Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 9, 1974 · Page 33
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47-IUal Estofe-For SaU 47-Re«l Estate--for 5 BEDROOM CONTEMPORARY ! Choice area near U. oi A. with ·Imost 5,000 f«et of centrally heated and cooled living tpaco, 4 full *»ttw. !"** Informal l i v i n g room with vaulted ceiling and f i r e p l a c e convenient kitchen wilK dinette' large rec room in lower, walk-out basement, on about one acre o[ beautifully landscaperi ]and with a great view. Shown by appointment only. You need to see this one in- aide to appreciate nil the space and nice feature*, NfCE AND QUIET No etose neighbor* to annoy you on this nearly 4 acre tract. Largo rambling ranch new home with spacious rooms and closets, 3 fu] baths, king-size family room and so many other ioveahle, Uveab'e features. Fayetteville school, phone water and nat. gas. Another "mus' «ee" to appreciate home. NEAT AND COZY 3 bdrm, 2 bath, frame and brick fully equiped kitchen self-clean oven, central he;it and air, carpets and drapes. In excellent condition Quick Possession. Pried at $29,800 BRICK DUPLEX 2 brtrms. living, kitchen and bath Bide. Cen. heat 220 always rented. ?23,500. viring COMPLETELY REDECORATED And slick as a button. New paint mostly new floors, new paper in Hi baths, 3 nice bedrooms Vilchen-den with utility LARGE COMMERCIALLY ZONED HOUSE Two Story _ Flv« Bwlroom. Lot _ 55x1*5 229 North Block f22,500 Phone 442-OT1J Jlh Fulf by BulkMr. 3 Mr., hon*. LJ liilty cariwloj, lanw lot, wily inutc drive from Votk. 3S7-32E3. large joining. A good buy at $23,800. ad- 1965 N. College Julte Eaves Jan Henson Wilma Coolick LOT is Stanlon 521-8500 41?-7262 521-6505 5- 1-7087 442-8744 ID acres all hollo ml»nd, ill mded \vith Fescue, on beautiful moun- am stream. South of Prairie Grove *oOO an acre. Old set of Improvements. Choice land. 21 acres fenced and crot* fenced 13 acres . rs^l rx ' bedroom maTaid"! SOLD » *«?· »f to soil at $18,900. South of Greenland on 7L highway 1 acre. Ik r-^i -. Hie. 3 bed room horn ^ C j l II ted. Large double Kai vv ^*^ at tI4,5'"- WiJl carny a good loan. W h i t e brick home at Baldwin, bedrooms and dining room or coule be ·1th bedroom. City water an» gas. Paved street. 6 rooms with Mi baths. Garage. Built-in 28,000 BTU Air Conditioner. Central heat Utility room. Large lot win garden room all under chain link fence The complete home for $24.000 Terms, 76 acres with old set improvements ponri. Some open land. $250 pe acre. KEWLIN REALTY CO 839-2522 or «3»72S9 West Fork, Arlcansac Legal Notices-- BUTTERFIELD Spanish .styling, (hrce bedrooms, two (He baths, den with vault erf ceiling just a year old, with good loan. Call Ed Barham 521-7228, FAYARK REALTOR College -- Office 521-5SO No. 2t. OAKS MANOR ADDITION. You must see to appreciate this 3 bedroom, 2 bafh brick home. Over 1600 sq. ft. of heated area. Fireplace In family room, air-con- dUionerl, iRrge double garage, beautifully landscaped and largo trees. Give ns a call. We think you will he pleased with what you see and at the price it is offered. TRC BUY1NO ON YOU WANT REALTY ADVERTISEMENT FOEl BIDS i bids for the Arkansis Unl Shops for Uic University of Arkansa nl Kaycltwvillc will be received by 11 Hoard of Trustees ot Hie University c Arkansas in room 410 or the Arimmihl lion Eluildiitg. University of Arknns FaycUeville, Arkansas, until 2:00 o'cto p.m.. C D.S-T. nn June 20, 1971, lirn will be nitblicly opened and r iloiirl. 'he Inttirmnlidii far Bidders Bid Form 'Ian. 1 ;. Specifications, anrt Forms ol Co ,rau:t anti Bond arirl other contract do iionls may be examine*! in the office Facilities FlanninZ and Construdion, cateil Hi 103 North Duncan, FayetteviTl Arkansas, or in the office of th« Bi ness .Manager, Koom Xlfl, Ariminustra Building, University or Arkansas, t evil le. «nrt copies oblalned there deposit of twenty-five dollars per wl The Owner reserves the ripht to ind Informal Lilt; s or to rcjert *r ill biJs. Each biflrler deposit with his bi Foc-urity in tlic amount, form and subje In the I'ondtlimis provided in the Inft nialion fur Bidders. The minimum prevailing wane rales t ich craft or tvpe ot workman ai ie prevailing wfigo role tor holld: ,iri overtime work shall he pmd. All hirtctcrs must conform to t requirements of the Ark*-is as Sla Licensing law for oercrnl C .ilmctor.r. ·}n bidder mny withdraw liis hiit sixty days nltL-r the actual date ol t ijwulng Iherocir. Fred S. VorsanRer, Secrcla Board ot Trnsti University of Arkan: 2Tc 2, 9 Fred Merlon Jack Fujfe Geam Ha mm 751-783S 443-2692 UNIQUE Small 2 bedroom house w!e. with all extras. Pric«L in miJ 3'.s. Cill 521-IKX) lor further del* oo^^vITJTt^·c: TO ROT.ERS? r.tvc in like area. Three bedrooms, two b«lhs, fire plare and deck, on two lots. 5?J,nOCI n terms. Rjverclllf Realty, Box 825, Kog en. Phone 6364-153. Student Drivers NEW YORK (AP) -- A proxiniately 2.3 million studen completed driver educatio courses during the 1972- school year. Close to 50,000 instructors are now certified to leach Ihe subject, which is offered in most public high schools. FIREMEN CHECK OUT NEW EQUIPMENT .. .Orville Stout, Chie/ McWhorter and Ken Miller look over nev aircraft specialty unit New Fire Fighting Equipment Now On Duty A highly specialized piece or 'ire apparatus designed for use in aircraft accidents has been delivered to Hie Fayetlevillc Fire Department for use at the Drake Field fire station. Essentially a fire extinguisher on wheels, the engine is design- Kissinger Says Soviet Jewish Emigration Off 5 Per Cent to spread chemical large quantities foam over a WASHINGTON CAP) -- The number of Jews permitted to leave the Soviet Union has dropped sharply in recent weeks, and continued congressional pressure may he the reason, Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger says. --Jewish emigration totaled about 35,000 last year but figures for May indicate a Falloff or about 25 per cent, Kissinger told the Senate Foreign Relations Committee Friday. He concurred with a suggestion by Son. George McGovern, D-S. D., that the drop in exit visas may have been a Russian reaction to efforts in Congress to tie improved trade conditions to liberalized emigration pol icics. Sen. Henry M. Jackson. D- WOMAN'S WORLD A Convenient Sewing and lopping Guide far Today's Gal on the Go. 782 Sporty, bold -- H's the pcrfcc panlsuit companion! ·Enjoy trans-soiison travels n a shell-stitcli cape with frrm hands and collar of a f g l i a i stitch, loop buttoning. Crociio of worslcd. Pattern 7R2: Misses Sizes 10-20 incl. 75 CENTS each pattern add 25 cents each pattern fo first class mail anrt spccia handling. Send to Laura Whee I e r Northwest A r k a n s a TIMES. 450, Necdlccraft Dept Box 161, Old Chelsea Slation New York, N.Y. 100! 1. Prin Pattern Number, Name, Ad dress. Zip. NEW! 1974 Neecllecrafl Catalo covers the creative scene -knit, crochet, fashions, em broidery, quilts, more! 75 cent NEW! Sew plus K n i t Book ha basic tissue pattern SI.! NEW! Needlepoint Book . . Sl. NEW! Flower Crochet ....$!. Hairpin Crochet Book .... Sl.( Instant Crochet Book .. ..$1.1 Instant Crochet Book ., ..$!.( Instant Money Book Sl.l Macrame Book SI .1 Complete Gift Book $1.1 Complete A f g h a n s No. 14 $!.» 12 Prize A f g h a n s No. 12 50 cen Book of 16 Quilts No. 1 50 ceni Museum Quilt Book No. 2 . . . . i cents U Quilti for Today No. 3 ....a« cents Book of It Jiffy Rugs .So cen Wash., has led a campaign for an emigration amendment the administration's trade hill nd has picked up 77 co-spon ors in the Senate. Most members of the House h a v e taken a milar stand. In Geneva, Swit/erland, the nongovernmental Committee n European Migration report- d that Jewish Emigration rom the Soviet Union to Israe 1 or the firsl five months of 107 one-third behind that of ; car earlier -- 8.473 this year om pared with 11,320 in !973 There was a nearly 50 per cent TOP in May alone, it said. Meanwhile, Soviet sources le- jorted t h a t ballot dancers Valey and Galina Panov have been "iven permission to emigrate Tter a two-year struggle for :xit visas. Panov, who is Jew sh, said he and his wife could not confirm the reports, but lave been directed to report to he visa office in Leningrad on Monday. Kissinger said he thought the congressional pressure not only vas counter-productive hut also 'really jeopardizes our ability" o carry out further detente vtlh Moscow. He said a heller way would be through indirect pressure, sucli as President Nixon might ring when he visits Moscow later this month. Kissinger's opening statement was interrupted by shouts from lemonstrators protesting U.S. tU'Olvement in Vietnam. Six protestors were removed by no- ice, and the hearing room then was closed to all but committee members, lorters. staff aides and re- Miss Voughon Honored W A S H I N G T O N (AP) Sa- i'ah Vaughan was paid a tribute on her 50th birthday by Rep. Thomas SI. Roes of California in a speech in the House of Representatives. Rees said, "Sarah Vaughan in Ihnse' 50 years has consistently provided the xvorld with the very best in entertain ment. For many years she has been an ambassador of good will for Ihe United States, sharing her joyful gift of talent. . .just about wherever people walk on this earth. If music is, indeed, the universal language. "The Divine Sarah' is a linguist without peer." damaged airplane for a 50se- cond period. The foam's function is to knock down gasoline- fed flames at least temporarily while "hot" suited firemen move in to rescue occupants. The fire-fighting equipment is mounted on a four-wheel drive pickup truck to enable fire fighters to reach any portion of the airport. The $14,550 cost of the truck and its equipment is being pick ed up largely by the Federal Aviation Administration, w h i c h requires such a fire engine to be stationed at Drake Filld. The FAA will pay 80 per cent of the cost, with the city putting up the remaining $2,91fl. Fire Chief Charles McWhorter said hat a live test will be conducted in the near future so that firemen can become familiar with the new equipment. McWhorter said t h a t several accessories for the unit including two asbestos suits, a radio and several minor tools, have been back-ordered and are expected to arrive soon. If a large gasoline spill, for instance, were experienced in the city, McWhorter said the engine could be used at some point other t h a n the airport. But, he said, if an airplane was in an emergency situation, the negine would have lo return to the airport immediately. Facts On Futures By WYLIK PARKER And LAVERN HOLIF1KLD A.G. EDWARDS and SONS, INC. T h e current ' watchword among slock anaylysts is that the market is a function of the Three I's - Interest Hales. Inflation and Impeachment. Not to be outdone. Ihe commodity markets might be said to center around the Three D's .. Deflation, Demand, and Delays (planting, that is). The final collapse of m a n y of the Txndon holdouts against downlrending prices gave a loud "Amen" to the trends earlier established in grains and meats. The concern over liquid ly; the problems in demand; both consumer and industrial; the relaxation of some of the political anxieties in Europe; he belief that the London mar- lets might come under close scrutiny, and the somber performance of gold in recent vecks served to pull the support from these markets. .. IN THE domestic market, demand problems, again both consumer and industrial, con tinue to surface. Inventories low arv being reported as prob ems in some sectors. M a n y ol Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Sun., June 9, 1*74 ArrrrcviLLC, AHIUIIUM .he availability problems which created (he Great Inflation are now moving in reverse to create commodity deflation This has been evident in grain: and meats For some time, i is now catching on in othe areas. The only bullish comment, that have been available in recent weeks have come from planting progress or lack o same, til C a n a d a , in the Sovie Union, in Eastern Europe. an in the United States have com r e p o r t s of problems in getting crops in on time. In the foreign areas, the reports have run hot and cold. In this country, the problems in corn country are not yet in a critical stage but Interview point The TIMES asked six persons if sky-high gasoline prices and increased inflation would change Iheir vacation p 11 n · this summer. Most agreed these factors would play a p«t in deciding how th«y spend their leisure time. the have lever. THE speculators nevertheless caught a touch of bull OPEN HOUSE Join Sylv Sunday 2-5 p.m. li and Cathy Boyri for to see (his Thief Steals Crutches Of Cripple Girl LOS ANGELES (AP) -- A 3- year-old girl, crippled by n birth defect, has lost her only means to walk .A thief stole a case containing her crutches and leu braces. Lupe Manjerrez was fitted with the braces last Christmas and had been walking in them until they were stolen M a y 27. Lupe's therapist. Tina Navarrete, of the Los Angeles County Crippled Children's Service, said Friday that the ttiief had retarded the girl's progress. "It's set us back by at Ipasl a month in helping her get used to the braces." Miss Navarrele said. I.upe suffers from spina bi- fida -- open spine -- and has no feeling or muscle (one below her waist. The braces extended from her waist (o her ankles. "I t h i n k that a f t e r someone took them, [hey saw t h a t they couldn't use them and just threw them away." said Maria USDA's Weekly Weather and Crop Summary For May 2!i indicated that rains benefited winter wheat ;n the Great Plains area, particularly in Southwest Kansas. Kansas conditions remained satisfactory while some deterioration occurred in O k l a h o m a . Texas conditions improved somewhat. Corn planting progress in most of the Corn Belt is about the same as last year's since rains limited fieldwork to about 2 days last week. Illinois and Tn~ dinna were behind a year ago. S p o t replanting will be necessary in areas of standing water. The wheat market has been helped by good exporter buying in the last week, although news from overseas servos to remind that foreign competition is heavy and as a result will be a depressant on prices. Harvest progress is continuing. State crop reports in the Southwest i n d i c a t e that poor areas got worse, that recent storms [ c a u s e d , h a i l damage in j some a r e a s , but that these I p r o v i d e d «*"««'T! bca'utifiillv decorated contemporary 3 "hcrfroom. High on A hill with . . . . . . . ,, '-vine, wit 1 one nl the heil views in Northeast Fayctlev ' ith luxuriuos shag , ·arpeting and' hand some fireplace, this home is ready for the discrim- natins buyer. 2320 J i m c v v p y Terrace. FAUCETTE RKAI.TORS 1202 N. College Office 412-5351 DEVELOPERS-- INVESTORS U--461. ADJACENT TO GREEK VALLEY ADDITION. 132x228 ne level land with inodcM dwelling that Is rented for S6.VOO. Zoned for one family dwelling BUT there are new APARTMENT complexes near by on cither side. A BARGA.X at OXLY $13.500. ELEGANCE AND SPACE H--tO. Combine lo make this SPACIOUS 2 story home a "must see" for the large family, fi hrdrooim. 3 balhs, FORMAL dinin» room. COlfN THY k i t c h e n livine space for FAMILY FUN. All this on 2 ACHES. Listed by Mrs. Hammers. El, the girl's lot of lazar Manjerrcz, mother. "And $fil)0 money. We can't just go buy more." Miss Navarrcle said Lupc could never bo cured. "It's something she'll always have to cope with, but the braces really make a difference." she said. "They gave her some independence, and whoever stole them. well, it a terrible thing to do." storms needed TWO m a i n parls for (he lithe umper! Whip it up i» an evening, then sew the rest of .lie leam. Sleeveless j a c k e t wings over shirt, pant.s. Printed Pattern -1892-. Hisses' Sizes 8. 10, 12, 14, 16. 18. Size 12 (bust 34) jumper 2 yards 45-inch. Send $1.00 for each pattern. Add 25 cents for each pattern 'or first-class mail and special lanriling. Send to Anne Adams. Northwest Arkansas TIMES, 438, Pattern Dept.. 243 West York. N.Y. 10011. Print NAME. ADDRB:SS, ZIP, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. DOUBLE BONUS! Choose one p a t t e r n free in New SPRING- SUMMER Pattern Catalog. Gel one f r e e pattern printed 'nside. 100 beautiful fashions, all sizes. Send 75 cents now. New! Sew plus K n i t Book -has basic tissue pattern _ · $1.25; Instnat Sewing Book $1.001 Instant Fashion Book " "" WE NEED HOMES TO SELL WE DO ALL. THE WORK and put the CASH in your hands. We have cady buyers and an cncrseiir sales staff. LET US WORK FOR YOUI ITS A SHORT DRIVE TO FAYETTEVILLE M-- 159. From this 11RICK HOME on ARMSTRONG STREET in PRAIRIE CiHOVE, .1 bedrooms, h a t h IniTlt-in-range. u t i l i t y room, w/d connections, centra] heat and on a NICE SIZED LOT, Listed by Hal Morthn, LIVE A COUNTRY LIFE H -- 13 YFT only 15 MINUTES from TOWN. Thi e ONE ACRE with BEAUTIFUL VIEW also has bedroom borne on balhs. central beat Hir, nice VHchen, carpets and 2 car saraze. A GOOD BUY liAted by Mn. Hammer.';. LOT--TREES AND A VIEW M--3*7. 137 feet fronlajre on CLARK STREET. Beautiful setting In a QUIET A R E A . ONLY 15.000. L s l c d bj' Hal Mortlin. NEAR CATHOLIC CHURCH H---10B This LARGE i bedroom BRICK home also has 2 bath 1 :, living room, kitchen WITH ALL APPLIANCES, den dininfl room »m._ family room, PljlJS fi 3 room ajnartmcnl with liath on lower CATION -- GOOD PRICE. Listed by Mrs. Hammer*. Marriage To End Academic Race SOUTH BEND. Ind. (AP)-Two N'otrc Dame Univcrsitv schnl- ars wi'l he married J u l y 6 and end an eight year academic cc. Patricia S. Kramer and Ron- lid A. Wendeln tied for the g h e s t academic average imonfi 750 g r a d u a t e s of N'otre name's College of A r t s and f.etlers. They were g r a d u a t e d in 1970 [rom Rishop Luers High School in Kort -Wayne, Ind., where lion was valedictorian and Pat was salutatorian. They w i l l l i v e in Boston where Ron will do g r a d u a t e study in English l i t e r a t u r e at Boston College and Pat w i l l do g r a d u a t e work in theology at Harvard. el. OOOD 1X3- moisture i n other a r e a s . Farmer holding of hard winter wheat is expected to occur this year and could he a strengthening factor later on in the season. For now. we .see an erratic t r a d i n g market. Prices should attempt to hold above the $3.30 area basis Chicago J u l y . A downside break would be hearts!], but the longer that level holds, the more constructive the c h a r t s will anm-ar. \V F, A T H ER PROBLEMS persist in corn. Rains in th e Northern corn licit Eire preventing planting from being completed in some areas and retarding yield prospects in other areas already planted. The counterpart a r g u m e n t i s t h a t hybrids being used today allow better yields on late planted corn so that only delays into the second week of J u n e should be a cause for a l a r m . Nevertheless, commission house ubying of new crop corn has been a feature of the recent market, often matched by commercial selling. Last week's export inspection s t a t i s t i c registered a large ,14.1 million bushels. Farmers hwe not been aggressive sellers of corn, waiting to see the trend in new crop conditions. The movement of corn from Chicago d u r i n g the A p r i l - M a y period ha? been h e a v y and with the strong export outlook and relative!} t i g h t supplies cast of the Mis sissippi, t h i s trend should con- t i n u e . Tightness In old crop corn could result. With the speculation in new crop, prices should move higher as long as (he "weather mar ket" holds. In the absence real crop trouble, we expect ok crop to gain on new crop. Kvci weather scares could see these spreads begin to w o r k . On net bnsis, corn is a "weathe market." worth.- M o -- H e will be staying closer to home because of higher gas prices and other increased costs of living. "We usually is "partially due to higher gas travel out of state, but also because there's But this year we will probably Mo. -- He feels gas prices and Gregg St.-- He plans to stay ai home this s u m m e r , taking his in peoples' travel plans. week at a time. Hft He plans lo spend a lot of time be spending much of his at home Ihis year, maybe with leisure trme working around hi* a few weekend outings lo places C A S E Y JONES o f V a n Suren -- "Yes, we w i l l be ·acationing closer to home, spending our time- in the )zai'ks." He had planned on raveling further a w a y this year ut said he is a f r a i d that with gas stations closing, he might lot be able to easily gel fuel. He also noted that gas prices are even higher in the western states t h a n they are hero. ADVERTISE Thmuandi of homenaken thta tmtai* t*Or · wm m** row mm m UTLEY and Company, Inc. On the Square Since 1742 OFFICE 442-8241 HOME Mrs. Hammers 443-2083 Ha! Mod I in 521-4108 H. L Ulley 4434044 Experienced, Responsible Sales Representative* HAROLD P A R K E R , 7 3 3 Roekwood Trail--"II I do take i vacation, it will be close to lome." He plans to occasionally ravel to places around the area ant] t h i n k s gas prices will alfect ithers' vacation plans--but only o a certain extent. Bank Blood NEW H Y D E P A R K . N.Y. AP) -- People who are anticipating surgery are urged to :ank a pint or more of their own blood for possible use lat- "The safest blood for a patient to receive is his own," says Dr. A r t h u r Sawitsky. chief of hemalology at Long Island Jewish-Hillside .Medical Center here. "Though all Wood used for transfusion at the Medical Center is analyzed for sterility, safety and patient compatibility, there still remains the possibility of nndetcctable infection or of i n d i v i d u a l sensi tivity to blood group or tissue type antigens. "There need be no fear o: being weakened," says Dr S a w i t s k y . During the three weeks before surgery, a paticn may contribute one or more u n i t s of his own blood for blooc bank storage, and go to the op crating room with fully re stored blood value. France To Continue Atmosphere Tests PARIS (AP) -- President Valcry Giscard d'Estaimj said oriay France will end its con- .rovcrsia! atmospheric nuclear ests in the Pacific after a final series of tesLs in the near fu- ure. discard d'Estaing said "th« development of the nuclear defense program is sufficiently a d v a n c e d lo permit France to pass on to the stage of under[round tests as soon as Ihe test series foreseen for this summer is completed." He said the last atmospheric iesls would be restricted !o an essential m i n i m u m , "and con* d u c t e d as previously in conditions of total safely." No precise d a t e was given [or the s t a r t of the new series. But a defense ministry announcement said the "nuclear security zone" around Mururoa Atoll in French Polynesia will be closed to all navigation from June 11 until further notice. Daley Released C H I C A G O (AP) - Mayor Richard J. Daley was released from the hospital Saturday, si.x days a f t e r undergoing surgery. Daley. 72. walked unassisted from Hush Presbyterian St. Luke's Hospital and told reporters he felt "great." A spokesman said Daley will rest for several weeks at home before r e t u r n i n g to his job at City Hall. HONG KONG FASHIONS FAYETTEVILLE For 2 Days, June 9th and 10th BANK AMERICARD AND MASTER CHARGE EXCEPTED »0«'T HISS 1*15 OPfORTBNin! SAIISfSCMOK SUHAHIEC!!,. Gct custom measured for your tailored Men's Suits, Sport Coals, Shirts--Ladies Suits, Dresses. Fornislwcar Coals surer FROM ovfn 7,000 IMPORHO SUMPLES Men's KMT SUITS SfiO.OO I'ACKAGK DEAL I Suit 1 Sport Coat I Pair Slack* 1 Shirt $110 Men's Silk-\Vorsled Suits.. S l f i i O Cashmere Sport Jackets W3.00 Mcn'j Cashmere Top-Co«t!_ $58.00 . J -4.50 U. S. AMraw P. O. Bn Z4J S!i[rt (MonGjgrammed).. FOR APPOINTMENT: Call Mr. Bob SonalU rt th* Holiday Inn, t*l. 443-4323 IjJies Silk Suits ].adie..s Silk Pantsmtj... I'ldiei Cashmere Top.Coat* Fmbroidefed Sweah CXrt» . StS.W . SIS.W

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