Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 22, 1974 · Page 21
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 21

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 22, 1974
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legal Notlcet NOTICK Nolle* Is hereby sivcn lh«t ihero*?*! T*en filed tn my office, M clerk of Ihc Chancery Court oi Washington County, Arkansas, a pcllHon by KJetctier C Norman, Sr. and Elizabeth M. Norman for the confirmation ot title to the following described lands located In Washington County. Arkansas, lo-wit: Tiie West Halt (WJ4) of the Fractional Northwest Quarter (i*ri. K\V!1), ani the Northeast Quarter (NEVl) of the Fractional Northwest jirarte r (Prl T4WH) of Section ITilrly-one (31) Ln Township Thirteen (13 North ol Ranse Thirty-two (32» West, conlalnlng approximately One Hundred Fourteen (114) acres, more or less, AIL persons claiming said lands, or any Interest therein, arc hereby warned lo appear Jn the Washington County Chan eery Court on the first day of Its nexl regular term and show cause why title should not be confirmed In Fletcher C. Norman, Sr. and Elizabeth M. Norman. Witncs my hand as Clerk or the Chancery Court of Washington Counly, AT- Arkansas TIMES, Thurs.. Aug. 22, 1974 ft FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS * ' W 21 kansas, and , seal thereof this 29 In , day rf July. 1974. ALMA KOLLMKYER, Clerk By: KATHLEEN HARNESS, D.C. (Seal) 4lc - 8, 15, 22, 23 Coal Miner Enjoys Memorial Vacation HARTS, W. Va. (AP) -Billy Duly has been staying close to nome during the miners' weeklong mmorial vacation, enjoying life with Iva Jean and Lho kids. "I've been reading in the Logan Banner what the coal operators are saying," he said WARNING ORDEH No. CK-74-G9I IN THE CHANCERY COUKT OF WASHINGTON COUNTY, AKKANSAS NonviL YORK, riainiin Vs. · ALMA JEAN YORK, Dcrcndnn The Defendant ALMA JEAN YOnK Jl warncrf lo nppcnr In this Court within thirty days and answer the complaint ot the Plainlitl In the atove enlillcd cause. Witness my hand and seal nf Ihls Court tills 12lh day of August. 1074. ALMA KOLLMEYER, CHANCERY Clerk By KAYE CHAPPELL, D.C. (Seal) 4Tc 15, 22, 23, Scpl. 3 EEOC Files Complaint Against Aetna LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- The federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission joined forces Wednesday with two Little Rock women who had filed suit here charging Aetna Life and Casualty Co. with sex discrimination in employment. The EEOC intervened in that suit and filed its own complaint against Aetna. The federal commission char*ged the firm with intentionally engaging in unlawful employment practices at their Little Hock facilities in violation of the Civil Rights Act. The alleged unlawful employment practices include discriminating against females by denying them employment benefits for absences due to pregnancy, the federal commission said. The effect of the alleged practices complained of has been to deprive females of equal employment opportun ities, the EEOC said. C a r o l y n Armbrust a n d Sheryll Lipscomb filed suit last year. The women charged that they had asked to take advantage of the company's salary continuation program while absent from work due to pregnancy and that their request was denied. The salary continuation program allows employes two weeks paid sick leave for every year of employment. WANT TO BUY A USED CAR? Did You Know..,. WHEELER VOLKSWAGEN New Used Sales Dept. Stays Open 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Monday Through Friday Saturday 8:00 a.m. lo 5:00 p.m. Have You Shopped There?? 1972 AUDI TOO LS Automatic Transmission, Air conditioning. Real nice car. 1972 DATSUN 510 2-Door, Low Mileage, Extra Clean. 1974 FORD TORINO 2-Door Hardtop, P o w e r steering. Power Brakes, Air conditioning, Showroom fresh. 1973 FORD MAVERICK Power Sfering, Air conditioning. Stereo Tape Deck with AM/FM radio, Exfra low mileage Extra Sharp. 1972 PLYMOUTH SPORT SUBURBAN WAGON Automatic, Power Steering, Power brakes, Cruise-cqn- fro), Radial Tires, An exceptional wagon. 1972 VOLKSWAGEN BUS 4 Speed, Air Conditioning, 2-Tone Paint, Real Sharp, Wheeler Motor Co, PHONE 443-3453 KM Htahway 71 North *** Sugar Profits Rise Sharply NEW YORK (AP) - The profits of sugar refiners have jumped to record levels while the price of sugar in the supermarket has soared in a year from 79 cents to $2 for a five lound bag. Refiners say crop failures in recent years have stimulatet world bidding for the scarce commodity. And the Unitet States, which imports mon than half its sugar from Latin America, the Philippines anc other foreign sources, is in the competition. They also say the tight sup )ly situation has given them ;he opportunity to raise . thei profit margins on the once abundant but low-profit item. Amslar Corp., the nation'- argest sugar refiner with-more than SI billion in annual sales reported a 110 per cent in crease in annual profits to $31. million for the year endin, June 30. In the fourth quarter alone Amsfar's profits were $15.2 mil lion, compared with $5.9 millio the previous quarter and will $5.2 million for the previou year. Sucrest Corp., which last reported profits for the quarto ended March 31, showed earn ings of $758,001) for that quar ter, compared with'a deficit o $61,000 for the same quarter o 1973. Holly Sugar Corp., which re ports profits only on a yearl basis to Feb. 28, said profit last year rose to $5.3 millio from $2.6 million in 1973. Sale last year were $111.7 million. In the first quarter of thl year, Holly Sugar's s a l e reached $60.4 million, mor than half of the previous year total. The company would no say what its quarterly profit* 'ere. "The cost of raw sugar more than 80 per cent of ti day's refined sugar prices, an that price has risen from 1 cents a pound last year to mor than 32 cents a pound today, said an Amstar spokesman. Amstar and other sugar com panics say poor, crops in Huss and Cuba in recent years an in Western Europe and II Uniterl States this year ha\ aggravated the world supp and sent prices up sharply. "In recent months, price have been sent further up persistent buying of availab supplies by the dollar rich Ara countries, and also by flation," the Amstar spokesma said. He said returns also ha' gone up since price contro ended. icsday in his dining room jus r er the mountain from Little arts Creek. "This week is giv ig those operators a taste o hat might happen later on." He turned the page and reat cderal Energy Administrate otm C. Sawhill's statemen bout the need for maintaining .S. coal production. "I don't give a damn abou e Federal Energy Admlnis ation or the president aftc ord or the one before him, aid Duty, who digs coal for ethlehem Mines Corp. at Jef- y in Boone County. "They on't care whether I've goi nything lo eat on my table nd I don't care about them. In addition to being a miner t Bethlehem's No .46, Duty Iso is president of United Mine Vorkers Local 656 and chair an of his mine safety com itlce. "Most of the men don't want ie safety Job,' he said, running a hand through his curly ·ed hair and grinning. "They're fraid the company will be nad, but I don't care. The coal ompanies don't give a damn if " get killed under that moun- ain. They'll just drive over my Dody to get at that coal.' Duty is self-admittedly out- poken, but he says spending 26 f his nearly 45 years in the nines have left him with a lot if scars and few illusions. He said he supported UI^W 'resident Arnold Miller before Millers election and also after. 'Ut is waiting to see "what ind of contract he gets us. That'll tell the story." Many in the coal industry be- ieve the approaching contract deadline was the real reason Wilier called the memorial va- ation. As for the upcoming contract, Duty said. "I don't like to tell hem what I'want in it. Dental and eye care should be added :o the health care, for one lung..What good's money these days?" He aggravated a back injury ast month and probably wouldn't have worked this week even if the mines had been open, but he says the week's layoff can only strengthen the union's bargaining position. "I thought this week was a good idea," he said. "But some of the men were a little dis- mtlecl. They wanted to know why the hell Arnold couldn't have waited until squirrel sea- ion." Firemen Feud PINE BLUFF. Ark. (AP) -Sixty-six Pine Bluff firemen ap : proved a resolution .Wednesday saying they considered Chief W. R. Jacks suspended for 30 days. The firemen, all members of the local firefighters union, accused Jacks of violating department regulations and being incapable of performing . his duties. They presented their resolution to Coy Nixon, chairman of the Pine Bluff C i v i l Service Commission, who said he would bring the matter up at the commission meeting Monday night. The feud between the firemen and Jacks reached its peak recently when Jacks fired Grady May, the local union-.president. bedroom bedroom bedroom bedroom second floor dining family rm. fix Satisfaction Guaranteed · Replacement or Money Refunded Handy arranger binder ...files and organizes Tri-fold binder with 6 organization pockets, clip board section and pad. 3 rings for filler paper. Campus combination special Binder with clip. Index, filler paper, 8 pockets, theme book. Piano hinged 3*rmg binder Canvas covered binder opens flat. Will not scratch desk tops. TVi ring binder plus wire bound notebook, filler paper, index. 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