Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 30, 1974 · Page 15
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47-Raol Eitat«-For Sal* 47-Rwl Et1at*-for Sal* LISTINGS NEEDED ROOT SCHOOL Pleas»nt living in thl* Uixur. lolwly carcded 3 bedroom home. Large stone fircplace,- Conitant comfort with central year round air conditioning, Spacious carport. Workshop fn partial basement. 418,500. Call Maurice Mechem at 443-4316 or 631-5483 lor appointment. $21,000.00 Lot* of »q. footage In this 3 bedroom .home with large living room, family room and cUnin£ room. Luxuriously ca'r- peted throughout and decorated with that extra charm. It's just ofJ Highway Tl south. Call 443-4318 FOR APPOINTMENT. .POTHAST REALTY CO. 443-4316 0 Acre*, fenced A cross fenced, 60 anie grata, 3 ponds 3 bedroom rlclc home, Ufa bath, new 15,000 lcel trussed chicken hou**, an- nther «teel trussed chicken houte 3 years old both 000, 23% down. 196 Acres on state Highway, 100 acres open land, z broiler house*, one steel trussed,-1 wood trussed, 12,500 capacity, iiao.000. 2140 N. College Flora Sistrunk Maurice Mechem Floyd Pothast Jr. 521-5463 443-33.1; NEW .HOMES 3 and 4 bedrooms, large family rooms with fireplace. 2 baths, 2 car garages, all built-Ins, centra a/c. Drive up Mockingbird La IK today and choose your home. Fin nacing available. G1NTONIO BLDG. CO. Phono 521-3373 after 5:00 p.m. or 521-1753 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. · "_'. BY owner. Three bedroom, IVi balh brick home In Sprinffdale. AsstimabT mortgage with low down payment. Gal BY OWNER : N ice 1 iMMh-owii hous v r n l t h garaffe. Excellent location in North - - east Fayetleville. No realtors pleast -- Phone 751-3257, ,"' EVERYBODY readi - ^DS. You «T6l th TISIE3 WANT lutomatlc, U15,- both automatic, S.OOO Sq, ft. In this business bullring partly rented for $125 per g pa: onth. Priced to *e)l at $23,500. 47-Real Ettatr-For SaU 3 Bedroom new home, attached farage partly finished for another room, utility connections, brick front lot 135x50, Priced at $18,000. 13 Acres west of airoprt In Greenland, 10 acres of fescue and ber- muda. Home overlooking large lake stocked with fish ,all brick home, 3 bedroom or 2 bedroom and den, central heat and air, washer/dryer look-ups, barn and automatic build- Ing, park-like setting plus nice home and location make n most attractive place for commuting the Job with pleasant rural living. City water, natural gas. $50.000. NEWLIN REALTY CO. West Fork. Arkansas 839-2522 or 839-2259 BY OWNER 3 BEDROOM HOME Large, lot, chain link fence. Good gar den, Furniture. Call alter 5;M p.m., W2-T9SO. LARGE HOUSE Commercially Zoned Lot 55x165 229 N. Block This house could be used for business or home or both. Call 442-8713 a f t e r 5:00. $20,000 READY TO BECOME A HOMEOWNER? . We have Just the right home for the young family's flrstl Within easy walking distance to Root El em. School, this 3 BR, 2 Ba. brick has central hent nnd air and a chain- link fenced back yard. And priced to sell at $28.500. For an appt. to aec, call Pa Wine McKlnney at 521-1300 or nites, 521-1649. TRANSFERRED OWNER SAYS SELl Excellent location within walking distance to Root School. 3 BR, 2 ba. home with formal LR large den with FP kitchen with all built-ins. and large lot. Priced at fit,500, For an appt. to see, call 531-1600. DO YOU ENTERTAIN oyur friend* or your children's? Then this completely remodeled 3 BR home In walking distance of Root school 1* for you! 2250 sq. ft. of heated and air conditioned space includes a 20x20 game room plus a large family room area and formal living room, with FP. New heating and air condiltonlng systems stone patio with privacy fence and large chain-link fenced backyard are bonuses; All for $43.900. For an appt. to see. call 531-1300. MR. INVESTOR We have a townhouae duplex, quality custom construction with Iht finest materials and workmanship, located Northwest Fayettevllle ready for its new owners to live in one side and rent the other or Just sit back and enjoy the return on your investment, Call 521-1300, LOOK at t h i mountains from the large cement deck across the back oi this lovely 4 BH, 3^ bath home with largo formal nnd Informal e n t e r t a i n i n g areas in the 3,000 aq, ft. of floor space. Exclusive location in the Root School Dlst. and an oversized lot are included In this package. Priced · below replacement at $87,900. To see anytime .call 521-1300. Nites week-ends call OPEN HOUSE Mayberry Street Strawberry Hill Off Old Wire Road North This contemporary home was completed last week. It has 3 large bedrooms, 2 full baths, 2 car garage, family room with fireplace and vaulted beamed ceilings and an intercom system. If you are thinking of buying a new home, or are just interested in looking, please drop by to see the quality and beauty built into a Smith-Freeman homev See you there. Saturday -- Aug. 31--1-5:00 p.m. Sunday -- Sept. 1 -- 1-5:00 p.m. F R E E M A N Real Estate REALTOR 1617 N. College 521-6300 Pauline McKinney James Baker Jean Anna Sellers BAKER ASSOCIATES REALTORS 1618 N. College 521-1518 442-5090 442-9084 REACTOR 521-1300 SUPER HORSE BARN No, 1045. Board other people's horses and live on valuable smal acreage. Northwest location. §32,- 000. Call 531-7372 or after hours cal Frances Langham 443-3157 for tails. A 'LOT OF SPACE, BUT NOT A IOT .OF PRICE No. 1043 4 bed rooms f 2 baths huge lot, 2 blocks off square. If quali fied. LOW down, LOW payments $15,500. Call 521-7272 or after hour Nadine Miller 521-7473. WOMAN'S WORLD 538 ,. Breezy or balmy -- Ihls jao- '·"kct is ideal for all days. Openwork pineapples add see , thru charm to a jacket thai teams with brief or no-sleev '"fashions. Crochet of 3-ply fin '.gering yarn. Pattern 538: sizes .,.12-18; 38-44 included. . 75 CENTS each pattern -add 25 cents each pattern for first-class mail and specia ·^handling. Send to Laura Whee Mer, Northwest Arkansas TIMES, 450, Nedlecraft Dept "Box 161, Old Chelsea Station "New York, N.Y. 10011. Prin Pattern Number, Name, Ad dress, Zip. "The source of inspiration -- ou .' new 1975 Needlcraft Cata ,,Ipg! 180 designs, 3 printed in ,,side. Send 75 cents now. ..New! Nifty Fifty Quilts $1.0) -New! Ripple Crochet SI.01 Sew plus Knit Book $1.2 -.Needlepoint Book $1.0r 'Flower Crochet $l.d 7 Hairpin Crochet Book $1.0 -·Instant Crochet Book jl.Oi ,-Jnslant Money Book .. ...SI.Oi Instant Macrame Book ... $I.Oi . Complete Gift Book $1.0 ' Complete Afghans No. 14 . .$1.0 12 Prize Afghans No. 12 SO cent Book of 16 Quills No. 1 .50 cent Museum Quilt Book No. 2 cents 15 Quilts for Today No. 3 . ...5 cents Book of 16 Jiffy Rugs 50 cent A Convenient Sewing and hopping Guide far Today's Gal on the Go, PRINTED PATTERN 4608 Two Ixicatfcna 2800 N. College NW Ark. Plaz ' 521-7272 After S p.m. Call Plaza Gallery at 521-7275 ONCE IN A LIFETIME You have a chance to own one o the truly historic homes in Fay ettevlllc. Beautifully decorated an maintained. 3,200 sq. It. of dLstinc tlve living located at 350 N. Ollv St. Shown by appointment -- Ca today for a showing. Price S70.0W (former Jack Heed Realdence). N. College 52: "Developers of Hyland Park" HOME LAND BY OWNER Secluded home and 6 acres Mountain Woodland 3 miles fro University, near Hwy. 62 Wes Open contemporary design by a chitect, western cedar constru tion, 4 bedrooms. Z baUis, scree porch, atone fireplace, quart basement, kennels. Includes drap couch, table, dishwasher refri erator, atove. many buiUins. nous and 6 acres, afler 6:00. !S9.000. Call 443-21 SMAJjL house in Lincoln, two bloc from square, garden space, only Phone 443-5273 or 8IG-211 7--R*a! Ertate-For Sale--' 47-Real Estato-For Sale A SPECIAL SITUATION, town acreage In th« form of fl ntnsticnlly lovely yard provides c setting lor older six room nave stone nnd frame home with replace, patio, 2-car port, etc. A| cond rock dwelling, having lis, vn kitchen and balh, could be a ! ucst house or rental. A £rent irden spot, lengthy driveway, fine ndscaping (offering much prlva- y) nice storage house and SU- ERB LOCATION contribute to ils unusual properly package. In ic fifties. 2,5 Acres on mountain p. LOWER INTEREST LOAN wo BR home. Central heat. Very rgc lot about 3 ,i acre, Loan bal. 0,100. T/3% interest, payment $91 onth. Price ?15,000. LOW COST BH. 1 bath home located In' area other nice small homee. Cenal heat. Some shade trees. Price 3,900. B U I L D ONE mall acreage wilh view. N i c e vo three acre tracts in good rea, Fayetlevllle school bus, nat- ral gas. Very good wells in the ·ea. Only one mile outside city mils. CflU Richard Mayes. Phone 43-2659. LARGE COMFORTABLE FAMILY HOME ' In Greenland Area _r 5 bedrooms, living, dining reakfast room, kitchen, office ·ith hu go builttn desk a nd otn /all of bookshelves. 2 full baths H nad CA, carpeted, large red ?ODd Bimdeck, lots ol trees or irge lot completely chain link onced on. 3 ,i acre. Home 2200 sq t., extra storage building makes ice playhouse, school bus picks up hitdren at 8:00 a.m. Can be avail ble by the time Greenland Schoo tarts. Price §27,600. LOTS OF SPACE fell cared for 3 BH and den home . area of other nice homes. Al ooms large. Pretty carpeting. CH itchen stove large window ai nit, and draperies Included. Near hopping center. Large level lo vith shade trees. This home hai bout 1500 sq. ft, .heated area 'rice UG.950. ROOMY REASONABLE Located In NW Fayetleville. Thii BR home has: approx 1100 sq f E pleasant living area. Needs ( ittle work, but It's an excollen' uy at 517,200 with good financing rrangements. Convenient to U * L shopping center. 5 ACRES--SMALL HOME lural property with about 450' ighway frontage, and neat 2 BR rame home. Just east of Springdali ity limits. Good well, natural gai ots of trees, city H2.O available "arly 20'a. SPACIOUS large 4 BR home on edge of clti baths. Plenty of storage. D!sh vasher, - Kitchen range drape net. Plenty of storage. CH Air 200 sq. ft. heated area. Shady lol i acre enclosed in chain ence. $27,600. BY OWNER 412 ROLLING HILLS hree bedroom, 1 \'y ba 1 li, form a 1 vingroom, diningroom, fully equip- ed kitchen, breakfast, urea den r ith FP, separate playroom and orage area, fenced yard. Approx- niately 2,000 sq. ft. mid 30's 442203. REALTORS 1202 N. College Office 442-535 Evenings and weekends call: Bobbye Halbrook Res. 443-222 G. C. Faucette Kes. 442-227 Sylvia Danforth Res. 412-9S35 Virginia Bowers Res. 442-630 Roger Williams Res. 521-423 Richard Mayes Res. 443-286 Christine Blondeau Hea. 521-20 Cathy Boyd Hes. 521-59 Mary Jane Fitch Res, 442-606 1800 Sq. Ft. 3 Bedroom tesidence Hearing Completio l=?i acres In beautiful Wcdini ton Woods. 3 large bedroonia, 3 baths, family room, native ston fireplace,-double garage, beautlf view. All for the nominal pric of $38,000. For appointment ca Harry Flesher at 443-2465; afti hours 443-2M6. BEACON REALTY CO Across from AQ Chicken House--Hwy. 71 North Springdafe, Arkansas Office Ph. 751-7473 Earl Sherry Carol Hinds Gary Jech "Bob' BROKER McMillan 751-295 248-U9 751-219 751-978 FIVE ACRES ONE ACRE Frame horn Close in West on 16, Fenced with with neat Stone *ood p a s l ure and garden, dean, g^ «,,=«?,, a newly carpeted Three bedroom bedrooms, utility room plus ee for home. Se , your country hame, S id c storage building. Owner trade. Call us for details, 3 BEDROOM CLOSE-IN LOCATION Brick, completely remodeled, at- Excellent Five Room Cottajje, r Inched two-car earaa« Patio -- cently redecorated and new qual tacnea two-car garage, patio -ca L Movc r| M in. The Price large trees garden area, a Great only ?13,900.00 with good Jinan Ing. buy -- Move right in. ONLY 2 MAIN PARTS for this terrific tent! Zip it up quickly to wear three beautiful ways all thru fall! Choose poplin, knits, flannel. Printed Pattern 4608: Misses Sizes 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 12 (bust 34) takes 2% yards iD-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 FRONTIER REAL ESTATE 521-6700 1015 N. College MAPLE MANOR hero Quiet Country Living Bo mes A Suburban Life Style" ost Ideal For The Family Four Floor Plans Starting at $150.00 Small Deposit Holds Your Choice CAL! (501) 521-7206 3001 Wedington Drive 47-Real Etlafe-For Sale furnished, and rented. Monthly Northwest Arkanwi TIMES, Friday, Aug. 30, 1974 FAVETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS PRAIRIE GROVE new 3 bedroom brick homes, rages, dfslnvasher, 6"ispOi"al, 2 car central at and air, colse to schools, Open Lly, see on Ansus Drive or cat! Carl eeves Buitder, 413-2773. THREE BEDROOM HOME WITH SWIMMING POOL Assume $1000 equity Phone W2-2733 GOT A SHOE STRING? We have Just the investment for a "shoe siring" Investor. Older home that has been converted Into duplex, Upstairs both unlla «tay . _ ... Income grosses £145. And It's pi Iced at only $23,500. For an appt, to sec call Pauline McKlnney at 5311300 or nlles, 521-1549. NEAR SHOPPING and schools in Sprlngdale, this 3 I5H, l',i ba. home is worth the money at 119,500. Good assumable low Interest loan and immediate possession. To see anytime, call 521-1300. . CUSTOMIZED is the word to dcscrlb* this lovely 3 BR, 2 ba. brick home in one ol Fayeltevllle's flneat areas. Custom drapes matched appliance* Including rorrig., washer dryer, privacy fenced patio with chain-link fenced back yard.. Good awumsble loan and immediate possession. 537,000. For an appt, to MC, call 531 -1300. BUTTERFIEID SCHOOL DEM. and 4 BRs make this one ot the moat dwlrable listings we have. 2Va baths, custom drapes, self-cleaning oven and nice level lot are icing on the cake. H5.000. For an appt. to «e«, call 531-1 MO or nites; .NEW CUSTOM-BUILT 4 BR, 3 Ba. home with a view that haa to be seen to be believed is located in Root School Dtst., and offers the best of eyerthing. Perfect for the executive's entertainment-minded family. Priced below replacement at 968.500. For an appt. to see, call 521-1000. Nlles Weekcnsd call: Le«jal Notices-- duo notice ot the lime and place ot a a Id meeting, find the purpose thereof, and a quorum confuting of the following members. Otto Bishop, Jr., Bobby Joo Center. Clawnc* L. Lottie and F. Sum- Smith adopted a resolution reading lollowi: 'Thai, this School BWrd, In accord- re vcilh tha provisions of Act 331 the Acts of the Ccpcrftl Assembly 1953, will rtlft application with the ite Board of Education [or n loan m the Revolving Loan Fund iount of t6,000, to be evidenced by Certificate ol Indebtedness, and to retired over a period o( not'to exceed years, from rev«nucs nccruIng to rnUnx «nd-or surplus tund(A). The cctds of the loan will b* used (or: rchaia of a School But BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY School District Mo. 20 Of Washington County, Arkansas By F. Sumner Smith, President By Otto H. BiJhop, Jr., Secretary c Aug. 30 James Baker PauHne McKinney Jenn Anna Sellers 442-6009 52L-1549 412-9084 EAUTEFirL 3 bedroom home with replace, sundeck, family room and vine room. Hickory Creek Area, iwner moving to Rogers, Priced sell. Call 638-8050 or 636-2ZSO. OUR SEASONS REALTY Phone 636-8050 515 West Walnut ROGERS, ARKANSAS 72756 REALTOR LDEK house and six mobile homes HI G acres, all rented. Halt mile West prlnffdale. For sale by owner. Rione CT-37S5. VANT A WOODSY AREA? !o. 966. Here are a acres 6f It I most all wooded. Located on H\vy 3 E, among attractive surround- ngs. Call 521-7Z72 or after hours 'ranees Langham 443-3157. ACREAGE AND LOTS No. 1005. 0^ acres on Hwy. 71 by, 500' frontage, level and clear- d. Also five residential lots in ame area. Owner will consider a rade. 558,000. Call 531-7272 or af- er hours Muriel Hoxvard 521-2083. REALTOR BARER ASSOCIATES REALTORS 1618 N. College 521-1300 BY OWNER: Incom* properly, 17 ajw ments, 3 years old, goofl location. Prl reasonablv. Good financing available Phone 443-354$. FARMS RANCHES 416 A.' about half clear. 3 springs. ponds, fenced and , Marketable limber, . cross fencec older Two Locations 2800 N. College NW Ark, Plaza 521-7Z72 After 9 p.m. Call Plaza Gallery at 521-7275 , t off pavement. Will sell bal. at %%. 247 A. all open bottom, fenced an cross-fenced Improved pasture running 200 cows. 2 barns, on pave mtnt S mi. from Fayetteville. SoOC per a. 2,600 A. at ?V73 p«r a! Mbstlj wooded, about 200 open in pasture Appier. \'t can be cleared. Goo barn, tenant house ample watei spring fed branch. 1,500 A. wooded j aomft open In ol fields, just off pavement. $37fi A 378 A., good barn, machine shet 247 a. bottom couid be irrigate! V* mi. river. ?i57,000. 29% dowi bal. 20 yrs. at 0%. Beautiful executive ranch, 9 mill from courthouse on blacktop A Frame 3 bdrm- in good condvtio lake, barn, springs, .exceUent fenc and cross-fence, beautiful buildln sites all cleared and Bet up fo horse breeding. 122 A. well wort $200,000 price tag. These and other farm propertl handled by Hiram Brook*. Ca him on these or any other land i quests. HfGH ON A WtNDY HILL You'll find this newly listed 3 I) ed room brick. Excellent condition, lovely kitchen, family room \vith f/p and formal living room. Featuring nice lot with a tree shaded view. .Located on Windy Hin In Northridge Addition, $35,000.00, FAMILY HAVEN Prestige location on Oak Manor Drive. A four bedroom home with family room spacious master bedroom. Kitchen fully equipped, Formal Living room, S1SO sq U T, P of boated and a/c space. Up and down construction. Good loan. Only $43,500.00, 1985 N. College 521-350 Julie Eaves Jan Henson Wilma Coolick Ixms Stanlon 44Z-72 521-S5 521-70 442-8' WE HAVE A NUMBER OF 2-S Bedrm homes in prices rang! from J9.500. up. We will assist y in arranging financing. Before a f t e r ranging looKinijg around be sure drop In at our office. Finding the most suitable buy for yo money Ls good business for us. Auto Museum To Be Given To State MORRILTON, Ark. (AP) - larles Owen, an official of the tate of the late Gov. Winthrop ockefeller, said Thursday a insultant had' recommended the estate turn over the useum of Automobiles to the state Parks, Recreation nd Tourism Commission then Dproved n resolution asking le estate to go ahead with the ansfer. Owen was at the com- lission meeting here. The museum, located In Petit ean State Park, contains 29 ntique automobiles collected y Rockefeller and is valued at tout $2 million. William R: Henderson, direc- or. of the .Parks, Recreation nd Tourism Department, said e thought the state could reak even on operation of the museum, but he could not iromise. Patent Expert Sees Genius In Everyone MADISON Wis. (AP) -- Rolf Darbo believes there's a bit of Edison In all of us, and nearly everybody who got past high school geometrty has the makings of a bona fide inventor. "Anybody who can thtink Up a smaller, better or cheaper product can be an inventor," says Darbo, 68. who conducted a patent clinic Tor iiie University of Wisconsin before retiring three years ago. Darbo, who has marketed-10 patents, says all it takes is a little creative tinkering and common business sense to turn an idea into a product on the tate. The shelves. "Edison used to say invention was 10 per cent inspiration and 90 per cent perspiration." says Darbo, "but now it's 1 per cent inspiration, 9 per cent perspiration and 90 per cent market analysis and merchandis- Before the state could accept Ke museum, Gov. Dale Bump- rs, the Legislative Council and lie director of the state Department of Finance and Adminis- ration would have to approve. Woman's Body Is Identified UTTLE ROCK (AP) -- The ody of a woman found floating n Little Maumelle Creek Sunday after she apparently had been shot to death was identi- 'led Thursday as that of Marcella Phillips, 51, of North Little Rock. Sheriff Monroe Love saif, Mrs. Phillips had been em- He says the first thing a would-be inventor should do when struck with an idea -most people think of ways to make their jobs easier -- is to take out a disclosure document. This preliminary patent gives the inventor one year to market or improve the invention before it - becomes public domain and is up for grabs for anyone who can sell it. ' "That is why I say do it now or drop it quick," says Darbo. READY PROTOTYPE After filing, he said, the inventor should .put together a prototype for the. invention out of whatever is handy, looking for the most practical way to produce the invention and make it work. At the same time, Darbo advises, the inventor should be checking the marketing possibilities to determine if anyone wants to sell the invention and, more important, whether anyone wants to buy it. Darbo had to sell V.OOO of the inti-freeze testers he. invented lefore a corporation stepped in and brought the rights from him for $10,000. He said it's best to check with businessmen and industry ployed at Prospect Farms packaging frozen chicken and lad been laid off work, but was scheduled to report back to work Monday. Deputies tracing leads -to determine the woman's identity located some relatives a Greenbrier, Weiner and North Little Rock. .They came to Little Rock to identify the body as did Mrs. Phillips' ex-husband. Medical records confirmed the identification; Love said. D e p u t i e s still are investigating the death and have a suspect, Love said. He declined to identify the suspect, who is not in custody. Love said no motive for the slaying representatives who might be interested in the invention rather than friends reluctant to impart a discouraging word. "One of the most common mistakes people make is to become overly enthused," said Darbo, recalling one couple who thought they would strike it rich by inventing a bathtub had been determined. Mrs. Phillips, who lived alone, reportedly last was seen talking to a neighbor about 8 a.m. Saturday, Love said. Authorities have determined that Mrs. Phillips was killed no earlier than 2 a.m. Sunday or no later than about 6 a.m. Sunday. She was found about 10 a.m. by two women who told deputies they had gone to the creek to wash some vegetables. 3533 N. "Developers of Hyland Park" TCAlTOfTWe Practlc* the Golden Rule" BY OWNER 4 bedroom, 2 bath brick home. Large living, dining, and family- room. New custom drapes and sculptured shag carpet throughout, Eye level oven dishwasher and bar area, lovely view, near University. Immediate occupancy. Call 521-3487. --COMMERCIAL- ATTENTION, ALL INVESTORS! No. 1003. Two young duplexes located on Hwy. 19 W; approximately 840 sq. ft. per unit, assume 8% loan. $43,500. Call 521-7272 or after hours Wayne Reese 7S1-7300. HOW WOULD YOU LIKE.... No. 1036. (1) 5 to REALTOR Doug Hartley 442-6446 Bill Lazenby 521-5833 Les Davis 521-4448 NEW FALL-WINTER PATTERN CATALOG! 10 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 Thousand* of homemakerm rwl IWi fMtun J»Uy . . . and will §ee jour Our objective at FREEMAN Real Estate is to put that sign on every listing we hold. FREEMAN works at selling your property. In the past 30 days, FREEMAN has sold 14 properties with a total value of over $300,000.00. In these times of tight money and high interest, it takes a team of professionals who know financing and the value of real estate to do the job properly. FREEMAN Real Estate has this knowledge, [f you sincerely want to sell your property, call FREEMAN and let us give you an honest estimate of what it is worth in today's complex real estate market. FREEMAN Real Estate REAUO« 1617 N. College 527-6300 Siloam Springs; [2) newly remodeled 3 bedroom 2 bath home; (3) trees small orchard; (4) Income from 2 completely automatic laying hen houses; (5) outbuildings; all price at $30,500. Terms available Gall 521-7272, Lee Ward. Two Locations. 2SOO N. College NW Ark. Plaza 521-7212 After 6 p.m. Call Plaza Gallery at 521-7275 NEW 3 bedroom 114 bath, carpeted on Lake Senuoyah Road near Baldwin iota price 518,900, J1.500 down paymeM, $1:0 month. Gill Don Dfnjfledine 521-313 8:006:00 or 412-8153 aner 6:00. BY BUILDER -- New 3 bedroom, ! bath, fjreplace, dishwasher, air condition er, 2 car garage with remote control door, near Astwll Oehool 413-SJ?8. FISHING AT BACK DOOR S Acres, s miles out 18 West. I Bedrooms, fireplace, new home $19,300. Will consider trade. Phom 442-5928. NEW home for sale at builders oost Three bedroom, 2W balh, all brick on ]ar?e lot, fireplace, double ffarage lhat'j insulated and iwnelecT, many extras Approved value $36,500. Builders cos $37,100. Open house 1 to 5 p.iu.iSun«ta 115,1 Ovcrcrest, Fayetteviile, or ca Rogers, ArV., KW-7G74 for an appointment Cnll by 9:00 a.m. !n moralatf or 6:00 p.m, in evening. DRASTIC PRICE REDUCTION! In West Fork. Three bedrcom frame on ^i acre, near school. House h'as 1W baths, dishwasher, carpel, central heat. Now priced $10,500. HURRY! Slagecoiidi Real Estate, 521-1180. Alter hours Mildred Graue, 142- 42JO. Belle Davis Admitted To Hospital NEW YORK (AP) -- Film shelf could where park the nearsighted their eyeglasses while bathing. Another idea is to check retail outlets such as drug stores and hardware stores to ask clerks and customers if they think a demand might even develop for the invention. But one of the main things, o says, is not to go into an invention enterprise confident of becoming a millionaire. "The everyday inventor who breaks even on his patents," Darbo smiles, "is a success-" Prisoner Shot In Escape Affempl FOUR NEW 3 bedroom homes just being completed [n Meadow Lark Addition just off Goto Springs Road. Also 2 new homes, VA approved in Springdale. Call Harrison Davis collect, Siloam Springs, 1-524-4888 between 6 pm and 7:30 am. Will be open Sat. Sun. berween 2 5. LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Arthur Lee Hattison, a Cummins Prison Farm inmate, was shot and captured Thursday after ha attempted to escape while waiting for a medical examination at the State Hospital. star Belie Davis has suffered a tencf oTlkfp!TM^^ mild back strain while rehears- first-degree murder and rob- ing the Broadwayjbound musi- bery f r o m p ulaski county, cal Miss Moffatt " Hc was wounded in the left Ihe plays scheduled per- thigh by a shot fired by Sgl. formance in Baltimore Sept. 9- Scotl Milstead of the state Cor- 21 was canceled, .and the first rcc iion Department. A hospital U""""? is now scheduled for spokesman said the wound was Philadephia on Sept. 23. not serious. A , spokesman . said Miss Tim Baltz, information direc- Davis _ 66 developed pains in tor for the department, said her left leg during rehearsals Hattison was one of five in- on Tuesday and the following ma tes taken lo the Shuffield jday was admitted to a hospital. Family Practice Building at the The ailment was diagnosed as state Hospital f n r medical PN- a back sprain, requiring physi- animation. Shuffield =· built in cal therapy for at leas', one a small depression ttiitv.,y """* south of a parking lot behind IN PRAIRIE Grov*. Cozy 2 bedroom home with Cull basement. Heavily shaded lot. Walk to school and [own. Call SJ6-2515 for appointment PRICED REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE 3 bedroom I',i baths. carpeU nad basement, corner lot, 4 blocks from schools, J10.000. Phone 84«-3396. ATTENTION REAL ESTATE SALES PERSONNEL We are expanding our zales Ataff. For a confidential interview call Mike R. Watson, Ktncald it Co. 442-7331. Legal Nottcet NOTICE OF INTENTION TO BORROW FUNBS TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: A mecllns cf [he Board ot Director* of Washington County School District Nn 20 of Washington County. Art»njaa, was helrl at Fayeltevillft In Washington County Arkansas, on the 25lh day a July, ira. at the hour of T:SO o'clock p.m. 'AH member! of lai Board bat week. "Miss Moffatt" is a musical j, e . 103 pita! wmg oT the" n v e r adapfa ion of "The Corn is s j t y of Arkansas Medical Cen- Green, in which Miss Davis ter. starred on the screen 29 years ago. President To Meet Weekly With Doctor While sitting in a waiting area just inside the west doors of the hospital, Milstead said, Hatlison walked slowly around a row of chairs about-10 feet from Milstead and as ho reached the double glass doors leading outside, ran from the building. Milstead pursued as Hattison will meet weekly with his doc- stop. When he didn't. Milstead l -S. r J? rn 15-minute chats" to fired a warning shot into the i?," h hLt a ,°I 10 ,,??,V nt - T ai . r J"st before Hattison round- clean bill of health last week'yards, Hattison ran east MTM of hfs 3 200- TM± l ° t r i m "* 5tC3d Mid he did not "^ » Sot of his 200, pounds tho ? because of the parking lot ling. The President is seldom seen publicly in glasses, but needs them for " sight. Masterson To Speak HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (AP~) Mike Masterson, managing editor of the Hot Springs Sentinel Record and New Era, will address the National Newspaper Association's Mid-America meeting and Trade Show at Kansas City, Kan., Sept. 20. Masterson, 27, has been managing editor of the newspapers since February. He formerly was editor of the Newport Daily Independent. ·unnmg across 1 then down Elm :, Milstead began firing, was a downhill shot with nee good backdrop and no cars or people in the background," ha said. He fired three shots. Two kicked up dirt at the inmate's feet, and the Ihird struck him in the leg. Milstead said. The shot from' Milslead's .38- caliber service revolver was fired from about 60 yards away. It knocked Haltison down, but he got up and hobbled about 30 more yards down Sixth Street where Milstead found him lying in some bushes. Hatlison was taken to the Medical Center for treatment.

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