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Northwesf Arkansas TIMES, Wed., Sept. 4, 1974 legal Notices FAYETTEVILUE. ARKANSAS 47--Real' Estate-Far Sale-- 47-Real Estate-For Sale 3V4 ACRES On black tap with clean 3 , U'a bath mobile home. Jusl like new with furniture included. Has TV tower and excellent water tern, Price 518,750. SECLUDED SETTING Three BH brick with fireplace | 2 baths. Very private redwood deck] overlooking beautilul lot. Very convenient to university. Quiet street. Immediate possession. TEENAGER'S PARADISE The parents can relax in front of the fireplace upstairs while the children romp in the finished, spacious lower level. Just completed, this 3 BR 2'/ 2 bath home. Shag carpet throughout, ceramic tile foyer, CH Air. Complete kitchen. 2500 sq. ft. quiet street in NE Fay- elteville. WEST SIDE D U P L E X Located near Ashell school. This brick duplex has ? BR plus lar£e utility room, living room, kitchen. bath on each side. Excellent rental area for families or university couples. Realistisnlly priced at S21,- 000. LOOKS B R A N D NEW Shows nearly perfect. Well taken care of 2 BR, 1 bath home. Located on large lot, appropriate for nice garden spot. 10 years old. Call for appointment. LARGE TREES furnish lols of shade for Ihts one ncre (pl»s) lot wilh comfortable iwo bedroom home on H\,y. 1G East in Faycltevillc. Small pond can be used to irrigate pardon. Hedge, shrubs and trees provide privacy. For appointment CALL: HE1NEY REALTY CO. Hwy. 16 East 442-9236 1800 Sq. Ft. 3 Bedroom lesidence Nearlng Completion acres in beautiful Wedlng- ion Woods. 3 large bedrooms, 3,i baths, family room, nalivc stone fireplace, double garage, boauliful view. AH for the no'.uinal price of $38,000. For appointment call Harry Flesher at 443-24S5; after hours 443-2Q-K3. BEACON REALTY, Inc. Rogers, Ark. admitted to jirobftto AS the lust will of IHo (ibovo named decedent, and ttio undersigned lias l»cn appointed ciseculor Ihero under. A contest of the probate of the will can bo ctfcrtcd only by f i l i n g a petition within \ha time provided by law. All persons having claims against Hie cslate must exhibit them, duly verified, lo llic undersigned \vllliln six months from the dalo of the publication of Ills notice, or they shall bo forever bnrred and nrccliitted from any benefit In the estate. Tills notice f i r s t published 2Slh day of August 197-1. A, D. MCALLISTER. JR C/o Wade, McAllister, Wade, Kurke P. A P, 0. Box 1000 Fayetteville, Arkansas 2Tc 28 Sept. 4 NOTICE TO BIDDERS W a s h i n g t o n ' C o u n t y ' i s now accepting bids on (3) three Radar units to be used in Police vehicles. Bid opening will bo held September 17, 1974 at 10:00 In the Washington County Purchasing Agent's Office. For flddHional inCormnUon on specifications contact: Washington County Purchasing Agent, Courthouse, Fayetteville, AR. 4I2-1291. 3Tc Sept, 3, 4, 5 BY BUILDER -- New 3 bedroom, 2 bath, fireplace, dishwasher, air conditioner, 2 car garage with remote control door, near Asbcli Ochoql, 442-8S7S. INVESTMENT 12 unit Apt. complex, all on, ground level, furnished with a very- good rental record. Have been constructed for low cost maintenance. A good set up for someone to start in the rental business- Owner will finance or will consider trade. Price $35,000. OUTSIDE CITY Well constructed 3 BR den or 4th BR. Brick dwelling with l 1 ^ baths. Large kitchen dining area. Home 6 yrs old in good condition. CH. 2 car port. Metal storage bldg sbed. Fenced and located on l',2 level acres. DUPLEX Two units JTor sale -- Buy one or two. Both stay rented and are easy to care for. 7 years old. One ?13,500 and one $14,500. PRIME STRIP On Green Acres Rd. Choicest of Choice office locations. 96'x3M' zoned Commercial. Price 544,000.00. 1202 N. College Office 442-5351 Evenings and Weekends call: Bobbys Halbrook Christine Blontleau G, C. Faucette Virginia Bowers Cathy Boyd Roger Williams Richard Ma yes Sylvia Danforfh Mary Jane Fitch Res. 443-2227 Res. 521-2004 Res. 4i2-2277 Res. 442-6305 Res, 521-5971 Res. 521-4237 Res, 443-2669 Res. 442-9935 Res. 442-6083 Country grocery, station and living quarters. Gross indicates this business should make a living and pay purchase price 1st 4 years. $21,750 down Includes $16,000-518,000 stock of fast moving merchandise. If you don't plan on making your fortune in a day and will settle for a well located, substantial business proposition better dial, Dale Newlin Realty Co. Dale Newlin R. W. Davis WARNING ORDER CASE NO. CH-74-WJ In Ihe CHANCERY Court of Washington County, Arkansas DEAN KENNER PlalnltH TOntMIE GALE KV.NNER Defendant The defendant Tommtc Gale Kenncr is warned lo appear in this Court within thirty [lays and answer the complaint of the P l a i n t i f f , in the above entitled se. UneES my hand and seal of this Court this 16Lh day of August, 1974. Alnm Kolimcyer Chancery Clerk (Seal) ITo a. 28. -1.' 11 By Kaye Chappell D.C. 3535 N. College "Developers of Hyland Park" financing available. BY OWNER: Income property, 17 menls, 3 years old, good location. Priced reasonably. Good Phone ·M3-351S. Legal Notices WARNING ORDER CH-74-714 In the Chancery Court of Washington County, Arkansas Sufan Bernice Phillips, bj* her nexl friend and mother BLilie Havens Gary Lee Phillips · Defendant The defendant Gary Lee Phillips is warned to appear in Ihis court wLlhIn t h i r t y days a n d "answer the compiainl of the P l a i n t i f f In the above entitled cause. . . . Witness my hand and seal or Lhii Court this 16 day ol August. 1974. Alma Kollmrjyer Chancery Clerk By Kaye ChappeU D.C. (Seal) 4Tc a, 23, 4. 11 PROCLAMATION I, (he undersigned, Mayor of the Cily nl Fayetteville. Arkansas, do hereby proclaim that at the election held tn the Cily iT Fayelleville, Arkansas, on the I'Slh day of August. 19(1, on the question of issuing Industrial Development Revenue Bonds, there were east SOT voles FOR the issuance of bonds in an amount lo exceed $2.000,000, for the purpose of financing the cost of securins and developing industry, nrttt them were cast 63 voles AGAINST the issuance of bonds lor t h a t purpose, therefore, the electors o! tte Oily voted in favor o[ issuing the bonds. All persons are hereby notified that Ihe results of the election on the queslior as herein proclaimed shall be concUisiv. unless aUiicked in the courts u-ithln thirty (30) days after the dale or this "amatfon, RUSSELL T. PURDY Mayor of FayetlevLllG, Arkansas fl'AHMXH ORDER TN THE CHANCERY COURT of WASHINGTON COUNTY. ARKANSAS AM NEWMAN Plaintiff Vs. 7H-74-GS8 JOANNE NEWMAN "Defendant The Dnftmrfant, Joanne Newman is warend to arxvir 1 n this Court within thirty" days and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff in the above entitled ause; Witness my h a n d anrt seal of this Court this 9 day of August, 1974, ALMA KOLLMEYER Chancery Clerk By KAYE CHAPPELL D.C. 4Tc 14, 21, 23. Sept. 4 ITc Fepl. NOTICE Nr. 71-162 IN THE PROBATE COURT OF WASHINGTON COUNTY. ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF EDGAR T, McALlrlSTER, deceased Last known address or decedent: 225 East Lafayette, Fayetteville, Arkansas Date of death: August 19, 1974 An instrument dated June 28, 1973, was on the 22nd day of August, 1974, Workers End 33-Day Western Electric Strike NEW YORK (AP) -- Electrical workers have returned to work at Western Electric Co., the manufacturing arm of American Telephone Telegraph Co., after ratifying a new contract. Brotherhood of Electrical Workers returned Tuesday after approving the new agreement by a narrow margin. This ended a 33-day strike by 60,000 workers. Pasquale Gino, president ol the 1BFAV council, announced the ratification--by about 80 votes--in Keading.^Pa. About 2,500 IBEW members remained out in three states because of local disputes. A company spokesman said a local agreement was reached Tuesday at Western Electric's subsidiary Teletype Corp. plant in Little Rock, Ark., but was still subject to ratification by 1,400 IBEW members. Contract negotiations were continuing at the Columbus River Switching Equipment factory in Vancouver, B.C., where 650 IBEW members are employed, and in San Ramon, Calif., where another 490 IBEW members remained on strike. New contracts were also announced between Bell Systems units of ATT and 70,000 IBEW members plus 50,000 members of 11 independent unions linked in the Alliance of Independent Telephone Unions. Five other · independent ions in the Alliance, including two representing 17,000 traffic employes in the New York Telephone Co., were still without contracts. Results of mail balloting on -a c o n t r a c t between Communications Workers of America and the Bell System was expected Friday. The contract covers 500,000 employes. 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The Ford Family, as other first families, spends much of its lei- sure time at the secluded retreat, (AP Wirephoto) Disenchanted With Promises, Egypt Turns Again To Soviets taking things added: by mouth." It "He will be in -the hospital for observation for a couple of days and after he goes home will have to be quiet and will be on some medication." park. The boy was injured Monday afternoon when a jeep carrying lim and six other persons overturned in a ditch near the Cash home. The youngster was pinned under the vehicle. Police said the jeep was driven by Cash's sister, Reba Hancock. Cash and his wife, June Carter, were not in the vehicle. Cash, 41,- was ordered by doctors earlier to cancel his plans for performing on the local telecast of the Jerry Lewis Muscular Dyhtrouhy Telethon Monday night. They said he was suffering from exhaustion. "Everybody's worrying about me. I'm okay. I'll live. But that's my entire life in there," Cash said after he and his wife JBU Group To Entertain At Siloam Event SILOAM SPRINGS -- The "Sound Generation" or John Brown University will entertain guests at the barbecue honoring Rep. John Paul Hammerseh- midt Friday in Rogers. The 18-member singing group; made up of students at the university in Siloam Springs, have performed in all the major college howls at football games, patriotic rallies, and otherfunc- tions, and at such places as the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. The group will appear in Rogers at Lake Atalanta Park following the barbeque, according to Rex Spivey, chairman of the function. Congress- m a n Hammerschmidt w i l l speak and visit with the audience. Only 300 tickets will be available to attend the meeting due to physical limitations at the WASHINGTON (AP) -- Senior Egyptian military officers are pressing their .government to patch up differences with the Soviet Union so they can obtain Russian arms again, U.S. intelligence sources report. These sources said Egyptian Foreign Minister Ismail Fahmy iias been invited to Moscow in Officials Plan Mozambique Independence LUSAKA, Zambia (AP) -Portugal's foreign minister anc leaders of the Mozambique rebels meet here Thursday to arrange independence for the big colony in southeast Africa House Committee To Study Health Care next June 1. Samora Machel, head o WASHINGTON Bill Alexander, (AP- D-Ark., Rep. said spent Monday son's side. night at their A spirited, leaner look is all zipped up for you in this em pire-inspired Choose silky cotton or knits. princess blends, style, jersey, Printed Pattern 4762: Misses' Sizes 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 13. Size 12 (bust 34) takes 2 yards 60- inch fabric. 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Tuesday that the House Agriculture Subcommittee on Family Farms and Rural Development would conduct hearings on .the performance of federal health policies in the countryside. "The question is not have we got problems in health' in countryside areas," Alexander said. "The question is how the federal programs are working in rural areas, where the gaps are and what future alternatives may be." Alexander said research indicates that serious problems sexist in health care delivery. "These appear to he caused, basically, by distribution pat- ferns of available personnel and facilities and, in some :ases, inadequate supplies of joth," he said. FRELIMO, the Mozambique Liberation" Front, arrived Tues day to meet with Foreign Min ister- Mario Scares. . . Informed . sources, said . ai agreement could be signed by Friday providing for (1) provisional government dorm nated by FRELIMO and takin office on Sept. 23; (2) Portu guese to retain the ministries o defense and interior, .and (3) in dependence on June 1, 1975. Diplomatic sources said th two sides had already reache agreement on all major points Portuguese Guinea, the sma lest of Portugal's three Africa colonies, gets its independenc on Sept. 10 as the new nation o Guinea-Bissau. But a broadcast from Brazza ville, the capital of the Conge reported that rival rebel group in Angola, the third colony, ha agreed to unite and continu guerrilla warfare against Po id-October and a top Egyp an general probably will ac- ompany him. The Russians have withheld eliveries of new equipment nd critically important spare arts from Egypt since mid- Vpril, according to U.S. inte- igence. The Soviet cut-off came .S.-Egyptian relations were arming after nearly two dec- des of hostility. Egyptian military officers re said 'by U.S. intelligence ources to have soured on jgyptian President Anwar Sa at's new friendship toward the niled States, which so far has rought neither a reduction ir .S. arms support for Israe ar any American weaponry or Egypt. The French government's re ent cancellation of its seven ear arms embargo against Is ael and neighboring Arab na ions has been 'followed by re orts that France will send gypt new Mirage jet war planes, paid tor by oil-rich Arab countries. But supplies of new Frencl ireraft and weapons would no lelp the Egyptian military kee ts Soviet-suppleid arms in op crating condition. That depend o a considerable extent on re ceiving replacement parts froi ':he Soviet Union. The Egyptian army, air fore and navy have been equippe almost entirely with Soviet ma terial since the late 1950s. tugal until "final victory." Mozambique's 8.5 m people include about 2£ whites, and many of these were reported.fleeing from the prospect of Mack rule. millio 250,000 Colorado Grand Jury Investigation Stirs Controversy NEW FALL-WINTER PATTERN CATALOG! 100 best school, career, casual, city fashions. Free pattern coupon. Send 75 cents. Sew plus Knit Book -- has basic tissue pattern $1.25 Williams Surrenders ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Civil rights activist Bobby Lee Williams, 38, has surrendered in St. Louis lo begin serving a five-year prison sentence for il legally purchasing a firearm. Williams, a leader in the United Front civil rights group in SI. Louis and Cairo, 111., was convicted last year for falsely denying he had a prison recon Instant Sewing Book .$1.00 Instant Fashion Book $1-00 ADVERTISE HEBE, Thousands of homemaXera reac" this feature daily . . . and they 1 wlU see you/ mc*Mffe. Lions Club To Sell White Cane Pins The Fayetteville Lions Club will be selling white cane lapel 7tns Friday and Saturday at several shopping locations here to raise money for the organization's work wilh the blind. The Lions White Cane Day, a statewide drive, will incude more than 7,000 volunteer Lions Club members throughout the state. Money from the sale of the lapel pins will go to the Arkansas Lions F,ye and Kidney Bank. Volunteers will be at the Northwest Arkansas Mall, K- Marl, Wal-Mart, Gibson, Downtown Square and Evelyn Hills Friday and Saturday. Jonesboro Voters Reject Car Tax JONESBORO, Ark. (AP) -- A neasure thai would have required local residents to contin- le purchasing $5 city automo- ile licenses was rejected by Jonesboro voters Tuesday! The vote was 1,670 against the measure and 929 for it. Mayor Neil Stallings expressed some surprised at the vote. Stallings said he must meet with the City Council Finance Committee to search for funding to replace the loss of the anticipated $80,000 in revenue Shat the automobile tags would have brought. when he bought a rifle in Cape trouble light. Attempt Rejected WASHINGTON (AP) - A federal judge today rejectee the government's attempt tc force several firms to buy na lional television and newspapei advertisements to warn thi public of n hazardous householc Girardeau, Mo., in 1971. A group of about 50 persons calling ilself the National Com U.S District Judge George L Hart Jr. permanontly enjoined 37 companies from furlhe mitlce to Free Bobby Williams manufacture, sale or dis accompanied Williams to the tribution of the lights, and or U.S. marshal's office and said'dercd them to replace or rcpur an active effort would be made chase any lights returned by to seek a quick parole for him. 'customers. Jones Strategy Is Evasiveness C.ONWAY, Ark. (AP) -- Gu H. "Mutt" -Jones of Conw, said he was "being deliberate evasive" when asked Tuesda if he was considering resignin from the 21st District Sena seat. '. "I'm being deliberately ev sive because I'm faced some rather serious problerr and those problems arise b cause of my own conclusions to what is right and what wrong and what is law and n the law and my own stubbor ness and the problems of t people I wish taken care of, t ptople in the 2ist District, 1 Jones said. "There is a problem there acing .me to guarantee that hose people will have a sena- or, and I'm not positive I can assure them it will be me -- irgo the problem," he said. Jones has been convicted on ederal income charges and vas ousted from the Senate Aug. 1. He went lo court in an at- empt to block the action and Special Judge Jack Lessen- erry ruled that Jones' Senate salary would have to be paid y the state and that no elec- ion could be called to fill the 21st District seat. The state has appealed that ruling. A request by the attorney general's office to stay the lower court ruling so a specia election cqult! be held in conjunction with the Nov. 5 general election was denied by the DENVER (AP) -- At least 10 ombings have shattered the aim of this and two other east- l n Colorado cities over the ast year. The bombings left six persons ead in Boulder and prompted federal grand jury investiga- on and protests from Mexi- ah-American activists who laim there is a right wing plot ) discredit them. Starting last Sept. 1 when yo small bombs exploded just ight minutes apart in rest- ooms at two downtown office uildings, there have been six omb explosions in Denver, iree In Boulder and one in Jreeley. Additionally, eighl inexploded bombs were fount n Denver and two in Boulder. For the most part, the bombs aye been directed at public luildings such as schools, po ice stations and courthouses. The latest two blasts in Boul der, which occurred in cars Vlay 27 and May 29, resulted in he deaths of two University o Colorado women and foui young men, and severe injuriei o another man. All the victim: vere described as being active in Mexican-American organ iations. ACCIDENTLY DETONATED Police said investigations o joth car bombings indicate ·he explosives went oft acciden ially while the. occupants handling dynamite bombs. Chicano leaders take issu with the police theories. The say no direct evidence has been made public by authorities t support allegations the six vie tims were handling bomb when they died. Federico Pena\ a lawyer fo Seventy-five per cent of the revenue would have heen used for city streets while the remainder would have been used for city parks. The Student Government Association of Arkansas State University had vigorously opposed the measure despite assurances from city officials that only a small number of the students would have been af- fecled by the license requirements. The license requirement look effect last.January, but city officials promised local residents that the measure would be pul to a public vote before being continued another year. Tires Slashed Jean Chistian of Grandview Apartments told city police Tuesday that some time between ..-p.m. Monday and 10 a.m Tuesday someone had slashec all Ihe tires on her car, the Mexican-American Lega Defense B'und, said two Univer sity of Colorado coeds clai they overheard a Boulder po lice radio conversation, just after the second blast, in which officers said several Anglos had been seen throwing something into the car belonging to the victims. The statements have been filed in District Court. Rodalfo "Corky" Gonzales, ead of the Crusade for Justice lere, said the six were murder- d and were victims of a con- The FBI has been called in to nvestigate only two of the re- ent bombings--a blast which atised $8,000 damage to the niversity of Colorado campus olice station March 17, and the iscovery of a dynamite bomb idden in a purse left in a dor- nitory washroom at the Uni- ersity of Northern Colorado at Jreeley. RECENT BOMBING ·One of the most recent bomb- ngs here occurred outside a lowntown area motel where !ov. John Vanderhoof, Sen. Peer Dominick, If-Colo;, and a umber of state and local otfi- ials were attending a dinner April 25. The blast occurred in a stolen car parked in the motel park- ng lot and damaged 12 other cars and slightly injured two passersby. Police said the only link to Mexican-Americans was that the dinner was for an organ- ation which promotes job opportunities for Spanish-speaking people. "When this climate exists, some people lake advantage of it for their own aims--or for revenge," said Capt. Robert Shaughnessy, head of the Denver police bomb squad. "In the world we live in, the bomb has become the w a y unhappy people, militant people, make themselves heard. "We certainly don't say all these bombs are related to Chi- cauos--you would be foolish to say that. But it seems many have been directed a t ' persons who have had disputes with Chicanes." Shaughnessy said his detectives have heard "street talk" that there would be more bombings--a sort of memorial to the six who were killed in Boulder. So far, though, nona las occurred. state Supreme Court Tuesday. Jones said he had not rea( :he Supreme Court's opinion but said from what his attor neys had told him "the Su preme Court followed the law and the people presenting the motion didn't really have a standing in court, based on pri or decisions." Daley Returns CHICAGO (AP) -- Mayor Richard J. Daley is back in business at the same old stanc and gives every indication he' like to be there for four more years. Daley, 73, returned to his fifth floor office in City Hall on Tuesday for the first time sinci he suffered a stroke on May 6. In the four months Daley ha: been convalescing at his sum mer home in Grand Beach Mich., there has been specula tion that poor health wouli force him from politics and th mayor's post he has held sino piracy. 'There are plenty of elements for the basis of a right ving movement in Denver," said Gonzales. He said that the Crusade's lawyers would ser .vidence on their own as to who caused the explosions. CALLED POLITICAL MOVE "What happened in Boulder s a lot more than meets the (130,000) State's Animal Population Rises LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- The domestic animal population o( Arkansas has increased steadily since 1972, the last year for which figures were available. The state Health Department has indicated that only the numbers of sheep and swine have declined. The populations, as of Jan. 1, with the 1972 figures in-parentheses : Cattle...2,140,0(16 (1,912,000) Sheep....6,000 (7,000) · Horses and mules . . . 131,000 eye," said Ernesto Vigil, Den-i ver County chairman of the La Raza Unida political movement. "They (the police) want o incriminate the Chicano community by implication. Calling a grand jury was a political move." He said the federal investigation, which hegan July 1, was nothing more than "a witch Dogs . . . 25JI,000 (235,000) Cats . . . 125,000 (89,274) The 1972 figure for turkeys ncludcs all kinds, while the 1974 ' f i g u r e includes breeder icns only. Both poultry figures are exclusive of commercial Broilers. Dr. Harvie Ellis, director of Veterinary Public Health with Hint," and 'overnment charged placed that the heavily- armed U.S. marshals at the courthouse to "create fanfare." The city of Denver also is conducting a grand jury inves- :igation of the bombings. It resulted last fall in an indictment against a Mexican-American activist lawyer, Franke Martinez, who stil! is at large: Martinez is accused of mailing two package bombs, one to a Denver policewoman and the other to a Denver school boa re member, last fall. Neither ol the devices exploded. Dist, Atty. Dalt Tooley doesn't agree with those who link most of fhe bombings to Mexican-Americans since not all the incidents involved siny ilar types of explosives or sim ilar targets. There, have been Chlcanos suspected in some, but there have also been non-Chicanos suspected or linked to others,' Tooley said. Ihe Health Department, the {log population was said estimated by selecting 15 Arkansas cities at random and finding the ratio of dogs to persons in each city with the 1970 census as a guide. In each city, he said, the number of dogs was about one- eighth the population recorded in the census. That ritio was equaled over the state to estimate the number of dogs. The same procedure was used to estimate the number of cats except that nine cities were chosen at random and the ratio was one-nineteenth of the human population. Ellis said he believed thai because Ihe human population had increased since 1970, lha dog and eat estimates were too loiv. Other figures were furnished by the United States Crop Reporting Service with the. exception of that for horses which was based on an actual head count lawen in 1972.

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