Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 11, 1972 · Page 17
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Sa|» ' Eyei. 'lie Ultimate In granloui' jlvfrifl xlcrlor -- 1,4 acre Inwn, chain Ink (cnco. pallo wllh K.nllt irlll, 1418' N.' 'Colltg*.. 521.1300 OOD rcenlj f r o m evllle. B i k i n i School Diatriot. , SPRINTED POND "fee n( Spe°^r h onf. Pr u^ About 12 nctM open land, balance in timber..-'Darn. Jouw above · .. place,- DIAlr 442-D2W , I:- 60'ACRES : AH wooded. Acron troad CALL ' Inlcrmltlent etroan). from above place*, ,, HEINEY REALTY CO. -Hw)' J6 Eait 442-9236 CHOICE NE' LOCATION 1800 ^sq. i ft.,-.1 bedroom, Z\'j bath pliurpaneled 2-cnr tafase. :Has al the 'goodies'pluj 1800 sq,,rt. walkout basement. For details call, ' · '''; VERY NICE' 3,bedroom,.E balh bfick. Kitchen with all bulltlns, dining nook, car. pet and drapeA, Covered patio fenced backyard, CII and. CA. ....''. -i.-5-ROQM H6ME on tree studded lot. Paved street city water, and'natural gu. " ( ( · - . , ' ^ ·;. i .-.- 8 ACRES ' Open land. Close In on blacktop road. With terms. FAYETTEVILLE .V REAL ESTATE 442-8415 442-71D 267-3336 «2-2236 ofle« 5247 N. Collet* Omer Ver\ve'ra .-..·Thelnia, Culwcll i,- Barbara McCleLstcr , »'..Jlm Wataon . FARMS ACREAGE BUYS No. 265. Buy All o: ,,' Part;, In · The Following Manner :' f'.lTfuifei^ZlS ft. frontage-- JS500.0J1 ·u 3'Acrta-- 200 'ft. frontage -- $2500.00 p IT Afrbs -- 125; It, frontage-- 3 ;· bed roohl h6me, barn, corrals, ehed-- 528,000.00. i 37 Vi. A«rcs-3 . birn, i shed, bedroom ' home pastures . fenced Sol* The BMt Horn. : 13e(or« ·" K.liH cnr gral«: Interior -- " - ' 2 full baths, ,1 largo sunken ·inlly room with hiiie (Ireplico, ndlrect llihtlng, paneling h ex- 1 lie drape« fc carpet. Central It heat. Butlerfleld School. *«2,!00 47-RMl Ittaltv-For Salt HOW NICE It will b* to live on a . q u U t «lre«t In th1J,3 Wdroom horne." Neyirly Wlnted, -c«rp«tln», ittninl ',')»« t ' unit pin nli lr, I-srie . dniwood', , ken. miny' ,v«rct nnd dniwood', nlu« other Don't PH lhl« one up, Cull o Ami* 8t«nbmy, TRUMBO CO, 521-4800 MM A Holllni Illl^ Dr. Oh cries Wlthey Jo Anr.e dtsnberry Ho we II Trunibo 442-6511 442-M13 42-5167 boss 8z. oompany, reel MUtt UOO N. Collei^ 521-7172 tter 'ieVeni * , *e BOM 521-1»44 IMMEDIATE POSSESSION* on this 2 bedroom Ac den or 3 ·hadroom home on Ml. 8equo- yah -- t!i batlu PANORAMIC VIEW -- large trees-- beauticul ground cover--wood- burning '^replace -- LISTED AT ONLY JU.OOO -- Make us »n oHer, p»ll «4?-4318. . [POTHAST REAtTYGO. 443-4316 'niRVB' bcilroom hrlck, 1« btlli for i«lr, 117,55), Bprlr.jilile, n)lll Soin, Conlagt mil Tuyior, cinltr slreil. W«it rort, Ark Alw conwele W«k.liom«. v»ry nice, «llh ill fumllure, $12,000, { btdrpomi ind family room, 11000 doiin, Three hit or cull Mernaret Tiyler ¥ 6JO i m , (128311 FojtHaylllt. V»y rent home Weil Fork, »U5 · montllr pertly lnmUhtd, to FOR SALE BY OWNER Three bedroom, Colonial brick home on 4 acres off Hwy, 16 We»t * minutes from University. Twt baths, total electric, fenced backyard. Must icll jjg.000 or best or- fer. Assume note and owner wll carry part or balince. · ,., Phone 442-8592 Helen Eld son 442-5475 LARGE LOT 1 acre). On City Lake , City wntcr nnd natural gai. Priced at only S1500._to-atiU*.c tatc. HEINEY REALTY CO. Hwy U East * 442-9236 .BELLA .VISTA, ARKANSAS Beautiful, retirement' boVne-alte, city water, lots of tre«c, clOM to country club, Lot 15, Block 10. Chwhlre Addition, KJSO. Write: ' . · M. Cohlck · 114 W. Grant · Republic. Mo. 65738 Sal* VIEW THE VAIIEY;; nmcK ··' CONBTRUOTIONJ · ·*: YBAR AROUND AIR 1 CpflDI- T1ONK» -- His thr*e bedroom* · nd a paneled IHn -- M f i a , living room -^ Korfnar dinlilif -- Nice kitchen wlth'tll builN, Hi, _ Two lull t»lh« -- Doubl* cirport wllh worKehop -- M«ny txtrai Include 'woocj ·burning flrcnlut'/ covered patio with birocaue, fcnp»d,y«rd -j-r w«U to Will carpet* *rvd dntpw Included, ..p^n«M JWafJow f-'c* Notlcti- NptlOB TO I'KOSFKnrlVM IIIIIDEIU mt'OUy 1,1 Piytllevlile, ArJianMi, will 40Mrt Mile.] Mar unlll -10» A.M. on Aui-yil 81,· itnj |or,«ir«i S.MO d.v.w. Iroclc 'ctiiMli did' l»o, «» cubic y«r.| dump Mdi. uinlmiurf ip«cliivlloni mil Mi doeunMnU mty I* «cfulr«i it Ihe Oily MMHcr'i Offlc« In tho Adminliln- llM JlullJIng on Wtit Mountain KlrteL Tftt.cily mtrm iht rtihl Ifl «cx)»pl or relecf any or nil Mi ml wilva fomullliei, DoniM It Orlmci Oil/ Manager Money making bualn«is on 18 highway. Grocery, feed and hard- ·re. Air conditioned. Onx* 1101,. JO In 1971. Including 3 bedroom brick home with central heat and air. Home is Juat 6 years old. 1 butldlns 45'xSJi', one 30'x50', ntor« room" 20'x50', ; anolher 50'x30', i A' going biietheM lolling at th«' low ·^rlce of; $49,600 plua.- inventory. lmall : down payment will'handle plus Inventory of around (12,000. Call for appointment. NEWLIN REALTY CO. West Fork, Ark. nj- hutfiil* poaMfilon, Call IM today, OHloa35-73«J, ; NEAR ROOT SCHObL CHOICE 'THBW5 BEDROOM BRICK - QUICK POSSESSION ~ L*rf · llvlnf rootn -- paneled family room. With flrtplace -Formal aV informal dlnlnj are* - Lar*«klloh«nwlth all bwlft- Inai ·- Two ailed bath» with vanltlM -- . Atlwhtd carport ·with · aUna*« -- Central Jwat and air -- Carpeting drapea, ·i -- 'Kxtre UnieTof'with bcim- tlfut plantinn t tree* -- De^ * aimed for real Hvlna"-- Priced it only *j| wood C*)l ua today. Office «MJ»t. , KINCAID COMPANY 1 .REALTORS ' " Ocorga W. Lewi* 442-4111 Mike R. Wataon 442-H11 Kinoatd 621-6054 M T«a Jn tin VU(hl, turmin I'riAalB I'outl 01 rounly, Arktnm , Arktnm , , ol (l:e VsMt M Elu o 7a-I«l Northwttt ArkanMi TIMES, Friday, Aug. M, 1972 · FAYtTTIVILLI, A N K A K t A * Battle Lines Drawn Republican Fight Over Party Reform Seen ,, . . North jirtaon Drlv«, fiyeltevlUe, ,Ar- kaniu I»t« ol 1(i Hi i July 31, 1»72. An Inilrumsnt d«Kd October H, 10M, »«· * lh« tlu'lit'day'ol A»f*»l, 1972, admlllM lo.probjle »i ihe mi will or the abovi nimtd d«*dini, »r,d OK un- hat b«n apiwinled- «j«nilor - :of ih« probat« oi lilliii tin will ITCI'lllilil TWO bednJom home, cliywalar,; natural on 1 acre, 2 mile? Northwest ol Lincoln, . BV OWNER: Three bedroom, fenced yard, new healing and alrcondiUoaEnc. Call 5JI-I3S3 alter S p.m..··;- aomc timber on Hwy. No. 265 -. : $35,000.00. . '.'·' MT. COMFORT ROAD 3 Aeres~--4 · room home, beautiful view just off .MU. Comfort Hd.-- »li,50o.oo ; .. . i. '·,',··- irwY'. N6.' 112 '"..''·'· V 5 Acre9rf-Beautifu) Brick Horn* all '.'carpeted, ·*:"(-P^tlo, ··!·· .'*«»l»*«. central - heat garage, A: : air; " ESTATE PROPERTY ; Seven rooms, older.. home, baths. Needs redecorating. Good property for person, interested in restoring. Excellent location, close In at 419.N. Washington. Price $18.500. FAUCETTE REALTORS 1302 H. College Sylvia D«n*rth USA tANE HOMES tARGE LOTS, NEW NORTHEAST AREA. Three Bedrooms, dishwasher disposal US baths, landscaped Sc finished yard*, central air, carpeted, -patto, nil brick, distinctive' ly .panelled kitchen-dining" area: Off Highway 45 East, Just east ot Dillon's Market. Waich for sign. $26,75000. . J, .-· - . -,. ·--.-·.. LEWIS BALDWIN MEADOWS Almost an acre, of wooded land with throe bedroom brick house. Brand new and ready to move into now. Has 114 baths, kitchen with Modern Maid range,-carpeted'liv- ing room, carport and itorafe. '$11,- 5W.OO. ; ; · · . . . , '.' JUNEWAY TERRACE ' Turn, north on Junewfly Terrace off Ash Street for this new thre'e bedroom brick' home. Central' air cnrpelcd, beautifully panelled kitchen family room, l 1 ,^ baths, 2 car carport, lot* of inside and'o side storage,' finished yard _ large lot, quiet neighborhood. 126,230.00. i · ' ' LAKE .HOME Ideal for permanent home with fishing and swimming almost' ir your own front yard.-Only twentj minutes drive from Fayettevllle a beautiful Beav-O-Rama Park. Two bedrooms, bath, large "panelled lly ing room, large kitchen i 'dlnliij area with 'electric stove' arid re" f rigerator,.- .carpeted, .deck, largL ·hady lot. Priced at only ?12,500.00 lonvenlences, seller moving so this .your soldcn opportunity to »ave """:'.'' , Oall, 521-1300 '. : ''. " iceman 8 N. Colleg*: .521-1300 Vites and week ends call: Paulipe McKlnney .-- - 521.1M9 Barbells Blakimore- " -«me» -Baker' i ·--.;· r amcs 'Freeman-'-' · · 'an H«non . . WE .WORK HARDEn ; . WE oirr RESULTS . , . No. 112, This · kind ia- hard to' find. . Broiler Farm-- SiAcres ..S35.MO.OO r*. Broiler FarnvrrSZ Acres .. S65.000.00 *- Broiler Farm-- 100 Acres-,., . 29% Down,;. .......... $60,000.00 , r t Broiler Farm^W acres .. $50,000.00 .. Broiler Farm -- 16 -Acres near new ."home ...' ............. $57,600.00 Cattle, Hogs, Grocery-- 30 Acre* i.-. ............. $48,500.00 Cattle Ranch -- 40 Acres -- some' tim- ' ber ·..'.'.:..'.·.;....:... .525,000.00 Cattle Aanch Deluxe^-240 Acres-r -- .^.Colonial Home ...;..? 100,000.00 Beautiful View -- Good barn · Dude Ranch -- 4 Acres -- Beautiful Colonial, nil extras . $38,000.00 .s". 2' Acres-^2 .bedroom, «e- ·f eluded .... ...... '...,... -$6,500.00 I' 10 Acre»i-Open Land -- --·::· Terms ...... ; . ·.;.-....; $9.800.00 80 Acres-- Open Land . . $8,000.00 LAZEM Real.Estate Company 1015 N, Colleg* - 521-6700 'Ml-2658 Col. Art. McAnarhey 'Ken'-L«enby ·' · 521-4448 IN Prairie Grove. Completely remodeled two bedroom homo. Carport, storage styded porch, view. '1 storm'.Cellar, .-large sMde ,' Qmef,'846-225?.- :; f(\ · G. C. Faucette Virginia po Joe BacKua Vol Sharp Office OI-JWS Ke«.'442-8935 Maye* Bw. 443-26«9 Hes. 442-2277 Re*. 442-6305 He*. 442-6541 Bee. 442-8914 MOUNTAIN INN BUILDING FOR SALE Bu Udlnjg^ contain* 26,572 'eq. ft and i» situated on 1.1,118 sq. ft. of land. Building, haa 100 ft. of frontage On East Center Street, Priced reasonably. ' SCHULTZ TAYLOR Property Management Specialists 29 East Center 521-2717 . Kerry ScHultz Phil Tsylor M2-6S23 521-2364 Consider These Values: Near UofA and. grade school: 4 Bdr. 2 baths, fenced yard in rear. PRICED TO SEIJU 2 ToUr Southwest of University, $1930; In Rolling KilU Addition, 52S50. J.:p. EAGLE REALTOR Phone 412-2781; 45 Years East Center Street REAL BSTA.TH * DEVBIOTMBNT OO. 2401 North Gregg ' 2 Blocks West of Holiday Inn Fayeitevllle, Arkansas 442-5631 NitMl '... . M.,H.' Jackson : , (collect) 783-275 Helen ', Jackson (collect) 789-275 John Carpenter' 75fi-30a Ellen' /Carpenter 756-305 FARMINGTON 3 bedrooms, kitchen with break fast .room, dUhwnsher, partlall carpeted · floors--level lot--Price below $18,000.00. SPRINGDAIE 3 bedrooms, Hi baths, klt with eating area, partially carpe ed, 80'xlsO 1 lot -- clean and nea Priced below $18.000.00. GREENLAND 3 or 4 bedrooms, 2- baths, Urg recreation room, sundeck -ACRES. FAYARK Realty 927 N. College -- Office 521-5550 Bel. 521-563 Res. 521-621 , DESIGNED TO J TAKE ^ADVANTAGE.- -OF THE PANORAMIC'VIEW -Thl» contemporary waa archltec- tlcally designed for easy living and comfort,-3-levels of 3,000 «q. ft. of heated nhd cooled floor space,' living room with wood ,·: burning fireplace, and the view , - Irom The. living Is more than , breathtaking. 3-bcdrooms, family .room, 3-baths, kitchen dining area, master bedroom with private 'bath nnd a view that Is ·never'tiring, utility room, and - two car garngo. Thb home hasi all'-the extras nnd more than you would expect. Call for an appointment today 442-«254. LOCATED IN BELAIR ADDITION Convenient lo schools and shopping, 3-bcdroom brick, 1!4,baths, living room, kitchen with pnn- try. new bulll-ln electric rnngc, dlihwaahcr, two car garage, central heat nnd air conditioning, fenced backyard. Only »22 t OOO.OO. Call Dill Kennedy U2-6254 or 442-SI59. ENGLISH COUWRY STYLE HOUSE and CA»y In town convenience, 4-bedroonis, 2',i bathii, formal dining room nnd . living room, walnut nunclcd don with wood- burning fireplace, convenient kitchen with rtlnetle, Lot with «h»dn trees, oh ye» nnd when the kids cnn't pl.iy outside there Is «n upstnlH playroom. In Onk- l«nd HilH Addn. Phono 44J-6M4, 442-6254 SPLIT LEVEL- ROOT SCHOOL 4 -Bedrooms too-- This one does not need redecorated, you can move In 'today I Living room wllh dining "£11" eat in kitchen, den with wood burning fireplace, utility room, carpet and drapea remain, 2-car port with plenty of stornge. Located on nice corner lot., dishwasher, disposal, range - and central heat And Air, of COUTEC, Call Bill Kennedy ·142-6254. · WHAT'S" UP IN BUTTERFIELD To find out which houses are sold or which ona you can atill buy-- call us today -- most are sold before they are completed. Call un tor an appointment today lo tee what'* up In Butterfield. THINKING ABOUT BUILDING THAT NEW HOME? Then come '«o' ui, we have the builder* und can help you finance the home you want-- Don't Bottle for Jess, let u* help you build the home you want the WAY you want itllll COMMERCIAL PROPERTY Available on Hwy. 71-68 -- see ti« today for any bu»lnm property you might be Inlereated In. HOME PHONES Juliet Eaves 442-72*2 Ir'eno SrtiHli U3-6M8 Rill Kennedy 442-0150 torls Stnntnn 442-8744 Jean Tulwiler Judy Hod£e Ed Barham · Paul Fisher Dal Honingsworth ·Res. 521-7228 Res. 52I-tt Res. 443-2Q5. 31 ACRES, 15.0CO capacity brojler k automatic equipment, city vuter, nalur gax, 3 bedroom .home. S3I-5741, New 3 Bedroom Home Located In Fayetleville and Springdalo Harrison Davis Builder 524-4888 c»n li«'«Kected oily k petition wlUih Hit Um» provided, by All perionV lj»Vln« elalmj aiaiiut 'Die little muil ln.|he,nnd!nlenfd Ihli notice, or Ihtx barred and precluded from In'Ihe cilalc them, duly verlned, within ilx .'mtntbi . IM dau ol Kit lint puMlollon o( Jorever my benelil Thli nollco (Irsl published ttti 6ty ot --lit, 1971 Leonard Greenhaw, Kyecutor I', o. IJox 427« ;·" '· PAyell«vll!e, Arinriini 727W, 4-U-1J-S 4IC .By HICHABD J, MAI.OY ,Times W*shln|(on Bureau : WASHINGTON'-J The stage is now set for a lively fight at the Republican National Convention over,tho Issue ot party reform. , Battle lines have been drawn between those who want to .broaden participation In party affairs, and those who say the GOP Is already the /'party of tho open door and want no further changes, - The differences tely/cer, the Opposing forces arc fuzzy, and the contestants are being polite to one anolWr. But the reform Issue la likely , to draw widespread attention at Miami Beach because It 'is the only controversy which promises, to Co. 618 N. ColUge 521-1300 are in the Business to sell nd that's what we dol Do you eed to LI9TJ THIS WEEK FEATURINC5 23.500.00 PS53 Perfect location NOrtneait 6th. with .this tpotless 3 bedroom bath Brick home. Central air and eat, ; rear garage. -Close to tall Annual Hobo Convention Set Saturday enliven an convention. otherwise dull ways shows up ventlon. From WhJtc Spaoa D O E S mcreaae Readlerstilp, Of. Ada 1 I $21,500 Three bedroom, Hi baths, fireplace, bulltins, kitcnen/dlmnfl combination 6/10 acre. Old Wire Road North Butterlleld School durtrlct. Over 1,300 sq, ft. of living apace. Phone 443-4696 4 AOREB nlth 2 t^droom twuae and fcath, with washer, and dr J *r hwky? and itnall ham- locates between Sprlngdale and 'ellevUle. 114,TOO. 571-OTi. BfUTT, Iowa CAP)-- A man who doesn't leave forwarding addresses" is expected t o - d e fend his "King ot the Hoboes" title'·· at; the; 39th annual Britt Hobo Convention oh Saturday. He- is the Pennsylvania Kid, "wh'p rjylll .be opposed for the title ·byfsix.veterans .of the festivity, in this community of 2,100, along .with one newcomer. John Stftgman, a member of the Chamber "of Commerce, said "We . haven't heard from the Kid for sure, but we're confident that he'll be here." "He doesn't leave forwarding addresses/any where, but he al- for bur con- wjiat we've heard, the Kid's been on the West,Coast recently." The Kid's real name is Richard Wilson. ; The .veterans include Tim "Connecticut ' Slim" Moylan, Maiiry,'.'Steam Train" Graham, Arthur' "Slow Motion Shorty" Parker^ James "Big Town" Gorman, -James "Lord . Open 'Road" Langfbrd, and John "The Hard Rock King" Mislen who,is a three-time' winner h6rc". " " The newcomer, known only as "Hampton .Blackie," is an lowan. A parade precedes the hobo convention at which crowd applause determines the king. Free Mulligan stew will served after the ceremony. Also expected is the reigning Queen of the Hobos, school \ The dispute broke out Into the open this week when a group of 13 reform minded Republican House members and two GOP senators unveiled party r u l e s changes which they will propose to the convention. · j · Another group'of eight Ho'Use members, claiming to represent a majority of tpe Republicans In Congress, promptly called a press conference to denounce the reform proposals. .'Complicating the dispute Is the fact that the Republicans do not want to *e accused of copying ·· - Ono of them, Rep. Char/es| Wiggins, R-Callf,. said hp thinks 1 at least 125 of the 178 Republicans In the House oppose any change In party rules. · · While the reformers' Insist they are against a quota system for selecting future convention delegates, Wiggins and the others fear the proposed rules changes would really amount to quotas. "Delegates should be selected on " the basis of their qualifications ' -- not on non- germane factors, such as se," 'dam Wiggins.' * ·' " J l Ho'agrees with the reformers on the need for an open party with an opportunity for all to participate, but does not agree that certain blocs should bo guaranteed delegate seals. "Everyone should have an equal opportunity at the starling gate but the reforrriers would also determine who would be the winners at the finish line," he "said." "That is, our fun damental difference." ' ALLOCATING VOTES . Awhile 'there (s a brUjk fight brewing - ovei; 4he- quo'stion of getting Ttore Blacks, youth and women Into the 1975 GOP Na/ tlohal Convention, there is little a r g u m e n t over proposed change. another adopted by tile including quotas 117; ACRES 7 Room, atone', house, with modern kitchen arid bath. Good well. Central heat, 3:ponds. Near.Mt. Gay- Ier;;7Afli mUe from Rt. TI. Term* available, Winslow." · Phone : 634-3105 teacher Mickey comb, III. Denfeld, Ma- BY OWNER Large 4 bedroom, 3 full bath?, t year old. On large lot tn nice area close to School N.E. Fireplace, laifffr deck and lols of extras. Owner leaving and must sell. Call for appointment, 8 a.m. to s p.m. Phone 443-4624 IH .WEST Fork..Bridc home) three ted. rooms, 3 baths, kitchen family roboi'wLlh IIreplace. 1384 w. it. 839-2SU. .- . ;. BEAVEH I^Va properly.' 12S mere' 'estate near Monte Ne. Roadl on two Eldea. BeaulltuI ]»e-vlew.--0all. 751-5205.- ". VERY large 9-room house on over ''. acre -hillside lot. Fenced. 2260 square feet living apace. Large front porch,' largo sundeck In rear. Carpeted, $24.900. Greenland. 5211522. TWO bedroom house by, owner, targe rooms, fireplace, new carpet,' new paint, large lot Wedinglon. Phone 521-6535. ATOP Sit. Sequojah. Roomy, 5 rooms, 2 car garage, porches,'-ISi'baths, uUUly, 3 wooded lots. »U,«». «M30S. · 1985 NORTH COLLEGE and POPLAK STREET 7 ROOM-otdcr home in Prairie Qrovt, on 3 lots. $14,009, lennj can be arranged Phone 417-412368,, Missouri. WE NEED HOMES TO SELL. ; . DUB TO INCREASED SALES the pait few weeks we are low on listings. WE DO ALL, THE WORK and put the CASK In your hand!, 80 CHOICE-ACRES JUST INSIDE CITY NORTHEAST C-368. Ideal for residential development. All utilities available. One half mile blacktop street acroji one side. Listed by Georjo Caudle. 3 BEDROOM BRICK-r-NORTHEAST ., L-384. The owner of Ull« NEARLY NEW,home 'has been transferred: HOOT SCHOOL, large lofon quiet street--lots of carpet--1U batta-* central heat and air. LARGE VA LOAN. Listed by Monroe Laner. GO INTO BUSINESS FOR YOURSELF K-382. In this WELL, LOCATED--WELi, EQUIPPED BEAUTY SHOP. HRJ booths for « operators -- has S dryers -- color machine -- air :ondltloncr -- heater -- 3 shampoo stalls and all equipment Is in EXCELLENT CONDITION. The building this busnfess has been located In tar many yean may be BOUGHT OH LEASED. Listed by Mrs. Ham- MORE THAN YOU'D EXPECT U-364. Tins LAUGE OLDER 2 STORY HOME has ample room for family living PLUS space for INCOME. If you need a houso wllh room for ·mall office or «hop let us ihow you this, PRICED below J20.000,. INVESTMENT SPECIAL v . ; , ; : , , H-J70. FIVE HESIDENTIAL UNITS In · civet ed. (TENTH A L LOCATION. Attractive PRICED. income and excellent occupancy IT COSTS NO MORE record. SEASONABLY L-3«, To own a lovely DUPLEX .than to pay that apartment .rent. Have an INCOME while you are BUYING. Each unit has 5 LABGE ROOMS. l',4 baths, sun-room, waiher connection and 2 car garage. PRICED ItlOHT AND NEAH CITY PAHK. IF YOU'VE THOUGHT OF BUILDING M-373. Let us «how you these WOODED LOTS ON 9UN1USE MOUNTAIN. Quiet country living with MAGNIFICENT VIEW. OfFlCE PHONE UT1EY ·nd Company, Inc. 442-8241 HOMS PHONES Hal Modlln . .. Mr». Hammtri H. U Utl.y ... .52M10I 443-7083 Court Approves Railway Merger KANSAS CITY (AP) -- A three-judge federal court panel has given a green- light to -a merger of the Illinofsv.Ccntral and Gulf, Mobile ,_0hio railroads. · · ·' :· - , , ; The mcrgor, approved earlier by the Interstate- 'Commerce Commission, .would provide a new company to be known as Illinois Central Gulf Railroad Company. Appeals by .the Missouri Pacific arid Kansas City Southern were dismissed by federal courts in St. Louis and Kansas City. t h e t h r e e-judge panel Wednesday denied Kansas City Southern's appeal lo annul the ICC's order. The commission found the merger would divert approximately $210,000 a year gross traffic revenue from the Kansas City Southern Railway ant! that such losses would "not impair its present strong position or otherwise endanger the oper- in Jackson, Miss., atlon." Officials said the move would also in volve three small Mississippi lines. They are the Columbus and Greenville Railway Co., the Bonhomie and Hattlcsburg Southern Railroad Co., and the Fcrmvood. Columbia Gulf Railroad C o . . · ' . - . The new rail line would serve 14' 'stales between the Great Lakes and the Gulf of Mexico. Some 0.400 miles of roadway would be involved. 1C Industries Chairman. W. B. Johnson ?aid In Chicago the railroads were prepared to merge as soon as they reasonably can. · , ' . · · "The ICC found it in the public Interest. No one challenged merger In . Our coslo- mers support It. All interested parlies have been heard from at great length. We sincerely believe that further appeals or demands (or delay would be un warranted," Johnson said. Alan S. Boyd, president of II linois Central, said the. merger was "unquestionably a major step forward for the 1C and GMO, Hie shippers of both railroads, Ihe roads' territorial neighbors and also the roads' shareholders." ... _ the Democrats who adopted wide-ranging reforms several years ago which resulted in greater repreaen tatlon of women, youth, blacks and other minorities at their N a t i o n a l Convention held last month In Miami Beach. DIRTY- WORD "The Democrats have* made r e f o r m a dirty word," acknowledged Sen, Bill Brock, R-Tenn., a member ot the group pushing for changes in GOP rules. , A Delegates and Organization (DO) Committee created by the 1968 Republican Convention has recommended GOP reforms very similar to those alrea'dy - 1 "" 1 " 1 u " '"- Democrats; for 'youth, Blacks and wofnen as ' con venlion delegates ,,. . . The group of 15 GOP congressional reformers, under the informal leadership of Rep! Thomas Railsback, heldra series of'sessions to come up w i t h their' own proposals which resemble in many respects those of the DO Committee, but which reject the idea of quotas. Instead they urge that the pary take "positive action" to insure wide participation in party affairs by all groups, But .the Railsback group does recommend that convention delegates be divided 50 55 between ,men and women, a position taken at the behest b] Rep, , Margaret Heckler, R Mass, the only woman on the reform, group. Generally the group would b a n restrictive'-'"practices followed by some states In selecting national . convention delegates and would add sex and age to existing party rules b a r r i n g discrimination f n delegate selection: They would e m p o w e r t h e Republican National Committee to come up with a plan to enforce the rules changes.- Two members'of the reform group; Senator Brock and Rep -William' Steiger, R-Wis , are also' members of the Convention Rules Committee which would have to accept the proposed changes. - .GO ALONG Steiger expressed confidence the Rules Comm.itlee ( woujd. go along. If it does not, the fight could go to the convention floor during the opening session August 21 'in Miami Beach The proposals have already been s h o w n to ClarK Mac- G r e g o r , President Nixon's campaign manager, and Railsback said "he had no objection to tnem." However the reformers are not claiming they have Mr. Nixon's support. Meanwhile a n . . anti-reform group claims the proposed changes could "destoryahe Republican Party as we know it today." .'.',. ....,-,That charge was contained in a letter sent his House GOP Snyder, R-Ky., and endorsed by seven others. This involves changing the method of , allocating voting strength to various state delegations, AS ? result of it i recent ,'courl ruling, It ls ex- ! pccted thol larger slates, who i lave been undor-rcprctonlcd in past GOP conventions, will hnvo more clout in t h e , future allocution of delegates. ' Some who favor the status quo have charged that Uio reformers ?re really trying to change the-shape of the 1976 GOP Convention .to blbck Vice President SplrVT. Agnew fioni g e t t i n g ' t h e presidential nomfnaUon. s ' , This Vas flatly denied by Senator BrocK, who said "wo arc not involved fn any dump Agnew rnovement/' a \ Brock- pointed out thai the 15 members of the reform group encompass -a .wide range of phllisophlcal differences within the party; Including con- se'r v a ti v.e s, liberals and moderates. -Whether parly reforms will be adopted at the Miami Convention Is uncertain at this point, However Patty Chairman Robert.., Dole has repeatedly noted $hat the GOP is a minority part and must broaden its base; He says' "we arc' on the threshhpld of becoming a majority party, and this .election might do it." Party reform could attract disenchanted Democrats, and help Dole reach his goal! the merits of the court . proceedings. Welcomed Home ST. I-OU1S (AP) - "I tried to do what any good Mlssourlan. would do," Sen. Thomas F, Engleton told a cheering crowd of about 1,000 welcoming him on his first appearance in his hometown since withdrawing as the Democratic vlc« prestden- 442-6044 Hal nominee. Phone On The Range K e n n e t h Glllis of Dallas, makes a call In a phone booth, while his horse Is (led to a pole. Gillls calls relatives in Stark, La., near Lake Charles, to Inform them that his horse frailer has broken down In East Texas and he Is riding his horse lo Slark which will take -about seven days. (AP WIrephoto) Bulk Tanks Burn MORGAN CITY; La. (AP) -Fire destroyed the storage area of Rio .Fuel early today, but firemen managed to control the blaze before it spread to other neaiby bulk oil tanks No injuries were reported in the fire, which was reported by a passerby shortly after 3 a.m., officials said. Firemen battled the blaze for some two hours before bringing it under control. Fire Chief Alfred Brfzzard said flames were still shooting 40 to. 5Q.feet along the Atchafalaya Bjver \yaterfrent-when the: fire ;vas contained. . . ' . . ' · · ' Brizzard called the blaze the mosT dangerous threat to lives and property-he -could remember, in liis many years as fire chief for Morgan City. he Spacious, Elegant MOBILE HOMES TRAIIWOOD Skunked CARSON CITY, Ncv, (AP) -The Bob Harlaiis say they'ra skunked, literally, in efforts to rid itheir.'neighborhood of "aii- r)Dllution".-crcated by the-pesky biack and white creatures. "I'm not speaking o f j ono little skunk," Harlah'said in a written petition to the '-city Thursday. VI have a neighbor \yho has seven to nine of them living under her shed and sho has the audacity to feed and water them until she has so many they get into a fight to see who is going to be first in the hole under the shed." : And, ' he lamented, "when skunks argue,. they get downright nasty about it and everybody within five city blocks in all directions knows about it."

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