Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on October 2, 1974 · Page 29
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S3 · Northwwt ArVantoi TIMES, Wed., Oct. 3, 1974 FAYETTKVILLK, AMKANtAS 47-Real Eslate-For Sale ^6fi%V V OF /HOMES/X^ BUTTERFIELD SCHOOL No, 1045 Three bedrooms, 1 bath, ·ingle-car garage and a nice fenced yard. Pay equity and assume payments of less ITian $150 per month. «31,SOO. Call 52L-T272 or after hours Nadine Miller 52^7473. RUN-DOWN GOLDEN GOOSE No. 1010 It docs need some interior ·work, but it will be worth it when you finish cleaning up this 3 bedroom home with a detached garage located on. two ac res insid e the City limits. 516,500. Call 521-V-272 or after hours Frances Iangham 443 3167. ALL-EIECTRIC HOME ON 2 ACRES! No. 1096 And what's more is ttia this home has 4 bedrooms and 21 47-- Real E»tale-For Sale-- Our American H e r i t a g e . . . . . .Is rooted In rural America, Be \ pnrl of It-but only 3 miles from South Gate Shopping Center. 3 bJr., frame home on 2 acres. $14,800. Katharine FIser. 521-4303. Home Is Where the Mortgage Is All the better If it's a beautiful brick/frame that will capture your heart, as well. 3 large bdr., 2 lull baths, inviting built-in kitchen. heat and air, patio. Old Wire Road PAY EQUITY ANT AS SUME LOAN. Katherlne Fiser. 521-4303. Five Btg Ones Bedrooms that Is and S baths. It's a lot of house with unique features you've never seen before. Brick, patio, 2-car garage, built-in kitchen heat and air, family room. Near University. Ken Tlllmnn. 53K69T9, UFO Unusual Financial Opportunity. $26,000 worth of house price d at (you'd never fuessl) $29,000. 3 bdr.. central heat, family room, balcony patio. Wedington Drive. Extra large lot. .Indisputable proof that UFO's really do extst. Ron Pyeatt, 5212714. 47-Real Estat*~For Sale- 129 ACRES Kxeellont location, newly conlruolrd nil electric 4 bedroom brick veneer liorne. One otticr home w i t h full basement mid foirn. 110 acres tillable, hiii nlJ year running spring In Cotconl, Oklahoma. Total price S150,tt»; 507 dovrn. terms. Call 918-336 -12S8. OWNER SAYS SELL Price Cut to 24.900 -- 4 bedroom frame on Ml. Comfort Rd. Good condition, extra deep lot fenced, AsbelL School. Stagecoach Real Estate. Phone 531-1160. White Spac* D O E S Increase Readership Of ACJ 1 I ion A r n r r baths, and the price Is only $34,500. Call 521-J7'272 or alter hours Tim Stewart 731-9326. Two Locations 3332 N. College NW Ark. Plaza 521-7272 After 6 p.m. Call Plaza Gallery at 521-7275 THRKR bedroom house and nine acres or house and Itrenty-nin* acres. Two irells, pond, barn, fenced, crosi-fenced. By owner. 6JS-9500. EVERYBODY reads th« TIMES WANT You ar«! DAY I S 1617 N. College Office 521-8660 Bryce Davia 442-8071 EVERYBODY «adj the TEKE9 WANT ADS. You art! THREE bedroom, bath and %, large den with fireplace, elose lo schools and churches. Phone 521-3320 or 442-9721. Ask lor J. B. Curlsinser. BY JAMES R. SULLIVAN, G.R.I. Scholarships Totaling $5,1 Presented To 15 UA Students Scholarships totaling $5.100 Bobby Baker of Fordyce for the mve been presented to 15 University ot Arkansas students, according to an announcement by President Dr. Charles E. Bishop. Dr. Bishop said that the Division of Greenfield, United-Greenfield TRW, Inc., of fall semester from the Fordyce Scholarship Association, Lloyd Anthony, chairman. --A grant of $250 from the Arkansas Association of the Fit- .uvc Farmers of America to William Paddock of Hartford, In Madison County near Pinnacle Fronts on County Boad. Priced a only $160.00 per acre ($57.000.00) Owner win give excellent terms. CAU, HEINEY REALTY CO. Hwy 16 East 442-9236 BY OW3TBR: Nice 2 bedroom house with garngp, Flxecllent location la Northeast FnyetteviUe. No realtors please. Phone BY BUTURR -- New 3 bedroom, bath, fireplace, dishwasher, nlr conditioner. 2 car garage with remote control door, near Asbeli school. 442-SSr. legal Notice;, Maine, had presented a grant of 5750 to M a r y ' A n n Boyd of Fayetteville, one for $550 to Jeanettet K. Shipley of Bentonville. and one for $500 to Mary E.I Matthews of Fayetteville. Other financial assistance acknowledged by Dr. Bishop included: --A scholarship ot $500 to John William McDermott of Little Rock and one for $250 to Rosanna Lynn Lewis of Fayetteville, both f r o m - t h e SH Foundation, Inc., ot New York, N.Y. --A contribution of $600 from the Gulf Oil Foundation of Pittsburgh, Pa. The gift includes a 00 scholarship to Mary G. ornor of West Helena, and a 00 supplemental grant to the niversity. The grants were a- itrded under the Gulf Dealer ··Itolarship Program. --An award of $JOO from the ptimist Club of Princeton, id., to Mark Nichols of Pine l u f f . . . , --A study grant of IOC to Charita Artkins of Frelong, Calif., from the Samuel yer High Scholol of Milpitas, ITEMIZE HOUSE TAX DEDUCTIONS One of the great financial benefits of home ownership versus rental is that you are immediately eligible to deduct e good-sired amount of money from your income tax. As o homeowner, you will generally find it to your advantage to itemize deductions rather than taking the standard deduction. This is especially true during the earlier years of home ownership. The mortgage interest and real property taxes en your personal residence, when added to other deductible items will usually be well in excess of any standard deduction you could claim. Your home payment may consist of several pars; an amount placed in escrow to pay real estate taxes and fire insurance, FHA mortgjage insurance premiums. Of these parts, only the interest and taxes are deductible -- but that will prove to be a very sizeable figure. If there is anything we can do to help you in the field of real estate, please phone or drop in THE SULLIVAN AGENCY, 434 N. College Fayetteville. Phone: 442-4294. We're here to help! IN THE CHANCERY COUHT OF WASHINGTON COUNTY, ARKANSAS WARNING ORDER Linda Ake plaintiff Vs. ch 74-79; Russell Akc, Defendant The Defendant !3 wnrncrt to appeal in this Court within thirty days atu answer the complaint of the Plaintif in Uie above entitled cause. Witness my hand and seal of this Court th[« 13 day o! Sept.. 1971. Alma Kollmcy Chancery Clori Kathleen Harness, D.c (Seal) 4TC 18, 25, Oct. 2. 9 WOMAN'S WORLD A Convenient Sewing and topping Guide for Today's Gal on the Go. Add an Americana accen with this outstanding afghan. Stars 'n' Stripes forever -crochet Afghan of 18' square in a red, white, blue schem Stars are popcorn stitch. Us worsted. Pattern 553: ea.« directions. 75 CENTS each pattern -add 25 cents each pattern f lirst-class mail and speci handling. Send to Laur Wheeler, Northwest Arkansa TIMES, 450, Needlecraft Dep Box 161, Old Chelsea Statio New York, N.Y. 10011. Pri Pattern Number, Name, A dress. Zip. The source ol inspiration -- our new 1D75 Needlecraft Catalog! 180 designs, 3 printed inside. Send 75 cents now. New! Nifty Fifty Quilts ...$1.00 New! Ripple Crochet $1.00 Sew plus Knit Book -- $1.25 Needlepoint Book $1.00 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. H ..$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 for Today No. 3 ....50 cents Book of 16 Jiffy Rugs ..50 cent! NOTICE TN THE PROBATE COURT OF WASH INGTON COUNTY. ARKANSAS IN THE MATTEK OF THE ESTATE OF Guy Willfnm Pinkerlon, deceased No P74-192 Last known address ol decedent: Pay ettevil le, Arkans as, Dale of death: September 9, 1974, The undersigned was appointed Join administrators of the estate of Ihe above named decedent on the 20th day September, 1974. All persons having claims against th estate must exhibit them, duly verified to the undersigned within six months from the date of the first publicatio of this notice, or they shall be toreve barred 'and precluded from any benef: in the estate. This notice firfct published 25 day c September, 1971. C.F. PEARSON JR Joint Administrate C-0 Pearson and Woodrul 36 E. Cenli Fayottevllle, Arkansas 7270 RALPH C. PINKERTON RUBY J, MINMIER 3Tc 25. Oct. 2 WARNING ORDER CH-74-829 IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF WASF INGTON COUNTY. ARKANSAS Federal National Mortgnge Associatfo a Corporation Organized and Bxistin Under (he laws of the United State Plaintiff Vs, James H. McDowell anrt Betty J, M DoweEI. his wife: red J. Andrusewk and Lucille H, Andrusewicz, his William Joseph Lewis and PaUsy MF Lewis, Defendant. The Defendants James R. MeDow and Betty J. McDowell, his wife: T t L Andrusewic?, and Lucille R. Andi wicz, his wife: are warned to appc this Court within thirty days answer the complaint of Ihe Plaint in the above entitled cause. Witness my hnnd and. seal of tl Court tbls 20 day of September, 1374. ALilA KOLLMEYL CHANCERY CLER BY KAYE CHAPPELL D.C. Seal) · 4Tc 25. Ool. 9 9. 16 Coon Questions Pryor's Motives ROGERS, A r k . ' ( A P ) -- Ken loon, the Republican nominee or governor, questioned on Tuesday whether his Democrat- c opponent, David Pryor, had omelhing to hide because of ""ryor's refusal to debat^ Coon. alif. --A scholarship of $250 to [or the fall semester. FINANCIAL AID --Financial aid of $250 to Larry E. Neuhart of Plainview from the Noncommissoned Ofi- cers Association of the Arkansas National Guard, with headquarters in North Little Rock. --A study award of $200 to Robert Paul Harris for the fall semester from the Education Committee of the Arkansas Chapter of the American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Airconditioning Knigneers. --A scholarship of $200 for the first semester to John D. Irwin of Little Rock from the Norton Simon, Inc., Foundation fpi Education ot Los Angeles, Calif. --A grant of $100 awarded to Darryl Taylor of Little Rock by the Mount Zion Baptist Church of Little Rock. --A scholarship award of $100 to Vicky Harris of Mountain Home from the Alpha Iota Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma Society of Mountain Home. Dr. Bishop also asknowledget .hree .other contributions to the Jniversity. He announced that tht Department of Accounting in the University's College of Bus UR Board Okays Three Resolutions SPRINGDAI.E -- Three resolutions were quickly upprovct! Tuesday nt the regular meeting of the Urban Renewal board ol ·ommissiotiers. Director of tlio Urban llcnowal Agency, Hilton L,ewis, was authorized to altenc meetings in Hot Springs and Arlington. Texas, in two of the iness Administration had re ceived an unrestricted grant o $500.from the Amoco Founda tion, Inc., of Chicago, 111. He also acknowledged a con- ].,,,.:.,,,,.. tribution of $200 from the uublucbs hree resolution. Lewis will attend ·nceting, Oct. 16-18 the at fni: Hot Aiiscarnage Drag May Be Cause Of Vaginal Cancer Sp.jngs. which is tlic rcgulai session or thG Arkansas chapter of the National Associalon of Housing and Roclevclopmenl Officials (NAHRO). Prior to that he will trave o Arlington. Tex., to attend f wo r k s h o p , sponsored bj N A f I R O and the department o Housing and Urban Develop ment, on the recently-passed Sousing and Community Development Act. The meeting, set for Oct. 10-11, will explain the law and hint at how it may be implemented, Lewis saitl. The third resolution approved the hiring of a secretary-receptionist, Donna Watson. Miss Watson replaces the former secretary who worked only for a month before. moving out of town. Lewis briefed commissioners on the status of the work on Park Street, saying lhi i street will probably be hotmixed this week. He also noted that auditors have begun work on urban renewal's books. In other business, Lewis said he is trying to find a building MONROVIA, Calif.. (AP) -In 1952, Janice Luder's mother look a drug to prevent losing Janice Ihrough a miscarriage. "I was trying to save a life," the mother recalled. Twenty-two years later, Janice had a radical operation for cancer of the vagina--the probable result of the d r u g her mother took. The drug is called diethylstil- bestro (DES) and was prescribed to perhaps millions of women between 1945 and 1971 tc prevent miscarriage. Then, after a link was estab- ished to vaginal cancer, the Food and Drirg Administration warned against the use of the liormonc during pregnancy. In Southern California, one study estimated 25,000 women were exposed to DES before birth. There have been reports of 15 vaginal cancers among them but no deaths. Two hundred cases have been reported nationwide, with .24 deaths. Cancer linked to DES has never been detected in males. Patients radiation usually thcrcapy undergo or hys suitable to the needs of Walker Brothers Machine Shop. The is scheduled for re- Coon challenged Pryor el e vis ion-radio debate to a last veek. Pryor refused because he aid his campaign schedule was ull and he didn't think he hould cancel any of his cam- that already Presser foundation of Bryn Mawr. Pa., representing the first installment of the annual $ 4 0 0 Presser Foundation Scholarship to the University Department of Music. Edward D. Anderson of Tul:a, Tkla. has contributed $200 to the Cecil Powers Scholarship Fund. This Fund was established by Cecil Powers of Tulsa. pkla., a well-known accounting firm executive and president of UofA Alumni students who Association rank only locat : n» according to urban renewal plans but is experiencing difficulty in finditig a new home. Walker Brothers is cur- rently.located on Park Street. activities vere scheduled. "We're using full disclosure," Doon said in an interview Tuesday. "We're telling where our money's coming from. He's not elling where his is coming 'rom. Does he have something :o hide? "We're speaking openly about all the issues, and we feel like we're trying to inform the pubic about our stands, but he was not willing to debate. What does he have to hide?" Coon said he thought the public needed "to hear something from David Pryor" and to know why he refused to debate. "We need to know...why he says there are no issues, why rie's not willing to tell us where tiis money is coming from and why he's not willing to tell us where the kingmakers are in this race. They're certainly not for me," Coon said. When Pryor rejected the debate challenge, .he said, "I believe the voters know my positions on the issues. I believe I should not cancel any of the campaign activities I have already scheduled. For these reasons, I do not plan to schedule .a debate. Greenland School Sets Open House GREENLAND -- An open house will be held at Greenland School at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. 'average'-' in grades hut who' The event is sponsored by the are "deserving to help." Last school's Parent Teacher Asso- yoar, four students in the Uni- ciation. All parents are invited versity received financial assis- to attend to view student work tauce through this fund. tcrectomies and vagineclomieb (lemoval of the vagina). Janice Luder might be ex peeled to blame her mother fo: he cancer. She doesn't. "There could be a chance my cancer wasn't caused by i (DES), so why put the guilt on n3' mother'.'" she asks. Her mother, Vivan MacWhir er, said until she checked he. doctor's records, she though she had taken nothing stronge than vitamins during her preg nancy. After finding out lha she had taken DES and that i might have caused her daugh's illness, Mrs. MacWhirle said she felt a stab of guilt. "But very shortly, I fell dif Ferenlly," she said. "I had hac faith in my doctor and facet with the same situation and In same knowledge, I would d the same thing today, 1 \va trying to save a life." Janice's cancer was detected and meet the teachers. during routine examination. ours. Four surgeons removed cr uterus, pelvic lymph nodes nd part of her vagina. Doctors said there Is a 95 per ent chance the cancer would ot reoccur. "The hardest thing for me to ccept through all Ibis was that 'a be sterile," she said. "To fc that outweighed the fact I ad cancer," Listening to her was her hus- iflnd, Larry, a college student. They share a home in Mon- ovia, a Los Angeles suburb, vilh Mrs. Luder's parents. "Oh, we can adopt," said Irs. Luder. "Wanting to live lutwcighcd the fact I couldn't lave children. The important hing is that my husband and I :an have a life together." She is concerned about wora- :ii who may have never heard if DES and who might develop faginal cancer, which can he juickly terminal if it goes undetected. "A|l it takes is one trip to the doctor." she said. . ."You think of cancer as. being painful or causing you to lose weight. I ell great even the day I was admitted to the hospital." Traditional Jazz Funeral Planned NEW ORLEANS, La. (AP) -A traditional jazz funeral ^ i s planned Thursday for jazz pianist Billie Gondson Pierce, widow of trumpeter Joseph "Da De" La Croix Pierce. Mrs. Pierce, whose first professional appearance was as ati accompanist for blues singer Bessie Smith, died at a hospital here Tuesday. She was 67. The Pierces played in Japan, Europe and some Iron Curtain countries with the Preservation Hall Jazz Band in the 1960s, worked in the Great Performers series at Philharmonic Hall in New York City's Lincoln Center and toured with such rock groups as the Grate- The operation took nearly six Dead and Jefferson Airplane. This quality-built home is located In South Fayetteville on 7 acres of secluded park-like, setting- 3 bedroom, 2 bath home with partial basement storage plus an unattached double brick garage with enough room for work shop. Sun-deck on two sides. Built for living at its best, $J8300. For appointment call. Newlin Rea ty Co. LAST 3 DAYS SPECIAL LL /Aontclair CLCCTRIC BLfinKCTf 839-2522 or 839-2259 WEST FORK, ARK. LIKE MAGIC, triangle seaming seems to whittle inches away from your waist. You'll love the feeling of ease, compliments you get in this dress. Printed Pattern 4678: Misses' Sizes 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 12 (bust 34) takes 154 yards 54-inch fabric. 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. Instant! Sewing Book $1.00 Instant Fashion Book $1.00 ADVERTISE HERE; Thousands of homemaken Teat this feature d«lly . . . and they' will ie« jour HOLIDAY SPECIAL This Ij the home everybody dreams or owninK sometime especially at the holiday season, with lls woodburnine; fireplaces, open stairs, and big country kitchen. New central healing system. Many fine features. For more information and appointment call Beulah Hanthornc at 4424294, or 442-2127. THE SULLIVAN AGENCY n WALK* 434 N. College - 442-4294 TWIN BED SIZE DUCT TAN j DOUBLE BED SIZE Single Controf.n-7i5,-i,-2.. I Oa STORfll UJinDOUJ KIT 88' DOUBLE BED SIZE 21.38 OIHRGCITOn OTASCO CREDIT A blend of 80% polyester and 20% acrylic. Snap fastener corners. UL approved. Choice of colors. BATHROOM HEftTCR 97 Utility HCATH CIRCULATOR 84 20,000 BTU. 5 double iize radt- ants. Chrome finish dress guard reflector. Nalural or IP gas 12,000 BTU. Three radiants. Honey beige porcelain enamel. Natural or IP gai, 10,000 B1U, White porcelain enamel. Natural or IP gal. IMEU HOT CYCLE 16" front wheel pedal oiiv Adjustable bucket seat. Racing slick tires on rear. Makes'motor noise. AS-17JB DCJK CHAIR Hot large writing surface, Three- drawer knee-hole design) pigeon holes and pen and pencil fray, new TtUlfi DIUU FREICHT WITH H.O. gauge scale model. Has big 40" x 87" Over-ond-undor frack. Coirteiwirh 6 cots. 1-CKnp power pacV Is UL approved, Southwest Corner of Square Faycllcvillc, Ark. Phone -112-7381

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