Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on October 23, 1974 · Page 35
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October 23, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 35

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Opening Ceremonies Set At County Health Center Friday Open house ceremonies Tor W a s h i n g t o n County's n e w Public Hcfillli Cenlei- will be held at 2 p.m. Friday, according lo County Judge Vol Lcslcr. Stale Public Health officials and nclrninislrnlors will be in Faycttcville on Nov: 4 for a conference and tour of the new building. The facility, located on a 2.75 acre tract on Woolscy Avenue, contains 15,700 square feet of space and is constructed of spHl-Caca concrete block. Elam L. Donliatn, architect, said tha building has fivo entrances with the main public entrance on the north Blrle of the upper level. The upper level houses the centrally-located District Judge Dies SOUTH REND, Ind. (AP) -George N. Reamer Sr., 70, a U.S. District Court judge since 1982. died Monday. He became a senior judge on the Northern Indiana District bench earlier this year. walling room and admjnlslra- l i v e offices, flanked b y diagnostic and treatment wings. The lower level contains staff entrances, a lobby, employes lockers and rest rooms and the sanitarians laboratory. Jack BurgD Construction Co. of Fayclteville sras contractor on Hid $301,330 building, which was partially financed with federal revenue sharing funds. Bill Paretlc, county sanitarian, said some $200.000 worth of up-to-date medical equipment has been installed in the buldllng without cost to the county. Tlie public Is Invited to the opening ceremonies. Cubs Announcer Dies CHICAGO (AP) - Pat Pieper, 88, the only public-address announcer the Chicago Cuhs ever had, died Tuesday.- He first worked for the Nationaf League baseball dull in 1004 as a peanut vendor and began announcing the starling lineups when Wrigley Field opened in 1316. Jones Raps Welfare increases BLYTHEVirXE, Arli. (AP) -- John Harris Jones, the Republican candidate for the U.S. Senate, criticized Gov. D a l e Bumpers, his Democratic opponent, Tuesday night for what Jones said was a steady in crease in the number of persons who receive welfare payments under the Aid to Fami- lies with Dependent Children program. Jones, a Plna Blutf banker and lawyer, said, "Welfare agencies ought lo be pulling able-bodies workers into jobs in farming and private industry. Jones said AFDC eases were reduced 8 pet' eenl in California and .73 per cent in New York in 1973 hut that the caseload in Arkansas had increased by more lhas 16 per ccnl. "Is Gov. Bumpers proud that Arkansas cases increased over 16 per cent?" Jones asked. Jones said the governor had made no effort to coordinate welfare with job placement. The slate Social Services Division, the stale agency lhat Northwest ArkoiiKu TIMES, Wed., Oct. 23, 1974 FAYITTEVILLE, ARKANIA* , administers the AFDC program, said the number of AFDC cases from June 1973 to J u n e 1974 had increased 13.7 per cent, but tliat ihere had been a decrease of $'178,000 in the tolal amount of n-ivmgp.ts, James Carlwright, Social Services director, said the increase was due lo several fac- lors including the nation's economic problems. He said inflation had forced some persons who had not applied for pay- menUs to apply "to make ends meet." Trw TIMES h On Top of Th» Newt to van Day* « IX HUT WATCH · · * ' ' ' ' · tt y.jt " */ w » ^ 'y.jt " SWIFTS · HIM WoekSt. EVERYDAY LOW PRICE mghts Mb.2'/i-Oi.S(fl. Quick and Easy to Prepare! See How You Save! EVERYDAY LOW PRICE and Cheese Dinners Qwkkond Easy Prepare! 714 -Or. Oar store is loaded with opportunities for you to save! Meats yoa'B be proud to serve. The season's finest fruits and vegetables. 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