Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 19, 1974 · Page 15
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 15

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Friday, July 19, 1974
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Notices-- ..-PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT SO. M (Referred to Win People by Ihe General Awembly In be voted upon M Iho General Election vr\ November 5, 1974) ' {Popular Name) REVISION OF COUNTY GOVERNMENT (Ballot Tllle) PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION FOB THE REVISION OF COUNTY GOVERNMENT AND .THE ESTABLISHMENT OF SALARIES -KHD COMPENSATION OF COUNTY OFF!- CEHS. BE IT RESOLVED by Ihe House ol Representatives ot Ihe Stale 1 or Arkansas, and by the Senate, a majority of all member: thereto: elected to tach house agreeing .That the following Is hereby proposed : ;: ; as an amendment lt Iho ConsUlulion -«h of the Stale of Arkansas, and upon bolna i,-; submit ted to the electors of Uia Slate UHJ lor approval or rejection at tha nesi ·*-.· [«neral eleclton for Representatives and \tin Senators, if a majority of the electors -"· voting Ihereon, at such an election, adopt .,.:.: iucti Bmendmont, 'ttic same shall become *···" a part of the Constitution or the State ·'^ of Arfeansas lo : wil: SECTION ' 1. (a) A county acting ··.-:* through 'Its Quorum Court may exercise .,i: local legislative authority not dented by ""*· the Constitution or by law. : .£ ' (b) No county may declare any act felony or exerdse any authority not Rash Of Strikes Continue, More Strikes Are Considered By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS More than 740,000 Bell Telephone System workers have started 16 vote on whether to strike. Meanwhile, talks continue in the National Airlines strike, copper walkout negotiations are suspended temporarily and 20,000 workers remain off the job at several General Motors plants. L e a d e r s of tile Communications Workers Union, the International Brotherhood of Electric!al Workers ' a n d a group, of independent unions relating to county affairs. (c) ' A county may, for any 'public :--- purpose, contract, cooperate, or join with any. other counly, or with any political '[ subdivisions of Ihe Stale or any other '"* states or tlicir political subdivisions,' or with the United States, - .-^ SECTION 2. (a) No county's Quorum Court shall tie comprised of fewer than "' -· nine O: Justices of the peace, nor com*"" prised of more than fifteen (15) Justices ""' , of the peace. The number of Justices · -'·" ot 'the peace thai comprise a county's Quorum Court shall be determined .by law. The county's Eleclton Commission shall, after each decennial census, divide the county Inlp convenient and single member districts so that the Quorum · Court shall be based upon the Inhabitants of the county with each member rep senling, as nearly as practicable, equnl number thereof, (b) The Quorum Court mny create, : -'' consolidate, separale, revise or abandon Vr any elective county office or offices '-· except during the term thereof; provided, " however, thai a 'majority ot those vollng on the question at a general election asked their members' on Thursday to vote on whether they want to strike. The balloting is expected to be completed by mail in about tvvo -weeks.-. Talks have been: recessed temporarily" ' i n the' 'copper strike in which'30,000.-. workers lave left-their jobs.-The negotiations are between .the unions and three companies, American Smelting and Refining Co., Phelps Dodge Co. and Magma Corp. Aproximately 20,000 General Motors workers were on strike or were laid off because of the walkouts at plants in have approved said aclion. SECTION 3. The Counly Judge, International Airlines, a vacation charter carrier, caused cancellation of more than 3,000 reservations this week, com pany officials said. The walkoul segan on Monday. The first strike in 30 years hi Ihe Los Angeles Department o Water and Power. Union lead ers said 70 per cent of the utili ty's 11,500 workers walked out. Officials said no new talks were lo scheduled in the strike of 1,600 bus drivers and other transit workers on lines be tween Oakland and San Fran Cisco, affecting 200,000 rider, daily. Settlements were reported ii strikes by employes of the.stat of Ohio and a carpenters strik halted $10 billion in -construe ".Officials said the final word ing of a contract was bein. worked out between the leadei town, Ohio; United Auto and St. Workers Lords- Louis. Union of 5,300 striking Steelworker Union members and T)a\ Chemical Corp. of M i d 1 a h d Mich. Munson Added NEW YOHK -- Catcher Thurnan Munson of the Now York Yankees, runner-up to Carllon 'isk of Boston in the balloting or the-American League All- lar ; team, was officially amed" to the starting lineup, eplaclng the. Injured Red Sox catcher. r Two-Under-Por MALMO. Sweden -- Brlllan's Tony Jacklin fired at l\vo-under- par 70 for the first-round lead in the $65,000 ..Scandanavian Open Golf Tournament, NEWS WHILE IT IS NEWS iH THE TIMES Bernstein limifs Festival Performance LENOX, Mass. (AP) - Leon ard Bernstein will limit his performance on Sunday at the Tanglewood Music Festival be- Northwett Arkamfli TIMES, Frt*«y, July 19, 1974 FAYETTEVH.LE, ARKANSAS 15 cause of Uilizotlon, a Bernstein his recent hospl- spokesman says, became ill at his Foirfield, Conn., home last Sun day and his New York office said.he has been persuaded to restrict his festival appearance to conducting two works. He had also been scheduled to play a concerto. C O U P O N -FOR THE FAMILY.. . Ken's Pizza Parlor 409 WEST DICKSON · · I · · · · Order Three Pizzas - Pay For Only Two! . Thii Coupon Redeemable at KEN'S in Fayettev'ill* · addition lo other powers nnd duties pro vided for by Ihe Constitution -'and by law, shall preside over the Quorum Cour without a vote but with the power, of veto; authorize · and - 'approve disburse merit' of ; appropriated county funds operate -'the system r ol county roads admlnlsle r ordinances enacted by the Quorum Court; hnve custody of count; property: hire county employes, excep those persons employed by other ctcctei officials ot the county. ' . . SECTION 4. In addition to other powers conferred by the Constitution and by law, the Quorum Court shall have the power lo override the veto of tho County Judge by 1 a-vote of three-fifths of the total membership; fix the'number and compensation of deputies and county employes; fill vacancies- In elective county offices; and adopt ordinances necessary lor Uie government ol.-- the county. The Quorum Cuurt shall meet and exercise all such powers as provided by law. ' ' · .-. SECTION F. Compensation of each county officer Bti all be fixed by too 'quorum Court within a minimum /and maximum to he determined by law. Compensation may not be decreased during a current term; provided, bow- pver during the Interim, from, the date of ' adoption of this Amendment until tbe first day of the next succeeding month following the date of approval of salaries by the Quorum Court, salaries of county officials shall bo determined by law. Fees oE the office ahall -not be the basis of compensation for officers or employes ol county offices. Per diem compensation for members ot the quorum Court shall be Used by law. SECTION 6. All "County OKicers shall be bonded as provided by law SECTION 7, Scllons 1 nnd 4 of this Amendment (hall be Effective January 1 1977, and all other provisions nereoi Eh.aU be effective is adopted. SECTION B. All tton of Arkansas Amendment are repealed. Filed in the Office members also are threatening to strike GM's Anderson, Ind., and Danville, III., plants. A strike by 1,600 mechanics of National Airlines has idled 7,000 of the company's workers and grounded its aircraft. Talks are under way in Washington. The telephone unions.rejected pay increases Tanging from 6.5 per' Sent to. 10 percent .'Offered by the company. Also turned down were cost of living pay hikes and other.benefits. Telephone salaries now range from $108 lo $166 per week for operators and $148 to $260 for skilled craftsmen. The telephone workers' contract expired at midnight on Wednesday but officials agreed to continue talks and extend the old pact on a day to day basis. A strike by cockpit crewmen and flight atlcndanls of Trans President Signs Pad With Spain SAN (AP) CLEMENTE, Calif. · President Nixon today Slate on April 10. 1973. when this Amendment parts ol the Conslltii- [ri conflict wl(h..ttls 'pcalod. ' ' . · Ifice of Secretary of KETJLY BRYANT Secret »ry ol State Stale of Arkansas 6Tc Itth May. Jure, July. Aug., Sept., formally signs a pledge of cooperation between the United States and Spain in promoting peace and the defense of the West., . The document was initialed in Madrid earlier this month by Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger. The signing ceremony in Nixon's office at the Western White House was being duplicated in the Spanish capi- NOTICE OF FILING OF APPLICATION FOR A RETAIL DEER PERMIT ON PREMISE Notice IJ hereby given that 11* undersigned has tiled vilh the Department of Alcoholic Biveraze Contro ot . the State of Arkansas for a permit lo sell ^O^h^oflU: t ' [ W«cvLUe Washing Qpunty. , ' ... ,. ,, ·Hi* undersigned states mat «B " » clliien of »ood moral character, thnl he has never been convlclcd of a felony or other crime Involvtnf moral u r p u d e resident ,ne ...«» of this Stale, or any other Slate relative lo the sale of Alcoholic Liquors thnt ha has been a --".m of Uie S t a t e ' o f Arkansas for two ai years, anil that ne w a j a quail; fled elector-in the last preceding Genera Election. Application is for a perml 10 be Issued for operation beginning on tin Dlh (lay o! August. 1974, and lo ex- Dli« on the SOlh day of June, 1975. "" * Penelope Campbell Tim's Pizza Subscribed and swnrn lo before me this 9lh day p[ July. 1974. Ronald B..Woodruff Notary Public My Commission Expires; 10^-78 BEAL tal. Invited to witness the signing here were Joaquin Cervinp, Spain's charge d'affajrs in Washington, and Andre Drake, Spanish Consul General in Los Angeles- In his busiest announced schedule since flying to California a week ago, the President also was to confer today on economic affairs and budget matters with Chairman Herbert Stein of the Council of Economic Advisers, counselor Kenneth Rush and Director Roy Ash of the Office'of Management and Budget. Neil Armstrong, first man on the moon five years ago, was invited to present a plaque to the President commemorating U. S. space achievements. It will be displayed in the While House. Nixon followed a relaxed schedule Thursday, spending much of the afternoon waking on a beach at the nearby Camp Pendeton Marine swimming in the oceanside home. hase, then pool at his Two Counties Seek Elections For Colleges LITTLE HOCK (AP) ' - Groups from Mississippi a n d Union counties will try again today to get sanction from the '_ slate Board of Higher Eduoa- "~ tion to hold elections on the cs- '·- tablishment of community col- They have been trying to 'gel permission for a year to hold elections but the board has ' " been reluctant to authorize elections since last winter. The ... Legislative Joint Interim Committee on Education had re- '·' quested then a moratorium on -,,,' community college elections. The legislators withdrew "'-'· their objections to more elec- .: :· tions in May, however, so long as no more than two new community colleges are formed by ''"·'- the end of the biennium. That .,;. comqs in June 30, 1975. The state will have five com munity colleges this fall 'and " the budget approved by the legislature in 1973 is sufficient to operate two more new ones. Spokesmen from Mississippi ..s, and Union counties said t h e - y ... would attend the board's meet."" ing at Pine Bluff today to seek :** authority to hold elections. ·'? 'Dr. Wayne Workman, of Blylheville, chairman of the . , sponsors of a Mississippi Coun" ty community, college, said '·· Thursday that if the board ap- ., r. proved the application today "*' the election probably would be held in December. He said the group wanted to have several months to conduct an education V campaign. ; Perrin Jones of El Dorado, · - chairman of the Union County group, said his county would like to hold an election before the November general election. Group Urges Support For Consumer Agency LTTTLE ROCK (AP) -- T h e U.S. Senate is debating a bill to create a consumer protection agency and an Arkansas organization is getting into the picture. The Committee for Consumer Legislation has started a statewide drive to convince Arkansas' two senators to v o t e for an end to the filibuster on that legislation. A spokesman for the committee, R. David Lewis, said Thursday that the group is composed of about 25 persons in the state. Lewis said they are asking people to call or wire Sens. J, W. Fulbright and John McClellan about the bill. Smothers Marries School Sweetheart LOS ANGELES - (AP) -- Comedian Tom Smothers has married his high school sweetheart, now the mother of seven, a spokesman says. The bride is Rochelle Robley of Genoa, Nev. The ceremony was performed on Wednesday night in the Little White Church in Las Vegas. Both are 36. Smothers' publicist said on Thursday that the couple met in high school in Tujunga, Calif. The first marriages of both ended in divorce. Smothers has a son. Tho TIMES It On Top of The Newt Sevan Dayi a W»el The Farmers Daughter announces her "Seems Like Old Dinner Specials: - - Remember when you could take your sweetheart to a nice quiet dining place where the waiters made you feel extra special? Remember when food was treated as if it were truly one of the pleasures of living? , : - - o 1 s a Bring your memories to us and we will have your sweetheart eating out of your hand. Monday through Friday 5:30-10 p.m. Saturday-One Seating at 7:30 p.m. Suriday-ll:30 a.m.^itK) p.m. Call 521-8686 for reservations Johnson Road, % Mile North on Township Road Fayetteville Take a Shake Break at Hardee's* Want something so good and refreshing that it really melts -theheata\vaythissummer?Wellthenyou wanta Hardee's shake. A 'They're rich and spoorrthick. And they go great with any meal., orall bythemselves.So if the hotweatheris getting to you-, hurry on down to Hardee's and take a shake break. North Garland Streets Across From Oak Plaza r" i ii i i o Hardee's Food Syslems, Inc.-, 1974 Get a whole Shake for Half pricet Just bring (his coupon with you the next time you hurry on down to : Hardee's. You'll be able to get athick, delicious Shake for only half the regular price! One per customer. Coupon Good Only At I I I I I i : r Offer Expires July 26, 1974 I DOLLAR DAYS ARE BACK! Bonanza Sirloin Pit ail this week, Monday to Saturday, July 15 to July 20, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. will be selling a ONE BUCK LUNCH. Just another of Bonanza's old fashioned prices. Chicken Fried Steak Includes: · FRENCH FRIES · HOT TEXAS TOAST · CRISP TOSSED SALAD Bonanzaburger '/« Lb. Beef Pattte Includes: · TOASTED BUN · FRENCH FRIES · CRISP TOSSED SALAD All Week Only All Week Only Also Available at Low, Low Prices: · Homemade Strawberry Cheese Cake 41 Country Corn · Barbecue Baked Beans · Fresh Strawberry Shortcake BONANZA SIRLOIN PIT 2356 North College Phone 521-3565 Have a Summertime Picnic barrel of fun. 10 PIECE PICNIC PAK · 10 Pieces of Chicken · 2 Pints Salad · 6 Roils · ; Cups, Plates and Pro-Pack for 4 · 2 Large Bottles of Coca Cola · All in a KFC Shopping Bag 5 15 PIECE PICNIC PAK · T5 Pieces of Chicken · 3 Pints Salad · 6 Rolls · Cups, Plates and Prc-Pack for 8 · 3 Large Bottles of Coca Coca · All in o KFC Shopping Bag fried CATERING SERVICE 514 North College -- 2768 North College Fayetteville Siloam Springs -- Bentonville

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