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47-Real Eitaift-For Sale- several now homcj are being built. Colors and accessories may be ,,, picked by the buyer. Call us ty Information'.' ' i '- BEQUETTE-PERRY CONST. CO. ·; 521-6510 413-3780 442-2559 ... . SOMETHING SPECIAL With a NE location, and under $45,000.00. Colonial design, approx. 2.100 sq. ft. plus all of this: 3 bdrms. ·· i formal liv. rm., formal rfln.'rm., · beamed celling family room with -·· FP, Recreation rm.; covered patio ,'.' ',fe acre lot with fenced brick yard '- storm windows humidifier. All this ''· plus an outstanding view. OAK MANOR ADDITION Lovely, now 3 bdrm brick 1800 sq, . ii.. formal Hv. rm. largo family rm. with FP, large kitchen corner lot. Price 139,900.00. 5 BEDROOMS .^ with a panoramic view. NK loca · . tion -- up and down construction \: This 2 yr. old homo h:is everything ; Formal living rm., Formal dining ... ,im., extrn large family rm, wit] - , FP beautifully draped and in ex : cellcnt condition. 3.000 sq. ft. o :. comfortable living. Price 562,000.00 ·!: 3W5 N. College · 53 "Developers of Hyland Park" Young at heart should see this bedroom, home--newly redecorate Inside oiil. Beautiful view. Price under §20,000. Nearlng completion -- VA com -· mittment 7 3 ,^%. 3 Bedroom 2 bat central heat - approximate 1700 s ft., Carpet -- cedar Brick. Pic your colors. Priced at just. §21,00 '-;. Asbell school. Convenient to U. ' A. 3 "Bedroom. Hi bath. Doub rock fireplace. Very attract! home. You should see this horn before you buy. Priced under ;- 000. 1 Looking for more for your mone d '· See this 3 bedroom 1 1 A bath. Uric - Northeast location. Extra shady lot. Price 526,000. . t .'2243 N. College 521-1180 REALTOR i-Call: v Patt Carmichael ·BUI Keeton - Maxlne Smith ri . Mildred Graue LeKoy Willis Bill C. Graue Mary Ann Rhodes 443-4 521-14 442-21 442-4' 442-R 521-3' 521-5! --Real Esfate-For Sale IMMACULATE (NEW PRICE) BR, IVa bath, carpeted, antique Ick home on large lot.-Central at, fireplace, Built-in oven and nge, washer imd dryer connec- 3ns. Good y.nrdcn spot. Separate orage building, on Hunlsvlllc oad. West of Eastgate Shopping enter. For appointment. CAL.!* HE1NEY REALTY CO. wy, 16 East 442-923fi PRAIRIE- Grove. Cozy 2 bedroom smc with [ull basement. Heavily shad- tot. Walk to school and toivo. Call 2515 for appointment. McClellan To Oppose More Aid To Turkey LITTLE ROCK CAP) -- Sen elm L. McClellan, D-Ark. liairman of the Appropriations iommittee, said Sunday that he avored cutting off economic id to Turkey in retaliation for urkey's decision to resume the ultivation and sale ot opium oppies. Popples were once the main mirce of illegal heroin in the United Stales. '"I think we ought to cut off very dime of our aid if they an't stop the exportation of pium into this count; y," VteClellan said. On another topic, McClellan ;aid he thought a possible tax ireak for low-and middle-in- :ome families deserved urgent ;ludy and prompt consider ion, But McClellan said he bought such a tax cut was dead during the current congressional session because "il vas just too late." McClellan vas one of 64 senators who voted against an amendment to a debt celing bill that was later approved and sent to the White louse. The proposed amendment, which did not have the any Senate 33-64 last Northwest Arkanwi TIMES, Tuesday, July 9, FAVETTEVILLE. ARKANSAS 1974 13 Congress Hopes To Improve Image By Meaningful Action gr its THEY CAMS TO SEE THK CANE Passengers view sugar cane fields /rom Hainan's only operating railroad Hawaii's Operating Railroad Is Now Just Tourist Attraction recommendation of committee, failed week. Concerning a report that said lie voted 5C per cent of the time in -1973 in support of the President's position, McClellan said .he sponsor of certain legisla- ,ion does not determine whether he votes for it. "When I vole, I vote because r think it's right, and I don't let a Nixon label deter me. from doing my duty," he said during an interview with KARK-TV of Little Rock as he prepared return to Washington. to Morris Dies BATTLE CREEK, Mich. .-Emory Morris, 69, board Dr. . . chairman and retired president of the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, died Saturday. A "dentist, Morris had been prsident of the foundation for 27 years LAHAINA, Maui (AP) -- The Kaanapali-Lahaina and Pacific Railroad is Hawaii's only operating railroad -- and it's track is just a little longer than its name. The railroad runs through miles, of sugar cane fields and skirls the ocean on the western coast of the island of Maui, Hawaii's valley isle. Th etrain -- an oil-fired steam engine and two coach cars--serves as a tourist attraction for this resort area. But at the turn of the century, a similar train running on the same track was used to haul sugar cane from the fields to a refinery, a job now done by trucks. Since the "Sugar Cane Train" is Hawaii's only representation of the railroad era tourists aren't tiie only people who ride the bumping and jerking cars, and smell the steam that can only be created by a train ride. "Myrtle" is the train's No. engine. Another steam engine "Anake," is used for a back-up These two were built in 1943 fo a limestone quarry in Ohio They were refurbished in Penn sylvania and shipped to Hawaii WIDE OPEN SPACES If you have a "don't fence me In" feeling, you must see this lovely ··· home with lots of space both in - · a n d around il. In the Butter-field ·i School District and priced at S37,- .'500. 1 James Freeman 521-6300 or 521-7088 FREEMAN 1617 N. College 521-6300 REALTOR THIS IS IT If you're looking for a nice 3 Br. l l ,2 bath home for your family, bu1 can't afford a high payment, let us show you one In Springdale for , only S17.500. - James Freeman 521-6300 or 521-7088 - FREEMAN REAL ESTATE C5AUOR 1617 N. College 521-6300 CLEAR CREEK VALLEY 8S acres with 60% open, good grass creek through property, 3 ponds and nice 3 Br \\'i bath home. Has 2 laying houses, goo'd hay and machinery storage and excellent terms. 521-3498. M S The train makes day -- five rouni six days trips each Willis B. Kyle of Fresno, Ca lif. owns the' K-L and P Rail road. He also is the owner o four other tourist-railroads California, Arizona and Oregon One additional treat on the (aanapali line is the singing onductor, Edward Pakaki. Heat, Humidify Plaque Nation By The Associated Press Heat and humidity clung to most of the nation from the- central Rockies to the Atlantic oday after spawning tornadoes as well as heavy rain in a number of states. , ; . ' " : Funnel clouds were seen VIonday in Texas, New Mexico Alabama, Georgia, Florida ant Minnesota. Winds gusting to 8 miles per hour were recorded at Albany, Minn. A storm' that moved inland dumped unseasonably heavj rains over northern Calitorni; and showers were expected I continue in the northern am !entral Pacific Coast. In the Midwest, more than a: inch of rain fell in an isolate- thunderstorm at Decatur, III A widespread outbreak of heat drove temperatures into the 90s or higher M o n d a y ' in much of the eastern two-thirds of the nation. The mercury hit 101 at Minneapolis-Si. Paul, Minn., the hottest July 8 there in 26 years. Headings of 100 or above also were recorded in adjacent sections of Wisconsin and the Dakotas. 4-H fund Drive Gels Under Way The annual fund drive (or the Vashington County 4-H Founcla- Board is underway with major efforts to be made during he week at July 15-20. The announcement was made a'y Randall Roberts, president the board. A budget of $4,895 las been approved. Funds, are used to send 411 nembers to Washington, D.C.-or a week's stay at the Vatibnal 4.H Center to participate in a citizenship short course. Other activities which are supported by the funds, include county camp, dog show, poultr; barbecue dress . revue, talenl show beef and dairy study days and international and interstate exchange ·programs. Funds are also'used to send adult leaders :o regional and national forums enroll- assist in the youth training rogram. The drive will be counlywide nd 4-H members will contact usincssmcn for support of the rogram which has an ment of more than 1,500, Board members, in addition o Roberts, are Dale Killian, ecretary - treasurer; Barker Adair; secretary-treasurer; Dr. James Mashburn, all of Fayet- .evilte, Arthur', Johnson, Lloyd Coger Phil Phillips, all of Springdale and W. H. Huene- "eld of Lincoln. No Obligations WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Justice Department says it hat no anti-trust objections to a pro posed study by the New York Clearing House Association o the financial troubles of the Franklin National Bank. The Justice Department ac tion clears the way for the as sociation to make recommenda ms to bank regulatory off als for steps to assure Frank 's continued operation. ' MURL STEED Real Estate Exchange Farms Ranches Investment 1617 No. College 521-3900 REALTOR This 100 acres with good pond, part in pasture,-can be developed into a fine homesite for the person who wants lots of room but has to work In Fayetleville. 521-3498 M S Farms Ranches Investment MURL; STEED Real Estate Exchange 1617 No. College 521-3900 REALTOR INCOME PROPERTY THREE NICELY FURNISHED APARTMENTS LOCATED WITHIN WAUCNG DISTANCE OF SEIOPPING, ETC. EACH HAVE THEIR OWN 'PRIVATE ENTRANCE. TWO HAVE LIVING ROOM ONE BEDROOM. BATH. KITCHEN WITH EATING AREA. THE THIRD HAS TWO BEDROOMS, LIVING ROOM, SEPARATE DINING, KITCHEN AND BATH. YOU'Ii FIND PLENTY OF STORAGE PARKING AND THREE UNIT GARAGE. TOO IP YOU CHOOSE TO EXPAND. THE LOT IS LARGE ENOUGH TO ADD APARTMENTS OR DUPLEXES. EACH PRESENT UNIT HAS SEPARATE UTIL1TIZ3. SEE TODAY AT 522,500.00. CALL VIRGINIA BRISTOW -- OFFICE 521-4000 AFTER 5 CALL 4-12-5347. ' 2 DUPLEXES VERY NICELY SITUATED ON AN EXCELLENT LOT IN A CHOICE LOCATION -- THEY ARE OF EXCELLENT QUALITY TN EVERY WAY -- DESIGNED AND BUILT FOR LOW MAINTENANCE AND TO YIELD AN ATMOSPHERE FOR QUALITY LIVING -CENTRAL HEAT AND AIR -TWO BEDROOMS IN EACH UNIT. 2 UNITS OF OVER 1.000 SQUARE FEET AND TWO UNITS OF OVER 300 SQ. FEET. GARAGES PLUS PAVED DHIVE AND PARKING AREA. ALL 4 UNITS HAVE SEPARATE ·UTILITES. THESE ARE PRICED BELOW CONSTRUCTION COST AND IN ABSOLUTELY TOP CONDITION -- IF YOU CAN FIND ANY NEED FOR REPAIRS ANYWHERE WE WILL HAVE OUR EYES CHECKED FOR WE COULD NOT. IF YOU WANT SOME QUALITY RENTALS FOR A GOOD PRICE CHECK THESE -- SORRY .YOU MUST BUY BOTH FOR WE CAN FIND NO REASONABLE WAY TO SELL THEM SEPARATELY. CALL B. A. SKAMBLIN -- OFFICE 521-4600 -- AFTER 5, 442-H6. TWO BLOCKS To the Square -- a, good solid com- forlablD two bedroom home on a small tree-shaded IoU ^yoodbu^n- ing Fireplace, Large living room, A Great Buy for $15,500.00. BEAVER SHORES Just listen" these two Desirable ]ots -- on Blacktop, Towering Pine Trees. Both for S3.500.00, Don't put it off. Call us now. BEAV-O-RAMA Beautiful Building Site. lar^e na live shade Irees, corner lot. Paved and City Water. Bargain. 45 EAST Just off Highway in area of fine homes. Lot 114x180 with Deep Well. Great place to build. A BEAUTY DUPLEX -- Two Bedrooms each Carpeted and draped, completely furnished, Central air -- cxcellenl location, East of the Library. , this for sure. Evenings call ' 6-143. HOME SITE Just off 45 East 118x214 Level lot in area of other fine homes. Price is' reasonable. IAKE SITE Here is tho ideal loaction for your summer home or all year round large corner lot with abundance of trees, city water, see this for sure. Evenings call 442-610, We have good Substantial buyers of Real Estate. If you want to sel Homo, Business, or Farm be sure to call just tl II or c he bu come in, We may have lyer for your Property A GREAT INVESTMENT Close to Square and Dicksa Street. Substantial Brick buildin Favorably leased, Plus two moder Bungalows. Priced to produce be tor than average Interest on you money. Evenings call 751-3724. IDIE MONEY Then put it to work. We have ju been authorized to offer this beau liful Four bedroom home pli three two-bedroom home and a G; rage apartment at a very attract^ price terms. Close to campus an hospitals. Call us for details, Ev n ings--442-6640. BIG AS A BARN Here's a wonderfully livable hou. with four bedrooms. Family roo Two ceramic bath si Two-car g rage. Privacy -fence, back yar North of U. of A. Evenings cs 442-6CMO. STOP LOOKING! This is it! Owner moving, Han. some Hacienda. Three Spacioi bedrooms. Attractive Kitchen wi bar, palio and Bar-Be-Que on lev lot North of U. of A. Great term Call evenings 52I-5S3X 2 PRIVATE OFFICES Reception room plus large slorag Good downtown location. Call for details. MINI-FARM . A Crystal .Clear spring-fed slrea flows through this farm, ye round. Twenty level acres in Fc cue -- balance timber. One ye old Steel-trussed automatic Broil house. Four bedroom modern horn CIoso in West of Fayeltevlllc c Blacktop .Call us for appointme to see it. Evenings call 442-6446. FRONTIER REAL ESTATE 521-6700 101SR College Doug Hartley Bill Lazenby REALTOR 442-644 521-58 Les Davis 521-44' Arthur Clark .... 751-972 WASHINGTON (AP) -- Con- ess returns this week from July Fourth recess hoping to Improve soon on its meager 19'/4 legislative record. But renewed threats of vetoes by President Nixon and the uncertainties of the impeachment inquiry ' make it unclear what major bills can bo passed iti the rest of the session. So far the only major measure enacted was the one raising 4be minimum wage from $1'.60 to $2.30 an hour. Congress also lias sent to the President an important biidgcj reform bill designed to give i! a much firmer grip on fedcra spending. He is considered cer lain to sign it. Several other measures Hearing final congressiona action but face big quesiioi marks. Senate-House conferees week ago reached final agreement 01 a bill transferring the progi'an of legal services for the poo to an independent governmci corporation. The House passed the com promise version, but the Senat hasn't acted on it. Conferees also, have finishe work on a $24 billion grade an high school atd bill except fo one imbiltered subject-busing. VETO THREATENED They may resume the: sessions this week but anothe veto is threatened on this Bolh the Senate and Hous have passed a $10 (billion omn bus housing bill. The conferenc on it is scheduled to beg' Tuesday. The Senate passed in Apr broad election campaign nancing bill and a House Com- itlce has just produced a luch more limited version.- Whether Ihe House will pass s committee's bill and whether le differences could be recon- led in a conference are uncer- ain. Nixon has been pushing hard or Senate action on his trade ill, which passed the House ast December. However, the House included it a provision unacceptable o the President which would eny Irade concessions to Russia unless Ihe Soviets iberallze their emigration poli- ies. Chairman Russell B. Long, Da., of .-the Senate Finance Committee says his panel will ry to d r a f t its version ot the egislation soon. However, the Soviet provision appears to lave just as much support in ,he Senate as it did in the House. Democralic leaders would ike to improve the record of he 93rd Congress by pushing through national health insurance and tax reform bills in the remaining monthe of the 1974 session. But chances appear slim since neither branch has acted so far in the two fields, although committee hearings have been held. Sponsors concede there is no chance if the House votes to impeach the President and the Senate conducts a trial. This would push aside all major legislation, they say. Chinese Pork WASHINGTON (AP) -- An agricultural business executive says the People's Republic of China may ship' pork to the United Stales exchange. to gain foreign Survey Indicates Pessimism And Confusion Among Buyers By JOHM CUNNIFF NEW YORK (AP) -- The surveys of consumer sentiment suggest that you are mired in "There are an estimated 250 , 400 million bogs in China, as compared to 60 to 70 million in the United States," said Edward Swift after a recent trip to Canton with other executives. "This could well lead to a new import pact between the two countries." China' has a third of the worlds hogs, and its farmers are "receiving direction from the Chinese government to increase hog production further," Swift said. pessimism, about the and entangled in a economy dilemma over how to handle your personal finances. You might say it doesn't take a survey to convey this truth to you-that you could the same results in WOMAN'S WORLD 705 A Convenient Sewing r ond hopping Guide for Today's Gal on the Go, pick up few Spark pants, skirt outfits wit .his vibrant, new. vest. Combine subtle or vivid colors of Shetland yarn to crochet this lean, longer vest. Pattern stitch is casy-lo-memorize. Pattern 705: directions Misses' Sizes 810 included. 75 CENTS each pattern -add 25 cents each pattern for first-class mail and special handling. Send U L a u r a Wheeler Northwest Arkansas TIMES, 450, Needlecraft Dept., Box 161, Old Chelsea Station, New York, N. Y. 10011. Print Pattern Number, Name, Address, Zip. N E W ! 197'! Needlecraft Catalog covers tho creative scene -- knit, crochet, fashions, embroidery, quilts, more! ...75 cents NEW! Sew plus Knit Book has basic tissue pattern . .$1.25 NEW! Needlepoint Book ..$1.00 NEW! Flower Crochet ... $1.00 Hairpin Crochet Book .. -.$1.00 Instant Crochet Book $1.00 Instant Macrame Bool- ....$1.00 Instant Macra-me Book ....$1.00 Complete Gift Book $1.00 Complete Afghans no. 14 . $1.00 12 Prize Afghans no. 12 50 cents Book of 16 Quilts no. 1 .50 cents Museum Quilt Book no, 2 . 50 cents 12 (bust 34) panldress Vk yards cents Book ot 16 Jiffy Rugs .50 cents minutes at a supermarket checkout counter. Quite likely you are correct. But it is the professional sur veys, by the Survey Researcl Center at the University o Michigan, by Sindlinger Co of Swarthmore, Pa., and by The Conference Board which have the wider audience. The . surveys show, among other things, that you the con sumer are struggling to make up your mind about whether to remain entrenched, saving .whai money you can, or to spent now to avoid still higher price: later. 1 During past periods of consu mcr pessimism, the Survey Research Center explains, opin ions about spending also wen unfavorable. People became aware that the rainy day migh he just around the corner, am they saved for it.' T h i s behavioral patteri helped explain in part th curious proliferation of ban outlets on almost every corne in some areas of cities whil outlets of almost every othe sort were complaining aboi poor business. As anyone knows who ha seen his .favorite restaurant dis possessed by another pennan waving, gift-giving saving bank, that tendency still per sists. But it is being offset I some degree by the buy-in-ai vance psychology. In May. for example, the Su vey Research Center found tha 40 per cent of respondents sa it was a good time to buy larg household goods, while only 5 per cent said it was a poc lime to buy. The percentages do not tot 100 per cent because some r spondents answered "don now" and others gave answe that fit neither yes or no cate gories. Behind the buy-now thrust the growing cynicism of man Americans who feel that lilt economic good can come them by practicing the old-fas ned virtue of thrift so long prices continue to rise. And ey believe they will rise. A widespread lack of faith' in vernmcnt combines with the nse of hopelessness about nation to produce the pessim- that is so commonly ported now by the surveyors. Damage Suit Filed In Death Of Prisoner LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Ruby 30 Tidwell of North Little ock, whose brother drowned n the Arkansas River while on work detail at the Pulaski ounty Penal Farm, filed a 1.25 million damage suit Mori- ay against two county offi- ials. The suit named as defendants ounty Judge B. Frank Macky, Sheriff Monroe Love and he U.S. Fidelity and Guaranty !o., the bonding firm for. the wo officials. Mrs. Tidwell's brother, Fredlie Lee Tidwell, was serving a 57-day term at the county jail vhen he drowned June 17 at he farm. The suit charged that Tidwell vas ordered to take part in the vork detail on the day he died, "he suit said that such an order was illegal because use of he farm had been forbidden by federal court order.. Judge J. Smith Henley of J.S. District Court here had ordered the farm closed Jan. 31 lecause of failure by county officials to bring i! e facility up to constitutional standards. The suit claimed that as part of bis duties on the work detail Tidwell was' required to wade into the river which had unusually swift currents on I h p day of Tidwell's death, according fo the U.S. Corps of Army Engineers. The suit claimed Tidwell was unable to swim and that the su- ncrvisnrs of the work detail knew it. Another i n m a t e on tho work detail with Tidwell, Varnell Johnson, alsn drowned. Hs mother, Gertrude Burns of Little Rock, has filed a SI million damage suit in connection with his death. DENNIS THE MENACE By Ketcham Pleats persuade the pant- dress to go. go, go 'gracefully whether the action's on the tennis court, golf course, bike riding path or patio. Send! Printed Pattern 4779: Misses' Sizes 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18. Size 12 :bust 34) pantdress 2% yards 45-inch. Send $1.00 for each pattern. Add 25 cents for each pattern' for first-class mail and special handling. Send to Anne Adams Northwest Arkansas TIMES., 438. Pattern Dept., 243 West 17th St., New York, N. Y. 10011. Print NAME, ADDRESS, ZIP, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. DOUBLE BONUS! Choose one pattern free in New Catalog. Gel 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 HEREE Thousand* ot nomemakera reatf this feature dally . . . and will ie* your ~ * WHEWi I NEVER SEEN SO AVW PICTURES OF ^ CN£K/O W MY WHOLE UFB j " *-»*^'v^.~.*3 J

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