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47-Rwl Estate-For Sale- 47-Roal E»ta1e~For Sat* 147-Real Ettate-For 5a1» NICB rtenlal Property: ft UnH brtck ·parturient house, Good looalfon, «xcol- ' lent terms. For details call 443-5278 or - ' HERE IT ISI · 3 Choke Acres · Z Miles to City Limit · Excellent 6-room Home · Completely Remodeled · New Carpets -- New Drapes · Famllyroom-Fireplace · Separate Dining Room · 2 Large Bedrooms -- iy a Baths · Basement -- Garage -- Patto FMETTEIILLE A R K A N S A S B E A U T I F U L VIEW This ono year new home is convenient to almost everything, yet It Is away from traffic. 5 bedrooms 3 baths and 2 car garage. NE location and Bultcrflcid School makes this a very desirable home. Call lor an appointment · to see it. FREEMAN REAL ESTATE WAIT FOR DEVELOPMENT If you have time to wait, look at this 2 bedroom rent house on 100 feet of Hwy. 71 S, frontage, $17.500. FREEMAN R/fAHOME John E. Armstrong Raymond L- Logue Bessie Ma« Bryan Bill Co«by ' 751-0786 443-2028 846-2868 443-4706 FOUR'NEW 3 bedroom homes just being completed in Meadow Lark Addition just off Cato Springs Road. Also 2 new homes, VA approved In Springdale. Call Harrison Davis collect, Siioam Springs, 1-524-4888 between 6 pm end 7:30 am. UNDER CONSTRUCTION Je the first to live in one of our !ne new holies. Wo have several under construction at the present imp, from Just started to almost ompleled. From $31,500 to $46,500. FREEMAN m COUNTRY LIVING 3 minutes to Lake Sequoyah. - f acre wHh comfortable 3 or 4 bedroom home. Extra large living-dining room, kitchen with beautiful cabinets, range built in, large closets, carpeting, screened patio with barbecue grill, large garden area VA f inane ing possible Call for mor« information, §21,500. HAPPY HOLLOW SCHOOL Two level neat home with either 2 or 3 bedrooms. Carpeted wJndow air-conditioner, central heat garage, corner lot. VA f i n ancing possible. §16,500. . * KELEJ3Y REAL" ESTATE A DEVELOPMENT CO. 2401 North Gregg 442-5621 2 Blocks West of Holiday Inn Fayetteville, Arkansas Nltw: M. H. Jackson John Carpenter (collect) 789-2758 758-305 IX PRAIRIE Grove. Cosy 2 bedroon fcom» with full basement. Heavily sKac ed lot.' Walk to -school and town. Ca! 946-2515 for appointment. TETREK bedroom, two baths, family, kl* d»n and livinffroom, pantry, bulit-ins-nn more, % acre lot, chain fenced back, lot of shade trees, wnlral heal and air north of VA. 4435033. 1617 N. College 521-6300 ,CMU. 140 ACRES Zoned light Industrial and hcav; commercTa 1 on HEghway and R,R epur. WEST OF. TOWN 11 Level acres on blacktop with barn natural £35, and H2O. CLOSE IN ACREAGE wiht nice 2 BR home link fenced yard. 4 stall barn, corral, pond, good shade and grass. Reasonable terms. Owner sez get offer. FAYETTEVILLE REAL ESTATE Office 442-7081 3247 N. College jRrry Watson ' 751-122 Omer Verwers 442-8415 The! ma Culwcll 442-7102 Bubara McCleUter 267-3339 47--Real E»tot«-For SoU |47-Recl Ettote-Fer Sola-ANTIQUE BUFF'S DREAM HOUSE This charming post-Civil War homcvwLlh a view of d i s t a n t hill*, was built to last m a n y generations. Solid brick and cedar shake std- \ng' t heayy pillar* support t h e front porch and balcony. Special features Include spacious rooms with high ceilings wood- b u r n i n g fireplaces in the living room and one bedroom, original decorative" hinges and door plates on several doors., luxuriously thick carpeting on the stairs, 'family .room, and two bedrooms. New REAL ESTATE REAUOfi College 1617 N. 521-6300 A SPECIAL SITUATION In town acreage, in the form of a fantastically Jovely yard provides the setting for older «ix room native stone and frame home with fireplace, patio, 2-uar port, etc.-A second rock dwelling, having Its own kitchen and bath, could be a guest house or rental. A great garden, spot, lengthy driveway, fine Inadscaplng (ottering much privacy) nice storage house, and SU- ATI central heating system with the wiring for air, window air conditioner, large country kitchen, two- baths, formal dining room. Plus small studio apartment with private entrance (or this would be an Ideal teen-agers room with kitchen.) Total price only .$31.500 For appointment call Bculah Han- thornc at 442-4294, or 412-2127. 47-Real Etfafe-For Sals THE SULLIVAN AGENCY REACTOR 434 N. College 4-12-4294 HOME FOR YOUR FAMILY f you can't afford n b i g ' p a y m e n t . jut yon arc tired of blowing your money on rent, then buy this home and start to build an equity. 3 bedrooms, 1 bath for $14,900, FREEMAN REAL ESTATE REAUOfl 1617 N. College. 521-6300 NEW CUSTOM-BUILT 4 BR, 3 ha. home with a view that has to be seen to be believed is located In Root School Dist. and offers the best o£ everything. Perfect fro the executive's entertainment-minded. family. Priced below replacement at §63,500. For an appt to £e, call 521-1300. Nltes weekends James Baker ' Pauline McKinney PERB LOCATION contribute to thts unusual property package. In the fifties. LOWER INTEREST LOAN Two BR home. Central heat. Very large lot about % acre. Xxian b $10,700. 7''/2% interest, payment : month. Price $15,000. NEAR CITY PARK One of the best maintained homes lo be found. This, 3 BR home is in perfect condition. Two beautiful ceramic baths. Complete Kit with disposal dishwasher elect cooking unit. Dining Em breakfast Rm. Plentiful storage faculties. Large basement shop hobby Rm. Covered patio, Beautiful wooded lot 112'x 165' with many different shade trees. SPACIOUS Well landscaped Vx acre with secluded 11 year old home now "being used efectivnly as bl-level duplex. Very charming arrangement with a couple of rooms that are super sized. We .1htiik you'll : be pleased after viewing this property and realize the price is only $21,- DO YOU, ENTERTAIN your friends or your children's? Then this completely remodeled 3 BR home in walking distance of Root School Is for you! 2200 aq. ft. of heated and air conditioned space includes a 20x20 game room plus a larec family room area and formal living room, with FP. New heating and air conditioning yslems. stone patio with privacy fence,and .large, chain-link fenced backyard are bonuses. AH for $43,900. For an appt. to *ee call 521-1300. Nites weekends, call: James Baker 442-5090 Jaullne McKinney , 521-1549 NATIVE STONE C E D A R 3 bdrm and dim NEW home on Lake road in Sprlngclalc. Central heat and air, carpeting, pnnclcd den wilhi'FP. '.palio and deck, 100x145 IH'ju£t North'of Lake Fayeltevllte. among more 1 expensive homes. Over 1.700 sq ft with all kitchen bulll- Ins for JUST $42,900. Litod by Julie Eaves. ONE ONE-HALF ACRES, 3 bedroom, 114 bath ranch with brick and cedar exterior, less than one year old. Range find disposer, carpeting draped, 12x24 barn, fruit trees and strawberries. Farmington school. Listed by Jan Henon for $34,500. , ATTRACTIVE SPANISH All brick with 3 bdrms and den With .fireplace, galley kitchen and dinette 2 full baths, central heat arid a i r , ' I n North Bldge. Deep lot has some nice shade trees. 2 ear garage and established lawn. Listed by Julie Eaves for N3,SOO. BRICK D U P L E X _ hdrms, bath, living room and kitchen each unit. Ccn. heat, 220 for AC unit, good occupancy rate. Just 523,500. . WILL SELL D I R E C T G.I. 3 bcdrms and den, Ha baths newly decorated cedar home about fl yrs old. complete kitchen, central heat, has existing loan of about $13,000 at · favorable rale. Total price ta.800.' BV Owner -- 100 Acres all limber, orcck, electricity, ten miles southwest of Wins- loir. $150 per acre. Also pooJ thirty acres north ot Lincoln. (10.500. S2-I-3713, If no answer. KH-3319, Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Thurs., Aug. 15, 1974 AYKTTKVI1.LK. ARKANSAS MR. INVESTOR V ' We have n lownhouse duplex, qual- ily custom construction wllh the finest material and workmanship, located Northwest Fayettovlllc ready for lls new owners to live in one side and rent th« olher or Just sit back and enjoy the return on your Investment, Priced at SM.500. For more information. Call 521-1300, Kites Weekends. Call James Baker 442-5090 Pauline McKinney 521-1519 BAKER ' C^'^-,: ASSOCIATES. REALTORS 1618 N. College. udlcs to be hind* ol tha approitmalo osl of *uch Improvements, lh« means iable' lor financing Ihe same, Iho srflon (hereof which the mimicrpatH.v · wining Rnd «bto to pay. taking Into ccount any funds available to tha City r tired Improvements, and Iho approx- tnalo assessments which will be matte Lrvsl each lot or parcel of property the defined area to reimburse (tie Uy for (ho costs of lha Improvements o be borne by the property cwnfrra n the area. PASSED AND APPTIOVED THIS 6lh D\V OF AUGUST, 1374. APPROVED: Russell T. Purdy MAYOR TTEST: larlene \Veslbrook :1TY CLERK EAL' * · · ITC-H : --,-Vi- REACTOR 521-1300 BY owirail: 3 bedroom home, larjte lol chain link Eence. Good garden- Purnlluro Call after 5:00, 4J2-7S30. $146 PER. month, owner carry part o equity. Three bedroom, carpeted, IV. baths, garse, 442-S351. O-rotr transferred BAKER ASSOCIATES REALTORS 1618 N. College 521-1300 REALTOR BARER LE ASSOCIATES REALTOR . REALTORS 1618 N. College 521-1300 BY OWNER. Three bedroom, bullttas. fireplace, garden Bpol, on 2!* lots above West Fork. £18,000. Phone S33-2SI, HOME OR INCOME Very clean 3 BB home. Central heat. In excellent condition. Backyard fenced ' in chain link · fence Electric cooking units "· 1 5 I ,4% int loan can be assumed. Price §19,500 NEAR CAMPUS 5 rm. frame is conveniently located for the student or faculty. House includes glassed In back porch 3 ,\ basement utility area with WD furnished. Nearly complete kit. Window AC drapes incL Separate garage and lot. LOtS OF SPACE Well cared for 3 BR and den home in area of other nice homes, All rooms large. Pretty carpeting. CH Kitchen stove, large window air unit, and draperies included. Near sho ppin g center. Large level lot with shade trees. This home has about 1500 sq. ft. heated area. Price $16,950. BY OWNER 4 br. 2300 sq.'(t. home on view lot with huge trees in Sunset Addition NW 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 backyard. Under MOjOOO. No brokers, please. 521-5971. ' 110 ACRES 7 miles southwest o Fayeltevlli eon 265 Hiway. Jus right for email tracts. Sell ill o any part. J. D. NEIIL REAL ESTATE Rogers, Ark-. Phone .636-3749 1 1985 N. College Julie Ea'fes Jan Henson Wilma Cotillck Lorlj Stanton Hiram Brooks 621-8500 442-7262 521-6509 521-7087 442-8744 443-2625 BY/ OWNBH: 3 bedroom. 2 bath, living. rrom, £ dlntnroorn, lamilyroom, i I r e place, kitchen, uli Illy, doubl c ga ra gc. New, 2*25 Strawberry Dr. 443-4733. BY BUILDER -- New 3 bedroom, 2 bath, fireplace, dishwasher, sir conditioner, 2 car garage with remote control loor, near Asbch School 443-SS78. BY; oiVNEEl: 2W a CMS, modcmltetl. old er house, large barn',' huge trees, branch Icoced, close-in, 511,500, Icrnis, B13-32S) CANT AFFORD TO BUY? Don't say no, until you have see these two 4-room frame houses i soutli part of town. Neither is San Clemente. but for 1 $7,000 __ $7,500 and the willingness to do some painting and repair, you can have a comfortable home. SMALL DOWN payment will deliver and terms can be arranged with own- ego I Notices NOTICE cim-sts :Notlc« Is-hereby ntven that there ha: been filed In my office, as clerk ot the Ctvmoory Court ot wasMntfon County, Arkansas, a [WhUon by Fletcher O. Gorman, Sr. and Elizabeth M, Korraan [or tha contirmaUon ol title to the lol- lowing described lands located [n Wash' Inglon County Arkansas, to-wU: ' The West Hall (W4i) ol the Fractional Northwest Charter (Frl. NWll), and the Northeast Quarter (NEV1) of Die Fractional Northwest Quarter (Frl. NWU) o[ Bectlon TTilrty : one (31) In Totmshtp TJilrteen (13) North of Range Thirty-two (32) West, containing r-rcodmaiely One Hundred Fourti 114) acres, more or lesr. All persons claiming laid lands, or i . Interest therein, are hereby warned to appear In the Washington County Chan* eery Court on the Ilrat day of its next regular tenn and show cauie why title should" not be confirmed In Fletcher c. Norman, sr. and Elizabeth M. Norman 'Itncsimy hand as Clerk of the Chan eery Court of Washington County, Arkansas; and tlio seal thereof Oils 29th day ol July. 1974. ALMA KOLLMBYER, Cleric By: KATHLEEN HARNESS, D.C (Seal) 4IC - B, 15, 22. 23 WARNING ORDER No. CH-74-698 THE CHANCERY COURT OF Protection Of Privacy Law Is Proposed WASHINGTON (AP) - Sen. Gaylord Nelson, D-Wis., proposed legislation today to require a court subpoena before a government agency could obtain records of anyone's telephone calls. His bill also would require the agency seeking the records to notify the telephone subscriber unless this would impede a criminal investigation. In addition, Nolson said a telephone company w o u l d b e sarred from responding to the subpoena for at least 10 days to give the subscriber a chance to raise legal objections to disclosure of his telephone calls. Nelson said legislation of this nature is necessary to protect individual privacy and free speech. Under present law, disclosure of telephone records is pcr- mitled on demand of "lawful authority" without any requirement that the individual involved be notified, he said. "Reports liave revealed that telephone companies throughout the country have secretly provided various governmental WOMAN'S WORLD A Convenient Sewing and hopping Guide far Today's Gal on the Go, 580 WUk Plan to go places, but firsl knit this cozy, cape. Vou'll treasure this dramatic diamond-desfgn cape--long or short version included. Knit o! worsted. Pattern 580: Misses Sizes 8-14; 16-20 included. Easy directions. . 75 CENTS e a c h pattern -add 25 cents each pattern foi first-class mail and specia handling. Send to Laura Wheel er, Northwest Arkansas TIMES 450, Needlecraft Dept., Box 161 Old Chelsea Station, New York N.Y. 10011. Print Pattern Num her. Name, Address, Zip. The source of inspiraton -- our new 1975 Needlecraft Catalog! 181 designs, 3 printed inside. S e n d 75 cents now. New! Nifty Fifty Quills ...$1.0 New! Ripple Crochet -$1.0 Sew Plus Knit Book .$1.2 Needlepoint Book ......... $1.0 Flower Crochet ...........$1.0 Hairpin Crochet Book .....$1.0 Instant Crochet Book .. .$1.0 Instant Money Book $1.0 Instant Macrame Book $1.0 Complete Gift Book $1.0 Complete Afghans No. 14 ..$1.0 12 Prize Afghans No. 12 5 cents Book of 16 Quilts No. I ...... 5 cents Museum Quilt Book No. 2 ... cents · 15 QUILTS FOR Today No. 50 cent Book of 16-Jiffy Rugs 50 cents SEQLUDED BEAUTY located on fiently tolling 40, acres, 3600 sq. ft, of beauty and comfort in this 4 bedroom 3'/ 2 bath with formal living and dining rooms. Also has. recreation: room, 2 -fireplaces and its own- private view of natural beauty. R U N N I N G CREEK. CLEAR PONDS highlights this profitable farm.. Good pastures, fenced and cross ienced. Good barns and a nice 3 bedroom mod«m home. Has a good income from a laying setup. LOOKING FOR PASTURE? have just under 100 acres all in No. 610. Drastic Reduction -- Owner must sell. If you have been setting back- wailing for a steal check, with '-us on-this property. ;X acres -- all in excellent pasture Property has a top income from 5 poultry houses with 80,000 capacity, all insulated and automatic 2 wells, three springs. 4 ponds, hog wire fencing, 2 barns and a worj shop. Native stone. 3 bedroom, ' room home. IP VOICRK BirnNQ OR SXU.J N a YOU WANT REALTY Fred. Merlon. . s: Jack Huge li Gene Hamm 4^ ESTATE- 2585 N o r f h College REALTORS 1202 N. College OUlca 442-5351 Evenings and weekends call: Bobbye Halbrook G. C. Faucette Sylvia Danforth Virginia Bowers Roger Williams Richard Ma yes Christine Blondeau Cathy Boyd grass. I ·ith plen' Fenced and of good FAYETTEIILLE ARKANSAS Raymond L. Logue John E. Armstrong Bessie Mae Bryan Bill Cosby 761-0786 S6-2866 WASHINGTON COUNTY. ARKANSAS NOIIV1L YORK, I'lainlllf -Vs. ALMA JEAN YORK. Dcleniimt The Defendant ALMA J E A N YORK warned In appear In this Court within thirty days imd ansner the complaint or the Phhtifl In the above cause, .Witness ~my : hand and seal or this Court this 12111 day of August. ALMAiKOWMEYER.' CHANCERY Clerk ' By KAYE CHAPPELL. D.C. tseni) 4TO 15. 23. B. Sept 5 agencies and officials with the telephone records of thousands of individuals," Nelson said. SUBURBAN REAL ESTATE CO. good improve d cross fenced wl water, hay fc CLOSE IN. CLOSE TO BY-PASS 10 to 20 acres for country living with convenience of downtown. LARGE CATTLE RANCHES have several large 200 to 350 acre ranches in excellent pasture. Plerr ty of water and nice homes. REALTOR Hwy. 45 E. Phone 443-2050 Broker Ron Sherwood FOR SALE BY OWNER Three bedroom', brick, den with fireplace, two baths, ; two" car garage with ' electric opener, large- utilttyroom, 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 S p.m. Res. 443-2227 Hes. 442-2277 Res, 442-9335 Kes. 442-6305 Kcs. 521-4237 Res, 443-2D69 Hes. 521-2004 Ees. 531-5971 BY OWNER 3 bedroom brick. 1'Va baths, cen-. tral heat and air, carpet, separate utility room, fenced back yard. .1.500 sq. ft. Assume 7% loan. Pay $4,500 equity. K2.500. 2103 Patti, Springdale. 751-4186. NEW home for sale at builders cost. Three bedroom, 2'A bath, all brick on ]argc lot, fireplace, double garage that's insulated and paneled, many extras. Approved value -$36,500. Builders cccl ¥32,400. Open house 1 to S p.m. Sunday! 1J-53 Overcresl, Kayetteville, or call Rogers, Ark., 636-7974 for an appointment. Call by 9:00 a.m. in morning or 6:00 p.m. in evening 1 . MS Farms Ranches Investment MURLSTEED Real Estate Exchange 1617 No. College 521-3900 RtALTOR NEW 3 and 4 bedroom homes tn Spring* dale's finest subdivision. For Information call Stan Howard's Royalty Homes. Inc. nt 77MTO7 or 751-167. Deborah Cowan Pam Brown 442-8vS7T WE NEED . 4 16 5 Bedroom older home. Also 40 to 120 Acre farm improved or unimproved. If you have either of these type property. Call us. FRONTIER THE ULTIMATE Private and beautiful. 12 acres of woods off 45 East with "an unbelievable view is the setting for this contemporary architect designed house.. What -does it have? It features . 2Va baths. Hvingroom with fireplace, farailyroom and sundecks off several of the many rooms. Storage space Is its plus sign Design style and comfort comes with this house in abundance. Call us for an appointment. W7.000. -· LOVELY HOME This three bedroom home Is. located on 1 a beautiful shaded one acre plus. Uvll fstvi .^ th sunken den contah SOLD '· 1T -'» baths, screened j · - , atio Jarg( 1974 MUSTANG GHIA COUPE Automatic, power steering and brakes, factory air conditioning, vinyl roof, radial tires, 8,000 miles in showroom condition. Wheeler Motor Co, PHONE 443-3453 fm 3244 N. College I* 3 (Highway 71 North) Open 8 to 7 COOL IT -V" In this nice 3 bedroom, centrally air conditioned home. Fenced back yard. Automatic washer and dryer included. 9ea it soon at $19,900.00. NOT ONE, BUT TWO 3 bedroom homes with 2 full baths, fireplaces central heat and air. Both close to Fayetteville. Well priced at $28,000,00 and §31,000.00. BEAT INFLATION With this 4 acres farmette near West fork. Has a small two, bedroom h o m e ' w i t h all conveniences and a small orchard with apple, cherry, pear pecan, plum and walnut trees. A'good buy at 525,000.00. 30 ACRES Pasture and woodland, close to West Fork. Good price and good terms, BACK TO N A T U R E With this cahrming bungalow on 1 acre of land. Has an excellent view and several oak and walnut shade trees. Priced right at J6.500.00. B R E A T H I N G SPACE A good 3 bedroom home on one acre of land with a shaded lawn and room for a garden. Well priced at $16,000.00, REAL ESTATE Compan/ 1015 N. College 521-6700 ORDINANCE NO. 2032 AH ORDINANCE REPEALING ORDINANCE NO. 1922 PURPORTING TO CHANGE TUB BOUNDARIES WARDS IN THE CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE. ARKANSAS; AND FOR'OTHER PURPOSES, WHEREAS, the Board of Directors adopted; Ordinance No. 1322-on July S, 1973, to chMige lha boundaries or wards In the Cfty of Fayeltaville, Arkansas; and WHEREAS, subsequent lo tha adoption of Ordinance No. 1022 tha Washington County Circuit Court entered an order pursuant fa Ark. 3fat Ann, Sec 194005 establishing new -ward boundaries lor "ic City; and · " WHEREAS, Ordinance No. 1922 was adopted pursuant lo authority granted dtles of Ihe first class by Reclton 7. Act, NO. 25$, 1973 Acts of Ihe General Assembly; and WHBREA8, iubiequenl lo the adoption of Ordinance No. 1922, the Arkansas Supreme Court declared said Section 7 to be unconstitutional. NOW, THERE FORS, BB IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE CITY OF PAYETTE- V1LLE. ARKANSAS: Section I. That Ordinaries No. 12Z adopted July 3. 1973, be, and the eanit icrcby Is, repeated. Section 2. Thai this ordinance shall » in full, force and effect from and after the time provided by law. PASSED AND APPROVED THIS 6th DAY OF AUGUST, 1974. APPROVED; RUSSELL T. PURDY REALTOR Bill Lazenby ..... 521-5833 Les Davis 521-4448 Doug Hartley .... 442-6446 2057 OLD WIRE RD. Four bedrooms 2',3 baths, living- room, din.ngroom, den, fireplace 540,000. Call 443-3694. storage room, central air and heat Bulterfield School District. 527,800. . NEW HOME J29.SM can buy a "lovely home on Vt 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 bea'utful building site in the area. The White River adjoins the property. 25 acres open with a few large trees left. If you want about 10 miles from Fayetteville with a beautiful building site call us. $32,000, term* available 10 ACRES Hi .miles off 18 West, $8,500. All you need is $1000 down, terms on the remaining amount. BUILDING SITES We have 2 acre tracts for $ff,000. RENT, ATTEST: OARLENE WESTBROOX CITY CLERK n (Seal) ITtJ 15 MAYOR . -Two /-Sol5 HOME In Red Arrow Subdivision. Corner lot 70*171, Large Iivtngroom kit chen carpeted. 2 hrdrooms, house r«cenUy painted, $2,000. Pfione 44-2G6S STROUt REALTY For right now and later on, we recommend this arch-seamed pleat-front dress or the pantsuit with slits. No waist seam, no need to hell it! Printed Pattern 4820: Half Sizes lm,12'/4, WA- W- 1W- Size 14V4 ( b u s t 37) takes 2% yards 60-inch. Send $1.00 for each pattern. Add 25 cents for each pattern for first-class mail and special handling. Send to Anne Adams, Northwest Arkansas TIMES, 438, Pattern Dept., 243 West 17lh St., New York, N.Y. 10011. Print NAME, ADDRESS, ZIP, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. MORE FOR YOUR MONEY in NEW FAtL-WINTER PATTERN CATALOG! 100 best school, career, casual, city fashions. Free pattern coupon. Send 75 cents. Sew Plus Knit Book -- has basic tissue pattern -$1.25 Instant Sewing Book ..· . $1.00 Instant Fashion Book $1.00 ADVERTISE HERE! Thousands of homemaken rent! this feature daily . . . and they' will «e* your This plus a 2 bedroom and bath with connecting bree7cway. A total ol 4300 square feet of lovely living, each room with Its own special Individuality, More than 12 rooms with large garage. On 15 acres o( special land located on White river with a "Park-like" Setting. Swimming, fishing and irrigation for the special landscaping that would go with the immense lawn. City Water Natural , Truely ths spot that you and yours can. enjoy the rst of your life. It's priced below market at only $70,000. By appointment only. Newliri Realty BY OWNER On Spacious Corner Lot Excellent [xjcation, Brick, 3 bed rooms Hi bath, nice-sized rooms, Carport- Garage with storage. Fenced Yard. Moving -- Must sell at n low $25,000. -..9howri by appointment. Phone; 521115V 1109 No. Oakland, Fayetteville." DRJVE DOWN AND LOOK AT THIS B E A U T I F U L LAKE on 27 acres, 1 A mile from 71 Hwy, 7 minnow ponds, mobile home hook-up, 2 outbuildings ill health forced owner to move. Very liitle raUe In price since bought a few year* ago. $14.800. large loan can be assumed. TONTITOWN on US Hwy, city wale? and natural gas. Level open grassland. Buy 10 acres or 5 acres for $2,500 per acre. Newlin Really Company .839-2553-or 8.19-2259 · , : . .West Fork, Arlt. Here is an opportunity to" Increase your Income, We have a three ticd- room bungalow with -family room just off North College -- Zoned Commercial -- the Price is only 516,750.00. Great for home and. office or outright Rental. BRAND NEW Sparkling ceramlc baths. luxury carpet, beautiful Ash kitchen cabinets, two-car garage paved drive, Central A(r. A Great family home with f o u r bedrooms. Price only $33,000,00. with $1.000.00 Down and 7%% interest to Qualified Veteran, BUNGALOW Here Is a genuln? bargair bf£ bedrooms. Dining : Rooi of built-lns. Close to UofA..-arid Towntown shopping. Price only $13,900.00. HOMEY-HOME Two Ibockg to Asbell School on large level lot. This roomy 3 bedroom Is a good family home carpeted, Draped Air Conditioned, Double Carport. Quiclt Possession. Price $29,500.00. LAND Five' acres with large Oak trees, blacktop on two sides -- close in on Hwy 16 West. Good place 1o buitd a home or Establish a business, . .. - , BUILDING; SITE Hwy. 45 East, level lot. 114x187. See this for your new home. GET AWAY FROM IT AIL on two streams, five acres, with fireplace, carpeted, all electric, f-- bidroo. .1 home. 513,300. Phone 442- for appointment. West Fork, Ark. NEW HOMES 3 and 4 bedrooms, large family- rooms with fireplace. 2 baths, 2 car garages, all built-Ins, central a/c. Erive up Mockingbird tane today and choose your home. I"in- nacing available. GINTQNIO BLDG. CO. - Phone 52i;337J after 5:00 p.m. or 521-1753 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. FRONTIER REAL ESTATE Company RIAUOR Doug Hartley Les Davis 1015 N. College 521-6700 442-6446 521-4448 "Bill" Lazenby .... 521-5833 Legal Notices-- RESOLUTION NOi'SMI '· RESOLJJTION AUTHOREtNG TUT CITY MANAGER TO HAVE EN Governors Are Pleased With Ford's Candor WASHINGTON (AP) -- Governors and mayors of both par- lies say President Ford has sig naled a new era of cooperation between the White House and leaders of the states and cities. "Once again, it's {un to come to Washington," said Gov. Wendell Anderson, D-Minn., chairman of the Democratic Governors Caucus, after Ford spent an hour in an informal meeting Wednesday with a bipartisan group of 15 governors. i 1 -The .state;;executives praised Ford- for "what they said was a new "attitude of sympathy for Iheir problems and a promise to maintain an open-door pol icy. Gov. Milton Shapp, D-Penn., said Ford's attitude was more important than promises. "Every time we had sucn a meet ing in the past, it wss a talk down-to session," Shapp said. Ford was described by the governors and mayors as "casual, informal and camlid." In their ^meeting. Ford held out no early hope of solving ths nation's ' inflation problems. "He said he had no tasy answers and I appreciated his candor," said Anderson. Shapp said Ford's openness was a marked contrast (o former President Richard M. Nixon--"Ihe difference batween the sun shining and a dark day." The 16 mayors who met with the new President were equally impressed. "There was a general warmth, considered to be a refreshing change over what we have felt the last Iwo years when we felt we were cut off," said Mayor Moon Landrieu of New Orleans. The mayors asked Ford to Richardson Sees Grounds For Prosecution HONOLULU (AP) - Former Atty. Gen. Elliot L. Richardson soys there are compelling grounds for prosecuting former President Richard M. Nixon for conspiracy to obstruct justice. But Richardson. says he prefers that Nixon "be allowed to recede into a position oE quiet and obscurity." Richardson, here to . address Ihe annual meeting of, the American Bar Association today, told newsmen Wednesday, "I think the grounds that tha president was a participant in 3 conspiracy to obstruct justice are quite compelling." But he added, "Resignation as president represents in itself an extraordinary type of penalty and the problem essentially is one of fairness, of propriety in dealing with this kind of situation." Meanwhile, George Beall, the U.S. attorney for Maryland who prosecuted former. Vice President Spiro T. Agnew, s a i d -he believes there would be no real purpose served hy putting Nix- n on trial so long as he is pro- libited from ever practicing .aw again. Beall told an ABA panel on Watergate he had second thoughts about his earlier insistence that Agnew should have been sent to jail. The panel included Sen. Sam J. Ervin Jr., D-N.C., who headed the Senate's Watergate investigation. Agnew w a s disbarred by a Maryland court. Richardson, a Republican, said there may be grounds-to disbar Nixon but that no action should be taken unless the former President decides to re-en- ,er law practice. Richardson said he personally would "shirk" from prosecuting Nixon, but he endorsed a proposed convention resolution declaring that Nixon --without naming him--should get no special consideration under ths law. The 'measure is expected la come before the 340-member House of Delegates late today or Friday, f i n a l day of tha ABA's 37th annual convention, GINKEniNO ESTIMATES STUDIES AND COST PREPARED FOH A STREET IMPROVEMENT. DISTRICT FOR MALLEY WAGXON RO.D FROM illGIIWAY IS EAST NOHTII TO THE BY OW^R: Nice 2 bedroom honse with gflrasr. Excellent location In Nortfi- «ast FnyeKevlUi. Ho realtor! ?'.«as«. Phone 751O37. FAYRTTEVm.'B CITY WHEREAS, the Board of Director* ot Ihe Cily ot Fayettcvitle, Arkansas, deems It desirable to enter into a street improvement program on Mall ay Wagnon Road from Jttgbway IS East North to Lha Fnyellevllle city Hmsts. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOL VED BY THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE CITY OK FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS: , Section I. That Uio City Manager fs hereby flulhorlzcd and direclert to cause- studies lo bo made of the need for street Improvements, ·inc'mding'fffadlnp. Paving', curbing, puttering, cfralnAga and -storm on Maftey Wagnon Rosd from 10 East north to · tha Fayetto- vlllo city Hmlls. 1 Section 2. That tha City Manager b«, and ht b«rebx IB* *u!horiz*d to otoMJ designate a top official as their White House contact man. "For the time being, your access is me," Ford replied, according to Mayor Jake Garn of Salt Lake City. Little Rock Gfy Strike Continues LITTLE ROCK (AP) -7- J. Bill. Becker, the president of the state AFL-CIO, said Wednesday that if Arkansas had fl. collective bargaining law there probably would not have been a strike by about 300 non- uniformed city employes. He said the strike shows the need for such a law. The city workers said the main issue is the city's refusal to commit itself to sign whatever agreement is reached between the two sides. City em- ployes currently work under an unsigned "Statement of Management Policy." Becker said he disagreed with City Manager Carleton McMullin that the strike is illegal. "Their cause is just," h» said. Becker also said he wasn't surprised at an ultimatum let- ler sent by McMullin which said all striking workers who did not report back to work today will be considered to have quit their jobs. He said the letter was a scare letter that all management sends out in such a situation. TERMITES ? CALL ADMIRAL PEST CONTROL Roaches, Ants, Spiden, etc. COMMERCIAL 4 RESIDENTIAL. 442-7298

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