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32 Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Wet!,, Sept. 25, 1974 FAYETTCVILLI, ARKANSAS 47--Real Estate--For Sal* 7--Real Estate--For Sale CHARMING home nestled trt wooded area two miles from city limits. Old Wire Road., Desire married couple who will appreciate as we do. Phone 442-2075. RO acres In edge of Madison County wilh an almost new 1900 sq. ft. all electric brick home on mountain top with all necessary outbuildings to run 30 head of callle. New fences, 2 ponds nnd good well. Fruit trees, garden, fireplace and only Z\'z mnes from Highway 63 and 45. Priced at 555,000 wilh Rood terms by owner. NEWLIN REALTY CO. West Fork, Arkansas REDUCED $1,000.00 This 3 bedroom, 1 bath .home close ;o Campbell Soup and other Industry has been painted Inside and out, carpeted and in great condition. Has been appraised and was approved for n $15,000.00 VA loan, jut the buyer did not qualify. Owner says sell It quick at $14,000.00. See it today. BEAUTY AND LUXURY Thts is one of the finer custom \omcs in the Fayettevllle area. Well ·cept and in Hke new condition. It is located on Oaks Manor Drive i the Butter-field School District. _ bedrooms, 2 1 ,? baths shake and brick construction and all the other extras you expect. BEQUETTE-, PERRY l "HOMES WITH THE PERSONAL TOUCH" New 3 bedroom homes with good financing available now ready in MEADOWBROOK FARM ADDITION. 443-3780 -- 442-2559 r * · CONST. C. NEW 3 bedroom 1^4 tvith, carpeted Late Scquoyah Road near Baldwin tola price J1S,9QO, 51,500 donrn payment, $150 month. Call Do:i Dinglcdine 521-3163 8:006:00 or -112-S153 alter S:«X BY OWNER- Income properly, 17 apartments, 3 years old, good location. Priced reasonably. Good financing available Phone 4J3-3S16. James Freeman Phyllis Freeman Jo Dorison Randall Webb Carl Henon Hugh Huppert Llbby Boyd 521-7083 521-7088 751-7537 521-5088 443-4839 442-7149 521-4818 OFHOMES //ANT A WOODSY AREA? ·o. 960 Here are 8 acres of it. al lost all wooded. Located on Hwy 5 E among attractive surroundings, ?all 5?I-7272'or after hours FYancea Langham 443-3167. ACREAGE AND IOTS No. 1005 914 acres on Hwy. 71 ass, 500* frontage, level and clear- d. Also five residential lots : same area. Owner will consider _ rade. (98,000. Call- 521-7272 or after hours Muriel Howard 521-2083. Two Locations 1332 N. College NW Ark. Plaza 521-7272 Aiter 0 p.m. Call Plaza Gallery at 521-T275 FREEMAN REALTOR College 1617 N. 521-6300 P R A I R I E GROVE Two new" three bedroom brick homes, two car garages, dishwasher, disposal, central heat air close to school, open daily, see on Angus Drive or call Carl Reeves builder 443-2773. Estate BY JAMES R. SUU1VAN, G.R.I. REALTOR 7--Real E«tat*-For Sale 47--Real Estaf»-For Sal* 47-Real Eslatfr-For Sal* 3-bcdroom frame home on Farmers Avenue, Situated on deep let, tilts plnce would make a nice home or income property. Priced at S14.000. 2-bedroom house In Sprlngdale. The large lot is zoned for commercial use. Owner Is disposing ol nil rent, al property, and Is offering this one lor 2-bedroom house, just oft Hwy. 71 South, on 100x310 lot. Total price 57,500, tind owner will sell for small down-payment and carry balance for 5 years. Want more Income? Se« this Duplex on Happy Hollow Road. Each unit has 2-bedrooms and 1 bath Good return possible on Investment of 520,000. FARMS AND ACREAGTS 2i!'z acres in Cane HiU area. Small 2-bedroom home, with \vood-burn- ng fireplace. Several outbuildings, .good well, mostly open land. Priced at only $ie,500, with low payments on about half of total price. 26 acres close to highway. No im- movements, mostly woodland. ?!,250 per acre, with owner financing. 10 acres just off Wyman Road, a few miles east of Fayetteville. This unimproved tract has some good timber. Total price -- only 53,000, 13 acres near -West Fork. Owner, anxious to sell, will take $12,800, and consider some terms to qualified buyer. If the price of lots has kept you from building your own home, you must see this offering. 1 acre in City Limits, just a block south of Highway 62 West. The price for this nice lot is only $3,200. 2585 North College 521-3121 FATETTEVILIE ARKANSAS Raymond I.,. Logue John E. Armstrong Bessie Mae Bryan Bill Cosby 443-2028 751-0786 HOW MUCH HOT WATER? One of the items frequently overlooked when remodeling or buying a new house, is the capacity of the hot water heater. First notice of this oversight normally is discovered while under a hot shower when it turn ice-cold prematurely. But, then it is too late. So, here's a short course on the subject. The capacity of storage water heaters is rated in two ways and is usually imprinted on the ndmeplate of the tank. One number tells you the capacity of the tank, and the other number shows the recovery, rate per hour. The sum of the two numbers gives you the number of gallons of hot water a tank can supply in one hour. A tank of 50 gallons capacity with a recovery rate of 40 gallons will supply 90 gallons an hour which should be plenty for a family of five in a home with two baths and an automatic dishwasher and clotheswasher. A family of four without the dishwasher should be able to gjet by on a 30 or 40 gallon tank with 30 gallon capacity. If there is anything we can do to help you in the field of real estate, please phone or drop in THE SULLIVAN AGENCY, 434 N. College Fayetteville. Phone: 442-4294 We're here to help! FAYETTEVILLE ARKANSAS Notice*-- Bessie Mae Bryan John E. Armstrong Raymond L. Logue Bill Cosby 846-2866 751-0786 443-2023 FISHING AT BACK DOOR 5 Acres. 5 mil« out 16 West. 3 Bedrooms, fireplace, new home. $19,300. Will consider trads. Phone 412-8953. BY OWNER Four bedroom, 2Vs bath home In Hoot School District. Large, \rell landscaped lot, sunken livingroom, formal dining- room, den, largc master bedroom wLth cathedral ceiling, no agents. $51,900. 5'H- 2L4B. "GO TO SCHOOl, K I D S . No more bus rides. No more chauf fering lor Mom, Just Scoot out the door and walk lo Asbell School Sounds good? -- Is Goodl Blesset with all these "extras". Centra Air Conditioning, three bedrooms breakfast bar. carpeted. Nice leve lot. Good terms. NOBODY BREATHING DOWN YOUR NECK Here's a house with elbow room -- large Sun Deck -- enclosed bacV porch -- 4 spacious bedrooms. Fam iiy room. Kitchen with abundsnc oE built-ins. Carpeted, paneled fenced garden, edge o£ town, Im mediate possession. GET READY FOR COMPLIMENTS! This sparkling new Four bedroom home will reflect your good judgment in selecting your future home, quality wall to' wall carpel, Wood-burning f irep lac e, Family room, two sparkling ceramic baths, kitchen equipped with Dishwasher, stove, disposal. Breakfast bar. Two- car garage with Utility room, pav- td drive, paved street.' A Great Buy only $33,500.00. wilh great terms. A PENNY SAVED IS A PENNY EARNED Ben Franklin said It and he must have been thinking o£ this house, costs less to buy -- little up-keep. If money means much to you, save yourself a bundle with this 3 bedroom, family room bungalow close Zoned commercial too. Want two acres in town with View? We have one -- close to shopping center and V.A. Hospital. Better hurry on this one,/ "Call us -- It's easy to be a Home Owner" FRONTIER HOW WOULD Y O U . L I K f c . . . No. 1036 (1) 5 level acres close to Slloam Springs; (2) newly remodeled 3 bedroom, 2- bath -home; (3) ,rees small orchard; (1). income 'rom 2 completely automatic lay- ng hen houses; (5) outbuildings; all priced at J39.500. Terms available. Call 521-7272 or after hours Lee Ward 442-4400, ' SUPER HORSE BARN So. 1Q4S Board other people's horses and live on valuable small acreage Northwest location $32,000. Call 52V-72T2, or after hours Frances Langham 443-5157 for details. 65 ACRES AND HOME No. 1050 Good grazing land, year- round spring, stock pond, barn, fenced and cross-fenced, Nice modern home with central air and heat. Call saji-7i27'2 or after-hours'Muriel Howard 531-20S3. JUST LISTED' No. 1090 Custom-built 2 ye home 'with 3 bedrooms. 134 formal living and 'dining Den with extra fireplace. Beauli ilUnm Joseph Lewis And Palsy Mae jivls. Dcfrivlnnt, Tlio Defendants .Jamcs H. McDowell tind Bctly J. McDowell, his wife: Ted J. Andruso \vlci ami Lucille R. Antlriiso- wtcr, Ma willo: arc warned to ajijienr tills CVjurt . w i t h i n thirty days and answer tho coniplnlnt of the Plaintiff In (he above entitled cause, Wit ness my hand nnd sent ot I his Court this 20 day of 'September, 1971. ALMA KOLLMBY.ER CHANCERY CLKRK BY KAYE CI1APPELL D.C (ScnD-v, 4TC 25, Oct. 3 9. 16 LITTLE ROCK Citizens. Utility ^^ - ..repli fully landscaped yard, lots of extra features. §41.500. Call 521-727G or after hours Jerry Lineberger 521- 3595.for all the details. Two Locations 233' N. College NW Ark. Plaza 521-7272 After 6 p.m. Call PIa?.a Gallery at 521-7275 Consumer Group Opposes Increase (AP) - The Project has GREENVILLE, Miss. (AP) -- Mississippi prison Supt. Jack leed, convicted of public "rimkenness last month, has ccn cleared with a "not guns'" vcrdicl on his appeal. A Washington -County Court ury of eight women and four men deliberated for an hour Tuesday before overturning the onviction Keed received in Greenville Municipal Court. Reed, whom Gov. Bill Waller lircd from California to run BY BUIUJBR -- New 3 Ijcdroom, 2 bath, fireplace, dishwasher, nir conditioner. 2 car Garage with romolc control door. .near Asbell School, 442-8S78. SALES PERSON WANTED We have opening for one man or woman to sell Beat Estate full-time. Good opportunity for right person. Call Bill Cosby for interview. 129 ACRES Excellent location, newly consimclcd all electric 4 bedroom bricfc veneer home. One older hnme will] full basement and barn. 110 acres tillable, lias all year running spring In Colcord. Oklahoma. Total price $150,000; 50% down, terms. Call 918-326-1288. REAl ESTATE Company REALTOR Doug Hartley Bill Lazenby . Les Davis ... 1015 N. College 521-6700 442-6446 521-5833 521-4448 WOMAN'S WORLD WUOt A Convenient Sewin fl and hopping Guide for Today's bltl1 ° n dead Gal on The perfect topper -- casual, cozy and richly textured! Knit this handsome jacket in an interesting raised pattern stitch with ribbed shawl collar and front band. Use knitting worsted. Patter 574: Misses' Sizes 8-18 included. 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 $1.00 Flower Crochet ....$1.00 Hairpin Crochet Book $1.00 Instant Crochet Book $1.00 Instant Money Book ..-.. jl.OO Instant Macramc Book --$1.00 Complete Gift Book $1.00 Complete Afghans No. 14 ..$1.00 12 Prize Afghans No. 12 50 cents Book of 16 Quilts No. 1 .50 cents Museum Quilt Book No. 2 ....50 cenls 15 Quilts for Today No. 3 ... 50 cents Book of 16 Jiffy Rugs ..50 cents THE FRONT IS AT THE BACK nd street reflr UNIVERSITY. Listed by HBI EXCELLENT INFLATION HEDGE H-- 470; 50 ACRES land with great potential for IMMEDIATE 1 develop men* or HOLDING for appreciation. On a State Highway ONLY 2V rnil"s jrom Fayetteville. ATTRACTIVELY PRICED. Listed by Mrs Hammers. ' . ACREAGE C-- 480. YOU ASKED FOR IT -- HEHE IT IS - Approximately ACRES, lew miles WEST OFF HIGHWAY 16. Listed by George Caudle BUY ALL OR PART M-411. OF THIS 132 ACRES -- INSIDE CITY LIMITS -DETAILS. Listed by Hal Modlm. LAWYERS-- INVESTORS-- ET AL U-- 479 2 CONNECTED ONE STORY BRICK BUILDINGS containln 2300 Sci Ft AIR CONDITIONED FLOOR SPACE near square and NEW FEDERAL BUILDING. Both buildings occupied by responsible tenant BUT leasa may be canceled on 90 days notice. ' · 4 0 ACRES-- COUNTY ROAD FRONTAGE M-478 A NATURE LOVERS DREAM in HAZEL VALLEY AREA Reasonably priced WITH possible terms. Listed by Hal Modlin. UTLEY and Company, Inc. REALTOR On the Square Since 1942 OFFICE 442-8241 m REALTOR HOME PHONE Mrs. Hammers .. 443-208 Hal Modlin 521-*10 H. L. Utley ...-.-., 442-404 Experienced, Responsible Sales Representatives een formed to join the fighl against Arkansas Power jight Co's. proposed.$'38.6 mil- ion rate increase, Arkansas Consumer Research announced Tuesday. Tim Holcomb of Little Rock coordinator of the new organization, said the Utility Project was preparing testimony to be ;iven at the ,Public Service Commission's hearings on' the proposed increase. The hear ings' are.to begin'0ct.'21. Holcomb. said the projed would depend on public contri butions. He said the organ ization's intervention was nee essary because of the "grea disparity" between the re sources of the utility and thosi who ure challenging the com pany. . . Holcomb used charts to com pare salaries of the top execu lives of APL with those of the PSC staff members. The fig ures showed the salaries of th eight top APL executives to taled $317,631 compared wit $326,181 for the 33 PSC staf members. FAHTTEVIllE ARKANSAS egal Notices-- Drunkenness Conviction Of Prison Head Is Overturned Mississippi's aughed with ned broadly troubled prison, friends and grin after the verdict was announced.. lie was arrested Aug. 9 outside a motel lounge and was ined $15, the standard fine, after Greenville policemen tes- .ified that Reed appeared drunk when they arrested him. said Tuesday that Reed lias 'glassy,. watery eyes . .. was unstable on his feet . . . his speech was slurred at times." Other witnesses--Reed, his wife, bartender Benny Smith barmaid Rita Jones, customers and other motel employes ant a motel security guard win summoned police--said Hee'c was sober. The security guard said he summoned a passing police man, Samples, and asked him to intercede in an,argument be tween Reed and Bill Avery o Greenville. , FIRST TRIAL In Reed's first trial, Averj testified that Reed followed hin and his friends outside th lounge and wrote down thei automobile license numbers Avery did not testify Tuesday. Reed said he was suspicious ecause his wife said she had een followed by a man who coked like Avery. Reed said he vatched Avery in the lounge und that he later took his tag number. Reed and his wife were stay- ig at the motel to be near heir son, who was in a Greenville hospital recovering from njuries suffered in an auto ac- Idenl. The boy has since recovered. · Reed said tie had a drink be- are dinner and that he may have had one with dinner the night-of his arrest. He said he returned from the hospital and went directly to his room. "We couldn't- sleep and about 12:30 I got up and went over to he lounge to listen to the music," he testified. He said there--all he had brandy three 1 drinks and water, the bartender testified Reed, 55, spent several years n the California penal system sefore he was hired to run Parchman, a 2,0007inmate facility that sprawls over 22,000 acres and serves the entire state. During the past two years Parchman has been struggling to comply with orders of a federal judge who ruled in 1972 that the prison's conditions and practices were unconstitutional. Reed's selection as superintendent ended a yearlong search that began in late 1972 when Supt. -John Allen Collier resigned under political and economic pressure. IN THE PROBATE COURT OF VASHINGTON COUNTY, ARKANSAS NO. P74.1M THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE F HAZEL K. BATES, Deceased ast address ol Decedent: 3 E. lltti St. udrliinson, Kans. ate oi Death: Feb. 7, 1971 Ancillary administration was granted id undersigned appointed ancillary ad- inistrator of estate of above named ecedent on September 12, 197-1. All persons having claims against the state must exhibit Ihem. duly verified, undersigned within Sis months from le ot first publication of this notice r they slialt be forever barred and reeluded from any benefit in the estate. This notice first published the 18 da\ September. 1974. HOWAttD BATES Administrator C-O Glen Wins. Attorney P. 0. Bos 333 Fayetteville, AR S2J01 Tc 18, 25 IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF WASHINGTON COUNTY, ARKANSAS WARNING ORDER intta Ake plaintiff !. ch 74-799 ussell Ake, Defendant The Defendant is warned to appear this Court wiltoin thirty days and nswer the complaint of the Plaintiff i the above entitled rattse. Witness my hand and seal ot this Court Ibis 13 day of Sept.. 1971. Alma Kollmeyer Chancery Clerk Kathleen Harness. D.C. (Seal) 4Tc IS, IS, Oct. 2, 9 NOTICE IN THE PROBATE COURT OF WASHINGTON COUNTY. ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF uy William Pinkerlon, deceased No. P71-1S2 Last known attflress ot decedent: Fay- etteviUe, Arkansas. Dale of death: September 9. 1974. The undersigned was appointed joint .dministrators of the estate of the above named ttecertcnl on (he 20th day of September, 197-i. All persons having claims against the estate must exhibit ihem, duly verified, \a the undersigned within six months 'rom the date of the first publication of this notice, or they shall be forever jarred and precluded from any benefit in (he estate. This notice first published 25 day of September. 1974. C.F. PEARSON JR. . Joint Administrator C-O Pearson and Woodruff, 36 B. Center . . - Fayetteville, Arkansas 72701 RALPH C. PINKERTON RUBY J. MINMIER 2Tc 25.' Oct. 2 : WARNING ORDER CH-74-B29 IN THE CHANCERY COURT 'OF WASH 1NGTON COUNTY, ARKANSAS · Federal National Mortgage Association. Corporation Organized and .Existing Under tha laws ol the United States. Plaintiff · Vs. James R. McDowell and Betty J. McDowell, his wite: Ted J. Andrusewicz and Lucille R. Anrfruscwicz,, his w i f e first f l o o r ptan' ' . ' ' «*»J* · ncend floor F*» HKHK IS A COLONIAL design with that couatry look, with half brick siding and half frame. This livable floor plan has a center foyer, preventing direct intrusion into any room. The living room has plenty o£ ·wall space for furniture groupings. The kitchen-nook is one spacious room with an island-type range. A welcome feature is a nearby pantry. One step down leads to the family room; upstairs are two baths and four bedrooms. Architect for PlanHA843G is Carl E. Gaiser, 25600 Telegraph Rd., Southfield, Mich. 48075. The plan has 1,352 square feet on the first floor and 1,043 on the second, Anyone wishing to know the price of the blueprint can write to Gaiser, including a stamped, self-addressed : envelope. Clinton Blames Congress For Economic Woes FORT SMITH, Ark. (AP) -Congressional candidate Bill Clinton of Fayetteville said Tuesday Congress must blame itself for an economic situation No waist seam -- belt or not! P r i n t e d Pattern 4692: Women's Sizes are 34 (38-inch bust with 4 0 - i n c h . h i p ) ; 36 (40 bust, 42 hip); 38 (42 bust, 44 hip); 40 (44 bust, 46 hip); 42 (4s bust, 48 hip); 44 (48 bust. 50 hip); (50 bust, 52 hip); 48 (52 bust, 54 hip). 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, ADDEESS, ZIP, SIZE and STYLE .NUMBER. MORE FOR YOUR MONEY IN NEW FALL-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 FINAL CLEARANCE SALE! ON ALL NEW 1974 CAPR1S COMETS COMET SALE ENDS SEPT. 30 SAVER! Beat the 1975 price increase and get a liberal discount on '74 Comets! al FREE Air Conditioning or equivalent discount on all new Capris. bat has been created by t h e ] double standard of tight money n America and easy money abroad. Clinton opposes the re-elec- ,ion bid of Rep. John Paul rfammerschmidt, R-Ark. Clinton spoke at a breakfast sponsored by the Sebastian bounty Democratic Committee. He was praised by David H. Pryor, the Democratic nominee 'or governor, and. Gov. Dale Bumpers, also a Democrat. Clinton said $8.5 billion has been loaned overseas even though the money is needed at home. "Con-grass has to blame itself [or allowing corporations to build plants overseas instead of home and then taking tax write-offs," Clinton, a law professor, said. "The Congress even has its approval on an in surance policy paid by you, the taxpayer, to pay these corpO' rations if they lose money in their overseas ventures." Clinton saitl these firms need lo pay Iheir (air share and that the government should set an ADVERTISE HERE, Thousands of homemaken real thli feature diuy . . . and the/' will ie« TOUT Several New '74 Capris and Comets In Stock- Buy Now and Save! CAPP' GOFF-McNAIR MOTOR CO. 331 North College Phone 442-5321 View Of Real World ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) -- Rep. Barbara Jordan, D- Tex., has suggested that consumers send their grocery receipts to the White House to give economist Alan Greenspan "a view of the real world." Greenspan, chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers said last week that inflation has hurt the Wall proportionately poor, Street brokers more than the Rep. Jordan, speaking at the United Steelworkers of America convention, called the Ford ad ministration's initial economic efforts "very disappointing." xample by turning away from ts deficit course into, a -bal- meed budget. · Argument For Jailing Tyger Is Considered TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) - Ths 2nd Arizona Court of Appeals is :onsidering for jailing a state escaped argument Arkansas convict Alvin G. Tyger while h« lights extradition. Assistant A. Jacobs Atty. Gen. Thomas contended .Tuesday a Superior freed Tyger Court judge oh his own that who recognizance two weeks ago lacked such authority. Once the governor has signed extradition papers, Jacobs said, the only challenge is a writ of habeas corpus requiring Arizona to show why Tyger should not be freed. ."There is no legal authority in Arizona for release once the governor's warrant is issued and served, and there is no provision for bail, pending execution of the warrant," Jacobs said. John Ahoud Sr., Tyger's lawyer, said Arkansas should hav» sent someone to argue the extradition matter, and that Arizona has no legal standing to consider it. ' Tyger, 25', escaped in 1968 from Cummins State Prison Farm, where he was serving a three-year burglary sentence. lie later married, moved here a n d . worked as a truck driver until his arrest in May by the Federal Bureau of Investigation on a warrant issued in Arkansas,

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