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47-RMl Eitat«-For Sql»- BVBRTHODY ttlif UM TIMES WANT ADB. Ton «»l ONE OF FAYETTEVILU'S FINEST This lovely home i» Indeed one of the fineit home* in town. It can |J« your* lodiy. 3 large bedrooms, (room (or king sized beds) »unk- en living room, many extras. Call UJ today* FREEMAN REAL ESTATE REALTOR 1617 N. College 521-6300 , VA-- NO MONEY DOWN This S btdroom, IV, bath hom= In Woodland Heights can be yours Jor 517,500. It you qualify you pay only closine costs on a VA loan Guard against Inflation, own a home. James Freeman 521-8300 or 521-7088. FREEMAN WIDE OPEN SPACES If you have a "don't fence me In f«eltn£ you must aee this lovel home with lota of space txrth i' and around II, In the Butterflcl School District, aiid priced at $37 WO. James Freeman 531-5600 or 523 FREEMAN College 1617 N. DON'T DREAM TOO LONG about a home of your own, prices are Increasing! This attractive ne 3 bdrm, l l , bath home may he th one to fill your needs. Call us tc day for details. $32,250, FREEMAN REAL ESTAJE 1EALTO* 1617 N. College 521-6300 EVERYBODY nidi li« TTHE3 WAN 1 ADS. You anl Between Fay, 9pringdal«. 3 B brick, lit balhs. Central heat. E CfrUent condition. Good floor pla Large lot. 122,500. Call Bogcr W Hams 142-5351 or 521-4237. 7--Real E»tat«-For Sal* 47-HUat Eitat*-For Sol»- Uga I Nottnt T OWNER: Income property, IT «p«rt- enlt, 3 ytirs old, food tootUon. Priced RKMbly. Good flnftnclnl available. one SUBURBAN REAL ESTATE REALTOfi m Brown 442-8*77 Broker Ror. Sherwood 443-2050 Hwy. 45 E. D*bor*h Cowtn ARE YOU READY? sharp new 3 bedroom home cftn e yours for $28,500. You must aee . to apreclate. The extra touches . his home has ot on 45 But. to offer. BUILDING SITES We have 2 acre tracts for $9,000 $1,000 DOWN ACRES Hi miles off 16 We«1 .8,500. All you need Js * 1,000 down erma on the remaining amount, 50 ACRES Where can you find 50 acres o beatuiful property ad Join in? th White Elver for WO.OOQ and terms available? Call us for 'more infer matlon. THREE bedroom modem house, 4 year old, on 5 acre,* 35 miles out of Wei ·"ork, good commun I ty, $13,000 ca s! Phone 839-3132 alter 4:00 p.m. WANNA BUY BETTER TRY HOMESTEAD WINTER WARMER Native *tone Fireplace plus a 2 bdr. tram« home on more than an acre of trees. Gardening area plus pond. All for only $12,50011 REAL Gl FIND Do not overlook the quality convenience, and comfort ot this 2 bdr. laweL Ideal starting place for young G.I. Juit 916,500.00. NEWLY REMODELEDII Large corner' lot 2 bdr., 1 bath frame home. New Paneling new floors, new aiding, to be 'carpeted this week. Better stIU -- NEW PRICEII Only $9,350 and owner will carry papers!! WILD COUNTRY Native *tone and frame home. 2 or 3 bdr. Refrigerator range remain. Native atone fireplace, large screened in porches and detached garage. Breathless view on 16^4 acres for just $17,000. ACREAGES! ACREAGES! 21 acres close In. Aluminum bldg. Owner financed. 20 acres close to the lake for only J18.500.00. 20 rolling NOTICE OF SM.K »ioo,coo CITY OF PRA1R1K CEIOVK, ARKANSAS G K N E n A I* OBLIGATION IMPROVEMENT BONDS DATED SKPTEMHEH 1, 1913 Nollce 1s hereby Rtvun Ihnt th« C i t y of PralrJc Grove-, Arknnsn* lho "City") w i l t wit /or cash on tea led bids al the Inio and plftco spccillcd below iti [100,000 In principal amount of General Uga! Notfo Obligation "bonds"). Improvement Bonds (the which fire being Issued for Wei 160 (eel. tliencc North Ihcnce Has I ISO feet of the beginning. the purpose of financing a portion of the cost or construe ting extensions, l»Uermcnti and improvements lo the U'dlcrwork* Syitem, with the balance of the costs lo be obtained from available rundj o( Itie City and the proceeds of Water and Sewer Revenue Bonds. The bonds will be general obligations of the City Issued under the . authority of Amendment No. 13 lo Ihe OoosUlutlon of the Stale of Arkansas fcirf.wUi be secured by a special conllnuin* annual tax ot 3 milts on the dollar of all taxable real and personal property In the City. The assessed valuation ot the taxable ·enl and personal properly In the City for the year 1973, the Eesl assessment of record is 51,920,970. The Issuance of the bonds has been approved by tho electors ot the City Part of tho Norihweit Quarter of the Northwest Quarter ot Section 9, Township 16. North ot Range M West of Ihe 5th Principal Meridian, more particularly described n* follows: IeglnnlnK a I the Norlhtasl corner ol said 10 acre Ifact and running thence fouth 87 feel there* West 180 feet, thence North 87 feel, nd running Ihenco South 67 fee hence " ' " " 87 feet. point Ol TKRM'Et OF BALK: On a cre-lll of three months, tho purchn.wr being required to execute a bond as required by law and the order and decree ot said Court In said cause, with approved securHj 1 , bearing Interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from date of sale until paid, and n lien bring retained on the premises sold lo sccura the payment of the purchase money. Given under my hand this 51 h day Ol Sept., A.D., 1974. ALMA KOLLMEYER Commissioner In Chancery (Seal) ITc 9 , . ·Hie bonds w i l l be daled September 1, 1973, Interest Ihercun will be payable on March 1 and September I of each year, commencing March 1, 1974, and ac res wl In b eaut If ul special 28, 3073. election held on August Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Monday, Sept. 9, 1974 FAYETTEV1LLE. ARKANSAS 13 Spitz To Swim Again Two Years After Winning Gold Medals NOTICE PUOBATK COURT OF the bonds will mMure -. of each year as follows (hut shall September be subject lo redemption prior lo maturity as hereinafter set forth): YEAR AMOUNT $2.000 2.000 2,000 1077 1978 1979 PRAIRIE Drove, Coz; 2 bedroom tome njth fulJ basement Htavily shaded lot. Walk to school ud town. OaLJ 9«-25I5 for appointment. White Spac* D O E S Readership Of AS* i : redwood throughout, shag carpeting, bed- Older home, redecorated in central part of city. 2 baths, fl rooms. Very large lot with many beauti shade trees. $18,500- Call Chria Blondcau 442-5351 or 521-2004. Ill) ACRES 7 mtle southwest of Faycttevlli ton 2*5 ' Hi way. Juat right for small tracti. Sell all or any part J. D. NEILL REAL ESTATE Rogers. Ark. Phone 636-3749 EVERYBODY nad» th» TTME3 WANT ^DS. You M»l FOR Sale: 50 acres -- Goshen -- cul affcr 6:00 p-m., 442-908S. FfSHING AT BACK DOOR 5 Acr«. 5 mll« out 1« Wwt. 1 Bedroomi. fireplace, new home ?19,300. Will consider'trade. Phone 442-5928. woods. Lots ol native atone- $25,000.00. 10 acres just on the east side of KayelteviUc $111.000. 9 art joining acres can be purchased for only 510,000. Buy both or either. REDWOOD LAKE COTTAGE Genuine Complete ,, ,, _ _ _ room, bath, living room, kitchen, carport, sundeclc and fireplace for homey retreat .Large corner lot- All this for only $10500. FAYETTEVIUE FIND mall price -- BIG BUY -- will even GL 2 bdr., 1 bath frame home extra larg« lot Single car ga- e.'LR drapes and kitchen range remain. Only $16,000. Don't let this one pass you by. U K E COUNTRY LIFE? We have a large older farm house with 3 bdr. sitting on 19 acres, 4 in trees the real in grass, all fenced Haj natural gas, new pump in wel St. water tap is paid. Close to either Springdale or Fayetteville. Good price $29,900. NEWLY M A R R I E D ? RETIRED? We have a nice 2 bdr., 1 bath frame cottage on slightly more than l / 3 acre. Equity and assume 7% loan or re-finance. In Farmington. $9,500, EXCELLENT RENTAL 5 room frame house in Fayetteville. 2 bdr. 1 bath. Utility room coutd be used as Mother-In-Law bdr. Detached I car garage. Could S robablty be zo ned commercial. nly 111.000. LOTTA WORK--LITTLE LOVE Could* make this house very comfortable. It has 2 bdr., 1 bath, utility area, patio. It's frame and rock. Could be a good investment and $3,200 may ba assumed. Total price U just $12,500. NEW LISTING Belter *ee this one today! J bdr. brick, 1 bath, carport, on large lot. $5,400 equity and assume loan at 1937 1938 1593 1996 1997 199S , 3,000 3,000 4,009 4,000 4.000 4.000 4,000 4,000 5,000 5,000 5.000 6.000 6.000 6,000 7,000 7,000 8,000 WASHINGTON COUNTY. ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OF TUB ESTATE OF ALFRED C. WILSON, deceased No. 1-172 Last known address of deccttent: Wesl fork, Arkansas Date of death: July 6, 1974 An instrument dated AURUSI IB. 1973. was on the Mil day ol September, 1974. admitted lo probate as the last will of Ihe above named decedent, and the undersigned has been appointed executrix thereunder, A contest of the probate ol Uie will can be effected only by f i L I n z a petition wilhin the lime provided by law. Al! persons having claims Rgahut the. estate must exhibit them, duty, verified, lo the undersigned wihin six months from the date of the first publication of this notice, or they shall be forever larrcd anrl precluded from any benefit in the estate. This notice lirst published 9 day of September, J974. Elizabeth Al. Wilson (Executrix) Cfiaries W. Atkinson Attorney Al Law K Norm College Avenue FayeMeviHe. Arkansas 77/01 C/t TO: ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN WOMAN'S A Convenient Sewing and hopping Guide for Today's Gal on the Co. interest. Owner will also fell .1. END OF SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE1! Buy lake lots now while prices are low. Choice lots at Beav-O-Hamal At the opUon of the purchaser the bonds will be Issued I n - f u l l y registered form. Supplemental and due! coupons will it be permitted, and no conversion wilt be allowed. No hid ol lew Ihnn pap and nccrued Interest for bonds bearing interest at not more than 5 per c«nl per annum will be entertained. Tfce award. If shall be to the bidder whose bid results in Ihe lowest net interest cost lo the CLlj* lo be dplertntned by computing the intercst from date ot maturity ol the bonds at tfic rate bid and deducting therefrom the amount of any premium. The bonds will be callable for payment prior to maturity in inverse numerical order at a price of par and accrued Interest as follows: From surplus tax collections on any interest paying date; from funds from any source on any Interest paj'ins dale on and a f t e r Sep- lember 1, 1978. The Cilj r will covenant that surpl u s lax collections, being collections from the special continuing annual tax in excess of the amount necessary to Insure the prompt payment ol lae principal of, Interest on and Paying Agent's fees tn connection with th* bond! BS the same become due, must be used from time lo lime on each Interest paying date as and to the extent available to redeem the outstanding bonds. AIL expenses of Uie Issue, including without l i m i t a t i o n , Ihe publication pense, printing of Ihe bonds, the au fcation fee, and Ihe fee of Smith, Williams, Friday. Eldridffe A Clark, Bond counsel. Little Kockj Arkansas, upon whose approving opinion the bonds will be issued, will be paid by the City. The purchaser may name the Trustee and Paying Apent. The bonds will be sold upon sealed bids whicn will be received until 9:00 A.M., on SEPTEMBER SO, 1974 inrt each bid shall be end osed in a envelope marked on the outside L«stcr Paul Guardian) Raymo (Father or am| Gwen Raymo (Mother) OF:. Paula Michelle Raymn WARNING ORDER Take notice lhat on the 17th day of October, 1973 a petition was filed by Mary Ellen Rohbins of, Washington In County By BOB THOMAS LOS ANGELES AP) -- Two years atter his amazing win of seven gold medals in the Olympic Games, Mark Spitz says that he might swim again, but tor money this time. His hair has grown long since he electrified the world with his seven gold medals and seven world records at Munich in 1972. He is richer, having.cash- ed in on product endorsements and show business offers. But at 24 he remains the same as before -- outspoken, competitive, self-assured,' and cocky, say his detractors. ' He claims he is stronger than he was during the Olympics, and that has made him think about swimming again. "I think a man reaches his physical maturity between 28 and 32." he observed in the apartment he shares with wife, Susan, in Marina del Res yacht basin. "The only reasor swimmers stop competing at 2! is that they get out of schiio and have'to go 'work'.·Otherwise they could : go oh : and evei swim better.' · · "I've been .talking lo a Mem a certain (child) named Paula Michelle Raymo declared a dependent child and to lake from you the custody and guardianship of said child and lo appoint lor her some suitable person as her guardian or lo place saM child in some suitable institution or home in this state Tor the care "and guardianship of dependent and delinquent children. Now unLes you appear within twenty days after tho dale o[ this notice nnd show cause against such application, the petition shall be taken as confessed and the decree granted. Daled 9-1-74 COUNTY CLERK Fllllr, E. Roberts Fayetleville. Arkansas By: Joan Perry. D.C. Ould have to win five individ- al events and two relays to latch my record of four indi- idual, three relays. "Nobody complained when 'alery Borzov won the 100 and ic 200-meter dashes. Or whet Iga Korbut won the floor ex rcises and the balance beam .'s so hypocritical." In the two years since the 'lympics, Mark Spitz has rare j gone near the water, excep or his favorite hobby of sailing is' 36-foot boat: "I had such a regimented lir if practicing at G a.m. am .gain at 4 p.m. that I delight in doing nothing." But he is full of business mat ers -- pursuing his career ii how business, following up 01 h i s p r o d u c t .endorsements 'I'm not an absentee lam; ord", researching a new bus : ness about which he is secre ive. Board Approves Two School Conlracls LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Th» tale Board of Education-Sun- ay approved construction con- racts for two post-secondary ocational schools -- at Batcs- ille and near DeQueen. Approval of the Batcsville contract was made contingent n assurance from local olfi- :ials that sewer service ·· would IG made available at no cost lo he state, The site for the .chool is about 4,000 feet from sewer lines. A report attached to the ward's agenda quoted state Sen. Bill H. Walmsley of Batesville as saying the city did. not have the money for a sewer system and that the Chamber of Commerce had "strained everyone's resources" in raising? $60,000 to purchase the site. The board said, however, that its policy was that localities provided utilities to vo-lcch schools. The contract (or construction of the Cossatot Vo-Tech School near DeQueen was awarded to Seven K. Corp., of DeQueen for $511,750. The contingent Bates- vine contract went to Een Caston Construction Co., of Heber Springs for $469,600. Bids for a new school at East Caindcn will have lo be read- verlised because the low bidder's subcontracts were not provided in a sealed envelope. COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE IS HEHEB SALE GIVEN, "Proposal for 5100.000 City ol Prairie Grove, Arkansas General Obligation Improvement Bonds," and addressed to The Honorable E.S. Davidson, Mayor, Prairli in pursuance o! Uie authority and directions contained in the decretal order of the Ohancery Court ot Washington County, macTe and entered on the 5th day of September, A.D., J374 In a certain cause (No. ch -'74-S1S) the pending therein between Federal National Mort- g a g e Association, A Corporation Orsaniwd and IMstlnj Under Ihe I.aw of the United States, Plaintiff and Ronnie M, Mllward and Mary K. MLlward, Husband and Wife, defendants, the undersigned, as Commissioner of said court, will oflpr for .sale at public venrli the highest bidder, at the west dnor entrance of the County C Ilouse, In wbich said Court is the Counts' of Washington, within the hours prescribed by law for judicial sales, on 'the SO day of September at 10:00 a.m., A.T). 1974 the rollo\vini described real estate, to-wll: Lot Numbered Eleven (11) in Block Numbered Two (21 of Harper Addition No. Two (2) to the City of SprinBiraii Arkansas as per jilal of said Addition about my getting back in train ing. I would have to start nov and train for two years before would be back in peak condi tion. I think I could at leas break one of my records. FOR MONEY .THIS TIME "But it'would have'to be fo money this time. How? I don know. Something could b worked out." The 1976 Olympics are appar cntly out of th e qu es Uo n f o Spitz, not merely because of hi yen to make his swimming pay He said the Amateur Athletic j Union considers him a . p r o f e s | sional because he has endorsed swimming products. ' ' T h e y ' r e discriminating against my profession; 1 ' he complained. "A doctor or law yer could continue their jobs and swim as amateurs. But because I'm in entertainment, I'm ^a professional. Did j o u know that swimmers can't even take jobs as lifeguards and~re : ~ main amateurs. It's ridiculous." . . , · . - , He continued with a blast at AAU officials as "a bunch of phonies. They don't stand · up for our country at all; they bend backwards to please'the Iron Curtain countries. "Because of the gold medals I won, they thought there were Interview point Fayetteville area residents and visitors expressed their feelings this week concerning the conditional amnesty proposed .by. .the ford. administration. . , ., .Under the conditional amnesty proposal, d r a f t evaders who fled to other countries during the Vietnam conflict would come home to face individual hearings and terms of public service as retribution for their actions. Send her snugly to school p out to play in this trio! QUICKIE trio! Crochet coa from neck down all in one piece, including sleeves. No seams to sew. Use bulky yarn. Pattern 718: scarf, beret, coat, sizes 4-10 incl. 75 CENTS each pattern -add 25 cents each pattern for first-class mail and special handling. Send to Laura Wheeler, Northwest Arkansas TIMES, 450, Needlecraft Dept., Box 181, Old Chelsea Station, New York, N.Y. 10011. Print Pattern Number, Name, Address, Zip. The source of inspiration -- our new 1075 Needlecraft Catalog 180 designs, 3 printed insirle. Send 75 cents now. New' Nifty Fifty Quilts ...Jl.OO New! Ripple Crochet Sl.OO Sew plus Knit Book $1.25 Needlepoint Book $1.00 Flower Crochet $1.0( Hairpin Crochet Book jl.Ot Instant Crochet Book $1.01 Instant Money Book jl.Ot Instant Macrame Book --$1.(M Complete Gift Book .... $1.00 Complete Afghans No. H ..$1.00 12 Prize Afghans No. 12 50 cents Book of 16 Quilts No. 1 50 cents Museum Quilt Book No. 2 50 cents 15 Quills for Today No. 3 ....50 cents Book of 16 Jiffy Rugs ..50 cents Just what you need with the holiday dinners cortiing up -apron thai from gravy spots. Save no-nonsense protects you plashes and dollars, sew. 4555 SIZES 5-8 -10 M-12-14 t-16-18 Monte Ne Shores I and Pondtrosa! CAIi TODAY 1 WANNA SELL BETTER TELL HOMESTEAD REALTY 751-7909 Bob Blackstor 442-5OT1 Helen Harvey 756-6520 Ramona Mobley 751-1936 Fraser Stephens 521-2137 Salesmen wanted. Confidential interviews. Call Homestead Realty 7S1-7909. Legal Notice NOTICE IN THE PROBATE COURT OF WASHINGTON COUNTY, AR KANSAS NO, 74-1S4 IN THE MATTER OF THB ESTATE OF JAilES R. HALE, deceased Ijst known address ol decedent; Fay- etlevllie, Arlranaas Date of death "August 18. 3974 An i n sirument dated April 17 r 1 973, was on the 23nd day of August, 1974, admitted to probate as the last will of the above named decedent, and the undersigned has been appointed co-exccu- trs thereunder. A contest or the probate ol the will can be effected only by filing a petition wilhin the lime provided by lavr.- A l L per.sons having claims against Uie estate must exhibit lhem r duly verified, lo the undersigned within six months fc«m the date of the firsl publication of lh.1 s notice , or they sha! 1 be (orevcr barred and precluded! from any benefit n Ihe eslale. Tiiis notice tirsl published 2nd day of September, 197-1. Jean Ann Kale, John C. Hale, And J. Joseph Ha e Oo-Execulors c/o Charles E- Hanks, Irove, Arkansas. The bids will be opened In Ihe Council Chambers, Prairie Grove, Arkansas. All bffiders (with the exception ot the United States ot America, Farmers Home Administration) must ile a certified or cashier's check in [he amount of $2,000. pnyable to (he !;i(y of Prnfrie Grove, Arkansas, to be cept as Jiciuitfated damages If the bidder s awarded the sale of the bo nd s and fails lo complete the purchase. Checks of unsuccessful bidders will be promptly returned. Interest will not be paid on good faflh checks. No contTngent provisions may be in- :luded In the bids and the City reserves t i e right (o reject any and all bids. Additional informnlion may be obtained from the untiersfgned, or from Smith. William?, Fridav, Eldridge Clark 1100 Boyle Building, Little Rock, Arkansas 72201, GIVEN this 6th day of September; 1974. CITY OF PnAIRIE GROVE, ARKANSAS By B. S- Davidson Mayor 3Tc 9. 17, 23 WARXTNTr ORD1TK IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF WASHINGTON COUNTY ARKANSAS Robert' Baldwin Plaintiff Vs. CH-74-7S1 Jackye Darlene Baldwin Defendant The Defends nl Jackye Darlene Baldw n Is warned to appear in this Court wilhi i thirty daj'i and answer the complaint of Ihe PlainUlf in the above entitled cause. Wit ness my hand a nd seal ol thi s Court this 28th day of August, 197-1. A!ma Kollmeyer Chancery Clerk By Kaye Chnpcll D,C. fSEALl ·1TC SEPT. 2,9,lfi,23. IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF WASHINGTON COUNTY, A RK AWSAS WARNING ORDER Peter G., Estes and William A. Siorey Plaintiff Vs. CH -74-758 Jim Cole man on file In the olflce of Circuit. Clr T and Es-0/fJcIo Recorder of Washington County. Arkansas. TERMS OF SALE: On- a credit of three months, Uie purchaser being ·equlred lo execute n bond us required jy Inw and Ihe order and decre e o f said Court in said cause, with approved security, bearing interest at Iho ral« of 8.5 per cent per annum from dale of sale until paid, and i lion being retained on the premise. 1 ; sold (o secure Ihe payment of Ihe purchase money. Given under my hand this 5th o*ay of September, A.D., J974. ALMA KOLLMEYER Commissioner In Chancery (Seal) 2Tc 9, 16 Innovation Pension Plan Said Not Popular DETROIT (AP) -- Thousands of auto workers are not using the industry's unique 30-and-out retirement plan because they do not think they can afford to retire on a fixed income, says one of the plan's architects. Doug Fraser, a HAW vice resident who helped get the plan into the contract nego- iated with Chrysler Corp. last fall, cited figures showing that only about 1,300 of he 33,000 auto workers eligible for {ul! pension benefits have taken atl- .00 many swimming events in ;he Olympics. But every one. of :he races I swam were bona- fide world events. "Now they've cut three swimming events, including the men's sprint relay. A swimmer State Highway Accidents Take Nine Lives By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. A mother and : her" ~18-lay-oltl daughter were among nine persons who died in five Arkansas traffic accidents during the weekend. State Police identified t h e mother as Sandra June Akins, 25, of Van Buren, and her baby, Tami Michelle. Sheritf Bill Vickery and Deputy Sheriff -Kenny ...Trent of Crawford County said six' other persons were injured " in' --the two-car crash on Arkansas 162 about Vh. miles east of V a n Buren Sunday night. The sheriff's office spokesmen said the fatal accident occurred when a car left the road on the west side, came back onto the road, then .crossed the center line, striking the car in which the Akins mother and child were riding, statp Pnlirfi identified the - DIANA RIVERS of Eohca -"I think these men were much more patriots than the men who tried to send them to war. Public service is a punitive action. If they should be made to perform public service, then we all should. I believe that this was -a Very mistaken war. I don't feel they should be made to' ap'olpgize.fqr it." Amreican Letfoln Building The Defendant JJm Coleman is warned Fayelleville, Arkansas 72701 to appear in this Court within thfrty 2Tfe 1. 9 days and answer Uie complaint of Hie Plaintiff in the above en lit led cause. Witness my hand and seal of Court this 29 day ot August, 197-1, Alma Kollmeyer Chancery Clerk By Kaye Chappell D.C. COMMISSIONER'S SALB NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Thai in pxirsunncc of the authority and directions contained In Ihe decrelal order of the Chancery Court of Washington County made and «nlered on the 28th day of' Augusl, A.D., 197-t In a certain cause (N'o. he-Ttf-SQ) then pondtjis therein between Farmers and Merchants Bank PLAINTIFF VS. J: R, Hale, et al DEFENDANTS James R. Hale CROSS- PLAINTIFF VS. Bryce J. Davis anrl Betty Jo Davis, Husband and wife OROS9 -- DF,FENIANTS VS. ROhert H. 4TC SEPT. 2,9,16,23 FLOYD HAWKINS of San Antonio, Tex. -- "The men who create war should be jailed. Not in a penthouse but in the same dirty jaiis where everybody else spends time. I rode the tankers in World War II and when I got home I -Jound out that Roosevelt knew all about Pearl Harbor and had let the whole thing happen. Let the boys come home. Some boys believe in one thing, others believa differently. I've smoked since I was three, but I don't feel everybody else ought to smoke, People here should be allowed to think as they want. This is a country of individuals." . Wheeler and Fannie Mae Wheeler, Husband and Wife, CROSS-DEFENDANTS, Ihe undersigned, as OommiMloner of fald court, w i l l offer for sale at public vendue to the highest bidder, al the west door or entrance of the County Court House, in which said Court is held, in the Coun- ly of Washington, within the hmira Printed Pattern 4555: Misses' mall (8-10); Medium (12-14); ,arge (16-18). Medium takes H yards 45-incii. Send $1.00 for each pattern. Add 25 cents for each pattern for irst-class mail and special landling. 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. MORE FOR YOUR MONEY IN NEW PALL-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 prescribed by on Ihe 25th law for day of . . . . . , , scribed real estate lrt-w[t: judicial sales. September at Part of the Northwetl Quarter of the NorUiwesl Quarter of Section 28, Township 16 North, Ranse 30 Weil W the 5th P.M., described as follows: Beginning at Ihe Southwest Corner of said 40 acre tract and runnnig, thence North 785 feel to the cettler of the crcelt, hence along the center of Sftld creeV, following the NOTICE PROBATE COURT C WASHINGTON COUNTY, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF CHARLES L. TRUITT, deceased No P74-170 Last known address of decedent: Rt 5, FayetlRVillP, Arkansas Date of death: August 5, 1914 An Instrument dated February 10, 15fi6, was on the 4th day of September, 1071, admitted to probate as the last will of Ihe above named decedent, and the undersigned has been appointed executrix thereunder. A contest of the probate of the vrill can he effected only by filing a pelitlon within Ihe Itme provided by ~ iw. All persons having craims against Uie estate must exhibit them, duly verified, fo the undersigned within six months from the date of the first publication of this notice, or they shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefit in Ihe estate. Tfils r.rrtlce f i rsl publ ished 9 day thereof, in to the North Northeasterly line of said vantage of it so far. He says, however, that many workers may wait to retire until Oct. 1 when benefits Increase. The 30-and-out plan, which the union considered a major breakthrough in the last contract negotiations, allows a worker to retire atter 30 years' service with Chrysler, General Motors or Ford with full pension. In the past, workers could retire after 30 years, but not with full benefits if they were under 65. Top benefits will increase from $550 to $625 dollars a month on Oct. 1. Most auto workers make more than $260 a week before taxes, with the average assembler pulling in about $240. Fraser says of the low number of retirements: "With living costs continuing to rise, they feel they just can't aftord fo retire . on a fixed income. They know they would be wiped " September, 1 ADVERTISE JIEHX* Tbmuandt ot hoRwmaktn n* Ihli fettun d»ll7 . . . ind UM/' win M« ym acre Iract, thence East 4.IB rods, thence South 417.42 feet, thence West lo Ihe cer.ter of a Urge dilcn. thenre In a Southerly and Southeasterly direction along the center of said ditch, following the meantlerings thereof, lo ttie south line of said 40 acre Iract, ttience West to Ihe point of beginning, containing 7 acres, more or less. TERMS OF SALE: On K credit of Ihrec months, Ihe purchaser being required lo execute a bond as requlreii by law and the order and decree of said Court In said cause, vLth approved security, bearing Interest al the rale of 10 per cent per annum from date of sate until paid, and a lien being re- talned on Ihe premises sold to secure the payment of (he purchase money. olven under my hand this 28th day of Augusl, A.D., 1974. Alma Kollmeyer Commissioner [n Chancery. (SEAL) I TC SEPT. M Lelfl Mae Undsey Daniel (Executrix) C/o David Burieson, Attorney P.O. Box EOT, Fay«Mev)l!c, AR, 72701 other victims fic accidents in Arkansas as: . --Leo Perkins, 34, of Memphis, Tenn., killed Sunday night when he lost .control of the vehicle he was driving, causing it fo hit the median wall on the Memphis-Arkansas Bridge on interstate 55 several times. Perkins was thrown from the vehicle. -Ronald W. Hart, 21, of Bo sier City, La.; and L a r r y McKnight, 27, of near Wynne killed Friday night in a three vehicle mishap four miles wesi of Lehi on Interstate 40. --Janie Akin, 59, and Hober Akin, 81, bolh of near Beehe killed Saturday night in a two car crash 14 miles north of Lo noke at the junction of Ar kansas 31 and 38. --Sarah Yvonne Asberry, 21 and Misty Asberry, 3. both o Cave City, killed Sunday in ; two-car crash two miles east_o Desha on Arkansas 25. COMMISSIONER'S SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY O1VEN, That in pursuance of the authority and directions contained In the decretal order of the Chancery Court of Washington County made and enlered on the 4th day of Sep 1 .. A.D,, 174 in a certain cause (No. 24671) then pending therein between RICHARD MA YES and EVELYN DELORES MAYES, Husband and Wile. Plaintiffs and BoMjby J. Mayes, defendant the undersigned, as Commissioner of said court, will olfer for sale at public vcndue lo Ihe highest bidder, at Ihe west door or entrance of the County Court House, In whlcfi said Court Is hold. In the County of Washington, wilhin the hours prescribed by law for Judicial sales, on the IGlh day of Sept., A.IX, 1.174, the following described real jewau. lo-wlt: out. A GM spokesman says that in the past H months, 804 hourly workers used 30-and-out to retire. At Ford, a spokesman sairl 350 workers retired under the plan. Chrysler figures were not available, but a spokesman said they were expected to number about 150. UAW officials say, however, they feel it's been important to establish the principle of early retirement. Fraser said that many eligible workers may be waiting an extra few years to get higher benefits ((hey rise to J700 a month by 1978), and ihc company - paid dental program which begins next month. Hammer Is Thrown At Aulo Windshield SPRINGDALE -- A hamme: was thrown at a windshield o a vehicle traveling smith on Hwy. 71 Sunday, police- sail today. Clifford Leo,Davis, 30 Fink St.! told" police he" wa driving in his car when a mai in another car pulled up besid him and hollered out. A hammer then hit pavjs' windshield and the other ca speci away. · Damage to th windshield was estimated a $60. JAMES BKADLEY of 1933 elen St. -- "I served in Viet- am and was awarded two pur- hearts - f r o m shrapnel ouuds. 1 had a lot of buddies illed over there. Bring the vaders back when we have nother war and make them erve. Or give them a few ears in prison. They ran away mm responsibility and I don't think it thev can cope with should be an unconditional amnesty. I feel I wouldn't have gone to serve in that war. I would have done the same thing and gone to Canada." REX PENROSE of Peculiar,! Mo. --"I've really thought about this. I don't think Vietnam did a damn bit of good. Dur leaders said we couldn't leave because of our honor. What, .does honor have .to do with dying · men? There were a number of boys who went into the Peace C o r p s instead of the a r m y . The ones who just look off, I don't believe it was' right.' There s h o u l d b e more details published as to how Ihdy propose to handle this affair." DEBBIE BROWN of 103 S. Duncan Ave. -- "The men who left the country wouldn't have done it if they thought it was wrong. For' something they believe in. they shouldn't bo punished. Believing in something does not make you-a criminal. Vietnam was a way of making money. If I was a guy, maybe I'd have gone to war. But I wouldn't have liked it.

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