Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 2, 1974 · Page 9
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 9

Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 2, 1974
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Vednesday, October 2, 1974 HOPE STAH Page Nine LEGAL NOTICE Fdtfd osts IN THE CHANCERY COURT [OF HEMfSTEAD COUNTY, ARKANSAS SHIRLEY G. HULSE, OR1N L. GlBSOK, NELL W. GIBSON AND GILES A GIBSON, £LAINltfFS VS. JOHN M. MOORE, K.E. JENNINGS, WILL ELLIOTT, AND CHARLES N1LES IGROSEVERNOR, Hi, DEFENDANTS. NOTICE NO. E-74-212 NOTICE is hereby given that there has been filed in the Of* fice of the Clerk of the Chancery i Court of Hempstead County, Arkansas a Petition to Quiet in Shirley G, Hulse the title to the following described lands in Hempstead County, Arkansas: The Northeast Quarter of the Northeast (NEV4 NEV4) of Section 21, Township 14 South Range 25 West. Any and all persons claiming said lands, or any interest therein, including the above named Defendant, John M. Moore, or his heirs, successors or assigns, are hereby notified and warned to appear in said Court on the 6th day of November, 1974 at 9:00 o'clock A.M. and show cause why the title to the said lands should not be confirmed in Shirley G. Hulse. WITNESS my hand and seal as Clerk of the Chancery Court on this the 30th day of September, 1974. Leona Cole CHANCERY CLERK By Kathy Voss D.C. Oct. 2, 9; 1974 Schoolplan commended LITTLE ROCK (AP) Judge Gi Thomas Eisele of U.S. District Court commended the North Little Rock School Board and school officials Tuesday for their new regulations governing suspensions and expulsions of students. John W. Walker of Little i Rock, attorney for seven black students suspended after a racial disturbanee-atNortiHlittle Rock Northeast High School Sept. 13, filed a suit Sept. 19 alleging that the regulations under which his clients had been suspended were unconstitutional. Walker said the regulations did not provide the right to due process and were administered in a racially discriminatory manner. On that same day, Gary P. Barket, attorney for one of the white students suspended after the incident, filed a lawsuit making essentially the same argument as Walker without the allegation of racial discrimination. Eisele said after a hearing on the suits last week that the existing procedures under which the eight students had been suspended were clearly in- adquate. He gave North Little Rock school officials until last Friday to promulgate regulations meeting constitutional standards. Eisele said Tuesday he thought the new rules were i "far superior to any existing in the state at the present time." However, he suggested that suspensions that lasted more I than 10 school days might receive the same review as ex| pulsions. The new rules provide that if la suspension exceeds four school days, it will be reviewed, at the parent's request, I by the assistant superintendent I for student affairs. In cases of expulsions, a stu- | dent's parent must receive no- Itice under the new rules that a I recommendation has been I made to the board to expel Ihim. The notice is to include 1 the reasons for the recommen- Idation and when the board will (consider it. At the hearing, the superintendent "may present" evi- Idence and the student may •present witnesses and evidence lin his own behalf, the new I regulations say. I Eisele suggested that the no- Itice of the expulsion recommen- Idatum also should be sent to I the student because he said, in [some cases, the parents might be indifferent. He also suggested that the wording m the regulations be changed to reflect that the superintendent not only "may present" evidence but actually must present evidence to support an expulsion recommendation. WASHINGTON (AP) - Food price increases in 1975 may top Current predictions bseaase of ;killer frosts in Midwestern corn and soybean areas, Agriculture Department sources say. Reduced corn and soybean crops can produce higher prices for meat, poultry and dairy products, because the two crops are used ih feed for livestock. One Agricultuf e Department source, who asked not be identified, said an estimate by Agriculture Secretary Earl L. Butz that food prices may rise 8 to 10 per cent next year could be conservative if damage to fall flops is extensive. "Until this latest weather trouble some were thinking retail food prices might go up 3 of 4 per cent each quarter during the first half df next year," another department official said. In other economic news Tuesday: —A 5.5 per cent pay raise went into effect for 3.5 million federal workers. President Ford had sought to delay the increase Until Jan. 1 but was overruled by the Senate. —The Civil Aeronautics Board approved afl air fare discount plan f6f United Airlines' that would cut some fares by 25 percent. The new fares are for midweek flights between cities at least 1,500 miles apart and will be m effect Oct. 15 to March 13 except Christmas and Thanksgiving, the plati would cut coach fare between Chicago and Los Angeles, for example^ from $280 to $210. —Presidential. Press Secretary Ron NesSen said the White House is not considering gasoline rationing. . —The estimated cost of ma- jot military weapons increased ' $16.9 billion in the three months ended in June, mainly because > of inflation, the Pentagon' disclosed. ; Meantime, USDA said in a report Tuesday that, "the growing season came to an end tot ; . much of this year's corn crop" as the result of early frost the ' nights of Sept. 21 and 22, *'• Frosts also stopped soybean *• development in the Midwest, raising concern that the harvest will be reduced further. '>' A revised report on the ?974 harvest, however, is .not ;v planned by USDA until Oct. 10, reflecting ctop,conditions as of the first ot the month. Ute , planting tast spring and drought !rt the summer already have reduced prospects faf below Indications sin months ago. Department officials have predicted retail food prices total! of 1974 will average 16 to 17 per cent higher than they did last year when they showed a 14.5 per cent gain over 1972. Butz told a news conference Aug 26, "we don't anticipate anything like a 10 per cent increase" in food prices -next year. He said again this week an 8 to 10 per cent increase lilloVO «l»j *•*»•>j »s*» » «* ••»" ~sa ' solid pr lee estimates tor .all of Under New Management Owner Doimld Smith ^_^ 91713rd $t» Reg.U.SJPut.Off.Am.'D.Q.&*P' I Am.D.Q.Corp. Dairy Queen ,tV. REVOLVACCOUNT • LAY-AWAY BANKAMERICARD • CASH • MASTER CHARGE 600 N. HERVEY ST. Prices Good Thru Saturday, Oct. 5th ELECTRIC • CHIME CLOCK U ! 1 Walnut finish case, antique gold finished hands, embossed metal dial features carved roses. #37-6770- Chimes once on the hour and half 501 hour. Size 10-1/2" x 6-3/4 . •HAMILTON BEACH CORN POPPER Aluminum. Self-buttering. 4 Qt. capacity. 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We Will Be ^L Happy To | Refund Your Money ^ • If You Are Not " | . Sitislied Wiln j Your Purchase § Jr SHOP and SAVE TODAY Quilted COMFORTER 68"x 80" Assorted country florals and country patchwork covering. Dacron ® Polyester filled with White < knit lining. GREAT VALUES c. $499 Modern nursery hamper t playfully designed in the shape of a big baby bottle. 40 Qt. 3 Ft. high. —_ Assorted colors. _•_ EACH Assorted Nursery LAMPS Consists of 8 styles with novelty nursery characters. Perfect for a little girls' or boys' bedroom. EACH #700R

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