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47-Real E«tate-For Sale RusHc Slreet, Giant lot £««·· J. ul «l.. friendly.' 3 bdr., 2 bnth. native alone fireplace, screened porch. Lot 110x310. *1«,500. Kath- ·rlne Fl«r. 521-U43. The Old Gray M a r e . . , . . . . . is BETTER thin ih« used io bfy.Oldor. homo In .uperlor condition. Beautifully carpeted re- cenlly palntcii, roof and plumbing In perfect condition, "Double liuu. Ullon. Ken Tinman. 521-9979. Country Cousin. . . . .... leave the. city behind -- but not too far. 3 miles from South Gate Shopping Center you can en' J o y the country without the Inconvenience. 3 bdr., bath, wood, ' recs ' KathtrlM Fiscr - 47-Real Eslale-For Sale 47-Real Esiate-For Sale- FISHING AT BACK DOOR 5 Acre*. 8 mliu out 1« Weit. 3 Bedrooms, fireplace, naw home, 119,300. Will conilder trde. Phone 412-89M. RENT Steep, Proud, Beautiful S bdr., 2 baths, huge family-living room with a fireplace that li the focal point of the room. A different kind of floor plan. You J? ul i ^S!" *° thlj home ln beau - tlful Oak Manor. Call 521-4960 to- Income of $550 Per Month ---- on thl« Inveitment property. Older fratory with beauty Mlon, 2 apartment*, and 1 ileeplng rooms. Furnished. On Dleluon Street. Call . Ron Pyeatt (or more Info. SJl-OTM. DAV I S .1 '''1617 N. College Office 521-8660 Brye* IMvli 442-S071 Here l an opportunity to Increase your Income, We have a throe bedroom bungalow with family room just off North College -- Zoned Commercial -- trie Price Is only $10,760.00. Grent for home and office or outright Rental. BRAND NEW Sparkling ceramic baths, luxury carpet, beautiful aih kitchen cabinets, two-car,- garage payed drive, Central Air. A Great family home with four bedrooms. , Price only 133,000.00. with 51,000.00. down and 7%% Interest to Qualified Veteran BUNGALOW Here la a genuine bargain. Two big bedrooms. Din In* Room, lots of built-in*. Close to UofA and downtown ihoppln*. Price- only $13,900,00, ' HOMEY-MADE Two block* to AshelT School on large level lot. This roomy 3 bedroom 1* a good family home carpeted, Draped Air Conditioned, Double Carport. Quick POM ess Ion. Price $29,500.00. L A N D - . - : Five acres with latxe Oak tree*, blacktop on two sides -- close in on Ilwy. 16 Wast. Good place to 47-ReoI Eslate-For Sale CONVENIENT LOCATION and lots of room are icing on the cake. The coke Is this completely redecorated home with new carpet- Ing, new custom drapes, new air cond. and chain link fenced-back yard. Priced at 545,500. For an appt. to ace, 521-1000 or nllM, 521- 1M9. Pauline McKlnnoy..- BAKER REALTOR ASSOCIATES REALTORS 1618 N. Collego 521-1300 build ness. a home or Establish a buil- COMMERCIAL LARGE CORNER LOT No. 101B with 62 'West highway frontage. Slightly over one tore. $25,000 .Investors grab this one quick! Tertn» kvailable. Seller will subordinate to' construction'mort- gage. Call 521-7272 and after hours Lee Boss 521-16-15. ON HIGHWAY 71 No. 1018 214 acr«l of choice North 71 highway frontage. $450 Iront foot.-Terms available. Seller will subordinate to n construction mortgage. Call 521-7372 and after hours Lee Bosi 521-1C-15. Two Location! 2332 N. College NW Ark. Plaza 521-7272 After B p.m. Call PInza Gallery at 521-7275 BUILDING SITE- Hwy. 45 East, level lot. 114x187, See this for your new home, FRONTIER ATTENTION YOUNG PARENTS Would you l U c e ' t o o w n a new 3 bdrm, 2 bath home in a new housing area that Is convenient lo both Fayetteville and Springdnlc, but away from the city traffic? These fine home* are being built by Dodaon Construction Company and have been built to FHA and REAL ' ESTATE Company REALTOR 1015 N. College 521-6700 Doug Hartley 442-6446 Bill Lazenby 521-5833 Les Davis 521-4448 OFHOMES SPECIAL-OF-THE-WEEK No. 10W Sunken den wllh fire, place, private poker parlor, in But let-field dtitrlcl. Owners leaving town, must mil. Ju«t reduced to f35,995. Call 521-7272 or after hour Nadlne Miller 521-7473. . THIS HAS IT ALL! ; ? No. 1020 How's this ound? Klcvei rooms, 5 bcdrooiiu. 3',a batha cen tral heat and air, two native stom fireplaces, two-car garage, larg sundeck, and a large, shaded lo near the University. 553,000. Cal 521-7212 or alter hours Muriel How ard 521-2083. Two Locations 2332 N. College NW Ark, P 521-7272 After e p.m. Call Plaza Gallery at 521-7275 REMEMBER WHEN? HOME WAS A. NICK NEAT 1ATTVK RANCH-ON -A QUIET STOKET. We -hjwevonfe with lhccc-l)cdroom*»--·'tile bath *-- Fainljyi room .with fjrtplaco t- kllulien * wllh. bufltln;. 'coc-kln* unit. 1 ; and dining area -- Ixirge ulillly room -- Tremendous storage -- Nice tree shaded tot in n Northeast location -- Excellent condition a n d * neat AS a pin for only: 124,500. GOTTA LOTTA KIDS? WE GOTTA LOTTA HOUSEt Four large bedroonw -- two baths -- Family room 1 with tire- place -- Living room -- Formal . cl.lntng, .area '-- fully cqyiped Kitchen with .breakfast, area--· Good. fioraAe. 1 , --'· ' t .Dpublc ,garage -^ fenced back yard and basketball -court r-- Central ;aJr heatT- Low interest and low.: equity,--Loan·· can bc - assumed. · . W c ? a l * o « gotta low price -141,900. · · · · FOUR PLUS MORE A LOT OF ROOM TO SPARE. This is a large house with over 2,500 square feet -- Three full bains -- Family room with fi replace ·--· Extra large rcc. room -- Complete modern kitchen -- Central air -- Two car garage and a landscaped · yard. Its only had one owner and fii per Tec t condition for only $43.000.00, Hoot School dte- trict, " ; · EW 9 bedroom l^ bath, carpeted on -«ke flcrjuoyah -Rend ntar Baldwin tola rice $18,900, $1,500 down ixiymcnt, $350 month, call Don ilnjl«dlne 521-3163 8:00:00 or 442-81W allcr 6:00. COMPANY REALTOR 333 Norlh College 442-7391 Gcargo W. Lewis Miko n. Watson Hugh Kincaid Margaret Huntley 44J-47S: 442-671 S21-C03 521-134 BY OWNER: Incom* properly, 17 apart- menlJi, 3 y*ir« old, good location. Priced reasonably. Good financing available. I'hcm fl 413-3546, BY OWNER 160 Acres, wooded, fivt mllei toathw«1 of I*ke Wcdlngtoti. Waterfall,' 1 much v]ir- Kin Umber, beautiful cliffs oh EA»t Si West, \-lew. Ideal building slles, much game. .Phone 443-5328 aJter 5:00 p.m. 129 ACRES Excellent location,- newly coiutraolea al electric 4 bedroom brlclc vweer home One older home with full basement am bam. 110 acres tillable, ha s a 11 year running spring in Colcord, Oklahoitui VA specifications. They will quail-I Tolal price $150,000; £0% down, terms, fy for the Tandem Plan which Is providing FETA and VA financing at 7 J ,i% fntereat. Call Jo Dodson at 551-3W or TtfKTKJ? for complete information, FREEMAN Collage 1617 N. RBWOfi 521 ' 6300 MINI-FARM AH you furnish la the animals, 1 Barn, pig pen, spring, pond and 10 acres. Home is a "neat-as-a-pin" 3 BR. home on a good well and a view you have fo see In believe off the front deck, And the price Is the best part $29,950. Farmington School dial, For art appt. to see, call 521-1300 or nltes weekends: f Duffey Carter 521-1122 Jean Anna Sellers 442-904 James Bakes ' 442-5090 Pauline McKlnney 521-1549 Call 918-326-4288, NKW home (or nate al builders cost. Three bedroom, 2H bath, all brick on large lot, fireplace, double ffarajs that'i 3 n£ uiatcd and paneled, many extra j. A nproved value 136,500. Bullden coat 532,5X). Open Jiouia 1 to S p.m. Sunday, 1153 Overcreal, Fayettevilte, or call RygerB, ArV., 63S-7874,for an appoinUnent. Call by 9:00 a.m. In morning or 6:00 p.m. In evening. Will-help (inane* rjuall- fied parly. LARGE BV4% LOAhT Can he assumed on near new 3 bdrm and den. 2'/ 2 bath brick Jn Butterfield, Formal living and dining rooms, paneled den ·With FP, fully equiped kitchen with .large ilnette, intercom", drapes, carpets f the works. Ready to move Into. Has approx. $35,000 loan, total price $47,500. QUIET COUNTRY LANE Near new 3 bdrm, and den, 2% bath brick with large informal living room with FF, beaut if u! kitchen and dinette, master suite-dressing room, carpet r air and drapes. On approx, 1 acre. Perfect condition. IN P R A I R I E GROVE : , : .1 bdrm home near schools,'120x123 tot. tile bath, dinette for JUfTT ?12,9QO. Listed by Hiram Brooks, B R I C K DUPLEX 2 bedrooms and bath living room and kitchen eaoh · unit. Central heat, good occupancy rate. In Giles Add'n, convenient to schools and college. Just §23,500. 398 ACRE FARM Approx, 200 open in jjood pasture, should carry ICO head for pasture and hay. I^arge 2 story house, liarn. and ihed, water right m Bush Creek. 2 ponds, 3 ,i mile suitable for air strip. Call Hiram Brooks to see this property. Four bedrooms, three bathB, forma Hvingroom and den woodburnjn fireplace, - -fenced-t'n backyafi ·.Cre»twap£' Drlvej,.f49r500._ v.; ; Building, £otB,'^- iLoyers Lane,aii. Canterbucy -Road. 1 --,-- " We have othera."" Need listings in Butterfield "Schoo diatTict. . . . . . . . . - ; - · · = - linn REAL ESTATE REACTOR Vftor hours call: Gail Brown [eriry Ehreve BAKER ' · ASSOCIATES REALTORS 1618 N. Collega 521-1300 JUST COMPLETED BY BUILDER Wrap-around Sundeck with 3 bedroom, 2 baths, CH/CA near U of A, price $26,200. Phone 442-89S3, HOODED and WOKDERFUL! BY OWNER; 5 beautiful wooded crcs Jn ' Northeast section, sur- ounded '-b'y- tfom'e 'of-'-the' icity's noat preitjgtoua homes, Lovely 'lew. Only nilnutea- from down- own. -Ideal sue for your dream io:ne or fop "development. Phone 21-1077. 1985 N. College Julie Ea'fea Jan Henaon Wllma Coollclc Lorli Stanton Hiram BrooKfl 521-8300 442-72S2 521-6501 521-7081 442-B7M -440-5625 TWO bedroom house In counEr r acre HOOO. Phone 257-3993. COMMERCfAL 4^ ACRES No. 1017 within 100 feet of Hwy 71 N. Choice location for office bulid- Ing or other types of commercial businesses. ?2S,000, Terms available. Seller will jtibordtnate to construction mortgage. Call 521-7272 or after hours Lee Boss 521-1645. CHOICE VOCATION ON HWY 112 No. 1023 between Fnyettcvillc and Tontitown. 115 acrea with all t n e improvements, Bettre look into thte one quick, it will not last lonfl on the market. Call 521-727-2 and after hour* Lee Boss 21-1H5. Two Locations 2332 N. College NW Ark, Plaza 521-7272 After R p.m. Call Plaza Gallery at 521-7215 SOLID Business located Jn Silcfam Sprinjro, ; Arh., 12 mobile homes 27 hook-ups' for , rentals or dver-nl8*il«r»; » i(l ^°P' 'ovely 3 Bp, horn* | v ill; 1 n excellent nonditlon, This busincsi ihould create a 20% return on Investment. Termi available. Walter Gray Agency, Inc., Box 444, Siloam Springs Ark. 7Z1S1, phone no, E01-5M-3188. 3535 N. College "Developers of Hyland Park ;/ MONEY MAKER 196 Acres: 100 Acres open, in with 1 Va m lie fro n Uige on St a U Hwy. 265, Two excellent poultry houses £7,500 capacity. 3 ponds, one creek and a 2 br. comfortabl home. Owner must sell nt onl^ $110,000. Whether as an investmen or an income, a real moneymaker NEWLIN REALTY CO. West Fork, B39-2522 or HOUSE ACREAGE NEAR BUTTERFIELD Large older 4 bedroom with central heat, fireplace, many trees In yard -- along with smaller house 2". acres ?2l,000 wllh pole'barn and approximately 7 acers, $28,500, With approx. 15 acres $40,000. On Old Wire Rd. Houses will rent for 1200 a month. Phone 442-8713 after MOD-U-SHELTER GOTTA MINUTE Let me tell you about this spa clous (2100-a. f.) nearly new (on year old), 3 bedroom home. Larg family room with f/p, --Form: Living Dining rooms, DJtrlin kitchen with extra large" din'fiVj area. Plenty of wall paper an loads of extras including self-clear Ing oven, Inrgc additional doubl garage storage area and larg private covered'porch In rear. Th apaclou* b/v home is some thin special and located on Stan to Hrlve in Butterfield School Dis Price $46,500 with excellent Tft* loan assumption- Cat] today fo trouble free appointment. PAY equity and assume loan, $145 jnc 3 bedroom U4 bath brick, large 3 years old.' JM,C*. 4J2-8951. Hwy. : Jl3 N, 7-Real Estate-For Sale OPEN DAILY 3 NEW HOMES Mockingbird Lano (off Ovcrcrest Drive) anch and Split. 3 BR,- (ortnnt Mv* \K room 2 balhs, family room, FP rgc J klt, all bullUlns, extra bi? oublc jjarnge cnrpctcd, AC. rlccd low to mtd 30's. Jlnonclne vallable. GINTONIO BLDG. CO. Thono 521-3373 HOME LAND BY OWNER collided home And 6 acres In iountaln Woodland 3 miles f r n m "nlverslty, near Hwy. C2 West. pen contemporary design by aril tect, western cedar construe- on, 4 bedrooms. 2 balh», screen orch, atone fireplace, quarter ascment, kermcln. Includes draper. ouch, table, dishwasher, rcfrle- rator, stove, many bulltinsi home nd 6 acrei. 159,000. Call 443-212J £ter 6:00. , . YANCEY REALTY P.O. Box 281 Hlway 62 -- 2 milM wert Prairie Grove. Ark. 72753 OFFICE PHONE 846-315J Job Yancey 82-1-3 9 ,i9 Bill Yancey 846-2690 .27 ACRE broiler and dairy com » --. 2 · insulated broiler hous with automatic equipment -- Grad A TV)***.dairy--barn W/4 stalls arge metal-hay barn with equlpt sheds .-very-good metal shop am iquipt. sheds, very pood fence, a' ··pen, cross fencing In good cond ion. excellent well, 1 pond, an, jood creek furnishes lots of water 2. bdr. frame house, carpeted, set J n d e r nice mature shade trope J103.000.oo. Total price owner wi finance fo qualified buyers. Nice older house in Prairie Grovi wood frame colonial style hous on good level, lot on paved stree handy to everything In town sp; clous room throughout, Owner wi make good terms on Total Pric oS ·;- EXTRA nice 3 bdr. w/1 full hat arid . 1 ; w/shower only, beautifull aet'vwith EOod -mature yard we .trimmed, .-located on blacktop, ha lt',5 acres of good land, with good creek, branch, and wale rights to excellent spring -- ce-- ment block storage building, double garage, older garage for stor-j age and good older barn. You* would expect to pay this much for* house and lot In town these days:' 532,000.00 Total Price terms can- be arranged. An excellent business opportunity with, 3 bedroom carpeted, p e n - - iral heat and air apartment home, with thriving cafe business -- this business Is .producing good stable income for: family. We need to sell .soon. Total. Price FOH ALL, J24,500.00. .Terrris.can be arranged. legal Notices-- 3Y BUILDER -- New 3 fcedroom, alh, lircplaee, dishwasher, air condition- 2 car garage with remote control oor, near Asbcli School, 442-SS78. NOTICE OF- A PUBLIC HEARING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT HEARINGS UNDER THF1 CODE OF ORDINANCES OF FAYETTEVTLLE, ARKANSAS lice Is hereby Riven lhat piirsua n t (he provisions ot trie Code of Ordlnan- s of the City of Fayetteville, Artoinsas. _e following npplicalions have been set r hearing before the Board of Adjut- cnt in the Directors Room, City Artml- stration Building, Fayetteville, Arkan- Monday, September 23, 1974, at 30 P.M. peal No, 74-27 --- - Kappa Sigma Fra- rn il 3 ' ____. _TII west Diclcson Street ginning: at' a point which is 535.125 cl Wcl'bf thft NE corner of IJio SEli the* NWWf Section 16-16-30 West, nntl inning thence" South 350 feel thence est 75 fet, Whence North 350 fed, encrc Ekist 75 f e e t , " to the place of ginning, which Is hnown anriV ricslg us Ix)t 5 on the County Court Plat the SB',i ot the NWA of Section ·18-30 West. -- Application lo vary ttbacks, loi area requirements, Eot width quire merits; and parting rctjuire A HOUSE WITH EVERYTHING *To. 937 Ten rooms, 4/bedroomB, 2\*t batha, dinln? room," den, playroom office, screened-in porch and much more; for rriore Information call 521-7272 or after hours Nadlne Miller 521-7473 or Frances Liaivgham 443-3157. COUNTRY PERFECTION No. 1066 on this 15 acre magnifj. cent setting for this 7 year old 3 aedroom home with a year-round flowing spring and a live creek only a stone's-throw away. 327,500. Call 521-7272 or atler hours Wayne Reese 751-7300 : for more information, / '- -·- ;: · ..-. 2332 N. College - · · : NW, Ark. Pla 521-7272 · A f t e r 6 p.m. Call Plaza Gallery at 521-7275 BEQUETTE- r PERRY l "HOMES WITH THE PERSONAL TOUCH" tyew 3 -bedroom homes - with gobri financing available now .ready... in JVIEADOWBROOK FARM ADDITION 443-37G -- i 442-2o59 WIJWOOD ADDITION, Root School, b owner, excellent location, 5 bedrooms 3! baths, formal living roam and dinin room, large family room with ftreplaci Lois o( ^inde trees. For an appointmen 1 443-3030. BY owner; Three bedroom, 1^4 bath frame house, central heat and air, larg fence d yadr, n Ice noigfiborhood som E furniture available. $20,500. Phone 521 3050 after 5:» p,m. UNDERGROUND, FIBERGLASS STORM SHELTERS FULLY INSTALLED · CARPETED · SPIRAL STAIRCASE ·SWAG LAMP · ELECTRICITY · GUARANTEED DRY ·-·FURNISHED or UNFURNISHED Call 636-8045 or 636-4571 ROGERS, ARK. ONE OF FAYETTEVILLE'S FINEST This beautiful Dutch Colonial has everything you could want In luxury home. It Is located in one of Fayettevilie's most deslrabl area* -- on Oaks Manor Drive, It hai 4 bedrooms, 2\2 baths, shak roof, 2 car garage, 2 cooling and 2 heating units to assure a comfor able home and many other feature* you expect in a high quality horn If you demand the finest, then be the first to see this home. Shown by Appointment Only, Please 521-6300 " 521-7088 · FREEMAN Real Estate REAiTO* 1617 N. College 521-6300 ppoaJ No. 74-25 - Mr. Giles , - ins North Oakland Street- it 7 anil Ifie North Vi of Lai 8, Block : . College Addilfan to the ttly of Fay- levlllo, Arkansas- - Application lo setbacks, lot area requirements, [id lot width requirements. - ical No, T! -23 -- -- Lcnore B. wcarJngcn ------ - 473 Oliver Street -- ict of Ihe NWil ol Ihe NEV1 of Section T-16-N, U-30-W. described as folloes: eglnnin" et a point which is SO fee fliilh of a point which is 136 feel \Vesl ~ e Northeast corner 'of saH 40 nere ract. UliencQ south 1-JO feat, thence West 53 feel ttience North HO feet, thence last 152 leal lo the point of beginning -- Application lo vary requirements r fences, 'walls, and hedges as lei ut in, Section" 2, Article 8, Appendix, -- Zon'\ng, FayeCfevjlle Code of Onlin'an- es, -- -Appeal No. 74-M --^ Mr. John Hnney- ^(t - 574, 572, 573 llappy Hollow ollow Hoad-- -- "· "· -' i .fits'; . 6. and 7 of Basselt . Subdivision. ; -^: ;A"ppliranqn to vary setbacks antl t width requirements. -- -- " II tnterestcd parllfs may appear and heard at said lime a»l place. "Hie ppHcatlons and other pertinont riafa are pen nnd available tor Inspection in the fflce of Cily Planning, City Administra- on Building, PayeClevillc, Arkansas. LI Interested parties are Invited lo re- lew the se a ppl ic a tians in said 0 tf i ce nd discuss the details u-ith the Planning .dmlnistralor. Bobble Jones Planning Administrator Ic - 15 NortWuf ArkonKU TIMES, Sun., Sept. 75, 1974 · · FAYETTIVI1.L1, ARKANSAS 11B Prem/er Sunday Crossword Puzzle By JO JPAQUIN ACROSS 1 City in Georgia 6 City in Italia 10 City in Oklahoma 14 City in Florida 19 Nebraska city 20 Modified - formation 21-- avis 22 The head (L.) 23 Eastern country 24 French city 25 Detail 26 Upright 27 Lifeless 28 Headgear 29 Depends 30 Mountain" chain 3tSel£- govemr ment 34 Rib in Gothic vaulting 36 Girl of song ' 39 Be concerned 40 Bombycid moths V 42 Roman 152 too' '"- 43 Miss West 48 Scanty flow 48 Arm bones 50 Meg, Jo and Amy 52 Daughter of Laban 53 Shore 55 Playground fixtures 56 Mental deficient ·- 67 Oven 5$ Birthmarks 60 Winged 61 Caresses 62 Roundup 63 Newt 65 Guided 66 Habituate 68 Confection 70 Surpass 73 Paint 76 Agave . . 'fiber · 78 Russian city 8Z Permit S4 Verne's Captain 85 Weaver's reed 86 Girl's name 87 Invest 89 At3 small bits 81 Game at 125 Poker cards ardent 94 Made weight allowance 95 Astral SS Latin conjunctions 97 To lada 99Boring · · · · ·-·.-routine · 100 Copious flow 101 Time periods (abbr.) 102 Rough wig 104 Russian queens 107 Japanese gateway 110 A flavor-. ing 112 Hebrew letter 113 Entitled 117 Correct 118 Defense org. 119 Cupola 130 Herd 121 Scope 122 Cake finisher 123 Strong blow . '124 Consumed 35 Noted philanthropist 36 Divest 37 Plowed land 38 Lawful 41 Luke or Paul 4S An award 44 Mountain crest 45 Ancient chariot 47 Selected 48 African river 49 German river 51 Sesame 63 Band instrumentalists 54 Ousted 57 Moslem sacred scriptures 59 Europe's "boot" 62 Operate ISChlUcon- 64 Undivided 16 Mimicked 67 Islands in 17 Full-grown pike 18 Siamese coins 29 Town in New York stakes 126 Abnormal sac 127 Headland 128 French river DOWN 1 Japanese seaport 2 Biblical name (D.) 3 Cod, for ' one-. {Novelist 5 Island in Atlantic 6 Put back 7 Isomeric hydrocarbon 8 Swedish seaport 9 Commotion 10 Lake port 11 Brazilian seaport ·" 12-Peaceful 13 Maidens 14 Banaba 32 High 33 City to ' Italia Pacific 69 Warble 70 Hiding place 71 Apportion 72 Schemes 74 Discharge 75 Like a lobe 78 Little islands 77 Winter vehicle 79 With red color 80' English composer" 81 Gazes askance 83 Name in' baseball · · 86 Illinois county _; 88 Son of Isaac 90 Beast 91 Stupefy 93 Colossal · 95 Splinters 98 Madness 100 Forms 102 Drunken spree 103 Locations 105 Expiate 108 Bernhardt 107 Ancient Irish capital 108 Arabian state 109 Lease ·111 Variety 114 Marquand'j Mr.-115 Level US English dune 119 Russian river Average time of solution: 66 minutes. 84 IZZ 112 SO" 106 Answers On. Page 2B As County Fair Ends Winners Told In Canning, Pickles, Jams The exhibits at Thompson Hall at the Washington County air were removed Saturday vening, following a successful ive-day fair. Winners in the canning sec- ion of tde Women's Depart- -nent included: C A N N E D FRUITS A N D VEGETABLES Apples: Mrs. Donald F. Veaver. Prairie Grove, first; Woman To Sit On Nordic Council REYKJAVIK, Iceland (AP) -- A woman will sit for the first ime in the five-member admin- strativc and executive presidium of the Nordic Council. Mrs. Ragnhildur Helgadottir, an Independence party member of the Althing, the Icelandic arliarnent, will replace Mat .tilas A. Mathiesen who is now Iceland's finance minister. Mrs. Helgadotlir, a 44-year- old lawyer, was first elected to .he Althing in 195B and served as president of its lower house in 196I-1D62. She is the wife of Thor Vilhjalmsson, a law professor. In 1975, Iceland will get the chairmanship of the presidium, and Mrs. Helgadottir could become the body's first female head. :oln, second; Mrs. H. J. Heckcl, loute 1, Fayetteville, third. Peaches: Mrs. A. .1. Meinert, loute 1, Fayetteville. first; i e t t y Lahiri, Fayetteville, econd; Mrs. Dotson-G. Lewis, touts 5, Fayetteville,,third. ; ·· Plums: Jewel Thomas, Route Coffee Price Down NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) -Kenya's coffee farmers are in trouble. Demand for coffee on the world market is on the de cline, and prices are at a low ebb. In February Kenya coffee was selling at $170 per metric Ion; two months later the price fell .to $162 per ton. And the downward slide has continued Kenya coffee is now selling al $128 a ton. ..-. · Kctiya - e a r n s $100 million from cotfce annually. While coffee production is holding a last year's levels, Agriculture Ministry official!! arc worrier that low prices might cause output to fall off. Field Gibson, 'earl Watkins, Route Lin- Fayetteville, ihas. Salverson, first; Mrs. Fayetteville, " Gulley, second: Mrs. Fred Fayetteville, third. Berries: Mrs. Kermit Conley, Ipringdalc, first: Betty Lahiri, second; Mrs. M. C. Gibson, ''armington, third. Pears: Mrs. Dotson Lewis, .'irst; Mrs. Kermit Conley, second; Betty Lahiri, third. Tomatoes; Mrs. Bascom White, Route 1, Springdale, irst; Mrs. Donald Weaver, second; Mrs. H, J. Kecked hird. (There were 35 entries Peas: first; Mrs. Betty M. .C. Lahiri, second; (Catherine Hatfield, Rdiite .4, Fay'etteviHe,' third. .Greens:"Belly Lahiri, first; P a u i n e Howard, Johnson, second; Mrs. Lewis, third. Soup Mixture: Mrs, Gibson, first; Mrs. White, second; Mrs. Weaver, third. Miscellaneous: Mrs. Joyce Sehnerre, Route 4, Fayetteville, first; Mrs. Heckel, .second; Mrs. Weaver, third! PICKLES AND RELISHES S w e e t pickles: Janelle Clement, Route 2,. Prairie Six jar special exhibit for clubs: Combs Chapel, first; Cane Hill, second; Butterfield, third. Registration Of Autos Drop At UA Automobile registrations- are Grove, f i r s l : ^ Belly - Lahiri, !down at the University of Ark. second; Mrs White, third . - | ansas this yeal ,_ but stu?lcn t Sj n this section). Kraut: Betty Lahiri, first; Jewel Thomas, second, Mrs. H. J. Heckel. ihird. C h e r r i e s : Mrs. Bobby Alexander. Route 2, Lincoln, ! irsl; Betty Lahiri. second; Mrs. Gibson, third. Miscellaneous: Sarah Path, Route 7. Favfitleville, first: Betsy Smith, Winslow, second; Betty Lahiri, third. Green Beans: Ila Crawford, Route 2. Lincoln, first; Mrs. A. J. Meinert Route 1. :Fayelfe- ville. second; Mrsl Donald Weaver, third, : .. Baby beets: · Heckel, first: Mrs. Betty H. J. Lahiri, second; Pat Leriine, Summers, third. Carrots: Mrs. Bascom While, first; Mrs. Charley Bradley, Winslow. second; Frances Tim- still. Route 7. Fayetteville, third. Corn, cream stye: Mrs. Bascom White, first: Mrs. Cecil .Sour pickles: Jewell Thomas, Route 4, Favetteville, first; Mrs. C. E. Yerton, Route 8, Fayetteville, second; Katherine Morion, Springdale, third. Dill trickles: Mrs, Meinert, first; Mrs. Thomas, second. Frances Tunstill. Ihidd. Mixed pickles: Betty Lahiri, first; Pat Ledine, second; Beatrice Herhst, Fayetteville, third. Relish: Katherine Morion, first; Mrs. Kermit Conley, second; Janelle Clement, third. Spiced fruit: Laura Siever, ''ovetlevillc. first. .Pickled Peaches'. Mrs. Diana SJmw. Fayetleville. first. Pickled .beets: Belly/ Lahiri, irst; Mrs. White, second; Mrs. Thomas, third. JAMS, JELLIES, PRESERVES Strawberry preserves: Mrs. White, first; Mrs. Hatfield, second; Mrs. Edward Gay. Springdale, third. P r e s e r v e s , others: Mrs. Donald Weaver, first; Mrs. Meinert, second; Janelle Cle ment, third. Jam: Gladys B. Bonner, Farmington, first; Jean Chase, Route 1, Winslow, second; Mrs. Gibson, thfrd. . Jelly:. Carnia Patrick. Cane Hill,-first; Lewa Unger, Springdale, second; Mrs. Thomas, third. Honey, with comb: W. L. Morris, Lincoln, first: Roy Hummel, second: Ruth Morris, Fayetteville, third. Honey, strained: Mrs. Adam Farrar, Fayetteville. Belly Lahiri, thirdr second; Corn, whole grain:-Mrs.-Cecil Farrar. firist: Mrs. -Bascpm White, second; Geneva Nelson, Route 2. Fayetteville, third. English peas: Mrs. Dotsoi Lewis, third. second; Betty Lahiri 7, Fayetfeville, Morris, second; Path, Route first; W. L. Ruth Morris, third. T h r e e Jars, vegetables: Katherine Morton, first; Mrs. Whits, .second; Betty Lahiri, third. Three jars fruit: Betty Lahiri, first; Mrs; Lewis, second. Three, jars tomatoes: Mrs, Lewis, first; Mrs. While, second; Mrs. Thomas, third. 'acuity and staff have still isted 6,851 automobiles and 82 motorcycles. Everett Eaton, assistant director of the Department of Public Safety, said that some ?ersons had taken advanlage of he new car pool parking per- nits, which were inaugurated this fall. A breakdown shows that there- ivere 1,250 regular faculty and staff registrations, 200 special reserved parking place regis- .rations, 2,444 on-campus student registrations, and 2,870 off- carnpus student registrations. Although enrollmeint figures lave not been announced yet, ihey will be somewhere around 11,000 students this fall, which means there is about one car registered for, everv fwn dents at the university. Th.8 6,851 cars registered on cam ,js are fewer t h a n last fall, however, when 7,829 were licensed. Vehicle registration will continue throughout the fall term, Eaton said, and apparently many persons have not yet registered Iheir vehicles. All vehicles which are parked on the campus must bo registered vvilh the owners being fined if they are not. "We should not have any parking problems this fall." Eaton said. "We have as many spaces as last year and we will soon have 800 additional spaces when the new parking lot between Barnhill Fieldhouse and Meadow Slreet is opened." Correction The champion and reserve champion fat lambs at the Washington County Fair were exhibited by Connie Fitzgerald, rather than by another contestant as indicated in contest results printed Friday.

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