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47H»eol btato-fer Sol. 7HU«I Ufcrte For Sob |7-HUri btoto-for Sote- NEAR UofA , *olK of thtu homo ar* wnven- icntty located to Univ. and out of town ownajr* need an oficr. Quality custom eonatructlon and the prlc. l« afeout, the only thing i thU ha. (oini for II. It need* nnovatini and aome repair, but tt'i atttini an 1i acre within walk- · liw dirtanc* to UOA, hlfh ichool and l*m. Khool, and (uturn l»r«« rooma and a *ood uaum- abl« loan, immediate poaaeialon S3S.500. If you're a h*ndy-TMn and n«*d lota of home lor the money, ; you ahouM ee Ulla one. That 4 BR, 2 ha. home ha« been npthited innde and ll iVady lor lha new ownrr to move right In. 1 Central heat air and a large din. Inf area, rle war Univ. and food · neighborhood make thta worth the I money at 132,900. ; To ·** either ot the above homea or othen we have Iteted, call Pauline McKlnney at S21-1300 or nltei ·n-tsw. BY OWNER OAK MANOR ADDITION xtrm nltt Kane* HouM, 1 larf* bt*- recent, 3 bath* -- Vric* -- BMIYT extrai, acre Hoo4 -- Pho BARER ASSOCIATES REALTORS 1418 N. College 521-1300 HOMESTEAD HOMES BRICK BEAUTY V on 3 bdr. brick. 2 bath, den. double garage. Cencet yard, curtain* drape* ttay -- al the delux features for ?23,MO. HIDE-AWAY HOME 7 bdr. home, 5 acres, nice tree* J13.500.00. YOU ASKED FOR IT 5 «cre on. Round Mountain. Nice lecluded area for your hideaway home. Only $5.900,00. Owner ft nance. NEW LISTING 3 bdr. bungalow, 3 lota if want to grow. Cloce to everything BUILDING IOT South Fayettevine, large lot wi] accommodate your home. W.3QCMX 2 FOR 1 Country life [n city llmita. «', acrc0 with small home. Separat Zirafe and bam. HARMON 3 bdr, dishwasher, range, atr con . d It loner, natural £a* ( aprlng fe-r we]], store, shop building and gas , pumps. CLOSE IN 1 21 acres on blacktop, nil c-'leai aluminum bids*., close In and rend; to go. Owner wtll finance. ', HOMESTEAD REALTY PhOM 751-7909 Fr«*«r Stephen* 521-213 Ramona Mobley 751-193 Helen Harvey 756-632 CoL Art McAnameT 521-155 . Bob Blackston 442-5OT J. O. Roggard 751-211 FAMILY home, Frva nedroonu, 1 bathroom*, IMnrroom, dlnlnaroom, chen. warii room. On lam lot. MO.DOO. Call 443-ZaO. mOE three bmlrootn houie with halhs, centrnl hrat-Mlr, carpeted, doub ·v rage, utility room fenced bade yar with nice garden, *2S£00. 7^% loan wit. paj-meati of R5B. 3f3 Valley Drive. S V.A. SPECIAL Acre farm, fenced ct enced, Ponds, barns outskie buiW- ng. Two house*; a ne wbrick 3 BR, central A/H. On« an old rent houH. 145,000. ill for aman farms, residential property and small acreage*. BIG RED Real Estate 521-4422 Sunday* 443-4174 ro« ·*[*: Jrtrt air wd oMwtir Bvtac 23 mil** rrara FftxrtttvUb w «M4 P«*» ro*d mr Window, f *cr«« wooM tend. mobilt home, pfenty at wtler with u*w iufcmtrakbiC pump, U4 v*tttn, canton wot u« nwrt r«r only t7.0M..PteM C34-M34 or f*tm. '· BY OWNER: 1 acr* Pr»lri« Grove. U acre in fmrden with rupbtrrlM. blackbtr- ri«t A ·trtwtwirlea. chicken houtt, ·torm ccllir. t room houM, new Interior paint, attached gungt, 11A.M.) with Unm, Pbon* U3-U50. IMMACULATE 1 BR, t l ,i bath, carpeted, antique nrlck home on large lot. Central icat, fire-place, BuUt-ln oven and ·ange waxher and dryer connec- ions, Good garden spot. Separate to rage building, on HunttvlUe Road, West ol EMts*t e Shopping ter. For appointment. CALL 3 NEW HOMES IN STRAWBERRY HILLS Ooa ol . Thtio bontat hav* all tfaa astro*: Ftor mora Infonnatioo, call OonttroctiOQ Co. Phone 3*7-3358 an«r :M, onlnct or lot bonn S:00 !» 5:00 duriftf 1to (fay. HEENEY Hwy 16 Eosf 442-9236 PRESTIGEOUS i Bedroom ENGLTS HTITDOR., Vo- cated on beautiful Inwood IJane. -arKe formal living room, family room with fireplace, rvlce ned, 2 full bat ha 2 half baths. Cool breezeway. 1.2 acres corner lot. 2680 »q. 't. of elegant liv/ng. Shown by appointment. IJNIISEY 3535 N. College 52: "Developers of Hyland Park" TWO bedroom house. 1% bath In Pnirit Grove, Near downtown, quiet neighborhood. P*ton* MfrMBB. hat floodlit* in Ihete af«u la a potential use of destruction of llf* and property, itrtbulaa to the tpread of dUaalcr.r* Ml dlioaus, and coostllutoi a hind- K» to UM ocmomlc Javatemaoul of these aroai and endaajvra she feetath. ty and w*Bir»' of UM Mataaata or i City. SQJ . INTCNT. Wborou huunnn Ui Fodaral rolnaunnco or other ederal aisljtaoo la avallaHa lo thota «lea tavlnf adopt*! adoqoau land ind control moaxurea oonsbteat with ederal criteria. It mall .00 the Intent UH CIQr ot rmlteTtllo\to_ad "Ma«tt.7ar.TOwl»|.V i haianh and kims to th» extent fusible ana to dJ«cour- BCB the development of land ty Impnvc- ent» which are exposed to flood darns*, vulrfe' the dfrv*lot*wrrt of proposed HOUSE TO MOVE, Or Take Down. We u* taking aealed bidi on the house *t 200 5. College till July IS 74. P.O Box L1S2. rayvtttvlU* Arkan*a» T2TOL. NEW HOMES Have two. One la complete except carpets and yard work. Both are 3 bedroom | . baths, carpetec , throughout. Fireplace*, 2 oar ga rages central heat and air if desired. One i* stone and frame other Is brick and frame. Nothing down to veteran* or can arrange finsnclnff with very . imall down to people with iteady employment Phone 839-2879, McBroom Conitruc tion C used by Hood and otherwise Improve ronK-rsT.ce nwnarement In, and use of, »s lylnn within the tlood plain, 2903 · SCOPB. These regulations «ball ·ply lo all Misting and proposed con- ruction and all flUinc and e*oi**tlin intfons lyJnjt within and below lh« Reeled :c»-xw fre^ueocy flood plain nation. MM _ DETZRMTNATTON OF FLOOD ELXVtVnONS. AIL f l o o d efcv*tionfl bereitt _abaU .be baaed..00 hydrocraphjc*] . toJorm*Uon .; made vaHable by ih* UnHM'StatM Cttrw ot Endneers at the. time of.' any development tin, 2903 - NEW CONSTRUCTION AND DDITIONS. New construction or ad UOM lr residential and non-rasldeatlal I including prefabricated and rtoblle bomes within (he ortt of special ood hazards shall: (*) Hav* the towe«t floor rMMTnenO elevated to or above the Eavel of the 100-year flood. Doled up to 1 PRAIRIE GROVE Tnre« bedroom brick, fireplace, carpeting, centre! heat and air, two unusual b«thf. dote to school, upper aCTi, call Carl' Reeves, builder -443-2773 or ie« on Anffua Drive. 90 ACRES EXCLUSIVE more or less. Approx. 15 op«n -- 2 pond* -e x. new well. Well built 2 or 3 Bdr home, newer home (need* .come finiahing) -- firepltc* -- ]oU of cupborda -- l^j baths -CH CA. Priced below $40,000 -West Fork School near Striclder. 40 ACRES approx 3 A. cleared for home -good water area. Off Cove Creek Road on good county road -- P.C. School. Only 112,750 with Krne terms, Reduced down payment to ¥1900 and will carry balance. Spring water in area. Ideal homesHe or t r a i l e r spot -- mEdit tree* {approx 400x400) on good county road -- 5 mites WMt. Total $6600. THE OSBURN BROKERS HWY «2 WEST Phone 443-4460 SO Acre*, 2',V mil** EUtins county road. 50 acre* cleared, _ _ ,, spring, pond and Va mll« creek crostfenced. $39,500. 78 Acre-, 5 mile* of El kins. 30 acres cleared, pond Vi mile creek ~ b#droom house, barn, outbuild gs and «ood wedl. $33,900. Both of the above arc joined am can be bought aa one. 148,900 wit! tertna by owner. 0 ACT** off Hwy 112. 4 bedrooms den,' Z bath*, big livingroom wit. sunken rock fireplace fenced fa den. ham, 435' deep well. Hoi* ' year oli. $64,700. 20 Wooded acres off Hwy 112, mile* from UofA. Excellent bulk ing »it«. 121,500. Phone 531-6311 Owner. Gregory Dower* TWO bedroom house, two block* from UofA. campur «E Fri too, lot 50x236, J6000. Phon« 442«6fl or 443-3757. BY OWNER: Batterfield. 4 bedrooms, baibs. b*un cathedral fanllyTOam-fii place, 2.1ES iquart feel. 521-2014 en* . near aobotf 3 tedioom*, Itt batte. brick. L*r«* lo c*ntral air and h*»t- AndB Drtra, Pra rlc Grov*. 8tt-20Z3. EVERYBODY r*ada tb» TIME! WAH7 Mia ron arai BY Owner, Hire* bedroom, fipep!*c*, ci port aurt garden, on 2^ lQ t s , city utl (if!, above West Fork, 58,000. 839-29 Legal Notices WOMAN'S WOULD 778 He's a pet pillow, decorativ addition to child's room. This exuberant frog is prince of a hassock! In gas ' patchwork print or scraps, he'_ , fun for tots lo hug and bounce on. Pattern 778: pattern pieces easy directions. - 75 CENTS each pattern -- ad 25 cents each pattern for first - class mail and special hand ' ling. Send to Laura Wheeler 1 Northwest Arkansas TIMES - 450, Needlecraft Dept.. Box 161 Old Chelsea Station, New York N.Y. 10011. Print Pattern Num her, Name. Address, Zip. NEW! 1974 Needlecraft Catalo,, covers the creative scene -knit, crochet, fashions, em broidery, quilts, more! 75 cent NEW! Sew plus Knit Book ha basic tissue pattern $1-2 NEW! Needlepoint Book ..$1. NEW! Flower Crochet ..-.$1.0 Hairpin Crochet Book .. ..Jl.OC Instant Crochet Book $1.0 Instant Money Book .... $1.0 Instant Macratne Book .. *1.0( Complete Gift Book tl.Ot Complete Afghans No. 14 .-$1.00 12 Prize Afghans No. 12 50 cent Book of 10 Quilts No. 1 50 cent;, Museum Quilt Book No. 2 .. 56 cents 15 QuilU for Today No. 1 ... Book of It Jiffy Hug* 50 cents A Convenient Sewing and hopping Quid* far Today's Gal on the Go. WARNING OtlDEB No. 74-478 In tha Chancery Court of Washlngto County, Arkaosaa James E. Preston PlatalLrr Vs. ' Linda Kay Preston, Defendant Ttie Defendant [s warned to aopa in tlits Court w]th[n thirty days ai Answer the comptaLnt ol Lbe Plaint in the abow ealLUed cause. WitneM my band and jea] of Court Uijs 5th day or June, 1CT4. Alma Kollmeyer, CMnceiT Cle By Kathleen Harness. D. (seal) ·lie 8. IS, a. » ORDINANCE NO. 2Q1B AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHA THR 6, ARTICLE 3, DIVISION 3 THE CTPT OODB OF ORDINANCE KNOWN AS AMENDMENTS. ADDITION AND DELETIONS TO THR BUTLD1N OODE OF THE CTTY OF FATUTTF *E, AHKANaAS. PROVIDING PO THE ADOPTION AWD ENTORCEMEN liANT) USB MEA3URE3 W1HCI WILL HELP PREVENT AND ALLR ATH FLOOD HAZARDS AND LOSSES FLOOD PLAIN AREAS OF THE CTTY AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOAR OF DIRECTORS OF THE CITY FATETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS: Section 1. Chapter «, Article 3. Dlvlsfo 3, of tba Fayetlavllle Code of Ordlnanc |U«al rwd a* Mlowi: Cti*e**r X X I X A* CHAEXER XXIX ^^ ' IN FUX)D PTAIH- m . oEafduu » i» henW lAuM i rt»dare4 tnM.U»v« are cwrtain area* the Olir * FaywttevlU* wbkfc hav* nrf- City ej»ee cteR he M eetaWlrtted la 114 e* *» BuJdiM code ot i of Fayvttevtne. PASSEP AMD AmtOVCD THIS 4 1«T4. APPROVED: RUSSELL T. PtlHDY MAYOR ATTTKT: 8»al) DARLENE WCSTBROOK CITY CLEKK lie » NorthwMt ArVorwot TIMES, Sot., Juno 29, 1974 . AUKAHt*« IT House Sets Date Of Aug. 23 For intent Vote , nstructlon away itened, away aulat from locations Lhua la rtxturinc (c Be destined (or modified) and ichored to prevent flotation, collapse, r lateral movement of the structure. (d) Use* construcUnn nularials and tilily eoularaent tt»t an reetctamt to ood damage, and : " " · ^ . (e) Use coostroction raethoda and racUcei tb»t will mblmln Hood ce. E XCEPTING: Noo-reildeetiak «tmo- ures lo«elb«T w,tt\ attendant aUitty and sanitary McilULes may be floor proofed up lo the level of tfce 100-year Hood n lieu of compliance with requirement -»5 Ca). 2906 _ REPAIRS OR ALTERATIONS. .epetrs or alterations, ai defined li eclkm 101,4 ol this Chapter to nsiden- al and non-residential structures shall: (a) Use construction materials and utility equipment thai are resistant to ood damage; ") Ute construction method! and radices that will mtnlmlte Flood 2907 - WATER SUPPLY SYSTEMS UNO SANITARY SEWAGE SYSTEMS. New or replacement water supply *'»· ems and-or sanitary sewage systems shall be designed to minimize or «!iml- ,!e Infiltration or Hood waters into the ysterns and dlscharnes from the systems Tito flood waters, and require on site ·aste disposal systems to be located i as lo avoid Impairment of them or nntamlnatlon from them during flooding- 2908 - SUBDIVISIONS AND OTHER »ROPOOTn NEW DEVHUPMENT». All ubdlvlsion proposals and other proposed aw developments ahail b» iwlied ' isure that: (a) Alt such proposal* are cooaitent with tite need to minimise flood damage; (b) All public utilities and tacililtei such as Miver, gas, electrical, and water ystems are loc ated. elevated atxl COTS tructed to mlajmlie or eliminate flood damage; (c) Adequate drainage is provided so is to reduce exposure lo flood hazards (d) All lubdivlsloa plat approvals shall « consistent with the provisions ol SECTION 3909 as set forth herein. 2909 - LAND USE. No land use, :)udfng landfill or ezcavaUoo. may be permitted within the flood plain area WASHINGTON (AP) - The House Judiciary Committee 1 set a tentative target date of no later than Aug. 23 for a House vote on impeachment, if the committee returns an impeachment resolution, according Rep. Bill Alexander, D-Ark. Alexander, the Democratic whip lor Arkansas, Tennessee a jTd;.7 ".Kentucky, said the Judiciary Committee reported its current impeachment timetable to a meeting of majority whips here Thursday. The schedule is as follows -July 1Z, complete examination .of witnesses', week of July IS. '·*"] complete committee debate. iy July 23, committee vote on question of impeachment. .Alexander said that assuming an impeachment resolution is voted out, 10 days will be allowed for writing a report. He said the committee chairman wijl go before the rules committee beginning the w e e k of Aug. 5. Two weeks will be scheduled for debate in the House, he said, a n d ' t h e House will vote on the question of impeachment no later than Aug. 23. Million Dollar Judgment Slate Revenue Up 11 Per Cent The Texas Supreme Court-up? ., WlUlms after a Jury had held a slate district judge's : awarded her $1.5 million. Wll- awarding ot $1 million in liams, 52, a tormer Houston damages to Klnora Spriggs school teacher had won a lav* suit against General Motors Corp. In 1972. (AP Wirephoto) To Check Hazardous Ingredients HEW Chief Wants To Police Cigarette Safety WASHINGTON (AP) -- Ten years after the surgeon general's famous report on smoking, the secretary of health, education and welfare has for the first time requested authority to regulate the safety of cigarettes. Caspar W. Weinberger asked Congress on Friday to "consider legislation providing this department or some ether appropriate agency with the authority to set maximum permissible levels of hazardous ingredients n cigarees." Weinberger became the first HEW secretary to seek such authority, although lower HEW of legislation banning cigarettes high in tar. nicotine and carbon monoxide. Weinberger said the 1974 report to Congress. "The Health Consequences of Smoking," confirms findings of the surgeon general's report 10 years ago that "cis"'-"' ~ ''ing is a serious health hazard.TM The latest rcuui.. -..j eighth such report by the government, estimated that lung cancer killed year, 72,000 chronic Americans obstructive last pulmonary disease 25,000 and coronary heart disease 600,000. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission reluctantly voted last month to turn ban on 27 brands of high-tar :igarettes. The commission said it lacked legal authority and jurisdiction over cigarettes, a fact noted earlier by the Genera] Accounting Office, bn arm of Congress. The Tobacco Institute Inc.. a trade organization representing cigarette manufacturers, gyva guarded praise for the inclusion of studies seeming to refute tha report's conclusions but criticized the U.S. Clearinghouse Tor Smoking and Health, the HEW agency which drafted it. Horace R. Kornegay, the institute's president, said the clearinghouse's mission "is to propagandize against lobaccc." laving special flood hazards applicant Cor the land use ha U\« demon* strated that tha propoMd UM, when combined with all other existing sod antid paled UIM, will oot incnaae th water surface ele-reton or the UkV^ear flood more than ona foot at any point. 2910 - NEIGHBORING FLOOD PLAIN MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS. Consideration of applications for building, repair, or use permits aball take into account Hood plain management programs, if any, already In effect ID neighboring -PRECEDENCE OF FLOOD PLAIN REGULATIONS, Within the flood plain area having special flood hazards, the laws and ordin and control :es concerning land LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- The state Finance and Administration Department said Friday the state's general revenue for the 1974 fiscal year was up 19 per cent from the previous fiscal year. Special revenue increased by 11 per cent, the department said. Genera] revenues totaled $444.1 million and special revenues amounted to $152.2 million. Income -tax collections increased by 29 per cent, to $179.2 million. State income tax withheld on a quarterly basis from individual paychecks was up 24.1 per cent to $79 million. Estimated-individual tax payments were up m o r e - t h a n $6.2 million. That's an increase of almost 48 per cent over the H9.4 million from the previous fiscal year. Sales tax receipts were up 14 per cent for a total J170.7 mil- 'ion. Use taxes totaled $21 mil- designed to reduce flood losses shall lake precedence over any conflicting law, ance aboil tM in full ton* and effect thlrty.ona flayi from and after pu*ag« and publication of thfi ordinance Ln acconlancc witto law; and no ordln- B or resolution shall be deemed repealed hereby except to the extent ot any conflict herewith. section 4. PBNAUTIES. TJw penalty for violation of any provisions of toll or" lion, cent. OPEN HOUSE 10 A.M. to 5 P.M. SATURDAY, JUNE 29 Hwy. 45 East, approximately 2'A mil»» from Junction of Hwy. 265 and 45. Watch for signs. New three bedroom stucco and brick with V/i baths, living room with fireplace, formal dining, large kitchen with dishwasher, garbage and built-in range. All carpeted, central heat and central air, large utility room. On approximately % acre. Priced at $29,500. SUBURBAN REAL ESTATE REALTOft Pam Brown Broker Her. Sherwood 443-2050 Hwy. U E. M2-8CT7 OUR NEW HOME Phone 442-2161 -- 521-7481 an increase of 15.5 per General revenues other than sales, use and income taxes were up 10 per cent to a total of $73.3- million. New Weslville Plant To Open WESTVILLE, Okla. - Open house ceremonies for Baldor Electric Company's new plant here were scheduled for 1:30 p.m. today. Ben Langdon, director of the Oklahoma Industrial Division, was scheduled to be the principal speaker, representing Gov. David Hal] of Oklahoma. Fractional horsepower Tnotors will be produced in the 50.000 square foot building located on 30 acres in the Westville Industrial Park. Training for the ini- lial work force of 35 was provided in the Area Vocational-Technical School in Stilwell. To- lal employment should reach 100 at the end of the first year's operation. Baldor received assistance from Bureau of Indian Affairs officials in Muskogee and Cherokee Tribal representatives in establishing the plcnt. Job opportunities will be provided many -Indian workers in the Westville area. Open house activities will last Mini Cop Mat Jankson. 2-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jackson of Muncie. Ind., issues a speeding ticket lo young Mary Klopfenstein. Mall's uniform is a replica of Ms father's who Is an officer wilh the Ball State campus police. Mini Cop Matt cited Mary for going 4 m.p.h. in a 3 m.p.h. zone. (AP Wirephoto) Sew the NOW look swiftly -easy-fitting T top plus whirly *-gore skirt. Stripe up a lively match in your favorite, harmonizing colors. Printed Pattern 4V13: Misses' Sizes 8 10. 12, 14, 16, 18. Size 12 (bust 34) top T4 yd, 60-inch: skirt IK. Send tl.OO 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, ADDRESS, ZIP, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. DOUBLE BONUS! Choose one pattern free in New SPRING- SUMMER Pattern Catalog. Get one free pattern printed inside. 100 beautiful fashions, all aizes. Send 75 cents now. New! Sew plus Knit Book -has basic tissue pattern ..·S1.25 Instant Sewing Book SI.00 Instant Fashion Book $1.00 until 4:30 invited. p.m. The public is Auto Insurance Firms Predict Rise in Rates HARTFORD. Conn. (AP) - ( i n f l a t i o n . There is no Automobile insurance rates,'circumvent headed downward the past four [spokesman this," said a for the Insurance years, will bc»in lo rise sorn!Services Office in New York, because of inflation and a new .which provides 1,300 companies upswing in accident rales, ac- -: "- -·-·:-' = -- -- __.,,.. -_,r cording lo industry spokesmen. "The trend at this point is with statistics on rates and claims. Spokesman for f i v e of thn na- that rates will go up because of|{i o n - s largest insurers said ns 'ing medical bills and auto ic [iair ens Is are forcing com OPEN HOUSE : 20B5 WINWOOD DR: SATURDAY SUNDAY AFT. 1:00 to 6:00 p.m. Where LJ Winwood Drive? EMt of Highway 45 pajit Root Eelemenlary cidcnt claim. And they savt rno-; s i a U ! s h a v o enacted torists now arc having more ac- alrto .accidcnl cases out of the cidents since the gasoline short- a R e or l a s t winter eased · D u r i n g the early months of| 1971. the fmiucncy of acci;!cnl5! Strout Roolty Foy»tt«vill« Sale* T«am at Trwir New Location -- Highway 71 South, Across from ttw Airport Salei Pvnonnoli Vwnon Meyer, Mly Martin, Jowel Reddell, Ronny Morris. Seated: Dorrel Smith, Broker. STROUT REALTY Box 1541 - FAYETTEVILU, ARK. - Phone 442-2161 ·!. but not »o lit past that It Un't Norh jua pu he Speedway Family Center. Notice the c Our featured home haa 3 Bl, kit. with all built-lna, Inch LARUE family rm. w^th FP. Come priced b«low replacement at thin w a l k i n g distance, t u r n lK.-forc you come to Dillons ' day a wee kshopping. rial dining adn living rooms, ·aide refrlg-. a n d E X T R A this lovely tri-level that Li BAKER ASSOCIATES REALTORS 1618 N. College [B REALTOR 521-1300 recorded a 3A per cent droi) in auto i n s u r a n c e rates. Spokesman for the Hartford I n s u r a n c e Group and Aetna Life and Casualty said '.he lower premiums were the result of competition between com- parucs. fednral controls, rate cuts ordered by some state in. snrancc commissioners and C?, n .'5: s !?-R! y ?).°, r( ;J_ 0 : 5. a : c !'. i !?"i"no-faii[t" laws more lhan 20 to tako courts. N o f a u l t systems vary among states, but generally enabla an ... . . . . . accident victim lo he corn- I r o p p c d substantially. a pcnsnled by his own insurance spokesman for the Travelers c o m p i l r l y r a t h e r th'in have to Insurance Cos. said. 'But oilier, |lrovc ; n c m l r t th . |t so , n( , orio costs, hospital and repair work clse causc ] i ne accicient. Many were going tip. U was a sianci- . . . . off. "Now the gasoline is more available and the accident [re- A spo t;csmar: for State Farm qitcncy is not so low. a n r l trie insurance Cos. in Bloomington other costs are still rising. H L _ sai( , no r a l c increases wets' "These facts show t h a t w e ' r e , b e i n g sought now but in the virtually going to have to raiseilong run State Farm expects rales, but it's loo early to tell "tough times" if accident frequencies rise and inflation continues, lie said the company has indications that surriTner travel may be causing an up- states mandated rate reductions to reflect administrative savings under n o f a u l t . , how much." None of the companies would estimate the amount of increase. ,According to.the federal Consumer Price Index (CPI). 1971 hospital rates have risen 15 per cent, medical costs 10 swing in the accident rate. Allstate, the largest auto surer, said it ' study by the waiting for National Associ- pcr cent, doctors' (ees 9 pcrlatio.n of Insurance Commission cent and nuto repair and crs on the energy crisis, and maintenance 14 per cent. Dur- rates before deciding on an in- ing the same oe»od. the CPI'crease.

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