Â·521-5158. BEL AIR ACRES 3 BHa -- Hi baths -- centra' ,- heat Sc air -- carpeted -- drapes -built-in* -- ffarage -- fenced yard Mid twenties. MB-1M. OWNER FINANCING . Two house* on adjoining \'z acre . lots -- one 3 B/R, bath fireplace workshop area and garage. One : B/R, bath, super large kitchen with wood paneling and cabinets. a 1 extra 2.000 sq. ft. building with Â·Â· frige rated areas. Low twenties : each. GR-102 GH 103. : BUTTERF1ELD ADDITION " Less than one year old -- 3 B/Hs -- 2 full baths -- w/w carpeting -central heat air -- den with woodbn rnin g f i replac e -- forma living room -- drapes -- deluxe buftt-ins in kitchen -- double ga ' rage -- redwood deck -- landscaped f and trees planted -- $3.500 down an dassume existing loan. ATR-115 FOUR BEDROOM HOMES We have three good buys In foui bedroom homes, one with six acres " one with large workshop, one it ' a nice residential area with large lot. Priced from $27,500 to $32.000 If you need a large home, take a look at these. 701 North Collet* sÂ«-7?15 -We Practice ttn Golden Rule" .' Olen Mason Murial Howard 521-M50 521-2083 IN FARMINGTON 103x165 (garden in) -- immedUt occupancy. 3 Bdr frame -- larg kitchen with stove -- W D con neiMioiut -- small tool shed- $16,000 Good location. (See our siÂ£n). APPROX. 4 ACHES Farmtn gton School -- t rees -- bundance of water In area, Tdea for homeiite or trailer. 12500 daw -- 96500 total. APPROX. IS ACRES Â· overlooking P.G. Excellent wale supply -- 4 Bdr, home (1SOO s. f Â·" -- trees. School hiis at door. Re duced to 124,000 with terms, Itnme Â·Â· dtate occupancy. THE OSBURN BROKERS HTWAY K WIST "HONT U3-4MB IN HAPPY HOLLOW SCHOOL AREA , No. 925 Would you believe t hoiuex for Uie price of 513.500. O - could be three rental units! Own *T will finance. Call 521-7272 o after hours France* Langham 44 .3157. -ROOT SCHOOL No- 82S three bedroom .firtplac corner lot and a quiet nciglibo "'hood; all for $21.970. Call 521-72' or after hours Frances Lang ha .SUMMER ENOYMENT No. 741 will be yours at II* be in this 3 to 4 bedroom. 2 ba brick home on 4 acres. Fantast swimming pool for those hot d a j ahead. Cold medallion electr home. Mfl,500, Call 521-7272, Le Ward. COMPLETELY REMODELED No. 640 and In excellent cond.lto Thto older 2 bedroom houae ma te jutt what *uits you. OrT 910,850 and located close lo sho ping and downtown. Call 521-727 COUNTRY SETTING IN CITY LIMITS No. 946 Two houses on 3 ac re one with 3 bedrooms, Ihe oth with 2 bedrooms, Beautiful vie of University; located just off b Â· pa*fl. Low down payment goo terms. (20,500. Call 521-73T2. Le 'Wird. The bexi home buy*. Befor* Your Eye*. ^ boss company REALTORS Two Location* Â·W V. College NW Ark. PUu SJ1-T272 After ft p.m. Call Plaza GaUery at 521-7275 LOOKING For A Home? Then Call BARRETT-FINCHER 7-*Â«al Eitata-For BY OWNER bedroom. 1|* }Â»thi, carpeted, central /heat, den wJ1h woodVurnlnjc fireplace h waster, doubl* electric ovetw. En, ised tack yard, convenient to acbool*. Â«Â· 44Z-258L or 521-47*8. Â·gal Notice*-- HOUSE FOR SAIE Owner L*Â«v!nÂ« FayetUville Bedroom ranch jtyle i baths block from Woodtand Jr. Hlih, ckyard patio and xarden plot, a icndly neghborhood on a quiet reet. conveniently located f o r opplng. 12?, 750 hown by owner -- CaO 521-4779 LOVELY AIL BRICK HOME OWNER, Rutterfleld, 4 bedrooms. Ik-la closet, 2 baths ihaf carpeting, ingrown, dining area, paneled family- oom/fi rep lace, utility room, pantry, dish- sher/se! Cleaning oven, central a!r, eletl double garage, lenced-in yard, ]y trws.'nas grill, basketball court, low equity loan can bt ussumti, '.000. Phone 521-B19Q. LOOKING For A Home? Then Call BARRETT-FINCHER HOTEL Jlirement lm.-ome from two apartments id twelve room? In stnat! town. ?33,000 .th low down payment to party capable Improving properly. Phone 521-1766. To Place, Cancel or Correct Your Classified Ad for Tomorrow's Paper CALL BEFORE 4:00 P.M. TODAY 442-6242 Ask For Classfied HOME Se LAND BY OWNER ecluded home and 6 acres in iount ain Wood land 3 miles from "Diversity, near Hwy, 62 West 'pen contemporary design by ar iltect, western cedar const ruo on, 4 bedrooms. 2 baths, screen brch. stone fireplace, quarter asement, kennels^ Includes drapi ouch, table, d Ishwasher ref rig rator, stove, many builtlns, house nd 5 acres. (59,000. Call 443-2128 flor 6; 00. SALES DONT JUST HAPPEN lost ot them are made by Professional" knowing how each, the right Prospects. Call FRONTIER EAl |Tl 1015 N ' STATE I f^College Company J^^^j521-6700 REALTOR Bill larenby 521-5833 Davis 521-4448 Doug Hartley .... 442-6446 Arthur Clark 751-9724 Orter IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF WASHINGTON COUNTY. ARKANSA RBED AND LUCIU.E REED, USBAND AND WIFE PlnMirl Vs. No, 74-232 THELMA J-ARINELLJ 1K*OY Defendant Thfl Defendant The] ma Furinelli McCoy warned to Appear In Ibis Court within irty dayj and answer the compact the Plaintiffs In the above entitled WHtiess my hand and Real of this ourt tills 9 flay of May, 1974. Alma Kollmeyer. Chancery Clert r Faye chappell D.C. leal) n IMS 26 June 3 BY OWNER ! bedroom, Vh baths, eeda anch house with over 1,4(X q. ft. in Butterfield Sthpo District, low 20's. Phone 442 087. OPEN HOUSE 3905 Clark SPRINGDALE Peaceful Valley Addition 1:00 to 6:00 p.m. Sunday Builders: Dennison Construction BY OWNER: On Beaver Late. 3 bedroom home mostly paneled artl ca eted. Also raraKe with work cablne md paneled. J12.500.. 7W-W06. HOUSE ACREAGE NEAR BUTTERFIELD ATge older 4 bed room wi th cÂ«ntr ieat, fireplace, many treei In -ard i long; with unatler house, pofe ba with ipprox. 7 AC*:**, $28,500. Wi* vx IS acres HO.EXJO- On Old WI Rri. Hmse3 will rent for Â£200 a month. Phone 4i2-S7i3 flflcr 5:00. 5 3 A% LOAN OHULTZ t Realtors 4VT nR "K "Â· Oollec* AYLUK 521-2T1T Properly Management 9pÂ«e1al[Â«tÂ« 521-2717 Elwy 71 and Green Acre* Fayetltville, Ark. NIGHTS AND SUNDAYS Joe Durden 521-3CM Wanda Yoe Â«3-2I K e i t h Schultz 121-27 FOUR BEDROOM- OUTHWEST Close to shopping center and ca J us. Weil built Frame home tg level lol. Price onljr 1Â«,7M.O( excellent terma, Evening? call U. IK40. FRONTIER REAL ESTATE COMPANY 1015 N. College --521-670 Doug Hartley 441-644 Bill Lazenby .... 442-543 let Davis 521-444 Arthur Clark .... 751 -972 Buy the M for *Â»,700. 3 pon spring, creek. 20 acres open gr Li nd. Mobi le home, hook-u p, down. As nearly a gift Included a 2 broiler house*, one in*ulate plus all aqutpment. Can you be the value? New I in Realty Com pan West Fork, Ark. LARGE COMMERCIALLY ZONED HOUSE Two Story -- Five Bedroom* ' Lot -- 5rfÂ« 229 North Stock 123.500 f3,OM Down Phon* M247U '-tÂ«al btate fof Sal* ACRK Houw, c*!rtÂ«n howe. n ts. nous*, tarni. I milei well o ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS d btdj for Ihe Arkansas Union p* fur Ihe University ot Arkansas rij-ettcvllle will he received by the rt ot Trustees o( Ihe University i* :ansas 1n room 410 of thÂ« Admlntilra- i Butldinc, Universily of Arkansas, rrttcvill*. Arkansas, rnitil 3:00 o'clock, n., C.D.S.T. on June 20, J974, and n will b* publicly op*twi Â«nd nÂ«d ud. fw Information for BWder* Bid Ftorms, ns, SpeciMcattons, and Forms of Con- ct Hud Bond, and other contract docu- ils may be examined in th* office ot cilitits Plaimmsr and Oowtnwtkm, to- at 106 North Duncan, '*yeUevill, rfcansas, or In the office ot the Busi- Manaffer, Room 321. Ailm Inlstratlon Iding. University of Arkansas. Fayville, and copies obtained there for deposit of twenty-flve dollar* per set. Owner reserves the right lo waive I 1 nforrnalities or to reject *ny or bids. Â·h bidder mart depostt with his Â·curity In the amount, Form and subject the conditions provided In thÂ« Inl for Bidders. \K minimum prevalLinE wage rates for ' craft or tjpe of workman and prevail I rw wage rate for holiday d overtime work shall be paid. II bidders must conform (o the ulrcments of the Arkansas Slate :ensinff lAtt for General Contractors. bidder may withdraw his bid within ty days after thÂ» actual dale ot the ilng thereof. Fred S. Vorsanger, Secretary Board of Trustee: University ol Arkansai COMMISSIONER'S SALE NOTICE IS KKREBY GEVKN, pursuance ot Ihe authority and directs contained in the decretal order lhÂ« Chancery Court Â«f Washlnglor unly. made and entered on the 3n if May, A.D., 1974 in a certain me (No. 1*74-236) then pending rein between Superior Federal Savings d Loan Association of Fort Smith kAnsas. Plalnliff and Karen I*- Boen ormerly Rlekeji) defendant the unde gned as Commissioner ot said court I offer for sale at public vendue to s highest bidder, at the west door entrance ot thÂ« County Court House which said Court 5* held, !n the unly of Washington, within the hours Â·escribed by law tor Judicial tales ttie btt day of June at 9:00 0 M, the following described real estate wit: I Numbered: Two (2) la Shady Lan* rtition . to West Fork, Arkansas, a own upon the recorded Plat thereof file Jji the office of the Circuit Clerk d Ex Otficlo Recorder of Washington unty. Arkansas. TKR-Mi] OK SALE: On a credit o e months, the purchaser belni llred to execute a bond as require* law and the order and decree o aJd Court in said cause with, approve curjly, bearing Interest at Ihe r*l 7 per cent per annum from dat sale until paid, and a lien be In, talned on the premises sold to seeur le payment o* the purchase money. Given under my hand Ih1s 9tn da. May. A.D., 1974. Alma Kollmeye mrnlHsioner In Chancery Seal) c U-19-35 June 2 Northwo* Arfcaituu TIMES, Sun., June 2, 1974 ?O That Wear No Uniform, Carry No Weapons Black Recruiter Faces Adversaries By TOM STUCKEY Associated Press Writer ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) -'or three years. Navy Lt. :mdr. Ken Johnson has been ighting an enemy that wears no uniform and carries no weapon. His adversaries have been as elusive as the anti-white feelings of inner city black youths and ds concrete as the requirement committing Naval Academy graduates to five years of mili- ary service after they leave Annapolis. Johnson, a 33-year-old black officer, was the academy's first minority recruiter, brought in o increase the small number of minority youngsters entering the Naval Academy. This month, he returns to shipboard assignment in Norfolk, Va., and his successor, Lt. Cmdr. George Gaines, also black, takes over. The body count for Johnson's three-year campaign indicates success -- although he says it isn't an all-out victory -- in the battle against more than 100 years of discrimination at the academy. In 1970 when Johnson arrived at Annapolis, the incoming class of 1,300 plebes included only 17 blacks and six other minority students. His first year of recruiting pushed those .figures to 45 blacks and 14 other minorities. The number of blacks in the plebe class jumped to 73 in 1972 and to 112 this year. The number of other minority students increased to 16 and then to 34 those two years. Johnson says he's looking for aggressive, outgoing youths who know when to curb their aggressiveness. A graduate ot Iowa State University. Johnson came into the Navy through the Reserve Officer Training Corps (R.O.T.C.). He says the biggest hurdle in his recruiting has been the requirement that Naval Academy graduates serve five years of active duty in the Navy or Marine Corps. The second major hurdle has been the Navy's lily-white image and a reaction to that image among black youths. "I don't feel -- and this is a personal opinion -- that minority kids turn down the Navy be- Weather Forecast Couple To Wed By Telephone ORLANDO, )onna Irion Fla. (AP) and Air Force _ r _. Len Cason prepared for heir long-distance wedding to- ay, with the ring of a tele- hone substituting for the tradi ional wedding bells. Sometime between noon and :30 p.m., the telephone in the ffice where Miss Irion, 21, 'orks as a legal secretary was o ring and the ceremony to be- in. Cason, 26. is stationed at Ko- at, Thailand -- some 12,000 miles away. "It's crazy -- a ong-dislance wedding," said he prospective bride. "But it's und of fun." The couple met last Septem- er and decided to get marrier hree months later. At first hey planned to wait until Caon, from Lindsay, Okla., re urned home in December. But someone suggested tho ejephone hookup and Miss rion, after checking out the le gal prospects, "got the forms md mailed them to Len before he had a chance to think aboui t." No chance of a wrong num ier today. The Air Force gave he couple its first wedding gif r riday, a telephone patch via " angley AFB in Virginia "That's the best news of all, said Miss Irion. "I" m so n icved. I don't have to worry about us getting cut off or Len not being ab!a to get through commercially." What about the honeymoon? I won't start until July when -ason gets a leave and his new vife flies to Southeast Asia. Form Workers Bill WASHINGTON (AP) -- The House has voted to tighten re quirements for labor con raetors who recruit farm workers. The House-passed bill would imong other things, increase :he insurance required to be carried on buses or truck, transporting migrants, and re quire the contractors to give each worker written notice o he terms of his employment. Rain and showers are forecast for a band from New England (o Louisiana. Show- ers are also slated for parts of Texas and New Mexico and in a portion o( Montana. The rest of the country should have fair weather. (AP Wire- photo) iiiiiiiiniiiiiiiniiniiniiiiiiiioiniiiiiiitraiiiiiiHiiiyjifiiiiinni iniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiii The Capitol Report By Senator Morriss Henry fiiniiiiiiniiiiiiiiniiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiMuiiiMiiiiiiMiiiiiwiira School boards across the slate; vhieh are now considering enewal of teachers' contracts hould have available to them ibout $525 in additional state unds for each teacher during he next school year. The G e n e r a l Assembly ast year i n c r e a s e d the Minimum Foundation A i d , which is the state's contribution to teacher salaries and a major source of teachers' salaries. The figures we dealt with in he General Assembly were state-wide averages. The average used by the Legislature is calculated on the basis of the number of "teacher units" in each school district. THUS, THE actual amount received by a local school teacher in a local school district will depend on what amount to school district is able to contribute, a n d the number of Leaching units in the particular school system. Some teachers will receive a smaller increase lhan this projected average and some will receive more. In addition to providing partial support for funding salaries or teaching personnel and aeration of the school system, ic General Assembly increased eacher retirement benefits by bout 20 per cent. . INFLATION has eaten into he increased benefits of t h e legislature scheduled for tea- hers this year. I have written lovernor Bumpers requesting include in his special Legislature to consider a cost Â·f living increase for teachers nd state employes from the tate surplus. Please fee free to call on me egarding your legislative prob- ems at any time.c Pressure Cooker Gauges To Be Tested In Area Free clinics for testing pressure cooker gauges are sche duled this coming week in Washington County. The clincs will bo conducted by Extension Home Ecnn omists. Interested persons arc asked to bring Ihe lid of the cooker, with the gauge attach ed. The clinics will be in Elkins Tuesday, at Perry's IGA, 1:3 to 3:30 p.m.; in Lincoln at tht C and I Foodliner. Wednesday from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m; in Prai ric Grove, Wednesday, a Dillons from 1:30 to 3:30 pm. In .West Fork. Thursday at the Warehouse Market from 9:30 tc 11:30 a.m.; in the Faycltcvillc- Springdalc area. Friday at the Northwest Arkansas Plaza from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m Puzrl* On Page 7B t he ession a request for the Stale Student Gets Five Degrees CAMBRIDGE, Mass. AP) -Kevin E. K. Tong has receive: five degrees simultaneously from the Massachusetts Insti tute of Technology. Tong, a native of Hong Kong who enter ed MIT in 1969 as a sophomor transfer student from McGll University in Montreal, was warded the following degrees a commencement exercises o Friday: bachelor of science i mechanical engineering, electr cal engineering and Â· manage ment, master of scie mechanical engineering professional degree in anical engineering. Tong plans to spend the sum mer in Hong Kong and the return to the United Slates t work in operations research an planning engineering projects. i and mech mse of an anti-militaristic atti- ude held by some white young- ers," Johnson says. "To them, it's more of an an-white attitude, or anti-system. \nd when you say system to ~iost minority youngsters, that Leans white." Racial incidents aboard Navy hips in recent years have also reated doubts. Johnson says e gets many questions about lipbdard problems. "I just tell them we have roblems in the Navy just as (e do in the rest of the coun- ry. The same people who are n the Navy causing problems vere out there as civilians ausing the same kinds of prob- ems,"'he said. Johnson does not think the roblems have hampered his ecruiting. He says the kids ho do the hardest questioning re the ones who probably were ot interested in the academy o begin with. "You know the Navy has the mage of being lily white, and iat has hurt. But the anti-white eeling among youngsters I'm vorking with appears to have essened t h a t last year or two. Vhether it really in fact has or whether we're just working larder, getting to more people, don't, know," he added. A look at academy enrollment figures would tend to einfprcc feelings about discrimination, Only two blacks vere admitted to Annapolis pri- ir to 1945, and both left after me year. It was 1966 before the num- er of black plebes entering the academy reached double figures. And it was in 1969 that he total number of blacks ad mittcd through 124 years addec up to 112, the same number en '.ering last summer as part of .lie class of 1977. Both the Army and Air Force academies were in similar situ ations and both launched re cruitment programs in re sppnse to pressure to increase minority enrollments. Attracting blacks is only half he problem for the academies Keeping them enrolled and hap- y is the next step. "As far as being a black here at the Naval Academy, it's onb what you make of it, really,' says Kenneth Drum, a senior 'rom Louisville. Ky. "If you want to set yoursel apart, yoj can. But you find whites really do accept you." "Sometimes you look back and realize you have had con licts. but there haven't been any major ones with while classmates," Ihe wiry football player added. He has had white roommates throughout his academy career. Dennis Tate. a slender, serious senior from St. Louis, Mp., recalls feeling like something ot an oddity his plcba year when there were 40 blacks in the 2,WO-man brigade of midshipmen. But he has seen changes. "Blacks arc more taken for granted now. You're just another midshipman," he says. 'John Mariner, a sophomore from Norfolk, Va., agrees that there is "no outward racial discrimination or anything like hat." "But I get this feeling that a ot of blacks aren't really as -.alisfied as a lot of whites. I ust don't feel that a let of ilacks really identify with tho tfavy," he said. There are inevitable complaints about academy rules. "A lot of things really don't make a lot of sense," D r u m says, complaining about w h a t ID derides as Alickey Mouse regulations. MEETS QUESTIONS In his recruiting trips. Johnson says he runs into frequent questions about how black officers fare in the Navy. "A typical question is whether, as a black officer, white on- SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Â· All ifÂ«; Babies, children and idults Â· One sitting per subject Â· Additional subjects--Groups or individuals in same fcmrty --1.00 per subject Â· No proofs--Choose from finished professional portraits (wses--our jeleclion) Â· You may serect additional portrait! altered at low price* 38? NO HANDLING CHARGE JUM '4 Him June 28 Tuesday thru Saturday 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Daily 3o |!i nq Hills Drive in Fayelleville. irk isled people , take orders T rom them," he says. "When I came into the Navy, that was something that never even crossed my mind. That was something that was automatic, and as it turns out it is automatic." Tate, Drum and Mariner don't expect their careers, if they stay in the service, to be hurt by their race. "I would like to think, it would help me, if anything." Mariner says. "There is a great need for Hack officers." The Navy has one black admiral. Rear Artm. Samuel L. Gravely Jr., and a second is awaiting confirmation by the Senate. Of the Navy's 59,442 officers on active duty. 1,124 are from minorities. Most are blacks. Despite Johnson's numerical success in recruiting blacks for the academy, he isn't satisfied. "We're looking for people who are qualifieti academically and socially," he says, "Unfortunately, those are people everybody else is looking for, so the competition is extremely stiff." XPenney 799 _ .JCPonmy heavy duty fboek atnortMr. -CT ring phton design helps pravkto consistent performance. Guaranteed tor as long M you own your car. yIMy Shock If a JCPwmey Heavy Duty shock Mxorber 1 atfsduetoctofocts in material and workmanship, or wear out, wnrle the original pur~ chawr owns th* car, we wiH replace thÂ« shock absorber at no extra charge. Just notify us and present your proof of purchase. There will be an addrtkMri iwW- Mion charge untessthe shock abmtarwas originally hrtHhil by JCPenney. Drum brake overhaul. 6688 Mott American cars. 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