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47-Jlecn Estate-For Sal* 22 U WEDINGTON DR. 3 or 3 bedroom!, 1M tofts, carpel, air conditioning, ciulom draperlei. Formal dininf, Mlt-clcanlng oven, patio. Large ftiiMd-ln yard. CtU olrner »l 44347M for appointment TH KEY TO HAPPINESS fits In the door of thlj spacious' 3 bdrm. brick-trimmed home located on a large 150x200 ft. lot. Call Er- vln Bernhagen today on this lovely home priced 1 in low 20s. 52I-«640 or 521-1180. Stagecoach Real Estate. .AND For ate: One or 1.000 Acrti,'tlart- g st J125 per acre. By owner. Phoa* 833-2484. THREE bedroom brick house. Living tiom rRrpeted. FHA approved. 115,000 or 00 and take over payments. Phone 839129. : . . . . BY OWNER Price Reduced for limited lime. 3 bedroom brick, 3 full ha Ins. Master bed room ' In separate wing. Family room wllh 'fireplace and bookcase. Double garage with work area. Privacy pallo v ·as grill. Bulltln range, disposal, dishwasher, carpets-, drupes. large Bermuda sodded corner lot. 3000 Sheryl. Butterfield School 'District Phone 5214863. Legal Notices-- FOR'SALE by Owner: 40 acres well-Improved fescue pasture WMt-'of FayeUe- Tille. Phwe 8)5-2074. . "COUNTRY CORNER" WATCH THE 'COUNTRY COR. NER' (or Professional RANCH, FARM «nd RURAL SALES WE CAN SELL YOUR PROPERTY no YOU WANT:TO BUY? CALL 5214300 COUNTRY CORNER HAS A complete selection of listings ranging from 1 acre'up' to -1,000 acres. Close-In or sealudedl Call us first' when you're inquiring into rural property. " ' ' The'"RANCH HANDS" are at your service nitt and day. Baker- Freeman 1618 hi. Col!«ga 521-1300 Nftes and .Weekends call: Murl Steed 301-2251 Vern Beeves 521-4689 Don -McNaujjhton - 521-6730 W« Work Harder We Get Results We Are L Open On Sundays OTlCE OF APPLICATION TOR DAM CONSTRUCTION PERMIT The Arkansas Division of Sol! and Water iesources has received an application V Arkansas Carrie and Fish Comrois- on; whose address Is Game And Fish HnmIsslon Building, LJltle Rock, Aransas, 72201, for a permit lo construct 50 foot-dam lo Impound 4,018 acre eet ol water (200 surface acres), toiled on Budrt Kfdd Creek, a tributary i 'Illinois River, within lti« Arkansas ,lver.Basin, In the SWK SWU, Sec. 14; lEVi NWWn Sec. 23; £?E NWM. Sec, 23, T15N, R32W, County of Washington. All Interested persons havinjf questions r objections pertaining Iherelo and dC' ring public hearing Ihereon slra!] with- n -twenty {20) days after public-alien ol ils.npl.Lce make the same known to the ivisloh In writing. Including their* names nd post" of fee addresses.' ; John P." Saxloh ' · Division Director ' DIVISION OF SOIL ft WATER RESOURCES 1920 West Capllol " Utlle Rock, Arkansas 72201 501-371-1511 9-16 2tc KKD house at Maple Drive and Maple Avenue, [n Spring date- 10 Spacious room and basement. 4 bedrooms, 2 baths large kilchen, dtshwasher, and huilU rarigs 'wilh rolUserle.' Den. library, i.x tra large laundry room, (ireplace, cen tral hrat and air. Extra large tot Shad by luHp, maple, and walnut trees. Fenced garage and storage room: 751-7245 ' 151-1177. PLAYROOM This home at 2025 Winwood haa over 2300 sq. ft. of living epac .that is color coordinated with thlc' shag carpeting and bold \vallpape patterns. There x ia a ifreplace, deck two car. garage and a large play room.that ,-may. be., the biggei : room In town. HOLLAND HOUSE, INC 442-2740 SKIP THE REALTOR Save' fl% or more by dealing d rectly with the owner- Excellen home for young or older couple Two bedroqms, carpeted, centra heat, built-in range'., and oven quiet neighborhood. Call 521-551; no. answer, call again after 4:00 p.m IN WEST, FORK 'ew 3 bedroom brick home*. : L own payment* to qualified buy- ra. Located one block south of igh School, or contact Garland mith, 821-S203 after p.m. legal Notltei- NOT1CK OP ANNTAI, SCHOOL ELECTION Notice ti hereby given that Ihe An nuxl School FJecllon will be hfld In Greenland School District No. 95 o( Washington Ominly, Arkanu s on Ihe Uth Day of March. 1973. for th« purpose ol having Ihe qualified voters etect: i Director Tor a lerm of 5 years, Position Na 1. 1 Director for a lerm ot 2 year*. Position No. 2, Vole upon Ihe question of a levy of · 47 mills annually .on the assesed valuation of Ihe taxable property "In the dlx- Irli-t of which 25,5 mills of the abqya will be used for Operational and Maintenance and 21.5 mills for the reitrement NOTICK In T1i« Frobatfi. Court of W County, Arkansas Iti Ihe Malter of Ihe Estate of Cpl3«en G. Ncwby. deceased. No. 72-257 Lajt known address of decedent: lindsville, Arkawas. 24, -1972. Dale of death: Hay of exUtlng Indebtedness. Witness my hand December, 1372. IhJs ISlh Day oE W. N. Vafafces, Superintendent of Schoo) i Greenland School District No, 95, Greenland, Arkansas 9. IS. 23 31c NOTICE OF ANNUAL SCHOOL ELECTION Notice Is hereby given thai Ihe Annual School Election will be held in Washington County School District No of Washington County, Arkansas on th» 13th day of March. 3973, lor the purpose of having the qualified voters elect; 1 Director for a term of 5 years, Position NOL 1, 1 Director for a term of 1 year, Position No. 2. Vole upon Ihe question ot a levy of a 60 mills annually on the assessed valua tion of Ihe taxable pro perl v In the dls Irict of which 20 mills of the above will be'used for Operation and Maintenance and 40 mills for the retirement ot existing Indebtedness 1 . Witnessed my hand tills. 4th day or January j "1973. ' ' · * Signed: - . , J. K. Kennan, Superintendent of Schodt Washington Co. School District No. 20, Fayetteville, Arkansas 9, 16, 23 SIC ujid.ers[jrnwl was appointed admin- slralrlx^f Ihe estate of the above-named ecedent on the 27th day of December, 1' ·- , ' - ' . . . All .persons havjn g claims against the stale must exhibit ihem, duly verified, o Ihe undersigned within six months rpm the- date ot the first publication ol his notice, or they shn!l be forever 'larred and preclutled from any benefit rr the estate. · This, notice first- published - 9 day of 'anuary; 1973. . · - - · · ' - TONE NEWBY, Administratrix By: Tilden P. WrigKt im , Of Putrnan, Davis * Basselt .Attorneys for Administratrix ' 9. 16 2lc NOTICE OF ATWfML SCHOOL, IXKCTION Nollce Is hereby given trial the An- lual School "Election 'will be iekl in Vest Forte School District No. 141 " of Washington County, Arkansas on Ihe 13th Day of March, 1973, for the purpose o[ having the qualified voters elect: 1 Director for a term ot 5 years, Position No. 1. Vote upon the question of a levy of a 55 mills annually on the assessed valuation of the taxable property in the dis- rlct of which 18 mllJs of Ihe above will be used for One ration and Mainlen'ance and 37 mills for" the retirement ot exit ing indebtedness. Witnessed my hand this 5th day Janusry, 1973. . Frank Wenzel " . -Superinlendenf of Schools West Fork School District No." 141. West Fork, Arkansas. ' · .- . 9, 18, 23 3te NOTICE OF ANNUAL SCHOOL ELECTION , Notice Is hereby given that the An nual School Election will held EI kins School Distri ct Na 10 Washington County, Arkansas on lh« 13lh Day of March, 1973, .tor the pur pose of having the qualified voters elect 1 Director for a term of 5 years, Position No. 3. Vole upon the question of a levy of a 50 mills annually on the assessed vaTua lion of the taxable property in the dls trict of which 15 mills of the above wil b.e used, for Operation and "ifalnten and Si mills for tht retirement of exist InK Indebtednes. .Witnessed" my hand this 20th day* p December, 1972. Signed: James K. carter Superintendent of Schools Elklns School District No. I Blkins, Arkansas. ·* 9. 16, 23 3( XOTICE Notice Is -hereby given-that the Annual School Election will be held in the various school districts in Washington Coun- Arkansas on Tuesday, 'March 13 3 for the purpose ot voting for school districts' board members, '"for "county board member from Zone I (Fayeltevjlle and Greenland), for school lax, arid other measures which hava been properly submitted: Date of Election. March 13, 19T3 Hours of Election 8:00 a.m. lo 7:30 p.nt - -Signed: . - . J. R. .Kennan, Supervisor Wa$hin8ton County Schools 9-16-23 3tc NOTICE OF SALE . : *4?,OOQ CI1V OF.WEST FORK, ARKANSAS GENERAL OBLIGATION IMPROVEMENT BON'DS, . DATED MARCH 1, t»73 Notice Is herebv given that Ihe Oil Of We.st Fork, Arkansas (the "City"), w! sell to the highest bidder on auction bid its proposed issue of 1142,000 City of \Vt Fork, Arkansas' General Obligation Irn provcment Bonds, dated March 1, 197 (the "bonds"), which are being Issue for Ihe purpose of Ilnanclng the cost the .construction of a building for tti housing of fire fighting apparatus, ar the-pur.chase of fire fighting apparatus: The bontis are being'issued under tl provhions -of and pursuant to the a thorEty contained in "Amendment No, lo the Constilulion of the State of A kansas. The bonds will be. general oh Rations -of'the City secured by Ihe Tu faith, credit land taxing power of the Ci under Amendment No. 13, Including continuing annual fax of five (5) mil on the dollar of the assessed valuatii of 1he taxable real and personal pro erty in Ihe. City, which will be plcd'e lo the payment of the principal of a interet on Ihe bonds. In this regard, 1 WOMAN'S WORLD A Convenient Sewing. and Shopping Guide for Today's Gal on the Go. 618 Crochet jaurity, A-shape coa and hat in vivid wool. S m a r t school partners Crochet coat from neck down of knitting worsted. Has double crochet ribs on single croche background. Pattern 618: sizes 2-4; 6-8;' 10-12 incl. ·Seventy-five cents for eacl pattern--add 25 cents for each pattern for Air Mail and Specia Handling. Send to Laur.- Wheeler, Northwest Arkansa TIMES, 450, Needlecraft Dept. Box 161, Old Chelsea Station New York, -N. Y. 10011. Prin Pattern Number. Name, Ad dress, Zip. All New for 1973 Fashion-inspired Needlecraf Catalog--more knit, croche ·tyles; crafts. FREE direction · , . ' , " . , · .'..'. .75 cents ' 'NEW*!' Instant' Money Book -make extra dollars at hom from your crafts .···* Instant Crochet Book .; » Hairpin Crochet Book »' Instant Macrame Book Si Instant Gift Book --..|1 Complete Afghan Book Jl : IB Jiffy Rugs Book ... -0 cents - 12 Prize Afghans Book 5 · cents. Quilt Book 1--1$ patterns ....5 cents. . , Museum Quilt Book 2 .50 cents 15 Quilts for Today Book ....'.5 tents. wised valuation of Ii* taxable real id personal property.In the Oily for lh* ear 19T2, the latest iisessrnenl of rec- rd. 1» W45.205. " . · - · The hsuance o"( the bocids'hmi b«n *proved by the electors 1 *)* lhe"Clly *t «n eclion held-for that purpose oh January 5. 1973. Th?, bonds will be dated March 1. 1973. lertsl'thereon will b« payable on De- imber 1, 197?, and" semlannually" there* Her on June 1 and December 1 of each nr, and the boridi will mature on December 1 ol each' year us follows bui hall be tubject to redemption ^rior to lalurity "as here|n»((ec *et forth): · EAH ' - AMOUNT 197S · % '- ' ' ?1,000 19T7 " 1,000 1978 . 1.000 0979- . . · ' - " - · · .- - · l.QQQ- 1980 . 1,500 1961 . . ' . - . - . .l.SOO 1J2 '. " ~. 1.500 1983 . · ' / . 1.500 19W ' " 1.500 1385 . ' ' . . , . 3.000 193S . - . . 3.000 1987 ' ' : 3.000 i 1383 1000 1989 . . 3,000 · 1990 ' . - ' · ' , ?,5TO J991 '- 2.SOO 1991 " -- 2,500 . 1993 . 3,000 1994 · . : _ ! . ' : . 'Jt.000 1995 - - - - 3,500 IMS ' "_ , _ S,S09 Supplemental -and dual coupons will not M permitted and Ihe-bonds will not be ubjert to conversion. · s - . · Bach bidder shall specify-one rate of Lterest end no bid of less than par and ccrued inlereit- wUI-be entertained. The rani, IF made, will be lo Ihe bidder inse' old' results In-the lowe.il."net ln : crest cost to the Qly delermlned by ompulin; the total interest cost .at the raie. .bjd from tht' date o!.the .bonds lo matiiCLty, r atid deducllnjE. thecefrom any iremlum bid. ' -" * : The bonds will be callable (or pay- lent prior to maturity In Inverse nu- lerical order at a price of par and ac- rued Interest as follows; ,from sur- luj lax collection! on.any:^nt«iest pay- dale; fronx funds from any source n -any hilerest payment date on nnd fler December 1, 197S. The Cily will covenant that, after R ebt service reserve hag been established n' thft'~amount ot six -months Interest, pose of having Ihe qualified voters «1ect: :1 Director for a - t e r m of "5 ywtrs, Position Na 1. Vote upon the question ol a levy of t W mills annualb* on the assessed valuation of the taxable properly In th* district of which 18 mill) of Ihe above will oe used Cor Operation and Maintenance and 33 mills for the retirement ot ex la I In j "ndebtednesj. " · - " ' Witnessed my hand this Srd day of Janu a ry, 1973. ceo. R. Ledbctter, Superintendenl of Schools Fcrmtngton School District ·Na . FarraUiBton, Ai-knnns, 9, 16, 33, 3lc tirprus-"tatf**coirectlorisv belh^ roni the special- conltnuing Annual tax n excess of the amount necessary to nsure the'prompt'payment ~of the prin- dp'al of; interest on and Paying Atr«nt's eei in connection'with the bonds as the ame become due, muit be used from im« to time : .oA each-interest payment late »» "and to" the -extent available to redeem the outstanding bonds, ,-.-.Tb* purchaser- shalV have -the ^ptlvlle^e if Ham Lnz'the'·Trustee «n4 paylhj-Asent. -The- expenses -pi .lh»"-l5su, Including, without...llfriilation,. the 'publication ex* ense, printing ,"ot th» bonds,'the.aulhefi- IcMtloa fee. and 'the fee of-Smilti, W[l- lamj. Friday, Eldrcdge ft t[ark,,. Bond Odunsef, Little:. Rodr,-. Arkansas',-will b« paid by the pi'tyC- The -.bonds .will be. .. loM at auction at 2 o'clock p.m., on- Ihe 8lh day of Jlarch. 1973, at the regular meeting place of the City Council .In West Forlt, Arkansas.* 'All ^bidders must file a cert.'Med or cashier's check Jn · the amount of SJMO.OO payable to the" city of Wesl Fork^ Arkansas.' to te kept as' liquidated damages IE the bidder is awarded the sale of the bonds and tails (o cflmplele the purchase"" ClWcksr ol Unsuccessful bidder* rill be promptly -relumed. Interest will not "be-paid on gtoA- failh' checks. No contingent provisions may be included in any- bid. The'City'reserves 1he Tljfht to reject : any and · all bids. - - · = For further Information, -address; the undersigned :or· WomeldorfT' A- Lindsey, Tower'-Building,·" IJlUe · Rock, -Arkansas 73201. : , - - - = ' . - - - · ' '· ' ' - ' -·GIVEN thi.i 6th-day of February. 1977. - qiTT -OF WEST- FOflK, · ARKANSAS By:-J. N: MCKNIGHT, JTayor ·i ··' : · · - - . · · - · - - 9, IB, 23 3te Dollar Holds Steady On London Market LONDON (APV -- The U.S. dollar held steady today as a measure of stability-returned to currency markets after weeks of turmoil and uncertainly. The 'dollar was riding well above new par value's set after devaluation was announced Tuesday. There was- little Indication, lowever, that speculators were :aking their profits from the billions of dollars worth of foreign currency they bought las! week. Trading was describee as moderate nearly everywhere. Gold remained at or close to peak levels in bullion markets although ; the spectacular price surge since .the dollar, deval uation appeared to have halted, at least temporarily. The price was .unchanged al $75.625 an ounce in Zurich $73.42 in Frankfurt, up from $73.11 Thursday, neatly a dollar up at $76.82 in Hong Kong bu dowri 62 W cents at $73 in Lon don;. .. - So'm:e British observer! feared the pound, .floating sinci last June, might be: the nex target for speculative attack. _The.pound opened .weakly a $2.44725, down frorn Thursday' closing $2.4573;. and then de clined furthec to $2.4430. Thi meant the effect of the dolla devaluation tiad been cut ii half...:' . .,..; A week ago sterling wa floating around $2.38. If it ha moved in. line .with the 10 pe cent devaluation of the dollar the rate should have jumpe close, to $160. -x The dollar, opened In Frank furt at. .2.95 marks, slightl down from .Thursday's closin of 2.9540, 'but well above th new parity of 2,9003. Mini-Crisis In Tung-Nut Oil Costs Millions WASHINGTON (AP) -- In a ulshell. there's another gov- rtiment mini-crisis and it in- olves millions. U.S. taxpayers ankle deep in something ailed tung-nul oil. . . It is used as a drying agent n paint and industrial coatings. ; was popular, even considered ritical for' defense, .until syrt- hetic substitutes came along nd, strategically speaking, ling-nut oil -went - d o w n - - the Tain some time ago. Yet, under a mandatory irice-support law, U.S. tax layers are still buying the en ire American lung-nut-oil pro uction -- at more than twice the irice being quoted on the worlc market. At last count, the gpv ernment had about 22 million pounds and is expected, to pick ip another 'four million 'pound this year. USE MINIMAL U.S. use .of the commqdily las dropped _ to 30 millioi )ounds a year, arid American roduction, mainly in Florida Alabama, Louisiana and Mis sissippi, is sagging. Rep. Paul Findley, R-I1I., a member of the House Agricul lure Committee, calls the price support program unneedcd aiv costly with losses running be tween $1 million and S3 million i year since 1967. He want; Congress to phase it out ove our years. Similar legislation died afte a hearing last year, with i spokesman for the Americai Tung Oil Association testifying "The tung industry is small bu in proportion to its size it keep workers off the relief rolls an furnishes a market for supplie and .equipment." China used 'to be' 'a rriajo supplier for : American . needs pouring an average of 100 mi lion pounds a year into th United States at prices well be low U.S. production costs. Con gress responded with mandat ry price supports. Then, i 1950, an embargo on all Com munist Chinese products halte the tung-oil flow. If China comes back into th picture, American purchaser are expected to buy where it cheapest-- from China or from South America. . ArfcmWaf T1MI5, f rUtoy, F«b, 16, 1973 AvrrrtviLLt, ARKANSAS .... 15 Devaluation Of Dollar May Help Or Hurt Many People By JOHN.CUNNIFF Business Analyst V NEW YORK AP) -- While iiances are great that you will arelyi' notice any , Immediate;' erceptible change iiv yourr life jecause of the 10 per cent de- aj^atidn of tlie,;dollar,','lhere re exceptions. ··· ·· · _YflU may be hurL if:.'.' ..'_ . --You are. dependent upon mported products or parts. If ou own a German or Japanese lUtomobile that needs repairs 'our bill might be higher after he dealer's present parts sup- ly runs out and" he 'needs to mport more. --You travel extensively in lalions whose currency is now vorth more'in relation to fhe dollar. .It you:are on.an-unlirmt- ed expense account you may lot be concerned. But you ;hould , be. if. your account is imitcd lo a daily or total figure. ' ' . - · . · · - · ; . - . '--Yoli -"send money back' t relatives in "the pld country.' Or you are an' American living abroad, perhaps a retiree who receives a Social Security check from home each month. --You- work- for a cdmpany that distributes imported prod uc'ts or which manufacture's a product containing imported in ?redienls. Such a company coulrf suffer "a competitive riis advantage, mainly because o ligher costs. HELPED You could be helped if: --You work for a company that has- bocn -hurt by · forcig competition. In.theory, at leasl your company should now fee a change in competition both a home and abroad. --You are a ~ travel agcn whose income depends-upon percentage of a customers' to tal foreign travel .costs, --You are an employe of recreation or entertainmen company, or any other busines that could prospe"r from' an in crease · in foreign traveler whose money is now wort more than before., . --You hold stock in a corpt ration which looks attractive t foreign investors more vvlllin now to invest in the Unite tales, mainly because stock rices have been discounted 10 cr cent, but also because some ompanlcs might become more ompetltive. --You hold business or prop- rty for sale -- anything from a ny work of art to a manufac- u r i n g . p l a n t . -- that now could ec.ome more attractive to for- igners. with capital seeking to nake direct investments in the United Stales. --You are an investor in s J.S. company whose borrowing osts might be reduced because 3f a return flow of dollars. ALIGNMENTS Among the signs of a nrjw "conomic world that called for new currency alignments; --Kor half a century the Jhited' States was known as 'HE producer of automobiles. !o other nation or group of hem was close. If anything represented American industrial dominance it was the car. Now there exists an economic entity, known as the Common Vlarket, made up of Germany, ·'ranee. Italy, Belgium. The Netherlands, Luxembourg, Britain. Ireland and Denmark. Twenty years ago their combined auto output was less than a million. CONTRAST In contrast, these same nations produced more .than 10 mi|libn units in 1970. Because Britain and Ireland were riot members then you may subtract 1.5 million units and still exceed the U.S. total of 6.5 million for that year. --In .the immediate post- World War II years it was often said the most needed, exportable of the United Stales, other than its money, was management knowhow. "Dun's Review," a management magazine, studied current European attitudes toward U.S. managers and their methods a n d f o u n d much . dis- enchKntnicnt. It summarized findings in these words: "Europeans believe that in their reliance on management methods and techniques. American executive's have, in effect, lost their ability to get things done." NOTICE Or ANXOAT, SCHOOL ELECTION. Notice Is hereby given thai Ihe Annual 'School Election will be Jield In 1'Vrminglon. SqhooC'bjstrict ' No*. 6 of Washington'' 'County/ Arkansas' '«i tha ISth Day' of March, 197,3, lor (lift put- GREEN ACRES ADDITION .' ' H-394. 2Vz ACRES--PLUS HOME: 2 bedrooms,'living room, geparate dining room, kitchen and BBEAKFAST ROOM. C(rt1tra1 : hc*t, FIREPLACE and concrete basement. " Selling for LESS than $20,000. Listed by Mra. Hammers. ; : " : ' . " : " " " : " " STONE AND CEDAR CONTEMPORARY- H-401. Located In COVETED AHEA arid 'CUSTOM BUILT IMS than 1 year ago. 2 bedrooms--living-dining room combination with NATIVE STONE FIREPLACE--kitchen--SHAG carpets--central heat and air. BEAUTIFUL, VIEW. Listed by Mr«. Hammers. . BEAUTICANS TAKE NOTE · _'·_·· H-382. Investigate thia exceptional opportunity to BUY and OPERATE a Beauty Shop of your own. Well located artd well' equipped' for 4 operators. AU equipment is. in EXCELLENT CONDITION. Listed ;by MM. Hammers. ' " ' " ' "; * ',' '·' * - :· ARE YOU LOOKING .FOR. THE UNIQUE??? H-393. This SPACIOUS 2-bedroom honie has RED CARPETING In living room and dining room -- SHAC'CARPETS-in bedroomV'-- master bedroom includes KING SIZE BED on DAIS. ! E*tfs LARGE family room with WOODBUHNING FIREPLACE. Central heat air and CUSTOM drapes. :EXTRA BONUS is .ENCLOSED HEATED POOL. This entire home has to be SEEN to be APPRECIATED. Let's take a look! Listed by Mrs. Hammers. SPLIT-LEVEL--NEAR U OP A } Thi» 4 BEDROOM, 2 bath home ii'built on n THEE : COVERED ir TAMItY f-~ : " ' LMItY ElyiNG. '· ta.ree living- ipplianccs- in 5 hitcheh, : cftrpetj, in most family budgets". Listed H-302. . . . .. corner lot with all the features foi dining ro'om combination, coppertorie a- drapes, centra! heat AND PRICED'with: by Mrs. Hammers. THAT SOMETHING'SPEC (ALr ''/; H-391. Can be found in EVERY ROOM'of this 2-lcyeJ Spahiih style lome INCLUDING the attractivA entrance foyer ancl : itairrtays ·DECO- RATED with WROUGHT ffiON, 5 bedrooms, 3 fcaths, 9HAG CARPETING, custom drapes, SPACIOUS formal dining room. AU electric kitchen with eating area and family room-with FIREPLACE, Located on- large corner lot. Liatedrby Mrs, Hammers. IF YOU'VE THOUGHT H-373. Let us show you these WOODED LOTS ON 9UNBISE MOOT* TAIN. Quiet country living with .MAGNIFICENT VIEW. UTIEY and Company, Inc. Realtors-Insurers . On the Square Since 1? OFFICE PHON8 442-8241 ". . HQME PHONES Mrs. Harrfrheri . .' '443^083 Hal Modlin 521-4103 :H. I. Utley ...... U42-6044 Experienced, Responsible Sales Representatives See the diagram -- even a beginner can whip. Up '_'· this delight 6f"a"wrap sundress in a morning. Doubles as jumper with its own band-neck blouse. Choose easycare cottons. Printed' Pattern 4898: -NEW Child's-Sizes 2, 4, 6. 8. Size 8 takes 1% yards 35-inch fabric.' Seventy-five · ce'nts for each pattern--add 25 cents for each pattern for Air Mail and Special Handling. Send to ANNE ADAMS, care of ' .Northwest Arkansas TIMES, 438', Pattern Deil., 243 West 1.7th St.,' New York. N. Y. Hi: Print NAME. ADDRESS with ZIP, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER.'. QUICK, EASY-SEW WAY to a spring-summer wardrobe! Send for new Spring-Summer Pwttern Catalog. Choose · one pattern · FREE. All sizes! 75 cents. INSTANT SEWING BOOK -cut, fit, sew modern w'ay. $1. INSTANT Fashion Book $1. ADVEHTISW RJUlXl Bdi of tiMMoukm rwd thit fMtun dltlr ..... »n4 Uur* Will M« TOTTf TRY THIS CONTEMPOHARY--Designed by «ward winning architect -- View from this Ml. Sequoyah location unbelievable -- Eif- cltement and Hvabillty In this order, a -wife de«tflned kitchen, beautiful living room with fireplace wall, cathedral.celling*, overhead balcony, three bedroorM, two baths, recreation room with polio, two car garage, abundant atorage -- Complete wllh curUlni and drapes -- Many extras, you'll Just have to. see -- Call u» for appointment. Office 442-7391, .KINCAID,COMPANY REALTORS : Georga W. Lewis 442-4753 Mik« R. Watson ... 442-6711 Hugh Kineald ... ....;r v ".. . : .. : .^...... 521-6054 MALL CINEMA O. SJ1-7005 HIS MOUNTAINS. · - · - ' ' - H i s PEACE. NOW F«t. 7:30-9:25 Sun. Mai. 2 p.m. HIS GREAT HUNTS. HIS VOU.NG BRIDE/ WITH ALL THAT, IT SHOULD HAVE. BEEN DIFFERENT. some s«y he's dead... some say he never will be. JEREMIAH MALL CINEMA » "NORTHWEST ARKANSAS PLAZA" NOW WEEKDAYS 7:25 · 9:15 SUN. MATINEE J P.M. . Friday -Saturday - Syndly . .ptitur«| t;10 . 8iOO IQiOfl THE "QUIET" MOTION PICTURE THAT HAS TAKEN THE, MAT.10N ,|Y,STORM1 , Best ' Actress CfCELY TYSON MCADEMV AWARDS SOUNDER O Z A R K DOWNTOWN--442-45«1 7:45 p.m. "SNOW QUEEN" STARRING Voices, of SANDRA DEE TOMMY KIRK FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY 8:55 p.m. "GULLIVER'S TRAVELS BEYOND THE MOON" UARK CINEMA e FET. 7:30 'BARBARELLA" * CROSS FROM u ef A--442-2212 STARTS SUNDAY "FEMALE RESPOND" UARK CINEMA O 'RTS WEDNESDAY CLOCKWORK MALCO CINEMA HWY. 71 N. IRQLUNQ HILLS NOW Fet. 7:20-930 Sun, Mat. 2 p.m. What did happen on the' Cahulawassee River? Deliverance AJOHNiOOnMANFrLM . Surfing JON VOIGHT BURT REYNOLDS PANWISION* ««i»[H .TECHNICOLOR* From Warrwf Bros. A Warner Communi NOW Fet. 7:30-9:15 Sun. Mat. 2 p.m. MALCO CINEMA 521-1920 JOHN HNN'MHRBRCT ROD THBLOR

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