Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 15, 1976 · Page 3
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For Second Year Programs Declared Ineligible :- The Fayeltcville Community ·'·Dcve]o|)rr*,iL Committee Wed, ncsday night readjusted alio- ' calions for llio Community -"Development (CD) Block Grant of $854.000 t o ' r e f e c t Hie possi- -bilily of-'losing social service- ortentcd programs and deletion of a street project. For the second consecutive year social service programs wcr/j declared ineligible by.Uic slate Housing and Urban Dhve- iopinent '( K ·office in Little Rock, T h e - H U D action came as a surprise since' the 1976 programs ;wcr6 . based , on an interpretation of regulations which makfi social service eligible if'ticil in with "bricks and mortar" projects, ;· · l The ineligible programs in- elude a $5.000 plan for the !iAdolescent Center to provide a service station training center al Uptown School; paving and exterior Improvement at- the Richardson Center; $2,GQO and Youth Bridge, construction of a short term home for hoys. 515.800. Included in the original telephone notification of incllgibility was the Senior Center fcasibil- tly study at $5,000, Howevpr, Charles Hoffman. CD administrator said he had been informed later this was eligible, hut Ihc commillee conditional!) reallocated the full $28.400 to other projects if efforts to rp- inslate the social service items arc not successful. · ! TO M A K E KFFORT Hoffman said he and ·· representatives of the CD commit .ee's Social Service:Committee w i l l - m a k e an effort to get the p r o g r a m s reinstated a t meetings with Little Rock HUD officials and indicated they were willing to take the appeal to regional and national HUD offices, if-necessary. ' Committee members a l s o heard a request from the Southeast Fayctlcville Community, affiliated with A C O R N , for sidewalks along South Willow Aye- nun from Ilimtsvilto In Spring and on South Collese.-\vcnnc improvements C o n c e r n w a s expressed because landlords, the majority of whom .favored the street improvements,,might raise rents in retaliation against tenants who supported the move lo prevent the improvements. Hoffman al the beginning of the discussion noted that some adjustments lo the present city codes governing streets had bficn proposed for Falliti Street; including the reduction to · 2-1 foot for the street width and elimination of the sidewalk. The South Willow Avenue sidfiwalk beyond t h e ; 180 feet. The -vote was approved by all members except George Gray, who volts; against the motion. PROGRAM TOTAL The r^aliocalions bring, tlu 197G CD street improvermeni program to a lolal of $223,300 a reduction from the origins allocation of §252,200. Commillce acMmi must, bi approved by the Board of- scholar at the University from Jefferson School lo' 15th' proposals would be subject to Street. A request for a stoplight al the intersection of Huntsvillc and Willow, an item the group has been seeking from the Fay- eltcville Board of Directors for sometime, was also included. 'Residents of Fallin Street, which was included in the 107G SO program' for paving al a cost of $4G,800, presented opposing views . on the street improvement. ·.Representatives of residents who wanted to retain the unpaved road suggested ' strongly that CD funds could be used to better advantage elsewhere. Proponents pointed put t h a t CD funds had been used for street improve merits ; where so;«e of the property was not owner-occupied. Proponents also noted tha 1 many of t h e residents who were against the improvements .were tenants who were not per manenl residents. ABOUT RENTS Some discussion arose abou landlords who have raised rent: \vh?rc CD funds have mad' ipproval by the cily Bqard ol Directors, but may not come ip sincfi the committee voloi o delete the Fallin project from .he 19YG program. The commillee voted lo Dr. Gay Participate In Conference Dr. David K.R. Gay, assistant professor of - economics hi Uie University of Arkansas College of Business Administratio'n, wil ]ui'rlicipale in the pi'ogram ol tlie Eastern Economic Associa tion conference in Bloomsburg I'a., today through Saturday. Dr. (jay. will present a pajx?r on "Factor Markets antl luccn ti\'cs in -DeceiUralizcd Soeialis Kconomies.'' The work wa based on reseai-ch condnctci during his service as a visiting Association Prcsenls It's "Up, . U p , ' a n d Away, or ursc You, lied Baron!" with ic Antique Airplane Asso- iation ( A A A ) on April 22, uL ic FayctteviLle Public Library.- lie slktc-iind-talk presenialmn ,'ill be made at 7 p.m. in ttie Jbrary auditorium, 217 K. )ickson Si., by representatives [ Uic AAA. - , - ,. , - r . As a very special lor 111 of ostaliga, MtUicjiie airplane buffs re dedicated lo restoring and lying these graceful- ghosls ot he past. Slides and air jorc From recent A A A meeting f o r t h e rlainment of the -general Hiblie, will be made at ne charge. Further inforiiVaLioti may he obtained by calling 4422242. .'pallocale the $28.400 from social services if the ineligibl status is maintained, to eo'ti Slfuclion of a sidewalk on the wosl side of Soulli Willow Avenue 180 feet to Rock Street at ;i crist of $7.500 and to apply $20,900 lo the estimated $65,000 overrun on Stone Street. Mrs. S y l v i a Swart?, voted against the action because she said she felt the committee was taking action loo quickly an without receipt of written notification the proposals had been declared ineligible. The committee approvcc reallocaticn of the dclclet Fallin Street appropriation o! $46,800 to $17,900 for slree improvements .to South W«s Avenue, designated for the 197? year; $21.400 to Ehe Stone Street overrun and $7,500 to extend the \j .z . .=, which il act on the committee's recommendations at ths April 20 meeting,'. Lynn Wade, chairman, said a request will be made to the Board of Directors to till committee vacancies created by resignations and people moving out of the area. When, this is competed, he said, a re-organizational meeting will be scheduled with several new com millees formed in order to pro ride more information to the .'nil committee prior lo decision making LU the future and to develop fUihtclines and criteria pro the 'or · initiating cost-sharing insals a s ' requested by Board oE Directors in February when that body approved th 1976 CD programs. ilasgow (Scotland) Institute 01 Soviet and East European Stu lies. This research was pci ormed under a grant from th Jniversity of Arkansas Founda ion, A.d d i i o n a 1 research wa :onduclcd last summer at th ioover Institute on War, Revo ulion. and Peace at Stanfor University in Palo Allb, Calif, Also at the conference, D Gay win serve as chairman o a panel disc ussier) on "Pro duct Eon Economics" and will b a panel member during session on "Economics of th U.S.S.K." Dr. Gay is a foundin Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Thursday, April IS, 1976 AVi;rn;vn.r.t', AKKANSAS Billfold Stolen S P R I N G D A L E -- Donna Jean rcci) oE Route 1 reported the ,hcft of her red billfold f r o m icr- purse which she left in her rick up truck Wednesday after noon. The truck was parked a 1 .he Sirloin Stockade rcstauran al the time of the theft. The bill told contained $10, ' Firs National Bunk checks, and her driver's license. member of the Eastern Econo mic Association, lie tcachc microcconomic theory and com partitive economic systems a ihc UA, Liberty Bolt Awards Pane! is The Washington County Bar \ssociation has appointed n committee of seven to snhmit lomination for the Liberty Bel Awards. The Liberty Belt Award ·ccngnizes community service .hal strengthens the of .'eclivencss of tlie Amcricar system of treedoni muter law The award is made annuall i part of the observance aw Day U.S.A. Apnomlod lo the n o m i n a " committee are Millard G p t E Obeiv Undcm. L'ov:r.'.\'i v c'ni Maupin Cumminjis. all Fayetleville, and Adrian Lut (rcll, Bob Clark and Lei Zachary of Springaale. Anyone may submit ·» mini by contacting the members o Uic committee. Final sclectio will be made by a commillee o Ihc bar association. Ttie awarr^ rpcogn'-- · standing service activitie which promote a b e t t e r ut dcrstanding of the governmen Fire Damages SPRINGDALE -- A Werlnes- ay morning f i r e at the Jess ~;o\vcn residence. C05 E. Grove, ·aused about' $5,000 property ainage, according to fire epartmcnl reports. The cause f the fire is not known, but remcn said the blaze began i the home's middle bedroom. Vhile the Eire w'as confined to hcclroom. Ihe heat hud moke damage to the remain- of Ehe house was heavy, eporls indicated. CB, Pistol Stolen SPRINGDALE -- A five- channel citizens band radio and .hree pistols were stolen from .he home of:.lean' Bronson, 168 Horseshoe, while she was out of 'lawn Tuesday and We'dncs- lay. Police said Ihe back door was jimmied open to gain entry. . , especially the Bill of Ilighls. Encourages greater respect for law and the courts. Stimulates a deeper sense ol individual responsibility Contributes lo Ihc effective functioning of government In- stulutions. And inculcates a better understanding and appreciation of the rule of law. ,; Wall Vandalized Two holes were knocked in a wall under construction Mockingbird Lane, according to. reports received W Faycttevillc 1 Police. STOCK CLEAN-UP SALE at 1535 N. COLLEGE- ODDS - ONE-OF^KINDS - DISCONTINUED DAMAGED - FLOOR SAMPLES-ALL MUST GO! DELIVERY WILL NOT BE INCLUDED IN PRICE! 60 INCH EARLY AMERICAN STYLE LOVE SEAT Gold Vinyl Cover Slight Domnge - R«g. $260 ONLY too ODD 4 DRAWER . BEDROOM CHEST Dork Finish ONIY $ ANISH STYLE LOVE SEAT : CHAIR OTTOMAN Gold 'Velvet Cover, Group Sals Only, Reg. $543 38 250 All 3 PC. ONE GROUP FABRIC COVERED SWIVEL YC V ROCKER CHOICE Compere at $99.95 $ 58 85" SPANISH STYLE SOFA (only) Ox-Blood Vinyl Coyer Reg. $379.95 WHfTE WROUGHT METAl'"'." OUTDOOR GROUPS 5 pc. Dinette or 4 pc. Settee Group · ··M ENURE PAINT SELECTION CLOSE-OUT 4 PC. HONEY PINE FINISH BEDROOM SUITE Drcsser r Mirror, Chest, Headboard LARGE PINE DECORATED BOSTON STYLE ROCKERS WHILE THEY LASTI $ All Wood, Compare ot $150 98 89 INCH TRADITIONAL TRADITIONAL BARGAIN Cocoq Velvet Cover AT Sun Fcide'd Ren. $559.95 $ 300 SPANISH STYIE SOFA Matching . CHAIR Red Vclvel with Black Accents. Reg, 199.95 NOW CLOSE-OUT AT $ 275 DISCONTINUED! 62 IN. LOVE SEAT ByBcrklinc "SufC Sfuff" Naugahydc cover. Atituinn color. Rug. $209.95 38 INCH Traditional Sofa Loose Cushion / Solid Green, Velvet Cover, Reg. $469.95 8'6"X11'6" OVAL BRAIDED RUG One Only, Really Can't Describe Color. 1st Come, 1st Serve '· MATCHED PAIR NOW 2 CHAIRS B e a u t i f u l gold grce - ' 'stripe jreen wide velvet sir . cover. Reg. $229.35 ca. EA. $ 100 REPOSSESSED 6 GUN CABINET with Glass Doors 52 , NCH CONSOLE STEREO Mediterranean design S-lrack player wilh recorder, AM-FM radio, t speed changer. $ 199 SPRING-AIR FIRM TWIN SIZE MATTRESS and BOX SPRINGS Scl only a( this price, ifl vr. guarantee. $99 SMALl DROP-LEAF DINETTE TABLE With 2 chairs. Ad. on TV for $53. Our Price for One Only $ 39 LIVING ROOM TABLE SETS 2 Step End Tables I Z. Coffee Toble I While T h e y Last IN CARTON $ 15 SPINTRIM BLADELESS GRASS EDGER Compare at $79.95 While They Last 3 ONLY TWIN SIZE DISCONTINUED BOX SPRINGS Reg. $49,95, Close-Out At ENTIRE SMALL APPLIANCE COUNTER REDUCER 30"x30" Foam Floor Cushions 8" Tihck, Covered in Durable Hreculon Ptaid

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