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INSIDE-- ; , Editorial For Women . · . 5 Fcologuc 6 Sports ,. . : ; : ' · : i'-8 Entertainment * 9 Comics 10 Classified 11 H Legal Notices 13 VOL 108 --NUMBER 314 The Public Interest Is The First Concern Of This Newspaper - rAYETTEVULE, ARKANSAS, MONDAY, APRIL 26,1976 IOCAI FORECAST-Fair and'cool tonight w i t h " scattered frosl. Partly cloudy and farmer Tuesday. L o w last night 32. Lows tonight in mid 30s with highs in the mid 60s. Sunset today 7:58; sunris* Tuesday 6:30. Weather map on page 3, if 14 PACES--TEN CENTS War For Black Rule t Begins In Rhodesia With Veto Worries Congress Back On Job WASHINGTON (AP) -- Con I turn this week President Ford gross is back from its spring rettss with a common four let ter word on Us inmd veto Regarding Uo bills op for ac_ Ford Lambasts Key Jobs Bill Oi Humphrey WASHINGTON'(AP) ^ Pres ident Ford who has been pre diclin g the Democr al s will nominate Sen Hubert Humph rcj for president this year, to day lambasted a key Humph rev jobs bill as 'dangerously deceptu e" and an "election year boondoggle!" Ford in a speech prepared for the G4th annual contention of the U S Chamber of Com merce, also vowed to clieck the Increase in go\ernment spend ing if it takes all summer ant more and more \etoes" f'l/He singled out a bill co-spon sored' by Humphrey and Rep r Augustus Hawkins, D Cahf which would set a national'tar get,E f 3 per cent unemplojmenl wjlhraJfour years and guaran tee jobs -- government jobs if Necessary -- : t o all "adults'will- Ing to work The bill has been embraced by man leading Democrats Ford said it is, one that "I;am against ' Humphrey, from Minnesota, is willing tfl run as the Demo crat s presidential candidate, hut has declined to campaign for the nomination. BOONDOGGLE In bis speech, Ford called the Humphrey Hawkins bill a ' vasl election-year boondoggle' 1 - am said the measure would "get the federal government deeper and deeper into social and economic planning on a national scale unprecedented m all our historv " t iling recent encouraging economic J statistics, Ford told the audience that m the past jear, rua administration had turned around'the worst ^recession in 40 jears "We are) as semhled this spring in the full surge of recovery." Now, Jord said "we face a tougher test' -- lhat of sustain ing Jhe 'economic ; recovery and insuring stable grow'h without: starting -'another cycle- of. inflationary boom that could lead to another-recession. He said 'the dread shoals of unemplojment" still loom and creation of an economic cli mate in which every American who wants to work can have a job Is primary concern las criticized one and,: said be w o u l d \eto the other if it is passed In addition, voles probably will come up next,week,on whether . to = 'ovcrrid» Ford's vetoes of: two other measures. On the Stnate calendar today was a b i l l , that would limit g r a i n inspection al U.S. ports to federal employes and state inspectors 'approved by Ibe'Agri culture Department, In i speech iv.o wppks ago m El.' Paso, Tex./'.'Ford said' he definitely would \elo the bill prompted by disclosures of widespread corruption and bribery among gram inspector emplo\ed by private firms Action is expected later in ;he week in the House and Sen ite on a compromise bill re structuring the Federal Elec lion Commission No one oh jects to the restructuring to comply with a Supreme Cou: order requiring that all men bers of the commission be pres idenlial apcomtees, hul th» bll also includes other changes in Ihe election laws which Re publicans have said the Fresi dent f i n d s objectionable LOST AUTHORITY Follow ing a Supreme Cnui decision r Ihe commission los its authority to disburse cam paign funds to presidential can didales Seven candidates ha\ asked the court to permit Ih commission"'tov resume · di: bursmg money while,action t change the law continues ' In other,act[on on:Capitol Hi this week, the House -nay on both the foreign aid aulho Ization and appropriations bill I-ord also has fhrealened t velo the i appropnalion bill Congress adds more aid to I rael than 1 he. requested, T h e House also is schedule to take up the concession budget resolution part of th new process b which Congre sets: iLs .own. bud get ·'.-. standard to parallel those submitted b the executive Branch. The budget resolution pass* by the Senate just before t! recess s/:t a $412.6 billion lim on spending for the 1977. fisc jear * ' J r f ' The Iwo bills Ford vetoed;b fore the recess were a measu to gu» states $125 million meet new federal standards f dav care centers, and amen ments to the Hatch Act to fr deral employes tip engage in rtisan political activity. The vote oh"-.the 'day-care c'en- r'velo is expected to be close ackers ot lh# Hatch Act revi- sions are given little chance of being able lo muster the..two thirds margins in the House and Senate needed to oxerr Ford's veto of that measure. According To President Of Tanzania DAR ES SALAAM Tan/am (AP) '--' Tanzanian Presiden Julius Nyerere met with Seen t a r y - o f - Stale Henry A, Kissii ger toda and later io!d new m e n - ' ' t h e war has started" f black-majority rule in Rh desia "If can't be avoided," Ny rere said: 'The'Unitcd Stales might n support the " war. · We will;, not quarrel with lhat ' Nercre added.""!'did noL.get the impression that Dr Kissinger w i l l support us In prosecuting the war. Kissinger came to : .Tanzania after opening a two-week Afri- tour in Nairobi, Kenya, OUTSIDE A -POLLING PLACE . ' m Alcoitai, Portugal voters talk after casting their ballots Leaping Drummer Boy A chain fence proves-irresist- ahta to Billy Smtth Hearing the' costume o f ^ a drummer boy during re-enactment of a re\ oluttonary w a r skirmish between BntisK and colonial forces on Governor's'. Island at New York Sunday.- (AP.Wire- photo) can over the weekend where.. he promised (be United States would use its political and economic weapons to bring about black'majority rule in-southern Africa AN OBLIGATION Nyerere said-he would like to see, the .United .Slates; and al! other, .countries: f u l l y .; support the"black.liberationists who are fighting to.topple the :while-minority government o f - Rhode- sjan Premier.Inn Smith. 'But'.when- asked'" if he 'would like to-see-American a r m s ' i n troduced-into .(he.conflict, Nye- rere ~ sidestepped a direct i ah 'swef''and said he "understands there "arer limitations" to whal Washington can.do. Kissinger has said the U S government-"does- not piah'-lo give military aid in any form la the nationalist movements Africa." Njerere said the United States-has an-pbligatipn to sup-: port the U N economic embar go · against · (he Smith.-.·govern- ment, 'which represents nboul 273,000 whiles among a nalion of 5.7 million :blacks. i Njercre spoke to reporters as Kissinger 'ended a-23-hour visit to Tanzania, his second skip on his seven nation lour During his slay, Kissinger ^ shared a front-row box with Nyerere". for l a military parade m a r l i n g the 1,12th, anniversary, of the forma' I tion " of ..Tanzania ' through the In Portuguese Election' f. Socialists Leading LISBON,., Portugal '.{APy- -I The Socialist Party stayed o n ! top as return's were counted today from Portugal's .first ,fre£ pa. liamcntarj election in 50 3ears Bui there was no chance of its getting the majority it sought in the new 263 seat par ] iamcnt. Socialisl leader Mario Scares i peeled overtures from the center and right to join, m a coalition government Other in flueutial members of. his partj said such a coalition was mevi table ' f The election outcome opened the wa for the ouster of the Moscow-line' Communists '.from the go\ernmenl of Ihis member Panel Asked Not To ' ' " , ' ' '. 1 M I I Release CIA Figures . i . i i 1 1 ^^ r i · union of Tanganyika and bar. Zanzi Today In Lebanon Fighting Continues But he s senators added: and "Sometimes congressmen 1 seem to think 1 , they, can abolish unemployment by'-passing new laws, such, as Ihe dangerously (CONTINUED ON ' PAGE ' TWO) t 'BEIRUT. Lebanon (AP) -Street battles and artillery duels flared today a« Lebanon prepared to elect a new prcsi dent in an attempt to end its year old civil w a r Police said 78 : persons' were killed find 9fi wounded since midnight Sunday tn Beirut and neighboring summer, resorts as weir as north Lebanon. Lebanese supporters of Syrian President HafcV Assad's so- cialisl Baalh- party , publicly ; called for-an all-out Syrian mil. Ha'ry intervention ^lo ' disarm warring Moslem and Christian private armies : in Lebanon. "This is the only way to reestablish law and order because there is no Lebanese, security f o r c e ' l e f t to do the job," said Kamal Chatilla, h e a d ot t h e Syrian-backed Nasserite group in Beirut Syrian Iroops, lanks and gun Winter Makes Usl Staitf ;i By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Winter is making a last stand in Arkansas. There is a ~chance' of freezing temperatures in the ' stale lonighl, particularly in i low-lying areas of Ihe north, Lows elsewhere should be in the 30s lo low 4fls , A large Canadian high pres i sure -system '· channeled'"cold air into Arkansas Sunday night v The, cold front that produced the cold temperatures, and also PIFIUIII^IIMIMIIM NCWS BRIEFS gave . r a m day, was , to "Arkansas Satur- well ' o f f the"'Gulf , ----Coast (his morning Low clouds behind the front 'covered 'Ar| kan.iM Sunday and hold temperatures in Ihe 50s and. low 1 «0s These clouds left the slate during the night however and clear '.'skies should 'continue through today ThV, forecast calls lor lair skies arjtl quite cool lempera- ' lures today and tonight wilh : scalfcrcd · frost ' in Ihe north tonight. Partly cloudy ikies and w»rm«r temptrstureg are ex,. peeled Tuesday. · Shotgun Stolen i Gary Nelson of the Southmonl Aparlrnenls on Hwy 16 east (old Fayetleville police Sunday that a li.gi»uge"shotgun.'.a.'.2Z caliber ' rifle and a . m c l a t j c e chest were stolen from hi.s pich : i;p, while Ihe pickup was parked al Ihe, apartment complex Saturday n i g h t . ' Rifles Stolen The'.theft of two rifle, 1 ! ' reported lo sheriff's deputies Sunday hy Pal F o x , o f Hwy. cast of Springdale. t FOJT said,.; that · a Remington 308 rifle and a Greenfield .22 caliber rifle was laken.from his home, Friday nighl, Seeking Voters PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- A subway, slops a n d . TV studios factory gales and hialoric sites Dernocralic presidcnlial : cam pHighera sought out the voter today on the eve of Pennsylva nia's cnicial p r i m a r y election School Burgloriicd Three items of cleclromc equipment were reported stolei n a burglary at the West Fork School Sunday aflerrioon. A teacher 'at the school, Kim 'orresler, told sheriff's , depu ics'ihat an AM-FM radio, tape recorder and a set of earphone vere . taken ' from a portab! classroom ' behind the elemen ary school . sometime ; sine ~ Fiscal Disaster I.1TTI E ROCK (AP) -- Ca [.cdbeltcr, « candidate for th Democratic nomination , fo Congress from thc ; 2ncl pislric said todaj that a con prehensive health care pla 'would he a fiscal .disaster a Ihis lime of inflnlion and larg budgetary deficits." · ; T h i s . , i s particularly Iri when ' t h e r e - are still fiscal an administralivc ·ihorlcorning'! such eslablishet! aifd more H i led programs as Medicare' an Medicaid," Ledtwtlcr sflid. The ne\t slop on his agenda I was'Lusaka, Zambia, whore he was lo meet President Kenneth i Kaunda i\hfj was expected to | press" fpr-military"aid for Rho- desian~*naliorialist -groups.- Dur 1 ing the weekend,'Kaunda said I 10 ' : y e a r s r - o f 'negotiations ' had I failed to find a peaceful splu [ lion in Rhodesia and it was now loo late for negotiating I Black Rhodcsian.' leader'Josh I ua "Nkomo was due in 'Lusaka to meet'Kissinger, The leader . . . o f ' l h e domestic wing o f the A f - als control key poinU on the r|can Natlonal council ( A N C ) 'banesc border and coast, IS one of lne few black -- ockadmg arms supplies to sjan natk 'tisl Moslem mililias critical Kissinger Syria s growing influence in Kissinger met Sunday ebanon L ** · . . - . . , . ON SECURITY Chatilla's- call canie as Mos m Parliament Speaker Kamel ssaad arrived in Damascus lo .WASHINGTON ( (AP) -- CIA Director :George- Bush ; made.'a lasl-minule appeal tpdny to the Senate.-: intelligence i corrimillce lo .willih'old idisclosure^ ofrCIA budget figures. Bush declined to say whether he was .successful. , ' ' He testified at. a i closed ses fiion hours before the com mittee planned lo make public its report on CIA'o\.rstast operations. The committee has voted 8-3 to'release Ihe' budget figure After testifying Bush told n e w s m e n that his position re Drained 'that we ought not to make budget figures public ' The" agency 'contends t h a t dis closure of the budget would la'rm national'security. Bush's predecessor William E Colby, denied last month a commonly used figure of $75[ million 'as the. agency's 'anual budget: ' Askcd'aboul other disclosures sian nationalists to agree lo see Nairobi with President Jomo i K e n j a l l a of Kenya before fly ing lo Dar es Salaatn. B4CK THE CAUSE Tanzania's 'foreign - minister that' might be - in the mitlee's report, Bush com s-nd scuss security j a r r a n g e m e n l s J b r a h i m Kaduma, warned Kis ne Lebanon's 99-mah singer .thai Vwhere freedom nt to elect a successor can be obtained o n l y , through Christian President Suleiman violence, we. have, to and must supiwrl lhal cause "To do otherwise is lo helray ranjieh Assaad said the plec on will take place May 4 if ccurily allows, · Moslems, mm a 60 majority in Lebanon le government, which has j seen dominated by. th'e Chris- lans since World war The Moslems are d( h-at Franjieh step aside for anther Christian president ; who vill carry out a Syrian.plan for a 50-50 division of power be- ween ' t h e " Moslems and Chris- ians. Since* Lebanon became ndependent after World War II, the Christians have domi iated the,political a'nd econonv c life of the country. Kamal Jumblatt, the leader of Ihe leftist: Moslem forces, old reporters that. Franjieh's delay in signing the constitutional amendment had cost 1,000 lives and VI hope his res ignation will not. cost: another 1,000 lives." ' Jumblalt claimed his Moslem Forces and Eheir Palestinian al lies control more than 80 per cent o[ Lebanon and are setting up local administrative offices. ' Leaders of the right w i n g Phalange parly, (he largest group in the coalition of Christian forces opposing Ihe Moslems, are also setting up a government in Christian areas north.of Beirut. . i . . ... -. th/i cause lor peace," Kissinger replied lhat essential we deal with each oth "° l h y ltlreats and Pressures (CONTINUED OV TACK ' There are things we will no be happy with. ' "They (committee members don't want a\C!A;slamp. of.'op proval on their*'report! ant" they're not going to get it," hi added. :VBRY CAREFULLY , Bush''said he would read, th report ; "v e r y carefully' · bi would :: not respond point-by point Uxwhat it says. "Lc'L" this'committee i "exp its w i l l and let us simpb g ·about r our business," he said. ·Uly Gen Ed w ard H Le 1 it is also met with Ihe committee i what one source said was a attempt to alter Ihe. panel recommendations- lhal call fo f the North Atlantic Treaty Organization for the firsl tim« ince the military revolution wo years-ago. 9Z PER CENT \ With about 92 per cent of Sunday's \ot,°s tallied, the Socialists had 3aO? per cent of the \ote compared to 379 per cent ip the election for the con ^ sliluent assembly last year centrist Popular Democrats vpre in second place with 24 04 per cent compared to 26 4 per cent t Hsl year, ..and th« Communists hid 14 54 per cent, up slightly from 12 5 per cent The only big gainers were ths conservatives of the - Social Democratic Center. They h a d 15 83 per cent of the votes, double their showing last year, and -nosed ' ahead'.of'the Communists to take third place. M,,,, M ,. a n » u .. c Thls , consenalije gam was ermit domestic wiretaps'only \I ewed 1 s a barklash against i cases mvoh ing cnminbt con [he confused and ineffectual uct f are e\pecfed to be made eft si provisional go\ernmcnts ublic later this week as part t n a t 5 a ^f held °""* since the f a separate committee report «n«-d forces o;rrlhrew the n domestic intelligence opcr a1azar Caetano dictatorship wo years ago r iff » n e w restrictions on elec onic surveillance; T h o s e 1 recommendation 1 hich this' source' said wout Lions: Bush's appearance is as ar anged m response to a letter resident f o r d sent to Sen 'rank Churrb, D Idaho, last cck urging that the in elhgence budget b« f k e p t se ret: LITTLE-CHANCE However; -·committee / members said ' there was httle ha nee Bush would succeed in lersuadmg the panel to reverse is -vole. Sen Walter Iluddleston, D Cj , chairman of the subcom mittce which prepared the for eign intelligence report, said Sunda lhat adminislra'ion^offi cials already have presentee he argumenls against dis closing the budget figure bu' they have not been per suasive." Sen. Howard II.-. Baker, R Tenn., one, of:three Republican: the committee lo v o t against 'releasing · , the budge figure, said "I Ihink it unhkel Ihe vote w lit be turnei around " The figure which the com mittee has \oted to release in eludes he fiscal vear 197 budgets for the CfA the De fense Intelligence Agency, Hi National Security Agency an satellite. .' reconnaisance , pn grams. ^^ Ihe rest of tne \otes \ver« catteied among 10 splinter arties Final results v-ere expected late today Francisco sa Carnciro, heafl f the Popular Democrats, and uogo Freitas do Amaral, presi- e n r d f ' t h ' e Social Democratic 'enter, called on the Socialists 5 jjom th^m in a coalition oares rejected the center right ffer. and. he-also said; an- al- lance with the Communists las out of the question But ircssure was building Jp within iis own party to come to terms with lh£ two other major antt- Communist parties. Scares predicted before the election - t h a t : the Socialists would get at least 42 per cent of the vote He said if thfy .ould not go\ ern alone, they would lead the,opposition. COALITION DIFFICULT Observers said it w ould bo difficult to put a coali'ion gov 1 ernmenl logether because of billerness generated by the e 1 e c t i b n .campajgn, 'ducinK which at^ toast Eive p e r s o n£ were killed. We have to be very,careful because ;if we Jet'-Ihe 5ilualion delenorale flymg polilica\ spires might still incile a c»\U war." President Francisco .d* Costa Gomes warned. In Racially-Troubled Eudora Grand Jury Probe Sought EUDORA, Ark. (AP) -- -A resident of this racially trou Med said southeast Arkansas town Sunday 'night petitions were feeing circulated calling -y invcshgation board, police for a grand oMhe local scl jur: :hoc deparlment'and.city council. "We want" to find out why they have done nothing to protect the students. 1 ' satd-Dillon Marlar, a pipe fitter who has three children' in Ihe Eiidora public schools. r The group plans lo «i\e the petitions Lo an attorney'today, Marlar said, Marlar has a daughter who is n senior, 1 , but,she, along with 105 classmates. Apparently wi] nol be allendinx graduation ceremonies. ; . . . The town's \ypre. ordered public closed schools Friday niglil,by'the. school-board after fights broke but between black and,white, students, Martar, .who is white,,-said the .petitions'.\yould be s e n t . t o the prosecuting attorney. He saki .petitions-were 'being circulated . by. -both blacks ,and whites, t 'Our kids have been denied a graduation and that doesn't smt the peopl e a round here,'' he said. "They'll ii?ct Lheir diplo mas through the' mail. That's not righL That's..-Lite passing out a birthday card." Marlar said!a meeting of !o : cal residents probably \vonld be. held Tuesday] or Wednesday to disSuss the situation. Meanwhile. . the regularlyl w h a t I'm Ujmg to do/ scheduled, m o n t h l y - m e e t i n g of| She said that alter everybody the local NAACP was not held ' " ' Sunday because .there,were not Sunday enough people according to attendance Morchous* chairman,of the NAACP's.edu- cation mccling. ' F\en i f , there had been has had limp to relax and think about the school situation Eor a few days possibly a workable solution could be found, .Violence at the school apparently grew from an ice cream, parlor argument 10 days enough : to, have a meeting, ill "We really. don't know yet would 1 nave" been the' regular montlj meeting and the school situation would not h a v e been discussed." she said She said the reason few people showd .up probably was because", there were, various church programs going on Sunday. "I think it'was church affiliations." sho said. But she also said that "everybody is trying lo relax. That's what happened," .!says. Supt, David East. "All we . know is that it was a v^ry deplprabla situation." East said' the board decided lo close .the .schools '.'after exhausting --every other- possibility ' We feel it Is In the host Interest not only of ,our school system but our community as a (CONTINUED ON . **Qf

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