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47-Â«*ot Sol* 47-HtMl NEARlA A Rood piece of Income properly with a gross Income of pc r month. Priced al $32.500, Owner will sell or trade for acreage preferably without improvement*. CALL: HEINEY REALTY CO. Hwy 16 EaÂ»l 442-9236 ELMTAHOC BROIUR FARM 39 acres mortem 7 room home, 3 broiler houses, barn, shop good well ponlj. Fayeltevllle Schools. NICE 3 ROOM COTTAGE on good level lot, eitv utilities walking distance to U ol A. $8.500, HORSE HEAVEN Nice 2 BR home on 7 level acres yard chain link rented. 4 stall barn corral, loading chute, pond Rood shade grass close In. SUBURBAN DREAM HOME Custom built 3 BR brick, located on level acre, double garage 2 full baths, Cully carpeted, large living- room family room, all bullt-fna yon eed, C1I CA. Call for appointment. FAYETTEVILLE REAL ESTATE Office 412-7081 5247 N. College Omer Verwers 442-1 Thelma Culwell 442-' Barbara McCleistor 2S7- J.rry Watson 751-! BY OWSKR. JjKi monthly. Three bedroom brick, rtoublp Barape. c-ciilr.il heat-air Ipnccd, cariwt. 500 Dyer. 751-01T3. 6 47-t*al EÂ«tat*-P6r Sate- COUNTRY GENTLEMANS' DREAM CO-IS W acre .lock f. rm w | lh be.utlful I year old tlone home, central heat ind air, 2 /irtplftce*. full wnent. Live water In every nature excellent fencei and croiÂ« enccs. ULTIMATE IN COUNTRY LIVING SC-996 Practically nÂ«w 5 bedroom horn* with every fÂ«iturÂ« of modern country living, Located on II roll- fnjj acres Just 5 miles from Sprlnc- dale. Sensibly priced with large transferable 8% lean. IDEAL FOR HORSE ENTHUSIAST FA-252 Beautiful 15 acres on blacktop. city water, near Beaver Lake and Just enough trees new fence and borders, Ozark Oowna Raceway. 20 MINUTES FROM lome and Z acres on 11 Highway. deal buvLnes* cite. Split level, 3 Bedroom* and den. utility room, ttachtd larace, 2 porches, 3 car Â·rage ind-or ..hop building with one ret e floor. Patio, Attractive nd wrll kept. City water and natural gat. Price $30,000. Ternu by wnÂ«r. Arc you overlooking (his good buy on Â«6 blacktop highway? Just 2 mile* of Greenland, 4 miles of FayettevlHe. 3 bedroom home, flrc- lace, large front porch, la ;tassÂ«d In back porch. Over 2 ac Everlasting stream. Excellent volume on well. Garage. Excellent ;arden spot. Fayettevllle phone, natural gas Priced at only 111,500. NEWLIN REALTY CO. 639-2522 or *3Â»-225Â» Weil Fork, Arkaraas SPRINGDALE FA-251 Bnsine.i5 Building and Home. On Us acres with city utilities. Large home with 3 bedrooms and den, dinette, utility. Room for offices and/or apartments. Other building and storage. Ideal for retail Â·lore or sninll manufacturinff. Location is goott and buildings are Rood. The price is right at $,15,000. Beaver Lake Special. Waterfront p r o p e r l y at Blue Springs Recreation Area S-oOO pcr acre wilh e. low down p a y m e n t . B e a u t i f u l 11 acre Iracl on blacktop. Open field containing several acres for trLtck gardening and b u i l d i n g site. A brcath1akhiÂ£ view from tills site. Around 1000 feet of frontage on blacktop. Its priced flt S'SflO and owner will finance W. Us q LI Ur a nice deal for Level 3.5 acres south of Fayette- vLlle. ','4 - milt o f f Highway 265. Hardwood timber. $4000 and its yo ii rs. Largo corner lot, wc]l kepi 3 bed- rnom home wilh l'/a baths. Central herit. Tlrick front. All city utilities. Utility room with storagi Cnrnort. Paved driveway. One of the best kept homes in the area. Convenient to u i t h e r Springdale or Fayeltevillc and just a short distance of Ihe Northwest Arkansas P|a/a. Loss t h a n construction cost selling for S1S.OOO. Large FTTA loan can be assumed or will refinance. Call for an appointment. NEWLIN REALTY CO 839-2.22 or 8M-2259 West Fork. Arkansas Nice rolling 15 acres on blacktop with nice 3 bedroom native stone home, good well and loU of trass Worth Ihe money and buyer cay* SELL. SELL. S1ELL. 45 ACRES LEVEL LAND WITH NO IMPROVEMENTS FC-52 Yes. located 5 miles east of Fayetteville, natural gas and road on two sides. Ideal for poultry ranch HOUSE AIN'T MUCH, BUT LOOK AT THOSE TREES FA-249 Yes. older home on 5 tree studded acres in Benton County, all **eded in grass with jrood well and rea nice shop building, road on 2 sides with several outstanding building sites. Price $10,500,00. YOU WON'T FIND BETTER FC-58 Square 40 acres of level land with no improvements, well located in Benton County. New fences all seeded In graÂ«. Road sides 'of property. 'RICED REDUCED $10,000 FOR ONE WEEK On Urea lot. $10.000 FD-27 T83 acres, 100 acres of newly seed cd pasture, new fences lots of marketable timber. Come see us loday. PrkÂ« at f%,000 wilh terms BEACON REALTY CO. Across from AQ Chicken House--Hwy. 71 North Springdale, Arkansas Office Ph. 751-7473 Earl Sherry Brad Wright Gary Jech . . BROKER "Bob" McMillan 751-2959 361-2663 . 751-2196 751-9788 YOU'LL LOVE THE KITCHEN OF THIS 3 bedroom, 114 baths, ceda ranch house with over 1,40C sq. ft. in Butterfield School District. Low 20's. Phone 4425087. EVERYBODY rMdi ttw TTME3 WANT ADS. TOO Â«T*1 GONE out of state and miut sell this ovely four bedroom, two bath den with fireplace, fully equipped kitchen, central heat and air, shag carpet all curtains and drapes and double garage. Private fencec Backyard with gas Rrill and basket- bal court. Buy this one today for W2.900. TRUMBO CO. S21-MM REALTOR MB A RoUlnt Hilli Drive TWO bedroom house, Ivro blocks Irom UtrfA rampu s. 60^2 FnÂ»'o. loi 50 16000. JhonÂ« 4424o69 or 4433T57. ASSUJIK SiJ^ loan rooin b r i c k home, rpfinsn balh, double rar , . , goo4 neirfiborhood- Phone 442- WOMAN'S WOR1D 969 Enjoy admiring gbmccs when you go out in twin capos. Whirl Him the seasons broomstick lace canes -- cro chct over eardlxmrd or ruler Use k n i t t i n j i worsted in t w colors, Pattern %Â»: girls' siÂ» 2-12; misses' 8 18 included. 75 CENTS each pattern -add 2S cents each pattern to first-class mail and spec' handling. Send lo Laura Whcc l e r . Northwest A r k a n s a TIMKS N'ccdlocraft Dcpl., lio 161 Old Chelsea Station, N'ev York. N.V. KJ011. Print Patten Number. Name, Address. Zip. NEW! IOV'1 NccdtecraR C a t a l o covers Hie creative scene -knit, crochet, fashions, em broidery, g u i l t s more! 7o cent NEW! Needlepoint liook . Sl.d basic tissue pattern $1.2 NEW! INlcdlcpoint. Rook . S l . O NEW! Flower Crochet ... 51.0 Hairpin Ciwliet Hook -- Sl.O Instant Crochet Book . . . . SIX Instant Money Book Sl.f Instant Macrame Rook Sl.f Complete Gift Book $!.( Complete Afghans No. 1-1 .$!.( 12 Prize AWums No. 12 50 cent Rook of 16 Quills No. 1 .50 cent Museum Quilt Book No. 2 .. 5 cents IS Quills for Today No. 3 .. i cents Book of 18 J i f f y Rnss ..50 cem A Convenient Sewing and, hopping Guide for Today's Gal on Ihe Go. LIFE WITH FATHER No. %1 and the children will a pleasure m thia family-type home that's near Root School, ft has bedrooms, 2 baths a dining room den with fireplace, central hea and air, plus a large sundeck over looking landscaped back yard. Thi home i* selling for 134,300. Cal 521-T272 or after hours France; Larujham 443-3157. BUY THIS CREEK, THIS CAVE, THE 4.7 ACRES AND THE HOUSE COMES FREE! No. 902 and what a ho use I Al cedar construction, large glasi windows over! ooking a bea ut i (u view. 3 bedrooms, 2 balhs. Thi home is extra-sharp with a Xit chen that you wouldn't believe Large workshop, many large trees m a n y other items too numerous t mention. Only 18 minutes fror FayetteviHc and priced at M6.W7 Call 521-7272, Jerry L-inebcrger. WALLS OF GLASS No. 963 give this ranch-style horn a 20-mile view of countryside. Se on a n acre of ]ush lawns, wi t unbelievable array of shrubs trees, Central heat with two TM tral air units. Living room is Ifix2 dining room is 12x21, front rooi *ith fireplace is 16x21, and maste flroom is 24xl,i. This beautifi ime has been completely rei cd top f o bottom i n c l u d i n g pplianccs. Plus much more. S62.5W; .ill 21-72T2 or a f t e r hours Nadin Iller S21-7473. ECIPE FOR A HAPPY FAMIL' o. 959 t a k e 5 big bedrooms wit rue closets add 2 baths an iparate dining room. Sprinkle wi 1th a bright kitchen and hi ving room. Top It off with wo-atory home with basemen lose to University and you have inner; priced at W-1,995. Ask ee this soon! Call 521-7272 or afte ours Frances Langham 443-3157. OU'LL BE SURPRISED o. 750 whcii you see the be.iut il remodeling job that's bee ne on this older home. Tlin erirooms give the space you nee nd the cenlral heat and air pr ide the comfor( vour family ulres, all for the price of Jli all 521-7272, Lee Ward. OUBLE YOUR PLEASURE lo. 844 with thij roomy duple tent nut both or live in one cnt the other (o reduce your pa ucnt. Good investment proper nrt reasonably priced at 514,00 Call 521-7272 or after hours Nadi liller 521-7473. UMMER ENJOYMENT lo. 741 will be yours al ils be n this 3 to 4 bedroom. 2 ba irick home on 4 acres. Fantasl wimming pool Tor those hot da h e a d , Gold nicdnLlion rlcctr OIIIB. ?Ifi,500. Call 521-272, L Ward. The best home buy*. Before Your Eye*.... PLAY IT COOL in culottc .lial look like a pleated drcs: inlil you .swing i n t o action! Zip .o riallcrine, low waist. Idea in knits for sun, .sporls. Printed P a t t e r n 4629: Alkssr? Sizes 8. 10 12. M, 16, 18. Siz 12 (bust 34) lakes 1W yard 'itich fahric. Send $1.00 for each pattern Add 2i cents for each patter 'or first-class mail and specia intuiting. Send to Anne Adams Northwest Arkansas TIMES 438. Pattern Depl., 243 Wes 17th St.. New York, N.Y. 10011. Print N A M E , ADDRESS. ZIP SIXE and STYLE NUMBER. DOUBLE BONUS! Choose on p a t t e r n fret in New SPRING SUMMER Pattern Catalo*. Get one free pattern printed inside 100 beautiful fashions, all sizes Send 75 cents now. Ncu - ! Sew plus K n i t Book has basic tissue pattern ...il,' Instant Sewing Book $!.( Instant Fashion Book -- tl.O Thousand* of tMj (Mtara win MÂ« rour boss company REALTORS Two Location! ana N. college NW Ark. Flui 521-7272 After 8 p.m. Call Plaza Gallery Â«( 521-7255 PRAIRIE GROVE ^t one block from school new ret bedroom brick, two Mthj, replace, central heat and air, car- tine, lots of extras. Call Carl Â·eves, Builder M3-Z773 or M*- U*il N*ttcÂ« BY OWNER bedroom, 1H b*th*, ou-pcttd, etRtnU r/JÂ»Nt, den with woodburaiac flrepiÂ»cÂ«, lshwÂ»sher, douU* electric ovens. Ehos*i buck yard, convenient to "boo* 4U-2^L or 52L-31M. tb* Uu* *f lkÂ» pMltiWMfi to ut4 land la b*s*4 upon R 'w.iTn.nts' d*fd from John actudcr ami FVoy SctiadÂ«r. ikilH January Â«, 1M7, whk'h oÂ«d has been duly filed the dc*4 rÂ«corli of the Offlct of UM Circuit Oerii and Ei Oftlclo Recorder of WuhlngtoD Cminly, Arkanui, and by advÂ«ne pouetvslon. All persons claiming any Interest In or lltn upon uld land are hereby notified In appear In Mild Court in swld cause* within Four *Â«*ks of the dale ol the- firs, publication ot this Dot Ice and ihow CAUM If any lhÂ«y have, as to why the title to said lands should not be quieted and confirmed in the petitioner* and those clalmlnc under them In tee simpl WITNESS MY hand and Afial on WITNXSS My tanA and A**| on 13 rlay uf June, 1 ALMA KOLUMKYER CKASCERY CLERK 1 By: Ruth BhLpman. D.C, NORTH CAMPUS very attractive horn* on uict, shady street near U. of A, irge tot with beautiful shade e*. 3 BR, Den I ' i Bath*. CH k Near elementary achool. 126,300.; NORTH CENTRAL ozy, 2 Br. pliia home in good area eat and clean, stove and refrlg- rator included, floor furnace heat arporf, lot 55'xlW* w i t h tree*. Ian tings and garden area. Ideal small family or retirement ouple. Price J13.900. VERY NEAT BR home in the Farminjrton area, ar pet Ing, stove refrigerator, air ond It i oners, draperies included. -AtKf loan can be assumed. Many .hade trees. ?15,9GO. WARNING ORDER Ch 74m In tb* Chancery Court of Cotmly, Artt*ns*Â» RJcbard Bowman Plaintiff .' i 'Â· , Vs. Eva DcnJse Bowman Defendant The Defendant, Eva Denis* Bowman, s warned to appear in this court wlthfn .hirly days and answer tb* complain! if ihÂ« PJainllfT la UM abo\t *ntllled Â·ause. Winlew my hand and wal tst this Court this 72 d*y of May, 1974. Alma Kollmeyer Chancery Clerk l) 4Tc 27, I. 10. 17 FaVUCETTE REALTORS 202 N. CoUette Office U2-53SI venlnga and weekend., call: Sobbye Halbrook ylvia ranforth hrlstine Blondeau i. c. Faucette Virginia Bowers Res. 443-2227 Res. 442.* _ Rea. 521-2004 Re*. 442-2277 Res. 442-6305 In the Chancery Court of Washington Counly, Arkansas Kathrya J. Parley Dai: VB. David V. Farley DÂ« Tern The Defendant David V. Hurley is warned to appear In this Court within thirty days and answer the complnlnl ot (he Plaintiff In ib* above entitled 1USC. Witness my hanrt and w?al of Court this 22 day ol May. 1971. Alma KollnMyer, Chancery ClertÂ£ By Kaje Chppell, D.C. alt 4Te 27. 3, 10, 17 30 ACRES PIUS PLUS a beautUul Rustic Wood and Sative Stone Home with about 500 sq. Teet of living space that ncludes a large living room with uge open fireplace, cathedral open learned ceiling and marble trim, , compact efficient kitchen. 2 huge Bedrooms and a large bath. The tome is tastefully done and com- ileteiy carpeted. PLUS a 3 car carport and Â· rustic wood porch-patio attached to the ouse. PLUS 22 acres of open gruEland hat a croasfenced into four *ep- raie pastures. PLUS 8 acÂ«e ticludp mature ither bearing trees. LUS a drilled well, a dug well, . ponds and a crystal clear creek. PLUS a 20'jrfO' (approx.) barn and large machine shed, Â·LITS an excellent corral with oading chute and a steel 'head hule. PLUS Ideally located between Praie Grove and Lincoln 300 feet off ilacktop. IAJS n price of $49.000 30,000 7% assumable loan. 'LUS if you don't hurry someone else will grab this steal and you might miss the opportunity to do In the Cliancery Court ot Wash mi iiinly, Arkanfias wrÂ«e A. Brooke Plait Myria Freeman Brook Dcfcnc The Dereudanl, Myria Freeman Brooke -amed to appear hirty days and aa of the PlalnUtr in i Court p,er the complaint the above entitled and wal of this Court this 21 day ot May. 1974. A!ma Kollmcyer, Chancery Clerk By Ruth Shlpman, D ,C. (Seal) Tc 27, 3. 10, 17 Of timber which alnut, pecan and us,ness i any. th Newlin Realty Com- NEWLIN REALTY CO. 830-2522 or S39-2259 West Fork. Arkansas DEMOCRATS AND REPUBLICANS AGREE The best investment is n home , r own and 1127 Glen Lam the leading candidate for the he of 1he year. This beautiful brick home in Butterfield School district has a lovely courtyard, cedar shake roof 3 bedrooms, 2 bath, formal dining, fully equipped kitchen, den with fireplace. All drapea and cur- la ins, fenced backyard and double garage with automatic door opener. Call today for appointment. REALTOR TRUMBO CO. 521-6800 90S A Hill. Dr. INVITATIONS FOR BIDS The Housing Authority of the City of Fayetteville, Arkansas. vill receive sealed Bids for structures and S i t e Clearance. n c I u d i n g rough grading required for the Center Square Urban Renewal Project, No. Ark. R-105 until July !6. 1974, at No. I North School Street. Fayettevilie, A r k a n s a s , a t which time and place all Bids will be publiclj' o p e n e d and read aloud at 10:00 a.m. Certain selected buildings anrl structures to be cleared arc ocated within a Project Area Munded generally by Spring and Meadow Streets on the North. Block and East Streets on the East, Mountain and Center Streets on the South, and the St. Louis and San Francisco Railroad tracks on the West, as shown on the "Demolition Map 11 which is included in the Contract Documents. (3) 2 storj structures will be demolished by the Housing Authority in this contract. It is anticipated that demolition of all buidings and structures herein referred to will be accomplished within an National Gallery Plans To Display Miniature Portraits WASHINGTON (AP) -- At R Lime when unwieldy, wall-sized paintings arc the Fashion, the National Collection of Fine Arts has arranged an appealing display of more (han 100 portraits In one small gallery. The miniature portrait way extremely popular at the turn of the 19lli century, with the first families of, the fledgling United States clamoring for the work of the country's best min iaturists. The National Collection, the branch of the Smithsonian In stitution which concerns itsel primarily with American art has almost 400 miniatures About a third of them are on display in the newly openec gallery; others are kept cases and may be inspected on request The gallery, paneled in light wood, is no bigger than an apartment living room. In front of the display cases are padded leaning bars so that viewers can get up close. OVAL POPULAR This is essential, since an average miniature may bo roughly 2'/4 by 2 inches -- the oval King the most popular form. Many are smaller, about the size of a quarter, and one European example mounted on a eweled ring is less lhan a half 'neh in height. The miniature was created as i symbol of a personal bond -- ove. friendship or honor -shared by two persons, the subject of the m i n i a t u r e and its owner. The exhibition includes cxai_. ?les of the compelling portrait eyes -- depictions of eyes and nothing more. They were designed to remind the wearer of a bond of intimacy without revealing to an outsider the identity of the sitter. They were often called "win dows of the soul" -- a poignantly poetic term for pictures which may often have sprung from a slightly illicit liaison. Artists represented in the gallery include such well-known painters as George Catlin, Thomas Sully. Henry Inman and three of the Peales -Charles Willson, Raphaelle and James. E. G. MALBONE Less well known is Edward Greene Malbone, described as "our shining slar" by Robin Bolton-Smith, assistant curator of 18th and 19th painting and sculpture who organized the new gallery. Malborne was born ' in Newport. K.I.. a year after the Arkanwi* TtMiS, Men., FJtvrrriviLU, MKAMIA* " Jun* 17, 1974 'Â· 17 BY OWNER OAK MANOR 4 BEDROOMS, 214 BATHS. AIL BRICK. Vi ACRE. PHONE 521-5699. Legal Notices IS THE CHANCBKY COURT OK \VASHL\GTON TOLTNTY, ARKANSAS [t. II. M3I MILLF.P.. Hns .KU wnrt fi'l VIOLET DAISY nnij \Vifc. Ev rarle . N'O. CH 7U93 N'OTICE OK KIl.lN'n OF PETITfON TO QUIET TITLE Nnllre is ln-icly pivcn lhal R. n. .Miller and Victcl lais- M i l l e r have filed a pclL lipn in my office as Clerk of I h e Chan cary Court of \YashinKlon County. A r k a n sas. p-avin? thul thr t i t l e lo the followim ricieribcrt rcfll properly situaleil in U'asli i n K l o n County. ArkansRs. lo-wit: Tnc Kast one-iislf CP3 H ftf the ^irtfieHsl Quarler ( N K ^ ) of Ihe Norlhrasl Quarter I N B ' i t of section :'ix [6). T o v n i M p T h i r t e e n (m North. Riin s o Twcnly-rlfiht i?S ^Vest. h* ciu]ptei1 and confirmed in the Tvtl- lioners ,-iod Ihose c l a i n i i n u under Iheti; in fee simple. Said nv'tition alteces Uiat estimated two (2) months period. Proposed forms of Contract Documents, including Drawings and Technical Specifications. are on file at the office of the -ity of Fayclteville. Arkansas. No. 1 North School Street. Fay- ettevilie. Arkansas. ' Copies of the Contract Documents may be obtained by depositing $20.00 with the Housing Authority of the Cily of Faycttevillc, Arkansas, for each set of documents so obtained. Each such deposit will be refunded if the Drawings and Contract Documents arc returned in good condition within 10 days after bid opening. A certified check or bank d r a f t , payable to the order of the Housing Authority of the Cily of Fayetteville. Arkansas. negotiable U.S. Government bonds, or a satisfactory Rid Bond executed by the Bidder and an acceptable surety, in an amount equal to ten percent (10 per cent) of She estimated cost of Demolition and Site Clear- . . , , Declaration of Independence and died al age 29. in 1R07, hu in his short lifetime pmnlec! portraits of everyone worth doing on the East Coast, Miss Boltnn Smith says. Malhone studied in Loiuioi with Benjamin West and was a friend of another prominent early American artist. Wash ington Allston, HG i.s regarrlei as the country's besL min iaturist, wilh graceful and deli catc tones. Miniature painstaking ance, shall each bid. be submitted with The successful Bidder will be required lo furnish and pay for A BEAUTY JUPLEX -- Two Bedrooma each. arpetÂ«d and draped, completely urnished. Central air -- excellent ocallon. East ol the Library. See for sure. Evening* call 442- HOME SITE Just off 45 Ea*l 118x21-1 LÂ«vel lot "n area of other f i n e hom*Â«. Price s reasonable. LAKE SITE Here is the ideal location for your Minimer home or all year round large corner lot wilh abvindancc of trees, c i t y water, see this for sure- Evening.-; call -112-6640. FOUR BEDROOMS Edge of city limits, Ihis welt kept f r a m e home. Just right for the growing family. Paneled, carpeted, rlraped, shade trees, x a r d c n area Immediate pOMÂ«tiion. Evening! ill S2I-4U8. A GREAT INVESTMENT Close to Square and Dickson Street. Substantial Brick huilclinK favorably leased, PHts two modern Bungalow*. Prked to produce better than average Interest on your money. Evening! call 7W-9734. have jrood Substantial buy em o[ Real Estate. If you want lo sel Home. Business, or Farm be lure to call or come in. We may have juÂ«t thÂ« buyer for your Property FRONTIER REAL ESTATE 521-6700 [DIE MONEY Then put il lo work, We have ust been authorized lo offer this beau- t i f u l Four bedroom home plus three two-bedroom home and a Garage apartment al A very attractive price Sf terms. Close to campus and hospitals. Call \ ' - - n In s-s--112-6640. BIG AS A BARN Here's a xvondcrfully livable house w i t h four bedrooms, Family room Tu'o ceramic baths. Two-car ga- ragc. Privacy fence, back yard. N n r l h of U. of A. Evenings call satisfactory performance payment bond or bonds. and p a i n t i n g was process. Most he Americans worked on crcolor on thin slices of ivory which shone through the pain' o give the portraits a hrillianl ranslucencG. The brush tisct often had only a single bristle The portraits are particular!) vulnerable to fading and w a r p tig. which makes special dis )lay techniques necessary. The National Collection use. a -mixture of specially filterec daylight and artificial lighl l show off the delicacy of colo nd minute handling of details A window seat adds to the pri vate mood. BOTH SIDES There are two free-standini cases in which holh sides of tin miniatures can be seen. M a n 1 of them designed to he worn a: brooches liave such Ihings a seed pearl decorations on' thi back. In addition lo (lie .Americai examples, there arc other painted in B r i t a i n and France in the 17th century. .Many European miniatures were done in an enamel technique on metal backgrounds. In Ihis counlry, later m i n - iatures tended lo become larp- Vandalized This Is Ruben's masterpiece "The Adoration of the Magi," Â»ne of the world's most valuable p H i n f l n g s . Cun.hritlge University aiilhorilics rciiorl- ed Salunhty t h a t flic p a i n f i n g has been dcfiici'd ividi t li e letters "1KA" scratched tieep- ly across ils surface. The 17th century nil slanrts in t h e King's College chapel at tfio English university. IRA stands for (he Irish Republican Arany, a gucr.ilht organlxation. (AP Wireiihoto) Tax Breaks Are In The Works For Retirement Age Citizens By V I V I A N BROWN AP iNcwsfealurcs Writer Â·More communities are prodding lax breaks for the ovcr- i5s and some are taking another look at long-made retirement )lans. For example, does re- irement necessitalc a -move rom the long-time home base? Some may look f o r w a r d any- vay to a new community. The ild neighborhood may have be- :pme too youth oriented; mar- 'ied children may have moved ar away, or older folk may eel lhat following the sun ini- Toves their well-being. On the other hand, many old- r folk do not wish lo 'leave ricnds. churches or m a r r i e d children and grandchildren. The new lax break may give hem the opportunity to remain vhcre they arc. Some towns have frozen axes at current lax rates, insuring no further tax raises for hose over GS who have lived in .he town for a certain number of years. Other towns are dis- :ussing s u b s t a n t i a l reductions .hat may be assured no matter now high the taxc way the m a t u r e homeowner might be able to make il. "The only drawback for may be ( h a l we had hoped to travel when our house was sold," one woman explained If we stay, we will be gkred to the house, barelv wilh - - All elderly people must weigh, too, whether they should sit on their estate -- small or arge. Selling a house and prime furnishings can provide i nest egg. They can get a good ax break if they sell their louse and buy another. In t h a t event they can enjoy the travel 'hey want, perhaps even rcn- .ing out their house on occasions when they plan long trips. One couple weighed the idea of selling an old family house, nit t h e i r daughter loved il and he f a m i l y heirlooms so she made them a proposition. 'Mortgage- the house and I'll meet the payments." That way hey would have . money to spend and they would still'have :he house in their lifetime. They had willed it to their daughter. , "In a was r the town lax break has complicated our lives." said one man. "If we didn't have the opportunity to take advantage of such a deal we might have planned to move away, perhaps closer to one of our children. But I guess no 'matter how you look at it, Ihern is no place like home sweet home." Protest Sears nouse, barely mana-in- ,, L1TTLE R O C K (Ap) ~ Mcm ' our Social Security "and'' ers of t h D Committee for Con- pension. There w i l l fe~ little sln]1er Legislation protested Scars' efforts against legisla- travel, if any. And there are all sorts of u n k n o w n q u a n t i t i e s -automobile repairs or house repairs -- lhat might be needed. LITTLE TO DO In their town there is little for older folk to do, and they do have the urge- to move about. But they feel the house market may be shaky and it may he a lion lo establish a federal Consumer Protection Agency Saturday. Committee members dis- Iributed leaflets in front of a Sears d e p a r t m e n t store here a j part of a n a t i o n a l protest by local consumer groups and the Federation of Amer- n for details. Eve- STOP LOOKING! TMi ii II! Owner moving. Hund- some Hacienda. Three 9pÂ«c[OUi bedrooms. Attractive Kitchen with bar. pn\:n and Bar-Re-Que on level lot N o r t h of U. of A. Great terms. Call evening! 521-5SM. 2 MJIVATE OFFICES Reception room plus IarfÂ« vtoraft. Gcort downtown location. C*ll u* MINI-FARM A CrÂ«fjl clear spHng-ftd Â»trÂ«*m now* Ihroujth Ihi* farm year round. Twenty level acre* in rescue -- balance timber, One yÂ«ir o]ri SteeMruiKd automatic Broiler home. Four bedroom modern home Close- in West of FayettÂ«vH(e Â«n Blacktop, Call tu for appointment to MÂ« It. Evening call M2-M4*. Attention is called to the fact that not lass than the minimum er, wilh more salaries and wages as set forth m Ihe Contract Documents must be paid on this project, and t h a t the Contractor must ensure that employes and applicants for employment are not discriminated against because of t h e i r race, creed, color, or national origin. The Housing A u t h o r i t y of the City of Fayetteville. A r k a n s a s reserves ihe right to reject anv or all B i d s or to waive anv informalities in the bidding Bids may be held by the Housing Authority of the Citv of Kaycltcvillc. Arkansas, for a period not to exceed thirty (30) days from (he date of opening of Bids for the purpose of reviewing the Bids and investigating the qualifications of the Bidders, prior to mvarrlin* of (he Contract THE HOUSING AUTHORITY ._ _ . OF THE CITY O F F A Y E T T E V I L L E ARKANSAS By Carl Whillock _ . , Title Chairman Date .lune 13, 1974 2Tc 17. 1 opaque paints. Many later examples arc rectangular rather t h a n oval and rather than being worn on the person they were hung on the wall or displayed on tabletops Like most other branches of portrait painting, the whole art good time lo sell if they w a n t to,"' -*Â·Â·Â·Â· realize a good price. Iconstimi I h c y would buy a l i t t l e house ,,... m a low-cost area -- low heal, j ,, . ,, ,. , . no car requirement. They! * r o " C n w a "' director of Ar- would keep enough invested s a j k a n s a s Consumer Research and they could afford occasional j the committee spokesman said .\nnlhÂ£ r Â° nC b \ fi ' B i'' a i Ki Â°"Â°- lht l c i l f l c t s ul 'S cti c i t i z c n s 10 -knottier couple had enter- Â· lained Ihe idea of retiring lo[ w r l l e t h c l r Um ' tcl1 stales sena- Europc where so-me f r i e n d s ! o r s tÂ° express support for -such live. Hut they are being t o l d [ a consumer agency. The leaflets also called 0:1 the citizens lo urge the senalors la there is little m o n e t a r y advantage right now; I h i n g s arc go- up slowly but surely, Somei " ---a- -- -- counlries are out of sieht p v r n ' v Â° t R 1Â° cnr l a filibuster planned Tr,^ I I , ] I , . H ' - ' I - , , I . . , , ,, for the well-heeled. "We will not miss it, because we fell a bit uneasy ahotit going away. If illness strikes 1 think you'd rather he on f a m i l - iar lerrilorv.'' declined sharply after the advent of pholography around 18-iD, 1015N, College ra REALTOR 442-6446 Doug Hartley Bill laÂ»nby ...... 521-5833 Les Davis ........ 521-4448 Arthur Clork .... 751-9724 The Board Meet Set The Board of Governors ot Washington Regional Medical Center will meet Â«t 7 p.m. Tuesday in Ihe library conference room. Girls State ELK1NS -- Nancy Thomas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. K. O. Thomas of Klkins High School, has returned after attending Girls S t a l e a t Camp Robinson last week. Legislation Hit LITTLE HOCK .... southwest region of the N a t i o n al Association of Housing -niti Redevelopment Officials ' S u n nay night condemned a ver- of the 1974 national housing I rlation wtiicli the llousr ,,, Jieprcsentalivcs is scheduled to vote on T h u r s d a y . The nroup. which is m e c t i n nei'c. said the measure \v;is inadequate. The Senate already hcis passed a version of the s?. called Heller Communities Ael which the association said was p r e f e r a b l e lo the shortened am changed version under consid erallon by ihe House. The group said t h e House hii represents a wide dispersioi and diffusion of the limiiei funds available for communit development. ft said the hil] would result in many cities "lowering their 'n cal taxes w i t h no e f f o r t iiiadi (o house t h e i r moderate am low income f a m i l i e s and no ef fort made in e l i m i n a t e s l u n and blighted areas." The purpose of the legislation is lo e l i m i n a t e grants t h a t mus be applied to specific project and replace t h e m w i t h block grants that have few specific? tions on how they must be ap plied by states and localities. Thai couple was |by the h i l l ' s opponents. Cowan said. Tiie committee is an ad hoc g r o u p w i t h members from throughout Arkansas. "It is hard for us to under- bothered, slant! why Sears, a store that oo, lhat they wouldn't he able!prides itself on customer rein- o shake such t h o u g h t s even!lions, u'oiild t a k e such an mili- hougb they'd been told by t h e i r I customer stand by actively lob- :hi]drcn they would be "unly a [hying a g a i n s t the establishment et ride away." "of the agency," Cowan said. DENNIS THE MENACE By Kctchom f , FOR A IffljA WDS THAT fMKW yET." "' '