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47-Renl Estais-For Sato 47-Reel Esfate-For Sals SUBURBAN REAL ESTATE REALTOB Pam Brown ' 412-8877 Broker Ror. Sherwood 443-2050 Hwy. 45 E. Deborah cowan 521-7055 COME SEE THIS HOUSE Tills new 3 bedroom homo i, com plctely cnrpclcd and has a living Â·room w l h arched fireplace [or- mal dining room, in baths and central nlr nml heat, the kllchpr, to equipped with dlshwaVhcr, rnnge" disposal, ami solid Ash cabinets this quality homo Is on a % acre to Ksm ' :Rct:nl| J' "luced CLOSE TO FACTORIES Do you need a lovely homo in a good area of 7-1 South, close to your work? Do you want a living room and dining area with a fireplace and cathedral ceiling? We Uh* a ., 3 ,,. bG!r Â°orn, 2 i.ath homo with nil Ihesc qualities. See this sharp housa Tor ?27,500. $T,000 DOWN JS-i, 01 !?? 1 ' i m " i;s otf 16 Wcst SS.oOO. All you need is 51,000 down terms on the remaining amount, 50 ACRES Where can you find 50 acres of heatuUul property adjoining the White Rtver for !30,000 and terms available! Call uo for more inlor- FOUR acres on highway, Goot water clo.w* In Lincoln. Two bedroom mobll home, lale model, $7,050, Would scl separately. Phone 1S-3351. SMALL BUSINESS, Hobby Income. If your Interested In Ceramics hero Is a great opportunity for you to enjoy youi- hobby nnd make fiomt! money. This ceramic shop Is now ctolntf business but owner must sell, A complete shop with two Kiln* -- Two Pouring Tnules -- 700 Mold* -- and everything else you need for n going business including the coke machine. For complete details call 4-12-^391. 2 ACRES PLUS Close In North Central location, zoned IM. A lot of possibilities with this land that has all utilities and paved itrcct frontage. Only 87,500,00. THE F U T U R E IS NOW . Half acre on N. Garland next to the North Street extension corner lot with 20 It. alley. A hoi spot when extension Is completed. Mora land available. DUPLEX--CITY PARK The best location for a home and income. Each Bide has 2 bedrooms, tile hath, comblna- tion living dining room, kitchen utility room, All briek and only J37.250.00. KINCAID COMPANY 100 ACRES X Acres -- Approx 60 open In rnss -- Old House -- CJooil Barn -- c a u l l f u l year nround spring-fed rcnm. This is 1 dream place. 20.00 per acre. or Poultry--Dairy--Cattle farms -- Cnll us: REALTOR 333 North College 442-T391 George W. Lewis Mika n. Watson Hugh KIncald Margaret Huntley 442-4753 442-5711 521-603-i 521-1340 BY owner: 'fliree bedroom, IVi bath frame house central heat and air, large fenced yndr, nice neighborhood, some furniture available, J20.500. Phone 521 3050 after 5:00 p.m. IT'S BACK , SCHOOL 1 TIME That means more trips in the family car! And with lots of kids to haul around, you'll need a roomier, more dependable car. Let us show you our large seleection of value-rated used cars today. 1973 OLDSMOBILE NINETY EIGHT LUXURY SEDAN A beautiful midnight blue with black vinyl top and matching blue interior. Factory air conditioning, power steering, power front disc brakes, power windows, divided front seat with 6-way power, tiltWtelescoping steering wheel, AM/FM stereo radio and whirewall tires. This is a very clean local one owner car for only...... ....$4995 1972 .OLDSMOBILE NINETY EIGHT LUXURY SEDAN This car ij in showroom condition. Beautiful bamboo finish with beige vinyl top and matching interior.Factory air con ditioning, power steering, power front disc brakes, power windows, divided front seat with 6-way power, tilt'n' telescoping steering wheel, AM/FM stereo radio and whitswall tires '. $3895 1971 FORD THUNDERBIRD 4-DOOR SEDAN Factory air conditioning, power steering, power front disc brakes, power windows, power seat, tilt steering wheel AM/FM stereo radio, vinyl top and a brand new set of whitewall tires $2995 1970 OLDSMOBILE CUTLASS SUP;REME 2-DOOR HARDTOP Factory air conditioning, power steering and brakes, turbo hydramatic transmission, bucket seats, factory stereo tape player, radio, simulated wire wheels and whitewall tires A beautiful burgundy car with white vinyl top and matching vinyl interior. See it today for only $2195 1972 FORD PINTO 2-DOOR RUNABOUT If you're looking for a good economy car, but need an automatic transmission see this one. 4-cylinder engine radio, whitewall tires and chromewheel discs. A very clean little car for only... $2195 1970 FORD MAVERICK 2-DOOR COUPE If you need a real good economy car, but don't want to 'spend a lot of money, see this one nowl A very clean rec beauty with a 200 C.I. a-cyllnder engine with a standard transmission $1495 1970 CHRYSLER NEW YORKER 4-DOOR SEDAN Thermostatic air conditioning, power steering, power fton disc brakes, power windows, 6-way power seat, tilt'n'tele scoping steering wheel, radio, rear window defogger anc whitewall tires. A clean local one owner for only $1995 1969 OLDSMOBILE DELTA SS 2-DOOR HARDTOP Yellow with a black vinyl top and white vinyl interior Factory air conditioning, power steering and brakes, turbo hydramatic transmission, radio and whitewall tires. Lots o good transportation for only $1295 1969 MERCURY MARQUIS 4-DOOR SEDAN This is a local one owner car with 49,000 actual miles factory air conditioning, power steering and brakes, radio vinyl top and whitewall tires. Very clean for its model WHITFIELD'S PRICE PICK-UPS 1973 FORD XLT RANGER 1 /4-TON PICKUP 360 C.I. V8 engine with automatic transmission, powe steering, radio, gauges, whitewall fires, chrome wheel discs two-tone paint and heavy duty rear bumper. A very clean truck for only $3295 1972 CHEVROLET CHEYENNE '/4-TON PICKUP This is a solid black beauty with all the chrome. Factor) air conditioning, power steering, power front disc brakes turbohydramatic transmission, radio and whitewall tires It won't last long at only $279 1972 GMC CUSTOM %-TON PICKUP Factory air conditioning, power steering, power front dis brakes, 454 C.I. engine, 4-speed transmission, radio, heav duty rear bumper and long narrow bed. If you're looking for a truck to do some heavy work with, see this one today It has the heaviest options available on the suspension system. WHITFIELD'S PRICE $279 WHITFIELD MOTOR CO. OLDSMOBILE--GMC U-16 NORTH EAST AVE. - 521-7282 7-Real EÂ»tatÂ«-For Sale 47--Root Estate--For Salo 7U Nortl EAUOR . 52T-7215 We Pracllce The Golden Hule Her Hours: us Ostmeyer 143-211 'op soil hauler.! -- 7.75A river hot Â°'n only 1 miles out and jus 1 ff blacktop. Only $5.000. ' .38 Acres, excellent Bite for mo- lie homes. Fay. phone and S.D ermanent spring. Only $2,500. Ed Torbeff Land Brokers 443-4541 or 521-2855 OWNER: Nice 2 bedroom hous Â·ith garaae. Excellent location In North ast Fayelteville. hone 751-3287. No realtors please 'X OWNER: Income property, 17 apart ient5, 3 years old, good location. Priced easonab'y. Good hone 4IJ-351G. available 47--Real Es1atÂ»--For Sale-- SAtE DAYSI Owner moved. Priced to noil .3 icdrooms, 1 bath, kllchcn, break- nst tor. dinlna area, living room, nmlly room, nil carpeted except or bath. Approx. 1,300 B. f. 8x12 storage b u l l d l n a garden, shade trees. Ixl 05x150. Only $10.900. Imm e d i a t e poMcaslon. For appointment call Forrest Osljurn. IN RED A R R O W ADDITION 3 bedroom brick and frame. Hi mithi, carpeted living room, central neat, carport. $10,000. or equity on assume 7% Interest loan. For niorL I n f o r m a t i o n and appointment call Forrest Ojburn at 442-129-1 or even- 'ngs and weekends at 521-2291. THE SULLIVAN AGENCY REALTOR 434 N. College 129 ACRES Excellent location, newly constructed at Icetrlc 4 bedroom brick veneer home One older homÂ« with full basement ant hum. 110 acres tillable has all yeai running spring In Colcbrd, Oklahoma Total price 1150,000; 50% down, terras Cali 918-336-3283. NE\V homo for sale nl builders cos! Three bedroom, 2V4 bath, nil brick on large lot, fireplace, double garaae that's Insulated .and pa noted, many extras Approved value 836,500. Builders cos $32,500. Open house 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday 1153 Orercrcst, rayelleville, or cal Hoffexf, Ark., 636-7974 for an appointment Call by 9:00 a.m. In morning or 6:0(1 p.m. In evening. Will help finance ii /led parly. NEW 3 bedroom 1W bath, carpeted on Lako Sequoyah Road near Baldwin tola price 518,900, $1,500 down payment, ?15( month. Call Don Dinglcdlne 521-313 6:00 or 412-8153 after'6:00, T\VO lots, 10x50 mobile home, centra heat. 2^ miles from Silo-am Spring nenr fishfne lake. Call HAVE WE GOT SOMETHING TO SHOW! 80 ACRES fenced. 20 open, well, pond, barn, corralE, chute, 2 equipment broiler lou.scs nil hook-ups for mobile lomo or house. One mile highway ',4 mtlo country road. PrJco $29,000, $17,000 tlown, balance owner (in- nnced. WrltÂ« box US, West Fork, '.eg a I Notlcei BY OWNER Four bedroom, fcaUi homo in Rod School Jllstrlfi. Large, lot, sunken Uvlnirroom, _ ,, room, den, lartfo master bedroom wllh well iandscapcd formal dlnlng- cathedral celling. aws. 10 agÂ«nlr. $51,900. 521- PRAIRIE GROVE Two now three bedroom brick homes, two car garages, dishwasher, disposal, central heat air, close to school, open daily, see on Angus Drive or call Carl Reeves, builder 443-2773. Addition (o tho City of FayeUovllle, Arkansas, and Ino North boundary line of Lrrls Three (.1), Ten (10) and Eleven (11) Him* Two (2), Mitchell's Addition lo thB City or Fflyelteville. Arkansas. satd alleyway being mor* particularly rlcscrl1x?l as follows: HoglnnlnÂ« at tha Northeast Corner ol EQ|| Lot Thrcs (3), Illock Two (2) Â»nd r u n n i n g Inen West 2Â£9 feet more or less lo the right of way of Hie Frisco Railroad, thence n a Northwesterly direction, ftlonn said Â·asl Kail cdjta nf said: rlÂ«ht of way ipproximnlcly 10.1 feel more or less o tho Southwest corner ol Lot Nino 9) Block Two ( 2 ) , Ihenco Ka*t approil- malely three hundred (300) feel more Or less lo the West rlfchi o[ way line t C r c K g Sirect, Ihctico South fifteen (15) feet to tho point ot beginning. Said petition la now on file In the City Clerk's OIllcc nnd Is open for puWIc Inspection. A hearing for sahl petition will he liclrl October 1, 1974 by the Kay- ettcvlllo City Board of Directors in the Director's Hoom of tho City Adminfslra. lion B u J t d l n g at 7:30 P.M. DARLENE WESTDROOK City Clerk Northw-Ht Arkantas TIMES, Friday. Sept. 20, 1974 FAVITTEVILLK. ARKANSAS FISHING AT BACK DOOR 5 Acres. 5 miles out 16 West. 2 Bedrooms, fireplace, new home ?19,300. Will consider trade. Phone 442-8953. 2Tc 27 HOME LAND BY OWNER Secluded home and 6 acres In Mountain Woodland 3 miles from University, near Hwy. 62 West Open contemporary design by architect, western cedar construction, 4 bedrooms. Z baths, screen Sorch, slone fireplace, riuarter ascment, kennels. Includes drapes, couch, table, dishwasher refrigerator, stove, many bulltSnn, house and B acres. Call 443-2128 after 6:00. FOUR bedroom, three bath, formal livineroom, woodburning fireplace, fen cod-in Drive, backyard, Crestwood NOTICE IN THE PROBATK COURT OF WASHINGTON COUNTY. ARKANSAS In the matter of the estate of MANDY WATSON, deceased No. PYM85 Last known address of decedent: Springdale, Arkansas Date ol death: August 5, 1971 An Instrument dated Mr-y 23. 1 Was on the 17th day of September, 1974, admitted to probate as tho last will ol Ihe nnove named decedent, and the undersigned ha* been appointed executrix thereunder. A contest ol the proha1Â« of tho wilt can bo effected only by filing a petition \ s i l h l n (he t i m e provided by law. All persons having claims against the estate must exhibit them, duly verified to the undersigned wilhln six month: from the date of the first pub'Icallor ot this notice, or they shall be forevei barred and precluded from any bcncfli In the estate. This notice first published 20th day of September, 171. NORA BARKER (Executrix) BT Richard Hipp ol NIBLOCK. HIPP nnd ODOM P.O. Drawer SIS, Fayetlevjlle. AS, 27ta 20, 27 THREE bedroom, two bath kitchen range, dishwasher, central heat and air, 21i acres, price reduced, owner will finance at 8^% interest. THHEE bedroom older house, located on one acre. $11,000. HAVE two acre lots designated for trailer, in Wcdington Woods. REAL ESTATE //e're having Open House so you can see this Dream louse located qt 1880 Winwood, sporting four bedrooms, wo full baths, lots more extras including a setting with eesl We'll be there to show it Saturday and Sunday, 2:00 to 6:00 p.m. Come see for yourself how nice it really isl 2243 N. College 521-1180 PART.WENT HOUSE for sale. SG50 per month net, S65,OM, linaneing. Phone 521120. GOTTA MINUTE ' Let ma tell you about this spa- iious (2100 a. f.) nearly new (onn Â·ear old), 3 bedroom home. Large amily room with f/p, Formal Â»lving Dining rooms, Darling kitchen with extra large dining rea. Plenty oÂ£ wall paper and oads of extras including self-clean- ng oven, large additional double ftarage storage area and large irivate covered porch in rear. This pacious b/v home is something pecial and located on Stantoi\ Drive in ButlerÂ£ield School Dial. Price $46,500 with Excellent 7'/z% can assumption. Calj today for rouble free appointment. WOMAN'S WORLD 734 WUfi* A Convenient Sewing and Shopping Guide for Today's Gal on the Go, PRINTED PATTERN Have fun with the family making candy-sluffer trims! j New! Fabulous felt hangings lave candy-sluffcr pockets. hoose vivid colors for balls, ell, angel, gingerbread boy, irl, bird, slocking. Pattern 734: .ransfer 12 trims. 75 Cents each pattern--add 25 cents each pattern for first-class mail and special handling. Send to Laura Wheeler Northwest Arkansas TIMES, 450 \ ; eedlecraft Dept,, Box 161, Old Chelsea Station, New York, N. Y. 10011. Print Pattern Number, Slame, Address, Zip. The source of inspiration--our new 1975 Needlecraft Catalog! 180 de- ,igns, 3 printed inside. Send 75 cents now. New! Nifty Fifty Quilts $1.00 New! Ripple Chrochet $1.00 Sew and Knit Book .. ..$1.25 Needlepoint Book ......$!.00 Jumper effect is new now! P r i n t e d Pattern 4597: Women's. Sizes are 34 (38-inch Dust with 40-inch hip); 36 (40 bust, 42 hip); 38 HIP(: Flower Crochet $1.00 Hairpin Crochet Book .. $1.00 Instant Crochet Book $1.00 Instant Money Book .....$1.00 Instant Macranie Book ..$1.00 Complete Gift Book $1.00 Complete Afghans No. 14 $1.00 12 Prize Afghans No. 12 .. .50 cents Book of 16 Quills No. 1 50 cents Museum Quilt Book No. 2 ..50 cents 15 Quilts lor Today No. 3 ..50 cents Book of 16 J i f f y Rugs 50 cenls BUST (42 bust, 4 , h i p ) ; 40 (44 bust, 46 hip); 42 (46 bust, 48 hip); 44 (48 bust 50 hip); 46 (50 bust, 52 hip); 43 (52 bust, 54 hip). Send $1.00 for each pattern Add 25 cents for each pattern r or first-class mail and specia handling. Send to Anne Adam? Northwest Arkansas Times, 431 Pattern Dept., 243 West 17th St. New York, N. Y. 10011. Prin NAME, ADDRESS. ZIP, SIZF and STYLE NUMBER MORE FOR YOUR MONEY in NEW FALL-WINTER P A T T E R N CATALOG! 100 best school career, casual, city fashions Free pattern coupon. Send 7; ecpts. Sew and Knit Book-- has basic tissue pattern ... ......... $1.2 Instant Sewing Book ....$1.0 Inslant Fashion Book ...$1.0 ADVERTISE HERE! Thousands of homemakÂ«n read thl.i faaturc dally .. . and will ieÂ« your REALTOR Wter hours call: jail Brown lenry shrevc Hwy. 112 N. Fayetteville 442-9100 442-5 KH T5 DENNIS THE MENACE By Ketcham NOTICE IN THE PROBATE COURT OF WASHINGTON COUNTy, ARKANSAS In the matter of the estate ol LENA IJ. LANGFORD. deceased No. P7M87 Last knoivn address of decedent: 135 N. Mission, Ffljettevllle, Arkansas 72701 Date or death: August IBth. 1974 An Ins'.tumenl dated Jartuarv 26th, 1973. was on the 17lh day of September, 1971, admitted to probate S3 the last u i l l or the above named decedent, and tho undersigned has been appointed executor there under. A contest or the probate ol the will can be effected only by f i l i n g a petition within the time provided by law. All persons having claims against the estate must exhibit them, duly verified, to the undersigned wilhin six months from Ihe date of tha first publication of this notice, or t h e y shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefit In the estate- Tills notke rirst published Â· 20th day of September, 1974. . Richard Hipp 'MY FATHER WSA STERN- 'ftl! SHOUU) H/^ESKMHW LOOKING AWN, DENNIS.* SMIlf ATTHE WEODiNG.* , P.O. Drawer i ZCc 20, 27 (Eseculnr) FayetlcvlLIe. AR 72701 NOTICE PROBATE COURT OF WASOTNGTON COUNTY, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF N I N A K. TR1BLES, DECEASED NO Â«-176 Last known address of decedent: City .trie Center. 221 Fayelleville, Arkansas; Apartments, Apartment Prospect, FaycLtevlile, Arkansas; also P.O. Box M52, FnyeHcviHe. Arkansas. Daic of Dealli: August 27, 1974. An instrument dated February 32, 1968, was on Uie Bill day of 'September, 1974, admitted lo probate as Ihe Jast will of Iho above named decedent, and Ihe mderslgncd has been appointed executor hereunder. A contest of the probate of the will can be el/ccted only by filing a pel [lion wjthfn tha time provided by aw. All persons having claims ngainst the estate must exhibit them, duly vcrifierf to the undersigned within six month. from the data of the first publication this notice, or they shall be To: 3535 N. College "Developers of Hyland Park" 24'/ 2 ACRES ?olished, complete broiler setup 50,000) all auto -- with ex. 3 Bdr carpeted, home -- 2 car gnra^c -new metal barn" -- city water -- iat. gas -- 2 ponds -- ex. year round, fenced pasture. Near P. rove -- ' 29% down. 20 ACRES near Lincoln. Roads on. 3 sides -city water -- nat. gas -- huge stocked pond -- ex. barn and very nice 2 sEory house with Hi baths -- carpeted -- fireplace. 29% down. 15 ACRES FENCED 3 ond. -- near HI. Chapel -- Green- find School -- new metal barn -200' well. With or without a new 2 Bdr. Tr. (never lived in). Terms, 215 S. BLOCK AVE. Excellent clean properly Vz block rom Penny's. 2 Bdr all carpeted-- jlassed-in perch in rear (3rd Brir). Basement -- patio -- sep. gnrage -ex. for retirement. On 50x150 lot. S15.QOO total. THE OSBURN BROKERS HIWAY 62 WEST "HONE 443-4466 .egat Notices South School, also 0-8 Parkview West barred and precluded In the estate. Irom any beneft This notice frst published 20lb day of September, 1674. Â· Â· Â· The First National Bank of FayeltevHle FayetleviHe, Arkansas E\ecutor P.O. Bos 1287 Fayelleville, Arkansas T21D1 ORDINANCE NO. 2025 AN O B D I N "A N C E REZONING VARIOUS PROPERTIES IN THE CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE. ARKANSAS; AND AMENDING THE ZONING DISTRICT MAP OF PAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF DI RECTORS OF THE C JT Y OF FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS: Section 1. That the zone classi/icalioi of the following described property be and Is hereby changed as Indicated: (a) R74-S, (rant 1, described as follows Tart of the South half ot Section 23 T17N, R30W, more particularly describee as follows: From the NW corner ot the SE quarter of the SW qua rler of the Bbove men tioned Section 23. proceed S 487.07 feet thence E 1108.95 feet to tho point beginning. Thence . N . . SO . degrees minutes 32 seconds W 50.0 feet, thence degrees 03 minutes 40 seconds W feel, thence N ' 09 degrees 50 minutes 20 seconds W 1030.0 feet,thcnce AMPI) in the total amount of 332,000." It lists'eight separate contri-. utions made to the campaigns f former President Richard fixon, Sen. Hubert Humphrey, )-Minn.; Sen. Edmund Muskie 3-Maine. Senator Abourezk, D-S.D.; P h i l i p Hoff for J.S. Senate from Vermont, 'age Belcher for the U.S. louse from . Oklahoma and 'various Democratic party candidates for federal elective of- ice" in Iowa. The contributions vere made for campaigns -in 1968, 1969. 1970 and 1972 The AMPI suit filed late tVednesday in state district court here where AMPI is leadquartered, says Nelson vio- ated co-op rules by misappropriating the money. Nelson has pleaded^guilty to u's involvement in the contribu- ions as well as authorizing a bribe to former Treasury Secretary John B. Connally for ^onnally's help in securing a ederal milk price support hike n 1971./ As a part of the $332,000, the ,uit. also seek to recoup the .10,000 it says Nelson ear- narked for Connally. AMP! has pleaded guilty to naking illegal campaign contri- utions from corporate funds and was fined $35,000, but co-op president John E. Butterbrodt N 35 degrees minutes 40 seconds WARNING ORDER FN THE CHANCERY COURT OF WASHINGTON COUNTY, ARKANSAS Charlotte Ann Garrison Plaintiff Vs. ch 74-601 iVnrrcn Louis Garrison defendant The Defendant is warned lo appear in this Court within thirty days and rmswer the complaint ot Ihe Plaintiff in the above entitled cause. WilRC.SS my h a n d nnd seat of th[s Court (his 3rd day of Sept., 1974. Alma Kollmeyer Chancery Clerk (Seal) By Kalhleen Harness D.C. 4tc 6, 13, 20, 27 Jottcc is liereby given that Dorwfn I/, ind Marie Kilgore, Edivin R. and Caroyn Kilgore, Russell F. nnd Oma Kllgore, find Roslo Spurlock have Elled a pelWon in Uie Cily Clerk's OT(ic; such petition irays thai the Board ot Directors of .he Cily of Fayetlevillo close two alleys ocated in Ihe Parksdale Addition; the 'irst alley being twenty feet long and located north of Lot 3, Block 3, and south of lots I and 2, Block 3 in Parks- dale Addition; the second being a twenty fool alley east of lots 3, 4 and 5, B!ock 3 and West of Lot 6, Block 3, in Paries- dntc Addition- Said Petition, now on filo in the Cily Clerk's Office and cpen for public inspection, will be heard at the October 1, 1074 City Boanl ot Directors meellntr at 7:SO P.M., in the Director's Room o fUie Cily Administration Building DARLENE WESTBROOK City Clerk 2 Ic 20, 27 E 200.83 feet.lhence N SO degrees 09 minutes 40 seconds E 390.03 feel, thenci 00 degrees 36 minutes 00 seconds W 125.0 feet, Ihencc N 89 degrees 26 minulcs 00 seconds E 208.71 feel, ihenci S 00 degrees 36 minutes 00 seconds 146.13 teet, thence 5 89 degrees 26 minutes 00 seconds W 208.71 teet, ihence S 00 degrees 36 minutes 00 seconds E ]180.} feel lo (he point of b e g i n n i n g nnd containing approximately 569,456 square feet or 13.07 acres, more or less, all in the City of Fayetlevilie Washington County. Arkansas. From R-2 Medium Density'Residenta District to C-2 Thoroughfare Coinmercia District. (bj R74-3 tract 2 described ns follows Part of the South halt of Section 23 T17N, B3QW, more particularly describe* as follows: From the NW corner ot the SE quarter of the SW quarter of the above men tioned Section 23, proceed 3 -1S7.07 feel (hence E 1108.35 feet to the poinl beginning, thence N 80 degrees 4 minutes 32 seconds W 50.0 feet, Ihence S SO degrees 05 minutes 40 second W 2DO.O feel, Ihence N 09 degrees 50 minutes 20 seconds W 1030.0 feet, Ihence N Â£5 degrees 03 minutes 40 second E 200.83 feel, thence N 89 degrees 09 minules -10 seconds E 390.03 fret, thence N 00 decrees 36 rnlnules 00 second W 125.0 feet, IhPtice N 69 degrees 2 minutes 00 seconds E 208.71 feet, Ihenc N 00 degrees 36 minutes 00 second W J90.0 feet, thence -S 89 degrees 26 minutes 00 seconds W 810.0 feel, thencf S 00 degrees 36 minutes 00 second E 2031.52 feet, lhenc N 89 degrees 31 minutes -JO seconds E 601.29 feet, thence K 00 degrees 36 minutes 00 second W 513.47 feet lo the poinl ot beglnmn nd containing approximately 721,56 quare feet or lfi.57 acres, more In (he City of Fayetteville Vasfunglon County Arkansas. From R-l, Low' Densily Resiclentla District, Notice is hereby Riven that n petition haa been filed in the City Clerk's Office by pclUfoners R.T,. Â«nd Mary (/w Worn- mack; T,.D. and. Ncllin Wftgnon; and Wood and Lois Cunninshnm; said petition prays that Ihe Board of Directors of tho City ol FflycUevilla close an Alleyway between Gregg Sirect and an unnamct public road in tha City ol Fayettovllle Arkansns bcinpr more described AS follows: A fifteen foot (l.V) nllcywny lyinff ndjn cent Lots and Nine (9) of Block Two" (2) Mitoheli's lo and along tho South side of Four O). Seven (7), Eight (R . Medium Density Residentla Distrid and C-2 Thoroughfare CommÂ«r ci-dl to R-O Residential Office District. Section 2. That the official zoning n: of the City of Fayetlevilie, Arkansas be, and Is hereby, amended to tho exCe je, and Is hereby, amended to the extej and in the rcsp-cls necessary to etfeu and designale the necessary change provided in Section 1 hereof. Section 3, Thai this ordinance sha Â« in full force find effect from an after its passage, npproval and publica ion, and nil ordinances or parts o ordinances In conflict herewith are hereb, frpcalerl. ' PASSED AND APPROVED THIS 16t DAY OF JULY, 1974. RUSSELL "T! PUno Way DA7U.ENE WESTBUOOK Tin Prices Up PITTSBURGH, Pa. (AP) -National Steel Corp. has an nounccd ils fourth round o price increases this year on ti mill products, used in the man ufacture of beverage cans an other containers. AMPI Sues Former Manager To Recover Contributions SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (AP) -- \ ssociated Milk Producers, nc., which blames past man- dement for its woes, wants 332,000 from its former gener- . manager'who authorized the loney to be spent for illegal olitical contributions. AMPI, the nation's largest airy co-op, has sued Harold S. says Nelson, re- 'elson, 55. The suit .oyed as general manager in arly 1972, illegally "conspired q make and did make certain political contributions legal Â·om corporate funds of said at the time: "All of the offenses set forth . .. occurred before the change in management on Jan. 12, 1972, and none thereafter . . . There is no evidence that the membership or the directors were aware of these facts until long after their commission." The AMPI suit against Nelson also asks a judge to approve the co-op board of directors' recent action to revoke a contract with Nelson for $100,000 annually in fees until 1979. Home . (OONTTNUBD FROM PAGE 6) .hey are green but may be left m the plant until they develop a deep red color. Fresh peppers may be stored at room temperature for two or hree days but keep much long- r in the refrigerator. Sealed n plastic bags, crisp, f r e s h eppers will keep top quality in he home refrigerator for at east two weeks. FREEZING PEPPERS The 'Â· most- foolproof of all mown food preservation techni- jues must be Uie freezing of ell peppers. To freeze them y the easiest method select irm, crisp, thick-walled peppers. Cut out stem ends and remove seeds. Seal whole peppers, halves, quarter, rings, strips, or bits in glass or plastic Containers. For use in cooked foods or for stuffing, sweet peppers may be heated in joiling water before they are ' 'ozen. Heating lime for green eppers is three minutes for lalves or whole peppers and two minutes for slices. Heated pepper's are more pliable and easier to pack than those frozen without heating. To keep peppers from slicking together as they freeze, vhole peppers or pieces may be spread out on a cookie sheet for freezing. After they are frozen hard, peppers dropped into ilastic bags and returned immediately to the freezer se- larate easily for removal and 'nstant use. Frozen, whole peppers a r e money savers .for making stuffed peppers next winter. However, it's easier to stuff those that will be used within the next three months before they are frozen. To prepare stuffed peppers for freezing, double or triple a favorite recipe am bake in a large pan, shortenhij usual baking time by 10 to IS minutes. Cool cooked peppers quickly by placing them under a fan or near an air-conditioner vent. Place peppers in meal-siz ed batches in baking dishes o foil pans, dividing cookini liquid among batches, s e a each batch in a plastic bag and freeze. To serve, remov frozen, stuffed peppers from plastic bags and heat in a con ventional oven at moderal setting or in an electronic rang using the defrost cycle, consultation APME also ranis court approval of its re- usal to pay Nelson $207,761 in ension benefits. The co-op suit claims Nelson orfeited his pension benefits ecause of dishonest conduct hd voided his consultant's con- ract because he allegedly con- ealed his previous misconduct uring contract negotiations. Nessen To Be Ford's Press Secretary WASHINGTON (AP) -- Ron lessen, White House corre- pondent for NBC television news, has agreed to become ^resident Ford's press secre- ary, sources report. Announcement of Nessen's ppointment was scheduled for o d a y , formally climaxing Cord's intensive search for a uccessor to Jerald F. terHorst, vho resigned Sept. 8 to protest he pardon of Richard M. Nix- i. Contacted Thursday night at lis home, Nessen declined lo onfirm he had accepted the )ost. "I've -talked to them bout the job," he said. "Any announcement will have to ome from the White House." But two reliable sources said lessen had agreed to join Ford's staff after receiving igh-Ievel assurances he would lave full and ready access to he President and w o u l d be kept posted on policy decisions s they develop. Nessen. 40, w a s assigned to *IBC's White House staff when Â·"ord succeeded Nixon as Presi- lent on Aug. 9, He had traveled 118,000 miles vith F o r d while covering h i s ight months as Vice President, leveloping a rapport with Ford and his top aides. Nessen joined NBC in 1962, :oyering Lyndon Johnson's administration before transferring o Vietnam in 1965. There he uffered chest wounds from a grenade fragment while cov- ring the Vietnam batllefront. Julie Visits Faiher In San Clemente SAN AP) CLEMENTE, -- Julie Nixon Calif. Eisen- lower has arrived here to visit er ailing father, former Presi- lent Richard M. Nixon. Mrs. Eisenhower flew from Vashingtpn to El Tore Marine Corps Air base on Thursday light aboard a government cou- ier jet. Her husband, David Eisenhower, remained in Wash- ngton. It was the first time Mrs. Eisenhower has seen the former president since he left Washington on Aug. 9. It was not known how long she would Â·emain. Mrs. Eisenhower said earlier his week that her father would enter a hospital soon because ol a new flareup of his phlebitis. Economist Dies HONOLULU (AP) -- Wlliams Summers Johnson, 61, who served as an economic adviser to John F. Kennedy during his I960 presidential campaign, died Thursday. Johnson also was a former state economist for Hawaii, chief economist of the House Select Committee on Small Business from 1955 to 1969 and executive director of the U.S. House-Senata Joint Economic Committee.