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13 . V Nortriwett Arkansas TIMES, Tun., Oct. 8, 1974 |38-Mobt« Hemfti r«r SaU T ·;· · f PAYITTIVILLE, ARKANSAS M^-Oupltxw For Rent , CT.MAN Ivo bedroom furnished duplex. :,' ftiw;nd. iVrdf quiet location on hlwny 16 ' f' Wwt, 5135 p*r monlh, adults only. Fhoni · v WT-9323. lownhouso, US baths, panoranv vWir, ovtr 1200 so;.- ft. »215 pluii uitll- lies. 521-7Z72 or atlcr 6:00 p.m, 5214IB7. 36--Houses For Rent -IN town cslalc for rent, furnished, 8 months. Call ·M2-D9S3. t IjAKCJK Bedrooms, lots of cloic-li and . linen clcwels, lite bath H'vrlih a shower, '.!. Inrje llvinaroom k dlnhfrroom, kilch with muck bar, livlnftroom and hall .'/ newly carpeted. Double car RaraKc. la yird and gar-Sen, all under chain link '.' : fence. One bl9cJt off Hwy G2 Weal. Cloie · ; lo Wtsljptlc Shopping Center. Adults v ~ preferred |1M month plus deposit. Phone ·:.- 442-7731 TWO bedroom, unfurnished house. Married couple, one child Acceptable. One Mock *outh of Jetterson School. HO. 4128533. ; . FURNISHED one herfroom house, niarriei : \ couple, rio pets, deposit raquired, clos '.'. ;h UofA. Phone 442-4367, , I NEW, two bedrooms, ceramic bath, cus ; tom cabinpls, hardwood floors, complete- '·'·:' ly nancleti central heal, wllUty room ·";·' *140. 4434060, 442-8336. T\Vb bedroom home In country- $178 Pe month, 525 deposit. Phone 521-7533 alle: 5:30 p.m. ALMOST nrw 3 bedroom, central heat carpcled quiet, J173 monlh, plus utIHIIes f30 deposit. Phone 442-S7Q3. AlAroETT new house, in Rogers, I bedroom, two balhs, tlintngroom, den fireplace, air-tronciiUorung, two car ga custom drapes included, £250 per month Phone 442-7740. 37--Mobile Homes Spaces For Rent 1?\6Q TWO bedroom, carpoied, centra heat and air coupes preferred. Phon .751-2906 after 6 p.m. Ifl74, 14x70 mobile home, fully caroled oonlral heat and sir. Brand new. \Vr. accomodate 4 or 5 students. Villa Me bile Home Park sp'ace SI, Come by o call after 6:00 p.m. 531-3547. ONE bedroom trailer, small but nice tingle person only, ai r-cond i lion, si c re tape plaxvr. $66 per. monMi, zas forn lihed 442-2421. T\VO bedroom In country, imfurnishei $100 per month, Phone, 442-5143. Two bedroom, furnished, fence, storage ?110, pas pa:rt. Walk lo campus, schools 521-2203 aller 3;30. 442-S33. 10X50 TWO bedroom, furnished, gas an water paid, no pets. Kione 367- Farmington. TWO bertroom, evpandable living room fas paid, {120 month, $50 cleanup de No pelr. Phone 442-2421, NEW mobile home for rent. Country llv Inn heLween FayeUevllle and Springdali Phone 442-KS4. 2 BEDROOM; has apjiliantvs, rest un furnished. Big, shad5- * y ard. WnnI pe manent married famllv. $100 plus depon 442-4S95. CLOSE to planl*, l*i bedrooms-, furn ;_ Ished, carpeted, central heat, $ia, RR. paid, no pets or children, married cou pies. Phone 443-S145. Mobile Home Owners SPECIAL OFFER Free Move and Set-Up Tor a limited time only, Call today SHENANDOAH VILLA MOBILE HOME PARK, HiBhway 18 By-Pass 443-4757. 2 bciiroom mobile home set up in trailer park in Sprinffdali Phone «28087. NIBLOCK'S MOBILE HOME PARK ·pa MI A Alrceca mobile horoei tor rent Good living at Good Prices We - - 1H ml. H.W. ol ITolA. Oil OOOD country living at Green Aor« nice space and shade _ frees. $39 p«_ month with utilities except eJectrfcib I-hor.a 4434628. FURNISHED mobile honKi. AJso i for tent. Wayne Hinkle Mobile Horn Piii. H»y. 16 EasL Phone 4«.2S5i VALLEY VIEW Mobile Home Park Near UofA. targe lots, patios, hea ed Awimmlng pool. 12 blocks Nort of UofA. 1840 N. Leverelt Si, " Good Home for Married Students Phone 442-4367, 38--Mobile Homes For Sale lQx-15 xroBlLE Home. 1 bednxwni, rtudy. Excellent for single student couple. Located In Ihe must economi* park in town. 425DQ. 52ieS8. 12X0 furnished 2 bedroom, 1'A bai double oven range, dishwasher, washe drye-r, CH/CA, 9'xlG' utility building. Ca 443-7101. . 1373 MOBILE HOME, extra nlct, aisun loan. Phong 381-256. ' 3S71 12X63, 2 bedroom mobile homt, . »quil-. Call 16-2051 after 6 p.m. 1968 12x45 CUSTOM BUILT one bedroo "furnished mobile home- Air co dilioned, already skirted and s up at Western Hills Park. Very clean, $2.50X).QO cash or will finance out at $48-00 per monlh In four years. Phone 442-2736. 2-Wont«d To Rant Or Lease ANT to Rc ed house In 'fiiiee Ixdroom untam- ea. Responsible parly. .Will, be moving re, October l£i .Write box M-99, e/o e TI.VKS. 5--lot* For Sal* ot relhin on the Iskt? lake sites before you buy. North ckory Hills Lnfcc Add!tton, North of ckorj- Creek Boat Dock on Hwy, xma, 1-736-2205. 5 BEDROOM B R I C K (730) On overslz* shndy tot In Oaks Manor. -Formal dining, b c a u t l T u l tile entry with open atAirvBae, 3 f u l l baths/ Joads of closets and storage, large \paii tied office, 2 cur larage. Excellent condition. Call 21-86CO for appointment. 6--Farms Acr*ag« flQUB 6 acres, city limits and ulllitlos. o for sfrow place. JSOOO/acre. 443-337$, 20. or 40 acre . Out Hwv. IS oil in LaX» Wedington area; Phone 2-5S1S. OR SA.LB by owner: Forty acrw itn- nprovod arcs, lend ont mile off blnctc- n. Prairie Grove school district, flO,- B. low down payment, 8% [titoreit- honc 8162915. REALTOR 1984 N. Cdll«gt CHOICE LOCATION (751) On Hwy 265 jusl So. ot Hwy 45. ONE ACRE 1X5T, 4 brirra 2 story. Approx. 2,650 aq. ft. Sunken living room, carpeted, draped. Owner, is Iea.viryj and otter* qutcfc possession." Listed by Jan Hen*on 521-SMK) or 521-S508. ACRK3 located Soulh of Fayeltev SBWNEW of Section 12, Township Ilange 32 West, for sale by owner, 0 per acre. Bobby 0. Taylor. Phone ' Y OWNER: 9')i acres, 4 miles West of ofA. good (ronlagt, level tnd clear. lone 412-7347. 7--Real Estate--For Sato LAFF-A-DAY 4 BEDROOM T R I - L E V E L 1752) Approx. 2,200 »d It of living area, IVt batha, carpeted draped. shady lot on Old Wire Road, Root and Woodlnnd urea, kitchen built- ins, 2 car garage. Listed by Julie Eaves 521-SoOO or 442-7262. //CODED and WONDERFUL! 5Y OWNER: 5 beautiful, wooded crss In Northeast section, sur- ounded by some of the clly'j lost prestigious homes. Lovely Jew. Only minutes from down- own. Ideal iite for your dream ome or for development. Phone 21-1077. OWNER SAYS SELL 'rice Cut to 24,900 -- 4 bedroom name on Mt. Comfort Rd. Good ondltEon, extra deep lot fenced. Aibell School. Stagecoach Real "^tate, Phone 531-1180. REAL ESTATE Hwy. 45 E. Ion Sherwood Brown Deborah Cowan 443-2050 Broker ' 442-8877 521-7055 COME SEE THIS HOUSE n his new 3 bedroom home IE com- lelely carpeted and has a living com with arched fireplace, form;il dining room, pla hat , ths. and entrat air and heat, the kitchen is equipped with dishwasher, range, ispcwal and solid Ash cabinets, his quality home Is on a 3i acre ot on 45 East, Recently reduced o J28.50CK CLOSE TO FACTORIES Do you need a lovely home in a ood area of Tl South, close to our work? Do you want a living oom and dining area with a fire- iace and cathedral celling? W« ave a 3 bedroom, 2 bath home vith all these qualities. See this harp house for $127,500. 50 ACRES Where can you find 50 acres of cautlfiU property adjoining the Vhlte River for ?30.00G and terms vailable? Call 112 for more Information. Ve have several avreagee available n the Hwy. 45 East area. ---33 1984 N. College 30 LOVELY ACRES (1551 On Hanutrlnir Creek just S mi, from city, approx. 2S open bottom, ample waterfront plus pond Nice for s m a l l cattle or horse operation. Adjoining land available Listed by Hiram Brooks, Ph. 5218500 or 443-2625. Lawsuil Planned By GOP Member On Commission I.ON01CE, A f k . (AP) - Mrs. Jalph Longbotliiiin Jr.- Uiu only "I could balance our budget if you'd like to lose about twenty pounds." incmbcr of the WASHINGTON (AP) - Sens, John L, McClellan and J. W. Kulhright, both D-Aik., agreed Both Fulbright, McClellan, Defend Wine Tax Barriers 47-Real EttQtr-For Sal* OPEN DAILY 3 NEW HOMES Mockingbird Lane (off Ovcrcrcst Drive) Ranch sniJ Split. 3 BR,. formal living room 2 baths, family room. FP large kit. all built-ins, exlra big double garage carpeted, AC. Priced low to mid M'». financing available. GINTONIO BLDG. CO. Phone 521-3373 REM.TOC 1984 N. College PRETTY WHITE BRICK (754) In Oakland Hllli. 3 bdrms 2 baths, den witil FP, central air, kitchen built-ins .drapes inel. Near new, Owner moving to country. Call Julie Eavw at S21-S500 or «2- 7262. 1985 N. College Julie Eaves Jan Hetuon Wllma Coollck Lorli StaiHon Hiram Brooks 442-7262 521-6509 821-7087 READY TO BECOME A HOMEOWNER? We have just the right home *or the young family's first! Within easy walking distance to Root Elem. School, th! is SOLD* link fencerj 1o sell at 128,500. brick has And priced _ . _ ... For an appt. to see. Call Pauline McKinney at 521-1300 or niles, 521-1540, TRANSFERRED OWNEP SAYS SELL Excellent location within walkinj distance lo Root School, 3 BR, ',, ba. home with formal LH, large den with Fp t kitchen with all .milt-ins and large lot. Priced at S34.500. For an appt, to iee, call IMMEDIATE POSSESSION md large assumahle loan. Neat ! pfHa bath home is 4"years oldj hsa CH. built-in kitchen range ind some carpeting. Convenient to Campbell's Soup and Baldwin Co. Priced mldteens, DISCOVER This beautiful setting on Mt Sequoyah. Landscaped with many varieties of shade trees. 3 BR rock veneer dwelling with two baths f t native stone fireplace. HCA, Also guest cottage. Very private In excellent area. CLOSE IN 2-slory. home In good area near school stores. 3 BA, large Hv , din- room. Kit bath. CH. Carpeted with quality shag. Basement with pvt entrance has 2 rms bath, suitable for rental or for older children. $17,500. N E A R B E A V E R I A K E 6 yr old dwelling in excellent condition. 2 levels. Floor furnace. 3 BR, shade trees. Good water. School bus goes by home- Under $18,000, BUDGET PRICED 3 BR home in excellent condition, carpeting draperies, kitchen stove included. Larga loan can be assumed or Owner will sell to veteran eligible for GI loan. Mid teens. GOT A SHOE STRING? We have just the Investment for a "shoe string" investor. Older Tiame that has been converted Into a duplex-. Upstairs furnished and bolh units stay rented. Monthly income grosses $245. And it's priued al only $23,500. For an appt, to see trail Pauline McKinney at 52L- 1300 o r ' n t f c s 521-1549. N i E A R SHOPPING and schools in Springdale, this 3 BR, l!i ba. home is worth the money at S19.500. Good assumable low 'interest loan and immediate possession. To see anytime* call 521-1300. CUSTOMIZED is the word to describe this lovely 3 BR, 2 ba. brick home in one of Fayetteville's finest areas. Custom drapes, ma C"/~\l r\ :CBS including retrlg., oLJLU '' Rr - privacy fenced **^"^ 1 ~*" r chain-link fenced back yard. Good assumable loan and Immediate possession. $37,000. For an appt, to see, call 521-1300. BUTTERFIEID SCHOOL Diat. Bnd 4 BRs make this one of the most desirable listings we have. 2! baths, custom drapes', self-cleaning oven and nice level lot are icing on the cake. $45,000. For an appt. to see, call 521-1800 or niEes; NEW CUSTOM-BUILT 4 BR 3 Ba. home with a view that has to be seen to be believed is located in Root School Dist,, and offers the best of everything. Perfect for the executive's entertainment-minded family. Priced below replacemen at 568.500. For an appt. to lee call 521-1300. .21-1300. MR. INVESTOR We have a townhquse duplex, quality custom construction with the finest materials and workmanship located Northwest Fayetteville ready fo rit» new owners to live in one side and rent the other or Just sit back and enjoy the return on your investment. Call 521-1300. LOOK at the mountains from the Urge cem«nt deck across the back of this lovely 4 BR, 3^ bath home with large formal and informal entertaining areas in the 3.000 sq. ft. of floor space, Exclusive location in the Root School nist. and an oversized Sot are included In this package. Priced below replacement at (67,900. To see anytime, call 521-1300. Nites week-ends call Nltes Weekends call: James Baker Pauline McKinney Jean Anna Sellers 521-1549 442-9084 Pauline McKinney James Baker Jean A n n a Selleri 521-1549 442-5090 4423084 BAKER 14x61 PAUKWOOD mobile home. Two bedrwim, one bath in Spanish decor. Phone 443-5485 alter 5:00 p.m. 1973 12x50 TOO bedroom, 1 lulPbath, partially lumihsed, air-conditioned, Pay 3 back payments and you can have if : - Call 442-5627. .' BEAUTIFUl* 12xSE3 two large bedrooms, good furniture, new carpet, very clean a must to see! $1,SOO cash. 445-2190. CHANDLER Trailer Convey, Inc. Local and nationwide. IOfJ approved. Pboot 39--Offk» Space, Build!ng« For Rent WAREHOUSE for rtnt or lease, 4.000 tquare ft., three room office, 1W Hor- fne, near Htjhway !6 West an* H»y. 71, tl50 per mo.ilh. Alter fi:30 p.m. 521-4829. OFFICE Space, l.00 so., fl. Hwy Tl North, ampie parking, 835 monthly. Lee Boss, FOR LEASE- COMMERCIAL PROPERTY Excellent location for medium sized retail or specialty store. Centrally located on College Ave. 3000 sq. It. Call 521-5147 OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT or LEASE DOWNTOWN MOTOR LODGE ADJACENT TO BOTH COOTT HOUSES WILL REMODEL TO SUIT TENANT. CALL 442-73J7. HIGHWAY 62 ana 71 oypajs, Westgate Shopping Center, 5,000 so;, ft. includes heat, air, carpets, two baUis and some fixtures, reasonable. Carl Collier 442-E62. 40--For Rent Or Lease TRADE WINDS nESTAURAXT for lease. Inquire at Trade Winds Motel, 71 South Sprisffdale or phone 761-5741. Rent--Miscellaneous ., SECURITY SELF-STORAGE 1 SIZE UNITS. NIGHT LIGHTING* BUSINESS OR HOUSEHOLD GOODS.-LONG-O RSHOHT TERM RENTAL r. Itth ST. FAYETTE. VILLK. ' ' Phon* 7S1-766* REALTORS 1202 N. Collese Olfice Bobbye Halbrook Sylvia Danforth Christine Blondeau G. C. Faucelte Virginia Bowers Cathy Boyd Roger Williams Richard Mayes Mary Jane Fitch Joe Backus HC5. 443-2227 Res. 442-M35 Res. 521-2004 Rea. 442-2277 Res. 442-63D5 Use. 521-69T1 Res. 521-4237 Re.1. 443-2669 BC3. 442-0033 RM. 442-6547 «MK» ASSOCIATES REALTORS 1618 N. College 521-1300 BAKER ASSOCIATES REAITORS 1618 N. Collega 521-1300 433 ACRE STOCK FARM $207 per sere, 200 acres permanent grfss with new fencing, 100 acres more can be opened, larfe quantity of saleable limber, gorgeous building sites overlooking Devil's Den Staie Park from the weat, good all weather road, three bedroom ,lwo bath, rock and log house 2 good wella, 4 ponds, live stream, building rock walls galore. Conaict J. F. GaVbard, Gab- gard Real Estate 442-5110 daye; 521-5309 nights; PARK-LIKE SETTING No. 1104 -- Hand-manicured lo planted in Bluegrass. stays green year round. Lovely all-br-ick horn lees lhart Iwo years old; has 3 bed rooms, 2 lull baths, cenlral liea and air, carpeted, custom drapes patio fenced yard* Two-car ga rage with automatic door opener Just $31.500. Assumable 8% loan Call 521-7272 or after hours Murie Howard 52I-20S3. Two Locations 2332 N. College NW Ark. Plaz 521-1272 AJter 6 p.m. Call Plaza Gallery al 521-7275 TJIR.BB bedroom house and nfne acres or house and twenty-nine acres. Two wells, pond, barn. lenced, cross-fenced. By owner, H3-S600. By Owner, House and -I acres. 16,000 capacity broiler house. (£5,000. 5 miles out on West 16. 445-4602. ITHRBB bedroom house, 1W baths, located in South Sprlngdale, J18,000, pay equity and assume 1% loan, payments of M21 per month. Phone 339-2328 after 4 COMMERCIAL Highway 62 West No. 430 -- Highway frontage, desirable location for small business, 100x140, 100x150. Reduced to $12,000, Call 521-7272 or after hours Let Boss 521-1645, 4% ACRES No. 1017 -- within 1M feet of Hwy. 71 N. Choice location (or office building or other types of commercial businesses. 525,000. Terms available. Seller will subordinate to conslruclion mortgage. Call 5217272 or after hours Lee Boss 5211645, Two Locations 2332 N. College NW Ark. PJaza 521-7272 After 6 p.m. Call Plaza Gallery at 521-7275 N'E1 sxai old, three bedroom, Iwo ful! ijattir, den, living room, eaMn-kitchen, leclr, IPTO car garage, custom drapes and shag carpet. In Eulier/ield School Dli- tricl. $39,500. By owner 521-4818 NEW home tor ja at by Uden cost. Three bedroom, 214 bath, all brick oo large lot, fireplace, douhl* garage that's Insulated and paneled, many extras Open house 1 to 5 p,m, Sunday, 1153 Overcresl, HayeElevlH«, or caU Rojicri, Ark., 636-7S74 for an appointment Call try 3:00 a.m. In morning or g;00 p.m. in evening, Will help fiiunc* Qualified party. . - , I BY owner. Large house near Post OWic», suitable (or aperlmentj or offices. Reply lo BOX N-5 o/o Northwest Arkansvu THUGS. NICK Lake front home, 2 bedrooms, total eftclrlc, 3 bath, Oonpcnnlni are*, Ption* 6364338. WE NEED A 3 or 4 Bedroom Home In or near Farmington. Call ui, we have 'FRONTIER REAL ESTATE 52.1-6700 THEIEB bedroom modern holuse, 4 years old, on 5 acres 15 mile* South of Wr*t Fork, good community. J13,OOQ cash. Tm- JUST COMPLETED BY BUILDER Wrap-around Sundeok with 8 bed room, 2 biths, CH/CA near U ot A price $261200. Phone 442-8953. BEQUETfK" PERRY ^ New 3 bedroom homej with good financing available) now ready in BUTTERFIBLD SCHOOL DISTRICT. Trades will be considered. 443-31W) -- 442-2559 .CONST. CO FOR SALE BY BUILDER New home locaicd on Lafce Fay ettevWe. Rusllc native stone, larg u n i q u e familyroom with corne fireplace. Three bedroom l\ baths. Wooded lot. Call 443-54: after 4 p.m. til 12. NKW 3 Bedroom homes located on oo nor Coleman Avenue and Cato Sprin Rd. (3 blocks West of South 71 Hwy.) W b« open Sunday allernoon between 2-4:0* Call Harrison Darta collect 524-4888. 4 p.m, , . possession, Phone 639-2132 after BY OWNER: Nice 3 bedrtora hou with garage. Excellent location In Norl cast PayfllevilTe. No realtors y'x aa Phone 751-3237. DARLING two bedroom home lar fenced yard, quiet setting, 1 h'ocfc We or UorA Cone by weekday allemoon 1440 Markham Road, or call 531-4779,' TREMENDOUS VALUES The most automobile for the money is a 1972 or '73 Cadillac. A tremendous saving when yoi buy a two year old Cadillac with low mileag for less than $5,000. See HATFIELD PONTIAC-CADILLAC For These Cars Today 220 N. College Phone 442-230 7--Real Eslare-For Sole- BUILDT1R -- Nci? 3 bedroom, 3 Ih, fireplace, dishwasher, air condllion- . 2 car garage with remole contra] oor, near Asbeli School. 4i2-8S7S, Exploration 0! Rate System Of APL Sought LITTLE ROCK (AP) - The tate Public Service Commis. on was asked by the state at- irney general's office Monday ir permission to Intervene to Kplore r a t e system aHerna- ves to those involved in the 38.6 million Arkansas Power ight Co. rate increase appli- i p k c C on nly ElocUoti Commission. said Monday she planned ,o Tile suit to stop III c names of iboul 100 Democratic candidates from being placed on the Mov. 5 general election ballot. The .commission voted 2-1 Monday to include the name on the ballot. ' Mrs. Lojigbolliam liad contended (hat none of tho Democratic candidates ' tor county, municipal and judiciii positions could bo on the ballot because the candidates had not gone through tho proper Tiling procedures. She contended that the Lonoke County Democratic Committee had failed to notify the candidates 'of the proper procedures. Joseph Dolan of England and Hugti Keller the other two members of the . commission said they would . proceed with the ballot as is, except t h a t about 50 candidates for city council and justice of the peace would not be on the' ballot. Dolan, chairman of t h e county Democratic committee and Keller said the 50 had not paid a ballot fee.' MUST FILE Stale law says all canclidialcs must file certificates of nomination "not more than 55 days and not less than 45 day before the general election." The law also says the certificates must be accompanied -by ballot receipts, from the county Monday California wine growers arc trying to eliminate competition through a bill which would- knock down price barriers on out-of-slate wlno in eight slates, including Ar- lutnsiis. McClellan told the Senate Commerce Committee that the bill would threaten a small winery in Arkansas. He also said he believed passage ot treasurer, contended Dolan thai and the Keller ballot at ion. In another filing, APL mended its prepared lesti- lony to reflect that the pro- osed increase would amount to he $38.6 million figure, rather lan $36.6 million that had been lown by ah earlier comput- tion. The higher figure used 12 months ending May 31, 974, as a test year. The lower gure used the year ending une 30, 1973, as the test basis ir measuring the dollar value f the proposed rale changes. Ally. Gen. Jim Guy Tucker, y Asst. Alty. Gen. Fred Fraw- said his office should inter- ene on behalf of the public to xplore alternative rate sys- ems "which may serve both lo nsure all consumers of reliable lectric service al reasonable rices as well as to reduce ome of the economic pressures ·resently burdening utilities uch'as APL." Tucker said his office lacked unds to provide supplemental estimony at this time, but in- ended to offer such data if it 'Ccomes appropriate and funds ermit during the hearing. The attorney general joins icse intervenors in the case: .rkansas -Consumer Research,- \ssociated Industries of Aransas, Reynolds Aluminum Co., Arkansas Community Or- anizations for Reform Now, ind the city of North Lillle Rock. The higher dollar value re- ulling frorii Ihe recompulation the proposed rate increase lad been announced earlier. The prepared testimony said, mwever, that while (his reflected a residential rate increase of 28 per cent, the effective rale vould not be that great. APL said higher fuel costs being passed along to consumers by he utility during the test year vould result in an effective increase of 10 to 15 per cent over :he higher bills. receipts were sufficient. Mrs. Longbotham argued that the certificates of nomination also :iad to be presented to comply with the law. Dolan said the secretary ot state sends one letter of validation for all stale candidates "and I'm assuming that one letter is all right for county offices." He said be had a lelter of validation for the various positions and that he believed this would take the place of each candidate's certificate of nomination. Dolan mailed letters to Democralic candidates last Thursday, telling them to pay their filing fees. Mrs. Longbotham said Dolan brought her a list of 158 Democratic candidates last Tuesday and tbat she told him that Sepl. 21 had been the deadline for tho election commission to receive certificates of nomination and filing fee receipts from the candidates. She said no Republican is seeking a'county office in Lonoke County this year. Textimony Of lexicologist Challenged 'LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- The attorneys defending Mrs. Susan M c M i l l i o n ' in a $500,000 c damage suil over the dlleget lipisuning death or her husbaiu ire challenging the udmissibil tj' of testimony by a Dallas oxicologist who analyzed sam pics of tissues taken from the iody of Dr. Steven D VlcMillion. McMillipn died, in 1971. Jack Holt Jr. and William It iVilscm Jr., roprcsonling Mrs VlcMillion, argued in a pretria tearing Monday that testimony of Dr. James Garriott, the tox icologisl,- should ho supprcssec because .be had not been ap pointed an assistant to Dr. Rod ney Carlton, the stale mcdica examiner. Act 321 of 19G9 says only the medical examiner o his "designated assistant" ca: perform an autopsy on an ex luimed body. The same contention was sus tained by Circuit Judge Willian J. Kirby and won Mrs McMillion an acquittal July 1 1073 on a first-degree murde charge. Relatives of McMillion peti tioncd Probate Court on Aug. B 1D73, seeking the appointmen of a special administrator fo McMillion's estate for the pin pose of filing the suit under th state's wrongful death statute The court appointed Philip F Dixon of Little. Rock. The tria was scheduled lo begin Mondns in the case, hut has been de laycd until Jan. 6. Circuit Court Judge Warrc E. Wood made no ruling Mm day on the motion to suppres Garriott's testimony. He re quested briefs and addiliona cilntions of previous court ru ings op tho question, uch legislation would be a confessional violation of tin mcinlmonl which grants Iho tales power lo regulate impbr- iilion of licjuors. "1 personally I)dicv3 that nactmcnt of any legislation af- ccling the rights of Ihe states cgarding the Importation of in- oxicaling liquors would be un- onslitulional," McClellan said. If approved, the measure votild pit the giant wineries of Jalifornla and New York gainst smaller ones, as in Ar- .ansas, which will "be choked o death" in the competiton, VlcClcllait .contended. He said efforts lo pass Ihe cgislation "are motivated by he greed of the large corporate vineries. ..they fear com- some instances, they mow that local wine industries vill, in time, introduce a higher quality of wine, if these local vine industries are not snuffed iut in their infancy by the Confess of the United Stales." . . . FULBRIGHT AGREES ... Fulbrlghl agreed that Califor- lia wine growers arc trying to remove all competition. Rep. B. F. Sisk, D-Calif., told .he panel that it was never the ntent of (he framcrs of the 21st Amendment c r i m i n a t i o n quors, and to permit dis- against some li- he said there lothing in the bill which would diminish state control over liquor. Sisk also said he was "not .icre carrying Hie ball for some giant corporation." He said small vineyards flourish in Ca!Tornia and added that most ot the grapes in the state are ii'own by small farmers. Jefferson Peyser of the Wine Institute of San Francisco said the bill would help protect small wineries. He added that discriminatory laws in the eight states have not helped their wineries because consumption of that wine has been decreasing. The seven other states w h i c h have higher taxes nn out ot- statc wines are Florida, Georgia, Michigan, New Mexico, North and South Carolina and Maine. Trial Under Way LITTLE HOCK (AP) -- The first degree murder (rial of Gloria Avcry, 24, of Jacksonville, who is charged with the Jan. 28 starvation clcalh of tier 17-month-old son. Is to be Nov. 7. The trial, originally scheduled for July 22. was resched- uled.Monday In Pulaski County Circuit Court-, Judge William J. Kirby had postponed ttie t r i a l by agreement of tile prosecutor's and public defender's offices. Mrs. Avcry pleaded inocent by reason of insanity March 'I, Continental Sued LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Jean I,. Harris of Little Rock filed a awsuit in U.S. District Court Monday, charging Continental Trailways, Inc., with raeial and sexual discrimination. The suit said Mrs. Harris had filed a complaint wiih the federal Equal Employment Oppor- :unilies Commission and that :he commission had issued a letter July 9 "finding reasonable cause to believe Ihe defendant was engaged 1 in discriminatory practices." The suit alleged that the company discriminates against Hacks and females in its recruiting praclices, its initial job assignments, promotions and transfer and Us disciplinary policies. According to the suit, Mrs. Harris was fired by Ihe company April 20, 1973. The suit did not say why .she was fired. The suit asks the court lo declare the company's allegedly discriminatory policies to he unconstitutional and to order Mrs. Harris reinstated. Round-The-Wor!d Walk Completed WASE.CA, M i n n. (AP) -Wore than four years and 17,000 miles after he bagan. David unst has completed his walk around the world. "Mostly I'm resting my feel :oday," Kunst said Sunday. 'I'm also reading over my fan mail. Some of it's anti and some of it's good," On Saturday, he was given a rousing welcome by a crowd of 2,500 persons as he strolled into town holding hands with sons Bradley, 10 and Daniel, 9, who met: their father on the outskirts of town and walked the final steps with him. Kunst, 35, and his wife, Jan, also have a daughter Debra, 13. He also plans some lecturing, using his 3,000 colored slides snapped along the 17,000-mile route than began in June 1970. Back in the town of 7.000 in southern Minnesota where he once worked on a county survey crew, Kunst told a news conference: "There are great and small people in Waseca. But it looks to me like (here are a lot of big people in Waseca." Kunst and his brother John, 24, slartrd out on June 20. 1970, to walk around the world, breaking stride only to take three flights across oceans. WOMAN'S WORLD A Convenient Sewing and Shopping GulcU for Toddy's Gal on tha Go. In shot October 1972. John was to death and David wounded by bandits in Afghanistan who thought they were carrying contribulions for UNI- CEP\ The Kunst brothers had promoted UNICEF along their walk. Another brother, Peter, then 28, from Santa Ana, Calif., joined David when he recovered from his wounds and the walk resumed in March 1973 through Pakistan and India. But foot problems forced Peter to drop out part way across Australia in March. David continued and flew to California to begin his final United States jaunt on July 21. .-.ATTENTION UA STUDENTS if FOOD IS EATING UP YOUR DWINDLING FUNDS. , . Don't let the rising costs force you to face foodies* Fridays as well as meatless Mondays. MOVE IN ta a University resldenc* hall and Iruure yourself ol food, friends and faculties and SAVE ·omt of those funds "for the fun of it,'* Come by the UA HOUSING OFFICE i Razorback Annex today, 47S-J3S1 Crochet butterfly-bright ghan for warmth and charm. JIFFY! 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