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47-Real Fstale-For Sale-; 1 Legal Notices^ ,, * BY - o w n e r - three bedroom brick home, garage, larze lot. GVi toan, FIIA approved, located In Prairie Grove. S!5-25fT3, COMMERCIAL Propprly and Improve mcnls located at 1599 North College. 1m- provcmcnU rcadjly adaptable for many uses. For tntormallon conlact H. R Put- n a m , P.O. Box 19CT, Houston Texas 77001, Phone: (T13 748-2566. NEW SUBDIVISION Now starting two-three-four bedroom home?, All have lame family rooms with fireplace-. Two baths and large two car garages, all builllns. Quality construction throughout; Erlve up Mockingbird Lane today and choose your home. Financing available. GINTONIO BLDG. CO. Phone 521-3378 alter 5:00 p.m. or 52H763 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Legal Notices "~IN THE CHANCERY - COURT OF WASHINGTON COUNTY. ARKANSAS PAULINE TAYLOR WALL PETITIONER Vs. No. 2SS19 GLENN TAYLOR, RESPONDENT NOTICE OP SAL15 Nolict Is hereby given that I Bill Long, Sheriff ot Washington County, AT;- kansas, will on Iho 16Ui day ot July. 1974. offer lor sale al public oulcry Co tho Highest bidder At Washington County Courthouse Ihc following personal roiwrly. In Iho Coutily o! Wnshlnglon. tale of Arkansas, lo-wll: One , 19K3 Dodge Dart Station wagon. Motor Number LL15BG712WU This sole will be made by virtue of a levy made by ma under nn execution Issued out of Ihc Chancery Court or Washington County Arkansas, on the 30th (fay of April. 1974. upon * Judgmcnl rendered Lit taLd Court In favor of the petitioner apalnst the respondent referred to above, satd execution Issued In favor of said petitioner. Witness my hand this 2nd day of Juy, 1974, BILL LONG, SHERIFF I certify that lh£s Instrument Is a true copy of Uie notice on file In Uiis olflcc or presented lo us for copying or nhotoslaling. Date: July 2 ID74 " " Alma Kollmeyer, Circuit Cleric- Kays Chapycll, D.C. (Seal) 2tc - 6, 13 WOMAN'S WORLD A Convenient Sewing and Shopping Guide for Today's Gal on the Go, WARNING ORDER Ch 74-269 Tn The Chancery Court of Washington County, Arkansas LINDA S, KNUTMAN, Plaintiff Vs. JACK BILL KNUTMAN, Defendant Tna Delc tidant is warned to appear In this Court w itliin till rty days and answer the complaint of UIA Plaintiff In the above entitled cause. Witness my h.irul and Real of this Court IhJs 1st Any ot July, 1374. Alma Kollmeyer, CKancery Cl eric By Kathleen Harness, D.C. (Seal) 4lc 6, 13, 20. 27 NOTICE IN TUB PROBATE COURT OF WASHINGTON COUNTY, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THK ESTATE OF John A. McNair, deceased No. P-74-129 Last known address of decedent: 320 Oakwood, FayetlevjUo, Arkans as 72T01 Date of death: June 27, 1974 An Instrument dated July 1 1966, was on the 8lh day of July, 1974, admitted to probate as the last will ol (he above named decedent, and the undersigned has been ni^polntcd executrix thereunder. A contest of the probate of , the will can be effected only by filing a petition yvllhln the time provided by law, All persona having claims against the estate must exhibit them, duly verified, (ha undersigned within six months from Ins date of the first publication Ihls notice, nr they shall be forever burred and precluded from any benefit In (he cslnte. This notice first published 13 day of July, 1974. Dallas D. McNair (Executrix] C-o Wommack, Lineberaer Davis, P.A. Attorney al Law -- P.O. Bon 4123 FoyeUevHle, Ark. 77m 2Tc 13, 20 NOTICE OF FILING OF ATPIJCATIOV FOR A RETAIL BEEIt PERMIT ON PREMISE Notice i.i hereby given that the under- i g ncd ha s fi led with the Department of Alcoholic Bavcragu Control ol the State ot Arkansas for a permit to sell and dispense beer at retail at 70S South ? b a m p 5 o n , Springdale Washington Bounty, The undersigned stales that he s a citizen ot good moral character, hat ho has never teen convicted of R felony nr oilier crime Involving moral turpitude; that no license to sell beer y the undersigned has been revoked within five years last past, and thnt tha undersigned has never been convicted ot violating the laivs of this State or other Stale, relative to the sale of Alcoholic Liquors, that he has been esident of Lhe State of Arkansas for at leftist two (2) years, and thai he was n qualified elector fn the last preceding General Elecitlon. Application is for a permit to be issued for operation beginning on the 251h day of July, 1974, and to expire on the 30th day of June, 1975. Lena Mae Wilson Tommys Lounge Subscribed and sworn to before me Ihia 10th day at July, 19T4. John W. Murphy Notary Public ity Commission Expiresi 2-1-77 SEAL 2tc - 13, 20 lackmon Pleads uilty To Two Felony Charges LITTLE ROCK (AP) Law rence W. Blackmon Jr. ot Fort Worth, Tex., a longtime friend of the late President Lyndon B. Johnson, pleaded quilty Friday in U.S. District Court at Little Rock to two felony charges. The charges involve the construction 6E a low-income housing project^at Pine Bluff. Blackmon, 51,'was fined $10,000 and placed on probation for two years. The federal Grand Jury for the Eastern District of Arkansas returned an indictment March charging Blackmon with three counts of making a false statement on a Federal Housing Administration loan for the construction of the Jane Apartments at Pine Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Sat. , ARKANSAS July 13, 1974 IT Everybody's Business New Bulletin Covers Beef Cattle Budgets indictment had been Oliver Bluff. The sealed at Blackmon's request arid was not opened until Blackmon appeared in court Friday. After the indictment was opened,- Asst-.- U.S. -Ally. 0. H. '· "Bud" "Storey filed a separate charge accusing Blackmon of ont count of making a false statement on the income tax return of the corporation that built the apartments. The corporation was Srnithwick-Black- mon, Inc., of which Blackmon was vice president and Clyde Smlthwick of Pine Bluff was president. Storey said is was common for the government to keep an indictment sealed at the request of a defendant if the government had no reason to believe the defendant would flee to avoid prosecution. Blackmon · pleaded guilty to one of the counts in the indictment and the ·government dismissed the other two counts. He also pleaded guilty to the income tax charge. If you produce beef cattle in Arkansas, chances are you will be interested in obtaining a copy of Bulletin 709, a recent publication of the Arkansas A g r i c u l t u r a l Experiment Station. The bulletin, "Beef Cattle Budgets for Arkansas," is written by Dr. Waymon Halbrook, associate agricultural economist. E'ifleen catlle budgets are included in the publication that covers typical production situa tions of growing weaned calves growing weaned calves to feed er calf 'weights and finishing feeder cattle to slaughter weights. Separate budgets were p'rtj- pared by Dr. Halbrook to in- clude different production conditions such as calving dates, rates of gain, production per- ods and whether cattle were aurchased or raised on the 'arm 1 . Since land, labor, forage production and general farm overhead costs were not included in these budgets. Dr. Halbrook cautioned readers to rememlwr there is a considerable difference in the amount of pasture or labor required in diffe rent programs. Since the budgets are figured for a given set of production costs and cattle prices, cattle producers will have to substitute the -production costs anc cattle prices appropriate for their ;6wri situations, Dr. Halbrook said. Some of the general observations of Dr. Halbrook: \ Fall calves were slightly heavier than spring calves at tha .ame weaning age, but production costs were higher for fall calves. Backgrounding calves that have been produced on the farm is more profitable than purchasing the calves off-farm due to hauling, shrinkage and marketing costs. Death losses and medical expenses were lower for calves raised on the farm, too. Free copies of Bulletin 789 may be obtained from the Bulletin Office, University of Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station, Fayetleville. or Arkansas county agents. from Auto Breakdown Insurance To Be Offered By GM Group FIT-AND-FLOW princess to sew short or long, perfectly plain or with ribbon banding "~ down one side, sleeveless or ;.. .with .romantic flare sleeve. -i" Printed Pattern 4531: Misses' Sizes 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. " Size 12 (bust 34) takes 2% yards 45-inch fabric. « 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., Nw York, N. Y. 10011. 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Each bedroom has cross ventilation and one bedroom has a study alcove. Herman H. York, 90-04 161st St., Jamaica, N.Y. 11432, designed Plan HA837Y with 1,197 square feet on the first floor and 990 square feet on the second floor. A stamped, self-addressed envelope sent to him will elicit his response about the cost of the blueprint - APL Alters Plans On Redfield Plant LITTLE ROCK' (AP) - The design of Arkansas Power Light Co.'s proposed $890 mil lion coal-fired generating plan near Redfield has been changed in. the hope of making it more acceptable to the state, the state Public Service Commission was told Friday. James H. Woolward, power production director for AP%L, said in supplemental testimony filed with the PSC the utility now planned to build two 1,000- foot chimneys. Each would serve two generating units. The utility orginally planned four 750-foot smokestacks . or one for each unit. "Our studies this change will indicate that result in less Laotian Premier Reportedly 111 VIENTIANE Laos (AP) Laotian Premier Souvanna Phouma suffered a "mild* heart attack at his home Fri day afternoon and his condition has deteriorated slightly since then, informed sources reported today. Souvanna is considered a key unifying element in the turbu lent politics of Laos. The sources said the 72-year old leader was attended by five doctors Friday night. Hear specialists from Thailand ant the United States reportedly were coming to Vientiane to real him. The sources said the attack occurred at about 3 p.m. Friday and :y an frequent occasions when there is a possibility that load (production) will have to be reduced in order not to exceed the state emissions standards (for sulpur dioxide)," he said. "We believe that this change will result in a more acceptable plant." '. REAL ESTATE SALES PERSONNEL FIDELIS, INC., REAL ESTATE, has openings for several ; Real Estate personnel; farm and home. Requirements are: (1) Good personality (2) Knowledgeable in Real Estate (3) Have License (4) Integrity and character which will assist to maintain and enhance our slogan: "WE PRACTICE THE GOLDEN RULE" TOP LISTING AMD SALES COMMISSION. All inquiries strictly confidential. F I D E L I S , I N C . REAL ESTATE Gus Osfmeyer, Broker After office hours: 443-2112 was confirmed today electrocardiogram as 5eing of a "mild" nature. Earlier, diplomatic sources had said the attack occurred today, this morning the precondition reportedly de- Deaf-Mule Identifies Mother's Murderers DETROIT (AP) --A 10-year- old girl, a virtual deaf-mute since birth, pointed an accusing finger at wto men charged with the murder of her mother. Phyllistene "Penny" Spencer is believed to be the only eyewitness to the stabbing and strangulation of her mother, Ruby Spencer, last January 17. Using sign language and sometimes pictures drawn on a blackboard, Penny's special education teacher translated questions put to the girl by attorneys on Friday. Asked by Wayne County pros- cutors to describe the incident, 'enny testified, "Bathroom, oor, -woke up, two men, tabbed, died." The girl pointed at the two Bumpers Sees Bank Deposits Increasing 'LITTLE ROCK CAP) -- GOV. Dale Bumpers, who has been opposed to a change in the state's interest law, said Thursday he will re-evaluate his position if someone can prove that money is leaving the state because of it. Bumpers said he is concerned because the people who would be hit the hardest by higher interest- rates '--,would be people who already are having trouble making ends meet. He said a study by the state Banking Department indicates that deposits in the state are increasing, not decreasing, much as they are in surrounding states. In a related matter Thursday, Secretary ot Stale Kelly Bryant said voters will decide in the November general election whether to retain the 10 per cent interest limit set by the Arkansas Constitution or give the legislature the power to set interest rates. He told th Arkansas Credit Requirement Committee, which wants the legislature to set in- Mechanical breakdown; insurance on new private '-passenger cars .will be "offered in Arkansas, beginning July 15: by Motors Insurance .".Corporation [MIC), the auto insurance subsidiary of General Motors Acceptance Corp. The insurance will be sold through GM dealers. The policies will call for MIG to pay the cost of repairing or replacing certain specified parts of the engine, transmission, drive axle, steering, brakes, electrical; and air condition assemblies -if not covered by the ranty. manufacturer's · war- The insurance, which appears to be,an extension of the warranty, will remain in eftect for 36 : months- or 24,000 miles, whichever comes first, MIC will also reimburse the car owner up to $10 a day, with a maximum of $50 for each breakdown, to rent a substitute car. With a choice ot $25 or ?50 deductible, applying only to repairs, the premium for the full term of 36 months or 36,000 miles . will range from $70 to $140 depending on the price of Douglas Resigns Benton County Savings Post BENTONVILLE -- John M. Douglas, president and managing officer of Benton County Savings and Loan Association, has resigned both live July 31, Don the car selected. and the deductible For Household Workers Quarterly Wage Report Due Quarterly wage reports and social security contributions for household workers rarer dug by July 31, Rose: S; · News.arrie, social security district manager in E'ayetteville, said today. "People who pay a household worker $50 or more in cash wages in any three-month quarter must send « reoort nf the wages, along with the social security contribution, to the Internal Revenue Service within one rrionth after th'e :: .~end ·'· of the quarter,". Mrs. Newsome said. Quarters.. are: /January-February-March, Apfit-May-June, July-August-September, a n d October-November-December . W a g e reports and social security contributions for the second quarter of )974 are due by July 31, Mrs. Newsome said People who employ household workers may file the wage report on a form available at any Internal Revenue Service Of- posts effects. Winfrey, chairman of the board, has announced. Douglas, who has served as managing officer since the institution opened for business in 1964, said hie future plans are indefinite. lie will continue to servo on the Board of Directors for the balance of 1974. "This was a decision I mada fur strictly personal reasons, and my letter of resignation came as a complete surprise lo the Board of Directors", Douglas said. "My family and I hope to remain in Bentonville if at all possible. Over the past 10 years, I have appreciated the loyal support of customers, stockholders, directors, employees and friends who have made our growth and financial success possible." A committee, of the board has leen appointed to recommend Douglas' successor as manag- fice--"Employer's Tax . [Return for Quarterly Household But teriorated. The sources said "there is still some cause lor meern." The premier had recently been reported in poor health from time to time. Souvanna, a Lao prince, is premier of the new coalition government that was formed in April. The government unites the Royal Lao government in Vientiane which Souvanna for- merely headed as premier, and the Communist Pathet Lao, headed by Souvanna's half- brother Prince Souphanouvong. Under the agreements that now have virtually ended fighting between the two Lao factions, the deputy premier from the Pathet Lao side takes over the government if Souvanna is unable to carry out his duties. efendants, Elijah Rossell, 50. nd James Lawson, 26, both of Detroit, when she was asked if er mother's assailants were in tie courtroom. Her sister, Yvonne Spencer, , testified that Penny woke her p the morning of the incident nd took her to. the family's jathroom, where they tried to 'wake up" their mother. Later, Penny, told police, us- ng stabbing motions and de- cribirrg two men, what she had een. Her teacher, Betty Jane Okapi Travels OPEN HOUSE Sunday, July 14 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Three Bedroom -- IVa Baths --Fireplace 2304 W. Berry STAGECOACH REAL ESTATE-521-1180 SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- San Francisco bachelor Ralph is on his way to Chicago to make lifi more pleasant for three spin ster okapis. Ralph is the San Francisc Zoo's okapi, an animal similar o a giraffe but smaller and ra rer. His trade to Chicago' Brookfield Zoo was approve his week by the San Francisc Recreation and Park Commis sion. The Brookfield Zoo must giv .he San Francisco Zoo a min mum of §30,000 worth of an mals and pick of the litter frorr any okapi offsprings. The Ch cago zoo has three femat okapis. Criminal Code Stolen COLUMBUS Ohio (AP) The Ohio Legislative Service Commission prepared a 95-page summary of the Ohio Criminal Code which became effective this year. Several thousand copies were printed for distribution to po lice, attorneys and other interested persons. : Commission Director David Johnston said cartons containing about 750 to 900 booklets were stolen from his office. terest limits, that pages of pcitions enough- names to its 11,715 contained place the question on the ballot. He said it will be listed as Amendment 57. Attorney William 3. Smith of Little Rock, the committee's legal - counsel, " said Arkansans cannot compete on the national or regional money market because of the limit. He said badly needed capital is leaving the state daily. Wilson said the national prime interest rate continues to climb and that Arkansas banks are now competing for federal money at 13.1 per cent interest. Vehicle Counters Show Less Traffic LITTLE ROCK"(AP);i State Highway Department vehicle counters show hides passed that fewer three points ng officer. Employes .-: (for Social : Security). 1 ' · '. ' The social security- contribution for a household employee is 5.85 per cent of coverec wages, and the employer pays a matching amount. "It's acceptable if the employer pays the full 11.7. per cent contribution," Mrs. Newsome said. Social security contributions help lity. build retirement, disabi- survivors, and Medicare !arl/ translated hat day, too. for the girl Mrs. Carl said Penny wears a tearing aid, speaks only a few vords and her reading level is hat of a second-grader. On Thursday, a convict had estified that while he and Rossell were cellmates in the iVayne County jail, Rossell had admitted killing Mrs. Spencer, change. Blue Springs Theft Reported Various items including television sets, guns, and boat motors were reported missing Friday from the residence of Larry Manes in the'Blue Springs community, oh Route 2, Springdale. 'Manes s?jd his house was entered about 10 a.m. Friday by someone who broke through the back door. Taken in the burglary were two black and white television sets, a 12 gauge shotgun; a .35 caliber rifle: a six horsepower motor, a window air conditioner, a trolling motor, a hair dryer, five rods and reels and Intel-states .;30. and 40. every month this year except one when compared to 1973.- The exception was January when 17,232'' vehicles were counted passing Hurricane Creek near Benton on 1-30 compared lo 15,490 the same rtionth a year ago. · · . The other two counting points were near the Pope-Conway county line on 1-40 and near the Lonoke-Prairie county line on I- 40. The most dramatic travel drop occured on the interstate east of Little Rock. The Highway Department used 100 as its index figure for vehicles counted in 1973. Travel past the Lonoke -- Prairie county counting station was-80 :on the January index, stayed In the-mid ; 805 in February, March ain April and climbed to 91 in May^ . In contrast, the 1974. index figures at the Pope-Conway county line west of Little Rock reached a high of 69 in January and has hovered at the 80-91 mark since. protection for workers and their families. People who employ household workers can get a free copy of the leaflet, "Social Security and Your Household Employe," . at the Fayetteville social security office in the Evelyn Hills Shopping Center, Mrs. Newsome said. DENNIS THE MENACE By Ketcham Irish Protestants Celebrate Holiday BELFAST, Northern Ireland CAP) -- An .estimated 100,000 Protestants, marched Friday to celebrate the biggest .Protestant holiday in Northern Ireland and the only Roman Catholic opposition seemed to he a few insults shouted as tho procession went by. Nearly 15,000 British troops were on hand to protect the marchers from Roman Catholic extremists who are fighting to oust Britain from Northern Ireland. The Protestants were commemorating the Battle of the Boyne, the 1960 battle that led to the reconquest of Ireland by Britain. Bank Robbers Caught AVINGER, Tex. (AP) -Three armed men walked into Home Is Regained From Speculators CHICAGO (AP) -- Lillian K. Ware of Evanston has regained the deed to her $25,000 home, taken by real estate speculators for $59.81 in back taxes. Mrs. Ware had to buy her home back from the two lawyers who had purchased it at a tax sale. -The purchase price was not disclosed, but Mrs. Ware's attorney-said it was between $7,O M ^ a n d $10,000. The Evanston chapter of the National Association for the Advancement ot Colored People helped raise the funds. "This was one home they were not going lo get, and I neant it," said Mrs. Ware, who lad lived in the house since the 1940s. "I didn't let fear even interfere in this case because I knew I was going to stay in this house." Her 10-month fight to regain her home from David R. Gray and Allan L. Blair won the'at- tention of Gov. Daniel Walker and Illinois Atty. Gen. William Bonne Terre Farms Plans A Field Day BENTONVILLE -- Bonne Terre Farms will hold a field day and open house at its farm near here Sunday afternoon. The'farm is a leading breeder of Simmental cattle in Arkansas and has been actively developing its herd of the big Swiss cattle since 1970. The field day. and open house will feature purebred and per- :entage Simmental exhibited by eading Simmental breeders from Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri and Oklahoma; guest s p e a k e r s ; and attendance prizes. Guest will be served a mid-afternoon lunch with Simmental beef on the menu. The farm will also show its new A.O. Smith Harvestore 'acililies, automatic feeding equipment, and semi-confinement management operation which it has designed and built to meet plans for expansion. Defense For Henley Won't Call Witnesses SAN ANTONIO Tex. (AP) -Testimony has ended Houston mass Elmer Wayne in the murders trial of Henley with {he the up First State Bank, scooped about $8000 and ordered *OOfJT THOSE COWS EVER 6IVB UP?' bank president James Capps and other employes Into the vault. When they fried to flee through the front door Friday the trio found it locked. Thry had ordered Capps to lock it when they entered and had to get Capps out of the vault lo unlock it. · . . Two men were later caught and charged with firmed robbery. The money was not recovered. Scott and became the subject of several lawsuits. Gray gained control of the property by buying it at a la? sale for $59.81 in delinquent taxes. Blair is his attorney Walker has said the state will attempt to revoke each man's real estate license. The tax delinquencies arose from a special assessment for an alley behind Mrs. Ware's home. She said she was una ware of the assessment. Although she said she's re lieved at the return of her home, Mrs. Ware said she i: going to continue fighting thi law. "There's another angle t this story," she said. "So man; people have lost their home" recently through these scavengers. If this law is no changed and changed quickly _______ .......... ,, defense deciding against calling any witnesses lo the stand. "We've got nothing lo gain by utting on testimony and help- g the state," Will Gray Heny's chief defense lawyer said riday after the prosecution ested its case. Dist. Atty. Carol Vance of ouston called 25 witnesses to le stand in five days before listrict Court Judge Preston iial. When the jury came back rom a more than two hour inch break Gray also rested fenley's case. Henley, 18 is being tried for ic murder of six of the 27 een-aged boys whose bodies vere discovered last year in he Houston area. Police say he procured many f the youths for the homosex- iai desires of Dean A. Corll 33, Many of the youths suffered bl- arre sexual tortures before heir death, testimony vevealed. Corll was shot to death by Icnley last Aug. 8 during a sex and drug party. The slaying vas ruled self-defense. Another youth David Owen Brooks, 19 is charged with four if the deaths. No trial date for him has been set. The jury of six men and six vomen returns to the courtroom Monday to hear the final arguments of defense and prosecution attorneys and Dial's instructions. there's people.' no stopping fhes EVEREST t JENNINGS WHEELCHAIRS ·ti, rtJ£DSTOJO» £t3 HINT/OS * SALE* ^Sf9' Fty«tlevll!eDru E, Side Square L VAUGHW BATTERY Jf "·'/ MS S. SchMI EXTRA HEAVY DUTY BATTERIES

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