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47--Rent Estate--For Sal» [47--Roo'l Estato-For Sals 47-Roal Ettat«-For Safe-- 47-Real Estate-For Sale-- 47-Real Estate-For OF^HOMES* Two Locations . ZBQQ N. College NW Ark. Plaza 521-7272 A f t e r 8 p.m. Call Plaza Gallery at 521-7275 YOU'LL BE SURPRISED T ,No. 750 when you sec the beautiful .-remodeling ,-job that's been done · ' o n 1 his " older home. Three bed,- rooms give tho space you need and ; the central heat and air provide the comfort your family requires, all . for the price of J13,5QQ. Call 521- 7272'Lee Ward. WHAT A VJEWJ No. 979. That's right! This lovely house js in West Fork, but you can »cc the University from t h e inside of this 3 bedroom, a LI-electric .. home with fireplace, or from the sundeck. Best of all is the price) 522,795. Call 521-7272 or after hours Poly Bell 751-1952. . FAY JONES CONTEMPORARY Very attractive open design home · with brick and cedar exterior, large atone entry with indoor garden and ·tone fireplace opening to the spa- clous, cathedral eeilinged living, · dining and kitchen area. Window - · walls opening to patio and private back yard. 3 bedrooms. 3 full baths, central beat and air, and 'i a 2 car garage, all on approx. one " acre of landscaped, private tot. ' Priced below replacement. 3% PRIVATE ACRES Surround this 5 bedroom Early "- American Hi story with used brick, shake roof, 4!fe baths and almost .4,000 sq. ft., of living area. Formal living, formal dining, spacious mar. ble-flnor*d entry, paneled den with ;'. fireplace, huge brick patio off den '" for summer fun.- Very liveable r, home for an executive family. - ON SUNSET Contemporary 5 bedroom, 4 bath Jiomc designed by Fay Jones and situated on one acre of beautifully ' -'landscaped lot. Cathedral celling living room with extra large fireplace, convenient center kitchen, lots of closets and storage, lower level playroom, central heat and air (2 systems), and a great view. Easy walk to U of A and Levcrett. Owner says it has about 5,000 feet of living area. Owner wants monthly payments, not much down payment. Owns a good 20 acres on blacktop. Has 100 acres leased on yearly bases. 6 f xl2' Mobile home, 2 bcdroonis, central heat. Rock building containing a guest bedroom and utility and storage room. Usable barn. 3 ponds. Insulated 32'x300' broiler house all automatic and Insulated. The price Is J35000. Or you can buy It w i t h o u t the mobile home at a negotiated figure. It you arc a man with moderate means you should look at the place and the terms offered by the owner. A top-of-lhe-mountaln view, li good acres, like new steel trussed 375'x32' broiler house. Comfortable 2 bedrooms and den with fire- ilace with small room that could jc used for small childs bedroom Has 2 ponds and 2 wells. Family orchard. Its a selling price at 538.000. A good 80 at Lincoln, level, half open living stream, 3 bedroom home, good-cellar. $54,000. Terms. 21 acres mostly good truck farming land 3 room house, barn, pump bouse. Mobile home hook-up, small laying house. Buy It all for 815,000. Half of H for $7500, Oversized 2 bedroom home with home and Grounds well kept. Den. Rock fireplace. 36 assorted f r u i l trees, ggod garden. .20 good leva. open acres. 2 car garage! storage building. 3 ponds. New carpeting, Near Hindsville. $32,500. 5 acres just 5 miles west oE Fay- elteville, 2 acres open. 3 acres woods 2 bedrooms, bath kitchen and living room. Home 4 years old. Price 515,500. Small home near 71 in West Fork, city water .9 of an acre. Attractive 2 bedroom home nicely finished. SUBURBAN REAL ESTATE CO. REALTOR Hwy. IS E. Phone 443-2050 Bon Sherwood Pam Brown Deborah Cowan 521-7055 4 HWY 45 EAST This fabulous three bedroom house Is set off the highway in beautiful. private 12 acres of woods with an unbelievable view. This contemporary architect designed house has 2 YI baths .livingroom with fire- 1109 Eastwood Lovely 3 b r*/-vi r-\ ant * f r a m e conevtnlon- ."itJI U ree shaded corner lot. sj ^ /u1 ^ i. 2866 Centerwood 1750 square feel oE comfortable living, 3 be r+/-\\ r\ iths. formal living rni., lLJLL) wllh (Ire- place, kite V-F ^*^ i built-ins. The landscaping surrounding thts b/v home Is nice, Price ?31.0QO. 260S Stagecoach Drive Practically o^Nl p\ room wllh large farm OxJLU 5 one ** a real buy a Cline Street all for $24, '·£' SOLD fOR. SALE BY OWNER Three bedroom, brick, deti with fireplace, .two baths, two car garage with, electric opener, large u t i l i t y room. FM-AM radio intercom fully carpeted, drapes, fenced backyard, self-cleaning range, gar- base disposal. Central heat and air. Oak Manor area. Call 1-13-2025 a f t e r 5 p.m. VKRY PRIVATE, 1 bedroom collate on 1 acre, has rarpcl, only 15 minutes I FayellovHte. ROW. Phone JftSKO 442-4353. of extras-- All well fenced. Good well for irrigation. Priced to sell at 510,000. Business property for sale, lease, or build to suit tenant. 9 acres total, will sell 1 acre or all. Will l-ive long building and . term lease. Will build . lease or lease with option to buy. With the flexibility o£ the owner If you are Inclined toward a business you should cnecK this. 10 acres on County road and mountain stream for $3250. Or buy 15 acres for $4900. G and 3 ,i acres in city with city water. On blacktop, lots of good building sites. J5QOO. 30% down and owner-financed. $300 an acre land in small tracts. Small down. 80 acres for 58000. Your best buys are found at NEWLIN REALTY CO. 839-252S or 839-2259 West Fork, Arkansas place, family room and sundecks off several of the many rooms. The ultimate in living. This lovely house has storage space galore. You'll have to see it to appreciate all the extras. Only $67.000. LOVELY HOME This three bedroom home Is located on a beautiful shaded one acre plus. Living room with sunken den containing fireplace, I 1 ,a baths, screened porch and patio, large storage room, central air and heat Butterfield School District, $27,800. NEW HOME J29.5QO can buy a lovely home on S A acre lot on 45 East. This is a unique home with much to offer. Call us so we can show you this fully equipped home. 50 ACRES The most beautful building site In the area. The White River adjoins the property. 25 acres open with a Jew large trees left. If you want about 10 miles fro m Fayetteville with a beautiful'building site call its. $32,000, terms available . 10 ACRES 114 miles off 16 Wast. $8.500. BUILDING SITES We have 2 acre tracts for 56,000. Hyland Park 2000 sq. ft. of custom built, brick- veneer moi e/~\\ r\ bedrooms Dutch kitcl NLJLU lvin .* room, large faml! v i fireplace. Something special at $45,000. Hyland Park A new concept jn custom built homes. Extra large family room with firep tx*Ni «-x 'ooms optional 4th : SOLD rs - Kitchen with ever v^"*-*" n g alcove. Price $43,000, HOMES FOR EVERYBODY Give Us A Price Range -- We've Got The Home For You. St6,500 -- 3 bedroom. 2 balh, 1 Block from campus. Terms. $2D,500 -- Bed wood, 3 bedroom. I 1 , bath, Dbl. fireplace. AU bulll ins $37.000 -- Colonial brick 3 bedrooi 2 bath Dbl. garage. 2.200 sq. ft heated .Fireplace and basement, 2243 N. College 52M180 1985 N. College Julie Eavea Jan Henson Wilma Coolick Loris Stanton 521-6509 521-7087 442-S744 514G per month, owner carry part oi equity. Thcee bedroom, carpeted, . Hi baths, ffaraffe. 442-SSSl. Owner transfer- College " "Developers of Hyland Park" 7--Real Estate--For Sals JO AGUES mountain property, JO om Kaycltcvillo, ?3X) per acre. 13-3315. Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Wed., Aug. 7, 1974 FAYETTtVILLE, ARKANSAS , Call KLL OR TKATE: Well established cab- net shop. 60x36, fully /urn!shed: plus room house. All on 2 acres with 300 h l f i h w a y frontage. BY OWNER br. 2300 sq. H. home on view lot vilh huge Irees In Sunset Addition SW ol UofA. 2 br., lr, with f i r e place, kllchen breakfast room, ath on upper level. 2 br, family room with fireplace, bath and large itillty on lower level. Double car- porl, porch workshop, and fenced Backyard. Under S-10.000. No brokers, please. 521-5071. FARM BARGAIN 21',2 acrcs with older, modern. 2. bedroom native stone house with wood-burning fireplace. Good well small barn and cellar. S acrcs ir woodland, balance pasture. Locate* approximately 6 miles from Prairie Grove In Lincoln School District only 2 miles from paved highway Priced at $16,500 for quick sale. HOMES FOR AMERieftNS Larry Dowcll Jo Anne Slanberry Gladys Sonneman Bill Preece B. L. Lewis J. W. Gabcl Jim Llndsey NICE Rental Propsrly: s Unll krick apartment house. Goo4 location, excellent term*. For details call 443-5278 or 751-917. 521-5700 442-9463 521-5575 FIVE BEDROOMS Can -you believe 5 bedrooms 2 REALTOR Call: Patt Carmtchael Bill Keeton Maxine Smith Mildred Graue Bill C. Graue Mary Ann Rhodes 521-3702 521-5260 KM. 2585 North College fAiETTEVULE ARKANSAS WOODED and WONDERFUL! BY OWNER: 5 beautiful wooded acres in Northeast section, s u r rounded ly some of the city s most prestigious homes. Lovely view. Only minutes from downtown. Ideal site for y o u r dream home or lor development Phone 531-1077. Legal Notices-- MEED CASH Yor the equity In, your house or apartment, call us. FRONTIER You have blacktop road just 3 l /i miles from bypass. You have one good acre o£ land with .good garden spot, You have a small two bedroom house just like new. with fireplace, two rooms carpeted and .two small porches. You have several nice Maple shade trees. You have filtered spring water. LOVELY SPACIOUS HOME 2,500 sq. ft. oC luxury living area. 4 bedrooms and 2 full baths upstairs Separate heatlne and cooling for upstairs. Large livlngroom with native Ktqiie fireplace, large gar room 'separate study, large kitch' with 0 ft. snack bar. diningroom, . . utilityroom, and large , bath , downstairs, plus large, 2 car ga rage. Marble top vanities in all baths. Richly carpeted, mostly pan- pled. Beautiful and unusual styling, native stone and frame exterior with nice view on H'a ncrci plus many other extras. By owner 830-2879. NEW HOMES REAL ESTATE Company 1015 N. College 521-6700 ftEALKXJ "Bill" Lazenby 521-5833 Les Davis 521-4448 Doug Hartley 442-6446 baths and fireplace for ?33,5QO. If you have a large family, see it t o d a y , NEAR CITY PARK Just 'walk across the street and you're in the city park. This older home could be a nice home for a young couple or students. 2 bedroom. 1 bath $18,500.00. BEAUTIFUL VIEW This one year new home is convenient to almost everything yet it is away from traffic. 5 bedroom, 3 baths and 2 car garage. NE location and Butterfield School district makes 1 (his a very desirable home. $64,500. LOTS OF LOTS These building 'sites are convenient to almost everything yet secluded enough to keep you from feeling crowded. Call James Freeman for all the details. OLD WIRE ROAD 3 bedrooms lla bath, central heat and air and" a convenient location. A little work and this home will be perfect for your family. $24,500. IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY Ranch style home tiear UofA. Three bedrooms xvith extras. Priced in mid 20's. Call Harry T r u m a n Moore, 521-89-13. s, T IOHULTZ Realtors . AYLOR 17IB N ' Co1 "" Property Management Specialists 521-2717 BY owner. Oafe Manor, tour bedrooms, two halhj, famllyroom, livlnzroom. lots of storage. Phone 521-2014 except 1-4. BY OWNER 4 sceiuc restricted acres overlooknrg and bordering Beaver Laic with 4 bedrooms, 3V1 baths, double, itolur- al 'rock fireplace, Ihermopane window's and doors. 8" Insulation, double drive- UirouEh garage. Cuslom "hulll for low maintenance. El-level over 3,000 sq, ft. homo Also harn A corral \rilh. many olher pvtras. Just out of Hpringdale. Call a(ler 5:00 751-8137. NOTICE CH 74-607 Kolico is hereby given that Edna Colo has filed her cx-parte petition lo and confirm title to Ihe following cribcrt real property, situated In Wash ington County, Arkansas, to-wil: Part ol the West half WA of Soul Invest, Quarter (SWl'tl ol Section Eighteen ( I B ) in Township Seventeen (17) North, Range Twenty-eight (33) West, dc scribed as toltovvs, to-w i t: Beginning nL tho Norihvrcsl corner nt saici SO ncra tract and running thence Soulh DO dcg. 50 mlri. East 6S3.6 feel: thence South 0 dcg. 21 min. West 33 feet: thence South 89 tleg. 50 min, East G5.4 tcet, to the East line thereof; thence Soulb, 0 ttcg. 42 mfn. We it 237.5 feet; thence South 27 fieg- 10 min. 739.3 feet; thence North 45 tlee. 39 min. East -167,9 leet: thenc« Soulh 0 dcg. 42 min. West 1930 feel to the Southeast corner; Ihence North S3 deg. 50 min. West 12DS.3 feet more or less, to the Southwest comer; thence Norlii HWO feet, more or less, to the point or beginning. "NUTS" Hickory Nut trees ana O.ik trees with a new house wedged between. Located off 45 E. on Lunsford St, Yo u can own this proper ty for J13.500 and owner will finance more thaji 80% of this amount. You need to look at this today, NEWLIN REALTY CO. 839-2522 or 839-2259 · ' West Fork, Arkansas WINSLOW, ARKANSAS Enjoy the Unique surroundings of tliis beautiful mountain top home -- Civil War Period. 5 acres including 5 bedrooms, 2 fireplaces, central -heat, organic garden f r u i t trees, and greenhouse. Owners. 532,500. Also 112 acres being broken up into 2 to' 40 acre pieces. Phone 501-634-3105. BY Owner, three bedroom brick, two Kath, central heal central air. kitchen ·wllh all bullWns, double garage, fenced yard. $35,500. Phone 751-3775. 3 and 4 bedrooms, large tamily- rooms with fireplace. 2 baths, 2 car garages, all built-ins r central a/c. Drive up Mockingbird Lane today and choose ycmr home. Fin- nacing available. GINTONIO BLDG. CO. Phone 521-3313 after 5:00 p.m. or 521-1753 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. PRAIRIE GROVE New three bedroom- two bath, beautifully carpeted, fireplace, central heat and air. dishwasher and disposal. Also new three bedroom, H'a bath, central heat and air, dishwasher and two car garage. Schools just two blocks, q u i e t street. Call Cart Reeves, Builder, 4432773 or see on Angus Drive. BY BUILDER -- New 3 bedroom, hath, fireplace, dishwasher, air conditioner 2 car garage with remote control door, near Asbeli School. 4-13-RST3. and only one block from Root School. Price $29,900. IN THE PINES New house almost finished just off Old Wire Road North on Yvonne St. A private setting at atrcets end. A short distance from. Butterfield School. Good llmo to pick, colors. MT. SEQUOYAH Cent emp orary pact with 2 bedrooms, wet bar, fireplace, and large party deck. Private tree covered setting with view. Holland House Inc. 442-2740 or 443-Z724 BY OWNER. Tfcreo bedroom, builtins, fireplace, garden spot, on 2$4 lots above West Fork. $13,000. Phone 839.2SS4. ^ OWN A HOME If you can't afford a biff payment but are tired of renting, see this 3 bedroom 1 bath home lor $14,500. STRAWBERRY HILL BEAUTY New contemporary brick borne with fireplace and vaulted beamed ceilings in the family room. 3 bedrooms and 2 baths. $46,500. WAIT FOR DEVELOPMENT If you have the time to wait look at this 2 bedroom rent house on ion feet of 71 S Highway frontage $17,500, . . ' ; UNDER CONSTRUCTION Wo have four homes presently under construction.' from barely started to near completion. Drive by our homes on Mayberry Street on Strawberry Hill or Shawnee Cove in Indian Head Subdivision. Then give us a call for more information. 531.500 to $46,500. FREEMAN 110 ACRES 7 miles southwest ol Fay ettey i ll eon. 2G5 Hi way. Jus t right for small tracts. Sell all or any part, J. D. NEILL REAL ESTATE Rofiers, Ark. Phone 636-8749 All person* having or claiming an nlcrest in said real property are hereby lolitied lo appear and show cause why her title should not be suited and oon- irmed. Dated thts 19 day of July, 1974. Alma KolLmeyer Clerk of Chancery Court, Washington County, Arkansas By: Kathleen Harness. D.C. (Seal) 31, SI, Aug. 7, 1-i Two Locations 28DO N. College NW Ark. Plaza REAL ESTAJE KBAITOR 1617 N. College 521-6300 A GREAT BUY This well built attractive Bungalow could be your Dream home, luxury carpet. Two Big bedrooms, Dining room Close fo Post Office This plus a 2 bedroom and bath with connecting breczeway. A total of 4300 square feet of lovely living, each room wilh its own special Individuality. More than 12 rooms with large jjarage. On 15 acres of special land located on White river with a "Park-like" Selling. Swimming, fishing and irrigation for the special landscaping ihat would go wilh the immense lawn. City Water Natural £as. Truely the spot that you and yours can. enjoy Ihe rest of your life. It's pirced below markte at only 170,000. By appointment only. Newlin Realty West Fork, Ark. 521-7272 After 6 p.m. Call Plata Gallery at 521-7275 DUPLEX No. i»4. T/* years old. Each side has 1 bedroom, 1 bath living room and kitchen. Rents for §80 per month, on each side. $13,350. Owner will finance. Call 521-7272 or a f t e r hours Muriel Howard 521-2083. 6-UNIT APARTMENTS No. 99G 11 years, old. Each unit 1 bedroom, 1 bath, kitchen and living room. Each side rents for J80 per month. 536,600 total. Owner will finance. Call 521-7272 or after hours Muriel Howard 521-2083. and Square. Price Call now for appo 1: mediate possession._ n!y [ntr J13.900.00. :ment. Tm- °Real Estate v»r-r? BY JAMES R. SUUIVAN, G.R.I. REALTOR ·* FRONTIER REAL ESTATE NEW 3 and 4 bedroom homes In Sprinff- [laic's finest subdivision. For information call Stan Howard's Royalty Homes, Inc. Phone 77M»OT or TS1-SI67. 1015 N. College 521-6700 442-6446 442-5439 Les Davis '. 521-4448 Ever Felf Your Landlord Was Getting Rich From the rent you Maybe you'd like to try that yourself. _..,, Here are two duplexes that offer easy income. Little maintenance because they're in top condition. Each unit has 2 bdr. central heal and air, carpet, kitchen appliances. Call Ken Tlllman. 521-6979. Picture Yourself In A Sunken Bath Tub if that appeals we'd love to show It to you. While we're there you could see the 3 bdr.,. 2 baths, built-in kitchen, patio, lighted fountain on a huge lot. One thing you won't see is dust -- an electronic air cleaner takes care of that. Katherine Fiser. 521-4303. Here's The Needle In The Haystack That everyone Is "looking for. A 3 fadr., home with 2 acres of ground, close in. Elbow room but still close to (own for convenience. Cal] fast -- this one won't stay on the market long. Katherine Fiser. 5214303. We'd Help AJ1 We Can! To get your family in this beautiful home. 3 hdr./llfc balh. kitchen/ large pantry, fireplace, bay window in dining room. One an acre. There are a lot of ways to finance a home and we know Ihem all. Just ask Katherine Fiser. 521-4303. Sorter Thinkin of Buying A Home? Then give this one a thought- 10 yr. old brick home. Fastidious housekeeper. Central.heat and air carpeted. 3 bdr., built-in kitchen. 1YAHNTNG ORDER IN TUB CHANCERY COURT OF WASHINGTON COTOiTY, AH KANSAS Mary Wjnima Bush Plaintiff Vs. CH-74-637 GCM Dclaney Bush Defendant The Defendant Gene Delancy Bush is warned lo appear in this Court within thirlv days and answer (he compli Ihe Plaintiff in Iho above enLitlcrt THIS FLORIDA RETIREMENT HOME, especially designed for waterfront living, is a masonry structure made of eight-incli thick con« crete blocks -with stucco on the outside and insulation and furring on the room-side. It features an L-shaped, cross-lighted and cross-ventilated living-dining room built around a corner fireplace, two bedrooms and a bath. The one-way sloping rooS allows for a 10-foot high porch and' living room, along the waterfront There is a separate laundry, storage room accessible both from the kitchen and the carport Architect Jan Reiner, 1000 52nd St. North, St Petersburg, Fla. 33710, designed Plan HA839R with 935 square feet plus carport and screened porch. Anyone interested in knowing the price of the blueprint must send a stamped, self- addressed envelope ior a reply. Business Notes Witness my hand and seal of this Court this 26 day ol Ju!y. 1974. Alma Kollmeyer Chancery CJerfc By Kaye Chappell D.C. SEAL Itc, 31,7.11,21 WARNING ORE EH Ch 74-588 IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF WASHINGTON COUNTY, ARKANSAS. DOKOTHY M. HARRIS Vs. DONALD A. BELL and RUB? FAYB BELL; and JOHN LEON SMITH" ant) MARY ELLEN SMITH Defendants Defendants DONALD A. BEM. and RUBY FAYE BELL, Non-Residents if Ihe State of Arkansas ADDRESS: 4301 NE -I8th Terrace, Kansas City, Missouri Arc warned to appear in Ibis Court within thirly days and answer thi plain! of the Plaintiff in the above en- lillcd cause Witness hand and seat of thlJ Court this Min day of July, 1974. ALilA KOU^TF.YER Chancery Clerk By RUTH SHIPMAN D.C It - 17. 24. 31. 7 (Seal) SILOAM SPRINGS -- Bill Burgin of Fayetteville became manager of - Hie Dawn Hil Country Club on July 31. The club is now in its eighth year of operation. Burgin. a Kansan by birth, has lived in Arkansas' the past eight, years manager of and was recently a Dillon store Fayetteville. He is married and has three sons. For the present they plan to live in Fayetteville antl he will commute to Siloafri Springs. Sears Denies Bait, Switch Complaint Sears Roebuck Co. has "emphatically denied" allegations in a proposed Federal Trade Commission complaint charging the company with employing a bait and switch scheme in Ilia sale of merchandise. James W. Button, a senior vice president for merchandising, said "the facts of this case are from the Max Leichner, district manager of Farmer's Insurance Group will be guest of the company Aug. 19-21 at. its Topper Club convention in Erainard, Minn. Topper Club honors are for leading district managers and agents. so -totally different facts of bait and, switch cases brought by ths commission in the past that Sears can only conclude that the commission is seeking to test a new and previously unannounced theory of law." The allegations involved a charge that Scars, during 1970- 2-car fOL . . Pyeatt can advise you o 52I-27J4. car garage, ] T schools, U. patio. Great location of A., shopping. Ron oppinff. in finani .clng. NlTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION Notice is hereby given that nn dccliot will bo held in the Cily of Fayetleville, Arkansas on August 27. 1971. at which there will be submitted lo Ihe electors of the Cily the question ot issuing Cily Fa yeUeviUfr, A rkansas Induslri al Development Revenue Bonds under Act Nn. 9 of Hie First Extraordinary Session of the Sixty-Second General Assembly of Ihe Stale of Arkansas, approved January 21, 1360, as amended {"Act No. 1 9 7 1 , advertised sewing , 9"), in tho principal amount Doug Hartley Bill Lazenby THE family at Prairie Grove lhat has 1-i acres that wa s on Pinnade contact Mr. Tcllis, 613-2285. D A V I S 1617 N. College Office 521-8660 Brycc Davia A BETTER BUY WE NEED HOMES TO SELL WE DO ALL THE WORK and put lha CASH in your hands. We havc ready buyers and an energetic sales-flafl. LET US WORK FOR YOU! SPACIOUS DUPLEX NEAR UofA U--til. UPPER LEVEL has living room, large kilchen with serving bar nnd d i n i n g area, paneled throughout, Am CONDITIONER, central heat and COMPLETELY FURNISHED. LOWER LEVEL has same floor space with STOVE and REFRIGERATOR. Attractively priced at $18,500. ATTENTION!! INVESTORS or DEVELOPERS M--1M 3 Acres on SOUTH SIDE ol EAST TOWNSHIP ROAD adjacent to NICE RESIDENTIAL subdivision. GOOD VIEW ALL UTILITES. Zoned for single family dwellings. Listed by Hal Modlin. FOUR BEDROOM BRICK HOME H--168. That alao has 2 bafhs living room, kitchen WITH ALL AP- PIANGE9 den, dining room AND f a m l i y room. PLUS a 3 room apartment with bath on lower level. GOOD LOCATION -- GOOD PHICE. Listed by Mrs. Hammers, GET AWAY FROM IT ALL on two streams, five acres, wilh fireplace, carpeted, all electric, two bedroom home. $19,300. Phone 953 for appointment. , ol not to exceed 52,000,000 Inr Ihe purpose of furnishing the permanent financing of Ihe costs ol securing and developing industry. The bonds win be dated, Ihe bonds will bc,ir interest at *ucti rate or rates, the interest will be payable on such dales, Ihe bonds will mature on sucb date or dates, Ihe bonds v:\\ »e subject to redemption prior to mnlnr iiy In such manner and upon .sach terms and the bonds will be Issued in series rom time lo time all as the Boa a ot Directors shall subsequently determine ind specify In the ordinance or ordinances authorizing their issuance. The proimsed i ndustrial projec I will invol ve he acquiring, constructing and equipping of fin expansion to an existing manufacturing plant which will consist of lands, buildings improvements, machinery and equipment lhe "Project"). The Project Sure mortgage interest rates are higher than they ' were, but so are the market values of homes and land. Please believe me when I say that even at todays inflated prices and interest rates, real estate is a better buy · than anything else you can go after with borrowed dollars. Financing for other purchases often costs twice as : much--and these things depreciate while a house usually grows in value. Check the trade-in value of your car wtien you turn it in for a new one. Also for Ihe past ten years, real estate values have doubled thr increase in the Dow Jones average. In this sense, real estate is the worth-while Investment you can make, and your best protection against inflation. And don't forget Ihe priceless dividends your family will enjoy as you live in your growing investment. If there is anything we can do to help you in the field of real estate, jilaese phone or drop in THE SULLIVAN AGENCY, 434 N. College Fayetteville. Phone: 442-4294. We're here to help! BUY ALL OR PART M-411 OF THIS 132 ACRES -- INSIDE CITY LIMITS -- CALL FOR DETAILS. LUled by Hal Modlin. LOOKING FOR CASH FLOW??? :ment house will add approximately WM Each COMPLETELY FURNISHED unit H-451. Thta 4 unit BRICK per month to YOUR INCOME. lias bath, living room 2 bedrooms. EXCELLENT LOCATION -- CALL. FOR DETAILS. Listed by Mrs. Hammers. TF NONE OF THESE LISTINGS MEEfT YOUR REQTREMENT. PLEASE CALL US ANYWAY A3 WE HAVE MANY OTHER PROPERTIES FOR SALE. BY OWNER On Spacious Corner Lot. Excellent Location, Brick, 3 bedrooms l',i bath, nice-sized rooms, Carport- Garage with storage. Fenced Yard. and be o w n e d by l e a s e d lo Baldw thc csiy Piano and Organ Company, an Ohio corporation " Raid win"), tor lease rentals sufficient tt provide Tor the payment or Ihe principal of and itilorost on Ihs bonds lliat arc issued. Baldwin is n subsiiliRry of D. If. Baldwin Company, an Ohio cor- poralion ("D.H. Baldwin"), and D. H. ialrfivln at a Moving -- Must sell __ _ 125,000. Shown by appointment. Phone 521-1157, 1709 No. Oakland, Fayettevilte, but will be special obligations payable solely from Project revenues including particularly lease rcnlals under the Lease with Baldwin, which will be sped- ically pledged to Iho payment of the 2300 N. College Two Locations NW Art. Plaza . unconditionally guarantee performance o( the obligations of Bald- under the Lease. The bonds will he general obligations of the City UTLEY and Company, Inc. REALTOR On the Square Since 1?42 OFFICE 442-8241 ra REAUOa HOME PHONE Mrs. Hammars .. 443-2083 Hal Modlin 521-4108 H. L. Utley ...,. 442-4044 Experienced, Responsible Sales Representatives 521-7272 A f t e r 9 p.m. Call Plaza Gallery at 521-7275 NEW ON THE MARKET! No. 1012 Thi slovely home is located on the cast side of West Fork In an area that's in demand. With 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, fireplace and sundeck we won't have this one Inn*. Priced at S23.993. Call 5217212 or a f t e r hours John Crockett 751-2020. A HOUSE WITH EVERYTHING No, 937. Ten rooms 4 bedrooms, ZYi bathf, dining room, den, playroom, office, acreened-in porch and much, much more: for more information call 521-7272 or a f t e r hours Nacilne Miller 521-7473 -- Tranches Langham 443-3157. principal of and inleret on Ule bonds, and the bonds will be secured by a [en on and security Interest in the Tio- cct as authorized by Act No. 9, Only qualified electors ol th« City of Fayelteville. Arkansas shall have the right to vota and the electors may vote either for or against Iho issuance 01 .he bonds. The election shall Ire held bclweer he hours of 8:00 o'cioclf a.m. and 7:33 o'clock p.m. at the following places in he City or Fayetleville, Arkansas, lo-wil: PRRCINCTS T^OCATIONS 1 And 10 Central Fire Station 9 And 8 7 and 6 I and 5 and Daniel P. Kennetl joined WaJ Mart Stores Inc., as house counsel effective Monday. He vill work wilh J.L. (Bud) Walin, senior vice president anr Jim Walton, president of pro- lerties, in the real estate area. He is a graduate of the University of Arkansas and a former- partner in the law firm of MacDonald and Kennelt in Brinkley. Stale Studies Needs For Computer System LITTL EROCK (AP) -- The supervisory board of the Criminal Justice and Highway Safety 'nformation Center will consider a proposal today that it hire a consultant to stud ythe long- term computer needs of the slate's criminal justice system. The object of the study is to provide the 1975 General Assembly with alternatives to a plan being developed by the staff of the state Information Systems Executive Committee. The committee is a cabinet-level group appointed by the governor to plan and oversee all data processing by state agencies. St. Joseph's Church Root School Washington School A;boII School THIS-23 day of July, 197-i CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE, AtlKANSAS By Russell T. Purdy MA 4lc M, 31, Aug. 7. 14 File For Divorce SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP) -- Actress Stefanie Powers lias filed for divorce from actor Gary Lockwood. They were married in 1966. Miss Powers, 30. and Lockwood, 37, were separated legal May 12. They have no chil- "ir 'dr The administration and some law enforcement agencies in the state have disagreed over whether the law enforcement groups should have their own computer system or share one with other state agencies. Lifelong Alimony WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) -- The third wife of lire heir Russell Firestone will get S1.2 million alimony o v e r ' t h e nest 40 years even if she remarries, her attorney says. A renegotiated divorce settlement announced Tuesday calls for Mary Alice Firestone, 38. to get $30.000 a year for life. The S1.2 million figure is based on a life expectancy of 40 more years, lawyer Joseph Farrish said. "Now all Mary Alice has to do is live it out," he added. Mrs. Firestone won a divorce month support (or the couple's son. The payments \yere to end if she remarried or it Firestone died. machines at $58 and that saies- .nen disparaged the advertised machine and pushed more cx- :ensive models. Sears coun- .ered that the company sold more than 80.000 of t h t machines -- four times that of the highest-priced machine. · Gas Industry Seeks Increased Production DENVF,R (AP) -- The Key. stone to the United States achieving energy self-sufficiency will be increased domestic production of natural gas, an industry spokesman says. Collis Chandler Jr., head of an independent oil and gas company and chairman of the Natural Gas Supply Committee, called Tuesday for removal of federal price controls to encourage new exploration. "The goal of energy independence for this country can )nly be met if the Congress of the United States acts, and acts quickly, to remove the shackles imposed on the natural gas industry," he said. Chandler and Henry Linden of the Institute of Gas Technology were among more than a dozen representatives of lha energy industry who addressed Project Independence hearings held by the Federal Energy Administration. Bicycle Safety Day * Set In Springdale SPR1NGDALE -- Saturday Aug. 24 has been officially proclaimed "Springdale Bicycle Safely -Day" by the mayor's office. The Jaycee's will sponsor special aclivities from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. on Kansas Street adjacent to the east side of Springrtale High School which will be closed to traffic. Written and riding tests will determine the winner of a 10- spced bicycle to be donated by a Springdale store. The bicycla program is for all ages but only ages 6 through 13 will bo able to compete for the bicycle. Chief of Police Joe Sims has assigned a representative for the event to assist in the tests and inspections.

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