Â· N*HkwMl AriumMt TMMS, IWt., May 23, W4 47- Â·I irtoln fm Sate 47-HUal Dial* fm SoU- HOUSE FOR SALE Jreoi Woodland Jr. Kith, i j r s l pitto and Â«u*Â»n plot, . mÂ«ndly iKlfhborlwod on Â· quirt conveniently looted foi C2.7IO by owner -- Call Kl-t77Â» Â»T OfTHP.1t Â· Â« BTW.. TAXtLTROOM, m RATHP, CENTRAL AIR, JVIXT CARPETED. IMS ES.). KT, 2 VKAR OLE RANCH. nr-AD-KND CUb DB HAC, Â·* ACRE 40 TREES .Cl-OSr, TO riVE- L.YK KLLK, ROOT SCHOOU PHONE sai-nai Â· WOOOEO CORNER LOT Xurljr '/, icre. WÂ«ll locatrd wtth- Â«Â· Wllkln* dirtanc. of schools nd University, pour bedroom. 2li Mtra, Urln* : room, dining mom. Â»-Â· deni woodbumini fireplice. Â·lull office, *mplÂ« storage STMS. Concrete pitlo. oentrsl heit ind Â·tr, full kitchen. Approximately 2200 Â»q. ft. noor apace. Available knmMlatelr. M2-4OT7. M1DDU FORK FARM One Â« the finul firms on the Wfclte River. Home, barn*, outbuildings, fenced crocs fenced. Mat. caa. ..ARRETT-FINCHER 521-1929 FOR THE YOUNG FAMILY JjÂ«e this 3 Br. 1 bath home near the University. When your familj outgrows It. use it for a lecond Income aa a rental. tl2.SOO.00. Cai: Jo Dodton. 751-7537. FREEMAN REAL ESTATE 16)7 N. College - 521-6300 BOOGER COUNTY Â«0 ACHES. NO IMPROVEMENTS NEAR THE UPPER PART OF BALL, CREEK. ONLY W.400 CALL HEINEY REALTY CO. Hwy 16 EaÂ»t 4X2-9236 NEW HOME ThreÂ« bedroom, atone and frame with stone fireplace, carpets throughout, dlahwaaher and other extras, two car garage. *1 down to veterans. nÂ» down FHA. By build Â«r. Phone BS-Z879. BA 117 -- S BR home in "mint condition" baa central heat and 3 window units lor your year-round comfort. Ldrge LR and dlninf area in kit. Can he bought furnlsh- ed or unfurnished. 119,750 or 120,750. For an appt. lo see call Shannon Martin at 521-1300 or nitea, BAKER ASSOCIATES REALTORS 1618 N. Colleg* REALTOR SJ1-1300 CLEAR CREEK H I L L S New restricted subdivision offering you country living on small woodec acreages enjoy the seclusion o your own few acrea In a lovely area overlooking valley view. Close to Spring-dale. Mall and bypaes *2*TC up. Phone 4*3-3SÂ». OPEN UNO . acres Priced Right . , . ONLY tH.7M.oo. Let Buddy Brattlon ahow you this place to-day. BARRETT-FINCHER 521-1929 2 broiler houaea totaling 17.000 ca paclly, m acrea with 20 acres tame fraaaes. 3 ponds, creek. Buy with or without Mobile Home Priced without at J36.100. Qualified buyer can buy with less than 13% down. NEWLIN REALTY CO. 839- 252 J or Â«39-22Â» West Fork. Arkansas Legal Notice*-- CONSIDERATE IAW ENFORCEMENT P E E V Y is the Man NOTTCB TO PROSPFXn\ r E BIDDERS The City of Fnyeltevflle. Arkansas w TCjrt sealed bids until 10:00 a.m. i May 23 for Bid No. 260 rr hay balli rights on certflln portions of the La' Faye(t*vi11Â»? property. Hlrl Torms n\ conlr^cl rfocumenls may be oMatner Trom Ihe City Manager's OTIlce [n th City Administration B u i l d i n K on Wes Mountain Street. Th* Cily reserves thi riuhl In Hcrepl or reject any or al bids or part* of blrfs, (n waive formal I fn the bidding, and lo make a irrf deemed to be In thÂ« best Interei of the Ctiy. David McWethy AdmfnEslnUv* Assistant lie 23 Scholar Sheila McWhorter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles M c W h o r t e r , Is recipient o( a s c h o l a r s h i p f r o m the University of. Arkansas. She plans to major in chemical engineering. A senior at Fayetteville H i g h School she has been a member of Foturc Hornemakers at America Ihe school chorus. Peppers, MU Alpha Theta and the National Honor Society. DENNIS THE MENACE Grant Awarded For Philadelphia Prosecutor Florida Prosecutor Won't Press Charge TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) - Florida Atty. Gen. Robert Shevin said Wednesday he would not appeal a judge's ruling throwing out a misdemeanor charge against Sen. Edward Gurney, R-Fla. T h e one - count indictment h a d charged Gurney with an election law violation. Sheven said he had determined that either he or Leon County State Atty. Harry Morrison could appeal the ruling but he said chances for success ot an appeal were slight. Morrison announced Mondaj that he did not plan to appeal the decision ot County Judge Charles McClure that the indictment was "fatally defec tive" and that the law on which it was based is unconstitutional. TEXARKANA, Ark. (AP) -Five South Arkansas newspapers owned by WEHCO Media, Inc., today endorsed "ormer Gov. Orval E. Faubus 'or the Democratic gubernatorial nomination. T h e editorial endorsing i'auhus cited Lt. Gov. Bob Riley's health and David Pryor's lack of executive experience as one of the reasons for choosing Faubus. WEHCO Media, Inc., has newspapers at Texarkana, Hot Springs. El Dorado, Magnolia and Camden. The Arkansas Democrat at Little Rock is also owned by the firm, but spokesman for the Democrat said the paper would make no endorsement in a statewide race in Tuesday's primary. JCPenney Reg. 119.95 Sat* 99.99. 10" x 7' suburban gambrel roof steel storage building. Hot dipped galvanized foundation and structural supports. Double doors slide easily on nylon slides. Handles can be padlocked. Ribbed, overlapping roof and wall panels. Over 6' ol interior headroom. Save $80.00 Reg. 479.99. Sale 399.99 JCPenney 7 HP ride-on mower. Has new low-tone muffler, electric start, 34" cut. Optional equipment available. Save $20.00 Sot. Â»9.9Â» 3*/i HP cast ttuminum mower with 21" deck. Adjustable height of cut Controls on handle. Stop 94 Mom !*Â·*Â»., hi. 9-5:30 Tim., W*d., Sot. WASHINGTON (AP) - The federal Law Enforcement Assistance Administration approved a . 1305.000 g r a n t Wednesday to Pennsylvania to help set up a special prosecutor's office to investigate corruption in the Philadelphia police department. The grant was approved by Donald E. Santarelli. head of LEAA, alter a request from the office of Pennsylvania Atty. Gen. Israel Packer in late March. Packer's request came short-' ly after release of a report on a 20-month investigation by t h e Pennsylvania Crime Commis sion, which said it had enough evidence to indict 125 police of ficers and information that could lead to the dismissal of 300 others. The investigation of the police department has been criticized by Philadelphia Mayor Frank L. Rizzo, the city's former police commissioner and a leading Democratic supporter rf President Nixon in 1971 The prosecutor, already Â« work, is Walter M. Phillips Jr.. former assistant U.S. attor- ey in New York ELECT B I L L H U R R A Y SHBttFF for Washington County Psks lor iy citiiem 'Â»' Â«inÂ»y leÂ». Jlelvin Psbner. ' .I MkSHT Hussman Chain Backs Faubus The editorial said that, unlike many politicians, Fauljife had been willing to take a stand on important issues. "He is ap preaching today's problems with positive programs and of fering a sound platform which could uplift the state into an era of greater prosperity," the editorial said. "B'or a state at or near the bottom of the economic ladder, Arkansas needs a chief executive with the combined talent of being able to get new business while fostering that, which we already have," the editorial said. "These are some of the known quantities about Orval Fai]bus that we feel distinguish him from the-other two candidates for the Democratic nomination and'make him the best choice for governor." WHAT IS FIRST FEDERAL UP TO? Up to TVV Interest on Four Year Certificates of Deposit. 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