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38-Mobite Homes For Safe TAKE3 over payments with low down parent or trade. 197* KrtO, 3 bedroom air c*ilW°nIng. washer/drycr. Ctarpct- Ing. m baths, phono 8:00.6:00, 751-6777. 2 BEDROOM used mobile homes: 12x50, ' · - . excellent condition, 10x55 wjth central '£l ulr, and .8x45. Boo at TralUvood Mobile -'· iromes. z56 an. comfort Hd. 44£62".5. r 1963 12x60, Iwo bedroom, partially turn- "*· ishcd. £1,800. Colt 321-3655 alter 5:30 i p.ni. I anyllme weekends. '^~ CHANDLER TraHer OEnrn-y, Inc. Local ---' mat nationwide. 1CXJ *ppT9Vi Fbon« ·;"-" W.72 TWO bedroom, two bath -- front and rear, 2 years old, shag carpel, f i n a "~~ furniture. Equity and assume payments. · Phone 521-3020; after 5 p,m. 521-3Z3. MOBILE HOMES 2554 ML Comfort Rd. _ «U-«2» FayeUevUl* SALES and PARK Open til 9 Each Eveninc · y 14\70 SPANISH Holiiday mobile home _:~ Low equity. Assume bank payments ·-'.· Call 824-3372 In TJnroln. 1972 12x70 .THREE bedroom, 114 bath! fully carpeted; fully furnished, centra air. Phone 521-3I3 utter 5:00 p.m. 1973 12x60 two tiedroom, one full bath E arilally furnished, air-conditioning am eating. $400 equity and take over mcnls. Call ,442.8616. 1972 PlUEVTT.T.re 12x60 2 bedroom stia carpets, centra! heat £: air, front livinj room, Stove refrigerator Include, 39-- Office Space, Buildings For Rent OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT or LEASE DOWNTOWN MOTOR lOD'Gl ADJACENT TO BOTH COUKT -HOUSES WILL, REMODEL TO SUIT TENANT. CALL M2-7377. 140 ST. It. warehouse for rent, .1 mi from Fayelteville. $140 per month. Phon 443-4051 or 443-260. OFFICH space on North 71, best loci tlon, reasonable rent. Ed Torbell. Pho 4434541 or 521-2855. , HIGHWAY 62 and 71 fcynasa, West?: Shopping- Center, 5,000 sq. fL includ heat, air. carpelj, two baths and son fixtures, reasonable. Carl Collier 442-626: 40--For Renr Or Lease nVB miles south or 71 bypass on West Behind M XI Grocery. Pho 521-9506. 41--For Rent--Mtscellaneou SECURITY SEIF-STORAGE 3 SIZE UNITS. NIGHT LIflHTIN BUSINESS OR HOUSEHOL. COODS. LONG O BSHORT TEB RENTAL E. 19th ST. FAYETTE VIU-E. Phono 751-7068 42--Wanted Tn Rent Or Lease MEDIUM to large farm house wlih building witliin 15 miles- o( Fayeltevl ResTWnsible couple wilting to carele or do some repair. Reasonable rent. 5. 6937 evenings. UNIVERSITY professor and wife wish rent or leas* Email comfortable hou with 2 badroomi and yard. 751-5770. l-Wanled To Rent Or Leate UN'a married professional couple wIIh .children seek lo tent two bedroom use or apartment In quiet surroundings. -" J '"- ' Reply, nox M-83 xidfrd Immediately. TIMES. -Lofi For Sale [INKING ot retlnn* on the lake? See r lake site3 before you buy. North ckory Hills lake Addition. Noith of ckory Creole Boat Docls'on Hwy. 264. rane 1-736-22B. -Formi Acreage* SUBURBAN REAL ESTATE CO. 47-R«a! Estata-For Safe 7-Real E$toi*-For Sale INVESTMENT 12 unit Apt. complex, all on ground level, furnished, with n very good rental record. Haye been construct- cd for low cost maintenance. A ;ood set up for «om«onc to start n the rental business. Owner wlU finance or will consider trade. Price 5S5.000. OUTSIDE CITY . . l l constructed 3 BR den 4th BH. Brick dwelling with baths. Large kitchen dining area. Home 6 yrs old In good HIGHPOINT ACRES BY OWNER JUtlncllvely different, custom ullt, bi-lcvel home, designed for ow maintenance. On four scenic nd private acre* overlooking lake, Call after 5:00 p.m. 761-8137. AUo nc to four acre building sites. condition. CH. 2 storage bide Z car poi shed. Fei _Tl. Mela 'enccd and REALTOR 521-7055 Hwy. 45 E. Phone 443-2050 Broker Ron Sherwood Pain Brown 442-887T tarllnj; today let us help shape our future. ry us for all your home needs efore you tuy. t it's variety you're after there's ever been a better time. ring, what we are proud tc ell and you will be proud to own Suburban Real Estate Leading The Way ^^S^^^VNrt^^^^^/^S^/VWV^^X/Vi^^ 17--Real Ettate--For Sale-- WOODED and WONDERFUL! BY OWNER: 5 beautiful wooded cres in Northeast secttorij sur- ounded by some oE the city's nost prestigious homes. Lovely r iew. Only minutes from, down- own. Ideal site for your dream home or for development. Phone 21-1077 located on i l /2 level acres. DUPLEX Two units for sale -- Buy one or two. Both stay rented and are easy to care for. 7 years old. One $13,500 and one §14,500. A REAL NICE HOME 4 BR, two bath home. Spacious living dining Km. Large redwood deck In rear, Shaded yard. Plenty of storage. CH A. 2200 sq. fl a ,4 acre, enclosed in chain Hnl fence. Price $27,300. Located i: Greenland area. NATURE LOVER Architect designed horn* in secluc ed wooded area on 6 acres abou 3 miles from UofA campus. 3 t 4 bedrooms. T^arge family livin area with cathedral ceilinjj i huge native stone fireplace, baths. CH. West coast cedar ex terior. FAMILY HOME Buy ilils home and eliminate chi_ dren school transportation problems -- adjoins elementary school. In excellent condition. 3 BR carpeting in living room. CH. Family room with native stone fireplace. Fenced backyard. Large, shady, landscaped lot, Asbeu school area. 7-ReaI Eslate-For Safe FOR SALE BY OWNER Miree bedroom, brick, den with (replace, two baths, two car ga- agc with electric opener, large utmiyroom, FM/AM radio intercom fully carpeted, drapes, fenced Backyard, self-cleaning range, gar- iage disposal, central heat and air, Oak Manor area. Call 443-2025 af- 5 p.m. FISHING AT BACK DOOR Acrc». 5 miles out 1» Wwt. 2 Bedrooms, fireplace, new home. 19,300. Will consider trade. Phone 443-5933. Two bedroom, l/a bath, townhou« exclusive area of Fayeltevlllc. $230 per month, $100 cleanup and dam age deposit. Prefer no children. 01 pets. Call Pauline McKtnney a 531-1300 or nfghts. 521-1549. BAKER ASSOCIATES REALTORS 1618 N. Colltg*. REALTOR 521-1300 Y OWNER: 3 bcdrooni, 2 ball!, living- rom, * diiUnfrocnt, lamllyroom, l l r « lace, klii-hc-n, ullllly, double garage. 2*25 Slfiwberry rjr. 413-1733. Northwett Arkanws TIMES, Tux., Aug. 20, 1974 FAYETTEVILLK, ARKANSAS T3 After 32 Years One-Man Utility Owner Says He Wants Out BY OWNER 3 bedroom home, larjec lot, chain link fence. Good garden. Furniture. Call after 5:00. U2-1980 LOWP01NT, 111. (AP) -- For 32 years, Lynn b. Banla lias op- crated R one-man utility providing water lo this tiny Mid western .village.. Now .he wants out. Residents will vote in a referendum Aug. 31 on whether lo form a water district to take over the Lowpoinl Water Co. And Banta says he doesn't even REMODELED s\x room bcnsaiow with new [orccd air healtnff on 6S4 acres, double garage, bam »nd out tjulwings, targe pond, hiivay 16 East at Baldwin. Third house East ot Wilson's Market on south side of hivvay. See any time. (BOB Rental Property: 5 .Unit brick apartment house, Good location, excellent lerms. For details call 442-5278 or want to remain on as a trustee. "I would prefer to have nothing further to do with it," said Banta, 63, who lives in Pcoria. "I think 32 years is probably long enough for one individual. They might h a v e somebody else who could do a lot better job, really." Lowpoint is a quiet rural JUS PER month, owner carry r*rt of equity. Three bedroom, carpeted. iH baths, garnet;, 442-S51. Owner transferred. 7'/2 ACRES FAITCETTE 1202 N. College Offico 442-5331 Evenings and Weekends call: WE NEED i to 5 Bedroom older .home. Also _iO to 120 Acre farm improved or unimproved, if you have either of these type property. Call us. FRONTIER REAL I U 1015 N. ESTATE I f^ College C ° mpany !^TO« 521 ' 67 °° Doug Hartley 442-6446 Bill Lazsnby .... 442-5439 Us Davis 521-4448 Bobbye Halbrook Christine Blondeau G. C. Faucetle Virginia Bowers Cathy Boyd Baser Williams Richard Mayea Sylvia Danforth Mary Jane Fitch adjoining city Property at Lake Sequoyah Dam, Build amongst the trees and have a view of the Lake and the hills, Fronta West Fork of White River with some rich bottom land. CALL HEINEY REALTY CO. Hwy. 16 East 442-9236 66 ACRES on black-top road. Natural gas. old barn and drilled well. Proposed Rural Water Area. About 2 miles past Elkins, Elkins school 8s phone. About 20 acres In old fields balance is wooded. -$31,500 CALL HEINEY REALTY CO. 83 Acres, part in city limits and fronting on major highway. 12 Mobile home spaces now providing $300.00 per month income. Natura] gas, city water 3 stock ponds, " · ' -l il is sun. well and creek. The soil loam and tillable, cleared and ndy Res. 443-2227 Res. 521-2001 Ees, 442-2277 Bes. 442-6305 Res. 521-5971 Res. 521-4237 Res. 443-2669 Res. 412-9935 Res. 442-6083 All fenced 80 excellent pas- lure. To see, call Col. Duffey Carter, 521-1300 or nltes 52M122. viJRY private, 1 bedroom eoltaBe on 1 acre }!,«». Phone 442-5960 or 442-1353. TWO story older home, situated on 7( aores fronting WJiHe River, oulbulldine include small greenhouse. 50% down balance 7%. Price $16.500.- Eagle Realty, Huntsvillc, 738-2203. REDUCED lo S25.900 brick 3 bedroom 2 bath den kilchen with buill-ins, ulllllj room carpeted, drapes, double iraraBC, fenced, landscaped 3'ard, roust sell. As ACREAGES with a view. All tracts are partially cleared. Located 6/10 mile off Devil'* Den Highway on a good road. Terms, : FISHER REALTY S3-3283 Aurne l p.m. loan. 7S-3775 after 4:00 BAKER ASSOCIATES REALTORS ' 1618 N. College 521-1300 Hwy. 16 East 442-9236 Just Outside Town RB-4 Beautiful 3 bedroom brick home located on 20 highly improved acres, in the Oak Grove community 2 miles west of Springdnle. Blacktop and city water. This property has tremendous development potential. Price 565.000. Isolated But Still Convenient RD-7 BY OWNER 3 bedroom brick. IVa baths, central heat and air, carpet, separate utility room, fenced back yard, 1,500 fiq. ft. Assume 7% loan. Pay $4,500 equity. $22,500. 2103 Patti, Springdale. 751-4186. 140 acres lays at the end of a shai.. ed country lane just \\ mile off major highway. Small frame home with good spring and some virgin timber. Let's go look, priced reasonable. Outstanding lake home LP-2 Beautiful home just 1 year old. This is in one of Beaver Lake's most exclusive developments. 2.500 sq. ft., 4 bedrooms. 3 baths, native stone fireplace, and large rec room. Large redwood deck with panoramic view. Priced In low 50s COMMON SENSE REALTY Hiway 71 -- Sprlngdala Office Phone 761-3900 Brad Wright Art Clark Gene Atkinson 3G1-2S63 751-9724 BY BUILDBR -- New S bedroom, 3 bath, fireplace, dishwasher, air coadllldn- r, 2 car garage with remote control door, near Asbclj Dchool, 443-8818 EJ WOMAN'S WORLD A Convenient Sewing and Shopping Guide for Teda/f Gal an the Go. BY OWNER Three bedroom home, nice lar^e garden, large lot, chain link fence. Call after 5:00. 442-7980. RENT Here is an opportunity to increase your income. We have a three bedroom bungalow with family room just off North College -- Zoned Commercial -- the Price ia only fice or outright Rental. NEW home for sale at builders cost, Thrc G bedroom , 2 1 ,! batti, al L brick on large lot, lirpplacc, double garage that's nsulatcd and paneled, many extras. $32.400. Open house 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday. 1153 Overcresl, KayettevUle, or call Rogers, Arir., $55-7974 for an appointment. Call by 9:00 a.m. in morning or 6:00 50x00 Lot. iMi blocks from Square, Fay- eUeville. Call 521*1519. NEW 3 bedroom 1*6 bath, carpeted on Lake Sequoyah Kttld near Baldwin Lota] price (18,900, ?i,5QO down payment, $150 month. Call Don Dingtedlne 521-3163 8:006:00 or 442-S153 after 6:00. .. BY owner. Two iKvlroom house, good con dltlon/ Pay equity and assume loan NEW 3 and 4 bedroom homes In Epr dale's finest subdivision. For Informs call Stan Howard's Royally Homes, 1 Phone 770-6007 or T51-81S7. IN PRAIRIE Orove. Cozy 2 bedrc home with full .basement Heavily sti ed lot. Walk to cchool and town. lfi-2K5 for appointment. er bouse, large barn, husrc trees, bra fenced, close-in, $11.500, terms. W3-3 BY OWNER : Nice 2 bedroom he with garage, TCxeellont location In Wo east Ffcvetleville. No realtors .pie Phone 751-3287. NEW HOMES 3 and 4 bedrooms, targe Jam- rooms with fireplace 2 baths car garages, all bum-Ins, cen Harris Blames LBJ For Woes Of Economy LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- John Harris Jones of Pine.:7Blu!f,_lhe Republican nominee for the United States Senate, said today that the spending policies of the late President Lyndon Johnson caused much of Amer ica's current economic prob lems. Jones will oppose Goy. Dale Bumpers, the Democratic nom inee, in Hie Nov. 5 general elec lion. Jones referred to high inter est rates and rapid increases in the cost of living as "payin our dues for Lyndon Johnson' Great Society." Jones said the task of com batting inflation would not b easy, but expressed confidenc in President Ford's ability t "unite this country and direc our energies toward the prob lems that confront U.S." Speaking to a Little Rock ci ic club, Jones continued theme he had used in the pr mary elections.- "Governmei must not take from those wh work and those who invest th incentives to be productive," h said. "Economy in government 01 erations must become a realii rather than a slogan. Tax r form and simplification ai welfare reform are long ove due," he said. Jones, an attorney and ban president, attributed inflation "excessive federal spendin and the structure of deficit nancing which deprived t Today In History jmmunity in Woodford County Hh a population of about 250. tit Banta, who also operates mr grain clcvalors, has prob- ;ms not unlike the giant utili- es that serve metropolitan reas. 'It hasn't been that much of care really," he said. "We andle our bookkeeping right irough our regular grain of- ice. "But we do have to go round and read the meters. \nd if for some reason or anther a pump goes out and you !on't have water tomorrow morning you get about a dozen )hone calls awfully quick," he said. The water works was set up n the early 1900s to serve the employes of Banta Bros. Inc., which ran a general store, "but since that time it grew until everybody seemingly wanted in on It," said Banta. "I acquired the assets of this mercantile business in 1942 and iiHiniiinin niniiiiir mnmiiiiiinraiiiniiiiiii By The Associated Press Today is Tuesday, Aug. 20 e 232nd day of 197,4. Ther re 133 days left in the year. Today's highlight in history: On this day 'in 1791, a Danis avigator, Vitus Bering, dis- ivered Alaska. On this date: In 1776, George Washinglo ludcd the British in Brooklyn .Y., and moved his arm i(lati d chlor - inatjoil sys . cross the East River to Man-l t c m s _ sute water contro , {e * :allan is dense fog. ations have become constantly the waterworks went right along with it," he said. "So there was no way of getting away from it, I guess." Banta says he has added seven blocks of mains, had new wells drilled and put in tluor- In 1833, the 23rd American iresident, Benjamin Harrison, vas born in North Bend, Ohio. In 1914, during World War I, German forces occupied Brus- ;els, Belgium. In. 1940, in World Wai- II, (he Russians blew up their Dnieper Dam as German troops across the Ukraine. swept In 1955, hundreds were killed n anti-French riots in Morocco and Algeria. In 1961, the East Germans vere busy building a wall along nosl -of the 25-mile border between East and West Berlin. Ten years ago, Presiden 1 Lyndon Johnson signed an an ti-poverly bill as a first step ir a legislative program aimed at creating what he Great Society." termed "the Five years ago, the death toll f r o m H u r r i c a n e Camille climbed to 283 in disaster areas of Mississippi. One year ago, in an address before the Veterans of Foreign Wars, President Nixon said his order for the secret bombing of Cambodia in 1969 had been "absolutely necessary" to save ougher and this has added to :he burden, he said. Banta's firm serves about 55 customers. It employs a licensed water superintendent on a part-time basis, plus someone else to read the meters every three months. But Banta says it has not been a particularly profitable operation. Banta says the Lowpoint Water Co.'s flat rale of $4.50 a quarter for all but quantity users has remained unchanged from the time he acquired the firm. Quantity users pay $1 for the first thousand gallons of water, 80 cents for the second, 55 cents for the third and '50 cents for each additional thousand gallons. He says lie pays $40 to $78 quarterly for water at his- Peoria home. Banta thinks that because or his age someone else should take over but he's not certain village residents will vole to go along. 750 BRAND 'NEW Sparkling ceramic baths, luxury carpet, beautiful. Ash kitchen cabinets, two-car garage paved drive. Central Air. A' Great family home with , four lie d rooms. Pric e only $33.000.00. with §1.000.00 Down and 1 3 A% Interest to,Qualified Veteran. BUNGALOW Here is a genuine bargain. Two btg bedrooms Dining Room, lots of built-ins. Close to UofA and Downtown shopping. Prtce only $10,900.00. Phone 443-3755. WEST FORK SPECIALS Nice view from this three bedroom brick and frame home with Hi baths and a double garage. Lots of shade in a quiet setting on a nice size lot. All this for only ?19,900. Larry Dowell 442-6751. Just like new -- that's the · way we took at this 3 bedroom home situated on approx. one acre lot Fully pane] app: ;led and carpeted Create color excitement in a roam, with this bright afghan. Display, cozy afghan on a bed, table, sofa anywhere! Crochet 9" squares in 4 colors or use scraps. Use worsted or synthetic yarn, Pattern 750: easy directions. 75 Cents each pattern--add 25 cents each pattern for fir,st- clasa mail and special handling. Send to Laura Wheeler. Northwest Arkansas TIMES 450, Needlecraft Dept, Box 161, Old Chelsea Station, New .York, N. Y 10011. Print Pattern Number, Name, Address, Zip. The source of inspiration--our new 1975 N e e d l e c r a f t Catalog! 180 designs, 3 printed inside. Send 75 cents now. New! Nifty Fifty Quilts ...Sl.OO New! Ripple Crochet $1.00 Sew and Knit Book ....·_.$1.25 - - - - ' ..$1,00 HOMEY-HOME Two blocks to Asbell School on large level lot. This roomy 3 bedroom is a good family home carpeted, Draped Air Conditioned, Double Carport. Quick Possession. Price $29,500.00. LAND Five acres with large Oak trees, blacktop on two sides -- close in on Hwy 16 West. Good place to build a home or Establish a business. BUILDING SITE Hwy. 45 East, level lot. 114x187. See this for your new home. FRONTIER REAL ESTATE Company UJ521-6700 REALTOR Doug Hartley 442-6446 Les Davis 521-4448 "Bill" Lazenby 521-5833 _jeai an. uuni-iiLB, Cen /c. "Drive up -Mockingbird Lane today and choose your home. Fln- nacing available. GINTONIO BIDG. CO. Phone 521-3313 after 5:00 p.m. or 521-1753 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. throughout. Enough room here for that pet calf or horse and only 519,000. Larry Dowell 442-6T51. 2057 OLD WIRE RD. Four bedroomj 214 baths, living- room, diningroom, den, fireplace (40,000. Call. 4*3-3634. SUBURBAN REAL ESTATE CO. U.S. of a sound monetary system." ' : He contended that the "Great Society" was based upon "Lyndon's great illusions" that the American dollar had a permanent value regardless of how many billions of dollars were added to the federal debt or low much additional paper money was printed. Jones compared the 1954 federal budget of $64.6 billion with the 1975 federal budget of $305 billion, saying most of this year's budget is uncontrollable, or already committed for expenditure by Congress. "The maintenance of a sound monetary system is one of the primary functions of government. For good government and sound .economic policy, our 'ederal government must re;urn lo the American tradition, staying within its constitutional powers and performing its con- stilutional duties," Jones said. American lives. Today's birthday: baseball manager Al Former Lopez is Thought for today: When a thing is funny, search it for a hidden George 1950. truth -- playwrigh' Bernard Shaw, ISSfr N. College 52 "Developers of Hyland Park" 120 Acres for |25,000. Around 30 acres open. Seeded in fescue. 3 springs, pond, 3 wells. Around 60 acres fenced. Older style un- modern house. Owner to burtd new barn. Located SI miles erf Fayette- villc. 2 miles of gravel road. This is location for $200 an acre land or farm of this caliber. Terms are the best, $3.000 down and balance In monthly installments for I7'',a yrs. at Va%,. NEWLIN REALTY CO. Wesl Forlt, Arkansa» 839-2522 or 839-2259 REALTOR Hwy. IS E. Phone 443-2050 Broker Bon Sherwood Deborah Cowan 521-7055 Pam Brown 442-8877 4657 SIZES 10/2-20/ 2 Feel free, fashionable, com forlable in this genlly flaring tent. Quick to sew straightaway--no stop for. waist seam! Choose autumn blends, jersey. Printed Pattern 4657: Half sizes 10^, UK, 16V4, about 15 miles West of Razorback Stadium. Good spring. Not much open land now, however most of it could be opened. Some pretty good size trees. Will sell a 40 and/ or an 80. Call HEINEY REALTY CO. Hwy 16 East 442-9236 looking for quality? 40 level acres \\'i miles southeast of Lincoln, \'i mile south of 62 Hwy. 6 acres timber rest in fescue and bermuda. All fenced and crossfenccd. Moors Creek runs through property. Pond, drilled well, dug well, about \\ mile from city water and natural gas with privilege of laying lines and connecting. Two bedroom home is well kept and attractive Storage shed. Barn IB large with connecting corrals. Priced to sell at $49,000. Small awumable VA loan. 21 acres, mostly tillable land Is located 1 mile off 71 Hwy. has 4 ponds, 3 room house barn, pressure system with mobile home j hookup- Small hen house. You can either fix up the present home or i m o v e In a mobile home. It's priced right at §15,000. lerms. ; Home is }ust a lew years old and ^ well kept, on lot 75x150. Three bed- MUE?T sell. leaving town small 2 bod- room modern hreve on tjuiei, wooded , acre in Fay ette villa. Oarage, .neat. Only $12,000. Ml-TOOS.- 1 i NICE older home, lliree bedrooms, 1^ balhs, carpeted, $10,500. In Prairie Grove. Phone sisaaos. BY OWNER: Income property, 17 apartments, 3 years old, good location. Priced reasonably. Good financing available. Phone 413-3516, THREE bedroom modern house on one acre. J2000 down and take over pay- menls ol $100 per monUi. Phone 442-S5G4. 110 ACRES 7 miles southwest of Tnyettcvili eon 265 Hiway. Just right for smalt tracta. Sell all or any part, J. D. NEILL REAL ESTATE Rogers, Ark. Phone 636-37-J9 BY OWNER. Three bedroom, builtins, fireplace, garden s[xt, on 2 ( ,4 lots above West ForV. $18.000. Phone 8S9-28I. 38 ACRES On Round Mountain About 20 acres has been dozed. Pond 1 . Drilled well 200' deep. Fayetteville schools and phone, $600 per acre. CALI, HEINEY REALTY CO. 20%. Size 14% (bust 37) t a k e s 2% yards 60-inch.Send 25 cents for each pattern for first-class mail and special handling. Send to' 'Anne Adams, Northwest Arkansas Times, 438, Pattern T-\ i nin tir i i n i i , C"i ».T rooms WHII carpwi I. «na. u t i l i t y ) -in- Dept., 243 West 17lh St., New su iated, city utilities. Pric/d at York, N.Y. 10011, Print NAME, S14.150. ' THE ULTIMATE Private and beautiful, 12 acres of woods off 45 East with an unbelievable view is the setting for this contemporary architect designed house. What does it have? It features 21/3 baths. livingroom wlth fireplace, familyroom and sundecks off several of the many rooms. Storage space 03 its plus sign. De- Bign'fityle and comfort comes with this house In abundance. Call us for an. appointment, $97,000. LOVELY HOME This three bedroom home Is located on a beautiful shaded one acre plus. Ltvh den contaii screened i -- , storage room, central air and heat Butterfletd School District. $27.800. NEW HOME $29,500 can buy a lovely home on V* acre lot on 45 East. This is a unique home with much to offer. Call ua so we can show you this full y equ ipp e d home, 50 ACRES The most beautful building site in the area. The White River adjoins the property, 25 acres open with a few large trees left. If you want about 10 miles from Fayetlevilio with a beautiful building site call us, $32,000, terms available . 10 ACRES US miles off !6 West, $8.500. All you need is 51000 down, terms on the remaining amount. B U I L D I N G SITES W« have 2 acre tracts for JS.OOO. Pulaski Counly Faces Damage Suit LITTLE ROCK (AP) - A $10,000 damage suit was filed Monday against Tri-Slate Insurance Co. by James D. Evans of North Little Rock, whose left foot was amputated after an accident involving James' motorcycle and a pickup truck driven by Sheriff Monroe Love of Pulasid County. Tri-Slate is the liability insurer for Pulaski County, according to the suit, and carries a $10,000 limit for a county em- ploye. The county cannot be sued directly. The suit alleged that Love was driving his own vehicle "within the scope" of his employment as a county sheriff. State Farm Mutual Insurance Co,, which carried liability insurance on Love's truck, has paid James . $25,000, the.,'. suit Building Permits Show Increase Over Quarter Housing activity in Northwest Arkansas during the second quarter of 1974 continued to reflect effects of severe infla- :ion, according to the regional lousing report compiled by the Northwest Arkansas Regional Planning Commission. The total number of building permits for the second quarter of 1974 was down 39.7 per cent compared to the second quarter of 1973. But the overall housing pic- turn has improved since the first quarter of 1974 when there were 60.2 per cent fewer building permits than in 1973. The format of the 1974 second quarter report is slightly changed from previous formats. The latest report now includes a permit activity map that marks the zones in which building activity is beginning. Zones used to divide individual cities are those established for the transportation planning information by the NWARPC and Ihe state highway department. Residential construction ir Benton and Washington Counly was down from a year ago in GM To Use More Manual Labor On Vega DETROIT (AP) -- General Motors is' apparently bowing to criticism of its highly automated Vega assembly line by emphasizing more manual labor in planned 1976 production of a new mini-Chevrolet. The swing back to more manual labor appears designed to stem any new outbreaks of "blue-collar blues" which plagued the Chevrolet Vega assembly plant at Lordstown, Ohio, two years ago. At the same time, however, GM will be using more robots on underbody subassembly. operations in an effort to keep assembly lines relatively erroc- free. Officially, Chevrolet has yet to acknowledge the company will build the mini-Chevy. But the trade newspaper American Metal Market said on Monday it had learned Fisher Body division's Grand Blanc plant will build the underbody line for the new car and will employ 22 robots. The 22 programmable industrial robots would be the largest number in any single sys- every Grove. town In except Prairie Prairie Grove, tem at GM town. Ford outside of Lords- is the aulomotiva leader in use of robots with about 35 at its Kansas City assembly plant. About 200,000 of the liny cars. which be roughly two- housing activity was up 50 per cent because in quarter of 1974 family dwellings said. The suit alleged that Love was negligent in failing to yield the right of way, failing to observe a stop sign, failing to keep his vehicle under control and failing to exercise ordinary care under existing circumstances. After the accidenl, Love was ADDRESS, ZIP, SIZE QTVFTT Miriwnirp Mm?l STYLE NUMBER. 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The service's six regions will b e ' divided into 13 districts, each managed by a special agent who will have a modest force to cover the district's investigative and law enforcement responsibilities. These responsibilities have been increased ijy Congress in recent years. charged with failure to yield the right-of-way. Municipal Judge Dean R. Morcly of North Little Rock reserved judgment in connection with the charge after Love pleaded no contest. Morely's ruling means that he withheld a final decision on the charge and probably will dismiss the charge if no other charges are filed within one year. against Love Geothermal Heal' WASHINGTON (AP) -- While Americans in general are just now waking up to the possibilities of gcothermal heat and power. Yellowstone Park buffalo have been benefiting from it for generations. A National Park Service report says that hot springs in the second two single- were built. The previous ye'ar in that quarter only one home was built. Fayetfeville's housing activity was down 52.9 per cent this past quarter from that of a year ago. During the second quarter, only 32 permits to build single- family residences were obtained. In 1973's second quarter, 36 single family residences, one duplex (two dwelling units) and 30 apartments were scheduled to he built. Springdale's construction activity was down 28.9 per cent from second quarter activity in 1973 with 62 instead of 68 single family residences built, one duplex (two dwelling units) instead of three built and none instead of 16 apartments built. The quarterly report noted a developing relationship between the rising housing costs and the number of additions or alterations to present homes. The number of additions of alterations to residences is greatly increasing In proportion to the number of permits issued to build new homes. thirds the size of a Vega, will be assembled at GM's Wilmington, Del., plant starting next summer, the trade paper said. Many observers believe that GM, by relying on more manual labor, not only will eliminate "blue-collar blues" problems, but also will be able to get into production with a lower initial capital investment and a quicker return of money. Hair Ruling WELLINGTON. New Zealand (AP) -- The Court of Appeals here has ruled that a school headmaster can suspend a pupil with long hair. The court dismissed an appeal by writer James Edward of Auckland whose son Philip refused to comply with school regulations on hair length. Charles J. McCarthy, headmaster of Onehunga High School, told 100 pupils that hair should not be over the eyebrows or collar bottom of ears. Though some or below the students re- the park sible for country's are largely the survival only wild rcspon of this buffalo herd. Reduced to 23 animals in 1901, the herd now numbers ,over 800. Odd Calf PRAGUE, Czechoslovakia (AP) -- A five-legged calf was not only born, but survived. Al a state farm near Oimer, Nova Bystrice,-a calf was born with five legs and veterinarians ex peeled it to die. It survived however, and at the age o three weeks weighed 14 pounds. quired a second directive, only 14-year-old Philip refused to iave his shoulder-length hair cut. After several refusals. Philip vas suspended, and his father ook the matter to court. Edward argued that hair ength was outside the headmaster's powers. The court Disagreed, ruling that a headmaster had the power of suspension and it was up to hi mto decide whether Philip had teen disobedient and whether it was a bad example for other.stu- dents.

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