Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 14, 1976 · Page 23
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 23

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 14, 1976
Page 23
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24 Norlliwesl Arkonsos TIMES, Wot)., April 14, 1976 FAMVlTV.VILLK. A K K A N S A R ACQUN Petition Seeking Meeting Is Dismissed : LITTLE ROCK (Al 1 ) -- A petition was dismissed Tuesday Asking that two Pulaski Coiv.ily officials bo compelled lo meet with Arkansas Community Organizations for Reform Now to \\\ lax assessments on the tangible assets of tlie county's financial institutions. " Six ACORN members filed the circuit court petition April HindsviSle Man Killed In Wreck ELAINE. Ark. CAP) - Two persons were kilted Tuesday when tho truck in which they \vere riding ran off Arkansas -J4 and crashed into n ditch. * State Police identified the victims as James Brotherton. 46. of North Little Rock and James A. Bell, 50, of Hindsville (Madison County), ; State Police said Broth,erion vyas the driver of the north- br'-:--d truck which crossed the Highw ay a nd overt urned ii d i-"h. Police said Brotherton ami Bell were thrown from the vehicle. G, saying that Tax Assessor L,| Tcdford ,Jr. and County Clerk Cliarlcs F. Jackson hail refused earlier thai dr · to neet with six ACORN' members. The ACORN' met \\tcvn had filed with Jackson t e Dec, 31. 197-1. Mnnncinl state \ents pub- tished by the instil itions and with (hern claims Fo a finder's Fee based -on the axes they said could be collected by assessing the intangibles. The six'said I hey were follow-, (MR a state law t h a t says some- otic besides an assessor who finds nnassesscd property .may report it to the county, claim n finder's fee and meet \vttti the assessor nnd county clerk to fix ihc assessment. Judge Warren K. Wood issued his ruling after, a 30-mtn- ute hearing. He said the kind of court order the six were seek- ng legally could be issued on!y where an aggrieved person has an established right by law to' have a public official act but the official refuses to do so. : . Judge Wood siiid Uio issue was more complex Iban Clint tind the courts probably would be hearing litigation for years on the question of assessing'in- tangibles, lie also snid lliu luw Hie pelilioners were using stales Chat the mmssessed property must bo described completely and accurately, and tic said the six had not done that. Bank Robbed i LITTLE HOCK (AP) -- Police said a 'giuinian wearing a nylon stocking over .his face and nrniod with -a long-barrel revolver robbed a Union National Dank branch of an umli: WE CAN TURN THIS NATION BACK TO GOD! AMERICA NEEDS PRAYER HUNDREDS WILL MEET THURSDAY, APRIL 15th 7:00 P.M. AT ' TRINITY TEMPLE 1100 Rolling Hills Fayelte'vllle, Ar. ' PRAY FOR OUR COUNTRY ALL WHO BELIEVE IN PRAYER ARE INVITED This cdiinfry was founded by men and wmncti of prayer. The s a m e kind of people will save U. _J»^_ r **.^^^. -- ^%.^X -- ^^_^'t^J~ 1 ^^'~^^~»--*~ ""*_'--1'~- n~n.. closed amount of money Monday.* No one was 'Injured. There wore ttu'cc bank employes nucl one cnslomer in llio bank ut the time. Officers H sakl Ihc robber ran son III through an alley after COMING SOON Watch for the celebration of Wyatt Cafeteria's 45th Anniversary. Entree Specials Featured each day for only ·nving Itw banX. In his haste o escape, a tlcnim cap he was 'earing over the slocking mask' ell off. A susiKcl \vas urrcsled on a parking lot a.block away nbout live mlimles after lire robbery, but officers later released the niiin when loilny determined he was not involvctl in (hc.lioKuip L NOW SHOWING ; "AI.I, THE PRESlOKNTSlMHN (I'G) No I'asses NEXT:','"HIE ll'lNUENBUKG HEM) OVK1! Winner ol 5 Academy Awards "ONU I'LKW OVKll THU CUCKOOS KABY Itl.UE MAII1NE NOW SHOWING Alfred HUclicock's ''FAMILY 1'LOT" ! (I'G) NEXT:' FIGHTING MAI) LAST 2 DAYS (ihurles Hronson I I U K A K H E A H T PASS" d'G) LAST 2 DAYS ·THE HIDING PIJVCK" 7:M-3:-15 . (I'G) NEXT: "THE DUCHESS 1'IIK IHKTWATER FOX" These Prices Effective thru Tuesday, April 20th HOP IN EASTER FOOD VALUES F O L G E R S COFFEE Lfa. Can With $5.00 Additional Purchase Excluding Tobacco Prod.ucfs UNITY TOMATO JUICE 49' 46 oz. Can HUNTS CATSUP $ 14 Oz. Btls. 1 PIONEER BUTTERMILK BISCUIT MIX 2 Lb. Box COLEMAN FRESH BUTTERMILK 1/2 Gal. Ctn. THANK-YOU BRAND WHOLE PRUNE PLUMS Big 30 Oz. Can BAKERITE SHORTENING 3 Lb. Can 99 LITE FLAKE FLOUR 5 Lb. Bag 59 SUPER SUDS DETERGENT Giant 40 Oz. Box 69 DEL MONTE GREEN PEAS 3 17 Oz. «pl Cans · TYSON GRADE 'A' LARGE EGGS Doz. 59 BANQUET FROZEN COOKIN BAGS 4 5 Oz. 5J1 Pkgs. ^ I STAR KIST CHUNK LT. TUNA Oz. Can 49 OLDEN CRUST HOT DOG or Hamburger Buns 3- $ l Armour Moisture Added Boneless HAM FINE FARE MACARONI and CHEESE Armour Meat or Beef 12-Oz. Pkg. HOT DOGS Armour Miracure Pan Size BACON Pkg. KRAFT MIRACLE WHIP MARGARINE 6 Sticks 7-Lb. Pkg. 49 Bulk -- Bag Your Own PINTO BEANS Lb. Unify Sliced CARROTS $100 Jars 1 CH Powdered or Brov/n SUGAR 3 1-Lb. Boxes $100 1 Golden Crusf FRESH BREAD 0 , L b v.OO 2. Loaves Every Day Low Price Unity Frozen -- All Flavors ICE MILK ,03, $9 Every Day Low Price . King GOLDEN CORN 4 L L n" s $100 ! Every Day Low Price CRISCO 3-Lb. $149 Can I Every Day Low Price Purex DETERGENT Giant Box Every Day Low Price Fireside Vanilla WAFERS 12-Or. . Bag Every Day Low Price PRODUCE White £'S Potatoes I Fresh CELERY Stalk 29 USDA CHOICE BEEF RIB STEAK Lb. $139 1 USDA CHOICE B E E F -- F A M I L Y PAR MINUTE STEAK Lb. $159 1 USDA Choice Blade Cut CHUCK ROAST Lb. 75 USDA Choice Center Cut CHUCK ROAST Lb. 85 USDA CHOICE BEEF--FAMILY PAK STEW MEAT GRADE "A' RADISHES or GREEN ONIONS 2 Bnchs. 29 Sweet POTATOES Lb. 25 FRYER BREASTS Lb. G R A D E "A' (jKAUt "A" \ g» ^^ Fryer Legs Thighs ib / 9 ( Fresh Green CABBAGE Lb. 10 Yellow ONIONS Lb. 19 We have a complete supply of fresh tomato plants, all garden plants, and bedding plants. Del Monte Golden We Gladly Accept U.S.D.A. Food Stamps XUKN |Hours: 7 to 9 Mon. thru Sot. -- 8 to 6 Sun.j 3 17-0z. $ Cans Apex MOTOR Oil 0 Q $1 O Cans I I Prices effective thru Tuesday, April 20 I

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