Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 16, 1972 · Page 14
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· Norfhw.il ArkanMt TIMM, W«l., Au0. 16, 1972 i, ARKANSAS THE WEATHER Elsewhere uiniiniintiiiiiiiiiHiniiiiiininniiiiniiiiininiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii By TUG ASSOCIATED PRESS High Low I'r. Albany, cldy 73 41 Albu'nue, clear 90: 04 AmnrtJIo, clear 88 63 Anchorage, rain 66 M Asheville, drzl 86 .6.7. Atlanta, clear 86 70 ,30 Birmingham, clear 91 69 ·· Bismarck, cldy 100, 69 .. Boise, oldy , 84 53 Boston, clear . 70 56 - ., Buffalo, clear 71 50 .; Charleston, cldy , 91 ,,76- .'. Charlotte, cldy, 92 66 ,32 Chicago, clear 79 64 .. Cincinnati, clear ' 83 61 .. Cleveland, clear 74.53 .. Denver, clear 90 58 ,02 Des Moines, clear 90 .72 .. Detroit,' cldy 74 51 .. Duluth, cldy ' 68 59 1.59 Fort Worth, cldy 94 71 .. Green Bay, cldy 77 62 .. Helena, clear 71 52 .01 Honolulu, cldy 90 77 Houston, cldy 00 71 .. Ina'apolis, clear 77:-58 ,. Jacks'ville, .clear 88 69 .. Little Rock, clear 92 67 .. L.OS Angeles, clear 82 64 .. Louisville, clear 87 68 .. Weather Forecast Hpt:; weather Is expected (o continue through topight in the centra! states. Cooler temperatures are predicted along Ihe Pacific coast and in Ihe Northeast. Rain or showers are forecast for the Pacific Northwest, the North Central Rocky Mountain area, t h e Gulf Coast states and in the Great Lakes. Arkansas'/according to the map, should remain hot and dry. (AP. Wirephoto) Acres For Homes Is Developed * A new housing development ··^of 1;000 acres five nvles west ;of the Fayetteville city limits ·Jis'm full swing, with one house y»underway and ,10 to be started *» with in the next three weeks. '» Called Wedinglon Woods, the ·idevelopment by Wedington ^ Woods Co., · is under the "(direction ot Beacon Realty in fRogers, of which Charles Banks Sis president and'Keith''Dowell, ;-vice president -and' recretary- '·Jtreasurer. Business interests in v ? N o r t h w e s t Arkansas com- |mumties and in Little Rock are flaking part. Five miles of hard- JJsurfaced roads h^ve been ,fcompleted, and the Harmon JroacJ from Highway 16 north to ;the property is being widened ; an'd Will be hard- surfaced. 'J About 300 lots, averaging two · a n d one-half acres in size, are being offered, with more than 80 already sold. No outside the area ad yertismg is being "done or is planned. Banks says, people are always saying they "want a little place ' outside town, and we figure "there is a need locally for 300 tracts." The lots are intended i for privacy, with trees cut only where it is necessary for building. There will be -no "common ground" which would necessitate a home owners, association in the future, and n o lakes or ponds or recreational community centers are included in the plans. All the land will be owned by individual buyers. AIRSTRIP AVAILABLE A 3,500-foot sod airstrip runs along in the west center of the land, which was purchased from Lyle James and Dick Lester. "It is the old Henry Walker place", Banks points out,-"the site of a former cannery," Engineering has been 'com pleted on 6M acres...Wheeler or Savoy are the nearest co miinities. Owners.'will have ·- their own wells and septic tanks, but Banks says he anticipates getting water to the area through a rural" water district in the future. The 0 z a r k s Electric Cooperative Corporation has run lines into the development area and will supply the electric ·power. RESTRICTIONS SET There : - are three sets of restrictions: Iri Unit 1, a minimum cost GORDON'S J E W E L E R S V T I . »/;/ ror hi; Grades in Love. o PRO D. A, 3diamqndsin14K80ld modernistic;swirl design. . $39,75 B, 1 diamond In 14K sold .. $19,95 C, 1 diamond in heart motif . $19.95 D, 1 diamond,highly mountid $25.00 E, 1 diamond tn radiant 14K gold open-work heart design $27.50 F, 1 diamond In brilliant 14K gold stsrburst design ... $29.95 G, 1 diamond beautifully set in 14Kflold hsart motif . . . $39.95 CHARGf IT even if you've never had credit be fore! GORDON'S nORTIIUJEST flRKnn$ns Pinzn of $14,000 in structure has been set. In Unit 2, a 800 square foot minimum has been established for mobile homes. In Unit 3, a 1,600 foot minimum .heated area-' for homes is in force. There are:75-lots in Unit 1, 64 in Unit 2,'and a 75-acre tract in Unit 3. The area set aside for mobile homes of at least 10 by 40 feet in 'size is "secluded", ?and contains about 175 acres. Smaller homes may be'built in this section if : desired; · Regulations say that- no automobile may be' left in the area unoperated fop.more:than 30 days; fences which are [buill across the front of: property must be of residentialrnature; ponies or animals of a ' 4-H nature (such as a. calf) may be kept.'on the property; there will be no poultry or swine,'and no commercial cattle venture!' Banks says : any. real estate dealer in .Northwest .Arkansas is invited to sell lots in the area. Beacon Realty has offices - i n Springdale, Rogers and Bentonville, and ; a c c o r d i.n g to Banks, "we fe'alry 'just'ihink'of this part of.the state as 'Northwest .Arkarjsas' rather .than as separate; communities." He :is a native of Springdale,: a former resident of Fayettcville, and now resides in Rogers. $380 Million In Illegal Medicare Claims Charged WASHINGTON (AP) -- Hep. Los Aspln, D-Wis., says the federal gatfqrnmont may hnvo paid |380 million In Illegal Medicare claims, including charges for television «ets «ncf' ru'lvnlo nurses, Aspln Tuosdny cllotl n i recent Government,* Axmwlli\gv6[t|co sui'vey ; o.f ncnrly M .hospllnls'ln five slhlos' which ho " shld showed "'noiu'ly $500,000 hnd boon 'Illegally chnrgcd to Medl- caro out of » toUl $21) million paid In Modlcnvo clntnis." , i "Federal'' fluids Imvo boon used to pay tor prlvato-duly nurses, TV seU; nncl l telephone service for Mcdlcuro; patients-all Illegal under federal, law," ha mild tn « "These ovorrmyments are llio tmiK ot Iho DopavlmciU of lleiillh, Education nnd Wcltui-o nncT 1U contractors such n» nilio Cross--nol llio lioapllnls Ihoni solves. " K : ( B W and Blue Cross-administer tho wholo Medicare program as Indicated by the H t i m p t o G A O , renort, then llio federal government has tict-n gypped out ot approximately |3BO million." · ' · - , Tho reason for tho over- charges, h» 'lidded, li "w vanlve inlsmannRomoril, administrative procedure.! nnd. Incomplete- Audits i by (IE\V twd private Insurnncb^ cpmpnnlos auch aa Blue Cross," Aspln urged HEW Secretary Elliot Rlchnrdson ;fa /'lighten up nnd .simplify tho regulation's so that the proper benefits nia piihi to the needy and Hint hos- pjtrds are nol Inadvertently ovorcompensaled for their aerv- Ices," . ' .'· YOU WHO ~ ""IDA ATBOWENS LAST NIGHT Bowen's Restaurant at trie Northwest Arkansas Plaza in Fayetteville and the Hojiday Inn in Springdale , POLYESTER DOUBLE KMT at these Unbelievable Low Prices.., Special purchase to slai* your fall season... panlsults in new fall colors and styling ' Styles: Casual or dressy.., · sleeveless, short or long sleeves · slipovers, button, zipper fronts, Colors: Now for fall. Solids, two-tones and multi-colors. Ease of Care:ioo% polyester double knit fabric-thai machine washes, tumble or drip dries. Sizes: Misses stole SHOP SEARS 9iOO a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Dally SEARS Hlway 71' North bolvy'aen Fayettovlllo and Springdale SHOP AT B8AH8 AND SAVB Ssiu/^ilon Ow»»i«j ., y«, MoM j, flx ,

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