Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 27, 1974 · Page 19
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47HU«t btoto-fw Sal* BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOME By owner. ButterfieW. 4 bedroonu walk-In clo*et, two bathe, ahaf carpeting *l*te entrance hall, livlnc- room. paneled den/fireplace, eHn- Ing art a. dtahwaaher, Klf-cleaning «v«n. pantry, utility room, central air. paneled double fanft, fenced- In yard, (a* frill, lovely tree*. 1% a^OO^ U pne a 52l""»fl. i-ium ^' IDEM FAMILY HOME Just · ihort walk to Root School, PLUS 4 nice bedrooms And 3 bathe. Unte famll yroom with TP blf adjoinlnjc deck, formal Livntg-din- Ing combo, well equipped kitchen with eating space, utility, lot* of clooeU and storage. All carpeted and central air. This home Is about 2 year* new and in fine condition, all drapes, chade* incl. TO SETTLE ESTATE Large Z story home on corner of Lafayette and Miaaion with 1*9 acre*, large Ireee and very con- ventent to everything. S bedrooms 2 bathe Z glaflMd in porches and axrreened porch, large living room ·eparate dining room, and in good condition. This one should go fast o if you're interested call today BOSTON MOUNTAIN VIEW From almoat every room in the house, the large private terrace and the almoat acre lot. Good plan. ninir and spaciousness of the kit chen. family room and master ,, suite, 3!£ baths, central air ant heat, and formal living and In restricted area with little traffic amd many other comparable homes. Listed by Julie Eaves. POPULAR PRICED BRICK i, A bedrooms 2 baths, family room - with fireplace, central heat and air, nicely decorated and draped - 2 car side tending garage. In HOO area, and JUST $31,500. A goodbuy llste d by Julie Eaves. " LOOKING FOR PRIVACY? We've got ft 25 beautiful acre* jnostly level, city water and gaa 10 mlnutea from downtown Fayet tevilEe. Great place to build on . or 10 houses. Sewer available soon - Lena than (1,500 per acre. FARM WANTED ove client dmlrlnc · filr »iz*d rm (the Urier th* better). From 00.000 to 1250.000. Two mandatory ·equtrcmenU arc: fl) Mutt have xc*U«n. borne. (2) Owner mint be min* to five tonm wtth about 28% down. Prefervae** «re: (l) On or B«r Mack top road. 2) On * re«m or h*y» live wmter. O) ·nant hour.*. .} Within 25 mile* ·t r*y«tt«vUle Sprtnjdale or Ra*. rs. Broken partJclMtLon LitvltaM. CALL 1985 N. College Julie Eaves Jan Henson Wibna Coolick Loria Stanton 531-8500 «42-T2« 521-6itr 521-708 442-87 Want Isolation, Yet Easy Access. . . . Then thia 45 acres will Btirely ft the bill. Good, unuual, 3-bedronr farmhouse. Pond, Three outbulli Ingfl. Good stand of grass. Greet land Schools, Mountaintop aeeu ·ton reached by good county roa Close In, 17 Acres Located on Hwy. 365 west of Green land. 3-bedroom home, barn in ·ultted fruit house. AUo, eom farm machinery and furniture a vail able at additional cost. Sho distance to Fayettevllle. Work At Shakeipears, EPC · Standard Register ? · Three plus acres and modern, cor portable home. 7 rooms, includlrv. S-bedroonw snd den, I 1 ,a baths utility room, and patio. City wat and natural gas. Shop building an double carport. 9pringfed pon Chain link fence, An uptown location with a rural flavor. Only 925,000. NEWLIN REALTY CO. »»-2522 or *39-2»» West Fork, Arkansas 7-«*ol CituU r«» Sal* OPEN LAND W sens Priced Right . . . ONLY n4.TM.00. Let Buddy Brsttlon show you thla plan to-day . . . 521-2JH BMRETTJINCHER 521-1929 HEINEY REALTY CO. wy 16 East 442-9236 BUYAHOME «7-*«ol aMato-for Sal* BUTTERFIELD BY OWNTR: T*a Elizabeth all rick. 4 bedroom. 2','t bath, family- room with fireplace and cathedral elluuj. formal Ilvu(room. Kl-MN WOODED CORNER LOT Nearly (i acre. Well located within wafting dirttTKT* of achools and University. Tour bedrooms, 2',i batha, Uviaf room, dlatac room. 2 dan. woodburninsT fireplace, small office, ample storage area.. Concrete patk). central heat and air. full kitchen. Approximated? 2KB sq. R. floor space. Available Immediately. 4O-4BTJ. LINCOLN Tlilj 2 bedroom In (ood repair new carpet, new cabinets home will VA. Priced at a ow (11,750.00. Call us for appointment. BARRETT-FINCHES 521-1929 TO BUY, «CU, 0« RUT. C*U. DREAM CAN COME TRUE 'ou will love this very nlc« cus- om built. 3 Br. brick borne Ic- aled on L acre, double garage, 2 ull batha, fully carpeted, large vingroom family room, just ofl .itchen. all built-in, you will need. CH IE CA: Call for appointment. HERE IIS Nice 2 Br. home on T level acre* yard chain link fenced, barn coral, loading chute, ai pond, good hade Sc grasa, close-in . 3 RO' A COTTAGE .. nice level lot, city utilities, walking distance to U. of A. W.500. FAYETTEVIUE REAL ESTATE Office 442-TM1 3247 N. College Omer Verwers M2-M1J Thelma Culwell 44J-7102 Barbara McCleiater 2S7-3SM latnr WaUon Hl-MB CLOSE INI 1 bedroom with central heat and air. What a Buy for only $15,- OOO.W. Call Jean Barrett for ar appointment Now. BARRETT-FINCHER 521-1929 HOUSE FOR SALE Owner Leaving Fayettevlll* 3 Bedroom ranch atyle i Baths block from Woodland Jr. backyard patio and garden plot, j friendly nvlsTRborhood on a qule artnet, conveniently located fo ·hopping. $23,750 .Sbown by owner -- Call 521-4779 If you want a SOLD Sign on your home Call FRONTIER 4 BEDROOM Formal din rm tarn rm with ftre- pJace, complete kltctwn, Z\-, bathsi CHA, dhl garage. Excellent ne[- ghhorhood near elementary school. Over 2100 sq. ft. healed area. Large loan can be assumed, Mart desire family home. NORTHEAST Three bedrooms, l','a baths, large lot with shade trees garden area, central heal and air, fenced back yard, two carport with outside storage, $24,500. $15.000, «% interest loan can be assumed, NOW REDUCED 3 Biir. brick frame, solid Oak paneling, excellent condition. Large fenced yard. Aatume 5ft% iataraat loan. Price »19JOO. BUILDING LOTS Need two lots on a quiet dead- and atreetT Each lot 90'xl»r with a sloping contuur leading up to l wooded area. Price real reaaon/ able. FAMILY HOME Well cared for 3 BR and den home in area of other nice homaa. All rooma large. Pretty carpe''.rta*. CH Kitchen itove, Urfa \?;,id«w air unit, and drapertea Included, rleai shopping center. Large level lot with ahade trees. Price $16,960. ' Judge U« By Our Standard* la It Fair To All REAL ESTATE Company 1015 N. REALTOR Bill Lorenby 521-5833 Les Davis 521-444 Doug Hartley Arthur Clark 442-644. 751-9724 Ugal Ntrtto* IXX)D ISSimAKCE REGULATIONS 1THIN THE CITY Of RKANSAS WHEREAS, rertala artaa wnhla the Ur of Firmlna4on, ArkanMt, hav* bHn Vslanaled as Mood hazard areas, and Uut II U necaeaary lor tha mMr and eltbelnf of me iaJ4 cilr that hl« ordleanca ba adovUd. that the uld Citjr .«UBckl la rtcular ataaloa. duly asatm- »d haw mada and determined thai BT OWNBR. 4 BDR.. rAJOLTIHXMJ « BATHS. CTWnUI. Ant. TOUT OARITTEU, 1WH SO. FT. 2 YXAK OLD RANCH. DEAD-END CUL DE SAC, \ ACRB, 40 TREES .CLOSE TO EVE LYN HILLS, ROOT KHOOL. mom sai-aa. LOOKING For A Home? Then Call BARRETT-FINCHER BY OWNER S bedroom, 1H baths, carpeted, central air/heat, den with woodbuming fireplace d Ishwastier, ilouble electric ovnw. Bi closed back ymrd, convenient to Fbor* 442-2581 or E2L4T88. BUHERFIEID SCHOOL 3 bedroom 2 bath. Brick and Pram home with Fireplace, shag eai pet, central heat, window al Built in oven and rang*. Lot 110 1G5, 2 car heated faraxe. Th price is tight. BARRETT-FINCHER 521-192 Legal Notices ORDINANCE NO. 37 A N ORDINANCE ESTABUSHIN MINIMUM PROVISION AS REQUIRE BY THE FLOOD DISASTER -- If MCatMUy. IT ORDAINED BY TUB CITY OUNCtt, OF THE CITY OF FAR MINGTON. ARKANSAS; Section 1: Any prmHtton of tlila onfl tan foood to b» In coDfltet «!lh Uw rovlfttona at any pnxistlnti erdlnancc pplkabUi to a-djolninaj Rood pmx artu U mill «ad void. Section 2: TtM provfskMU of this octtl anc* shall apply at a minimum l II .traaa wttbln ttM eorpont* tfrntl C FamiJikXton. Ar.mnMs, w1,!cn haw r may 1ttr**n*r b* ld«nUn«4 by tb* 'edenl Flood losurance Admlnislrato _ twine nood pUlo .v»a» having apeela lood hazards. Section 3: The provisions of this onU anc« abail Uk« pr*c«d«r.e« evef MI, connictinc l*wi, oMintBCM or cedes. Section 4: No property owner wlthl a des.cnat*d flood ptaJn area chall begin r cauM others to beftln, any con Iruclion, rvmodcllng, or major repa! any atructura or other .tutata nU a ..jprov«menl on hit property withmi lavd ng flnt obtaltwd a bulldln g perm! rom the City Building Inspector, Section 5: The Cily Building Inspector will review each building permit application for major repairs within a uch 11 s*w«r, i«s, electrical, and! wattr ytems »re located, elevated, and -onslrued to minimlie Hood d*m»*e. L'wtloo 8. Illl) An .vnew or repl»c*- ent city water supply syslem* and or anitary systems »r* deslftned to mini- mil* Infiltration of rood waters into Lh* ftj'stems, andor discharge* from the ystems Into Hood wal*r«; *nd thot any Mi-sleht wait* disposal *j'5t*ms ai* ocated so a» to avoid Impairment ol hem or contamlntlon mm th*m dnrlni the noodinB. Section 9: Any new construction or (Ner1trw«T Arltamat T1MB, MM., May 27, If74 FAvrrrrviLLK. ADKAMM* ^ 19 Legal Neticw-- WAKNINfi ORDER Ch 74425 fn the Chancery Court of Wa.ihla.ftan Counly, ArkauM.* A. Brooka Myrla FrMman Brook ImprovenienU of reslrtcntla structures within U» area of specla lood hasa-rda will have UM lowest flooi inclodfitf ' k '- ~ abov» UM baMm*ntl of ·Itva.ttl to or 10: Any MW construction or substantial ImprovemenU at non-real dentlal AtructttiM within special flood hazards wilt have the lows floor (Including b*«*nwr,O elevated '- Defendant The Defendant, My FLU FrMrnan Brook* s wanMd to appear In talt Court within hirly days and answer the complaint oT the PialntlR in lh« bov« *ntl" ' cause. ess my hand and real of Ihli 21 day ol May. 197.. Alma Kollmeyer. Chancery Clerk By Ruth Shlpnian. D.C. «c 27. J. 10, 17 f th« Plaintiff In U* abew* «Ut.«.1 I4U54. WIlneM my hand and ·**! ol DU« Court Ihli 22 day of Hay. IffH. Alma Kollmeyvr, OtanevrT C1at% By Kay* Cbapptll, D.C. -_,jll rte 27. 3. 10,, IT _ nitad flood plain area, *och permit until find will not r he has first determined that Lhe proposed repair (1) uses construction materials and utility «ruiprn«nl that are resictant to Hood d a m a g e , and (2) uses construction methods artd practice* Uiat will minimize' flood damage. Section »: The City Building Inspector will review each building permit application for new construction or substantial Improvement wEibin a designated Hood plain area, and will not issue sacK permit until he has first dctermlnerl that the proposed construction (Including prefabricated and mobile homes) (I) ts protected against Flood damage, (2) Es designed (or modified) and anchored to preven t flotation, colla pse or lateral movement of the structure, (3) uses construction materials and utility equipment that are resistant to flood damage. and (4) uses const ruction methods or abow th* level of the IW-year Rood; together with attends nt utility and anilary lacllItles; b« nood-prooted up to the lev*l of In* 100 year Flood. Section 11: No fond use. Including (and nil, Is permissible within a designated Rood plain ar»a nnles* Ih*. applicant fnr the land! us* has demonstrate*! that th* proposed use when combined with all other existing' and anticipated uses will not Increase th* waler surra ce cle vation of ihe 100 year flood more than 1 foot at any point. ThM as It Is necesaaryfor the public health, welfare of the citizens of the ol Fannlnston. Arkansas, this ortl nance shall be In full lore* and effee rom and attar IU passato, approval «nd publication. Tbat d*flniUons of the matters herein covered shall b* those set forth by Ui« applicable public euthortty including any Acts ol Congress and tha penalties Tor violation ihnll be as generally provided therein. That In !/tr\r as applIcaWft and necessary, the Flood Disaster Protection Act of lffJ3 HRS449 is hereby adopted. PASSED AND APPROVED {till l«h day of May, 1B74. BOBST CABI.1S1.K Mayor WARMING ORDER CH-74405 In tb* Chancery Court of Wtshl acton County, Arkansas Kathryn J. Farley Plat Vs. David V. Farley Defer* Th* Defendant David V. Farley warned to appear In tW* Court wltMn thirty days and answer th* complalni practices damage, that will minimize Hood Section 7: Th* plaint* for any proposed subdivision and-or other proposed new developments wHhfo tha designated flooti plain ftreaa ihal L be subrnl Ited Lo the City Building Inspector, who will ; to issuing the building permit as that: ( i ) all such proposals are consistent with lie need to minimize [lood damage Chang* Stolen Mrs. Merle Rogers of th« Garland Laundry at 1313 N. Garland Ave.. told Fayett*vill9 police that about $3.15' In change was taken from a soft drink machine at t h e laundry between 5:50 p.m. and 10:20 p.m. Saturday. Police said there were no signs or forced entry and it was believed that a key was used to open the machine. WARNING ORDER Ch 74'393 In Lha Chancery Court or Washington County,' Arkansas Richard Bowman Plaintiff V». Eva DenEse Bowman Defendant The Defendant, Eva Denlse Bowman. Is warned 10 apoear In this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of ths Plaintiff In th« above entitled cause. Wlnless my hand and wid of this Court this 22 day of May, 1974. Alma Kolltneycr. Chancery Clerk MATURE JUDGEMENT IS A VITAL QUALITY NEEDED BY YOUR SHERIFF ELECT L*. DICK HOYT SHERIFF WASHINGTON COUNTY Hoyt for Sheriff Co mm. Opal Hammond, Chrmn. BY OWNER 3 bedroom, IVi baths, cedar ranch house with over 1,400 gq. ft. in Butterfleld School District. Low 20's. Phon. 4425087. FAUCETTE REALTORS 1207 N. Collef* Offle* tvenlttfi ..uld wectond* call: Bobby Jo Haibroolt Virginia Bcw«n Sylvia IHnforth Chrlctine Blonde*a Cathy Boyd a. C. PkUcctU MODERN COUNTRY HOME Ituld* city limit*. Nlc*. 2 b*dnxwn, · tlraciiv* bath, tewing, room nic* yard and gard«n apace aurrounded by woods, 1 acre included. City utilities and pavement. Attached Xarafe, utility, and workshop. Quiet neighborhood. Refrigerator, ranffe, carpeting, drapes, paneling ire al] Included. Utllitlei low, 112,400. 5217003. MR RENTAL INVESTOR SEE this list of properties far ·ome fine Investment rentals. Apta 2 bedroom homes 3 bedrooma, aRd duplexes. BARRETT-FINCHER 521-1929 Rea. 443-227T Baa. U2-CXB Rea. MJ-tWS Rea. S21-W04 Rea. 5:1-5571 Baa, MIDDLE FORK FARM One of the fineat farm, on the Wblte River. Home, barns, out- buildinu, fancad a erasa fenced Nat. laa. BARRETT-FINCHER S21-1929 BY OWNER Z-S bedroom, brtok, with central heat. Z2x2» separata wortwhop- tarafe. 1 acre comer lot with ',4 In fenced paatura. In FaT^ttj'rtna city limits, food naKhbora. »M,000. Phone 4U-U36. New urte baoroam bouse, Mir carseui!. 1H paUH. carport and coversd pat^, Large lot. cloee-ln, on bsway IS west, 115,000. Pboaa 367-S2. FAMILY Honw. K»« beUvooms. llvlniToenl, Qualified by Experience JOAN PERRY I am sorry I haven't been able to tet all the voters of Washington County, but 1 am working full time for you as deputy county clerk... and have been for the past 3 years. I would like to be your fuQ tiro* County Treasurer . . . and would appreciate jour vote on May 28th, in the Democratic Prlmarie.. I have had over 22 yean experience with firms in Madison and Washington Counties, and am well qualified for the treasure office. I am familier with the duties of the County Treasurer's Office . . . as fifty percent of these duties originate in the County Clerk'* office. On Hay 28 I would appreciate your support and vote. Thanking you in advance. Sincoraly JOAN D. KtRY Ad Paid For By Joan Perry Postye. effective reasoning worked in Arkansas. And it wiH work in the Senate. The abWr to ream ··stilnrl Dale Bumpers to get the inajarty of ttw legbWtan he introduced as governor pKMd And, because he could bring opposing factions the people of Arkansas rand cutooix. torr i rafcnn Jrepteoierted generating funds in and health improvement ·AW provided to farmers ki removing the sates tax on teedai.dfei«zerandaT» gMoftne for agrtcuMural ha*d surface rural road*. ·S18i id for expanding the Medcai Sehoot · PBot regional haatti center and incentives for medrca) -studwats to pnettoe ta ruri. (teas established. ·Edootton awn* nan mcponsive to the people's needs .hroogh tree tx»i»fcl*'dei^a«^ free lertlxxfe for high ·enool stwienU and JwxUng for vocatkxial technical schools. ·Teachers salaries increased by 52,000. · Penitentiary system reformed and new Women's Correction Center established. · Escape rate in penal system cut from 300 a year to only 22 attempts in 1973. » Law enforcement programs upgraded. a is new parks added to almost double the acreage hi parkland. Most of the problems we are facing today are originating in Washington. Last year, for the first time in 20 years, our standard of living dropped. Meanwhile inflation is soaring. Fuel prices have doubled while oil companies have declared fantastic profits. Congress has been unable to establish any kind of energy program or plan. And the working people have found themselves bearing the brunt of the tax load while the rich avoid the payment of taxes through loopholes and tax shelters. We need positive leadership in Washington wtth tha experience and the ability to reason with others and bring about the necessary changes. We need a vigorous representative who will work for solutions to the problems. Lef s make the change where it really counts. FOR YOUR US. SENATOR DALE BUMPERS

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