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47-Real Eslate-For Sale-- 47-Real Eitate-For Sale STRAWBERRY H I L L BEAUTY Now contemporary brick, with fireplace and vaulted beamed ceilings in Uio family room, also tons 3 bedrooms and 2 baths. $10,500. James Freeman 521-6300 or 521-708S. FREEMAN REAL ESTATE 1617 No. College 521-6300 REAUOfl SUBURBAN REAL ESTATE CO. REALTOR Pam Brown «2-88J7 Hwy. is B. Phone 443-2050 Broker Ron Sherwood Debra cowan 521-7055 47-Real Estate--For Sale- 2800 N. College Two Locations NW Ark. Plaza 47-Real Eslate-For Sals 47-Real Estole-For Sale Two Locations 2SOO N, College NW Ark, PJaza After fl p.m. Call Plaza Gallery at 521-T275 IMAGINE THIS! No. 1000. S1G.500. that's all the owner wants for this nice 3 bedroom home with central heat. Buy this one and your payments will be around $117 per mo. Call 521-7272 has storage space just have to see " Jerry Lineberger A LARGE after hours 521-3595. TREES AND SUNDECK : No. 1001. go with this newly constructed home. The builder planned this lovely all-eleclric 3 bedroom hotne to compliment the many trees on a large 90x200 lot, and best of all is the pricel $26,200 Call 521-7272 or after hours Nadine Miller 521-7473, HWY 45 EAST This fabulous three bedroom house is set off the highway in beautiful, private 12 acres of woods wllh an unbelievable view. This contemporary architect designed house has 2 !i baths ,1 Ivi ngroom with fireplace, familyroom and sundecks off several of the many rooms. The ultimate in living. Thfs lovely house ' -'- - - jnlorc. You 1 ]] . .. -. -- .. to appreciate all the extras. Only $67,000. NEW HOME $29,500 can.buy a lovely home on 3 ,4 acre lot on 45 East. This Is a unique home wifh much to offer, Call us so we can show you this fully equipped home. INVESTMENT PROPERTY Triplex with excellent occupancy, all brjck, total electric, central ii ! ' 521-7172 After 6 'p.m. Calt Plaza Gallery at 521-7275 COUNTRY SETTING CITY LIMITS No. 916, Two houses on 3 acre*, one with 3 bedrooms, the other with 2 bedrooms. Beautiful view of University; located Just off · bypass, Low down payment, good terms. §20.500. Call 521-7272, L«e Ward. HAVE IT MADE IN THE SHADE of the large Uccs surrounding this tlircc bedroom home near UotA campus. Priced lo soli, In mid 20's. Call Harry Tnmian Moore, 521-8913. L I K E TO ENTERTAIN? Then try one o£ these four bedroom homes with great views of Fayette- villc. All have three bedrooms, two baths, central air fireplaces, and notes thnt can be assumed. Call Harry Truman Moore, 521-8943. s I OHULTZ Realtors AYLOR Property Management Specialists 521-2717 For Sale By Owner LARGE COMFORTABLE FAMILY HOME IN GREENLAND AREA Four of flvo bedrooms living, dining, breakfast room, kitchen, office wllh huge built In desk nnd one wall of bookshelves, plus two lull baths, central heat and air-conditioning cnrpeied, lar^c redwood (.undcck, lots of trees on big lot. Completely fenced with chain l i n k , Extra storage building makes nlco playhouse. School bus picks up children at 8 a.m. Can be available by the time Greenland school slnrts. Phone 521-1522. 15 acres 6 room dwelling 1GOOO broilers, several out buildings, on U.S. hlway. 2 acres plus old \ room dwelling. old barn, spring and stream , ',3 mile o , spring ft blackt op excellent spot LOVELY SPACIOUS HOME 2,500 cq, ft. of luxury living urea. 4 bedrooms and 2 full baths upstairs Separate heating and cooling for upstairs. Large ifvingroom with native stone fireplace, large game room, separate study, large kitchen with 9 ft. snack bar. dining room, ulililyroom, and large Va bath Tor mobile home, H,500. 38 beautiful ncrc s, 21.000 laying hens, l','i mile off blacktop. Immediate possession. 12,500 down, $74 month. Total price $7,500, POSEY'S REAL ESTATE 824-3375 Lincoln, Arkansas Northwwt Arkansas TIMES, Wed., July 24, 1974 ·' 27 FAYKTTIVILLI, ARKANSAS. legal Notices-- licnlly pledged lo the payment of the principal of and Interest on Ui« bondi, nnd Ihc bonds will bo secured by a lien on and security Interest In Ihe Project as RLittiorlrod by Acl No, 9. Only qualified electors ol tho City of Fayeltcvlllc, Arkansas shall havo Itic r Rhl lo vote and tho electors may vole cither for or against tha Issuance of tho bonds. The election shall b« held between the hours uf B:00 o'clock a.m. and 7:30 o'clock p.m. nl the following places In lie City of Fayeltcville. Arkansas, to-ivlt: PRECINCTS UKSATIONS Carswell Kin Acquitted Of 'Pot' Charge TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP)' A federal court jury ha ONE (PLUS) ACRES Small 2 bedroom older home clt; ·water. Near Happy Hollow School. Priced at only $0,850.00. Qualified Buyer can asume large Escrow Contract balance, CALL HEINEY REALTY CO. Hwy. 16 East 442-9236 ll brjck, total electric, central ir and heat, carpeted living room, two bedrooms, furnished. 40 ACRES Mostly wooded. Located in Brentwood area, approximately 4 miles from Hwy. 71. $13,400 with possible EXCELLENT VIEW The most boautful building site in the area. The White River adjoins the properly. 25 acres open with a few large trees left. If you want about 10 miles from Fayetteville with a beautiful building site call us. $32,000, terms available . 45 EAST If you need a three bedroom home, all brick, wiht many extras like workshop large lot with huge garden area see this one for only $30,400. · 10 ACRES l'/2 miles off IS West, s seres of Beautiful woods with approximately 2 acres open for building. Located about 5'/2 miles from Fayetteville. A lot of land for such a reasonable price of ?8,50Q. BUILDING SITES We have 2 acre tra'ptg for $9,000. MUST SELL! No. 944. Owner being transferred, Many trees and large yard accent this pretty home, close to University and school. Only 524,990. Call 521-7272 or after hours Frances Langham 443-3157. LOOK $17,950 3 bedroom. Newly Painted Inside and out. Overlooking valley with a rock terrace yard. Sec lo appreciate this low price. Owner leaving town and says sell. BUTTERFIELD SCHOOL 3 bedroom, familyroom, formal living and dining, cedar fenced yard nice garden spot, landscaped yard CLOSE TO UofA-- NEW LISTING Older 2 bedroom house, Nice large, level, shady lot. 1765 N. College Hwy. 71 And Green Acres Hoad Fayetteville, Ark Harry Truman Moore - 521-8943 Keith L. Sohultz 521-2718 Wanda Yoc 443-2191 Joe Durden 521-3684 "NUTS" Hickory Nut trees ann Oak trees with a new house wedged between. Located off 45 E. on Lunsford St. and only one block from Root School. Price §29,900. IN THE PINES New house almost finished just off Old Wire Koad North on Yvonne St. A private setting at streets end. A short distance from ButterfieM School. Good time to pick colors. MT. SEQUOYAH Contemporary pad with 2 bedrooms, wet bar, fireplace, and large party dock. Private tree covered rage. Marble top vanities in all baths. Richly carpeted, mostly paneled. Beautiful and unusual s tying, native stone and frame exterior with nice view on Ha acres phis many other extras. By owner 830-2879. 1V2 ACRES adjoining City Properly at Lake Secjuoyah Dam. Build amongst Ihe trees and have a view of the Lake and the hills. Fronts Wesl Fork of White River with some rich bottom land. CALL HEINEY REALTY CO. Hwy 16 East 442-9236 67 acres just ','4 mile of 71. Scenic views. Spring. Road.? bultt through land for subdividing. Buy it all for $250 per acre.' Buy 6 acres or more for §300 an acre on good terms. BOATS AND M A R I N E Combo ski and fishing rig. 14.6 Fabuglas Trident fisherman, S3 Johnson, 3 seats, trolling motor and trailer. Almost like new, 72 model Priced 51,000 below replacement. 10x28 foot MonArk pontoon boat aluminum pontoons nnd rails. Johnson, metal canopy. In good condition. Motor Just tuned. Fam ily fun plus a great crappie fishing L?'L, Stanton 521-8500, or 442-8744 after G p.m. And 10 Central Flro Station Anil S SI. Joseph's Church 7 and 6 Rwl School and 5 Washington School 2 and 3 AsbeLl School THIS 23 day of July. 13T4, CITY OP FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS By Hussell T. Purdy 4lc 24, 31, Au?. T, 14 MAYOR LOW PRICE Great value 5 rooms plus u t i l i t y room. 2 BR, some rooms paneled. CH. Large lot with garden area, Large TVi% int. loan can be assumed. Price $15,000. CONTEMPORARY Located in NE Fayelteville on s landscaped lot. This elegant home features a large living area with Two Locations 2800 N. College NW Ark. P!aza 521-7272 After 6 p.m. Call Plaza . Gallery at 521-7275 NESTLED IN THE WOODS No. W5. A truly beautiful setting for this brick home on 2\ a acres Less than 1 year old with central heat and air. fireplace and two aundeeks. And the beat part is Ihc price. $2fi,797. Call Ml-7272 or after hours Lee Boss 521-1615. WORTH THE MONEY No. 942. This West Fork home is only two years old. All brick, three bedrooms, l'/ 2 baths and central heat. AH for 516,995. Call 521-7272 or after hours Jerry Llneberger 521-3595. 2 BEDROOM-$12,750 This frame -home in the Eool school District, would be perfect for a young couple or for University students. Jim Walker 521-6300 or 521-4298, FREEMAN Bill Gr.nie Patt Carmichael Bill Kecton Maxine Smith Mildred Graue Marry Ann Rhodes setting with view. Holland House Inc. 442-2740 or 443-2724 BY own er. Northeast. Thre e bed rooms, two baths. Formal Uvlne and dining. Den with fireplace. One year old. Custom draperies- Near Root School. 533,030. 2113 Wmwood. 443-5540. -142-42-10 443-4117 521-1435 442-2291 442-4240 521-5293 21 acres hilltop, some excellent garden and grassland. Small 3 room hou 18 . se. Barn, wellhousc. hen house. acres open land. A good 2-1 . acres just 1 mile from 71 highway. 515,500. Terms. NEWLIN REALTY CO. S39-2322 or 839-2259 West Fork. Arkansas two-way native vaulted ceilings Master BR has stone fireplace, and a massive nice dressing garage, lout. CH area plus a walkin closet. T w o full baths. Utility area with wash er dryer and a 2-car gara Carpeted draped through- * ' A. NEARLY NEW DUPLEX These two bedroom units with shag and paneling, central heat and air rent for Si30 monthly. Good investment, practically no maintenance. Little People Meeting In North Carolina ASHEVILLE, N.C. (AP) -This mountain city is playing host to the biggest meeting yet o fthe littlest people in the world. More than 400 members of the Little People of America (LPA: -- ranging in height, among adults, from two feet and seven inches to just under five feet - have flocked to the mammoth stone halls and terraces of the Grove Park Inn hotel on a hillside overlooking AsheviUe. Many brought "little littles - children born as midgets or dwarfs. A number of normal size people also are here, either parents of little people or children born to little people. This is the 16th LPA conven- ;ion. acquitted the son-in-law of former U.S. Supreme Court nominee G. Harold Carswell but convicted his co-defendant, who the government charged with a kingpin in a plot to smuggle marijuana into the country. ·William Fonton Langslon o( Tallahassee was released after a 12-mcmber jury announced an innocent verdict for hi"i f o l l o w i n g 9 0 minutes o t deliberation Tuesday night. Co-defendant Larry Murphy wa. ordered held without bond after being convicted on conspiracy to Import marijuana. Ha could be sentenced lo a maximum of five years in prison. Langslon and Murphy, a former New York stockbroker now li"ing in Delray Beach, we 'a accused of conspiring with tv.o New York residents to import marijuana into this country. Asst. U.S. Ally. Frank Wohl said Murphy was a key person in the alleged conspiracy, in charge of air operations for a sophisticated criminal organization whose object was to import thousands of pounds of marijuana. BY OWNER KinK size master bedroom, three more large bedrooms two baths, vaulted ceiling in family room, fireplace, 2153-sq. ft. call 521-2014, except 2 to 4. BUTTERFIELD REAL ESTATE 1617 N. College 521-6300 6.6 ACRES on blauk-top road. Natural gas. oM barn and drilled well. Proposed Rural Wafer Area. About 2 miles past Elkins. Elkins school phone. About 21) acres in old fields, balance is wooded. $31,500. CALL, HEINEY REALTY CO. 7.7 ACRES plus 1973 -HlKcrest Mobile Home in excellent condition. Located just off Hwy SI -- 1 mile West o£ Farmlngton. Natural gas, good water, electricity -- A lovely setting. Only 519,200. Financing can be arranged. ARE YOU LOOKING for a'small acreage near Highway 45 East -- Just outside Fayetieville city limits? Wo have several for your looking pleasure. Located just off Highway 45 on Sasafrass Rd. HIGHWAY 265 (Crossover IW.7 TvIH he paved In the immediate future. We have small and large tracts fronting this Highway and located immediately East of Fayetteville City Limits. Call us for details showing. Hwy 16 East 442-9236 Two locations 2800 N. College NW Ark. Plaza 521-7272 After 6 p.m. Call Plaza Gallery at 521-7275 ACREAGE LOTS No. 1005, 9'/ a acres on Hwy 71 Ky-1 pass. SOfl' frontage, level and cleared. Also five residential lots in same area. Owner will consider a trade. 158,000, Call 521-7272 or after hours Muriel Howard 521-2083. SEE ALL THIS DEAL No. 1002. 3 bedroom brick home, two businesses and a duplex, all on 5 beautiful acres on Hwy 16 West. Home lias central heat air, carpeted, and has chain link fencing. Duplex is furnished and each side rents for $115 per month. Commercial building is steel, has 1800 sq. ft., central heat air. is well- ins plated. Presently has two very active businesses in building, Good financing available. Call 521-7272 or after hours Muriel Howard 521-2083. COUNTRY CORNER 25 Acres of secluded valley close to Fayetteville. Mostly cleared and tillable, good well, 3 stock ponds, and barn. Nice 2 BR mobile home with 2 nice rooms added. Good terms.' For more information call Col. Duffey Carter, 521-1300 or nites 521-4122. BAKER - ASSOCIATES GOOD 3 twrfraom modern house to be moved. $1,100. 521-352T. . WE NEED HOMES TO SELL ' ' WE DO ALL THE WORK and put the CA3K in your hands. We £ave ready buyers and an energetic sales staff. LET US WORK FOH n u u i CLOSE ENOUGH TO WALK JM71 TO LIBRARY -- SCHOOL -- and' Ihc SQUARE. 4 bedroorrK. 3 baThs den RANGE DISPOSAL, carpets, drapes and 2 Am CONDITIONERS. A GOOD BUY 1 is led by Mrs. Hammers. SPACIOUS DUPLEX NEAR UofA . aSd COMPLETELY FURNISHED. LOWER LEVEL has same Hear s wilh OTOVE and- REFRIGERATOR. Altraclwely priced at $18.500. A BLOCK NORTH OF UofA M-- 167 Let us SHOW you this 2 or 3 bedroom home (partially lurrush- ed) basement. 3 AIR CONDITIONERS, central heat AND has NEW ' ROOF and EXTERIOR PAINT. Listed by Hal Modhn. EXCELLENT INFLATIQN HEDGE H-UO. 50 ACRES land with great potential £ nr IMMEDIATE^ develop- monl nr HOLDING for appreciation. On a State Highway ONLY 2,i mil"s irom rayetleville. ATTRACTIVELY PRICED. Listed by Mrs : Hammers. LOT--TREES AND A VIEW ' M-357. 137 feet frontage on CI.ARK STREET Beauliful setting in QUIET AREA. ONLY 56,000. Listed by Hal Modim. LOOKING FOR CASH FLOW??? fi" X living* "oom 2^e'd7oo^:'EXCra£SNT"l^6ATi5N - C^ii FOR DETAILS. Listed by Mrs. Hammers. II none o[ these listings nice! your requirement, please 1 call us anyway as we have many other properlies lor sale. UTiEY and Company, Inc. On the Square Sines 1?42 OFFICE 442-8241 ra REALTOR HOME Mrs. Hammers . . 443-2083 Hal Modlln .: 521-4108 H. L. Utley . . : . : ., 442-4M4 Estate SULLIVAN, G.R.I. REALTOR ·· LET HOUSE CUT TAX BILL Your home should be, besides your nesf of dreams on income tax saver. From the moment you take tHIe t the day you turn over Ihe key to the next inhabitants, yp ore endowed with opportunities fo minimize your tax bil While you own the home, your two major annua · deductions are properly taxes and the interest on th mortgage. These can be considerable deductions. Keep in mind thai it doesn't matter whether you pa property taxes directly or through an escrow account hel by the bank. In either case, you deduct the sum actual paid to the local taxing authority. Also, using part of your home for business purpose constitutes a deduction for that portion of the home ex penses used for the business. It Is based on the squgr footage of space used for business. H there is anything we can do to help you in the fie of real estate, plaese phone or drop in THE SULLIVA AGENCY, 434 N. College Fayetteville. Phone: 442-429 We're here to help! 35 N. College "Developers of Hyland Park" 0 ACHES 7 miles southwest ol yetlevill eon 265 Hiway. Just ght for small tracts. Sell all or y part. D. N E I L L REAL ESTATE Rogers, Ark. Phone 636-3749 NEW SUBDIVISION Now stalling two-three-four bedroom homes. All have large family rooms with fireplace. Two baths and large two car parades, all builtlns. Quality construction throughout. Drive up Mockingbird Lane today and choose your home. Financing available. GINTONIO BLDG. CO. Phone 521-3313 after 5:00 p.m. or 521-1753 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. REALTORS 1618 N. College 521-1300 REALTORS 1202 N. College Office 442-5351 Bobbye Halbrook Sylvia Danforth Christine Blondean G. C. Faucelte Virginia - Bowers Cathy Boyd Roger Williams Legal Notices Res. 443-2227 Res. 442-3935 Res. 521-2004 Res. 442-2277 Res. 442-5305 Hcs. 521-5971 lies. 52S-4237 Res. 443-2660 volving a real estate action and importing 2800 N, College Two Locations NW Ark. Plaza 521-7272 After 6 p.m. Call Plaza Gallery at 521-7275 BY owner, Fnur bedrooms, Ijving room Hnd family room, fully carpeted, btiitl- 1ns, V/, balbs, 100x200 corner lot, fenced yard. Closfi to UofA, schools and shopping. 1600 sq. ft Phone 4-12-8S16 for appointment. DUPLEX T*o. 99L 7',2 years old. Each side has 1 bedroom, 1 bath, living room and kitchen. Bents far $30 per month on each side. §13,350. Owner wil finance. Call 521-7272 or after hours Muriel Howard 5212083. 6-UNIT APARTMENTS No. 990. II years old. Each unit has J bedroom 1 bath, kitchen, and living room. Each side rents for 580 per month. §36,600 total. Owner will finance. Call 521-7272 or after hours Muriel Howard 521- ASBELL SCHOOL I only two blocks from this a t- active three bedroom home, large tchen' and breakfast bar, Two aths, Patio large level lot with " place (or a garden. Be sure all for appointment on this A-BEAUTY . UFLEX -- Two Bedrooms each arpeted and draped, completely urnished, Central air -- excellent ication. East of the Library, See !DIE MONEY Then put it to work. We have ust been authorized to offer this ijeaulUul Four bedroom home plus Lhree two-bedroom home and a very at- Close to rary. Set call 442- his for sure. Evenings 146. HOME SITE usl off 45 East 118x214 level lot in roa of other fine homes. Price is casonablc. LAKE SITE [ere Is the ideal location, for your ununer home or al 1 year ro u n d irge corner lot with abundance f trees, city water, see this for ure. Evenings call 442-G640. FOUR BEDROOMS Edge of city limits, this well kept rame home. Just right for the rowing family. Paneled carpeted raped, shade trees, garden area mmediate possession, 11 52M448. Evenings G-arngfi apartment at a tractive price 5c terms. IN THE PROBATE COURT OP WASHINGTON COUNTY, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Gcorpo \Vm. Bond, deceased Nc P-7-M32 Last kno«ii adclicbs o[ decedent: 1407 Hoscmunt, FaycUeviUc, Arkansas D.ilc of death: May H, 1974 Instrument dated July 1, 1966, on the 10th day of July, 1974, admitted to probale as the last will ot the above named decedent, 'and the undersigned las been appointed executrix thereunder. A cunlest ot Ihe probate of the will can be ctfcctrd only tiy filing a petition .'ithln the time prbvdcd by law. All persons having claims aganlst Ihe estate must exhibit them, duly verifcd. to (he undcrsgned within sis months from the date of the first publication of Llils notice, or they Bhall be forever iint! precluded from any benefit in Ihe estate. This notfco first published 1-t day of 'illy. 197-f. Mary Bost Bond, Executrix C-o Grcenhaw Greenhaw Attorneys at Law P.O. Box 427fi Fayeltcville, AR 72701 TTc 17, 31 WHEN OTHERS FAIL Call me. Homes nueded for qualified buyers. Let's discuss the current market value of your home. FRONTIER FRONTIER REAL ESTATE 521-6700 campus and Jiospials, Call us for details. Evenings -- 4-42-6640, A GREAT INVESTMENT' Close to Square and 1 Dickson Street. Substantial Brick building, favorably leased. Plus two modern Bungalows. Priced to produce better than average Interest on your money. Evenings call 442-6446. BEAVER SHORES Just listed these two Desirable lots -- on Blacktop, Towering Pine Trees, Both for ?3,500.00. Don't put it off. Call us now, BEAV-O-RAMA Beautiful Building Site, large native shade trees corner lot. Paved and City Water. Bargain. 45 EAST Just off Highway in area of fine homes. Lot 111x180 wilh Deep Well. Great place to build. 1015 N. College REAL ESTATE Company REALTOR Bill larenby 1015 N. College 521-6700 ,521-5833 WARNING ORDER Ch 74-588 IN TUB CHANCERY COURT OF WASHINGTON COUNTY, ARKANSAS. DOROTHY M. HARRIS Plail Vs. DONALD .A. BELL and RUBY FATE BEIJ,; anil JOHN UXN SMITH aid MARY EI.LEM SMITH Dctendiml.s The De/cnfJimls DONALD A. BELL and RUBY PAYE BELL, Non-HesUcnls o[ Ihc State of Arkansas ADDRESS: 4301 NE «!h Terrace. Kansas City, Missouri Are ivamecl ' to appear in tills Cnurt within thirty days and answer the comp l a i n t ol the Plaintiff in the above en- litled eause. Witness my hand and seal ol this Courl this 12th day of July, 1974. ALMA KOLLMEYER, Chancery Clerk By RUTH SHIPMAN D.C (Seal) ·It - 17, 2J, 31, 7 - Billy Early, 47, of North Hollywood, Calif., loundor of LPA and an actor in about 130 action and i motion pictures, sees even malan goods. bigger things ahead. "Pretty soon we'll be having our first international convention," he said. "We now have a chapter in Holland, one in Germany, arid others in New Zealand, England and France." CONVENTION TALK Talk at convention sessions centers on jobs, education and the special adjustments which little people need to make their lives comfortable and happy. Among other things, members delight in conventions for matchmaking. "Over the years, at least 50 marriages have come out of these conventions," said Barty. The convention will end Friday. Coming up Thursday is the presidential election. Al Stickney of San Bruno, Calif,, and Gerald Rasa of Elmhurst, 111., are the candidates for a two- year term to succeed Joe Alexander of Goldendale, Wash. Evidence of special adjustments for little people is plain to see. In the hotel parking lot arc an unusual number of small cars, American compacts and foreign models. They had extenders on the gas and brake pedals, and big cushions plumped on the seats. There is a little box in front of the hotel registry desk so little people can step up and be seen by the clerks. Step ladders stand beneath Wohl said Langslon's onlv duties were to locate an airport. to use as a crop site and procure an airplane to bring in the drug. Langston and Murphy maintained they were engaged only in a legitimate business in- trans- Guate- public telephones. In the dining room, 1 however, it looks like many little people could down average-size helpings. Les Davis ....... 521-4448 Doug Hartley 442-6446 REALTOR Doug Hartley .... 442-6446 Bill Lazenby 521-5833 Les Davis 521-4448 Arthur Clark .... 751-9724 LAND "UNDER ALL IS THE LAND" · FARMS · RANCHES · INVESTMENT May we counsel with you on your land needs whether it be Farms/ Ranches, or Investments. Graduate of Realtors Institute (GRI) National Institute of Farm Land Brokers ·National Exchange Correspondent N. GARLAND 2 BEDHOOM HOME ON LOT 8D'xl42'. GOOD LOCATION FOR APPRECIATION. ONLY S12.930. CALL 443-4316. $21,000 Lots o£ sq. footage in this 3 bedroom home with large living room, family room, and dining room. Luxuriously carpeted throguhout and decorated with that extra charm. It's just otf Highway 71 Soulh, CALL 443-4316 NOW FOR APPOINTMENT. POTHAST REALTY CO. 443-4316 M*Mtf 2140 N. College Flora Sislrunk Maurice Mechcm Floyd Pothast Jr, NOTICE CH 7-1607 Notice is hereby given ihnt Edna Cole rias tiled lier ex-par te pc til ion to quiet and confirm title to the following des cribcd real property, silualctl in Wash ing ton County, Arkansas, io-wili Part of ihft West half (WH) ot the Southwest Quarter (SW'/i) of Section EfRKtecn {IS) in Township Scventcen 17i North, Range Twenty-eight '2SJ West, described as follows, to-wil: Resinning at Ihe Northwest, corner of said BO aero tract and running thence Ban On Public Testimony Is Asked Of PSC South 00 dee. 50 J , Easl 663.S feet; thence South 0 dec;. 21 mm. West 33 (ccl; thence South 39 tieg. 50 min. East 665.1 [eel. lo the East lino thereof; Ihcnce Sotilh 0 rfeg. 42 mln. West 2)7.2 leet; thence south ZT deg. 19 min. West.739.3 feel; thence North 45 dog. 3S min. East 467.9 feel; thence South 0 dog. 42 min. West 1980 reel to the Southeast earner; thence North B9 rieg. 50 min. West 1293.2 feel more or Ies5, 'o the Southwest . corner; thence tJ'.i-lh 2610 feel, more or less, to Ihe j;int of beginning. All perrons Tinving or claiming an Interest in snid real property arc hereby notified to appear and show cause why her titic should not be fliiiled and confirmed. Dated lllis 19 day of July. 1971. Alma Kollmcyer Clerk of Chancery Court, Washington County, Arkansas By; Kathleen llnrness, D.C. (Seal) 4Tc a. 31, Aug. 7, II LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Two utilities asked the state Public Service Commission Tuesday to exclude testimony on desirable air and water quality standards during a public hearing on their application to build a coal-fired generating plant rear Gentry. Southwestern Electric Power Co. and the Arkansas Electric Cooperative Corp. also asked the PSC to exclude testimony on the effect of sulphur dioxide emissions on humans. The hearing on the proposed 530-megawatl, $100.1 million facility is to begin Sept. 1G. Environmentalists opposing the application for the proposed plant are expected to offer tes timony on the proposed facility's alleged adverse effect on the environment. Observations Noted In Senate Voting Pattern DERMOTT, Ark. (AP) -; One aspect of the state Senate vote not to expel Sen. Guy H. "Mutt" Jones ot Conway was quite significant, Sen, John Gibson of Dermott said Tuesday. "If you take a look at the roll call on the final Jones vote, you vill find that once the magic number of 11 votes not to expel Sen. Jones was reached, all but one other senator voted to expel him." Gibson would not say why. he thought that was significant. He made the remarks while discussing the possibility of the Jones matter coming up again when the Senate reconvenes in January. Gibson first said it was curious to him that the news media had not noticed that once Sen'. George Locke of Hamburg voted not to expel Jones, the rest of the roll call vote, taken in alphabetical order, did not reflect a single vote to retain Jones. La.ter, in a separate interview, however, Gibson noted that the one abstention by Sen. Paul Benham of Helena on the Jones case arid the absence ot Sen. W. D. "Bill" Moore of El Dorado did, in effect, amount lo votes against expulsion. Twenty-four votes were required to expel Jones. With that reasoning, then, en. Jerry Jewell of Little Rock tua'lly cast the deciding vote, ather than Locks, Gibson said. mt meant that all but threa :maining senators -- Jones, . D. Moore and Locke -- oted to expel Jones. "Everybody in the Senate as thinking of it." Gibson aid. "Everybody had a roll all sheet in front of them." Gibson also said no senator, his knowledge, discussed his pcoming vole with another enator "as they usually do on bill." M S MURL STEED Real Estate Exchange REAUOf! 1617 No. College 521-3900 EIGHT BEDROOMS for the large family, or 3 bedroom home plus two excellent rentals with private entrances. Excellent location on East Dickson and well maintained. Large Lot. Details on request. Shown by appointment. "DEVELOPERS OF HYLAND PARK" 3535 N. College 5Z "Developers of Hyland Park" BY owner. Rolling Hilt* Drive. Three hcdrooms two baths, central heal/air chain link fence, family room, fireplace. Call 2G7-3765 aller 6. IN PRAlRtE Grove. Cory 2 bedroom home wllh full basement Heavily shaded lot. Walk to school and town. Call 816-2515 for appointment. 4DS. You ant reads lha THEE3 WANT NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION Notice is hereby given that an election will be field in the Cily ol Faycueville. Arkansas, on August 27, 1571, al which there will be submitted to the electors of ttic Cily the question ol Issuing City of Fayeltcville. Arkansas Industrial levelopm en 1 Revenue Bonds under Act i'o. 9 ot Ihc First Extraordinary Session of the Sixty-Second GeneraE Asscr of Iho State of Arkansas, approved uary 21, I960, as amended ("Act No. 9"), In Ihc aggregate principal amount of not lo exceed 52.000.WX) Tor the pur- xse or furnishing the permanent Jinan- ring of the costs oT securing nnd deve oping industry. The bonds will be dated, he bonds will boar Interest at rate or rales, the interest trill be payable such dates, ttic bond's will mature on such data or dates. Inn bcmtls will W subject, to redemption prior lo maturity in such manner and upon such terms, and Ihe bonds will be issued in from time to time all as the Board of Directors shall subsequently determine and specify In the ordinance or ordinances authorizing their Issuance. The iroposcd industrial project will involve he acquiring, constructing and equipping of aii expansion to an existing manufacturing plant which will consl.il of lands, buildings. Improvements, machinery and equipment (the "Project"). The Project will be o w n e d by (he Cily and l e a s e d to Baldwin Piano and Organ Company, nn Ohio corporal! ("Haldwin"),' for lease rentals sufficient lo provide for Ihc payment o[ the principal of and interest on the bonds that are Issued. Baldwin Is a .subsidiary of D. H. Baldwin Company, an Ohio corporation "D.H. Baldwin"), flnrl D, IT. Baldwin will unconditionally guarantee performance of the obiftfations of Baldwin under Iho Lea EC, The bonds will not be general obligations o( Ihe City bul will be fpeclal obligations payable solely from Project revenues Including particularly I case rentals under Lease vrtUi Baldwin, which will be ipcci- the state Com Health Plannin; Study Planned For Camden Area HMO LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- A feasibility study should be don on establishment of a Healtl Maintenance Organization a Camden, prehensive Council said Tuesday. The council also suggests that the Department of Health Education and Welfare pay fo the study. Under a Health Maintenanc Organization, doctors provide group of patients or familic with a set amount of mcdica services for a prepaid, pre determined amount of money. Congress appropriated abou $375 million for eslablishmen of the HMOs around the coun try, wilh about 20 per cent o the money earmarked for area that have a scarcity of medica personnel. Youth Killed OZARK, Ark. (AP) -- Al thoritics said Danny Lconarc 19, of Judsonia was crushed t death by a piece of hoav equipment near here Tuesday The accident occurred at th Job Corps Training Center. Witnesses saici Leonard wa learning to operate a road g cr when it flipped over, pinnin him beneath it, TRW To Build 3 Spacecraft LOS ANGELES (AP) -'RW, Inc., will build three pacecraft, each with a launch vtight of 6.900 pounds, under S71.1 million revised program o.- the study of such spaTM ihenomena as quasars, pulsars and -black holes. A spokesman for *he iuburban Rertondo Beach-bas^d irm said Tuesday the first of he High-Energy Astronomv Observatory s a t e l l i t e s will streak into space perched on board an Atlas Centaur rocket n 1977. D. C. Whildcn, HEAO pro;ram manager at TRW, said ,he program will require a, vork force of about 600 persons by next summer, a majority of vhom are already employed by TRW. The three satellites will orbit at 258 miles and scan the skies 'or various spatial phenomena, ncluding the so-called black holes, former stars believed to have collapsed into an extremely dense state and with gravity so powerful that not even light or radio waves can escape lo reveal their presence. Whilden said each of the three spacecraft will have an expected life span of a f oout six months. The program was srt up In initially for Ihe construction of two giant satellites, each weighing 21,600 pounds, which would have made them tho largest such ciaft ever planned. However, the project \vas reduced to a standby status in J a n u a r y 1973 to investigate cost reductions.

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