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M Â· Norriiweirt Arkormtt TUMiS, Wed., April 14, 1974 rAVlTTIVILLI. ARKANSAS Cuban Chair Still Empty As OAS Meets ATLANTA. Ga. (AP) - Several delegates to the Organ izatlon of American States are continuing efforts to lift diplo . malic and economic sanctions imposed on Cuba. "My government continues with great interest the search for formulas for renegotiation of Cuba in the American system," Venezuelan delegate Efrain Schacht Aristcguieta said Monday. Foreign Minister Gonzalo J. Facio of Costa Rica charged earlier that a United Sales-led minority bloc is assuming "quasi veto" powers in Ihe OAS. Under the OAS rules, a two- thirds majority is needed to overrule the sanctions against Cuba. In the secretary general's speech to the Fourth OAS General Assembly, which signaled the start of OAS debate, Galo Plaza did not mention Cuba and that nation's status in the OAS. Plaza told the delegates that Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger's talks with Latin American foreign ministers "bring to an end the crisis in relations between the United States and Latin America." U.S. BLAMED Plaza, a former president of Ecuador, said if there are flaws in the inter-American system, they are primarily flaws in the relations between the United States and the other members of the organization. He said the necessary dialogue has been Initiated so that these shortcomings can be examined objectively. Plaza proposed inter-American cooperation for development, citing trade, markets for export at fair prices, support for economic integration, agricultural development and food production. The secretary general also suggested that the Inter-American Economic and Social Council and the Inter-American Council for Education, Science and Culture be assigned the task of doing the necessary technical work tt reach the goals set by the foreign ministers. Plaza said that perhaps the assembly's key task is to find a way to use the OAS machinery to transform the results of the talks with Kissinger "into positive, tangible actions." Kissinger, when he addressed the OAS meeting Saturday, did not mention Cuba. However, in reply to a newsman's question Sunday, he said the United States has no intention of restoring diplomatic ties with Cuba and he did not expect this to be a major topic among OAS delegates this week. Cuba remains an OAS member but the regime of Fidel Castro is under suspension. Cuba has a nameplate in the assembly here, but the chair remains empty. Late Tax Refunds Expected Again LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- An estimated 150,000 Arkansana may not get their state income tax refunds until after July 1 because all of the $17.5 million appropriated for them has been exhausted, an official of the Department of. Finance and Administration said Tuesday. As of April 19, only $399,ODD of the appropriation remained, and each daily list of persons to whom refunds are due totals about $150,000, Walter Skelton, assistant director for revenues of the Finance and Administration Department said. The $399,000, with what already has been transferred to the general fund to provide money for income tax refunds, means that Arkansas has enough money left to write refund checks for about two weeks, Skelton said. The income tax refund money will be about $4 million short of meeting needs. If Gov. Dale Bumpers calls a special session before July 1, the legislature could approprate the sum. If not. the state will have to wait until the new fiscal year starts July 1 when it can dip into fiscal 1975's appropriation for income lax refunds. Bumpers has mentioned the refund shortfall but has said he did not consider it alone to be sufficient to call a special session. Richard R. Heath, director of the Finance and Administation Department, said the processing of income tax returns has not stopped. He said the returns will be process to the point that the only steps remaining to be taken come July 1 are writing the checks and mailing them. The deadline for filing state income tax returns is May 15. Heath said that by law the state has 90 days or until Aug. 15 to pay all refunds. Cycle Rodeo Set SALLISAW -- The second annual Sallisaw Chamber of Commerce Motorcycle Rodeo will be held at the rodeo arena Saturday. The rodeo begins at 8 p.m. and will feature four different events. Events Included are shoe or boot race, stick race, barrel race and a balloon race. All motorcycles will he divided into three classes, according to cycle size. Trophies will be awarded 10 the top three entries in each event. PRICE CONTROLS END... VALUES CONTINUE! Kraft MIRACLE WHIP Salad Dressing 32 Ox. 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SAFEWAY LEMONADE FROZEN 100% Pure From Florida Scotch Treat Brand Concentrated Orange Juice Why Pay More? 1.09 EGG BEATERS Cream PiesÂ± Hawaiian Punch Green Peas Bola Nerrtiwett ArlcantM TIMM, Wed., April 24, 1974 Â· II ITAVITT1VILUI, AHKAN4AI iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiinmniNitiiBi Livestock Report Estimated receipts were MM licjici of cattlo at the Saturday Auction ill the Washington County Snlcsbarn. Prices on slaughter cows were up fl to $1 according lo Ihe Livestock. Market News service. There was no report from the " Springdale auction this wÂ«Â»k. ' FAYKTTEVILLB CATTLE: Estimated receipts . 001) head. Compared to last week's sale, slaughter cows $1. to $3. higher. Slaughter bulls about steady. Feeder steeri steady to strong. Choice feeder heifers sl ly. Supply largely Good and Choice 250-600 lb- steers and heifers with about ' 20 per cent cows and 1 per cent slaughter bulls. SLAUGHTER COWS: Commercial $31. to $33.50. Utility 534. to $35.25. Cutter $30. to $34. ' Canners $24. to $30. Â· SLAUGHTER BULLS: Few. sales yield grade 1-2 1000-1400 ~ Ibs. $38.50-$40.25. FEEDER STEERS: Choice 200-300 Ibs. $54. to $57.50; 400500 Ibs. $45. to $50.50; several choice 500-650 Ibs. $41. to $45. High good early maturing steers and bulls 250-350 Ihs $45. to $50., 350-450 Ibs. $40.50 to $45.50, few low choice bulls 550-' 650 Ibs. $39,50 to $41.25. Good 250-300 Ibs. $40. to $45.. 300-408 Ibs. $38,25 to $42.50 400-500 Ibs. $38. to 40., 500-8 Ibs. $35. to $38. _ - . ' FEEDER HBIPERSt Few sales choice 200-300 Ibs. $45.50 to $51., 300-400 Ibs. $42.50 to $45.50, 400-500 Ibs. $37.80 to 142.50, several good, some thin fleshed and early maturing heifers 300-400 Ibs. $40. to $42.50, 400-500 Ibs. $37. to $41.50. REPLACEMENT C 0 W 8 i Choice 2-4 year old 550-700 Ibs. cows 34.50 to $37.50. Good snrj choice 5 years old and older 700-1000 Ibs. cows $31. to $34. C9\V AND CALF PAIRS:' Choice 2-7 year old cows with 75-150 lb. calves at side $390. to $435. per pair. Good and choice over 7 years old with calves $310. to $375. per pair. HOGS: Estimiated receipts 460. Compared to last week's sale: Barrows and gilts .25 lower. Sows steady. Boars steady. Feeder pigs steady to strong. ' BARROWS AND GILTS: US 1-3 200-240 Ibs. $31.75 to $32., mostly $32. few 250-280 lbÂ». $29.25 to 30.25SOWS: US 1-8 300-550 Ibs. $26.50 to 28. BOARS: over 300 Ibs. $22. to. 23. FEEDER PIGS! US 1-2 SO-49 Ibs. $21. to 23.; 50-Â«0 Ibs. $30.09 to 34.50, US 2-8 20-40 Ibs. $17. to 21,| 40-60 lbs $25. to 39. ' Recreation Sites Open To Public All recreation areas in the Ozark-St. Francis National Forest are now open for use. This announcement was mads Thursday by Bob Strosnider, Recreation Staff Officer at Russellviile. In order to properly manage the recreation resource and to allow the sites to recover after heavy use many of the areas were closed during the low-use winter months. A few were kept open year long including Mount Magazine, Cove Lake, Long Pool, Rotary Ann, Horsenead, Beaver Point, Storm Creek Lake, Shores Lake, Matney, Barkshed, Gunner Poor and Blanchard Springs. Except for the cave touri at Blanchard Springs Caverns, no charges will be made for 1159 of any of the recreation areas. However, a bill is being considered by Congress which may establish a fee system for use of some of the more improved areas. Rental cabins are available at the Lake Wcdington Recreation Area and on White Rock Mountain, on a reservation basis. Blanchard Springs Caverns are open year-long and reservations may be made for the Dripstone Trail Tour. Tour tickets are $2.00 for adults and SI.Of) for children 6 through 12. Younger children are admitted free with an adult. Music Department lo Present Recital The Woodwind Chamber Music Recital, to be given in the Arts Center Concert Hall at 8 p.m. Thursday night is a presentation of the University of Arkansas Department of Music. The recital will feature B a r o q n c ami Renaissance music played on reproductions of original instruments which include recorders of various sixes. Baroque oboe, Baroque bassoon, harpsichord and cello. Rccitalists include Roger Widcler. William Gant and Stephen Gates, all of the music faculty; student r e c o r d e r players I.arry [Inmhnrlin of I-'ort Smith. Greg Hollcy of Fort Smith, and Mark Widdcr of Kiiyctteville; and a modern woodwind (iiiinlct with Kllen Hicks, flutist from Menu, Dcnisc Olcr. ohoist and Mark Wallace, clarinetist, h o t h of Tiilsn, Okla.. Kric Mason of J.OS AliiiKclcs, Calif., who plays English horn, and Dcricc Gohcts- h p r K c r ' of Sapulpa. OldÂ«., bassoonist. The concert to fret and op*n to Ihc public.