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July 7, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 7, 1952
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t h e sfrirv g i v e n t o t h e Press in a statewide 'urvey. | The f i r s t break for Mr. and j are Mrs. Prospective Home B u i l d e r , I | however, came when the govern-! The relaxation of R e g u l a t i o n x | m e n t relaxed i!s restrictions on won't a f f e c t construction for a t ' h o w much you must pay down in j Four A r k a n s a s cities report c r i t - j f h a s e r s will be allowed to m a k e ' )une were $746,000. --'· ical housing shortages. But under |down p a y m e n t s 20 to 50 per cent Frank Harper, president of the the defense housing- production |'ess t h a n those now required un- Hot Springs Real Estate Board ! Mof Tlno act, u n i t s are being constructed der R e g u l a t i o n X. which was jn' s ! W r al estate sales in H o t ! ' Nv -" ' ' '" to a l l e v i a t e the condition. effect neary two years. j Springs were 20 per cent under - In ho New Construction, Both Residential And Commercial, Falling Off In Arkansas,Softened Purchase Controls Seen As Aid By H O W A R D CRAVES | T h a i s L i t t l e Ro'.'k-l/I'j-New construe- Associated t i o n -- t m l h r e s i d e n t i a l and commercial - i s on t h e wane in Arkansas. Real estate sales down. least a n o t h e r liO days, real estate Inrrlrr to build or purchase a new '·*' men say. Contractors say finances jhouse. I m are the blight in house b u i l d i n g . | Under t h e new orogram, p u r Four A r k a n s a s cities report crit- jchasers will be allowed to m a k e ical housing shortages. But under |down p a y m e n t s 20 to 50 per cem THANK GOODNESS ITS FIXtn- THE Pf/rWlp ~-i IOST WITHOUT Bit L ON IT i-~i MV WATCH W A S FIGHT i - *._^_. DOLL APS *S ST f The Arkansas bui with the notional pic- lure. Hume construction Is portedly booming n a t i o n a l l y . fact it is ncaring a m a r k of one m i l l i o n ne\v houses in 1952 expected to m a k e it easier AN6LEVATOR EMERGES PWOM TWE POOL AND DOOR IS OPENED 7V«N,THE WTER-TTGWT DOOR IS CLOSED AMD TUP CVLINOEH STARTS TO DESCEND E houses-- p a r t i c u l a r l y BUT -ME. REVIVED XSJWTO costly one.-. In a nut:;hell. here's a rundown on the b u i l d i n e . real estate and Keep teeth bright Chew Wriglry's Spearmint Gum. Chewing helps keep teeth bright, sweetens breath. OUT OUR WAY AN OLP FASHIONEP OARDUM GATE, A GIRL AMP A BOY AT THE EMP OF A PEEFECT WW...WHAT A CHARMIMCi SCEUU... THE FO.MP COOPNIGHT... I'P WANT Til' KISS TO BE !M TH' PARK.THOU6H MAYBE THAT'S WHAT THEY'RE WAITING FOR.' HOW A30UT A S. SAR5E? t"-".',S"i."V.TM.^ ' f OOP Ml OUT Before A orMrf/ ^--_JT^I--. .1 ·» · SAME MK. CKNUD 11= I »T»YUf»U.NIS«T PUTTING · n»Nt T06iTHE«, THEN F«U HSliEP TOMORROW IT. :1 WASN'T ONE IfXUST.YOI. YAHOOS: IT WA; MILUONI. A CLOUD Of THtM TTN SO WHAT/ LOCUSTS HAVE BEEN IN THIS rOUNTRY 6,000 YEARS. THEY C'N WAIT ANOTHE5 PAY. ES ONE IOCCST AUDI 3 BLACK SHEEP TRIPLETS 60RN To A EWE ON RIO GRANDE RANCH ncai- Cuzco. Peru ft ROCK 35 FEET HIGH HOLLOWED OUT 6Y THE INCAS TO STOQE RAJNWATER -SPICES OR SALT FOR 31 YEARS s Aw v *s BURIED IN A FLOWED FIELD 'l KNOW \ N L V t V; M1NP \\HM I n'AM ...BUTWMNSl HOlVVOHmilM U.NOW T. WIIY I I INI NEGOTIMtP \ III W-: PAW ,. w I O M ~ ' TMOu5^N^^.orll^l;n.'^M^^g. WHILE OOP A.NO roo?v «6T W1EB A HKTIC BIT Of AWEN1URIMC SET fXJT TOCtlTHEBSEIJ IN ON fiOME OF Tlltr WEALTH Of THF Ol IITN effect of Regulation X at scattered Arkansas points: Fayetteville -- Buildin? a c t i v i t y as adjudged by city construction permit records, has f a l l e n off con- A real estate spokes- siderably. man said city slower t h a n last year. property is a l i t t l e priority. Fred B. Mitchell, director of the Federal Housing Administration for Arkansas, said it would be at least 60 days before officials will know what effect the lifting of R e g u l a l i o n X will havs on construction. He said any new modi- in stim- .. r Hot Springs-- A S50.000 exten- Defense housing units are also nn to a hospital sent b u i l d i n g jscheduled for Bcnton and Cam- ' r ' 9S2 ' h r " U $913.000. Permits for 1951 through Arkadelphia. June were $746,000. Frank Harper, president of the Blu " "nd l i l d i n g o u t l o o k j t h o s e for the same period in Reduction is largely in residential f i e l d . Harper said it was too early j to feel any effect on the relaxa- ! To Be Trapped By Smart Cop N «w York-MVEach time police j l r i c d '" (ret near John Payden ion of R e g u l a t i o n X. , - - ---,,. Hope-- B u i l d i n g permits through j level topped only once in t h e past.M" n c 1. 1H52. totaled $164,000 as j ... - ....-·.. u u i m i- a yucn ' O f f i c i a l s say they douM the easier I compared to ^'I.OOO for the same j.vesterday, he threatened to j u m p lerms would c!o much to s t i m u l a t e · Period, in I: "* [from the roof of his Bronx home construction. t " " J - - - · · · · ·· · r-:--i... ... Rut the r e l a x a t i o n of Regulation , oo o s ronx home. El Dorado-- i";uilriinj! a c t i v i t y on i F i n a l l y , one of the officers sug- hout par with 1951. Permits is- [Rested: "How about a beer?" t h r o u g h May, 1952. totaled i "Sure." said Payden, 54 a stock ;"or m a n y people to buy and sell j $1,05(1,000 and through the same .appraiser. t h e m o r e Period in 1951, $1.047.000. Real I The policemen obtained the beer , . . . e e e e e r :state sales up in second quarter l a n d handed it up io Fayden. The a f t e r f a l l i n g off the first quarter lime it took him to drink it was just Ions enough for them to sneak I up a ladder behind him and grab r e i a x a - | h i m . Payden was taken to f 1952. Awail Notification O f f i c i a l n o t i f i c a t i o n o f r e i a x a - . y e n w a s take ion of Regulation X has not been j hospital for observation. received n l t h o u j h realtors feel I - · - - ' i f t i n g of restrictions may stimu- rt 1 late interest to some degree. I Kfjffar P a r a j o u l d - Lumber company f***P' representatives sav building ac- i v i t y up eight per cent over last i Many Butler Ford residents at- vear. Realtors say fall" business I lcndl?d the Fourth of July rodeo i l l increase sales. Realtor B. C. ..oyd. J r , says dairy business is enlarging activities. A r k a d e l p h i a -- C o n s t r u c t i o n of !the Reynolds A l u m i n u m plant ex- parade at Springdale. . Mr. and Mrs. Everett Anderson, jJr., and children of Fort Smith spent the weekend with Mr. An- I derson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Anderson. ST. Mr. and Mrs. Claude J. Graham visited Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Phil. H I D U/-IP 'pertert to bring in several hundred By J. K. William* amilies which w i l l rind the city . w i t h an acute housing shortage ....... ,,,,,I A federal housing project of 75 |' lps of w h i tner Sunday afternoon, units is ncarin* completion. Theyi Gfm «* Templcton of L i t t l e | w i l l provide l i v i n g quarters f o r " , · a s f u ^ n t a t t h e University, 'about 300 persons. Magnolia--Real estate dealers say b u i l d i n g down considerably over 1951. James Lucas, a broker, Isaid "The l i f t i n g of Regulation X , ,. i V | ,, , i will h e l p people of the lower in- -^---fj-!'.'.----· ~o ' eome bracket to get a home, if t h e pent t h e weekend with Mr. and Airs. Claude J. Graham. F r i d a y , Mr. and Mrs. Xzin McNeal arid daughter. Judy, of Fayetteville, were guests. Michael Upshaw of Fresno, Calif, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. a nome, it t n c "--j " -^"" » i-n. .mu banks and insurar-e rompanies | C l a u d c Graham, is a patient in a will buy the loans." j Fresno hospital. He is suffering j ? !from a heart disorder. He said b u i l d i n g progress down because of the credit restrictions and the i n a b i l i t y to place mortgage loans with banks and insurance companies. Rut a n o t h e r realtor, Loy England, said "in my opinion the re- j j m o v a l nf Regulation X will hurt ! the e x i s t i n g houses unless down ' p a y m e n t s are lowered." i Jonesboro -- Fire Chief Cecil! Densmore said, building permit On The Radio New York-UP)-Monday night: NBC--7, Gordon MacRae show; 7:30. Barlow Concert; 8, Don Voorhees Concert. CBS--7, Horatio Hornblowe.r; 8, u u i ^^ it Romance Drama. issued d u r i n g the first five months ABC--7. Henry Taylor Com- ' rnent; 7:30, Rex Maupin's Chicago of 1952 are down nearly 50 p e r 1 - . .· cent for the same period in 1951.' R e l a x a t i o n of Regulation x will be a considerable aid jn f i n a n c i n g smaller, lower cost homes. Home b u i l d i n g has slumped. Fine B l u f f -- H o u s i n g in great demand because of i n f l u x of i workers at Pine B l u f f Arsenal. A critical s i t u a t i o n exists both in siles and r e n t a l housing. F.xpect a ebirth in b u i l d i n g w i t h relaxation of Regulation X because builders can now meet down payments. FHA b u i l d i n g 458-unit defense housing project. Nearly 50 u n i t s are being b u i l t for Negro families. A shortage of m a t e r i a l s has been reported but with defense housing area, builders are able to gei * ·,, ' :3 °' KORH Wonderfully Versatile ^^^^^^^^^^·HM^ M3NDA1 NIGHT (t:0fl Dinner Music 6:15 Starlight Time 6:30 News 6:45 Ozark Sports Review 7:00 Wayne King Show 7:15 Gabriel Heatter--M 7:30 Rhythmic Rendezvous 7:45 Lombarrio on the Air 8:00 Gen. Douglas McArthur 8:30 Republican Convention 9:00 Republican Convention 9:30 R e p u b l i c a n Convention ' 10:00 Republican Convention 10:30 Republican Convention '* 11:00 Republican Convention 11:30 Sign Oft TUESDAY .MORNING 5:30 Rise N' Shine 5:50 R.F.D. 1450 6:00 Rise 'N-' Shine fi:'30 Markets and Weather 6:35 Rise N' Shine 7:0t Ki.ffc* Kun K.iperi 7:30 Mo-ninc News 7:45 Koffee Kuy Kaper! 8:00 Bob Hurleigh 8:15 Morning Devotion 8:30 TIMES Morning Edition 8:45 Holsum Gospel Hymns 9:00 Morning Melodies 9:15 Paula Stone Show 9:30 Queen for Day 8807 Ky Sue Burnett Your f a v o r i t e companion all -.a brief-sleeved rlaytimcr t h a t is easy to wear and care for. M a k e it in a glowing, tubbahle cotton, accented w i t h s p a r k l i n g w h i t e collar and pocket t r i m Pattern No. 8807 is a sew-rlte perforated p a t t e r n in sizes 12 M 16, 18, 20; 10, 42. Size M. Vi yards of 39-inch; '» yard t r i m . For t h i s pattern, send ,10c for EACH, in COINS, your name, ad- 1ro.v, siles rifoirriri, and the PATTERN N1IMRE11 to Sue Burnett Northwest Arkansas Times, 1150 Ave, Amerl.-as. New York M N Y Basic FASHION for ',12 is filled wan WMS te m«k* your clothw (uriher -- tlmr-Mvini ftonomlftl dMIfnn th«t »n to MW. Gift pintr* print* 10:00 Food for Thought 12:15 R a n d o m R h y t h m s 10:30 R e p u b l i c a n Convention 11:00 R h y t h m Ranch Hands 11:15 Stars On Parade 11:25 News 1 1 :30 Church of Chrjst 11:45 Musical R o u n d u p 11:55 Market Report TUESDAY AFTERNOON 12:00 Jonlanaires 12:15 News at Noon 12:30 Chuckwacon Jamboree 12:45 Riders of the Purple Sago 1:00 BASERAU. " " A l l Star r.amt 2:00 Something Old v 2.15 Something New 2:30 Something Borrowed 2:45 Something niiiQ 3:00 Swing Session .1:30 Tune Pirk'n Tim« 4:00 Tune Pick'n Timi «£0jrun» Pick'n Tlmi ..VOfl Calling Dr. KlMn» .V.lfl Sonus of the B-Bv-1 »:« C«cU Browi

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