Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on September 11, 1974 · Page 27
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torthvmt Arfcanwj TIMES, Wed., Sept. tl, 1974|47-R«al EHat«-For Sal«- [47-Reol Estote-For Sal»- FAVETTIVILLE, ARKANSAS 47-HUal E«tat«-for Sal* .215 S. BLOCK Vtrj fine older two bedroom carpeted home -- CH Wall alr- cond it loner -- basement -- work- ·hop -- large patio and separate larife, 50'xlfiO 1 lot -- appro*, block from Penney's. $15,000. » A; -- Lincoln -- excellent. M A. -- Strlckler -- potentials. 1 A..-- Trailer* and home, 40 A. unimproved -- Prairie Grove. ft. good chicken setups, : THE OSBURN BROKERS Phone 443-44M HWY «2 WEST ' 47--Real EstoK--For Sal«- Btff'AHOHE LOVELY Deluxe 3 bedroom brick on tree studded lol, chain link fenced back yard, 2 car garage* den with WBFP, living room with shag carpet nnd WBFP. hall and BH'* place carpeted. 2 baths, kitchen with all goodies, CH/CA. Upper 30's. 7 LEVEL ACRES with nice 2 b e d r o o m home fenced yard, 4 stall b a r n , corral, pond/ good shade and grass. FAYETTEVILLE. REAL ESTATE Office 412-7081 3247 N. College Omer Verwera J«rrv Watson Thelma Culwell Barbara McCleister 442-8415 267-5336 WE ARE PROUD! No- 10»* to offer this 2 bedroom home that the owners have given co much care and attention to; It's spick and span, plenty of cabinet and lots of living area. «14,750. Call 521-7272 or after hours Tim Stewart 751-6326. REMODELED OLDER HOME No. 1059 Large tree-shaded lot In very desirable neighborhood. Most of the work has already been done for you on this 3 bedroom home with half basement. It's carpeted, has central heat, separate dining room, large front porch with swing. Low price of · (11.500. Call 521-7272 or after hours Muriel Howard 521-20S3. . Two Locations 2332 N. College NW ArK. Plaza 521-7272 After 6 p.m. Call Plaza Gallery at 521-7275 ONE ACRE with neat Stone Frame home on Hwy 16 East near Baldwin. Carpeted. -Built-in kitchen -- 3 bedrooms utility room plus outside storage building. Owner will trade. Call us for details, CLOSE-IN LOCATION Excellent Tive Room Cottage, recently redecorated and new quality carpet. Move -right in. The Price is only · $13,900.00 with good financing.. . FIVE ACRES Close in West on 16. Fenced with good pasture and garden. Clean, newly carpeted Three bedroom home. 'See for your country home, 3-BEDROOM Brick, completely remodeled, attached two-car garage, Patio -large trees garden area, a Great buy -- Move right In. FRONTIER REAL ESTATE Company REALTOR HEARD ABOUT THE TANDEM PLAN? money is available on this new home between Fayetteville nnd Springdale. 3 bedrooms, 1 baths fireplace and much more. 531,500, AN AFFORDABLE PRICE This new brick home in Springdale has 3 bedrooms, IVi baths, central heat and air. Get II for an unbelievable $22,250. FOR THE ^EXECUTIVE ' This luxury 3 bedroom 2 bath home even has a burglar alarm system. Call for en appoinfment to see all the other extras. HOME FOR THE FAMILY 3 bedrooms and 2 baths for $59.900. J2-1,000 assumable loan at 1%. If you have the cash, for the equity, this Is the home for you. FOR THE FITURE Take your pick of these two 2 hedrom, 1 hath rent houses on Highway 71 S. 90 and 100 feet front age on the high wn y assure development potential. $17,500 eacn. CAN YOU WAIT? If you can, we have several acres close to highway 71 N. .that are zoned commercial and are sure NATIVE STONE CEDAR NEW 3 bdrm nnd den, 2 bath home on Lakeroad Jus I North of Lake FayeUevllle, Central heat and air paneled den with fireplace, patio nnd deck, all kitchen bill- ins. Over 1,700 sq ft for ONLY $42,900. Listed by Julie Eaves. YARD FULL OF FLOWERS Plus Zoysia lurl for beauty and ease of keeping. 4 bdrm and den, 2 balh brick home with central heat nnd air, large formal living room, galley kitchen with usual bullMns. utility room and 1 car garage. Lots of living for JUST $44,900. , QUIET STREET 3 bdrm, 2 bath brick in quiet, wooded area, on West slope of Mt. Sequoyah. Range, disposer and dishwasher drapes and carpets, garage. Immediate possession to qualified buyer. Listed by Julie Eaves. SPANISH STYLE B R I C K 3 bdrms and den with FP. galley kitchen and .dinette, 2 full baths, central heal and air. Deep lot has some large trees for shade and beauty. In North Ridge and Root School arcn. Listed by Julie Eaves for JUST J33.800. 1% ACRE S U B U R B A N 3 bdrms, \\' 2 bath ranch with brick and cedar ext.. less than 1 yr old. Range an dispocser, carpet, drapes, 12x24 barn, fruit trees and strawberry patch. Listed by Jan Henson for 534,500. 47-Real.Sitdte--For Sale 1985 N. College 521-8500 48.ACRES 17 mile Southwest of Fayetter 1 vine -- 2 story contemporary, open designed home .with: a K moramlc view of Boston' ountains- Woodhurntng fireplace, baseboard heat, thermor pane- windows. Neat outbuilding with liny storage. All OPEN acreage nnd In permanent pasture. Call Maurice Me- chcm at 143-4316 or 521-5463. 51 ACRES . i Productive acreage on state Highway with most all open land. Modern older 2 bedroom home, fireplace. Milk or" beel -.' facilities. Plenty water. TERMS. $39,000. Call, Maurice Mechem at 443-4316 or 521-5463. POTHkST REAlTY CO. 443-4316 ·^* Floyd A. Pothast Jr. Maurice Mechem Flora Sis trunk APPROXIMATELY S fierce, seeded Io permanent pasture, pond, inrge barn, Rood fencing, jirlvato i-oatl, 3 riillofc troirt square. H'j expensive but . H's nice. Phbn«. 521-5372. 47--Real Estate--For Sal« Legal Notices NEW home for sale at builders cost. Ttire* bedroom. 2V4 balb, nil brick on large lol, lire-place, doubla Kara20 that's Insulated mid poncleO. ninny extras. Approved value 930,500. Builders cost 133,300. Open Mouse 1 to 5 ».iu, Sunday, 1153 Overcrcsl, I^iyetlcvilla, or cull Rogers, Ark., $3fi-7974 (or nn appointment. Cull by 9:00 a.m.' 1n mornlatf or GlOO ,in. In evening. Will help finance quoll- 1, 107-1 lo December SI, 107-1. 'Hie level o ( BO evicts set out nnccts LARGE TREES furnish lots ot shade for this one acre (plus) lot with comfortable two bedro. --/·*· r» i Hwy. IS East in Fl X f l l I j i m a l l pond c»ii be'iUi V""-"Vie garden. Hedge, jhtvbs and trees provide privacy. For appointment CALL: HEINEY REALTY CO. Hwy. 16 East' 442-9236 NEW 3 bedroom' bath, carpeled on , Lake Sequoyah ' Kcttfl near Baldwin total price f 118,900. 31,500 down. payment. f!50 month. Call Don DlnffLedine 521-3163 8:006:00 or 4J2-S1KJ alter 6:00. to increase in value. Buy a few acres and wait for security. FOR RENTERS Instead of paying us rent, why not buy an almost new brick d u - plex or a luxury townhouse and let your renters help make the payment. We have a large assortment of rental properties that could help you to build an equity. James Freeman 521-70BS Phyltis Freeman 521-70SS Jo Dodson Randall Webb Carl Hensoii Julie Eaves- Jan Henson Wilma Coolick LorLs Stanton Hiram Broolis WE'VE PUT ' IT ALL . TO-GETHER In this outstanding three bedroom Blonde Brick home. Beautiful quality carpet, Sparkling Ceramic baths, Family Room, Woodburnlng Fireplace ' Walk-In Closets 8'' Attic Insulation, 314" Wall Insulation. Easy to coo], easy to heat, Spacious two-car garage. Paved Drive Street. Landscaped lot -- Graded Seeded, Foundation Shrubs. Expert carpenter top of line appliances. Inspect this and if this is not the best you have seen the treats are on me. Just call us, we have the key. FRONTIER Hugh Iluppcrt 531-5088 443-4839 442-7149 FREEMAN REAL ESTATE Bill Lazenby L« Davis 521-5833 521-4448 Doug Hartley ---- 442-6446 REALTOR 1617 N. College 521-6300 SPECIAL--OF-THE-WEEK No. 1064 Sunken den with fireplace, private poker parlor, in Butterfield district. Owners leaving town, must sell. Just reduced to 535,995. Call 521-7372 or after hours Nadine Miller 521-7473. THIS HAS IT ALL! No. 1020 How's this sound? Eleven rooms, 5 bedrooms, 31a baths central heat and air, two native stone fireplaces, two-car garage, large suntieck, and a large shaded lot near the .University. $53,000. Call 521-7372 or after hours Muriel Howard 521-2083. Two Locations 2332 N. College NW Ark. Plaza . 521-7272 After 8 p.m. Call, Plaza Gallery at 521-7275 REAl ESTATE Company REALTOR 1015 N. College 521-6700 FISHING AT BACK DOOR S Acres. 5 miles out 16 West. 3 B cdrooms. f irepl ace, new ho ^19,300. Will .consider trade. Phone 443-5928. guideline ol ho jrt"suni[)Hve he KcIcml KcELilnllons. Copies of Iho crUorlJi used for UK |crsoii* ininblo to pay Tor services nnj' be obtained from Arkansas KUile )c pertinent at Hcnllli, Division ot nnd N urging Homes, -1915 West MarXham Street, LUUo Itock, Arknnsns. Eugene C. Sirnil, Director Rurcau ot Health Facility Services WARNING ORDKR CH-7I-7H In Iho Cliahcory Court of Wnshlnglon Counly, Siisiin Arkansas Be rnlcc PM II I ps, by lier , friend and motlier BDMo Havens THREE bedroom modern house, 4 years old, on 5 acre,s 15 miles mil of West Fork ffood community, ?13,OOQ cash, Phone 839-3132 alter 4:OQ p.m. [N PUAIUIB Grove. Cozy 2 bedroom horns with lull basement Henvlly shaded lot. Walk to school and town. Call SS6-2515 (or appointment. RUSTIC HOME Collage workshop. These', dwellings are located on 2,21 beautifully landscaped acres. The primary home is of native stone frame contains 3 BHs. large LR Dining room. Kit. A 2 bas, CI ; A. Stove refrigerator incl. '. car -port with storage. The 2nd rock dwelling h'as 1 Br, m, Kit fi. 1 hath,. attached carport. Frame workshop hns lots storage space Excellent garden spot. Root Schoo Dist. *58,000. IF YOU ADMIRE the architecture of. the 1920s, thl may be you cup of tea; 2 story home with 3 BH large Liv Rm Din Km, Kit bath. Beautifully carpeted with quality shag. CH.| W D connections. Some drapesl interior wooden shutters incl. Basement with private -entrance has kit. 2 tins bath that could ho fixed up for rental. Near Wash- J! infiton school. Only $19,500. Shown by appointment. HAVE A-FRAME Will self for the new low price of $17.990. Contemporary 2 stories plus bassement. 3 BR. L.iv Rm, Kit bath. Over. 2000 sq, ft Window A/C Incl. Floor furnace heat. Good well (city H2O available). Cable TV. Taxes ?3 yr. Springdale school bus goes by house." This neat 6 yr. young dwelling is just waiting for your ownership. Better Detunilanl Phillips ts Gary IXB Phillips The defendant Gary warned to appear tn this court within t h i r t y days and ' answer· the comptnlnl of Iho plalnllK tn the above etillticiu cnuse.. . , WlttiOM my hnnrt anrt sen! of this Court this 16 dny ot August, 107-1. Alma KoHnieyer Chancery Clerk By Knyo ChnppeU D.C COMMERCIAL (Scnl) ·iTc 21, 53, 4, .11 Mrs. Kincaid Attends AASA Planning Meet Mrs. Diane · Kincaid H a i returned from the first meeting ot the American Association of School Administrators (AASA) in Arlington, Va, Mrs. Kincaid said the thrust of the 12-member commission will be the development of useful guidelines and programs for school administrators to use in eliminating sex-discriminatory practices and in expanding the expectations and ambitions of school-girls. Mrs. Kincaid was ' recom- WARNlNCr OHnKR CASE NO. CII-M-685 ' In Iho CIIANCEHY Court ot Washington Coimty. Arkansas DEAN K E N N E R Plalnlllf TOMM1E GALE KENNER Dcfenttnnl The defendant Tommie Gnle Konncr Is warned to'apiiear En Itiis Court within thirty days null answer Hie c u m p l n l n t ol Iho rlnlnlllt In hB obove entitled cause. BY OWNER: Nice bedroom hoi with tfarajie. Excellent location In Northeast Payel teville. No realtors pleas e. Phone 751-3287. 11 ROOM interesting older house near University 2 balhs, utility room, garden, fruit treei. Can be divided. 442-T087. OPEN DAILY 3 NEW HOMES Mockingbird Lane (off Overcrest Drive) Ranch and Split. 3 BR.. formal liv- ng room 2 baths, family room, FP, arge kit. all "built-ins, extra big ouble garage carpeted. AC. Priced low to mid 30's. financing vailable. GINTONIO BLDG. CO. Phone 521-3373 Bill Lazenby ..... 521-5833 Les Davis 521-4448 Doug Hartley 442-6446 call now while about it. you are thinking WOMAN'S WORLD · s ' ^^ _^J A Convenient Sewing and topping Guide for Today's Gal on the Go, ' 4554 SIZES JT BUILDER -- Ke\? 3 bed room, 2 alh. fireplace, dishwasher, air condition er 2 ear ,-jjarage with remote control door, near Asbell School. 4-12-8S78. A HOUSE WITH EVERYTHING No. 937 Teh rooms. 4 bedrooms, 2',a baths, dining room, den, playroom office, screened-in porch and much more; for more information call 521-7272 or after hours Nadine Miller 521-1473 or Frances Langham 44S-3J57. COUNTRY PERFECTION No. 1066 on this 15 acre magnificent setting for this 7 year old 3 hedroom home with n year-round flowing spring and a live creek only a stone's throw away. SS7.500. Call 521-727 or after hours Wayne Reese 751-7300 for more information. NEAR UofA One of the best maintained honi£! to be found. This 3 BR home is in perfect condition. Two beautiful ceramic ballis. Complete Kit with disposal, -dishwasher elect conking unit. Dining Rm breakfast Rm. Plentiful storage facilities I,ar(je basement. Shop hobby Hm. Covered patio,'beautiful wooded lot J12'xl65' with many different shade trees. VERY NEAT a BR home in a £ood area of other nice homes. -Carpeting, stove, refrigerator air conditioner, draperies included. Large loan can be assumed. Many shade trees. $15,900 This Is a good buy. Immediate occupancy. PUT Y O U R IDEAS ' To work in making this older home into a ch arming place tc live. The six room home is cleat to start with and has two baths The lot is beautiful, gently sloping with a size of 135'x300', There are many varieties of trees shrubs on the lot in a Northeast location. $18,500. LARGE CORNER LOT No. lOie w i t h 62 West highway frontage. Slightly over one acre. §25.000 .Investors grab this one subordinate to construction mort- ! gage Cull 531-T2.72 and a f t e r hours ! Lee Boss 521-145. ON HIGHWAY 71 No. 1018 2V4 acres of choice North 71 highway frontage, $450 front foot. Terms available. Seller will subordinate to a construction mortgage. Call 524-7-272 and after hours Lee Boss 521-16-15, Two Locations - 2332 N. College NW Ark. Plaza 521-7272 After Q p.m. Call Plaza [- Gallery at 521-7275 s. J 6 S U B U R B A N ACRES 3 Just off Hwy 112 lots of woods wilh private drive for seclusion- 4 bdnns and office or study, large Informal living room with dining area. 2 full baths, well arranged kitchen with self-clean range, DW dis- i poser, carpets drapes incl. Yes, { it has c e n t r a l ' heat and air. Deep dril-ed weJL · supplies plenty ' of I wafer. Has 1,100 sq. ft. b a r n , all fenced. Mighty fine suburban liv- ; ing for reasonable price. Listed _ by Jan Henson. i 3 BEDROOMS ON .9 ACRE Close to Elkins. On school bus route, plenty rl shade, garden spot, T newly painteu ;,xterior. central heat and air. nat. gas. city water. Can be purchased with 2 l ,-i acres (extra e cost), but will sell with .3 A for 3 522,500, with; drapes and carpets e incl. 8.1 % LOAN IN FORCE On this 3 h d r m and den. 2 bath r brick on Stagecoach. Central heat o and air, carpet and drapes, Corn,, in£ware range. 2 car garage, com- s paci or, intercom, many other dev -sirable features. Owner leaving f city and offers QUICK POS5ES- « SION. Why pay when you Witness my hand and seal of Uils Court lliis IGlh day or August, 1071. Alatn Kollnicycr Chancery Clerk By Kaye Cliapp«ll D.C. Seal) · . «t a. 28, 4, 11 Simon Expected To Recommend Rate Increases WASHINGTON ( A P ) Treasury Secretary William E. Simon, who has urged removal of federal price regulation over oil and natural gas, was expected to recommend rate increases for electricity as well in a meeting with state regulators. Simon and other federal of(i- cials had scheduled the meeting with state public utility com missioners behind closed doors today but agreed to let news men. and consumer representa ives attend after consumei jroups protested the secrecy. Administration officials havi agreed with electric utility companies that the utilities need rate increases to cover he rising cost of fuel, but utili ty rales are regulated by stat commissions, not the federa government. With the National Associatior of Regulatory Utility Commis sioncrs (NARUC) due to inee in Hershey, Pa., this week, fed oral officials evidently decide tn invitp thorn t TM W n c h i n f f t n r . mended' for membership on the commission by the Interstate Association of Commissions on the Status · of. Women. She is former 'chairman, and presently a member of the Arkansas Governor's Commission on the status of Women. Paul B. Salmon, executive secretary of the AASA said the p r i m e responsibilities of commission members will be to servo in an advisory capacity to the AASA project staff and to lend support and expertise to its objectives. Five meetings arc planned between now and June 30, 1975. Three regional conferences on Sex Equality in Education are planned this spring. . - · · · · The AASA, under contract with 'the 'U.S. Office of Education, will begin an analysis of sex equality in education in K-12 schools and their' administration. BY OWNER: Income property, 17 apartments, 3 years old, good location. Priced reasonably. Good financing available. Phone 4i3-3546. Two locations 2332 N. College NW Ark. Plaza 521-7272 After 6 p.m. Call Plaza Gallery at 521-1275 aki\ payments on YOUH OWN HOME? Listed by Jan Henson. VANISHING AMERICAN 1202 N. Colleg* Ollice 442-5351 ure included. Listed Brooks. OUTSIDE CITY 2 bdrm with large livins-dinlng Evenings and weekends call; Just the jacket you need to lop your smart fashions! See through pineapple,design. Sleeves, yoke dramatize soft jacket. Crochet, in one piece from neck down, of cotton or synthetic fingering y a r n . Pattern 573: sizes 10-16 incl. 75 CENTS each pattern -add 25 cents each pattern for first-class mail and special handling. Send to Laura Wheeler, Northwest Arkansas TIMES, 450, Needlecraft Dept., Box 161, Old Chelsea Station, New York, N.Y. 10011. Print Pattern Number, Name, Address, Zip. The source of inspiration -- our new 1975 Needlecraft Catalog! 180 designs, 3 printed inside. Send 75 cents now. New! Nifty Fifty Quilts ..-$1.00 New! Ripple Crochet $1.00 Sew plus Knit Book $1.25 Needlepoint Book -jl.OO Flower Crochet ?1.00 Hairpin Crochet Book .....$1.00 Instant Crochet Book $1.00 Instant Money Book $1.00 Instant Macrame Book ... $1.00 Complete Gift Book $1.00 Complete Afghans No, 14 ..$1.00 12 Prize Afghans No. 12 50 cents Boole of 16 Quilts No. 1 .50 cents Museum Quilt Book No. 2 ..-.50 cents 15 Quills for Today No. J .... 50 cents Book of 16 Jiffy Rugs ..50 cents WHO SHOULD I CALL???? ,, you have PROPERTY to SEI.I, -- LET US WORK FOR YOU! We liave iinrd working salesmen and we NEED and WANT your lutings. CALL US TODAY. ACREAGE C--480. YOU ASKED FOR IT - HERE IT IS - Approximately 4 ACRES, lew miles WEST OfT HIGHWAY 16. Listed by George Caudle. CLOSE ENOUGH TO WALK H--47! TO LIBRARY -- SCHOOL -- and the SQUARE. 4 bedrooms, 3 baths den, HANGE DISPOSAL, carpets, drapes and 2 AIR CONDITIONERS. A GOOD BUY listed by Mrs, Hammers. BUY ALL OR PART M-411 OF THIS 132 ACRES -- INSIDE CITY LIMITS -- CALL FOH DETAILS. Listed by Hal Modlin. EXCELLENT INFLATION HEDGE H--170 50 ACRES land with great potential tor IMMEDIATE development or HOLDING for appreciation. On a State Highway ONLY 2',4 miles irom Fayettevllle. ATTRACTIVELY PRICED. Listed by Mrs. Hammers. 40 ACRES--COUNTY ROAD FRONTAGE M-478. A NATURE LOVERS DRI'AM In HAZEL VALLEY AREA. Reasonably priced WITH possible terms. Ltsted by Hal Modlin. Bobbye Halbroo'fc G. C. Faucette . Sylvia Danforth, Roger Williams Richard Mayes Christine Blondeau Cathy Boyd Virginia Bowers " Jane Fitch Res. 443-2227 Res. 442-227 1 Res. 442-9935 Res.' 521-4237 Res. 443-2069 Res. 521-200 Res. 521-6971 Res. 442-5305 Res. 442-6083 UTLEY and Company, Inc. REALTOR On the Square Since 1942 OFFICE 442-8241 m REALTOR [or some friendly persuasion. "The government will discuss financial problems facing the TO bedroom homes are becoming electrical utilities industry and cL S L a pec G |au" lU^Tr will encourage them (state util- evei land and most of Hie furni- ily commissioners) to . expedite by Hiram the pass-through of higher Man Injured In (ycle-Aulo Collision Douglas W. Clai-k, 18, of Route 2 was injured shortly after noon Tuesday in a motorcycle-car accident at the intersection o f ' H w y . 02 and Beechwood Avenue. He was treated and released at Washington Regional Medical Center. Clark told Fayelteville police [bat he was traveling east oh Hwy. 62 when a car driven by Donald K. Spurlock, 1G, of 414 Masbburn Ave., pulled out in front of him. from Becchwood Avenue. Clark noted that Spuiy lock could not see oncoming traffic because of .a large soft drink truck parked near the intersection, blocking Spurlock's view. Spurlock said he had stopped at the intersection but could not see oncoming traffic because of the truck. Police said the truck was driven by Monty Elliot of Route 6. Elliot did not witness the accident. Clark was cited for having no vehichle license and Spur- ,ock was charged with failure to yield the rrght-of-way. costs," said a Treasury Department source. Representatives of state regu- bath .7 acre lot, gas heat! latory commissions had already Elkins school dist., city water, stove b een invited to a broader con- and ret. incl. Has sewing room. tercnce i ]ere nn SEnt in an .j carport with storage. Listed by ' erL ". ce " er ? TM °*P*- 1J ?" · Hiram Brooks. by me Federal Energy Administration, also lo discuss -the electric utilities' rising costs "and what to do about them." FEA adniinislrator John C Sawhill said in scheduling that conference, that utility rates have fallen behind rising costs and "our efforts are directed to insure electricity supply at reasonable prices." 1985 N. College Julie Eaves Jan Henson Wiima Coolick Loris Slant or. HiramBrooks Legal Notices 443-2G25 HOME PHONE Mrs. Hammers . . 443-2083 Hal Modlin 521-4108 H. L. Utley . .... 443-4044 Experienced, Responsible Sales Representatives QUIET NEIGHBORHOOD . No. 1D5 Close to University, bedroom, IVz bath home with l down payment. Seller will f i n a n c at 8% Interest. $25.000. Call 52L-72' 7 or after hours Lee Boss 521-1615. SECLUDED No. 1055 plus customized, plus large trec-sriaded lot are a few features this new listing offers. A lovely 3 bedroom brick home with central air, completely carpeted, less than 1 year old. Priced at 537,000. Call now for showing. Call 521-7372 or after hours Lee Ward 442-4400. Two Locations 2332 N. College NW Ark. Plaza 521-7272 After p.m. Call Plaza Gallery at 521-7275 NOTICE TN TUB PROB.VTE COURT OF WASHINGTON COUNTY, ARKANSAS N. 71-173 IN THE MATTER OF THF, ESTATE OF ' James Arthur Smith, deceased ast known address of decedent: Prairie Grovo, Arkansas Date of death: Al!gu3l 29, 1974. The undersigned was appointed administrator o( ttie estate or the atjove-nnmed decedent on the 3th day of September, 1974. All persons having claims against Ihe estate must exhihi! them, duly verified, Ihe undersigned within six months 3m the dale of the first publication this notice, or they shall be lorever rrcd and precluded [rom any benelit ill e estate. This notice first published Hlti - dny "You look so much leaner" is the comment you'll hear when you wear this INCHES SLIMMER style. Sew it in holiday crepe, wool blend. Printed Pattern 4554: Half Sizes 1014, 1214, 14VS, 1614, 1814. Size Wh (bust 37) takes 2% yards oO-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 17th St., New York, N.Y. 10011. Print NAME, ADDRESS, ZIP, SIZE and STYLE N U M B E R . MORE FOR YOUR MONEY IN NEW TERN 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 Estate BY JAMES R. SULLIVAN, G.R.I. REALTOR ·· BEQUETTE-;-,...,,,. PERRY ''HOMES WITH THE PERSONAL TOUCH" New 3 bedroom homes with good financing available now ready in MEADOWBROOK FARM ADDITION. 443-3780 -- 442-2559 .CONST. .C. FALL-WINTER PAT- CATALOG! 100 best ADVERTISE HERE; Thouundl of homemaJcen real thlt fMtur* dilly . . . icd tbcr' will IM jour mane*. ' * *. . "7 ~; ' ' * . /" SETTING THE STAGE When preparing your home to be shown to prospective buyers, use subtle showmanship to help set the right atmosphere. Give your home a resrful happy, inviting look. Don't just sell a house--sell a home! For evening inspection, brighten your home from the front porch light on through all the rooms in the house. Little decorator fouches -- a vase of flowers, a plant, small pillows --· can add much to the comfortable feeling of a home. If you are having your home shown in the winter, a crackling fire in the fireplace adds irrestable attraction. A working fireplace is a major attraction to home buyers. A large mirror can make a room look larger. Properly placed it can reflect and magnify many of your best selling points. Definitely turn off the TV and turn on soft background music on the hi-fi to creo!« ihnt »ubtle-Iived-in atmosphere. Your prospects are buyiix; more than a house --they are buy a new way of life. So make your home LIVE. If there is anything we can do to help you in the field of real estate. pi»**e phone or drop in THE SULLIVAN AGENCY, 434 N College Fayetteville. Phone: 442-4294. We're here t« a*Jp! FAMILY HAVEN Prestige location on Oak Mano Drive. A four bedroom home wii] family room spacious maste bedroom. Kitchen fully equipped formal Hving room, 2150 sq. ft. o heated and a-c spnce. Up an down construction. Good loan. On ly M3.500.00. N. College "Developers of Hyland Park'-' BY OWNER 160 Acres, wooded, five miles southwes of Lake Wedinglon. Waterfall, mucri vi; gin limber, beautiful cliffs on Kasl . West, view, Ideal "bujMing sites, mudi «. Phone 443-W2J alter 5:00 p,tn, 129 ACRES BMeUenl location, newly constructed a electric ·« berfroom brick veneer horn One older home -With full basement an torn. 110 ncrcs 111 I a hie, has nil running spring [n Colcord, frtslati Total price $150,000; 50% ***HA t CaU 918-336-428 £ September. 1974. James W. .Smith Tc. 11,18 C-O THURNFAN F/VERETT P.O. Box A. Prairie Grove. Arkansas 72753 NOTICE OF SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY UNDER EXECUTION Notice Is given [hnt I, Bill Long, as herilf of Washington County, Arknnsas 'jrtue of levy ol a certain writ o] xccution issued on the 8th tiny ot July 97! out of the Circuit Court ol WasliinK-j County, Arkansas, upon a judgment; enrtered on June 25, 1974 In a cause; herein peclinK ivherein BYRON J. JAKKETT was plainlilf and BILL I.J IAL.L was defendant, In favor of plaintiff :nd againM defendant, said judgment ·dug for S729.9 and costs, will on the 201h day of September, 1974, al 10:00 a.m. al the Wesl Door of (he Courthouse n Fayelleville, Washington County, Ark- insas, offer for snle al public auction o the highest bidder upon a crcilit nf three months, Ihe foliowintf described Toperly: 1 Strjne Cement Mixer Mode] NO. 600 Serial No, OlSXIfi 1 WESTINC-HOUSE 230 A M P . WELDErt ON TRAILER Serial 12CW389;6 Slylo 321E51110-011] Purchaser al such sale will he required lo execute bond with approved security. The item to be sold mny be Inspected prior to sale hy contacting the sheriff of Washington County. Arkansas. less my hand this 5 day of September, 1971 Bill Lorn; SIlEIilFF WASHINGTON COUNTY. ARKANSAS lie II Powell Wins NLR Mayor Election NORTH LITTLE' ROCK (AP) -- Acting Mayor Eddie Powell of North Little Rack apparently won tlie city's special mayoral election Tuesday by picking up about 66 per cent of the vole. Powell, 33, a food broker, got 5,685, according to the final but unofficial vote totals. Glen I,. Jermstad, 39. a former director of the state Office ot Economic Opportunity, was second with 2,204. Powell is to complete the unexpired term of Robert L. Rosamond, who resigned June 27 during a Fulaski County Grand Jury investigation of him and his adminislration. No true bill was returned. The lerm expires Dec. 31, 1976. Prairie Grove Gro; To Unify Wiih NE PRAIRIE GROVE ; -- The Prairie Grove Education Association has voted to u n i f y the organization wilh the National Education Association (NEA) and the Arkansas Education Association (EEA). A spokesman said the organization is the fifteenth district in the state to unify,.but Arkansas is among the last stales of the nation to u n i f y . The State Representative Assembly the spokesman said, will vote on a proposed amendment to effect unification at a state level in Arkansas at the convention in Hot Springs in November. The local organization will bs represented al the assembly. New members were welcomed to the school system, responsibilities of committee c h a i r m a n discussed, a n d meetings dates were announced at a recent session of the Prairie Grove Education Association. Ch-arges Dropped Charges of possession of a controlled substance with intent to sell against Barbara Smedley were dropped Tuesday in Washington Circuit Court. The charges arose from * June 11 arrest. NOTICE SERVICES TO PERSONS UNARLE TO PAY THEREFOR CERTIFICATION FayelteviUe City Hospital A Gcrinfrin Center Fayolteville, Washington, Arkansas Tile FayetlevWe Cily Hosriilal Geria- Irlc Center, KaycueviHc. Arkansas has liried I hat it will nr)t cvclude any person from admission on the ground Ifml such person Is unable lo pay lor needed scrvtces, and thai it will make available to each person so admitted services provided by the facility wlthoul charge or al a chnrfte which docs not exceed such persons's anility to pay therefrr, as determined In accordance with criteria eslnblishod In (he A r k n h n n s Medical ' Facilities Construction Plan, This certification has been made pur suant to the requirements of t h e rcjnila tions of (he Public Health Kerivlce, U.R Department or Health, Education an Welfare, H2 OFR paragraph 53.1U), and the applicable provisions, of Arkansas Medical Facilities Construction Plan. The Arkansas Plate Department of Health has therefore, established the foregoing level of services as the level of uncom pensated Mirvlcc.s to lie made available hy said fnclllts; In the period January Hears Of Parole Victor L. Taylor breaks into tears at graduation ceremonies at Marion Federal Prison at Marion,.111., upon hearing that he was granted a parole from charges held against him in Oklahoma hy Oklahoma Gov. David Hall. Gov. Hall gave Taylor Hie. |i Tclon in recognition of his receiving an M.A. degree in Psychology from Southern Illinois University. Taylor, serving time on other charges, will he eli- glhle for parole from Marion In 1976. (AP Wlrephoto)

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