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47-Real Eslate-For Sal* OWNER SAYS SELL Price Cut to 24,500 - t bedroom frame on Mt. Comfort nd. Good condition, extra deep lol leiicctl, Asboll School. Slnscconch rical Estate. Phono BZl-iiso. NEW home (or snlc ot builders cojl. Three bedroom, 214 bnlh. Ell brick on large lol, fireplace, double garago liial'i lasulawd and paneled, many exlrai. Open toiist ' 1 |o 5 p.m. Sunday, US3 ovtreKil. nyclUvllto, or cull nosers, Ark., 636-7974 tor an appointment. Call by 9:00 a.m. In morning Â°r 6:00 p.m. In evtnlnl. Will help llnanca quaf iletl parly. WHERE HAVE ALL THE SELLERS GONE? WÂ« have the.prospects coming In from out of town. Wo'have prospects in town. We have rooncy sources available. A confldcnllnl call from you will end In bene/ils tor both of us. Call James Biker 521-1300 or nltcs 442-5090, James Baker " 412-5090 Jean Anna Sellers ' 442-9084 Duffey Carter (Farms) 521-4122 Pauline McKlnncy 521-1515 BAKER ASSOCIATES REALTORS 1618 N. College WE WORK HARDER I WE GET RESULTS! REALTOR 521-1300 IN ELKINS AREA (7W) 2 hdrm home on .7 acre, mod ern, ess heat, elly water, slove am r . refrlg.-incl. Has sewing room, car port with storage. Lislcd by Hiram Brooks. Call 521-8500 or 443-2615. 48 ACRES 17 miles Southwest of Fayetteville -- 2 story contemporary, open designed home with a pannramic view of Boston Mountains, WooUburnmR f [replace, baseboard heat, thormo- , pane windows. Neat outbuilding with hay storage. ALL. OPEN acreage and in perman- Â«nt pasture. Call Maurice Mechem at 443-4316 or 521-5463. .POTHAST IEALTY CO. 443-4316 2140 N. College Flora Elstrimk 443-341 Maurice Mechcm 521-546 Floyd Pothast Jr 443-3333 120 acres under woven wire fenc 90 acres grass. 2800 sq, ft. horn Barns and outbiuldines. An cxcep tionally good bargain at !62,fiOr By appointment only. NEWLIN REALTY CO. West Fork, Arkansai 833-2532 Or 839-2259 7--Reel Estate-For SolÂ»-- 47-ftÂ«il Ettat*-For Sal* 7 3 /% IOAN buys this four bedroom ,2',i balh, designed for the icron lookltiK for BomctKlnji 'different. Butterllcld School, Call for full details, 7%% LOAN New three bedroom, two balh, for. , , mal llvlng-dcn with fireplace, ceri' ' ' h p a l nir, double tral VE ARE PROUDI o. 1054 to offer this 2 bedroom onic jn Prnlrle Grove that Ihfi wncrs have given so much care nd attention to; Ws spick and pan, plenty of cabinets and lots t living area. SM.7SO. Call 521-7272 r after hours Tim Stewart 751- aie. UST PICTURE IT ' lo. 937. A new home (or you Sc our family .with over 3400 sq. ft. f Hvlng. Features Include fire- lace, intercom system, built-in acuum, electronic air filter, attic an, kitchen Island, compactor, no- Â·ax/Ecuff-proof flooring, automat- c garage door opener screened orch, ga* grill lights and more, ill this Just reduced to .under 5*0,000. SÂ«e this "speclal-of-the- veek" in our Ma\l office. Call. 521272 or Nadine Miller 521-7473 for ppolntment. Nadine invites you to his home's open houie Sunday Oct. 13 from 2-4. Two Locations ^ 2332 N. College NW Ark. Plaza 521-7272 Alter 6 p,m. Call Plaza - Gallery at 521-7275 V.A. FINANCING, 47-Real EttatÂ»-For Sal* 47-RÂ»al Eitat.v-For Sale- garage. rca of Springdale Country club. $7,500 OWNER FINANCED 40 ACEF.S, wooded, Ideal for.hunt- ing and weekend camping. Just ',4 mile off blacktop. MODERN CONTEMPORARY Three ueroom frame, new, approx. . pproj 1900 ft. Rock fireplace, marble top "-- ' ' Â·' -ath5, carpel, self- iutterfleld School. vanities In both ba cleaning oven. Bu A-198. If A Career In 'REAL ESTATE Is In Your Future. READ ON Are you keeking an Arkansas Heal Estate License? YOU CAN COM' PLETK YOUIl 30-HOTO EDUCA TION REQUIREMENT TN ONE WEEK. Do'you already have an Arkarujai Heal Estate License? YOU CAN KEEP UP WITH THE CHANGES IN THE REAL ESTATE INDUS TRY. Attend Ihe ARKANSAS RE-ALTORSJJ INSTITUTE (Course I -- Complies with sUtu lory education requirement*) October 14-18, 1Â»74, Llltle Rock TUITION ?125.00 55 ACRES More or less, Located on Hwy. South about G miles from the Square, Pond, Spring, About half open land. B e a u t i f u l building site*. Greenland School Dtslrlct. CALL HEINEY REALTY CO. Hwy. IfiEost 442-9236 PRAIRIE GROVE New three bedroom brick. V,' 2 balhs dishwasher, disposal, central heal and aEr, duoblc garage, b u y e r may Q u a l i f y for 7 3 ,i% loan. Located on Angus Drive near schools. To ace call Carl Beeves, builder, 443-2773. Ugal Notice* c o n t a i n i n g In All VS3 acres, mori or less, Hi' snid Paul Me Gil I re clnlmis title to portion of said lands by vlrtuo ol his purchase thereof from iho Stale of . o n July 2, 1P5G, anil ho and the other pcllllonifrs claim tltte lo tho remaining portions of aaM renl property ry v i r t u e ot convcyrmccs to the in. nnd Ihctr /(dverso rxusosslon thereof lor more Ihan Seven (7 ycnrs. as required hy Inw. All itcrsOA.t who cnn set up nny right to Iho lands purchnsed Irom (ha stale In consequence ol any Informallly or nny irregularity arc hereby called ill other per. show cause, Northwest Arkanw* TIMES, Wed., Oct. 9, 1974 FAVKTTCVILLE, ARKANftAft 35 upon , lo shovv cause, nntl sons arc called upon lo . ._ , ( nny Ihcy have, why i h e lltle of the pelllfoncrs should ntl be qufclcd and con- my hand Â«i Clerk ol firmed. Given, under $1445 FOR EQUITY and asjumt $75 monthly payments at 6% interest on this nice two bedroom home in West Fork. Near junior high. Corner lot. By owner.- Phone 830-3339. $13,200 2.3 ACRES Â· Lovely 2 BR mobile home on 2.3 acres. Landscaped yard with large shade trees. Garden spot. Call Jean Anna Sellers 521-1300 or nttesi 442- 90S1. , ' $15,500 VA ELIGIBILITY? Then you should ace this "cutc-as- a-button" collage located between Fayctteville and Springdale in Fay. School Dist. Call Jean Anna Sellers Â·i21-1000 or nltes 442-9084. $28,500 Charming 3 BR home In NE Fayetteville. Many extras -- dishwasher, disposal, built-ins, drapes fireplace. All this on a Jarge corner lot. Call Jean Anna Sellers at 521-1300 or nites 442-9084. BARER . Â· / ASSOCIATES REALTOR REALTORS 1618 N. College 521-1300 WE WORK HARDER! WE GET BESUI/TSI REALTOR Cill:' Jim Wilson 751-3455 D. B. Cole 521-5349 Maxlne Smith 442-2291 Mildred Graue 442-4240 NEAR CAMPUS , Painted an attractive avocado. S rm. frame is conveniently, located for the student or faculty. House Includes glassed in back porch 3 ,'t basement, utility area with WD furnished, Nearlv complete kit. Window AC drapes incl Separate garage lot, 3 BEDROOM B R I C K Owners have gone out of their way to make this home lovely to look at and desirable to live in Near NW Ark Piaza. Landscaped, 3 bedrooms CH, l',i baths, partial carpeting, I car garage has work area and is on a large level lot. Pricn ?2 2,500. LOT WITH VIEW On Mt. Scquoyah, Large lot with treea Â§6,000. ARKANSAS REALTORSÂ® 'ASSO- CIAT1ON 209 Pyramid Bldg, Little Rock 72201/372-4141 The Institute Is i collese-level Real Estate course taught by Pro. fcsalonals. wllh the idea that, in the long run, you must do more than just "get by." REAL ESTATE Is A Profession . . You Must Be A Professional to succeed in it. AN AFFORDABLE P R I C E This new brick home In Springdale has 3 bedrooms. l',i baths, central heat and air. Get it for an unbelievable 521,50.00. CAN YOU WAIT? 4 BEDROOMS NE Need room for the f a m i l y or guesi? Wood Burning fireplace will (eel good on. winter nltes. Plenty o! room'in the 2 car garage to keep Ihe autos out of the weather. Call Paulino McKInney 521-1300 or niles 52M19 for details. Ihe Chancery Court und the soa] thereof, on I h l s 4th day or October, 1974. ALMA KOLbMEYER, CJerh By Kaye Chapiwll Deputy Clerk Â·! lc 9, IS. U, 30 BAKER ASSOCIATES REALTORS 1618 N. Collcg*. WE WORK HARDER! WE GET RESU1/T9J REALTOR 521-1300 W A R N I N G ORUKR CJ1-71-823 IN THE CHANCKFIY COURT OF WASHINGTON COUNTS, ARKANSAS Federal National Mortgage Associate... n Corporation Organized and Kxisling Under the- laws ot the United Slates, Plaintiff James H. McDowell nnd Hetty J. McDowell, his wife: Ted J. Andrusewicz and l.ucillo n. Andrusewicz, his wire WUlla m Joseph Lewis and Patsy Mae Lewis, Defendant. The Delcndanls James R, McDouel and Betty J. NcDowcll, his wife: Tec J. Andruscwkr and Lucille R. Andrusc w!ci, his wife: are warncd to appear in this Court within thirty davs and answer Ihe complaint of the PJalntlf In tho above entitled! cause. Wines* my hand and saal of Ihls Court thfs 20 day ol September, 1971. ALMA KOLLMEYBEl CHANCERY CLERK BY K A Y E CHAPPELL D.C. al) : 25, Ool. 2 9, 16 Jdww (m SdooU BEAVER LAKE 21.5 acres near Blue Springs. Equidistant Springdale-Fayettevllle. lake forms boundary on West with blacktop county road on East. Several good building sites with a view across lake. Owner financed with reasonable down and gt terms on balance. 6 WOODED ACRES (758) Northwest Just off 112. Very secluded 4 bdrm and s t u d y cedar home, Hvnlg-dlning combo with FT*, 2 full baths, kllchen bilt-ins, central heat and air. Has barn all fenced, lots ot water. Lislcd by Jan Heiison. Dial 521-5500 or Res. 5216559. BUSINESS BUY Well established beauty salon near Campus, six chair shop with dryers and air conditioned. low rent Price of Business H.500. Call Virginia Bowers 442-6305. OUTSIDE CITY New 3 BR brick, 2 baths CHA, complete kitchen, family room with fireplace, 2 car garage. Located on l\'-t beautiful acres In good section. Choose your own colors. MOVE OUT Small acreage with view. N i c e two three acre tracts in good area. FayetteviHe school bus, natural gas. Very good wells in the area. Only one mile outside city limits. Call Richard Mayes. Phone 443-2663, MALTOft 1984 N. College THREE bedroom modern holure, 4 years old, on 3 acres 15 miles south ot West Fork, good commuiUly. 113,000 cash. Im- medraie possession. Phone 839-2132 alter WOMAN'S WORLD 666 A Convenient Sewing and Shopping Guide for Today's Gal on tha Go. 4780 wucu If you can, we have several acres close to Highway 71 N. that are zoned commercial and arc sure to increase in value. Buy a few acres and wait for security. BEAUTIFUL NEW HOME Tjocatcd on a large wooded lot on Cleveland Street, just west of the university. It has 4 bedrooms, 2'/a jaths, shrike roof and all the extras you could want. LOTS OF ROOM 5 bedrooms, 2 baths, central heat and garage. If you have several children, this one is for you. $33.500. A GOOD BUY Three bedrooms -plus an office, VA baths, and a fireplace in. the living 1202 N. College Office 442-5351 Evenings and Weekends eal]; Bobbye Halbrook Christine Blondeau G. C. Faucette Virginia Bowers Cathy Boyd Roger Williams Richard MayeÂ£ Mary Jane Fitch Sylvia Danforth Joe Baekiu Bcs. 443-2227 Hcs. 521-2004 Hes. 442-2277 Hes. 442-6305 Res. 521-5971 Ses. 521-4237 Hes. 443-2669 Res. 442-9083 Bes. 442-9935 Hes. 442-0347 IN THE CHANCERY COUEIT OF WASHINGTON* COUNTY, ARKANSAS WARNING ORDER Linda A h e p l a i n t i f f V*. ch 7J-7!9 Russell AVc, Defendant The Defendant Is warned In appear In this Court w i t h i n thirty days and answer' the complaint of Ihe Plaintiff. in the above enlllled causÂ«. Witness my . hand a n d seal o! Ihls Court this 13 day of Sept., 1974. Alma Kollmeyer Chancery Clurk Kathleen Ha rnes s D.C, Ed Torbett land Brokers 443-4541 or 521-2855 BUT A HOME III!:: KNOW YOUR SCHOOLS By HARRY V A N D E R G K I F F Superintendent ot Schools Career orientation at Ramay Junior High School is taking on a new look .this 'year. Not only a change in atmosphere, but a change in curriculam. In addition to the regular classroom research about jobs, emphasis is being placed on activities related to jobs and job areas. Some of the activities include such teaching techniques as guest speakers, field trips, and "hands on activities." '"Hands on activities" gives the student a chance -to use some of the tools and equipment they would actually he using on different jobs. Several pieces of equipment and tools have been purchased for this purpose. Audio visual aids arc used in abundance. Several sets of film strips with matching cassette tapes have been purchased to supplement the printed materials already available in the class room. THE PURCHASE of the tools equipment and audio visua aids were made possible with a grant from the Stale Depart ment of Education. Vocations Educational Division. Several ;chools in Arkansas applied for iuch a grant. Only four were chosen: Faycttevillc, Mon- Mcello, Marianna and Cabot. The overall objective oE the irant is to expand and remodel guidance services and commun- ty involvement. Fayclteville's C a r e e r Orientation Pilot Program will be demonstrated .0 area school people on Nov. 'THE FIRST six weeks of tha course is used on personality and attitude adjustment, study habits and consumerism. The remainder of the year will be used by the students to investigate the fifteen job clusters and do written reports on jobs of their choice in these clusters. -The research information will be supplemented by the audiovisual materials, field trips and guest speakers. Students with special interest areas will be allowed to pursue their interest further by use of the "hands on activities," using tools and materials available in the program. At present there are three classes at about 90 career orientation Ramay involving eighth and ninth grade students, 4Tc 18, 25, Oct. 2, TO: ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN AND Doyte Burlon Hancock (FnUier or Guardian) Irene Hancock (Mother) OF- Jeflcry Allen Hancock WARNING OilDEn fcc notice that on the 1st day of October, 197-t. a petition was filed by Helen Parmlcy In me Juvenile Court of Washington Count (child) named Jeffrey red a depe from of Ka Boston Teachers Union Asks For School Shut Down have .1 certain Allen Hancock declared a depenrfcnl minor Â»nd to take you (he custody find Kuardianship appoint for him id minor and to suitable person as tils guardian or to place said minor in some suHahle Institution or home in this state for the care and gunrrtlnnshlp of dependent children. Now unless you appear within twenty days after the date of [his notice ind show cause against such application. 39 acres modern 7 room house, 3 the petition shall be taken as confessed BOSTON CAP) -- Boston public schools were to open as usual today despite continuing racial violence 'over court-ordered busing and a plea by a teachers' union that classes be suspended. '.toi.opiMr.eiu. BROILER FARM , broiler, houses, barn, shop, good an l the decree granted. ' - .......... Dated 10-1-71 COUNTY CLERK Ruth E. Roberls Fayetleville, ArkansHS well and ponds. Fayetteville school. 7 LEVEL ACRES Take off for everywhere in fashion's favorite topper. Dashing, smashing, belted topper with wide rovers -smart all-season style. Crochet in easy schell stitch of knitting worsted. 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Sew this for the coming lolidays. Printed Pattern 4780: H a l f A Dash Of.'... .-..or English. Kiisfic brick entry nnd' hallway unusual floor plan, fireplace that covers one whole wall. Beautiful yellow, green and blue bedrooms, lots of windows. 9ome assumable loan or we'll 0*0 all we can to help you get finan* cing. Katherine Fiser. 521-4303. AssumabFe F i n a n c i n g . . . . .. .on th[s nice home in Pleasure Heights. Pay equity and move right in. 3 bdr. home with beautiful shag carpet. Extra large lot -- 165x100. Inquire. Katherine Fiser, 521-43M. Five B e d r o o m s . . . . . . .make this most attractive to .. large family. The large lot and unusual interior features make it 'attractive lo any familyl THREE BATHS! Fireplace. Assume 7!'z% Interest loan and pay equity. Owner may carry part of the balance. Ken Tillman. 521-6979. Room To P l o y . . . . '. . -badminton in the back yard, while you wait for the steaks to grill on the outdoor barbeque. Inside, 3 bdr., nice built-in kfcthen. separate dining, Family room. Balcony patio, 10x16 workshop. Ron Pyealt. 521-2714. D A V I S 1617 N. College Office 521-8660 Bryce Davis 112-8071 IN RUETTIC selling, older 3 bedroom, 1 bnfh, 3 out builriinsrs, partially wooded 7 acres, just off blacktop in nice pleasant area. Phone 75I-S526 after 6:00, OWNKR iransTerred, 3 bedroom brick. Immaculate condition, 2 car Â£3ra?e. fenced yard.-must see to apprecfale. UDQ " "la Circle. 751-3781. fenced backyard. You can get this one for only $28,500. LARGE LOT This 3 bedroom. 2 bath, brick home n SprinedaJe Is located on a large corner lot with a fenced backyard, It also has a Â£ood aesumable 8% loan. 529,500. , HOW ABOUT THIS ONfi 3 bedroom, 2^ baths, large lot with fenced backyard and built in barhcque. A f i n e home in ft desirable area. $45,000. MANY NEW HOMES We have listings on new homes from (21,830 to $49,900. Know the joy of owning a fine new home for your family. 95% f i n a n c i n g is still available to qualify buyers. James Freeman 521-7088 Phyllis Freeman 521-7088 Jo Dodson 751-753? Handali Webb' 521-5088 Carl Henson 413-4839 Hugh Huppert 442-7141. FREEMAN BBAl 1 IJ Â«" N - . TM yfc 3 BEDROOMS, .9 A. (759) Near Elkins. On schl hus rto. ; shady lot, .garden spotj newly p a i n t I cd, cen, heat and air, nat. gas, city 9 water. $22,500 with drapes car- pets. Will sell e x t r a U'z acre. .Listed Â· by Hiram Brooks. .Call 521-8500 or 443-2625 /or appt. j [^ Sttotto* : REALTOR 1984 M. College 433 ACRE STOCK FARM 5207 per acre, 200 acres permanent grass with new fencing, 100 acres fenced yard, 4 stall barn, corrall, pond, good shade and grass. NE W I T H TREES Beluxe 3 bedroom brick, on tree studded lot, chain link fenced backyard, 2 car garage den with WBF living room with shag 1 carpet and WBF. hall and bedrooms pulsh car- peled, 2 baths. CH CA. Upper 30's. . FAYETTEVILLE REAL ESTATE . Office 442-7081 3247 N. College Omer Venders 443-8415 Jwrry Watson . 751-9412 Thelma Culwell ' 442-7102 Barbara McCleister ' 27-333G BY Owner, House and 4 acres. 16,000 capacity broiler house. $35,000. 5 miles out on West 16. 443-4602. THREE bedroom house, 1 baths, lo- caled In South Springdale. $18.500, pay equity and assume 7% loan, payments of J121 pÂ«r month. Phone S39-2828 affer 4 p.m. STRAWBERRY H f l L Sound interesting? See this near new 3 bedroom. 2 bath home. Everything you need including lots of open air. Be ready for Butlerfield Schonl at Mid term. Call Pauline McKlnney 521-1000 or nites 521-1649 for details. BAKER ra i r^ ASSOCIATES REALTOR REALTORS T618 N. College 521-1300 WE WORK HARDER! WE GET RESULTS! BY BUILDER, -- New 3 bedroom. 3 balhj fireplace, dishwasher, air condition cr, 2 car garage with remote centre door, near Asbel] School, 442-83T8. ( JN T1TR CEIANCERY COURT WASHINGTON COUNTV. ARKANSAS WARNING ORDER Deborah Jean Bradley Plaintiff David Wayne Bradley Defendant ch7 TJio Defendant is warned to ap in ,lhis Court within thirty days answer the complaint of I he Pla! in (he above entitled cause. Wilnc ss my ti a nd and yeal of Court this -I day ol Oct., 19Y4. Almn Kollmeyer Chancery L By Kathleen Harness (Seal) 4tc 9. 16. 23, 30 ORDINANCE NO. 2051 AN ORDINANCE VACATING ALLEYS IN PARKSDALE ADDD11 TO THK CITY OP FAYETfBVL ARKANSAS. WHER.EAS, u petition was duly wllh Ihe Board ol Directors ol the of Fayellevilfe, Arkansas, on (he day o f July, 1 97-1, a sking the B or Direclors to vacate nnd ahando lh a t portion of two atlcys desig on the plat o/ Parts dale Atlditio said city, now appearing of recor Plat book -J, page 47, in the Offic the Recorder of Washington County alley beginning nt R rooks Avenue, ending ai Price Avenue, end the altcy beginning at Walker Avenue er at Price Avenue; and WHEREAS, after ilua notices as n.u i rctl by law, the Board o! Dire has, at (he time and place ment In the notice, heard all persons des lo be heard on the question and ascertained (hat the alleys tiereintu described have heretofore been drdi to the public use as alleys herein cri bed ; ha vc nol been a dual ly hy the public generally for a p of at least five years subsequen the filing of the plat; thai ail the o\ of the properly abutting upon the a to be vacated have filed with the B of Directors their written consent to abandonment; and that public in' and welfare will not be adversely air by the abandonment of such allovs. NOW. THEREFORE, BE IT DAINRD BY THE BOARD DIRECTORS OF THE CITY FAYETTEVir.LE, ARKANSAS: - . Section 1. That the City of Fayelle Arkansas, hereby releases, vacates, abandons all its rights, together tho rights o[ the public generallj and to the ftllcys designated as folio A 20 foot alley lyine adj^cen and north or Lot 3, Block 3. of Pa dale Addition to the City of Fa (evillc, Arkansas, and lying arija to and south nf Lots 1 and 2, B 3, of Parksdale Addition lo (he of Fayetleville. Arkansas, said ' being more particularly describee U A Law School Appoints New Professors Two new faculty members have been appointed this Eall in the School of Law at University of Arkan sas, period alleys Board i such ile rest tity of saleable timber. Gorgeous JUST COMPLETED luiilding sites overlooking Ivirs J UJ ' *~ wmr "1 - ' L L ' Den Slate Park from the west, RV R l l l l DFR mod all weather road, three bed- D ' D U I I _ U C [ \ room ,two bath, rock and log , , -,,. _ . , house 2 good wells, 4 ponds, live Wrap-around Sundock with 3 bed stream, building rock waits ga- room, 2 baths, CH/CA near U of A. 521-5399 nights. THREE bedroom house anil nine acres or house and lwcn(y-n[na acre?. Two wells, pond, barn, fenced, cross-fenced. By owner, 613-9500. Estate BY JAMES R. SULLIVAN, G.R.I. REALTOR OPEN DAILY 3 NEW HOMES Mockingbird' La n e (off Ovfircrest Drive) Ranch and Split. 3 BK., formal living room 2 batlts, family room. FP. large kit. all built-ins, extra big double garage carpeted, AC. Priced low to mid 30's. financing available GINTONIO BLDG. CO. Phone 521-3373 Sixes 12%, 16'A, , 18V4. Size WA (bust 37) t a k e s Hi yards 50-inch. 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, 438, Pattern Dept., 243 West 17th St., New York. N.Y. 1001 1. 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 ............ -S1.25 Instant Sewing Book ...... $1.00 Instant Fashion Book ..... jl.OO ADVERTISE RERH ThousandB of honwuMken this feature diUy . . . and I WlU Â·Â«Â· TOUT Legal Notices WHICH CLOSING COSTS DEDUCTIBLE? Expenses connected with the sale of real estate over and above the selling price are known as closing costs. Some of these are deductible from your income lax-others are not. Property taxes are usually pro-roted so that both the buyer and seller each pay the taxes for the portion of the year that each owned the property. Each may deduct this amount--and only this amount--even though one or the other pays the entire amount. Another deductible item that appears in closing costs, is interest charged to you on the mortgage up to the date of closing). Also deductible as interest is the amounf charged as points-provided they are charged as a premium for the loan of the money --- not when charged for services. Non-deductible closing expenses are fire insurance, FHA mortgage insurance, and charges for rent for oc,cu- pancy before closing. 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 Fayelteville. Phone; 442-4294 |Â« a fÂ« WÂ«MIJ We're here to help! . 1 -- '- Â»Â·- : - 7!/2 ACRES adjoining City property at LaXe Scquoyah Dam. Build amongst the trees and have a view of the Lake and tho hills. Fronts West Fork oC While River with *ome rich bottom land. CALL HEINEY REALTY CO. Hwy. 16 East 442-9236 Notice ts hereby given thfll there has been filed in ibe office of Ihc Clerk of lha Chancery Court 01 Washington County. Arkansas, ihe petition of Thomas 2. Poscy find Sandra P. Posoy, husband nd wife, and Paul McGuire, for the confirmation of the title in them, to hn following lands l y i n g in Washington bounty, Arkansas, l o u i t : follovvsi Beginning si Hie SK corner of sairt Lot 1 and running ltioncÂ« nlong 1hc South boundary lines of said I-Ol* 1 and. 2 lo the SW corner ot said Lot 2; tlicncc Soulhwcsle rly lo Ihe N W corner if said Lot 3; thence B along the X boundary line ol stild lot !* to the NE corner of said T.ol 3; Ihcnce NoilhcRslerly to the SE corner of said Lot i. said point beinff the point of beginning; ALSO: A 20 fnol ulley lying adjacent lo and E of I,ots 3. 4, and 5, Flnck 3, of Partadaie Addilfon lo Ihe City of. FayetieviHe, and Jying adjacent lo and W of Lot 6, Block ^ 3 , of Parksdale Addition to (he City of Faycttcville, Arkansas, said alley being more particularly described as follows: Besfntimg at the NE corner of said Lot 3 and running thence Southwesterly along Iho boundary linos of said Lois 3, 4, and 5 to the Southeast corner of said lot 5; thnnce E to the SW corner of saJd Lol 6; thence Northeasterly aton? Ihe W boundary Hnt ot said Lot 6 to the N corner of salij Lot 6; Uienca Korlhwesterly to Iht NS corner of said Lot ?,. said point being Ihc po'M of beginning. Provided, thn City or Fayel1ev]J1e t Arkansas, reserves unto Itself and I f s nsslgna an casement over, under, and above the described property for the irpose' of lading, maintaining, replacing, and removing public utility and rlralnaze lines. Section "2. A copy of this ordinance duly certified by t h e City Clerk shall be filed In tfie Office of Ihe Washington County Circuit Clerk and Ex-OIIico Recorder and recorded In the Deed Records i Wash inffton Coun ty. Section 3. Thai this ordinance shall he In full force and .effect from and alter ( h e time provided by law. PASSED AND APPROVED THIS 1st DAY OF October, 1974. APPPROVED: Russell T. Purdy the according to Dean Wylie Davis. They are Thomas W. Mapp, professor, and Hilary Diane lodham, assistant professor. Mapp, who is a native of Illinois, comes to the University of Arkansas from the University of Alberta, Canada, where he has been a professor since 1972. He also has taught'at the University of Oregon and tin University of North Carolina was a Foreign Service Officei w i t h the ' United States Department of State in LeHavre and Paris, France, and prac ticed law in San Francisco. Mapp received a bachelor o arts' degree in 1950 from the University of Rochester and his juris doctor in 1956 from the University of Illinois. In the interim, lie served three year, as an officer in the United Stales Navy. He was editpr-in chief of the University o Illinois Law Forum, a teaching fellow at Stanford Univcrsit; Law School, a member of the O r e g o n Probate Advisor^ Commission and the North C a r o l i n a Probate Drafting Commission. Miss Rodham received he: b a c h e l o r ' s degree from W e 11 e s 1 e y College Massachusetts in 1959 and a juris doctor from Yale Law School in 1973. From Januar; through August of this year sir served as a counsel with th impeachment inquiry staff o the House Judiciary Committee She is a native of Illinois graduated from Wellesley witl high honors and. while at Yale received the Barristers' Union Prize and was a member o the original Board of Editor of the Yale Review of Law am Social Action. During 1971-72, she was u participant in a joint progran in law and psychiatry sponsore by the Yale Law School, th Yale Child Study Center an the Yale Medical School. Sh has been a staff attorney wit the Children's Defense Fund i Cambridge, Mass., a consulfan and fornier staff member to th Carnegie Council on Chldrer and a member of the staff o h e Washington Researc ^reject, a public interest la 1 firm in Washington, D.C. The Southwest Quarter (SWM) of the Southeast Quarter (SE!'O and Part of the S o u t h e a s t Qirarter (SE',t) ol the Southwest Quarter fSW 1 ,'.) of Section Twenty-six (26) Township Thirteen (13) North. aRnf-e Thirty (JO) West nf the 5th P.M., described as follows: Beginning at Â» [*lnt 224.4 feel North of the 9julh- west corner thereof, and running thence North S3 dcÂ«. 51 rain. East 748,1 feet. Ihcnce South Â»!.-! feel to the South line of said forty (40) acre Iract, thence East 561 feel to the Southeast corner, thence North 1320 feet lo the Northeast corner* Ihcnce West 561 Icet, thence South 412.9 feet, Ihcnce South 69 (leg. 16 mln. West 7M.9 feel, mnre or [ess, 3rlene wcslhroolc 10 of said forty (40) acrei,. Soulli -101.5 feel, more orl l l o n Bible Scholar Dies PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- Dr Henry Joel Cadbury, 00, world renowned Bible scholar, humanitarian and Nobel Peace Prize winner, died Monday. A Quaker educator, he won the 1947 Nobel Prize for his crea- of the American Friends ss, V tht point of beginning, nd 'Service Committee. Woman Charged In Medicare Fraud LITTLE ROCK CAP) _ Lo Creswell, a former admini tralor of the Newport Hospif and Clinic, was charged Tue day with conspiracy in what government attorney has ealle the most flagrant and the lar est medicare fraud in the Eas ern District of Arkansas. Miss Creswell, 56, pleaded nocent. The federal complaint agains Miss Creswell said she ha made fraudulent reports o hospital expenses for which th medicare program reimburse the hospital. Dr. Thomas Williams, a fo mer president of the hospit and owner of 90 per cent of i stock, pleaded guilty Friday conspiring to defraud the met care program. Miss Cresw was named as co-conspirator the information filed again Williams but was rot named defendant. School Supl. William J. Leary iected on Tuesday night a Dposal to shut down schools ade by. the Boston Teachers' lich described the situation "rapidly deteriorating." Mayor Kevin White com- ended Leary for "resisting union pressure by keeping e schools open." While called e union request "ill-conceived d unwise." Leary said he would seek to nvey the union's concerns to S. District Judge W. Arthur arrity Jr., who ordered the sing which started when hool opened Sept. 12. A hearing was scheduled for day by G arrity to hear hite's request for 125 federal arshals to keep order in nith Boston and check the iread of busing-related vio- nee throughout the city. Gov. Francis W. Sargent said e National Guard is ready to ct if needed. Officials said citywidc attend- nce was 69 per cenl Tuesday, own from 72.5 per cent Monay. At least 37 injuries and wo arresls were recorded in lusing-related violence t h a t pread to the predominantly Jack Roxbury section on Tues!ay. Among the injured were two ity bus drivers who were truck by rocks in Roxbury. 'he others, both blacks and whites, were hurt during flare- ps at Roxbury's English High chopl and Ihe Mission Hill o using project. Previous disorders have cen- ered in the mostly white, Irish ection of South Boston. Opryland In Moscow Said Bright Show MOSCOW (AP) -- A Commu- isl youth publication today Iiaracterized a country music how headed by Tennessee Erie Ford as a bright portrayal f working America's folk mil- ic tradition. "This is a bright show with a irccisely adjusted tempo, lis- cning to which does not blind ne but softly depicts the characters appearing on the stage," wrote the Komsomolskaya Pravda reviewer. The newspapetr s the organ of the Communist Youth Organization. The 23-rnember troupe from Opryland in Nashville, Tenn., mostly sings about American cowboys, miners and railroad vorkers. It opened Monday night in Moscow after a three-week tour if four other Soviet cities. The our will end Friday, and the ;roup will fly home Sunday. Congress Voids Declarations WASHINGTON (AP) - A bill las been approved by the Senate to void four declarations of national emergency dating back to the 1033 depression and still in effect. The legislation, sent lo the House Monday, also establishes procedures for future ernergen- :y declarations which trigger extraordinary presidential powers. Congress would have authority to terminale them at any time after they have been in effect six months. Existing emergency declarations still in effect were proclaimed by President Franklin D. Roosevelt March 6, 1933, to deal with the economic crisis; by President Harry S. Truman Dec. 16, 1950, lo mobilize the country for the Korean War; and by President Richard M. Nixon March 23, 1970, to cope with a postal strike, and Aug. 15, 1971 to implement currency restrictions and control foreign trade.