Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 15, 1972 · Page 15
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, August 15, 1972
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:, SgU,, · wo Acrir IUNCH, N«xr r«y«tt«vw» -- Tlmhcrltnrt · ml pMturt with 8 mire like «nrt ·»fln««, r.«r|t» u i m ' l u i l ot tuy* tnotara.wltb'iiUielitntnUInuludecl. BMHtilul ..nillv* · Hone',, «nit log home, -.3 l)«c\rtinm, 2|' ( bntha, 3 flr«r-iM»fL L I cherry n«n«l«d llvlnB- room; C.II., C.A., IJc»l lnvcali«««t Terrrui. Small d o w n . ' C u U chttrleji nurd, 137-0173. Dyko Stephen* m«ily QO, MB-wl, · OKRY'$16,500.; MUST SEU yive.olly Rorc9, 7 rQorrfrut.llo home, Carpcteil,'ircM'view, Open hoiiae., , rUwny W Weil. Inks road fi cross , Intttf, Hsv.-klni.nody Shop, top of . h i l l , broWiV; liouie wllh wellow t r i m , · · · ·"· .' ·' '·' "· l; l Eitcit»r-Fer Salt · Ontrillon - ;·:· J, C, C A M P B E L L GRO, 275 H u n t . v l l U Si, f ayetlavilio, 1 Ark, 72701 ;-·;-/^1,500.. ;;:] Three · twdrp'orn," 1 !4'.. bnthi, · tlra E late, InilHIru, Mtclitn/cllrilnjs cam- i n n t l o n , 8/10 ncre, Old Wire Road Norlh. Bulterfl«l1 · School dlatrlct. Over 1.360 iq. It, ot living apace, Phono 443-4696 \ STACREB, 15000 capacity, broiler.noune, automatic eiulpmenl, city. Vater, natural IM, 3 bedroom homo.' KH-S741,' i ; Three .bedroqrti,.;'colonial brick home nrr 4 »iTM oft Hwy, 16 West, 5 mlnulea 1 from Unlver»(ly. T«p ,,. t?ilh4, total 'electric, fenced -back' yard, Must »ell, W8,000 or beat pi. |er. Auume note nnd owner will I' c«,rrjr part of balance, ' · ,, v . . xjPhprm:442-8592 ; ·New'3'Bedroom; Homes ; Located in Fayetteyille ",:'·', -·I.' ·· qn'd,Springclqle' : ;'' "Harrisot -Davis Builders VIEW THEJALLEY;; ..'wick-is. coNsraucridii 1 lit--· ! ,YEAR AHOUND/AIR,.' CQNDJ-; i'TIONED -- KM three bedroojiu l(4ti4 l "«';p«ne!ed;-~Den':-;-i,Uiue:, C llvlni^room · -- Torroal Cdlnlni- -i'.Nlcekltehcn with-»ll. built- 1 Ini --:Two full bnlhs -- Double c»rp9rt with workshop -^ Marty/ extras ·'; Include' r ivo^d burning' fireplace, covered patio with bRreque,- J fe'nced yard .r- wi^ll to^wall carpels .and' drapet.'in- cludcd.- Owner nnxbut; fpr quick aale. Price ^51.000.00. ]m- incdla.le possession..Call-us today.: Office 442-7391.; ..'. . . . . . . . s 4 ,7"ROpir older-home ln'Prfllr!e'Orpve, ; or\ (·3;!aU, tW.OOO, (ermi cn b« arranged. i;;Phone 4I7H72-M68, oranby. Ulisoua ." · » ; 7 Room stone house "with modern '.''kitchen'and bnth. -Good well. Ceri*'- tra.1 heat, 3 ponds. -Neap -Mti "Gay- i«. 7/10' mile from' Rt. 11. £I9,H». fc.'.. .,", 634:3105 th«nc» Wtil r flit, tUMM MuUi tt ' |h». pglnl ft tmlni|[j]|l Inil, o( I hi Rv!i v ol Iliii iWlf.'W, Kcutloii !, Itownihlp M Notlh. nii\i» t 9 0 ' W i l l , mod pirljculk/l/:u«iorll}irl II /oIMm; nulnnlnf «l U« 8W coriti/ of nld 4|,»(!ri trul: ilinrt r«j| Jo /in; lh t nc« Norm 1 ' IK lull IhenAi' IVdl W Ittl; ihtnct HouUi la tcet \i l,i point o| biii/nilng, , · '.J, * ihd 41 ; . . .W.b^. tt Iht 4oulm««t Quirtcr [^ qmrttr, of Bic!lort four In; Tovnitilp; sn.!nn : (It) Norili fWrty (SO) W«il, 'deivrlbM . . . , , r , . . . r'o-a iraot, md tunnlnil, Ilienct North two hundred ninety,: m«n : ,(297)* fetli :ihin«; Weil one hundred ilorly alf? (U8) fell ;and tight (Bi inches;,' Ihinct South . t u o hundred, ninety seven I237J' ritl; Ihen'ce flail one'-hundreri forty ilx (146) fee- and eljM (8) Inchti Io iht pla«t of bejilnnlnc, containing oni acre : (i), · more or IMI, (TRACT S): . 11/IM.N I/jt numb«red O n e - ( l ) and N l n r K f f l ) ·: i«t of equal and "uniform w i d t h ' o f f ' of Ihe Boulh ildo ol IM Numbered Two 12) Woodland He If h la AddlllonVto the (.'!!· ol KayellevlUe, '··«' deilanated upon ibe .recorded plit of Hid «ddlllon. ^). Iri tsfock N u m - i be'rwone ;(H'.:in 'ortthviile/ Addl- tlon.-to Uie Oily of faytllavllli, 'f.'r- ' ; kaniai,. «3 per put of nld addition ' on (lie In the office of .the Circuit : cnerlt and JSK-OfflcIo necoider of ' Wflshrnaton Oounly, ArkanJai. -':''- ' (TIIAOT 7) ,. »^1.M lot Ten (10) In Block One (1) In · OrttnvnlKy Addlllon to U i e ' d l y of FayellevlllCj ArlfaninB, as per plat or laid Addlllon on file In Ihe office at Ihe/ circuit Clerk - and Ex-Offlclo o£. Wnahinglon Couoly, -' Ar, legal Nollttt- Klttllon In lubtllntMlly Ihl fotmr · . Vole on meiiur* by, pUcIng h ilie a»»; iamir«l?, 01(1 1 ImproV(rn'(nli JV)ni» In lh« principal niOunl of npl to .c»i'(iH 113.0*) .(/it inuinc* ,i)t cii^ ' ' - ' -rk, ;Aria'nifTi,;r;p«.n»rnl, 'OMlMIW ipwtffiWnl, Bond. 1 ' I n ' H i t 'prlnflpal ttunrof-rcrx U »Mi»e«1^m,CW'iii'~ It I: pttjptxrl Io liiuif' MJ.Cod In p kan». i , (the y 10|I»1' 1, · fj«/ierai, Obll«al!oi Inlprcji'tiriejlt Uoridi. (Hr) "BondVT Under lh« provision! of Arnendmenl.Ni, .13 W IM (jonilllulloh t o f ' i l h e i - » l a t « i - o f - Ar- Seven Targets In H. Vleinam Northw»it. Arkanwu TIMES, Tim;, Aug. 15, 1972 · 13 fAVtrrtVILLI, A R K A N S A S . . , , , . , , I . . ' . , V. ' " ' ' · I- ·'· '·" ·'. . ' ' In Non-YJolent Operation amoer; J,;,'ma,, Inter*il thereon ,^|ll pi p»y»Me on;jgn«" J, -W5.nd-.ltnilin; ninllyllhefealtBr'.'ort'.June. 1iiid -pectm berif:of;j«ch.'yM^"i«rid Itie-'borldi, will hialurl annually on December 1 Irt .each 'eori' 1D75 to 1»M, Incluilvt, I r'llK bear Inlere'il at Ilio rale of thi bondr rale» ncceiiied'by, the Oily at Ilio public iile of Ihe .bohdl,; If the liiuofice. oj Ihe bondi la approved w !lfc»,l elector'/ li Ctly Council nHljleV'«J-f6hllh'u|n an. SAIGON (AP) : ''-~ The 'U.S. Command paid NaVy Jets attacked / s e v e n , targets in ' the Th.iinh, Hpa area-of North Vietnam Monday, 1 but It dfcnlcd charges by Hanoi thai a business center and the cathedral area,were bombed. '-..-" ' /' about',a North' Vietnamese claim: that 100 civilians wore[ kljlcd or wounded In the raid;;' a spokesman' said:' "I have n o t h i n g ! d K , l i . ' ; , / ' , ' - · ' · . .The' command Vdcnjcd ''any 'strikes' Inside the jelly limits ol A unique:setting for thta attractive white brick home. 3 bedrooms, 2 utility^ and filoraxe roorrut. 2 carports · and · 1 storage. Screened In front porch the entire width; pf house. -New, carpet In llylrlg; room, plus other'carpeting. .Central heat. An,: acre of- ..beautiful landscaped yard next t o ' a ; large bluff, rock flower garden, flowering trees and - bearing fruit trees, shruba, well sodded blue grass lawn.. AH.-blend- cd,t6 make'Of the'prettiest spots around. The price Is $18,050. Drive:down and look, h 'you'llllk.e 1 ! il^tiN:;REALTY CO. .'· '' West .Fork, 'Ark: 1 " CHOICE .TIJHEB "BEDROOM BHICK 1 --QUICK-POSSESSION -- Large-living room'-- paneled family room with fireplace -Formal ' informal dining area -- Ivaree kitchen with ail built- in, -._ Two . Hied baths .with .. vanities --- Attached carport 'with - storage ! '-- Central F L neat- and 'air. -- Carpetirw [ it drapes · , -- Extra large, lot, with beajt- HfuVplantings trees. -- Designed for real Hying -- Priced . h t only S28,SOO.OO;'-Call us to- .day. Office ;442-7391. i · ; , ; XINCAlb COMPAHV : . . . - . - ' ' · · ' . REALTORS . ., , "· \'J: 4U-47M i 44Z-CT11 V ; 521-W54 George - W - MiJce R, Watson ,. Hugh Klncaid J Lot - II ,i Block ;l, Qre^ny^lley-. Addition to the City' : of FavetleylUe, -Arka'niftH (TaACT 9) |6S9,Op fjol Twelve (13) In Block One (I) In Oreenval.ey Addition to the City of Fay-jllevlllc, «» p?r plaf of laid AddKton on'ilia ,in-,the office o ( , M i i Circuit CJerS.,af5!t;??t'OfflcIo' Recor,le*- of-Washlnxlon County,''ArtannV " ; - ITRAOT 10) ^ ^' '^ .#·· 1,01 rumtitWa^dii.j'TUf-'la BlociE n'urn- b«red One' (I) · Qre«ivalley ASdilion -io Ihe Clly of FayeUevWe, Arkiinsai,. us Ptf Ptal of-lafd-AddHIwi''^ .HI* :|n the o;fjct-'ot^;th«^ClKfi|!t Vciefk'Vand i Hx-OIfEcIo'^ f Recorder j: "of'" Wajhlnilon ; County, Arkansas,; (TRAOT r ll) . $903.00 Lot nurhbrerid 'onV tii ' in. Block Numbe red .'Two 1 , (2) in tireeri f Vslley Aidl- .tJon,;loathe; piey:--;of \ Fyettevllle, ! ·Ar- kansas,. a i , per. the .recorded p|at..cif laid' AddlUor.'-']n the''office of 'the OircuH :cierk'an'd '· Reobrd«r"of' Wash- . Miami Beach ' M I A M I BEACH; Fla, (AP)^ Helmeled policemen; ! forcca about 100 camporS to leave Flamingo Park, early today/: elgnl h o u r s after trie Pity Council voted to;.allow demonstrates here for the Republican National Convention tq use'the shaded ' ' ' ' Of Demonstrators T h a n h ' Hpa, - a - p o r t - a - p o r i; U, s miles nual Uk "lorVllie fpurj»ie',of · Jitpvldlm for Ida psyrne'nr «. (he Hrlriclpirof; and Inlorell on the.' borida, which levy wll| not exceed, five : (S)' inllls on the .1 dolla of thoii!ined vaiuitlon.of th«!taXb[ real «hd penona IV properly 'In' the. 0»y. f Secdoh .4, .mi(l'.th« flection ?«li«ll held 1 and conducled and the vole canvassed and Iho results, declared 'under the law and I n . the manner now, provided for' municipal- elcctloni, i o ' - f a r aa Ihe lame ti 'ippllcable, and' Ihe Mayor of Ihe'^nereby^ a,utj)orUed .wl dl r'ected to*'glVe riqtlce Of such" election' by in advertlietnent' published 1 , tveekly ' once ' ' -ireek'. Cor, u s d ' n ckl,,ln a nowifwper ' ' THREE bedroom brick home, 3i'.b«lhs, tarxe lol. In Lincoln. J17.000. Very- Ion down to qualified · buyer.. Call MS-MO afler 4 p.m. , · '' ., - ', j.j-1 ington . pounly^ ITR/ICT.12) .: .jj, :, 1901.00 iqi-(HARRIS. jiariti.* 1 Bedroom, 3i bath, il/o- cated In exclusive residential area fc-ctvveen 1 Sjiringdale .'Bnd Fayette- vllle 1 . Den with fireplace,-.formal dining roorn.,.L.arge; : 2-car. garage. Deluxe · carpet.-.,- Landscaped -lot. Price $51'.5(».y-:i;':M : '^v : ';P ; ALL AMERICAN.-REAiis ESTATE ' ' ' ·Nutnber,Two (2)^Btock Kii'mber Two (2); r 'of- tht Gntn Va'lTcy ArtdlUon ) a s - p e r . p!a{ Jp*"fd !addilloo on f ,!B In , the rtfic* of ttie. Circuit, CTcrk and Jtfc-OHIcIo · Recnrder ' of' "Washlnalon County,- ArkanwifV TItACT -13) ' J '--~'' published ' Ir. the' Cl'ly*nd 'haylnir 'a' bona (ide curculaHon' 1 therein;' -the last / publication Io be not 'i l««si than ' t e n $*yt prior to the 'dale of ,1h.? elflclloni,, and o n l y 1 ftualilltd vnters W -Uie ' City '-ihall havtf-.(he :rlyhl il/i'vofe at the\«t«clicm, ; Sccllon J-,5.-; Thai,. the^-reiults ; o( : the election shall be proclaimed ' by. the Mftyor and hl.j ProcJamatlon, ^hall be publlifted We limeifn $ rjcwipqpey : iub- llrhed In l(ie C l l y - a n d ^havinK- af,bona fide clrpulaiiw therein, .wtiich .Prw^riitu Kofi shall atJviiQ:,'thaV''the'' results 'as proclaimed Hhall be. cotiduslve;' unless it la eked In the courts wltnin : -Jnlrij'"days ter,'^e ,date x ot! the .proclamatton.; ; , ^ecHon. 6.-Tha^ the^jiaybi' Is VuthoriMd [o ftdyertiBT, .tcdord.'ni.-'lo Uje lennsro,' Amendment No, 13 .to the-'Constlliitlor. of Jlhfl.. State: of Arkansas the'public sale o f , |he : bpnds. " . ' ; " ; . , / · - . - - · . · ' '·"Section '-1. That a ' coj^ of' jhls" Ordln- ahc 'snail lie''glven to r tin? -WaaWnsrtJoii County Board 'of (Biect!on'Cornmlssloner$ »o;-that-,Ihe .^ecesBary,election offlci-aU and ··· EASY MAINTENANCE $i3JSOO BrlG53: Right in the middle of the ever, growing NOBTHHAST. Immaculate 3 bedrooms, 2 bntue, carpeted floors, big 2 car garage. f - C h a l n link back yard. The Innd- F, scaping is Immaculate, too. Will be f l - empty soon, so give us,...-,,; ; JR; EXECS' DELIGHT $31^500 BF-620. Lovely 3 bedroom.2 bath Ranoher -- Perfect for entertaining in the well, planned home. Excellent carpeta ..and drapes already Installed. Interested,-then call us ·· about.thls sleeper. , . ; ': : :'A; : Call 521-3300 ; '"' ''"····'.' rOR sale:"'Real -nice' S-bediwmV, home In Lincoln,. Carport; lirge-.'alorasre bldif., storm cellar.' ImmeallU' possession. 821- · ' · - Just llsled 10 acres, good gafden, 3 bedroom home j u s t finished, 'full basement; attached garage;-:' 2000 feet floor space. Wall to wall ; car- petlng, centraV: air/ and-'h^at. ; Oar' - e'i corripreissori 2 baths-/ storage ____ d, If a -wonderful view and beautiful-: home fits your plans ibetter see this. Will carry large loan. ' West' Fork, Alk'.'" legal Noliees-- Co. '1618 N . C o i l e s e 52]-1 J300 Nite« · smd - week ends: call:-· '· · Pauline McKJnney . 521-1549 Barbetta Blakemore 521-5032 James Baker · 443-4872 James Freeman -142-4325 Jan Henson. . 521-«509 WE WORK KAUDS!! ... ''. . W E GET RESULTS £ Th« B,est Home Buys. ... ,-', ,';.-. . Before,Your.Eyes * : · ;··' · ' LIVE-RENT FREE · - - This IB .home .and income. 2 story frame home. 2 baths. Live in one part let the rest monthly payment. ?17,000 boss company 2800 N. real estale College · : , · ; . ; · Risor.onov NO. s«-«'' '·WHEREAS, Ihe Boa'rd o! Dlrecton of the C i l y ; c f - Fayette7yie.\;Ar]din5aa, -.* rr^imlefpfll corporation, did''cause Etadles to ,'bc'rnade of the needs 'for/Blreet. irri;- proye'ments to. sycamore.- street' from Highway.; 71 (Colleee Avenue! to OreitB Avenue .ana, . r ; t i - . " v ; ; . \VHBREAS, the report on Improvement or -Sycamore Street from Hllhmir 71 (College ;AvcnUR), iO;Grejl^ AVenue waft container! Tri Resolullon-No:'-29-Tl.i passed and approved by the Board of Director* of the City of FayellevJlle,' Arkansas, on the third day ol M«y IffTl; and, WHEREAS. It appears that Ihe pellllor) for Ihe improvement ot'sycarnore street from Hlahfray 71 (College ,-Avenue) io Greg'e Avenue'will net 'receive'the slfr nalurea of a rnajorlly of/the ^property owners, and, : ' '. WirEHBAS, tt'appears th-At a petition for the Improvement o[ Sycamore street from Hlihwayi 71' (CollcEc Avenue) to Wootiey Avenue mi?nt receive Ihe'.slg. Ihe 'necessary majority and, ·IjVHERBAB, .Ihe Board ol Directors deems, It desirable to flmend, t)ie_ report oh improvement o£ sycamore Street from Highway 71 (College Avenue) to Gregg Avenue Io. Include only that portion of SycariiOL-e Street from Highway; ,71, (College Avenue) Io Woolsey Avenue, I and, WHEREAS, Ihe City Kanarrer has presented to Hie Board of Dlreclors certain findings and delermlnallons :W[lh regard to Ihe raving 'of Sycamore Street Irorn Hishnay 71 (College Avenue) to Woblsey Avenue, which : findings and determinations fire as follows, to-wlt: RBPOtlT ON IMPROVEMENT OF StfOAJroriB STREET FROXf HIQHWAY n (COU.EOB AVENUE) . ' , TO WOOIJ3EY- AVENUE . .'. ; : 1- A street 'Improvement District Is recommended for Ihe Improvement of Sycamore "Sired from Highway 71 (College Avenue) to woolspy Avenue. 2. The proposed street Improvement project should Include complete, street reconstruction. Necessary Imprpvemenli Include: · , ' A. Conalnictlon ot base to mcel current clly slandarda: B. Pavlnrr wllh two tnchefl of hot-ral« asphalllc, malerJnls twenty-eight (28) feel wide from flow line Io flow line; C. Inslallallort o[ B .curb and gutter on Uie south side of said street; n. Installation of a four (41 foot side: walk on the north'side of laid. .street Part ;Of the southeast .quarter - (SE'4) OC the Southeast quarter ,SrBM) of Section Four (4)' In township' Sixteen (16) North of-Range 30 Wesl,-described '·«·· follow*/Horwil;,- Beginning at - a point "" -- Easl of Ihe Southwest., corner : forty, acre .tract; arid running : last 1 135. (eel, thence'North 165'' Het, H Ihence Weil 135 feel, - t h e n c e south 165,/eel, to the, polnl of -be-: ginning.. less and except mat portion aloni -;lhe South ' erid embraced 'Iri Sycamore Street.'(TRACT 14)'- 11.073.00 A part of ; the Eoulhe as r quarter (SEU) of the Southeast rjuarter (8EK) of Section s-ou'r'(4) In Township Slxleen ' (16) North o! Range Thirty: (3D) Wesl, , more .particularly .described as'folibws, trwll; Beginning.. al the Soulh'west' comer of said rorty acre tract, and · running Ihence East 129 /eet; thence NorthilBS- feel, thence West 123 feet, - Ihence Soulh 1$5 feel lo'lhe point of beginning, (TRACT ]5) : '«1,«19.M The --North.--half (N«i 'Of Ihe ' NEM of the NB',i of secijon S.-.Towhshlp 16: North, Ran?« SO W e r t . i , - , ,' rTRAOT 16) J ____ i _____ i _|J5.5J7,(in A-. part :of-.lhe.':NWHs.NWi/rsecl!6n-' r 10, Township 16 North,'Range 30 West ·_ .described, as follow-s; Beiliuiing at a point 25 leet'Boulh of IheV-Northwest,- comer.'. .of:- said V40 la ere itracl, and · running,- thence Soulh-u? feet;. thence Sail. 422.5 .feet to .the West line ot he.l right-of-way,'of. U.S. ingtiway 71. hence Northerly along; Uie ; .Wesl l i n e ' y "id lgtit-o(-li»y ; «t distance of 47.75 feet; thence West ' 132 feel, thence North X',_Sl: 45" West a distance of- 34.99, feel;, thence North 70 feel; thtnr* and supplies may^be provided, Seclloh 8, T h a t ' - a l l "ordinances- . .. parts thereof in conlllct herewith 'ere hereby .repealed s lo ,the extent ot;such conflict. . - , '. - . . ... - · , - - . ' · Seciton 9. Thai It Is hereby ascertained .and declared",\here la ah Jmrried- lale' need for:the.Improvements- r iri' order thai:, the-, .public !healths-welfare and lately,:may r . be proteclcd. and thai Ihe JmproS'ements, can 'be accomplished only by the Issuance-of the bonds.:It la, Iherc- fare,- declared-thai an emergency exists, and this ^Ordinance, being, necessary for ihe' Iminedlale preservation of the public rieape, h^alUi and Eafety, · shall be In farce and lake effect. Immedlalely from and Barter: Its passage.. , , . · PASBEDI-jAugusl 10..157Z: \ · APPROVED: : J. N. ilcKnlghl, Jfayor ATTEBTi : ;:: ; ; . · . - ; · · · . ' · ' ' : '. Wm. :Ray Prince, · ; . . · ·.-· . ' \ r City Recorder . , - , - . . , ^..CERTIFICATE , . !. 1 The undersigned, Cily REcordBr'of the City of West Fork,., Artiansai, hereby certifies that the, foregoing pages are a true and-correct copy erf Ordinance No. 73; ladopled- al an acljoumed Ecsslon -of the: Cfty ! council of .the : Cily o f . Wesl Fork, lArkansajj-^-held -at the-;regular isoulh ;pf HanPi; It f ii»lij the tar gfits .attEicljcd wbr.e a highway bridge, a fuel storago depot and two, antl-ajrcraf.l. sites ;a mile .nprth bf/rnanli Hoa.'a gtin site aVnille to Iho northeast and ap atmy ,, barracks., a n d . another fuel storase depot a, inlle arid a half'southwest df'.thQ'cily, , ^ , '.' The U.S. 'Command reported more than 190, strikes against t r i e - N o r t h Monday and gald pyerpaM skies for.ced^.caricella- t'lbh of scores ol others. But In South Vietnam more than q score of y,S.B52s made heavy raids against North.^Vletnamcse and Viet Cong troop concentrations to the northwcsl and southwqst,of' Saigon fpr the second successive night;, 'At leasl 600 Jons of bombs were droppec at .points'24; to ^35 .miles from the capital, j '...-',' · · . The South Vietnamese com mand claimed 97 enemy troops were killed with, np South Viet aamese losses .|h. ; fighting near the Cambodian, town. ; of- Kom pong .Rau/ just acrpss the bor de'r;: 50 .'miles ..west.' oT Saigon. The Saigon : command said Its forces capture (J 19 weapons, including three Soviet .Slrela antiaircraft missiles, and one tori of ammunition. . , ,. , , : i . ; More heavy fighting,was re ; ported on the northern front between Quang Tri and Hue, 30 miles to the south. The Saigon command said 61 North Vietnamese; and three South Vietnamese' Vyere killed . Monday and 45'government troops were wounded. Police-';'Chief' Rocky'' , . ranee, who' led the 'non-violent operation .Involving 40.qfflcfis, s a i d ' t h e city'needed-Woro .time to prepare the 36-'acr«park:ror the thousands of 'protesters,,«*· pected ' for -the cdnyenUpni which opeii's Monday;- : 1':.; :f: ' ::pollce first'We're'jgreeted:'by epithets and shouts' ofV'Pigi hut the campers;: rnp'st'pf tntfrn follpwers pt the-' Zlpplfe^^ movement, slowly cleared-the^ fenced par)c a f t e r ' officers'·'; marched Shoulder-to-shoulder toward the only available,exit; :·''?.· -"'i'.' ; , Tnc.'prptestersi thcj^ ttilfnber / ihlhnihg , to^.Jbetweep' '50, 'to,':,75,' J ;hen -roamed ,thb Miami Beach's "St...,. -.--;.-*, cpmmuhlty., Z I p.fti 'e. headers tried to' organize a -march ;on Clty^'Hallr biit- squad^ars Tout off ;the march'/and.herded; the fjemotistrators towarr]:a church which 'ha'd offered to.'Ji'tjiise;JC'dn- ventlonrrioftdelegates:':.-'(· ·*;ti . oday Ho thought'.Iho city could! arrange for necessary sanitary, m'edleal nnd 'other facilities -by Thursday, v · . - · · :- : ' · : · ! About ! 100 p c p p l e j . most of thenri ZIpplcs, wpre tJiere Monday nttht 'when" police informed them the p a r k - w a s cjpsed'ihd everyone had to leave.' Most of thelpeople ignOrctr ; the ;fhstruc : t l p n . : - ' · " , ' '.'-·;·' "-.. ····"·.'·····::··,!'·· The arrival of a small bag pf what was^siid t'o be niavijuaria was greeted wltfi'shouts of ap- prpvali and manj' (fathered I n / a drcle td'smoke It, observer! said. Policc'had left the seen!;, , In a similar situation Sunday night, police .arrived- with 1 10 squad cars and gavi people 15 minutes tp leave, They l(ft, '- : '"-"·' DISCRETION I ' ark by ndn-delcWtes. :·'''',-. ,"It may well -be.- that/ spjinc kid smokes Pol; |n;the buahes," said O'Koy. f 'i urn' Indicating to you that In i some situations you dbn'l enforce the literal litter of the lavy.'l ^iCAV'/i/a:;,:^ Pomerance said his ' plflccrs 'dld,'\ : not \ r t i n ;14w'-.V- T apyc-rie smoking ' : marijuana '.'In ^Flamingo Park during '.the; Democratic convention ahditherefore' no one'was arrestedi . .. ? !-Nevertheless, ·: there ··. \\vero some, complaints f r o m 1 Miami Beach r residents ' a b o u t . p o t smpklhg«at the'- park, ^located ; six blocks from Convention Hall. And, t h e r e - w e r e al least two nights of nude swimming In the city pool. . - - . '"' , ·.''·'· "The chief knows what he In doing and .will see t h a t , the law is not broken; in any significant No arresU.,wcr«;-.., ..,,..... The'.protestefa: .were ^finally directed tp ; Miami -Beacji:-Cpnv miirilty ChurcK:seveYal. blocks from Flamingo JPark^aboulU 3 a.m r ,riyhere : some:'40". protesters already were'ibfiddlri'gdown;for i, ; .-·'_!_ \.i .-- .-'A'l-v. :*',--·- oc ' -«f ; i-k/ tV|e i night i 25 .: -of,.!ithe marcners refused. w..enter,,tjie church's 'parish'h'puso.and-,s]ept I n ' the-. .slree6.'^wriI16'.:;' L pHlcer3 . pulled back'and'walched, ; ' " ~'- : COUNCIL" VQTE'''!., The Clty ; Council-ypte'4;4-to 3 Monday.:!tciSdperith't?!'. park to r non-delegales,.:At56ut 3,000 dem- onstfatorsi-useii'-'it^ag; a/:camp- sitei dun n'g -1 ast" ! month's*: D emo r cratic: cpnyentlpri.--'''-·:-:- : . The; council*did.inot specify when . piptestfrs could set. iij: campsites: the':parkir"biit.'pome: ranee told iZippIe' jead.ers early Nixon Ecpnpmic Policy filaca of trie Cbancil v the o'clock p.m., OT .the" :-10th day .- pf -.'August j ;-1912,-: and: that.- the.-.OrV dlnance' Is 'of recbrd" In' prdlriRnbe' nec- 'ord-.BOplt .No. 1, now-In hly possession. -. : :-HVEN/u'ntjer rny .hand-and fiealMhts IX Of AURliSl, 137^., '·;. ,.;-V.L" '-~^ Wm.' n-Ay Prince, Cliy Recorder .'. _ . , ....: /-. :is itc . ItJUl ' THyRMONT;-' Md . . . Backwhere he launched'it pre cisely :--year ago, 7 ,' President ^iSpnVis; Ssffessi_n^; his^new; eco-^ nqm ic pol icy' iji the - ^ppded se-' elusion ofithlSfCarripiiDayid re-; DirectorTM Casiiar ^Weinberger oiced cpiicern : that ·: Cori gresa is - 'pri'-.. ! i; : r, a'.t h e r :''dangerpus ng;'path);#;?-rf:(!J K.V'i.'Pi ' " ' - * '' 12,411.00 th«. HVfV, : (TttAOT'17)!'!-- Parf-.oC'the NW',1 ' _. -,, ,,. section. 10, Trurnsftlp; 18 North nance 30 Wesl, more partlcurarly described as follows; to-wtl: Be^innrriH; at a point 35.. .lul ,-South .. and - 28a7-r f«t-.- East o( uie Northwest comer of said 40 acre Ifact; and running, thence Sbulh 70 feel, thence South-30* ST. 45", East 34 ,", fwl.- Ilicnce East 132 feel tb Ihe v west lirr* of the rl^ht-of-wajr of U.S. | Hlgfnjay No. 71,. Ihence' North- easlerly alone the West line of said right-of-way to a point 25 feet Smith of Ihe. Section line,' thence West 168.7 feet to the. point of beglnnlne.' (TRAOT 18V . · , · · · · · · - ' 11.4450, NOVV. THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLV- EI by. Ihe.rBoird.'bf Directors ot the Sty of Fayettevllle, Arkansas, that raid municipality Indicates the. desire' to undertake- .Ihe above described 'Irhprove- m«\li provided the majorlly of owners in value 'of the to be ed agree to repay to said municipality Ihe port.ron or the corf described above Irrrough .uniform assessed benefiu'.upon each lol or parcel of property descrlb- ed'above. : - -' : '. -. - ' : ' - · PASSED AND APPROVED this day of Aunusl, 1972. JOE FRED STARR, Mayor ATTEST:' ' · T · HELEN TOUKG, Oily derir NOTIOi; No'Uce is · -giyeh' /.that V a t 5 · A o c e s t e r e y " . - g y e / . a V a · Special Election . io'be, held .In Ihe City of West -Fork, -Arkansas, on September 28, -1972, there will '-be submitted to the electors o( hte'.'aiyj tne'-;'quest(on ,;0f suln g General V Ob! ffiallon Irn'provernent onds - u n d e r ' the ; : hrovf sloas of Amend- menf No. 0^ ,(p the Qonsfifuljon .of the Stale '' of- Arkarisaj^' In ' the' 'principal 'amount of" $12,000 for .the purpose of financing': · the cost of 'the construcilon at *-- buildlnir -' for the v rtonsln? of -· fire Apparatus: And of fire fighting ap'aratus. 'the purchase bondsr s h a l l be/ datett- September J, 1972, ; wflfi', Interest Ihereon' payable r: 03 , 'June; ;'!,' 1373* and : Mmlk'nnUally thereaCJer- on* June 1" and December 1 of each year. TTie bonds snail mature on December 1 In each ' o f Uie years .1375 to 1995, Inclusive, b u j shall be callable for payment prior to maturity, on such terms as the .City may specify . IIL the Notice of ' Sale of the -Bonds, , -City 'Council will levy and : there will, be' colleotcd R -'continuing annual tax for the purpose of providing for the payment'" or 'principal "pi ,and.. Interest on the bonds, which levy will 'not evceed flvkt- S) mills on the dollar of the assersed valuation of · tha - tax-able real and personal, property 1n Ihe City, Only, q u f t l i / l e d l electors of the City f ^est Fork, Arkansas, w i l l h a v e . the rljhi -' tb vole - In th^ "election on 'the question.. ' ' ' ' . ' · . ·' ' M " The election 'wlfl b« h«ld .between" Ih'e hoiirs df 8:00''a.m. vnd ?;30 'o'clock p.m. after .(even: Gene Garrett Consider These Values: Near UofA and grade school; 4 odr. 2 baths, fenced yard in reat* TO SELL. 2 IoU: Southwest of University, $1950; In Rolling Hills Addition, ; j2wo. J. D. EAGLE REALTOR Phone MZ-27811 4$ Years Eaut Center Street GINTONIO COMPANY In lien of curb and fuller. 3, The total estimated project cost said street reconstruction program , . 4. II Is proposed that the ttfy wnuld pay J25.S17.M of the projccl cost with an assessment nf $17,^50.00 belnsT levied Mgafnsl the real properly hcncfittcd by lh« proposed lmprov«menl!i to reimburse Ihe City ,,fbr a portion of the cost ol Ihe Improvements, The- Cily'ii aKare Is stiow/i below BI an assessment on Tract 16 held hy the Cily for park purpowj, 5. It li proposed Ibat the : property owncr(s') be Riven n choice nf piylnjr the assessment! levied in A tump sum payable within thirl]' dayjnn«r ihe Homes Designed For Yoq THREE B E D R O O M -- .SPLIT RANCH, Living room, formal din- Ing room, big kitchen -- /Htnlly mom, 2 balhJi, double Sarage- ?20,030. THREE BEDHOOM RANCH -For the budget conscious inmlly: Living room, kllchen -- tmtiy room, 2 bathn. In B lovely wooded ticUtng. Priced J 23, 050. Ready For Immcdlale Occupancy 521-3373 at. the .followina pollW: place* City of West-Forkj Arkans-ast ' " in the .eluding ran''iv'optiiriistic v: .set comments''from key :ccbjiom!o advlsers.wthe ! ;chlef v ;execjtive Is immensely pleaieii ;.\vU?J T.osulls rf ^the action' he'ordered las! Aug. .15..^ M'^Ki'oi,-, When Nixon ffew-. Kere.:Mon. day--his thlrd..trip ; t6 the Maryland mouhtaintop retreat in a \veek-^a . W h i t e , , House, spokes man: said he was '"reviewing cconpiriic matters^ economic p'oljcies," '·-'·''· · The-spokesman signaled presidential' 1" concferii,'",,! however about congressional moves U e - x c e e d t his; 5budget--moves which ; .lhe White House 'con tends could hurt r arjti-inflation ONE '-, AGO ' HOMES BY OWNi=R , 4 n*droom, S but**, 1 year , ·M. On lurgt lot lr\ nlre- area clo»» In Hchool N.K. Vlroplare, t»r/« 'derk und IftU o( extra*. Owner leaving anit rnu^l nil, Call /or flppoi!!!«cnt, 3 *.m. to I p.m. Phone 443-4624 ..«k» iiroMiily. rs »cr« ·tala ntar KonK Ni. noirli on l«i tit , ptlMJful Ilk* v!l«, Clll 711-1*5, rorriplellon of Ihe proposed Improvemenls, or in Fen (10) equal annual installments " .: I n t e r e s l ' a t the rate of (en per cent per a n n u m . If Ihe properly own- c r f s t chooiegs) the Installment of pa-menl, the first Installment shall be colleclerl on or before October- 1, 1372.. Second and subsequent Installments shall he paid at the time provMed by law for paying the first lm'jllm«nl of general (axes on the property. 6. The approximate assessment which wnulrl be made ajtal/ijl each'lot or parcel of property are as follow! . APPROXIMATE TRACT ASSESSMENT Part ol Ihe BWli of Iho 3W« of.tlto lion-3. Towitshlp 16 Norlh, Ran«« :30 Wcsl, helnff more pnrllcutarly described as rjeulnnlnir 2A7 feet and 1 Inch East of Ihe Brfuthwcsl comer .of said .{0 aer* Iract, and ninnlntr, (hence Norlh XXI fct and 3 Inches; thence K«tl 29^ f«el and 1 Inches; Ihenca West 2% rent »ml 1 Inrliei lo Ihe point of bemnnliHf, except thai porllon rf said tract alonx the Kast side embraced In Ihe prtitnl rlihl-of-way of U.H. llljliway Ho, 71 (TRACT It I1,S^M Parl of Ihe F.WV, ot Ihe SW!i of flection 3, Township 10 North, -Range SO W"t, more mrllCTilarly dn'sorlbed an follows, trwlt: neglnnlnffv al a [HInt wMch (s IZf fret North of lha ftoulhweil cnrncr of said 40 acca met, anrf. nmnlnjr, thence F K a i t 50 tea; 1htn» Soulll 44 Itet, IhcKM East 37 reel. Ihflnce Eolllh 2rt feel, iherjca Knit 81 fed, thence South m ftel, thence Kail HI (eat 1 Inch, Ihflnca North 201 [eel.3 Inches, thenre West m tef. I Inch. Ihtnce soulli 170 lee to- I h K TWInl of beiflnnlnii; and A tvarl ol the BW',i r[ lha RW l/r of Sep. llrvi J, Townihlp IR North; Ranjffi 30 Wajit more paTtlnirarly descrlberl at rollowf, En-wit: neglnnlnjr 4 feel Cast of the, .Boulhwesl rorner ol said 40 arrfl Iracl, and tunning. Ihpnca F,ait Itn fcfl, Jh«n« Nnrlh M fed, lh«nr« V'tat ti 'ftI, Ui«nc* North *( IMI, ORDtNANOB NO. Ti AN ORDINANCE OAUJNC3 A SPECIAI, ELECTION IN TUB OTTT OF WEOT FORK, ARKANSAS, ON ,TH10 QUESTION -OF IS9UINC3 BONDS UNDER T7TE PROVISIONS OP AMENDMENT Nb 13 TO TJCE CONSTITUTION ' OF ' TIIH STATE OF ARKANSAS'FOR THE PUR: POSE OF CON6TRUCTINQ A BUILDING FOR THE HOUSING OF FIRE FlonTINO APPARATUS AND THE PURCHASE OF FIRE FIOHTINQ 'APPARATUS; PRESCRIBING OTHER MATTERS RELATING THERETO; AND DECLARING 'AN ESrEROENOY. WHEREAS. Ifre (Sly of West Fork, Arkansas (Ihe "City"),-Is a clly of Ih! second class; and · WHEREAS, II has been delermlned that it would be In Ihe best Interests of the Oily lo conslruct a building for Ihe housing of lire flgbtln? apparatus, and to purchase /Ire lighting apparatus, al an estimated cost to Ihe Cily ol not'lo excrjed MZ.OOO (the "Improvement!"), which estimates include necessary ex: pensei Incldenlal to the Improvemenls and to Ihe Issuance of bonds; and W1IERBA3, the purpose of this Ordl- ance is to submit to the elector* of (he dly the queillon of Issuing General Obligation Improvomenl Bonds under Amendment No. 13 to the Conslltullon of the State of Arkansas for financing lire Improvements: NOW. THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the City Council of the Cltr of Wesl Fork, Arkansas: Section 1. .That there Is hereby called a Special ·(iacllon for Scpl¥mt»r"S, IOT?, al which Ihert shall he submitted la Ihe eleclorx Ihe question of Issuing General Obligation Improvement Bonds under Amendment No. U- lo Ihe Oon- sIllulIOTi of Ihr State of Arkansas In Ihe principal amount of 113,000 (the "bonds"). ,. Section 1. Thai Ihe bonds shall be daled September 1. 1OT, shall bear merest al the lowest rale or rales oh- alnable al public sale, Inftrcsl anaU hi layable on June 1, 1913, and serrtlannuaux hereafter on June I and Decembfrr' 1 of each year, The bonds shall' mature on December 1 of each year us follow... ' shall be callable for payment "prior o maturity upon such terms at Ihi Cily council shall deormlne and apccily n Ihr Notice of Public Salt .of tha lorrrls: \r.,\n 1973 1J7S IJT7 I97K 10TO 1MO ,1WI , IMJ · -The-llire'. slillon In Wesl Fort, At- QIVBN Ihls lOlh day ol Augu'sl, 1071 CITr-OF .WEST, FORK. -ARKANSAS It \yas a year ago._loday " thai Nixon, after a weekend "confer- cnce .at. Caijip.. Qayid,, with his ibp economic 'advisers,', loid a riationwide - television 'audience that he had impose a wage-price freeze, to slap a 10 per-cenl surcharge; 'on^.lmports a'hd to free the dollar from its links to gold. '-: ' :/.'·.. / He pledged, too, td'.cuti the rate ,pf i n f l a t i o n - by., half -- an his advisers are 'proclaiming . . ' N.' Mc'Kttlfhl, Mayor -iio is,. 33, a, s Highly Toxic Chemical Used In IRA Bombs BELFAST (AP) -- A 19-year- old member of the Irish Republican Army is dying because the guerrillas are using a chemical f p r explosives t h a t can be more dangerous for the bombers than the bombed, the British army said today. , · ·. , The chemical is nitrobenzene', and .IRA..bomb factories have been stocking : it for two WS5 IMtfi I5S7 198S 138.1 IKM .IMI IMI li»'l iroi *«foiivr , »!,000 J.OOfl i,m 1,000 1,500 1,500 .1,1011 ' 1,500 1,500 J.OOO 1000 3,000 1,00n 3,000 2,500 3.SOO 1.500 J,5f« .!M months, a W h e n . Hie stAnce spokesman said, highly" loxic sub- absorbed into Ihe success. · :· Secretary of the - Treasury George Shultz, in an ariniversa ry briefing fpr r hew.smcn, rioter that the rate of inflation ove the pa'st^four: months has beei less than 2 per cent. This com p a r e s , ' h e - s a i d , to ; the 6.1-per cent 1969rand to thr 5.5-pcf-ccnt increase in 1970. A t / t h e same briefing. Budge ' ; : . . WelnbergerJ'saia .":fier iyas-'ie- _ arring "; specif ically;.; W -.'?. $30,5 billion 4 *:. health:le(luca|ibn-labor appropriati6o;*;bill ^ EJssed'/;py Cong rels ; and J n;o\v '"before j the " - '.Clty'.Managet Clifford O'Key said police would use discretion to enforce' laws In the park. H said Mayor Chuck Hall. was Instructed by the.council'ti ' ' "He.wilt decide what is right or wrong In each individual case," he^next; 30:days,faccotdlnglo : pett near;normalrriiinfal^and; i the1Jatiprial .yVeather. Servlt* _·---;.·-_;i.-^ii^ii^_i^i.ii...ii.' (pji · i torieca8ti(AP.' Wrephptp) requested « and'.',1 :"Said : Weinbeii ger, is: ; n a highlyi Inflationary ncrease to an already-genefpts budget." " ''.:"'. The measure was passed by Congress in the face - , o f ' i a threatened presidential veto. And, while aides refused to'say what action Nixon wouiditake, they indicated lie- wguld".strike down the bill--as he v implied he would when he asked .Congress recently to clarrip .a'.$250-billion ceiling on federal'spending"this year. , ' . . '·:'· ,'':'X^'-^ : ·' "If you don't get th.i} spending ceiling and the Cqngrcssvruns; itself on a majpr'v''.spendiiig~ spree . . . - , " Weinberger-'said, "then that certainly builds up the | pressures for a tax iri; ; ease." '·'·'-.'· :. ;."; RELUCTANT' While House aidej.\yere re- luctinl to forecast'^h'en; Nixon's! wage and pric'e.'" controls wou]d be-lifted. '·"",'·,,''.'..;·' "We are certairily'not^et out of danger," said .W^eino'evger. But,'' he added, "vVe-afe a lot better off today thari'.\ve were a Policeman Is Overturned year ago. - , -.. . In Washington, nie.amvhile, the Pay Board j one/· of i thrre main agericies running Nixon's new economic' .:Vrjrpgram, Announced it will retain the general standard^limiting \vai5fi increases to 5.5'p'er;eent a year. , The board said."the..'guideline will be reviewed, later this year, presumably 'after prbduc- liv'ty figures are studied, ·'· · NQflTH LITTLE ROCK (AP) .---.Jh? ; firing of Patrolman Monte,[E. Montgomery ' was oyerturned early today, by the North'Little Rock Civil Service Corrirhissiopi '·' .' ; ! ·'But . t h e . ; commission M suspended Moritgorhery for 30 days w , i t h p . u t pay 'for..,, "in- 'subordihation and disrespect to his ·'· superior, officers." Montt goraecy, .29, said he would, appeal the r u l i n g to Circuit Court. Hs said the decision was the only, one the commission could make .--"under t h e circumstances." '" J-: :"I ; m pleased,with their deci- .sipn,'.' he.said,."I consider it a rvlcio'f'jr 1 -.' jrf."a senser-that I ; was reinstafed." = : ~-' : ~ · The commission deliberated for about an hour before is- suing-Us'ruling at 12:36 aim'.'at the end of a lengthy hearing. .Police Chief Reo Bovm h'aa Dismissed Monlgomery July 28, charging the patrolman with leaving his assigned area, filing a false offense report, disobeying a superior' officer and defacing · a- departmental Britain Ttf Offer RefugelTo Asians From Uganda record^ APPEAL Biellbn '*,' Tliil' Iha ri'ueillon i^nll oe , rl«c«4 . on , for U» bloodstream, it produces symptoms pf cancer, a n d "unforlu- nately there is no cure," he added. The 19-year-old is crllically ill in a Belfast hospital nfler handling the chemical.'The spokesman said two others, a youth and a teen-age girl, were killed last week when a nitrobenzene bpmb. they were carrying in llieir cnr exploded premnlurely. : Thr; highly volatile compound is used in the manufacture--under strict prccnullons--of dyes, shoe polish . and ,,synthetic (!· hers. It gets inlo Ihe system through rt scratch, n 'cut or other brenk in the skin, but when exploded leaves no poisonous TCS!- due, the spokesman said. The' IRA WAS believed to have turned to nitrobenzene bo cause a r m y raids recently have been cutting off Its regular explosives supplies. Some 13,000 pounds of blast substances have neon seized In Ihe two weeks since Ihe army moved Inlo the IRA Areas o f - D c l f h s l ' n r i r i Londonderry. ; , . - . - - . : · - , - ; : : - . - - LONBON (AP) -- The British govcrnmenl said it is preparing to offer r e f u g e to 80,000 colored people of j- Asian extraction b e i n g ' expelled from Ugandn. Bui they may f i n d themselves us unpopular In Britain asHhey are in their East African homeland. . . . Labor party leader .James Callaghan said he regrets that British passports were ever issued to the] Asians in Britain's former African colonies. Francis Boyd, a columnist for The Guardjnn, wrote that the welcome for Ihe : "lost souls" from Uganda will be "somber at bcsl," "Where are the houses for these people, the, jobs or the school places for ; their children?'-' asked .a letter, writer Io T h e - G u a r d i a n , B. Dal ton. - , RETAINED CITIZENSHIP The Ugandn Asians,and thfise In neighboring Kenya and Tanzania retained.their British citizenship when their counlries Jiecnmo independent, This en- llllcd them Io emigrale to Britain al any time. But.five.years ago Kenya cracked down, to end the " A s i a n s ' ; hold "on the country's commerce, arid tlie resultanl . I n f l u x I n t o . . B r i t a i n touched off a racial :.scare Among lower class whites fear fu! of the competition for Jobs and cheap housing, The Labor g o v e r n m e n t responded b y sharply restricting 'Now President Idi- Amin of Uganda has given the holders of foreign passports In his cqun- ;ry 90 days to gel out. Mo si o'f Jtiem are of Asian extraction, with an estimated 60,000 holding British passports. And an unknown number ' of .others hc-lding Indian or . P a k i s t a n i pa.- p'ers. Britain's Conservative government says it will honor the British passports, but so. far it has come up with no concrete plans. ' : ,- ' DENSELY POPULATED B r i t a i n is one of the more densely populated countries in the world, with 587 persons:to the square mile -- .about 10 times as many as lhe : United Slates. Many of Its 55 'million people are bescl by economic Ills and shortages or housing, Schools and hospitals. There ere nearly pnc million people out of work. . Trouble between while . And colprcd communllles In' Ihe cities is coming Increasingly, to tho surface. RIoling in Liverpool last week was blamed largely on racial antagonism! In a district whore lipli'slng Is in short supply or of poor «land- nrd. In his appeal Io the commission. Montgomery said the real reason for his dismissal was his testimony last autiimn'before a U.S. grand jur-y..-that was investigating .possible, payoff to North ' Little Rock public officials. According to the' charges listed against Montgomery, the po licemah submitted a false of. fense report in which he alleged . that. : four officers. assaulted him, threatened h i m with suspension and otherwise verbally abused him on. July 25 Montgomery testified Monday night t h a t ' t h e ' o f f i c e r s -- Capt W.D; Younts, Capl; Robert L Stanton, Lt. Bobby. West and Sgt. Walter Miles -- had as saultcd him in a legal if not a literal sense,, although he sai( he h a d - n e v e r meant to imply that he was actually beaten. ' ...Jack Mitchell, chairman o the Civil Service Commission, said Montgomery's suspension would be retroactiye^frpm hi firing. He also said the com mission: would. require;that a 'daily, iWprk re"port";be: filled quV'oir Montgomery., and - that copies be; giyen weekly to Bow- flan' and to commission .m'erh- ers'.' Mitchell refused . to-ts'ay what the "work report" would consist pf. . '··;, -, English Rabbi , SOUTHEND ON SEA, England (AP) --,A rabbi has joined a white collar union but to, ; improve his knowledge-- -rather than his paycheck; he says. '.'-. "I thought! it would be a good idea to join: as a means of· get- t i n g ' l o know what Is-going: on in the world," Rabbi .Roger Pavey, 33, explained. ·'·*·!: The official who recruited Rabbi Pavey Inlo i the; .Association of . Scientific, Technical and Managerial Staffs, Ian McEwan, said he hopes to form a'local of ecclesiastical workers. . : . ".' ' . "We will certainly look after things like wage negotiations," McEwan, said. "We keep hearing tales about country parsons living on a shoestring. Why should they be exploited?" - B u t the rabbi said .while Christian clergymen may be underpaid and work in poor conditions, "I do not think this applies la the rabbinate, I would say we are ralher Jrcll paid and have good conditions," ; . ' · · ! ' He was also dubious : about his'future on the picket line. "Clergymen tend to be aj bit eccentric and unorganized, . he said. "I'm afraid it there was ever a general strike I couldn't w i t h d r a w my labor." Tom R. Lowder, D.D.S., M.S. Announces The 'Opening of his office for , the practice of ORTHODONTIGS In Springdale ,1,213 South Hours by Thompion A PP cMm en t 751-1103

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