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· Nerthw** Arkansas TIMES, Wed., Jun« 12, 1974 PAVtTTtVLLLK. A R K A N S A S [Help Make Grants-ln-Aid Possible 47--teal Sstol*--for Sal* *T OW.S'ER: I-irst hOM-r. ran llvf In or r*nl, I*rr« tnromf. lemil, WrH«. P.O. »» in:. NEW SUBDIVISION Now start!nff two-three-four bedroom homes. All h a v e l a r g e family room« with fireplace. T w o bathx and Urge two car K»raj;es, ·M bull tin*. Quality construction throughout. Drive up Mockingbird L*ne today and choose your home. Financing available. GINTONIO BLDG. CO. Phon« 521-1378 a f t e r 5:00 p.m. or 5?1-1753 9 a.m. to S p.m. KEW HOME «i 4E«tincllv* lot frith iH ·vtnt -- tvoodbamlns fireptaer. »ir con. dJlionLnj;. dSshwi^er, wlf-clraning own, UrM d«ck, fully cirp^ted and mtKti more. Priced M J?5,500. Call Sffl-SGQ for ap- po:ntm*nl. PRICE REDUCED On thli f i n e home it 1501 Stubtle- litld. 3 Bedrocm. -- 2 Bath -Fireplace. CaH Jean Barrett to-day. BARRETT-FINCHER 521-1929 40 ACRES-REDUCED All open -- new fence* -- hay b a r n -- milk bam -- 2 bd rm dwelling Located near Dutch MOU on Hwy .S9 Price S39,WO. Listed by B. L REDUCED TO SELL 70,000 chicken capacity with excellent f i n a n c i n g -- a l l automatic -Grossing $20,000 annually -- Ty.son c o n t r a c t -- 6 yr. old house -- open pasture f«r 50 yearlings. Price S77,- OX- Near Lincoln, Ark. Listed by B. L. Lewis. 3535 N. College EVERYBODY md* O» TIMES WAN 1 ADS. You nt BY OWNER 2-3 bedroom, brick, with centra he«i, 22x28 «eparate workshop (·rage. I acre corner lot with ' In fenced pasture. In Fayettevill e!ty limiti, good neighbor*, S24.CMW Phone 4W-5535. 40 ACRES .some dm red, good L. - = beautiful .sedudri building site:, feu »i!« to Prairie Grove. Jiraml* Rleff Rogers 636-1 Z?2. »T Omwr. 8% «]u!ty buy. S-3^2 pti brick- Centra! hfrflt/a Lr w I th woodbur tni fireplace. Formal llvJngroom. Re* ·chool. $34.500. Ph(*ie 52-5109, KMALL ho-isc for sale. Buyer lo mm It ott yrespnt property. For further i tornwiion writ* box M-55 c/o Northwe Art. TIMES. Mountain Top Lifc* new 375x32' Broiler hous with automatic equipment. 12 acre moai]y Fescue with 2 wells and ponds. Home Is 2 bed rooms ai den with fireplace. Its a p r e t t place. S3«,000. Terms. Bargain Broilerss ??,500 capacity. 80 acres. Steal ; J26.700. View Site 46 acres \' 3 mile Tl. LiXe new b*drooms and 2 baths with lar; ^la*»ed in porch. Pumphouse. G; rage. Pond. I55.CMW. Terms, 38 Acres Unimproved Well locoaled, ',i mile from black icrp. 35 acres cleared. Owner Financed Unimproved acreages. On blickto and off. Bargain prices. NEWL1N REALTY CO. 839-2552 or 839-2259 West Fork. Arkansas PRICED TO SELLz Owner leavin? needs to sell condition older home in I'rair Grove. l!i baths, 3 bedrooms, LJ kitchen big back porch, and bas m« nt- dote t o sc hoob. chu rch ·nd downtown. Price S11,000.00. Ca Buddy BraHon, 521-2266. BARRETT-FINCHER 521-192 EVERYBODY read* thfl TI1IE3 WAN ADS. You an! LARGE LOT BA 119 cannot be beat! Tor only snull equity you ca n own t h 3 bedroom 2 f u l l bath home cot plete w/family room, equipped k chen. formal dining, u t i l i t y roo Jor J39.500. Call 521-1300 for appointment or nites: Pauline McKinney Jam«* Esker Shannon Martin 521-H 442-50 BAKER ASSOCIATES RHALTORS 1618 N. College 521-130 RE/J.TC* Arkansans' Contributions To Heart Fund "Contributions by the people .kansas Heart Association, of Arkansas to the Heart Fund I "These new grants by have helped make possible the [American Heart Association .pcnded approximately $22t the million to advance scientmo awarding of ?2.84 million in i bring the total to he expended grants-in-airl throughout the ' '- "·- "--' United States for research in h e a r t a n d blood vessel diseases," according to Dr. Bc-n 0. Price, president of the Ar- that begins July 1. to a record total of $16.5 million. · into that Guess Who's Coming To Dinner Elsie the cat lick* her chops after finishing off her din- ner. And just in lime, too, because the hungry load had come up looking for a free meal. (AP Wirephoto) Cornered Near Arcadia Holdup Suspects Captured In Louisiana ARCADIA, La. (AP) -- Two lank robbery suspects were aptured Tuesday night a f t e r hey were cornered in rough ountry six miles from the spot vhcre Bonnie and Clyde were ;unned down in the '30s. Police said Michael O'Dell Davis. 26. of Houston, Tex.. i r as taken into custody at dusk not far from' where the search egan. A second man. Wilbert May- ield Jr.. 17. also of Houston, vas captured several hours later, officers said. Officers said they found May- ield after a truck driver told hem he almost struck Mayfield as he crossed a highway. Davis was booked in Bienville 3 arish on attempted murder iharges in the shooting uf a deputy, police said. Bond was set at S40.000. All but 5300 of the $104,000 akcn in the holdup was receo- vercd, officers said. About 100 officers surrounded a woorleri section between here I Gibbsland after the men abandoned their car and fled or Toot--losing a pillowcase stuffed with $90,000 along the way. The cash was taken from the First National Bank near the campus of Grambltng University, about 20 miles east of iiere. Lincoln Parish Deputy Sheriff John Rinehart said in Grambling one gunman robbed the bank and drove off in an em- ploye's car, switching to a get- awyy auto with driver about a mile away. A L A R M BROADCAST A radio alarm was broadcast, with a description of the car and the men. In adjoining Bienville Parish Chief Deputy Sheriff Harold J McCarthy spoiled the auto and tried to "stop it. touching off a brief gunfight in which he suffered a minor leg wound. "They took off again and a truck driver happened to see them when they shot the deput and he continued after them in the truck and run them off the road, made them wreck t h e i r car." said Sheriff A. E. Whit man of Bienville Parish. "Pret ly smart." Another truck driver. Bobby Newsome of Marion, La., sav Ihe wrecked car but had nc idea what was involved. He stopped lo help. "I hollered. 'Is anyb hurt?' and they said a baby was hurt but when they close they pulled a gun," Newsome said. "One of them got in the truck hut he didn' have the keys. I ran around the LARGE FAMILY home 'Bpprox. 3.SOQ sq. ft.) on 15 large A overlooking P.G. Excellent water supply -- Imm. occupancy. 6 ACHLS on blacJcfop -- Greenland School -new 3 3rd brick with guest house for mother-in-law. $33 .OW. 3 BEDROOM Ksrmington -- 100x165 ft, lot -garden in -- 1mm. occupancy. J! 6,000. THE OSBURN BROKERS HWY «2 Phone UNDER CONSTRUCTION Ju*t outside city on l » i sere trad, Brick 3 BR family room with fireplace. 2 baths complete kitchen. 2 car garage. CH A. Just under WOO »q. ft. Mid-thirties. GOOD LOAN I^ITM bedroom Hi bath brick ve- nter home, in excellent condition. Ixxan about y!5AT5. payments 1137 per mon , . bout y!5AT5. payments 113 nth it 7^ interest. Prict BETWEEN P of A and shopping center. 3 B3t home. About 1200 *q. ft. Sep. Aral* din. rm. 1 car £aragc. *m=.l] «r«a. Price SI 6 090. Deceptive Trade LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Per sons in storm damaged areas of the state should be cautious when hiring contractors to make repairs to homes and businesses, Atty, Gen. Jim Gu Tucker said Tuesday. Tucker said he filed suit in December as a result of alleged deceptive trade practices by i Little Rock contractor in Craig head County following the Jo nesboro tornado. Tucker said there was a I bor shortage at the time ant that many unscrupulous indi viduals went into the commu nily and offered services they were unable to perform. Tucker said persons shouk deal only with reputable con- t ractors who are k nown a nd recommended by friends and neighbors. ?ack of the truck and kept the ruck between us." Newsome said the men then ·an for the woods and the area vas soon swarming with o f f i - cers. A .he police helicopter spotted two men r u n n i n g in the woods and reinforcements were summoned to block off exits. The area lies six miles north of the marker erected at the spot where Clyde Barrow anc gunmotl Bonnie Parker were killed, ending one of era's mosl famous crime careers. State Commission Approves Funds For Police Training LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- The state Commission on Crime and Law Enforcement allocated about $850,000 in federal motley Tuesday, including three grants totaling $355.000 to the Law En- "orcement Training Academy at Camden. The money for the training academy he spent, on an addition lo present facilities and will pay for the academy's mobile training unit and lectur- rs. A dozen proposed programs were n ot approved after the commission's staff warned that fund's were running low. The staff said that ED fund new programs would jeopardize the availability of money for existing ones t h a t have not yet run the three years allowed with partial federal funding. The commission also adopted a policy of requiring counties that want aid for additional sheriff personnel to obtain an opinion from the attorney general or a prosecuting attorney. L*9of Notices WARNING ORDER IX TH3 CrUNCKP.Y COURT OF WASHtXOTOX COUSTI. AKKA.VSA3 NO. CH-J!4« David Vacfhn Plalnti/l iy Jo Vs. REALTORS 198 M. Coll«xc Office 442-S51 Bobby* Ha'.brook Re- U3-2227 trivia Dtnlorth R*«, w?-tt:-o Chritline Blondcau Kes. 521-2001 ·. C. r*ucett* Bet. U2-2277. . t. B«eVy Jo Vaughn is wur.ed » appear In this Court within thirty days fend answer thf complaint of :r.t Plaintiff in th* el»ve entitled Witness my hand and wal of this Co-Jrt li,.( Ktb day at May. 1374. Abia Koltneyer Chancery C'.trt £7 Ka« Cfcapj*U D.C. 4Tc 29. 3. 12. I* Price Gouging Reported On Baling Wire OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -Complaints of "opportunistic profiteering and price gouging 1 ' have increased as the shortage of baling wire becomes more acute in Oklahoma, a state agriculture expert said Tuesday. John Goodwin, deputy commissioner of Ihe agriculture department, said several wholesale and retail distributors have set their retail price for baling wire at $50 to $55 per 6,500-foot roll. The price for the same roll last year varied from $12 to $17. Goodwin said William Buffe of Kansas City, sales manager for Armco Steel Corp., said he has learned of instances which Armco wire was being sold to farmers and custom balers by dealers for up to $50 a box. B u f f e said the company's dealer cost is !css than $21 per roll in carload lots, f.o.b. Kansas City. "In the event that we receive continued reports that dealers are selling Armco wire at excessive prices. Armco may wish to re-evaluate its policy ol distribution to such dealers," B;iffe said. Goodwin also quoted Edwin Txrd, vice president of Colorado Fuel and Iron in Pueblo, Colo., as saying if his firm learns its baling wire is being sold at exorbitant prices or on the black market "we will consider it grounds lo discontinue doing business with those dealers." The opinion would rule on whether extra persons sough were authorized at the salarj level requested. RECENT RULING The policy apparently wa: passed in reference to a recen r u l i n g by At'.y. Gen. Jim Gu Tucker. He said that countie whose sheriff department per sonnet were limited by stat law could no; put up the re quired local part of a federa grant from local tax funds. Other grants approved in elude: --Miller County, $11.945 t pay for the salary and equip ment of a criminal investigate in ttie sheriff's department. --Batesyille, $2,606 for criminal investigative unit. --Arkansas Correction De partment, $19,232 for two con struclion supervisors and $8.601 to hire an administrative re view officer io handle inmat grievances. ---University _ of Arkansas- Little Rock, 525,000 to continu a police science degree pro gram. --Arkansas Securities Div: sion, 525,240 for two investiga tors of "white collar crimes." --Arkansas State Police, $6 491 for two summer camps fo !0 boys at Camp Orr in New ton County and at Camp Pio neer at Pope County. ROGERS G R A N T --Nevada County, $35,447 fo jail improvements. --Prairie County. $23.625 fo jail rennovation. --Rogers. 22.213 for four add tional personnel and $40,412 fo an automatic data retrieva system. --Forrest City. $42.063 start a recoding system. --Clark County, $13,599 continue its comprehensive venile justice program. --West Memphis, $13.414 buy a bomb disposal unit. --Harrison and Boone Coun ty. $29.416 to expand a crimina investigation unit. Clark Pleads Henry Clark. 22. Route 2, Lowell, pleaded innocent Tuesday in Washington Circuit Court to a charge of allering a check and uttering. The charge involves a check drawn on Ihe Liberty National Bank and Trust Company of Oklahoma City, wilh Wilson and Company as maker and Henry L. Clark as payee. The check was passed to CoUrelt's grocery store in Springdale on May 24, according lo the information filed Friday. Clark's trial was set for July 2, 1574. Two Escapees Recaptured CUMMINS PRISON PARS (AP) -- Two Cummins Priso Farm inmates escaped in sepa rate incidents Tuesday, but au thorities said both were late recaplured. A Cummins spokesman sai Stephen Schuster, 21, left th prison Tuesday to drive t Tucker Intermediate Refo matory, but never complete the trip. He was apprehended early to day. a spokesman said, but th details of his capture were no immediately known. Schuster was serving a 3-yea sentence from Sebastian Count for false pretense. Steve Rounsavall. 29. was ap prehended at Pine Bluff afte he was reported missing fron his assigned area, prison off cials said. Rounsavall was. taken int justody after he was spotte jumping from a Corrections De parlment truck inside the Pin Bluff city liits. The truck was enroute to th construction site of the ne\ [women's reformatory and wa h a u l i n g a food unit to feed con struction workers. Officials said Rounsava iaparently was hiding in lh 'food unit. He was serving a 3 year term from Newton Count for burglary and grand larceny Sheriff Results UTTI,E ROCK (AP) -- Re- ults in sheriffs races in Aransas in the Democratic primary runoff Tuesday. Cleveland: Joe Paul King 1 7Z, Carter Ashcraft 1,107. Crittenden: Incumbent on research in the fiscal year amcs R. Browder 2,225. R. L. iimmons 4,540. Dallas: Joe A. Pennington 2,- i28, Hugh Nult 1,570. Marion: Incumbent, Lowell Phone Numbers To Be Changed Telephone numbers in Lowell will change Sunday, June 16. "New Lowell numbers that can be called loll-free from Fayetteville will begin with a 770 prefix," said manager George Holland of Southwestern Bell ."Lowell numbers that customers can call by long distance will have a 659 prefix." The manager said Ihe number change at Lowell is necessary in connection with a service expansion and improvement project being carried out there. This project will enable Lowell telephone customers to call each other without toll charges. These customers now have Springdale numbers, starting with 751 and 756 prefixes, and Rogers numbers with 636 prefixes. "When the new Fayetteville telephone directory is distributed next fall, these new Lowell numbers will be listed." Holland said. "In the meantime. Fayetteville residents who call Lowell frequently might want to get the new numbers .here and write them down for handy reference." A temporary telephone direc- "This does not t a k e account the grants-in-aid our own heart association will make. The Arkansas Heart Association will announce its grants early next month," Dr. Price adds. In February, the national association announced 1974 75 ' fellowship awards for 169 senior investigators in the national research program. Grants-in-aid are made to non-profit institutions to expand research activities which broadly relate to cardiovascular function and disease, or to related fundamental problems. An additional 31 grants-in-aid totaling about $700,000 also were approved by American Heart's Research Committee, to be activated as funds become avail- le for their support. Current grants from the slate sociation are held by Dr. G. oyne Williams. Dr. Gilbert ampbell and Dr. Roberl ulloch at the University of Ar- nsas Medical Center. The sociation's research com- ittee is considering six appli- tions for new or continuing anEs. Since 1949, the American Association and ils ationwide affiliates have ex- research in Ihe heart and blood vessel diseases. The awards ar« made possible through public contributions to the Heart Fund campnign in February, and through memorial gifts. REPLACE YOUR OLD DISHWASHER Ralph tory for Li \lethvin 1,460, -Berry Burleson ,212. Stone: Incumbent, Flynn Nor man 1,705. R. C. Alexander 1,206. Perry: Merrill L. Allison 1.292, Art Hilburn 707. Polk: Incumbent, H e r m a n iiilahan 1,637. A. I,. Hardway 2,790. Pulaski: Incumbent, Monroe Love 11.848. David Bentley 10.319. Ouachita: Incumbent, Jerry McMahan 4,116, Robert E. Gar- and distributed to customers ibere. A limited number of these temporary directories are available to Fayetteville customers from the · Southwestern Bell business office. ner 4,877. Saline: Incumbent, Herrell orary .owcll has been printed Smith 4,121, Joe Richards 6,218. Washington: Richard D. Hoyt 3,970. William L. Murry 4.947. Woodruff: Incumbent. Ed Hall 1,918, Barry Alumbaugh 1.794. Lake Levels Beaver Table Rock Bull Shoals Norfork Greers Ferry Level Change 1129.4 u .4 928.1 u .3 671.8 568.2 469.4 Cronkite Trusted NEW YORK (AP) -- Walter Cronkite of CBS was rated the most trusted and objective newscaster on television in ; national public opinion survey. NBC's John Chancellor raie second in the PhillipR-Sindlin- ger Survey, and ABC's How ard K. Smith was third. A year ago. Smith was first Chancellor second. Harry Rea ioner of ABC third and Ct'on kite fourth. "Largely as a result of the Watergate scandals Cronkite has vaulted into firs place,'' Phillips-Sindlinger sai on the basis o[ 1,679 nationwid telephone interviews. It added that CBS' Dan Rath er. whom it described as "com monly cast in the role of th President's archfoe." was th newscaster who scored greatest 1973-74 advance trust by the public. ·XPERT WATCH REPAIN sWTfT*s BNntk · 4 Cycle · Built-in Soft Food Disposer · Dual Detergent Dispenser · 3 Wash Levels · Rinse Aid Dlspansar · Sound Insulated DUNAWAY'S G.E. 11 E. MOUNTAIN VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL NORTH STREET CHURCH OF CHRIST 9:30-11:00 a.m. June 10-14 EVERYONE INVITED Going on a vacation? DON'T STOP YOUR PAPER Use The TIMES' Convenient "LAYAWAY" or MAILAWAY" Plan "LAYAWAY" We'll save all copies of the TIMES in a handy VACATION-PAK bag for you while you're away from home. When you return the Vacation-Pak will be delivered to you at no extra charge. . . and you cart catch up on all the news at your convenience. Keeps newspapers from piling up on your porch, too! Just call 442-6242 and tell us the date you're leaving and the date you will return. It's that simple. "MAILAWAY" If your vacation plans call for you to be at one mailing address for a week or more, we'll be glad to mail you each day's issue at no additional charge, rather than deliver it to your home. Just call 442-6242 and give us your vacation address, the dates you want mail delivery started and stopped, and the date you want home delivery resumed. We'll take care of the rest. HAVE FUN. . . .DRIVE SAFELY! J2ort!jtoest PHONE 442-6242

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