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47--Real Estate--For Sole : : - : · : : · BY OWNER! ,__ l-«rt Prairio Grove. y t .acre In 1 firden -with raspberries; blackber- . rlu sirawWrrlw, chicken house. v .,itorm cellar. 6 room house, new ;'-. ...Interior ,paint, attached garage, j»v Jit.500 with terms. Phone 413-5450. ; BY 'owner, very nice 3 year old brick - and Irame home/ three bedrooms, Iwo ; bathj, central Mat and contra! air, large .tot, .6-- wood privacy rcnce, dishwasher, . sreil.location, mid 2ffs, assignable loan. ^ "Site To Build .A Dream On'f ,'! 37 Acres, on Hheas Mill Road west of' Farmlngton. Choice area -- T«rmi. ·· ; -· .;' BARRETT-FINCHER 521-1929 · BY Owner three bedroom brick" home, - garage. Large !ot, 6 1 /, loan, FIIA ai^ro located in Prairie Grove. Si6-2S13. BEAUTIFUL RETIREMENT ; HOME ACREAGE r;," (SubdVislbn Possibility) «- · ^ .'. . · ^3'; 3lVa :acres ideally located only 5 **'' mtles. west of Huntsville, Arkansas %.'· on HijKway 74; 'There'is approxi ^ · inately U mile of highway front S3 1 , flge., The home is a nice . 3 bed '·i.'^room, 1 bath.. Some 25 'acres i 1*v,open and U a. good stand of fescue ·-*. There'Is a good barn and garage . T .on the property. Water is supplier ^* ' from 2 ponds, spring and well. Thi place is excellent for a subdivision or just a~ small cattle operation PRICED. AT $35,000.00. -'··- CROSSBOW ,; REAL ESTATE »"· · THE LAND SPECIALISTS *···· Old First National Bank Bulldlni ·** . N E Corner of the Square ·;'·: Huntsville. Arkansas 72740 Office 501-788-2837 ' Nleht 501-733-29Z8 or 501-738-2428 A GOOD FARM 85 Acres -- 17 Acres in odds,, balance, in good rass --new barn -- 4 Bed- oorn house remodeled -- orrals -- good, fencing -- onds and all weather spring on Illinois River -- qs- jred iincoms from poultry 16,000.00 per year -- this ·· a money making farm and ne of the best buys to be ouna". 2% ACRES Older home Iiv excellent condition ; only 8 miles East. Good well, larg garden road frontage, tree shade yard, and everlasting spring. 527 · 500. ' Ed Torbett Land Brokers 443-4541 2075 N. Colleg BY OWNER BEAUTIFUL, liAROB LOT, CLOSE r HWX. 45. SIX ROOM. OLDER KOU3 J18.TOO,-CALL AtTER 5:00 p.m. 44M10 STATEWIDE REALTY CO 846-3347 Leaving state nice level. 40cre -permanent pasture, 3 .ponds ci water, natural gas. 2Vz years o 3 bedroom brick home, 2 bath dlntngroorn, utility room, carpo carpet and tile new 40x50 ste truss metal barn anct shop, co crete floor in shop, 28,000 broile all automatic, l ,i mile to blackto 2 miles to town, will sell cattfe a equipment, with place or jost t ·farm, tcrnu:, location ideal.. KIOB three bedroom, with alt the trfli, CaU lor details. ?3t,500, 7% loan, payment B $ltS. 3163 Valley Dri ' 921-5538. '--Real Estate--For Sal» ostly. 26 ACRES open .and fenced, cellar, rn, house needs some repair, ree- bedroom. Owner will take lall down and carry balance. TOWN COUNTRY REAL ESTATE . Call 442-5932 or 442.5980 Any Hour 3 ACRES alive stone fireplace -- vlew^ ees -- 3 bedrooms -- carpeted -- xcellent, condition. Fenced -- barn pond -- near pavement. 3 miles uthcast of downtown Fay e lie- lie. Only 517,900, KUHHY! Cal uggar Really Co. 751-7222 or 756- 47-Real Estats-For 5a!e "10 Acre Tracts" N o r t h of Lincoln, on Wedlngton Read. With Tenria, you can-, live. with. Just the place for that Mobile Home. BARRETT-FINCHER 521-1929 Henley Trial Jury Near Completion 3AN ANTONIO. Tex. (AP) -After questioning 124 persons in four days f lawyers still are one Bangkok Police Battle With Chinese Youths Leaves 28 Dead NortWil Arkansas TIMES, Sat., July 6, 1974 FAYtTTEVlLLt, KKAN»*« ' HOME LAND BY OWNER Secluded home and 6 acres In Mountain. Woodland 3 miles from Unlverilty, near Hwy. 6 2 . West. Open contemporary design by architect, western cedar construction, 4 bedrooms. 2 baths,. screen porch, stone fireplace, quarter basement, kennela. Includes drapes, couch, table, dLahwaher. ifefrJg- erator, stove, many builtlns, house and 6 acres. (59,000. Call 443-2121 after 6:00. Q6ALKW After hours! us Ostmeyer Real Estate 701 North Colleg* 5M-7215, Practice th« Golden Rule" 443-2112 ARCHITECT DESIGN . Fay Jones designed this 5 bedroom 4 bath contemporary with almost 5,000 feet of living area and placed it on the lot to take advantage of the beautiful view., Beamed ceiling living room has large fireplace wall, fully equipped kitchen, lower level rec room for pool and family activities, well landscaped lot with hundreds of plants and Zoysla grass. Shown by appoint' ment, please: . GREATLY REDUCED PRICE Suburban ranch with Spanish decor and almost 4 ACRES with a great view. 3 large bedrooms, 3 full baths, king-size family room with beamed ceiling, well designed and fully equipped kitchen, formal living room, too. About one year young. Fayetteville school, tele,, gas and water. NOW ONLY W9.800. THEY'VE CUT THE PRICE On this very attractive 3 bdrm and den, 2 bath home on Stagecoach Drive. Self-clean oven, DW disp.. carpeted, draped. 2 car paneled garage, on corner lot, A very nice home for $28,750. NEAT AND CbZY Owner's transferred and offers his most attractive 3 bdrm home in North Ridjje. A very pretty home, carpeted, draped, all kitchen bullt- ins, with 2 car garage. Tdeal for retiree due . to close-in location, and ease of maintenance. Listed by Julie Eaves. BY OWNER: 4 bedrooms, TVER: imiemew. \ oeuiuuiua, a w.*, beam cathedral famljyroom-fire- lace, 2,153 square tect. 521-20W except BRICK DUPLEX 2 bdrms, living, kitchen and bath each. side. Cen. heat, 220 wiring, always rented. JUST 523,500. FOR THE ECONOMY MINDED These 3 BR, homes -are priced juat right for the retirement couple or he young couple's first home. 3 BR 2 ba. home on extra large ' - ilenty; oE room f o r a priced to sell at $24,500. ot with garden anc 3 BR, IVa ba. home with' den. and wood-burning FP, central heat air and immediate possession. To see either ol the above and other homes we have listed, call Pauline McKinney at 521-1300 or nites. 521-1549. BARER ASSOCIATES REALTORS 1618 N. College ca REALTOR 521-1300 1985 N. College Julie Eaves Jan Henson Wilma Coolick Lorls Stanton 442-7262 521-6809 521-708! 442-8744 ~BY owner, three bedroom, fireplace, carport and garden, on ^Vt lots, cllv ulll. lies, above West Fork, H3.000. 833-2894. TWO bedroom house, 1% bath la Prairie Grove Near downtown, toilet neighborhood. 'Phone W6-3SS3, NEW SUBDIVISION Now starting two-three-Iour bedroom homes. All have large family rooms with, fireplace. Two baths and large two car Brages, all builtlns. Quality construction throughout. Drive up Mockingbird Lane today and choose your home. Financing available. GINTONIO BLDG. CO. Phone 521-3313 atter 5:00 p.m. or 521-1753 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. shy of choosing a jury in the trial of a youth accused in the Houston .mass .murders: District Court Judge Preston Dial gave up at 10 p.m. Friday after 52 persons .were questioned in an 'effort'' to .-pick-. a Jury to try Elmer Wayne Henley, 18. Henley is accused in six of the " 27 deaths - of teen-aged boys whose, tortured;' bodies were found last August in the Houston area'. v ··.'-' Defense and prosecution lawyers try again -Monday .to pick the final person for a panel of 32. Each side then^will. ..-be allowed to submit- its own^bf.lO names to be struck from .the panel, and the first 12 names remaining will make up Hunley's jury.. BANGKOK, Thailand (AP) -1 'olice armed with rifles took ip positions again today around j key police station in Ban- ok's Chinatown following three days of violence that left 28 Dersons^dead. The/ 'police ·'·' moved into the streets - alleys and ' a nearby Buddihts temple, and officers with -megaphones warned citizens- with ; no" business in the 3 labplachai v police station area .0 IfiflVC. The officers moved during the earl yafternoon. The street fighting -between heavily armed Chinese youths and Thai police had tapered off at dawn after reinforced police · units chased young gunmen . 'through the streets during~~the night and made more,, than 80 arrests. There-' has -'been long-simmering resentment between th- eChi- nese and Thai police. "Two politically powerful stu- Amin Of Uganda Protests 1 French Film Ddciimentary PARIS CAP) '-^President Idi s Amin of Uganda has' lodged a n formal protest with France . aver a 'film- tliat" suggests :his r government : ordered trie" death . of thuosands of' citizens', "accord; y ing to authoritative sources. ·» The .French-made - dcumenta- ry also shows the strongman h president coaxing a crocodile to ;. splash into the Nile, clapping in an effort to startle an ele'pha'nl and delivering long monologue's on his philosophy and policy. The over-all effect of the film is chilling: In one scene Amin w orders his assembled cabinet' to 2 "make the people love their 2 leader" and the- ministers re- 4 main transfixed, .not uttering a " w o r d . - '-'·' ···· - '···'/· .. ^ ,':' f L. The documentary; '""General Idi Amin Dada," has been' play. ~ ing to packed houses in Paris for more than two months. The sources said Friday that Amir '- objected above all to the .sug o gestion that he ordered 'the s, deaths of the citizen's, and saic ij Am in threatened to take "dras ? tic measures" unless the of fending passages are cut. The sources', said. the. French - ambassador in .-Kampala,-, the Ugandan capital, last week no in the country to be prepare( or evacuation' in case Amiri's anger rises further. ' ; Th'e : producer of the film, J e a n-Francois Chauvel o France,, flew ..to ..Kampala last Saturday : for .· ' an emergency conference with Amin to hear lis objections. Chauvel said on his return here Friday that several of fend ing 'pass ages will be dumped 1 .' ori .the ' cutting-room floor. ''. . , ' . - ' ' . The scenes to be cut incluc the. shot of a public execution in which a \ narrator \ says thousands of. ; Ugandans have disappeared without ". trace since Amin .o.vefthiew ' Dr. A Milton Obote'.uv January 1972. A narra- corpse of ' .ex : _Foreign Minister Mibhael : j Qndaga 1 . was founc floating in .the- Nile.- Amin .reportedly was immensely pleased. with the film until he learned Paris audiences were laughing at him, the sources said. . Amin bad stipulated that he be the sole star and that he speak his own broken English, and director Barbel Schroeder allowed-::.the' .president to c whatever he wanted to in front fif flirt fnmoi'jK; 11 DENNIS THE MENACE By Ketehom nt groups, the National Stu nt wilier or Thailand mici Ihe eople for Democracy,-issued a int appeal to the public for in rmation'on the causes of the c l i n g . . Premier Sanyo Thammasak ia Claimed there was nothing olitical about the rioting. He told newsmen'Friday lha vo Chinese motorcycle gangs The Eagles" and "The ragons" -- bore most of the esponsibilily. A ranking police ficer said the accidental eath ot an elderly Chinese.by olice- gunfire,also could be to .ame. Three persons were killed in resurgence ot fighting Friday ight -- a young woman caught i a crossfire, a young Chinese nd a Chinese disaster relief orker. The government : said arlier in the day that 5 pers, ons had died in the. fighting! nd about 135 persons were reported wounded. : Snipers entered t h e ' f r a y for he first time"ori. Friday, :trad- ng shots with, .police" .from the pper windows- of- darkened Chinatown. Authorities said po- ice foiled an attempt to fire- iomb the Plabplachai police tation. .. : - . . The violence began-Thursday light when a taxi driver, taken o the Plabplachai station for a larking violation, claimed he lad been beaten''by .-the police. Chinese youths quickly.went or a rampage and surrounded the station, and -police j gunfire tilled seven members of the crowd. The ranking police (jtfi- cial said the elderly Chinese was killed early- in thn rioting as he tried to.find his daughter n the tu.rbulerit. : streets. '-·'·':·· In th next two days-bands of rioters -- s6rrie ; wielding''iron D a r s , homemade - gasoline aombs and-stolen rifles;--'cpm- indeered -. buses,- -set---autorno- siles on fire/'and : ·exclianged shots with police,and:crack^border police,who had been- called into the city. ..-. - . . . . · · · - . 'WE BETTER PtAY OUTIWORS... IN A SflKXAV'SftWMXID TODAY, * TWO bedroom house, two blncks (rom UofA . campus. 602 Frisco, lot 50x225, ?60M. Phone BY Owner three bedrooms and .office, lii balhs fireplace, central heat and air carpel throughout, fenced :yard, Rool School, ».28,500. 531-6S58. .. : V-a- _~ WOMAN'S WORLD i:. Welcome : a ; new baby with this quick, and easy set. Crochet 2" granny squares join into : flat pieces for jacke ··· and 'cap. Pretty in white plu -"" one color. Use 3-ply baby yarn 7-" Pattern 554: directions. Sizes :ii 'months to 1 year. . 7 5 CENTS each pattern -add 25 cents each pattern fo first-class mail and specia '^handling.. Send to Laura Whee · ! " ' l e r . . Northwest Arkansa ·'^ TIMES. 450,i Needlecraft Dept '-'·'Box 161, Old Chelsea Station New York, N.Y. 10011. Prin Pattern Number, Names, A ... dress, Zip. · 1974 Needlecraft Catalo covers the creative scene -knit, crochet, fashions, en broidery, quilts, more! 75 cenl "'NEW! Sew plus Knit Book hz V-, 1 basic tissue pattern ; ..... $1.: ; ;-NEW! Needlepoint Book .SI. 1 ·'·-"NEW! Flower Crochet ..-.$1.' ^Hairpin Crochet Book .._· $!·' ^.Instant Crochet Book ...... SIX Instant Money Book ...... ·$!.' ilnstant Macrame Book ... $!.( Complete Gift Book ....... $1.' ;Complete Afghans No. 14 ..$l. '12 Prize Arfhans No. 12 50 cen :Book of 16 Quilts No. 1 .50 cen 'Museum Quilt Book No. 2 cents ·'·' 15 Quilts for Today No. 3 . t.; cents , . o.Book ol 16 Jiffy Rugs ..50 cen A Convenient Sewing and hopping Guide for Today's Gal on the Go. BY OWNER. OAK MANOR ADDITION. Exlra nice Raacfc Hous«, 3 Urffe bedrooms. 2 fcalhs -- Brici -- many extras, acce fenced -- Phone 521-W6J. New Coaching Job MEADVILLE.v.-P,a. -.(AP) ' Glen Mason, assistant football coach and'head-tenn|s coach al Allegheny. College, 'has resigned to take over-as" defensive line coach at'. Ball' State .·University; Allegheny announced- Friday. · · · Dick Biddle; former Duke linebacker -from · -Parkersburg. W.Va., and an'All-American in 1971, will take over. ; both, of Mason*s coaching posts at Alleghe- if led all 13 French NAACP Told That Poorer Blacks Haven't Benefited NEW 0 RLEANS (AP) · -- ·Middle-class blacks benefited most from the struggle for civil rights, Los Angeles Mayor Thomas Bradley told the closing £ session'-of the- NAACP-c'oncen-' lion. "·······:'.· ': But he said poorer blocks with less education have not progressed much. There is still: an.angry mood among those blacks who are left out," Bradley said Friday night in an address to the 65th convention of the National Association -for the Advancement of "Colored People. ."We .must recognize it,' and we must deal with it." Bradley, one . of the most prominent:of the nation's 108 black mayors, told delegates they had achieved a great deal ' " more than 3,000 black officials, but . cautioned .hem not to be over-jubilant. "Black elected officials represent less than one per cent of :he elected officials in the nation." he noted. Earlier, the convention;. approved a Jan. 13 state'me'rit of the NAACP board .of directors concerning President Nixon'. The resolution says that tilers must be a presumtion of President Nixon's innocence in -Watergate and related affairs, but 'adds that there Legal Notices-- A clingy, swirrgy, soft dress o ZIP UP in polyester knits, voile, nylon jersey! Pin a lower to the belt and whirl everywhere in this. Printed Pattern 4723: Misses' Sizes 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20 Size 12 (bust yards 45-inch. 34) takes 3V4 Send $1.00 for each pattern. Add 25 cents for each pattern r or first-class mail and special aandling. Send to Anne Adams, Northwest Arkansas TIMES, 438, Pattern Dept., 243 West York, N.Y. 10011. Print NAME, ADDRESS, ZIP, STYLE NUMBER. SIZE and DOUBLE BONUS! Choose cne pattern free in New SPRING- SUMMER Pattern Catalog. Get one free pattern printed inside. 100 beautiful fashions, all sizes. Send 75 cents now. New! Sew plus Knit Book -has basic tissue pattern .. $1.25 Instant Sewing Book $1.00 Instant Fashion Book $1.00 ADVERTISE HXSZi ThmiMiidi of homeraaken real IMi feature dally . . . and th*r* will ·«· your 521-7005 TH MUSK ft :109:10 Matinee 2 p.m following Police in ONE FOR ALL AND ALL FOR FUN Open 6:45 Pel. 7:20 9:20 Sun. Mat. 2 p "IT CAN BE SAID, SIMMY AND WITH THAKKS, THAT IT IS AN ABSOLUTELY TERRIFIC MOVlEr ADVENTURE BEYOND BELIEF! SeeitAlXinthe Miracle of COMING · For Pete's Sake Thunderbolt Lightning · Daisy Miller The Greaf Lester Boggs · Old Yeller --Also · Incredible Journey Open 7:00 Fcf. 7:10-9:15 Sun, Matinee 2 p.m "·-. Open7:00 Pel. 7;,20 - 9:20 Sun. Matinee 2 p.m. JACK NICHOLSON means tough ... in the Bog art tradition telephone news conference with HELD OVER 4th GREAT WEEK Action .Laughs Excitement several newsmen Friday, insisted he would not permit the 23- year-old prisoner FAYE DUNAWAY means tender . . · in the Bacall tradition Slaton said he wanted to "in- ROMAN POLANSKI means suspense . . . in the "Rosemary's Baby* tradition. Together they mesn sure the fair disposition of this case in court. We will not have nationwide press conference or ony other press DON'T MiSS ALL THE FUN conference as far as he is con. . We've got to accom- "CHINATOWN' . the most exciting film of the year. modate the courts and not the EVEREST i JENNINGS WARNING ORDER Ch 74-269 Tn The Chancery Court or Washington County, Arkansas LINDA S. KNUTMAN. PEaintilf Vs. JACK BILL KNUTMAN, Defendant The Defendant is warned to appear in this Court within thirty days and answer the complaint of Ihe Plaintiff in Ihc above entitled cause. Witness my hand and seat ot tnls Court this 1st day ot July, 1974. Alma Kollmeyer, Chancery Clerk By Knthlecn Harness. D.C. (Seal) 4lc 6, 13. 20. 27 " : ' ~IK THE CHANCERY" COURT OF WASHINGTON COUNTY, ARKANSAS PAULINE TAYLOK WALL PETITIONER Vs NO. 22819 GLENN TAYLOR RESPONDENT NOTICE OF SALE Notice Is hereby given that I, Bill Looff, Sheriff ol Washington County, Arkansas, will on the 16th day of- July, 1974, olfer (or sale at public outcry the highest bidder at Washington County Courthouse the following personal projerty, in the County ot Washington, Stfele of Arkansas, to-wit: On 1966 Dodge Dart. SlalionwaEon, Motor Number LL45B67J2KH-I Tiis sale wilt be made by virtue ol a levy made by me under an execution issued out of the Chancery Court Wnsh! ng(on Cou nty^ Ark an sas, on the 30th doy of April, Ifftt, upon * Judgment rendered in said Court in favor of the petitioner against the respondent referred lo above, safd execution issued In favor of said petitioner. Witness my hand this 2nd day ot Juy, 1974, BILL LONG. SHERIFF I cert Ify that Ihls Instrumc nt is 4rue copy of the notice on file in this office or presented to us for copying or photostating. Date; -July 2. J974 Alma Kolimeyer, Circuit Cleric Kayc ChappcU, D.C. (Seal) 2lc - 6, 13 Chenaull Asks News Conference ATLANTA, Ga. (AP) -- An attorney for Marcus Wayne Chenault, accused of slaying Mrs. .Martin Luther King Sr,, says he will seek a. court order permitting Chenault to hold news conference at the jail. Dist. Ally. Lewis Slaton, who blocked Chenault's plans for a

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