Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on October 13, 1974 · Page 62
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6D · Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Sunday, Oct. 13, 1974 "", FAVETTEVILLI, ARKANSAS _^ 39--Office Space, Buildings For Rent :.': OFFICES I FOR LEASE Only 3,000 sq. ft. left in new ".- professional building. Will finish 1o suit tenant. Ample parking space. I:: UTLEY CO., Inc. 442-8241 COMMERCIAL, projwrly. Highway 71 No. ..JSOO/mo. plus utilities. Approximated , 1,200 sq. «. Lee Boss 53-7372, afler 7 OFFICE SPACE !. ; FOR RENT or LEASE ·;.. V DOWNTOWN MOTOR LODGE » ,,-1.. ADJACENT TO BOTH COUHT · ·· HOUSES WILL REMODEL TO ..SUIT TENANT. - CALL 442-7377. -40--For Rent Or lease FOR IjBASE -- 2 slory, 2 bedroom will MO nice acres In city limits. Require Is ' a n d last months rent, cleaning dcnosi References, Phone 751-S506 after G:WX WWWSA*\*W^W*^WVWV^W^S\'N/N/S*W«. 41 --For Rent--Miscellaneous PASTURE for horses, will furnish hay ' J25 per month, Mi. Comfort Road, Ihre -· m i Ics from Fayelf evilie. Phone 44 or 442-5617. SECURITY SEIF-STORAGE 3 SIZE UNITS. NIGHT L-TClHTTNl BUSINESS OR HOUSEHOL GOODS. LONG O RSHORT TERR RENTAL E. 19th ST. FAYETTEVILLE. Phone 751-7068 - - 42--Wanted To Rent Or Lease LARGE house (4-5 bedrooms), In _.. ctteviLie area. Rcasonable rent Pho 521-3795. PLEASE help working mother and Uir children find home in St. Joseph Scho "^^^^j^^ I l n ' ced ' WMKU 45-lots For Sale BELLA. Vista lot. Lot KO, block 11, Yo Subdivision, Bella Vista Village, !G7I PhDno (213) 6166601 office; (213) 3' 0703 home. THINKING of retiring on Die iake? S. our lake sites before you buv. Nor ·Hickory Hills LaVe Addition, North Hickory Creek Boat Dock on Hwy. 2f Phone 1-736-2305. 46--Farms Acreages " -160 SCENIC acres, 5 miles southi LaVc Wellington, much virgin timber, terfall, beautiful cliffs, abundant \vi life, and many building sites, 442-59 affpr 5 p.m. 415 AORES, 24j acres in grass sprin; beautiful creek, excellent cow ranch investment. Owner financing. Carroll iradison Co. Phone S 6--Farm* Acreages OZARK MTN. FARMETTE Uy takes 313,500 to own a pretty -acre country plnce in ArXansns's ivied Boston Mountains! Cozy 3- droom and balh homo, log and inic constructed, good repair. cw small barn, other buildings. tillable acres now in Improved isturc, balance native pasture id woodland. Only $13,500. Terms. lone or write for BTIEE lllustrat- bulletin of other fine-values in Is nrca: UNITED FARM AGENCY 27 North College. Fayetteville, rk. 72101. Ph. 501-442-7615. B ACRES Rood land and .water, $165 ir acre. Phone 332-5251. EAUTIFUL wooded tracts for sale owner: L ten acre tract $500 own, 1 twenty five acre tract, ?500 own, 40 acre' tract JIOOO down wner financed, close to blacktop n good county road, less than 10 liles f r o m Fayetteville. Go south n Hwy. 71 to Conoco Station, north dge of West Fork, t u r n east, go Y* miles. Owner at property from 2:00-7:00 Saturday and Sunday. "OR SALE "by owner: Forty acres one iile alt blatrktop, Prairie Grove schoo islrict, $10,000, low down payment, 8 tilerost. Phone S16-2915. ) ACRES, wooded, near Devils- Den =,OQO cash or $6,000 with terms. Walker 501) 47-1-SS5S. ), 20. or 40 acre plots. Out Hwy. Vc st in Lake iVedi n pton area. Pbo 42-51S. BY OWNER: 3n acres, 4 miles West o TofA good frontage, level and clear J hone 412-7347. 47--Real Estate--For Sale-- WOODED and WONDERFUL BY OWNER: 5 beautiful woodec es in Northeast section, sur nded hy some of the city 1 most prestigious homes. Lovel view. Only minutes from down :own. Ideal site for your drean io:ne or tor development, Phon 521-1077. PRETTY WHITE B R I C K · f754) In Oakland Hills. 3 bdrms. baths, den with FP, central a kitchen builHns .drapes incl. Nea_ new. Owner moving to country Call Julie Eaves at 521-8500 or 442' 7262. 7-R*a1 Estate-For SaU COMMERCIAL ARGE CORNER LOT with 62 West highway rcntafie. Slightly over one acre. 25, (000. Investors grab this one uick! Terms available. Seller will ubordinate to construction mort- age. Call 521-7212 or atter hour* Lfie Boss 521-1645. ON HIGHWAY 71 ^o. 1018. 2 acres of choice North 1 highway frontage. $450 fronl pot. Terms available. Seller will iubordinate to a construction mortgage. Call 521-7272 or after hours ,ce Boss 521-1645. Two Locations 2332 N. College NW Ark. Plaza 521-7272 Alter 6 p.m. Call Plaza Gallery at 521-7275 30 LOVELY ACRES (755) On Hamstring Creek just 3 mi. from city, approx, 25 open bot lorn, ample waterfront plus pond Nice for small cattle or horse op oration. Adjoining land available Listed by Hiram Brooks. Ph. 521 8500 or 443-2625. Rt/VLK* 1985 N. College 5 BEDROOMS Pius Formal Living Dinin Rooms. Large kitchen with all th extras and extra large Famil Boom and FP, All this on tre shaded one-hail acre lot with on of the great views in town. 3,OX . ft., Grcenview Ave. Price $62 0. Call for a trouble-free appoin 7-lUal E*tat*-For SaU An Easy Atmosphere prevalent In this home. It is A bdr.j home with nn Informal floor Ian cozy fireplace, bay window. \nd an ACHE of ground thnt will Ive you room to breath, You'H ore Itl Hickory Creek. Katherine 'Iscr. 52M303, ·jg Yard . j bout \2. acre, and fenced in back I /llh outdoor barbcqup, swing set., nd work shop .It's a family place. bdr., central heat, window air. borage, balcony patio, close to lores, schools. Wedington Drive, ;on Pyeatt, 521-2714, 'ayments Are 1 1 5 5 . 8 4 Per Month t you pay and assume existing can. Located in good area, convenient to stores and school.' 2 x)r., gold shag, carpet range, no wax vinyl in kitchen. A really ' t place, $18,500. Ken Tlllm'an. : i n a n c i n g Is Available . .and we'll do all we can to help fou get it- Come sec this 2 bdr. 'rame home for instance. We'd ike tOttalk to you about just'what an be done. Katherine Fiser. 5214303. Cute As A Baby K i t t e n Really neat, clean, attractive. The 191x211 yard makes a beautiful setting for this all brick home. Clean all-electric heating cooling, love- y kitchen. Cozy fireplace, 3 bdr, 2 baths. Some assumable loan- a $133,85 per month. The time Is NOW: Katherine Fiser. 531-4303. DAV IS 1617 N. College Office 521-8660 Bryce Davi! M2-S07: 4 BEDROOM TRULEVEl (762) Approx. 2,200 sq ft of livln, area, 2 \'z baths, carp ctcd d rapec shady lot on Old Wire Road, ROD and Woodland area, kitchen bull ins, 2 car garage.'Listed by Juli Eaves 521-85OQ or 442-T2G2. RtAiTOB 1985 N. College NICE BIG HOME with I'/s wooded acres, central heat and air, 5 bedrooms den. 2 full baths, living, dining, breakfast room and kitchen plus laundry and storage room. Dishwasher, carpeted, big front porch plus redwood sundeck in back, out building for extra storage. Chain link fenced. Greenland school, S2,7,000. By owner. Phone 521-1522. ATTENTION UA STUDENTS if FOOD IS EATINC1 UP YOUR DWINDLING FUNDS. mUuU h Monda!,TM' ti ""^ y ° U *" ^ '^"l FtW ' a3 " s MOVE' I iuid* f SAVE iome of those f u n d s "for the fun of it." Come by the UA HOUSING OFFICE Hazorbaek Annex today. 575-3951 3535 N. College 521-6611 Developers of Hyland Park I M M E D I A T E POSSESSION Brick and frame three bedroom house in quiet neighborhood, paneled living room, large paneled den. cozy kitchen ' with separate dining area. Carpeted throughout. Has an 8x12 storage building on a shaded lot. A real bargain at only 519,900. LIKE NEW Extra clean 3 bedroom brick frame with 114 baths, carpeted living room, central heat, carport with .storage room. Priced at only 516,000 or large loan can be assumed. For more information call Forrest Osburn 442-4294 on nightts and weekends 521-2291. THE SULLIVAN AGENCY R8AUOR 434 N. College 442-4294 - * · MAKE AN OFFER Hans e, almost new, 3 bed rooms, llvingroom, dining room, den, 2 f u l l baths, 1,900 sq. ft. (approx.), fully carpeted, all built-ins, central heat and air, 2 car garage, large lot, ntjwly- landscaped, immediate possession. Pay equity -pick up Io an. Phon e 521-1 £40 or We Give SERVICE You Get RESULTS SO LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH us FRONTIER REAL ESTATE 52U6700 OPEN DAILY 2 NEW HOMES Mockingbird Lane foff Overcrest Drive) Ranch and Split. 3 BR., formal li ing room 2 baths, family room, F large kit. , all built-ins, extra b double garage, carpeted, AC, Priced low to mid 30*s. financin available. GINTONIO BLDG. CO. Phone 521-3373 OWNER transferred, 3 bedroom brii immaculate condition, 2 car garai fenced yard, must see to appreciate. 1] IxiUia Circle, 751-3781. LAND AUCTION SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1974, 10 a.m. 1160 Acres Prime, Rural Development Tracts, or Excellent Ranch Land. Land Known as Van Camp Property, Located on Paved Highway U.U., Approximately 3 Miles West of Washburn, Missouri. Go 2 miles West on Highway 90 to Forestry Look-Out Tower, then Northwest on Highway U.U. Land Sells on Contract with Unusual Financing: 15% Down, 8% Interest on Balance, 8 Years. All Minerals Intact. Subject to Confirmation. This is a Beautiful, Rolling Timbered Area that will make excellent Rancheites, or Secluded Homesites. Offered in Tracts and as a whole. Sale Conducted in American legion Hall, Highway 112 South, Cassville, Missouri. WRITE FOR BROCHURE MoARK LAND and CATTLE COMPANY OWNERS SALE CONDUCTED BY: Winchester-Shults Real Estate McClung Realty, Eureka Auction Co., 611 West Maine, Springs, Arkansas. Phone Enid, Oklahoma. Phone 405- 501-235-9635. 237-4341. TAKE A SCENIC FALL/DRIVE--VISIT VILLAGE ESTATES (Planned Community) Take Highway 68 East at Springdale and go 5.5 miles lo Sonora Store. Turn right % mile to Village Estates sign and go left '/2 mile to entrance on your right. Only 17 miles to University of Arkansas in Fayetteville. We Will Gladly Give You A Free Tour Of Our Different Lots Available. Select from any beautiful lots in an assortment of Fal Settings. We have any kind of lot you might want, in eluding wooded, open, lakeside or pine trees. 0 Restricted Housing · Underground Utilities · Financing Available Call (501) 751-3080 or (501) 756-3422 Rt. 2 Springdale, Ark. 72764 E$tat*~For SaU arely do you f i n d a place that os It nil. Location, excellent bultd- gs, all tnmc grasses cxucpl 2!fc res. good f e n c i n g . Home Es 3 bcd- onis, 2 ballis, den, totaling 1I5G . ft. Two broiler houses llko new saluted, automatic equipment, 2 \y barns, corral, lending cliulc, !'a ticrcs with 3 acres open. Lo- ted near Greenland nnil selling r $95,000. Included Is a 180 degree noramic view, Drive down and ko a look. NEWLIN REALTY CO. 839-2522 or 830-2259 West Fork, Arkansas ulld a house on this 10 acres near Fanning ton, good water supply, on school bus route, fenced, 6 ncrcs open and 4 in limber I r $14,500.00, - nless you look, -you'll never know if this l J /4 acres; 6 room irame house with central heat, carpel, is what you need! Priced to sell!. A-2CG. ou looking for small acreage with n plctcc to live and enable price? Check this 2,9 acres and mobile home set ii: the trees. A-215. ook what §f7,500 will buy! 40 acres near Lincoln and owner will carry part of Ihe pricme Part in timber, part clear. . sk our sales people about other ./land available in other areas varying -quantities -and prices We can't tell''you 'about ALL our 'listings 'in', one ad, but we do haveTseveral.more available F o t h i n g but the best wtlh this H acres and 4 bedroom rock S codar house trees galore. 2,00 sq. ft. heated area, fireplace marble tubs, sun deck, corne sink in kitchen. A-140. on't stop until you get t Stagecoach for these and othe you £ct ese a good buys in l a n d . We hav many more to tell you about. 2243 N. College 521-1180 Maxine Smith Mildred Graue Jim Wilson D. B. Cole M2-229 442-42 751-345 521-534 CHCHCE LOCATION (751) On Hwy 265 j u s l SOL of H- 45. ONE ACRE LOT, - 4 bdrm story. Approx. 2,G50 sq. ft. Sunke living room, carpeted, drape Owner is leaving and ofiers quic possession. Ijisted by Jan Henso 521-8500 or 521-6509. 1985 N. College LAND AUCTION AT BARTLETT, KANSAS ATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1974, 1:00 p.m. 1109 Acres of land will sell as follows: 206H Acres with Improvements 47% Acres 285 Acres 320 Acres 250 Acres lO'/o Down sale date, 18% more on contract THE PICKERING ESTATE, Owners lol. Horace Chestnuit, Col. Jerry Chestnut*, Auctioneers 7-Real Estate-For U T T E R F I K L D SCHOOL DIST. hts i bedroom B-V on Onk M n n o r rlvo ts OUl'rA SIGHT, piun arcn Llh Irees. practically new, a l l the ilH-ltis plus cnrpclttiK imct drapes, 00 sq, It. of hcutccl ai\d n-c space r only 54S.500.00. Ctm'l be dupll- led ou today's market- YESTERDAY, TODAY, OR TOMORROW u can's beat this vnlue, 3 bed- oiiis. beautiful family room with », forniai living niul dining rooms, cautiful interior decoration. Lo- tccl on lovely Stanlon Ave. aiOO . ft. ol healed and a-t; space Jh excellent financing. Priced r only ?W.500.00. HOME W I T H A V I E W us 3 bedrooms, family room with P. fromul living room, kitchen Hh all built-ins. This 1600 sq. . or.heated »nd a-c space is lo- Icd on bcnullful CrcsLwood Drive. can't be equaled in. the M's all us today. ON A WINDY HILL . beautiful Northridge Addition ou'll find this cute 3 bedroom rick. Lot features beautiful shade ful sh uring 10 built-in amenities plus a nice replace, Prico $35,000,00. N E A R UNIVERSITY ou'll find His newly constructcc bcdrooom brick. 1GOO sq. It. and ccorated like a doll house. Drive y the corner of Sang O r a , D r , :ien call us for a trouble free howing. Price $34,000.00. ,535 N. College "Developers of Hyland Park" CAN'T SELL THIS TIME OP T1IE YE Alt? B A L O N E Y THERE ARE PLENTY OF BUYERS around for homes that arc fairly priced. (You don't have (o give them awny cither) We have 1 he buyers, the firv- ahcinj. and we are selling all the fair market listings we can get. If you want it SOLD instead of just listed then call us for action. KINCAID COMPANY REALTOR 333 North College 442-7301 George W. Lewis Mika K. Walson Hugh Kincald Margaret Huntley 442-475 442-67 521-C05 521-13- PRAIRIE GROVE New three bedroom brick, \\t t bath dishwasher, disposal, central he and air, duoble garage, buyer ma q u al if y Tor 7 3 /4% loan. Locat e d o Angus Drive near schools. To se call Carl Reeves, builder, 443-27" NEW S bedroom, I 1 ^ bath, carpeted, IatvR Settuoyah Road near BaMvin, To' prior, $)8,9ftO, $1500 down, payment, $140 7-Redl Sale- V Owner, House and -1 acres. 16,000 ipaelly broiler homo, $35,000. 5 miles it 01* West 16. 413-4602. ICK Uifcc 'rout home, 3 beOrooms, totnl eelrle, 3 Iwlh, Oopiiontilii* arcn, riiono $1445 FOR EQUITY id assume 575 monthly payments % interest on Ihls nice Iwo cdroom home In West Fork. Near nlor high. Corner lot. By own. Plione 839-3U59. i IH10K bedroom house nnJ n l n c ncrcs |Kinil, burn, fomrcd, cross-fenced. - , I3-WOO. 433 ACRE STOCK FARM 07 per acre, 200 acres permanent rass with new fencing. 100 acres ore can be opened, large qutin- ty. of saleable timber, gorgeous ui Id ing sites overlooking Devil's en Stnte Park from the west, ood oil weather road, three bed- oo m ,two bath, rock a nd log ouse 2 good wells, 4 ponds, live ream, building rock walls ga- ire. Conalct J. F. Gabbnrd, Gabard Real Estate. 442-5110 days 21-5399 nights. HEATEEt business mid 21x70 brick build nc, alt equipment In Kootl r u n n i n g order "*iS scatlni! capacity. 520,000, 55,000 down wtlRncc over 15 years at 6%. I'lcatv arklng. rmmcfllnle x:t!iiii;m!y. Conlac oe Mcciunff 100 Kmixirln, Eureka lilines, Ark. 253-S%0 or ·KS-Hfte. NEW--UNUSUAL bedroom. 2 bath, OH/OA, sundeck ecludcd 90x200 wooded lot. Con venicnt lo University and shopping center. Only $2G,300. Phone 442 B Y BUILDBK -- New 3 TwtJ n ball), fireplace, dishwasher, nlr co er 2 car garage with reniolc eonlro door, near Asboll school, 443-SS18. Legal Notices Mini, Success Story Fossil Of Youth LONDON CAP) - -It was the ucccss story of the decade, the nidge or Hie bold now age of icrmissivpnoss'. Hie uniform of he "Youth R e v o l u t i o n . " : ^ It was tlio marvelous mini -lie fashion that came out of icwly Swinging London and swept Hie world. ' Now it's all over. Here, vliere it all started,, the mint skirt lias been pronounced dead at last. English papers mourned ths loss. The London Evening News cried: "Tell me it isn't true." The Sun headlined: "The Final Heave-Ho." The Evening Standard bade "A Short and Sweet Farewell." On the BBC's pop radio station, disc jockey Tony Blackburn declared a week of mourning for the style. And all over the country men howled in dismay. In the midst of the furor, there wore some who wondered what the fuss was all about. "The mini'! It's been dead for ages -- why are they just discovering it now?" mused Jenny Lloyd, a with-it young secretary. She has a point. For years now, the mini has been persona non grata on the King's Road, a stranger in Carnaby Street, an antiquity to the trendy models, designers, and followers of their fashions. It's even been (he subject of a museum exhibition this year -- "Mary Quants London" -which displayed the fashion fossil in all its former glory. Miss Quant herself, like the other top designers of the era. dropped the style before the start of the new decade. The IK OF APPBAL FROM: TAX ASSKSSMIQN' Notice is hereby Riven lhat Suiilhsves Atomic' Energy Associates and Gc tiera Elect rit! Company hereby appeal lo tli Comity, Court of- Washington County fror in assessment on properly described as ollows: Name of Supposed Owner mlhv.csl Atomic Energy Associates and General Electric Company, nesoriptlon or Properly Fractional West ITajf Jtadion 3, Township 13, Hanfje 31. 2)2.10 ncro. 1 ;. Frnc- lioual Northeast Qtfartor, Section -I, Township J3, Range 31, 103.97 acres. Southwest Quarter of Hie SouUiwesi quarter. Section 33. Township U, Range 31, 40 acres. . - _ Amoimv oi Assessment complained oi its time. It's another era now. W,o2i.i6aoo - We . re in a d i f f e r e n t mood. Such appeal tsiil be heard f a y Inc - - - - - - Coiinly Courl at 10:00 o'clock a.m. at tlie courlliouse nl Fayetlovillc, Arkansas, on lire 29lh ctay of Oclnlicr. I97J. anil any oivncr of properly in siilrt counly may appear at said hearing tn support thereof or [n opposition thereto. Until E. Roberts mini, she said, was "right for 1TC 13 COUNTY We're feeling more refined, more romantic." ECONOMIC DROP Is it romance? Or something else? According to 20th-century folklore, hemlines rise and f a l l with the Financial Times'.slock index. A n d , as mini-mourning gripped Britain, London's stoek exchange was plummeting to 19305-slyIe lows. But neither name designers nor the stock exchange -dealt t h e f i n a l blow. Despite: the WE ARE PROUD! No. 1054 to offer tills 2 bedroo home in Prairie Grnve that t owners have given so mnt-h ca and attention to; it's spick a span, plenty of cabinets and Io of living area. 514,750. Call 521-72 or after hours Tim Stewart 75 6326. JUST PICTURE I T . . . No. 937. A new home -for you your family with over 3400 sq. of living. Features include fii place, intercom, system, built-in l vacuum, electronic air filter, attic fan, kitchen island, compactor, no- wax/scuff-proof flooring, automatic garage door opener screened porch, gas grill Sr lights and more. All this just reduced to u n d e r S60.QOQ. See this "special-of-the- week" in our Mall office. Call 5217272 or Nadine Miller 521-7473 for appointment. Nadine invites you to this home's open house Sunday Oct 13 from 2-4. Two Locations ·332 N. College · NW Ark. Plaza 521-7272 Alter 9 p.m. Call Plaza 4allery at 521-7275 , , month. Call 8-6 or - , , Dinglodine, 531-3163,, after 6:00. BY Ott'WnR- Hfnsc nnrl Lhrec acres, reduced price. Also 111 acres, all or parl. Near Prairie Grove. 81-M14, 5 BEDROOM BRICK (?50) On oversize shady lot in Oaks Manor, Formal dining, beautiful tile entry with open staircase, 3 f u l l baths, .loads of closets and storage, large paneled office, 2 car garage. Excellent condition. Call 531-500 for appointment, IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF WA SHINQTON COUNTY, ARKANSA S NO, ClI 74-891 DEE KING PLAINTIFF Vs. GEORGE EDWARD GAM31ON AND OA NKA DAI I U n OKA GAJTMOX, HUSBAND AND WIFE, THEIR UNKNOWN whlttlS of bulb, tlie JpLp^ T ^v?s : ^DAR R ^ioNs nF ' P "' sty]e liad lingered long " a f t e r DEFENDANTS other fads had come and-gone. FILING OF NOTICE OF PETITION What killed the mini i n 1 ' t h e TmF^D'wARNlK^ORMR Clul WHS thg VerV V0«ng ' WBS Notice is 1 hereby given timi (iicn- has designed for. More - t h a n ; any been ftted m my oiiicc, as cicrk o f , o t h e r style, the m i n i promoted iho chancery Court of WasMnKton C o u n - j _ _ a m j depended on -- the qual- nm^c^Sriiif nuSlIp" ll CTnrir^LK Tmij i . t . ies of youth. The day the mini sting o f . t i i i e m him lo the following died a r r i v e d - w F i e n a rock f a n , scribed real estate situated in w.asii- questioned while waiting outside a recording studio for her idol to emerge, replied scornfully; "The m i n i ? I -haven't worn it since I was l i t t l e . - ' - a n d at 16 wasn't exaggerating.- For London girls of this age group, it isn't 'even a fond memory. "Ooh. I hate it," said 19-year-old Sue Davies, a sales clerk In a department store. Val McGIice, 20, elaborated "t just don't think they look nice. rfescri Inglon County, Arkansas, lo-wit: The Bast Half (B Vjl of Ihe Southwest Qu a rler (SW 'At of l^ c Nurthvvesl Quarter (mv 5i) of Section 14, In Township 16 NorlJi, oE Range !fl West, L-onlain- ing 20 acres more or less. All persons, Firms and or corpnrntions, claiming nny interest In said landi? or any lien thereon are hereby notified anrf warned to n p p e n r in the Washington County Chancery Court wilhln tour (4) wt-cTjs at tiie dale ol the first puhlic.-ition of this Nolfcc nnd show cause, K nny they have, why the tille lo said lands ciin'nH not he vested, confirmed, and petitioner, Dee King, for- Thc defendants, George Edward Gummon and Cunzadah Udora Gammon, Husband nnd Wife,- their unknown heirs, devisees, ' aclmlnistmtors, and/or assigns, are hereby warned lo appear .in the Clian- eery Court of Washington Couniy, sns.' uilhin thirty (30) days ami answer (he Petition To Quiet .'and Confirm Title as filed. WITNESS my hand and seal on this 10 day ol October. 1374 Alma Kollmieycr OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY AND SUNDAY _ 476. STOP BY 526 EAST LAFAYETTE and go through thte LARGE 2 story home. 5 bedrooms, 2 fireplaces, 2 baths, carpets and Jargc Basement. Beautiful TREES and shrubs and located on l',a ACRES Listed by Monroe Laner. ACREAGE C--480. YOU ASKED FOB IT -- HEUE IT IS -- Approximately 4 ACRES, few miles WEST OFF HIGHWAY 16. Listed by George Candle A HOME OF OUTSTANDING MERIT H--481. ThU 5 bedroom, 3 bath BRICK HOME in BUTTERFIELD arc; also has FORMAL dining room, den. study, LOTS OF SPACE arid many, many EXTRA FEATURES. CALL and FIND OUT about this one. Listed by Mrs, Hammers, EXCELLENT INFLATION HEDGE H--470. 50 ACRES land with great potential for IMMEDIATE develop men! or HOLDING for appreciation. On a State Highway ONLY 2V miles trom Fayetteville. ATTRACTIVELY PRICED. Listed by Mrs Hammers. REDUCED TO ONLY $12,000 M-477. FINANCING AVAILABLE on this 2 or 3 bedroom, 1 bath home NEAH UofA. EXCELLENT RENTAL INVESTMENT. Listed by Ha " lin. 130 FOOT FRONTAGE ON HWY 265 M-ill. 128 ACRES BETWEEN HWY. 45 and HWY. 18. EXCELLENT INVESTMENT opportunity At UNDER market price. Listed by Ha Modlin. HOME AND/OR INCOME , BETWEEN SQUARE AND DICK9ON STREET, Lar^C 2 story PARTIALLY FURNISHED house with basement. FIRST FLOOR has rooms and 1 bath Including 3 bedrooms. SECOND FLOOR has 7 rooms and 2 baths including 3 kitchens. BASEMENT hatf large workshop AND 3 room apartment -- Outside entrance, ATTRACTIVELY PRICED, UTLEY and Company, Inc. .. .REALTOR On the Square Sfnce I?42 OFFICE 442-8241 REALTOR HOME PHONE Mn. Hammers .. 443-203! Hal Modlin 521-4108 H. L. Utley . . . . . 4424044 Experienced, Responsible Sales Representative! F R U I T AND TEA F A R M 60 a'cres needs reclaiming from he persimmons, sassafras and o t h - r brush. If you are looking for a )ig tract southeast of Fayetteville or a low price, this is for you -25,000.00. UST WAITING FOR YOU An old 60 acre farm, the buildings are no longer standing, -but the food spring is still flowing and ,h'e old fields' can still be seen and used. Price-Just 5200.00 per acre, $15,000.00 BUYS THIS 21 acres with a good 2 bedrom iome located near Morrow, Has f good barn,-several fruit trees and a lovely view. ·RESTIGE HOME With n b e a u t i f u l view and 2 acre: of land. A 3 bedroom, Hi batl brick house .with a fireplace am china cabinet and m a n y other buil in features. See this now -- good terms. ' WHY NOT? Build your own' home on this i acres -- perfect spot -- \'-z rolling and .\'-i level. Good price with low down payment. Located near El kins, GO WEST YOUNG MAN! We have -JO acres west of Fayette ville for just §6,700.00. Come before this one is gone, IF WEST DOESNT SUIT- GO EASTl -JO acres for $10,000. Watered hy a good spring and a good dug well Has an old, old log cabin on the property and a good building site near the road. Has \'\ mile i Trontage. REAL 1 1^1015 N. ESTATE I I ^College Company «TM52T-6700 'Bill" Lazenby 521-5833 -.5 Davis 521-4448 ouq Hartley . . . . 442-6446 STROUT REALTY BEQUETTE- PERRY New 3 bedroom homes with good financing, available now ready in BUTTERFIELD SCHOOL, DISTRICT. Trades' will ba considered. 443-37*0 -- 442-2559 ;;«CONST, co 'on Save Money! When you buy his new four bedroom home, close o Lake Fayetteville. Discover thc. S E A L quieted in" Ihe ever. ~ you h e a r ' say proven advantages' of a new home new neighborhood. Great ernis. Call us for an appointment see th is f i n e n e w linni e. FRONTIER BY OWNER: Nice 2 le!roorn house w i t h uarase. Excellent location in No oast Fayeitoville. No realtors please. Phono 751-3287. NE\V home for sale al builders cost. Three bedroom, 2"4 bath, all brick on STSQ lot, fireplace, double garage that's "insulated ami paneled, many extras. Open house 1 lo 5 p.m. Sunday, 1 1 5B Overcre si. Fa ycilevil I c, or cat] rs, Ark., 636-7971 for an appointment. Roge Call , ., . hy 0:00 a.m. In morning or 6:W evening. Will help finance quail . fied parly. KTGIITY acres, three bedroom, l 1 ^ balhs ron!5, two w oil s, f es run pas tui woods, five mile north and east of WPS ey. £10,000. Phone 613-2!G. HOME LAND BY OWNER Secluded home and 6 acres Mountain Woodland S miles from University, near Hwy. 62 West Open contemporary design by ar chitect, western cedar construction, 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, screen porch, stone fireplace, basement, kennels. Includes couch, table, dishwasher, erator stove, many huiltins, house and 6 acres. Call 443-2128 after S:00 Quarter es drapes r, refrig- NEW 3 Bedroom homes focalcd on cor ner Colcman Avenue vind Calo Spring. «d, U blocks West of South 71 Hwy.) Wll be open Sunday afternoon between 24:00 Call Harrison Davis collect 53MS8S. IN RUSTIC seltinfj, older 3 henroom, Ijoth 3 out buildings, partially wooded acres, just off htacklop in nice pleasan area. Phone 751-KK6 alter 6:00. DIAMONDS! May be a good investment but you want a good solid proven in vestment. Sec these great Rea Estate buys. We have just soutl of the Square seventeen apartment showing an excellent return. Col us--Its easy to own Real Estate FRONTIER REAL (^"l 521-6700 ESTATE I M 1015 N. Company l^Lj College KAUOft Doug Hartley .... 442-6446 ies Davis ..- 521-4448 Bill Lozenby 521-5833 TO. 13, 20, 27, NOV. 3 m , Well if a girl's got nice legs... But most of them who wear them don't." "It's just horrible," summed Bird 3 " ""s-slyle Dolly FINAL VERDICT . 1 , 1 'I lat vertiie ' 'hat made ,,,,,,,, .,. ...... ,,,.., tnc ast mini-strongholds, : the CHANCERY COURT CLERK i popular chain stores of C A B ' DEPUTY CLERK i§l arks and s P enc «'s, Richard DEPUTY CLERK Shops and Dorothy Perkins (all British equivalents of Sears and Penneys finally abandon the r^T /'! e closest a "y of »ie fall stocks will come 'to (lie fi 0 . 1 ' 10 "! . h c ights of the m i n i 13 ih I8 J nc . hes - a mere 2 inches above the knee. · . . So, now what next? "Any- hmg fashionable." was Miss ready reply. Others Dairy Field Day Planned N o r t h w e s t Arkansas dairymen and . farmers are nvited to attend a dairy field lay Tuesday, Oct. 29, at the University of Arkansas Animal Sciences Center. . The program will hegin at 10:15 a.m. in Honm E-107 of the center with a welcome by A. ' V i n e s , interim vice president for agriculture. Subjects for the morning session of the program will he dairy cattle reproduction efficiency, protein sources For dairy cows and milk production on pasture and green chop forage. In the afternoon, mechanization of silage and hay feeding and using livestock wastes in forage production will be discussed. Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station s t a f f ap pearing on the program will be Drs. 0. T. Stallcup, L. B. Daniels · and J. M. Rakes. Representing the U. of A will be Dr. Ralph Williams Clary Huttink and L a n t b R a t c l i f f . The program will end at 2:l. r p.m. . ers lad more definite ideas, like trousers a firm favorite among practical ladies with comfort in mind. For others ram one -ram one extreme to anothert Maxiskirts - free-flowing, side! walk-trailing -- have caught on here as nowhere else. In Lon" aon u n l i k e America or Europe, hey re not just party clothes fun for resort wear or spccia occasions. They're an everyday Educators To Speak Dr. Grant M. Davis, Orci Harris professor of transports lion, and Dr. J.L. Rosenberg associate professor of market ing, 'both of the University ol Arkansas College of Business Administration, will present a paper before the annual na tional meeting of the National Council on Physical Distribution in Philadelphia, nesday. Pa., Wed "Developing a New Theory for Distribution Management." The conference is being held at the Mariolt. Hotell. a case of everyday , h ' e thi "g o r ing the shopping in. taking e kids to school in. even for working in. Maybe it's because iney :avc the approval of at least the romantics of the mala population. "They're so really pretty and feminine," com- mcnted one. And now, most recent of th» looks to capture the British fan* cy. is the mid-calf skirt - "It', so attractive, so stylish" cn Ihiised (he fashionable younc «w after the other. A n d I ^ Still, at least one of the mod back by next year " wai ^,, dent Penny Turten's view" Charcoal Soles V Al .f BEACH (AP) ort th f °?' d ? P otii «"-i!*i re- °i i , u f " 0t odor can he elpctMo be e l i m i n a t e d for the irst time, via a recently mar- ;eted product that is the first :o use a cushioned insole fea- iiring latex impregnated with nilhons of particles of activated charcoal. P « f ' £' J - Pracha ska and Dr. P.W. Rausch, who coordinated clinical tests, said the cushioned insole worked 'because it "effectively removed ths causes of the condition, rather than 'covering' the odor cos- molically, or acting as a temporary bacteria 'stopper,' "

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