Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 21, 1969 · Page 7
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Weather Forecast Rain is expected tonight in parts of Washington, Oregon Florida. Georgia and N e w York. Cooler weather is due in the Midwest while it should get warmer elsewhere. Clear and cool weather is forecast for Arkansas and the surrounding states. (AP Wire- photo) As Director, Dissidents Wrangle Peace Corpsmen Trade Charges In Liberia MONROVIA, Liberia (AP) -Dissident Peace Corps volunteers and their director in Liberia traded accusations today in a wrangle over the corps' job here as well as youth's challenge to a u t h o r i t y a l l over the world. Calling his rebels "long hairs." 30-year-oIfI director William E. Gaymon. a Philadelphia psychologist, said: "I don't think they know what it is all about. They want to live here like Americans instead of relating to their communities." Said one dissident, who had neither long hair nor beard: "The Peace Corps stall is at the age level of our parents. They can't t a l k to us." Most, of the volunteers did nut want their names printed. An exception was Mike Gold. 20. San Jose. C a l i f . , a graduate of Stanford Law School who teaches at the University of Liberia Law School. MANIFESTO ISSUED Gold and other volunteers acting as a "volunteer action committee" have issued a "manifesto" complaining the Peace Corps staff is "unresponsive and unmindful of the needs which we feel as volunteers." They said they want to help run the program, which has 320 vol-1 is a person who is willing I unteers in a country of a million komo out here and lose his idei itily as an American to work a persons. member of his community, Gold said the volunteers have] s a jd Gaymon. not thought much about going on strike but they have toyed with the idea of electing their own Peace Corps director. "Maybe there is a generation gap." said Gaymon. a graduate of Howard and Temple universities, "I just don't understand." One complaint is poor pay. The volunteers earn $145 (lark Joins Law Firm Of Goldberg NEW YORK (AP) -- Forme U.S. Ally .Gen. Ramsey Clar month, of which Liberia pays'has joined tnc same New Vor $55. Some volunteers in a spc cial teaching program receive S1VO. the Liberians supplying A Uberian teacher with a university degree, which all the volunteers possess, earns about $150 monthly. DEMANDS The volunteers also want more communication with the staff and a larger role in running the program here, including a look at the budget. They want the 12 American staff members, some earning atout I $14,000 a year, to live in housing 'more like theirs. Gaymon succeeded in persuading them to drop one demand--that the entire Peace Corps staff go home by June I. "A volunteer in the true sense I law firm. law firm as Arthur J. Goldber; who served on the U.S. Suprem Court with Clark's father. The law firm. Paul. Weis Goldberg, Rifkind, Wharton an Garrison, announced the mov Sunday. Clark. 41, practiced law : Dallas until he went to Wasliin, ton as assistant attorney gene al in the administration of Jol F. Kennedy. When Preside] Lyndon B. Johnson appointe Clark in 1967 to head the Justk Department, Justice Tom Clark retired from the Supreme Court to avoid any conflict of interest. Goldberg left the court to he come U.N. ambassador on the death of Adlai E. Stevenson, who had been a partner in the THE WEATHER Elsewhere THE ASSOCIATED PRESS HifhUlPr. Albany, clear 54 26 Ibuquerque, clear . SO 41 tlanta, clear 70 43 ismarck, clear . . . . 63 31 'else, clear 62 43 Boston, clear 45 36 Buffalo, cloudy 50 37 Chicago, cloudy . . . . 66 55 Cincinnati, cloudy .. 60 41 Cleveland, cloudy . . 5 0 43 Denver, clear 74 38 )es Moines, clear .. 71 46 Detroit, cloudy . . . . 58 45 Fairbanks, cloudy . 39 38 Fort Worth, clear . 74 53 lelena. cloudy -- 54 37 lonolulu. cloudy . . 82 09 .06 ndianapolis, cloudy 64 45 aeksonvillu. clear . 70 52 . uncau, cloudy 45 34 .0 Kansas City, cloudy 72 55 . ,os Angeles, clear . 85 59 . ,ouisville, cloudy .. 02 41 lemphis. clear -- 68 45 ,liami, cloudy 7!l B3 Milwaukee, cloudy . 64 53 . Upls.-St.P.. clear .. OB 40 .1 Jew Orleans, clear . 70 53 New York, clear . . . 60 42 . Okla. City, clear ... 73 52 . Omaha, cloudy 77 45 . Philadelphia, cloudy 60 42 'hoenix, clear -- 'ittsburgh, cloudy Ptlnd, Me., clear . Ptlnd. Ore. .cloudy lapid City, clear . Richmond, clear .. St. Louis, cloudy Salt Lk. City, clear .. 68 42 San Diegi. cloudy .. 73 56 San Fran., clear ... 68 50 Seattle, cloudy 55 45 Tampa, cloudy 7!) 04 Washington, clear . . 6 2 41 Winnipeg, clear .... 66 37 (M--Missing; T--Trace) Russia Sends 3 More Ships To Mediterranean 1)?. 57 5!) 36 49 32 60 46 60 35 53 33 70 56 TWMS, MM., AIM* SI, It* · flw TIMES h Th« ·art Suy Nr Your Advertising Otllar Critic Cornered Mehitabrl, a feline art lover, sneaking a preview of the annual sidewalk show in \Vil- liamshurg, Va., peers around the edge of «n oil painting only to find the arch enemy of cats gating at her. (AP Wlrephoto) General's Wife Looks Forward To His European Assignment ISTANBUL. Turkey (AP) -Three more ships from the Soviet Union's Black Sea fleet ivere on their way to the Medi- .errancan today as more than 60 warships and 300 planes from th Atlantic Treaty Organization nations maneuvered there in a "large hut routine lest of forces." The 12-day exercise called Operation Dawn Patrol Rot under way Sunday. Part of its mission is to keep a round-the-clock count of how mnny Soviet ves sels are in the Mediterranean and where. Before the exercise began, U.S. Adm. Horacio Rivero. supreme commander of allied forces in Southern Europe, said Soviet combat naval strength in the Mediterranean was at an all-time high. He said that of more than 50 Soviet ships operating in the area, one-third were submarines. The three ships that sailrt through the Bosporus tod.i.\ were a helicopter carrier, a destroyer and a salvage vessel. Most of the ships and planes in the NATO exercise come from the U.S. 6th Fleet, the bul wark of the alliance's strengtl in the Mediterranean. Other na lions participating are Greece Italy, Turkey and Britain. By PETER O'LOUGHLIN Associated Press Writer ..BANGKOK.Thailanri (AP) -The tall, elegant wife of Gen. Andrew Jackson Goodpaster says his assignment as NATO and U.S. commander in Europe is "a dream come true." She added that he had had his eye on the job since serving in Europe as a lieutenant col- el in 1951. 'We used to look up and see e commander and think: luldn't that be good one day? iw it's true. I am just delight. This is a real, real treat. It's e a dream come true." she d an interviewer. For the last six months Mrs. oodpaster has been one of a oup known as "Saigon Wives" women living in Bangkok hose husbands are serving in I wn I lav Putting you fint, Imps usfirat Camaro SS Sport Coupe with Rally Sport equipment Instant vacation. Camaro-the Hugger A Jol of people Kaw tlir idea that n vacation begins only when you get where you're going. Obviously, they haven't vacationed in Camaro, the Hugger. Von start relaxing the moment you come in contact with Ounaro'i contoured bucket aeati. You foci snug without feeling stuffed in. Now you're getting in the right frame of mind to consider come other attraction*. Like Astro Ventilation in every model. 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