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47-t«al htert-For SoU «7-*e«it trtat-for Sale HOUSE ACREAGE NEAR BUTTERFIEID Urn Mn- 4 twroom wltt centra) hf«l, lircrvlaw, mafly trwi In yard -a to* with aimlltr houae, in* tarn. WBi .pprex. 7 aem. n»,soo. W i t k ·IWJ ls *cTM» WO.OW. On Old Wir. I!J. Hoasti mil rent tor 1300 · month. Phone 411*713 after 5:00. STOP LOOKING! Thta l III Owner moving. Hind- tome Hacienda. Three Spacious bedroom. Attractive Kitchen with bar, paho and Bar-Be-Que on level lot North of U.'ot A. Great term*. Call «venlnga 521-M33. FRONTIER ESTATE | ^College Company REALTOR Bill Larenby 521-5833 Let Davis 521-4448 Doug Hartley 442-6446 Arthur Clark 751-9724 .· Specializes in Calm, Dignified Real Estate Sales for Home Loans FHA-VA CONVENTIONAL Call C. R. BATES 521-3325 2 BEDROOM house ,1V4 balhs in Prairie Grove. Near downtown, ijuiet relslibor- hood. Call 846-3SS3. _ 1972 CMC SPRINT PICKUP with CAMPER In excellent condition. Wheeler Motor Co. . PHONE 443-3458 LiJ - 3244 N. College d .. (Highway 71 North) 2 DUPLEXES VERY NICELY SITUATED ON AN EXCEli^ENT IjOT IN A CHOICE LOCATION -- THEY ARE OF EXCELLENT QUALITY II* EVERY WAY -- DESIGNED AND BUILT FOR LOW MAINTENANCE AND TO YIELD AN ATMOSPHERE FOR QUALITY LIVING -CENTRAL HEAT ANT AIR -TWO BEDROOMS IN EACH UNIT. 2 UNITS OF OVER 1,000 SQUARE FEET AND TWO UNrra OF OVER 900 SQ. FEET. GARAGES PLUS PAVED DRIVE AND PARKING AREA. THESE ARE PRICED' BELOW CONSTRUCTION COST AND IN ABSOLUTELY TOP CONDITION -- IF YOU CAN FIND ANY. NEED FOR REPAIRS ANYWHERE WE WILL HAVE OUR EYES CHECKED FOR WE COULD NOT. IF YOU WANT SOME QUALTTY RENTALS FOR A GOOD PRICE CHECK THESE -- SORRY YOU MUST BUY BOTH FOR WE CAN FIND NO REASONABLE WAY TO S'ELL THEM SEPARATELY. CALL B. A. SHAMRI.IN -OFFICE 53I-IOX) -- AFTER 5, 442-SJJ6. boss company REALTORS Two Location* UOO N. College NW Ark. Plui 521-T2T2 After C p.m. Call Plara Gallery «t 521-T2T5 HOME SITE Just off 45 East llSxZU Level lot in area of other fine homes. Price Is reasonable. FRONTIER REAL I IJlOlS N. ESTATE I f^ College Company ^iJ 521-6700 REALTOR "Bill" Lazenby 521-5833 Les Davis 521-4448 Doug Hartley 442-6446 Art Clark 751-9724 WOMAN'S WORLD QUICK! Crochet an airy f l a r e dress, with velvet beading, o 3-ply fingering yarn. Just two identical pieces in lacy, easy-to-memorize pattern stilch. Girls love see thru breeze-thru flare, Pattern 744 sizes 2, 4, 6 included. , 7S CF.NTS each pattern add 25 tents each pattern for first-cta'S mail and specia handling. Send to L a u r a VVheele- Northwest Arkansas TIMES, 450, Necdlecraft Dept. Box 1S1, Old Chelsea Station New York, N. Y. 10011. Prin' Pattern Number, Name, Ad dress, Zip. NEW! 1974 Needlecraft Cala log covers the creative scene .-- knit, crochet, fashions, cm ·broidery, quilts, more! 75 cents NEW! Sew plus K n i t Book has basic tissue pattern · · . . . . . $ ] . » NEW! Needlepoint Book ..Sl.OO NEW Flower Crochet . ...$I.O Hairpin Crochet Book .... Jl.OO Instant Crochet Book .. ..$1.00 Instant Money Book jl.Oi Instant Maerame Book ....Sl.Oi Complete Gift Book .......$1.00 Complete Afghani no. 14 ..Jl.OO 12 Pri« Afghans no. 12 SO cent! Book of 16 Quilts no. ! .50 cents Museum Quilt Book no. 2 ....5P cents 15Quflt» for Today no 3 50 cents Book of II Jiffy Rug» . .SO cents A Convenient Sewing and hopping Guide for Today's Gal on the Go. P r i n t e d Pattern 4785 Women's Sizes are 34 (38-inc bust with 40-inch hip); 36 (·' bust, 42 hip); 38 (42 bust, ' hip); 43 (44 bust, 46 hip); 4 (46 bust, 48 h i p ) ; 44 (48 bus 50 hip); 4« (50 bust. 52 h i p ) ; 48 (52 bust, 54 hip; 50 (54 bus 56 hip. Send $1.00 for each pattern Add 25 cents for each pattern for first-class mail and specia handling. Send to Anne Adam Northwest Arkansas TIMEF 438, Pattern dept., 243 West nt St., New York. N. Y. 1001 Print NAME, ADDRESS. ZIP SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. DOUBE BONUS! Choos one pattern free in Ne SPRING-SUMMER P a t t e r Catalog. Get one free patter printed inside. 100 beautifi fashioni, n iizei. Send 75 cm now. New! Sew plus Knit Book -has basic tissue pattern ...$!.: Instant Sewing Book · · . . . . t t . i Instant Fashion Book .. .$!,( --T "~Jt 7Ht«o1 Ertcrte-fer Salt 7-Keal Eitato-for Sol* Presents ... The Fine Art of Home Buying APP1NESS I S . . . . o. 93« thto 3 bedroom 2 bath rick home on a half-acre that is ntirely fenced! Yard area Includes orm cellar and large garden spot. IK close to good fishing. (24,500. all S21-7212 Lee Ward. HE OUTCOME IS INCOME o, 90* with' these completely remodeled (inside and out) rental nita. The house U located on a oubJe-sized corner lot. so there plenty of room to build addl- onal units. Low r a t e on assum- ble loan. (39,000, Call 521-7272. RIVACY GAIORE o. 910. A new 2 bedroom home ith modern kitchen, carpet* and replace plus five acre.). Beautiful ttie waterfall visible Irom the door. Clear Creek on the ear. All this for J22.750 and only x miles from the bypass! Call 21-7272 or after hours John Slifer ·51-2029. XCEUEMT SHELTER OR INVESTORS o. 947 Beautiful *-unit apartmenl uildlng, brick veneered, about 8 ears o l d , Nicely furnished Includ- ng window air conditioning With- n walking distance of campus ant 1 Kipping, Must see to appreciate all 521-T272 or after hours Forresl (rake 521-1725. URNISHED )R UNFURNfSHED 'o. 737 Take your choice with this Dacious 3 bedroom home with ·autiful builWns. $29,975 includes he owner's attractive furniture nd *28,?50 If you already have our own furnishings. Call 521- f272 or after hours John Slifer 51-2029. The beat home" buy** Before Your Eye*.,.. GENE WASHBURN Specializes in Calm, Dignified Real Estate Sales for BY OWNER: acre Prairie Grove, ^i acre Ir garden with raspberries, blackber riej strawberries, chicken house storm cellar. 6 room house, ne' nterior paint," attached garage $I«,500 with terms. Phone U3-545I NEW three bedroom hoase, lust compte ed, l',4 balhs, CHrporl, covered pall 'ully carpeted. J18.000, firwncirvjl aval able. I-arge lot kwatH doK in on Hw 16 West. Phone 267-3223. 4 ACRES, good 2 bedroom. 7 mill HunlvlHe. pond, drilled well, rentloi weXxime. Glenn Hanson, RL 1, Wesle; Ark. 72773. 501-790-2600. 1972 240-2 23,000 actual mil«, fqu speed, air conditioned. Wheeler Motor Co PHONE 443-3458 KtJ 3244 N. College ·§ (Highway 71 North) 7-Keat t»tat» for Sal* LOCATION, LOCATION, ' LOCATION ' : THE EXCELLENT CONSTRUCTION OF THIS HOUSE IS APPARENT BEFORE YOU ENTER. LOCATED FIVE MINUTES FROM MOST ATfY- WHERE. THIS BRICK HOME HAS MANY ADVANTAGES. HAS BEEN A DWELLING AMD APARTMENT COMBINATION AND WITH LITTLE TROUBLE COULD BE A FOUR BEDROOM HOME. YOU WILL FIND A LARGE- LIVING ROOM WITH FIREPLACE. ADJOINING SUN ROOM, THREE BEDROOMS. TWO BATHS, TWO KITCHENS, BREAKFAST RtXXM AND A !ARGE BASEMEN..T -- EXCELLENT FOR A CHIL- DRZN'S PLAY ROOM AND HOBBY SHOP. CENTRAL HEAT AND EVEN A GARDEN SPOT. IF LOCATION; SPACE AND CONSTRUcmON ARE IMPORTAT TO YOU. -CALL VIRGINIA BRISTOW -- OFFCE 5?1-*100 -- AFTER S CALL 412-5^7. FOUR BEDROOMS _ _ _ e of city limits, this well kept rame home. Just right for the jrowln* family. Paneled, carpeted !raped, shade trees, garden area mmediate possession. Evenings all 521-4448, FRONTIER College REAl ESTATE Company WALTOB Doug Hartley ____ 442-6446 Les Davis ....... 521-4448 Arthur Clark ..... 751-9724 'Bill" Lazenby ---- 521-5833 VA NO MONEY DOWN Ve have several homes from $14,· 00 to $23.500 that can be financec W c ,'a VA. If you qualify for veteran's financing, let us show you he low cost way to own a home Tames Freeman 521-*300 or 521- T088. FREEMAN REAL ESTATE WAITOB 1617 N. College 521-6300 FOR THE YOUNG FAMILY See this 3 br 1 bath home near he University. When the family outgrows it you can have a second income from rent. $12,^00 lames Freeman 521-6300 or 521"088. FREEMAN REAL ESTATE BEAUOR 1617 N. College 521-6300 LIVE IN ONE SIDE Rent the other to make the -pa ment. There is also a 2 br. house the deal. See it at only 521,500 Jo Dodson J21-G300 or 751-7537. FREEMAN REAL ESTATE BEAUOfi 1617 N. College 521-6300 FOR THE INVESTOR 2 practically new brick duplex* CH-CA, stove, Refrlg. Excellent In vestment at only 127,500 each. Ja Freeman 521-6300 or 521-7088. FREEMAN REAL ESTATE 1617 N. College 521-6300 A GREAT INVESTMENT Cldie to Sq ua re an d Dick so Street.- Substantial Brick building favorably leased. Plus two moden Bungalows. Priced to produce bet ter than average Interest on you money. Evenings cal! 751-972-1. We have good, Substantial buyer of Real Estate. If you want to sc Home. Business, or Farm be sur to call or come In. We may hav just the buyer for your Propertj FRONTIER REAL I 1^1015 N. ESTATE lljCollege Company "---521-6700 ·Bill" lazenby 521-583 Les Davis 521-444 Doug Hartley .... 442-644 Arthur Clark 751-972 OPEN HOUSE 2085 WINWOOD DR. SATURDAY SUNDAY AFT. 1:00 to 6:00 p. m Where is Winwood Drive? £«a«t of Highway 45 past Rooi EJ]«n«ntar School but not so far oast that it i*n't within walking dLstance. tur North just pait tho Speedway Gro. and Ju*t before you come to Dillon Family Center. Notice the convenience to 7 day * week shopping, Our featured home has 3 BH, 2\? b*,. forma] dining and living room ktt. with all bultt-lns. Including »lde-by-s1de r p f r i g - and EXTR LAJICE family rm. with rp. Coma *e« thU lovely tr[-l»vel that prkwd b*low r«pUe«n*ttt at BARER ASSOCIATES REALTORS 1618 N. College 521-1300 VIRGINIA BRISTOW 47-Reot E»tol» For SoU- A GOOD DEAL Grocery and Meat Market with off- sale Beer Wine License, Now doing over (500 per day. txU of Xocd equipment incl. Refrtc. dli- plny eu« -- walk-in refrig. Complete going business, large loan at good inter«5l. K you want a p a y i n g business, easy to handle, call UB to lee. No obligation to in- eresUd partle*. We have teveral choice buy* In city lots and acreages, Farms, lome* or commercial. If you are n the market we are here lo serve, We Practice The Golden Rul* Specializes in Calm, Dignified Real Estate Sales for tarn YANCY REALTY Prairie Grove Ark. REALTOR P. O. Box 251 Hlway re -- 2 miles west PraJ rie Grove Ark. 727S3 OFFICE PHONE Bob Yancey Bill Yancey Vern Reeves 816-2153 S21-3?59 816-269(1 816-2514 ArfcanMn TIMES, Sun.. Jim 23. 1974 11B 47--R«ol Estate--For Salr- OWXtiK transferred, Mil *% equity, 3-3-2. formal tfvlnirreem, p«nel«d d*n, WBFT Roo* School, low Wi. Pt N1-*J09, M I N I - F A R M A Crystal clear »prin«-fed »trMm flows Ihrouah this farm year round. Twenty level acre* In Fe»- cue -- balance timber. One year old Steel-trussed automatic Broiler house. Four bedroom modern home. Closu In We*t of FayettevilE* on Blacktop. Call us for appointment to tee it. Eve n in en call 442-W4 FRONTIER REAL ESTATE Company REALTOR BIG AS A BARN Here's a wonderfully livable home with four bedrooms. Family room Two ceramic baths. Two-car garage. Privacy fence, back yard. North of U, of A. Evenings call FRONTIER Legal Notices REAL ESTATE Company REALTOR 1015 N. College 521-6700 Doug Hartley 442-6446 Les Davis 527-4448 Arthur Clork 751-9724 Bill Lazenby 521-5833 12 acres less than a mile of grave ·oad lo stale highway, located ap irox. !J miles from Prairie Grove i good location and priced to set H ¥7,500. f you are looking for a real bar gain in a nice small slock farm ·ou will surely want to see this 0 acres. All open seeded pasture under very- good fence w/cross encing, corrals, holding pens, good l a y barn and equip!, shed, 2 ponds good well, 2 bdr. l bath dwelling/ nee shaded yard, on good coun- y road 2\' 2 mi]cs from highwa v. Will go fast at $34,000.00. B e a u t i f u l cedar sided split level on 6 acres, city water and nat gas, country living with city conveniences 3 large bedrooms, 2 bath, full basement w/ulilify play- oom .extra bedroom, large carport, un deck and many other fine eatures in 1his comfortable house. You would have a hard time ce- il aclns it at the selling price of 132,000. .Can get good terms. 22S acres stock farm, all open land ceded to grass, can see over most of the place from the dwelling, ·ery nici: 3 bdr. modern colonial ;tyle home nevyly remodeled, 12,500 aroiler cap. in insulated house w/auto equipment, 2 good barns, sheds, extra good working pens for livestock, also 2 good wells. 3 xnds. creek, s p r i n g branch, for abundant water supply. Not many -round as nice as this one. NEW SUBDIVISION Now starting two-three-four bedroom homes. All have large family rooms with fireplace. T w o baths and large two car garages, all builtins. Quality construction throughout. Drive up Mockingbird Lane today and choose your home. Financing available. GINTONIO BLDG. CO. Phone 521-3373 a f t e r 5:00 p.m. or 521-1753 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Several new homes are being built. Colors and accessories may be pEck- ed by [he buyer. Call us for in r ormation. BEQUETTE-PERRY CONST. CO. i21-6570 -H3-37SO 44?-2559 2 PRIVATE OFFICES Deception room plus large storage. food downtown location. Call us 'or details. FRONTIER REAL ESTATE Company ug Hartley .. Les Davis Arthur Clark ... Bill Lazenby v.. IDLE MONEY Then put it to work. We have just seen authorized to offer this beau- i f u l Four bedroom home plus .hree two-bedroom home and a Garage a p a r t m e n t at a very attractive urice A: terms. Close to campus and hospitals. Call us for details. Evenings--142-640. FRONTIER REAL ESTATE Company 1 1015 N. College 521-6700 REALTOR- "Bill" Lazenby .... 521-5833 Les Davis 521-4448 Doug Hartley .... 442-6446 Art Clark 751-9724 INCOME PROPERTY THREE NICELY FUKNISHED APARTMENTS LOCATED WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE OF SHOPPING, ETC. EACH HAVE THEIR OWN PKVATE ENTRANCE. TWO HAVE LIVING ROOM. ONE BEDROOM, BATH, KITCHEN WITH EATING AREA. THE THIRD HAS TWO BEHHOOMS. L I V I N G ROOM. SEPARATE DINING KITCHEN AND BATH. YOU'LL FIND PLENTY OP STORAGE PARKING AND THREE UNIT GARAGE. TOO IF YOU CHC03E TO EXPAND, THE LOT IS LARGE ENOUGH TO ADD APARTMENTS OR DUPLEXES. EACH PRESENT UNIT HAS SEPARATE UTILITIES. SEE TODAY AT $22,500.00. CALL VIRGINIA BRISTOW -- OFFCE 521-4600 ATTER 5 CALL -U2-5541. YOU'LL LOVE THE KITCHEN Of THIS 3 bedroom, l'/i baths, cedar ranch house with over 1,40C sq. ft. in Butterfield School District. Low 20's. Phone 4425087. BY Owner, three btJroom frame home within walking Hi1ar.c* lo Beaver Lake carpeted und panelled with garage, Jil, WO. 521-6700 1015 N. College .. 442-6446 .. 521-4448 .. 751-9724 .. 521-5833 HOME LAND BY OWNER Secluded home and 6 acres in M o u n t a i n Woodland 3 mites from University, near Hwy. 62 West Open contemporary design by architect, western cedar construction, 4 bedrooms. 2 baths, screen irch, stone fireplace, tiuarter isement, kennels. Includes drapes uch, table, dishwasher' refrigerator, stove, many buillins. house and 6 acres. 159,000. Call -U3-212* a f t e r 6:00. 4 BEDROOM BRICK In Oaks Manor. 2 full baths, den with FP, dining area, formal living room, galley kitchen with brkfit room and utility room, cen- tra! h e a t and air, FHA loan of approx. $21,000 at S199 per mo, can be assumed (low interest rat el Approx. 2,180 sq. ft. for JUST 5*4,800.00. A BKEAT BUY! BUT BEAUTIFUL DON'T TAKE YOUR WIFE to sec this suburban brick if you time' ready to buy a house. On abou 1 acre just off 45E, 2\' 3 baths, forma! living and dining rooms, large den with F*P and a d j o i n i n g deck insulated glass and jiut a real dream home. A f f o r d a b l e too. ANOTHER BARGAIN 3 bdrrn and den, 2 bath brick Jn NE area, cen. hca( and air, drapes 2 car garage, fully equipped kit ed by J u l i e Ea vcs. WALK TO HOSPITALS Yet enjoy privacy of large, f r e e studded back yard from the 16:30 patto off the same sl7e don. Family kitchen with lame dinette, 3 spacious bedrooms, 3 f u i l baths, home office and 2 car garage. Brick, A-C, crapets. custom marie drapes. Ideal for doctor .nurse or other ho* pit a 1 A f f i l i a t e d family. INFORMAL LIVING Ranch style 4 bdrm, 2', a baths, fully carpelert and draped. FP, all built-lns in k i t c h e n (including compactor), d i n i n g a r e a , formal l i v i n g (or d i n i n g ) room, u t i l i t y with .sink, huge carport with load* of ·stor- age, d e e p private Jot with trees. Walking to Root School. 10T5 N. College 521-6700 REALTOR Bill Lazenby 521-5833 Les Davis 521-4448 Doug Hartley 442-6446 Arthur Clark 751-9724 LARGE COMMERCIALLY ZONED HOUSE Two Story -- Five Bedrooms Lot -- 55x165 229 North Block K2.500 Phone 442-8713 11 OKLUNANCB N'O 3014 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING DIVISION'S I ,\N'[) lit, ARTICLE III. CHAPTER \T OF THE FAYElTBVlIjLE COtB OF ORDINANCES; TO REWIRE AUTOMATIC SPRTN K LE] t S Y STEMS ] N NEW BUILDINGS AND ADDITIONS TO EXISTING BUILDINGS WHICH AUK FOUR (4 Oil M O R E STORIES IN J EIG El T; AND FOR OTH E R P tl Fl POSES. RE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE CITY OF FAYETTEVILE.E AEtKANSAS: iPCtlon 1, Thai Section G-31 ol Ihe .yeHcvillL- Cotlo of Ordinances is here njjit'nJed li reart us follows; Jt Is hereby ndoplett by Ihe Board of Directors of IhR City of FaycHcville, Arkansas, by rererenire Ihcreto, Ihe pi ms sat forth In the 1963 addill of tho "Southern Standard Building Coie. save nnri except Micli portions o! sail code as may be atlrteti. deleted, modified. or amtntlerl, ntwl tho provisions contained In the Southern Standard B u i l d i n g Code- fire hereby adoplct! and Incorporated as fully as If set out a I Innglh herein, find hD provision.-; ?liall be controlling within he. corporitte LtmHs of the Citj- of Fay illcvillc, Arls.insns. Section ?. Tliat Division III. Article III, Chaplcr S of Ihe FayeltcviLIe Code of Ordinances is hereby amended bi ing a Sec If on 6-78,1 to rend as Sol lows: Section 6-7S.1 Section 90L.6 amended. Section 901.6 is amended by adrtine pttragraph (3) (o read as follows; Any new building which contains nr (41 or more slorlcs. or !i n uin t\Ry (50) feet in height, or addition lo an exist Ing building which increases Hie number o/ slorEes therein to four or more or Ihe lielght Biereol fifty (50) feet or more, which is no1 otherwise required to have an aulum sprinkler system: provided, health care ntitutions subject to federal and or state codes tequiring lire prevention, ection and safely measures shall be exempt from this requirement. Section 3. That Section 6-18.1 of Fayelleville Code oT Ordinances Is here!' retiLimbered Sccllm E-73.?. Section -1. That this Ordinance shall be In full force and clfwt six 6) month .tier its passage, approval, and pub!i PASSED AND APPROVED THIS ITH DAY OF JUNE, 1971. APPROVED Russell T. Pard;- Slayor ATTEST: Darlcne Westbroolt CITY CLEHK Supplemental Security Income Payments Rise Basic supplemental security ncome payments will be increased starting in July, according to Rose S. Newsome. social security district manager n Fayetteville. The supplemental security Income program pays monthly chocks lo people with little 'or no income and limited resources who are 65 and over or blind or disabled. The amount people get depends primarily on other income they might havp. "Eligible people with no other ncome at all who live in their own household have been getting supplemental income payments of $140 a month Tor 'on« erson and $210 for a couple.," Wrs. Newsom said. "Starting in July, those amounts will go to $146 and $219 inder a recent change in the aw enacted to keep supplemen- al security income payments n line with the cost of living according [o Mrs. Newsome. Payments will also generally x; increasct! to people who lave other income and get reduced supplemental security income payments, according to VIrs. Newsome. Those who get supplemental security income payments don't lave to do a n y t h i n g about their :hecks. Any increases due will te added to checks automatically, People can get i n f o r m a t i o n about supplemental security income at a n y social security office. The supplemental security income program is r u n by thft- Social Security Administration, an agoncv of the U.S. Department of Health. Education and Welfare. The Fayetteville social security o f f i c e is located in the Evelyn Hills Shopping Center. The telephone number is 521- 8600. ORDINANCE NO. 2M5 AN ORDINANCE TO ACCEPT AND CONFIRM THK FINAL PLAT OF HY L A N D PART SUBDIVISION. PHASE U BLOCK 5, TO THE CITY OF FAYETTK VILLE, ARKANSAS: AND TO ACCHPT AND CONFRIM THE DEDICATION Oh PUBMC STREET AND UTILITY EASE ME NTS THEREIN, WHEREAS, There nas been prewntcd to ihc Board ol Directors oT Ihe Cll oT Fayclteville, Arkansas, n plat km the final plat of Hybrid Park Sub- islai. Phase II, Block 5 lo the Cit- of Kajfltevilk, Arkansas, in uliEcli Ihi owner has deOicalwJ for the public usi the street and utility casements shown upon said plat. WHEREAS, The Pianninir Commission of the City of Fayetiaville, Arkansas has recommended the acceptances o ild pint. NOW THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED flY THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THK CiTV OF FAYETTEVILLE ARKANSAS: Section 1. That the City of Fayeltevilte. Arkansas, hereby accepts and confirms Iho final plat of Ilyl.ind Par! Sub division. Phase n, Block 5, hereby m Ci;[»'.s and confirms the dedication the street and utility easements show herein, and hereby declares said sire* mi] utility easements to he public street md utility easements and the R f Directors hereby assumes the e control and Jurisdictlan ol same. Section 2. Thai this ordinance ; be i n full force anrt effect from alter its passage, approval antt publlca Uon. PASSED AND APPROVED THIS 4th DAY OF JUNE. 1971. APPROVED: Russell T. Purd MAYOR Attest; Darlene Weslbroolc CITY CLERK (Seal) lie - 3 IS THE PROBATE COURT OF WASHINGTON* COUNTY, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ADOPTIO: OF THACEY I.KK DARK: WIUJAU DENNIS JAMES, JR.. AND JOYCB CAROL JAMES PETITIONERS vs GARY DARE DEFENDANT NO, P. 71 1W ADOPTION -NOTICE ..ike RMlcp that on the 13th day o June, 1571, a Petition for Adoption was lileil by William Dennis James. Jr., an:~ Joyce Carol James, husband and wife, ir the Probate Court ol Wnshingion County Arkansas, for the adoption of a certafr X^on w*mcd Trac' !-«* Dar?. NOW, unless ou appear wiihin 10 days ifier the dale of this Notice nnI show rame afjalr.st nuch apphmtiorv the qucsttcx ihall be tRkcn m confesicd and a Orcre of adoption entered. R l ' / H F, r.D-li'HT PHOIJATF, CLEHK 2Tc 15. K 1985 N, College 521-8500 Jull Eaves 442-7202 Jan Htmon 521 -WOT Wilma Coollck 521-70*7 Lori* SUrUon 4-12-S744 UM ftroom orJit w baths, central heat-xir. carp#1?fl, jrara g, u Hilly room, f er,cf .1 tvi i-k with n!« pirf«n. J3,»X 7-»4% Iwm IwymenU o? tlM, 2W Val!*x Dmv. 5S26. OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY, JUNE 23, 2-5 p.m. 160 East 26th Circle in Country Club Estates Xew 1 BR 2 BA, native atone and cedar home. 33' deck offer* f%nta.illc vltw of tKa city. FainUy room f e a t u r e a WB-FP and gold ihaf carpets. 1WO q. ft. with all the extraj, tiuiie yard and all under MO.OOO. Take Rwy. 71 South, turn on Country'Club Road (We«t 24th St.) Tor Appointment to ««« Anytfm* Th!* Weekend Call H*rrr Truman Moore. 5?l-»*3 or Schulti Taylor Property ManAfement SptclalUU 521-2717 17«5 N. Colleo Hwy, 71 And Green Acre* Road rayeltevIUe, Ark OHULTZ 4 Realtors AYLOR Michener Sees Trend Toward Less Reading STANFORD. Calif. (AP) ^ P u l i t z e r Prize-winning author James A. Michener says books arc d i m i n i s h i n g in importance. "If I wore a young man today, I would work in television," he said Friday during a s e m i n a r at Stanford University. M i c h e n e r , a u t h o r o f "Hawaii," the Pulitzer Prize- w i n n i n g "Tales of the South Pacific" and several other books, predicted that 70 ner cent of al! l e a r n i n g ^eventually will com* from television. Michener said he saw the decline of the written word years ago but chose to keep writing to reach the elite audience still reading . books. "Not as many neople are reading, but more of the right people are," he said. New Lows Hit NEW YORK (AP) -- A Harris poll taken earlv this m o n t h , b e f o r e President Nixon's t r i p to the Middle East, indicated Nixon's standing w i t h Americans dropped back to its all-time low after a b r i e f surge. In surveys taken d u r i n g April and May, Nixon got a positive rating of 31 per cent and 32 per cent respectively. However, H a r r i s said Thursday a nationwide sampling of 1,413 households during the first f o u r days of this month Indicated .Nixon's r a t i n g had slipped back to record low March figures--26 per cent positive and 71 per cent negative. Harris said that "On all Watergate-related matters without exception, the President in this s u r v e y hit new lows in public confidence . . . " Nixons Celebrate CAMP DAVID, Md. (AP) -President and Mrs. Nixon celebrated their 34th wedding anniversary quietly at this presi- d e n t i a 1 m o u n t a i n retreat. D a u g h t e r Tricia Cox Nixon \yaa the only member of the family on h a n d . The Nixons received a surprise telephone call d u r i n g th» observance Friday from Metropolitan opera star Dorothy Kir- slen. who sang "Happy Anniversary." M r s . Nixon's press secretary. Helen Smith, said the President gave Mrs. Nixon no special gift. Mrs. Smith quoted the First Lady as saying: "The m a i n (act is (hat we're together." World's First Nuclear Powered Merchant Ship Lies Idle SAVANNAH. Ga. (AP) -The sleek white MS Savannah, the world's f i r s t nuclear-powered merchant ship. lies moored in ils home port like a ·ghost. Tied up at Ihe water front docks w i t h the curving skyline of historic Savannah as a backdrop, she sits in limbi like a sleeping giant w h i c h could come alive asain. Powerless now. it is kept running at a m i n i m u m level. The water chemistry is being maintained in the reactor so that it doesn't corrode and the reactor could be reactivated. Devoid of h u m a n activity except for two men who check for radioactivity and keep the machinery running, the $80-milHon ship waits while the federal government and City of Savannah f i g u r e out what to do with it. Tht government took the ship out of service in 1970 for several reasons. There was a problem getting specialized crewmen; the cost of operation wa« excessive and a Commerce Dep a r t m e n t spokesman said "most of what could be learned from the operation of the vessel had been learned." The ship's nuclear reactor, deep inside, contains radioactivity, although the fuel element has been removed and the ship cannot go anywhere under its own steam. President Eisenhower conceived the idea of a merchant marine vessel lo demonstrate the peaceful uses of the atorn. The ship was launched !n 1962 amid f i n l a r e and has traveled more than 90,000 miles to foreign ports,

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