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128 Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Sun., July 21, 1974 47-Real Ertat*-For Sale- FAVETTEVILLE. ARKANSAS-; 47-Real Eitate-For Sate BARELY LIVED IN 4 month young brick on Stanton _ 3 bdrm and den .. bath brick on Stanton Ave,. .with custom made draperies, pretty shag throughout, a n d - all the - nice wife-savers plus AM-FM In, tereom. 2 car garage. Decorated in Spanish motif but adaptable to other style furnishings. Reason fcr Belling: transferred. 10% below new comparables. 'UNUSUAL CONTEMPORARY With exposed wood and beam ccl- . lings throughout. Large livlng-dln. combo, kitchen and family room, 5 bdrms, 3 balhs. large o f f i c e off ."' enclosed breezeway, large lot W. of i stadium. Listed by Jan Henson. · ; HOME AND INCOME 2 bdrm and den on Ml. ComEort, · drapes blinds, also cottage t h a i {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, 120x125 lot N. of schools, Approx. 4 yrs. old. Listed by Hiram Brooks at 412,500. SUBURBAN 3 BR BRICK On about 1 A. on Foxhunter Rd, ;Paneled living.room dining room, very pretty kitchen, large master suite with bath-dressing room, bath In hall and l ,fe bath off kitchen lower level den or study. A weV bui 11 home \vith double glazing and fully insulated for economy and comfort. H!GH C H A P A R R A L S U B - D I V I S I O N SC-1002-1004 A very a t t r a c t i v e brick home feat u r i n g 3 nice sized bedrooms, formal living room, family room w i t h fireplace, b e a u t i f u l kitchen · fully neted, 2 balhs, laundry room. I 115 for details. NEAR ELMDALE SHOPPING CENTER SC-997 A very nice 3 bedroom brick home, Formal living room, nice big kil- chcn. 2 baths, nice carpets, utility room large covered patio, fenced backyard, here's a nice one, price reduced to (25.500,00. 4 BEDROOM COLONIAL 50-998 Hern a beaultful home featuring 4 bedrooms. 2}a baths, f a m i l y room fully c'nrpcted, a very nice kitchen with built-ttis, "covered patio, fenced backyard lots of trees and shrubs. BEAUTIFUL PROPERTY '.AKE FA-258 Here is a extra nice 3 bedroom hrick home with a beautiful lake view, home has 3 bedrooms, formal living room, 2 baths, large family room kitchen combination, sun deck, central air condition, located on 3 ] ,a acres of land, this is an ideal retirement home, FC-52 mile "NUTS" Hickory -Nut trees ana Oak trees w i t h a new house wedged between. Located off 45 E, on Lunsford SI. and only one block from Root School. Price $29,900. IN THE'PINES New house almost f i n i s h e d ' j u s t off Old Wire Road N o r t h on Yvonne St. A private selling at streets end. A short distance from Bullet field School. Good lime to pick colors. MT. SEQUOYAH Contemporary pad with 2 bedrooms, wet bar, fireplace, and large party deck. Private tree covered setting with view. Holland House Inc. 442-2740 or 443-2724 47-Real Estate--For Sal* ANSWER TO A DREAM 100 Acres -- Half open with good meadow -- bal. in trees -- 25 min. Fayetteville -- a year-round cold-clear stream running through length acreage -- Good barn -- fenced. 47-Real Estate-Far Sale- I BY OWNER King size master bedroom,, three m o r e ' l a r g e bedrooms two baths, vaulted celling In f a m i l y room, fireplace, 2153 sq. ft. call 521-2014, except 2 to 4. BUTTERFIELD Transcript Reveals Nixon's Reaction To Hearing Tapes Ljiiuiiniiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiinii tiiiiiEiiiniimiiiniiiin Today In History IMMEDIATE possession. Two houses and ·1 lots lor sale In Lincoln, Ark, $5,000. Catl Harrison, Ark., 365-S627 or Balesvilte, 193-KOS afler 5:30 p.m. 40 ACRE FARM Heal nice level 40 acres ",' 2 off Hwy. 264 new fences with steel posts. Small barn with corral, land all open and seeded in fescue, 2 ponds, a good buy for 7800.00 per 275 ACRE CATTLE RANCH $9500.00 TWO BEDROOM -- HDW FLOORS -- 10 yrs old -- S. Fayetteville, S uiet street -- Ige lot -- small jwn, owner will carry bal. $12,000.00 Three bedrooms -- tge kitchen, pantry with hook-ups. S. Fayetteville. Quiet Street. Lot 104x145. Small down -- Owner carry bal. $13,000.00 Three bedrms -- bath with shower Lge. kitchen -- hdw floors -- Carport with hook-ups and storage in rear. Lot 1-10x150. Nice quiel street in West Fork. Can assume present After hours; [us Oslmeyer FD-38 1985 N. College ''Julie'Ea'l'M . Jan Henson Wilma Coollck IxirU Stanton .LAYER SETUP Just under 100 acres of. good, pasture with running water, nice 3 ·bedroom home and good terms M MURL STEED This is one of the finest stock farms i n ' t h e area, live water runs thru farm .some upland, mostly bottomland, a beautiful brick home nice large barn, farm is ideally located. Now running around 100 head of adult cattle plus calves. FOR RENT Office building 903 Backus St. s Real Estate Excnange Farms ·· Ranches 'Investment 1617 No. College 521-3900 Across from AQ Chicken House--Hwy. 71 North Springdale, Arkansas Office Ph. 751-7473 Earl Sherry 751-2959 Brad Wright 361-2663 Gary Jech . 751-219o .GOOD PASTURE This 70 anres of good pasture is '·fenced and cross fenced, has goad hay barn and loafing sheds. Plen- · ty of water, easy access and close in M MURL STEED Real Estate Exchange -- Forms Ranches " I n v e s t m e n t REALTOR T617 No. College 521-3900 .BROILER OPERATION 40 acres of excellent pasture with ' nice older home. Located on the t avement between Fayetteville and pringdale. i M MURL STEED BEACON REALTY CO. 'Bob' BROKER McMillan 751-9788 701 North College 531-7215 R6A4.KW After hours call: Gus Ostmeyer · Glen Mason 'We Practice the Golden Rule" . BUNGALOW HOME I5!i acres in Springdale city limits. 3 bdr., 1 bath, utility, CH-A. East 68B. S37.100.00. HOMESTEAD REALTY 2800 N. College Two Locations '' NW Ark. Plaza S Farms Ranches Real Estate Exchange I 1617 No. I College NEW CONTEMPORARY With native stone trim and also woo d bu rning f irepl ace. Extra large master bedroom wjth redwood deck in this 3 bedroom 2 full bath home in HOOT SCHOOL DISTRICT. Shaded lot. Only ?33,000. Call 443-431G for appointment. ROOT SCHOOL Pleasant living i n - t h i s luxuriously carpeted' 3 bedroom home. Large stone fireplace. Constant comfort with central year round air conditioning. Spacious carport. Workshop in -partial basement, J28.5QO. Call Maurice Mechem at 443-4316 or 521-54G3 for appointment POTHAST REAITY CO. 443-4316 Real Estate 70! N. College S2I-72IJ "We Practice UM Golden Rule" HOOT-N-HOLLER In and around this lake side home. Plenty of room for the kids tn this 4 br. l/2 bath Native Stone home. All the conveniences and l'/a acres of room.. (31,900.00. HOMESTEAD REALTY Legal Notices WARNING ORDER IN THE CHANCERY COURT' 0 WASHINGTON COUNTY, ARKANSAS SHARON MATIFE RHODES, Plaintiff Vs. CH 74-598 MICHAEL FRANCIS RHODES, Defpndnnl The Defendant la warned to appear in this Couii williln thirty days and inquiry staff' WASHINGTON (AP) -- Pres-i dent, Nixon told a trusted aiile a year ago that even if he had approved the Watergate break- n, he would never admit it. In the same conversation, as le listened to tapes of his own meetings with accuser John W. Dean II. Nixon said he should lave reacted to the Watergate cover-up before Dean outlined it to him March 21, 1973. These presidential remarks came to light Saturday in a transcript released by the House judiciary Committee of taped discussions Nixon had with his press secretary, Ronald L. Ziegler, on June 4, 1973. The, Iran script was prepared by the committee's impeachment Two Loca t ions 2800 N. College NW Ark. PJaza · 521-7272 After 6 p.m. Call Plaza Gallery at 521-7275 VERY LITTLE DOWN AROUND. $133 PER MONTH Mo. 987 will get you in this nice iome on the west side of town. 3 bedrooms, central heat and a large fenced yard. ?17,995. Call 521-7272 or after hours Nadlnc Miller 5217473. POOL TIME! Mo. 988. Spend hot'summer days in a refreshing pool tbat's also leated. 3 spacious bedrooms, 2 baths has an 18x14 ft. great room den with fireplace, many buttl-ins. For more details call 521-272 or answer Ihe complaint ol the PlaintiH In the above entitled cause. . Witness my hand and seal of this Court this 17111 rtny of July. 1974. Alma Kollmeyer Chancery Clerk By Kalbleen Harness D. C. SEAL ·ITC 21.2W.I1 . after hours 2083. $44,995 Muriel Howard 521- 2 FOR 1 Country life in Springdale city acres with barn. Small home sitting on 8'/2 a separate garage and HOMESTEAD REALTY $17,500.00 Two bedrm and Den (or 3 bedrm] -- Family Room Lge kitchen. Hdw floors -- Pull basement CH -- TO: AljL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN AND." · · LBROY FASHING (Father or .Guardian) JO ALIiEN EUBANKS JO ANN FASHING (Molhar) OF: MILDRED ANN EUEAKKS WARNING ORDER Take notice t h a t on Hie 18th day of April, 1372 a petition was filed by Sandra Frazicr Arkansas social'Services in.the Juvenile Court of Washington County to tiave a certain (child) named Mildred Ann Eubanks decatred a dependent or child and to lake from you lha cus- loday and guardian ship of said chlkl and to appoint .for her some suilhale persor ae tier guardian or. to place satd chile In some suitable Institution or home in this slate for the care nnti guardian ship of dependent and delinquent child ren. Noiv unless you appear within twenty days after the date of this notice and Khow cause agalost such application the petition shall be Izken as confessed anrt the decree granted. Dated July 17, 197' COUNTY CLERK Ruth B. Roberts Fayeltevtlle Arkansas Nixon declared that Dean, his former White House counsel and Jeb S. Magruder, a former Nixon campaign official h a c lied in the cover-up to protec former campaign manager am ex-Atty. Gen. John N. Mitchell.' " ' ' For the fact lhat alleed im- roper actions took place within he White House or within my ampaign organization ... re- ponsibility, therefore, belongs lere in this office. I accept it." Nixon was listening on June i ; to the tapes of his March 973 meeting with Dean because everal weeks earlier, Dean hat begun telling his story to prose :utors and was implicating thr President. "A traitor," Nixon called him at one point. But Nixon also said: should have reacted before wenty-first of March, actually Dean shouldn't have had tc :ome in to me with the 'cance n the heart of the presidency, wihich, to his credit he did." "'That's the whole thing. tragedy of the said Nixon Lot 100x150. Large garden. Owner leaving. $25,000.00 . Thin 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. WE HAVE OTHERS FHOM 59,500 up. WAItNING ORDEn In Ihe Chancery Court of Washington County, Arkansas First Slate Bank, Sprinsdale, Ark. Flainllll Vs \,. C. MAYO anrt DEE MAYO husband find wife Defendant ; The defendants are warned tn appear in this Court in Wiirty .days and answer the complaint 10 the Plaintiff fn lh» above entitled cause. Wjlnoss my hand and seal of this Court this 18 day or July. 1974 Alma Kollmeyer Chancery 'Clerk "Mitchell would never step. on this. Well, I suppose, woulc you? No. No. Former attorney general step lip and say you bugged? --"I wouldn't. W h a 11 would step up and say: "Look, haven't approved a thing ant so forth but I take resp'onsibilit; for it bah, bah, bah, bah, you know, and I'm going to take uh, take, uh, you know, uh, a suspended sentence or a mis demeanor slapped in the faci or whatever the hell it's going to be.' But once denied -- under oath -- uh, he was stuck. See? Less than two weeks earlier, Nixon had told the public in a written statement on Water gate: "It is clear that unethical, as well a illegal activities took jlace in the course of that campaign. None of these took place with my specific approval or knowledge." And three weeks prior to that, he said on national television: Seminar Set For July 29 At UA Assistant city controller Da vid Hausam and Dick Powell, Northwest. Regional Coordinator for the Arkansas Department of Social and Rehabilitiye services, have been selected to receive fellowships to attend a seminar at the University of Arkansas July 29-Aug. 2 Bv 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 he 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. . , In 1831, Leopold the First waa proclaimed King of the Belgians afler 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 staged 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. Velerans 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 C u b a , The seminar use the Five years ago: theme "Managing Human Or- Neil Armstrong and Edwi tfuniMfinnc" awrf i= cVuincnroH QFin UlaStCU O i l irOlll Floyd A. Pothast Jr. Maurice Mechem Flora Sfstrunk Floyd A. Pothast Jr. Maurice Merchem Flora Sistrunk 443-4316 521-5-163 443-3408 443-1318 521-5463 443-34M Investment MAHOR 521-3900 - BUIIDING COSTS SOAR ;.JO $22 PER FOOT MORE 'MAKING THESE EXISTING 'HOMES BETTER BUYS THAN ' BEFORE. CHECK THEM, . . . . ;4 BEDROOM BRICK 'In Oaks Manor with 2 full baths den with FP, d i n i n g area galley ··iitchen with built-ins. brealcfas · area and utility. Central heat am air, 2 car garage beautifully land- i scaped lot with Zoysia and nun" "dreds of flowers. About 2,160 fee ·tar JUST S-14,800.00 (SIS per ft excl. lot) PKA Loan ot 521,900 can be assumed. : 3 BEDROOM BRICK On Hummingbird In ME area, family room. Z balhs cen. heat and air, draper, 2 car garage, in ex- · cellent condition. Listed by Julie Eaves at 529,900. NEAR VA HOSPITAL 3 bedroom and den. 3 bath brick with pane'ed study, fully equipped kitchen B-I-G living . room and 10x30 den with FP and adjoining private patio 16x30. carpeted, drapes, ccn. heat and air, nice Jot with treesj $2,4« feet for $48,900 (518.30 per ft excel. Jot), MODERN 4 BR RANCH 2 l ,i balhs large "ell" family room- , 531-7272 After 8 p.m. Call Plaza Gallery at 521-7275 PRICED TO SELL No. 969. 160 acres 4 miles from, the Hwy 36 bypass. One-third area is cleared; land has two springs, one pond; older home plus two outbuildings. $53,333. Call 521-7272 after hours Jerry Lineberger 5213595. . - BUY THIS CREEK, THIS CAVE, THE 4.7 ACRES AND-THE HOUSE COMES FREE! No. 962 and what a house! All cedar construction, large glass windows overlooking a beautiful view, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. This house is extra sharp with a kitchen that you xvouldn't believe. Large workshop, many large trees, many other items too numerous to mention. Only 18 minutes from Fayetteville and priced at $46,997. Call 521-7272, 110 ACRES. T miles southwest of FayetteviH eon 265 Hiway. Just right for small tracts, Sell all or any part. J. D. NEILL REAl ESTATE Rogers, Ark. Phone 636-3749 after 521-3595. hours Jerry Lineberger BY OWNER: 1 acre Prairie Grove. 3 /4 acre in Harden with raspberries, blackberries strawberries, chicken house storm cellar. 6 room house, new interior paint, attached garage $16,500 with terms. Phone 443-5450 185 ACRES WITH FOUR POULTRY HOUSES 15 MTNUTE9 FROM FAYETTB- VELL.E -- ALMOST Ali IN GOOD GRASS AND ILLINOIS RIVER BOTTOM LAND -- FOUR BEDHM HOUSE -- CORRALS -- NEW BARN -- 516.000.00 ASSURED INCOME FROM POULTRy AI.ONE -- WILL OABRY OVER 100 HEAD MOTHER COWS -- GOOD ALL WEATHER SPRING -- PONDS -SHEDS. ETC. A GOOD MONEY MAKING FARM. WE HAVE OTHERS HOMESTEAD Call us if you're looking for a career in Real Estate, especially 1 you have a license and experience Ideal location. Usting and financ ing a plenty. Call for interview. HOMESTEAD REA11Y , dining area, utility with formal living room, sink, carport with , a b u n d a n t storage, private lot win shade. Easy walk to Hoot School, Approx. 2,300 feet for $53,500.00 ($20.65 per ft excl. lot), 19S5 N. College Julie Eaves Jan Hnnson Wilma Coolick Loria Stanton IAKB COTTAGE Genuine redwood t h r o u g h o u t . Complete shag carpeting. Bedroom, "bath, living room, kitchon, carport sundcck and fireplace f homey retreat. Large corner lo All this for on]y $10,500.00. HOMESTEAD REALTY 751-7903 NEW SUBDIVISION Now starting Iwo-three-four bedroom homes. A11 have large family, rooms with fireplact. 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 niter 5:00 p.m. or 521-1753 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 701 North Colleg« 5Z-721S "We Practice the Golden Rule" After hours callt Gus Oslmeyer H I G H INTEREST GOT YOU DOWN? Then assume this T% note will total payments, f!53 a month equit; only §2,500. 3 bedroom home wit! central air, in Springdale. Cal Hfirry Truman Moore, 521-9-S3.: REMODEtED AND READY 3 bedroom home near U of A wit new paint job and new tile floo in kitchen and family room. Priced in mid 20's and ready for immediate occupancy. Call Harry Tru man Moore 521-8943. OWNER WILL FINANCE GOOD INVESTMENT- PROPERTY 4 apartment unit home near Uof/ Monthly in come of $480 month Price iO,000. Owner will financ 80% at 7!4% interest. Call Harr Truman Moore, 521-8943. ELKINS, ARK. Coay 2 fcedrm. home on 4 acres. All rooms paneled. Outside metal b!dg, range riding lawnmower goes with property. Price $32,000. 00. Financing can be arranged for qualified buyer. SPR!NGDALE, 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 S, I , rm. dining area, kitchen with all , nice family rm., built-ins. Overo Circle -- corner lot -- MAKE US AN OFFER. COMERCIAL LOCATIONS? Big or 3illle -- we Jiave the /incst in Fayetlevilie, 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 ir pick our brains. Properly and Improve' mf-nts located at I5 North College, Improvement* readily adaptable for many uies. for Information contact IL R. Put- 'earn, P.O. Box 3967, Houston 77001, Phone: (713) »V3RyBODY readi tha TIME 3 WANT ADfl. Too art I OHULTZ Realtors AYLOR Property Management Specialists 521-2717 1765 N. College Hwy. 71 And Green Acre* Bead Fayeticvllle, Alfc COUNTRY CORNER 3 BR older home, remodeled an sits on 20 acres of good grass an garden land. Good barn, 4 ehicke houses (auto water) (11,000 cap Naturay .gas and plenty of sprin water. Close lo town, reasonab terms. To see call. Col. Duffe Carter, 521-1300 or nltes 521-4122, 3535 N. College 52 "Developers of Hyland Park" BV o',pner, Fnur bertroomR, living room and family room, fully carpelcd, built- in*, 1'A balhs, 100x200 corner Joi, fen red yard, dose lo Uof A, schools anrt shop- pin?, 1600 H. n. Phone 442-8616 (or appointment. BAKER ASSOCIATES REALTORS 1618 N. Collegs 521-130 CLOSE TO SCHOOIS 3 bdr. bungalow on approx. 1 ac lot. Could he divided Into 3 lo Close to Central Jr. High and HI HOMESTEAD REALTY MXfiO BT/XJK fully (quipped oabli shop. Kolnff busfnc-w 3 bedroom house 1 acres, 3M II. fronMw on 62 SVesI 111; way In I'armtoBlon. Oil! M7-3786 ; Golden Rule" :ter hours: !en Mason SBAL By Kathleen Harness p.O* 21-28-AUG 4-11-flc. IN THE NOTICE PROBATE COURT OF 531-3450 OF All THE II LOW DOWN LUCK I!! $600.00 DOV/N hree Bedroom, l',i bath- Frame ith Brick Veneer. Garage in a eautiful area with rural flavor nd city convenience on Lake Se- uoyah Drive. Carpeted^and other onveniences, only, S1G.500.00, ' $900.00 DOWN hree Bedroom Brick Veneer. ._ ath, Central Heat and Air, Gaage. Carpeting, mint condition, en- oyable extras on Joye Street in pringdale. just S19.100.00. $650.00 DOWN hree Bedroom Brick Veneer, ath caprort Northwest Springdale arpeted, in New condition, Handy ·Citchen, lovely little home for the conomy buyer, only $17,000.00. $750.00 DOWN WASHINGTON COUNTY, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OP THE STATE OF WILLIAM E. SHORT, DECEASED No. PT1-139 Last known address of decedent: Rt. 5 FayetlcvtHe, Arlransjis 72701 Dale of dealh: April 23, 1974 An instrument dated February 15, 1%3, was on the IVlh day of July, 1974 admitted to probate-as "Itic last will" of Ihe ibove named decedent, and the undersigned has been appointed execulri; thereunder. A contest, of the probnti if I he will can be effected only by fiting i petition within the lime provided by 1 aw. Ail persons having claims against the estate must exhibit them, (July verified, o the undersigned within six months rom -the dale of I h c . first publication ot Ihfs notice, or . they shall be forever larred and precluded Irom any benefit n the estate. This notice lirst published 21st day of July, J974. Alma 7rarie Short Rt. S, Fayeitaville, Arkansas 72701 2fe - a, 28 Little Hope Seen By The Associated Press Tlie National Weather Service gave little hope today to those who long for an end to the pattern of hot, dry weather in Arkansas. The service said the pattern should continue through the middle of next week. A few widely scattered afternoon thunder-showers are possible o v e r ' t h e southern and'ex- treme eastern sections of Arkansas through Sunday, but the probability is low even for a few showers, the service.said. ganizations" and is sponsored by the Arkansas City Management Association and 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. Astronauts Edwin Althe moon's surface and linked up with the Apollo Eleven spacecraft after man's first lunar landing. One year ago: France : exploded a nuclear device in tha atmosphere over a South Pacific island despite a worldwida protest movement. ·Today's birthdays: .Violinist Fsaac 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:- Police Cor 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 doors, was stolen from the police garage. Legal Question' VICTORIA, B.C. (AP) -- Th» British Columbia Medical Association has endorsed a report from its d r u g habituation committee opposing a suggestion that doctors be responsible for compulsory treatment. Tha 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." Sfh" Convenient Kitchen, nice yard, lose to schools and shopping. Beeve it or not, SW.SOO.OO. HURRY Better hurry on these houses as Key must be sold by Monday and '. you have been searching for Ice economy homes with Jow down payments here is your chance. HOMESTEAD REALTY 751-7903 Fraser Stephens 521-213J Ramona Mobley 751-1931 Helen Harvey 756-552 Col. Art McAnarney 521-155! tob Blackston' INCOME PROPERTY Older Masonry home, 709 Oakland St., S5S,500.00. 100% Occupancy -- enting §135.00 mo. Bedrm brick veneer, corner Uof A Ca mpus, Price §25,000.00. Renting 250.00 mo. Phi Delta Kappa Initiates 27 Twenty-seven University of Arkansas g r a d u a t e students and faculty members have been ini tiated into the University's chapter, of Phi Delta Kappa Monday. The fraternity professional education society. Dr. George Moore, president of the chapter, said that for the first time membership had b e e n opened t o women. National regulations prohibiting women members were removed in February of this year. Initiates include James Atkinson of Pensaeola, 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 elteville; Karen Breyman of Clarksville; Barry Davidson of North ~ Greig Hundley of Hamburg; William Jones of Arkadelphia; William Mushrush of West Plains, Mo.; and Alan Phillips of Fort Smith, graduate students. Faculty members initiated include Judy Charier, Ara Gray. Marcejla Grides, Roy Nastasi and Frances Wood. Little Rock; Carolyn of Russellville; Joe 3535 N.. College "Developers of Hyland Park" ACRT59, W cleared lo grass, thrre ponds stocked with catfish and bass. Tliree bedrooms, two baUis, kitchen, tien, and living room area combmed. Trco mitomaUc broiler houses for 28,000 capacity. Ca" 831-5837. Lincoln, Ark. THREE to six acres improved land. Sev r,e miles ijoutfiwesl o! Fayelteville. S1.100 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 bs built in the sprawling seaside capital of Lagos,. currently faced with an acute housing shortage. WE HAVE FIVE NEW PORTRAITS HANGING IN OUR GALLERY. FOR MARRIED STUDENTS! FACULTY/STAFF! GRADUATE STUDENTS! We don't need special summer rate* We offer reasonable rent All year long. Large 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 JIM MARKEY Residential Sato 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 home on the market. MURIEL HOWARD Sales Associate, Boss Company is pleased with our new association with Muriel Howard. She is the present secre- ta ry/tre asurer of th e Washington County Chapter of Women's Coun- citajid 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 Sales Associate We a re proud to a n n o unce tha t PoUy Bell is now associated with the Gallery of Homes. She resides in Springdale. Polly has juU completed a week-long Gallery of Homes specialized sales training seminar. We welcome all those who are planning lo invest in Real Estate to call or come by ind meet Polly, WAYNE REESE Sales Associate We »r« proud lo announce" that Wayne Reese is now associated with Boss Company. He has completed a week-long Gallery of Homes specialized sales training seminar. Wayne comes to us with a long background of sales experience and we look forward to many years of success together. These Five new Gallery of Homes Associatei teamed with our other associates have th* ability and knowledge to service afl areas of Real Estate. Come by and me«t th«m. . 2§0» N. Collefe-^NW AT*. Plazi S2t/T2ra or After S p.m. Call Hut etuery it Kl-727* REALTOR

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