Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 26, 1974 · Page 47
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 47

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47-Hteal Estato-Ftt Sab IN LINCOLN ft» u j» I"*. «'·« Intertrt loin on SSL 3 JR.*""* 'ft 1 * '"«· Uvlo « nan with c»rj»tlnj ovtr him wood noon. DlS wuher -- dryer and .WMher connection!, centril belt »x»0 lot, w a t k l n t dUlance to Church. School and ihopplni. A» ««J»enl buy it UJ.OOO. SEE TO APPRECIATE. POSEY'S REAL ESTATE 824-3375 Lincoln, Arkansas SUBURBAN REAL ESTATE RCAITOB Broker Ron Sherwood 443-2050 Hwy. 45 E. HOUSE FOR SAIE Owner Leaving Fayettevlll* Bedroom ranch ityle. i Baths block from Woodland Jr. Hlfh wekyard patio and garden plot, iendly neighborhood on a qu reet, conveniently located for hopping. «22,TSO ttwwn by owner -- Call 521-4779 QUALITY home and stable* wn two acres off 45 East. Butterfield School, brown cedar, native stone trim and fireplace. Over i,«00 w ft. Central a/c, carpeted. 3 bedrooms. 2 baths huge famllyroom dining-room, kitchen with eating apace. Wood fenced. Price mid «'a 3 ACRES HOME Three bedroom all brick home kitchen and dininjt with lota 01 cabinets, all electric with H QUALITY HOME, 45 EAST Three bedrooms, formal dining familyroom fireplace, heat a n t acre Iot » 23 acres of land approx. half open Beautiful view f o r building l miles from. Fayetteville; $15,750 Terms available. -We have other small tracts avail able in the Hwy 45 vicinity for build ing. If you want a SOLD Sign on your home? Call FRONTIER REAl ESTATE Company REALTOR Bill Lazenby 521-5833 Us Davis 521-4448 Doug Hartley 442-6446 Arthur Clark 751-9724 TAX HEDGE NEED to save on Taxea? See these townhouse apartments. Great li cation. 2 br. l"i bath. Call and le me explain [he tax advantages Randall Webb, 521-5088. FREEMAN REAL ESTATE 1417 N. College -- 521-630C INVEST, Don't Spend Excellently located property clos to schools, stores churches, "an bu*ine*se3. You can'» miss makin money with this one. Call Budd ·t 521-1929. BARRETT-PUNCHER 521-192' 1973 VW SQUAREBACK Automatic transmission, conditioning, local one owner, 12,700 miles, in like new condition. Wheeler Motor Co Inc. 95 PHONE 443-3458 KB Highway 71 North · '-««al EdaM-for Soto- 47-KMl Ettata-fer SoU- r lt«al NMtcn LOOKING For A Home? , Then Call BARRETT-FINCHER BY OWNER bedroom, 1% bath*, ctnwtad, cvntril r/hMt, den with woodbomiitf fir*j»tac«, ter, Ambl* tlectrie ovov. Do took yard, eoer*nl«nl 443-2581 or »31-4m BUTTERFIELD Y OWNER: MBS Elizabeth «1 rtck. 4 bedroom. 2\'y bath, family oom with fireplace and cathedra njf, formal livinjjroom. 521-5699 WAREHOUSE OFFICE Combination Offtc* and Warehouse. Warehouse -- 3,000 «q. ft. Office -- 21x48. Will rent together or tep- FRONTIER REAL 'OIS N. ESTATE I f^College Company 1 ^J521-6700 REALTOR Doug Hartley . . . . 442-6446 Let Davii ....... 521-4448 Arthur Clark ..... 751-9724 'Bill" Lazenby ____ 521-5833 AIR-CONDITIONED, brick, three bedroom two bath home on extremely larje fenced lot, nicely landactped. Sha* carpet throughout except in kitchen and dining area. Attic Jan, two car garage with large itorage area, patio with Bar-B-Q pit. Nice quiet neighborhood in Sp ~ "" " Phone 7SUM ·ingdale, 1813 Shelby. ':. weekdays after 5:30. School J. Ark. 71737 THE PRICE IS RIGHT e« thta 3 br, 2 bath with fire- lace and all irivacy at only $23.500.00 1 pri ·Ilia rreeman, 521-70B8. FREEMAN Real Estate 617 N. College 521-6300 BRICK DUPLEX TWO COMPLETE UNITS -Consisting of two bedrooms -Combination living-dining room -- convenient kitchen -- Separate utility storage room with automatic washer connection* -- Pull bath (tiled) -- ceneroua closets -- hardwood floors -Central heat -- on large corner lot -- Th IB lit · choice Northwest location and a welt con* d tlioned pieca of property -Call ua for further detail*. Shown by applntment. Office 442-7391. FOUR BEDROOM HOME CONTEMPORARY TWO LJ5V- EL -- WITH NATIVE STONE AND WESTERN CEDAR TREATMENT -- Large living room with dining area -- Deluxe kitchen with built-lns -family space, native stone fkre- plare -- Vaulted ceilings -- Tsrrace levnl has large rumpus room -- Three full baths -- Two car garage with electric door -- Cholee view from outside deck -- Wall to waU carpeting and drapes -- Year ro und alr-conditionmg. Don't miM this. Call today. BY BUILDERS New 3 bedroom homes on large level lots in convenient MEADOWLARK ADDITION. Ccn t ral heat and air -- fully carpeted -- well equipped kitchens -- two batha -double garage -- brick exterior* Edward Hancock Harrison Davis 443-5113 524-4888 MIDDLE FORK FARM One of 1 he finest farms on the White River. Home, barns, ·out- buildings, fenced cross 'fenced. Nat. ga*. BARRETT-FINCHER 521-1929 BY OWNER ' J-3 bedroom, brick, with central heat, 22x28 tepara te works hi garage. 1 acre corner lot with ,. in fenced pasture. In. Fayetteville city limits, good neighbors, $24,000. Phone 443-5535. Petitions Said To Be Circulated At The Polls LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Arkansas Consumer Research warned Arkansas voters Saturday that the Arkansas Credit Requirement Committee plans to seek signatures for a proposed Constitutional amendment Tuesday. The committee, ACR said, is hiring persons to gather signa tures at the polls for the pro posal which would give the state legislature the authority to set interest rates. "The committee is paying these people varying amounts (or the signatures, in some instances ranging as high as $35 for the day plus 35 cents for each signature over 100," ACR said in a prepared statement. "Assuming that there will .be a worker at each polling place and that he will be paid at least $25 for the day, the committee will spend a minimum of $5.000 in Pulaski and Jefferson counties alone on Tuesday," Bicentennial Playwriting Contest Winners Announced Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Sun., May 26, 1974 FAVrrTIVItLC, ARKANSAS ' ' ' KINCAID COMPANY REALTOR 333 N. CollefB--442-7391 5«orge W. Lewis Mike R. Watson Hugh Kincaid Margaret HunU«y 442.C711 521-9054 521-1340 LINCOLN This 2 bedroom jn good repair, with new carpet, new cabinets This home will VA. Priced at a low 511,750.00. Call m for appointment. BARRETT-FINCHER 521-1929 BUTTERFIELD SCHOOL 3 bedroom 2 bath, Brick and Frame home with Fireplace, shag carpet, central heat, window air. BuUtin oven and range, lot llOx 165. 2 car heated garage. The price i* right. BARRETT-FINCHER 521-1929 By signing the petition ,ACR said a voter would be "inviting what promises to be the most elaborate, heavily financed campaign to pass a constitutional amendment in, Arkansas history." ACR repeated its opposition to the measure. WOODED CORNER LOT Nearly \' 3 acre, Well located within walking distance of schools and University. Four bedrooms, 2Vz baths, living room, dining room, 2 dens woodburnlntf fireplace, small office, ample storage areas. Concrete patio, central heat and a ir, full kitchen. Approxi ma tely 2200 sq. ft. floor space, Available immediately. 442-J077. Legal Notices ALL OR PART A total of 76 acre* on black-top county road. About 10 acres open About 20 acres in old field*. Natural gas. Drilled well small pond, Old bam. Elkina phone fchool. About 13 miles from down town Faye IteviHe. 932,000 for th* 75 acres. : OR About 60 acres with 20 acres in fields drilled well, old bam. OR 9.36 acres of open land with small pond. Terms on contract. OR 10 acres of wooded land. Terms on contract. HEINEY REALTY CO. Hwy. 16 Eost 442-9236 RY OWNER. 4 BDH., FAMH-YROONf, 1H BATH3. CENTRAL AIR. FU1J.Y CARPETED 1308 LXJ. frT. 2 YBAR O RANCJI. DBAU-KNR CUD DP. SAC, ACRE 40 TRRF.S .OT-ORB TO EVE LYN HILLS, ROOT SCHOOL, PHONE 531-2131 COMMISSIONER'S SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES, That In pursuance of the authority and directions contained in the decretal order of the Cham-en- Court of Wellington County, mada and entered on the 3rr day of May. A . D . , 1974 In certain cause (No. chTJ-236) then pending therein between Superior Federal Savings and Loan Association or Fort Smtlh as, PJainli f r an r! Karen L. Boer {formerly Jlleken) defendant, the ander- Igned as Commissioner o( said.", court, ·III offer for sate nl puhltc vendue to ha hFtfiest bidder, at Ihe we.-rt door or entrance of lha County Court House which satd Court Is. held. In tho County of Washington, within lha hours ~Xtt by law for - judicial sales, 5th day ot June fit 9:00 a.m., 1974, the following described real estate, o-wil: .ot Numbered Two (2) in Shady Lane Addition to West Fork, Arkansas, us upon the recorded 1'f a t thereof, on file in the office ot the Circuit Clerk md ' Ex-OffLcio Elecnrder ol Washington County. Arkansas. TERMS 1 OP a«jK! On ft credit Ol hree months, the purchaser bclnp required to execute n bond ns required hy law nnrl the order and decree o'f said Court In said cause, with approved security, bearing interest nl the rule of sale until paid, and n lien being retained on the premises so\\ lo secan the payment of the purchase money. Given, under my band this 9lh day ol May, A.D., 1971. Alma KoHmeyer Commissioner in Chancery (»?al) 4Tc U-19K June 2 Pryor Endorsed By Stuttgart Paper STUTTGART, Ark. (AP) -David H. Pryor' was endorsed Friday by the Stuttgart Daily Leader in his bid for the Democratic gubernatorial no nation. Pryor. former Gov. Orval E. Faubus and Lt. Gov. Bob C. Ri- Icy are seeking the nomination. In an editorial, the newspaper said, Pryor "is the kind of man who will be able to deal with the legislature very effectively, not only because of his three terms in the Arkansas House and three terms in the U.S. House of Representatives, but because he has a natural communicate and Winners have been announced in the playwriting contest sponsored by the University of Arkansas Department of Speech and Dramatic Arts in conjunction with the American Revolution Bicentennial observation. Patrick Adcock of Arkadel- phi a won $200 and Burncy McClurkan ot Pine Bluff J150 in the contest, according to Thomas Logan of Shreveport, I,a., and Susan Dietrich of Oklahoma City, Okla., UA students who served as contest managers. The plays may be presented by the University's off-campus theater group, The Boar's Head Players, at Marble Falls Resort and elsewhere in the state as Bicentennial projects. Adcock, who is an English teacher at Henderson S t a t e College at Arkadclphia. won his prize for a short play entitled "Master of None." It is described as a "broad farce" set in the 1870s in Arkansas. T h e plot concerns an idealistic but discontented country schoolteacher who plans lo run off with a local barmaid. He enlists the help of a "Captain Renfro," a returned Confederate cavalry officer, who .ends up by running off with the barmaid himself. Adcock. who grew up in I-.it ;le Rock, received his hache or's degree from State College of Arkansas in 1959. He taught public school for two years be ore joining the Social Securitj Administration. He worked for .his agency from 1961-69, when le came to the UofA for grad uate study, receiving his master of arts degree in 1970. He join ed the Henderson faculty ( h a same year. FIRST PLAY Adcock said this was his first play, however, be won a prize for one of his short stories in the Arkansas Writers Conference contest this past year. He His bachelor's degree was In theater and from 1959 until 1962 he Uiught in the public schools in Texas, before returning to UT to work on his master's degree, which he took in anthropology. ARCHEOLOGIST MeClurkan has done archeological field work in Texas, Mex- co and Arkansas. He teaches wo courses each year in an- hropology at UAPB under a contract between the instftutior and the Survey. He carries oul atoheological research for the · 130 Survey hi the east central part o! the state. There were 21 entries in the ptaywriting contest, which was the firel held by the Department as a Bicentennial project. A new contest .will begin Sept. 1, with winners to be announced in the spring of 197S. Tbe contest was begun partly to secure original. Arkansas material for possible production by the UA theater group during the Bicentennial celebration. Further information on t h e contest may be obtained by writing t h e Department of Speech and Dramatic A r t s , University of Arkansas, Fay etteville, Ark. 72701. MM»S D'Estaing PARIS (AP) -- Sen. Mike riansfield, D-Mont., majority eader of the U.S. Senate, met Ith President-elect Valery Gis- arri D'Estaing for halt an hour ilurday. He is believed to be the first igh-lcvcl American official to isit Discard D'Estaing since he latter was elected a week go. ELECT B I L L M U R R A Y SHERIFF For Washington County Paid tor by Citizens Committee, Jlelvin Fain for Murray cr. Chairman FAJiTLY honw !Tv» Mdnonw, three bathrooms, IMngrooni, djolwoam, ttt- cnen, wash room. On tan* lot, ftf.OOO. Call tU-SilO. 12* ere acres only 20 miles from rayeltevWe juit off Hwy. 1*. Cabin. will. rek and several springs. Price $1.10. an acre. Priced for quick sale. S4MO acres south of Huntsvlllc. Owner will §ell all or part. $200. an ·ere. Terms: 3 yn. Interest only at 5Tc Bal. ia Negotiable. Creeks , iprlnsa throughout. ' 10 to 40 acre tracts abort drive from Eureka Springs on Hwy. 23, Lot* Of tree*, excellent views. Price $«G an acre. Temwj M low M 10% down over ID years at 7% iimple interest. 100 acrej on Beaver Lake near the Dam. Over 600 ft. of lake frontaift. Already «t up for subdivision. Only 8 miles from Eureka. For Price Terms contact McCIung Realty, Eureka ability to negotiate." The newspaper said Pryor's legislative experience along with his unsuccessful campaign for the U.S. Senate in 1972 "have given Pryor a broad- based experience and have caused him to learn a great deal about what the people of Arkansas want and need. "We are sure he has made adjustments since 1972 that will make him acceptable to all voters while at the same time he remains dedicated to the same commendable have always mark." also has written an unpublished novel. McClurkan, who is a research associate with the Ark a ns as Archeologica 1 Survey and an instructor in anthropology at the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, won his award for a full-length play entitled "A Long Way to Walk." It is described as a rural comedy and is set in modern-day Arkansas. It concerns tho courtship of a cositi opol it an, well-traveled widow, who comes to the state to retire, by a local, highly imaginative gardener, who is a "world traveler" though he has never left home. McClurkan has been with the Ark ansas Archeologic a 1 Survey, based in Pine Bluff, since it was established in 1967. He is originally from Texas and received both his bachelor's degree and a master's degree -VOTE REPUBLICAN PRIMARY- May 28, 1974 GOVERNOR... Ken Coon OR Joseph Weston LT. GOV... Leona Troxell OR Andrew Beardon UNOPPOSED IN THE PRIMARY U. S. SENATE U.S. HOUSE . . . . . John Harris Jones . John Paul Hammerschmidt STATE District 6 SENATE Jini Caldwell STATE REPRESENTATIVE District 8 Preston Bynum STATE REPRESENTATIVE Cathy Hale District 10 COUNTY JUDGE Vol Lester COUNTY TREASURER.... Verd Eugene Parker COUNTY SHERIFF Herb Marshall Pol Ad pd for by Wash Co. Republican Committee, Truman Yancey, Fayetteville. Warning Onter IN' THE CHANCERY OOUIIT OF WASHINGTON OOUJTn', ARK-VN'^A ART RI:ED AND LUCILLE REED, HUSBAND AND WJFE PMlntiff Vs. Tin-3T*MA FAUINELTJ ItrOOV No. The Defendant Th«l Is warned En appear in Farlnelll McCoy thirty rtnya nnil answer the compntnt of (he Platntifti In the above entitled itnd Real of this Court, this 9 day of May, 1971. A1ma KolJmeycr, Chnnccry Clerk By. Faye CtappeU D.C. (Se«l) «c 12-19-38 Jont 1 Older home en Lg. icentc Tot cloae to downtown. Pric* 112,900. W* have many other homes duplexes priced fro m*13,5W up. Write for our tpfo sheets. Extremely profitable Business Building downtown Eureka. If you like working lix month* out of the year but stUl want a year round income this business can make It for you. Confidential-contact ua for detail*. TV Sales 8c Service (only one in town) Services all Mot*l» in town. 12,000. plus Inventory. We hav* other bualncM opportunities build- tnv» in Eureka. Interested in a lak« lot on Beaver Lak« or Table Rock. w« hava tt. NOTICE TO BtDPEIII trill b* r«ci!v*d not lal«r than 10 1974 at 7:00 P.M. In the office of tha Superintendent of Greenland School* for the late of. J959 Chevrolet [Wisienger and 1B61 Chevrolet 54 »sencer achoot buses, aries HutcJwna, Setretary REALTOR* McClung Realty, Inc. Two Location* To S«rv« You Hrway 23 N. 45 Spring St., Eureka Springs 253-9682 or 253-9635 3 Area Youths Named To Conservation (amp Three Washington County youths have been accepted as participants in the .Mount Magazine Youth Conservation Corps program for the summer. The camp begins June 9 and ends Aug. 3 and is administered by the Ozark-St. Francis National Forests. Planning to attend the camp are John Bunch of Elkins and Susan Elaine S(cphenson and Alan Hepler, both of Fayetle- ville. The camp members will use some 75 per cent of their working hours on projects such a s constructing overlooks, building trails. landscaping M o u n t Maga/ine Drive, cleaning up tornado damage at Cove Lake and maintaining signs. The remainder of the lime will be spent in enrichment programs of educational exercises directed toward environmental concerns. WE NEED HOMES TO SELL WE DO ALL THE WORK and put the CASH In your hand*. We hav« ready buyer* anrl an energetic sales staff. LETT US WORK TOR YOU I LOT--TREES AND A VIEW M--357. 137 feet frontage on CLARK STREET. B«aullful letting In a QUIET AREA. Lliled by Hal Modlln. ELEGANCE AND SPACE H--UO, Combine to make thi* SPACIOUS 2 «tory home a "miwt iee" for th« larie family. 6 bedrooms, 3 baths, FORMAL dining room, COUNTRY kitchen living space for FAMILY FUN. All this on 2 ACRES. LMtd by Mn. Hammer a. IT'S A SHORT DRIVE TO FAYETTEVILLE M--458. From Ull» BRICK HOME on ARMSTRONG STREET In PRAI- HIE GROVE. 3 bedrooms, bath hufll-in-rangp, utnily room, w/d connections, central heat mnd on a NICE SIZKD LOT. Urted by Hal Modlin. DEVELOPERS-- INVESTORS O--l*1. ADJACENT TO GREEN VALLEY ADDITION. 132x29 near level land with mod«*t dwelling that if rented for W6.00. Zoned for one family dwelling BUT there ire new APARTMENT complexet ne«r by on cither idc. A BARGAIN at ONLY IB 500. BUILDING SITE M-465. Secluded area, on Hefley Street. Below market price. Listed by; Hal Modlin. A MILLION DOLLAR VIEW H--»2. Li what YOU SEE from this ORIENTAL DESIGN HOME on the MOUNTAIN TOP. Living room, dining room lots of built-ins central beat air and AUTOMATIC LIFT on tfarag*. Thi» CUSTOM BUfLT bouie also includo refrigerator, waxher, dryer and drapej IMMEDIATE POSSESSION'. Lt»t*d by Mr». Hammer*. FREEMAN REAl ESTATE Thfc «ttr»cllv« s Br, I Rrth brick home In a North East Location JMH been reduced to $37,500 for a quick uU. Eic.ptk.nal yard work JamM Fr««Tn 521-7M8 ad Iand»capin* mak« thi« a great Phyllli rvetman £i''Z9S *, .» . r . M o M bW prt* C»U tor ££·$.,,, gl^S · WdntBUM Toil}. 1617 N. Col l«««-S21-6300 UTIEY and Company, Inc. On the Square Since T9C OFFICE 442-8241 HOME REALTOR Mr. Hammers ., 443-20B3 Hoi Modlin 321-4108 H. L Urivy 442-4044 Experienced, Respomible Sales Representative* IS DICK HOYT? Dick Hoyt is the father of John Monroe Hoyt, 2nd Grade, Leverett School Dick Hoyt is the father of Rick Hoyt, who works at Fisher Buick, and plays guitar with a group of young church-people called "His Young Friends." Dick Hoyt is the Chief of Police of Johnson, Arkansas Dick Hoyt is the future father-in-law of Judy Harrison Dick Hoyt and his wife own and o p e r a t e Suzie Wong's Rice Bowl Restaurant. Dick Hoyt served his country honorably in two wars. He was a paratrooper with the llth and 13th Airborne Divisions Dick Hoyt is my husband (of 24 years). He is the kind of man you need in public office. I urge your support and vote for him for Sheriff of Washington County. THAT'S WHO! IF YOU WANT TO KNOW MORE ABOUT HIM, CALL ME AT 442-2222 Pel. Adv. Pd, by "Suiie" VwM Hoyt

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