Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on September 14, 1974 · Page 11
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47--Real Estate--For Sale-- WANT TO BE FENCED IN? Tlien you should ice Ihla cuelom- K? ? i?i R , 2 ,,'!" llomo '" Ho °' School Dial, I'rlvncy renew! urea off the chain link fenced back ynrd. Custom dranca lovely luwn nnd good OMUnuible lonn. To ECO anytime, call 531-1SOO or niton week-ends: Pauline McKlnncy 53I-1M9 Jenn Anna Sellers 442-308.1 James Bnkcr . 442-5090 BAKER ASSOCIATES REALTORS 1618 N. College FISHING AT BACK DOOR Acres. 3 mll« out IS West. ! ledrooms. fireplace, new homo. 10,300. Will consider trade. Phone 442-8953. REALTOR 521-1300 SUBURBAN REAL ESTATE ra REALTOR Pam' Brown 442-8377 Brokei Bor. Sherwood 443-2050 Hwy. 45 E. Deborah Cowan ; ARE YOU READY? · A sharp new 3 bedroom home can be yours for S28.500. You must sw , it to aprcciatc. The exlra louche. '.-.; this home has to offer. 3 ,i acn ^ lot on 45 East. NEW USTING · This home has 3 bedrooms, 2 bnthfl ·: lovely liviiifiroom with vaulted ceiling and fireplace. Dinlngroom with vaulted celling. CH H, tot ^ of storage space, all make up i ', lot for so little. !27,500. $1,000 DOWN · 10-ACRES 1",1 miles off 16 West 58,500. All you need is Jl.OOO down terms on the remaining amount. 50 ACRES . ·. Where can you find 50 acres c "' hcatuiful property adjoining th White River Tor $30,000 and terms available? Call us Jar more Infor ma I ion. 200 ACRES about IS miles West of Hazort. _ Stadium. Good spring. Not much open land now, however most o it eould be opened. Some prett. good size trees. Will sell a 40 and or an 80. CALL HEINEY REALTY CO. Hwy J_6_East 442-9236 * BY OWNER: Large llvingroom and clicn, 2 or 3 bedroom, washroom, 22t electric I block from market and Pos Office. Qiilot street- Phone SIS-27. E Y OWNE R : Nicn 2 bed from hous wllh garage. Excellent location In Norlh cast FayeltevlH«, No realtors Phone 751-328T. SOLID Business located In Siloam Springs, Ark., 12 mobile homes 27 hook-ups to rentals or over-nlghlers; (Tilt shoo/ love! ,,. 2 BR home; nil in excellent L-ondLHon f Tliis business ^hnuld creale a 30% relur ". on investment.! Torrn9 available. Wflllc Gray Agency. Inc.; Box -I44, Silaar Springs, Ark. 7276L, phone no, 501-531-3183 WfNWOOD ADDITION, IlOOl School,owner, excellent location, 5 bedrooms, . baths, formal living room and d i n I n room, Tarjra family room with fircplaci I/its or Khadd trees. For an appoLntimn 443-3030. 7--Real Estate--For Safe RENT lere is an opportunity to Increase your Income. We have a three bedroom bungalow with family room ust on North College -- Zoned Commercial -- the Prkn Is only 10,760.00. Groat for home and ot- ice or outright Rental. BRAND NEW iparWlng ceramic balla, luxury carpet, bountiful ash kitchen cabinets, two-car garage paved drive, Central Air. A Great family home vilh four bedrooms. Price only 33,000.00. with $1,000.00. down and '·ii% interest to Qualified Veteran. BUNGALOW lore la a genuine bargain. Two )lg bedrooms. Dining Koom, lota of built-Ins. Close to UofA and downtown 03,900.00. shopping. Price only 47-R«al Estate-For Sale- NEW 3 bedroom 1W talli, carpeted oa UitH) Sctiuoyah lloud ncnr Bal-twln total price $18.000, $1,500 down payment {ISO MionUi. Cull Don Dlngledlne 521-3J63 8:00- E;OQ or 412-8153 after 6;00. ACREAGES With n view. Looking for a place to build your home? Check on theae ncreajics twiny. Partly cleared and Ju erase. Just oft a Slate Highway: TERMS. FISHER REALTY 839-3288 JUST COMPLETED BY BUILDER Wrap-around Sundeck with 3 bed room, 2 baths, CH/CA near U ot A, price 526,200. Phone 442-8953, YANCEY REALTY OFFICE PHONE HOMEY-MADE Two blocks to Asbell School on arge level lot Thia roomy 3 betl- ·oom Is a good family home carpeted. Draped Air Conditioned, [ouble Carport, Quick Possession, Price $29,500.00. LAND Five acres with large Oak trees, blacktop on two sidea -- close in on Hwy. 16 West. Good place to build a home or Establish a busi- s. BUILDING SITE Hwy. 45 East, level lot. 114x187. See this for your new home FRONTIER 846-2153 821-3253 840-2690 DENNIS THE MENACE By Ketcham REAL ESTATE Company REAUOR Doug Hartley 1015 N. College 521-6700 . 442-6446 Bill Lazenby ..... 521-5833 Les Davis 521-4448 BY OWNER: Income property, 17 apart- 1 , 3 years oU, good locaUon. Priced reasonably. Good Phone 443-3M6. financing available Bob Yanccy Bill Yancey P. O. Box 281 Hwy. 62 Downtown next to Dillons Thriftway Pialrle Grove Atk. 72753 6ft ACRES -- Ideal for home In the country, 3 bedroom, all electric home is carpeted -- Large bath, Approx. 1 year old, good deep well with lots ol water, acreage 3s open and has at one lime been in cultivation, 3 ,'t mile from blacktop .2',2 mile from town; quick drive tti Fayeltcvllle. Total price -- $25,000. Terms can be arranged or assume low interest loan. 3 ACRES, Prairie Grove school district, 3 miles from town, 1 from blacktop, 3 bedroom, 1 Ijath home, new well, deep lots of water, new carpet, good condition, total price 915,900. Owner will finance to qualified buyers. 30 ACRES approximately 20 cleared fenced around most, Rood spring fed pond hard to find any small acreages of this type at any price now; but this one priced to sell ?11,13 0.00. IN Prairie Grove on nice level lot, 3 bedrooms, with den. carpeted, large patio, chain link fence all around, many extra nice features, §22,500.00 total 'price, good terms can be arranged. legal Notices "AkWfLSOM TOLD Me TO SK££Q4VDLE. HOW tXWTO THAT? 4 BY OWNER 150 Acres, wooded, five miles soulhwesl of Lake Wcdington. Waterfall, much virgin Umber, West, view Rame. Phone 442-W28 ailer 5:00 p.m. beautiful cliffs on East Ideal building sites, much 129 ACRES Excellent location, newly constructed nf. electric 4 hed home Him. 110 acres tl running spring In brick veneer home, h full basement anc Inhle has all year Colcbrd, Oklahoma Tolal price $150,030; 50% down, Call W8-326-J288. NKW home lor sale al btiiltiers cost Three bedroom, 21i bath, ull brick on large [ot, fireplace, double garaze that's Insulated and paneled, many extras Approved value $36,500, Builders cos ?32,500. Open house 1 to 5 p-m. Sunday list 0 vercrest. Fa ye t (cvtllc, or cal Rogers, Ark., 636-7974 for an appointment. Call by 9:00 a.m. En morning or 6:00 p.m. In evening. Will help finance quail lied party. NOTICE IN THE PROBATE COURT OF WASHINGTON COUNTY, ARKANSAS No. 71-161 IN THE MATTEIl OF THE ESTATE )F ETHEL B. SMITH, deceased Lnsl known address of decedent: 1141 Columbus Drive, FaycUevUIc, Arkansas Data of death: July 25, 1971 An instrument dated November 10, 1973, wns on Iha 2 Kit day (if August, 1974, admitted to probate os the Insl wJLl ot the above named decedent, and IHa undersigned lias been appointed executor thereunder. A contest of thn pro- bale of the will can bo effected only by fillnK a petition within the time provided by law.. All persons having claims against the esttite must exhibit them, duly verified, \o the undersigned within six months from the date ot the Eirst publication of this notice, or they shall be forever barret! nnd precluded trom nuy benefit in the estate. This notice first published 7 day ot Sept-, 1974. First National Bank ot Fkyetleville c-o Murphy, Carlisle Taylor 118 West Center Fayetteville, Arkansas 72701 2lc 7, 14 Jury Rules In Sinatra Related Altercation LOS ANGELES (AP) -- A federal court jury returned a verdict in favor of Frank Sinatra, but awarded plaintiff Frank Weinstock $101,000 in a judgment against a pal of the singer Friday night. A jury of three men and three women deliberated six hours before finding Sinatra blameless in an altercation be. tween natra Weinstock and two Si- friends at a Palm Springs, Calif., cocktail lounge a s t year. . ' , ' . . ' . Weinstock had: sued Sinatra, restauranleur Jiily Ilizzo and Jerome Arvenitas for $ ion. The jury voted in favor of Ar- venitas and Sinatra but awarded Weinslock $100,000 in punitive damages and $1,000 in actual damages against Rizzo. Weinstock, a Salt - Lake City nsurance man, claimed he was eaten by restaurateur Rizzo and Arvenitas on orders of Sinatra. The alleged beating in the men's room of the Trinidad Ho- EVERYBODY reads tll» TTME3 VDSL You al»t LV ."f. WOMAN'S WORLD TOPS to own now -- fashion's new twin sweater set! INSTANT CROCHET! Cover up with the cardigan -- bare your arms in the sleeveless pullover. Use worsted for easy openwork pattern stitch. Pat ,, 939: Misses' Sizes 10-20 incl. 75 CENTS each pattern -add 25 cents each pattern for first-class mail and specia handling. Send to Laura Wheeler, Northwest Arkansas / TIMES, 450, Necdlecraft Dept. ' Box .161, Old Chelsea Station New York, N.Y. 10011. Prin Pattern Number, Name, Ad dress, Zip. The source of inspiration -- ou new 1975 Needlecraft Catalog 180 designs, 3 pr ; Send 75 cents now. '.New! Nifty Fifty Quills ...$1.0{ New! Ripple Crochet $1.0 Sew plus Knit Book .......$1.2! Needlepoint Book .$1.0 Flower Crochet $1.00 Hairpin Crochet Book $1.00 Instant Crochet Book ..--..$1.00 Instant Money Book $1.00 Instant Macrame Book --$1.00 Complete Gift Book $1.00 Complete-Afghans No. 14 ..$1.00 12 Prizie Afghans No. 12 50 cents Book of 16 Quilts No. 1 50 cents Museum Quilt Book No. 2 --50 cents . . . 7S QuilU for Today No. 3 50 A Convenient Sewing and hopping Guide for Today's Gal on the Go. 'PRINTED PATTERN NOTICE IN THE PROBATE COURT OF WASHINGTON COUNTY. ARKANSAS NO. P74-171 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Illssle' Lois Potter, deceased Last known address ol decedent: Cljfllon. Iowa Date or death: May 2, 1974 An instrument dated February 19, 1971. wns on the 4th dny ol September, 1974. admitted to probate aa the last of the above named decedent, and tfio undersigned has been appointed execulur (or administrator with will annexed] thereunder. A contest of the probate o] the will can be effected only by filing a petition within the time provided by law. All persons having claims against (he estate must exhibit them, duly verified to the undersigned within six months from the dale of the first publication of this noice, or they shall be forever burred nnd precluded from any nenefi In the estate. This notice first published 7th das of September. 1974 Esvart Potter C-0 THURMAN EVERETT P.O. Box A Prairie Grove, Arkansas ,cl at Palm Springs 1973. Weinstock said May 5, the in State Won! Buy Faubus Home HUNTSVILLE, Ark. (AP) 'ormer Gov. Orval E. Faubu aid Friday that state official ejected his contact last sprin .bout the possibility of th tate buying his Huntsvill lome. Faubus said he thought th Dffcr was rejected because h md just entered the race fo he Democratic gubernatoria nomination. He lost the race t David Pryor of Little Rock. The ex-governor said, h vanted to sell the house so th state couid use it and a partia y . constructed library to dis jlay papers from the six-terrr ·"aubus administration, in eluding a book he has written. He said he had no plan to n open talks with the state on th matter. Asked if the cost of keepin up the house was a factor in h decision to consider selling Faubus said, "No, I just wan ed to'move to a smaller nous and I wanted to be aroun vhen they built the library." The library consists at th. ,ime of a foundation and con nections for utilities. y-r*»»t* ~/fi/to»f Adult Center Program Set Programs for the week of September 16-21 are announced by the Community Adult Center at Hillcrest Towers. Irene Inskeep will present slides of the Pacific Northwest Monday. Foursome bridge is planned at 7 p.m. Tuesday and Lawrence Dodgen is the guest speaker for the pot luck dinner scheduled at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday. Mrs. Ruth Henderson will lead a worship service at 3 j.m. Thursday and Henry Fromson a sirfg-along at 1:.30 p.m. Friday. Square dance instruction is set for 7 p.m. on Friday. Ballroom dancing is planned at 7:30 p.m. Saturday. Anyone 50 years of age or older is invited to attend the programs at the Center. Further information may be obtained by calling 443-3512. It's a one piece dress with a snorting look of separates! Combine solid and plaid polyester or wool knit for this casual with contrast trim. Printed Pattern 4673: Jr. Miss Sizes 7, 9, 11, 13, 15. Size 11 (oust 33YO dress top l'/4 yds. 45-inch; skirt l'/4. Send $1.00 for each pattern. Add 25 cents for each pattern for first-class mail and special handling. Send to Anne Adams, Northwest Arkansas TIMES, 438, Pattern Dept., 243 West 17th St., New York, N.Y. 10011. Print NAME, ADDRESS, ZIP, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. MORE FOR YOUR MONEY IN 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 Instant Sewing Book . .T?_.$1.00 Instant Fashion Book .'. ...$1.00 cident occurred after a dispute over alleged advances to his wife by members of Sinatra's party. Sinatra staled in two pretria depositions that be never gave orders to hit or beat Weinstock Prosecutor Stops White House Tape Release WASHINGTON (AP) -- The White House has halted the planned turnover to former President Richard M. Nixon o his tapes and records because the special prosecutor's office argued they were necessary for the continuing investigation o the Watergate conspiracy, an informed source said Friday. At a White House meeting at tended by presidential course Philip Buchen, deputy specia prosecutor Henry Ruth and Phillip Locavara, special conn sel to the special prosecutor Buchen agreed to at least a temporary delay in the turn over pending further dis cussions about the disposition of the material. Under an agreement dis closed last Sunday just hour; after President Ford pardonei his predecessor, Nixon woule retain control of access to tin material which was to b' placed under the control of thi General Services Adminis tration. The tapes and document currently are stored in a Whit House basement. ADVERTISE RKEUCi Thouunds cf homemakeH rcaf thia feature daily . , . and tb«/' wIU je« your Brunner To Head Alumni Group RUSSELLVILLE -- Arkansas Tech alumni have chosen Bill Brunner of Fayetteville as president of the Tech Alumni Association for 1975-76, alumni secretary James R. Staggs an- junces. Brunner, assistant principal of Fayetteville High School, has served the past three years on the Tech alumni board of directors. A 1956 graduate of Tech, he lettered three years ' as a fullback on the varsity football team and was a member of the track team. He is married to the former Sue Carol Price of Dover. Four other alumni were elected to three-year terms on the board. They are Robert Allison of Morrilton, Voris Johnson of Hot Springs, Mrs. Aline Strange Fuller of Springdale .and J. Frank Merritt o! Pine Bluff. Ford Flooded With Requests For Pardons Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Sat., Sept. 14, T974 rAvrmtyiLLi, ARKANSAS y THE ASSOCIATED PRESS President Ford's pardon of ichard Nixon has produced a .ream of requests [or pardons or everyone from a former cdcral judge to all inmates at (ansas State Prison. And a few judges, although ley lack the power of pardon, ave treed inmates or reduced cntencos after noting Ford's ction. "What I'm about to do is un- sual, but that seems the vogue hese days," said I.os Angeles Municipal Judge Gilbert Alston. If a man who almost wrecked ic country can be pardoned, his defendant, can be released o gel proper treatment." With that, Alston ordered re- eased from jail to the custody of his psychiatrist John Gabr- 5n, a 27-year-old Vietnam vet :ran who took three hostages al iflepoint during what was dc icribed as "combat flashback.' Before Gabron could be re eased, however, a higher cour nullified Alston's order. . .... . In New York City, U.S. Dis-1 field day." riot Court Judge Marvin E.. Frankel reduced a 30-day prison sentence to a $1,000 fine in the case of Craig E. Braun, ,vho had pleaded guilty to tax evasion. COMPARES CASES Coon Questions McLarty Endorsement LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Ken ;oon of Conway said Friday hat David Pryor of Litllo Hock nay have sold out to promoters Df proposed Amendment 57 by supporting Mack McLarty for tate Democratic chairman. Coon, the Republican nominee, and Pryor, the Democratic nominee, meet Nov. 5 in the ;cneral election contest for jovernor. Amendment 57 McLarty, Pryor's gubernalo- would remove the stale's 10 per cent limit on interest and give he legislature authority to set nlcrest rates. Coon also said that as party chairman, McLarty, a Little Rock businessman, would be able to control money of the Democratic candidates and also .he money for.Amendment 57. rial campaign treasurer, is a partner in the advertising firm promoting t h e u s u r y amendment. Some Democrats have ques lioned whether it would be ap propriate to name McLarty as party leader because of his ti with the amendment. Coon said that if Pryor remains si lent on the matter "the Usury Amendment people will have a Noting that Braun's case in- at most $22,000 in taxes, Frankel said volveU evaded 'the alleged crimes embraced }y the recent pardon may have included among the lesser lax items tax evasions to the extent of several hundreds of thousands of dollars." Rep. Silvio 0. Conte., R- Mass., introduced in Con'gress on Friday stitutional a proposed amendment that Lemley Resigns Employment Post LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- J. Merle Lemley has resigned, effective Oct. 5, as administrator of the state Employment Security Division. The office of Gov. Dale Bumpers announced the resignation Friday. Bumpers declined to say whether he had asked Lemley to resign. The two men conferred Thursday. Last month. Bumpers sent a memorandum to Lemley with instructions to follow the administration's policy on keeping state agencies on Calpitol grounds. Lemley had favored state purchase of the First National Bank Building in Little Rock for use by state agencies. Lemley, 69, said in a prepared statement that he was resigning because he wanted to return to private business. He had been in insurance, reai estate, securities and other business at Russcllville before taking the helm of the ESD Feb. 1, 1971. The statement said Bumpers had not decided on a successor. 'Early this 'month, Lemley suspended Cecil L. Malona Jr. associate administrator for unemployment insurance. The grounds were insubordination, would limit the pardon and reprieve power of the president. Under his proposal, any pardon or reprieve could be blocked by a two-thirds vole of both houses of Congress within 90 days. In Lansing, Kan., Gov. Robert B. Docking was asked by two inmates to pardon all 636 stale prison inmates "in order that justice may be served in the proper planner." A letter signed by Edward L. Robinson and Richard Lee McCarther said that "even before this man (Nixon) could be charged, he was pardoned." The letter added, "We want to make this crystal clear. We have been punished enough." Docking was out of the stati Friday and was unable to com ment. REQUEST FOR KERNER In Chicago, a spokeswoman 'or Citizens for Otto Kerne said 2,500 signatures have bee ;alhered on petilions calling fo ierner's pardon; Kerner, for mer Illinois governor and fee eral judge, was convicted i connection with race trac stock dealings and is serving ;hree-year prison term in Lex ington, Ky. In Missoula, Mont., Berni Morning Gun, who says h heads the local chapter of th American Indian Movemen says petitions are being circu laled asking Ford lo grant am nesly to AIM members charge in conneclion wilh the 197 takeover of Wounded Knee, S.p "What's good enough for Nix on should be good enough fo me." Robert Miranda tol Common Pleas Judge Geoi'g Buchwalter of Trumbull Couni in Warren, Ohio, on Friday. M randa, 20, was given thre years' probalion on a drug coi viction. Joseph Mack, 28. also nole Ihe presidential pardon an an armed robbery charg against him. "How this powe is exercised is an execuliv queslion left to presidents an governors," answered Naruk. Mrs. Petty Raps Mills For Contributions LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Judy etly of Little Rock said again riday t h a t Rep. Wilbur D. ills, D-Ark., has refused to ccount for allegedly illegal intribulions to his 1972 presi- enlial campaign. Mrs. Petty, the Republican ominee for the 2nd District ongressional position held by tills, also said the congress- ian has defied the call to give estimony on the matter. "No man is above the law, ot even Wilbur Mills," said Irs. Petty. She said the Senate Water- ate Committee asked Mills to i v e testimony to committee t a f f members about the contri- ulions, but Mills declined. Mills said he would talk to enators about the matter, but e said he would not appear be- ore committee staff members. Mrs. Petty quoted Mills - as aying that he wouldn't talk to he committee staff members lecause in the past they had 'leaked everything everybody aid within 24 hours of the time hey said it." Mrs. Petty said that remark mplied that Mills "had some- hing to hide." She said that in a second let- er from the Senate Watergate. Committee, chairman Sam Erin, D-N.C., told Mills that a committee member would meet vith him. But Mrs. Petty said Hills still has not met with any committee member. Wilson Convicted Of Murder Charge SHERIDAN, Ark. A P ) -Travis Wilson, 19, of Redfield was found guilty Friday on a charge of first-degree murder in the slabbing death of Jewel Dean McKown, 19, of Sheridan. A sentence of life imprison- fent was recommended by the jury of 11 men and one woman. The jury deliberated about 1'A hours. Miss McKown's partially clothed body was found July 5 outside her mobile home . near Sheridan. Police said her throat had been slashed and her body stabbed 37 times. greatest Over the years, more and more individuals have discovered one-of the greatest little peddlers of them all ... the TIMES Want Ads! You'll be amazed how these small, low-cost ads can reach out and sell most any item you may have for sale .. . and do it fast! The next time you run across some article around the house you no longer need, pick up the phone and place a TIMES Want Ad ... we'll peddle your wares all over town! 38ortf)toes;t CLASSIFIED ADS PHONE 442-6242

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