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July 29, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 15

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legal Notices--· Stale at Arkansas for A permit to tell and dispense beer al retail. 1212 North College, Fayciievllle. Washington County, The undersigned Mates that lio Is a citizen of -Rood moral chnraclcr, thai be has never been convicted of a felony legal Notices or other crime involving moral turnlludo; that no Hcenso lo ell beer by (ho under- slgnd has boon revoked within five years last past; and that IKe undersfcnd has never been convicted ol violating Uia taws of this Stale, or any other Slate, relative lo Hie. sate o[ Alcoholic Legal Notices Liquors; t h a t lio lias been .n reltlent of the Slate of Arkansas for at least (2) yours; nnd Hint ho was n .quaJJCIcll elector In Iho l«5l preceding-) General Election. Application Is for a [rcj-rriH In be Issued (or opunilion beginning on Iho 2jth tiny of August. · 197V And to expire on Iho 30th day ol Juno 1375. JOYCE TALBOT LAMUETH Tho Coachman Hcstnurnnt Subscribed and sworn to before me this 18th day of July, 197J. CHARLES K. \VILLtAMS Notary Public My Commission expires: 11-23-73 (Seal* 2TC.22, 29 . CHOICE LOCATION HIGH ON A HILL VERY CONVENIENT TO SHOPPING YtET SITUATED IN A HESTRIOTED AREA. OF NICE HOMES -- 2 BEDROOMS -- FORMAL LIVING AND SEPARATE FORMAL DINING ROOM -- UNUSUALLY LARGE KITCITEN--SMALL IEM OR SEWING ROOM -- BEAUTIFUL CORNER LOT WITH AN ABUNDANCE OP TREES -- IT HAS JUST BEEN COMPLETELY REDECORATED INSIDE AND OUT. DON'T FAIL TO SEE THIS ONE TODAY. CALL B. A. SH'AMBLIN OFFICE 521-4600 ATTER 5 CALL 442-8146. WARNING O R D E R h In tho Chancery Court ol Washington County Arkansas ·- 1 r »EZ BARNES - PlalpWt Vs. ch 71-568 '· ,; OY GENE HAIINES rje.fe.nl] ant Tho Defendant Is warned to cpper n this Court within thirty . days, nnd inswer the complaint ot the Plaintiff n the nhovo entitle (I cauc. Witness my hand and seal of Ibis Court this 23rd day of July, 137-1. Alma KoHineycr Chancery Clerk ITc 29, 5, 12. 19 7COTIGK OF A Ftmi.MJ HKARIXn NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED OF A PURLTC HEARING TO BE HELD BY THE PAY- ETTEVILLE 1'LANNINU COMMISSION DATE: Tuesday. August 13, 1974 TIME: 4:00 P.M. PLACE: Directors Room, City Ad ministration Build ing, FnyeUcvil Ic,: Ar : tnnsas " " TJie purpose ol Iho public henHng ta consider an amendment - to" : the Planning Area Map which was passed and approved on June 29, 1D70. and amended on February 20, · 1973.- Said amendment would reduce the boundaries of the area within which the City ot Fnyeltevlllc would exercise its juris- d iclion ovc r .subdivision of proierb'. All interested parties may appear and be heard al said lime and place, details ot the proposed amendment ,ind existing map and subdivision regulations arc open :md available- lor inspection In the Office of City Planning, City Administration niultllng, FayeUeville, Ar- tansas. Ernest Jacks, Secretnry Fayclteville Planning Commission ITc 29 - JFK's Daughter Caroline Kennedy, daughter of former-President-John F. Kennedy, leaves the hearing room of flic House Judiciary Committee after a bomb. scare in Washington Thursday. Caroline is working Mils summer in the office of h e r iHielc, Sen. Edward Kennedy. (AP Wirenhofo) · COUHTOY LIVING INSIDE THE CITY TJMTTS -- MANY DESIRABLE FEATURES ARE OFFERED TN THIS ATTRACTIVE BRICK HOME -- 3 BEDROOMS -- 2 BATHS -- FORMAL LIVING ROOM -- FAMILY ROOM WITH FIREPLACE -- LARGE BREAKFAST BAR PLUS EATING AREA IN KITCHEN THAT HA8 ALL AP- PLIANCES -- NICE PANTRY -- LIVING AREA CARPETED, DRAPES INCLUDED -'- CENTRAL AIR -- 2 CAR GARAGE -- BIG CORNER LOT WTTH GOOD GARDEN AREA -PRICED LOW AT ONLY $29,500. CALL VIRGINIA BRISTOW. OFFICE 521-4600, AFTER 5 OALI. 442-5541. Emission Rule Delays Engine DEARBORN, Mich. (AP) -Ford Motor Co. says it. can achieve a 25 per cent gasoline savings with a new stratified charge engine, but can't build it unless future pollution rules are relaxed. Ford President Lee lacocca said today the firm is "more optimistic than ever" about-the stratified charge engines, which spread combustion over a long- period of time to obtain a more efficient burn. Xlinfort Warifs Stronger Congress 'These errgines rather important have two character- WOMAN'S WORLD 640 Newest Now! See how wav strips create pattern impact. PAIR UP sleeveless vest an cardigan in a fascinating 3-colo design that's easy to creche 640: Misses' Sizes 10-16 in C 75 6 CENTS each pattern -add 25 cents each pattern fp first-class mail and sepci; handling. Send to Laura Wliee er Northwest Arkansas TIMES 450 Needlecraft Dept., Box.16 Old Chelsea Station, New York N Y 10011. Print Pattern Nurr her, Name, Address, Zip. NEW 1974 Needleeraft Catalog cover the creative scene -- knit, err chet fashions, embroider; quilts, more! 75 cents. NEW! Sew plus Knit Book ha basic tissue pattern .... $1.2 NEW Needlepoint Book .. $1.0 New! Flower Crochet $1.1 Hairpin Crochet Book $!.( Instant Crochet Book ?!.' Instant Money Book $}. Instant Macrame Book $1. Complete Gift Book $1-0 12 Prize Afghans No. 12 50 cen Book of 16 Quilts No. 1 i Museum Quilt Book No. 2 .... 15 Quilts for Today 50 CENT Book of 16 Jiffy Rugs 50 CENT NO. 4731 A Convenient Sewing and lopping Guide for Today's Gal on the Go. 4731 SfZES \' 34-48 \ - istics: They can meet current emission standards, and they can'deliver a fuel-economy improvement of up to 25 per cent, compared \yith current engines.' he said. The experimental engines, however, cannot be tuned to meet the scheduled 1970 limits on emissions of nitrogen oxide exhausts, lacocca said in remarks prepared for the 1975 Lincoln-Mercury preview"The experts contend that the present standard is too stringent, must be changed, and will oe changed, but we can't spend hundreds of millions of dollars to build a product that couldn't be sold under existing law," la- cocca said. Opening the first model preview for 1975, lacocca also called on Congress to continue the 55-mile-per-hour speed limit past its automatic . expiration next June. "Traffic deaths have declined 25 per cent since its inception," he said. "Beyond that, it has reduced fuel consumption, which in turn has saved people money. ..." . MOUNT NEBO, Ark. (AP) -Bill Clinton of Fayetteville, a Democratic congressional candidate, said Saturday that Democratic leaders in Congress needed to take a "stronger hand" in resisting executive branch demands. Clinton, a -law professor, attributed Gov. Dale Bumpers' victory in the Democratic: senatorial .primary over' Sen. 'J.' W. Kulbriglit partially to voters' demands for - changes In Congress. : He said ' ; Bumpers' promise that President .^ixpti could not have abused. "his office if the Congress had been stronger" appealed to voters. Tn an interview, Clinton said he disagreed with Senate majority leader Mike Mansfield': position that he should not exert leadership "because he was dealing with 100 mature people in the Senate-" ership "should exert leadershi and when the executive branc s wrong, I think the leadershi in the House'should stand up t them." . Clinton made the remarks a Ihe Mount Nebo Chicken Frj He will oppose Rep. John Pai Hammerschmidt, a Republican in-November for the 3rd Di trict seat. ' .Coach Resigns . LEXINGTON. Ky. (AP) -Joe Galat, defensive line coac at the University of Kentuck has Tcsigued, effective imm diately, to .join the Memph Southmen of the World Footba League as linebacker coach. Gv.tat came to Kentucky wi head year. coach at Yale University sin 1969. Beofre that he was assh ant coach for-six years at h Coach Fran Curci la He had been assista: Clinton said he thought lead- alma mater, Miami of Ohio. Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Mon., July 29, 1974 0 FAYETTEVILLE, A R K A N S A S 15 Soviet Grain Sale Called Big Error WASHINGTON (AP) -- Sente investigators have charac- rized the massive 1972 wheat Uc to the Soviet Union as a 300 million error in judgment y lop officials of the Agricul- ure Department. In its final report Sunday on ie controversial deal, the Sen- le investigations , subcom littee said the sale resulted in harply higher food prices for Americans, caused a shortage f farm products and'brought a irtual halt to freight movements in some areas. The grain sale, largest in J.S. history, .was part o f - t h e ^i.xon administration's , policy if easing tensions with the ; So- -iet Union. The subcommittee aid, "A federal policy aimed I improving international rela- ions cannot be termed success- ul if it causes hardship in domestic affairs." Subcommittee Chairman Hen 'y M, Jackson, D-Wash., sale n a statement accompanying Welfare Said To Be 'Super-Sexist' | LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Barbara Hampton, southern region al representative for the Na tional Welfare Rights Organ ization, said Saturday that she believed welfare was "super sexist" because it substitutes = woman's husband for a differ ent, more authoritarian boss. Welfare is the most pre. udiced institution in the coun try, she said. Mrs. Hampto said welfare, was even- mor prejudiced than marriage which, she contended, it trie to imitate. " i TERMITES? '··^.;: · CAU- . 4* ADMIRAL RIPEST CONTROL Roaches, Ants, Sjpiderj, etc. v v COMMHIOAl · - e report that "the Russians nd the large grain companies aped tho major benefits of ie sales." T h e government nneled $300 million to six ·ain trading firms in the form '. export subsidies. The sale involved more than 10 million bushels of g r a i n , in uding 440 million bushels ol heal. Sen- Charles H. Percy of II- nois, ranking Republican on ie subcommittee,' said the deal lould provide a lesson for U.S. ·ade negotiators. "We need to o certain that officials reprc enting this nation in trade ne otiations with a foreign power ppreciate and represent over 11 American interests while voiding any real or apparen' onflict of interest," Perc; aid. Luxury Compact Unveiled Today DEARBORN, Mich. (AP) -The first of seven expensive small cars which will roll into lealer showrooms for 1975 goes on review today as Ford Moj/or unveils its new luxury compact Mercury Monarch. /.. Ford officials have ^spared lltlc effort in comparing the Monarch's appearance to thu luxury Mercedes-Benz. The car's over-all length 13 199.9 inches--four inches longer than the Mercedes, but two feet shorter than a standard Mercury--and its boxy styling is m- tended to emulate the traditional European look. Such minor details as trim, mouldings, hood ornaments, wheel covers and plush interiors were emphasized by Ford stylists to give the car a luxury appearance. The car is expected to sell for between 54,000 and $5,000, depending on options. In terms of health benefits, prescribed medicine is your biggest value. Nothing else costs so little, yet does so much to speed you to recovery. This is why we say, "Today's medicine is the smallest cost in getting well." We Pick Up and Deliver Prescriptions East Side of Square Reinecke To Appee! Conviction Lean, long-waisted shape. P r i n t e d Pattern 4731: Women's Sizes a r e 34 (38-inch 3ust with 40-inch hip); 38 (42- bust with 42, hip); 38 (42 bust, 45 hip); 40 (44 bust, 46 hip); 42 (46 bust, 48 hip); 44 (48 bust, 50 hip); 46 (50 bust, 52 hip); 48 (52 bust, 54 hip). Send $1.00 for each pattern. Add 25 cents for each pattern for first-class mail and special handling. Send to Anno Adarns, Northwest Arkansas TIMES, 438, Pattern Dept., 243 West 17th St., New York, N. Y. 10011. Print NAME, ADDRESS, ZIP, SIZE AND STYLE NUMBER. MORE FOR YOUR MONEY in NEW FALL-WINTER PATTERN CATALOG - 100 best school, career, casual, city fashions. Free pattern coupon. Send 75 cents. Sew plus Knit Book -- has basic tissue pattern $1.25 Instant Sewing Book .... $1.00 Instant Fashion Book -- $1,00 WASHINGTON (AP) - California LI. Gov. Ed Reinecke convicted of perjury for his testimony before a Senate com- millee, was under court order lo meet with probation officers loday for a presenteneing ' interview. ' ; Reinecke remained free wilh- ont bond after the U.S. District Court jury returned the verdict against him Saturday. He characterized the trial as a gross miscarriage of justice and said he will appeal. The conviction on , a single perjury count carries a maximum penalty of five years in prison and a $2,000 fine. Prosecutors had charged that Reinecke lied to the »Senale Judiciary Commiltee in April 1972, about an offer from International Telephone Telegraph Corp. to provide $400,000 .to .underwrite the cost of the Rc- publican National Convention hat year. Reinecke, a 50-year-old Republican, told the commiltee he never discussed the offer with then Ally. Gen. John N. Mitchell until September 1971, two ADVEBTI9E HERE; Thousands of homemakera rea^ this feature dally . . . and they* will IM your mMUf*i De- out months after the Justice partment consented to an of-court settlement of an antitrust case against ITT. However, he 1 a t e r acknowledged and repeated at his.trial that he actually informed'Mit- chell about the ITT offer .in t h r e e telephone conversations during May and June '107l, : · while the anli - trust settlement was heing negotiated. Reinecke teslified in court lhat he was not asked at the hearing about any telephone conversations and said he did not regard a phone call as a discussion. After the court verdict, California Gov. Ronald Reagan cited the conviction as a "tragic event." r vS n T^ J * ! 1 v ' ·"' ' " 1 ' Do You Need a Detective Ph. 442-6191 But then some partners get too involved in what they're doing or they get bored and pull out or maybe they just get tired and retire. Not Fayetteville Savings and Loan. We're always around · when you need us. ( It's hard to imagine ail the things we can , help you with ~ a new car f a vacation, a facelift for your home; education for your liUl,Children, retirement -- fo name a few. Get a good partner this time-- come to FayetievHle % ;/ - v .Savings and Loan. : : A Partner In Life FAYETTEVILLE SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 201 NORTH EAST AVENUE, ·- ./·'."'"'- , , ' ' · ! · ' FAYETfEVILUE

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