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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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38-MobiU Hornet For Sol* BV OWNER: I rail. Lim h Bolt 1012. Special 14x70 Furnished Less Than $7.20 Per Sq. Ft". Mobile Homes Phone 442-6225 2556 Mt. Comfort Road Fayettevillc, Akarisas 1572 12x51 mobile home, iwo bedrooms Pickup low monthly pa7iionts. Koe Al Sprlngbrook p ar k. Ko. 20. Plione ·11^-340?. 19t» 32x65 mobile home, air-conililloiit'i] carpeted, two bedrooms, two baths furnished, SOCHI condition, avaUab'e summer Phone 412-2370 CHANDLER Tnltft Convey. Inc. L ·*" JMtlonwIde. 100 ipprovtd. Phme TC1-08?! Johnson. Art MOBILE HOMES SM Hi Comfort Rd. - 442-S23 Fayetttville SALES and PARK Open til 9 Eacti Cvcnlnf Hx-0 IIOUSF: lr.nlcr, lully carpclt.1. Uv bedrooms, hvo full hatlis, lived in k- 39-Office Space, Buildings For Rent KUILIHXQ MvllO, S It. ocilinc conilui wifins. 7','= II. ilmr nnd rervfco doo, machine shop or stnrcigo. R{i;-H''j]. SBVEX room. r.OOO snuarc lccl~7nrpi anrt paneling. 5350. PJifwe Carl nl 14?-^ OFFICE BUILDING FOR RENT 9K N. Collecc. 5 offices and r reception room. Call James Bake BAKER ASSOCIATES REALTORS 1418 N. College 521-1300 41--For Rent--Miscellaneous SECURITY SEIF-STORAGE 3 SIZE UNITS. NIGHT LIGHTING BUSINESS OK HOUSEHOLD GOODS. LONG O RSHORT RENTAL. E, 19th ST. FAYETTE VILLE. Phone 75I-70GS 43-Reol Estate-Wanted' WANTED to rent or lease; pasture Janr] 1,000 acres or more, any anil all si? acreages considered. Phwn after 3:3 p.m.. 52L-I60. 45--Lot* For Sale HAV Hwy. 71 Soulh tJ Fjiycllevjlle n t Win low, siiiUhl a for tuoln I e homes, i or rent anl Rive option lo bay. I). ' Collins -- Phone STrl-'-SH. 46--Farms Acreages APPKOXIMAIV,:A- ?n c-ri-nrr.i .UTO*. mltp Ironi lafce. U milff Trnm p.iv*mc Cnsli, terms or conlnu-L. I'lione 112-5! BUILDING SITES LARGE LOT9. CLOSE IN- N E \ AREA. HAS A BEAUTIFUL V I E V ALL UTILITIES. YOU WILL HAV TO SEE TO APPRECIATE. TERM ARE AVAILABLE BY OWNER 412-15J1. --FV OWNER: IFiO acres, Devil rvcn,]' vvowlcd. niounlfl incus, rtnird low vabin. year round strcan J?J,500. 413-3162. LONG TEHM 1J!AN3 m larea ana (arms--Federal fond Bank Aasoc. Phon 4J*-6273 tor man Information, rfS^S^»»VVS^«k^A^^^.-i^*-V^^J^*^A--^^-^" 47--Reel Eslote-For Sale- 7--R«al E«tot»-Fof Sato-- 7-R«ol Ettat« For $ol»- 4 LOVELY ACRES n Ml. Comfort Koart just minute* am downtown Kayettcville. 3 :'fin, Hi bath honit, city water m nat, gas new sewer line to be stalled aero** rear of acreage so it tire development will Ent-rease "imo. Will sonclder selling home id Jot. acreage separately. Listed ' Stan Stanlon. OOK TO THE FUTURE nl collect rentals now lo h e l p iy interest on invc.stjnenl in this 29 acres on N. Lcveretl. 3 houses ways rented bring in $276 per o. (could he more. 221 feet on u r b and paved street, all utilities. oned R-2 and will accomodale 54 l a r t m e n l units. Costs less t h a n .000 per unit for land. Listed by tan Stanton. OR FAMILY LIVING arge family room w i t h b e a u t i f u l :one f i r e p l a c e and adjoining creened, porch. 3 bedroom. tV a aths. living, d i n e l f e and kitchen, car garage with u t i l i t y and stor- gc, chajn link fenced back yard, blocks Asbell school. Under $30.000. Listed by Jan Henson. ARM PROPERTIES arc pleased to have Mr. Hiram olu as our farm representative Hiram is familiar with catlte and on] try farming in this area Is a nrm owner and. cattleman himeslf f you want to BUY OR SELL -rm lands. Call Hiram Brooks. REALTOR Bill" Lazenby 521-5833 es Davis 521-4448 oug Hartley 442-6446 Art Clark 751-9724 985 N, College ulie Eaves an Henson Vitrr.a Coollck Loria Stantoi, 521-8500 442-7262 521-6509 521-70S7 442-«744 'ABULOUS view, choice or three lake orrtes. split level, decks, fireplaces uslom built by builder,' must we Iiome i area lo upprcclale, J30.000 lo fafl.MC ·hone TM-TGTfi. NEW SUBDIVISION 'tow s t a r t tng two- three -four bed- oorn homes, AH have large f a m ]y moms with fireplace. T w o :iths and largo two car garage; ill liuLltin.T, Q u a l i f y constructioi hrougriuiil. Drive up Mockingbir ^mi; (ortay anrt choose y o u r home ' a n c i i v g available. GINTONIO BLDG. CO. Phone 521-3373 a f t e r 5:00 p.m, or 521-1755 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. WORTH YOUR MONEY ick, 3 Kirjje Ixjtlrooins, dining area ingrown, central heal, dark orang iifT carpel, uoo.I jvmcLLna through ily SIS.SQO. In J/nciitn, turn north vy fTi on West Slreet. Go 2 miles. t Ted l»-inkfor] r WAITING FOR YOU? This NEW 3 Br 2 Bath home A v a i l i n g for someone to c l a i m could it he yours? To see a identify call Jo Dodson -- 521-630 or 7JI-7537. Only 521,500. FREEMAN OLDER HOME IN SPRINGDALE ,,.. a lol zoned C-2 for future de vclopnient. Now renting for mor him enough for payment. Live i: I unit rent the other 2. Own« i n s nc wjob and no time to man ^e. Will give great terms to Ih r i f i h t person, !17..=iOO. Cnil R.inda Wrtil* 521-R3W or nights call 521 JOSS. FREEMAN THREE BEDROOM HOME 11 S3 Ch'ercrcsL AH Brit-k 2 l /a Baths ge livingroom w i t h f i r e p l a c e Wnll-to-wall carpets York ccnling heal ins Lovely kitchen with many extra On I n r g e ]ol $:U,!DO McKenzie Const. Co. Hoscrs. Ark il! 63G-W] before !i a.m. or a F t e p.m. for a p p l . Open house Sun days 12-5. YOU'LL LOVE THE KITCHE!^ OF THIS 3 bedroom, 114 baths, ceda ranch house with over 1,40 sq. ft. in Butterfield Schoo District. Low 20's. Phone 442 5087. ID BUY. WU. X «VT««*L BROILER FARM 39 acres modern 7 room homn, broiler houses, h i m . shop, «o well ponds, Fayetleville Schor NICE 3 ROOM COTTAGE on good level lot. city u t i l i t i e s , walking distance to U of A. $8,300. HORSE HEAVEN Nice 2 RR honin on 7 level acres, yard chain link fencer!. 1 s t a l l torn, corral, l o a d i n g cmile, pond, good .shade fir ass close in. SUBURBAN DREAM HOUSE Custom built 3 Bit brick. located on level acre, double garage. '2 f u l l b'aths, f u l l y carpderi, large living- room family room, all buiIt-ins you nccrf. C!l CA. Call for appointment, FAYETTEVILLE REAL ESTATE Office 112-7081 3247 N. College Omcr Vorivcrs 4I2-S115 Thelma Culwcll .142-7102 McCIclsler Jerry Walson Tjl-W. NORTH CAMPUS This very a t t r a c t i v e home on quiet, shady street near II. of A, Large lot w i t h b e a u t i f u l shurte trees] 3 fffl, Den P,i Maths, CH A, Near e l e m e n t a r y school. $,3flO. NORTH CENTRAL Cozy, 2 nr, plus home in. good area neat and c l e a n , slave and refrigerator included, floor f u r n a c e heat carport. lot ^.Vxl7t"-' w i t h Irces. plantings and garden area. Trleal for small f a m i l y or retirement couple. Price 513,900. VERY NEAT 3 BK home in the Farmington area. Carpeting, stove refrigerator, air conditioners, draperies included. Large loan can be assumed. Many ·hade trees. *]5,000. 656 ACRES AT $125 PER ACRE, ONE MILE FROM JACKS FORK RIVER IN MISSOUR OZARKS. FOR SAL BY OWNER. PHONE (417) 264-3470 or (417 264-3122. BY OWNER '2-3 bedroom, brick, with centr heat, 22x2S separate worksho' garnne. 1 n c r c corner lot with in fenced pasture. In Kayctlcvi! city limits, ftnod neighbors. S2-i,OOi Phone 4-i3-S5S5. -10 ACHES so:nc flea rod, go^rt I w r i u l i f i i l s-crlnrled buililins sites, to inilr,-; lo Prairie Grove. Tlmmie Rie UXIQUK Kim II 1 li-xtmoni hnu«c sale. «:(h nil P^lnis. I'rirod in nii.l 20 - .-v. Call S21-2SM for further del; roil K«ile hy Builder. 3 Mr-, hous I t a l h 'I fully carpeted, larse lot, on I.! minule drive from UofA. 1 357.3i'3. 66 ACRES black-lop road. Natural fas, old rn and drilled well. Propoccd ural Water Area. About 2 mile* asl Eliclns, Elkiru school phone. bout 20 acre* In old flcldc, bal- nce [5 wooded. J31.500.WI CALL HEINEY REALTY CO. wy 16 East 442-9236 BIG AS A BARN ere's a wonderfully livable house Eth four bedroom*. Family room wo ceramic baths. Two-car stage , Privacy tence, back yard . orth of U. of A. Evenfnd call FRONT1R BY OWNER bedrmm. 1H' btthi. eirpcted. cfntral r/heat. d«a with woodbumlnc nrtplic« shwasher, double electric oven*. Ea. o*ed teck yard, ramnlcot to KteoU. Pbon. «12M1 or BUT*. EAL STATE ompany 1015 N. College 521-6700 ELKINS 3 acres of choice ]and In Elkins ·itb Jots of improvements, Ui-story -room home with bath, fireplace nri b u i l t - i n china cabinet. Barn oaf ing shed implement building mokehouse, him house, cellar ant ther buildings. Pond. One of the est stands of fescue in the Coun- y, Lots of shade trees around the ome. New price of 558,000 O W N E R WILL CONSIDER TRAD NfJ FOR HOME IN SOUTHWEST FAHT OF SPRINGDALE.) For ap --ointinent, CALL HEINEY REALTY CO. Hwy 16 East 442-9236 OTICE OFFERING PUBLIC HEARING N HIGHWAY LOCATION AND DE SIGN JOB F-72-1 FEDERAL AID PROJECT RS l«tt5) CLEAR CREEK BRIDGE * APFRS. WASHINGTON COUNTY All Interested persons Are Advised thai 'a shf nglon County and the Arkansas ite Highway Commission are planning cconrtrucUon of Die C l e a r C r e e k ridge and its approaches la WashtDgioi *mnly. The proposed project begin: r«n a point approximately 5 mLle* ·thwcst of the Jet. of Stale Hwy 12 north 0.3 miles on FAS Route 1660 h« work contemplated generally consists Grading. Minor Drainage Structures nd construction of One Bridge across tear Creek. PJana showing location and estgn features of (he contemplated work nd Information relative to environment* turtles are available for public inspection l thfi office of the District Engineer rkansas state Highway Department 1019 Towson Avenue,. Fort Smith, Arkan Any Interested citizen fn the f said roule may request that a publi iiipr be held regarding Lhis proposed ocalton and design and the economic fleet of such construction bv submitting written request to the District Engl neer, Arkansas State Highway Depart mejil. P. O. w 1-13*. Fort anlth ,Aj ansas 728D1. on or belore the J da' f July. 171. n the event such request is receive* further notice of the date, Ume and lace of the bearing will be published. - 10. 24 EVERYBODY reads Uw TMES WANT -DS. You aret 4 UNITS PLUS 2 BEDROOM RES I- 1JKNCE with central heat and air. The four units also have 2 bedrooms each with separate u t i l i t i e s , These all brick uniU are close to the University and have plenty of parking. NEVER BEFORE LISTED. CALL FLOYD POTHAST NOW al 4U- 4310 for more information. POTHAST RF.AITY CO. 443-4316 2140 N. College ra Slstrunk Floyd Pothast Jr 4X3-3408 443-3333 STOP LOOKING! This is it! Owner moving. Hand some Hacienda. Three Spaclou ledrooms, A t t r a c t i v e K i t c h e n wft iar f Patio and Bar-Be-Que on levc ot North of U. of A. Great terms Call evenings 521-5S33. FRONTIER REAL 1 1 1 0 1 5 N . ESTATE Company Bill" Lazenby 521-583: Les Davis 521-4448 Doug Hartley . . . . 442-6446 Arthur Clark 751-9724 ACRES. House, chicken house. cs. hotibe, l«ms, 8 miles west inptlale. 3IS'T306, Home Loans FHA-VA CONVENTIONAL Call C. R. BATES 521-3325 MINIS-FARM ACrystal clear spring-fed: stream flows through this f a r m yer ronud. Twenty level acres in Fe cite -- balance timber. One yei old Steel-trussed automatic Broili house. Four bedroom modern hom Close in West of Fayetteville c Blacktop. Call us for appointmei to see it. Evenings cali 442-6446. FRONTIER 7-t«l P1JT USK^XIj vJLHIn walhlitf dlktinrt Unlve^slly, 'our tMdreomc, 2W bilhff. Injf room, dininf room, 2 panelfd is, wood-MJrninif IlrepUce. tmall at- c, larae storage areas. concre1« patio, d«d l»r«, corner lot, etnlral h*al/*lr. ore than 2200 sq. ft. tloor two*. vall«b!« Immediately. U2-I9T7. WASHINGTON (AP) -- An pril dip in retail food prices meant a family of four saved 30 ·nts a week during the month Noticw-- ording lo new government fig- res released today. The Agriculture Department aid a low-cost menu for a four- member family, including two chool children, cost $43.40 per week in April, down 0,7 per ent from $43,70 in March. But t was up IS per cent or $6.70 per week from April 1973, Officials said it was the first decline in the family food in- WARNING ORDER Cfi 74-393 In the Chancery Court ot Washlngtoi bounty, Arkansas Richard Bowman Plaletif Vj. va Denise Bowman Defends The Defendant, Eva Denise Bowman : warned to appear In this court with! thirty days and answer the complain nt lha Plaintiff In the above entitle Wintess my hand and seal tsl th! Court this 22 day oT May, 1971. Alma Kollmeyer Chancery Cler (Scat* ITc 27, 3, 10. 17 WARNING ORDER CH-74-435 In the Chancery Court of Washington ounty, Arkansas Kalbryn J. Farley Plainlif David V. Farley Defendan The Defendant Davl d V. Farley warned lo appear in this Court wilhi hirty days and answer the complaii it the PlafrUiff E n . the above entitled cause. \\'ilne.« my hand and se al of th Cuurt this 22 day or May, 1974. Alma Kollmeyer, Chancery Cler By Kay in ChappeU, D.C fSeal) 4Tc 27, 3, 10, 17 WARNING ORDER Ch 71-125 In Uie Chancery Court of Washington County. Arkatiiss Gcorxe A. Brooke Plalnll Hyria Freeman BrooV Delendai The Defendant, Myria Frwman Brook i warned to appear in t h i s Court withl i i rty days and answer the complaii ot the Fla I nil ff [n the above entitle cause. Wi tness my hand and seal or ourt this 2t day of May, 1974. Alma KoUmcycr, Chancery Cler By Ruth Shipman, D.C (Seal) 4Tc 27, 3, IB, 17 Tha TIMES Is On Top of The News Seven Days a Week April Market Basket Down Slightly, Up From Year Ago [Noitfiwts* Arltaittm TIMES, Men., June TO, 1*74 £ 1S it scrimped .erved lower-cost meat items, and dicator since last October. More affluent families, as the monthly series has shown In the past, enjoyed a slightly bet- .er break relatively with their food budgets. A moderate-cost menu that cost $55.10 a 60 cents week in March or 1.1 per cent less expensive in April. The April menu, - however, was up 15 per cent or $7.20 from a year earlier. The department's plan for liberal eating cost $66.10 per Report Says Attorney Hired For AMPI LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- M. J. Probst, i Little Rock attorney, was hired by Associated Milk Producers, Inc., In 1972 to ask the White House to delay an anti-trust suit the Justice Department filed against AMPt, according to the Wright report. The report was compiled by the Little Rock Wright. Lindsey law firm of Jennings and subpoenaed as evidence in Probst, a member of th* state Claims Commission, also was employed by AMPI in 1968. He declined to comment about the matter. Lawyers in the Wright firm made the report after they were hired by the current AMPI Board of D3 rectors to look into possible Illegal corporate contributions to federal c a m p a i g n s a n d m i s management under the old an anti-trust suit still pending, management of AMPI. Law Enforcement Election Disputed LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Two deputies of Sheriff Marlin lawkins of Morrilton have disputed the outcome of the elec- ion of the president of the Arkansas Law Enforcement Asso ciation. Chief Deputy Buddy Riggs id Deputy Mike Pryor said Saturday that Hawkins had received three times as many votes as did C. J. Rice, who was declared the winner. Rice, chief of enforcement of :he state Game and Fish Commission, was declared the winner by Carl L. Miller, the association's secretary-treasurer. Col. Melyin DeLong of t h e State Police called out the v o t e s on the ballots as they were tabulated by Miller and ;aid he also thought Hawkins had won. Apparently no other .ally was made. Pryor and Riggs said Miller cupped his hand around the tallying so that it could not be observed. When the vote was over. Miller announced thai Rice had won. 64-51. Miller declined to discuss the matter and referred questions o Bob Taylor of Fort Smith, a member of the ballot-counting committee. Miller said Taylor had retained custody of the ballots. Taylor could not be contacted for comment. Pryor said that the six members of the ballot counting com mitee had demanded a recount but that Miller had refused the request. week in April, down 80 cents or 1.2 per cent from March. But it was $8 or 14 per cent 'more expensive than in April last year. Home economists say the various meal plans are computed on the basis ot food quantities consumed by family groups and prevailing retail prices. The low-cost plan relates to families with yearly incomes of $4,000 to $8,000. the moderate $8,000 to $10,000 and the liberal $10.000 and over. basic difference is that ower-income meals under the JSDA [ood plans contain cu I less-expensive meat and more cereals, bread, potatoes, dry beans, poultry and fish. The figures are compiled by he department's Agricultural Research Service and published each month in Food and home Notes by the USDA Office of H in ton Dies FORT SMITH, Ark. (AP) -A graveside service for Walter Hinton Jr., 67, former chairman of the state Alcoholic Beverage Control Board, will be al 1 p.m. Tuesday at Forest Park estate ap- Cernetery here. Hinton, a real praiser, was a former director of the state Assessment Coordination Division. He died Friday at Fort Smith. He is survived by his widow; a son. Dr. Walter L. Hinton III daughter, Eli Chicago; his mother, Mrs. Walter Hinton Sr of Fort Smith; and four grand children. of California; nore Olsen of Elect W. G. AUSTIN Democratic Candidat* For CONSTABLE Prairie Township Your Vote and Support will be Sincerely Appreciated Communication. A fourth meal budget is called the economy plan, a 3are-hones meal guide used for computing the government's :ood stamp allocations. It was $34.70 in April, only 10 cents lower than in March. It was. however, up 18 per cent or $5.40 more than Aprill973. Beginning July 1, on the basis of increases in the economy diet costs, food stamp benefits will go up to $150 per month for family of four from $42 currently, a boost of 5.6 per cent retroactive to Jan. 1. Adjustments in food stamp allocations are made semiannually to reflect changes in the economy food costs. The food stamp allocation for four-member household last July 1 was $116 per month. Thus, with a $150 rate next month, -stamp benefits were hiked about 20 per cent during the vear. Rabbit Fever LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- A report of the Communicable Disease Division of the Arkansas Health Department shows that 40 per cent of all the tularemia, or "rabbit fever," cases reported in Ihe United States occurred in Arkansas last year. No death resulted from the 63 cases, which occurred mostly in the central and north-central parts of the state. The disease is an infectious ailment of rodents, especially rabbits, and is transmitted to humans in handling the flesh of infected animals or by bites of certain insects. It causes an irregular fever, aching and inflammation of the lymph glands. 7 o.m.^-6 p.m. Mon. thru Sat. Evelyn Hills Shopping Center GARMENT STORAGE $200 FREE INSURANCE ON ALL STORAGE Pick up your box today, pack it, and return it, it's that simple! Enjoy care-free closets with our storage. All you pay is the cleaning price in the Fall! FUR STORAGE Finest Cleaning, Glazing, and Repair Service in our modern, cold storage vaults. Give your furs the protection they need. Bonded fur storage insured we stare In oar own Bernird Manor cold storage vault. Let our trained expert* care for your fine furs. "You Will Lik* Our Special Car*" SHIRTS 40 G ·a BEAUTIFULLY LAUNDERED AND FINISHED DICK HOYT INVITES YOU TO COMPARE QUALIFICATIONS DICK HOYT POLICE EXPERIENCE 2 Years Deputy Sheriff, Waihington County 9 Years City Marshal and Chief of Police, Johnson, Ark. plus Military Police Criminal Investigation Never Dismissed From Employment OPPONENT About 2 Years Deputy Sheriff, Washington Co. Reason for Termination? REAL ESTATE Company Doug Hartley Les Davis ... Arthur Clark Bill Lazenby Tired of Dieting? there's a oetter way ''·', \' at Magic Mirror! JUNE IS OUR ANNIVERSARY MONTI NKW home, throe Itedroom*, (tone a range, disposal, dishwasher, etc., I baths, 2 car jrsrajre. *1 down to Teterar.s, J»iX» dtiwn FHA. EeJllnff bs:ow e\*aliiAtlon. Vy builder. Phone £3!K»i9. FAUCXTTE RKALTORS N. College Ofllce U2-5MI Xvenlnjc* and weekendi call: Bobbj-e Halhroolc R«- 443-2227 ·ylvia Danforth Res. 4(2-9935 Christine Blnndein R«. S21-2C04 O. e. Fiucetl* R*«. M2-227? THERE'S NO SUBSTITUTE FOR EXPERIENCE! Mature Judgment, Experience and Honesty cannot be replaced by mere youthful desire and enthusiasm. ELECT WHAT IS FIRST FEDERAL UP TO? 95% LOANS TO BUILD YOUR HOME Alogic Minor figure salons MAY WE SERVE YOU? first federal savings 2 Locations To Serve You On in* Square «nd Northwest Arkanwj P1»u PHONE 521-3424 or 5214534 DICK HOYT SHERIFF Washingtoon County Hoj-t for Sheriff Committe*, Opal Hammond, Chairman

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