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12B · Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Sun., July 21, 1974 147-Real Estate-Far Sale- FAYETTEVILLE. ARKANSAS' "NUTS" Hickory 'Nut trees ana Oak trees wilh a new house wedged between. Located off 45 E. on Lunsford St. ,e block from Root 47-Real Estale-For Sale BARELY IIVED IN 4 month young 3 bdrm and den *Hfc bath brick on Stnnton Ave,. .with custom made draperies, pret- ' ty shae throushout. and all the - nice wife-savers plus AM-FM in, tercom. 2 car garage. Decorated in Spanish motif but adaptable to other style furnishings. Reason for telling: transferred. 10% below new . eomparables. 'UNUSUAL CONTEMPORARY With "exposed "wood and beam cei- .lings throughout. Large living-din. combo, kllchen and family room, 5 bdrms, 3 baths, large office off .-'enclosed brcezeway, large lot \V. of ·ft stadium. Listed by Jan Henson. ·;HOME AND INCOME . Z bdrm and den on Mt. Comfort, · * drapes blinds, afco cottage t h a t ; rents for $75, 1-33 a. all landscaped. "Very reasonable $25,000 price. LOW COST LIVING . - In Prairie Grove. 3 bdrm. living, dining, tile bath, 120x123 lot N. of . schools. Approx. 4 yrs. old. Listed by Hiram Brooks at 512,900. SUBURBAN 3 BR BRICK On about 1 A. on Foxhunter Hd. Paneled dining room, very pretty kitchen, large master suite with bath-dressing room, bath in ball and ft bath off kitchen, lower level den or study. A well built home with double glazing and fulJy insulated for economy and comforl. ,1985 N. College ' Julie Ea'tes . Jan Henson Wilma Coolick Loris Stanton 5214500 442-7262 521-6509 521-7087 442-8744 LAYER SETUP Just under 100 acres of good pasture with running water, nice 3 . -bedroom home and good terms . \ available. M MURL STEED S Real Estate Exchange Farms Ranches 'Investment REAIK* 1617 No. College 521-3900 _GOOD PASTURE This 70 acres of good pasture is fenced and cross fenced, has gooc hay barn and loafing sheds. .Plen. ty of water, easy access and clo in : M MURl STEED Heal Estate Exchange Forms Ranches Investment REALTOR 1617 No. College 521-3900 . BRO11ER OPERATION 40 acres of excellent pasture will nice older home. Located on th · pavement between Fayetteville am Springdale. i- · M MURL S1EED S Farms Ranches Heal Estate Exchange 1617 No. College Investment KAUOft 521-3900 -BUILDING COSTS SOAR 1,'tO $22 PER FOOT MORE MAKING THESE EXISTING 'HOMES BETTER BUYS THAN ·BEFORE. CHECK THEM,.. ·4 BEDROOM BRICK ~In Oaks Manor with 2 full bath den with FP, dining area galle '· - kitchen with built-ins. breakfa · area and utility. Central heat an air, 2 car garage beautifully land - scaped lot with Zoysia and him "dreds of flowers. About 2,160 'for JUST $44,800.00 ($18 nor . excl. lot) FHA Loan of 521,900 ca be assumed. '3 BEDROOM BRJCK On Hummingbird in NE area, fam ily room. 2 baths cen. heat air, drapes, 2 car garage, in - cellent condition. Listed by Jul Eaves at $29,000, NEAR VA HOSPITAL 3 bedroom and den, 3 bath brie with paneled study, fully equippi kitchen B-I-G living , room an 19x30 den with FP and adjo'ihin private patio 16x30, carpete drapes, cen. heat and air, ni lot with trees, 52-400 feet for ?4$ 900 (318.30 per ft excel, .lot). MODERN 4 BR RANCH 2'/ 2 baths large "ell" family roor d i n i n g area, formal living rooi utility with sink, carport wi abundant etorage, private lot w shade. Easy walk to Root Schoc Approx. 2,300 feet for .$53,500. (S20.6S per ft excl. lot). 1885 N. College Julie Caves . Jan Heiuon Wilma Coolick 'Lorj£ Stanton 521-85C 412-721 521-651 521-79S 442-87 ; LAKE COTTAGE Gonufne redwood tbroughou Complete shag carpeting. Bedrooi bath, living room, k itch on, c.i port sundeck and fireplace f homey retreat. Large corner It All this for only $10,500.00. HOMESTEAD REALTY 751-7903 NEW SUBDIVISION Now starring two-three-four be room homes, AH have large fan Ily. rooms with fireplact. T w baths and large two car garag all butltins. Quality construct! throughout. Drive up Mocklngbi Lane today and choose your horn 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. COMMERCIAL Property and Impro Biente JocalttI at 1509 Norlh OolTede. t 'provementi readily adaptable for ma tups. For Information contact IL R. P ' nnm, P.O. Box 19CT, Houston, Tex- 77001, Phone: (713) 748-2566. BV3RYBOD 1 ? rearli AD. Yon an; WAN GH C H A P A R R A L US-DIVISION SC-1002-1004 very attractive brick home fearing 3 nice sized bedrooms, f oral living room, family room with cplaco, beautiful kitchen - fully rpeted, 2 balhs, laundry room. II us for details. EAR ELMDALE HOPPING C E N T E R SC-997 very nice 3 bedroom brick home, r m a l living room, nice big kit- on. 2 baths, nice carpets, utility oni large covered patio, fenced ckynrd. here's a ntcc one, price duced to $25,500.00. BEDROOM OLONIAL SG-998 jre a bcauitful home featuring 4 drooms. 2V 2 baths, family room Ily carpeted, a very nice kitchen th buill-Ins, covered patio, fenc- backyard lots of trees and rubs, EAUTIFUL LAKE K5PERTY FA-258 ere is a extra nice 3 bedroom ick home with a beautiful lake cw, home has 3 bedrooms, forma) " ; room, 2 baths, large family om kitchen combination, sun ck, central air condition, located , 3 !4 acres of land, eal retirement home, 0 ACRE FARM , ihis is an FC-52 eal nice level 45 acres ','? mile f Hwy. 264 new fences with steel osls. Small barn wilh corral, land 1 open and seeded in fescue, 2 mds, a good buy for JSOO.GQ per 5 ACRE CATTLE ANCH FD-38 lis is one of the finest stock rms in 1 the area, live water-runs ru farm .some upland, mostly -ttomland, a beautiful brick home ce large barn, farm Is Ideally lo- led. Now r u n n i n g around 300 cad of adult cattle plus calves. OR RENT flice building 903 Backus St. BEACON REALTY CO. Across from AQ Chicken House--Hwy. 71 North Springdale, Arkansas Office-Ph. 751-7473 arl Sherry 751-2959 rod Wright 361-2663 ary Jech . 751-2196 Bob' BROKER McMillan 751-9788 BUNGALOW HOME i'Vi acres in Springdale cilty Hm s. 3 bdr., I bath, utility, CH-A ast 68B. $37,100.00. HOMESTEAD REALTY 751-7905 only om 31. Price $29,900. IN THE PINES New house almost finished just off Old Wire Head North on Yvonne St. A private setting at streets end. \ short distance from Butterfield School. Good tim« to pick colors. MT. SEQUOYAH Contemporary pad with 2 bedrooms, wet bi ·y pad tar, firepli.ace, and large 47-Real Estal«-For Sal* ANSWER TO A DREAM TOO Acres -- Half open with good meadow -- bal. in trees -- 25 mln. Fayetteville -- a year-round cold-clear stream running through length acreage -- Good barn -- fenced. 47-Reot Estat»-For Sal«-- BY OWNER King size master bedroom,, three more 'large bedrooms two baths, vaulted celling In family room, fireplace, 2153 sq. ft. call 52L-20U, except 2 to 4. BUTTERFIEID i n r t y deck. Private tree covered setting with view. Holland House Inc. 442-2740 or 443-2724 IMMEDIATE possession. Two houses and 4 lots (or sale In Lincoln, Ark, J5.0QO. Call Itiirrison, Ark,, 3SS-S627 or Batesvtlle, 733.0608 after 5:30 pjn. -- 10 Quiet down, $9,500.00 TWO BEDROOM -- HDW FLOORS yrs old -- S. Fayetteville. street -- Ige lot -- small owner will carry bal, $12,000.00 Three bedrooms -- Ige kitchen, pantry with hook-ups. S, Fayetteville. Quiet Sire et. Lot 104x 145. Small down -- Owner carry bal. $13,000.00 Three bedrms -- bath with ahower I^ge. kitchen -- hd\v floors -- Carport with hook-ups and storage in rear. Lot 140x150. Nice quiet street in West Fork. Can assume present loan. 101 North College 5 »-7215 "We Practice the Golden Rule" After hours call: Gus Ostmeycr · Glen Mason Two Locations BOO N. College , ' NW ArJc. Plaza 521-7272 - After « p.m. Call Plaza Gallery at 521-1275 RICED TO SELL ·Jo, %9. 160 acres 4 miles from the [wy 16 bypass. One-third area is leared; land has two springs, one ond: older home plus two out- iildinEE. $53,333. Call 521-7272 or fter hours Jerry Llneberger 521595. . BUY THIS CREEK, T H I S CAVE, HE 4.7 ACRES A N D - T H E HOUSE COMES FREE! No. 962 and what a house! All ednr construction, large glass win- lows overlooking a beautiful view, . bedrooms, 2 baths. This house is extra sharp with a kitchen thnt 'ou wouldn't believe. Large workshop, many lar^e trees, many other terns too numerous to mention. Only 18 minutes from Fayetteville and priced at 546,997. Call 521-7272, r after hours Jerry I,inebereer i21-3595. Floyd A. Pothast Jr. Maurice Mechem Flora Sistrunk Floyd A. Pothast Jr.. Maurice Merchem Flora Sis trunk NEW CONTEMPORARY With native stone trim and also woodburning fireplace. Extra Inrge master bedroom with redwood deck in this 3 bedroom 2 full bath home in HOOT SCHOOL DISTIUOT. Shaded lot. Only $33,000. Call 443-4316 £or appointment. ROOT SCHOOi Pleasant Jiving in this luxuriously carpeted- 3 bedroom home. Large stone fireplace. Constant comfort with central year round air conditioning. Spacious carport. Workshop in .partial basement. S28.500. Call Maurice Mechem at 443-4316 or 521-5463 for a ppointment. POTBAST REALTY CO. 443-4316 701 N. College 521-T21J "Wo Practice tin Golden Kul«" HOOT-N-HOLIER in and around this lake side home. Plenty of room for the kids in thia ' br. 1J4 bath Native Stono home. 1 the conveniences and L'/2 acres room, f31.900.00. '· - ; HOMESTEAD REALTY 751-7903 After hours: Jus Oslmeycr Two Locations 2800 N. College NW Ark. Plaza ; · · 521-7272 ' After 6 p.m. Call Plaza ' Gallery at 521-7215 VERY IITT1E DOWN AROUND $133 PER MONTH No. 987 will get you in this nice tiome on the west side of town. £ bedroomSj central heat and a large fenced yard. $17,995. Call 521-7272 or after hours Nadine Miller 5217413. 'OOL TIME! No. 988. Spend hot summer days in a refresh! ng pool th at's also heated. 3 spacious bedrooms, I baths has an 18x14 ft. great room den with fireplace, many butil-ins. For more details call 521-272 or after hours Mu rinl Howard 521- 20S3. H4.995. 2 FOR 1 Country life in Springdale city limits. Small home sitting on 8^ acres with a separate garage anc HOMESTEAD REALTY 751-7903 $17,500.00 Two bedrm and Den (or -3 bedrm!. -- Family Room Lge kitchen, .Hdw floors -- Full basement -- CH -Lot 100x150. Large garden. Owner leaving. . $25,000.00 This all brick/3 bedrooms. : 9 yrs old, with chain link fence -- built ins -- patio -- carpets -- Leverett Woodland Schools, This place is immaculate and a good-buy. ^VE HAVE OTHERS FROM (9,500 up. · 443-4316 521-5463 443-3408 443-4316 521-5483 110 ACRES 7 miles southwest of Fayettevill eon 265 Hiway. Just light for small tracts. Sell all o any part. J. D. NEILL REAL ESTATE Rogers, Arfc. Phone 636-3741 BY OWNER: 1 acre Prairie Glove. % acre garden with raspberries, blackberries strawberries, chicfeen house storm cellar. 6 room house, new Interior paint, attached garage 516,500 with terms. Phone 443-5450 185 ACRES WITH FOUR POULTRY HOUSES 15 MINUTES FROM FAYETTEVILLE -- ALMOST ALL IN GOOD GHASS AND ILLINOIS MVEH BOTTOM LAND -- FOUH BEDDM HOUSE -- CORRALS -- NEW BARN -- {16,000.00 ASSURED INCOME FROM POULTRY ALONE -- WILL OAHRY OVER 100 HEAD MOTHER COWS -- GOOD ALL WEATHER SPRING -- PONDS -- 1HEDS. E5PC. A GOOD MONEY MAKING FARM. WE HAVE OTHERS "We Practice the Golden Rule" After hours call! Gus Ostmeyer HOMESTEAD Call us if you're looking for ; career in Heal Estate, especially i you have a license and experience Ideal .location. Listing and financ- "ng a plenty. Call for interview. HOMESTEAD REALTY HIGH INTEREST GOT YOU DOWN? Then assume this 7% note with total payments, ?I5S a month equity only §2,500. 3 bedroom home witl central air, in Springdale. Cal Harry Truman Moore, 521-8943.: REMODELED AND READY 3 bedroom home near U of A with new paint job and new tile floo in kitchen and family room. Pricec in mid 20's and ready for immediate occupancy. Call Harry Tru man Moore 521-8543. OWNER WILL FINANCE GOOD INVESTMENT PROPERTY 4 apartment unit home near UofA Monthly income of $480 month Price $40,000. Owner will financ S09! at 7% interest Call Harry Truman Moore, 521-8943, OF ALL THE 111 LOW DOWN LUCK MI $600.00 DOWN 'hreo .Bedroom, \i\'t bath-Fram with Brick Veneer, Garage in jeautitul area with, rural flavo nd city convenience on Lake Se uoyah Drive, Carpeted and othe onveniences, only $16,500.00, $900.00 DOWN 'hree Bedroom Brick Veneer V Bath, Central Heat and Air, Ga age, Carpeting, mint condition, en oyable extras on Joye Street f Spxingdate, just J19.100.00. $650.00 DOWN 7hree Bedroom Brick Veneer, I iath, caprort Northwest Springdal arpetcd, in New condition, Hand Kitchen, lovely little home for th conomy buyer, only 517,000.00. $750.00 DOWN Three Bedroom Brick Veneer, 1' Bath, newly refinished. carpete' Convenient Kitchen, nice yan! close to schools and shopping. Bi lieve it or not, $17,800.00. HURRY Belter hurry on these houses a hey must be sold by Monday an f you have been searching fo nice economy homes wilh low dow ayments here is your chance, HOMESTEAD REALTY 751-7009 Fraser Stephens S ELKINS, A R K . Cozy 2 bedrm. home o n 4 a crea. All rooms paneled. Outside metal blo"g, range riding lawnmowcr [joes with property. Price $32,000. 00, Financing can be arranged for qualified buyer. SPRINGDALE, A R K . Owner must sell immediately, this new 4 bdrm, home -- located in the preferred NW section of Springdale. Over 2100 sq. ft., large living rm.. dining area, nice family rm., kitchen with all huilt-ins. Overo Circle -- corner lot -- MAKE US AN OFFER. COMERCIAL LOCATIONS? Big or little -- we have the finest in FaycttcviUe, Springdale. Rogers, ARK. We are experienced in assisting you with purchasing or leasing the very finest location or package. Contact us today -- it cost nothing to check out our facilities or pick our brains. 3535 N. College 52 "Developers of Hyland Park" OHULTZ Realtors AYLOR Property Management Specialist* 521-2717 1765.N. College Hwy, 71 And Green AercB HoadJ Fayettevllle, Ark COUNTRY CORNER t BR older home, remodeled am sits on 20 acres of good grass an garden land. Good barn, 4 chickei houses (auto water) (11,000 cap.'. Naturay gas and plenty of sprin water, CIose to town. reasonabl terms. To see call, Coh Duffe Carter, 521-1300 or nites 521-4122. BAKER ASSOCIATES REALTORS 1618 N. College KAtKtt 521-130C BT owner, Fflor bedrooms, living room and family roam, fully carpeted, built- in*, , baths, 10)v200 corner tol, fenced , , , yard. Close to IfofA, schools and shopping. 1600 M. rt. Phwa H2-861S tw appointment, CLOSE TO SCHOOLS 3 bdr. bungalow on approx. 1 acr lot. Could be divided into 3 lot Close to Central Jr. High and Hijj School. HOMESTEAD REALTY 751-7MO MXSO BIXXJK lully equipped cabin shop, going bus!nc.£, 3 bccfroom house r 2 nercs, 300 ft. fronUse on 62 We.t HIRl way In FarralnsUin. Oil] 267-3785 t detail!. WttKW fter hours: RealMie 701 North Colleso SM-7215 "We Practice tit Golden Hu!e" .521-34H iamona Mobley felen Harvey lol. Art McAnarney Bob Blackston 521-21 751-19, 756-65 521-15 442-56 INCOME PROPERTY Older Masonry home. 703 Oaklan SI., S1S.5M.OO. 100% Occupancy renting $125.00 mo. 4 Bedrm brick veneer, corner Uqi Campus, Price §25,000.00. Renlin 3535 N.. College "Developers of Hyland Park" 110 ACRES, 40 cleared to grass, thrt ,.-nds slocked with caUish and b ·rtirce bedrooms, two baths, kitchen, anil living room area combined. automatic broiler houses for 28,000 .city. Call S21-58X7, Lincoln, Ark. THKEK to six acres improved land. Se ne miles Stonthwest ol Fay«lfevil1«. $1," per acre. 8454319 or KM-39K, egal Notices . -WARNING ORDER 3N THE CHANCERY COURT OF ASSIINGTON COUNTY, ARKANSAS EARON 5IARIK KHODKS, Plaintiff CH 74*98 HCHAEL FRANCIS RHODES, Defendanl ic Defendant Is warned to appear Ihls Court within thirty d ays and swer (he complaint of the Plaintiff In o above entitled cause. Witness my hand and seal of thJs urt this !7th day of July J974. Alma Kollmeycr Chancery Clcr] · By Kathleen Harness D, C EAL C 21,28,-! ,11 , . O: ATJ, \racM IT WA-Y CONGER*, NTT" - ' : T5ROY FASHING (Father or.GiTardEati O ALTiRN KUBANKS O ANN P FASHTNG (Mother) F: JULDRKD ANN EUBANKS WARNING ORDER ike notice that on the 18lh day pril, 1972 a petition was filed by Sandi razier Arkansas Social 1 Services in th eulle Court of Washington County l ·c n certain (child) named Mildrei i Eunnnks dccal red a riep endetU o lid and to tnfce from you the cu* jday and guardianship ol saH child am appoint ,for her some suitbale person her guardian or . to place sntd chll some suitable institution or horn (his stale for the care and guardiaT ip of dependent and delinquent child m. Now unless you appear within ·enly days after the dnte of this notlc id show cause against such application e pelUfcm shall be tzken as confcsse nd the decree granted. Dated July 17, 197 COUNTY CLERK Rutti E. Roberts DAL ITC . Fayctlevine Aransa WARNING ORDER the Chancery Court of "· · County, Arkansas Irst State Bank, Sprlngdale, Ark. ttillft . a MAYO and DEB MAYO husban nd wife efendant ' The defendants are warned to appea this Court in thirty .days and an cornplaml to the Flamflff in Ih mvc entitled cause. Wjlncss my h and and: Boa! of th ourl this 16 day ol July, 1974 ; Alma Kollmeye : Chancery 'Cler By Kathleen Harness p.O, BAL :-28-AUG 4-11-Uc. NOTICE IN THE PROB ATE COURT O VASHINGTON COUNTY, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ETAT F \TIJjTAM: K. SHORT, DECEASED P74-133 ast, known address of decedent: · R FnyotteviHe, Arkansas 72701 ate or death: April 23, 1974 An instrument dated February 16, 3962 as oil the 17th day of: July, 1974. arfrm d to probate as "the 1 - last will of th xjve nnmed deeeflcnl, and (he undo gtied has been appointed executrl irounder. A contest or the proba' tbe win can be effected only by filin petition within the time provided To aw. persons having claims against II slate must exhrnll thorn, duty veriHe IhB undersigned within six montl rom the date at t h e . first publicalii f Ihis notice, or they shall be forevi arredi and precluded from any bene. n Ihe estate. This notice first published 21st day uly, 397.J. Alma Jrarie sho Rt. 5, Fayctteville, Arkansas 727 2lc . 21, 28 Transcript Reveals Nixon's Reaction To Hearing Tapes WASHINGTON (AP) - Pres-i ent Nixon told a trusted aitie year ago that even if he had pproved the Watergate break, he would never admit it. In the same conversation, as e listened to tapes of his own iactings with accuser John W. can II, Nixon said he should ave reacted to the Watergate over-up before Dean outlined to him March 21, 1973. · These presidential- remarks ame to light Saturday in a ranscript released by the ouse judiciary Committee of aped discussions Nixon had ith his press secretary, Ron- Id L. Ziegler, on June 4, 1973. he transcript was prepared by he committee's impeachment nquiry staff' Nixon declared that Dean, Ms ormer White House counsel, nd Jeb S. Magruder, a former Jixon campaign official h a d led in the cover-up to protect ormer campaign manager anc x-Atty. Gen. John N. Mitchell. "That's the tragedy of the vhole thing, " said Nixon Mitchell would never step up n this. Well, I.suppose, wouk p ou? No. No. Former attorney ;eneral step lip and say you itigged? --"I wouldn't. W h a 11 would tep up and say: "Look, : laven't approved a thing anc o forth but I take responsibility or it b.ah. bah, bah, bah, you \now, and I'm going to take uh, take, uh, you know, uh, a uspended sentence' or a mis lemeanor slapped in the face or whatever.the hell it T s o be.' But once denied -- under Dath -- uh, he was stuck. See? Less than two weeks earlier, Vixon had told the public in a written statement on Water gate: "It is clear that unethical, as well a illegal activities took place in the course of that cam- aign. None of these took place vith rriy specific approval or inowlectge." And three weeks prior to that, ae said on national television: 'For the fact lhat alleed im- jroper actions took place within he White House or within my campaign organization ... re- ponsibility, therefore, belongs here in this office. I accept it." Nixon was listening on June 4 to the tapes of his March 1973 meeting with Dean because several weeks earlier, Dean hat begun telling his story to prose cutors and was implicating the President. "A traitor," Nixon called him at one point. But Nixon also said: should have reacted before the .wenty-first of March, actually Dean shouldn't have had to come in to me with the 'cancel in the heart of the presidency, wjiich, to his credit he did." Seminar Set For July29AlUA Assistant city controller DE vid Hausam and Dick Powell, Northwest.Regional Coordinator for the Arkansas Department of Social and Rehabilitive services, have been selected to receive fellowships to attend a seminar at the University of Arkansas July 29-Aug. 2 will use the nc acujiuaL will uB tile -. ., , " " . _ - , . . i , ne "Managing Human Or- Neil Armstrong and Edwin Al- lizations" and is sponsored drln , blasted off from tlie the Arkansas City Manage- "I?TM 5 . s " rfa( ;p a '\ d llnked " p Little Hope Seen - By The Associated Press The National Weather Service gave little hope today to those who long for an end to the pat- ern of hot, dry weather in Arkansas. The service said the pattern should continue through the middle of next week. A few widely scattered aft noon thundershowers are possible over the southern arid'ex- reme eastern sections of Arkansas through Sunday; but the probability is low even for a ^ew showers, the service said. The seminar theme gan: by ment Association arid the Arkansas Department of Planning. Twenty fellowships were awarded for the seminar which will be held at the Student Union building. Each fellowship includes tuition, books, · noon meals and lodging. . Dr. Frank Sherwood, director of the Washington Public Affairs Center of the University of Southern California and past president of-the American .-Society of Public Administration, will teach the seminar. .Course work,will include professional training in receptivity to organizational change; dynamics of human motivation; team · decision making; career development in management and the essentials of management communications skills. Today In. History mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Today is Sunday, July 21, the 202nd day of 1974. There are 163 days left In the year. Today's highlight in history: On this date in 1954, France surrendered North Vietnam to the Communists in an armistice agreement signed at Geneva. On this date: In 1588, British forces under Sir Francis Drake attacked the Spanish Armada in the English channel. . ' Jn 1831, Leopold the First was proclaimed King of the B e - gians after separation of Belgium from Holland. ... In 1861, the first major military engagement in the Civil War- took place at Bull Run Creek in Virginia. In 1873, Jesse James stages the first train robbery,, holding up the Rock Island Express at Adair, Iowa and escaping with $3,000. : ' , In 1918, in World War I, the Allies retook -Chateau-Thierry in France as the'Germans retreated. In 1930, the U.S. Veterans Administration was estalished. Ten years ago: Hundreds of Cuban exiles fought with police in Washington as they tried to storm the ,Pan American Union building, where the foreign ministers of the Americas were meeting on Cuba. Five years ago: Astronauts Police Car Stolen GRAHAMSTOWN, S. Africa (AP) -- A station. wagon belonging to the. traffic cops here complete with siren "on the hood, blue light on the roof and emblems on the dcors, was stolen from the police garage. with the Apollo Eleven space:raft after man's first lunar anding. : One year ago: France exploded a nuclear device in tha atmosphere over a South Pacific island despite a worldwide protest movement. Today's birthdays: Violinist Isaac Stern is 54 years old. Former Treasury Secretary David Kennedy is 69. Thought for today: The tragedy of old age is not that one is old, but that one is not young- Oscar Wilde, Irish writer, 18541900.' Legal Question VICTORIA. B.C. (AP) -- Th« British Columbia Medical Association has endorsed a report from its drug habituation committee opposing a suggestion that doctors be responsible for compulsory treatment. Ths committee said it favors compulsory tratment, but under "a legal procedure which would provide the defendant'with adequate safeguards and protect the physician from exposure to criminal threat." Phi Delta Kappa Initiates 27 Twenty-seven University Arkansas graduate students an 'acuity members have been :iated into the University chapter of Phi Delta Kapp Monday. The fraternity is a professional education society. Dr. George Moore, president of the chapter, said that for :he first time membership had i e e n opened to women. National regulations prohibiting women members were removed in February of this year. Initiates include James Atkinson of Pensacola, Fla.; Sammie J. Banks of Shreveport, La.; Darvin Barnes of Columbia, Miss.; David Bell, William B e r g e n , Merle Breeding, DeWanda Fambrough, Perry Hope, India Lee, Wilton Martin, Judy Stewart, Anita Van Patten and Gary Watson, all of Fay etleville; Karen Breyman of Clarksville; Barry Davidson of North Little Rock; Carolyn Greig of Russellville; Joe Hundley of Hamburg; William Jones of Arkadelphia; William Mushnish of West Plains, Mo.; and Alan Phillips of Fort Smith, graduate students. Faculty members initiated include Judy Charter, Ava Gray. Marcejla Grides, Roy Nastasi and Frances Wood. Fast- Homes LAGOS. Nigeria (AP) -- Nigeria has launched a nationwide low-cost housing scheme costing over $750 million and aimed at constructing some 59,000 homes by 1976, the government announced. At least 15,000 homes will be built in the sprawling seaside capital of Lagos, currently faced with an acute housing shortage. FOR MARRIED STUDENTS! FACULTY/STAFF! GRADUATE STUDENTS! We don't need special summer rofes We offer reasonable rent ALL year long. Largo Complex Close To Campus. 2 Bedrooms, Unfurnished, Utilities Paid includes Kitchenette $85 Per Month Only $20 Deposit Call or Come By University Housing Razorback Annex - 575-3951 WE HAVE FIVE NEW PORTRAITS HANGING IN OUR GALLERY. 1 JIM MARKEY Residential Sale* Manager Jim Markey has joined Boss Company to further our growth and our goals with his many years of sales and management experience In the field of Real Estate. T(M STEWART Residential Listing Specialist Our listing specialist is the man in the know for home evaluation. Let Tim help you put your hom« on ths market.' MURIEL HOWARD Sales Associate . Boss Company i* pleased with our new association with Muriel Howard. She is the present secretary/treasurer of the Washington County- Chapter of Women's Council and she was: named Outstanding Woman of 1968. Muriel would appreciate the opportunity to assist all her .friends and past -clients with all their fuure real estate needs. POLLY BELL Salea Associate We are proud to announce that Polly-Bell is now associated with the Gallery of Homes. She resides In Springdale. Polly has j u s t completed a week-long Gallery of Homes specialized sales training seminar. We welcome all those who are planning to invest in Heal Estate to call or come by ind meet Polly. WAYNE REESE Sales Associate We ar« proud to announce that Wayne Reese is now associated wilh' Boss . Company. He has completed a week-long Gallery of Homes spec iallzed sales trainin g seminar. Wayne comes to us with a long background of sales experience and we look forward to many year» of aoccecs together. These Five new Gallery of Homes Associate* teamed with our other associates have the ability and knowledge to service all areas of Real Estate. Come by arvd meet them. Two LaorHon* 2000 N. Coll*?*--NW AT*. FIszi 521^7273 or After 6 p.m. Call V*u» G*l*ry at S21-TC75 REALTOR

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