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47-Real EitaU-For Sale BY Owner, lhr« ^rown brick, two biUi, ctnlr*] hen I A central Air, kitchen with ill buHl-lm, double Karate, yard. »3S,MO. rfrone 731-3TT5. RENT our income, ire IL«VD A uiiec ucu- xm bunjalow with family room lit off North College -- Zoned ommercfa] -- the Price is only :«,T50.00, Great (or home and of- Hera U an opportunity to Increase your Income. We hava a three bed* room bunjalow with family room juit " " - - - . Comi IIS.T50.00. _ . _ Xlct or outright RenUI. BRAND NEW Spirttlng ceramic balhi luxury carpet, beautiful Aih Xltchen cabl- neU two-car garage paved drive. Central A.r. A Great family home with four bedrooma. Price only f33.000.00. with ?1,000.00 Down and 7»4% Interest to Qualified Veteran, BUNGALOW Here li * genuine bargain. Two bl£ bedrooms Dining Room, lots of built-in*. Clote to UofA and Downtown shopping. Price only HOMEY-HOME Two Ibockfl to Asbell School _. large level lot. This roomy 3 bedroom IB .a good family home car wrted. Draped Air Conditioned Doubl* Carport. Quick Possession Price (29.500.00. : LAND Five acre* with large Oak trees blacktop on two ilde» -- cloje In on Hwy 16 West. Good place Ic build a home or EiUbllah buii nesa. BUILDING SITE Hwy. 45 Eut, level lot, lUxlft?. Se thai for your new home. FRONTIER REAL ESTATE Company PCALTOR Doug Hartley . . . . 442-6441 Le« Davfi 521-4441 "Bill" lazenby 521-5833 wn ance rot ably Northwest Ark a run 1 est Poultry Farm PC-2 125,000 broiler capacity, located on " level acrea, B houaei 40x320, iteel JBS construction. Insulated, all ·qulpmcnt automatic and In good ond.llon. Farm lua 1 new 3 bedroom and one 2 bedroom welling. Heal good shop building. cits of water and natural gu. Good is. COMMON SENSE REALTY Office 751-3900 316 South Thompson. Sprlngdale Brad Wright--Broker 361-2663 Art Clark--761-9T24 BY OWNER 4 br. 2300 iq. ft. home on view lo with huge trees In Sunset Addltio NW or UofA. 2 br.. Ir. with fire place, kitchen breakfast roor oath, on upper level. 2 br. faml room with fireplace, bath and lar« utility on lower level. Double ca K rt, porch .workshop, and fenced ckyard tinder MO.OOO. No broil en. please. 821-59T1. "NUTS" Hickory Nut ireea ana Oak Ir v with a new house wedged betwee Located off 41 E. on Lunsford S ' ^ and only one block Jrom Roc ; · School. Price *2e,900. IN THE PINES . - New home almon llnlibed Just o , Old Wlr. Road North on Yvonn · St. A private eettlnj at atreeta en A ahort distance from Bulterfle '-n School. Good time to pick colon, :: MT. SEQUOYAH Contemporary pao. with * be roonu, wet bar, fireplace, and lar .... party deck. Private tree cover letting with view- Holland House Inc r.; 442-2740 or 443-2724 TfT BUILDER -- Vew 3 bedroom, bath, rirrplie*, dishwasher, «.Lr condiC ·r 2 car garage with remote cool 4«T. neir Asteli School. -Real Estat»-For SaU 47-R«al Eitalo-For ctual Lalc« Front LP-I unch your boat from your own operly, Nice 2 bedroom home th every convenience, ihade and enly of room for garden or small uck patch. Clly water and on e weat side ol Beaver Lake. Price 1,500. rlced Far Below Replacement dsl ,W, -_. utslde city llml ale. All automatic equlpmen 1 level acres and am all modern 2 edroom home. Blacktop and vlty ater. Price $50,000. fT.OOO down, alance on 10 years, wrier Retiring Sola Sell In A PD-3 .__ _._ acre* 3 bedroom home, ew Grade A dairy barn and 15,' 0 broiler capacity. All set up and aklng money. All farm equip - icnt and dairy cattle can be pur- ,000 broiler capacity located Just its SW of ~ 47-Rtal EstdU-For Salt NIT PICKERS WELCOME But wt warn you, U will be tough finding anything wrong with thU tutefully decorated homr. Three iiedroonu, 2 bilhi, formal living *nd dlntnv roonu, family room with fireplace recreation' room and one of the truly great vlcwi In town. Ixively carpet and drapes throughout, you'll love It and it's only (44,500.00. THE BLUE MOON AFFAIR Once In a blu« moon, or leu an outstanding 5 bedroom executive type home appears that can be bought in the low M'i. Feiturlnr " PnttlMt Home In Valley V i e w overlooking Weal Fork, 3 bedroom*, I 3 ,; .He batha, ^ car ftnlahed garage fireplace, dlahwaah«r ala- pocal. Large VA loin cm be assumed, NEWLIN REALTY CO. B3»-2S22 or M9-J25* Weat Fork, ArkarMU at prl Iry ca1 irlvate ._.. Small and owner will fl- deilgn with large plus book ihelvea. ring ^ family formal bougl level living and dining rooms, extra large'modern kitchen. Exquisitely draped, outstanding view. It'a a imiat to ace thli one, and It will b# our pleasure to ·how you. Please call. 521-6611 when you have a moment. HOLY COW! $35,000 Imagine a 3 bedroom. 2 bath horm BY OWNER On Spicloui Corner lxt. Excellent Location. Brick. ) bedroomj H4 bath. nlce*Blced room*. Carporl- Garage with itorare. Fenced Yard. Moving -- Must icll at a low 125,000. Shown by appointment. Phon« B21.U57. not No. Oakland, Fayetteville, FT OWNER. Trim bedroom, bullttai. fireplace, garden ipol, on 3H Ml abov« Wtlt Fork. 118,000, Phone SS9-W4. In agin, the very dealrable Crectwood HVHRYBQDY rcadl Ul« TTM£9 WANT UJS. Ton anl FARM LISTINGS NEEDED We are proud that MAURICE MECHEM hai Joined our SALES FORCE. He cornea to u£ with real eatate EXPERIENCE from Berryville and Eureka Sfprlnga. He has done rural and reildentlal appraising for the highway department so he should know your prob- leml about idling and your DESIHES about BUYING. CALL KIM TODAY about FARMS and BESIDEimAL PROPERTY. Call 443-1316 or after hours 5215483. POTBAST REALTY CO. 443-4316 Floyd A. Polhajt Jr. Maurice Me c hem Flora Slatrunk Drive neighborhood for thli kind ol money. It'a a real iparkltr with new carpetlnl and central air. Nicely draped, kitchen with all bulltlna. NIco landacapinf farden spot. Thla home needs an occupant -- Call 521-M11 lodny for a look- aee, SOMETHING NEW On large lot near Aabell School on Sang Avenue. Ye*. that'* our new ,brlck veneer, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, home now being completed, II you like -- you can chooie your own Interior decoration*. Really nice and ]n Lhe low 30'i. C«U ill today 521-6611, HOLY TOLEDO $67,750 Located on 1.2 acrea, this luxury home haa four bedrooms, three baths and 2660 aq. ft, Tha large master bedroom suite with.beau- tiful balcony la completely separate from, the rest of the house for your privacy. There la a beautiful fireplace In the family room, private study-den, oversized formal living and dining rooma, corner lot on private and exclusive Inwood Lane. If you're looking for country living In the city, you'll be awe-struck by this lovely estate. The price Is value packed rf H7.T50. Call 5216911. CRAZY SHIRLEY Thai'· what we call her; She wanted 3-bedroom home with 2'/a bathJ, beautifully carpeted and draped and In better than new condition: Said ihe would like a fireplace In the family room and Insisted on beamed ceilings. She wanted the major appliances thrown In and insisted on the best central By Owner on Stagecoach Dr. in Butterfleld area, 1 bedroom, 2 bath, living room, formal dining area, den with flreplaca central heat and air. carpeted throughout, Call 521-ttU. BY OWNER -- two larte adjdntnf lot*, H mite from Beaver L*tt. rtont 751- Legal NottcM-- NOTICE Or A PUBLIC BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT HEARINGS UNDER THE CODE OP ORDINANCES OF FAYETTEVILLE ARXANSAS Nollee Is Kireby |Lven that punuint to Ihi prorlrioni or tti« Oadt at Ordinances ot the City of FiyrtttvJUe, Arkansas. the (oJlowHjif applications have been let lor hearing be Cora the Board rf Ad}uatm*nt In the Krectora Room, City A.dmlnl5tratLon Bulldlnr, Fayett** vlUe, Artaiuas, Mondiy, Auffuit U, U74, il 3:10 P.M. Appeal No, 74-22 -- Mr. Filar Barti -- 6M Whllham Avenui -- Lot 10 and 6^4 fe*t ot #p*\ ud uniform width ol( the South aide of Lot 11 and Lot 18 ot Block S Achlai-BushMll Add). tlon. -- ApplIctUon lo vary Mtbaeki.-- Appeal No, T* 23 -- Mn. Opel Nf«l -- Ml SouUi Cavernrn«nt -- A part ot the at ttw KW erf Becilon 21 - heat and A-C equipment . and LOVELY SPACIOUS HOME 2,500 iq. ft. of luxury living area. 4 bedroom* and 2 full baths upstair* Separate heating and cooling for upstairs, Large livlneroom.with. native stone fireplace, large game room separate study, large kitchen with "9 ft. snack bar. dining-room, utilllyroom, and large \'t ball, downslalra, plus large, 2 car garage. Marble top vanities In all baths. Richly carpeted, moatly paneled. Beautiful and unusual atyl-, ing, native stone and frame exterior with nice view on 114 acres plus many other extras. By owner 439-2879. ail thta for $42,500.00 with an Oak Manor S-D location. We found what Crazy Shirley wanted -- Now, we can't Mnfl Crazy Shirley, If you would LJke a cracy deal like thU, call ua today, STOP SEARCHING You'll love thl* newly Hated _ bedroom brick at 803 Windy KM Drive. Ixively kitchen, family room with fireplace and formal livln| ta of shade trees on large view. The price is T-1S-N, R^frW et the Hh P.M. _._ man particularly described ·· follows: Bednnlng al a paint which la II drains and 74 Units E«l and W.lft feel North rf the SW comer of uld 40 icre trad and running thence Eajl 313 feet more or less, (o a point on the Wert line of United States National Cemetery Bold, (hence- South H fiel to a point which Is A3 reel North of the Natlonil C*m*t*ry grounds; ttwnw W«t ISO feet thtnot Bouth O Feet, tfwnoe Wept 152 f w l ; ihtnce. North 130 f«t 'Ihe place ol beftnnlftf. -- Aw*teaH to vary Mlback*. -Appeal Ho. T4-M -- MdVW, Inc. IB Earl Mountain IStrert -- A itrip of the equal and uniform width of 1 loot off Hie We-rt iLde of Lot 15 and all of Lot In Block 38 In the BY OWNER -- M acres with 9 bedroom home, larfe brooder house, I area. Tlione 2ffT-ST8S. -- 2153 sq. It cooled and fatalwl, 4 bedrooms, f,amJlyroonv*Jr«p!ft«, self-clean oven. LoLs of sloraft. 521-2014. lot and nice only $35,000. OUT OF TOWN 2 acr«» with lovely 2 bedroom home located In Greenland, Arkansas. Great potential if you love privacy. Call today (or trouble- fre« appointment. UNI»SI:Y WOMAN'S WOED WUG Snap up outfits with this nifty taiy-crochet set. TWO NEW-est for now an fall! Crochet vest and prelt ripple-brim cloche ot sport yar or cotton in lacy and soil stripes. Pat. 712: vest, sizes 8-1 Incl; hat fits all. 75 CENTS each pattern -add K cents each pattern lo first - class mail and specia handling. Send to Laura Whee er Northwest Arkansas TIMES 450, -Needlecraft Dept., Bo 181. Old Chelsea Station, Ne\ York N.Y. IOOU. Print Patter Number, Name, Address. Zip The source of inspiration-- ou new 1975 Needlecraft Catalog 180 designs, 3 printed Insid Send 75 cents now. New! Nifty Fifty Quilts $I.r* New! Ripple Crochet fl.i Sew plus Knit Book $1.2 Needlepoint Book $M Flower Crochet »I.l Hiirpln Crochet Book $1.1 Jnstatn Crochet Book $J.I Instatn Money Book $1.1 Instant Macrame Book $1J Complete Gift Book »U Complete Afghans No. H $1. 12 Prize Afghans No. 12 50 cen Book of 16 Quilts No. 1 50 cen Museum Quilt Book No. 2 cents 15 Quilts for Today No. 3 cents Book of 16 Jiffy Rugs 50 cen A Convenient Sewing and lapping Guide for Toda/i Gal on th* Go. 3t35 College "Developers of Hy.and Park" City of Fayeltevllle as dnlfnaled on tht original plat af the Town or Fay. eUevlllc now on Tie ,ln the offttJe o/ the Circuit Clerk and Ex-Offtcta Recorder of Washlnrton County, Arkana*. La» and except 57 feel of equal and uniform width off thi north ild* thtra- ef. -- AppUeaLtna to. vary KtbacVl and parlrtnf rKulrernenl*.-- ' Appeil Ko. 74-15 -- Mr. T. L. Hrinu -- 2B West Diciton Sdeel -A part of Lot fl In Block 8 In County Court Addition to the City of FayeltevllEe, ArkaniM, being TTIOT* particularly descrltMil ai follows, towit: B«fftnnln0 at the SW corner ot satd Irf B and runnlnf thence- North 1M feel, more nr leu, for a beRlnnlng point, thence EnsL 1M feet, more or lesi. to Ihe East line of aald lot, Uvence North 60 leet, iheiKC Wesl 100 feel, more or lesi, to Ihe Weit line at eald lot. th«ncc South 60 (e«t, U the beginning point; ALSO, a part of said Lot B In Block B, dcKribcd ai loltowa, to-wltr Btflnnlnj it Ihi SW comer ot Bald Lot £ and runnlnf, thence East 94 feet, mort or leu, la ihe East line of said lot, Unence North IZ5 teel thence Wtit M fatt to the West Una or aald lot, Ihtnec South la Ihe point of b««jniilnf. -- Application lo viry Mlbaclci.-- AJ InlcreKQd partlei may appear and be heard at m±4. Km* aM place. The apptlcationj tnd other perHnent data AJV open and avaLtibla for fnrpcetlon In lha OMice of City Planning. City Admtnlstra- (ration BuJVJlnt, Fa^ttUville, Arlcansas. All IntarcAled partial ar« Invited to re view UI«M Kpplha.tlon« In raid Office and dKcuss the details with the Planning Admlnlitralor. Bohhle JQIMJ Planntrur Ad Itc - U Bus Robbery And Hijack Reported CAMAKILLO, Calif. CAP) -Authorities said today thai three armed men boarded a Greyhound bus and raped a pregnant teen-age girl, pistol whipped a man and robbed all 34 auengers before making a getaway. A Ventura County sherilf's spokesman said the girl, who wis not Identified, was six months pregnant. The spokes man said she was raped In the restroom aboard the bus, but was otherwlie unharmed and continued the trip. The trio boarded the San Francisco-bound bus at North Hollywood and pulled out handguns and a sawed-off rifle about 30 minutes later. As one of the robbers kept a pistol on the driver and another stood at the rear, the third walked down the aisle demanding money and valuables from the passengers, police said. Glenn B. Coons, 56, of Santa Barbara, was hit with a gun after he told the robbers he wasn't carrying any money, deputies said. "It was a nightmare," said Mats Grape, 24, a student visiting here from Sweden. "I was frightened. .The blacks were so full of hate and so nervous, It made me frightened.' The gunmen, all Identified as Negro males in their early 20s, got about $3,000 In cash, travelers checks and Jewelry, then ordered the bus driver to stop near a (reeway exit where they got Into a waiting car, police said. Anders Franzen, 25, also vacationing from Sweden, said that just before the robbery he heard one of the men whisper, "I want to kill some of these (passengers.)" But he aald another answered: "No, no killing." "I was frightened to death," Franzen said. "I was afraid to say anything and I didn't tell my friends. I just waited a n d hoped nothing would happen." Police said they had no leads Northwest Arkansas TIMIS, Men., Aug. 12, 1974 FAVKTTIVILLI, ARKAHtA* T3 FORD'S HOUSE FOR SALE .. .President liued here jrom 1925 (o 1930 In Crime Ridden Neighborhood Ford's Boyhood Home Now Stands Vacant I GRAND HAPIDS. Mich. (AP) ooint. it's not a salable neigh- "When I go back now and sc» · n the case. WAHNINCr ORDER DRIVE DOWN AND IOOK AT THIS BEAUTIFUL LAKE on 27 acre*, '/* mUe from Tl Hwy. 7 minnow ponds, mobile home hook-up, 2 outbuildings Hi health forced ov-Tier to move. Very little raise In prtee since bought a. few years ago. JU.SOO. large loan can tK assumed, TONTITOWN on 112 Hwy, city water and natural gas. Level optn jrasiland. Buy 10 acre* or S icru for P.500 per acre. Newlin Realty Company U9-2S2Z or S39-22S* West Fork. Art SUBURBAN REAL ESTATE CO. J^P Hwy. 45 S. 1 [^ Phone 443-2050 ·^··M Broker REALTOR Hon Sherwood Deborah Cowan P«m Brown 321-7055 442-M77 THE ULTIMATE Private and beautiful, 12 acres of wood! off 45 Eajt with an unbelievable view Is the aelllng for this contemporary architect designed houM, What doe* U have? It fea- Tn Uu Chi nee ry Court of Washington laurrty Arkanua INEZ f l A R N E S Pli-nUK | Vfl. ch 74-5W ROY QENE BARNES Defendant Tte Defendant ]i warrMd to eppear J n Ihli Court within thirty days and answer (he complaint of Uit PlalnUCf j n the ibove ttiUUtd cause, W!tn«» my hand and «al of Urii Court lh!a Brd day or July, l»Ti. Alrjii Kollmeyer Chancery Clerk 4Te » r 5, 11. 19 NOTICE "AJt ownin of real properly within ia loUoirins described, lerrlwry: Beglnrvlne at Ihi lnlers»elkn of the center line of Spring Slr««t wlli the center line of College Avenue; Uitrice Wect-vlon^ th* center Iln4 of Bprlnc Slreet to UM InLerstction ot the emler line of Sprint Eire* I with Lhe ctnler line of Locust- Avenue; Uienc* Soulh along Lhe center HIM of Locust Avenue to Lht Cnlersectlon of lh« center Hne nf Locust Avenu* and the center line of Bock Street; thence EnsL ilang Ihe center Una ot Rock Atreel to the Intersection ot Ihe center line of Hock street ud the center line ct CoHene Avenua; thence In a Norlhirly direction attwij the center line ot OoUege Avenue to the Intersection of the center line of College Avenua and the center line of Spring Street, utd point being the paint of b e g r n n l n f ; as Mid atreeta are shown on Ihi recorded plat or th» original town of FayelUvJlte. Ar- kanui, ai filed In the atfce of the Circuit Clerk and Ex-offlch) Recorder of Washington County, Arfcanaiis, are hereby noiriler] Uia[ a pell tlon has been Tiled with th* Cliy Clark or the City of Fayall»v11l«, Arkaiuai, purporting in b* Jlgned by a majoilly In value of the owners of real property within said territory, which p*Utlon prayi Uiat a local Improvement district be formed embracing said territory Cor the purpo» of conttructlnv an off-ltrtct pArtlng gar- Tape Erasures Said Done By Amateur WASHINGTON CAP) -- Columnist Jack Anderson says Watergate prosecutors are Investigating the possibility that Richard M. Ninon may have erased the famous 18V4 minute segment from the tape ot his White House conversation on June 20, 1972. The conversation was with then chief of staff H.R. Halde man. Anderson said In an article today that sources close to the prosecutor's office describe the former President as a "key suspect" In their investigation, although they have developed no "solid evidence" that would Incriminate him. According to Haldeman's notes, the missing segment dealt with the Watergate break- In. A panel of experts has concluded the 18W-minuLe conversation was wiped off the tape by someone who made five erasures, "The evidence strongly suggests, therefore, that the culprit was an amateur who had access to both the tapes and Miss (Rose Mary) Woods' recorder," Anderson said. "As a practical matter, this would eliminate almost everyone except Mr- Nixon, Miss Woods and White House assistant Stephen Bull," Anderson added. GRAND HAPIDS, Mich. (AP) -- Jerry Ford slept here. And K you're interested, It's yours from the Veterans Administration Tor J500 down and a ?9,000 mortage. For seven years Ford lived at 649 Union Street, which . was then in the rilzy section of town. But in 1974, the three-story wood frame house where Ihe President lived as a teen-ager is not exactly a national shrine. In fact, it is empty. BotUes are shattered on the lawn, some windows are long since broken, and weeds grow In the crumbling walkway. The porch screens are ripped and rusting, and a white cardboard sign warns the VA will prosecute trespassers. "From a real estate stand , it's not a salable ncigh- jorhood," said John Bierce, property manager for Westdale Co., the VA broker. The last owner of the gray house on Ihe southeastern side defaulted on the mortgage two years ago. Since then, the VA has had only a $100 oiler to buy the place. Neighbors say the area is a bit crime-ridden. Sylvia English, 18, who has lived on the block long enough to remember Ford's father, says she's been robbed "two or three times, but "When I go back now and sc» what bad shape il's in it just makes me sick," she said. Rosie Sylvester, who lives next door, thinks it would be nice if the government restored the home in view ot Us presidential signilicancc. Gerald R. Ford Sr. moved his family Into Ihe four-bedroom home in 1323, and Jerry pjayeti football at nearby Soulh High School. Around moved to 1530 the the more family allluent suburb of East Grand Rapids. I'm not afraid. I can live here| Miss English said she re- nicer and cheaper than i[ I moved." Elhel Henderson said it was crime that [orccd her to move out o[ the former Ford home ind across town five years ago. members Ford Sr. but not the President. "He was a real nice man. a lovely gentleman," Miss English said. "He was a good Republican." 70 YEAR-OLD DER BINGO .. .wears a golf tan and weighs a trim 152 pounds Crosby Is Rehearsing For October TV Special SLIMMING ANGLE seaming makes makes all Ihe your waist, hips look luru ZVt bathJ. lIvlnfToom with fireplace, famllyrcom and EUndecki off several of the many Tooau. Storage space Js its pliu sign. De' rn style and comfort cornea with II house In abundance. Call UM lot an appointment. (67,000. · Ign thli LOVELY HOME This three bedroom home Ls located on a beautiful shaded one acr* plui. Living room with, sunken den containing fireplace, I'.'a bathJ, screened porch and patio, I iff* alora^e room, central air and heat Buttcrfield School Dia'.rict, * ail, iml Dill Un coil Uicreof be BSM3s«d ind charged upon u)« real property above described. All owners ol real property wluiln said Urrilory nre advised Ihtl said petllkm t*1][ be heard al the meellni ol Die FnyetUvllle Bonrd of Director! lo be held At Ihe hour o[ 7:30 p.rn., on the 3rd day of leplember, 1974, and Ibfit al satt mcttlng eaM Bo«rd of Directors will determine wtie- Iher Iheit iljnlni the same commute a mijorlly In value of »uch owners of rtll property; and al Hid meeting 111 owniri nr real properly »llhln said Unitary «r,o desire Kill b« htird upon narrower, smoother, Very, very easy - few seams! Printed Pattern 4B47: Misses' Sizes 8, 10,12,14,16,18,20, Half Sizes lOVi, 12%, 14V4, WA, 18'A. Send $1.00 for each pattern. Add 25 cents for each pattern f o r first-call 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. MORE FOR YOUR MONEY in NEW FALL-WINTER PATTERN CATALOG! 100 beat school, career, casual, city fashions. Free pattern coupon. Send 75 cents, Sew Plus Knit Book -- has basic tissue pattern $1.25 Instant Sewing Book' $1.00 Instant Fashon Book $1.00 Thomwidi of horrwfluken thl» feature dally . . . ind win H* rvu NEW HOME $29,500 can buy n lovely home on V acre lot on 45 .Eirt. Thli ti « unique home with much to offer, Call ua so we can ihow you thlf fully equipped home. 50 ACRES The most beautful buUdlnff site Jn the area. The White River adjolnj the property. 25 acres open with · few Urge trees left. If you want about 10 miles from Fayetteville with a beautiful building site call ui. S32.000, terms available , 10 ACRES Hi mllei off 16 We«t, BUILDING SITES Wl have 2 acre tracts for S6,000. thi question, · 11, Darlenc Welbrook Clly Clerk GET AWAY FROM IT AIL otl two ilrearns, five acres, with flriplac« carpeted, all electric, two bedroom home, 519,31X1. Phone MM lor appointment, Slogan To Return CARLISLE, Ark, (AP) -- The slogan, "Land o( Opportunity," will be on Arkansas license plates again, state Rep. Bobby Glover of Carlisle sayj. Glover said the Finance and Admlnlitratlon Department had confirmed that it would fulfill a Legislative Council request that the slogan be restored. Th? slogan was dropped in 1968. Glcvsr. who sponsored the resolution passed by the council, laid Arkansas has about 1.2 million license lags. It will take six to eight years to get "Land of Opportunity" Ufs on all vehicles, he said. Kolilicai Analyst Views State Races LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Jim Ranchino of Arkadelphla, a political analyst, predicted In an interview Sunday that Rep. Hay H. Thornton, D-Ark., will experience little voter rift for his Impeachment vote. Thornton, a member of the H o u s e Judiciary Committee, voted for three articles of impeachment. Some state Republican leaders had predicted that Thornton's vote would hurt his reelection chances, Ranchino added. However, he said I h e vote should "be no problem at all to him politically." Ranchino said he thought Thornton acted "very professionally" and cast his vote on ' ' w h a t h e thought was right...based on a great deal of facutal information," Concerning t h e 3rd District Congressional r a c e , Ranchino By BOB THOMAS Associated Press Writer LOS ANGELES (AP) -"When the blue of the night meets the sold of the day ..." The deep, distinctly American voice sounded just as mellow as ever, even though Bing Crosby had been absent from show business Tor a year. Wearing a golf tan and trim 152 pounds, the 70-year-old Croshy seemed by the sui'gery little affected that cost him part of his left lung last January. While the operation didn't af- fect his singing voice. "I'm still a little stiff. The doctors made a big cut across my back, slicing through the nerves, so I'm still a little numb. "But my golf game is coming back -- I shot a 13 yesterday -and I've been playing tennis with the kids (Harry Lillis Jr., 16, Mary Frances, 14, Nathanial, 12) and my wife Kathryn. Doubles, of course." ning had just flown down f r o m his home nt Hillsborough. near San Francisco, flnd went immediately into a rehearsa: for his Oct. 9 television special for CBS. Silting at a long table predicted Richard that Nixon's ex-President resignation would assure the re-election hid of Rep. John Paul Hammerschmidt, a Republican. Ranchino said that the resignation probably turned the tide in what would have been a' close race for Hammerschmidt ·gainst Democratic nominee Bill Clinton of Fayetlcville, a University of Arkansas law professor. "One thing that could have heated It (the campaign) up would have been House proceedings of Impeachment and how Hammerschmidt conducted himself," he said. With the diffusion of the Nixon Issue, Rinchlno said the only Issues In the race are 'the old issues ot economy and the like." Search Continues For Four Inmates LEWISBURG, Pa. (AP) Slate police continued t h e i r search today in the thick woods of Bald Eagle State Forest for four inmates who escaped from Lewisburg Federal Penitentiary on Saturday morning. Police said they did not know whether the four were armed but termed them "dangerous." The escapees included a former Green Beret serving a 45-year term for skyjacking. It is believed the men are hiding in the dense and moun tainous woodlands of the state park located some 20 miles from the prison in southwestern Union County. State and local police were Joined by the FBI Salurday after the men made their wa; to freedom by commandeerini a garbage truck inside the pris on and driving away under a hail of g u n f i r e from the guarc towers, crashing through twc locked chain-link gates. Authorities identified the fou as: Richard R, McCoy Jr., 31 of Provo, Utah, convicted of hi Jacking a United Airlines Jet i: 1972 after bailing out with $500. 000 ransom; Joseph Havel. 6( of Philadelphia; Larry L. Bag ley, 36, of DCS Molnes, Iowa and Mclvtn D. Walker, 35, o Morely, Mo. Youth Arrested For Stabbing And Robbery CROSSETT. A r k . (AP) -Ashley County Sheriff E. G "parks said a 14-year-old Gray ,on, La., youth was arreste iunday in connection with the tabbing and robbery of Mrs. F r a n k Harville, 60, at a grocery store near here Saturday. Sparks said the youth was eing held at the county jail al iamburg. Authorities said the ioy was visiting relatives and lad been to the store several times prior to the robbery. When he entered the store Saturday, he allegedly told Mrs. Harville "This is a holdup." authorities said. He then stabed her repeatedly as she eat in a chair near the front of the store authorities said. She was alone in the store at the lime of the Incident. Sparks said Mrs. Harville was stabed six times. She waa hospitalized in critical condition. Ho said about $150 was taken during the robbery. Sparks said the hoy told nu- thoritics Sunday that he stuffed the money taken in the robbery In a soft-drink boltle and threw It in the woods. n a Vine Street studio, he read irough the script with Pearl Bailey, Sanrly Duncan and di- ector Marty Pasetta. who re- ited the lines for the absent Bob Hope. Others in the cast and pro- luction staff marveled as Bing ang effortlessly through a medley of Crosby tunes -'Blue Hawaii," "SwecL Leil- ini," "Down the Old Ox Road." 'Going My Way, 1 ' "In the Cool, Cool, Cool of the Evening," etc. "Gee, there were a few in there, like 'Wrap Your Troubles n Drerans,' that I had forgotten I had sung," he remarked afterward. During the lunch break, Cros- oy talked of the ailment that has kept him oul of the entertainment scene. He said doctors "found a little spot on my left lung about the size ol a dime" and decided lo operate. The growth was nonmalig- nanl, the doctors found. Is was diagnosed ns nocardiosis, a rare fungus that infects the lungs through Ihe air. A doctor figured Croshy had picked it up during a trip to Africa and sug- ;ested no further trips there. The first couple of months following the operation are a dim memory of pain and drugs, he said. Then he started getting his strength back, taking walks in the morning and watching television for diversion. Bing will come hack to Hollywood for his Christmas special and he plans a couple of guest shots on other shows. "They send me a script now and then," he remarked. "I see that Fred Astaire is doing a part in 'The Towering Inferno.' That's something I'd like to do, sort of a cameo. "Or I might take a full-length part if I could find something I could do." Me/inwhlle he leads the l i f e o[ the Hillsborough squire, devoting his efforts lo conseration. and other causes. He has taken vacations at his Las Cruccs home, on the Up of Baja California, and lo Guadalajara, where he golfs and oversees a development he is backing.

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