Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 23, 1974 · Page 11
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September 23, 1974 (ARKJ Sf AR Page UGAL NOTICE PelJlibii of Ihe voled Up6ft ** at Eleciibii on Ma* 5, 19*4) tMif iATiVE PETITION THfi HONORABLE BRYANT, SEGRE, l OF STATE OF THE It ATE OF ARKANSAS We, the tiridetsigtied legal 9 fttets of fhe Siale of Afkan- '«, respectfully propose the fcOiowirtg Amendment to the SS&n ° f th * siate ' i6 «ii! (popular Name) AMEKDMENT TO AUTHOR- f7E THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY TO FIX MAXIMUM LAWFUL HATES OF INTEREST (Ballot Title) AN AMENDMENT TO AUTHORIZE THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY TO FIX MAX- fMUM LAWFUL RATES OF INTEREST BY AMENDING SECTION 13 OF ARTICLE XIX OF THE ARKANSAS CONSTITUTION OF 1874 SO THAT AS AMENDED SECTION 13 WILL PROVIDE THAT THE MAXIMUM LAWFUL RATE OF INTEREST, EXCEPT WHEN THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY SHALL OTHERWISE PROVIDE, SHALL BE TEN PERCENT PER ANNUM; THAT ALL CONTRACTS FOR AN UNLAWFUL RATE OF INTEREST SHALL BE VOID AS TO PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST; AND THAT WHEN NO RATE OF INTEREST IS AGREED UPON THE RATE SHALL BE SIX PERCENT PER ANNUM. BE IT ORDAINED BY TPIE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF ARKANSAS THAT THE FOLLOWING SHALL BE AN AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION: Section 1. Section 13 of Article XIX of the Arkansas Constitution of 1874 be and the same is hereby amended to read as follows: All contracts for an unlawful rate of interest shall be void as to principal and interest. The maximum lawful rate of interest, except when the General Assembly shall otherwise provide, shall be ten percent per annum. When no rate of interest is agreed upon the rate shall be six percent per annum. and by this, our petition, order that the same be submitted to the people L " said state, to the end that the same may be adopted or rejected by the vote of the legal voters of said state at the regular general election to be held in said state on the 5th day of November, 1974, and each of us for himself says: I have personally signed this petition; I am a legal voter of the State of Arkansas and my residence, post office address and voting precinct are correctly written after my name. Filed in the Office of the Secretary of State on June 28, 1974. KELLY BRYANT Secretary of Stale State of Arkansas Sept. 9, 23; Oct. 7, 21; 1974 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF COMMISSIONER'S SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That in pursuance of the authority and directions contained in the decretal order '"f the Chancery Court of Hempstead County, Arkansas, made and entered on the 12th day of September, 1974, in a certain cause then pending (herein between Opal B. Clark etal, Plaintiffs, and Troy Bobo et al, Defendants, the undersigned as Commissioner of said Court will offer for sale at public vendue to the highest bidder, at the front door or entrance to the Court House in the City of Hope, in Hempstead County, Arkansas, within the hours for judicial sales, on Friday, October 11, 1974, the surface rights to the following described real estate, to-wit: The Northwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter (NWV4 SWV<), the Southeast Quarter of *e Southwest Quarter (SEVt s Wy«), and the Southwest Quarter of the Southeast Quarter (SWy 4 SEV*)-*!! in Secition Thirteen (13), Township Fourteen (14) South, Range Twenty-five (25) West, containing 120 acres, more or fess. TERMS OF SALE: On a cr edit of three months, the Purchaser being required to execute a bond as required by jaw and the decree of said court * said cause with approved security, bearing interest at the ^e of s« p,er centipi (6 per ^nt) per annum from date of $tfe until paid, and a lien being Stained on the premises sold to the payment of the purchase money. GtVEfr under my hand this 12th day of September, 1974. LEONA COLE, Commissioner Sept. 16, 23; 1974 a~~,-,. ... j---^,,. y.-.-.-^-....,.^^ ^ LEGAL NOTICE j--•---• - r - •- .-...-.....-..^._. .... ..^ ._ IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF HEMPSTEAD COUNTY ARKANSAS FRANKS PETROLEUM INC PLAINTIFF VS. JAMES B, WEYMOUTH, OR IF HE IS DECEASED, THE WIDOW AND HEIRS Of JAMES B. WEYMOUTH, WHOSE NAMES ARE UNKNOWN TO PLAINTIFF, AND MRS. JAMES B, WEYMOUTH, ms WIFE; AND ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, DEFENDANTS NO:E-74-199 WARNING ORDER The Defendant, James B. Weymouth, or if he is deceased, the widow and heirs of James B. Weymouth, whose names are unknown to Plaintiff, and Mrs. James B. Weymouth, his wife; and all whom it may concern, are hereby warned to appear in this Court within thirty (30) days and answer the Complaint of Franks Petroleum Inc., the Plaintiff, and upon their failure to do so, said Complaint will be taken as confessed. WITNESS my hand as Clerk of the Chancery Court of Hempstead County, Arkansas, and the seal of said Court, this llth day of September, 1974, LEONA COLE Clerk BONNIE LIVELY, D.C. Sept. 16, 23,30, Oct. 7; 1974 Court Docket CASES FILED IN CHANCERY AND CIVIL COURT Gwendolyn Ragland Purnell vs Albert Purnell Martha L. Green vs O.D. Green Franks Petroleum, Inc vs James B. Weymouth, Estate City of Hope vs Interstate Soil Stabilizers & W.C. Lee Co. Ruth Castillo vs Miguel Castillo Earnest D. Thompson vs Emmer G. Thompson Hettie Lois Adney Rivers vs Bobby Rivers Michael C. Salisbury, a minor vs Ex Parte Gunter Farms, Inc vs Chore Time Equipment, Inc, et al Doris Ann Gaither McCown vs Foremost Life Insurance Co., Commercial Credit Corp. vs John Yarbrough and Shirely Yarbrough Luke Biddle d-b-a Luke's Plumbing vs R.D. Phillips Alice Faye Briney vs Tommy Gene Goza Odie C. Jones vs. Bulk Transport, Inc, et al MARRIAGES Otha P. Simmons, Hope to Clara Bell Simmons, Hope William R. Vines, Hope to Naida Earl Patton, Hope Terry Dixon, Hope to Sheila McMorris, Hope Jimmy Don Rosenbaum, Washington, to Linda Self, Hope Dwight H. Odom, Hope to Mauree Cagle, Prescott James Chester Murry, Hope to Sarah Nash, Hope ENPING speculation that he might step down as chitf executive officer of the International Telephone and Telegraph Corp., Harold S. Ge- neeo announced he has signed a two-year contract. The 64-year old chairman was paid 8430,299 last year, exclu<linga $411 ' ooobottu$> Continued rains flood lower Texas Pilot strike is called off By The Associated Press Rainy weather that has saturated much of West Texas and southern New Mexico the past week continued to soak the already waterlogged region today. Since last Tuesday, Hope, N.M., had received nearly seven inches of rain. Flash flood watches contin* ued in effect in portions of Southwest Texas and New Mexico. Overflows from the rains caused flooding of the Lower Valley area southeast of El Paso and some residents were evacuated. Water was reported knee deep to chest high in the Cedar Grove area adjoining El Paso. Coins stolen from phones LITTLE ROCK (AP) - More than $10,000 has been stolen during the past 18 months from coin telephones operated by Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. in Arkansas. Several arrests have been made in connection with the break-ins that authorities say also are affecting five neighboring states. The investigation is continuing by state police in Arkansas, Tennessee, Missouri, Mississippi, Texas and Kentucky. Authorities said the manufacture of a tool called a "puller" or "pusher" has been used to break into the telephone coin boxes and that it was traced to a tool and die maker in North Little Rock. The man confirmed that he made such a tool but did not know what it was to be used for, authorities said. The tallest block of apartments in the world is Lake Point Towers of 70 .stories, 645 feet high, in Chicago, THE A FAMILY* LAWYER Motel and Your Car Melvin's restful night at a motel came to a jarring end when he looked out the window in the morning. His car, which he had parked just outside the room, had disappeared. In fact, he never saw it again. In due course, he tried to collect reimbursement from the management of the motel. "I was their guest," he argued in a court hearing, "and my car was on their premises. Therefore, they are. legally liable for the loss." However, the court tossed out Melvin's claim. The court said his argument did not stand up because he had never turned over possession of the car to the management. He had parked the car himself and kept the keys in his pocket. It is true that motels—and hotels as well—bear a substantial responsibility for the property of their guests. This rule dates all the way back to the Middle Ages in England, when inns were considered a kind of safety zone for the travelling public. But the rule does not go into effect until the property has been transferred to the possession of the management. In the case of automobiles, possession is ordinarily transferred when the guest surrenders his keys to a company employee. The exact moment of transfer may become crucial. One woman left her car at the entrance to a hotel and went in to register. When the bellboy asked her for the keys, she replied that she had left them in the ignition.- Shortly afterward, a thief slipped into the car and made off with it. Had the woman delivered possession of the car to the hotel management, making it responsible for her loss? A court said yes, even though the keys had never been physically handed over to the bellboy. The court said the woman's words had given him the right to take possession of the car—and along with the right went the responsibility. An American Bar Association public service feature by Will Bernard. £> 1974 American Bar Association there were also reports of the Rio Grande flooding dowm stream from El Paso. Early today more rains were scattered alohg the southern California region and another shower system was reported along Florida and the Atlantic Coast. Elsewhere across the nation frost warnings were in effect from northern Missouri and eastern Iowa to the interior of eastern New Vofk. temperatures in early morning ranged.from 27 degrees at Marquette, Mich., to 84 degrees at Needles, Calif. Conditions elsewhere: Anchorage 48 cloudy, Atlanta 57 clear, Boston 54 cloudy, Buffalo 38 clear, Chicago 40 clear, Cincinnati 43 clear, Cleveland 43 cloudy, Dallas 60 clear, Denver 53 clear, Detroit 31 clear, Honolulu 80 cloudy* Indianapolis 38 clear, Kansas City 54 clear, Los Angeles .67 clear, Louisville 43 clear, Indianapolis-St. Paul 54 cloudy, Nashville 48 clear, New York 54 cloudy, Philadelphia 54 clear, Phoenix 79 clear, Pittsburgh 43 clear, St. Louis 41 clear, San francisco 54, partly cloudy, Seattle 63, clear, Wash* ington 59, cloudy. ^aSS^ DAi-LAS, f ex. (AP) - iff international planes re* turned to the skies early today after the company and its pilots agreed lo submit a labor dis* pule to a fact-finding board. A 48-hour pilot Strike was called off when representatives of Braniff and its 1,328 pilots sent the unresolved issue of wages and retirement benefits to a board to be selected by the airline and the Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA). The agreement was signed Oft Sunday. Pilots struck at ttiid- night Friday. Braniff was to resume 1 it$ §lf daily flights from cities 6ft a 30,600-mile route system iff the United States, Mexico and South America with a 6:15 a.m. flight from Dalias-Foft Worth Airport to Wichita, Kan. Braniff Vice President JefS Cox estimated the strike cost the airline $15 million in revenues. mm,eM>~. -i ' «*wwsi** jHmmmm*. f .« M.,, laitmmtw^vm* •**msaoumnwmw\mm* l m*- ..» •^•KWU.I . M,MU IN \_ •« FINEST FROZEN FOODS at DISCOUNT PRICES r «K..<mm...mmv mm^essmi*tm»^<?r«*^.m*r „ j•*' . i xiiiii« '••• m*nmmm*i «' hi i>^Pni'inipMi <««•><*. 5** r ^* There's a huge variety in our frozen food cases rind many of the foods arc Safeway's own brands. Among them: Bel-air. 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CO £ Shank Portion! .. ^^ ^* *• Water Added «MMx»»LP> Bel-air Quality Frozen Waffles Quick and Easy to Prepare . . . Try Some! 5-Ounce Pkgs. 349 THESE LOW PRICES EVERY DAY White Bread MrsWrl9h ' 5 Mb. 2-oz. Oven Fresh loaf 37< Mb. «ft e loaf w7 Mb. Mn t loaf *tw Skylark Buns Multi-Grain Bread French Bread 0^5 s^ e Apple Turnovers wrUt, } l' 0 %' 59 C C AppleStreudel^ ghts Wr 59 s Onion Bread ream Lucerne Brand M's Really Good! H-Galion Ctn. Fresh Corn $ i Full Golden Sweet Ears Buy Several/ 10 Red Potatoes **•••*»*•»••»*•«* 99 c SSS Keebler Cookies Grahams Frozen Dinners Vienna Sausage Mixed Vegetables Worcestershire Sauce Chunk Style Tunap-ycLned Beef'0'6ett«c ah n fBoyADee Boned Chicken Pkg. 13-Qz. Pkg. 67« 67' 19« fci. "S?74« Canned, Our Low Price.. Tin 49 Sweet Sue, It's Really Good! Tin 11 FEW AY Prices Effecrrve Thru Sept. 25, at Your HOPE Safeway Discount.

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