Lubbock Avalanche-Journal from Lubbock, Texas on April 6, 1975 · Page 2
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Lubbock, Texas
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Sunday, April 6, 1975
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2-A—-LUBBOCK AVALANCHfe-JOUkiSAL—bunday Morning, April 6, I9VS Housing Tract Tangled In Red Tape FRIENDLY HILLS, Colo. (AP) — For the residents of Friendly Hills, a suburban housing development, life is a bureaucratic nightmare. No local government will claim them. The area west of Denver, once sparsely populated and mostly ra/ichland, has been caught up in a maze of jurisdictional boundaries by encroaching urbanization. "We don't really care whether you put us in Denver or Jefferson County," sairf Barb Baglo, one of the few dozen homeowners who live Ln the area. "Put us in Iowa if you have to just so someone responds lo our calls." NO MAN'S LAND—A unpaved dirt, strip separates the two sections of this housing development .southwest'of Denver. An annexation rouri fiqhl has left, the area split between local governments of Denver and Jefferson County with part of the area claimed by neither government. Residents say with no one Claiming them, it is a bureaucratic nightmare lo find I he rich I government for purchasing car license plates to finding a policeman. IAP Wirepliotoi Rabin Says Red Cross Seeking Bomb-Free Zones By United Press InleniBlinnaJ The international Red Cross is trying to arrange an agreement with Israel, Syria, and fcgypt to declare populated areas bomb-and missile-free zones in I he event of a new .Middle L'ast war, Israeli Prime .Minister Yitzhak Rabin said in a television interview Saturday. He said in a NBC interview taped for broadcast at 11 p.m. COT that. Israel has already given tentative approval to the idea. "Let's leave the populated areas out of the. damage of war." Rabin said. "If they (the Arabs) decide to hit our populated area.s they'll have to suffer ten times if not more." In a second NBC interview. Egyptian P r e s i d ent Anwar Sadat said (hat if a new war broke out his missiles would strike "in the depth of Israel" if reconstructed cities along the Suez Canal were attacked. He said, however, he would not order attacks on the Israeli cities first. In Beirut, Palestinian guerril- i la leader Yasser Arafat ac• cused the U n i t ed States ! Saturday of faking peace j negotiations while arming and pushing Israel into a fifth Middle East war. ' : He said in a press conference I in Beirut he was sure Secretary iof State Henry A. Kissinger would return to the Middle East ! "with new plans that do not serve the Arab cause." "The United States is seeking Mo make up for its losses in Indochina and other parts of the world by pushing Israel to launch a new attack against the Arabs," he said. He promised to escalate Arab guerrilla attacks this year. ]n Cairo, however, Egyptian momentum toward peace negotiations continued. Government sources said Egyptian President Anwar Sadat has (received a message from Soviet Communist party General Secretary .Leonid I. Brezhnev dealing with the latest turn of events in the Middle East. i While its exact contents were 'not known, diplomatic sources I said its main subject was | Egypt's request for resumption of the Geneva Arab-Israeli peace conference following last month's failure of Secretary of i State Henry A. Kissinger's mediation effort for a second i Egyptian - Israeli disengagement agreement. Judy Freeman said she spent from 8 a.m. to 4:40 p.m. trying to get b'cense plates for her car. "I started in Jefferson Coun- I'm so sorry, you're in Denver'." From there it was 15 miles to Denver, where Mrs. Freeman said she was told she lived in t.v," a county adjacent to Den-!Jefferson County. ver. "I waited in a long line! Still tagless, Mrs. Freeman and when I got to the counter, I telephoned the zoning board, told her my address. The girl told me: 'I can't give you plates, you're not in Jefferson County'." Mrs. Freeman was was told that she lives in Arapahoc County, another adjacent county. In Arapahoe County, the clerk told her she lived in Jefferson County. "I said, 'Don't hand me that. I just came from there.' So she which concluded that she indeed dirt live in Denver, Mrs. Freeman recalls the clerk's answer, "You know you're right; made a call and said, 'Go! ver. you're in Denver . . . Take a number and wait'." The controversy began two years ago when Denver annexed the area of Jefferson County leaving the Friendly Hills development half in Jefferson County and half in Denback.' So I went back. I got the same girl in Jefferson County. 'Don't tell me I'm not in Jeffer- Ison County! 1 So she checked California Prof To Speak At Teclli a - nd came'hack and sairt","'6h~ While the legal problems continue, Jefferson County and Denver have worked put a compromise "for both police depart- some two-dozen in the disputes fire district is serving the ai'ea on ah interim basis. For the homeowners area of 1,800 home sites, other problems are not as easily solved* One section of a street remains unpaved. That section of Quincy Avenue is the boundary for Denver and Jefferson County and neither will main- lain it. Both Denver and Jefferson County officials said it's up to the state Supreme Court, where an annexation case is pending, to decide what the boundaries are and neither can make permanent arrangements until that is completed, "It's just up in the air and we do what we can for them until the courts decide who should have' the area," said a Jefferson County Sheriff's De- 1>. B. S, Sclnveigerl, chairman of Food -Science and Technology at the University of California, Davis, will discuss major food issues of concern to the consumer in an interview on Texas Tech University's educational TV station, channel 5, at 10:30 p.m. Tuesday. He also will talk about food issues of concern to the Food Science and Nutrition Board of the National Academy of Sciences. Schweigerl, who also is adjunct professor in Texas Tech's department of fopo\ and nutrition, College of Home Eonom- ics, wilt be introduced by Dr. Mits'uko Inanojjfo-the department of food and nutrition, .arid [interviewed by two food and nu- •trition majors at Texas Tech. 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