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flD NorlhwoM Arkansas TIMES, Sun., Oct. 20, 1974 FAYETTEVIULE. ARKANSAS 42~Wanted To Rent Or lease WOULD llfcc to Iliy, rent, or lense or aero, within 5 miles ol UofA. campus, to put mobile lionic on. I'Jionc 759-21GI. 43--Real Estate--Wanted PBXVATH jmrly Iras.- 55.000-JS.OOO to invest In rca) estalc, will consider small home or ground. No realtors ])Icase, Phone 45-Lors For Sale THINKING of retiring on the !akÂ«? See our la fcÂ« sites be tore you buy. North Hickory ] iills Lake Addil ion, North of Hickory Creek Boat Dock on Hwy. 251, Phone 1-733-2205. 46-- Farms Acreages 16 SCENIC acres, 5 miles 5outh\ve,s I Lake \Yedinglon, much virgin timlxrr, waterfall, beautiful cliffs, abundant wild- IKe, and many buildinir sites. Â·H2-592S after 5 p.m. 10, SO, or 40 acre plols7~0ut Hwy. 16 West in Lake WedJnxlon area. Phone 4J2-5S1S. BY oWNBR:~9H~acre5Tl niilos WesTol Uo!A good Iron ta go, level and clear 47-- Real Estate-- For Sale-- WOODED and WONDERFUL: BY CnVNEK: 5 beautiful, wooded acres in Northeast sectioiij sur rounded by some of the cityV most prestigious homes. Lovely view. Only minutes from down -town. Ideal site lor your drean home or for development. Phone Â£21-1077. IN ELKINS AREA (767) 2 bdrm home on .7 acre, mod ern, gas heat, city water, stove ant refrig. incl. Has sewing room, car port with storage. Listed by Hiran Brooks. Call 521-8500 or -143-2625. H6AUOP 1984 N. College OPEN DAILY 2, NEW HOMES Mockingbird Lane (off Overcrest Drive) Ranch Split. ,1 4 BR., forma living room, 2 baths, family room KP, large kit, aJl built-ins, extra bi double garage carpeted, AC. Priced low to mid SB's finnncin available. GINTONIO BLDG. CO. Phone 521-3373 7-Real Eslate-For Sale BROILERS 0,000 n u l o m n t l c . all buildings like cw, well located, 35 acres. 595,000. 8,000 capacity, SO acres on black- op. S bedrooms 3 bath home. "pring water piped throughout. 50.000. Jwner finnnced 20 acres on lilnck op, 32x300 broiler house automatic. O.\l2 Mobile Home. $35.000. Ci acres brick home. 30,005 cap*' ity automatic. *115,000. Owner tin- nced. 96 acres a 4 mile Front on blacklop, .SOO capacity, 100 acres open Inad, bedroom home. 5110,000. 2 acres, new 15,000 capacity. Good iomc, Â§38,000. FARMS y nev, down acre Bargain , M acres grass, Voven wire fencing. 2SCH) sq. ft. home, -1 years old. $62,500. New brick home, SO acres, 60 acres grass, all good outbuildings most* cw. A real buy at $55.000. 29% and owner f i n a n c e d . 16 acres. Like new 2 bedroom. )ath home with large enc-lo.scd jack porcl.. 24'x24' fiarnge. .Nice view, well located, $55,000. 10 acres V* mile ffl, U4 miles Liiv coin. Perfect land. Small stream Well improved. S49.000. ACREAGES 13 acres in Greenland, 11 lame grass, large lafce. New home $50,000. 9 acres in Fayetteville. all open valuable land. Large 3 bedroon brick borne. 7 acres in Fayelteville. new brie! 3 bedroom, 2 bath, home, Unnltach cd double garage, brick. Â£S8,50Q. 5 acres just off West 16- Good bedroom home built in 1970. Abou 2 acres open. Scenic setting. $1: 500. HOMiS A large selection. Prom $16,500 fo a home iusl like new 3 bedrooms Jarge lot, brick front. Up to probably the best buy Northwest Arkansas, 15 acres While River, all level, with cit utilities. 4300 sq. ft. home. 570,000 NEWLIN REALTY CO. West ForX, Arkansas S39-2522 or 839-2259 7-Reol EsÂ»ate-For Sole FOUR BEDROOM HOME THE MOM ENT YOU REACH THE DRIVE THIS LOVELY HOME WELCOMES YOU FROM THE ENTRY HALL A LARG-E 29 BY 17 FT. LIVING ROOM MUSIC ROOM GREETS YOU WITH A NATIVE STONK WOOD BURNING FIREPLACE 2N'D GAS FIREPLACE. THE KITCHEN GIVES THE LADY OF THE HOUSE COVETED CABINETS CORNER SPAC E PLUS BUILT- JN9 BREAKFAST BAR. ADJA CENT IS A NICE SI ZED DINING AREA. ONE OF THE FOUR BEDROOMS IS 18' BY 14' WITH FIREPLACE, FULL BATH COMPLETE PRIVACY L AN EXIT TO A REDWOOD DECK. WOULD MAKE AN EXCELLENT GAME ROOM OR A ROOM FOR AN AGED PARENT. THREE MORE ELEGANTLY DONE BEDROOMS WITH MANY LARGE CLOSETS, BUILT-IN. THE OTHER TWO FULL BATHS "ARE LOCATED IN THE BEDROOM AREA OF THE HOUSE. FULLY CARPETED DRAPED. CENTRAL HEAT, AIR. AND ATTIC FAN, WALKING DISTANC E OF SCHOOL. SEE Tins ONE. CALL: VIRGINIA BRISTOW OFFICE 1547. 521-4600, HOME 442- ry country atlsfy. ' u i l t - l n F i n a n c i n g ay 51,000 down nud this owner i-lll carry the balance nt 8% In- orcst, .ibout ?80 ier month. The roperly offers a ;1 room house hieh Includes .1 refrigerntor and ,ove, mid n small cottage. 3 city ita just enst of ArchlbalrA Yell Ivd. S10.000. Talk lo Knthcrlnc iaer. 521-4303. it Outa Townl llvln 1 We t h i n k it'll You'll enjoy the com tori [ Hi is modern 3 bedroom, Irani c onie. And you'll just love the rivaey, and spaciousness of own- re TWO ACRES of your own! AH nly .1 miles from South Gale hopping. 514,800. See Kathcrine iser. 521-4303. el] Or Trade htil offers n lol of options to omeone who'd Jikc to get into nn ~[\ brick,' 3 bdr. home. This one as a beautiful fireplace, nice built,i kitchen, luscious green carpet- ig, and a really good floor plan. !Ei(ed on a 120x190 corner lot nice area of Springdalc. Some Miimable financing at 7.2%. Con- act Katharine Fiser. 521-4303. Be A Contest... . . .to see who'll enjoy this home he most. Dad will like the 10 " workshop. Mon\ will just love the iilchen and out door barbeque. vnd the kirls will be crazy about he huge yard and swing set. Tiey'll all love (he 3 bdr.. family com and balcony patio. $25.000 Â·alk fo Ron Pyeatt. 521-2714. Assume 7.2 % L o a n . . . . .pa y the equ il y. a n d start en - oyinfi this beautiful 4 bedroom Tome. Il's the kind of home, in he kind of neighborhood, that your amily will really like. Centra ieat and air lg baths, cozy f a m i l y com, red wood patio. Close to ;chODl. Inquire at 521-8660. nvest Property Plus Here's an investment with an add id bonus. The 2-story house is dt vided into 3 apartments, all furn ished, 2 with fireplaces. Seven lot vith water, gas and sewer. Gooi ncome. The Bonus -- make down payment and the owner wj] ca rry the balance. Talk to Ken TiUman. 521-6979. D A V I S 1617 N. College Office 521-8660 Bryce Davis 4 6 WOODED ACRES (758) Northwest just off 112. Ver secluded 4 bdrm and study ceds home, livnig-dining combo with FP 2 full baths, kitchen bilt-ins, cen tral heat and air. Has barn a fenced, lots of water. Listed by-Ja Henson. Dial 52I-S500 or Res. 5" (509. EHs BCrtKOC 1984 N. College CHOICE LOCATION HIGH ON A HLLL VERY CONVENIENT TO SHOPPING YET SITUATED IN A HESTIUCTED AREA OF NICE HOMES -- 2 BEDROOMS -- FORMAL, LIVING AND SEPARATE FORMAL DLNING ROOM -- UNUSUAI^ IL LARGE KITCHEN--SMALL DEN OR SEWING ROOM -- BEAUTIFUL CORNER LOT WITH AN ABUNDANCE OF TREES -- IT HAS JUST BEEN COMPLETELY REDECORATED INSIDE AND OUT DONT FAIL TO SEE TOTS ONE TODAY. CALL B. A. 3HAMBLIN OFFICE 521-4600 APTER CALL 44Z-S416. RETIREMENT DREAM THIS BEAUTIFULLY DECOHAT- ED HOUSE IN A SELDOM FOUND LOCATION IS FOR YOU. MOVE IN JUST AS IT IS -- SOMEONE HAS MADE IT PERFECT FOR YOU. THE LARGE HOMEY LIVING ROOM HAS A GAS BURNING FIREPLACE. EARLY AMERICAN SHUTTERS AND SHEER DRAPES ON ALL WINDOWS. SEPARATE FORMAL DINING WITH BUILTIN HUTCHES, ETC. EVEN THE ICE- MAKER REF. AND ELECTRANGE ARE INCLUDED WITH THIS HANDY KITCHEN, TWO NICE SIZED CARPETED BEDROOM AND PLUS1J BATH. LARGE THAN USUAL UTILITY A WITH MANY STORAGE CAB NETS. CENTRAL HEAT AND AIR AND PULL DOWN STAIRWEL FOR STORAGE. SEPARATE Gt RAGE WITH REMOTE CONTRO THIS IS ONE YOU HAVE TO SF FOR YOURESLF TO APPREC ATE THE MANY ADDED FE/ TURES. SEE IT TODAY. CALL VIRGINIA BRISTOW OFFFICE 521-4600 HOME 442-8446 ACHES -- no buildings, Wate 'ell -- Electricity -- Great Term Miles S. E. ACRES -- no buildings -- Mos Timber -- Flowing Stream. A r 6 P.M. Phone 442-66JO FRONTIER EAL STATE ompany REAOOfi oug Hartley ---- 442-644 es Davis lazenby 1015 N. College 2 1-6700 521-444 521-583 7-Real EttotÂ»-For Sole-WORDS FAIL ME 5 I'll Just say If you're looking ir a 3 1JR home, with two baths, j; double garage, lovely carpets irougttout, nice suburban Pcacc- I Valley locution, Sprlngdnlc, oix'l delay call today. Price Â§25,- J535 N. College 521 "Developers of Hylond Park" )EER HUNTER SPECIAL ake your pick -- 40 A, SO A, 160 A, 20 A, 440 A. ..whatever size you esire. Win slow area good access /ill have use of planned lake "erms with seller. Call Hiram irooks 521-8500 or 443-2625. \\ASfa9ttM KMXXt 1985 N. College COMMERCIAL T M A K E S S E N S E . . . . lo, 1103 for all of you investor see 1 hes e val u abl e investmen jroperties. Duplexes, tri-plexes. ourplex, a house, plus one com ercia] lot located on Hwy 62 W Duplexes can be purchased separ ately. Good financing. Low dow payment. Seller will carry. Ca' TODAY 521-7272 or after hours Le Boss 521-1U). ATTENTION INVESTORSl No. 1068, 1101, 1102 Four reason ably priced rental houses. Goo financing available small dow payment. Seller will carry. Ca now 521-7272 or after hours Le Boss 521-I45. Two Locations 2332 N. College TSTW Ark. Plaz 521-7272 Aiter 6 p.m. Call Plaza Gallery at 521-7275 Must be seen to be appreciated, bedroom, 2 baths, livin^room. del family room, kitchen with separal dining area. Part of the basemen has been partitioned for apartmen with outside entrance. A good residential location for $35,500. 7-Html Eslate-For Safe 47-Real Estate-Far Sak EW 3 Bedroom homes toc-iled on cor- cr Colernan Avenue anil Calo Springs d. 1! blocks West ol South Tl Hwy.) W i l l o oiH-n Sunday nllcmoon between '2-1:00. all II.iirlsoiL Davis collect KM-1SSS. OWNKRI House jtu can afford. 112,000. (cason/ible Interest on balance. Block o post o((Ice and market. Phone 9K- -JW7, Prairle drove, OWNKIt: central ort with slomne, 3 bedroom, dm In heat, window nlr, NEW--UNUSUAL bedroom, 2 bath, Cir/CA, sundeck, eel tided 90x200 woo tied lot. Con- 'enlenl lo UtitversHy and shopping enter. Only 5^6,300, Phone 442. We Give SERVICE You Get RESULTS SO. LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH US FRONTIER REAL ESTATE 521-6700 txslroom nouso and nine acres r hunsc omi twenty-nine acres, Two rolls, |Kind, barn, fenced, CTXMsilenced. By, owner, 513-9500. Legal Nettas o f . (his notice And Bhotr caue agafngl such application, the petition shall b* takcit ji confessed Ann Hie decreo cranl- ml DMcd October 17, IS7-I Until K. noiKrls COUNTY CI.IillK Knyetlovltlo, Arknnsas NICE BIG HOME with I 1 ,-] wooded acre*, central heat and air, 5 bedrooms den, 2 f u l l baths, living, dining, breakfast room and kitchen plus l a u n d r y and storage room. Dishwasher, carpeted, big front porch plus redwood sundeck in back, out building for extra storage. Chain link fenced. Greenland school. ?27,000. By owner. Phone 521-1522. DY BUIMnil -- New 3 bedroom. 2 batli, fireplace, dlslxivnsher, nlr conditioner, .2 car garage with remote control tloor, near Asbclj School. 442rSS78. BY OWNER: Immediate possession in Sprlngdale lovely 3 yenr old, in immaculnte condition, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, garage converted to den or 4th bedroom. Large kitchen .ind dining area, huge utility room, beautifully carpeted and draped throuhjjout. central heat and nir, chain link fence, extra roomy interior. M u s t be seen to appreciate! Financial arrangements available. $23,500. Phone 751-1766. 433 ACRE STOCK FARM Â£07 per acre, 200 acres permanent ;rass with new f encing, 100 acres nore can be opened, large quan- ity of saleable timber, gorgeous milding sites overlooking Devil's Den State Park from the west, ;ood all weather- road, three bed- oom ,two- bath, rock and log IOUSG 2 good walls, 4 ponds, live stream, building rock walls galore. Contact J. F. Gabbard, 4425110 days; 521-5399 nights. 3 BEDROOMS, .9 A. (759) Near Elktns. On schl bus rte, shady lol. garden spot, newly painted, cen. heat and air, nat. gas, city water. $22,500 with drapes carpets. Will sell extra l'/ 2 acre. Listed by Hiram Brooks Call 521-8500 or 443-2625 tor appt. 1984 N. College BY .OWNER.: Must sell,Â· Immediately 2 bedroom house, large fenced 1 yard, : block from U ot A, excellent property for investors or small family. Make otter. Call 521-1779. GABBARD REAL ESTATE :q. ft. [ire- 521-B399 Nighis LEAVING TOWN? Let Lindsey and Associates help you wilh advance information on available homes in your new comm u n i t y . There's no charge or obligation tor this service. Just phone 521-6611 for free "house hunting" help anywhere in the U.S.A. o Canada.- i ,, LINDSEY AND ASSOCIATES Member -- National Relocation Association FOR SALE: Unfinished 2,000 si brick home, 2 baths, den with p lace 2 car ga ra ye, on 1 ac res, 5 miles from Fiiyelteville. Start your own business in this 30x32 building that sets next to house. Good wa- er and excellent location. Will sacrifice for $23,000, Calf 267-3440 HOUSE in Farming ton, 3 bedrooms, -VA bath, wall-to-wall cat-pel, central heal ilr, S-^,500 cquLly and assume ^% U Phone 267-MS3. S T OHUL/TZ 4 ''ealfors AYLOE 17CS N. College Property Management Specialists 521-2717 Hwy 71 and Green Acres Road FayetteviUe. Ark. NEW home lot sale at builders cost. Three bedroom, 2% bath, all brick on large lot, lireplace, double garage that's ins ulaled and paneled, many extras. Open house 1 to 5 p.m. Kunttav, 115,'i Overcrest, Fayetleville, or call RoÂ£ers, Art., 635-7974 for an appointment Call ijy 9;DO a.m. in morning or 6:00 p.m." \n evening. Will help f [nance q Iled p*arVy. We Practice the Golden Rule Fidelis, Inc. REALTOR REAL ESTATE 701 N. COLLEGE AVE. FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS Serving the People of Washington County in all their Real Estate needs Farm--^Home--Commercial--Recreation GUS OSTMEYER BROKER Office Phone: 521-7215 OPEN HOUSE 3402 Scott Street Springdale SUNDAY, OCTOBER 20th 2:00 to 5:00 New Home: 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, native stone firenlace, centra) hea and air, 2 car garage. Priced at only S28.5CX) with 7*Â£% financing! MURIEL HOWARD--521-2083 Boss Co., Inc.--521-7272 OPEN HOUSE This beautiful new home at 2811.Stanton in FayetteviUe will be open for inspection Sunday October 20 from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. It has the following features: 3 bedrooms 2 baths Fireplace Butterfield School Central Heat Central Air Brick $39,500.00 Drop by for a tour of this fine home. If it doesn't suit you we have four other new homes in the Northeast are that we would be pleased to show you. 521-o300 521-708 35 N. College "Developers of Hyland Park" AVE ON INTEREST 56) LOW 81/4% rate. 3 brirm. don i f h FP, 2 bath brick, central heat nd air carpet arid drapes, igware range, compactor. Corn- arage, many other nice features ou need to see. So, Call Jan Honon at 521-8500 or 521-fiSM for ap- omtmeiU. THREE bedroom Uouie, l* aths, lo- rxt in south Springflale. $18,500, p llj' and assume 7% Iain, payments pc r month. Phone 5SD-282S after p.m. Irish Poteen Maker talks About Brew G-AtWAY, Eire CAP) -- To make the poteen right, instructs Ireland's only seir-cou- tcssect little ole boov.e maker, "you'll want a roaring turf lire, a moonless October night and the wind anywhere but out of the north," Poteen, pronounced "potch- ycen," is illegal, 98 proof, homemade whisky, the viti du pays of the. west of Ireland -and the north, south and cast of it, too, when the constabulary is preoccupied with matters other than suspicious smoke curling up out of the hogs. "October is yer 'ocst- month," assured Martin Thornton with a knowing nod of his tweed cloth cap. "There doesn't 'be too many tourists or. fishermen about on the mountain, or people in the bogs .hunting grouse or cutting the lui'f, so they'd maybe happen on yer liding place. The north wind doesn't be fierce enough to fail lie barley and yeast with a bad 'rost. And you don't want to gel .00 close to Christmas, the way he police do be on the lookout 'or you and sniffing out every smoke.' 1 Thornton, a big, shambling man with the flattened features ot a fighter, was heavyweight champion of Ireland during the war years, losing the Empire title bout to Bruce Woodcock, who -"inherited me dream of fighting Tami Mauriello in the Garden in New York." Not much of a boxer, but "I had a good dig with either Author Says He Is Slow NEW Y O K K ' ( A P ) -- Joseph Heller atlmils he Is a slow writer. After all, it look him eight years lo finish his first hook, "Catch 22," ami 14 more to produce his second, "Something Happened." When literary critics wrote aboul one-hook novelists and writers with second novel difficulties, they always mentioned Heller -- among others -- as an example. He says that got to bo a little Irritating. "I wanted to call them up and say, 'Hey I'm working I work as rapidly as I can. But I recognized regretfully about halfway through "Calch 22" that I'm a slow writer. The fact thai (here was a large interval between hooks did not disturb me. I was absorbed in my work." Boyish and striped Uirtlencck sweater jacket despite his far are generally rev.iews of "Some- OWNER musl sell approximately acres, open. Good pasture, modern room house, large pond. Call afler G:W p.m. 361-22U. BIGHT1' acres, three bedroom, lit baths ponds, two wells, rescue pastures am woods. live mite norlli and east of Wes Phone 613-5516. BY OWNHU: Nice a tedroom house vith garage. Excellent location in Korth No Â· realtors please cast Pho Fayelteville. 751-3237. NEW 3 Tjedroom, \Vi bath, carpeted, 01 La(;e Eequoyah Road near Baldwin. Tola prlrc, $18.900. 51500 down payment, !1W monlh. Call Don Dlnglecline, 521-3163 8 6 or 442-8153 uller 6:00. Legal Notices- IN THE CIIANCEHV COURT OF WASHINGTON COUNTY, ARKANSAS NO. CH 7Â«9i DEE KING Â· hand," he clenched his fists and explained his skills. Now nearing GO, he is equally famous hereabouts for a fabled bit of testimony before Magistrate of Oughterard Vs. PLAINTIFF RGfefOG 1984 N. College GEORGE EDWARD GAMMON AND CANZADAH UDORA GAMMON, HUSBAND AND WIFE, THEIR UNKNOWN HEIRS, IEVTSEfcS, PERSONAL, REPRESENTATIVES AND/OR ASSIGNS DEFENDANTS FILING OF NOTICE OF PETITION TO QOIBT AND CONFIRM: TITLE AND WA11N1KG ORDF-R Notice is hereby given Hint tticre has _een liletl in my Olfice, as Clerk ol Uie Chancery Court of Washington County. Arkansas, the petition o r Dee King, praying for the quiellni:, confirming and vesling of Mile In him io the -following described real estate shunted tn Wnsh- tiRlon County. Arkansas, to-vviti Tha East Hall (K %) of the Southwest Quarter (SW W J of the Northwest Quarter (NW Yi") of Section 14, in Township Ifi North, nf Rnngp 2D West, containing 20 acre.? rnore or less. All persons, firms and or corporations, :iaiming any interest in said lands or any lien thereon are hereby notified anil warned to appear In the Washington ily Chnncery Cm weeks ol the dille nf the four (-1) l puhHcalii HREE-IN-ONE DEAL fo. 1-114 Home, beauty shop enlal. Lovely remodeled older jome close to shopping medial facilities. Has basement apartment rented for Â§100 monthly. One- iperator beauty shop with good lusiness also in home; equipment vill slay. You'll want to see this now! Call 321-7272 or after S Muriel Toward 521-2083. REE-IOADED 2 ACRES fo. 1023. Residential, level, all util- ties, perfect building site. Let rturiel Howard show you this. 56,000. Call 521-7272 or after hours tluriel, Howard 521-2083, Two Locations 2800 N. College NW Ark. Plaza 521-7272 After 8 p.m. Call Plaza Gallery at 521-7275 On Beaver Lake, 2 nice large Jots almost 1 acre in size with beautiful trees. City water on property. Good financing by owner. Call C, K. Bates Pothast Really Co. 4-13-4316. of this Notice and show cause, [f any 1hcy have, why the title to said land: should n it be ve stcd, confirmed, and ijiiieled in the petHioner, Dee King, forever. The defendants, George. Edward Gammon and Cnnzadah Udora Gammon. Husband and Wife, their unhnown heirs, devisees, administrators, and/or assigns, are hereby warned to appear in the Chancery Court of WdshinKlon County, Arkansas, within Ihirty (30) days anrl answer Ihe Petition To QuiPt and Confirm Title as filed. WITNESS my hand and seal on this 10 day of October, 1974 Alma Kolhneyer GHANCKHY COURT CLERK By Kathleen Harness DEPUTY CLERK iEAL ITC, 13, 20, 27, Nov. 3 IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF WASHINGTON COUNTY, ARKANSAS WARNING ORDER Cli. 71-flll Marlfn Unbert Weslphall vs. Donna Lee Weslphall, Defendant The Defendant is warned to appear in Ihis Court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff in above entitled cnuse. Witness my hand and seal of this Court t h i s 16th day of October, 1974, Alma Kollmeye: C H A N C E R Y CLERK By Becky Conlee Â§6500 Cash and f a k e your pick of either of 2 forty acre tracts iusi 3 or 4 miles southeast of Greenland. NEWLIN REALTY CO, 839-2522 or 839-2259 West Fork. Arkansas HOME LAND BY OWNER _._eluderl home and 6 acres _ _ _ Mountain Woodland ,1 miles from University, near Hwy. 62 West. Open contemporary design by architect, western cedar construction, 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, Â£creen porch stone fireplace, q u a r t e t basement, kennels. Includes drapes, couch, table, dishwasher, refrigerator stove, many builtins house and 6 acres. Call 443-2128 after 6:00. Clifden dur*,ig which a police sergeant in quest of illicit spirits quoted him as saying: "You can search anywhere but upstairs." WELL KNOWN The big man twisted the cap about his hands in the shy, awkward, guilty manner of Victor McLaglen doing the wake scone in "The Informer." "I'm well known lo be making the poteen, 'tis no secret,' h e a d m i t t e d modestly. "They've had me up a few times for making it. I had a factory in Tuam that was raided by the Garda. They busted up 5,000 pounds worth of equipment. Two ring burners. Two stills. Four drums. But the charges were dropped when they weren't able to prove il was mine or another fellow's. You know how t h e m things are." The resemblance to Victor McLaglen was more than coincidental. Director John Ford, who was born in Thornton's little village of Spiddle, hired him to do the fight scenes for the aging McLaglen against John Wayne in his classic comedy "The Quiet Man," which was filmed at nearby Ashford Castle. When the .'movie was completed Thornton provided Ihe oteen for the big cast party .hat, as he recalls, wound up wilh "Duke Wayne doing some robbing and weaving and Barry Fitzgerald having more than a brave drop. "They was all well Kill- arneyed- going back into the caslle, I can le|l you thai much." TWO DOZEN WORDS .lust as Ihe Kskirnos are said o have 19 words for snow, the Irish have at least two dozen words for intoxication, of which Killarneyed, furthered, stolious, rallalic, maggoty, blithero, cut, half-tore, paralytic and stoven 50 years, Heifer leaned back in a chair at his publisher's office and shook his mop of unruly gray-blond curls. He pronounced liimsclf' "happy as a clam" about early reviews of his now book. Critics so favorable in thing Happened," 1 perhaps in part because many of them dismissed "Catch 22" as a work of little- consequence back in 1961. Heller's novel " has become a celebrated World War II story; eight million copies have been s old around the world an d the title has become a part of ev-' cryday language. STILL GETS LETTERS "Just the other day I got a e tier from th roe or four g uy s iboard a destroyer who had ust read the hook for the first ,ime. I've heard from a lot of servicemen who identified wilh t, and I 'answer their letters, 3ul I would say the success of he book exceeded my most ex- .ravagaul daydreams/' Heller said. Heller's new hook is completely different from tales of the wartime absurdity. It tackles arid the li'fe, loves and work of Bub Slocum, middle - management executive in a New York company. Most of the action takes place inside Slocum'a head. Something has make him what ficient family but and happened to he is -- ct- afraid, loving his liis somelime-niis- , 27, NOV. 3, 10 fiiquc tellig iigence as I can telligence a reader can are among resque. the more pictu- TO: ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN D S-I EVEN "TERRY TISDALD (Father or Guardian) SHARON TISDALE ULR1CH (Mother) OF: KnfBERLY YVETTB TTSDATJ5 WARNTNO ORDRR Take notice thai on the 18th day of July, 1971 a petition was filed by Thomas Harris Tisdale in Ihe Juvenile Courl of Washington County to have a certain child named Kimhcrly Yvctte Tisdale dccfared a tfependenl child and to (aVe Irom you Ihe custody and guardianship of said child anrl lo appoint, for her some suitable person as her guardian or (o piece h e r . in some suitable institution or homo fn Ihls state for the care and guardianship of dependent and delinquent children. Now unless you ap pear within twenty days atter the daie DEMO SALE SAVE MONEY NOW ON EXECUTIVE DRIVEN CHEVROLETS : The best Buy you can make In 1974 Chevrolets are demonstrators driven by company officers and Whit sales representatives. Each car has only a few thousand miles of travel and remains under warranty. A'HIT 2403 North College Avenue / 442-4201 - Foyetteville Since the 4lh Century, when the Cells first discovered Ihe happy chemistry of barley, molasses and yeast, poteen has been a steady contributor to this linguistic glory. "It's a lot cheaper than what you buy in the shop and gels far belter results," Thornlon defended the elixir he peddles Lo favored customers at "30 hob a bottle" -- a'jniil .$3.(iO, compared with $8 for a quart ol Scotch. "A few bottles will f i n - ish a party nicely." In the "grand old days" before the Garcia Siochana, the Irish police, raided his Â· moonshine works, Thornton was bubbling profits of more than $15,000 a year through the traditional five-bend copper tubing that is known in the trade as "the worm." Thornton's main interest now is "a hit of cattle dealing," but he still puts in "a month on the mountain at a secret place," firing up the oil drums that heat Ihe barley. And he never has lost interest in boxing. Joe Frazier dropped by on his tour of Ireland, and he closely follows the training camp doings of champion George Foreman and Muhammad Ali for their fight in Zaire. Thornlon thinks that modernization ol the stills, using gas rings instead of turf fires, may be safer without the tell-tale smoke, but the resulting prod- ucl lacks the flavor of 30 or -10 years ago. "Long ago when me grand dad was at it," he sighed for diminishing standards everywhere, "they used to make it from potatoes. Not anymore. Now we only put the spud in if the barloy and yeast f a i l wilh the frost. To kind of get their kicking, the way you would start a car on a cold morning. Iress h u t . u n a b l e to express that love. Instead he worries ahbut his job -- he is about tg he pro- moled, he wauls to he promoted, but lie doesn't w a n t ' t o fire Andy Kagle, the man he will replace. And, at the end of the book something has happened. Slocum has changed, has been promoted and everyone says..he is doing well. But is he? Is .his life empty? Heller leaves the question nagging at the reader. Meticulous concentration on style and form characterize Heller's writing. He writes Â· in longhand, usually from three. to five pages a day, which he then edits, polishes and concentrates into one typewritten page. "Then I think about it all .lha lime: whal I'll wrile next oivin the future. I jot down notes .on cards I carry with me. MUCH THOUGHT put a lot of thought into :his book, into .every sentence, every paragraph. I like to tell a story not as a story, hut in various episodes. It requires, a ol of work lo change leeh- Iue. I write with as much in- in- recog- lize as having meaning," Hel- cr added, When Heller isn't writing or .hinking about writing, he .each.es creative writing at New York's City College. It is more, le says, than a substitute for working. "Ideally there are 12 students in a class.' I have lo keep reminding myself that they are very young. Those enrolled in my classes work very, very hard, although some are more gifted than others. And many of them have part-time jobs. "Even young writers have problems, periods of fatigua and writer's block. I try to explain to them that everything they read on the printed page didn't come to that author that way, quickly, the way it reads. It just isn't true," Heller said". He added that he is an accessible person. If a student wants lo meet him or interview him for a lerm paper, he takes Ihe sludent to lunch. "Bertram! Russell did that for me once. I'm not as hospitable as he was, but I think it's a good idea," Heller said. READS WIDELY He tries to read the new novelists and his contemporaries who "seem lo have sensibilities lhat harmonize my own. And he is reading almost all of Dickens. "Television, the automobile and Ihe jet airplane, along wilh night baseball and the telephone, interfere with reading and writing. One needs a lot of time and patience for Dickens. He can't be skimmed. I always set a'side an hour an evening to read ipurely for pleasure, and the past few weeks it has been 'Bleak House.' " Born in Brooklyn, N.Y., .Heller was a B25 bombardier during World War II, as was "Catch 22" character Yossa- rian. He came home from war to go to college, graduate Phi Beta Kappa from New York University and get bis piaster's degree in American literature from Columbia University. He has been married 29 years to the same woman. "We've outgrown our self-consciousness about it. We're no longer apoln- lhat we like being mar- to each other," Heller They have a daughter 22 and a son 18, and live in Manhattan. gelic ried said.