Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 28, 1973 · Page 19
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47-»«a1 Sal. |47-IUal Sat* LISTINGS WANTED PARTICULARLY ON FARMS AND LAND, IMPROVED OR UNIM- PRO"ED, REGARDLESS Of LOCATION. I*' THE CROWS CAN GET THBRE, .SO CAN I. LICENSED IN ARKANSAS, OKLAHOMA MISSOURI. HEINEY REALTY CO. Hwy 16 East 442-9236 47-Rcal Estato-fer SoU HIWAY INN on North College. 24 unite,, heated swimming pool. Reitaurant presently leased. An excellent Investment for one who wants to "live his business". $105,000. Pric*d at only Carpeted S bedroom home, all new wiring and plumblnf, garbage disposal, n«w 40 gallon, hot water neater. Around Hi acres. In city water. $11,500.00. Leu than 23% down. Corner lot in We*t Fork 120* x 120' with new decorative fence. 2 bedrooms. Large living room and kitchen. Redecorated Inside. $8500, On blacktop, 3 bedroom well built home, brick wood burning fireplace, around 1240 square feet of living Apace, bul.tlns Insulated, all electric. 30 good acres. Plus a. email family grocery business, all equipped. Thb is selling for $39,500. Terms. A-l condition throughout. Home and income for about the price of the home and 30 acres. Near Farmington, 3 bedrooom* and den, all brick, patio, utility carport bull tin 2 level range. I 1 /! b a t h s , wood-burning fireplace, central heat. First claw. Priced to sell at $23,000. W* Art Nor lh« BTggest Not Even a Million DoJIar Company We Are As Dependable As and Honest Any in Arkansas If You Want Big Results and Little Fanfare Contact Ugal Not) s T Near Farmington, large living room, 3 bedrooms, built-ins, r«- thlch lh«re shall b* submitted to. lh« eleolors th* sueiliw jdf lisulojr General Obi ljt»l Ion Improvemr Ji I Bond s unde r Amendment Nd. 13 to Ih* Constitution of [he Slate ot ATk*nias In Ihe principal amount of 130.000 (Ihe "bonds"). SECTION 2. Thai Iht bonds .thall be dated January 1, 1973, ihall bear In- lerel at the lowest rate or rates ob- tainaWe.al public salev Interest ihMl be payable semiannual!/ on January 1 and July 1 ot each year, commencing July 1. 1973. The bonds shall mature on January 1 of each year as follows, but shall be callable for payment prior to maturity upon such term* as ths City Council shall determine und specify In ttu Notice of Public Sale of the bonds: AMOUNT ll.DOO 1376 1977 1918 1970 I960 1981 EXTENSION Homemakers Clubs lll!lllllin»« OHULTZ Realtors AYLOR Keith L. Schultz Property Management Spectaltot* 521-2717 Hwy. 71 and Green Acres Road Fayetteville, Ark. frigerator, 'dtahwuher, range, cen- Scenic timbered homa or mobile tral heat, air . conditioned, work- home sites on 'blacktop near Devil'* Den State Park. HVa acre tract* for just $2900 each. About 20% down and balance financed by 'IWLIN REALTY CO. WEST FOHK, ARK. shop garage, some furniture, swimming pool, 2 large sliding doors onto sun d«cX th«rmopane doors. $26,500. Home la 2 years old. Ha§ large VA loan can be assumed. 3 bedrooms, large living room. All carpeted but kitchen. 2 car garage and. double carport. $16,000. NEWL1N REALTY CO. WEST FORK. ARK. FIVE-room house. Chain link fence, on lot 50x141'. Johnson. ArV, Call f»r ap- polnlmwit. Phone 442-7806. SPRING'S COMIN' AND THERE'S NO BETTER TIME to move into this 3 bedroom home on Hlway 112. An acre to spend Sundays and patio to entertain your gue«ts. $24.500. Call 521-7272, after hours, Bill Carmichaet at 443-4117. If I acre's not enough, how about 3, near Prairie Grove. Home haa 3 bedrooms and 1 bath. If you like coun-tty living, this is for you. $13,250. Call 521-7272, after hours. Larry Franklin at 443-5595. Brand new 2 story contemporary home in lovely new neighborhood, Native stone cedar, two fire, places, fully carpeted and plenty of extras. Reduced to $49,750. Call 521-7272 or call Lee Boss. The Best Home Buya . Before Your £?«· LAKB VIEW Parpeleti, paneled, air conditioned. Cable TV, and city wnler. 2 bedrooms. Lots 80x120, 4 years old. $1250 equity, assume loan of $50 per month, balance of I6362L PHONB 751-9552 APPLE ORCHARD, 158 acres, 9.200 trees, houses, all equipment J192.00Q, terms. Want cash offer! Snead Realty, 918-4565381 or 457-M??. 1993 SECTION 3. That ttie 1,000 1,000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1,500 1,500 1,500 1,VX 1,500 1000 2.000 2.000 2,500 3,500 2,500 3,000 u"Uon shall be 8-KOOM house for sale 1n Combs, Arkansas. Good garden spot, outbuildings. W.OOO. Fhona 677-2215. 80 ACRES Good 2 bedroom home with fireplace. Located on black-top county road- about . 14 mile* from down town Fayetlevlll*. Elkins School Phone. $37,000. Terms, For appointment CALL HEINEY REALTY CO. Hwy. 16 East 442-9236 HAS IT ALL, view, plenty water, estimated 15 acres, new Brick home. 2100 square feet living area, 20 x 2B garage, patio, cedar porch, 28 x 8 sun deck, pantry, built-in- stereo throughout, laundry room, ntove and refrigerator, central heat and air, quality carpet, 2 baths, custom drapes, fireplace. What a place for $48,500. Loan can be assumed. 2 Acres In Fayettev llle. arc und 2000 square feet living area, den and .formal living room, 3 oversized bedrooms, Targe screencd-ln back porch nearly the length of the house, 3 car garage. Quite a bar- lain at $35,000. Also can buy guest -iome or rental adjoining oil .8 of an acre for 510,000. South 71, near by-pass, commercial property. See sign. Part or all of 7 acre*. gai ho NEW LISTING Let us show you this neat 3 bedroom 2 bath all brick home. The kitchen has all built-in colored ap- NEWL1N REALTY CO. WEST FORK. ARK. OPPORTUNITY! Well established local restaurant m boss company reU uttat* Two Locations 2MO N. College NW Ark. Plaza 521-7272 CHARM WITH ECONOMY Ift what you get with thia 3 b*d- roora brick trim. Well located near one of Fayetteville's newer schools. Call . Stagecoach Real Estate, 521-1180. 3d ACRES and three bedroom house, lar*e pond, South of West Fork. (13,000, Call S-218L CARPETED, 3 bedroom brick, 1 baths den , f i re pi ace, large chain! ink fencec yard, 2 car garaKe. 442-4782, 442-21M. LAND For Salei'One or 1,000 Acres, start IfiR at 125 per acre. By owner. Phon« pliances including refrigerator. Nice wallpapered breakfast room, family room with fireplace, carpeting, drapes, unique floo r plan lots of storage. The lot is level, fenced, has trees. Priced under replacement cost : talking distance of grade schorl. Better hurry! This one won't last long. WINWOOD DEVELOPMENT CO. «17 N. COLLEGE -- 5Zl-4i3B Mildred Wlnbora 521-6672 O. H. Gamble 442-2734 Helen Kirby 448-5063 Ch«rle» Wuest 44S-3798 Glenda Huberts on 442-5540 WOULD YOU MISS A chance : to tuy ah acreage with 3 or 4 bedroom house close in for under $20.000? If not call Stagecoach Real Estate, 521-1180. for man who wants to gel ahead. Shown by appointment only. Call, James Baker for appointment. 5211300. Baker- (|| Freeman^ 1618 N. College 521-1300 ON BEAVER LAKE Two or three bedroom*, all electric, carpeted, own water system, but city water available, Franklin fireplace, two porches, other extras. S 19.500. Phone 443-2723 DELANEY, Ark. S room modern house, bam. pond, 9 acres. 114,000. (501) 6T7- 2150. BT OWNER: Three bedroom brick ve- placed on the ballot for the Special Election in substantially the following form: SECTION 4. That the election shall be held arid conducted and the vole canvassed and the results declared under the law and In thn manner now provided for municipal election so far as Ifii same is applicable, and the Mayor of the City is hereby authorhed and directed to give notice of such election by an advertisement published weekly once a wee* (or four weeks In a newspaper publisher in the City and having a bona f i d e cir cuTation therein, the last publication ID be not less than ten days prior lo the date or Ihe election, and only qualified voters ol Ihe City shall have the rl to vole at the election. SECTION 5. That the results of election shall be proclaimed by th Mayor and his Proclamation shall be published one time In R newspaper pub llshed In Ihe Cily and having a bona (id c1 ire illation th erein, which Proclama Ho shall advise that IKe results as pro claimed shall, be conclusive unless a tacked i n ' t h e courts within · thirty da alter Ihe dale of the Proclamation. SECTION 6. That the Mayor Is autho ized to advertise, according lo the term of Amendment No. 13 to Ihe Conslllutlon 6f the State of Arkansas, the public sale o t t h e bonds. . . . . SECTION 7. That ft Copy Of this Ordinance shall be given In the Washington County Board of Election Commissioners so l h a t the necessary election officials and supplies may be provided. SECTION S. That" all Ordinances and parts thereof in conflict herewith are hereby repealed to the extent ot luch conflict. SECTION 9. Triii t it Is hereby ascertained and declared that there 1s an inv mediate need for (he improvements In order that the public health, welfare and safety may .be protected and that the improvements-can ,be accomplished only by the issuance ot the bonds. It is, therefore, declared that an emergency exists, and this ordinance beinjr necessary for the immediate preservation of the public pace, health and safety, shall be in force and lake effect Immediately from and alter its pas j a ire. PASSED: February 3, 1973. APPROVED:. BOBBY L. CARLISLE!, Mayor ATTEST: JACK DECKER, City Recorder ' : (Seal); . CERTIFICATE The undersigned. Cily Recorder «( th'e City of Farmlnglon, Arkansas, hereby certifies lhat (he foregoing pages are a true and correct copy of Ordinance No. 29A, adopted at a special .session of-the City Council, of Ihe-C7ity ot Farmlnglon, Arkansas, held at the regular meeting place of the Council in Ihe City at 7:00 clock p.m., on the 3rd day of Febiu- ry, 1973, and that Ihe Ordinance- is ot record in Ordinance Record Book No. 1, Pane 29, now In my possession. GI^EN under my hand and *eal this !rd day of February, 1973. JACK DECKER, City Recorder Oeal) 7. U, 21. 26 4lc FISHBACK There were nine members and two guests present for the February meeting held at the community building. M e m b e r s discussed the leadership training to be held Friday at 1:15 p.m. at the Ozark Electric Cooperative Corp in Fayetteville. Mrs. Nina Coffee, assistant extension home economist, discussed fashions and the care of nevv fabrics. Mrs. Jean Loni took first.prize with an origina comic valentine and the hostesses, Pam Gay, Naom Gay and Gayle Gay servec efreshments featuring the Valentine Day motif. The next meeting \yill be hel at the community building Mar 4 and the program will be on errariums. . . nd five guests present for the "·ebruary meeting at the club ouse. VINEY GROVE Roll call was answered by 1 members and one guest at th February meeting at th community building. Plans summer were made for trip and Mrs. Fann Mrs, Roy Gumm was hi iHiiiiiiiiiinn for the IB club hostess norrnwcH nrnaniat nmcj, irwa., ra. xo, IT/» w ·* rAVKTTIVILI.il, AMKAMIA* and Mrs. Charlie Rich read poems and led the discussion on the care of flowering shrubs. Eve openers were shown by the hostess Mrs. E. Dorr, Mrs. C. Villines and Mrs. William Pryor. It was announced a clothing course will be offered Tractor Blade Taken Don Williams of Williams Ford Tractor and -Equipment Company, told city police Tuesr day that a $215 blade from a tractor had been stolen from his lot. Mrs.Helen Hutchens shawls they had Cohca and displayed made. Mrs. Nora Carnahan and Mrs. H u t c h e n s reported on a leadership training session they had attended. Mrs. Mary Belle Calico gave devotions. . The next meeting will be held Mar. 11 at the community building. Meet Your Northwest Arkansas TIMES Carrier Sammy George has Rt. 13, a motor route serving 235 customers in the southwestern portion of Fayetteville. He also drops 18 city carrier bundles to the carriers homes. The WHITE ROCK Feburary meeting was held in the home of Mrs. W. A. Sraith and was "preceded by a covered dish luncheon. There were: nine members present and Mrs. Gertrude Pond painting. Plans were made to attend the Feb. 23 county council meeting. The hostess gave devotions and Mar/ 13 ,was- set for the date of the next meeting at the home of Mrs. W. E. Decker. Mrs. Jo Anderson WOMAN'S WORLD A Convenient Sewing and Shopping Guide for Today's Gal en Ih* Go. ne«r home on 1 acre, l^i baths, washer/ dryer hookups, central heat, carport-116,500. 26T-3355. BUCKNER There were nine members and two guests present for the February, meeting held in the home of Mrs. Gladys. Hawkins. Guests were Mrs. E. Gibson and Mrs. H. McCarty and Mrs. Gibson became a member. Patterns were made for the Arkansas Children's Hospital and plans made .to sponsor a \y h i t e elephant sale at the March 16 meeting,.The March meeting will be held in the home of Mrs. Julie Hussey. WARNfNO ORDER AND NOTICE In The Chancery Court Of Washington County, Arkansas J. I* Ealon, Ex Parte, Plaintiff, vs. No. 23720 The South % of th« south K of tht Southeast U of Section 32 in Township 16 North ot Range 29 West in Washington County, Arkansas: Jfss Pretlyman, and J. A. Eaton, and/or their Unknown MEETINGS Two extension homemaker clubs iri Washington County will meet Thursday. Friendly Neighbors will convene at 1:30 p.m. in the First National Bank at Springdale and Mount Comfort Cluh will meet at 11:30 a.m. at the community building. Sammy has been serving his customers for over 30 Years 716 THE PALMER-FREEMAN INDUSTRIAL PARK ANNOUNCING 18 acres located jusl off. the bypass and Johnson Road. Sewer, water, rail spur. Suitable for Industrial Mfg. warehousing, commercial. WILL BUILT) TO YOUR SPECIFICATION AND LEASE BACK Another Commercial-Industrial Project by SCHULTZ TAYLOR KEITH L. SCHULTZ. President 1765 N. College 521-2717 Northwest Arkansas' Leading Industrial and Commercial Realtors Heirs. Executors 1 , Administrators or Ass I (fn s, D«fen d a n f s, - ... riotic« Is*. hereby given that there has been filed in the otfice ot the Clerk ot Ihe Chancery Court of Washington County, Arkansas, a petition to quiet title and confirm In X L. Eaton, the title to the following described lands situate In Washington County, Arkansas, lo-wlt: Mrs. hostess meeting HUNTSVILLE Irene Herrington for at was the February the community MANICURED (Almost devoid of weeds and stones]--'approx, 7 A, on Strickler Road (paved). Fine remodeled 2 Bdr. home, mostly carpeted -- a jlllion cabinets in kitchen -- 2 W Air-conditioners and carport. Fine garage with separate workshop -storm cellar. Mostly all open, ex, grass -- shade -- 2 ponds -- Ex. water supply. ?22,500. THE OSBURN BROKERS HTWAY «2 WEST PHONZ building. There were nine members present. Gowns, made by members, were presented to the residents of Meadow View Lodge. Eye openers were shown ,,,, ,,,,,,. ,,, ,,,,,,,,,,.,,. .,,,,,,. and the business was conducted ·me south Haij-s!4 of the'South by Mrs. Mabel Tarr, president. Hslf (S'A) or the Southeast Quarter (SE'i) of the Norlhwcjt Quarter (NWU) ot Section Thirty-two (32) in Township Si\(cen {16), North ot Range Twenty-nine (29) West. All persona claiming said lands and any interest therein inctudlngjess Prettyman and J. A. Eaton, and/or their unknown hejrs, executory, administrators or assigns, are warned to appear In the Chancery court of Washington Oouniy, Arkansas within thirty (ft)) days from Ihe date of first publication of Ihis notice to show cause why the title to said lands should nol be quieted and confirmed in J. I* Eaton. Witness my hand as such Clerk and the seal of said Court on this 2nd da "Serving Northwest Arkansas" 212 N. East Phone 442-6244 SC-5 TWO BEDROOM brick homjs \\' y baths -- 2tt acres with amal! metal horse barn -- on paved road near Springdale City Limits. We have several small farms with and without broiler houses. ot February, (Se»l) ALMA KOLLMEYER Clerk of the Chancery Court of Washington County. Arkansas . - - : 7, 14, 21. 28 4tc Surprise a liltle b o y this lively, colorful quilt. Gay Drummer Boy Quilt is fun to applique in bright red, blue a n d gold cotton. Pattern 716: pattern pieces for 8 inch applique blocks, directions for 48 x 64 inch quilt. Seventy-Five Cents for each pattern -- add 25 cents for each pattern for Air Mail and Special Handling. Send to Laura Wheeler, Northwest Arkansas TIMES. 450, Needlecraft Dept., New York, N.Y. 10011. Print Pattern Number, Name, Address, Zip. All New for 1973! Fashion- inspired Needlecraft Catalog -more knit, crochet styles, crafts. Free'directions. 75 cents New! Instant Money Book -make extra dollars at home from your crafts. $1 Instant Crochet Book........ $1 Hairpin Crochet Book $1 Instant Macrame Book $1 Instant Gift Book $1 Complete Afgfian Book jl 16 Jiffy Rugs Book .. 50 cents 12 Prize Afghans Book 50 cents Quilt Book 1--IS patterns .. SO cents " Museum Quilt Book 2 . 50 cents IS Quilts for .today Book 50 emu Real Estate 701 North College 521-7215 We Practice th« Golden Rule" After Hours: Eddie Howard Vine Blumenberg Gua Oatmeyer 442-5399 443-2112 Two-ways slimming! Sew pantsuit or dress with subtle bodice seaming or dramatic diagonal bands of contrast Quick front zip! Printed Pattern 4564: New Half Sizes 1'0'M, 1214, 14Vi, IS'A, 18V4, 20%. Size U'A (bust 37) lakes 234 yards 60-inch. Seventy-Five Cents for each pattern -- add 25 cents for each pattern for Air Mail and Special Handling. Send to Anne Adams, care of Northwest Arkansas TIMES, 438, Pattern Dept., 243 West 17th St., New York, N.Y. 10011..Print Name, Address with Zip, Size and. Style. Number. Quick, easy-sew w a y to a spring-summer wardrobe! Send for new Spring-summer Pattern Catalog. Choose one pattern free. All sizes! 75 cents Instant Sewing Book -- c u t , fit, sew modern way. J 1.00 Instant Fashion Book. $1.00 Legal Notice*-- ADWRTX8S of hemepuken n this f«*lur« 4*ily . . . tnd win »· yet AN ORDINANCE CALLING A SPECIAL ELECTION IN THE CITY OP FARMINGTON ARKANSAS, ON THE QUESTION OK ISSUING BONDS UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF AMENDMENT NO. 13 TO THE CONSTITUTION OP THE STATE OF ARKANSAS FOR THE PURPOSE OP CONSTRUCTING BUILDINGS FOR THE HOUSING OP FIRE FIGHTING APPARATUS AND THE PURCHASE OF FIRE FIOHTINd APPARATUS; PRESCRIBING OTHER MATTERS RELATING THERETO; AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY. WHEREAS, the City of FBrmlnglpn, Arkansas (the "City 1 '), Is a dry of the second class; and WHEREAS, It has been determined lhat it would be In Ihe best Interests of the Cily to construct buildings for the honslnj ol fire fighting apparatus, ami lo purchase fira fiithUng apparatus, at , estimated cost to the Cit/ of not to exceed »30,000 (Ihe "improvements"), which estimates include necessary expenses Incidental lo the Improvements and lo the Issuance of bonds; and WHEREAS, Ihe purpose of Ihfs Ordinance Is to submit lo Ihe electors of the City Ihe question of Itiulns; General Obligation Irapro?ement Bond* under Amen. ment No. 13 to Ihe ConsUrulioa ft Ihe State of Arkansas for finantiaf tin 1m- proverneals; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by me Cily Council of ttw Cily o! Farmlngten, Arkansai: SECTION 1. Thai Hurt II hereby call*) · ItwUl BIKtltn tec Kueb U ISM, it NOT1CB OF SPECIAL ELECTION Nolice is hereby given l h a t a Special Election to be held in the City o( Farm- fngton, Arkansas, on. Mar. 33, 1973, there will be submitted to the electors of. the City Ihe question of Issuing General Obligation Improvement Bonds under the provisions'.of Amendment No, 15 to the Constitution at the State of Arkansas, in the principal amout ot $30,000 for the purpose of financing the cost of'the construction of building* for the -housing ot fire fiRhting apparatus and Ihe purchase ot (ire fighting apparatus. The bonds shall "be dated January 1, 1913, wl'lh interest thereon to be payable on Janusry 1 and July 1 of each year, commencing July 1, 1973. The bond* shall mature on January 1 In each of Uie years 1976 to 1993, Inclusive, but shall be callable (or payment prior lo maturity on such terms AS the Cily may specify In Ihe Notice of Public Sale of Ihe Bonds, The Cily Council will levy and there will be collected a continuing annual lax for the pu rpose of provtd I n g tor the payment of principal of and Interest on the bonds, which levy will not exceed five (5) mills on Ihe dollar of the assessed valuation ot the taxable real and personal property in. the Cily. On(y qualified electors of the Cily of Farm In sr ton, Arkansas, will have the r'yrht to vole in the election on the question. The election will be held between the hours of 8:00 o'clodi a.m. and 7:30 b'ctoclr p.m. at the followinjt pollinjr pTaces In the Cily ol Farmington, Arkansas: Farmingfon Fir* Department. GIVEN Ihis 5th day of February, 1373. CITY OF VARMINGTON, AnXA7«'SA3 By Bobby I* Carlisle, Mavor 7, H, 21, 8 4lc Ford To Gel Film Institute Award HOLLYWOOD (AP) -- John ;"ord, the movie director mous for his films of the wild West, will be given the American Film Institute's first award for "a careers achievement in film-making." Actor Charleton Heslon, Institute chairman, announced the award Tuesday, saying, "No individual has more fully explored on film the American experience." The 90 films of Ford's career include "Stagecoach," "The Grapes of Wrath," "The Battle of Midway," and "Mister Rob- eits." Just Say CHARGE IT! SPECIAL BUY! OLD WORLD 4-PC. BEDROOM GROUP CAPTURE THE DRAMA OF THE ROMANTIC "OLD WORLD"! YOU'LL BE PROUD TO OWN THIS 4-PIECE SET OF RICH, SOLID OAK! Massive triple dresser, single mirror, 5 drawer chest and dramatic J«««"b«"{' J ra *«"' ' J center-guided, hare dust panels and are specially treated to protect clothes from snagging. Headboard fits full or queen frame. Matching Nigh* Stand 59.88. EVELYN HILLS SHOPPING CENTER - Open Mon, Thurs. til 9:00 443-4591

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