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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 3, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Realty transfers january 29,1974 High Point township Bank Safrit and wife to Dolores m. Whitaker property for Ait Avaunt. C. Poy Sherman at Al to Nawton bean lot High Point Westview subdivision. John h. Rochelle and Wile to Charles d. Stout and wife lot Emerywood Forest North. Robert d. Davis or. End Wile to Warren e. Comer lot Johnson place. Ode m. Caldwell it Al to Clyde Vav. Miller jr., lots Moon plat. Charles w. Pope it Al to Robert m. Hess it Al property 70 Morris St. Spence and Lester inc. To Beniamin g. Weathers and Wile lot Cambridge subdivision. Jamestown township Harvey g. Mitchelljr. And wife to George c. Crickmore jr., lots Sedgefield. Alan w. Cone it Al to Donald Setliff it Al s.454 acres . Highway 29-70. Diep River township Howard d. Payne to Howard Payne and Wile 19 251 acres Davis Road. Howard Payne it Al to Sidney a. Lenger and wife 19.001 acres state Road 1150. January 30,1974 High Point township Golden Johnson and wife to John Allred and wife lots Goldcrest develop ment no. 2. Edith b. Bush to Ella b. Bishop one half interest . Morgan property. Julian b. White and wife to r Wayne Mabe four tracts. Hillcrest drive. William h. Flythe and Wile to David Vav. Cole. James b. Williams to Ida b. Williams property new Road. Johnnie w. Gosnell or. And wife to Gary a. Regan and wife lots l. B. Badgers property. Ref inc. To Lester l. Wofford or. And Wile lots Eastover Park. Robert j. Wall or. And wife to Elmer l. Woods and wife lot Colony Park. Lester m. Ferguson to Joseph r. Nay and wife lot fieldstone. Jamestown township Paul m. Sherman and wife to h. Duncan Vail or. And wife lot Sedgefield. J. Roy Sullivan and wife to j. Wesley Scott and wife property . Highway 29a-70a. January 31,1974 High Point township Michael r. Bosch or. And wife to John s. Wad and wife lot Greenbriar at Oakview. Century development corp. To Security development co., lot win Haven acres. Claude s. Hinsonjr. And wife to Jackie w. Johnson and wife tot. Greenwood Hills and additional tract. Charles r. Allen end wife to Robert w. Campbell and wife lot. Forest Park. John l. Mckenna or. And wife to brokers inc., 23.02 acres Sunset drive. Julia t. Haithco to James a. Owenby it Al lot. Goldcrest development no. 2. C e peace and wife to Amos hosiery Mills inc., lot High Point development co. Property. Roy t. Cranford and Wile to Timothy e French and Wile lots Eastover Park. Vera m. Henderson to Billy n. Sykes lot College development. Harris realty co. To John Green and wife lot Hillsdale addition no. 2. Robert j. Nest or. And Wile to William r Bradshaw and Wile. Lot. Fieldstone. Westminster co. To Wilson l. King and wife lot Springfield Oaks. Jamestown township Peggy g h. Fogel to Myron a. Fogel lot Sedgefield. Security development co. To James w. Boldenjr. And wife lot windhover acres. Deep River township Harley d. Stafford end wife to Gary l. Stafford and wife. S 19 acres. Essie Duncan to triad partnership 45 31 acres. John a. Boren it Al to triad partnership is 332 acres. Vaughn and wife lot Gurley plot. L. White and wife lot. Marywood. February 1,1974 High Point township Floyd d. Menan and Wile to Edward n Post and Wile lot Emerywood West. Spence and Lester inc. To Marshall l. Crough and wife lot. Cambridge sub division. Equitable life Assurance society of the . To Evelyn m. Elhardt lot. Hamilton Forest Herbert b. Kennedy and wife to Wanda Kinney two tracts. Jackie w. Johnson and wife to Edwin l. Roberson and wife lots Clodfeiter and Miller tract. Jamestown township. Myron a. Fogel to Frederick b. Starr and wife lot Sedgefield. Howard d. Payne end wife to John c. Jones and wife lot Howard Payne farm. New Book tells How to build Homes for americans won High Point Enterprise sunday March 3,1974 ii us Kab i _ my a Ltd l. My Ai february 4,1974 High Point township j. C. Enetter and Wile to data r. Culbertson and Wile lots Oakview estates. B. C. Yountsjr. And wit to Ronny l. Stanley or. And wife lots maltose subdivision. B. C. Younts Iii end wife to Ronnie l. Stanley or. End Wile j. A. Arley plat Norwood lands. B. C. Yountsjr. And Wilt to Robert g. Vaughn end Wile lot Gurley plat. Leonard a. King or. And Wilt to Julius g. Parris and Wilt lot Colony Park. Susie Ann Allen to Fern a. Bowies it Al three tracts. Connie c. Mcmahan it Al to Kenneth a. Miller end wife property 1130 Eastchester or. Georg a. Stewart and Wile to George l. Whit end wit lot Emerywood. R. A. Phipps end son inc. To r. A. Phipps end wife lot Emerywood West. R. A. Phipps end son inc. To r. A. Phipps and wit lot Emerywood West. Jamestown township Stafford and Lackey inc. To Windsor m. Jacques and Wile lot Forestdale North. Raymond f. Ferabee to Michael d. Farabee Etel six acres secondary Road 1235. Deep River township James h. Marsh end wit to James h. Marsh part int Aras 222 acres. James h. Marsh and wit to Poratta j. Holt part interest 222 acres. Triad investment co. To Samuel j. King lot Ridge Industrial Park. February 5,1974 High Point township Jesse a. Proctor and wit to a. Kenneth Sampson or. End wife lots Sunnyvale. Nancy a. Sac rest to John d. Hagen of Johnson place. Ruby b. Patterson to Mayest co., lot Mon lieu and Lexington Avenue proper by. Rudolph t. Upton and wife to Charles a. Blackwood end wife lot Emerywood Forest. Cheries a. Blackwood and wit to Rudolph t. Upton and wife lot Field Crest. John a. Holbrook end wife to Robert w. Jock sch and wife lot Woodcrest Park. Mayest co. To Ruby b. Patterson lots Jacob Whit property and lot Johnson Street. Linda w. Dunkley to Fred Ivey end wife lot Melbourn Heights. Coil investments limited it Al to Singer Houser co. Lot Donald g. Glistrap property. Jamestown township Cedarwood inc. To Ivan e. Johnson and wife lots. Cedarwood. By Vivian Brown a new features writer we Are growing our own food building our own furniture making our own clothes and handcrafting decorative touches for our Homes As Early Man did but most people Are too timid to try their hand at building their own houses. If beavers and muskrats can do it Why can to we a build our own houses that is. Its All relative. Or should be. You should be Able to build most of a House yourself if you can measure a Board saw it correctly position it properly and Nail it in place. So says Charles d. Neal of Carbondale 111., a former professor of education at Southern Illinois University. He has built two houses from the ground up and shows How it is done in his new Book a do it yourself House building More than 600 photographs and drawings can help inspire the builder whether he chooses to build a one Story House Cabin weekend Retreat or garage. Neal suggests that a wife could be a Good Helper. And a Helper is needed for Many jobs a for example carrying 4 by 8 sheathing or Long pipes. If you can Bend and Cut electric wiring use a screwdriver and wrench properly you May not even need skilled labor in completing your building project Neal insists unless local codes require it. For those who hesitate to get involved because some aspects of building seem like a Maze of problems a a basement for example or a fireplace a these two projects Are made easier by the step by step pictures. Girders sewage draining system a screen for the Concrete and risers for basement stairs All seem to fall into place when thought of As individual projects. Ditto the fireplace and Chimney installation. Preparedness a the roster of decisions one must make before putting in the first forms for a foundation or nailing the first Board a May be the most important part of the building venture. Money time and trouble May All be saved by Early planning. Pointers suggested by Neal include. Building codes a will building in a particular Community make it necessary to hire licensed electricians or plumbers is a building permit needed. How big a House How much to spend you could be looking in the wrong Community. How big a House How much to spend you could be looking in the wrong Community. Tools for the Job a should you buy or rent them a $60 Extension ladder May rent for Only $2 a Day. It May be More economical to rent. How Long will it take to build the House easy does it Neal urges. Plan it carefully. For example if a basement is excavated and finished in the fall the ground will be dry in Spring when you want to begin building. If it is possible to live on the site the work can be expedited. Some people pitch tents or live in trailers at the site during this period. Expenses a cover All bases. Learn building costs in the Community you be hidden costs in interest loan the local tax out insurance costs in the proposed building areas. Will future improvements a sewers pavements a bring assessments. Financing a you May need help to determine How much you can afford to put into a Home. The author estimates that it is possible to save As much As 60 per cent of the total value of a House by building it yourself and this should receive some consideration from Banks. He advises too that a three bedroom House is a better investment than a one room House or a mansion which Are harder to sell. Advice on financing includes How much to pay for a building site available Loans mortgage specialists types of mortgages and what to do if you have no ready Cash. There Are More than 50 pointers listed to pursue when evaluating a building site. Neal recommends an architect As the Home planner and he provides advice on architecture with suggestions to choose a construction that you can afford and will feel competent to do. There Are suggestions on Reading drawings and blueprints. Good Protection offered by newest alarm system House plan ha817m, a five bedroom contemporary split level split entry Home features a raised living room perched above the two car garage which is located on ground level. There is a Large Balcony deck in front for outdoor living the Balcony Structure and the Brick Wall enclose another outdoor living area. A lower level Balcony is also provided off the front bedrooms which connects by Steps to the main deck. To enter this Home one must walk through wrought Iron Gates in the pierced Masony Wail under the protective Balcony and up to the front door. There the Balcony opens up to a two Story Shaft above. A rear set of stairs for its slight additional Cost completes traffic control throughout the Home. The lower level excluding the garage is 1246 Square feet the upper level excluding the deck is 1689 Square feet. Rudolph a. Matern 89 e. Jericho tpke., Mineola . 11501, designed the Home. Anyone interested in learning the Cost of the blueprint can write to Matern enclosing a stamped self addressed envelope for reply. Here a the answer by Vivian Brown a new features writer a new message transmission system is putting Low Cost Home Security within reach of subscribers in Large housing complexes and condominiums and in the matter of a few years whole communities May be guarded against intrusion fire and other emergencies by the alarm Hookup that sends coded messages to monitoring centers. So says Barry n. Horn of Milwaukee who devised the system which can be used even now by residential a Homes and businesses in close proximity to such complexes. Another aim is eventually to link single family residences in a plug in system of some sort. Heretofore most alarm systems have been expensive a available to the affluent or to the individual in housing complexes. But the new electronic capability makes it possible to link a Large number of subscribers a 12,672 a on one line give each one individual Protection and bring the Cost Down. It differs from Basic systems where each alarm is connected to a repeater station and feeds Back to a main station Over a trunk line. That Basic Security system has been Able to identify the station nearest the problem but it could not identify the origin of the alarm Horn explained. In solving that problem Horn maintains his patented system is a electronically an individual May be spotted at once As needing help. Horns system is Able to bypass the expense of Small capacity Telephone trunk lines by feeding alerts to a m building based relay station which sorts out the coded information and sends it by Telephone to the 24-hour monitoring station. In a Large Hookup this breakthrough makes it possible to provide the service for about $5 a month. A the system works like a giant octopus with 128 subscribers on each of 99 octopus feelers that can be fed into a monitoring station on one line. It could even be fed directly into a police station where monitoring is possible a explained Horn. At the main station the unit includes a computerized Printer storage facility for More than one signal at a time plus a standby Generator to take Over in the event of a Power emergency. Coded tone signals Are automatically interpreted in numbers and letters printed As a permanent record of the progression of events including the Date and exact minute of the intrusion fire or other emergency. Such messages can be recorded every four tenths of a second. The computer printout is useful also in furnishing Documental evidence to Law enforcement agencies insurance adjusters and others. Horn the 32-year-old president of Dat alarm was an installer of communications and alarm systems for three years after studying electrical engineering at the Milwaukee school of engineering. He devised the present system and applied for his Patent when he was Given the Opportunity to custom plan a Security system in a Large resort which included apartments shopping centers and recreation facilities. There is no limit to where the idea can go he says. It has All sorts of san Goffs. A a we can program a door panel for 20 combinations of coded a keys that will open a door and at the same time provide a coded message that tells who opened the door what time it was opened and who entered Standard hardware devices made by Many manufacturers May be used with his system Horn explained. Sears Chain link fencing q. A i have never painted a room in my life but expect to take the plunge soon. I have read that brushes used with Oil paint can be suspended in turpentine if they Are to be used again within a few hours or the next Day. How can this be done without the bristles touching the Bottom of the Container and getting Bent a. A there Are several ways. One of the most popular is to Drill a Hole through the wooden handle and run a wire through the Hole so that it can be placed on two sides of the can or pail or Jar. Put Only enough turpentine or Mineral spirits in the Container for most of the bristles to be covered. Another Good method is to use one of the Small Metal clips sold in most hardware and paint stores. It fits on the Edge of the can and holds the Brush in place so that the bristles do not reach the q. A i bought some Wood stain the other Day after selecting the right color from a Wood Sample the dealer had on hand. When i applied it to the object i was staining it came out a lot Darker. Why done to the dealers use a Sample that shows the True color a. A the samples used by the dealer show the True colors of the stain on the particular pieces of Wood being used. But stains take differently on different kinds of Wood although the general color is similar. What the user must do is to test the stain on a scrap piece of the same Wood he is using in the project. If it is too dark he knows that he must wipe it immediately after applying it to bring it to a lighter Shade. If it is too Light he must leave it on somewhat longer. In other words the intensity of the stain can be regulated by the amount of time it is left on the Wood before being wiped. Another method of regulation that is used with an Oil stain is to add a Little turpentine to make it lighter. Q. A some months ago we had two of the rooms in our House painted. I kibitzer a bit and noticed that the Painter mixed vinegar with the water he used in making plaster for a Wall Patch. I did no to think about it at the time but now that i have to do some plaster Patching i wonder Why he used vinegar in the mixture. A. A the vinegar was used to prevent the Patching plaster from hardening too quickly. With most types of compound however the drying time need not be retarded. Read the directions on the package of the product you use. Q. A i will soon be working on a Wood project which will require a considerable amount of gluing. Since the pieces will be difficult to Clamp together i plan to use Contact. I have never used it before. Is there anything special i should know a. A after applying Contact Cement to the pieces to be joined the Cement must be allowed to dry a few minutes until it can be touched lightly without coming off on your fingers. Even More important than that is the necessity of bringing the piece together exactly As desired of you done to the pieces will cling together so securely that you May have difficulty getting them apart. Should that occur you then will have to scrape off the old Cement and Start All Over again. Devoe paints a the colors of the 70 so All colors All paints All accessories Wall covering-1 Oun i s to Tiu it on sat. To i Wal i Mal Imai Complete lines of thousands of Wall covering patterns and Ching fabrics from loading manufacturers q. A to Settle a dispute is the galvanized covering on Metal gutters aluminium or paint a. A neither. Its Zinc. Larkins 2821 Westchester or. Corner of English Road paint and Wall covering Call 882-2721 free estimates commercial residential a guaranteed installation by Sears authorized installers phone 885-4051 convenient credit plan big. Big results Are yours with Enterprise want ads for fast results Call 885-2177 and we will come and see your lot and leave the exact Complete Price with you. No one can accurately Price your Fence without seeing your lot. 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