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47-Real Estate-For Sale Want lo trade your larger house for a smaller one, or smaller house lor a larger one? We may be able to help youl We b u y , sell and , trade properties. Give us a call ^ toclnyt ,. , · Ten acres west of Fa ycttevll le , fenced, with six acres open ranee 6 four acros timber. Good water supply. $14.500. Settled in for the school year, or etlll looking for a house to fit your tamily needs? How about this 7 room brick, 3 bdrms., 2 full baths, central heat and air lots s, fenced yard, Asbell School. B U T T E R F I E L D AREA Vo have several homes Itslcd In he Butt erf leld, Oak Mnnor urea, irtccd from $23,500 lo $55,500. Give is a call today for more Informa- ion. One of them may be the homo 'on are looking for. Call Hugh luppcrt Sai-6300 or 442-714S. FREEMAN Let the rent help make your payments on this duplex; live in 1 side rent the other. Two bedrooms each side. Large master bedroom In this ffpl it-level brick cedar beauty at 1716 Hayvlewt House is in excellent condition, has playroom S Targe bedrooms, 2 baths brick fireplace. Hurry to see! Call:. ;....- Bill Graue* '·' ' Bill Keeton Maxine Smith Mildred Graue Mary Ann Rhodes 'Fait Carmlchael Jim Wilson D. B. Cole 442-229. 442-4241 , EXPENSIVE and worth it! Brand new custom built home offers. 4 BR's, 3\2 baths and nil the extras one would ex pect in an executive home. Enter tain on the dack with the bes view of the mountains around, o play a gam eat pool in the lower level game room. Formal livin and .dining room, den and kit wit breakfast area. For an appt. to see call 521-1300 or nltes 17-Real Estate-For Sale REAL ESTATE 1617 N. College REALTOR 521-6300 OWNER READY TO MOVE rMease help 113 move this home in ,he Bu Her field school area. 3 bedrooms, and lots ol the things you want In a home. Owner has built a Inrger home and wants to move. Call us to see it FREEMAN REAL ESTATE REALTOR 1617 N. College 521-6300 SO YOU HAVE A BIG FAMILY Well, here Is the home for you. 5 bedrooms, 2, · baths, family room with a nattve stone fireplace, but priced at only $33,500. Call today to see this one. Jo Dodson 521-0300 or niles 751-7537. FREEMAN REAL ESTATE REALTOR 1617 N. College 521-6300 James Baker Pauline McKinney Jean Anna Sellers BAKER ASSOCIATES REALTORS T618 N. Cotleps 412-5090 REALTOR 521-1300 BY oirn er. Three b ed room, VA bath, brick home in Springdale. Assumablc mortgage with Jo? down pajTOcnL Oa!l 75^-3417, lG-M-20-or 21 acres, across from roadslrlc. park BrenEwood. Grassland, woodland, flatland or hills. Springs, well or pond. J7SO per acre. Call E33-25S3. BY OWNER Threa bedroom . home, nice large garden, large lot, chain link fence. Call after 5:00, 443-7980. -.HOUSE and 10 acres, ideal tor .. Urement or weekend recreation relax- aiton. Call 412-587-1. BY OWNER: Nice 2 bedroom lioiisc . w i t h garajre. Excellent location In North east Fayelieville. Ha realtors please. Phonfl 751-3287. COUNTRY CORNER 1? undeveloped acres within Fay- ctteville city limits. To see. Call Col. Duftey Carter, 52.1-3300 or nites · BAKER ASSOCIATES REALTORS 1618 N. College 521-1300 REALTOR NEW HOMES 3 and 4 bedrooms, Jarfie family, rooms with fireplace 2 baths. 2 car garages, all built-ins, central a/c. Drive up Mockingbird Lane today and choose your home. Fin- nacing available, GfNTONIO BLDG. CO. Phone 521-3373 after 5:00 p.m. or 521-1753 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 47-- Real Estoto-- For Sals ANTIQUE BLUFF'S DREAM HOUSE This charming post-Civil War home, with a view of distant hills was built lo last m a n y generations. Solid brick and cedar shako siding; heavy pillars support the Irani porch nnd balcony. SpecitU features include spacious rooms with high ceilings, wood- b u r n i n g fireplaces In the living room and one bedroom, original dccoralivc hinges and doorplatcs on several doors, luxuriously thick carpeting on the stairs, -family room a nd two b ed ro oms . New central heating system with the wiring for air, window air conditioner, large country kitchen, two baths, formal dining room, Plus small studio apartment with private entrance (or this would be an Ideal iccn-agcrs room with kitchen.) Total price only 501,500. For appointment can Beuiah Hanthorne at 442-4294 or 442-2127. SULLIVAN LJj REALTOe AGENCY M N - college HUL11V.I 442-4294 INVESTMENT 12 unit Apt, complex, all on ground . level, furnished, with a very good rental record. Have been construe ed for low cost maintenance. A good set up for someone to start 1 in the rental business. Owner will finance or will consider trade. \ Price $85,000. 3 " OUTSIDE CITY Well constructed 3 BR den or 4th BR. Brick dwelling with Ui baths. Large kitchen dining area. Home 6 yrs old in good condition. CH. 2 car port. Meta storage bide shed. Fenced and located on i',i level acres, D U P L E X Two units for sale -- Buy one or two. Both stay rented and arc easy to care for. 7 years old. One $13,500 and one $14,500. ; LARGE COMFORTABLE FAMILY HOME } In Greenland Area s 4 or 5 bedrooms, living, dining, breakfast room, kitchen, office ·vith huge built in desk and one wall of bookshelves. 2 ful baths, CH and CA, carpeted, large redwood sundeck lots of trees on la rge lot compl ctely chai n 1 ink fenced on ¥\ acre. Home 2200 sq ft-, extra storage building makes nice playhouse, school bus piclts up chidlren at 8:00 a.m, Can be available by the time Greenland, School starts. Price $27,600. 3 NATURE LOVER ed wooded area on 6 acres abou *7-Rea1 Eslate-For $al» , U Y BUILD EH -- No IT 3 bedroom , ? bath, ([replace, dishwnjhcr, air conditioner, 2 car garage wlUi remote control door, near Asbell Wchool. 443-S1S. · F I S H I N G AT BACK DOOR 5 Acres'. 5- miles '.out ''1ft West. 2 Bedrooms, fireplace, new home. $19.300. Will consider trade. Phone 443-5328. BY OWNER: Income property. IT apart- montSj 3 years oM, good, location. Priced reasonably. Good financing available. Phone 443-3546. IN FHA1REE Grove. Cozy 2 bedroom home with (nil basement Heavily shaded lot. Walk to school ud loira. Call M-25I5 for appointment* FAMILY, OF 5 v / ~--r , . WANTS-MEDIUM SIZE ;· ' Other Families want other slzoa. We have the clients -- you have the house. Let's get together for a Mutually satisfactory Sale. · FRONTIER JMB^^H REAL I 1 "JlOlS N. ESTATE 1 |«ollege Company ^iJ 52 1-6700 ""· ' " REALTOR ACREAGES with a view. Alt tracts are partially cleared. Located 6/10 mile of Devil's Den Highway on a goo road. Terms. FISHER REALTY 839-3 2 BEAUTIFUL 3 bedroom home with fireplace, sundeck. family room, and living room. Hickory Creek Area. Owner moving to Rogers, Price to sell. Call 630-8050 or 630-2250. FOUR SEASONS REALTY E Phone 636-8050 515 West Walnut ROGERS, ARKANSAS 72756 NEW home for sale at btillijflrs cost. Throe bedroom, 2^ bath, alt brick on large- lol, flrepface. double garage tfial Insulated and paneled, many extra?. Approved valu e J3S, 500. Duilders cost $32,400. Open house 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday. 1153 Ovcrcrest, PayeUevine, or call Rogers, Ark., 636-7971 Tor an appointment. Call by 9:DO a.m. in morning or 6iDO p.m. In evening. SMALL house in. Lincoln, two ^ blocks from square, garden space, only $JSOO. Phone 443-5273 'or 8I6-27W Even Pleads Innocent To Tax Charges BILOXI, Miss. (AP) -- Facile Mayor Charles Evers, Ihe irst black mayor of a biracial own in Mississippi, pleaded in- occnt today lo charges of :vading more than $52,000 in -- ederal income taxes. "I'd ralhcr go on trial in Mis- .issippi than any place I know," Evers said after leav- ng U.S. District Court. Evers, brother of slain civi rights leader : Medgar ' Evers vas indicted on three counts o ederal income lax evasion re .urned by a grand jury in Jack ion. His former wife, .Nannie Jaura Evers, was indicted on .wo counts and also pleaded in nocent. T h e indictment charges Svers should have paid $56,23 n federal taxes on income o $179.556 during 1968- through 1970. U said he paid $3,644. Evers '.and . his former wit were released on their own rec ognizance by U.S. Distric Court Judge Dan M. Russell Jr No trial date was set but de fense motions are to be filed b Oct.'V. " Previously, Evers had, sai he told the Internal Revemi Service he wanted to pay an due taxes since he knew his la records were being checked. However, Evers has main lained he was told. ."No, w want you.'.' Rockefeller Speaks I Population Conferee BUCHAREST, Romania (AP -- John D. Rockefeller III sai today birlh control program were not enough to solve popi -- r - -==- - - lation problems but must be Feb pork bellies NEW YORK STOCKS Opening PrrcM Furnlih«l by A. G. Edwinlt a Son rk Best Corp 7\i \rner Tel Tel 43 \rk La Gas 18% laidwin 7}i Campbell Soup 25% Central S W 13Y, Chrysler : I2W M Motile Dillards Easco .-... i G Edwards Smcrson Dxxon :. frontier Air Jen Growlh Jen Mlrs .....-- jordon Jewelry .... Intl Harv I-T-E Imperial ..v.. J C Penney Northwest Arkanutt TIMES, Tues., Aug. 27, 1974 'AYKTTnVILLE, AMKAHtAC ISVi m'8 . 8% .. . 4% 13Vi 20 56 . . . 1 2 21 Vt 15 Lindbergh Hailed As Hero And Citizen Of The World Lev! Strauss Ling Temco 9M Marcor 28W Pan Am World Air 2'/ Phillips Petro Pizza Corp "... 9% Pizza Hut 17% Ralston v 30 3 /8 Safeway 33V$ Scars r 54% Scotl Paper 12'/a Shakespeare 5V4 Sou Pac 2G% Texaco .- 23tt Tri State Mtrs .'.'. 9% Union Carbide 4BS United Air 28!4 Victor 6% Wai Mart 16% Ark West Gas Kearney Nail 5M-5« Minute Man 2V4-2W Pioneer Foods 4 6 ,8-5'/« H K Porler Std Regis 12V4-13V1 Tyson Foods '...... 5%-B'A Yellow Frl ............. 35V1-35 Averages Inds ·· down 5.0 Trans down .06 Utils ... Volume up .02 3 mil 180 Commodity Openings Sept corn 3.5 Nov soybeans 7.31 Sept eggs 55.51 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS President Ford says Charles A. Lindbergh "represented all that was best in our country -honesty, courage and the will to greatness." In scores of tributes, Lindbergh was hailed as a hero and citizen of the world whose death Monday at the age of 72 marked the end of an era in aviation, Financier Howard Hughes, an early aviation figure, in a lele- ram to Mrs. Lindbergh called .indbergh "a pioneer in the onqucsl of the impossible." "May the knowledge of his onlributions sustain and com- ort you," Hughes said. "The ourage and example of yo.ur ives, together with the accom- ilishment and vision which marked his career, have been a ource of encouragement and lope to all of us." John Glenn, the first American astronaut to orbit the earth, said Lindbergh's life 'exemplified the Great Ameri can pioneering spirit and has set this nation apart." He said Lindbergh's com pletion of the first solo trans-Al lantic [light in 1927 was "the catalyst that set in motion the massive system o[ inter continental air travel sve accep as commonplace today." Donald W. Douglas, foundc of Douglas Aircraft, McDonnell Douglas,. said Lind bergh's historic Atlantic fligli ''was perhaps the greates single event in fostering publi confidence in aviation in th early days." In his tribute, President For praised Lindbergh as "one o BY OWNER. TTirce bedroom, bulUins, ·eplai ·arden spot, on 2^ lots above West Fork. 518,000. Phone S39-24. NEW 3 bedroom VA bath, carpeted _.. Lake Scquoyah Road near Baldwin total price 518,900, $1,500 down payment. 5150 month. Call Don Dingledtnc 521-3163 8:006:00 or 442-8153 after 6:00. . 4 bed rooms. Large f am ily living area with cathedral, ceiling and native stone fireplace. 2 CH. West coast cedar ex- luge aths. FAMILY HOME Buy this home and eliminate children school transportation, problems ·--· adjoins elementary school. In excellent condition. 3 BR car. petlng in living room. CH. Family room with native atone fireplace. Fenced backyard. Large, shady, landscaped lot. Asbell school area. BY Owner: 76 acres, 25,000 chicken capacity , matic equipment, 3 bedroom, open, 2 pond?,' wilh new auto- batii, , natural rock fireplace, new torn. Plio 51S-2KJO alter 6:00 p.m, for appointment. WOMAN'S WORLD ·-rm A Convenient Sewing and Shopping Guide for Today's Cal on the Go, When breezes blow, snuggle smartly inside this cape! Choose two colors soft o: smashing for this easy-croche cape that alternates shell stile' and lacy rows. Use worsted Pattern G45: Misses' Sizes 8-H 16-20 included. : 75 Cents each pattern--add 2 : cents each pattern for first- 1202 N. College Office 442-5351 Evenings and Weekends call: Bobbye Halbrook Christine Blondeau G. C. Faucetle Virginia Bowers Cathy. Boyd Roger Williams Kit-hard Mayes Sylvia Danforth Mary Jane Fitcli Res. 443-2227 Res. 521-2001 Res. 442-2277 Res. 442-6305 Res. 521-597-1 Bes. 521-4237 Hes. 443-2669 Res. 442-9935 Hes, 442-6083 , f] ul ty. Three bedroom, carpeted, 1 baths, garage. 442-5951. Owner transferred. NEAR STR1CKLER very good potential and a shnrt distance to 265 Hwy. (paved). 90 acres -- approx 12 open. -- 2 ponds -- Ex. new well -- storage and a newer ranch type home, needs only few repairs. CH A -- 1% baths -- Tiuiltins and brick fireplace. Only $30,501) -- already mortgaged. APPROX ONE ACRE south 22nd Place near Shakespeare (see our sign). Own your own small trailer park, 3 furnished rented trailers, pads for 2 others -- I split leveT 2 or 3 bdr. home with some furnishings. Available anytime -- 29% down, 40 ACRES Unimproved -- 3 or 4 acres hull- dozed for home. Ex. water area, off Cove Creek Road -- P.G. School. Only 512,750 with terms, TWO BEDROOM newer ranch type on 3i acre ust off Lake Wedlnglon Rd. near just off Lincoln. 500 with terms- . City water nat, gas. $!{),· linked to economic and social development. "I come to Bucharest with an urgent call for a deep and probing reappraisal of all that has been done in the population field," Rockefeller told the nongovernmental population forum icing held here in conjunction with the United Nations World Population Conference. "I have :hanged my mind and now believe family planning alone is not adequate.'" He also stressed the need for women to "pursue roles in addition lo that of motherhood. 1 Rockefeller, 68 and the eldest brother of Vice-President designate Nelson Rockefeller, has for years been one of the world's leading advocates of family planning. He donated millions of dollars toward population research and is founder and chairman of the Population Council, a private U.S. organization funded largely by the Rockefeller and Ford Founda- lions. His speech reflected the viewpoint voiced at this conference by many members of the Third World and Socialist countries. Dec wheat 4.31 merica's all-lime heroes'' hose place in history was as- ured after his solo f l i g h t . "In later years, his life was arkened by tragedy and color- d by political controversy. But both public and private life, en. Lindbergh always re- lained a brave, sincere patriot .. The courage and daring oils feat will never be forgot- en," said Ford. Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey,'Dlinn., suggested that the Nf»- onal Air and Space Museum ow under construction, in Vashinglon be named in Lind- ergh's honor. Others remembered Lind- ergh as a publicity-shy hero 'ho worked until the last days f his life for aviation and the nvironment. Lindbergh "epilomized .-the lamour of a decade" when he made his firght, said Harry: J. ~rey, a conlemporary who be- ame chairman and president f Uniled Aircraft Corp. "But he was the antithesis of hat glamour," said Grey. "To iis scientific mind there was milling foolhardy about the light. It was not a search for adventure or thrill, but a .proof of the future of aviation." Laurance S. Rockefeller, who was active with Lindbergh in conservation projects, said he "elt Lindbergh's work in that field "was probably the greatest of his many achievements." Radio commentator Thomas, longtime Lowell friend. rated Lindbergh "one of the three real heroes of our time -the others being Capt. Eddia Rickenbacker and Jimmy Dpo- liltle." SUBURBAN REAL ESTATE CO. REALTOR Hwy. « E. Phone 443-2050 Broker Ron Sherwood THE OSBURN BROKERS HTWAY 62 WEST "HONE «3-H86 Deborah Cowan 521-7055 Pam Brown 442-8877 LOVELY HOME This three bedroom home Is located on a beautiful shaded one acre plus. Tiivii M/MVI p^ th sunken cental! SULLJ · H4 bn'hs eened l ^^ '"^"^ atio, large storage room, central air and heat Butterfield School District. 527,800. NEW HQME (29,500 can buy a lovely home on acre lot on 45 East. This Is a que home with much to offer. Call us so we can show you this fully equipped home. i_ 50 ACRES The most beaulful building site in t h e area. The White River adjoins the property. 25 acres open with a few large trees left. If you want ahout 10 miles from Fayettevllle with a beautiful building site i " us. $32,000, terms available . TO ACRES Hi miles' oft 16 West, 53,500. All you need is $1000 down, terms o the remaining amount. BUILDING SITES We 'have 2 acre track for $5,000. NEW HOMES only "7Vv%" interest FIIA LOANS 100% VA LOANS For Information call: _ KELLEY REAL; CO. ' '·'''-· ESTATE) * DEVELOPMENT Garland Counly To Get Voting Machines HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (Ap) The Garland County Eleclion Commission, accepted bids Monday night for the purchase of voting machines. The commission was under :ourt order to proceed with due haste lo purchase the machin- Primaries To Name Replacement For Jones Undecided By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Neither the leader of the Democratic party nor the head of the Republican party is sure if a primary will be held in Senate District 21 to fill the vacancy created by the expulsion of Guy H. "Mult" Jones of Conway from the Arkansas Senate. Nancy Balton of Osceola, chairwoman of the state Democratic party, said Monday the arty's Executive Committee probably would decide Thurs- lay night, if a primary is needed. She said -she understood sev- .jal Democratic candidates vere interested in running for he seat. She said, though, that he Executive Committee is the jolicymaking tody of the party and "the final decision will rest with them." State Sen. By The Associated Press A proposal to move the capi- al of Alaska from Juneau and :ie question of legalizing pari- mutuel betting in Oklahoma are ixpected to draw record mun- iers of voters in primaries in he two states today. In Oklahoma, Election Board| h °°d in 1059 on an initiativa Secretary Lee Slater predicted proposing that the capital be 2101 North Gregg 442-5621 2 Blocks West of Holiday Inn Fayetteville, Arkansas Nites: M, H. Jackson John Carpenter (collect) 189-2755 736-3050 When you want to slip into Suit Filed VAN BUREN, Ark. (AP) -The state Pollution Control and Ecology Department has filed a suit against Mayor .Allen Ray Toothaker of Van 'Buren ana the City Council for failing to develop a solid waste disposal plant. The suit, filed in Crawford County Circuit Court, says such a plan is required under state statutes and asks the court to order city officials to .imple ment such a program. Independent haulers now collect refuse here, and the city has an agreement to dispose of wastes in a landfill owned and operated by the City of Fort Smith;: , : - : . . ; . commission met with ·epresentatives of International Slection Systems of Burlington N.J., ant! Automatic Voting Machine Co. of Jamestown, N.Y. The commission acceptet aids of $136,000 for 75 voting machines from Internationa" and bids of $156,880 from AVM. Holding the bids in abeyance :fie commission requested tha aoth manufacturers demon strata their machines at predicti hat as many as 500,000 Democrats- and 150,000 Republicans might cast ballots. In addition to deciding whether counties may opt to legalize parimutuel betting on horse races, Oklahomans will also se- ect candidates for governor, me Senate seat, the state's six louse seats and other state of- 'ices. , In his bid to become the Date's first two-term governor, David Hall faces opposi- Jim Caldwell of Rogers, chairman of the stale Republican party, said Monday night he would confer with the jOP county commilteemen 'rom the three counlies in Dis xict 21 -- Faulkner "and Van Buren counties and part of Con way County -- before making a decision. "They'll me...who's be able interested to tel in the nomination, and if there's more than one interested, we will cat a primary, Caldwell noted, the If the Democratic party hold: a primary, Caldwell noted, t i GOP theorelically would havi one even if there were only on GOP candidate in the race. Caldwell said he thought h would confer with the com mitteemen by the end of th week and that he might' old when he returns from a trip t Washington. He said he migh have more information the Oklahomans To Decide On Parimufuel Betting, Governor lings has only token opposition in. the GOP primary. Former Congressman Ed Edmondson. and Corporation Commission Chairman Charles Nesbitt seek the Democratic nomination. In Alaska, voters will decida for the third time since slate- moved from Juneau to a more centralized location in the sprawling slate. The two previous proposals were rejected. Eallotirrg on the relocation issue figures to be tight, as is a three-way battle for the Republican gubernatorial nomination between Naknek fisherman Jay Hammond and two former governors, Walter J. Hickel and Keith Miller. In the Democratic primary, Gov. William A. Egan is ex- ion in the Democratic primary ip ected to wln casll V over Don rom Rep. Clem McSpadden, W r | 6ht of Anchorage. 48, a Chelsea rancher, and 1 state Sens - c - R- Lewis and state Rep. David Boren 33 o f , T e r r v Miller were locked in an · ' apparent narrow duel for the Seminole. Political observers predict McSpadden will lead the three- man race, with Hall and Boren "rghting it out for second place and a spot in. a Sept. 17 runpff primary. McSpadden gave up his 2nd Congressional District seat to make the run against Hall and Boren. The Republican gubernatorial primary matches stale Sen. Jim Inhofe of Tulsa and former stale Sen. Denzil Garrison of Bartlesville in what is expected to be a close race. Sen. Henry L. Bellmon of Bil- lepublican nomination for the J.S. Senate. Incumbent Mike Gravel faces the challenge of A n c h o r a g e attorney Gene Suess and Dick Greuel, a Fair- aanks insurance salesman, on the Democratic side. Rep. Don Young was unopposed in the Republican pri- niary for the state's lone seat in the. House, while former Ally. Gen. John Havelock and state Sen. Willie Hensley of Kolzebuc battled on the Democratic side. A total of 162,000 persons ara eligible to vote. -· Needlecraft Dept., Box 161, Old "'' Chelsea Station, New York, N. Y. 10011. Print Pattern Number, .-' Name, Address, Zip. The source Sizes 12'/4, 1414, , , of inspiration--our new Necrilecraft Catalogue! 1975 180 , 37) takes 'abric. designs, 3 printed inside. Send 75 cents now. · New! Nifty.Fitly Quilts ..$1.00 New! Ripple Crochet --$1.00 Sew and Knit Book ...-.-....$1.25 Needlepoint Book ., $1.09 Flower Crochet $1.00 Hairpin Crochet Book --$1.00 Instant Crochet Book $1.00 Instant Money Book ....$1.00 Instant Macrame Book ....$1.00 Complete Gift Book $1.00 Complete Afghans No. 14 .$1.00 12 Prize Afghans No. 12 50 cents Book of 16 Quilts No. 1 .50 cents Museum Quilt Book No. 2 ... .50 ctnfs 15 Quilt Book No. 2 ...50 cents 15 Quilts for Today No. 3 ...59 cents Book of 16 Jiffy Rugs ..50 cents p rint ed Pattern 4753: Half , 20V4, 2214, 24'/ 2 , 26%. Size 14!4 (bust yards 45-inch Send Jl.OO for each pattern. Add 25 cents for each pattern or first-class mail an special landing. Send to Anne Adams, Northwest Arkansas TIMES. 438, Pattern Dept., 243 West 17lh St., New York, N.N Y. 1001 Print NAME, ADDRESS, ZIP, SIZE AND STYLE NUMBER. MORF, FOR YOUR MONEY in NEW FALL-WINTER PATTERN CATALOGUE!! 100 best school, career, casual, city fashions. Free, pattern coupon. Send 75 cents. · Sew and Knit Book -Has basic tissue pallern .$1.25 Instant 'Sewing Book ____ Sl.OO Instant Fashion Book ..... $1,00 ADVERTISE HERB, Thousands of homemakert real this feature d»llr · . . and they* will «· jour "LET THE RANCH HANDS HELP YOU" WHEN BUYING OR SELLING LAND Don't let inflation throw you, invest in Land BF 505 "CEDAR NATIVE STONE RANCH HOME" You will long remember, the Wind Whispering through the Stately Oaks that surrounds this fine Three Bedroom Home. Juat the place for the large family a pony or two -- with a pony or two -- with -- Call for appointment. BF 509 "RANCH IN THE ROUGH" Like a -Diamond-- Just needs some work to make it Shine. 60 acres that will grow in Value, in the years to come. Priced at Only $250. Per Acre. With terms any Rancher will IOVD, payments when the calf crop is sold next fall -- Call Buddy Brallon -- 521-2266. BF 522 "A 5 BEDROOM SPREAD" Room for all the Little Wranghrs to have a room of their own. On about 2 acres, so you can have that Pony the Kids have always wanted -- Close-in. Call Jean Barrett, BF 523 "OLD WIRE MISSION" We have a Choice 4-acre tract -- This site will be hard to beat -- Builders take look then call Buddy Bratton -- 521-2265, BF 524 "ELK HORN SPRINGS SPREAD" Just 2 milcj south of Hwy 16 West, 30 acrea of the most Picturesque Land in N.W, Arkansas, where you will have Deer Quail for neighbors. With Large Cabin, Native Stone Fireplace -- good well Spring Branch. Call Jean Barrett. BARRETT-FINCHER REAL ESTATE 118 So. College Ave., Fayefleville Ark. · 521-1929 Member National Institute of Farm and Land Broken iot bprings Civic Center Sept. '« '· . " Garland County residents rated in November 1972 to pur- :hase voting machines. Named Manager NORTH LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Robert A. Manning has been named general manager of radio station KXLR. H e s u c c e e d s Robert McDermott. Manning formerly was general manager of stations WCHS and WBES (FM) at Charleston. W.: Va. He began work at KXLR July 15: Manning has been in broadcasting more than 18 years. Before joining the Charleston stations, he was executive vice president and general manager ol WKOK AM-FM at Sunbury, Pa. KXLR is owned by the Starr Broadcasting Group, a New Orleans-based firm that owns several radio stations across the country. concerning the need for a primary. Rifchard Off ALGIERS (AI of Portugal's / *o get indepen ie new nation f riliral Lid au on Sept 10 Ullliai Hit guese troops ar LOS ANGELES (AP) -- British actor Cyril Ritchard was off the critical list today following a sharp improvement in his condition after suffering an apparent heart attack in a stage performance. Ritchard, who played Captain Hook in the stage and television versions of "Peter Pan," was listed in satisfactory condition today by a hospital spokeswoman. She said there had been no- decision on when the 75-year-old actor would he released. Ritchard had been due to play the part of a millionaire in the stage show "Sugar" at the Music Center here. When he collapsed Sunday in a dress rehearsal, many in the audience thought it part of the act. . FIVE ACRES ONE A C R E Close in West on 16, Fenced with w "h neat Stone Frame home f^, vPaStUref a " 5 ^ ardcn / C1Can ' c"rp3£. 16 BuHMn "wt'chSf '"- "3 hnml «;.£?..,, Thrce bedroom bedrooms, utility room plus out- nome. see lor your country home, side storage building. Owner wil trade. Call us for details. 3 BEDROOM CLOSE-IN LOCATION Brick, completely remodeled, at- Excellent Five Koom Collate re- tached two-car garage. Patio -- "nUy redecorated and new quality .! " ,, . . ' only $33,900.00 with good flnanc- e r g in. Ing. E '- REAL ESTATE Doug Harltey .... 442-6446 521-6700 Bill Lazenby 521-5833 Las Davis 521-4448 UCl. Jl. According to nee agreemen ;iers Monday, ninistration Guinea will be ebel governm ast fall by the ment in the We ory, the Africa Independence the Cape Verde The rebel leaded by Ar 0, who succ Cabral as hea after Cabral « in January 19 Foster P Oriental . An orientati prospective fo being held by Services here tl The orientati at 7 p.m. Thur pitality room Electric Power ville. .Mrs. Pat Bai dinating the : there is a pr foster parents handicapped c homes are nee f r o m birth to 1 Persons intei as foster pare attend the m« information ma calline Mrs. B Guinea-Bissau To Receive Independence On Sept. 10 of Portuguese government is ·istides E'ercira, needed Amilcar session for pressing need for founder of the liberation party. The independence agreement ending four centuries of colonial rule was worked out in negotiations held in London and Algiers since May. It was signed by Foreign Minister Mario Scares of Portugal and Maj. Pedro Pires, the deputy defense minister in the rebel government. The agreement proclaimed an immediate cease-fire in the = uerrilla war that the rebel novement has been waging since 1962. It said that independent Guinea-Bissau and Portugal ill maintain "a relationship of active cooperation -- particu- arly in the econonriic, financial, cultural and technical fields -on a basis of independence, mu- ual respect, equality, reciproc- ty of interest and harmonious relations." The agreement does not provide independence for the 275,10(1 people of the Cape Verde slands, an archipelago in the Atlantic some 450 miles north- ,vesl of Ihe Guinea-Bissau coasl. But Portugal said it ivould hold a self-determination referendum on the islands at some future dale "in accordance with relevant resolutions of the United Nations." Guinea-Bissau has a population of 800,000, mostly poor farmers. Once the new military regime in Portugal decided to let the African colonies go, Portuguese Guinea was the logical choice for a starter since it ia of no economic importance to Portugal and has few white settlers. Portugal's military rulers have also promised independence to the other two African colonies, Angola and Mozambique. But negotiations to achieve this are certain to be much more difficult since both have sizable white populations.

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