Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 29, 1972 · Page 7
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 7

Pampa, Texas
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Thursday, June 29, 1972
Page 7
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I PAMPA DAILY NEWS Thursday, June 29, 1972 •JT -j -j- PAMPA. TEXAS 6«th YEAR Thursday, Jun Land Investment Exhibit Prospectus Available To Artists ^-S~« A -« 4B A ^*m^j A » Horoscope Guidelines Given FRIDAY, JUNE » BIRTHDAY TODAY: This '.r, * year to get out of 1 whatever grooves you've let yourself settle into. Abandoning bad habits as preliminary } to self-improv- ment programs gets you started. Today's natives find home life important, are fre* quently. gifted teachers who themselves live by what they teach. Aries (March 21-April It]: Competitive noises intrude. Do as little as current conditions permit. Any interesting tile you tell cornea back unrecognizable. Tanrus (April 20-May 20): New friends seem destined to complement your talents but eventually confuse all your affairs to the point that you must leave them and change. Gemini (May 21-Jnrn 2tJ: Most of the day is routine and somewhat uninspiring. There's a reward for sticking it out. Change direction for the evening. Cancer [June 21-July 22]: Technical advice shows you more sides to the situation than your feelings had led you to believe. Gather energy for a later effort. Leo I July 23-Aug. 221: You will possibly spot some weakness in your financial planning. It will be a while before you see what should be done to correct it. Virgo [Aug. 23-Sept. 22]: Whatever you are most sensitive about is most likely to attract curiosity. Be nonchalant, carry It off with supreme pois* and few words. Libra |Se»t. 23-<*t. 221: A congenial mood adds little to your efficiency. Keep things simple to get thru the day. Evening hours are for entertainment. ScorBfe I Oct. 2l-N«v. 21]: Emotional concerns tend to overbalance most other subjects, and it's just as well. Creative Ideas force changes, abandonment of projects. Sagittarius I Nov. 22-Dec. 211: The exploration stage of dealings yields surprising information, or if it doesn't, the suggestion is that you've missed something. Capricorn (Dec. 22-J«n. l»l: If you have to do anything serious now, take it as a trouble-shooting job, make notes of provocative ideas for future application. Aquarius |Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Your steady effort is appreciated, not overly amusing to you, quite difficult if you balk or skip important chores. Pisces (Feb. It-March 21): Personal relations, in and out of the home, practically sparkle with excitement, readjustment, perhaps abrupt surprises. To remove discoloration from a pyroceram or glass coffee pot, fill with a liquid chlorine bleach solution and let stand overnight. To make the solution, use one part bleach to eight parts water. There's an increase in advertisements of lake lots, wilderness lots and speculative land investments," noted Mrs. Bonnie Fowler of the Texas Agricultural Extension Service at Texas A&M Univesity. "If you're considering the purchase of land for a vacation or retirement home or as an investment, there are some guidelines to keep in mind." The home management specialist suggested making a personal visit to the land to sec for yourself the condition of the site. Find out what facilities, utilities and roads are there. Ask if water and electric power facilities are available at reasonable costs. Does the management permit septic tanks? Be" sure to check on recreational facilities. If the land developer advertises a golf course, swimming pool, boat marina or other recreational activities, find out the status of these items. Ask if they're still in the "early planning stages." Find out exactly when they'll be completed. Be careful of buying land for a retirement home in an isolated area. Discover the distance to stores, medical care, banks, churches and other public services. How close are neighbors? Many lots have been sold in remote and desolate deserts, mountains and swamp areas. Mrs. Fowler explained that passage of a federal law cuts down on land sale fraud by requiring sellers to provide information about the land. • Under the Interstate Land Sales' Full Disclosure Act. the .land developer who offers SOOfmore unimproved lots for sale and advertises across state lines ^ must file a statement of record' containing detailed information about the property with the Office of Interstate Land Sales Registration, U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Washington, D. C. 20411. This report must be filed before the land can be offered for sale. The act also requires sellers to provide prospective buyers with a property report containing information needed by the consumer to'make a decision whether or not to buy. The report includes information on the availability of water, electricity, sewer service and recreational facilities. The report must also include information regarding the existence of liens on the property, the type of title the buyer receives and the distances to nearby communities over paved and unpavedroads? "Study the property report carefully before making a decision," advised Mrs. Fowler. "The law requires the buyer to give you a copy of the report at least 48 hours before you sign the contract." When buying land, avoid, being misled by a "free" lot offer. Many real estate promoters offer "free" lots in development sites as a lure to sell land often fees, charges or other strings are attached to getting these lots. Stylish Terry Cotton terry is an easy-to- care-for, comfortable fabric that has been making summer . appearances for many yeaYs. But this year's version is one of the best. It's a floor-length dress with round neckline and a slit straight up to the thigh. Terry's back but in better style. The prospectus for the Dallas Museum of Fine Arts' 19th Southwestern Print and Drawing competition his been mailed to artists In a seven-state region. The print and drawing exhibition will be held at DMFA from October 7 through November 5. Following the Dallas closing, the exhibit will tour a circuit of 10 colleges and universities through December, 1*73 Any tourist who has been a legal resident of Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma or Texas for one year or more is eligible. Artists who wish to enter the event, but do not KROEHLER TRADE IN SALE UP TO '130.00 FOR YOUR SOFA, '40.00 FOR CHAIR -»^« . - REGULAR PRICE SOFAS PRICE WITH TRADE COLONIAL SOFA IN NYLON FLORAL REG '329.50 NOW '249.50 COLONIAL SOFA IN DARK GOLD PRINT REG '329.50 NOW '249.50 COLONIAL SOFA IN GREEN HERCULON REG '329.50 NOW '249.50 COLONIAL SOFA IN BEIGE FLORAL REG '369.50 NOW '269.50 COLONIAL WING BACK SOfA, BUST TWEED REG '319.50 NOW '239.50 COLONIAL FIGURED NYLON SOFA REG '359.50 NOW '269.50 SPANISH SOFA, RED/GOLD VELVET REG '439.50 NOW '329.50 TRADITIONAL GOLD VELVET SOFA REG '459.50 NOW '329.50 fUAIDC REGULAR TRADE WriMIIO PRICE . PRICE GOLD NYLON WING CHAIR REG '129.50 '89.50 GOLD PRINT LOUNGE CHAIR REG '99.50 '69.50 IEIGE/GOID NYLON ROCKER REG '169.50 * 129.50 CONVENIENT MONTHLY PAYMENTS / PAYMENTS ON SOFAS FROM M 3.00 PER MONTH receive a prospectus, are urged to contact the museum for entry forms. There is an entry fee of |2 per artist. A total of two entries in any media may be submitted, with works done in class or under instruction not elibible. Entries for the exhibition, which will be juried by Garo Antresian of the Tamarind Institute. University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, must be received at the museum between 10a.m. and S p.m. from Friday, August 25 through Friday, September 8. No Saturday or Sunday acceptances. Works shipped by any bus line will not be accepted as the museum cannot provide transportation from terminal to the museum. All print and drawing media are eligible except monoprints. Works must be matted, not to exceed 28 x 34 inches outside dimensions, and must not be framed. Mats shoudl have rigid cardboard backing, hinged at the top only, but not sealed as the pieces will be covered with heavy acetate by DMFA and then sealed. Purchase funds and awards will be available and awarded by the juror. All entries will be considered eligible for purchase unless otherwise indicated by artists on the entry blank. A 10 per cent commission will be deducted by the museum making the sale. Accepted entries will be insured by the Dallas Museum of Fine Arts while on exhibition and on circuit. Accepted entries will remain with the exhibition until the close of the circuit in January, 1974, at which time they will be returned to the artist prepaid. Rejected entries will be returned prepaid as soon as possible after judging or may be picked up by hand between September 21 and 30 or October 30 through November 3. Heat drained canned whole white onions in butter in a skillet and add a tablespoon or so of dry white vermouth. DUCKWALL'S New Summer HOURS STARTING JULY 1st. BANKAMERICARD 9:30 to 8:30 REPELLENT Girls' Keeps mosquitoes away. 7Oz CHARCOAL lOLb C 58 PORTABLE GRILL Compact 12" diameter grill with three cooking positions. Ready for an active summer. Cotton prints or solid colors. 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