Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 7, 1972 · Page 23
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Eit«t*-For Sol* BEAUTIFUL FARM NEAR NOEL, MO. MO fixe* nt lovol lo gently rollliiu 1 Inml. iipnroxlmnloly U» .nvru 11" . . lovoi niomlMv Intnl. I no ncrci of oppn imnlmcliinil, Ijslniuiu lit n ' good ' favor of Imitlwumt limber. ' -..Thin , ' n f n i nqcdn nltciillon but could bo ilovolopcd Into 1 or 8W ,. MlMoitrl'a lop atoclt fnvira, Wiilcr- ·' «:l 'by J excellent wulla, C · took ,, non»«.«n«l ? vory gopil 'sprlnaa. Tito homo alls In u hcnulkrul Krovo o[ liirrjo- irees wtlli u b e a u t i f u l . . view of , tlio ontlre raunlryslito · . Homo cpti^talK or 7 rooms und hnth . . ; wllh huue llvlnuroom wooilliurnlng , flreiklnco"-- yorcT Is well Innd- nciipod wllh h o n u l l r u l grass niul *· ftovvoiu Oiilbultdlntftt nro Hood with , . , 2 hums JO'xlOO' M'ldoo'. This liMulidil farm U 1 nillo off pttvcd j - hlgjiwdy on n very uotid cotmly rond. .EnlJro form Inya on one stclo or thi! ro'ncl wltli no pttlrilc rontls i ·-' Inlo Ilio pronerly. Aired owner Is Jiml rccovcrlnK from n heart nt- inck nnl must sell. Priced nt $75.; 00t,ol wUh.gocxI terms. i ' K I N G S WER FARM 410 ncrca on scenjc Kings River in Madison, County, Ark. 205 nurcs developed ffrnsslnnd, balance In fine ccyor of pine hardwood. i ipo acres' yet to develop. Boltnm- ; lancl(l$ along.-l 1 /* ml|es--or river ,:. froiiUigi.-'a .springs. 3 nnnds lc dceV'Hvatcr well that Icsled 50 ', gnllqhsi.Sor minute. 1 Improvements , -- 'Wjtlf- hay'lwn, 1 room bunga- "' " low "' with ' large enclosed "por Many bcnullflll building sites, orch , HunUvlllc. Ark. Priced ' at 5125,000,00": : MADISON COUNTY H77 acres" In Madison County, "Ark. will i- 2.7 acrea boUomlaml 70 acres u p l n n d , pasture, Es apltt by War Eagle Illver -- Ap- proJtlmaloly 1 3/-1 miles of river frontage. Tn addition to Ihe fiver there ore several ponds and springs to furnish adequate stock wntcr . Improvements -- 2,ljcdroom modern home, 2 large hay barns, 2 1 ' . 4 miles from Priced nt .$150,- f equipment shed Himlavlllo, Ark. 000.00 CROSSBOW REAL ESTATE First National Bunk Bulldlns Huntsvllle. Arkansas Day or Night Phone: 738-2837 REAL ESTATE EXPERT 47-Raal Bitatt-For Sol* 47-R««t Eitaf*-For Sal* A.GOOD OFFER ^ what t h i n ' o w n e r ti tonkins f»f nn thin 'i bedroom ft Inrgo o n or 3 Imilronm lioiuo on nil, HiMiuoynh -- Hi, lilittls -- [M- MKUIATK I'OSSKSSlON-vory Ulu yni'il innwliiii titcnuio of Ilio hcniillful Hiounil cover [Mid Inj'HO IroM -- 1'ANOHAMIC V1KW -- MSTKD M' ONLY ?10,0(H). Call 4H-43IO for nppolnt- incnt. POTHAST REALTY CO. 443-4316 Helen Eldwh Saf» Prnlric Grove «cliool dWrlel, nlco nn, 2 batli home, cnrpet in living room, holl cind 2 |jrm. On 1 ncro of Innd with extra Good well wnler. - f 18,7 E 0.00 place fnsl. will buy tills 47 Acres, broiler and nloek form -- 12.500 broiler cnpnclty -- He- modeled 3 DB liomc In very nice condition. Bnrn nnd etornje bidgs. VI MILE from city llmlls. 10 acres of goad land wltb 22,000 cased layers. Large older 2 story modern home and i other older dwelling. Approximately $18,000 yearly Income. Terms open, ?60,000.00, Prairie Grove school district, 28 aarcs of very good (arm land, SI5.000.00. A good location for your home. Acreage close lo town. 35 acres with pond, Open terms, $21.500.00. YANCEY REALTY Baker- Freeman START .THE WEEK RIGHT! Call 621-13011 to LIST your properly. Ilrochurcn and appml«£lfl Wllh each IJBTINa, FULI, SKflV. IOK to both BUYCT n n d SKLU5R, Home*. Farms and Income proper- DID YOU MIS'S US? 20 July Dial It. The whole STAFF apenl the day nl n FINANCING (SEMINAR In l/tlllo Hock, To belter BCrve vpui DID YOU. MISS US? 2 that lo. The wiiole STAfT spent tllo day nt a Heal Eslnlo SEMINAR in Fort Smith, To holler «ervo YOU. Wo PLEDGK to continue our education. Call us and check ua out ns PROFESSIONALSI Call 521-1300 Baker- Freeman 1618 N. College 521-1300 Nlles and weekends call? Jan Henaon - . 521^8509 BarbettD Blakemort 521-5032 Jamca Freeman 1-12.432! Jamea Baker 443-4472 Pauline MoKinney 521-154.1 WE WORK HARDER RESULTS . . . FOR SALE BY OWNER Ttirjg Iwdroom, Colon!"! hrlck homo on 4 acres off llwy. 16 We»l. mfni'les from Unlvcralty. Two lha, lolal electric, fenced li.iuk- rd. Mii»l toll, )38,UOO or btit of. r. Ajjiumo nuto and owner will rry purt of hnlnncc. Phone 442-8572 Bob Yancy BUI Yancy Tommy Rottirock Phyllis Allen Prairie Grov« 846-2600 824-3379 4 ACRES with 2 bedroom house and bath with washer anrl dryer hoolfup' and smai barn locate fl be Iween Hprlngdale an Fayellevine. tH.tJOO. 521-6321. 31 ACRBa, 15,000 capacity broiler hous , automatic equipment, clly is'dtcr; naturn gas. 3 bedroom home, 831-5741. , , ( By OWNER: 3 bedroom modern'home One acre, good location In southeast Fay cllcville. Phone S39-28). ALMOST 12 ACRES unimproved, scenic, rough, woodec land. County road just about spills the tract diagonally. SlrlctJy for the view and tree lovers. On Ed-1 wards Road. Fayettevllle School. $6,000. CA-LL HEINEY REALTY CO. Hwy 16 Easf 442-9236 7 ROOM older tiome In Prairie Qrove, o 2 lots. IH.OOO. terms can be-'arrange! Phone 417-172-3808, Oranby, Missouri CAN'T LAST At the price of only 529.500. Owner has lold us to seU. 3 bedroom 2 bath BRICK with all the extras. Sutterfleld School too. BF 612 Call Pauline McKlnney 521-1300 or 521543. . Baker- Freeman 618 N. College 521-1300 .VIRGINIA 'BRISTOW WOHKS FOH THE MILLION DOL. LAR AGENCY -- OVEH A MILLION JXLLAES OF CLIENTS PROPERTY SOLD YEARLY--NO SELLING OF OUR OWN HOLDINGS TOPPING A MILLION IN SALES fan I N D I V I D U A L OWNERS -- LIST WITH MRS. BHISTOW FOR FULL ATTENTION TO YOUR PROPERTY. Office 521-4600 Res. 4*2-5547 ·r in mi i 1 1 1 ii nit iiiiii i 1 nn iima SHAMBIIN "The Sign Of Service" 203 N. Colleg* QUIET L A N E _ BF G37 WHh a brand new home for family. 7 lovely rooms, 3 bed ', rooms and. 2 baths. Lots onti Iota of extras for inorn -- and an extra good pr;cc of §31,950 for Dad. Take *-ft look -i-, U will be finished in a few days. Call Jan Henson 521-1300 . or 52I-G509. Freeman '; 1618 N. College 521-1300 Co. GREAT SHAPE. S el d am do yo u find a thrc e bedroom Brick, in immaculate condition n e a r Butterticld School for under- $30,000,, but we hnve one for'only 527,000,001 This beauty has a complete kitchen with separate breakfast area,j separate utility 'room, sparkling bath a half, a Jiving room ; that opens to the faintly rooni f sliding doors to o covered patio with gas grill, two car garage with abundant storage, central heat air conditioning, drapes carpets. IT WONT LAST LONG FOR ONLY $27,000.00, Call today -Office 442-7391. KINCAID COMPANY : REALTORS George W. LowU Mike R. Walson 442-671 Hugh Klncald 521-605 TWO bedroom home, clly water, natur gas, on 1 acre, 2 miles Norlhwesl Uncoln. 82I-57J1. TAKE YOUR CHOICE 3~Bdr--mostly furn.--Baldwin, $13,- 2 Bdr--very neat--Farmlngtoh. SIO,500, . 3 Bdr--nearly 2 A--JFay. $11,500, 2 Bdr -- nearly 2^ Acres -- West Fork. $13,000. 2 Bdr--Q. house--1\' 3 A. Winslow. $15,850. 3 Bdr--I 3 ,i--Colonial--5 A. Farmington. $33,500. 3 Bdr -- Lovely duplex -- Near Beaver Lake. $30,000. 3 Bdr--Den^S Bdr trailer--8 A. Fay. $45,000. THE OSBURN BROKERS HIWAY 82 WEST PHONE 443-i46 TWO bedroom house by owner, rooms; fireplace new carpel, new pain large ]ol. Wedlnglon. Phone 521-6536, ATOP Mt. Sequoyah. Roomy, 5 room; car gavasre, porrhcs, 1^4 balhs, utlli! 3 wooded lols. ?W,000. 442-0308. A WIDE YARD ALL BRICK In excellent condition, quality carpet nnd drapes, attractive kitchen, attached garage, fenced back yard. Great financing--No down payment to a qualified Veteran -- Only 10% Down to norv-veteran. In Farmington, -- See us for Details LAZENBY Real Estate Company 1015 N. College - 521-6700 Col. Art McAnarney Lester Davis Ken Lazenby Bill Lazenby 442-EG40 442-5439 TALKING REAL ESTATE With B. A. Shamblfti ' A Column of Real Estate Comment and Opinions -- Beginning in Two Weeks New 3 Bedroom Home Located in Fayelfeville and Springdale Harrison Davis Builder 524-4888 FOR SALE By Owner Like new hrick and frame, 3 hci room house in nice ncighborhoc for children. Large yard, $17,00i Call 267-3864 117 ACRES 7 Room stone house wilh mode kitchen and bath. Good well. Ce tral heat, 3 ponda, Near Ml. Ga ler. 7/10 mile from Rt. 71. $39,5C Terms available. Winslow. Phope 634-3105 FOR SALE BY OWNER 2 Bed room house, Uarn, garag nnd outbuildings. On 12 acn edge of city limits on East 917,500. Phone 442-4072 $2},500 3 Bedroom, l',i baths, flrep1a_ buiH-ins. Kitchen/dining combin lion. 6/10 acre, Old Wire Ho North. Butterficld School Distri Over 13,000 sq. ft. of living sapc Phone 443-4696 HOW NICE it w i l l be lo live on a quiet sire in this 3 bedroom home, New painted, carpeting, central he and air. Large trees, many ya plants n n d dog woods, pi us oth extras. Don't pass this one up. C Jo A n n e Stanberry. Charle.1 Wllhcy Jo Anno Stanberry Ho well Tnimbo ,,,,,, .. - · . , · SHAMBLIN BUYING or SELLING List With "Tha Sign of Service" 203 N. Collofjo, 521-4600 TRUMBO CO 521-6800 90S A Rolling IKlli 442-65 442-SI 112-51 !1Y OSVKBn New, IIir«(i tittimm luiuit MI 0:10 «c:o In Weil 1-Vk. flood iima, ' n e M»-ajai/ : ' .V ' ·" : Outlom conl«mi»rry tloni and cedar on 3 A, He«m And flr«PIK« Mixlein livhz, r.alural It'HaJ, KI3-ZMV TIMIS, 7, New Production Link ESTATE PROPERTY vcn roonn, otdor lioino. Hi l h a , ' Nacdn rcdccorAthitf, Good oporly for iieoon Intercsled lii Jilorlnu. Excellent loctllon,'uloco it 41B N. Wulilnjlon. Pride »I8,- X ) . ' · - · : · . . ' · · 202 N, College I'lvln Da n for I h ' lohard Ij, Mnyc* . C.-Foucotlo Irjjinla Cower* ol Sharp . Off!c« 442-2335 ilcli, -142-3335 . Kt*. 442-2277 ·net. 442-8305 Bet, 442-5547 Re,. 442-8914 ·m tui, mi. /CHOICE JnL'atlon, view and decor with all Dieiioodlca. Jloomy, wllh tnito. full wnlxout bnscmcnl and two car ija- riee. Call for riolalli, THREE BEDROOM BRICK on level lot. Two balhi, with CiH, snd O.A., all utllltlci, paved otrect, fenced backyard. Convenient locution, !*f" VA loan, Immediate MCIUlQTi. ' L ' SUBURBAN Modern flvo room" home on afreet. Clly · WJtUr, natural gaj, yard w i t h , f'rc'ea,, Qnly »10,000. U.S. Grain Soon To Be Shipped To Russia WASHINGTON (AP"-- First' next three yours; it will be fl- cash niarkels aji'dAoas''f R BAle: 1{cnl nice Lincoln. CrpOH, lar rm cellar. ;mniGdJal 15. bedroom home f i storage k [ t . pgcseiilon. 821- MALL ACREAGE : CLOSE-IN _ Acres-level nice land, small odern, homo, natural gas. plenty ; water'and city water In yard, cry dealrbte locution wllhtn ten inutcs of Squnre. Phone Irtcher, REAL ESTATE Office 442-7081 3247 N- College Omcr Vcrwcr* ; 443-84IS Thelma Culwcll 442-7102 Barbara Mccieletcr »7-33^ Jim Walwn . - MM shipments of U.S. surplus grain BOOH will begin- m o v i n g , inlo n now farnvexporVplpellrYe to'the Soviet' Union, u fink government officials say could herald a new production era tor Amor- lean farmers. -.The'grain sale to the Soviets, announced last, July 8, involves $760 million worth of wheat and livestock feed grain over the nanccd ui)(Ior credit' arrange- mcnU handled by · Ibe Commodity Credit Corp. In the Department ol Agriculture. ' If sustained, and further export doors euch as China are opened, dramatic shirts In U.S. government crop-control programs may be in the .offing, changes which could enable farmers to raise niore crops for Many Schools Taking Part In Bilingual Education Programs Legal Nollc«c-- , S'OTICK In Ilie I'rnbnlo .Court of Hmhlj CountXi : Arkanflfl». In Ihe Mailer ol-lhe KslaU of y, Wiih|)urii,.ilec»itd ' ·., No. 12-153 . known . H decftdenl- 235 FOR SALE 9 Ranch Drive Bedrooms, 2 batbs, Hying 'and inlnff room with fireplace, shag arpet throughout, Modern Kitchen. jandacopedi corner lot. Law 30s. .: 442-8457 after 7 p.m. Shown by Appointment Only 617 :MAPL.E DRIVE n Springdale. Needs mowing, leaning and small repair. Bcautl- ul ,lrces -- npprox 75x2SO lot. Carpeted -- fireplace ·-- Alt. garage -- ep. gucfit room. Only $15,900 -- Mrcady mtged. Near shopping. . , MIGSTON ST. With school nearing- this Is an deal 4 Bdr -- ;1% hath family lome, with double fireplace. 175-' 50-terraced l a w n " -- - H o o t School. Vldovy needs sin all er home and will carry; own mortgage. THE OSBURNLBROKERS HIWAY, 62'WEST . - P H O N E Weil Clebum' Street, FaycUevlllc, Ark, 72701, D«le, of'^ealfii-July 17, JS72. An'Instrument d a t e d April 4, 155; wai on .Ihe.Klh day of Jury,' 1972, admitted to probate a B. the last will of Hie atwvc lamed dccedcnl, and Ihc u/KlerfljiJicd ras been appointed executor thereunder. A contest of Uifl probate of Ihe will can he effected only by filing a petition within Ihe Lime provider! by law,- ' , ; ' · : All persons Jinvlng clnlm? agatnil (he estate jnuit exhibit Ihcm, duly, verified to the undersigned wKK!n six months fron; Ihc'dafe of the first, publication 6 this//no! Ice,, : or they shall be forever barred And precldded'from any benefit In the estate, - . · - · - ; - : TTils notice llrsl published 3Ut day o An AP News Special By WIUJAM J. WAUGH .WASHINGTON (At?) Imagine your jstiock it you reported .lo a new job a n d ' a supervisor gave instruction in a foreign language'. For five million youngsters wllh limited or no command of English a similar experience is familiar. They Iroop into American classrooms to learn read- July, REAL ESTATE EXPERT o. B, WABIIUURN. Executor c/o' Wommack Llncberger, Altomcys at l*aw P. ,0. Box 4128 Faj-ellcvillc. Arkansai 72T01 ; 31-7 2lc GENE WASHBURN WORKS FOR THE MILLION'DOL- LAK AGENCY -- OVEK A MILLION DOLLARS OF CLIENTS PROPERTY SOLD YEARLY -- NO SELLING OP OUR OWN HOLDINGS TOPPING A MILLION IN SALES F O R I N D I V I D U A L OWNERS -- LIST WITH MR. WASHBURN' FOR PULL ATTEN TION TO YOUR PROPERTY, Office 521-4000 Res. 443-3595 SHAMBLIN "The Sigh Of Service" ; 203 N, College BY OWNER: Three fcedrooms, family- I'ruin, 2^ balhs. C.H. Close lo shopping conlrr fljifl nuw grade school. Phone 4U-M72. NOT1UK OF A BOARD OF;. ADJUHTMJENT HEARINGS UNDER THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF FAYETrEVILLE, ARKANSAS Notice 1s hereby- given that pursuant lo t h e , provisions of .the. Code of Ordinances o f . the ..;Ctly. .ol Fayetlcvllle, Arkansas, the following -applications- have bc?n set Ypi;. hearing: bcfbre the Board, of Adjust- iricnl In - the IHreclprs Room, Oily 'Administration Building,--- Fayeltevllle, Arkansas, Monday, August 14, 137X at 3:30 P.M. . Appeal No. "12-21 -- Ben Jacks Guilar - Center ±- 3125 North Coileae Avenue -- Described as: Part of the 8E'/i of the B W H - o f Section 35, T-17-N, R-SO-W, described as follows^ Beginning nt a point which I s - ' 9 ' c h a i n s rind 2 Units 1 East and 6 chains and 32 links Norlh of the aw eomer cf said -10 acre Iracr, nd ; running, thence North 223,53 feel, more or less, to. a pol/il due 'West ol the SW comer of the "Tire Town" bulldJjifl; thence East 43 feet to Ihe SB corner of said building; thence South 8 ft. 10 in. (o the South side of a retaining wall; -thence East to the Wo$i line of ihe right-of-way p[ U.S. Highway No. 11;- (hence South "-24'W vllh 1hc W«st l i n e or Highway right' of-way to a point due South ot (he point or beginning; thejice Norttvlo the pom L of be B Inni ng. -- A ppllpa lion to vary height and location of sign. · Appeal No. 72-22 -- Tommy Henderson -- 611 North College Avenue -- Described as: Lois ·! and 5, Block 3, A, L. Trent's Subct: of Oak Grove Add., FayelUville, Arkansas, -- Application to vary setbacks*. Appeal No. 72-21 -- Shcnandoah Garden Apartmetifs, Inc. -- 1200 Easl Fifteenth Sir eel'-- Described as: A part of the 354 of the SBU of the NE',4 of Section 22, T-16 N. K-30-W. being more particularly described · as follows, lo- wlt:/ Beginning tel a point 726 feet West ol the NE earner of saftl 20 acre tract and rurfning thence South 603 'feet, more-or less, to the North rlaht- .-'of-way of-Highway 16 By-Pass; Ihcnqe - 'along the 'North' rlghl-of-wny of said Highway, S89' 22'W 70 feeii thence North 60S feet; I hence East 70 Feet to the point of beginning, contnlning 0.977 acres, more or Tcss. --- Application to vary minimum lot, width. Appear No, 72-21 -- Qrover C. Thomas -- 316 South School Avenue -- Described as: Lots 7 and 8. Block .12, Fer-fuspn's Addition, rayellevllle, Arkansas.' -- AppUc-fltlon to vary scllranks. V1I inlereslod parties may appear and be heard at' safd time end place. The applications and other pertinent data are open nnd available tor Inspection In the Office of Cily Planning, City Administration OuHdLntr, Fayeltevllle, Arkansas. All Interested pa riles are Invited (o review the.e applications.. In'-said Office IGCUSS the details with the PUnnlnf Administrator. Bobble Jones Planning Administrator 1TG 7 :. ,,. White House Disappointed With Economy By DAVID BURKE AP Business Writer NEW YORK.(AP) -- News that wholesale"prices climbe( sharply last month removec some of the punch this pas week from other 'reports which indicated the economy was con tinning its gradual upturn. Sharp hikes in farm prices helped boost the government's Wholesale Price Index 0.8 per cent in July, its largest rise in ALMOST 3 ACRES. FnyettcviSlc Schools fit Phone. 3 bedroom brick homo with large family room in full basement, Just over 2,-lQD sq. ft. ovcr-all. Located on Hwy. 16 East. City water. Shown by appointment, please, CALL HEINEY REALTY CO. Hwy 16 East 442-9236 STARTER BF 632 A like new 3 bedroom home. Chain link back yard. TREES, Convenient locHlIon to schools and shopping. Only $17,500.00. Call Bnrbelt.i Blnkemore-- 521-1300 or 521-5032. Baker- Freeman 1(518 N. ColUgo 521-1300 PLEASURE HEIGHTS on Beaver Lake shore line. This two bedroom, one balh, home has p.incllcd wnlls, carpeted floors, electric cooking units, makes a good year around home or a weekend coltngc. Priced nl ?9,500.00. LOVELY CONTEMPORARY near Boot School, four bedroom, two baths, cxlrn large pnncltcd family room wllh [Jrcplaco, larfc panelled Uvlng room. The iiltrn-niodcrn xllchcn hnn all tho Roodlc.i, Triple cnrport. storage rooin. balcony \vrapx arailnd the hotixc. Thl.^ home wnn designed by architect anrl reflects this q u f i H l y , Pletily of ghnde 1rce«, yen, t h e house is central heated find nlr conditioned. Best or all, tho price has just been reduced lo S 15,000.00. WILSON ADAMS Tree*, trees, innkc good and thin four bedroom home tin 5 an , abundance ot Hi cm. Alao in aplll level nncl linn two bRlhJ, Inrgo tlvlna room, Kllchcn Is complclc wttti t h e things H housewife wnnta. Central forced hcM, window nlr conditioners, In \vnlkLi\3 distance to the Unl- vorslly. The price Is $26,000,00, Just cnll ior nn appointment. B ' R Y C E · D A V I S C- CO.INC. 1617 North Tlryeo Dnvl.1 TVtvlri Clnvolnnd Krnncu Liinhum 443-2336 442-8071 Vine Blurncnbcrtf Nancy Mnhlcp Herb Ducll Wilnesses Testify For The Defense In Perkins Trial T Y N D A L L A I R FORCE BASE. Fla. (AP) . -- . Defense witnesses were expected lo support the contention today that M; Sgt. Walter Perkins was a chronic alcoholic who thought he could free American prisoners of war by giving defense secrets to the Russians Henry Rolhblatt, Perkins' civilian attorney, tolci newsmen that the defendant's actions were "in his own sick mind" a form of protest against American involvement in thq Southeast Asia war. "He apparently thought some kind of deal could be worked out involving the exchange of prisoners of war," Rothblatt said. The lawyer said ho would put three medical specialists on the stand lo "show that the requirements and demands the service placed upon Master Sergeant Perkins caused him to deteriorate Into alcoholism." TOP NCO Perkins, who was the lop non-commissioned Intelligence officer at the Air Defense Weapons center here at this Northwest Florida base, has pleaded innocent by reason ol temporary insanity lo espionage charges. The defense has announced II ·will not, contest evidence thai Perkins -- who had access tc nil sensitive Information a| Tyndnll -- stole the documents. The testimony was to come a s P e r k i n s ' court-marUal onone;! formally. A thrae-day preliminary hearing ended Saturday when mllilnry judge Col. .Too Pock rejected defense motions seeking lo dismiss tho five months. The White House expressed disappointment at. the results which indicated that wholesale prices were rising at a fastei pace than before President Nix on's wage-price controls. The jobless rate of the las two months was substantial!) below the 6, per cent level tha had prevailed for nearly-a yea: and a half. OTHER SIGNS · Other signs of econbmii strength came from the govern ment estimates that corporate profits jumped $8 to $10, billion in the second quarter, and frgm news that machine tool orders construction outlays and con surrier credit all showed modes advances in June. Although the government fig ures for total second quarte profit figures won't be release until mid-August, wprd of th extraordinary profit puerform ance leaked put. In the firs quarter, profits, rose $2.2-_bi lion. Machine tool orders climbe 4 per. cent in June, from Ma evels ^and 35 : per cent from th depressed year-ago levels, th National Machine Tool Builder Association reported. First-half orders were up per cent from 1971, and ma :hine tool makers forecast con tinulng gains during the secon half. The pace of crjnslructio spending continued r.rising June for the third consecutiy month, climbing" 1 ; per 'cen from May to a seasonally ai justed $123.3 billion, the Con tierce Department reported. CONTRACTS ' And contracts for new con struction during June climbed :er cent from 1971 levels : I !8;48 billion, according to tl . VV . Dodge division i McGraw-Hill Information Sy :ems. For the first six month :lie value of construction co; tracls rose 15 per cenl froi previous year levels to $44.7 billion. However, weakness in th nonresidential and nonbuildin markets caused the seasonal adjusted Dodge index to declir 7 per cent in June from May. C o n s u m e r credit surgi ahead in June, climbing a se sonally adjusted $1.33 billio the Federal Reserve Board r ported. This was the third liig est rise ever 'recorded, trailin May's record $1.44 billion juir and March's $1.36 billion rise. Philadelphia To Tax Plane Departures : PHfLADELPHfA (AP) Clly Council, with sonic of i members claiming Ihc cl can't, got money elsewhere. IH approved a $3 fee on all passe gcvs departing Philadelphia I ternational Airport. Mayor Frank Rizno said 1 would sign the measure in law and collections would stn at midnight Thursday. Tho who bought tickets before th time and paid the old $2 ta will not have to pay the $1 a ditlonal. On May 25, the counc adopted a $2 tnx on arrlva and another $2 levy oh depa lures. The public and the a lines took it tu court and t' arrival charge was later ruli Illognl. The new levy is expected ..... ...,, ».., ... .«,... ,~,. chni'gcs on technicalities. I raise $9 million or more a yea , _, 'for toi- paycr-owncc! fitorsgo blns v , Otic of ilio more Imnifdlat* Impacts, howevciy wjll bo pn g, writing und arithmetic, hut oy often don't understand the aclier and the c u l t u r e Is range; The toll in discouraged pupils id eventual dropouls is trc- Dndous, It is estimated that anibh ; spcaking Americans, e nation's second largest ml- ority group, average nation- ly only eight years: of school- g. To alleviate the situation, the cicral government is spending hout $35 million a year to de elop bilingual programs gned to overcome the Ian uage handicap arid keep the lildrcn in school. The U.S. Office'of Education as 213 bilingual projects in employment, primarily at poet facllllifeu whore grain Is loaded onto ships, , In. yards whore ships';''Are* flUe'd for such car- toes and i i n ' t h e , transportation ndustry generally. \ Mxon'administration officials estimate between 3,000 anftil- OOD additional Jobs arc crcalro each time grain exports are Increased $100 million. IN POSITION ' . Af the- -Agriculture Department, officials say enough grain probably is in position at Groat Lakes and Gulf ports right now lo handle Soviet shipments in the next few monlhs,'- Laurel C. Meade, genera! ales manager for the Export Marketing Service In USDA, aid in an interview that he ex- sects the Soviets Initially to uy mostly wheat, although some cofn is being readied. The sales, which lAgricultufe Secretary Earl L. Bulz predicts could exceed $1 billion over the next'three years, will be nan- diet} by private traders. Thus, Meade said, it is difficult at ;hfs time for tlie government to estimate just how much of which grains will be sold. · .Under an, "export Credit" program operated by CCC,ia private exporter can rccelvo government credit financing. Interest charged is ,at corn- bout 30 states serving'abpu 00,000 ' ' c h i l d r e n speaking 1 angugcs other'than English. The current effort mainly::! evotod to Spanish-speakin oungsters. The United · State as an estimated 15 million more than any other nation ith the exceptions of Spain, dexico, Argentina and ;Cb- ombia. INDIANS The second largest group vith a language barrier to earning in U.S. schools ib the merican Indian, according to )ick Goulet, program director or bilingual education in the 3ffice of Education. 'Goulet said the federal bili- gual programs, now in their ourth year, '.'generally/ are ;a great success, especially in the pinpffs of community involvement, universities devcl- ping' new programs and the lassage ot new legislation." He!said Massachusetts has a aw,, and Pennsylvania, Texas, Vew York and California have guidelines that reguire schools o provide bilingual education vhere a certain percentage of tudents sneak a first'language ther than English. An example of bilingual edu- :atiOn: A Spanish-speaking- /oungster upon entering ^aoliool s taught in his native tongue and . g r a d u a l l y introduced to Inglish in'his reading, arithme :.i and science classes. , v Goulet said that the Spanish lurrlculum Center in Miami, f la.V; is developing a.^conapleie. ailingual curriculum, reading, math, science and social science, for grades one through ;hree. Thus far, the federal effort lias been directed at the elementary school lever although a taw' high school programs have been"-started in portof-entry cities such as Philadelphia and New York, according to Goulet. In all of its experiments, Goulet said, the teachers im volved must be bilingual and, where possible, have the- same ethnic background as the pupils. . . . ' . - ' / -." - · One probiem facing educators in the bilingual field is that many of. the youngsters come from poor social and economic backgrounds and - have .inadequate academic preparation in their native language. New York City- has 22 bilingual projects but the Fleisch- mahn Commission reported that .only 4,000 children are being reached with such programs although the city has 135,000 Spunish-speaking youngsters who are severely limited m e r c i a 1 rates, with th« recipient foreign buyer 'paying bacV the' loan plus carrying charges. According to USDA officials, two export' firms have applied for CCC credit. They were Identified as Contlne'ntal grain Co. and , Dreyfus Grain Co., both based in New York. Sources said three - or 'four other firms also are likely to seek CCC credit soon. AVAILABLE ' Ilcgaidless of whether the Soviets give priority ' to"- U.S. wheat, corn or other ' feed grains, American farmers "and taxpayers have mountains available as a result of recent record crops and a'dip in some exports, particularly^ whe'at. Last year farmers'-raised a record wheat crop of more than 1.64. billion ,bushels; tabout 1.5 billion, i\vere. needed to, meet domestic needs^and export commitments: ' . ' Thus,'on July 1 this year as another bumper crop was being harvested the, wheat carryover--including '·earlier- , surpluses--was about 865 million bushels, one of the largest supplies In a decade.'--, i ,, · , , Feed grain, a^ record corn crop of-:5.5 billion bushels lait yfcar, also is in super- a b u n d a n t e .'Estimated at around 53 milllon^'tons, it is the most since the mid-1900s: The corn surplus' alone by Oct. 1, when another new crop will be binned, is expected - to be around 1.3 billion bushels-Exports are vital markets fop 3rops which, for decades, have b e e n produced' m overabundance. Currently, according to USDA, exports siphon off the crop production from one-in every four acres farmers harvest. . / During -the year ended Juna 30, the value of farm exports soared to a. record .$8 billion, partly because of higher prices 'or some commodities', but also because, the yojiim'e .of;.''shift.' rhents;neld, up : s'u fpf isingly 'well despite last'year's dock strikes, If more can ,be sold, abroad, cash markets at home will improve- arid enable ''farmers 'to move gradually from under tha subsidy, protection of the federal government, administration officials say. : That philosophy, however, ias not been proved entirely, although Butz and others 'argue that rising exports eventually will lessen the need for federal : arm assistance, this year running at a record of around $4.1 billion in subsidy payments to growers of wheat, feed grain and cotton. . in ability to speak hJ NO WONDER " now onder that Puerto Rican children are scoring poorly on standardized tests, dropping out of school at an extraordinary rate (52 per cent between 10th and 12th grades), failing lo lake advantage of post-secondary school opportunities and finding it very difficult lo compete in the job mar ket." the commission said. Chicago is reaching 12.000 of Its-'451000 foreign - language speaking children through one or another bilingual project. Dr. James Moffat, an assistant superintendent in the Chicago system, says "our problem is finding teachers who are bicul- tnral as well as bilingual." Almost all educators stress a need to maintain n student's heritage and culture as he is introduced to English and to the pattern of American culture! "Our society has taken Its toll of kids by depriving them of their self iinago," said Michael Quinn, of Ihe Chicago system. "A child has lo stand tall before he can lenrn his reading, writing and arithmetic. Destroyed HAIUUSBURG, Pa, (AP) -Registration records for all 173,000 qualified voters in I.u- zerne County were destroyed on Ihe recent floods, the slate's chief election officer says. Commonwealth Secretary C. DeLorcs Tucker sold Thursday she has assigned n deputy In her department to work oh tho problem with county officials. Record Number Of Voters Turn Out In Panama PANAMA (AP) -- A rtcord voter turnout was reported Sunday in Panama's election bt 503 community representatives. They will meet within two weeks to choose tho next president and vice president for tho nation of 1.5 million. It was, the' first balloting since Gen.' Omar Tor'rijoi seized power nearly four years ago. Voting, was compulsory, with heavy tines' and loss of privileges threatened for those among the 525,000 eligible who did not vote. : "I am very satisfied with tho turnout," Torrijos told -'newsmen. · "·; : ; Electioneering and campaigning were almost non-existent since political parties; wcjc banned when Torrijos ousted President Arnulfo A r i a s ' I n October 1863. . '; ';·' : Elected representatives i w|ll meet as an assembly .fllKi approve as yet unannounced constitution!)) changes, Qno.H expected to miikc TorriJos chief of government, with tiw presidential position reduced In;ceremonial statin. '···',': . -,'·' · ·', F o r ' - t h e first time, pan- nmnnlans living nnd working In the U.S.-conlrollcd Cnnnl xone cnsl votes for representatives In Urn MO-squarc-mllo iircn.

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