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47-ftwl EitalB-For Sa!e- 47-Real Eilate-For Sale Two Locations 2»00 N. College NW Ark. Plaza After p.m. Call Plaza Gallery at 521-7276 WINWOOD ADDITION No. 1023 We have a lovely 7 room home In one of ihe nicest areas of rayetteville, 1 block from supermarket, several blocks from Root School. This Includes 3 bedrooms «nd 2 baths for only 136,500. Call 531-737G or after hours Muriel Howard 521-2083, THIS HAS IT AUI No. 1020 How's this sound? Eleven rooms, 5 bedrooms, 3,i baths een- Iral heat and air. two native stone fireplaces, two-car jfnraee, ] argc suncleck, and a large shaded lot near the University. $53,000 Call R21-72T2 or ntter hours Muriel How- ird ACREAGES with a view. AH tracts are partially cleared. Located 6/10 mile off Devil's Den Highway on a good road. Terms. FISHER REALTY .139-3288 COOL IT In this nlcs 3 bedroom, centrally nlr conditioned home. Fenced back yard. Automatic woshcr and dryer Included. See it soon at J19.900.00. NOT ONE, BUT TWO 3 bedroom homts wltK 2 /till baths, fireplaces central heat and nlr. Both close to Fayeltevlllc. Well priced at $28,000.00 and $31.000.00 BEAT INFLATION With thla 4 «crei farmctte near West Fork. Has a small two bedroom home wllh all conveniences and a umall orchard with apple, cherry, pear pecan, plum and walnut trees. A good buy at $25.000.00. 30 ACRES Pasture and woodland, close to West fork. Good price and lood terms. BACK TO N A T U R E With this cahrmlng bungalow on I acre of land. Has an excelletii view and several oak and walnu ·hade trees. Priced right »t t6.500.00 BREATHING SPACE A good 3 bedroom home on one acre of land with a shaded lawn and room for a garden. Well priced at IlG.ooo.oo. Unusual Features For A Home In This Price Range--$16,500 . Fireplace, screened In porch, lot 108x310, on quiet, rustic street. 3 bdr., 2 bain dishwasher, drapes. Storage building in back. Conlact Katherina riser. 521-4303. Close To Grade School, J u n i o r High, High School, UofA That should take cars pi ALT, your children. The house can take care of them too. 4 bdr. 2 baths, galley kitchen, central heat and air. Large back yard, secluded from street. Located on quiet, shaded street. Contact Ken Tillman. 521-6979. For Only $1,000 Down ,. .you can own a house, a 3 room cottage, on 3 lot* In town, The; need a little fixing up, but will- ·uch a low* down payment that would be possible. Come talk with - Katherlne Flier. 521-4303. Inveitment Property Wjth Great Potential Within walking distance of U. of A Included duplex and small house on Leverett. Lot 90x100. Call Ron Pyeatt. S2I-27U. This Home Welcomes You With Open Arms ...It's that kind of place. Beautifully decorated and landscaped. Desirable and convenient location. 3 large bdr.. 2 - f u l l natta. Good floor plan 1850 :sq, ft. of living plus double garage. Patio. Call Katherine riser. 521-4303. STROUT REALTY 442-21*1 -- 521-7480 D A V I S 1617 N. Collaga Office 221-8660 Brre* Dtvis 442-8.371 Two Locations 2800 N. College NW Ark. Flaz 521-7272 After 6 p.m. Call Plaza Gallery at 521-1275 TREES AND A IARGE SUNDECK No. 1001 jgo with this newly con structed home. The builder planne this lovely all-electric 3 bedroor home to compliment the man trees on a larfie 90x200 lot, an best o! all Is the pricel $28,20 Call 521-7272 or after hour* Ni dine Miller 521-7473. POOL TIME1 No. 038 Spend hot summer days in a refreshing pool that'i aUo heated. 3 spacious bedrooms, 2 baths, has an 18x14 ft. great room, den with fireplace, many built-ins. For more details call 521-7272 or oftcr hours Muriel Howard 521-20S3. $44,995. HAPPINESS IS,.,. No. 93« this 3 bedroom 2 bath brick hoine on a half-acre that is entirely fenced! Yard area includes storm cellar and lajge garden spot NerthwMt Arkanwu TIMES, Sun., Aug. 18, 1974 rAYITTEVILLI. ARKANSAS 13B Legal Figures Speculate On The Complex Question Of Watergate: Why? HONOLULU (AP) - The I basic facts of Watergate have jccn exposed but R more complex question lingers: Why? Some of the nation's most respected legal figuros pondered and speculated during this past week on the motives of the men who twisted public trust legal ethics and Into conspiracy,' crime and cover : up. The consensus was that tti all-consuming quest ot re-election of Richard Nixon blinded the Ehflichmans, Segrcllls and others to a greater obligation to the public good. But at least two of the speakers at the 97lh annual convention of the American Bar Association offered the opinion ihat the Watergate figures were Richardson said, "A fallacy that must be purged at the outset is the notion that the chief actors i n Watergate w e r e uniquely evil men. "Among their personal characteristics, In fact, are some that are highly esteemed by our society: for instance, tho determination to prevail," ho said. succeed, to Entertainers Arrive Pat Buitrum, left, and Molly Bee were greeted at Fayettc- ville airport Friday afternoon by Paul Jones, president of Scheduled Skyways. Budrum, who played Mister Haney on "Green Acres" and who was comic-sidekick to Gene Aulry and other western snovie stars, wilt help Chill Wills entertain visitors at the "Hello Cousin" celebration at Holiday Island near Eureka Springs today. Miss Bee, a singer, will sing in the country-western show during ( h e c e l e b r a t i o n . (TIMESphoto hy Ray Gray) Military Study Of Possible Criminal Misconduct Over not necessarily evil men, but amoral. Perhaps the most simple and quietly eloquent reply to the [uestion ot why came trom ien. Sam Ervin on Friday: "The lust for political power of the presidential aides who perpetrated Watergate on America blinded them to the laws of Gotl as well as to the laws and ethics ot men.' The new laws of men that may emanate from Watergate will not guarantee it from happening again, said Ervin, who led the Senate's Watergate investigation. "The law does not make men "Watergate was not a tragedy so much ot Immoral men as of amoral men, not so much ol ruthless men as of rootless n,en." Beall echoed that theme by saying It would be too easy to dismiss Watergate as the result of bad men "devoid of ordinary moral sense." He viewed their attitude as the ultimate rationalization tha "everybody does it." "There Is an unhappy resenv jlance between the attitude of ho Watergate conspirators and he attitude of many of us toward tho relationship of means .0 ends," he said.- One example he cited was tha ruckers who resorted to vio- encc in protest of fuel ratio- nings. Ervin said tho Watergate figures resorted to evil means. But'hc said, "Unlike the men who were responsible for Teapot Dome, the presidential aidos who perpetrated Watergate were not seduced by tlia love of money, which is sometimes said to be the root of all evil. "On the contrary, they were Instigated by a lust for political power, which Is at least as corrupting as political power itself." good," Ervin breakfast. told a prayer Stock Market Falls Into One Of Worst Declines Of Year Also close to gooc Call 521-7272, Lee Two Location* 2900 N. College NW Ark. Pliza 521-7272 AittT 8 p.m. Call Plan Gallery at 521-7275 COMMERCIAL LOOK No. 1024 Llv. In one tide and rent out th* other, Nice duplex, near ·' "Diversity. Two heat and afr, th* by^ui arid X b*dfDonu, central ,--. . - . , Bett»r hutry at $23,950. Call 521- 7BT2 or after hours John Crocket! 751-2029, :. . LARGE CORNER LOT No. 10IB with' 82 West highway frontage. Slightly over one acre. 523,000, Investors grab this one quick! Terms available. Seller will subordinate to construction mort- f nge. Call 521^372 and after hours ff Boss 521-1645. od fishing. S22.500. Ward. HOUSE ACREAGE NEAR BUTTERF1ELD Large older 4 bedroom with central heat, fireplace, many trees in yard -- along with smaller house Sc 2 acres 521,000 with pole barn and approximately 7 acers. $28,500. With appro*. 15 acres S40.000. On Old Wire Rd. Houses will rent for S200 a month. Phone 442-8713 after 5:00. ' MARVIN GARDENS Jiut gUrttng West of UofA on Gray Street. Four bedrooms, 2Va baths, dining room, den. and fireplace, .- With thl* you get apple trees and Marvin'* old. garden, HOLLAND HOUSE INC. ANTIQUE BUFF'S DREAM HOUSE This charming post-Civil War home, with a view of distant hills, was built to last many generations. Solid brick and 1 cedar shake siding; heavy pillars support the front porch and balcony. Special features include spacious rooms with high mailings, wood- burning fireplaces In the living room, and one bedroom, original decorative hinges and doorplates on several doors, luxuriously thick carpeting on the stairs, family ipom, and two bedrooms. New central healing system with the wiring lor air, window air conditioner, large country kitchen, two baths formal dining room. Plus small studio apartment with private entrance (or this would be an Weal teen-agera room with kitchen.) Total price only $31.500, For appointment call Beulah Hanthorn e at 442-42*4. or 412-2127. THE SULLIVAN AGENCY EVERYBODY r«adj th* TIMES WANT 2*00 N. College Two Locations . . NW Ark. Plaza 34 N 442*4294 legal Notices-IN TUB CnAMTEKY (JOUKT OF WASHINGTON COTTNTT. ARKANSAS ORDER Commercial National MorlEnne Co. AND B. Weaver. Jr.. TRUSTEE Plalnlin . CM 7J-I50 Georgia E. Bradshaff Houiman nefen- WASHINGTON (AP) -- U.S. Army investigators found what tile considered evidence of possible criminal misconduct by senior Pentagon officials in the awarding of a -$40 million advertising contract. But their recommendation that the case be turned over to the Justice Department was rejected, according to government sources. The Army chose instead to refer the matter to its own Inspector General, keeping it within military channels, for what has been termed officially a continuing inquiry aimed at "improving management controls." The Army says the criminal aspect of the investigation is closed. Army spokesmen deny that any finding of possible criminal activity was made in the original probe by the Criminal Investigation Division (CID) that any recommendation was ever made to refer it to the Justice Department. However, the CID investigators' report, dated April 29 said "the Department of Justice should be immediately apprised of the facts disclosed as a result of this inquiry and that the Department of Justice initiate an investigation as appro priate." Although this was not done ,he Justice Department ii (nown to have obtained a copy of the report, and is said to have no reservations now abou the handling of the case. Jus ;lce Department officials re fused to comment. The case concerns the award ing of a contract in Octobe: 1972 to promote and advertisi the Army's all-volunteer re cruitment program to N. W Ayer Son., Inc., a New York advertising agency, Neal W. O'Connor, chairman of the firm, dismissed as ab surd any suggestion ot favjr itlsm in the contract award. The CID investigators report ed that the decision to selec the agency over six other might nave been wrongfully in fluenced by high-level Pentagoi officials. They said the investigatio: had not found that anyone rt. ceivcd favors, but that the cir · The Defendant in warned to appeal · in this Court within thirly day* and nswer the complaint o[ the PlalnlifJ of the contrac what they .terme. In the. above entitled cnuso, Witness mv hind and seal or Court this 25lh day ot July. 1571. thil . . Alma Kollmei'cr Chancery Clerk SKM, Wo AUS. 4, 11. IB, 25 531-7272 After f p.m. Call Plaza Gallery at 521-7275 SUMMER ENJOYMENT No. 741 can be yours at Its best In this .1 to 4 bedroom, 2 bath brick " home on 4 acres. Fantastic swimming pool for those hot days. Gold medallion electric home. H6.500. Call 521-7272, Lee Ward. RECIPE FOR A HAPPY FAMILY No. 969 taka 5 big bedrooms with large closets, add 2 baths and separate dining room. Sprinkle with _ .. ng bright kitchen and big living room. Top it oft with a two-story home with basement close to University and you have a winner; priced at S31.39S. Ajk to fee this soonl Call 521-727B or alter hou» Franco L»ngh»m i3-8157. NOTICE Of A runT.10 in-iAiuso BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT KBARIXQS UNDER THE CODK OF ORDINANCES OF FAYETTEVILLE. ARKANSAS Nolico Is hereby given that pursuant to Uie provisions or Uie cod o of Ordinances of trip City of Faj-etleville, Arkansas, Ihe following application h«s teen sfll for hearing before the Board of Adjustment In the Directors Room, City Administration Building, Fayoltoville. Arkansas, Monday, August 2S, 1974, at 3:30 p.m. Appeal No. 74-25 -- Mr. Loris L. Stanlon, a£enl for tha Rank of St. Louis -- 2715 Stagecoach Drive -- Lot Numbered one (1) in Block Numbered two (2) of Sun Valley Addition to the city of Fayetff ville, Arkansas, as per plat of said AdVl lion on file in Ihe office of the Circuit Clerk and Ex-OIficio Recorder of Washington County Arkansas, -- Application to vary setbacks. -All Interested parlies may appear and Tie heard at said tima and place. The application and other pertinent data are open nnd available for Inspection In lha Office of Ctly Planning, City Administration Buildlnff, FayetlevlHe, Arkansas. All Interested parties are Invited lo review these applications In said oflio* and discuss the detail* with Ihe planning Administrator. Bobble Jones Planning Administrator ITo 13 curastances award and "certain unusual. relationship between the parties concerned' merited further investigation. On this basis they recom mended the case be turne over to the Justice Departmen Among those named in th report were former Secretar of the Army Robert Froehlke Roger T. Kelley, who was the assistant secretary of defens for manpower and reserve a fairs, William H. Kraus, member of the evalualip board which awarded the co tract, and Brig. Gen. Robert 1 Montague, who was Kelley's a sistant. Kelley, now a vice presider of Caterpillar Tractor Co., ha brother who runs a Wisconsin uck equipment firm and who married to the sister of 'Connor. The CID investigators report- d they interviewed several itnesses who raised questions bout the manner of the con- act award. In particular, they aid Kraus had cast the deci- ve vote for Ayer without pre- aring evaluation sheets that ach boa.rd member was re- uirecl to use .for. scoring the arious agencies' presentations. Before the meeting on Oct. 2, 1972. sources said, several valuation board members had idicated preferences for one or vo other agencies whose ad- ertising proposals, they felt, ere superior to that o.yA The investigators said they ere told that Kraus declared e would withhold his vote until 11 other scores were tabulated so I can see how much Ayer eeds to win." When he finally ast his vote, Ayer won over 'oung Rubicam, the agency vhlch up to that time had been eadlng, they were told. Kraus, in a telephone inter- ievv, said he had not filled oul 11 of the forms required of ach board member because he elt they, were more bur- ensome then helpful. "The De cnse Department's procedures are not to be believed," he .aid. 1 Kraus denied there was any hing improper in the way thi iward was handled. "I an unin flue nee-able," he said, hink the others listened to me iccause I had no axe to grind,' He said Froehlke had picket lim for the board because o lis experience in dealing wit] ad agencies. "You don't buy an ad agency he way you buy nuts and bolts t's more like a marriage, bought the compelling ques tions were the compatibility o he agency with the Armj people, something which is cs lecially important when you'r starting a new contract." Kraus said anyone who sug ested there was anythin, questionable about the proceed ng was "ill-informed." Kelle;, le said, "at rn time had any thing to do with it; in fact h didn't even know why I wa there." O'Connor said lie didn 'think it's at all surprising tha we were doing an excellent jo for the Army and we were sup ported in the awarding of new contract." Recent figures on the Army recruiting program show tha quotas arc being met and tha Ayer's program was a goo one, O'Connor added. He said, "the whole busincs smacks of a plan to discred Reports For Duty Marine Cpl. Carl Have Route 2, Lowell, has reporte (or duty at the Marine Corj Base at Camp LeJcune, N. C. so we'd lose the con- act." O'Connor echoed Kraus in .ylng that Kelley had no role the contract selection. "He as interested but not in- olved," he said. Army spokesmen . would not scuss handling of the Crlmi- al Investigation Decision re- ort, saying only that the mat- r had been referred to appro- riate Army officials. Sources said some members the CID investigating team ad complained to superiors bout the decision to refer the ase to the Inspector General ather than the Justice Depart- icnt. They argued "it was an at- 3mpt to cover up the whole ling by keeping it inside the entagon," one source said. On July 11. the Army an- ounced that its criminal Inves- gators had found no basis for [legations involving the con- ract award but that "an ap- arent need was shown for im- roved management controls." . t e a m , of investigators from ie Inspector General's office nd Army auditors was as- igned to continue the inquiry. Lt. Col. Robert Orkand, a ublie information officer, said he Army's interest in the case iow is confined strictly to the juestion of management con- rols "how to tighten up arocedures, bookkeeping, vouchers and so forth." The CID's April 29 report ;aid that attempts to establish possible violations of law would ·equire th'e subpoenaing of ·ecords and documents relating o the Ayer agency and the con- ract award and would put mili- ary investigators in the "civil- an sector." Therefore, the re- ort recommended that the :ase be referred to the Justice "This task can be performed only by ctlitcs or religion or morality," he said, . COMBINATION : Former .Ally,... Gen. -.Elliot Richardson cited a combination ol possible [actors; an . obses: slon with winning, total belief in their patriotic motives, supercharged organizational zeal, feeling that anyone who wasn't "with us" was the ene- NF,\V YORK tAP) -- Pounded with more indications that the economy is losing its battle with inflation the stock market fell Into one o fits worst declines of the year this past week. The Oow Jones Industrial average plunged 45.V6 points dur- my. the week to 731.54, ona of worst weeks since the oil "One has, then, all the gredients needed to rationalize the conviction that the end is all-important," said Richardson, whose resignation last Oct. 20 gave impetus to the impeachment movement. The attorney who prosecuted former Vice President Spiro T. Agnew said, "When we look for the fault that led them to such dreadful deeds, it must be a confusion between the means and the ends." George Beall, the U.S. attorney for Maryland, said an obvious lesson from "the sorry events" of the past two years is that there can be no double standard for any attorney or public official confronting decl sions involving basic honesty. Archibald Cox, fired in the Oct. 20 "Saturday Night Mas. embargo last fall and the blue chip indicator's lowest point in four years. Standard Poor's 500 Block average was down 5.19 to 75.67 and the NYSE's broad-based index fell 2.63 to 39.76. Sales withered to 51.31 million shares during the week from 66,61 million shares the week before. Monday, prices were kickec sharply lower when the Department of Agriculture reportec an estimated 12 per cent drop in the corn crop this year be cause of severe drought, whicli should mean higher food costs. Tuesday, the USDA said soy bean crops aa well as com would fall well below previous expectations due to drought Tha Dow retreated more than sacre" as cutor, said Watergate prose- he was less con- Department for as appropriate," "investigation corned about the major acto.rs in the Watergate drama. "Their fault was great a.nd their weakness was. apparent," he told the bar's 97th annual convention. WORRISOME FIGURES "For me, the worrisome figures in the Watergate story . . . were the relatively minor figures who made it possible for the major wrongs to continue." They did it by silence and emulating one, or all three of the three monkeys symbolizing: ''Hear no evil. See no evil, Speak no evil." But there was another, per- laps unexpected, thread, running through the analysis of \yhat motivated the. Watergate igures: That they were not in- lerently evil men or corrupted 5y the quest for personal monetary gain. Parking (CONTINUED ITIOM PAGE 1B) ermils the use ot any existing lot. withing a certain distance, for off-site parking purposes. The measure, U approved, would still allow city-owned lots ':o he used, but not without a lease agreement being signed and not without approval of the Parking Authority and the Board. The proposed ordinance lias been tabled once and is to be considered again by the commission at Its Sept. 10 meeting. H approved by the commission at that time, the measure will then go before the Board for final approval, presumably on Sept. 17, As one citizen commented, "I hope the commission will withhold any action on granting further off-site parking approval until the Board passes the proposed ordinance." Life Insurance Now Available To Vels An estimated 25,000 Arkansaj Viet Nam veterans are eligibl for new, low cost, life insu ranee under the recently passe Veterans Insurance Act, whic became effective Aug. 1, ac cording to the. Veterans A( ministration. Veterans Group Life . In surance (VGLI) is available t all veterans discharged on or a ter April 3, 1970 and they mu apply for the insurance betor Aufi. 2, 1975. Servicemen discharged afte Aug. 1, 1974 will receive app cation forms automatically ai those discharged before th date may obtain forms at an Veterans Administration office Graduates Seaman Recruit Monte Holt, son of Mr. and Mrs. B R. Holt of Rogers has gra uated from recruit training the Naval Training Cente Great Lakes. 111. He will atten an operation specialist scho I there. points on the .two crop re- irts. Fighting in Cyprus at mid- eek brought the market lower s investors grew nervous as resident Ford (accd his first ternatlonal crisis, The momentum of the decline arricd through Thursday and riday. Some of the biggest weekly ·sers were the high priced amour issues. Eastman Kodak, one of the lost actively traded stocks jring the week, dropped 6% to lose Friday at 83W. and Xerox orn. plunged 7% to 85%. Trie Big Board's weekly vol- me leader was Polaroid, down % to 24'/4, followed by Evans 'roducts off Mi to 4%. Among the 25 most active is- ues on the Big Board this [ eok, the only 'gainer was ' :omestake Mines up 10 to $?S, benefitting f r o m the rising rice of gold. Losers swamped gainers this vcek 1,530 to 230 among the 1, 55 issues traded. There were 25 new yearly lows and 15 ligbs. The American Slock Ex- hange also took a beating, The \rnex market value index lost .16 to 75.87. On Friday, the \rnex daily sales fell to 941,060 .hares, its lightest volume iince July 22, 1965. Springdale (CONTINUED FBOM PAGE IB) deo of the Ozarks, scheduled 01- July 1 through 4, 1976-- 200 years after the Declaration o( Independence was signed. What special activities there will he during the rodeo have not been planned yet. Activities pertaining to Horizons '76 -- a category that reflects the nation's future -- include a Downtown Bcaulifi- cation project, a joint beautlfi- cation project between Fayctte- ville and Springd/ile for landscaping along Hwy. 71 through both towns. A pet project of the Chamber's, a civic center, was also mentioned in the city's application. The application said only that "it is possible s civic center will be opened to commemorate the Bicentennial." 1974 MUSTANG GHIA COUPE Automatic, power steering and brakes, factory air conditioning, vinyl roof, radial tires, 8,000 miles in showroom condition. Wheeler Motor Co, PHONE 443-3453 fed K44 N. Collegs ·«· (Highway 71 North) Open 8 to 7 WAHNTNT, ORDER IK THE CHANCERY COURT OF WASHINGTON COUNTY, ARKANSAS William Eugene Vinson Plaintiff Vs. CH-74.706 Lois nay Vinson Defendant Ttie Defendant I/is nay Vinson Is warned 1 to appear in Uiia Court within Ulirty Hays and answer the cornp]aml of the plaintiff in the above entitled cau.se. Witness my hand and Mat of this Court this 14 (fay of August, 1974. Alma Kollmcyer Chancery Clork By Kays Channell D.C (fell) tfa IS, 25, Sept. 1, 8 The TIMES li On Top of The Newt Seven Days o Week Weather Forecast Showers ars forecast over por- Southeast with tewperatnrej (he country. (AP Wircphoto} tions ai the Midwest and remaining warm throughout All about Football In the TIMES 1 Annual FOOTBALL PREVIEW section coming Tuesday, Sept. 3 Northwest Arkansas' most complete word-and-picturs coverage of 1974's football prospects, with special emphasis on area teams, the Razorbaeks and their opponents in tha Southwest Conference. Look for it September 3rd in the ^ort1)U)tst

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