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47-Real Itfatt--Fot NEW I bMroom 1« bath, orpelM on lAkfr Bequoyah P.ostl near Baldwin total price »18,9W, H.500 down. pa3TOtnl, 1150 month. Call Don Dlnrftdine 521-313 S'OO- «:DO or 442-S1H tiler 6:00. ' BY BUILDER - N«w 3 bedroom, 3 bftlh, llrsplaw, dishwasher, air condition- ·r, 2 c»r iarap; with rwnolfr control door, nwr Asbeli Ochoo!. 442-5878, FISHING AT BACK DOOR 5 Acrw, 5 mile* out 16 West. J Bedrooms, fireplace, new home. |I9,300, Will consider trade. Phone 442-5928. - · .Legal Notfcw-- P R O C L A M A T I O N O F SPECIAL ELECTION Notlc* is hereby given that a special "*' ·lecltrm will be held In Ihe City of Fay , ltev1lle, Arkansas, on November 5. 1T4 -.-· 'at which Ihero will be submitted to V . the electors oi the City the election -; of members to the fr'aye tie villa Board or Directors pursuant to Ihe provisions ,,.' ot Acl No. 493 oi the Acts of the Genera -'·" ~ Assembly oF iho Slate of Arkansas for the year 1973. Al Uil a el action Ihe seven d trcctora to'biS elected as the Board of Directors . city of FayelteviUe shall be elected In - the following manner: -; .(I) PoilUona 1, 1. S, and 4 of In 'J 5 * Board of Directors shall be assignee j k , to the four wards ot the City In accord "" ance with Inn number of the respective wards, and one member o f tho City Board of Directors shall bo elected from «ach of said wards. Provided, that" ·=. candidates lor a position lo which ward number is assigned shall res!d .-.,- in the ward from which elected, bu ^V «ll such members elected from ward T-. Bhal f bo vote d upon by the qualilie "*" electors of the City at large. (2) Positions 5. 6, and 7 shall be desig rated lor election oi three members llar?e. All members elected lo repre lent wards, and all members electe aU arge, on the Board of Din of the City, shall be elected by the qua! fled electors of the City at-large. " . any member of the Board of Directors! elected to · represent a ward on said Board of Directors shall move his place of rti3!denc« from inside said ward, but to -another place within the City, said peron shall not forfeit his' oFflce for tha remainder of his Icrm, but shall be ineligible la succeed himself for elec- ·-" lion nfl Ihe member of the 'Board! of ,''-- Directors f r o m , said ward, but shall be *·* eligible to seek an at large position '· ' on the Board of Directors. _ AH candidates for a Board ot DIrec* ^ _" tors' , position shall file for the position · ;:i 'tor which he is seeking election. EacJi -*£ candidate lor a position- on the Board -: of Directors must file a petition with *" the City Clerk not more than sixty (», ·2'. and not less than forty (40) days before '-* the election, which petition must contain the signatures o! ttily qualified electors ~. of the municipality, requesting the candl- !})_ dacy of such candidate. I.M If no candidate for n pnrltcular position shall, at IhR special election, receive -- A majority vote for said position. County Board ot Election Commissioners tball conduct a run-off election in the City at which the names of the !· t^andidatos for said position recelvi the highest number of volca, but nol a majority vole, shall appear on the i.. ballot (o ba voted upon by the qualified .- . electors of the City al-Targe. The Dinner of such.-runoff election shall be declarec the member of the Board ot Directors for said position. . ' ~" Tha four members elected to "serve from the four wards oi the City shall ierve leans to expire on December 31, In vubsequent to the data of said special election, of municipal officials Is held ttie year In which the second general election, and (he members of the Board «f Directors of Ihe City elected lo po- ··" iitlons assigned the City at-large, shall ;r ; lerva terms lo expire'on December SI, · '· next following the'first general election held subsequent to' the date of said spe- --- cial election. Successor members shell be elected for" terms of four yean Jn the manner provided by law. , Only qualified electors of the City of -\ Hayctleville Arkansas, as shall he V right to vote at the special election, · Fald election shall be held between such "'! hours and nt such places in the* City ·;. of Fayetteville Arkansas as shall be ^ designated by the Washington County : , of Election Commissioners for '~ the holding of the general- election or November 5. 1974. :· DATS!) THIS 6th day of August, 1974 RUSSEUj PURDY, MAYOR T- CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE ARKANSAS -- ' 4Ec · 10 17, 2-1, SI Yearbook Spoof President Ford's son Steve strikes a Bonnie and Clyde pose in the T. C. Williams High School yearbook w i t h classmate Jan Hodgeg. T h e book, containing the Bonnie and Clyde spoof, rolled o f f the presses this week In Alexandria, Va. (AP Wirephoto) Sf, Joseph's School To Adopt Lunch Policy SI. Joseph's School has adopted a policy for free and reduced price meals for children unable lo pay the full price of meals served under the National School lunch program. Principal. Mrs. Garaldine Fisher, under provisions of the policy will review applications and determine eligibility based on family size and income criteria as established by the national program. Families not meeting income criteria may also qualify if they liave had other unusual expenses due to unusually high medical expense, shelter costs in excess of 30 per cent of Income, special education expenses due tq the mental of physical con dition of a child, or disaster or casualty losses. Application forms have been sent to parents and may be ob tained at the principal's office An appeals procedure has also been developed and will be directed by Pastor Leo Hied mueller. A complete copy of the policy is on file at Ihe school where i may be reviewed at any time. Dies Of Injuries LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Sybf Coleman, 48, of Jacksonville died Friday fn a Little Hoc! hospital of injuries suffered 11 a traffic mishap Thursday State Police said. Trooper Ray Carnahan sai the car carrying the Colema woman tried to cross U.S. 6 near Jacksonville and was h: broadside fay a pickup truck. Hearst Sentenced To Prison, Fined NorthwMt Arkantai TIMES, Sat., Aug. 31, VAYITTIV1LLI, ARKANtA* _^ 1974 II Everybody's Business Filmslrip On Alcohol To Be Shown In Schools Alcohol, Us personal, social nd economic effects on our solely, is life subject of Ihe first f the 1974-75 series of Associat- d Press SPECIAL REPORT ilmslrips being made available o Fayetleville Schools by the Northwest Arkansas TIMES. The sound-and-color filmslrip imphasizes the use and abuse if alcohol among teen-agera loting tlial the number of teen age alcoholics in the United States is estimated at 450,000, with the number growing daily The program, latest in a ser es of award-winning filmstrips points to a recent govefnmen report which puts t h e annua economic loss to the nation -In lost work, medical expense! Savings Bond Sales In July Reach $110,879 Sales of $110,879 in Series E and H savings bonds were reported in Washington County luring July, according to Ro- icrt Moore, county savings bond chairman. During the first seven months of the year $664,857 In:b6n'ds lave been sold, bringing the county to 73.7 per cent of its annual goal. Sales of bonds during the same period last year were $549.357. Bonebrighl Named o Insurance Post In District Uarkeltes To Be TV Feature Sunday Night and"~motor"v'ehicir'ac'cide 1 nir- summer European tour will at $25 billion. "Alcohol: Effects on Society" ncludes actual interviews with ;een-age alcoholics, as well as school and hospital officials who examine the reasons and reality of this major national problem, Authorities involved are asked why teen-agers are turning to alcohol and how the use of alcohol is related to the use of other drugs. They, also discuss varied school and outside programs designed to help problem drink- he subject of John Candler'L TV program at 9:30 p.m. Sun day over KFSM, Channel Fort Smith. The one-half hour color pro gram will be narrated by Ken nelh Ballenger, director of th University of Arkansas' chora group, · assisted by students Charles Allen of Fayetlevill and Terry Patterson of For Smith. ers, such as Alcoholics Arionj mouse, Alateen and Ala-Non. Richard Bonebright has been amed "northwest district ihsu ance sales manager for the Wkansas Farm Bureau insu ance sales department, ao ording to Arnold Berner, exe utive vice president. Bonebright will oversee insu ance sales in 10 counties in lorthwest Arkansas, including 36nton, Madison and Washing on. He succeeds Warren Wai ier who recently transferred t he norlhcentral district as dls rict sales manager. 'Bonebright. a native of Mon arial I has worked In life insu raft cei^ for-about two years. H vas' wllh Trans-States Secufit ,ife Insurance Co. of Houston as an agent, district sale manager and regional sale manager. He spent five years with ligh-line electrical contraclin company in Houston, as cor slfuction supervisor and late as assistanl vice president i the soulhern division, which i eluded Arkansas. Bonebright graduated frorb. the -University : of Houston 1970. He and his wife and son li' at Little Rock. Cloudy Skies Coyer Most Of Nation y THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Cloudy skies marred the start Labor' Day weekend over mch of the nation today. · Thundershowers were spread om eastern Colorado to Lower lichigan and across the lower astern half of the U n i t e d tales. Pueblo, Colo., received almost an inch of rain and.Bir- mingham, Ala., and Meridian, dlss., were soaked in one Inch. Wind gusted through Upper lichigan at 40 miles an hour nd heavy fog spotted New England. Temperatures before dawn anged from 38 at Redlg, S.D., o 92 at Blythe, Calif. Entertainers To Be Married Today LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Ac- cress Sally Kirkland and singer Vllchael Jafretl will be married i5re today at the headquarters of the Movement ot Spiritual Inner Awareness, the Rev. Joel Harris says. The Rev. Mr. Harris said Miss Kirkland and Jarrett, who is also a musician and composer, are both members Of the movement. Miss Kirkland has appeared in such movies as "The Sting." "Blazing Saddles" and "The Way We Were." It will be the first marriage for her. Jarrett's first marriage ended in divorce. KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -Q. Byrum Hurst, 55, a member of the Arkansas Senate for 22 years, was sentenced Friday to one year in prison and a $5,000 fine for bank law violations. Judge John W. Oliver of U.S. District Court imposed sen- ence, rejecting Hurst's plea for probation. . . . Hurst pleaded guilty Feb. 11 ;o one count of an eight-count ndictment that charged him with misapplying funds of Ihe First State Bank of Joplin, Mo. The count alleged that Hurst probation, rather than time in prison. He said he could not understand why the Federal Bureau of Prisons had recommended a two-year sentence in his case. The bureau studied the case after Hurst was sent to the U.S. Medical Center at Springfield, Mo., June 15. Oliver said .he had received many letters favorable to Hurst and that the former senator's service in Arkansas' Senate had been praised. "I do not feel that the fact received proceeds of a $12,500,that the defendant has been in First State Bank loan to E. E. ipublic service should have any Warren at Idabel, Okla., o r i l j ' ~ "~ : " ; TM ~* June 21, 1972. Hurst also had pleaded guilty to four Arkansas counts of conspiracy -- one involving giving false statements to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. and three involving of bank funds. of IN THE CHANCERY 1,'i COURT OF WASHINGTON COUNTY, ARKANSAS Warning Order L.8 Reed and Ma« need, husband and wife Plalntlll Vs. : " CH-74-700 ^' Frances A. Drisfcill Defendant The DC (end ant Francln A. Drbkill Is -.* warned to appear in Uifs Oaurt wJthln ~ : ~ causo. "·' tMrty daya and answer the complaint .7' oi th« PlalnliH In the above entitled "-* Witness my hand and seal of tnls Court thli 13lfi day of August, 1971. . Atma KoUmRycr Chancery clerk By Kaye Chappell B.C. V, SEAL " · :, 4IV: 17, «, 31, sepL 7 These charges alleged he participated in misapplication of about $148,000-in loans made by the Bank of Glenwood, Ark., and the Pike County Bank of Murfreeshoro, Ark. impact on the imposition sentence," Oliver said. "All persons are equal under the laws and the Constilution of the United States and the fact that the defendant has been in public service should not in- misapplication' crease or decrease the sentence imposed upon the defendant," Oliver said. Oliver noted that Hurst had made restitution. Hurst sold his interest in the Joplin bank in January 1973 while the investigation was under way. Oliver sentenced Hurst to one Hurst was ordered to report year on each -of the f i v e , Sept. 30 to begin serving the charges, b u t ' said the terms i sentence. would all run at the same time. Hurst, a lawyer, told Oliver he' would do anything the court required if he were granted IN THE CHANCERY COITRT OF WASHDfGTOS COUNTY, ARKANSAS : Warning Order Kar§n Marie Donahue Plaintiff Timothy CK-74-702 0: Donahue The Defendant Timothy O. Donahue is wurned lo appear in this Court withi thirty days anil answer Ihe complain! ot the PialnUIf in thfi abova entitled cause. Witness my hand and seal .of this Court Uiis 13th day of August. 1974 Alma KoUmeyer Chancery Clerk By Kaye Chappell D. C. SEAL: 4Tc 17, 24. 31. Sepl. 7 Hurst was an unsuccessful candidate for the · Democratic gubernatorial nomination in-Arkansas in 19V2. Turkish Justice Minister Cracks Down On Public Sex ANKARA, Turkey (AP) Turkey's conservative justice minister, a former Moslem priest, is conducting a personal no-breasts-hared crackdown on public sex "to break the backs if those who lead youth to get WARNING ORDER NO, CH 74-676 IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF WASHINGTON COUNTY, ARKANSAS MONARCH LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY o( Sprinsfteld, Massachusetts. PMnllff, Vs. KENDALL W. SCOTT and: DORIS M. SCOTT, his wile; and GREGORY SCOTT and DORIS M. FRUCKEY, Defendants. Tl.s Defendants, Kendall W. Scott and Doris SI. Scott, his wife; and Gregory SDofl and -Doris M, Fmehey, are hereby warned la appear in this Court witliln thirty, days and answer tho Complaint of lh» Plaintiff. Monarch Life Insurance Company of Springfield, Massachusetts, and upon their iailuro to do so, said Complaint wlil be taken as confessed. WITNESS my hand as clerk ol the Chancery Court of Washington County, Arkansas, and the seal of ffald Courl this 6lh day of August. 1974. ALMA KOLLMEYER, Clerk By: Kathleen Harness, D.C, , (Seal) 41c 10. 17, «, 91 V PRIME MINISTER · : KIRK DIES o ; WELLINGTON, New Zealand _ (AP) -- Prime Minister Norman E. Kirk died today, t h e .,, government announced. He was ';; ; 50. An official slatement sail ;;'·' Kirk's heart stopped suddenly : ' ; and he died without any sign oi ""· distress. Kirk entered the hospita Thursday for treatment of gas trie influenza, but he had beer ·"-in poor health for severa "" months. Complications of pleur isy had set in after an oper ~ ation for varicose veins.. '.'.' The statement said Kirk i»vihown come Improvement j]"i recently. \ runk on lust." Justice Minister Sevkct Kaan has targeted books, news- apers, magazines and films. !e set up a special government ffice to paint small black ands on bare breasts and bot- oms in imported publications. Kazan has the blessing of his National Salvation parly, junior artner in Premier Bulent Ece- it's coalition government. Last week he hauled into ourt the weekly, Yanki, beau se it illustrated a critical article about his efforts with a ilcture from a German maga- :ine. Kazan's censors hac irushed black bands on the .iude backsides of seven women, but he charged the maga- ine with printing pornography anyway. Gunaydin, a mass-circulation laily usually top-heavy will Icsh, regularly gets in trouble vitb Kazan's prosecutors. Edi or Necali Zincirkiran has asked that Kazan . resign be cause "Turkey is not in the Middle Ages." Kazan's prosecutors have overruled the seal of approva of Turkey's film censor boar and banned three importec ilms thjs year. One, a tame Italian epic called "Duel on a [.ove Bed," was halted in the midst of an afternoon showing. Ecevit, leader of the Republi can People's party and a poe with liberal views, has can tioned his coalition partne against "overzealousncss," , warning obviously pointed to ward the justice minister. A radical religious party tha appeals to the devout Moslerr beliefs of Turkey's peasantry National Salvation advocate return to the strict Islami moral code, which kept wome ministers in Ecevit's 25-mem- er cabinet, also controlling the nterior Ministry, which admin- slers the board of censors. The arty chairman, Deputy Premier Necmettin Erbakan, has rdered the board restructured impose stricter censorship on ex. Another Salvation member, 'rade Minister Fehim Adak, as held back credit for tour- sm projects because he feared he degradation of Turkish norals that would be caused by , veiled and Kenial Ataturk secular Turkish .republic segregated former! passed modernizing reforms ; the 1020s and 1930s. Ecevit Is Ataturk's politics heir and is uncomfortable wit his partners, but he needs them to maintain his majority In pa I lament. National Salvation has seve nousands uninhibited jeach resorts. of scantily-clad, Westerners at RAMBLER OUTRUNS POLICE UNITS PINE BLUFF, Ark. (AP) -i Rambler outran three Pine Jlutf police cars and two State 3 oltce units before crashing Friday. Bobby Marrow, 17, of Lebanon, Mo., driver of the car, was arrested after the crash. Police said Eddie Mott, 16, also of Lebanon, escaped on foot. State Police said Missouri authorities said both boys had 'led from a reformatory at Ja'meston, Mo. The chase began when Pine Bluff officers spoiled the Rambler and discovered that its license plate matched one reported on a stolen car. Three Pine Bluff police units equipped with interceptor engines pursued the Rambler at speeds of more than 100 miles per hour. The Rambler pulled away. When State Police were noli-! tied, two State Police cars' drove side-by-side as a moving roadblock on U.S. 65. The Rambler came up to them, took to the shoulder and whisked pass [hem. The Rambler exited at Dixoii Road al a speed estimated by pursuing police as 120 miles per hour. Then i t . crashed in a ditch. 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