Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 20, 1973 · Page 14
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14 · NorHiweit ArltanMs TIMES, TIM*., F«b. 20, 1973 FAYITTIVILLI, ARKANSAS 46 Fa run A Acrcag** 37--Mobile Ho mas Space* For Rent' Springbrook MOBILE HOME PARK Adults Only Large lota -- neat large lawns -. Storage buildings -- Wind Tie Downs--3 ml. UofA--1 ml. 8ear» Center--On 71 Bypass. HARVEY E. SMITH. Owner-Ma nager Phone 443-2452 F R E E Move Setup Wouldn't you 'rather liv« at VILLA? We will move you from present location and complete* ly set your home up at VILLA - -- FREEI VILLA MOBILE HOME PARK Hwy. 71 N. 443-2214 Entrance Across from Holiday Inn FESTUS ESTATES City Close Country Quiet Fa/fl tfenlfc MOBILE HOME PARK Dial 521-5454 38--Mobile Homes--For Sale 19TZ RAMADA mobile home, 2 bedrooms 1 h a t h , fully carpeted. 12x52, $5000. Call 521-7812 before 7:30 a.m. or alter 6 p.m. TAKE over paymenls on double wide trailer to bo moved. Phone 751-5996. l'J\58, 3 bciiroom, 2 full Iwlhs. Universal, Karly American. Carpel and bay window. See at TraLlwood, or call 1-1x70 GRAN MARQUIS, 3 bedrooms, car- petetf, washer, dryer. 2 baths. S600 equity, a s s u m e paymenls, Call 442-7019 a f t e r 6 p.m. 12x44 FURNISHED mobile home. 1 bed' rooms, »eiv Hvina room furniture. AJr Conditioned, Will finance with adequate down payment 751-9GG5. 38--Mobife Hornet--For Sofa LONG TERM LOANS on large And «maU armi--Federal Land Bank Atuoc. Phoni 42-6273 for more Information. CLOSE-OUT SALE AU 1972 Models at Big Discount). WESTERN HIUS MOBILE HOME SALES 2575 W. 6th Street Fayettevllle 521-69SO 47-Roal Estate--For Sate CHANDLER Tr»U«r CMVTjr Inc. Lool and Nationwide. ICO ·prrored,' PboM JS1-OS21 Johnson. Ark. MOBILE HOMES 2556 Ht. Comlort Rd. -- *12-«?25 MOBILE HOME SALES ·Financing ·Custom Buill ·Service * Setup PARK ·SJlW 8IMMI 7 ACRES n Hwy.' 16 East, 2 bedroom home. Separate garage, patio, older broll- r house that would make-a good Darn., More than 1,100 cq. ft. of loor space In a building that was ormerly a custom slaughter house. Zoned A-l; suitable for kennels, ivestock training stables, and certain commercial enterprises. HEINEY'REALTY CO. BulldM 'Paved Slr«(5 Open Ti) 9 Each Evening Hwy. 16 East 39--Office Space, Building* For Rent KOR. RENT--Large metal warehouse located near downtown Springdale, Call 751-7488 or 756-3256, Springdalc. 382 Si Ft. 3 room?, balh and storage. Carpet, panel. Next [o Post Office. Hk5 per month. Carl Collier, 412-6262. EVERYBODY reads the THtE9 WANT ADS. You are! 600 SQ. FT. (approximately). Two large rooms flnlerconncclcd). Central beat and air. Wood paneled walls, good location with plenty of parking space. 442-5621. 43--Real Estate--Wanted FROM Owner--4 bdrm Jiouse w jth or without land, any amount. 30 miles Fay- eUevllte. After e weekends, 521-4021 ROUGH, unimproved, wooded l a n d . Prefer on hi way. .Also want archlleul-de- slgncj^housc.^Lcrarid JBas^gtt, 442-2847. 45--lots For Sale 2',4-5 ACRE TRACTS In West Fork ire*, Phone 677-2510. ||/^/^^'^/^/^^rfSl''^^^/^/S*w^*·vs*^/ 1 v l vOv^^^^^^^s^ 46--Farms Acreages 20 ACRFffi, 1 mile Fayolteville city limits. East. Good land and building site. $17.000. Phone B18-34H. ALMOST 7 Acres [n city. Excellent view ot valley south and east. Cash or lenm. Oil 442-8508. YOUR PERSONAL INVITATION TO WHITFIELD'S 1st ANNUAL SWEETHEART SALE! OLDSMOBILE'S are selling at a record pace. We are now No. 3 in the industry in sales. Consequently, WHITFIELD's Lot is overflowing with clean Late Model Used Cars. All prices have been reduced for Our First Annual Sweetheart Sale 1973 OLDSMOBILE CUSTOM'CRUISER -STATION WAGON All the equipment. 5,500 Miles. Was 6243.80. NOW $5295 1971 PLYMOUTH FURY III 4-Door Hardtop, Air and Power, Very Clean. Was $2695. NOW .......... $2495 1972 CHEVROLET IMPALA 2-DOOR HARDTOP Air and Power. Local one owner. Was $2995. NOW $2895 1971 BUICK ELECTRA 225 4-DOOR HARDTOP Air and Power. Nice car. Was $3995. NOW ...... $3695 1970 OLDSMOBILE NINETY EIGHT TOWN SEDAN Full Power and Air, Creampuff. Was $3295. NOW $2995 1968 OLDSMOBILE CUTLASS SUPREME 2-Door Hardtop, Air Power, One Owner, 25,000 Actual Miles. Was $7895. NOW ............................ $1695 1970 OLDSMOBILE TORONADO 2-DOOR HARDTOP Fully equipped front wheel drive. Was $3495. NOW $3295 1970 OLDSMOBILE DELTA CUSTOM 4-DOOR SEDAN Air, Power, Vinyl Top, Mag Wheels. Was $2495 NOW $2295 1970 OLDSMOBILE NINETY EIGHT LUXURY SEDAN Fully equipped, one owner car. Was $3295. NOW $2995 1969 OLDSMOBILE NINETY EIGHT LUXURY SEDAN Fully equiped, very clean. Was $2495. NOW ...... $2295 1969 OLDSMOBILE CUTLASS 4-DOOR SEDAN. One Owner Intermediate with air and power. Was $2195. NOW $1995 1970 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE 2-DOOR HARDTOP. Air, Power, Vinyl Top, Great Buy. Was $2895. NOW... $2500 1969 PLYMOUTH FURY III STATION WAGON. Air and Power, Needs some work. Was $1895. NOW ...... $1695 1969 BUICK SKYLARK 2-DOOR HARDTOP. Air and Power, Vinyl Top. Was $1995. NOW ...... $1795 1968 OLDSMOBILE CUTLASS 4-DOOR SEDAN. One Owner with power Air, very clean. Was $1695. NOW. .$1495 1968 CHEVROLET CAPRICE 4-DOOR HARDTOP Air, Power, One Owner Car. Was $1595. NOW . . . $1395 1968 FORD COUNTRY SEDAN STATION WAGON. Automatic, Power, Good Transportation. Was $1095. NOW.... $995 1967 BUICK SKYLARK 4-DOOR SEDAN. Air and Power, Complete Motor Overhaul. Was $1095. NOW $995 .1968 VOLKSWAGEN 2-DOOR. '.A real Good Second car. Was $1295. NOW ........ $995 .CREAGE No. 1. 210 acres, about 0 miles from FayetteviUc. Priced t 5110 per acre. No. 2. 20 acres 6 lllcs from square, COO' road rontage. $14.500. No. 3. 38 acres, 00' well, large pond, close In, 22.800, Call Vol Sharp 442-8914 or oe. Backus 442-65-17. REALTORS 142-2335 FAVCETTE 4PPLE ORCHARD. 158 acres. 9,200 trees, houses, all equipment. $192,000, terms. Vanl cash of/eri Sncad Rerally, 518-155361 or 457-5IS7. 442-9236 "HOUSE--FAMILY-HOME" 'LEASE, I need someone to make home. I'm a 2 bedroom house in W part of Fayetteville- My own' ers can't keep me and I don't want o be left alone. I'm only 512,500. :all 521-7272 or after hours, Frances Langham at 443-3157. A Family Oriented Home. This. 4 icdroom is going to appreciate m u c h more than normal, Brand new development going In across he street. Buy how for a good in- 'cstment. Bui It-ins all the way riround this big kitchen, and a .replace all for $26,075. Call 521'212 or after hours, Nadine Miller at 521-7473. The Best Home Buys . · · Before Your Kyet boss company Two Locations N. College NW Ark, Plan 521-7272 515. 52 ACRES all in excellent pasture. The best of fencing and cross fencing and 4 ponds. Nice 2 Bedroom modern home, 2 hay barns, '2 large shelters, some hog raising equipment. Over ] /4 hiway frontage. Good terms with owner. 530. 3 BEDROOM, l'/ 2 bath brick and frame home. W/D, central heai and air; dishwasher, disposal, al city utilities, and f i r e p l a c e . On nearly an acre of land. Check w i t h us on these two excellcn homes. 529, BEAUTIFUL' 3 bedroom, 2 bath home of frame and brick con struction. Large family room wit] fireplace. W/D, disposal, dish wash er. and self-cleaning ovon. All cit utilities, central heat and air. Al on approximately an acre of land overlooking a beautiful view. 503. 187 ACRES, about 135 ope: and in excellent pasture. Plenty o w a t e r with a good well, spring an Illinois Biver. .Four 32'x350' step truss concrete floor chicken houses Modern 3 bedroom, 1 bath home Terms available. 502. 131 ACRES. 100 acres im proved pasture. 2 wells, 2 ponds 1 spring fed and a creek. 2 storj 3 brfrm, l a bath home. An excel lent stock farm. Good terms wit owner. IF YOU'RE BUYING OR SEUU1NO YOU WANT REALTY Fred Merton 756-3718 Jack Rug 751-7S3 UFF-A-DAY HOMES FOR AMERICANS "Your Honor, do you think the jury will take vnnr advice or just use common sense?" y 47-Real Estate--For Sale 47--Real Estate--For Sal* CUTE newer 2 Bdr. home, close to lake t Monte Ne (near Rogers). Will rade for 1 acre or more with 3 Bdr. home anywhere nearer Fay- ttevllle. What do you have to rade? Or will sell for $10,000. DUPLEX LOT on Whlllock St. -- approx. 70x120-- 500 down and owner carry own Mortgage, l\'t ACRES Bdr. mod. house -- plus, 3 trailer spaces .on paved road, 4 mi. rotn P. Grove -- Sharply reduced o $11,500 -- Owner leaving -- Immediate possession. 4 BDR rea 1 well built home on Mission it. near Root School. Large bedrooms -- double fireplace -- Compact kitchen with builtins -- on erraced, shaded 175x250 lot. Less han $30,000 -- terms. THE OSBURN BROKERS HIWAY 62 WEST PHONE 443-4406 ON BEAVER LAKE 'wo or three bedrooms, all electric, car- leted, own water system, but city water LvalJabte, FranMin fireplace, two porches, Mher extras. 519,500. Phone 4-13-2123. SKIP THE REALTOR Save 6% or more by dealing dl- ·ectly with the owner, Exccllenl lome for young or older couples Two bedrooms, carpeted, central heat, built-in range and oven quiet neighborhood. Call 521-5516; it no answer, call again after 4:00 p.m. BY OWNER story Cape Cod--Two bedroom and study or three bedrooms- Full basement--Walk to VA, Washington General or grade school-'19,000. Call 443-4660 or 442*7212 for appointment. 100 ACRES part in City Limits, located East of the Airport. West Fork o£ White River goes thru this property. Most of the land is seeded to permanent ;rass. City water, natural gas, : oedroom home, large barn. Priced at only ?875 an acre. $87,500. CALL HEINEY REALTY CO. Well constructed 3 ER home In best condition NE Sec city. I-arge carpeted family rm with many builtins. Complete Kitchen with much storage urna. Fireplace. 2 baths. CH A. 2.000 sq. ft. Large landscaped lot, fenced backyard Call Sylvia Danforth 442-9935. REALTORS 442-23 3 a FAUCETTE READY FOR OCCUPANCY 3 Bedroom Ranch on Winwood Dr. fireplace In.'family room. Formal dining room, hiiilt-In range, dishwasher, baths. Fully carpeted. Unusual patio de sign, with Irees. Double garage. A sensl lile plan for family living. -Priced loiv 30s. tt'e also have eliolce building !o1 s tc build your plan or ours. Financing availa ble. For information call anytime. GINTONIO BUILDING CO. 521-3373 KING SB ERKV - HOMES 15 ACRB9, two bedroom modern homi plus' furniture. Pond, good well, fivi fruit trees. Phone LAND For Sale: One or 1,000 Acre.?, start in;? at $135 per acre. By owner. Phone $39-3484. By OWNER; New carjKted 3 bedroom, ! Imlh home Jn Springdale. Used brick, jiving room, den, dining room, anc builtins. Extra large garage. 442-SS7 Hwy 16 East 442-9236 BY OWNER: 3 Bdr., walMo-wall shag carpet, iircplace, 2 bains, double at t ached irarage, double-wide concret driveway, northeast location near BuUer field Trail School $27,500. Call 521-17 anytime. THREE bedroom two bath, firnptani central heat and fclr, double garage large lot on Paradise Lane. Phone 442 ) after S p.m. DEEP IN THE HEART OF QUALITY HOMES--NEAR THE UNIVERSITY -- A two level EARLY AMERICAN with FOUR bedrooms -- Two fireplaces -- Beautiful baths ~ DeLuxe kitchen -- Formal living dining areas -- phis a large family roora with joining snack kitchen -- Separate utility room -- Double carport -- Abundance of storage -- Beautiful lot with large trees -- Priced at only $35,500.00. Call xis today. Office 442-7391. KINCAID COMPANY REAUORS George W. LewU Mike R. Watson Hush Kincaid . 44J-475 442-ST1 521-6051 Editor Dies MIDDLETOWN, Conn. (AP -- Jules D. Hplzberg, 57. edito of the Journal of Consultin; Psychology and chairman o Wesleyan University's psy chology department, died Sun day. ·:·' rCHEVROLETj WHIT I CHEVROLET AMERICA'S BEST SELLING AUTO New '73 Im pa la CHEVROLET '/2-TON PICKUP. Long Wide Bed, ;6-Cylinder Standard Transmission. Was $1995. NOW $1895 ;1969 CHEVROLET '/j-TON PICKUP. Long wide Bed, ;6-Cylinder, Standard Transmission. Was $1795. NOW $1695 WHITFIELD MOTOR CO. : OLDSMOBILE-GMC 14-16 NORTH EAST AVE,, 442-8294 CHEVROLET IMPALA 4-DOOR SEDAN V-8 350 engne · Ajr Conditioning - R a d i o · T u r b o - H y d r o m a t i c - Power Steering-Tinted G l a s s - P o w e r Disc B r a k e s - W h i t e - w a l l Belted Tires Wheel C a v e r s 6 Whe'el Opening Moldings THIS MODEST HOUSE offers three 'bedrooms and One and a half baths in a compact plan, with living and kitchen-dining areas facing the .front. There's real economy here, with the rectangular foundation, but the addition of covered loggia at the front and breezeway and garage to the side make this look like a custom-quality home. Plan HA764K has 970 square feet of living area. It was designed by Derick Kipp, Room 704,48 W. 48th St., New York, N.Y..10036. Anyone interested in knowing the cost of the blueprint can write to the architect. Hanoi Said Pouring Troops Into Laotian Supply Trail Children's TV Show Crusades To Slay Alive BOSTON (AP) - -Zoom, which calls itself the only television program written and performed entirely by children, has launched a children s crusade to keep itself from financial collapse. A cutback in funds from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting has left Zoom's sponsors, WGBH in .Boston, $1.8 million shy of funds necessary to have a 52-show season this year. "We know we a r e going to have to go to the corporations and foundations for that kind of money." said John Kerr, chief of fund raising for the station. "But we're not going to go hat in hand," he said. "We're going to try to get tangible evidence ot our public's support- the support of the kids who watch the show-and take that with us when we go asking for money." Zoom, started in the fall ot 1971, is produced by WGBH and is shown nationally on most of the 230 stations in the Publin Broadcasting System (PBS), Kerr said. Starting a week and a half ago. WGBH broadcast that Zoom was in danger of going off the air and asked for evidence of support. The viewers--the program aims at the 6-12 age group-were asked to send in photographs of themselves along with a letter or card backing the program. So far. the "Zoom Alarm" has brought in 30,000 photographs and letters from children just in the New England area. The appeal began Sunday on the other station that carry the show. Zoom uses children, age 9-12, from the Boston area as performers. The performers, who spend 22 weeks on the show and then are replaced, are non-professionals. The seven-member cast, called Zoomers, is partially replaced every 11 weeks. WASHINGTON (AP) -- Despite the Vietnam cease-fire, tJ.S. intelligence sources report, ;he North Vietnamese have poured hundreds ot tanks and thousands of fresh troops into the Laotian supply trail in recent weeks. There is no available evidence whether any of this has crossed into South Vietnam, but military sources said the movements make no sense unless most of this materiel and men are bound there eventually. The Jan. 27 cease-fire agreement limits resupply of Communist or government troops inside South Vietnam to replacement of damaged, destroyed or worn-out equipment on a one-for-orie basis. According to intelligence re ports, the North Vietnamese have sent more than 250 tanks, many powerful 122mm and 130mm guns, about 50 armored personnel carriers and about 1,300 tons of supplies into Southern Laos since early this month. TROOPS These sources-also estimated that about 15,000 North Vietnamese troops have moved into Southern Laos since the cease- fire. Intelligence analysts say about half are headed for the region near Saigon, some into the South Vietnamese Central Highlands, and others into the area below the demilitarized zone. Meanwhile, a single motor- fuel pipeline which North Vietnamese Army engineers laid across the DMZ last spring to support a tank-led invasion is reported undergoing expansion with a second pipeline to increase the flow of oil and gas from North Vietnam. Although the Vietnam cease- fire does not cover fighting in Laos, U.S. peace negotiator Henry A. Kissinger has said the agreement includes "a flat prohibition" against use of Laos and Cambodia for infiltration into South Vietnam. About the time the agreement was completed, Kissinger said IB expected the 145,000 North Vietnamese troops remaining in South Vietnam to dwindle gradually. There is nothing in the agree- nent that would penalize any of the parties for failing to carry out its terms. An international commission set up to supervise compliance has no enforcement powers. GREEN GOLDMETALLIC only $3706.0° No 5146 doc, no* ' n c i u d c s a l e s * O K Schools Reopen In Sf. Louis ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Pupils in the 166 public schools here re turned to classes today for the first time in four weeks after settlement of a teachers strike. More than 3,000 teachers, represented by the St. Louis Teachers Association and the St. Louis Teachers Union, accepted Sunday a tentative agreement providing an imme diate $200 raise and another $600 next September. School board officials said Monday that classes will De hold during f i v e days of the spring vacation, some Saturdays and several days past the normal June 15 closing of school to make up for the days lost during the strike. A board spokesman said 16 days would have to be made up by June 30 in order for the school system to qualify for $28,000 in state aid. The teachers struck Jan. 2! after the board refused to grant their demand for a $1,000 mid year pay hike. The settlement last weekend was made possible by St. Louis aldermen granting the schoo system a $1 million subsidy. Third Daughter SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP) -- Actor James Franciscus and his wife are the parents of a third daughter. Kitty Franciscus gave birth to an 8-pound, 4-ounce girl Monday at St. John's Hospital, a family spokesman said. Three Indian High Commission Invaded LONDON CAP) armed men masked with stockings invaded the Indian High Commission today, beat and tied up employes and then shot it out with British police. Two of the raiders vyere killed, and the third was injured and arrested, Scotland Yard said. One policeman, an Indian official and two bystanders were treated for shock and minor injuries at nearby hospitals. The raiders were Indians or Pakistanis and were in their 20s, the Yard said. Indian officials said the three men appeared to be "misguided Pakistanis." The officials said the men evidently wanted to seize one or more hostages. The Indians said the men entered the building about 9:30 a.m., and other eyewitnesses said armed police reached the building within four minutes. The Shootout occurred in a hallway. The Yard said that, as police rushed into the building, they encountered one of the raiders, who aimed a pistol at them. It was not clear imme- dcately who fired first.. The attack was over in less than an hour. The India House staff returned to their offices, and a policeman on the scene said: "All the intruders have been removed. No one escaped." BUSY CORNER The gun battle occurred just across the street from the Royal Shakespeare Company's London theater and at one of the city's busiest crossroads, the Aldwych intersection where the Strand becomes Fleet Street. Buses, cars and taxis backed up several blocks into the Strand as police cars, ambulances, motorcycle police and foot patrolmen converged on seven-story India House. Thousands streamed from offices, shops and stores to watch. "We were down in the basement, and then we heard a lot of shooting," said a member of the Indian mission's staff. Rita Morgan. "We all rushed up the stairs and saw two masked men who turned, and we just fled down the stairs." She said the gunmen w e r e telling everyone to lie down on the floor. She heard three or four shots, and then the men made them come upstairs. Another member of the staff said one of the invaders was armed with a sword and t h e others had pistols. Members of the British Commonwealth are represented in each other's capitals by iiigh commissioners instead of ambassadors, and the missions ere Burger Asked To Reconsider Smoking Ban WASHINGTON (AP) -- Chief Justice Warren E. Burger, whose complaint led Amtrak to ban cigar-and pipe-smoking from some trains, has .been asked to reconsider. Senate Republican Leader Hugh Scott, in a letter to Burger, says he's so addicted to his pipes that he would not travel on Amtrak without them if he could help it. Scott reminded the chief justice that Senate Democratic Leader Mike Mansfield and House Republican Leader Gerald Ford also are partial to pipes. "May I enter a m i l d disclaimer?" Scott said in referring to Burger's complaint last Nov. 3 that prompted Amtrak to ban cigars and pipes from its cluh cars on the Metroliner run between Washington and New York. "Or should I back off with a mea culpa? "Could it be dicta, obiter, some word go to the secretary of DOT or to the king of rails, to the effect that pipe smokers may enjoy the use of some part of the presently interdicted area for the indulgence of their contemplative addiction? "May it please the court!" There was no immediate rejoinder from Burger's office. But likely -any response to Scott's complaint would coma from the Department of Transportation, overseer of Amtrak. Freedom Like Resurrection, SaysEx-POW CLARK AIR BASE, Philippines (AP) -- . "I feel that I have spent six years in hell," said Maj. Jay R. Jensen, one of as high commissions than embassies. The known rather post of Indian high commissioner is vacant, and M. Rascotra is acting chief of the commission. . . 20 U.S. prisoners of war released Sunday. "I feel I have been resurrected, and I'm going to start a new life," the 41-year-old Air Force officer from Sandy, Utah, said. He said the first things he wanted to do were go skiing and take a vacation with his children. · "I want to see my family -- my mother and father, brother and sisters and my three children." Jensen, who was a POW six years, said his wife divorced him three years ago. Air Force Capt. Herbert B. Ringsdorf of Elba, Ala., said the most exciting part of his return was rediscovering commonplace things he had entirely forgotten. "The smell of perfume," ha said with a grin. "And especially the taste of food I hadn't had for six years." But what really told the 33- year-old bachelor he was home was "seeing the nurses in miniskirts.''' Visit Ends Today AWASSA, Ethiopia (AP) _ Princess Anne of Britain, recovered from an upset stomach, ends her 12-day visit to Ethiopia today. The princess was forced to cancel several engagements Sunday because of the illness. She was to visit the Lake Abi- yatta bird sanctuary today and then fly to Addis Ababa to end the vioit. ;

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