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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 13

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47-Real Estate-For Sole 47-Real Estate-Far Sale '"IS Owner wants monthly payments. not much down payment. Owns a sood 20 acres on blacktop. Has . 100 acres leased on yearly bases, 6Q'xl2' Mobile home, 2 bedrooms, central heat. Rock building containing a guest bedroom and utility mnd storage room. Usable barn. 3 ends. Insulated 32 1 x300' broiler _,ouse all automatic and insulated. The price is ?35QOO. Or you can buy It without the mobile homo at negotiated figure, if you are man with moderate means you ·hould look at the place and the term* offered by the owner. A top-of-the-mountain view. 12 good acres, like new steel trussed 3T5'x32' broiler house. Comfortable 2 bedrooms and den with fire- piece wilh small room that could be used (or small childs bedroom. Has 2 ponds and 2 wells. Family orchard. 1U ; $38.000. WHERE? 47-Real Ertat«-For Sale- Legal Notice* NICE Ktn\n\ Property: s Unit brick apartment house, Good location, excellent teinii, For detatli call 442-5278 or a selling price at A good SO at l*rncoln level, half open, living stream, 3 bedroom home, good cellar. 554,000. Terms. 21 acrea mostly good truck farming land. 3 room house, b a r n , pump house. Mobile home hook-up, small laying house. Buy it all for JJ5.000. Half of It for $7500. Oversized 2 bedroom home with home and Grounds well kept. Den Rock fireplace. 36 assorted f r u i t r Irees, ggod garden. 20 good level open acres. 2 car garage, storage building. '3 ponds.- New carpeting Near Hindsville. $32,500. 1 -acres - just 5 .miles west of Fay' ctteville, 2 : acres open, 3 acres · woods. 2 bedrooms bath kitchen and living room. Home 4 years old. Price $15,500. Small home near Tl in West Fork, · city water ,9 of an acre. Attractive - ' 2 bedroom home nicely finished. ' All well fenced. Good well for ^ Irrigation, Priced to sell at $10,000. ·-' Business property for sale, lease, - . o r build to suit tenant, 9 acres to 1 : ial, wiU sell 1 acre or all. 'Will give long term lease. Will build building and lease or lease with option,to buy. With the flexibility of the owner if you are inclined ·· -toward a business you should check · this. " 10 acres on. .County road and .- 'mountain stream for S3250. Or buy 15 acres for J4900. 0 and =!i acres in city with city water. On blacktop, lots of good : building sites. 55000. 30% down and = owner-financed. $300 an acre land in small tracts. Small down. 80 acres for $8000. Your best buys are found at f NEWLIN REALTY CO.: 839-2522 or 839-2239 West Fork, Arkansal would you gel 90 A- -- timbered, wilh approx. 15 acres open -- 2 ponds -- new cross stream well (ex.) -- 10x10 slstern -- also, well built nil Insulated. 2 or 3 Bdr ranch style home -- l^i baths -fireplace -- bulltlns -- Cli. Ca -all kinds of cupboards and closets. Some repairs needed, but at $36,500 (off 265 Hwy at Stickler) you can have one oE the best Investments ever, if you act now -- off the market soon), : TWO BEDROOM ranch type home, l mile North of 62 Hwy at Lincoln, just off Lake Wedinglon Road (see our sign). Approx 3i A. -- city water -- nat. gas -- $11,500 to qualified FHA buyer, , - . - · · · $15.000 for a newer 3 Bdr home in Farm- Ington on Old Depot Hoad. Needs minor' repairs -- .good garden. space -- 100X165 1 lot. Immediate possession. THE OSBURN BROKERS Phone H3-4468 HWY «2 WEST "NUTS" Hickory Nul trees ana Dak tree* with a new house wedged between. Located oil 45 E. on Lunsford St and only one block from Root School. Price $29,900. IN THE PINES New house almost finished Just off Old Wire Hoad North on Yvonne St. A private setting at atreets end A short distance from Butterfield School. Good tim« to pick colors. MT. SEQUOYAH Con t emp orary pao. with 2 bedrooms, wet bar, fireplace, and large party deck. Private tree covered Betting with view. Holland House Inc. 442-2740 or 443-2724 regular term and show cause why IHte should not bfc confirmed In Fletcher C. Konnan, Er. and Elizabeth M. Nomian, Wlliics my hand as Clerk of Uic Chancery Court ol Washington County, Arkansas, and Ihc seal thereof- this 29th day ot July. 1074. AljMA KOLLMBYKR, Ctcr); By: KATHLKKN HARNESS, D.C. (Sea!) 4lc - 8, '15, 23. 29 SUBURBAN REAL ESTATE CO. REALTOR Hwy. 45 E. Phone 443-2050 Broker Ron Sherwood Pam Brown NEW 3 and 4 bedroom homes In spring* dale's finest subdivision. For informallrm call Stan Howard's Royally Koines, lac. Phone 770-8007 or 751-S367. BY OWNER Deborah Cowan 521-7055 4- THE ULTIMATE Private and beautiful. 12 acres ol woods off 45 East with an unbe-r lievable view Is the setting for this contemporary architect designed house. What does it have? It features 2Y 2 baths, livingroom with fireplace, familyroom and sundechs off several of the many rooms. Storage pace is its plus sign. Design style and comfart comes wihl th{s huose In abundance. Call us for an appointment. 567,000. LOVELY HOME This three bearoom home is locat cd on a beautiful shaded one acre ; lus. Living room with sunken en containing fireplace, l',2 baths, screened porch and patio, large storage room, central air and heat Butterfield School District. §37,800; NEW HOME HOLY TOLEDO $67,750 Located on 1.2 acres, this luxury home has four bedrooms, three baths and 2G50 sq. ft. The large master bedroom suite with beautiful balcony is completely separate from the rest of the house for your privacy. There fs a beau- t i f u l fireplace in the family room, private study-den, oversized formal living and dining rooms, corner lot on private and exclusive Inwood Lane. If you'xe looking for country living in the city, you'll be awe-struck by this lovely Estate. The - price is value packed at J67.750. Call 5216911. Clinton Hits Hammerschmidl's View 01 Nixon FL1PPJN. -Ark. (AP) -- Bill Clinton of- Fayelleville said here Wednesday that Rep. John Paul Hammerschmidt. K-Ark., is wrong in opposing Presidenl Nixon's resignation. Clinton, a Democrat who is seeking HammerschmicU's seat also said, the congressman was wrong in questioning whethei the President has committed an impeachable offense. After Nixon said Monday liiat he lied about his role in the W a t e r g a t e coverup, Ham : Bulz Defends Qualify Of School Lunches WASHINGTON (AP) -- Agri culture Secretary Earl Butz says children are caling well at school cafeterias these days despite complaints about menus and prices. "Everybody grouses about cafeteria food, whether they are students or grownups." Butz said today. "I hear people complaining about the cafeteria food at the Department of Agriculture. Then I go to lunch and seeHhose same people lined up waiting to eat." Blitz's remarks were in a speech prepared for a meeting of the American School Food Service Association. He said to day's school lunches are a fai cry from an apple, pear, 01 bread-and-butter sandwich chil dren ate in his day. "On .the' average it costs schools 74 cents to prepare each meal, Butz said. "Even if the students had to pay the f u l price they'd be getting a good Northwest Arkaniat TIMES, Thurs., Aug. 8, 1974 '· rAYETTKVILLI, A R K A N S A S ' 13 merschmidt said, "We need to do our duty as quick as possible. We should have done it a year ago," Clinton said lie didn't see how Hammerschmidt could "say that when a year ago he was saying we should forget about it." Clinton also said that Ham- merschmit had voted against giving funds to the Judiciary Committee House staff 3535 N. College "Developers of Hyland Park" NEW home for sale at builders · cost. Three bedroom, 2A bath, all brick on large lot, fireplace, double garage that's Insulated and paneled, many extras. Approved value $36,500. Builders cosl 532.4CXX Open house 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday. 1153 Over-crest, FayelleviHe, or call Rogers, Ark., 636-7974 for an apiwinfmenl. which was investigating the impeachment issue. Hammerschmidt has opposed resignation. Clinton, however, said he thinks Nixon should resign "and spare the country the agony of tins'impeachment and removal proceeding." Hammerschmidt said after Nixon's announcement Monday that he was not sure whether Nixon's actions legally were impeachable. Clinton, a University of Arkansas law professor, said there was no question that "an admission of making false statements to government offi- 4 rir. 2300 nq. *t. home on view lot with huge trees in Sunset Addition KW ol UofA. 2 br., Ir. with fireplace, kitchen breakfast room, bath on upper level. 2 br. family room with fireplace, bath and large utility on lower level. Double carport, porch workshop, and fenced tachyard. Under £10,000. No broken, please. 521-5971. PRAIRIE GROVE ,. New th re B bed room , two' bath, beautifully carpeted, fireplace, central heat and air. dishwasher and disposal. Also new three bedroom, 1!£ bath, central heat and air, dishwasher And two car garage. Schools just two blocks, q u i e t Afreet. Call Carl Reeves, Builder, 4435773 or aee on Angus Drive, BY BUILDER -- New 3 bedroom, 2 bath, fi replace j dishwasher, air conditioner. 2 car garage with remote control door, near Asbeli School. 442-S278. 320 ACRES mountain property, 20 miles from Fayeitevlllt, 5200 per acre. . Cal 6433K $29,500 can buy a lovely home on % 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 few large trees left. If you want nbout 10 miles from Fayettevillo with a beautiful, building site call us. $32,000, terms available . 10 ACRES IVa miles off 16 West. $8.500. BUILDING SITES We have 2 acre tracts for $9,000. HELL OR TRADE: Well established cab Inet shop, S0.v36, fully furnished; plu: 5 room house. All on 2 acres with 300 It. highway: front-age. 267-3786. TUB family at Prarrie 'Grove that has 14 acres thnt was on Pinnacle contact Mr. Tellis, GJ3-22S5, Call by 9:00 a.m. In morning or 6:00 p.m. In evening. BY OWNER: 30 Hcrcs, good pondj good v ew, M cleared Ahoul 4 miles from Wcdington Store on Jackson Hwy. $10,500 % down. 834-3715. 2 BSDROOM House and lot. Phone BI6- 342L FOR SALE BY OWNER Three bedroom, brick, den with fireplace, two baths, two car garage with electric opener, large utility room. FM-AM radio Intercom fully carpeted, drapes, fenced backyard, self-cleaning range, garbage disposal. Central heat and air. Oak Manor area. Call 443-2025 after 5 p.m. VERY PRIVATE, 1 Iwdroom collage on 1 acre, has carpet, only 15 minutes from FayeUeville. $7,000. Phone 4i2-5%0 or 442-43S. Legal Notices -- NOTICE "All owners ot real property wtttun the following described territory: cials and interfering with the FBI and the CIA is an impeachable offense." C l i n t o n said Hammer- Schmidt's r e m a r k s puts him out of ' step w i t h all Republicans on the Judicary Committee who voted against impeachment before the Monday ·evelalions and now are calling for resignation! because of "the clear and direct evidence of impeachable offense." deal." The department's F o o d and Nutrition' Service s a i d ' l h e 74 cent figure used by Butz wa; an average for the 19Y2-7; school year and that costs havi climbed sharply since then. In the last school year, a spokes man said, there was "a verj sketchy" indication that Ih cost of preparing a lypica school lunch climbed to 84 or 8 cents. Butz said the procedure o donating government-purchase commodities should be abolish ed entirely and schools give all cash as their share of feder al aid. "With cash assistance yo can plan and do your own buy ing," Bulz said. "The food buj ing power will be spread oil into the country instead of cen tering it here in Washington. "You can make savings b dealing in local markets, an just as important, federal moi cy will be returned to laa. economies where it can do th most good," he said. According to the most recei USDA report on school lunc participation, 24-4 million ch dren received meals in May. C those, 0.1 million received fre or reduced-price meals. WOMAN'S WORLD Catch all eyes with thi dramatic, geometric quilt. EASY Art Deco patchworl quilt -- just 3 pattern pieces Combine solids, stripes, geome trie print to create a bold effect Pattern 621: pattern pieces block chart. 75 CENTS each pattern -add 25 cents each pattern fo first-class mail and specif handling. Send to Laura Whee er Northwest Arkansas TIMES ·'450, Needlecraft Dept., Box 161 Old Chelsea Station, New York N..Y. 10011. Print Pattern Num her. Name, Address, Zip. NEW 1971 Needlecraft Catalog cover the creative scene -- knit, cr chet, fashions, embroider; quilts, more! 75 cent NEW! Sew plus Knit Book hf basic tissue pattern $1.S NEW! Needlepoint Book ..$1.0 NEW! Flower Crochet ....$1.0 Hairpin Crochet Book ..,..$1.1 Instant Crochet Book .. ..Sl.C Instant Money Book $U Instant Macrame Book .. -$1J Complete Gift Book Sl.C Complete Afghans No .14 . .$!.( 12 Prize Afghans No. 12 50 cen Book of 16 Quilts No. 1 .50 cen Museum Quilt Book No. 2 ... cents 15 Quilts for Today No. 3 .... cents Book of 16 Jiffy Rugs . 50 cen A Convenient Sewing and lopping Guide for Today's Gal on the Go. SCARP SOFTNESS TOP ong. low-waistcd curves--th Jesuit of this shaping is a mor slender look InslantlylChoos knits, rayon olends. Printed Pattern 4688: Ha Sizes. 10',4, 12V4, W, 1C%, 18 Size 14!£ ( b u s t 37) lake yds. 45-inch fabric. Sen $1.00 for each pattern. Add ' cents for each pattern for firs! class mail and special handlin. Send to Anne Adams, Northwe Arkansas TIMES, 438 Patte Dept.,,243 West 17th St., Ne York, N.Y. 10011. Print NAML ADDRESS, ZIP, SIZE AN STYLE NUMBER. MORE FO YOUR MONEY in NE CATALOG! 100 best school, C r^ casual, city fashions. Fre pattern coupon. Send 75 cents. Sew plus Knit Book -- has has tissue pattern SI. Instant Sewing Book SI. Tnstant Fashion Book ....|1. ADVERTISE HERE! Thounndi of honwmaken r*a this feature diUy . . . and win ·«· jour POLICEMAN'S PIG , ,'Porfc Chop,' nibbles the ear o/ Jamie, 5, while Mark, 4, looks on In Second Floor Apartment Piglet Doesn't Mind Living With The Wolfes HUNTING-TON, W. Va. (AP) -- Every night is "Pork Chop" light at the home of Liz and im Wolfe. Not for the frying pan. For he bathtub. That's where Pork Chop, the five-week-old piglet that shares a second-floor apartment with the Wolfes and their two sons, beds clown when it's time to hit the hay. DENNIS THE MENACE By Ketcham cinnlnj! at the intersection nf Itie nter Hue of Spring Street wilh the jntcr Hue ot College Avenue; Vest along Uie cenler line or Spring Slrnct to UIR intersection or the center ne of Spring Street wilh the center ine of Locust Avenue; thence South lonE the center line of Locust Avenua 0 the intersection of the center line f Locust Avenue and the center line f Rock Street: thence East along he center line ot Hock Street to the ntcrsccllon of the center line of Rock Street anrl t h e center linn of College Avenue; thence In a Northerly direction alonff Ihe center line of College Avenue to tho intersection of the cenlei ine ol College Avenue and the center itie ol Spring Street, said point being he point of beginning; as said streets are shown on tlic recorded plat of he original town of Fayctteville, Arkansas, as filed in Ihe office of the Circuit-Clerk and · Ex-olffc'lo Recorder of Washington County, Arkansas, re hereby notified that a petition has filed wilh the City Clerk of the ly of FayeUeville, Arkansas, purporting be signed by n majority in value the owners of real properly within id territory, which petition prays tha 1 Local Improvement district ba formed itsracmg said territory for the purpose constructing an off-street parking gar- ge g nnd that the cost thereof be scssed and charged upon Ihe real pro crly nbovc described. All owners of properly wllhtn said territory arc dvlscd that aald petition will be heard the mecling of the Fayctlcvillc Board Directors to be held at the hour or 30 p.m., on the 20tf» day of August. 371, and that at said mm el ing said oard of Directors will determine wfce cr those signing tho same constitute majority in value - of such rca! property; and at said meeting 1 owners of real properly within said rrilory who desire will be heard upoi ie question. Darle ne Weslbrook NOTICE CH74-S15 Notice is hereby given that there has 3en filed, in ray office, as clerk of the Chancery Court of Washington County, \rkansas, a petition by Fletcher C. Gorman, Sr. and Elizabeth II. Norman or the confirmation of title to the fol- owing described lands. located In Wash- nglon County Arkansas, to-wit: The West Halt (W'A) .of the. Fractional Northwest Quarter (Frl. NWtf), and the Northeast Quarter (NEW) ol the Fractional Northwest Quarter (Frl, NWM) of Seciion To:rly-one (31) In Township Thirteen (13) North of Rango Thirly-lwo (32 West, coniaining ap- proxlmately One Hundred Fourteen (114) acres, more or less. All pcrwms claiming said lands, or any nlerrst therein, are fcerehy warned to appear fn the Washington County Chancery Court on the first day of IU next Testimony Heard In Williams Trial LAKE VILLAGE, Ark. (AP) -- Mrs. Merle Phillips Smith, a neighbor of Maudine D e g e s who -was raped and murdered in 10G4, testified Wednesday ,hat she saw James Williams of Crosselt speed out of the Degges' driveway on the day of the murder. .Mrs. Smith m a d e - - t h e remarks during the first day of testimony in Williams' trial. 'Williams was tried and convicted of the charge in 1964. but the Arkansas Supreme Court ordered a new trial on alleged charges of discrimination in selection of an all-white jury. Williams is black. A jury of nine whiles and three blacks was selected Wednesday to hear the case. Pros. Atty. Frank Wynne ol Fordyce'said the state will attempt to prove that Mrs. Deg ges was attacked by Williams at her home near Crossett Wynne said the state woulc provide that Williams dragged Mrs. Deeges f r om her home, put her into the trunk of his car and took her to a nearby wooded area where she was raped and murdered. Circuit Court Judge G. B. Colvim of Dermolt heard testimony from Ashley County Sheiy iff E. G. Sparks and one of his deputies that Williams allegedly had threatened to kill them, the judge, former deputy Pros. Atty. Ovid Switzer of Crossetl and Wynne. Williams told the judge that he threatened to kill the officials because he was framed at his first trial. Broiler Production LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- A kans'as producers started 8,39 000 chicks for broiler production during the week ending last Saturday, the Arkansas Crop and Livestock Reporting Service says. This level is about the same as the previous week. Of the total placements in the state, 8,1588,000 chicks were hatched in Arkansas and 307,000 came from other states. There were 830,000 broiler chicks shipped out of the state during the week. A total of 11,182 000 broiler- type eggs were set in Arkansas during the week -- up 1 per cent from the previous week. * I JUST THOUGHT OF SCM6TrllN' \HB CAM Pork Chop apparently has no ualms about living with a unch of Wolfes. "We had a couple of pigs out t my husband's parents' farm, nd when one of them had a tier, Pork Chop was in it. She ·as hurt when she was born nd my husband brought her ome lhal first night." said Irs. Wolfe, whose husband is a ecruit wilh Ihc Huntingtoit Po- icc Department. The piglet, bottle fed and louse broken, soon won over the Wolfesi "I've always had dogs, but I ike Pork Chop better than any pet I ever h a d , " " s a i d Mrs. Volte. "And the boys just love ler." Pork Chop sleeps in the bath- ub. "She gives mo a nudge and .hen heads for the tub when · she's sleepy," said Mrs. Wolfe 'She's really smart." Among Pork Chop's favorite lastimes are rooting among the ,hrow rugs and rough-housing with the children. "Shelll give Kim and I a plaj'fut nip now and then, but ihe's never touched the kids," Mrs. Wolfe said. "And you ought to see the way people react when we take her for a walk." Because of the logistics of keeping a pig in a second-floor apartment, it won't be long before Pork Chop goes back to the farm. But a pork chop she'll never be. "Why, I couldn't stand thai," Mrs. Wolfe declared. "It would be like eating one of the kids." Going Away To Co ege? THEN YOU SHOULD TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE SPECIAL OFFER OF THE NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES: River Stages LITTLE ROCK (AP) stages. Flood, HI. Change ARKANSAS 22 19.9 unch Van Buren Little Rock Pine Bluff WHITE Bates ville Newport Clarendon 23 7.2 47 31.5 12.2 9.3 18,9 uneh d .40 u..9 u2.2 d.50 9-MONTHS SUBSCRIPTION POSTAGE PAID Anywhere in USA. (Reg. $25.50 Value) You Save $3.50 This plus A 2 bedroom and bath with connecting breezcway. A total of 4300 square feet of lovely living, each room with its own special Individuality. More than 12 rooms with large garage. On 15 acres of special land located on White river with a "Park-like" Setting. Swimming, fishing and irrigation for the special landscaping that would go with tho immense. lawn. City Water Natural flas. Truely the spot that you and yours can enjoy the r«t of your life. It's plrccd below markle at only {70,000. By appointment only, Newlin Realty West Fork, Ark! Get Ihe Back-lo-Collcge Special N O W . . . THE NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES WILL BE STARTED ON THE DATE YOU SPECIFY. . . . Just like s daily leHer from home--news about the people and happenings In and around Fayetteville and Washington County -- the old hometown. Get every issue of The TIMES for 9 months for only $22.00. Special Offer Good Until September 30, 1974 THE NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES P. O. Drawer "D" Fayelleville, Ark. 72701 Send The TIMES At Your Special College Rate of $22.00 for 9 Months Starting. . . Name. Address. ...,.*.,. : .j.. City. Zip. Check or Money Order Enclosed Notice; All Mail Subscriptions Must Be Paid In Advance

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