Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 7, 1972 · Page 15
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New TV Comedians? f Mohammad All, or Cassias Clay, (he former world heavy 'weight lio.vlug champion, hams tt up with sports commentator Howard Coscll, before Ihe start of (he Olympic boxing trials Saturday night at West Point. Top, All t o y s wlfh Cosell's finely combed lialr anil at bottom lie t a k c s over ' Hie' limelight putting Howard In (lie shadows. A 1 i appeared as a commentator along with Cosell on the ABC show, CAP Wlrcphoto) Warplanes Hit Enemy Tanks Inside Cambodian Border I SAIGON (AP) -- The U.S. ; Command ssnt scores of Amer- ·ican warplanes into Cambodia ; Sunday and today to aid belea- ?guercd Cambodian forces fac- [ ing North Vietnamese tanks for -the.first time,, · The command announced [that U.S. Marine and Air Force ; jets flyrng from Bien Hoa Air "Base, 15 miles northeast of Sai- -gon, destroyed 14 Soviet T54 .medium tanks along the Sait gon-Phnbm Penh Highway 14 Smiles inside the Cambodian ; border. '· It was one of the biggest tank Skills claimed in the four-month;Old North Vietnamese offensive. · The tanks were knocked out · as they tried to' encircle the .Cambodian town of Kompong · Tjrabek, about 85 miles west of "J'Saigon. The North Vietnamese ·appeared to be trying to secure '.-the highway, a key route for 'troops and supplies to South · Vietnam's northern Mekong ^Delta, where a big Communist -buildup is reported under way. v In North Vietnam, U.S. Navy "jets attacked the Loi Dong .'trans-shipment point and slor: age depot four miles northwest .of Haiphong; and pilots report^ed their bombs set off large or- ·ange fireballs and blackened '.Ihe area with thick smoke. *. L/YSEtt BOMBS *. The U.S. Command said Air ·Force F4 phantoms beamed 2,- kOOO-pound laser bombs into ''three spans ot the Cao Nung -:bypass bridge 48 miles north- Teasl of Hanoi on the rail line to ·'.China. A spokesman said recon; struction of the bridge was '.near completion when the ,paps were knocked out. The ^bypass bridge had beert de troyed earlier in the air cam- ;paign and the main bridge has »been knocked out three times. ' North Vietnam claimed six -'American planes were shot "down Sunday, but the U.S Command announced only one Hoss, a Navy A7 that wa rdowned by an anti-aircraft mis- .sile 20 miles northwest of Vinh iThe pilot was rescued, the com -mand said. ;.· In ground action, South Viet ·namese militiamen rccapturec "five hamlets near Hue today i'and Sunday in fighting thai Tcaused severe civilian casu allies. Farther north, North ^Vietnamese artillery barrages ^continued to inflict heavy losses ^on South Vietnamese marines -»l Quang Tri. ~ HAMLETS OCCUPIED -' A battalion of more than 100 rNorlh Vietnamese and Vie 'Cong occupied the five hamlets .JO miles southeast ot Hue be ore dawn Sunday. Govern'men militiamen recaptured one he villages Sunday afternoon hree more during the nigt ind the.fifth this morning. Associated Press correspom mt Holgcr Jensen reported tha at least 18 civilians were kille and 14 wounded in one hanile lone. Some were forced to remai n the bunkers with the Nort Vietnamese and Viet Cong an vere blown up by grenade brown inside by the govern ment troops. Others were kille or wounded when their home vcre hit.;by -South Vietnames shells. Others tried to flee whe he North Vietnamese move n, and the Communists shi ihem. Two South Vietnamese m. ·ines were killed and 58 wer wounded by a 700-round art! "cry and mortar barrage an ground clashes on the edges c 3uang Tri City. Thirty-en Vietnamese were repor ed killed. CASUALTIES Field commanders indicate .heir units were suffering 15 20 per cent casualties, main from Hanoi's Soviet 130m ^ , which have a range more than 17 miles. Meanwhile, the South Vic namese Defense Ministry a nounced that Defense Minist Nguyen Van Vy, 56; has bei "ired and forced into retiremc because of embezzlement fro the savings fund to which soldiers svere forced to contri ute. Soven colonels also we relieved of command, and was put under house arrest prevent him leaving the cou try. Premier Tran Thien Khie took over the defense ministr Landlord Happy As Draft Board Moves SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) The local draft board h, moved. And the landlord has i regrets. "Now we can go ahead ai start upgrading the buildin without worrying about it boil destroyed," said Wcs Martin" manager of the 12-story Community Dank Building where the hoard has been the target of anti - war demonstrators, countless bomb threats and a $15,000 fire blamed on arson. Tlie board moved to a building within sight of police headquarters. Negotiation Deadlock Ties Up Korean Talks SEOUL (AP) - A brief polIM il honeymoon hotvvccn llio venimciiU or N o r t h niul i,, Korea iipn'cnrB "to have (led In a doudlock ever ai 1 - ntfcmcnt!) For iipdollnllons to lie fiimlllos depurated by the vision of the pcntnnulu. It wus Just July 1 that the ra Kovornincnls surprised oh' own people us well as the Isidc world ly announcing I'ecmcnt Lo work peacefully r reunification, Tliuy even agreed lo abandon juslvo words while purtiulng clr dlplomiillc. goals, and ael) slopped calling the other a ipjicl rcglmo. Two weeks later, aller nearly Ribicoff Marries WASHINGTON (AP) -- Sen, braham Ribicoff, D-Conn., a ecent widower, married Lois lathes, a Miami Beach dl- orcce, Friday and llicn re- urnct] to the Senate withoul issina a vote. Ribicoff's wife of -10 years led last April afler a pro mgcd illness. i your o( quibbling over tccfini- cnlllloii, the jwo Korean Hod Cross oi'gunlHiiUorifi ugrccd if ;cl down lo luslne«s on AUK. B and tnccl allcrnntcly In Seoul mid Pyongyang, Iho Korean capitals. Then 10 .days before he scheduled first, session, Ihc wo skies hit a «nag. Koch In- listed · Unit the first session be icld In Its capital, then Pyongyang proiwscd that political i ml social leaders be Invited to .he first meetings In each capital, T h o S au t b r e a c t e d vohcmcnlly to this and called on the North not lo attempt to Inject politics Into a humnnltaf- lan matter, U was also reported that Ihe North balked at Seoul's proposal (o ololw u large group of foreign and Korean news representatives lo cover the talks. Two private meetings failed lo produce agreement, and the full-dress meeting lias been postponed Indefinitely Premier Kim Jong-pil ac cuscd the North of trying to turn the negotiations into a po Illical forum. North Korea charged Soutti Korea with delaying tactics. Sources in Seoul believe Vorth' Koron Is slowing the aco of Red Cross talks In an lloiript to Increase the chances of u resolution on Korea reading tile coming U,N. General Assembly. : Sponsored by Algeria nnd 11 n c r pro-Pyongyimg nations, ,ho resolution calls for ills wndlng the U,N. watchdog committee on Korea. South Coreu contends that U.N. dp ate on the resolution would up- iet the dialogue between North and South Korea. State Property MANSFIELD. Ohio . (AP)' Malabar Farm, the sliowplrice- of conservation built by author Louis Bromllcld, - h a s ' become Iho property or the State o( Ohio, , , ' - , : - . Gov. John Gilllgun accepted the deed for the ; 695-acre '(arm Thursday during a ceremony ii't the lllclilttiid County- landmark south or here alsng Ohio 603. The Ohio Department of Agriculture will take over fanning operations, while the Department of Natural Resources will operate other areas, Including Ihe 3l-rnom Bromfleld home. Northwvtt Arkansas TIMIS, FAVKTTCVILLC, AMKANtA* Won,, Aug. 7, 1972 18 fl BACKACHE-JOINT PAINS DeWIU's Pills act fast with an analgesic to help relieve the pain of backache and Joint pains. Their mild diuretic action helps to eliminate irritating bladder wastes. Insist on quality, Ask for Dewltt's pills...Today w. is the original "unreconstructed 1 Hourbon that pours a bit of die South in every drink. It is offered for salo only below the Mason-Dixon Line. REBEL YELL liisl eey OUR 10OTH ANNIVERSARY YEAR Ladies Jeans and Doubleknit Pants Reduced 50% Over 400 pair of ladies Jeans and Knit Panls in patterns and ^solids. Flare leg and straight ALL REDUCED 50% OFF REGULAR PRICE LADIES SUMMER DRESSES All Reduced To '/2 Price Reg. $7.99 Now $4 Reg. $17.00 Now $8.50 Reg. $22.00 Now $11 Reg. $45.00 Now $22.50 These are misses, juniors and half-sizes in polyester knits, etc. They include long dresses, formals, halter dresses and maternity wear. $348 AVOCADO GREEN 14' BOAT HAS FIBER GLASS CONSTRUCTION Wide 55" beam, built-in rod- oar holders, foam floatation under front and rear seats. 9.6 H.P. OUTBOARD MOTOR Wafer cooled with remote fuel tank. Reg. $469. 6 H.P. OUTBOARD MOTOR Twist grop control. Reg. $329. Remote fuel. tank. Save $41. $266 *397 WALL HUNG ELECTRIC FIREPLACE WITH HEATER--REG. 79.95 Crackle enamel finish; cozy 1350W, heater; 18" electric logs. In gold/blad/red. 24-ln, MONDAY, TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY 3 DAY SALE MEN, LEATHER SNOOT BOOT WITH STIRRUP STRAP IS SUPER VALUE Get the bold look; slraps, riv- SPICIM. BUYI ets,rings.Mah-madesole,heel, . . Boys'. ..Special Buy!' 14.00 POLYESTER DOUBLE KNITS IN MANY TEXTURES, COLORS 66" wide lightweight knits for ' YAR , soft-look fashions. Machine washable, need no ironing. SJmulaled pklure WARDS REG. LOW PRICI WARDS 12-INCH DIAGONAL TV CAPTURES BEAUTIFUL COLOR Carry it easily with the luggage-type handle. You're sure of picture stability with AGC. 18 IN. DIAGONAL COLOR TV Portable--Has AGC. Reg. 329.95. Save $30. 25 IN. DIAGONAL COLOR TV AFC--Oak Cabinet. Reg. 599.95. Save $100. SAVE $90! 23-INCH DIAGONAL SCREEN COLOR TV--REG. 489.95 Modern-style console offers AFC, keyed AGC, Instant-on, ·slide controls for color-ilnh . This is the deadline for Yellow Page advertisements and listings in tha now telephone book, . Please contact the telephona company business office before September 1, it you have any changes · or additions in your Yellow Page advertising, That number (o call Is 442-9801. Southwestern Bell

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