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47--Real Ertate--For Sal* WHAT'S NEW FOR TOMORROW YOU'Ll FINO AT STAGECOACH TODAY! It you're looking for the Ultra Contemporary homo of tomorrow- Let u* show you ours today. 2 new beauties. Wlnwood Dr. 4 bedroom 2 bath -mid Â«'Â«. Quality and all the extras included. Stagecoach Dr. 3-4 bedroom 214 bath -- Quite different A Frame -. must aee to appreciate. You can even play goU on the AslroturJ Deck! Low 40'Â«. Call one of our 3 uglified sales representatives to- ay. You'll like the difference. ACREAGE YOU WANT UMI WE'VE GOT UMI ANY SIZE, CALL TODAY1 1. BIG ACRE + 2 bedroom home, rock trim. Just north of Town. Fireplace, paved road, Â»18,500. Bar- fa irm don t last -- call now. 811 ACHES Old Wire Rd. -- 3 Bedroom, Brick -- all bullUns -fireplace -- barn -- 2 wells. TermÂ«. 10 ACRES + New 4 bedroom home Northwest of Mt. Comfort Rd. Luxury living In this Country estate. 70 ACRES -- Old house on prop- Â«rty 3 springs. Southeast of town $22.000! Great Investment at this price. 312 ACHES -- in grass approximately Ift miles frum town. Cattlemen take notel Terms with own- Â·r. Call: BUI Graue Bill Keeton I.:axinÂ» Smith Mildred Graue- Mary Ann Rhodes Palt Carmichael 442-4241 521-1431 442-229! 442-4241 521-5261 413-411' By Owner on Stagecoach Dr, (n ButttrfltM area, 3 bedroom, : bmth, living- room, formal dining area, den with fireplace centra hint and air. carpeted throughout Call 521-6358, Two Locations 2*00 N. College NW Ark. Pliz. 521-7272 Alter O p.m. Call Plaza Gallery at 521-7275 YOU'LL BE SURPRISED No. 750 when you see the beauUfu remodeling job that's been don on this older home. Three rooms give the space you need an thÂ« central heat and air provide th comfort your famlly requires, a for the price of $13,500. Call 521 7273 Lee Ward, WHAT A VIEW! No. 979. That's right! This lovel house IB In West Fork, but you ca Â»eÂ« the Unlvoraity from the insk of thU 3 bedroom, ail-electric home with fireplace, or from th Â·undeck. Best of all is the prlc 132.795. Call 521-7272 or after houi FoJy Bell 751-7952. BY OWNER -- two lanre adjolnlnjr lo 1 4 ml]* from Beaver !*lte. Phone 751 7-Redl Es1at*-For Sale BEDROOMS FA-237 beautiful 2 story home, 2 bathz, irge kitchen, formal dining room, xtra large living; room. 4 acres f land. barn, this U a real nice ome. Call us for showing. XTRA CLEAN SC1010 very nice 2 bedroom brick Â·ame home large kitchen with lenty .of cabinets, all carpeted, arage ha* been converted Into amlly room, could be used aj a rd bedroom. PRICE J19.200.00. ERE'S A SHARPIE SC-1017 real clean 2 bedroom home, arpeta In living room hallway. ' of wallpaper, new aluminum 12, storm windows fenced back ard. Thtj home Is priced well ( orlh the money. Price only $14,50.00 7 % transferable lo an. MMEDIATE OSSESSION SC-1006 V very attractive 3 bedroom home, ully carpeted, large family room vlth fireplace, large bedrooms. I aths, a real neat kitchen and ining area, central air, A good uy for $27,000.00. ELMDALE Â·HOPPING CENTER SC-997 .L very nice 3 bedroom brick home ormal living room, large family com, nice big kitchen. 2 baths .ice carpetfi. utility room largi Â·overed patio, fenced backyard lere's a nice one for only $25,500.00 DEAL RETIREMENT HOME SC-1021 A very nice 3 bedroom home, baths central air condition, a very nice kitchen with bu'IMns carpor with utility, fenced Dockyard, lots if nice trees t shrubs, if you *ant something neat and clean better see this one. Price 517,500.00 Â·,i% transferable loan, SCHOOLS HOPPING CENTER SC-T019 A dandy 3 bedroom brick. 1 bath central heat, car-port, fenced back Â·ard shade trees shrubs. Price Â·nly $16,000.00. 5',i% transferable can. ACRES WITH BRICK HOME FA-200 Here is a very attractive P^ home has 3 bedrooms, IVa baths nice country kitchen, fuUy carpet ed large utility room, storm cellar 2 small barns, --' ""' *-nicely located. SPECIAL, SPECIAL L acre with 4 bedroom older horn In pretty fair condition, good we! ma preffure syitem, secluded area Price only *1! ,000.00. 13 acres new fence, new barn jity wa'ter available, beautifu auilding sites, some real nice trees close to town lake, price ?23 000.00. good water system See us for details FA-255 BEACON REALTY CO. Across from AQ Chicken House--Hwy. 71 North Springdale, Arkansas Office Ph. 751-7473 Earl Sherry Carol Hinds Gary Jech BROKER "Bob" McMillan . 751-2959 248-1193 751-219 751-978 BY OWNER On Spacious Comer Iot. Excellen Location, Brick, 3 bedroom* 1 bath, nice-sized roonu. Carport Garage with storage. Fenced Yar Moving -- Must Bell at a lo 125,000. Shown by appolntmen Phone 521-1157. 1709 No. Oaklan Fayettevllle. BY OWNER. Three bedroom, builtin fireplace, garden apot* on 2tt lots abov West Fort. HOOO. Phone 839 2i 7-Reat Estate-Far Sale Two Locations 400 N. College NW Ark, Plata 521-7272 After 8 p.m. Call Plaza Gallery at 521-T275 EW ON THE MARKETI o. 1012 Thl slovely home Is local- d on the east aide of West Fork n an area that's In demand. With bedrooms, 2 ballu, fireplace and undeck we won't have this one ng. Priced at $23,995. Call 52172 or after hours John Crockett H-2029. HOUSE WITH .EVERYTHING o. 937. Ten rooma 4 bedrooms ,1 baths, dining room, den, play- oom, office, Â«creened-in porch and inch, much more; for more In- ormaljon call 521-7272 or after ours Nadlne Miller 521-T473 or ranches Langham 443-3157. Tettlest Home in Valley V I a w verJooklng West Fork. 3 bedroom* -% tile baths, 2 car finished Â£a age fireplace, dishwasher dLs osal. Large VA loan can be as umed. NEWLIN REALTY CO. 839-2522 or 839-2259 Weat Fork, Arkansas NATIVE STONE CEDAR bdrm and den NEW home on jakeroad in Springdale. Centra eat and air, carpeting paneled den vith FP. patio and deck, 100x14 ot Just North of Lake Fayettevllle mong more expensive homes. Ove ,700 sq ft with all kitchen built as tor JUST $4.2,900. Lbted D ulie Eaves. ONE ONE-HALF ACRES bedroom, Hi bath ranch wit brick and cedar exterior, less tha one -year old. Range and disposer carpeting draped, 12X24 barn. Jru rees and strawberries. Farming on school. Listed by Jan Henco or $34,500. ATTRACTIVE SPANISH All brick with 3 bdrms and de with fireplace, galley kitchen an dinette 2 full baths, central hea ind air; in North Ridge. Deep lo las some nice shade trees 2 ca garage and established lawn, Llste by Julie Eaves for 133,800. BRICK DUPLEX ! bdrnu, bath, living room iltchen each unit, Ceri. heat, 22 for AC unit, good occupancy rat Just $23,500. WILL SELL DIRECT G.I. ! bedrms and den, Ha bathi new y decorated cedar home about old, complete kitchen, centrt leat, hax existing loan of abou 113,000 at favorable rate," Toti price J23.8M. 985 N. Collezft Julie EaTe* Jan Hensort Wilma Coollck Stanton Hiram Brooks S21450I 442-72 521-654 521-708 1 442-81 443-26 LOVELY SPACIOUS HOME 2,500 Â«q. ft. of luxury living area. upstairs. Large irvlngroom wli" tive stone fire itone fireplace, larje gar room, separate Jtudy, large kttch with 9 ft. anack bar, dlnlngroo utility room, and large \'i ba downstairs, plus large, 2 car g rage. Marble top vanities in . baths. Richly carpeted, mostly pa eled. Beautiful and unusual sty ing, native stone and frame e terior with nice view on \\'* acr plus 'many other extras. By own 839-2879. 7-Real Eitale-For Salt- ECLUDED BEAUTY .ted on gently rolling 40 seres. 00 sq. ft. of beauty and comfort this 4 bedroom 3',j bath with rmal living and dining rooms. Iso has recreation room 2 fire- aces and Its own private view o/ atural beauty. DNNING CREEK LEAR PONDS ghJlghts this profitable farm. .rood pastures, fenced and croM need. Good barns and a nice 3 cdrootn modern home. Has a good .come from a laying setup. OOKING FOR PASTURE? just under 100 acres all In ood improved xrau. Fenced and ross fenced with plenty of food atcr, hay barn and holding pen. LOSE IN. LOSE TO BY-PASS \ to 20 acres for country llvinjj ith convenience of downtown. ARGE CATTLE RANCHES ave several large 200 to 350 acre anches in excellent pasture, pi en Â· of water *nd nice homea. MURL STEED Real Estate Exchange FOR SALE BY OWNER "hree bedroom, brick, den with I replace, two biths. two car ga- ate with electric opener, large uU.lty room. FM-AM radio inter- om fully carpeted, drape*, fenced ackyr.rd, i elf-cleaning range, garbage dijpossl. Central heat and air. ~ Manor area. Call 443-2025 after 1617 No. College K6ALK* 521 - 3900 COUNTRY CORNER 27 Acre ranch 2 BR house, con rete milk barn, good hay barn, xmltry homes (22,000 cap.) gooc illable land, good paiture'and we) enced. Plenty of water plus creek running through property. Local ed on paved road. 4Va miles frorr own. To see, Call Col, Duffey Car zr, 521-1300 or nites 321-4122, BAKER ASSOCIATES REALTORS 1618 N. College REALTOR 521-1300 JEW 3 and 4 bedroom homes In Sprtn: dale's finest subdivision. For InformaUc call Btan Howard'* Royalty Hornu. In ?hone 77M007 or 7SI-S4CT. "NUTS" Hickory Nut trees Â»m Oak ticÂ«a with a new boiue wedged bÂ«twÂ«er Located off 45 Â£. on Luiuford S and only one block from Roo School. Price $29,900. IN THE PINES New house almost tlnithed 5iut 0 Old Wire Road North on Yvohn St. A private letting at atreeti en- A ihort distance from ButterfleT School, Good tlmÂ« to pick colon. MT. SEQUOYAH Contemporary paa with Z b*t_ roonu, wet bar, fireplace, and larj party deck, Private tree covare letting with view. Holland House Inc. 442-2740 or 443-2721 Sal* OWNEU: 2H *crta, modemlied old- r hotu?, !arffÂ« barn, huse I rees, branch, need, close-in. *U,MO. lermi. 10 ACKES, 40 cleared fo grass, three nds slocked with catlliTi and bus. \rtt bedrooms, Ivro baths. Kitchen, en, and living rcotit area, ccmMnfd. wo aulomallc broiler houiw lor 29,003 apic,ly. Call 2J-563T, Lincoln. Ark. ICK Rental Properly; S Unit brick [wrLment house, Good location excel 1 nl terms. For ticUHi call 4-J2-K78 or S1-9W7. Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Sun., Aug. 11, 1974 FAYITTIVI1.LK. ARKANSAS TIB Insurance Industry Kept Squirming By Ark Monroe baÂ« Oak p.m. 2057 OLD WIRE RD. Four bedrooms J',i baths, Itvlnff- oom, dlnlngroom, den, fireplace. J40.000. Call (43-3694. HOUSE ACREAGE N E A R BUTTERFIELD !*arge older 4 bedroom with cen- ral heat, fireplace, many trees in ' - , , yar'd -- along -with sm ny tr aller house 2 acres JZ1.000 with pole barn and approximately 7 acers. $28,500. With approx. 15 acres J40.000, On Old Wire Rd. Houses will rent for J200 a month. Phone 442-8713 after Legal Notice* WARNING ORDER 1 THE CHANCERY COURT C WASHINGTON COUNTY. ARKANSAS SHARON MARIE RHODES, PlainliH Vs. CH 74-5S3 MICHAEL FRANCIS RHODES, Defendant rhe Defendant is wameil ID appear n Ih1s Court wllhln thirty days and answer the pomptalnl ot the Plaintiff In Uie above entitled cause Witness my hand and seal of Court this 17th day of July 1974. this Alma Kollmeyer Chancery Clerk SEAL 4TC 11,28.4.11 By Kathleen Harness D. C. IN TKK CHANCERY COTIJIT OF WASHINGTON COUNTV, ARKANSAS WARNTOB ORDER Commercial National Mortgage Co. AND R. E. weaver. Jr.. TRUSTEE Plaintiff VS. CH 74-150 Georgia E. Braihnaw Holliman Defendant The Defendant is warned to appear In this Court wilhin Ihlrty days and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff in the above entitled cause. Witness my hand and seal of this Court this 29th day of July, 1971 Alma Kollmeye LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Ark Monroe III has kept the insurance industry squirming. When Monroe first took over the reins of the state Insurance Department, he told staffers the department should be something more than a place where insurance companies file for rate increases. He has lived up to his word The slim and bespectacled Monroe, 32, looks more like a college professor than a fighter. But since his appointment as insurance commissioner in October 1972, Monroe and the insurance industry have locked horns more than once. "The people of Arkansas expect a strong insurance regulatory agency. This is what they have come to expect and deserve," said Monroe ."If we had done some of the things we have done here in Arkansas in other states I'm not sure how long I would have survived." Monroe said "one of the best things we have done" was to change the life insurance regu lation to allow the public to gain more information on life insurance policies. That was controversial, but Monroe said it shouldn't have been.'"I think it's pretty basic that people should understanc their policies," he said. Monroe next took on the auto insurance industry. He theo rized that because of the ener gy crisis and the resulting re duction in speed limits then would be a drop in accidents. SOME COMPLY Two companies bowed tc Monroe's order. Two other. SEAT. 4Tc Aug. t, 11, 18, 3 Chancery Clerk WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court of Washington County, Arkansas First State BanV, Eprinrdale, ArV, Plaintiff VÂ» C.-MAYO and DEE MAYO husband aad wtfe Defendant The defendants are warned to appear in this Court in thirty days and answer the complaint to the- PlJQtlff in tha above entitled cause. Witness -my hand and seal ot this Court this 1 day of July, 1974 , is nenr |j nB rtraansas 10 lower ineir rates t also said he tried to TM m B e " sate for the reduction i went to court. One won, thi other case Monroe i tighten up accident and health insurance advertising by mail. "I don't have a problem with people buying insurance by mail," he said. "It's just that they have to be extra careful when they buy it by mail. They're going to get a cheaper product, but a lot of times they don't have the advantage of talking to an agent and asking questions about how claims are going to be processed. 1 ' idn't force them to do it. It ust allowed them to do it. It irovidcs a uniform cost com- arison to the buyer. It says vhat the premiums and bene- its will be." Soon after the regulation was tdopled last February, the Wall Street Journal ran an article votidering why many of the larger states had not yet followed he example of Arkansas and Wisconsin. It also said both states were known for their stringent insurance regulations. "We really enjoyed reading hat," said Monroe. NEXT TARGET Monroe next zeroed in on advertising for the health and accident insurance mail business. "There was almost a Sunday supplement in every newspaper idvcrtising some super-duper Benefit advertised by some movie star or some celebrity celling how great it (the policy) was," the commissioner said "We've found that the co panics are obeying the letter ol our regulation, but still violat ing the spirit to some extent We're probably going to have lo modify that regulation am make it stronger In certain re spects." He said the department als was working on a regulatioi that would set out minimun standards on all health insur ance policies. Soon after the energy crisi flared up, with its subscqucn reduction in speed limits, Mon roe ordered auto insuranc companies doing business i Arkansas to lower their rates t By SHAL 31-Z8-AUG 4-lHlc. SELL OR TRADE: Well esUUithed cabinet shop, S0x36, folly furnished; plus 5 room house. All on 2 acres Ttlth 300 ft. highway frontw. 2S7-37W. THE family at Pmirle Grave Uiat ha 14 acres that war on Pinnacle contact Mr. Tellls, 643-3285. 1144 per month, owner carry part of equity. Three bedroom, carpeted, VA baUls, garage, 4489S1, Owner trajtlfer- H7 OWNER Â· ) acres with 5 bedroom home, large brooder house, in SprinKdaie area. Phone 267-3785. BtnTERFIElJ -- ZIE3 w. ft, cooled and heated, 4 bedrooms, famllyroom-llrepLace, self-clean oven. Lots ot storage. 5ZL-2G14. OPEN HOUSE Alma Kollmayer Chancery Clerk [eÂ«n Harness D.C, New Generators RUSSELLVILLE, Ark. (AP) -- Two massive steam generators for Arkansas Power Light Go's, second unit at Arkansas Nuclear One near here are on their way to the site near here. They are being transported by barge on the Arkansas River and should arrive at the site Tuesday. Each of the 320-ton steam generators is 36 feet long and ng t . Before his appointment, Monroe ran an independent insurance agency at Magnolia. He's also an attorney arid did some work in criminal cases. His first name, Ark, is short for Archimedes. a name thought up by his great grandfather, v'ho, from 1900-04, also was state insurance commissioner. Monroe said he had received full support in every area from the Dale Bumpers administration. "The Insurance Department was unique, I think, in that it had a good reputation during the Winthrop Rockefeller administration. It was a high mark," he said. "It has ac- accidents. Hearings were held on the de creases, which ranged from 1 per cent to 10 per cent. Partic paling were the Insuranc Service Office, which repre sents about 200' independen agents in the state: Allstate Stale Farm and Travelers. "Allstate and State Fan agreed to reduce their rates b 5 per cent and we accepted thi as a good compromise," he said. "We thought this would allow policyhplders to get some reduction quicker than waiting for an appeal process." ^^_ Monroe said State Farm and , u . Ired of independence. I The barge tow is expected to pass through Little Rock Sunday morning. The two is being pushed by the tugboat eler." This plm Â» 2 bedroom Â»nd bath with connecting brÂ«MWÂ«y. A total of 4300 square feet ct lovely living, each room with iti own special individuality. More than U Kami with large garage. On 15 acres of ipec- 1U land located on White river with a. "Park-like" Setting. Swimming, fishing and Irrigation for the special landscaping that would go with th* immense lawn. City Water Natural gas. Truely the Â«pot that you and yours can enjoy the rest of your life. IfÂ« plrced below marltU at only 170,000. By appointment only. New]in Realty West Fork, Ark. WHO SHOULD I CALL???? If you have PROPERTY to SELL -- LET US WORK FOR YOU1 We have hard working salesmen and we NEED and WANT your listings. CALL. US TODAY. VERY, VERY SPECIAL LOCATION L-470 LARGE OLDER HOME IN NE SECTION on almost Hi ACRE9, S bedrooms, 2 fireplaces shag carptes, 2 baths, large dry basement, PLUS ELEVATOR Beautiful LARGE TREES and shrubs. House INSIDE and OUTSIDE in GOOD REPAIR. This PROPERTY TO SETTLE ESTATE for more information call Monroe Laner. DEVELOPERS-- INVESTORS (PRICE HAS BEEN REDUCED) U-4*l A BARGAIN at ONLY ?10,500. and ADJACENT TO GREEJi VALLEY ADDITION. 132x228 near level land with modest dwelling lha J* rented for $65.00. Zoned for one family dwelling BUT thecÂ« are new APARTMENT complexes nÂ«ar by on either aide, CLOSE ENOUGH TO WALK H--171. TO LIBRARY -- SCHOOL -- and the SQUARE. 4 bedrooms. S baths dÂ«n, RANGE fc DISPOSAL, carpets, drapei and 2 AIR CONDITIONERS. A GOOD BUY listed by MrÂ». Hammers. INVESTMENT RENTAL (ONLY $12,500) M-77 nNANCTNO AVAILABLE on thli 2 or 3 bedroom, i bath home NEAR UofA. Listed by Hal Moldin. EXCELLENT INFLATION HEDGE H--47D 50 ACRES land with great potential for IMMEDIATE development or HOLDING for appreciation. On a State Highway ONLY IV mllci from Fayettevllle, ATTRACTIVELY PRICED. Lilted by MrÂ« UTLEY and Company, Inc. REALTOR On the Square Sfnca 19(2 OFFICE 442-8241 REALTOR HOME PHONE Mrt. Hammer* .. 443-2083 HalModltn 521-410 H. L Utley ...... 442-4044 Experienced, Reiponiible Sale* Representative* SUN DAY. 2-6. P.M. 2144. Ora. Drive 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath $25,800 2243 N. College 521-1180 20 feet wide with diameter of 13 feet. an inside "Arkansas Trav- New Loans LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Financial assistance to livestock and poultry producers under the Emergency Livestock Credit Act will become available Aug. 19 through a new loan guarantee authority of the Farmers Home Administration. Robert Hankins, state director of the administration,, said the agency would be prepared to implement the law by guaranteeing up to 80 per cent of possible loss on loans made by legally organized lenders to the producers. The loan guarantee program will be in effect through July 25, 1975. think Gov. Bumpers recognized :he importance of maintaining that independence." NO PRESSURE Monroe said his department had been under no politica' pressure. Arkansas was the second state to adopt a life insurance reform measure making policies more understandable since that time several of the ..Â§! states h a v e followed suit We probably caught more neat . . . we probably aroused more controversy since we ., Â° n 'y 'he second state," said Monroe. "But I think we m f TM it, easier for those' large regu- 1 say have Our TIMES (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 7B) ly in knowing how much interest there is in golf, and in maintaining Paradise Valley as a public course, among residents of this twin-city area. I imagine a good many students will w a n t their name on the list. Those others who like to play, or who share a sense of pride in having such a fine facility in the area, should get their names down as soon as possible. Springdale needs to express itself, too. If you can't find a petition to sign, drop by the newspaper I've got one. Or sign up at Bogan's. Allstate are two of the largest auto insurance companies in the world -- State Farm is the largest in the nation. "Their greeitig to reduce their'rales as a good indication that the ompanies were making money uring this time," he said. ISO; which had been asked to ower liability rates 10 per cent nd property damage rates 6.3 er cent, appealed Monroe's or- er. Judge Warren E. Wood of 'ulaski County Circuit Â· Court tiled in ISO's favor, saying lonroe had no statutory an- lorily to order the lowering o( he rates. The company also iad argued that Monroe made is ticciscon without substantial evidence to support it. Travelers also went lo court .nd the case is petiding before Judge Tom Dighy in Pulaski Circuit Court. Travelers was asked to reduce its liability rales 17 per cent and property damage rales 17.6 per ccni. Monroe said he had not decided yet what to do about the ISO case. He said he would wait and see Dighy's ruling before proceeding. Monroe also said he was not lower rate decision on the hanging driving habits caused by the energy crisis and by looking at the profit picture of the companies over the past three years. Monroe as said he was not enlirely satisfied with the state's so-called "no fault" insurance law, passed by the 1973 General Assembly. OPTIONAL Under the law, there is no re- striclion on the person's right to sue. No fault is optional in Arkansas. "What people appear to be complaining about is that they are buying these additional benefits, but they are called no fault benefits. I Ihink they should be called something other than no fault benefits because I think this is misleading. The public thinks that it's no fault, therefore there should be a rate reduction and they can't understand why their rates are Joing up," he said. "I think the law would have icen better titled medical ex- ien.sc protection, or medical expense and death protection rather than no fault. No fault ias the connotation it now has lecause it has been debated so leatedly and it is almost sy- lonymous with a rate reduction in the public's mind." Monroe said his actions often are questioned. "Everytime we do anything somebody challenges it being unconstitutional, no authority; we moved to quickly; we didn't lake one company at a time; we didn't pick out the one single agent that was violating this problem. "But some of the problems are so vast and have so many violators lhal it's impossible to do it by revoking the license of one agent, the certificate of operation of one company," he said. "You have to adopt a-regulation on the whole area to get the problem solved," said Monroe. states to adopt these regulations because they could say Wisconsin and Arkansas have already done this " Basically, the life regulation requires of the policy and prospective the cost an outline allows the buyer to compare '"'" similar life insurance policies. It was the latter provision that caused the most controversy, said Monroe. R It was like we were forcing price shopping on life insuram buyers, wasn't and true they said this in any other areas," lie said. "But the way I we had the regulation drafted it THEKEYTOA SUCCESSFUL MOVE... FOR LEASE Nice partially furnished, or unfurnished, 4 bedroom home on small acreage in Northeast, Must have references. WItSON-ADAMS ADDITION We have a well kept t bedroom 3 bath home in prestlllom arc walking distance of U. of A. and chopping, and located on two lots that are landscaped to perfection Call us today. 3 BEDROOMS Th\x lovely home his living room, family room with fireplace, beautiful kitchen with breakfast area. utility room and study. Walking distance of Butterfield School. Only 538,400.00. BUSINESS BUILDING This Dlcfcson Street property has approximately 5000 sq. ft. and will house 2 or 3 businesses. Owner will finance. Is calling us, your local RELO real estate broker. We'll helpyousellyour home here. And, through our membership in the nationwide RELO network, serving over 7000 communities, we'll i ntroduce you to a broker who'll helpyoufind a home in your new town. That's thekeytoa smooth move. We solve your housing . worries. And that's Important So call us today] (No obligation, of course.) W1NWOOD DEVELOPMENT CO. 617 North College --521-483^ O. H. Gamble 442-2734 Mildred Winborn 521-6672 Helen Kirby 442-5063 Milli Hood 442-8157 Glenda Robertson 442-5540 Margaret Parrish 442-7619 REALTOR FayetUvlll* 521-8500 SpringdaU 751.6470 OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY, AUGUST llth 1:00 to 5^00 806 NORTH HIGHLAND Drop b yand inspect thia beautiful home In lha FayeUÂ«.villÂ« City Par area. It has a larsÂ« heated swimming pool, beautifully landscape ground*, brick and frame home has 3 BRs 2 baths, fireplace centr Seat air, carpeted, built.Ini in kitchen, Pricid In mld-fortlea wil good financing*. Boss Company 521-7272 Muriel Howard 521-2083 first floor plan WHEN ONE THINKS OF NEW ORLEANS, one thinks of wrought-iron, laced balconies across an entire width, with supporting grill panels above and wood columns below. In Plan HA842M, the second floor balcony creates a cover for the long porch Â· below. Inside is the expected curving stairway with dining room and living room on opposite sides of the large foyer. Directly behind is an all-purpose room. The living room supports the New Orleans atmosphere of lush vegitation, with a greenhouse behind. Upstairs, four bedrooms are available, one used as a maid's room if desired. Three of the bedrooms have access to the unroofed sun deck at the left. Architect Rudolph Matern, 89 E. Jericho Turnpike, Mineola, N.Y. 11501 will answer queries about the cost of the blueprint if the query comes with a stamped, self-addressed envelope.