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35--Duplex** For Rent AVAHABI.B Junt 15, on« bedroom, (urn- IrtiM. ISO bills paid. u mile w«l of University. Phone 4.'.!-8Kli. UKWIA' !ccora1 H. 2 ]xlroom unf um- |*JicJ du|ttc* apartment. Korth o( University, married i-ouple only, no ptti, ?S5. Ulley »nd Co.. inc-., Phone M2-KM1. NICK Uo bedroom, like nrw Unfurnished, central heal and air. married i-ouplc. no jwls. Phone ·MS-SS'Jo or -I4.V ·Idii niter 1:00 p.m. UUPI'EX basement aparlmonl, W% LJiv de!l. 81^0 montli plus utililies for couple. 15CI p!ua uljljtics for 2 boy?. 413-1051, bedroom furnished at ISO North Garland. Blrvomlltlonetl, rarpet, J110 plus clecirlcHr. Ition* -UWIT8. I'-UllNISHKO two beet room, rat-pet, ulr- rondIItoued, S115 per month pins deposit no bills paid. Phoae -112-9320. UNFURWISHED, U-o be-Iroom flup!ex, cfnlrwl heal and air, wall-lo-w#3l carpet Sift) plus bills. Married couple only. i'honc 412-Sm TWO bedroom duplex, near University, unTurnl.sh?cl, ?100 por month plus ulilLllcs anil deposit. Ptione 4I3-4SH1 alter 3 p m , 37-MoblU Horn** A SpocM For Rent FUElSlsmin mobile homH, Alto RHCM for rent, wayne Hlnkle Mobile Home P«rt.. Hwy. is j^tt. Phone 4U-26M. 38-Mobi|. Horn*! For Sate 11T2 H\;70 mobik home, no equity. ·*- a u m e loan. Call 5gl-6Qi9 »ll*r 5;»- W71 Ux?o Trailer. Central air. Small equity, th* uji payment, n u r v b * tten anytime next week. Call 3S7-3795. 10\j5 pliu mclat Moraire building u rurnLshcd, oxccjil for rrlrlceralor, rang and window air, 92,250. Phone 41W36. 12\50, sh« g carpel 2 bedroom, a i r nnd heal, Kunilih*]. one KxcMIenl condition. 442-7230. 3 BKDROOM lurnlshed 11£l youth West Avenue. 125, 50 deposit and one year tease required. Must b c quiet cou'1o or mlddJa-aged widow. 113-3730 or 367- saw. LUXURY PLUS AH conveniences and shng c a r pet in two bedroom, u n f u r n i s h e d townhouses, great view, $230 per month. Call Lee Bou at Gallery oL Homes. 521-7272, GET TAN On redwood sundeck at rear ot 'two bedroom duplex, close to -University. Paneled throughout, stove ami refrigerator furnished. $!65 per month. Call I,ce Doss 521-7272. WO BKHItOOSt riup'ox, imlunils slove, rtlshwaalior, disposal, washer/doer connections, Nreiilace, Root Sdwol prca, fully slnig cnrpcted throughout Tiitral alr/hc;it. f!QO per month. Phone T\VO hwlromn duplex, SIS n monUi. Mildred (.iraiie, 4LMSIO or Sla^'ecoadi Rcai KsLjUe, 521-1 LSD. 3 BBDKOO.M. ceiilral licat/air, c.nrpor isluii farpct, washer/tircr ironncctioti:. disposals. /umLshed, very quiet. Garden sjiiK-e, couples preferred, no dogs. 442 VX DUPLEX, unfurnished, tvin berlrooniSj ·- dulls preferred, on WhHlock Street Phone Special 14x70 Furnish«d Less Than $7.20 Per Sq. Ft. Mobile Homes Phone 442-6225 2558 Mt. Comfort Road Kayetteville, Akansas 1972 12x51 mobile homo, two btxtroomc, Pickup low monthlr paj-mcnls. Kcc al inEbcoolc Parit, No, 20. Phone 442-^02. 1MO llxfia mobile home, »1 r-corn!Itloned. carpeted, Iwo berfrooms, Ewo balhs, fuc- ied, jiood condition, available summer. I'hwio 442-2370. CHANDLER TtaBtt oonrey. Inc. I and Mtlonwlde. KO tpprond. PhoM 751-0821, Jntiaton. Ark. MOBILE HOMES OSC ML Comfort Bd. - Fayetieville N^V. lw» he^lrooni unlurnlsltixl mont nil ulllilicy ]ia1d, 5135 \KC Phillip:; Drive, 521-710S. GUARANTEED QUIET, Ctouptcs and ma- lure singles onLy, TffO bedroom un- furnlhsctl, exc*[t slove and refrigerator, j;»3. Call r^MUJl alter 5 p.m. TWO bcilroom, shaa cnrtct, slovo anrt rcfriRcr.ilor furnl-ihcil. Central heal and al[--conditioned, gnrbflco disposal, wash- er/ilrj'er winnpctions. 4J2-SS7S, 36 Houses For Rent 39--Office Space, Buildings For Rent SIUK, iijiCurnLsFicct three l«tlrooin ho wilK faniiljTooni and one haUi. North of UniversiK. .\Tarried uou^o oiilv. T«ls. SKvl- UtTcy Co.. 441'-KJ1K nNlSIIKI), 1 beilrpom house SR . 71 Koulli near Shakes pen rc. Plion FOUlt liodrooni. 1',i Kill), lor lc ?!"0 mnnLfi, J100 dcposil. C«l] 521-31-18 Rc.s-[Kmsoli]c jurlj' only, No jwls. avnrETKI), ClI, tlV, newer Ihree to! room, two bath, brick, cnmplcle kitchen Inrse lot, »135. Jio pels. 443-3157. 531 UNE-TJUNlSEIEh, 4 hdr. I full hath * one ^ !w1h, Llvingrooni ilinlnR FCKK lcn. J150, Hwy 16 West, phone 413- SALES and PARK Open tU 9 Each Evening 0 1[OU«K trailer, tullv carpclod, I Iicrtrootiis, two full haihs, livetl In ] han a yenr. Tliorie R18-3H3, BUILDING 3SSLL10, 8 ft. celling comlu wiring. 7!i ft. icwr and service machine shop or sforajje. KW-ffiil'l. atlVEN room, l.flOO squnre fec-t c and [Kinelina. J250. PhtNie Carl al 442-IKS' OFFICE BUILDING FOR REN 933 N. College. 5 offices and recreplitm room. Call James Bake "21-1300. BAKER ASSOCIATES REALTORS 1618 N. College 521-130C UNl-'URNIHlTKn. 3 b? a room, 154 li'.itli, housp no nil of University. (100. UUcy !t hrtusc tfirce ln-ilrooiil or (wo nml , l!i ballu. centra] Jicat and air, JoiKJsil required. Plione ·113-15X1 or Very nice, S bedroom iik-cly fnr Localfrit at Ka mi mj,1on . Close In .sli chun-hcs. and srliools. phone 2R7-H TWO bwlroom tl n plcx $R3 por willi lease. Plionc -S12-7SI5. 1'TJUNI.SUHn, two bedrooms, air-i tlitloneil, carpel f, paneltnjj, new appll- anrcs. furnislicd, par.iHO, vvn sher-d rye r ontlots, no pels, depostl. married couplo. ?1^- -H2H53R, '(12-6753. T\VOj three .anil four liairoom h rent, fnrnisbcd, coniplclcly nicely dei-oratcd, do£l£ncri for · nd faculty members, -tn-3141- 37--Mobile Homes Spaces For Rent SHADY, '2 iKtdrooir., furni.shcd, nlr ron- dilioner, fence, UoniRc, J110 inontli, ons Tiflifl. Walk li ranipns nn.l schools. 41--For Rent--Miscellaneous SECURITY SEIF-STORAGE 3 SIZE UNITS. NIGHT LIOHTIN BUSINESS OR HOUSEHOLD GOODS. LONCJ O HSHORT TEHN RENTAL E. 19th ST. i'AYETTE VILLE. Phone 751-7068 43--Real Estate--Wanted WANTUD IQ rent or Tease: Pasture !an 1,000 ncros or more, any anJ all i acrcases cmisLdered. Phone atler 5: p.m.. 521-I60. 45 Lots For Sale ir,V\'E severnI smnll imcts of land Hwy. 71 South ol Kayellevjllc «l WIi low, sniiiibln (nr mobile linmos, [wrmnnent ones. Will scl| cm easy tern or rent unit give option JQ buy. D. Collins -- Phone Kil-2SU. 46--Farms Acreages 60 AOHKS nt linilxr land, sprlnp f l»nd. Ininlcfs- iiarailLsc, 5,10(1 per ac nrtir Canehill, Ark. Pfton ^. 5110 p nth, FOR SAIJ-: or Kent: Kparlan mo-bite mansion, Sv3S, tnrnKheil, one IVdroom with study nrra, alr-cnnilillonod, shag carpel. Hione S'JI-nLlin after r:00 p-Tii. FO Ft MIi~n K I) 2 bedroom, R.r-eindil(oncr], mobile home, nm.sl Ix; quiet and reliable, nn chllttrcn. no pels, SHO niflntli, cahle anrt u1 i I i li os paid. Also (rntler spaces *mall IniiJcr wolcome. f'JO, sewee paid. '1*VVO bcctrooni, furnished, air-tvnAitirwed. -ThenantlMh Villa. 5UO. fiiis i^iid. iliona ·in-n57. SPRINGBROOK MOBILE HOME PARK ADULTS ONLY 3 miles U of A. -- 1 mile NW Ark. Phizn on 7J bypass and Johnson Hd, Phone 443-2.J52. OOOI) COUNTRY llvlnR Jipupps nt Green Acres, IB \Vesl. Phmc -tL1-Ifi28. Villa ROSntATKT J Y 20 L'J.'nrcrt aero * from l.irie, 'i mile from pnvcr BUILDING SITES LARGE LOTS. CLOSE IN. NE AHEA. HAS A BEAUTIFUL VIEV ALL UTILITIES. YOU WILL HAV TO SEE TO APPRECIATE. TERM ARE AVAILABLE: UY OWNE ·112-7511. SG TKRM l farms--Federal Land Bank AMOC. Ptoon M2-273 [or mor 47--Real Estate-For Sals-- Ht*al Ettato-for Sab 47-*«a! HOMESTEAD HOMES WHITE BRICK xlr. brick, den w-fireplce, com- te kitchen, dishwuher, central at air, 2 bath, double garage, tin, very n!c* neighborhood. On]y ,500.00. WEST FORK WONDER bdr. brick. CH Hi baths, tar- led, u t i l i t y , carport, 3S.OOO.OO, isl sec lo appreciate, Term» -, interest on assumption. SAFETY FIRST Ixtr. l 1 ,^ bath brifk beauly on iet street. Priced right at S19,- .00. BUNGALOW HOME Mr.. 1 bath. CH/A. I5','» acres In y limits. East SSB. R7, 100.00. 2 FOR 1 u n t r y life in cily limits. , res with small home. Separate rage and barn. $33,000.00. ORE BEAVER LAKE LOTS n you believe 1 1 Lake Jide lots 50.00 and up. HIGH tONESOME acres, secluded just off Blue prings, Goshcn Road. Gently roll- R view site w i t h b e a u t i f u l woods. atlve stone aplenty SOT your new ome. Owner finance. $25,000.00, WEST FORK ACREAGE acre* with 3 bdr. rock and wood 'Use. M/H hookup. $22,500.00. OAK HILLS ADDITION bdr. brick, ijfc bath, central heat. ouble garage, fenced yard. Good ntral location, priced at $25.500.00. BUILD HERE acres j u s t on east side of Fay- tevillc. Hard to find acreage this ose in. f 11,000.00. STONE T R I M bdr., l bath, fireplace lots of Safe- 47-toal tttot»-*»r Sat* Mountain Top Like new 375x32' Broll«r w i t h automatic equipment. 12 »crc mostly Fescue wfth 2 weJIs ind 2 ponds. Home L* 2 bedrooms and ct en wit h f i rep-1 ace. Us t pretty place. IM.OOO. Terms. Bargain Broilerw 27,f00 capacity. 80 acres, 9teil mt 526,700. View Site 44 acres ' j mile 71. Like new 2 bedrooms and 2 baths with large jcEased in porch. Pumphou*e. Garage. Pond. 155,000. Terms. 38 Acres Unimproved Weil lowated, V* mile from bl*ck- to p. 35 ac rea c le red. Owner Financed Unimproved acreage*. On bUcktop nd off. Bargain prlc«*. NEWLIN REALTY CO. 839-2332 or «39-22St Wait Fork. Arkansu 47-IUal SUBURBAN JEWEL Juat off Hwy 45 E. New 1 Mrm i and den Z\'i bath brick on one ( ·ere. W»ll corutruct*a. fully in- ·ulated with Insulpane flau, formal \\ving and dining rooms, Urf« deck off den. fireplace, cen. heat and air, 2 car garage, A lovely horn* you'll *njoy livlof In, NEAR VA HOSPITAL Large 3 bdrm and den, 3 bath brick on Lawson Street 1 \'i block W. of VA. 16x30 paneled den with fireplace, 16x24 living-dining room, large kitchen with plenty of dinette space paneled office 16x30 private patto, 2 car carafe with door opener, deep »hady lot. Over 2,400 sq, ft. of living *pace, all carpeted and with ctutom drape* (or ONLY H8,*K. WALK TO ROOT SCHOOL Save all tho** taxi trip* for the kidj. Modern ranch with 4 bdrm*, 2! bath*, central heat and air, kii\f-sU« family room, covered patio 2 car port, private back yard, ahady lot. Over 2,300 ft of living area. DUPLEX NEAR UofA 2 bdrms. bath, living and kitchen each u n i t , c'oae to shopping. Zoned C-3. Now rented for $K each. Llit- ed by Austin Fitzgerald. 1H ACRE FARMETTE 2 bdrm house, moat of furniture atays. In Round Mt. area. Tottal price $11,000. Owner will carry at *%. Listed by Hiram Brooki. 40 ACK UL Houw. chicken hew*. Q acres, house, barm, 8 ml In w«l of - Atoms HMM, FAVBTTtVILLB, A*KAN*A* 656 ACRES AT $125 PER ACRE, ONE MILE FROM JACKS FORK RIVER IN MISSOURI OZARKS. FOR SALE BY OWNER. PHONE (417) 264-3470 or (417) 264-3122. A3SUMK Z'.\% loan or refinance 3 bedroom brick home. Ui bath, double car raraffe, good neleWwrhoort. Pfcoti* «r SKI. FAMILY home. FTvt oedrooma, Uret tathroorm. llviiurroara. dhiinrroom, ktt- ehtfi, wash room. OB kryo lo*. |40,00 JIMM II, W4 It " Candidates Report Financial Conditions For Primaries UTTLB ROCK (AP) -- Hi« mittec s»W II had tZIKO on reports or two Democratic can- hand as of May 31, but that It LIFE WITH FATHER No, 961 and the children will be a pleasure In Ihis family-type home hat's near Root School. It ha» 3 jedroonifi, 2 baths a dining room, den with fireplace, central heat and air, plua a large xundeck over- ooking landscaped back yard. This ionic Is selling [or $34,300. Call 521-7272 or a f t e r houra Frances 443-3157. HUNTSVILLE AVENUE inyrfatc. 2 bdr.. I bath frame, tility or 3rd bedroom. $12,000.00. OWNER CARRY PAPER rge lot £c 2 bdr. frame, $10,000.00. LAKE FAYETTEVILLE acres with pond fronting on kevicw Drive and Lake Fayett lie. Ride yo ale Country lie. Ride your golf cart to Spring- Club. 5 ACRES GOOD INCOME icres level likeable, well" fenced ncome from 3 mobile homes, plua extra pad will help make Ihe y m e n l s on this place. Good well ias rural water across road). nly 1 mile from Sprint*dale city mils on blacktop . HARMON txlr dishwasher, range, a i r con- it ioncr, natural ESS, spring fed vcH, store, shop building and ga£ imps. CLOSE TO LAKE acre. 1 ;. 3 bdr., 1 hath, dishwasher, ireplacre. good well city water Qiiny fur hook-up, native ."stone on Iwy 2frl, 1 mile from Beaver Lake. Need* some work. $18,000.00. M I N I FARM l acres, on blacktop, all clear, lumitiiim bldg., crlo.se in and ready o go. Owner will f i n a n c e . BUILDING LOT Snulh Fayetleville large lol will t.-[;oniodnte your home. Jt.300.00. YOU ASKED FOR IT · seres on Round Mountain. Nice secluded area for your hideaway ae. Only 15,900.00. WINSLOW ACREAGE 15 acres and 2 bdr, frame, fireplace, refrldg., range. $17,000.00, HOMESTEAD REALTY Phon« 731-7909 J. O. TTORffnrd 7M-211J1 Col. Art McAnarney 521-1555 Bob Blackslon -M2-5fi71 Tele n 1 Tar vcy l.'ifi- Bn'JO ""ra.ser Stephens Mi-2137 Raiuonn Mobley lfil-1936 BUY THIS CREEK, THIS CAVE, THE 4.7 ACRES AND THE HOUSE COMES FREE! No. 992 and what a house! All cedar conslruclioix lafrge glass windows overlook Lug a beautiful view 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. This home is extra-sharp with a kit- c.'hcn that you wouldn't believe. Large workshop, many large lre«, many olher items too numerous to mention. Only 18 minutes from Fayetteville and priced at $46,991. Call 5^1-7^72, Jerry Linebcrger. WALLS OF GLASS No. 963 give this ranch-style home a 20-mile view of countryside, Se1 on an acre of lush lawns, with unbelievable array of shrubs an* trees. Central heat \ v i t h - t w n central air units. Living room U 16x21 dining room is 12x21, front room with fireplace Is 16x21, and master bedroom is 24x15. Thts beautiful nod- IMS N. Collex* Wilma Coollck BY OWNER: Large house, oan rent, Larva Income, terms, W Box 1012. Arts Center Will Sponsor Art Workshop SPRINGDALE -- The Arts Center of the Ozarks in Springdale will sponsor a Young People's Art Workshop beginning Wednesday, June 19. The workshop, taught by Ginger Henry, will he open to young persons entering ttre sixth through ninth did ales in the May 28 senatorial primary show that Sen. J. W. Fuibright, who lost his re-election bid, received about three times as much money for his campaign as Gov. Dale Bumpers. Fulbright's campaign .com$809,066 in contributions ders miltee received $009,066 in contributions while Bumpers got $290.765, according to financial reports filed in the secretary of state's office Monday. The Futbright committee said it had spent $782,446 as of May 31 "with $295.830 of that being spent during the last two weeks ot the campaign. The corn- owed $182,032. The Bumpers report, however, had had a surplus of $57.219 June 3. Of the Bumpers* grades. Miss Henry will stress BEAUnbTJL 3 bedroom " home with efficiency ap»rUn*nl to help mat* pay- me/ils which rents for JS3 a month. Offered at $21,500 by owner. No realtors plrase. Owner will work out financing. Call ttfc- 8KC, Islaml -- 3 apartment furnished --- Tncomc $265, S. E. Location. Aiphat -- 3 bedroom Living Room -- Dining -- kitchen -- 2 hath. Ideal for duplex -- One Block from ' -- ' SPLIT 1.5KVEI, wilhln walhltip rtislanc. University, Four bedrooms, I'.-- bulbs, ·ing room, dining room, 2 paneled dens, wncKiburnliu fir«pl;iiT, small office, larwc alorsjjc areas, concrete patio, shaded [arge. c-orner lot, renlrnl heat/nlr, re Uian Z.\B sq. It. floor JJKICC-. nilab!* immeclialely. 442-J077. home hafi been completely re eled top to bottom including new appliances. Plus much more. fiS2,500. Call 521-7272 or after hours Nadlne Miller 521-7473. RECIPE FOR A HAPPY FAMILY No, 959 take 5 big bedrooms with large closets, add 2 baths and separate dining room. Sprinkle with with a bright kitchen and big living room. Top it off with a two-story home with basement close to University and you have a winner: priced at *34,99!l. Ask to see this soonl Call 521-7272 or aftei hours Frances Langham 443-3157. YOU'LL BE SURPRISED No. 760 when you see the beautiful remodeling job that's been done on this alder home. Three bedrooms give the space you need and the central heat and air provide the comfort your family requires, all for the price of SL5.1W, Call 521-7272, Lee Ward. DOUBLE YOUR PLEASURE No. 844 with this roorriy duplex. Hcnt out both or live in One and rent the other to reduce your payment. Good investment properly and reasonably priced at f 14,000. Call .'.21-7272 or a f t e r hour* Nadine Miller 521-7473. SUMMER ENJOYMENT No. 741 will b* youra nt its heat in this :t to 4 bedroom 2 bath brick home on 4 acres. Fanfaslfc swimming pool for those hot days ahead. Gold jneda.lir- -*--*-·- home. $«J,50Q. ~ Ward. The best home buy*. Before Your Eyo*.... Detail*. Campu»'-- 6 acres -- 3 bedroom -- Community dislines of town -- 121,900. 6 acre* -- attractive 3 bedroom --· Brick horn* -- new washer dryer double door refrigerator -- small barn -- City water. 19 acre* -- 24,000 Broiler -- good 3 bedroom home -- pond. Lota of pasture. Priced to «H. Look no farther -- Ideal for retirement -- 2 bedroom newly remodeled home -- Rock fireplace, central heat, Formal living dining Guest home. Beautiful letting on painting and sketching in different media and welcomes beginners as well as advanced students. The e i g h t , w e e k l y lessons arc scheduled for Wednesdays 1:30 p.m, to 3:30 p.m. A lormer graduate of Springdale High School and student at the University of Arkansas, Miss Henry will be a senior next year at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas, She is working on a bachelor's degree-in Art Studio, with specialization in painting. This will be her third summer teaching children's art classes. For further information contact Mrs. Geneva Powers at the Arts Center (751-5441) or Miss Henry (751-4104). 2243 N. 521-1180 BY OWNER 3 bedroom, lli baths, carpeletl. central air/heal, den wiUi woodbuniirp fireptace, tiwashrr, double electric ovens. En- SKI buck yard, convenient to school i. Phone 442-C5S1 or 52-47S3. 66 ACRES boss company REALTORS Two Location* 2*00 N. College NVf Ark. Flau 521-7272 After 6 p.m. Call Plaza Gallery at 521-T275 Ash Criticizes Policies Needing Large Investments WASHINGTON (AP) - Roy Ash, director of the OfFice of Management and Budget, says the government should review very carefully policies that require --!arge : investments in areas: such as pollution abatement. This kind of spending "reduces the capability of the eonomy to improve the average American's consumption of food, clothing and shelter," Ash said. Ash's comment came as he REALTOR Call: Mary Ann Rhode* Bill Keetcm Palt Carmichael Maxtne Smith Mildred Gnu* Bill C. Graue BY OWNER 2-3 bedroom, brick, with central heat. 22x28 separate workshop- garage. 1 acre corner lot with \'t in fenced pasture. In Fayettevill« city limits, good neighbors. $24.000. Phone 443-5535. 40 ACRES, some cleared, good sr beautiful secluded building sites, : ml!cs to Prairie Grove. Jimmle Rlctt, Rogers eufi-423?. Ft)R Bale by Builder. bdr., house, Rain. y. fuJly rarncled, large lol, cm" 15 minute drive Iroin ITofA. 357-323. MOBILE HOMH PARK lion · Oversize*! \nls 9 Paved A-imminc l*oo! * Plnj'grounrt · · tinder- fitreel P.wroation hlric · Ktorape lil around ulitilies » Off Slrcol hwy, 71 N. 443-221* Entrance Acrcww from HolEdiy Inn BEST QUALITY This lar^c -1 BR brick home is I very 1cst 5n happy family l i v i i 31(10 sq. It. extras i n c l u d e jjai room, study, family mom w fireplace and l a r g e screened pon CH Sc A. 2 Car garage. NORTHEAST T h r e e bedrooms, l',i balhs lar lit \vllh. shade trees garden area.' c e n t r a l b e n t and air, fenced back- 1 yard, two tin r port w i l h o u l s i c t e i storage. 515,000 6% interest loan I can be assumed.. (2-1.500, ! NORTHEAST VIEW From Ihe deck of this b e a u t i f u l l y finished, Uixitrtoiuly carpeted 3 bedroom. 2 bath home in N o r t h east Fayetteville. Handsome fireplace, lovely kitchen. BUILDING LOTS 1. ? InrRo Io1s on a t|iiicl street w i l h many Ircr.s. All cily services. 2. 1 large tot w i t h a view on Mt. Scquoyah. nn black-lop road. N a t u r a l gas, o!ri barn and drilled well. Proposed R u r a l Water Area. About ' mile* past E l k i n s . Elkins school phono. About 20 acre* in old fields, balance is wooded. $31.500.00 CALL HEINEY REALTY CO. Hwy 16 East 442-9236 BRAND new two bedroom, 30*12, fully a rpeleil, nicely furnished, washer and dryer hoo^-up, alr-rwirtitioned, gns furnished, (12i t $oG clean-up deposit, 1900 block N'orUi OnliPSP. 412-3124. NIBLOCK'S MOBILE HOME PARK ·("CM * Air-cond moWIB IxraM rent Good living at Good F fleet End m -- 1'i ml. N.W, of UofA. CSlJ Hi.5323 m 301-9510, Mobil* Home Own«i SPECIAL OFFER Free Move and Set-Up TDT m limited ilm« only. ClU today. SHENANDOAH MOBILE HOME VILLAGE. Highway IS By-Pa»». ««3-4757. Swimmlnx pool, ttorajji bondings, patio, si» «rUl« UV] llfht*. REALTORS 1202 N. Coll ego Office 4U-UM Evenings and weekends call: Bobbyc Halhrook Rei. 443-2221 Christine Blondeau Re*. 521*2004 G. C, Faucett* Re*, 442-2271 Sylvia Dantorlh MM. M2-MU ELKINS 13 acr63 of choice land in Elk with lols of imp rove menti, l',a-*tory 7-room home wilh bath, fireplace, and built-in china cabinet. Barn, l o a f i n g nhert implement building, imokchoiLte, hen hou.se, cellar and other building*. Pond, One of thi bixt stand* of fe*cu« in th« Coun ty. Lots of shade I ret* around the home. New price of IM.OOO (OWNFR WILL CON9TOER TRAD- IXC'. FOR HOME IN SOUTHWTST PART Or SPRINGDA.M.) For appointment, CALL. HEINEY REALTY CO. Hwy 16 EM 442-9234 SUBURBAN REAL ESTATE CO. Ilwy. i5 E. Phono 11.1-2050 B r o k e r Ron Sherwood REALTOR Home Loans FHA-VA CONVENTIONAL Call C. R. BATES 521-3325 W honi«. thr«* bedroom-:, stone AK$ me, s l one f i replace, fully ct rpeler], nge, di tposa I, riisPiiva sher, etc., 1 !i lialhi, 2 car parade, ft down (o veterans, down M I A . Mellinff below eva!u*ll»- liy builder. Phnne S30-3»T!». brick. Ontral heat/ntr wilh w*Mb UY owner. S% cfTully buy, S-3-2 ntua lireplaoe. rormal, Hvinffroom. Koot ool. m.500. Phoae 531«(». TJj house for salt. Huyer lo n it otT present properls". For furUicr in' nation write box -M-56 c/o Korthwe»t WIDE OPEN SPACES If you have a "don't fence me in" feeling, you must see this lovely home wilh lot* of space Ixith in and around it. In the Butterfielri School area, and priced at only $37,500. Cal 1 for an appointment ID see U. PhyllU rr*«man 521-6300 or 521-TC88. FREEMAN Barber Says Nixon's Hair 'Easy To Cut 1 WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Nixon's hair is easy to cut, but Henry A. Kissinger's? It's a problem hecause it's so curly, their barber confided. "First I haw to shampoo it, hen cut it with scissors. Then 1 use « razor to blend the hair, and the hot air blower to dry and style it. "That gives it a curly but smooth look.-There., look how smooth it looks in the photograph." Milton Pitts, who has been clipping the presidential hair 'or four and a half years, pointed to a photograph of Nixon with his secretary of state. "I gave them both haircuts yesterday." Nixon's haircuts--once a week, "never any longer thsn 10 days"--fake about 20 minutes. During (hat time the President is quite congenial, Pitts says, and "talks to me quite a bit. but usually in generalities and never about politics." From his vantage point, Pitts sees no physical change in the President despite the rigors of his office and the troubles of his administration. "I've never seen a person under the pressure he's under so relaxed," he said. "I see no change in the President." Pitts spends each Tuesday and Thursday manning the one- chair barbershop in the White House West Wing, trimming, clipping and styling the hair of the President, Cabinet members and top White House aides. Pitts, a 58-year-old native of Greenville. S.C.. ' also runs a barber shop in the Sheraton- predicted the rate of growth of potential output will decline in the next decade from the current 4 per cent - to "perhaps a little under 3.5 per cent." Among factors'leading to lower rate of growth is the fact that in the next several years there will be a small number of young people entering the labor force, he said. "After 1980 this phenomena will be dramatically visible," Ash said. Ash's testimony ome in statement prepared for delivery today before the new economic growth subcommittee of the congressional Joint Economic Committee. Sen. Lloyd Bentsen, D-Texas, the subcommittee chairman, is opening a series of hearings into economic policies and com- plainUs of economic mismanagement by the Nixon administration. In his testimony. Ash said 3MB has concluded tentatively ;hat shortages in vital raw materials are less of a problem than was at firsl thought. The OMB director said he is not overly hopeful about imrne.; diate prospects for improving economic forecasting or the government's ability to avoid the impact of unexpected economic events. Ash said Project Independence is seeking ways to assure adequate domestic energy supplies, but he cautioned: "A somewhat smaller growth potential is inevitable if we are to achieve the independence we seek," showed his committee plus of $97,219 ai at committee's total receipts, M7.72J represented individual contributions (ram May 17-June 3. The report listed the governor's total expenditures as of June 3 at $2111,396 which $103,783 of this for the commuications media. The Fulbright report lists 73 out-ot-jtate contributors during the May 17-31 period and about 10ft Arkansas contributors. The largest contributions. those above $3,004, came from out-of- state residents. Unlike Bumpers, Fulbright did not put a $1,000 limit on individual contributions to his campaign. The report showed that the senator received lour $8,000 contributions on the day of the primary election. They came from Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Carier. Lemae Clisbee. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Davis and Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Greenlee, all of Midland, Tex. Among the contributors lo the Fulbright campaign were actor Paul Newman and his wife, Joanne Woodward, who (aye $1.000; Leonard K. Firestone of Los Angeles, an executive of Firestone Tire Co., $2,500: and Howard Holthoff of Gould, chairman of the state Board of Higher Education, $300. Fulbright, whose stand on th* Middle East situation was unpopular among some members of the Jewish community, got K\mn/MJ3 view, rhnico of Uir« lake homes, (.plil lev«l. di.'Cks, tittp**ts, ctiilom built by builder, niujt see homes *n area lo appreciate, $30,000 to $50,000. Phone JS4.7S7S. HOME GARDEN AREA 45 EAST Three bedrooms, a LI brick. !iv ing- room c1inln#room .entry, l',i balhs, eiiL-losnd garage w i t h workshop. Root School. Price $34,400. QUALITY HOME STABLES Brown cedar and, native stone home on 2 acres off 13 K. B u t t e r f i e M School. 1800 s. f. wib fireplace, C.II. A A. Carpeted three bedrooms, two hatrui. lar«e f a m i l y room, (1 En ing room, wilh c o u n t r y style kitchen all wood fenced. Priced nvd Ws, NEW SPAWSH HOME 45 EAST Three bedrooms, formal dlninjf. f a m i l y room w i l h fireplace, heat and air, ^ acre lot $23.500. 50 ACRES ft! land approximately \'i open, beautiful view* for bn.Irt- inj?, 30 mi. from Fayetteville, near Elkini, Teriru available. $29,500, W« hive small irncli availabl* in lb« Hwy 45 vicinity. NEW SUBDIVISION Mow starling two-thrte-four bed* room homes. All have large family rooms with fireplace. T w o baths and large two car garages, n i l Iniiltins. Q u a l i t y construction throughout. Drive up Mockingbird Lane today and choose your home. F i n a n c i n g available, GINTONIO BLDG. CO. Phone Sil-.'.STa a f t e r 5:00 p.m. or 521-1753 9 a.m. lo S p.m. CONTEMPORARY WITH STYLE This home hu loli of feature* you would not expect. See if it fiti your reeds. 3 Br 2 Bath*, Family room with fireplace, etc. It also has an Intercom system. Check it oui at $42..WO. Phyllis Freeman 5?16300 or 521-7088. FREEMAN Carllon Hold a few blocks from Ihe White House. He charges $4 for n straight haircut and $8.50 for the k i n d of hair styling ho does on Nixon ami Kissinger. Ho is on call at all other limes if the President suddenly decides to get a haircut, Pitts said. "When I read about, some of Ihe people that arc in trouble I'm quite surprised.'' Piltj said. "They were all »uch nice people." Barker Found Guilty On Narcotics Charge Kenny Allen Barker, 24. 318 E. Rock St. Fayetteville. was found guilty Monday in Washington Circuit Court of delivery o f marijuana. The jury recommended six years in the stale penitentiary for the offense. Barker was accused of making a sale to an agent of the Arkansas State Police narcotics division. Sentencing is sot for June M. On trial this morning in Washington Circuit Court is Paitl Smith. 20. Rl. 5, Springdale/also charged with delivery of marijuana. Eleven of Ihe same jurors who sat the Barker case are hearing Ihe testimony along with a replacement for a juror who asked to he disqualified. Both defense and prosecution attorneys agreed to retain the same jury. some financial support from Arab-related organizations. The Cleveland Council on Arab Relations of Cleveland, Ohio, gave $304 on May 20 aa did the America Arabic Association of Boston. The American Arabic Council of Grosie Point Park, Mich., gave JIM. Persons connected with th« Ishiy»m» Corp. in San Francisco, Calif., donated $5.000 during the latest reporting period, bringing the total contribution* from the linn's personnel to at least $11,000 as of May 31. The Foreign Relations Committee chairman also got contributions totaling K4M from Memphis cotton brokers. Among the Fulbright committee's largest expenditures during the last reporting period were J53.952 to the Reuben H. Donnelley Corp. of Oak Brook, III for computer-produced letters and $18.000 to the Independent Voters of Arkansas. The report said the aim of tht latter group was to increas* voter registration of blacks. The $18,000 was paid to tht association on May 17 -- 1» days after the voter regislra- ion deadline -- according l» the report. M. J. Probst, a Little Rock attorney and member of th» state Claims Commission, wa» paid $23,000 by the committee during the last reporting period o bring his total receipts to 143.000, Probst has said he wai laid to get out the black and abor vote for Fulbright Several persons who received money early in the Fulbright campaign tor "contract serv- ces" also were listed in the l»t- est report as getting more money for "voter contact." James Blair, a co manager of the Fulbright campaign, hai said the contact services involved car polls to the polls and poll watchers, largely for th* black vote. Among contributors te th* Bumpers campaign were Brad Jesson of Fort Smith, former chairman of the state Democratic party, who gave $250: Joe Melton Jr. ol Lonoke. $500; W. H. Arnold Jr. of Tesarkana. SI.000; Bumpers' aides Tom McRae and Martin Borchert, both of Little Rock, $l.00» each; A. W- Ford, state education commissioner, 5500: and Thomas S. Arnold of Texarkana. $1.000. Bumpers' largest contribution so far apparently has com» from Jim Doolcy of Little Rock who gave a total of $1,423. Th« report said $203 of this was an in-kind contribution. Phillip G. Back, a Little Rock Jewish leader, gave $250 to th« Btrmpers campaign on May 24, Scheduled for trial this after bringing his total contribution* noon is Charles Meal. 23. 207 to $150. B. Spring Ave. Ncal is accused Bumpers got $3.300 from po of delivery of marijuana. Ilitiol action committees. DENNIS THE MENACE By K etc ham OVERLOOKING NORTHWEST ARKANSAS ri it CM KI ««£,uim, 11 juiy i^ \nm dream house you have been look- IMMACULATE 3 BR, \\'f bath, carpeted, antique brick home on Urge lot. Central h f a t , fireplace. Built-in oven and r a n g e , washer unA dryer eonnec- lions. Good garden spot. Separate storage- building, on HuntaVvUke Ronri, West of Easlgale Shopptnff Ccnler, Kor a p p o i n t m e n t . CALL HEINEY REALTY CO. FREEMAN Hwy. 16 East 442-9236 WAITING FOR YOU? Thk MEW J Br 2 Balh horn* waiting for lomeon* lo cUlm it; could il be yovirs? To a«e and i d c n l l f y call Jo Dodson -- 52I-6008 or 751-7637. Only »!1.SOO. FREEMAN IS'KW HOMfU m ilifdnrtiv* lot wUh lU ovlras -- wootburnlnil (irepfece, *lr conditioning. dishwathcr, »lf-d«rlric *v*n, la rze d*?rfc. fully r*rprt*d *iwl nvxti nrwr*. ftll K2Un» lor «^- WORTH YOUR MONEY BriCaT, S large hedronma, dintnff m, liv-i^gror.m. ceniral hcaf. d a r k oranje «rw([ rarr-t, wol [vu.Gljns 1hrmJK»iJt. Only J.S.OO. In Mflcolfl, turn r.orttx oft Hwy 63 M We*t titrtet- Ga 2 mtit* tad IM Ted LeukfoM. *t pointnwnt YOU'LL LOVE THE KITCHEN Or THIS 3 bedroom, IV) baths, c«dar ranch houM with over 1,400 iq. ft. in Bun«rfield School District. Low JO'S. Phon* 4425087. Plead* Innocent Janet Kay Stockton, 17 prlnKdalp. pleaded innocent Monday in Washington Circuit Court to a charge of possession of stolen property. Miss Stockton wns charged along wilh seven other persons last week in Spring-dale, and charged in connection with items taken in a break-in in Indiana. The same charge against one of these persons. Gary Dale Jordan. 22. Springdale. was dismissed Monday in Circuit Court. Trial for Miss Stockton wu set for Aug. 9. She is free on bone). OLDER HOME IN SPRINGOAIE «n · lot coned C-2 for future d«- T«kptnent. Now renting for mor« than cnouRh for payment. L.1v« In 1 unit r«nt th* other 2. Owner h» new Job end no Um« to manage. Will five mt termi lo th« right pcraon. 117.500. Call R a n d a l l Webb 5U-6300 or nlirhie call £21 MM. FREEMAN To Leave Hospital BRIDGEPORT, Conn. (AP) -- Clarence "Buster 1 ' Crabbe. the Olympic swimmer who also played "Tarzan" and "Flash Gordon." plans to leave St. Vincent's Hospital here today. A hospital spokeswoman satd he would go to hi* home in Scottsdale. Ariz., for further treatment (or nn undisclosed ailment. Crabbe. 65, was admit- tod k'rulay. 'Arty FRIEND HERE OONT BEUfeVt y» CAN PU£tT Hi6HER1HAM VWBOCV §1 TOWN.'

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