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-47-Reol tttate-For Sale- WOODED and WONDERFUL! BY OWNER! B bdSUtKul. wooded artcs ill Northta.it lecllon, surrounded by ome of th« olty'i most protlglou* homei, Lovely . view. Only minulM from downtown. Ideal ille for your dr«km home or for development Phone 521-1077. SEVEN acres on Beaver I-ake, Good view. Phone Stay A Jump Ahead --of Inflation. 1'ay only H9.500 for this 3 bdr.. 2 bath home wllh fireplace and Icrcened -porch. Storage building, Large lot. Lots Of 47-Reol Estate-For Sale VOIt Sale: BO acres -- Ooshtn -- Mil aflrr 6:00 Inn., 4124038. In Bhutan Isolation Policy Said Fading NerthwAt Arkariias TIMES, Sunday, S«pt. 8, 1974 · 13B FAYITTCVILLl, ARKANSAS Twa Location! 2800 N. College. NW Ark. Plazs 521-7272 After 6 p.m. Oil Plaza Gallery it S21-727S ing, Lar ulct stn S Of pO- Tin« Fi- tcnllfll. Quiet street. kalhei *cr. 521-4303. lay Down $1,200 .... and thl* property la your*. Owner will carry the balance At less than £100.00 a month. A houte and small collage on 3 lots ju»t off Arch/bald Yell Blvd. Katharine Ftoer. 521-4303. No Closing Cosls pay equity and an*urn* loan, 3 bdr,, 2 bath, family room. Mparat* dining. Large rooms, 1050 «q. ft, plui double garage, Unutual touches to exterior. Katherlne Flier. 521-4303 like.a.Bicycle Built For Two ·· -- this home Is Just perfect for the two of you. Very neat and wel ,*· maintained. 2 Ixlr., bath, gold jinB[ carpet. 23.000 BTU air conditioner Conveniently located. Call Ken TiUman. 52l-«979. ; There Are 48 Miles of Shoreline.... -- on bEg Beaver Lake. You can own part of It. Wild cherry trees ; and all! City water and a well. 120x175. Right on the water. Call Ron Pyeatt. 521-27-14. D A V I S HAPPINESS IS. .,. No. 936. this 3 bedroom 2 bath brick homo on a half-acre that Is entirely fenced) Yard 'area Jn cludei iCorm cellar and ]arg« den Ifiot. Also close to good inf. 122,500. Call 121-T272, Lee Ward. THIMPHU, Bhutan (AP) -The Bhutanese year of Ihc wooden tiger may be a watershed in the history of Hie Land of Dragons. For centuries, Bhutan has followed a deliberate, systematic polioy of ' isolation that has earned the country the reputa- tion ot the world's last forbidden kingdom. But this reputation Is fading fast as Bhutan's rulers open the gates on the mountain nnsscs to foreigners and to modern civilization both good and had. Some Bhutanese see the leap into the 20th century as a ne- cessity to maintain individuality and independence; others Ihtnk it's unavoidable and have given up fighting the chunge. A narrow jungled valley wllh m a j e s t i c waterfalls, once dreaded by travelers on foot or mule because of preying tigers and big bears, is being scraped . «r- i flsh- NOW ON THE MARKET No, 1012. Thli lovely horn* i lo cated on the «lt i!d« ot Welt Fork In nn area that 1 * in demand. With 3 bedrooms, 2 bAth«, firepUce And tundeck, w« won't h«v« thii one Ion*. Priced «t J23,99S. Oil 5217272 or after houi John Crockett 761-2025. WHAT A VIEWI No, 979. Thit'i right! Thl« lovely hou«e J* In West Fork, but you on i»e th« UnlvMilty from the Inside of thlj 3 bedroom all-elec- irlo home with fireplace, or from the iundeck. But ot ill lJ the prlcel 122,795. Call 521-7Z72 ot »fter houn Polly Bell 751-7M2, Tax Cheats, Smugglers Face Lone Customs Man At Border 1617 N. College Offics 521-8660 Bryce Davia M2-S07I HOUSE -- Cflose in on 6o'x200' lot. Zoned R-2, -n.ci rard«n area, 115,000. Might consider Ml*. 6t . adjoining pn ptrly. " COUNTRY- LIVING : Lake Stqiioyah - - ',-t Acre with comfortable 3 or 4 bedroom home. Extra large living- dining room, kItch«n,wUh beautiful cabinets, range built-in, large closets, carpeting screened patio ·with patio grill, large garden area. r VA financing posible, Call for " marc Information. $21,500. HAPPY HOLLOW SCHOOL 2 Level neat home with either Z ; or three bedrooms, carpeted, win. dow air-condittoner, central heat enrage, on. corner lot. VA financing possible. ,$18,H». Kelley Bros. Ibr. Co. 442-2351 -- 442-5621 Nljht Phones: 756-3050. 789-47W (Collect) FISHING AT BACK DOOR' S Acres. 5 mile* out It Wwt. ) Bedrooms, fireplace, new home $19,300. Will conild«r tride. Phone 441-5928. BEQUETTE-,. . - ., . PERRY sX"fr* t , * i?-t~ "HOMES WITH THE PERSONAL TOUCH" New 3 bedroom homes with good financing available now ready In MBADOWBROOK FARM ADDITION. 443-3780 -- M2-259 sate. With Indian assistance, an $8.4 million hydroelectric project is being huilt. The majestic fortress and la- maistic monastery of Paro, built on a steep hillside, once overlooked a secluded valley with earth-colored houses and provided spiritual and physical protection for its inhabitants whose world ended at the next mountain pass. Today the fortress overlooks one of two-airfields In Bhutan, recently extended to 1,400 me- Lcrs to make it possible for tourist groups to land here. The roofs of almost every house In the Paro Valley, once covered willh wooden shingles and weighted down with rocks against the severe winds, are now covered with green or wine-red tin roofing. Bhutan's oldest Dzong -- fortress, seat of government and Buddhist monastery ail at once --· at the entrance to the Thimphu Valley faces long lines of army barracks -- ugly, long, whitewashed huts. MAJOR EFFORT The government has made n Weather Forecast Rain showers are Forecast in a Viand from New England to Virginia 'with showers .in southern Florida and the Gult Coast states wilh hurricane Carmen in their midsl. Showers are also forecast tor parts of Tennessee and Kentucky. The remainder ot the country should have fair weather. (AP Wircpholo) Grand Central Terminal Getting A Face Lift IK PRAIRIE drovt. Cmr 2 bedroom "home wilh fuU basement. Heavily shaded lot. Walk to school and town. Call 946-2515 for appointment. BY OWNER: Income properly, 17 aiwrt- xnenls, 3 year* old, food location. Priced , reasonably.- flood Bnftnelnl avllabl*. Phone 413-3516. 1972 · VOLKSWAGEN BUS 7-PaMengsr 1 , two tone paint, 4-ipeed transmission, radio, ml nice. . · Wheeler Motor Co, PHONE 443-3459 |fij 3244 N. College B* (Highway 71 North) ElBllillftlSllt'UNb I . (_. H ROOM inlereilln? older Mule npAr University. ^ baths, utility room, garden, trail trees. Can be divided. 4mBT. EXCELLENT condition, eight room hom-r nduslrial 2On* In Prairie drove on S3 Hltfmax, tot 200x201 II. F*«» 816893. White Bpao* D O B S XncreoM R*id«nblp Ot AU 1 1 THREE bedroom modern houie, 4 yesra old, on 5 acre.s 15 miles out of west Fork good community. £13,000 cash. Phone 839-3132 after 4:00 p.m. BY Owner: Best buy In FajrtttevLLle, three bedroom m b»th, nttarfied »ra«, brick 180x90 lot, assumable loan. 4428851. NEW 3 bedroom H4 f"th, carpeted on Lake Sequoyah P.oid near Baldwin total price *18,«X, »I,MO !o»n. Wjaeril, »1K month, call Don Wnfledlne S2L-S183 «:00- 6:Cfl or 4424153 after 6:00. 110 ACRES 7 miles southwest ol Fayeltevill eon 2*5 Hlway. Juat right for amaU tracU. Sell all or any part. j. D. NE1LI REAL ESTATE Rogera, Ark. Phone S36-374» CAFE doing flood business on square S bedroom Hvtnj rruartera upstatra, Ml 82I-S179 or 834-5236. ^^ Legal Notices WARNING OHDX.1t IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF WASHINGTON COUNTY, ARKANSAS V/IUIIU VVIIIIUI By VIVIAN BROWN The area around railroad stations can be pretty dreary, especially on weekends, and New York is planning to do something about it in the area o£ Grand Central Terminal. As a result, tourists in midtown New York may find their excitement in the streets if a forthcoming experiment proves successful. And it may go further than that -- a successful venture could provide the impetus to perk up other dismal ailroad areas in the United States. The experiment to put some ife in the area "when the office buildings' are closed" may rub off on the four hotels built over the railroad station, predicts Brian Corbell, who is guiding that aspect of it. "It the first event, the Portobello Rood flea market, is sue cesstul, there may other lairs flower shows, antique and clas sic car shows, and even some forms of entertainment in the streets," says Corbell, who described the present weekend at mosphere in the streets from 42nd to 47th Street when office I t r l l l l l l l U I U W I I uildings are closed as "pretl erie." In contrast, the streets r Paris and London arc fu places to be at night and wee! inds, he remr-rked. The fair, a takeoff of the f mous London flea market, leing sponsored by the city 'Jew York. A couple of hundre antiques dealers are expectc o accept the free space offere tor thir stalls. A number English dealers as well i 4ome authentic bobbies will I on hand to lend atmosphere he five-block .area, and the will be English-style snacks Ish and chips and the like. It all ties into Corbell's a signment as chief executive Realty Hotels, to take respon }ility for redeveloping the to lotels into "economically \ able and enjoyable places." ROMANTIC REVIVAL One will be romantically l vived, another will have a 1 by that looks like a park a still another will be crown with specie! service. Plans another are being "thoug out." Sitting In a hotel on weeken ·ininiiiinimmmiiiiiiPiiniiiiiiniiiiiniiMiiiiiiiMiifl ·HV f ^^ * m 1 ' f^ s a lonely business, Corbell maintains. You can go sightseeing, but on a weekend you might just like to dp something different. In assessing possibilities for refurbishing the hotels, officials are finding that some of their new ideas are really old ones -old drawings have been confirming their, opinions as they plan new restaurants, dancing and drink areas. They are making the usual discoveries in structure -- that a handsome ceiling and skylight has been covered with a false ceiling or hat partitions screen out some architectural embellishments to a total area. At the Biltmore, where millions of people have met under the famous clock, he says, they are refurbishing the main din- so that Its charm most attractive to major effort to give modern Bhutan a facelift in reverse lo restore some of its traditional features. But the temptations of practicality and lower costs seem Loo high. Tin roofs, power lines and noisy car horns echoing In the Himalayan valleys apparently are here to stay. Bhutanesc call their country Druk Yul, land of the mystic dragons of their Tantrlc Bud. dhist religion. They themselves are the Drukpas, the Dragon People. A ibusinessman in downtown Thimphu call his shop the "Druk Store." Some of the younger DrukriaA sit in the Thimpu Swiss Coffee House dressed in jeans higher- priced in Bhutan than in New York City, wearing colored T- shirls imprinted "Love" or with sergeant's stripes. Only within the massive walls of the Tashichho Dzong. seat ol Bhutan's government and Jhe chief lama, is the traditional Kho dress a must. It consists of a rninikimono that ends above the knee and is made of hand- woven cloth embroidered with good luck signs. Violation of the dress rule costs a $65 fine. By GKKGG HEKRINOTON NIGHTIIAWK, Wash. (AP) At this isolated and awesomely beautiful spot on the Canadian border, Warren Hood stands as America's first nhd last defense dgainst tax cheats and smugglers. Hood Is the U.S. Customs Service man here and the only resident at the border crossing. Hood works and lives here, 12 miles west of Orovllle ' in Okanogan County. A visitor's 'irst thought approaching the vehicle inspection station is :hat whoever has the job was .ransferred here as some sort of bureaucratic punishment. But that's not the case with Hood. He says he transferred to Nighlhawk four years ago because he wanted "to gel away from the rat race" and the Sweet Crass, Mont., border crossing. "I f i n d this a very Interesting job," Hood says. "There are no two · days alike because the people are different. I enjoy talking to them. Some people come through here and answer you with a 'yes' and a 'no' and a 'yes.' But the next guy tells you where he's heen, how many birds sing and see an occasional coyote." Hood, 63, is a trim, slightly built Air Force could pass for years younger. fish he's caught and what he thinks of Canada. That, to me, is interesting." Tiie Nighthawk border crossing station Is open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. A Canadian customs officer, working out of his in- retiree . who someone 10 ' On a typical summer week (lay, Hood said, 20 to 25 cars will pass through his horder station. A holiday weekend has brought as many as 68 and, ha says, there have been two or three snowy winter days in four years when no one has driven through. The light traffic flow would be oven lighter, Hood says, if everybody knew where they were going, "A good percentage of tha people think they're headed for Oroville" and accidentally get sidetracked through Nighthawk. As ho talked, a family ot ourisls from Louisiana traveling in a motor homo drove up. The driver asked Hood where he had missed the turn to Oroville. Hood said that while he en-, joys talking to the people, the vehicle inspections themselves are overwhelmingly routine. Occasionally, he says, he finds someone wilh m a r i j u a n a but has never found any hard narcotics. NOTHING BUT TIME Two young men dressed in grubby clothes drove up in a station wagon. Hood went spection station across the road, checks cars entering Canada while Hood checks, those entering the United States. At 5 o'clock every day they close ond padlock the gate across the road, forcing traffic to detour back around through Oroville, Wash., and Osoyoos, British Columbia. The Canadian guard drives to his home in Osoyoos like any other commuter at the end of the working day, leaving _ Hood alone on the high prairie in the shadow of nearby mountains. Hood lives just a few feet away In a single-story frame house that he rents from the U.S. government, unfurnished, for $110 a month. NOT FOR EVERYONE "Not everyone would want this job. Nor is this a job (or everyone," Hood says. "A lot of people couldn't stand this isola- through their car more thoroughly than he had the Loui- ·. slana family's vehicle. Tha youths would be Hood's last customers of the day and ha Vs. CH-74-7W Lois Ray Vlnson Defendant The Defendant Lola Ray VSnson Is warned to appear in thta Court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff in Hie above entitled cause. Witness my hand and seat of this Court this 14 day ol Aujasl. 1974. Alma Kollmeyer Chancery Clerk By Kaya Chappell D.c. (Seal) 4Tc 18, Zi, Bent. 1, 1 NEW HOMES FOR SALE Located 2 blocks west of South 71 Highway on corner Cato Spring* Rood and Emma Avenue and corner Cqlo Springs and Coleman Avenue. Will Be Open Saturday and Sunday Between T:30 and 4:00 p.m. Call Collect 524-4888 HARRISON DAVIS WE NEED HOMES TO SELL WE DO ALL THE WORK and put the CASHin yoiwhands. Wa have ready buyers and an energetic sales staff. LET US WORK FOR YOUI OLDER HOME IN CONVENIENT LOCATION H-175. This 2 bedrooml bath home U clo.! to SHDPPmO, SCHOOLS, ing room "will be women.". Its fine architectura touches,. gold bird and fruit fes toons, long dulled, will come to life along with its handsome ceiling and small, intimate railed balcony. And there are other things being considered, Corbell explained, as he fingered a trial table arrangement in the Madison Room where they especially aim for a gracious effect for the ladies. WHAT TO DO?. "., .Should we put candles on tables maybe with just the 35- f o p t-h i g h ceiling illtimi- By Senator Morris* Henry ·i i!in iiiiiinniinnip niiniiiiiiirarainiraiiiiitiiiniiiiiniiiimiii The General Assembly will be asked in January to liberalize he "Circuit Breaker" Act, which was enacted in 1973 to jrovidc property tax relief for housands of Arkansas citizens 65 years of age and older. The Circuit Breaker Act was jassed to allow persons on fixed ncomes .to obtain' a special slate income tax deduction or refund for'property taxes they had paid during the previous year in support of local government. The Act allows varying refunds based on the annual income of the eligible claimant. Many thousand Arkansas citizens were entitled this year to partial and total refunds for property taxes they paid during 1873. Two retired citizen's groups ONLY $14,000. LUIed by Mrs. Hammers. DEVELOPERS -- INVESTORS (PRICE HAS BEEN REDUCED) U-MJ A BAKOATN «t ONLY 510,500. and ADJACENT TO GREEN VALLEY ADDITION. 135x228 near |eV«I Mnd with mod«tdw«lU n g. Zoned for on« family dwelling BUT there are new APARTMENT conv plex«s near by on either side. VERY, VERY SPECIAL LOCATION are urging that the Act be liberalized. The 1973 Act requires that a claimant eligible :or a refund must own real estate and be 65 years of age or older. The proposed changes would make refunds available lo persons 62 years of age and older; and would allow a person . Bhutan's new king, Jigme iinghi Wangchuck, was formal- y enthroned June 3. He is IS years old -- one of the world's youngest ruling monarchs. He reflects both the. old and tjie ew. His people bow respectfullj when he walks in a robe of roy al yellow to a soccer field where ric dresses in shorts anc T-shirt to play as his' team 1 goalkeeper. The 5-foot-9 kin has the walk and figure of a middleweight boxer and the tion. I enjoy It. It's quiet. It's leaeeful out here. You enjoy :ie fresh air; you can hear the his hobbies -- horseback riding rough Bhutanese soccer anc archery. Despite his three years nateci should crystal chan- who rents to obtain relief or a refund in an amount up to 20 per cent of his 'gross rent laid during a given taxing year. Present assessed value is supposed to be 20 per cent of the fair market value of any piece of property. Advocates of change also seek D: Reduce the residency requirement which governs eligibility from two years to one year; I n c r e a s e t h e maximum allowable amount of an eligible claimant's income from $5,500 to $7,500 per year; and E s t a b l i s h o n e maximum benefit of $400 (or all claimants to replace, the existing set- of maximum benefits, the total of which decreases as the claimant's income rises. deliers be left to supplement table lighting.. .what kind of chairs would be suitable, comfortable and easy care. Should the tablecloth be white, gold, pink'. . .should the napkins match in a simple linen fold, a fan · fold or whatever..." he said as he went along. They, are also -studying Do!ley Madison's own recipes, he observed. In another hotel, they plan to focus on service, he says. In re- many scars on his betray age of and only secondary had nothing but time. He didn't find any unauthorized belongings. "You make an assessment about each car that comes through," Hood said. "I look for a quick picture based on the occupants, the vehicle and the contents and proceed from there." He said he just asks questions of about 30 per cent of- :hrse who pass through and ac- Lually looks through parts of the car on the other 70 per cent. Hood works 11 straight days and is then off for three. He usually goes to his vacation home near Spokane and the Customs Service sends a relict officer from Oroville. Hood wears' a pistol but says he has only had to use it to shoot rattlesnakes. %-Year-Old Says Business like Man, Must Have Character ; Iy to the inevitable question, e responded that "although it is something you should be able to get in every hotel, it is now the most difficult management test in New York. "Employes live in dense, noisy areas, their transportation is dense and noisy, their 1 environment is all hassle and it leaves an impact on the people," he explained, way they deal with other They can afford to solve it where the clientele will pay The changes would not effect more for extra service -- at current procedures, favored by local governments, which require payment of property taxes to the local county before an eligible person can get relief o ra refund from the state. I invite your comments. OPEN HOUSE INSIDE and OUTSIDE in GOOD HBFAIR. Lilted by Monroe Laner. ACREAGE £38k TSS^S%ffFTM£ffi iFJSeTby P "X FOUR BEDROOM BRICK HOME - H--468 That also ha« 2 baths, living room, kitchen WITH PtANCES den dining room AND family room. PLUS · 3 room J · rntnt wfih bath on Tower level, GOOD IXX3ATION -- GOOD LJAt*d by Mrs. Hammers. ' INVESTMENT RENTAL (ONLY $12,500) M--»7T FINANCING AVAILABLE on this 2 or b«droom. torn. NEAR UofA. Listed by Hal Modlin. LAWYERS-- INVESTORS--ET AL U--in 2 CONNECTED ONE STORY BR1CK BUILDINGS containing 1 25M si Ft AIR CONDITIONED FLOOR SPACE near iquir* and NEW FEDERAL BUILDING. Both building! occuplM by rtftporMible tenant* BUT lease may be canceled on 90 day* notice. UTLEY and Company, Inc. REALTOR On tha Square Sfnce 19O OFFICE 442-8241 this hotel, for example, they are providing belter employe locker areas, pleasant telephone operator rooms and cordial relations -- the message to get across will be: we care about our employes, we are all in this together. "In showing them that a guest is important we will stress that guests are important generally even in our homes. If a guest is at your door, you make sure there are no cigarette wrappers on the floor." and he hopes such acts rub off on other employes. Corbell picks up schooling in England, the king shows an astute grasp of the scr.ioeconomic, cultural and po irtcal problems of his country. He believes that contact will his people, \vhom he describes as "loyal and apolitical," is most imnorfant. $20 MILLION BUDGET Bhutan's current budget lo tals $20 million -- and 75 pe cent of this originates from outside sources, mostly India. "Since India offered her assistance in 1948. she has given generousy and liberally, but today the aid is not adequate in all fields," says Foreigin Minister Dawa Tsering. Aid from the United Nations Development Program, Japan, Singapore, Australia, and private Swiss sources supplements India assistance. Education ranks highest among this year's budget cx- pendilures. There are 92 schools with 1Z.OOO students. Fifty years ago there were only two schools. English is com: pulsory from the first year on. On the political scene, Bhutanese diplomats compared the role of their country to a small creature sleeping between two restless elephants. One is India, the big brother. In most aspects of her economic and international political life. Bhutan is dependent on In- WILMINGTON. Del. (AP) Ask J. Edgar Rhoads what it takes to make a good business these days and he'll tell you ;hat a company,. like a man, has got to have character. At 90, Rhoads is in a unique position to comment on what it is that makes a^uslness solid. He has spent more than 70 years working at J.E. Rhoads and Sons, a leather and indus^ trial belting firm listed by the Business Founding Date Directory as the oldest company in the country. I've never felt a desire for a get-rich-quick business," says Rhoads, a thin, soft-spoken man who still works each day. "So many of them go bad, or if they don't, they hurt other people. I think character is as important in business as in churches." Edgar Rhoads and his cousin, 65-year-old Richard H-. Rhoads, are the seventh generation of family members to manage the firm, founded in 1702. Like their ancestors, who fled England for the religious freedom offered in: the colony founded by William Penn, t h e Rhoads are Quakers. Rhoads leather was used in production of hoots, harness?; and other necessities of colonia life. Around the Civil War era industrial belting production be gan. In this century the family wrappers 4106 Seminole -- 4 Bedrooms 4105 Seminole -- 3 Bedrooms Two outstanding brick homes. Quality moterial -- expert workmanship -- Financing Great. Will trade for your equity in your present home. Come see the excitingly different homes at a Modest Price. Ju»t North of Lake Faxettevilla on Turner Street, East on Midland into Seminole Drive. Watch for Open House Signs. and other lilter when he sees it, ganee in that 1800-room hotel but they will put in extremely comfortable park-like seating. . They are not aiming for ele- Another hotel will get the full park treatment in the lobby. dia. The other elephant is China. "It is belter not to be too close to China," said the foreign minister, "out ouf relations are good.' Airline Service RICHMOND, Va. (AP) -- : Nearly 800 flights each day either arrive or depart from Virginia's two big airports, Washington National in Arlington and Dulles International in Fairfax. Twelve scheduled airlines, not counting several com. muter carriers, serve National and 16 serve Dulles, according to the Virginia Division of Industrial Development. produced some of the largesl industrial belts in the country some as large as 6 feet wide and 500 feet long. Not until the 1960s, when the emergence of synthetic mate rials pushed aside the impor tance of leather in the industri al belting field, did the Rhoad family finally abandon t h e i tanning operations. TIES BREAK But the Rhoads' traditions ties to leather started to brea down in the 1950s, when a ny on-reinforced German bell an other synthetic products hega making strong inroads on th market. Between 1951 and 195 their sales, which had peake at service to 3,000 companies dropped by half. Within 10 years, the compan REALTOR HOME PHONE Mr*. Hamm«r» .. 443-2083 Hoi Modlin 521-4108 H. U Utl«y 4424044 Experienced, Responsible Sales Representative)* FRONTIER REAL ESTATE 521-6700 1015 R College OPEN HOUSE 2.160 and 2177 WINWOOD DRIVE Sunday Afternoon From 1:00 to 6:00 p.m. Where Li Wlmvood Dr.f East on Highway 45 past Root Elementary School bill not so far past that It iin't within walking distance, turn North just past he Speedway rocery and lust before you come to Dillon* Family Center. Notice lh« convenient o t day a week «hoppin». Both of our featured homes offer 3 BR. 2 bath brick construction and have good asaumable loans. losed down its fanning vats nd abandoned its family own- rshlp and partnership form of nanagement. T h e business was in- orporated in 19fi5, but Richard, ho is chairman of the board, nd Edgar, chairman emeritus, ill own almost all of tha ock. Both men concede they are sely to he Ihe lasl generation play an active role in oper- ,itrg the family firm. A profes- onal team of managers now ake most of tiw day-to-day ecisions. A new emphasis on growth is Iso making a substantial reak with the company's past. Edgar, who set up the firm's Kemistry lab in 1903, also oints to development of ce- ts used to piece together trips of materials for the belts. He estimates that he person- illy developed 50 to 100 differ- nt glues, including the first waterproof cement, during his 0 years with the firm. He still pends much of his time experimenting wilh materials uited to synthetics. Others in the firm are work. ng on such things as development of a conveyor belt flexibla nough to go around corners. NO DIVERSITY Although the Rhoads havs purchased two smaller belting irms in recent years lo expand :heir operation, they have no ,lans lo diversify from their specialied production of indns- rial belts, tapes and packings or hydraulic and pneumatic equipment. They tried diversification in the 19IMs when they attempted to make flowerpots .from cohesive sawdust. The project ended a costly failure. We made a major mistake by trying to get into a completely different line . .. For a time it looked like it would go, but it flopped. That was a bad m i s t a k e , " says Richard Rhoads. "Since then we've s t a y e d pretty much in belts and tapes and it seems advisable lo slay in that field now." REALTOR Doug Hartley 442-6446 Bill Lazenby 521-5833 Lei Davis £21-4448 BAKER ASSOCIATES _ REALTORS REMT ° 1618 N. Coll«g». 521-1300 BEST BUY IN TOWNI Life*? new 3 bedorom 2 bath brick home with study, family room, fireplace, breafcfaat area, kitchen with ftll builtliU including seir cleanmf oven, utility room, double faratfs extra large fenced lot. You won't believe the price. Better hurry for this one! 4 BEDROOM Nearlng completion new all briclt horn* with family room with vaulted 'celling, fireplace, formal dining, breakfast room. utility room and double garage. Walking distance of Root School and In low $K'fc BUILDING SITES We have nice building lots all sUei and priced (5,000.00 up. One owner will finance to builder. HIGHWAY 45, EAST 27 acres of unimproved land "with ipring. Owner will finance. Reasonably priced. BUSINESS BUILDING Dickson Slrett property with approximately 5000 sq. ft. and will house 2 or 3 businesses or one larg* one. Owner will finance. WINWOOD DEVELOPMENT CO, 617 North College --521-4836 O. H. Gamle - 442-2734 Glenda Robertson - 442-5540 ' Mill! Hood-442-8157 · Helen Kirby-442-5063 Mildred Wlnbom - 521-6672

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