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47-- Real Estate-Far Sale- [47-Real Estate-For Sale- is acres '$'Â· room dwelling 1GOOO broilers, several out buildings, on U.S. hi way;; 2 acres plus old 4 room dwelling, old barn, spring and stream about \i mile off blacktop excellent spot for mdbile home, MiSOO. . , , . . : , . j Â· i 3fl .beautiful .acres, 24,000 laying hens, H/4 mile off blacktop. Immediate 'possession. 52,500 down, $74 'month.- Total'- price. $1,500. POSEY'S REAL ESTATE 824-3375 Lincoln,, Arkansas COUNTRY CORNER Nice 3 BR home with family room, central heat and air, situated in the 'cente^ ' tt 3 beautiful shaded acres on Northwest sEde of Elkins. $28.500.00. For appointment to see, call Col. Duffey Carler. 521-1300 or nltes 521-4122. , , BAKER m 1 r ASSOCIATES MJ BUY OF THE W E E K SE-1012 A very nice brick home, 3 bedrooms, -1 bath, nice size living room kitchen a n d dining room combination, central air condition, car port, u t i l i t y room, fenced backyard, metal u t i l i t y building, nice trees a n d . shrubs. A good buy for only Â§17,500.00. WELL LOCATED SPACIOUS SC-985 A very attractive brick, home featuring 3 large bedrooms 2 ] ,i baths, extra large Jiving room, den with fireplace, large kitchen with lola ol cabinets, fully carpeted, laundry room, patio large lot with trees shrugs, near, all schools. Call us for details. HIGH C H A P A R R A L SUB-DIVISION SC-1004 A beautiful brEck home ,3 bedrooms, formal living room family room with fireplace, beautiful kitchen and dining room, 2 baths, beautiful shag carpets, don't overlook this one. IMMEDIATE POSSESSION SC-1006 A very attractive 3 bedroom brick home, fully carpeted, large family room with fireplace, large bed- 47-RÂ«a1 Estate-For Salt- | 110 ACRES 7 miles southwest of Faycttcvili con 265 HI way. Just right for small tracts. Sell all or a n y p a r t , J. D. N E I L L REAL ESTATE Rogers, Ark. Phone 636-374 S For Sale By Owner LARGE COMFORTABLE FAMILY HOME IN GREENLAND AREA Four of five bedrooms living, dining, breakfast room, kitchen, office with huge built in desk and one wall of bookshelves, plus two full baths, central heat and air-conditioning carpeted, large redwood iundeck, lots of trees on big lot. Completely fenced with chain link, Extra storage building makes nice playhouse. School bus picks up children at a.m. Can be available by the lime Greenland school starts. Phone 521-1522. IH PRAIRIE Grove. Cozy 2 bedroom home with lull basement Heavily shad- fid lot. waifc to school aod lovrn. Call Blf-2515 for appointment. ONLY $17,250.00 N f C E AREA -- CLOSE TO ALL DENNIS THE MENACE By Ketcham REALTORS 1618 N. College. REALTOR 521-1300 Â· Â· 2 ACRES 2 Bedroom home, strong well, tree-shaded yard, large garden. Edlprbelt Land, Brokers 443-4541 or 521-2855 2075 N. Collgee SUBURBAN REAL ESTATE CO. R6MTOR Pam Brown 412-8877 Hwy. tS E. Phone 443-2050 . Broker Eon Slherwood Debra Cowan 521-7055 rooms, 2 baths, a real neat kitchen and dining area central air. A good buy for $27,000,00. 275 ACRE CATTLE RANCH FD-38 This is one of the finest stock farms in the area.- live water runs t h r u farm .some up]arid, mostly bottomland, a beautiful brlrtc home nice large barn, farm is ideally located. Now running around 100 head of adult cattle plus calves. 40 ACRE FARM FC-58 Real nice level 40 acres ] /z mile oft Hwy. 261 new fences with steel posts. Small barn with corral, land nil open and seeded in fpscue, 2 ponds, a good buy for Â£800,00 per acre. 6 MfLES OF FAYETTEVILLE SC-52 A very nice 45 acre tract of land seeded in grass, some trees, natural gas available, this is ideal for sub- u r b a n .living. No improvements, price only $36,000.00. FOR RENT Office building 903 Backus St. BEACON REALTY CO. HWY 45 EAST This fabulous three bedroom house is set off the highway in beautiful private 12 acres of woods with ar unbelievable view. This contemporary architect designed house has 2 J /2 baths ^ivingroom with fireplace/, familyroom and sundecks off several of the many rooms. The ultimate in living. This lovely house has storage space galore. You'll just-have, to see it to appreciate all the extras. Only $67,000. NEW HOME 129,500 can buy a lovely home on . 3i acre lot on 45-Epst. This is a unique home with much to offer. Call us So we can show you this fully equipped home. INVESTMENT PROPERTY Triplex with excellent occupancy. all brjck, total electric, central - air and heat, carpeted living room, two bedrooms, furnished. 40 ACRES Mostly wooded. Located in Brent- wood'area, approximately 4 miles from Hwy- 71. $13,400 with possible Â· terms.- ;-; -EXCELLENT VIEW The most beautful building site In the area. The White River adjoins the property. 25 acres open wilh a few large trees left. If you want about 10 miles from Fayetteville with a beautiful building site call u*. $32,000, terms available . 45 EAST If you need a three bedroom home, all brick, wiht m a n y extras like workshop large lot with huge garden area, see this -one for only Â¥30,400. 10 ACRES . ] \'y miles off 16 West. 8 acres of . beautiful woods with approximate- Â· ly 2 acres open for building. Located about S'/z miles from Fayetteville. A lot of land for such a reasonable price of $8.500. BUILDING SITES We have 2 aero tracts for YOUR NEEDS -- Three bedrooms -- Tile bath -- Living room -- dining room -- Dining aren -- Large kitchen -- Utility room -- carport -- Deep fenced yard with storage building and garden spot -- Out of state owner says sell and he will carry the loan. ' . ONLY $21,500.00 CLOSE IN NOHTHEAST -VERY CONVENIENT -- Living room with fireplace -- large dining room -- Two bedrooms anl sludy or could be three bedrooms -- Two baths -Large basement with workshop and storage -- Central heat and air conditioning -This is hard lo beat. ONLY $29,750.00 HOOT SCHOOL -- VERY NICE NEIGHBOR HOOD -- Three bedrooms -- Two nice baths --Â· Living room -- Family room with native stone fireplace and sliding glass door to a patio -Complete modern kitchen with breakfast area and walkin pantry -- Garage -- Corner lot -Very nice and a real buy at todays prices -- Will carry a ninty or ninty five percent loan. * Si!E% PRACTICE' TO GOTO THE LIBRARY.OR SQWETHIN'.* Across from AQ Chicken House-Hwy 71 North Springdole, Arkansas Office Ph. 751-7473 Earl Sherry Gary Jech Carol Hinds .BROKER McMillan 'Bob" 751-2959 75 T-2196 248-1T93 751-9788 KINCA1D COMPANY Georgo W. Lewis Mike R. Watson Hugh Kincaid Margaret Huntley IB REALTOR Exact Status Oi Archbishop Makarios Is Still Unclear Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Thurs., July 25, 1974. FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS 2! Hammerschmidt Sees Delay Causing Loss Oi Confidence 521-S054 521-1340 BY OWNER: 2^ ticces, modernized old er House, large barn, huge trees, branch fenced, close-in, $11,500, terms. 613-5269 FAR BELOW REPLACEMENT Cost, this Fay Jones designed contemporary is an excellent buy. Very unique with entry contains an indoor greenhouse with many flowering plants visible from livin area. Thousands in stone wo alone plus ALL THERMOPANE GLASS for economy and comfort, 3 bdrms, 3 baths, large open living and dining^ well designed kitchen wilh loads of cabinels, almost an acre lhat's beautifully landscaped and ullra private. One of a kind. NEAR SCHOOL BUT PRIVATE The" seclusion made possible trees and plantings playground of by screens the Root School, yet HAVE IT MADE IN THE SHADE of the large trees surrounding this three bedroom home near UofA campus. Priced to sell, in mid 20 s. Call Harry Truman Moore, 521-8943. LIKE TO ENTERTAIN? Then try one of these four bedroom homes with great views of Fayette- ATHENS, Greece (AP) -The new civilian government of Greece lias freed all political -prisoners and recognized Archbishop Makarios as president of Cyprus. But the new head of the Greek Cypriot regime on the island, President Glafcos Clerides, said lie would not hand the office back to Ihe archbishop. One o f ' Premier Constantino Caramanlis* first acts after naming a 12-man cabinet on Wednesday was to declare a general amnesty tor all those jailed for political dissent dur ing the seven years of mililarj dictatorship. Citizenship was restored all who had been deprived of it including actress Molina Mer couri, leftist political leader An dreas Papandreou and com poser Mikos Theodorakis. Th new government emptied the Yiaros Island concentration camp and shut it down. Theodorakis flew home from Paris and said he thought the WASHINGTON CAP) - Pres- dent Nixon's decision lo h a n d ver the 64 Watergate related apes sought by the special rosccutor came as no 'surprise 0 the only Republican in the \ r k a n s a s congressional dclega- ion. Rep. John Paul Ham- ncrschmidl said Wednesday hat Nixon had no choice but to agree lo turn over the tapes of Vliitc House conversations. Hammerschmidt said the dc cision by the U.S. Supreme Jlourt should not be allowed to lelay the impeachment proceedings. "The longer the delay bj Congress the greater the frus (ration of the people and the irealer Ihe loss of confidence 1 n- g o v c r n m e n t , ' ' Ham mcrschrhidt said. He said all of that would ad up to a diminished ability o l e g i s l a t i v e a n d executiv branch to deal with issues sue as i n f l a t i o n and the gcnerj .welfare of the economy. Hammerschmidt said it \va 'the duty of the judicial branc of governmmcnt lo define Ih law. Presidential lawyer ,!ame St. Clair announced Wednesda night lhat Ihe President had d cided to comply wilh th court's order. DOCTRINE IS BASIC Hammerschmidt said Ih doctrine of separation of po 1 crs "is basic to our system reening by federal Judge hn J. Sirica. Thornton observed thai the resident has refused lo make r t a i n tapes, including some ol ose subpoenaed by Ihe spccia alergale prosecutor, available Ihe commillee. "If an o f f e r had been made night lo produce additional alcrial for Ihe committee srlainly I would h a v e consid ed very carefully whether i' ould not be desirable lo re eive lhat material," Thornloi lid. Rep. Bill Alexander, D-Ark. ecHncd to commcnl on cithe Supreme Court decision o ixon's decision. Alexander di ay "no man in America i Lake Levels , LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Lake Bevels LEVEL . CHANGE Beaver 1121.1 Table Rock 920 B u l l Shoals 675 Norfork 563.7 Grcers Ferry 163.2 d.3 d.t d.3 d.4 d.3 above the law." Rep. Wilbur D. Mills and Sens. John L. McClellan and J. W. Fulbright, all D-Ark., also declined to comment on Ihe decision. EXPERT WATCH REPAIR . Â· ' ' ' ' ' . Â· 1' SWIFTS Zl North Wnolt St. How to buy eipensive suits-inexpenslvely gg!CUSTOM TAILORS In Fayetteville for Two Days, July 25, 26 DON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY Get custom measured for your mail ordar man suits, sport coals shirts, ladies suits, dresses, formalwear, coats. SALE! SALE! SALE! SEtECT FROM THOUSANDS DF IMPORTED SAMPLES Now 70.00' 42.00 21.00 6.00 78.00 ' 1 iHÂ«"; knit suits JBaKW 68.00 . Lad.es k "" Es Â«'Â« LUD|NG DUTV ,, MAILING CALL FOR APPOINTMENT MASTER TAILOR: S. Itaincsli at the Holiday Inn Tel: 413-432:5 phone anytime: If not In, leÂ«vÂ« your rume 1 phorcÂ« number. Regular Men's English worsted suits taftOOl Double knil/Ceshmcrespt. jacket ;S8:OQ: Men's slacks SftOQ: Men's shirls Ladies/Men's Cashm. Top Coats ville. All have three bedrooms, two balhs, central air fireplaces, and notes t h a t can be assumed. Call Harry Truman Moore, 521-8943. s OHULTZ Realtors TARNSFERRED OWNER SAYS SELL! Excellent : location within walking distance to Root School. 3 BR, '. ba. home with formal LR. large den with B*P, kitchen with all built-Ins and large lot. Priced a1 $34,500. For ah appt. to see, coll Pauline McKinney at 521-I30D or nltes, 521-1549. BAKER ASSOCIATES REALTOR REALTORS 1618 N. College 521-1300 makes It so convenient for children. Near new 4 bdrm, 3 bath home with vaulted ceilinged den with FP, nicely decorated and a good buy in today's zooming cost market Quick possession, too. OLDER 2 STORY So many people want to remodel to their own satisfaction, and this 4 bedroom with large living, dining room. 2 bath home offers the space and quality of construction you want. On 1,5 acres close in and lots of large shade trees. To settle estate. 3'/ 2 PRIVATE ACRES Surround this pretty 5 bedroom, 4Vz bath home just off Hwy 265. Used brick exterior and shake roof blend into the tree studded lot, large living room, formal dinin g, paneled den, carpeting and drapes all nicely blended InsEde for quiet family living and entertaining. Almost 4,000 sq, f t , of quality construction you can't duplicate for the price, on a $20,000 plus acreage in restricted area. We think it's a good buy tool CUSTOM fiUILT 4 BEDROOM In Oaks Maiior. First time on the market, owner built home has lor- mal living, dining 'rooms, galley kitchen with dinette, paneled den with FP, carpeled and draped 2 heat and AC units, 3 full baths. 2 car garage. PLUS privacy fenced back yard with Hod barn storage and well you buy. Listed by JuUe Eaves. AYLOR Property Management Specialists 521-2717 1765 N. Collega Hwy. 11 And Green Acres Road Fayetteville. Ark Harry Truman Moore . 521-8* Keith I.. Schultz ' Wanda Yac Joe Durden "NUTS" Hickory Nut trees ana Oak trees with a new house wedged between. Located olf 45 E. on Lunsford it. and only one block from Hoot School. Price $29.900. IN THE PINES Vew house almost finished just off Old Wire Road North on Yvonne St. A private setting at streets end. A short distance from Butterlield School. Good time to pick colors. MT. SEQUOYAH Contemporary paÂ« with 2 bedrooms, wet bar, fireplace, and large party deck. Private lreÂ» covered setting with view. Holland House Inc. 442-2740 or 4-13-2724 return to power of Caramanlis was a positive step. But he pointed out that "the political left is excluded" from the government. CENTER TO UIGHT The cabinet members are all centrists or rightists, and men D! economic and bureaucratic expertise, indicating Cara- manlis planned a speeds' assault on inflation and other economic woes. Foreign 'Minister George Mavros, also the deputy premier, announced the new regime's repudiation of the coup in Cyprus, generally believed to have been the work of the dictatorship. He said Greece "has accepted fully the United Nations Security Council decision on Cyprus . . . . We, therefore, recognize President Makarios as the legal head of Cyprus." But in Nicosia, the Cvnript capital, President Clarides said the people of Cyprus should de- kiddle clubhouse, level lot landscaped. See this before GOOD 2 bedroom modern house Eo be moved, $1,100.' S21-352f, SMVOii house Jn Lincoln, two blocks from iquare, garden space, only ?6.500- Phone 443-5273 or 15-216*. 1985 N. College Julie Eaves Jan Henson Wllma CooUck IxDrts Stanton 521-7087 442-3744 cide the presidency; would hold an election present himself for But !ie warned thai owner. Northeast. Throe bedrooms batlis. Formal livin? and dining. Den ,,,,!! fireplace. One year old. O^tom draperies. Near Root School. $33,M. 2132 Win wood. 443.5510. BY" OWNER. -- BuHcrfieU, four bedroom, familyroom-f i replace f 11 vLntfroom, two baths, wooded lot. 521-2014, except 2:00 pjn.-l:00 p.m., jro 1972 TOYOTA 2-DooT Hardtop, vinyl roof, factory air conditioning / qu- lomatic transmission, low mileage, extra clean. Wheeler Motor Co. toe. Evl PHONE 443-3458 W\ 3244 N. College Â·"Â»Â· (Highway 71 North) Open 8 to 7 DO.HIGH FOOD COSTS tempt you to become a "cily farmer"? we have just the home for you! 1 Cull acre under fence with good garden spot large barn, workshop cily water plus a well to water your garden from. Older 2','z bedroom home that has been completely reconditioned and looks good! School bus at the door to Happy Hollow School and the price is the best part. 52,1,500. For an appt. lo see, call Pauline McKinney at 521-1300 or nltcs, 521-1549. NEW SUBDIVISION Now starling two-three-iour bedroom homes. All have large tam- ily rooms wilh fireplace. Two baths and large two car garages, all bulltins. Quality construction throughout. Drive up Mockingbird Lane today and choose your home. Financing available. GINTON10 BLDG. CO, Phone 521-3373 after 5:00 p.m. or 521-1753 9 a . m - t o S p.m.. BARER ASSOCIATES REALTORS 161S N. College 521-1300 legal Notices NOTICR OF FILING OF APPLICATION FOR A RETAIL BEER PERMIT ON PREMISE Notice Is herby Riven lhat the undersign cd has filed with Ihc Department o Alcoholic Beverage Control of the Stale of Arkansas tor s permit to sell ant dispense beer at retail. 701 South Thompson, sprmgaaie Washington CounEy. The undersigned states that ha ix a citizen of good moral character, t"-il lie has never been convicted of a felony or olher crime involving moral lurpllurie; ihal no license to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within five years last past; and that the uiulersrgncd has never been convicted of vlolaUng the law* of this State, or any other Stale, relative to the sale of Alcoholic been resident BY owner Four bedrooms, living room and family room, fully carpeted, built- ins IV- balhs, 100x200 comer Jot, fenced yard Close to UofA school and shopping, 1600 sq. ft Phone 41Z-8S16 for appointment, THREE to six: acres Improve^ land. Sev- ne miles Southwest of Fayctlevilte, $1,100 per acre. I6-3319 or KM-S903. Liquors; that he has ol the State of Arkansas fnr nt least two (2) years; and that he was a qualified elector in Iho last preceding General Election. Application is for a permit to be issued for operation beginning on the 25lh day o( July, J97J, and lo expire on (be 30lh day ot June 1975, lA*na Mae Wilson, Applicant Tomrmc's Lounge, Business Subscribed and sworn to before me this LEASING FOR A BUSINESS, PROFESSION, OR JUST AN INDIVIDUAL Our Pontiacs and Cadillacs are equipped and tailored 1o your needs, whatever Ihey might be. Why lease from a large leasing company? They must purchase the cars from a dealer, teasing from us will give you the best possible in [easing prices and service. HATFIELD Rental Leasing, Inc. Â· ... Â· 22 E. Meadow Fayetteville, Ark. Phono 442-2303 JOlh da; or July, 1974 John W. ^^u^plly 1 Commission expires: 2-I-77 (SEAM 3Tte 18. 25 Nolary Public Senate Vote WASHINGTON (AP) -- Sen. John L. McClellan, D-Ark., voted Wednesday for a motion to insist on the House's antibus- ing provisions (or a $25.2 billion education bill. The measure failed in the Senate on a vote of 55-42. Sen. J. W. Fulbright, D-Ark., voted to reject the motion, and he "not later than within a Tew months." Asked if Makarios could r u n , he said: "In a free country every citizen has the right to election." "it would he a very unwise move for Makarios to come back under the present conditions." The 61-year-old archbishop was proclaimed president automatically last year for a third- five year term when no candidate opposed him. Now in New York, he said earlier this week he planned to return to Cyprus in a few weeks. But there was no immediate comment From him on derides' statements. CLOSEST ASSOCIATE Clerides was Makarios' closest associate, political heir ent the president of the House of Representatives. T h e latter post made him the constitutional successor to the president, and he moved into the top spot Tuesday a f t e r the collapse of the dictatorship in Athens pulled the rug from under the coup leaders in Cyprus. No major f i g h t i n g was reported on Cyprus Wednesday, but the Indian commander of the United Nations peacekeeping f o r c e reported indications Wednesday night that 405-500 Turkish troops with tanks were digging in 500 yards from the Nicosia airport and would try o seize it d u r i n g the night. Secretary General K u r t Wald- leim called the Security Council into emergency session in New York io deal with the reported throat. But Turkish Foreign Minister Turan Guncs sent Waldheim a message assuring him t h a t Turkey would not threaten or use force against the troops at the airport. Several council members said they were satisfied, and the council adjourned. Â· Meanwhile, a contingent of 500 British troops in armored cars was reported on its way to the airport from British in south Cyprus to bolster the U.N. force. Clerides accused the Turks of moving heavy armor since the cease-fire. Gunes, Greek Foreign Minister Mavros and British Foreign Secretary James Callaghan were to meet in Geneva tonight to begin peace negotiations for Cyprus. Their three nations are the guarantors of the Island's independence under the treaty lhat freed it from Britain in 1960. It was expected that the ministers would meet Tor about he group is to begin concrete cgoliatians to resolve such is- "Wliat the Supreme Court (I ues as the withdrawa lot the cision finally boils down to, who shall inlerpr sues as the withdrawal of t h e the Constitution. .'urkish invasion forces, the fn- Hcp. Kay Thornton, member of the House Judicia lire government of Cyprus Committee, noted that the lug Jreek majority and the Turkish minority on Cyprus. OPEN DAILY 9-10; SUN. CLOSED JR. JEANS 2.76 10-oz. cotton denim westernflares.4-7. POLO SHIRTS 1.00 2.28 No-Iron polyester/ cotton. P-oys' 4-7. FLARE PANTS 9 Â£.Â» ;j.9G Collon denim. ular. slim. BOYS' KNITS 2.50 Bigger hoys cotton nylon terry knit. JR. 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