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24 Northwest Arkansai TIMES, Wed., Aug. 14, 1974 PAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS thwwMy., Mj^fj ,*Â« ^^^^^^-^J^-^'^g^^gffiv,^ I !]!;!i!:iLiEit:iiaii ; :'iira[i:[nniii"iinii! inrairan THE WEATHER F/sew/iere tiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiKiiiiiiiiraitiiiiiraiiiiiiiiiiiiiini By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS HI LO PRC Otlk Weather Forecast Warm weather is forecast for most of the nation Wednesday. Cooler air is expected from the northern Rockies to the upper Great Lakes and for the Northeast. Showers are forecast for much of the nortli- cenfral region. (AP Wirephoto Map) Albany Albu'que Amarillo Anchorage Asheville Atlanta Birmingham Bismarck Boise Boston Brownsville Buffalo Charleston Charlotte Chicago Cleveland Denver Des Moines Detroit Duluth Fairbanks Fort Worth Green Bay Helena Honolulu Houston Ind'apolis Kansas City Las Vegas Little Rock Los Angeles Louisville Marquette Memphis Miami Milwaukee New York . New Orleans Okla. City Philad'phia Orlando Pittsburgh P'tland, Ore. Phoenix P'tland, Me. Rapid City Reno Richmond Salt Lake San Diego San Fran Seattle Spokane Tampa Washington 81 63 90 62 89 72 . 2 cdy 67 49 85 63 t .79 68 ) 83 66 82 61 81 53 78 62 96 74 "cTr . 6 rn . cdy . cdy . cdy 81 88 .04 cdy 82 70 .03 rn . cdy cdy 89 69 77 66 .. rn . ._ :. cdy 82 62 .59 clr .. cdy 90 S3 78 62 -.08 cdy 88 61 -., clr 70 53 .04 cdy 63 58 .05 cdy 97 74 .. clr 78 57 .. cdy .28 rn .. cdy 60 46 88 77 94 77 .88 cdy 87 62 89 66 101 75 legal Notic WARNING ORDER IN THE CHANCERY COURT o[ VABIINGTON COUNT?, ARKANa\B SAM NEWMAN Fiaimirt VI. CH-74-G33 IOANNE NEWMAN Defendant The Defendant, Joanne Newman Is iffarenii 16 opear in this Court within lilrty days and answer Iho complatnl ot Uie Plaintili In the above entitled cause. Witness my hand and Mai o f - this Court Uih Â» 'W of August. 19H. ALMA KOLLMEYER Chancery Cterk By KAYE CHAPFELL D.C. Â·STc 14, 31, 28, Sept. t (Era!) Â· .. clr .. cdy ... -. . . c l r 88 -66 .14 cdy 77 .65 cdy 86 67. ' 69 44 NOTICE . Nollco .(i hereby given lhal lhÂ« Board ot Appeals will hold Â« public hearing I n ' the City Board ot Directors' Room located in. the C[ty Administration Bultd ng, Fayeltevilte, Arkansas at 4:M P.M August 22. 1971, on Appeal at: Mr. George J. Davis Jr: Irom a -ruling ol the City BulldlnK Inspector notihiinr Mr. Davis of a violation of the bulldjng code b y l ' u s l n g '.frame' construction for an entrance breezeway and cedar, shakes on the lacafle in the lira Mine. : This property Is known' as I/rt 3 , ' 21, and 22 Â· Block 17, Ferguson's Add! lion ortho City 6tf asellevllle, Arkansas further described as 900 South Schoo Avenue. :" - . Tho applicant reiiuesla permission to n; cedar shakes on the facade for decora live purposes; and, 2,inches by- 4 Inch framework, with same cedar paneling and 2 Inch by- 4 Inch rafters and a cedar shake roof at the entrance breeze- was'. Dated August 12. 1974. ' Board of Appeals City of Fayettevilla, Arkansas . 2Tc 14, IS 84 72 rn .. cdy .. cdy .26" rn . . c d y .. cdy 86 79 74 58 86 72 90 72 .64 rn 94 68 .. cdy 84 70 50 71 .. cdy . - rn 87 65 .03 clr 70 58 .04 cdy 104 84 . clr 79 55 ;8 63 ;44cdy ; 8 4 35 86 68 92 64. 76 68 61 54 90 55 72 54 93 77 89 70 cr . cdy . cdy . cdy . clr . cdy . cdy . rn clr NOTICE CH 74607. ' ' ' . Notice is hereby' etveh thnt Edna Col has' filed her ei-parte petition to qule and conlirm title -to the following des cflhed real .property.. situated in Wash ngUin County, Arkansas, to^wlt: \ Â· rart of the West half W ol Ih Southwest Quarter (SWVi) of Sectio Eighteen (IB) in Township Sevenlise (17) North. Itange Twenty-eight (28 IVest, described as follows, lo-\v Beginning at the Northwest corner said SO acre tract and running thenc south 90 dng. 50-mih: East 665.6; fee thence South 0 deg. ; 21! min. Wes 33 feet; thonce South 89 deg. 50 mi. East 6te-4 feet, to the Enst lin thereofi thence'South 0 ' d e g . 42 m1n West 2ST.2 feet: thence Ruth 27 de( 19 min. west 738.3 feet; thence Nort 45 teg. 38 min. East 457,9_Jeel;:thenc South 0 dcg. 42 min. 1 .West. 1980 fee to the Southeast comer; thence,Norl 63 deg. 50 min: West 1298.1 fcet hior or less, to . the Southwest .comer thence North 26H feet, morÂ«.Â«Â· les to the point of beginning. ' All persons having or claiming a Interest in said real property are hereb notified to appear and show causa wh egal Notices er Ut!Â« shouM cot b* qulted and coa rmcd. . Dated lhlÂ» 19 day ol July,. 1971. Alma KoHmoycr Clerk ol Chancery Court, Washington County, Arkansas By: Kathleen Hnrncsj, D.C. Seal) To M, B, Aue. 7, 14 NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION Notice is hereby given thnt an election III be held In the City of Fos'ctloville. rkansas on August 27, 1974, at which Lere will tx submitted to the electors the City the question of issuing City Â· Fayctlcvillo, Â· 'Arkansas Industrial cvelopment Bcvcnuo. Bonds: under Act o. 9 of the First Extraordinary Session the Sixty-Second General Assembly ' Â· t h e State of Arkansas,-approved Janary 21, 19W, as'amended ("Act No. '), In the aggregate principal amount f not to exceed $3.000,000 for the pur- lose of furnishing the permanent finan Ing of the costs of securing and deve iping Industry. The bonds will be dated, ha Â· bonds will bear i n t e r e s t ' a t such ate or rates, tht Interest will be payable such dales, the bonds 'Will mature such data or dates, the bonds will subject to redemption prior to matur- ty in such manner and upon such terms, nd the bonds will be Issued In serio: rom time . t o - t i m e all as- the Board f Directors shall subsequently determine specify in the ordinance or.ordin- ances -authorizing tholr Â· issuance. The iposed industrial project will involve tic acquiring, constructing and equipping [ on expansion to an existing manitfnc- urlng plant which wilt consist of lands mildings. improvements, machinery am quipment (the "Project"). The Projec Â·III be. o w n e d by the . City and l e a s e d to Baldwin Fiano ani )rean Company, an Ohio corporation "Baldwin"), for lease rentals sufficlen 0 provide for. the payment of the prlnci ml of and Interest on the bonds tha ire Issued. Baldwin Is a subsidiary H. Baldwin Company, an Ohio cor noralion ("D.H. Baldwin"), and D. 11 Baldwin -will unconditionally guarantee performance of the 'obligations of Bali] win under tha Lease. The bonds. wil not be' general obligations o f - t h e . City jut.:wlll be special obligations payabl solely . from Project, revenues includin particularly lease rentals under th Lease with .Baldwin, which will be sped ricaily pledged to -the payment of th principal: of and interest on the bonds and the bonds will be .secured by ien on and security interest in the Pro Ject as authorized by Act No.'El. Only qualified electors of the City o Fayctloville, Arkansas shall have th right to vote and the electors may vot either for or against the Issuance the bonds. The election shall be held betwee the hours ol 8:00 o'clock a.m. .and 7:3 o'clock p.m. at the following places I the City of Fayelteville, Arkansas, to-wit PRECINCTS LOCATION 1 And 10 Central Fire Static And 8 . Â· St.-Joseph's Churc 7 and 6 Root Schoo 4 and 5 Washington Schoo 2 nÂ£ 3 Asbell Schoo Tins 22 day ol July. 1974. CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE, AHKANSA By Russell T. Purd MAYOB 4io 24, a, Aug. 7, 14 Mrs. Ford Is Planning For Family's Move To White House ALEXANDRIA, Va. -- This is! lacking day for the Fords of Jrown View Drive. The new enants of 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. hope to move in Monday. "It's very beautiful and inex- :ellent condition," observed Tirst Lady Betty Ford after in- pecting the 132-room executive mansion Tuesday. "I'm thrilled o death." Although Mrs. Ford said she s looking forward to moving across the Potomac River, she made it clear right off .that "1 really don't consider it my louse--I .consider it the house of "the people." Her husband, President Ford, plans to be out of town moving Mans to-be out of towti moving iay. addressing the national convention of the Veterans of Foreign Wars in Chicago. Reporters, noted that Ford is a predawn riser and often fixes his own breakfast. That might not change, Mrs. Ford hinted "All he needs is a toaster." Broached about her views that President Ford was think ing a'oout apppiniting a womat for:vice'president, Mrs. Ford replied that It was a fine idea it Would be very nice. Â·'. think 'it's time that women step up and take their place." she Legal Notices-- WARNING ORDER IN TFTK CHANCETCY OODRT OF WASHINGTON COUNTV. ARKANSAS Mnry Wynona Bush 1 Plaintiff n. CH-74-637 Gene Delaney Bush Defendant The Defendant Getia Delaney Bush I warned to appear in this Court wllhl thirty days and answer the complain of the Plaintiff ID the above entitle cause. Witness my hand and seal of thl ^ourt this 26 day of July,. 1974. Alma Kollmeye Chancery Cler By Kayo Chappell DC SEAL lie. 3I,7.1J,!1 id. Nevertheless, 'she said her sband has not discussed with r who will be his choice for o. 2. . : :;' EDGED ON WOMEN'S LIB The First Lady, appearinig In bright green dress for her rst full-fledged news'confer- ncc at the Pennsylvania Ave- le address, hedged on wheth- she called herself a women-I le'ration advocate. '.. . Certainly on equal ;hts and equal pay,' 1 she said 'lally. . . . . . . . Replying to another question t the outdoor interview,. Mrs. ord says she favors abolishing e church ban. that prohibit! omen from .becoming priests the Episcopal church. The ords are parishioners o f . t h s piscopal Immanuel Church on he Hill in Alexandria! The par- sh has a woman deacon, lha ev. Patricia Park, who has Deen fighting against the ban n woman priests. As First Lady; Mrs. 'Ford ays she plans to 'seep up her ctive volunteer work in tha rts and with retarde'd chil- ren. \ . Â· The Fords do not plan to sell leir modest brick home, in Al- xandria, . where L .they, have ved.for almost 20 years. Mrs. Ford says she doesn't Ian to redecorate the Whitie touse but "there are some evy minor 'Â·changes" that light be made. ' For example, she said, aughter Susan might want to edecorate her bedroom to fit er 17-year-old tastes. Do You Need a Detective Ph. 442-6191 Student Schedule Announced Woodland Registration Set For Thursday Registration at Woodland Junior High School will be held Thursday from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and from 1 to 3 p.m., according to an announcement by the new principal, Ronnie Austin. Seventh graders are asked to report to the counselor's office; eighth graders to the library and ninth graders to the cafeteria. Teachers wil be on hand to distribulte student schedule cards. Austin said that locker assignments will be made in homeroom classes on the first day of school. "Parents of seventh grade students may wish to accompany students, but it is not required. Classrooms will not be completely ready and most will be closed. However, parents are welcome to tour the building to acquaint themselves with the physical plant," Austin said. CRAFTS PROGRAM Austin also announced a crafts program will be initiated for seventh grades and the beginning band will be divided into brass, percussion and string instruments. He said the school's Parent Teacher Association will cooperate in obtaining resource persons for en- curricular seventh grade elective mini-courses. The new faculty at the school, n addition to Austin and jeorge Lewis, vice principal, vill consist of Miss Ann Carter, science; Steve People, physical education, athletics and civics; Landa Sellars, orchestra; Linda White, hearing impairment; Ann Hampton, home economics; Terry Tracy, science and Michael Cosgrove, math. During the summer the building has. been renovated and additional cooking facilities lave been added in the cafe- :eria. Also completed are landscaping, parking lots for teachers, parents and visitors, repair of lockers, and 'general maintenance and painting. VVork on the football practice field is nearly complete. Austin said one of the goals of the school is to improve public relations and efforts to make the public aware of the pro' gram. "We will seek sugges- ions from parents in the areas f improved student responsibil- ty and will continue to create an awareness of individual needs by establishing a practical approach to discipline while maintaining student integrity and confidence in the adminis ration," he said. ILEARN BASIC OR ADVANCED INCOME TAX PREPARATION |KrSD3Bl_OCiC Malone Dies ROSWELL, N.M.. (AP Ross Malone, a top lawyer for General Motors Corp. and for mer president of the American Bar Association, died Tuesdaj at his home. He was 53. Thousands are earning good money as lax prepare rs. Enrollment open to men and women of all ages. Job interviews available for best students* Send for free information and class schedules. Classes Slart: SEPTEHMER 12 CONTACT THE QCWB1.OCIC OFFICE NEAREST YOU: 2 GVices to Serve Von 1201 South School, FareEtevUIe Phone 521-1753 208 3. Thompson, SprL Phono 7SI-K600 All about football In the TIMES' Annual FOOTBALL PREVIEW section coming Tuesday, Sept. 3 Northwest Arkansas' most complete word-and-piclure coverage of }974's football prospects, with special emphasis on area teams, the Razorbacks and their opponents in the Southwest Conference. radials Look for if September 3rd in the for medium size fires: GR70-14,FR70-14, GR70-15 and FR7Q-15 plus Federal Excise iax of $2.85 to $3.09 and trade. $35 for smaller size fires: AR78-13, DR70-13, BR78-W, ER70-14, AR78-15 and BR78-15, plus Federal Excise tax of . ;Â·. $2.04 to $2.67 and trade. $53 for larger size fires: HR70-14, HR70-15, JR70-15, LR70-15 plus Federal Excise tax of $3.29 to$3.64andirade. Mow you em get tfte homy ride of a radial at a price you can afford. BFG's LJfesaver Radial XL-XX) is designed for the driver who plans to keep his car one or two more years. And Dynacore rayon cord means greater durability and'comfort. Plus you'll ^et a 30,000 mile guarantee. 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