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47-Rtql EtlciU-For Sola , 2 0 ACRES I n ' r u t u n -- Urge stock pond -n e a r Lincoln -- nlcn home with fireplace -- , b a r n -- ally utilities -29% down. 1.15 ACHES on 170 Hwy. north ot I'rnirle Grove ' -- ·very.nice 3 hed. home -- lols ·I » h ,f"' 1 :n,? b ° hns » trailer sp.-ice -- all utilities -- S22.000. 90 ACHES near Strlckler -- 2 or 3 bed. newer home -- CH CA -- brick fire, place -- ex. new well -- 2 ponda -- loU ol limber -- f38,500 w i t h terms. 2 BEDROOM home north of Lincoln -- city utll- · ttlM -- only J10.509 -- FHA approved -- Immediate occupancy. THE-OSBURN BROKERS BIWAY 62 WIST "HONE 143-4499 3535 N. College DIAMONDS! May be s gooil Investment bul 1[ you want a jood solid proven Investment, Sec these great nonl Estate buya. We have just south · -o! the Square seventeen apartments " thowlng an excellent return, Col us--III easy to own Heal Estate FRC NTIER REAL ESTATE Company Doug Hartley Iss Davis Bill lazenby 521-6700 1015 N. College 442-6446 ' 521-4448 . 521-5833 MINI FARM All you furnish Is the animals Barn pig pen, spring, pond an 10 acres. House Is a "neal-as-a-pln 3 BR. home on a good well and view you have (o see to believ oH the front deck. And tho prlc Is the best part J29.960. Farming ton School Dist. For an apnt. t Me call 521-1300 or niles i week ends: Duffey Carter 521-412 Jean Anna Sellers 442-09i James Baker Broker 442-5ffi Pauline McKlnncy 521 BAKER RE ALTOS ASSOCIATES REALTORS 1618 N. Collega. 521-130 WE WORK HARDER! WE GET RESULTS! NICE BIG HOME witH l',3 wooded acres central he and air, 5 bedrooms den, 2 fu baths, living, dining, breakfa room, and kitchen plus laundry an storage room. Dishwasher, carpcte big front porch plus redwood fiu deck in back, out,building for ext storage. Chain Mnk fenced. Gree land school. J27.000. By owni Phone 521-1522. BY OWKB R: Mu st sd t Imm erflnic 3 twdroom house, large feneed yard, UooJr from U of A, excellent prope /or investors or smal] family. Mi o««r. Cill 521-4773. ' -Real Estate--For Sale ML SEQUOYAH l i f u l lni]l(Hn£ 5llc -- Size ISOx 0: 28 b e a u t i f u l shade Ircos -- utt Street -- Price *10,000.00. FARM1NGTON yr, old 1100 sti. ft. l i r l f k veneer, U K , 1 bn. w i t h lorye lot 100x175 back yard Tcnccil -- chain link- j price 520,000.00 -- good loan sumption. "Developers of Hyland Park" WHERE HAVE ALL THE SELLERS GONE? /e hnve the prospecfjs coming In oin out of town. We have proa eels in town. We have mono; onrces iivflliable. A confidential all from you will end in honefll or both of us, Call James Bake 21-1300 or nitea 442-5090,' amoa Baker, Broker 442-509C can Anna Sellers 442-908' uffcy Carter (Forms) 52M13 auline McKinney · 521-154' BAKER ASSOCIATES REALTORS 618 N. Collega E WORK HARDER! WE GET RESULTS! REALTOR 521-130C WOODED BEAUTY This beautiful new home of brio ?cdar and shake roof is on Clev and Slrcet close lo the Universlt t has 4 .bedrooms 3 baths and oeater] on a *\ acre wooded lo Two car garage, decks and appro mately 2,100 square feet niak -his home a bargain at'$49,900. LARGE FAMILY i H O M E This-beautiful 4 bedroom, 2!i bat jrlck home in the'Root school di Irict would he greal /or your fai: ly. The backyard Is .fenced ar las a ·built-in barbeque, 2 CL garage, cenrlal heat arid air an much more. FREEMAN College 1617 N. 521-6300 7-Raol Iitate-For Sol«- 47-R«al E«lot»-For Sol«- (Ugal Notlc«* OPEN DAILY 2 NEW HOMKS Mockingbird Lime (off OvcrcrcjJt Drive) anch and Split, 3 Bn., formal Hv- K room 2 balhj. family room. FP rue kit. all bum-liu, extra b!g oublo Kflrngtj carpeted, AC. rlced low lo mill 30's, fiimnqinB ·allable. GINTONIO BLDG. CO. Phone 521-3373 BEQUETTETM PERRY ' Now 3 b«droom homei with good i in a tic in* available now ready It. BUTTERFIELD SCHOOL DISTRICT. Trade.* will b* considered. 443-37W -- 442-2559 COUNTRY C O R N E R clialom b u i l t homo on 1 RL-re a l t - iled about 3 mlle.i west ol Fayelle lie. 3 nn, 2 f u l l baths, largo on wllh tire place, patio, and iluhen full ol bullt-lns. 2 car araffo and separate 8'xl2' storage ulldlng. 2 addllianal adjoining cres available lit 51,500.00 per acre, rlced at . 533,500.00. For appoint- nenl lo sec call Col. Duffcy Barter 521-1300 or nlles 521-4122, COUNTRY CORNER 9 Acrca of river bottom land, enccd and crosstenced, good pas- ure and plenty of waler. 2 BH, bath older home in good shape. 2x0 1972 mobile home with cen- ral fllr and natural gas. 40x50 larn, corral, loading chule, tool hed plus other out buildings. Call Col, Dutfey Carter, 521-1300 or nlles 21-4122. COUNTRY CORNER 80 Acre Ranch and Dairy Farm. About 90% in excellent pasture and pproximately 200 acres ot good iliable creek bottom land. Plcn- f waIer provided by creek gh middle of property, wells ind springs, 2 Good hay barns and grade "A" Dairy Barn, plus a airly good frame house. Located lose to town wllh about Vt mile aved highway frontage. Priced at 212,000.00. For appointment to see Call Col. D u f f e y Carter 521-1300 or nites. 521-4122. James Baker, Broker -co. And planter* (o the Front or (heir btilldintf, wMch h a uondllion not permitted by trw CUy Bulldlnf Code. This properly Is known AS part of Loli 7, 8, and 9, Block 31, original town ptal, FayeltevlUe. and further described as J23 West Mountain Slr«l, Fay e tie- vlHe. The Applicant requests permission to erect brick pllKBlers and brick planter* to extend a distance ot 2t Inches front of the enisling fac« o) the- Chamber of Commerce Building. Dated October 10, 1974 Board of Appeal CUy of Fay«tl«vMlB, Arkansas 2Tc 17, 19 »V OWNER: Nice 1 bed room houi« with garage. Excellent location In North cast Fa ycUevtUe. No leal Lori pa it, Phone 751-32STT. KICUITY acres, three, bedroom, 1»,4 baths in/ids, two wells, Ic scvJ c pastureJ an' woods, five mile north anrl ea*t of Wes IK THE NOTICE PROBATE COURT OF WASHINGTON COUNTY, ARKANSAS In The Mater of th* Estate of Arthur Q, Johnson, deceased, No, P-74-2M Last Known Address, of Decedent: * South Duncan, F»ye(t«vllle, Arkansas y o n ron i Icy. (10.000. Phone 13-2516. OWNER: Hou« you can afford, 112.000. to post office fcnd market, Fhont EHG- iSCff, Prairie Grove, BV BUILDER, -- New 3 bedroom, 2 both, fireplace, dishwasher, ilr conditioner, 2 car garage with remote control door, near AsbtU Odiool. 442-8873. DONT DO ANYTHING DRASTIC iik« huy until you let us show you this new 3 bdrm house on Mohawk Circle, off Turner Street in Spring financing with 734% Interest! New Area, New House New Neighbor* A-238. PAY equity and assume loan with pya- mcntj $169,00 a month, 3 bdrms, 2 baths, large lot, fenced yard, new storage bld£. Total price $25,000.00. A-2M. RENT one side and live in the other side of ihls duplex while your renl income helps make the payments' Date of D«ilh: September 19. 1974 mlnlalralor of the eslale ol the above( tober, I74. All persons havlnjc claim* against the estate muil exhibit them, duly verified, lo the undersigned within six monlbi from the ttate ot Ihe first publication :[ this notice, or they Rha.ll be (orevcr In the estate. This notice first published 17 day ol October, 1871. First National Bank (Administrator) Fayetlevllle, Arkansas 2lc 17, « Warning Order' In ThB CHANCERY Court of Washington County, Ark ana BA F R A N C E S ELIZABETH MILLS, Plaintiff, vs. CH 74-M2 JAMES ^VELDON SELLS, Defendant The Defendant Is warned to appear in tbls Court within thirty days and answer Ihe complaint of lha Plaintiff n tho above cntlllcri cause. Witness my hand and seal nf Ihls Court this H day oT October, 1971. ALMA KOLLMEYEK Chancery Clerk By Kalhleen Harness D.C. (Scab 4Lc 17, 2i. 3t Nov. 7 LB REALTOR BAKER ASSOCIATES REALTORS 1618 N. College 521-1300 WE WORK HARDER1 WE GET RESULTS! IT'S MARVELOUS 1950 sq. ft, of suburban living. This 4 bedroom brick veneer has all the amenities from custom drapes to a private study. Featuring formal living room, family room with fireplace, master bedroom with Jire- place, brick veneer construction. Paradise Lane location. Call us today for trouble free appointment. Price $40,500.00. An investment you can LIVE with! REAL ESTATE RtAUOR Jaines Freeman PhyUls Freeman Jo Dodson Bandall Webb Carl Henson Hugh Huppert NEW home for sale al bull dors cost. Three bedroom, 2^ batli, all brick on large loi, fireplace, double garacre that's Insulated and paneled, many extras. Open house 1 to , 5 p.m.' Sun*i", 1153 Ovcnrrasl, Faye Neville, or rail Rogersj Ark., 63S-774 for an appointment Call liy 9:00 a.m. 1n morning or 6:00 p.m. In evening. Will help finance quail- lied party. ff" ay $ f5f 1A Maxinc Smith Mildred Graue Jim Wilson D. B. Cole 751-3455 521-5349 N B W ' 3 Bedroom homes located on corner Colemfin Avenue and Cato Springs Rd. (2 blocks West ol Soulh 71 Hwy.) Will be open Sunday afternoon between 24:00. Call Harrison Davia collect 5JM688, BY OWNE1U 3 bedroom, chain link fence, central hti.it, w indnw air, carport with storage, ?16,9QO. Call 442-6S57. New Officers Installed By Kiwanis Club Suit Filed On Female Voters Designation LITTLE ROCK CAP) Three female lawyers and a Roman Catholic nun filed a lawsuit Wednesday over Pu- laskl County Clerk Charles Jackson's refusal to register female voters without the prefix "Miss" or "Mrs." The plaintiffs, Pamela Walker, Linda Scholle, Catherine Harris and Sister Leona Hoi ting, filed the suit in U.S. Dis trict Court. They sued Jackson and all other county clerks and permanent voter registrars. The suit said Miss Walke [· recently was married but main tains her maiden name o Walker as her legal surname. The Scholle woman was reg istered lo vote before her re cent marriage.- and her affida vit registration contains the £ prefix of "Ms." According to the suit, Mis Harris is a divorcee who use her maiden name of Harris a her legal surname. The suit said Sister Leon Holting registered to vote wit a prefix of Sr. for sister. Jackson would not let Mis Walker and Miss Harris regis ter to vote unless they desit nated the p_refix "Miss" "Mrs," the suit said. It also said he had require Miss Walker to designate he married name of Stafford a though she continues to use he surname of Walker. rnonnweir «rnaniai IIIYICS, inuri., ucr. I/, iv/» · 43 rAYETTEVILLI, ARKANSAS New Governor To Submit Budget Recommendations LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- It would be better for the next iovcrnor, rather than outgoing 3ov. Dale Bumpers, to submit rinted budget recommenda- ions for the next biennium, the ^egislalive Council decided Tuesday. Bumpers, the Democratic nominee for the U.S. Senate, eaves office in January, short- sembly convenes. Bumpers agreed Tuesday not to submit his recommendations after meeting with a delegation rom the council. He said he would cancel a special appearance before the council next Monday to explain his recommendations. Bumpers said he and his staff iad worked hard in the past :ew months preparing the budgets so that the legislators would riave a basis for their budget considerations. Bumpers said his successor would have to go through a similar procedure of meeting with department heads and it would be difficult to get the recommendations through the council before the legislature convenes However, the governor said, the time spent on budget preparation ^ "won't have been wasted" because departmenl heads have been looking at their budgets more closely. Ecp. Hay S. Smith Jr. of Hot Springs raised the issue of executive recommendations. "I have strong reservations n my mind about a lame-duck ;overnor m a k i n g budget recommendations," Smith said 'This puts the new governor ir. the position ot being second guessed." ··, · Sen. Max Howell of Jacksonville, who had raised a similar question on Monday, agrcec with Smith. PanAm And TWA To Cut Competition NEW YORK (AP) - Pa American Airways and Tran World Airlines, long-time arch rivals in international jet trav el, have agreed to slop com peting on several major inter national routes. The plan to boost profits b reducing the number of empt seats on their routes still re quires the approval ot th boards of both airlines and o the Civil Aeronautics Boat next week, the airlines sai Wednesday. "We hope it will be handle on an expedited basis," sa TWA Chairman Charles C. Ti I high a si. Jr. But he and Pa Am's Chairman William T. Se wall estimated that Feb. 1975, is the earliest the pis could take effect. n\r (ho cvtr^n aorppmpnt TW 3535 N. College "Developers of Hyland Park" WOMAN'S WORLD A Convenient Sewing and hopping Guide for Today's Gal on the Go. PRINTED PATTERN Add a flower-ful touch to a kitchen with this set. ·'. Charming gift for bride or hostess! Embroider dainty, multicolor flowers on apron a n d place mats. Make napkins of .calico. Pattern 812: transfer for apron and 8 mats incl. 75 CENTS each pattern -add 25 cents each pattern for first-class mail and special -handling. Send lo Laura .Wheeler, Northwest Arkansas ·TIMES, 450,-Ncetllecraft Dept., Box 161, Old Chelsea Station, New York, N.Y. 10011. Print Pattern .Number, Name, Address, Zip. The source of inspiration -- our ·new 197S Necdlecraft Catalffg! 180 designs, 3 printed inside. To KNOT or not! Whicheve neckline you choose, you'll lov the slenderizing effect of h: aist seaming that descend louer in back. Send! Printed Pattern 466!): Ha 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 - ' ..$1.00 $1.00 Hairpin Crochet Book Instant Crochet Bor)k Instant Money Book $1.00 Instant Macrame Book ....Jl.OO Complete Gift Book $1.00 Complete Afghans No. H ..$1..00 "12 Prize Afghans No. 12 50 cents '·Book of 16 QuJHs No. 1 .50 cents '.Museum Quilt Book No. 2 : cents ,50 )15 Quilts for Today No. 3 ....50 'cents [.Book of 16 Jiffy Rugs Sizes 12'/2, 14'/z. 16'/4, WA Size HIS (bust 37) t a k e s 21 yds. 45-in; scarf 'A. Send $1.00 for each pattern, Ad 25 cents for each pattern fo first-class mail and specia handling. Send lo Anne Adams 433, Pattern Dept., 243 We; 17th St., New York, N.Y. 10011 Print .NAME, ADDRESS, ZIP SIZE and STYLE NUMBER MORE FOR YOUR MONEY 1 NEW FALL-WINTER PA' TERN CATALOG! 100 he. school, career, casual, cil fashions. Free pattern coupon Send 75 cents. Sew plus Knit Book -- has has tissue pattern ....... ....... $1.1 Inslant Sewing Book ..... $1.1 Instant Fashion Book ..... $1.0 ADVERTISE Thousands of homexnaken real thH feature dally 50 cents win M your ind the/ OUNTRY PERFECTION this 15 acre iriagnifi- for this 7 year old 1390 SUNNYHILL PERSONALITY PLUSI The charm of this 6 room. 3 BR home far exceeds the price. Master bedroom has enchanting !cone perfect for kin.g size bed. Galley kUchun has built-ins, disposal, and breakfast nook. Enjoy it all .silting hy fireplace in Living room. ^28.500. For appt. to see, call Jean Anna Sellers 521-1300 or nites 4429081. JOHNSON Dave Hildhold was installed as president of the Fayetteville Kiwanis Club at installation ceremonies held in conjunction with a banquet Tuesday night at the Fayetteville Holiday Inn. Other officers who will serve during the 1974-75 term, installed by Kiwanis Lieutenant Governor Paul Cammack, are Darrell Spriggs, first vice president; David Moore, second vice · president; Fred Sluckey, secretary; and Don Schaeffer, treasurer. Directors for the organization, in addition to the officers include Oscar Bass, Don Brown, Farrell Conner, Ed Piper, Jim Reese, Brad Waddle, and Keith Robbins. The Uarkettes, directed by Dr. Kenneth Ballenger, performed several selections. This was their first appearance of the season. DENNIS THE MENACE By Ketch am _. 1066 on ent .setting _ . _.,, bedroom home with a year-round owing spring and a live creek nly a stone's throw away. 827,500. all 521-7272 or after hours Wayne eese 151-7300 for more informa- on. EAUTIFULi To. 1022 This lovely 2 bedroom oniR with native atone fireplace s located on 5 acres and you can ee for miles. Priced at 520,000 :ome In today or call 521-7272 or ftcr houra Jerry Lnieberger 5213505. OR THE LOVE OF SPACE Vo. 111S Move 'Onto this acre that ooks like a lot more with a cns- om-built brick family home. FI- ancing available. Call quick for his one. Call 521-7272 or after hour* ""ranees Langham 4-13-3-157, Two Locations 332 N. College NW Ark. Plaza 521-7272 After 6 p.m. Call Plaza Gallery at 521-7275 Cltan, peaceful, and ready to move into. If you like bargains, this 5 room, 2 BR home at 5.15.500 will be just for you. Large \'* acre lot with shade trees and garden spot are just bonuses. For more information, call Jean Anna Sellers 5211300 or niles 442-9084. WEDINGTON WOODS Country living with town conveniences. This 12x60 Mobile home on 2.3 acres has beautiful landscaped lawn and a 14x14 storage building sitting on a paved road. $13,200. For an appt. to see, call Jean Anna Sellers'521-1301) or nites 442-9084. James Baker. Broker STRAWBERRY HILL Sound interesting, See this near new 3 bedroom. 2 bath home. Ev- 3rything you need including lots 3f open air. Be ready for Butter- icld School at Mid term. Call J auline McKinney 521-1300 or nites ,21-15-19 for details. James Baker, Broker BARER REALTOR ASSOCIATES REALTORS 1618 N. College 521-1300 WE WORK · HARDER! WE GET RESULTS] BARER ASSOCIATES REALTORS 1618 N..College 521-1300 WE WORK HAHDER! WE QET HE3ULTS1 7%% You Save Money! When you buy Ihis new four ncdroom home, close to Lake Fayettevitle. Discover the proven advantages ot a new home in a new neighborhood. Great terms. Can us for an appointment to see this f i n e new home. FRONTIER Residence Rule Is Challenged LITTLE ROCK (AP) -lawsuit filed Wednesday challenges the state laws that require a person to have lived in a voting precinct for 10 days -prior lo an election to be eligible to'vote. The suit was filed in U.S. District Court by Louis Meyers of Little Rock. He moved from Precinct 90 in Little Rock to Precinct 88 on Oct. 15. The general election is Nov. 5. Meyers named Pulaski County Clerk Charles Jackson arid all other county clerks and permanent registrars in the state as defendants. The suit says the amendments to the state Constitution and the state statute that set out the residency requirements are unconstitutional. REAL ESTATE 1015 N. ICollegs Company ---521-6700 "Bill" Lazenby 521-5833 Les Davis 521-4448 Ooug Hartley .... 442-6446 433 ACRE STOCK FARM 207 per acre. 2CO acres permanenl ;rass with'new fencing, 100 acres riore can be opened, large quan- ily of faleable timber, gorgeous milling sites overlooking Devil's Den State Park from the west, good all weather road, three bed- ·com .two bath, rock and loj? house 2 good wells, 4 ponds, live itream. building rock walls ga :ore. Conatct J, .F, Gabnard, Gab- gard Real Estate. M2-5110 days; 521-5309 nights. THREE bedroom home and nine ara or house and lwenty.nine acres. Two wells, pond, barn,' fenced, cross-fenced. Ey owner. WS-DaOQ. HOUSE in Farminj?ton, 3 bedrooms, . iialn, wall-to-wall carpel, central heat nc "~ " , $3,500 equity and assume 2K7-3963. loan Legal Notices-NOTICE Notica [a hereby given that Ihe Board oT Append will hnltl a public hearing in the City Board of Directors' Room located in the City Administration Build- ins, Fayelleville, Arkansas at 4:00 P.M.. October 21, 1974 on appeal of; Mr. Dale Christie from a ruling or the City Building Inspector denying the Chamber of Commerce, building pilasters Hoffman To Speak To Historical Group Dr. Michael Hoffman, chairman of the department of anthropology at the University of Arkansas, will be guest sneaker at. the general membership meeting of 'the Washington County Historical Society Sunday. , Dr. Hoffman will speak on "Indians of Arkansas" when the session convenes at 3 p.m. at Mount Comfort Community Building. A brief business session will be conducted by Dr. Dwain E. Manske, president and committee chairmen will report to the membership, A cooperatife supper w i l l conclude the activities. The public is invited to attend. Cioihing Stolen From Locked Auios Almost $900 worth of clothing was reported missing in the burglary of two cars Tuesday night or Wednesday morning. Both cars were parked in front of rooms being occupied by their owners at the Holiday Inn, 2402 N. College Ave. Carl M. Standiford of Shawnee Mission, Kan., told Fayetteville police Wednesday that a camera and · about $800 worth of various articles of clothing were taken from his car. A suit and a shirt, valuec at $85, was reported stolen from a car owned by Girhart A Gratton of Farmington, Mo. EXTRA nice 3 bedroom, IMi bath home in Prairie Grove. 1800 sq. ft. besides garage and patio. All electric. Central heat and air. 2 story with full basement. Tiled lot is 120x 120. Material cost was over $23,000. Year old. Price $26,500.00: A. M. SPEAR REAL ESTATE 200 Hwy 62 W., Lincoln, Ark. Phons 824-3486 Wallet Stolen Mrs. Sue Anderson told Fay etteville police that her billfold was taken frorn her purse while at St. Paul's Episcopal Church 224 N. East Ave. Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Anderson said the bill (old contained about $10 in cash, keys and identification. would suspend all service to Germany and on its round-the- world route from Tel Aviv to Guam, including service to Hong Kong and Bangkok. Except for its mid-Allantic roule from Miami to Rome. Pan Am would stop all service to Portugal, Spain. Casablanca and France, including the company's historic New York to Paris route, Pan Am's first trans-Atlantic route charted by Charles A. Lindberg in 1939. Pan Am will also end through service from London to Washington. TWA will »»d through service from London to three U.S. cities, Chicago, Philadelphia and Los Angeles. The plan, which represents;, the biggest cutback in U.S. 'air service on record, would hava little effect on air travelers. Zion Methodist Homecoming Set The annual homecoming of Zion Methodist Church, one of the oldest churches in the community will be held al 2 p.m. Sunday. The Rev. Edgar Hall will deliver the sermon and music will be provided by the Friendship Choir. · The public is invited to at. tend. . Leather Makes The Difference! 3O As all leather shoes become rare, Florsheim shoes become further standouts. From top to bottom. Florsheim uses only the best grades, then disposes o£ what doesn't pass our own high- grading inspection. That's quality. That's Florsheim. Style shown in brown or black textured calfskin. Men's Shoes--DILLARD'S First Floor Now.. .Three Convenient Ways To Charge Th«« two pwutw ero* wids plus you? Dlllird's credit card .. .At All DU.UVRD'S and DILLARD'S pfelfer-BIass Stores m Arkartsw Open Monday Through Saturday 10 a.m. until 9 p.m.

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