Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 22, 1973 · Page 24
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22 Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Thun., Feb. 22, 1973 r*YITTtVILLE. ARKANSAS 47-Real Estate--For Sale 47-Real Ettat*-For Sato READY FOR I. OCCUPANCY *-. : ' 3 Bedroom Ranch ;.' on Winwood Dr. fireplace In family room. Formal dlnbiz room, built-in range, dishwasher, 7 baths. Fully carpeted. Unusual patio de «Un, with Irtes. TXiuWe garage. A s-cnsl · W e pt*n for family living. Priced lose We also have choice build in? lots to MiLld your pter. or ours. Financlnn avalla- Mt. 'For information call *n1lme. :GINTONIO BUILDING co. 521-3373 HOMEfi BT OWNER: 3 Bdr, wall-to-wall fihai carpel, fireplace, 2 baUis, double al tached garage, double-wide concrod driveway, northeast location near BuHer fletd TraJl School $27,500. Call 521-547 anytime. CUTE newer 2 Bdr. home, close to lafce it Monte Ne (near Rogers). Will rade for 1 aero or more with 3 3dr. home anywhere nearer Fay. etlcvlllG. What do you have lo rade? Or will sell for S10.000. DUPLEX LOT in Whillock St. -- approx. 70x120-- 500 down nnd owner carry own mortgage. 114 ACRES 3 Bdr. mod. house -- plus. 3 trailer spaces on paved road, 4 ml. from P. Grove -- Sharply reduced lo 511,500 -- Owner leaving -- Im- medlale possession. 4 BDR real well built home on Mission SI. near Root School. Large bedrooms -- double fireplace -- Compact kitchen with builtilis -- on terraced, shaded 175x250 lot. Less than $30,000 -- terms. THE OSBURN BROKERS HIWAY 62 WEST PHONE 443-4406 APPROX. 4 ACRES 5.000 cap br . house -- barn -- fine 3 cd-- HI baths, with bulltliu -- tlachcd d. garage. Lots of Hlway 32 frontage -3 ,i mile from Farm' iglon. Only $27.150. 10 ACRES n corner (blacktop) 3 mi, NW of pringdale. Fine r u u t l c 3 bed caroled home with builtlns -- attached aragc. 7000 heavy hens (Just ar- Ivcd))-- cBg house-- lots of water nd natural gas. $45.000 -- 1 ACRE 50x303 f t , level lot on Hiway 62 -- Farmlnglon School. Ideal for trailer home. $2300. THE OSBURN BROKERS HWY. 62 WEST PHONE 443-4466 APPLE ORCHARD. 158 acres, 9,H» trees 2 houses, all equipment. SIVj.OOO. terms Waul cash offer! Ertead Realty,' 918-156- 53fil or ·137-MCT. THE OPEL MODEL 51 7-Real Estate--For Sal* WE HAVE PROSPECTS FOB LOW AND MEDIUM PRICED HOMES-ALSO, PROSPECTS FOB LARGE AND SMALL FARMS. IF YOU HAVE EITHER FOR S/VLE; CON TACT: Attractive 2 BR home in Nort section with large shady lo Fenced backyard with garden are C a r p o r t . Included in sales price a Elect cooking units, disposal, disl washer, washer-dryer comb, r (rlgerator-freezer «= mb - J7-" $16 Ot0. Call Joe Backus 442-6541. ' ' REALTOR 442-233S 17-R*al E*tat*-For. $al* [Xvo b«droom home near U of A ampiu. Small lot with Oak shade ees. CooxJnc unit. Floor furnace cat, fenced backyard. Price $12,X). Call Virginia Bowers 442-6309. i? REALTORS 47-rR«al Ettate-for Sal* FOUR BEDROOM BRICK One block north of University campus. In A-l repair. New car-pet through 2 roomu. Refrigerator, washing machine and kitchen range itay with house along with drapes. Phone 442-6358 47-Real Estote-for Sato THREE bedroom brick, '2 car garage, In Oak Manor, central heal/air, carpeled, 2 baths, family room wUh fireplace, fenced yard, lols of extras. By owner, call 521- UPER SPECIAL Three bedroom brick and frame, ne ceramic bath with tub--Double 'anlty, one with ceramic jhower. ^ah cabinet* throughout, built-in cooking units -- tan Ac hood, dish- wuher, central air and heat. Car. port, on large level lot. Total price 22,500 with Great Ternru. ·ALOWIN Brick three bedrooms, attached ga- age. bath and half. Lots of closets, :arpet and drapes, work saver cltchen, completely chain linked. A real bargain $18,900.00. ?OOT SCHOOL Attractive near new three bedroom home on large level lot. two sparkling baths, abundance of built-ins. Breakfast Bar. quality carpet throughout -- quick posses- ton. BUTTERFIELD SCHOOL corner lot with big yard, three Dig bedrooms, cheerful kitchen, Dishwasher, Bar -- Deep dry basement with \k bath, family room, aundry room--a bargain for,922, 500.00. 3300 SO. FT. 4 bedroom 3 bath all brick home in Root school -- 2 wood- burning fireplaces, lots of storage, large recreation room, ·torm windows throughout are a few of it» many extras. Has been occupied by only 2 people In il» 6 year* so it Is In excellent condition. Immediate pos- seHion. Call 443-4316 for appointment. POTHAST REALTY CO. 443-4316 ·to Helen £idaon Floyd A. Pothast Jr. Located on over one-half acre of land with established garden area. Three bedrooms. Carpeting. Double carport with storage. Chain link fence. Central heat. Located in area of other nice homes. Price $17,500. Call Vol Sharp, 4428914. REALTORS 442-2335 FAUCETTE Legal Notic**- Legal Notice* Block North at anil* Growry on (tor further Information contact Paul Jameson. Aliorney al fJ«. Kayctie- \llle. Arkansas) TERMS OF SALE: On a ticdil o! lKr« month:, Ihe purchaser iKinl required lo execute a bond as required by law and Ihc order and decree of said Court In said cause, with approved security, bear- Inn Interest *t Ine rale of 6 per cent per annum from dale or sale unlll paid, nnd a lien being retained on the premises sold lo secure lh« payment ol the purchase money. Given under my hand this 19lh day of February, A. D.. 1973. ALMA KOLLMEYER. Commissioner In Chancery. LAZENBY Real Estate Company 1015 N. College - 521-6700 Douglas Hartley L ester Davis Ken Lazenby Bill Lazenby Cash Price . ________ - ----- $2297.00 Down Payment _ _________ 397.00 alance _. __________ _____ "$1900.00 l $61.30 Per Month for 36 Months ;':; WITH APPROVED' CREDIT eferred Pym't Price-- .$2,603.80 -- $306.80 Finance Ch. D * LIFE DISABILITY MIC INSURANCE. AVAIL ';?pur Goal: At least One Buick or Opel in every driveway" 'I FISHER BUICK, INC. · 2396 N. College 442-4261 1972 CHEVROLET MAL1BU, equipped with 307 V8 engine, turbohydramatic transmission, power steering, factory air conditioning,- tinted gloss, radio, whitewall tires, yellow finish with beautiful contrasting brown vinyl interior. $3495 Wheeler Motor Co, PHONE 443-3453 fijfl 3244 N. College O 3 (Highway 71 North) WAITING FOR A BARGAIN? Walt no longer, you'll see a bargain in this rock trimmed three jedroom home. There are few bargains left--this is one of them. Priced middle teens, Call Stagecoach Real Estate, 521-1180. "HOUSE "-f FAMILY = HOME" PLEASE, I need someone to make me a home. I'm a 2 bedroom house in SW part of Fayetteville. My owners can't keep me and I don't want to be left alone. I'm, only §12,500. Call 521-7272 or after hours, Frances Langham at 443-3157. A Family Oriented Home. This 4 bedroom is going lo appreciate much more than normal. Brand new development going in across the street. Buy now for a good investment. Built-ins all the way around this big kitchen, and a fireplace all for $26,075. Call 5217272 or after hours, Nadine Miller at. 521-7473, The Best Home Buys , Before Your Eyes IVERYBODY reads the TIMES WANT IS. You ar*! IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF WASHINGTON COUNTY, ARKANSAS Union Life Insurance Company, Plaintiff, vs. No, 23774 Mrs. Louise Brooks, her Unknown Heirs, Devisees, Personal Representatives and/or Assigns, Defendants. NOTICB OF FIJJNC. OF PKT1TIO.N qi:iKT AND CONFIRM TITLE AND WARNING ORDER Notice Is hereby slven that Ihere has been Wed In my office as Clerk of the Chancery Court of Washlngton County, Arkansas, the petition of Union Life Itv suronce Company, praying for Ihe quiet' 1n#, confirming and vesting of title in il lo Ihe following described real estate situated, in Washington County, Arkansas, to-wit: A parl of the West Half of the North. west Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of Section Four (4), Township Sixteen 16l North, Ranae Thirty (30) West, being more particularly described as follows, to-wil; "Beginning at a point which Is One Hundred Four (101 feet SoulEi of 1he Northwest Corner of said Twenty (20k acre tract, and running lhen.ce South Five Hundred Fifty-Six (556) feet, thence Ens! Six Hundred Sixly (660) feet, thence East Six Hundred Sixty f660 feet, thenue North Five Hundred FKIy-six 556) feet, thence West Six Hundred Sixty (660) feel lo Ihe point of beginnin#, subject however, to t h a t part of the above described real estate now lying within the right of way of Sfatc Highway No. 11?, as presently located, and subject lo a ten (10) fool easement running East and West across the south End of the above described re'dl estate. All persons, firms and/or corporations, claiming any interest in said lands or any lien thereon are hereby notified and Mellon's Heir Indicted For Tax Evasion warned lo appear the Washington THE KEY TO HAPPINESS fits in the door of this spacious three bedroom brick-trimmed home located on a, large 150x200' lot. Cnll Stagecoach Real Estate today on' this lovely home priced in low 20s. 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. boss company real estate 2800 N. College Two -Locations ; Ark. Plaza County Chancery Court w i t h i n four (-1) weeks' of Ihe dale of the ftrsl publication of this Notice and show cause. If any (hey have, why the tille to said lands should not be vested, confirmed and q u i e t e d in Ihe petitioner. Union Life In- mrance Company, forever. The defendants, Mrs. Louise Brooks, her unknown heir. 1 ;, devisees, persona) representatives and/or assigns, are hereby warned to appear in Ihe Chancery Court of Washington County, A rh a n sa s, w i Ihin thirty days (30) and answer the Petition lo Quinl and Confirm Title as tiled. .WITNESS my h a n d 'and seal on thl: 16th day of February, 1973. ALMA KOLLMEYER, Chancery Court Clerk By Kathleen Harness Deputy Clerk (Seal) IN WEST FORK New 3 bedroom brick homes. Low down payments to qualified buyers. Located one Mock south of High School, or contact Gairland Smith, 824-52QS after p.m. HERE NOW COJIMIKSIONKR'5 SAI.K NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. TtVat in pursuance of the authority and direc- liwis contained- in the decretal order of the Chancery Court or Washington County, made and entered on the 7lh day of February, A.D., 1973 In a certain cause (No. maiO) then pending therein between V. H. Cragg and Alice Lee Gragtf, Plaintiffs and Lucien L, Lockhart and Eusan M. Lockhart; and Firsl National Bank of Fayetteville, Arkansas,- Escrow A sent, defendants. Ihe undersigned, as Commissioner of said court, will offer for sale al public vcndue ;to the h i g h e s t bidder, at ( h e west door or entrance of ( h e County Court House, in which said Despite Protests Two Ships Head For Mardi Gras NORFOLK, Va (AP) -- D spite protests from Navy wives, backed up with encouragement from two U.S. senators, the amphibious dock s h i p s Nashville and Coronado were scheduled to sail today on a Mardi Gras deployment to New Orleans. Sen. George McGovern assured the women that Congress will "make good use of" the New Orleans trip when military authorization and appropriation sills next are considered. S e n . William Proxmire agreed with the wives that such a trip "does not seem to be a legitimate use of taxpayers' money." The ships are scheduled to be in New Orleans March 1-7 as Navy representatives to the M a r d i Gras. Government spokesmen have said that the vessels will provide dining and berthing facilities for military parade units a t . the pageant, and also will be open for public visiting. In a letter to Oina Jacovelli, wife of a Nashville officer, the Navy's assistant chief of information, Capt. W. V. Wright Jr., said: BEST METHOD "When operational . commitments permit, Navy ships are routinely scheduled to visit United States ports to acquaint local citizens with the Navy, its mission, and people. The military is now in an all-volunteer environment, and one of our best methods of recruiting is in providing an opportunity for young men and women and their parents to visit on board our ships . . . " Wright also said that .the PITTSBURGH (AP) -- Wil- .iam Mellon Hitchcock, grandson of the founder of Gulf Oil Corp., has been indicted on charges of evading more than $500,000 in federal income taxes during 1966, 1967 and 1968. Hitchcock, 33, now living in Tucson. Ariz., is accused of maintaining a numbered account in a Swiss bank and failing to report $543,800 in income from the account on his federal tax returns.' U.S. Atty. Richard L. Thornburgh said an Internal Revenue Service investigation uncovered the information used in the federal grand jury indictment. The maximum penalty for conviction on all counts, Thornburgh said, is 24 years in prison and a $45,000 fine, A grandson of · the late William Larimer Mellon of Pittsburgh, Hitchcock is a onetime associate of Dr. Timothy Leary and maintained a country estate in Millbrook, N.Y., for disciples of Leary. a drug advn- cate, and his League of Spiritual Discovery. Thornburgh said a federal warrant has been issued for Hitchcock's arrest and he expects Hitchcock to surrender to federal authorities in Tucson or be arrested. Not The Father LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Comedian Flip Wilson is not the father of a baby boy, as alleged by dancer Mabel Robinson, a Superior Court judge here has ruled. Judge Harry L. Hupp ruled Wednesday against the woman, who had contended that Wilson was the · father of her. 8'/z- hionth-old son.- The judge did not explain the reasons'for .his ruling other than to say it'was based "on the evidence submitted to me." 1970 PONTIAC LEMANS 350, V8, Automatic, Power Steer- i n e i.ouniy JOUT i iiou se , in wmun sain Court is Jield, in Die County of Washington, within the hours prescribed by law for judicial sales, on the 15th day of March al 10:30 A.M.. 313, the following described real estate, to-wit: Lot Numbered (3) in Block Numbered · (2) in Gragg Addition lo the Oily ol Fayetteville, Arkansas, as per plat of said Addition on file in Hie office of the Circuit Clerk and EJ\ r -Offficio Recorder of Washington County, Arkansas. Laundry Equipment: 24 washers, 8 dry- chine, 1 hah' dryer, Barber Shop Equipment; 2 Barber chairs, and other miscellaneous equipment. Property lo be sold includes the aforesaid Lot 3 in Block 2 Gragg Addition to the City of FayetteviHe; concrete block building thereon; and coin operated washing machines and 1 · dryers Portion of building Is currently rente* for use as a barber shop. Location: '. snips are needed to conduct telicopter flight qualifications : or. Marine Reserve pilots in the Louisiana area. Mrs. Jacovelli, in a return message to Washington, told Wright that his explanations made "absolutely no sense." Another Nashville officer's wife, Cheryl Wadsworth, has written Adm. Elmo R. Zumwalt Jr., chief of naval operations, that "in time of economy moves everywhere, it does not seem right that the Navy would continue any activities not directly concerned with preparedness and efficiency," ing, racrory Mir v-onamomng, Radio, Whitewoll Tires, Turquoise Finish with Black Vinyl Top and Black Vinyl Interior. $2595 Wheeler Motor Co, ._ ,,. (Highway 71 North) FEBRUARY. 20 THRU 24 WHITFIELD HAS A COMPLETE STOCK OF BRAND NEW OLDSMOBILES MORE NINETY-EIGHTS, CUTLASS S, CUTLASS SUPREMES, EIGHTY-EIGHTS^TORONA- DOS AND OTHER MODELS IN STOCK THAN EVER BEFORE. COME ON IN TODAY THE SELECTION IS TREMENDOUS. Come by today .and talk to any one of our Courteous Salesmen: GERALD JONES Manager RON JONES Sales Manager DUANE MATTHEWS Salesman PETE JENKINS Salesman DELIA 88. It Gives You a Lot More Than Size. CUTLASS SUPREME. Even More of a Limousine Than Last Year for thosa who want a faste of limousine luxury in an easy to handle mid size car--and Who'd like a ride to malch. WHITFIELD now hoi a wide selection of Cullass' with almost color and option. Delta 88 is big, smooth-riding, tough. If you're looking for a big heavy car that'll take you places in high style for a long, long time--this is the one for you. WHITFIELD has one that will fit your fancy to a tee. Come in and look over the wide selection. NINETY-EIGHT, Drive II and Draw Your Own Conclusions. You can spend more money on some other luxury cars--and not get any more room, ride and genuine luxury than in an Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight. And each year, more and more luxury cor buyers are discovering its many values. We suggest you take one out on the road, and judge for yourself 1972 FORD LTD Fordor, 351 V8 engine, power steering brakes, cruis-o- matic transmission, factory air green w/vinyl roof, a beautiful low mileage car priced to sell for only · 1972 FORD PINTO Tudor, 2000 cc engine, cruis-o-matic, factory air, beautiful gold color with brown vinyl roof, low mileage. In showroom cond. for only . 1971 FORD PINTO Tudor 1600 cc engine, four speed transmission. Sharp for only · · 1971 FORD LTD fordor hardtop, 351 engine, cruise.o-matic, power steering, power brakes, factory air, beautiful blue w/blue vinyl roof. Nice car for . . 1970 FORD RANCHWA.GON 351 V-8 engine, cruise-o-matic transmission, power steering and brakes, factory air, beautiful brown. A real nice car for all the family. For only . · · · · · 1970 CHEVROLET KINGSWOOD Station Wagon, V8 engine, auto trans., power steering, factory air, green. Get ready for that vacation for 1970 FORD GAIAXIE 500 Tudor hardtop. Fast back 351 engine cruise-o-matic, factory air. Light green with white vinyl roof. Sharp 1970 PONTIAC CATALINA Station Wagon V8 engine, automatic transmission, factory air. A nice wagon for : ·, 1972 FORD F-100 STYLESIDE Pickup, long wheel base, 360 V8 engine, cruise- o-matic transmission. An extra nice truck for only ! 1970 FORD MOO STYLESIDE Pickup V8 engine, three speed transmission, traction loc rear end, beautiful red white color. Nice truck for $3385 $2345 $1635 $2685 $2085 $2255 $2175 $2385 $2085 WHITFIELD MTR CO. 16 North East Fayetteville Phone 442-8294 LEWIS FORD "BIG WARRANTY REMEMBER - THE EARLY BIRD GETS THE BUYSI LEWIS FORD -442-5301 3373 N. Colleg*

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