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April 24, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 22

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Road Paving Discussed Land Lease Approved Bvfarimjdale Council SPIUNGDAI.E - Tho City: Cnuncll, In a brief mooting Tuesday nlfllit, mlnplcd a resolution to lease proporly nl 'the clly's old water treatment plant to Dick and Margie Lester for 10 years. · The resolution dealt with the property still deeded In the .city's inline, explained Alder. m n n Charles McKinncy. The -Lestcrs will also lease land that is deeded in tlie water ami 1 sewer commission's name, for a combined total of nboul 50 acre. McKinncy explained tliat the water and sewer commission wanted more land to increase the capacity at the city's wastewater treatment plant. So the city purchased 40.35 acres immediately south of the presently-operating plant from Lester and Bill Harper. Since only 13 acres is needed for Initial expansion of the Rebels Trap Force Near Phnom Penh PHNOM PENH, Cambodia (AP) -- Khmer Rouge attacks were intensifying against the government force of about 2,50C men trapped at Longvek, 25 miles north of Pbnom Penh Cambodian army sources reported. The sources said the garri son's ammunition was running out and the situation was criti cal. "If supplies do not come soon, the garrison is going to fall." said a wounded survivor in Phnom Penh. American and Cambodian planes were dropping supplies to the camp, and governmen he'icopters were evacuating the wounded under the fire of the insurgents. But officials have said there is no way to rescue the hulk of the force from the Khmer Rouge, who control the territory for 10 miles or more on all sides of Longvek. About 1,500 of Hie men es caped to Longvek last Sundaj ..from the beachhead two mile away on the Tonle Sap rive which the government estab lished in a futile attempt to re capture Oudong. the 17th centu ry capital of the Khmer em · pire. In Washington , sources sai the Nixon administration wil ask Congress to aulhorze mor than $2.34 bllion in militarj and economic aid to Indochin in the fiscal year beginning July 1. They said the program will include an estimated SI 6 billion for Vietnam, $551 million for Cambodia and $143 million for Laos. In Saigon, the South Vietnam esc government devalued th piaster for the fifth time thi year, reducing its official valu from 605 to G20 to the dollai I h e move was an attempt t bolster the downward spiral ir the economy, wh'ich is sufferinf from a C5 per cent rate of ir flalipn and a vast and growin deficit in the balance of trade. Bumpers Urges Adoption Of Revenue Plan LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Gov Dale Bumpers suggested Tues day in a speech that the federa government might profit front its own version of Arkansa Revenue Stabilization Act. Since the Arkansas Co: stitution prohibits the spendii; of more money than is take in, the 'Revenue Stabilizatio Act was adopted in 1944. It requires budgeting by pr ority categories which are fun ded monthly according to th level of revenue collection. A federal version "migh have to be a little more com p'.cx than that," Bumpers salt "but I don't see any reaso why the federal governmen doesn't adopt a very simil thing." The governor, who is scekin the Democratic nomination fo the U.S. Senate, made the r marks in a speech at the On vcrsity of Arkansas--Lilt Rock, He said the greatest appro hensiveness among the nation people now has resulted fron Congress not moving to 'fi the void that was left when th President became crippled. "An institution only rcache its highest f u l f i l l m e n t when th pocple in it are single mini edly, devotedly, dedicated! trying to make it function will in the highest spirit of " being," fiumpcrs said. The governor said that u n l someone in the nation "make nn honest effort to rekind your spirit, your faitli, not j... In the Congress hut in th whole political system, noil Ing's going fo happen." The- most pressing issue is i f l n t l n n , ho said, adding that hns caused cynicism to sprca from college campuses I "such pervasive proporlioi that over.v working man, cvei businessman, has bccoin cynlcnl." Horsing Around CHICAGO (AP) - When th Chicago Police Dcpartmcn asked elementary school pupl to name the f i r s t 10 horses 1 the department's new mounte patrol, they expected some hnr- «lnj! around. They got It. One youngster suggested "Strcnker -- so Hint the- pollcc- mnn can ride Imrcbnck." catmcnt plant, the land wll ) leased back to the I.esters r n, period of 10 years. In 0 Icnso agreement, the city tains the right to end the ase with a 00 day notice to e I.estcra if the city suddenly ceds the land. The Fosters will be leasing c unused balance of the land nth of the treatment plant-- hich is in the water and sewer immlssion's n a m e -- a n d the ml at the old water and sewer catment plant in Benton ounty -- which is in the city's ame. T h e r e s o l u t i o n w a s nnnimously adopted. PAVING DISCUSSED Councilman Joe Robinson sked other aldermen to condor paving a one mile section " Old Wire Road in city limits, obinsoa said that since Hwy, 1 wil! be under heavy con- ruction for at least a year, c (eels Old Wire Road should o fixed into "a kind of vpass." Mayor Park Phillips told the ouncil that the state highway epartment had plans to make Id Wire Road part of its ystem this year. Phillips said e has been trying to contact 10 state department to find out this is still true and when will happen. Phillips pointed out that eavy rains would probably rash out the city's paving ef- orts. He noted that the ·eekend's rains washed out the oad presently there. Al inilnago tiles there were also vaulted out. Tho street department Is working this week to cut ditches .0 carry nil nwnler along the ond. 13ut, Phillips said, a n o t h e r 'aln like till!) past weekend's and that work wll 1 also ho washed out. He estimated the basic cost of paving the one mile stretch on Old Wire Road at "no less .bun $10,000." Robinson said he .nought that was a "cheap" srico and wanted to begin plans :or paving Immediately. Phillip said he would see what could be done but added that even. If the road were paved at an an approximate cost of $10,000, "a two inch rain would wash it out too." In other discussion, Phillips told the council that the papers for the swimming pool repairs were signed and the contract awarded to the Bucbanan-Winn Construction Company, as the council had voted to do. at a special meeting last week. Phillips said about $750 has been deducted off the company's base bid of $24,665.49 for work which the city felt it could do itself or was too expensive to have tiie company do. For instance, Phillips said the company was going to charge $200 to clean up the pool before it began making repairs this week. Instead Phillips ant: street superintendent, Eldor. Maxey, got out and cleaned the pool themselves this pasl weekend. Murder Suspecf Was Treated For Behavior LANSING, Mich. (AP) - A Michigan correction o f f i c i a l says u prison escapee churned wltli murder In a three-day eo of violence was [bought to Imve successfully completed ii program designed to reverse ils antisocial behavior. Perry Johnson, who heads Jie stale Department of Corrcc- Jons, said Joseph Mollnare, 20, one of two men charged, was In a prog rum to change the behavior of "hard core" criminals. Johnson said Mollnare left Ihe program last month after treatment appeared successful, and was placed in the minimum security Marquette prison farm. Molinare and Gordon Stock- enauer, 2G, were charged Mon day with the murder of Troy policeman Martin Chivas, 23 They also havu ncun named in warrants In connection with the Saturday killing of Charlcne Beaudin, 34, of Marquelte Mich., in Oshkosh, Wis., who police say was abducted am shot when she tried to flc, In addition, police in Frank in. Wis.. say warrants will he sought charging the pair will robbery and first-degree inur der in connection with th death of a gas station attend ant. The two walked away from the farm Saturday. Northwail Aikantot TIMES, Wed., April 24, 1974 * rAYITTIVILI.E, ARKANSAS 23 Another Glimpse Of SLA Suspects Symhionesc Liberation Army suspect Camilla Hall, pruning shears in hand, was photographed in September, 1973, when she participated in a demonstration while xvorlcing as groundskccper (or (lie East Bay Regions! Park District in Oakland. She is one of a number of suspected SLA mem- bers sought by the B'BI for robbery of an San Francisco Bank in which kidnaped Patricia Hearst was a participant- A photograph expert said yesterday (hat Miss Hearst did not participate willingly in (he robbery. (AP Wirepholo) WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY OPEN DAILY 9-10; SUN. CLOSED ANGEL FACE* MAKEUP 4 Days Only ANGEL FACE LIQUID 4 Days Only COVER GIRL® MASCARA 4 Days Only JERGENS LOTION TAME® CREME RINSE 20 Oz. 97' 15 Oz. 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