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47-Rsol Eitote-For Sal*- ]47-Reol Estate-Far Sals BY OWNER Thres bedroom home, rice large garden, large lot, chain link fence. Call after 5:00. 442-7580. WOODED and WONDERFULI BY OWNER; S beautiful wooded acres in Northeast section, surrounded by some -of the city's most prestigious homes. Lovely view. Only minutes from down- town. Ideal site for your dream home or for development. Phone 821-1077. BY OWNER: Income properly. 17 apartments, 3 years old, (food location. Priced reasonably. Good financing available. Phone 113-5515. FISHING AT BACK DOOR 5 Acres. S mllu oul K West. 3 Bedrooms, fireplace, new home. ?19,300. Will consider Irade. Phone 442-5928. Legal Notices-- Legal Notices lleqal Notice*-- HIGHP01NT ACRES BY OWNER Dls tlnctively d I Iferent, custom built, bi-level home, designed for low maintenance. On four scenic and private acres overlooking lake. Call after 5:00 p.m. 751-8137. Also one to four acre building sites. NEW 3 and 4 bedroom homes Jn Springdale's finest subdivision. For Information call Stan Howard's Royalty Homes Inc. Phone 77Q-S007 or 751*8167. , 110 ACRES 7 miles southwest ol Fayettevili eon 265 Hiway. Just right for small tracts. Sell all or »ny part. J. D. NEILL REAL ESTATE Rogers, Ark, Phone 636-3749 bedroom modern house *n acre. J2000 -. down and take over payments of $100 per month. Phone 4J2-8564. TWO story older home, situated on 7JS acres fronting While River, outbuildings Include small ' greenhouse. 50% down balance 7%. Price $16,500, Eagle Realty Himtsvllle, 738-2203. BY OWNER. Three bedroom, bulTilns fireplace, garden spot, on 2% tots above West Fork. $18,000. Phone 839-28I. IN PRAIRIE Grove. Cozy 2 bedroom home with full basement Heavily shaded lot. Walk to school and town. Call 846-2515 for appointment Two bedroom, V/y bath, lownhouse. exclusive area of Fayetteville. (230 per month, S100 cleanup and damage deposit. Prefer no children, or pete. Call Pauline McKinney at S21-1300 or nights, 521-1549. BAKER REAUQC ASSOCIATES REALTORS 1618 N. Colltg*. 521-1300 NEW home (or *a]« at builders cost Three bedroom, 2 bath, all brick on large !ol, fireplace, double garage that's Insulated and paneled, many extras. A pproved value $££,500. Builders cost $32,400, Open house 1 lo 5 p.m. Sunday. 1153 Ovcrcre.it, Fayclteville, or calJ Rogers, Art., 636-7S74 for an appointment. Call .by 9:00 a.m. In morning or fi:M p.m. in evening. 10-14-20-or 31 acres, across from roadside park Brentwood. Grassland, .woodland, flatlanS or hills. Springs, well, or pond. »7M per acre. Call 839-2593. BY OWNER: 2^i acres, modernized old- tr house, large bam, huac trees, branch, fenced, close-in, $11.500. terms. 6133269. BY OWNER: Nice 2 bedroom' house with garaae. Excellent locatif. in North- cast FayeUeville. No realtors pue. Phone 751-32?.*. BY BUILUER -- New 3 bedroom, 2 bath, lircplace, dishwasher, air conditioner 2 car garage with remote control door, near Asbel) School. 442-8878. NOTICE OF PUBIJO HKATUNG PLANNING COMMISSION HEARINGS UNDER THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT PURSUANT TO THE PROVISIONS OF THE CODE OK ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE, THE FOLLOWING FETLTITIONS FOR BE- ZONING HAVE BEEN SET FOR HEARING BEFOBE THE PLANNING COMMISSION IN THE DIRECTOR'S R O O M , CITY ADMINISTRATION BUILDING, F A Y E T T E V I L L E , ARKANSAS, ON TU ESD A Y, SEP- TEMBEfl 10, 1974 AT 4:00 P.M. PETITION NO. R7M3: The petition ot Dr. Tom P. Cofcer, Dr, Coy C. Kaylor, Dr. Carl M. Ken- drlck, and Dr, Jorge Johnson for property located at 619 East Township Road, more particularly described as follows r Pnrt ot Ihe Frac. E^i of the ot Sec. 3..T-16N, . R-30-W,-. and, ; being more particularly described as" follows, lo-wit: Bejtinh1 rig at a point.'.which is 186,8 feet East of the SW- corner of said fractional subdivision, arid run- Jnlng Ihence North 939.91 feet .to a point which ta 321.1 feel Soulh of Ihe North line ot said fractional subdivision, thence East 200,0 foci; thence North 331.1 feet (o lhe No rth line thereof; thence East M.8 (pet lo the NW corner ol the Donald n. Drake tract as convened in Deed Record 488 at page 449 of the records of Washington County, Arkansas; thence Soulh along the said Drake tract 321.1 feet; (hence East 135,6 feel; thence North 321.1 feet to the Norlh East wirner ot said fractional subdivision; the said Drake tract; thence East 699-2 reel to the North East corner of the Soulh I265.B8 feet to lhe Soulh East corner thereof; thence West along the South line thereof 1132.74 feet to the point ol beginning. To rezone from A-I, Agricultural .District to R-0, Residential-Office District and C-2, Thoroughfare Commercial District. PETITiON NO. R74-1: The petition of Mr. A. E. Bowen and Mr. Leo Thomas for property located immediately South of Dorothy Jean Street and Immediately West ot Giles Road, mor* particularly described as folio ivs: A part of the SWtf, NEW, and a part of the SE^i, Nwy« ot Section 7, T-1G-N, R-30-W, described as follows: Beginning at a point which la 23EJ.7B feet West and 150 teel South of the NW corner ot the SWH NEW of Section 7, T-16-N, n-30-W; Ihence South 461.25 f e et; thence East approximately 050 feet to the weal rlght-o [-way of Highway 71 By .Pass; thence Norlh along the "West rlsht-oMrtiy of Highway 71 By-Pass (o a point which Is 617.12 feet East find 150 feet South ot the NW corner of the SWV1, NEW ot Section 7, T-1S-N, R-30JV; Ihence West 856.90 teet to [ho point ot beginning. To rezone from R-2, Medium Density Residential District to C-2, Thoroughfare Commercial District. PETITION NO. R74-15: Tha petition of Mr. Roy J. Milligap and Helen R. MilKgan for property , located north of Highway 62 West and Immediately west of One Mile Road more particularly described aa follows- Part of the SEW, of lhe NWA o Section 19, T.1-N. R-30-W. described aa: Beginning at the NE corner ot said -10 acre tract, and running thence South 49.5 feeti Ihence South 71 degrees West 116.5 feet for a point nf beginning - of the land to lie con - veyed; thence South 71 degrees West 105 feet; thence South 338 feet to the North line ot U. S. Highway No. 62; thence North 71 degrees East 105 feet along the North line of Highway 62; thence North 335 feet lo the pi ace ol beginning. Also part of the SE11, of th« NWVi of section 19 In T-16-N. R-W-W, doi. crlbed as follows: Beginning at n point on the North 1 i n« of the ri ehl-of-way of Ihc St. Louis and San FranceIsco Railroad which Is South 71 degrees West 221 feet Irom tlio Intersection of the North lino ol right-of-way wllh the Hast lino of cald 40 aero trnct, being 7.25 chains South of th« NE corner of said 40 ncro tract, end running (hence North 398.52 feel; thence \Vcsl 10 feet; thence South to the Norlli Lino of said Railroad right- of-way; ihenco Northeasterly with said North line 10 feet, more or te*s to the place of beginning. Also part of the SEVl of the N W W of Section 19, T-17-N. IV30-W of the 5th P.M., described us * follows: ArVansu. and the teal ol *aLd Court this 6lh day of August, 1974. . ALMA KOLLMEYER, Clerk By: Kathleen Harness. D.C. sll 4lc 10, 17. 21. 31 No. 62; thence North 71 degrees East 116.5 feel to the East line of said forty acre tract; thence Norlh 418 feet lo Iho place of beginning, containing one (1) acre, more or less, (lhe South line ot said one acre irncl being lhe Norlh line of - the former rlghl-of-way of lhe St. Louis-San Francisco Railroad situate In Washington County, Arkansas. To rciono from A-l, Agricultural District to 03, Thoroughfare Commercial District. PETITION NO. R71-16 The petition of Mr. Dayton Strntlon for property located on the Northeast corner of Ono Mile Road and Highway 62 West more particularly described as; Pnrt of the Southwest Vi, of the Northeast Vi of Section 39, T-36-N, R-3Q- W. and being more particularly des crlbert as beginning at a point which is 2IQ feet East of the Norlh Wes corner of sal d 40 acre t met, an running Ihcnce East 57 feet; thence Soulh JJi degrees East 2EO feet to the Norlh line of Highway 62 West; - thence in ~ " ~ . . . afong thi a Southwesterly direction Norlh line ot .said highway 365 feet, more or less, lo its intersection with the West line of 40 acre trad; Ihence Norlh along said West British Tourists Stranded Abroad LONDON (AP) - Eight hundred British tourists were re ported stranded in Canada anc the United States today by the collapse of another British trav el agency. The Tabberer Agency in Birmingham suspended operations Thursday pending an inquirj nto its finances. The agenc: operated. Solair Holidays, whici sold, by-priced trips to Van couver and Toronto via Mon arch Airlines. The line said it;would not op erate any more flights for til agency, and Tabberer said thi stranded about 800 Britons i North America. The Brills. Travel Agents Association sai it would arrange to get then home' at no extra cost. Last week the association ha to make arrangements fo more than 50,000 Britons stran ded abroad " when the giai Court Line package-tour ente prise collapsed after months lino to a point 112 reel South ol lhe Norlh West corner of said 40 acre Ir.-ict; tnnce East 210 reel: thence North 112 reel lo the point o! be. ginning; containing 2.15 acres, or less. To rezone rrom A-l ,'.,,.. cultural District to C-2, Thoroughfare Commercial District. All interested parties may appear and be heard at said Iftne and place. A copy of thi? proposed amendments and other pertinent data are open and available ror Inspection in the Office of City Planning. City Administration Building Fayellevlle. ArkanEai. Al] interested parties are Invited lo review the petition in said Office and discuss the details with 1he Plan hi nil Administrator. OIVBN UNDER MY KAND THIS 16ttl day of August. IflTS. EllNEffT JAOK3, secretary Financial troubles. Another 15C 300 who paid for Court tour they didn't get are demandin their money back. Swim Mark Falls VIENNA - Ulrike Richter East Germany broke her ow world record for the 100-mete 'oackstroke in a heat at the E ropean .swimming.. 1 , ch'ampio ships. ;with .a time 'of 'ohe : 'mi ute, .4.09 seconds. Economic Summit Will Have Five Major Goals WASHINGTON (AP) -- Pres- Jent - Ford's economic summit onfererice in late September ill have five major goals and e preceded by a scries of prc mitiary meetings. In announcing some details .hursday, a White H o u s e pokesman said Ford would coiv uct three meetings next week o get the study project undo vay. They will involve his Ca'j net, academic, labor and busi ess economists and labor lead ers. Rep. John J. McFall, D-Ca if., one of the planners, sai entative plans also call for neeting Sept. 5 with a group o ·conomisls and one Sept. 9 wit abor representatives. McFall said the appropriat Cabinet members would serv as chairmen of meetings o specific topics such as housin and transportation, and some o these sessions may be held ou side Washington. No precise dates have bee set for the two-day sumni meeting, which Ford proposp Aug. 12. He said he would pr side at it. The White House spokesma said the nine-member platinin committee agreed ou the: goals for the conference: --Clarify the nation's ec nomic condition. --Study causes of the prese economic situation. --Define areas of hardsh requiring immediate attention --Develop a consensus basic policies to be followed 'combat inflation; --Explore new, realistic Common Market Wary Of U.S. Food Exports BRUSSELS, Belgium (AP) - oi-rc Lardinois, the Common iirkct's top farm executive, ill go to Washington next eek in a bid to head off'any cstrictions on U.S. f o o d ex- orts that will send prices to e European consumer still igher. Common Market offcials. an ouncing this today, said he ill be in Washington Tucsdas nd Wednesday to see AgricuL ure Secretary Earl L. Butz 3utz has said there is no Hkeli ood of such restrictions, bu ressure for them is reportci uilding in Congress. 'roaches to deal with inflation. The conference planners es iect 25 to 50 participants o :ach of the public presummi meetings, representing such ir crests as business, labor, regu atory agencies, banking, f lance, state and local govern ment, agriculture, economic. citizen nclion and consume sm. Kenneth Rush, economi counselor to Ford, was name chairman of the steering com mittce. and L. William Set man, a longtime Ford advise from Grand Rapids, Mich., wa appointed executive director. The other members are Rp L. Ash, director of the Whi House Office of Managemei and Budget; Alan Greenspa chairman of the Council of EC nomic Advisers; Treasury Srx retary William E. Simon; Sen Hubert H. Humphrey, D-Minn and John Tower, R-Tex.; an Reps. Barber B. Conable, N.Y., and McFall. orthwesl Arkansat TIMES, Sat., Aug. 24, 1974 AYLTTEV1LLI, ARKANSAS T I Chung Hee Park Cancels Two Political Decrees SEOUL, South Korea (AP) -resident Chung Hce Park to ay canceled two decrees thai nade political dissent punish- ble by death. His opponents urged him to cclarc an amnesty for those onvicted of violating the de rces and to abandon two other mergency edicts. Politicians from enerally praised all parties Park's ac ion, which be said was possible iccause last week's assassina ion attempt against him h a d nified the country anil con 'inced South Koreans of th lireat of Communist subver ion. But the New Democrats, th chief opposition party, calle abandonment of Uyo othe iecrees that the president is sued between January an April of this year. The smalle Democratic Unification part urged amnesty for the 171 per sons convicted under the cai celcd decrees and the releas rom custody of those awaitin rial. Presidential spokesman Kin Seong-jin said repeal of the crees will not affect cases that are still pending. The repealed decrees were is- sucl Jan. 8 issued April 3. The first banned acts "to deny, op; pose, misrepresent or defame' Park's rule and made violations punishable by 15 years in Angel Coach Quits ANAHEIM --Tom Morgan esigncd as pitching coach of ic California Angels after earning the American League lub was not renewing his con- racl for next season. Household Hint An arrangement of lollipop lowers makes an attractive :entcrpiece for a child's party. Jut flower shapes from colored }aper and paste the flowers lo jne side of the cellophane vrapper of each lollipop. Each child can then take home a lower as a party favor. ... isdn. The April decree raised the allowable penally to death. The first decree followed 14 weeks of steadily growing demonstrations by students. Chris- .ian church leaders, in- .ellectuals and opposition politicians urging the restoration of democracy lo Korea. Park said the demonstrations were fomented by Communist subversives. Of the 171 persons convicted under the decrees, 14 were sentenced to death and the others lo prison terms ranging from three years to life. Five of the dcalh sentences were commuted lo life imprisonment, and the other nine have not b e e n carried out. Among those convicted were a former president. Yun Postin; Roman Catholic Bishop Daniel Tji; a poel, Kim Chi-ha, and Paik Ki-wan. a nationally- known political scientist. Of the two decrees Park left in effect, one gives the government extraordinary powers over the economy and the other ordered trial by court-martial for persons charged with violating the decree^. P R O C L A M A T I O N OF SPECIAL ELECTION Notice Is hereby given lhat a special election will be held In the City ot Fayetteville, Arkansas, on November 5, 1974, which there will be submitted.. lo the elc dors of the City the election ot members to the Fayetteville Board of Directors pursuant to the provisions ot Act No. 493 ot the Acts of the General Assembly of the State ot Arkansai for Hie year 1973. At Uils election the seven directors to be elected as the Board of Directors City of Fnyettevllle shall be elected In the following manner: (1) Positions 1, 2, 3, and 4 of the Board ot Directors shall be assigned to the four wards of the City In accordance with the number of the respective wards, nnd one member of the City Board nf Director. 1 ) shall be elected from each of said wards. Provided, that all candidates for a ward number Is position to which assigned shall reside WOMAN'S WORID 678 Set a pretty tabje with thi trio, or use separately. Snowflake-pretty d o i 1 i e protect fine tops. Largest can serve as centerpiece. Easy-pro chet. Pattern 678: (loilie 21x31"; 13V2X20" and 8x14' No. 30 cotton. 75 CENTS each pattern -add 25 cents each pattern fo first-class mail . and specia handling. Send to Laura Whee 1 e r Northwest Arkansa TIMES, 450, Needlecraft Dept Box 161, Old Chelsea Station New York, N.Y. .10011. Prin Pattern Number, Name, Ad dress, Zip. The source of inspiration -- ou new 1975 Needlecraft Catalog 180 designs, 3 printed inside Send 75 cents now. New! Nifty Fifty Quills .. Sl.O New! Ripple Crochet ...... $!.( Sew plus Knit Book ......·$!.! Needlepoint Book .........$1.1 Flower Crochet $1.1 Hairpin Crochet Book ....-$!.! . Hairpin Crochet Book .,-...$1.1 Instatit Crochet Book .... .$1.1 Instant Money Book $1.1 Instant Macrame Book .. .$!.' Complete Gift Book $!.( Complete Afghans No. 14 ..$! 12 Prize Afghans No. 12 50 cen Book of 16 Quilts No. 1 .50 cen Museum Quilt Book No/2 --5 cents · · IS Quilts for Today No. 3 .. cents ' Book ot 16 Jiffy Rugs .· 50 cen \ Convenient Sewing and lopping Guide for Today's Gal on the Go. PRINTED PATTERN In the ward from wh Ich elected, but all such members elected tmm wards shall, be voted upon by the qualified electors of the City «t large. (2) Positions 5, 6, and 7 shall be designated for election of three members al-large. All members elecled lo represent wards, and all members elected a t-large, on the Board of Directors of the City, shall be elected by lhe, qualified electors of the City at-larae. II any member of the Board ot Directors elected to represent a ward on said Board of Directors shall move his place of residence .from inside said ward, bui to another place within the City, said person shall not forfeit bis office -for lha remainder ot his term, but shall be Ineligible to succeed himself for election as the member of the Board o. Directors from said ward, but shall be el iglbl s to seek an at large posit ion on the Board of Directors. All candidates for a Board of DIrec tors' portion shall file for Uic position for which he is seeking election, Each candidate for a position on the Board of Directors must file a peflllon wllh the City Clerk not more than sixty (60) and not less than forty £40) days before the election, which petition must contafr the signatures of fifly qualified elector of the municipality, requesting the candi dncy of such candidate. If no candidate fur a particular posl lion shall, at the special election, receiv a majority vote tor said position, th County Board ot Election Commissioner shall conduct a run-ott election in th City at which the names ol the hv candidates for said position r«e]vln Ih* highest number of votes, but no a majority vote, shall appear on (h ballot to be voted upon by tho fjualifle electors ot the Oily at-hirge. The winne ot euch runoff election shall be declare the member of the Board of Directors for said position. The four members elected fo «erve from lhe jour wards of the City siiali | serve (erms to expire on December Sl r in subsequent to the da(e of said special election ol municipal officials Is held the year hi which lhe second tfeneraI election, and the members of (he Board of Directors of lhe City elected lo positions ass I gncA the CG ty at-larg~e, shall - terms lo expire on December 31, following the first general election held subscmient to the date of raid special election. Successor members shall be elected for terms of four years In the manner provided by law. Only qualified electors of the City of Fayeileville, A rkansau, as shall be right fo vote at the special election. Said election shall be held between such hours nnd at such places in the City of Fayetteville Arkahsas as shall be designated by (he Washington County Board of Election Commissioners for the holding of lha general election on November 5, iffH. DATED THIS 6th day of August, 1374, RUSSELL, PURDY, MAYOR CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE ARKANSA 4lc - 10 17, 3i, SI IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF WASHINGTON COUNT V. ARKANSAS Warning Order . Reed and Mae Rccd, husband and wife Plal.-.lill Vs. CH-7MOO France! A. Drlskill Defendant The Defendant Francis A. Driskill [5 Kamcd to appear in this Court within cause. thirty days and answer the complain 1 ol the Plalnlilf In thn above entitle Witness my hand and seal of thi. Court this 13th day ol AUCTSI. 1974. Alma Kollmeye: Chancery Cterk By Kayc Cflappell P.C 4TC 17, 24, 31, Sepl. 7 Choose denim, corduroy, ribbed cotton or a blend for ;hese merry mates with posy embroidery. Jacket, overalls and top are sew-easy! Printed Pattern 4952: Child Sizes 2, 4, , 8. Size 6 jacket, overalls 2VS yds.'45-inch; shirt yd. Transfer. Send $1.00 for each pattern. Add 25 cent for each pattern for first-class mail and special handling. Send to Anne Adams, Northwest Arkansas .TIMES, 438, Pattern Dept., 243 West 17th St., New York, N.Y. 10011. Print NAME, ADDRESS, ZIP, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. Your money in NEW FALL- WINTER PATTERN CATALOG! 100 best school, career, casual, city fashions. Free pattern coupon. Send 75 cents Sew plus Knit Book -- has basic tissue pattern $1.25 Instant Sewing Book .. $1.00 Instant Fashion Book $1.00 IN THE CHANCEHY COURT OF WASHINGTON COUNTY, A R K A N S A S WarnlnK Order Karen Marie Donahue PlalnlM CH.74-702 Timothy O. Donahue Defendant The Defendant Timothy 0. Donahu is warned to appear in (his Court withl thirty days and answer the complain o( the Plaintiff in the above entitle cause. Witness my hand and »eal of thi Court this 13th day of August. 1974 Alma Kollmeye Chancery Cler By Kaye Chappcll D. C 4Tc 17, M, 31. Sepl. 7 ADVERTISE HERZi Thousands of homcmaken 'TMl thlj feature dallr . . . and Uwr* will se« TOUT WARNING ORDER No. CH 74-676 IN THE CHANCERY COURT 0 WASHINGTON COUNTY, ARKANSAS MONARCH LIFE INSURANCE CO* PANY of Springfield; Massachusetts Plaintiff, Va. KENDALL w. SCOTT and DOHIS iv SCOTT, his Wife; and GREGORY SCOT and DORIS M. FRUCHEV, Defendants The Defendants, Kendall W. Scott an Dorii jr. Scott, his wife; and Gregor Scott and Doris M. FTuchey. are hereb warned to appear In this Court with thi rly days and answer the Complain ol the Plaintiff, Monarcb Lite Iniuranc Company of Springfield, Massachuwlt And upon their failure to do BO, sa Complaint will bn taken * confessed", WITNESS my hand AS clerk ot Ih Chancery Court of Wtiblogloa Count JOIN RUSH! Yes, it's time for you to loin the rest of the many people In this area who have discovered the easy way to sell ihose extra items around the house. Join the gold rush . . . those users of the TIMES Want Ads who know the best way to turn "don't needs" into extra cash. Just collect the articles you'd like to sell and dial the number listed below. A courteous Ad-Visor will help you word your ad for speedy results. Classified Ads Phone 442-6242

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