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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 30

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32 Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Wed., Sept. 18, 1974 FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS 47--Real Estate--For Sale GROCERY BUSINESS We hav« Just listed two excellent values In country stores with gas pumps located on slate highways near popular lake and profitable trade communities. These locations »re putting money in the bank every day after day after day. Liv ing quarters. Dale Newlin Realty Co. 443-4647 or 443-2968 PARTMRNT UOUSK for sale. 5*50 per lonlh net. ?65,OQO financing. Phono 521120. 55 ACRES More or less. Located on Hwy. 2fx, South about 6 miles from th Square. Poftd, Spring, About hal open land. Beautiful building sites ict, CA Greenland School District. ALL, HEINEY REALTY CO. Hwy. 16 East 442-9236 7--Real Estate--For Sale-- Notices egal Notices-- IOTICE TO PROSPECTIVE BIDDERS Tiin Cily of Foj'Cltcvllto, Ark.insns w i l l cccpl sealed bid!, unlil 10 A.M. on October 7, 1974 [or Itie lurnishinfr ol 2 police vehicles. Bid forms, specKLca- ons. anrt lernis rind conditions niny 30 acquired ot tlie CUy Mflmincr's Office n the Cily AtljnlnislraUon Building on Vest Mounlnln Slrcet. The C i t y reserves the right lo aeccpl or reject any -or all bids waive formalities In Uie bidding, and lo make a bid award deemed lo be In the best Interest of trie City. Sturm an Mackey Purchasing Officer To IB NOTICE IN TUB PltOBiVrf! COURT OF WASHINGTON COUNTY. ARKANSAS N. TMT3 IN TUB MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Jnmes Arthur Smith, [Incensed Jast known address of dcecdcnl: Prairie Grove, Arkansas « Dale of dealli: Aupust 29, 197i. The undersigned was appolnlcd odniln!- sfrntor ol llie estate of the nbovc-named decedent on the 5lh day of Seulembor, 3971. All persons having claims against tate must exhibit them, duly verified, to tho undersigned within six months front the d n t e of the first publkviUon ol itils notice, or Ihey shall bo forever barred and precluded from any benefit in the estate. This notice first published lllh day Pesticides Blamed In Fish Kill 2ft acres- on blacktop, nearly a open grass land, 3 ponds and wel 32x300 insulated broiler house wit all automatic equipment. Barn, room rock building with work sho and utility and guest bedroon 60x12 mobile home with forced a 1 heat. 100 acres adjoining lease land. Total price $35,000. Minimum down payment $5000 and owner wi finance at 8tt%. 3 acres In West Fork, city ter and natural gas. Large roc veneered home with 2 bedrooms, porches and half basement. Other rock outbuildings wilh guest room. Good garden spot, Scenic setting with large shade trees spoiled over the lawn. .Owner has purchased other property. Drive down and look. Just \\ ' mile off Mineral Springs road about 2 miles from 71. Just over $500 an acre. 36 acres with 15 acres open fertile land. Other land can he cleared. - Scenic view site for building or mobile home. Choice s ite for your future- Owner will finance at 1% with small down. NEWLIN REALTY CO. 839-2522 OT 839-2259 West Fork. Arkansas NOTICE SERVICES TO PERSONS UNABLE TO PAY THEREFOR CERTIFICATION WASItUiGTOX GENERAL HOSPITAL FAYETTEVILUE, ARKANSAS ARKANSAS The Washington General Hospital, Fay- elteville. Arkansas n a s certified that it will not exclude any person from admls si on on thp pround that such person Is unable to pay for needed services, anc thai il will make as'ailable to each per son so admitted services provided by the facility without charge or at a charge which does not exceed such person's abllilj' to pay therefor, as determine* In accordance wilti criteria establishec in the Arkansas Medical Facilities Con struction Plan. This certification h a s been made pursuant to the requirement of the regulations of the Public Health Sen-ice, U. S. Department of Health ducalion and welfare (42 OFR par; .ph 53.111), and Ihe 'applicable nrovi ons of Arkansas Medical Facilities Con- ruclion Plan. The Arkansas Slate Do- arlment of Hcnlth has. therefore, estab- sheri the foregoing level of services s the tevel of uncompcnsated services be made available by said facility n the period January 1, 197'1 to Decem cr 31. 1974. The level of services set nnt meets le presumptive compliance guideline of he Federal Regulations. Copies of the criteria used for Idcntify- R persons unable to pay fc-r services may be obtained Irom Arkansas Slate Department of Health. Division of Hospi- ah nnd Nursinfi Humes, 4315 West Vrarkftam Street, Llltlc Rock, Arkansas. Eugene C. Spralt DIRECTOR OPEN DAILY - 3 NEW HOMES 1 Mockingbird Lane (off Overcrest Drive) Ranch and. Split. 3 BR., formal living room 2 baths, family room, FP large kit. all built-ins. extra big double garage carpeted, AC. Priced low to mid SO's. financing 'available. GINTONIO BLDG. CO. Phone 521-3373 ACREAGES With a view. Looking for a place to build your home? Check on "these acreages today. Partly cleared and in grass. Just off a State Highway: TERMS. FISHER REALTY 839-3288 1V2 ACRES adjoining City property at Lake Sequoyah Dam. Build amongst the trees and have a view of the Lake and the hills. Fronts West Fork ·of White River with some rich bottom land. CALL HEINEY REALTY CO, Hwy 16 East 442-9236 TWO lots, 10x50 mobile home, cenli heal 1* miles from Eitoam Spring near fishing lake. Call 13149. ol September, 1974. James W. Smllh c-o THURMAN fc EVERETT P,0. Box A Pralrlo Grove, Arkansas 72753 Bureau of Health Facility services Tc IS FN THE PROBATE COURT OF WASHINGTON COUNTY, ARKANSAS NO. P74-18! N 7'UE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF HAZEL K. BATES. Deceased ,asl address ol Decedent: 123 E. lllh St. lulchinson, Kans, Dale ot Death: Feb. 7. 1974 Ancillary administration was gran nd undersigned appointed ancillary nlnlslrator of estate of above namcri decedent on September 12, 197-1. All persons having claims against the estate must exhibit them, duty verified, o undersigned within Six- months from date of fIrst publicalion of this notice r they shall be forever bnrred and precluded Irom an;- benefit in the estate. This notice first published the 18 day if September, 197-1. HOWARD BATES Administrator C-O Glen Wing, Attorney P. 0. Box 333 Fayettevnie, AH 72701 2 Tc 18, 25 Wilson Calls For Oct. 10 Elections LONDON (AP) -- Prime Minister Harold Wilson today called national elections for Oct. 10, the second parliamentary elections to be held in less than nine months. The prime minister ordered the elections in a bid to increase the strength of his minority Labor government. | Lack of a clear over-all majority in the House of Commons forced Wilson to hold up key legislation and to compromise on other projects. But recent opinion polls indicate an inconclusive outcome like the Feb. 28 vote that brought Wilson to power. Polls have swayed back and forth with first Wilson's Laborites then Edward opposition Con- NEW ORLEANS (AP) -Stale officials say the worst fish kill ever known in Northeast Louisiana niay have been caused by agricultural chemicals which farmers were warned not to use. Robert LaFleur of the Louisiana Wild Life and Fisheries Department said Tuesday, "We think it is caused by the aerial application of pesticides." He added, however, that laboratory tests were incomplete. Louis Johnson, another fisheries department official, said he fears the kill could wipe out the entire fish population in Lake Bartholomew. He described it as the worst on record in the area. Fish began dying over the weekend in the lake,'a huge recreation area 11 miles north of Monroe. Millions of fish, floating belly up, along more than were found 13 miles of shoreline. Earlier kills were in small farm ponds or catfish farms. LaFleur said, "Our best re- soning at this point is that they get wind drift and pesticides fall out over the water, and the ahead and H e a t h ' s servatives. IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF WASHINGTON COUNTY, ARKANSAS WARNING ORDER -inda Ake plaintiff Vs. (4-799 Russell Akc. Defendant The Defendant is warned to appear in this Court within thirty days and answer the. complaint ol the Plaintiff in the ahove entitled cause. Witness mv hand and seal ol this Court this 13 day of Sept., 1974. Alma Kollmeyer Chancery Clerk (Seat) 4Tc 18 Kathleen Hn: D.C. 25. Oct. 2. 9 WOMAN'S WORLD 969 Enjoy admiring glances whe you go out in twin capes. Whirl thru the seasons i broomstick lace capes -- cro diet over cardboard or rule' Use knitting worsted in tv. colors. Pattern 969: girls' size 2-12; misses' 8-18 included. 75 CENTS each pattern -add 25 cents each pattern fo first-class mail and specie handling. Send to I/aur "Wheeler, Northwest Arkansa 'TIMES, 450, Needlecraft Dept Box 161, Old Chelsea Statio New York, N.Y. 10011. Prii Pattern · Number, Name, Ai dress, Zip. The source of inspiration -- ou new 1975 Needlecraft Catalog 180 designs, 3 printed insid Send 75 cents now. iNew! Nifty Fifty Quilts ...$l.l ;New! Ripple Crochet ..$1,1 'Sew plus Knit Book .$1.2 ;Needlepoint Book .. .. $1. ·Flower Crochet $l. IHairpin 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 Pook cf 16 Quilts No. 1 .50 cents Museum Quilt Book No. 2 ....50 cents 15 Quilts for Today No. 3 ....50 cents Book of 16 Jiffy Rugs -.50 cents A Convenient Sewing and lopping Guide for Today's Gal on the Go, However, much could happen during the three-week campaign to bring one or the other party out in front. The prime minister's announcement from his office at No. 10 Downing St. ended days of speculation during which all three major parties -- Labor, Conservative and third-ranking Liberals -- made public their electoral platforms. Once again Wilson and his archrival, Heath, will fight an election battle that could be the culmination of their 10-year struggle for supremacy. The jitter struggle has increasingly Become a personal contest between the two 58-year-old men. Few political observers believe the loser of this battle will be able to survive at the head of his party. Jeremy Thorpe, 45-year-old chief of the small Liberal party, has been openly campaigning for weeks to increase the size of his party's contingent in the House of Commons. Wilson's minority government managed to remain in power only with the shifting support of Thorpe's Liberals or the backing of Scottish and Welsh nationalists. esticide that falls on the fields ashes into lakes in the rains. "The farmers have been ad- ,Msed that they not use one of Lliosc particular pesticides and they're using it anyway, hoping they can control their cotton crop. "We're told the Agriculture Department may refuse to label that pesticide next year, which would keep it from being sold even if it is manufactured. But that doesn't do much good this year." LaFleur said the pesticide licensing section of the Agriculture Department is checking to be sure crop dusters are following regulations about applications near lakes and river. The dead fish included bass, blue 'gill, crappie, catfish, buffalo, bream and shad. "Some of the people in the Monroe area tell me the same kind o f ' t h i n g is happening in the southern part of Arkansas," LaFleur said. Presbyterian Group Voles Change In Name MACON, Ga. (AP) - The general assembly of the nine Steady Rains Bringfloods By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS and for thunderstorms a ,10th day Texas, bringing Showers continued throughout . ,, ,, flooding along the state's eastern and southern riverbottoms. A flash flood watch remained in eftect today for Southwest Texas. month-old Pational terian Church voted Presby- Tuesday night'to"change the name of the denomination to the National Reform Presbyterian Church. The move came in the face of a threat to sun from the National Presybterian Church and Center of Washington, D.C., which said the previous name was in conflict. The Washington church, whose pastor is Dr. Louis Evans, said that its mission was national in character and that a third of its budget came from gifts outside the local congregation. The reform church instructed its lawyer to get approval for the row name from the Washington church and the lawyer reported Tuesday night that the Washington church's board of I directors said it felt there was The state's rainfall is part of j no legal ground on which to ' ' "' ' ' ' sue. Delegates chose the new name by 24G to 182 votes in fa- a wide band of showers extending from Southeast California. ' of Three-quarters of an inch rain fell Tuesday night at Carlsbad,.N.M. Showers~also dampened much of the Atlantic coast, lower Great Lakes and Northeast. Cape Hatteras measured nearly VA inches of rain in six hours. Dense fog hugged many areas of the Carolines and lower Appalachians early today, and fog and low clouds blanketed the Pacific Coast. The remainder of the nation lay under fair skies. Temperatures dipped below Freezing over most of the upper Michigan Penninsula this morning, and most of the northern sections of the Great Lakes had readings in the 30s. Temperatures before dawn ranged from 31 at Marquette, Mich., to 88 at Imperial, Calif. vor of 'American Presbyterian Church. In the resolution to change its name, the general assembly said it was taking the action in obedience to the word of God in the fifth chapter oF Matthew, "If any man shall sue thee at law and take away thy coat, give him thy cloak, also." "We have made our decision in obedience to the word of God and not out of fear of losing a court suit," said church moderator Jack Williamson, a Greenville, Ala., lawyer. The general assembly elected the Rev. Erskine Bell Jackson, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church at Kosciuske, Miss., its second moderator without opposition. Now -- the all-girl shirtdress with a graceful, feminine flare to the 8-gore skirt beneath a nipped waist. Choose a tie silk print, glowing solids. Printed Pattern 4749 :Misses' Sizes 8, 10, 12, 14. 16, 18, 20. Size 12 (bust 34) take 33s yards 45-inch fabric. Send $1.00 for each pattern. Add 25 cents for each pattern for first-class mail and special handling. Send to Anne Adams, Northwest Arkansas TIMES, 43S, 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 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 Estate BY JAMES R. SULLIVAN, G.R.I. ^^...·gM^Mi REALTOR « ADVERTISE HERE; Thousands or homemakers rest this feature dally . . . and they' will «ee jour WRONG PRICING LOGIC If you try fo sell your home yourself, how do you set a realistic price? Most people base their price tags on the only facts known to them: original price, cost of improvements, and hoped-for profit. Then they adjust to bring their figure in line with what they think similar homes are bringing. Sounds reasonable, but three of the basic facts are irrelevent, and the fourth is highly dubious. The original pricee, improvements, and hoped-for profit only determine whether you gain or lose, but they have nothing lo do with the right price lo produce a sale. Prices of other homes may give you some clue to the market, but most of the time you only hear of the asking price. If it's not a realistic price, it won't be the selling price. How then do you set a realistic price? By consulting a local Realtor whose business it is to know how much property can bring and will bring. His knowledge of the market is invaluable. If there is anything we can do to help you in the field of real estate, please phone or drop in THE SULLIVAN AGENCY, 434 N. College Fayctteville. Phone: 442-4294. We're here to help! IDEM look at it this way. Ideas, like footballs, aren't always the easiest things to get a handle on. Sometimes they get away from us. For instance. Using a Classified Ad fo sell something you no longer need, but which can be useful to someone else, is not a new idea. Chances are you've used these little ads before and learned for yourself how well they work. But the point is, have you thought of the idea lately? Why not get with it again and give us a call? Tell us the things you want to sell. We'll do the rest. And then in a couple of days, you'll learn all over again that using the Classified Ads occasionally really is a good, catchy ideal PHONE 442-6242 ask for classified

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