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May 21, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

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Weather Forecast Warm weather should continue In (he East (hrough t h e night and near normal temperatures are expected for Ihe ·Pacific Cnasl. The north-cen- t r a l stales should be colder. Scattered showers are expected from the north Pacific coastal slates to the upper Greal Lakes, (he Midwest, western Gulf and southern Florida- Showers also are pre dieted in north Arkansas anc northeast Oklahoma. (AP Wirep hoto) Property Owners To Oppose Illinois Reclassiiication Property owners along thcj Illinois River have banded together lo fight the Northwest Arkansas Regional Planning Commission ( N W A R P C ) . application lo rcclassify (lie rtvor. The Commission is asking the Environmental P r o t e c t i o n Agency to lower !y one step the river's dissolved oxygen leve| from six parts oxygen per million water io five parts per million in order lo build .two waste water treatment plants. The two regional plants, to be construe ted in accord with the 1972 Water Pollution Control Act, would discharge e f f l u e n t not meeting the six parts icr million r e q u i r e m e n t pro.senllj set for the Illinois River. According to the Commission's w a t c r quality management plan, the two plants would he built at SHoam Springs and near Savoy, discharging their e f f l u e n t into the Illinois River. The plan was adopted by commissioners after an April public hearing. OPPOSITION At the hearing, the audience was composed largely properly owners who live downstream from the proposcc plant sites and oppose tin recla.ssification, "dcgradatioi and pollution" of I tic Illmoii River. Oklahoma officials alsi opposed the reclassification am have pledged their support t property owners in fighting it. Officials co mile red that Hi change in classification fron small month bass fishery t w a r m water fishery would no greatly affect the river' a q u a t i c life. Pointing out lha (he river's preset) t dissolve oxygen content is less than Ui six parts per millions, officia noted that the discharged e fluent from the I wo plan 1 would actually be p u r e cnou; to improve the river. DISAGREEMENT Citizens down the river fror the proposed plant sites nc.i Savoy and Siloam Springs di agreed and with the assislnnc of Siloani Springs attorney Job ,e Illinois River Property wners of Arkansas. The Board of Directors for ,e non-profit corporation in- ude Shirlenc Clark, J a m e s ascy, Ted Powers, A. Lewis awdy, Ron Johnson, Olio eyl, and G. V. Swopes. About 100 persons attended .1 s t week's incorporat meeting at, Robinson which was d by Mrs. Clark. According 0 board member Johnson, the roup wants to get all the facts bout the NWARPC plan "out 1 the open and take a close X)k at it from all angles." HE WEATHER Elsewhere H i L o P r c O U k bany bu'que marillo ichorage sheville :lanla rmingham smarck oise oslon rownsville uffalo larleston larlotte ' hicago incinnati leveland enver es Moines uluth airbanks orl Worth rcen Bay elena Honolulu Houston nd'apolis acks'ville uneau Kansas Cily as Vegas .ittlc Rock Los Angeles .ouisville larquette lemphis 65 69 39 85 50 59 45 72 60 83 68 89 70 79 40 63 34 58 48 89 69 68 48 ' 71 66 68 63 77 64 82 62 68 53 n 39 87 70 67 49 6» 43 86 68 71 56 41 36 86 73 78 70 84 67 86 64 61 M 85 70 75 50 89 70 76 59 85 Printers Said Near Settlement With Newspapers COLORADO SPRINGS. Colo. (AP) -- A spokesman for the 67 57 72 78 risoner Who Once iscaped, Back On Trusty Status James Marion Sanders. 46, of ialslon, Okla.. is again working n trusty status at the VVashing- n County jail. But Sanders, who Sheriff Bill ong describes as a "m od e 1 irisoner," is not working out- .ide the jail area. Sanders is serving a combi- lation of sentences for negligent homicide in connection vtth the death of three mem- hcis of Ihe James Ballenger 'arnily in September of 1972. While imprisoned on one of he sentences, Sanders was released on pass from Ihe Washington County jail anrt was mplly arrested in Springdalc driving while intoxicated. Hopes High For Agreement By Israel, Syria JERUSALEM (AP) -- Hop remain high for a quick agre ment to separate the warrii Syrian and Israeli forces on t Golan Heights, despite repor that some "extremely com plex" details were stiil to worked out. Aides lo Secretary of Sta Henry A. Kissinger said he was planning daily shuttles between the two countries at least, until Friday and added that whether a pact is signed or not, Kissinger is returning lo Washington next weekend. United Stales officials said lhat for all practical purposes Kissinger had succeeded in working oul a disengagement line, but State Department spokesman Robert Anderson totd newsmen, "There isn't a line yet." Anderson commented Monday night after a two-hour meeting in Jerusalem between ·Cissinger and the Israeli negotiating team. "There are some minor sues to be resolved, the other S'ew Orleans Mew York Okla. City )maha )rtando 'tiilad'phia 'hoenix 'ittsbujgh "tland Ore. "tland Me. kiipid City Richmond St. Louis :alt Lake ian Diego San Fran Seattle Spokane Tflmpa Washington ' .. clr .. clr .. clr .. cdy .. criy .. cdy .. cdy .. rn ..sdy .. clr .. rn .. clr . . c d y .. cdy .. clr .. cdy .. cl'r .. cdy .. rn .. cdy .. cdy ,. cdy .. cdy .43 rn .02 cdy .. rn . . c d y .. cdy .. clr .. rn .. clr .. rn .. clr .. rn .. cdy .. rn . c d y International Union said "closer to a Typographical negotiators were settlement" after Nerthwe* ArkenMi TIMES, Tue*., May 21, 1974 Fighting Erupts On Outskirt Of Phnom Penh After Short Lull clr 86 74 1.14 rn 67 53 84 63 86 71 89 11 hours of contract talks with representatives of The New York Times and the New York Daily News. Both sides are expected to send representatives to the bargaining table again Thursday to reach agreement on a new contract. Thursday's session wil be switched to New York City from ITU headquarters here. A. Sandy Bevis, ITU first vice president, said negotiators at Monday's talks made progress but he wouldn't elaborate. The closed-door talks began Monday morning between rep resentatives o f . the Times and the New and New York Typographical Union No. 6. Officials Involved in the negotiations declined comment on the progress. Trie dispute focuses on mation of the back shops of the newspapers and also involves the New York Post. Printers have picketed the Daily News since May 7. when they were ejected from the newspaper's composing room for refusing to handle typo set by cold-type automated machinery. The printers' contract expired March 31. 1973. he PHNOM PENH, Cambodia (AP) -- Fighting enipted on (he outskirts of Phnom Penh today for the first time in two weeks, the Cambodian command reported. The command said Khmer Rouge Insurgents attacked a government outpost at Prek Leap, five miles north of the capital on an island at the confluence of the Mekong and ToYile Sap rivers. The command gave no details of the fighting. On the east bank of the Mekong, a series of attacks was reported around Prek Luong village. Prek Thong, Wat Pun Phnom and Prek Tameak. five to 13 miles northeast of Phnom Penh, the command said. It said government defenders intercepted a Khmer Rouge in- filtration unit in the area anrt pushed back an insurgent night attack. Khmer Rouge forces have moved along t h e eastern Mekong for five months, inflicting substantial losses on government troops In small but bloody clashes. E l s e w h e r e i n Indochina, South Vietnamese forces kept up a major counteroffensivo against a North Vietnamese thrust in the strategic "Iron Triangle" 25 miles north of Saigon. Associated rluynh Minh 67 71 49 83 54 75 52 63 44 66 68 64 77 91 54 71 56 63 64 90 76 .04 .. cdy .. cdy .. clr .. clr .. clr .. clr .. clr .. cdy .. clr .. clr .. rn .15 clr .. clr .. clr .. criy .. clr .. cdy .. clr mated cold-type to replace Ihc radilional setting. Showers Seen For Parts Of Arkansas By The Associated Press major issue in the talks is introduction of the auto- linotypes for type- The Post has not purchased the equipment. The Times has the equipment but is not yet us- ng it. The News has been printing with the cold-type machinery for two weeks. The printers are concerned about job security as the news papers increasingly rely on automation. Riley Says Campaign 'Gaining Momentum' LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- LI. Gov. Bol C. Riley said Monday that his gubernatorial campaign is gaining momentum and that may he the reason former Gov. Orvat E. Faubus is trying to link himself with Riley. Press Trinh reporter reported Precipitation: Scattered showers and thundcrshowers most numerous in the eastern half today and tonight, decreasing Wednesday east and ending conditions: Outside areas today anc west. Drying showers collateral issues disengagement to go into agreement some of them extremely complex." Anderson said. Kissinger later met private!; with Premier Golda Meir. He scheduled further talks with Is raeli leaders today before fly ing back to Damascus for f ninth round of discussions will President H a f a z Assad of Syria Israeli Information Ministe: Shimon Peres told newsmen In hoped agreement could be Elrod have incorporated into struc'lion projects- ilc was Ihon tried on a second worked out by the end of the negligent homicide charge for a lota! of two years to be spent Ihc Washington County jail. About a month a f t e r Sanders was released on the pass, he escaped from the jail while on n work crew. He was recap- l u r e (I in Oklahoma and removed f r o m t r u s t y status at t l i a t lime. Sanders has been in the Jail longer than any other prisoner presently in custody, and has been known as a model prisoner and a good worker on jail con- Vednesday, relative humiditj vill lower below 60 per cent by ate morning reaching min :num values near 50 per cen luring the afternoons and then ising above 60 per cent arount unset. Dewpoints: Mid fiOs to low 70 hraugli Wednesday, but low Theater Safe Burglarized; $245 Stolen A safe in the office of the 62 Drive In Theater on Hwy. 62 west was burglarized sometime Monday morning as theives made off with a total of $245 cash. The safe, located in the thea- cr office just off the concession stand, was not forced open. J. Kent Anglin. manager of the theater, told Fayetteville police he had locked the safe at 12:45 a.m. Monday and discovered the theft at 11:52 a.m., later the same morning. Police said four sections of glass were removed from a louvre-type window on the north side of the concession stand to gain entry to the office. According to police, alter the burglar or burglars gainef entry to the building, they wen' directly to the safe and Ihcn Riley, Faubus and David H. Pryor 'of Little Rock are seeking the Democratic nomination for governor. Faubus has compared himself and Riley as being two World War II combat men fighting to repulse a common from Ben Cat, which is in the center of the fighting, that government warplanes and heavy artillery struck suspected Com- munisl posilions in the village of An Dien, IVi miles southwest of Ben Cat, which was captured by the Nortti Vietnamese on Friday. Military sources said government relief columns had not moved into An Dien because some civilians were believed to be trapped there, although field officers said most of the village's 2.000 population had moved out. The "Iron Triangle" along the Saigon River corridor is a major infiltration route for Communist troops and supplies moving from Cambodia towards the South Vietnamese capital. enemy -- apparently the so- called "kingmakers' 1 who, Faubus has said, are supporting Pryor. Riley said that he did an interview not know what Faubus' reasoning was "unless we seem to be gaining and there would be some advantage to l i n k i n g onto that gain." F a u b u s repeatedly h a s praised Riley while criticizing Pryor. Save The Post Office Group Schedules Meet A group of citizens oF Fayetteville interested in saving the old post office in the center of the square for a city hall have called a meeting at 8 p.m. Wednesday at Central Fire Station. The meeting date was set by a group of about 20 persons last week. They hope to slop the demolition of the post office EAGLE SCOUT David Cordes was awarded the Eagle Rank in Scouting at a court of honor held Monday night by Troop 102 of Central United Methodist Church. The son of Mr. and Mrs- A. Wallace Cordes, David wrote a book on canoeing In Northwest Arkansas for his service project. He attended the 1973 N a t i o n a l Jamboree and will hike w i t h a group at Philmont N a t i o n a l Explorer hasc this s u m m e r . Five Week Series Of Art Classes Offered SPRINGDALE -- The Arts Center of the Ozarks announced today that Shcrna Cockrill will begin a five week series of p a i n t i n g classes beginning Thursday evening. The- classes which will meet from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. on five successive Thursdays will be held in the basement of the Arts Center, 21(1 W. Grove Ave. Mrs. Cockrill also con- and want to attract" a large number or persons to lend ;ring into the 50s northwest on Vednesday. Dew: Scattered light dew this morning will dry by mid forenoon. Little or no dew Wednesday morning due to considerable cloudiness. Soil Tem|K;ratures: Will average in low 80s and upper 70s '.hrough Wednesday. Sunshine: 40 to ,60 per cent of ossible today and 30 to 50 per cent Wednesday. Winds: Southerly eight to 18 Titles an hour today and Wednesday, decreasing to seven to 14 tonight. left, either through the window or through the east door, locking it behind them. The four sections or g l a s s taken from the window have not been located, police said. The money. $85 in rolled change and the remainder in hills, was contained in four h a n k money bags. Anglin said. Police said several fingerprints were obtained from the safe. Vandals Strike Vandals struck at two city owned trucks d u r i n g the lunch iour Monday while the trucks were parked near the intersection of Baker Drive and Elm Street, according to Clayton Powell, street superintendent. Powell told Fayetteville police t h a t the parking brake on one of the trucks had been released causing it to roll backwards over several mail boxes. The other truck was entered and s e v e r a l electrical switches turned on, causing the battery to run down. Powell said the department i doing some paving work at the intersection. support and circulate petitions calling for a meeting of the city directors and housing authority o discuss the possibility of saving the building as use as a city hall. The post office and site was exchanged by General Services Administration to a group of downtown merchants for the duct a painting workshop at the center from June 3 through. June 7 daily fi'om 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. P o r t r a i t u r e will lie taught to students desiring it. Mrs. Cockrill, a highly- regarded artist, has received m a n y honors including Grand Prize in the 1973 Arkansas State Art Festival and First Prize in painting in the 1973 Little Rock Arts Fair Invitational, Further information on both workshops can be obtained by calling the Arts Center (7515441) or Center Director, Geneva Powers (751-3713). land upon whtch the new Federal Building is being constructed. Urban Renewal then purchased it from the downtown merchants. The appraised value of the raw land has been set at $235,400. Officers Installed Installation of officers was conducted at a recent meeting of the Civitan Clitb. Newly elected officers for the 1974-75 year are: Harold . . T o n e s , president; Ralph Pollard, second vice president; Mike Hill, secretary-treasurer and board members, Harold Moore, Gerald Robinson, Joe Slavcns and Larrv Addcrholt. GOLD Top Prices Paid For Old Gold and Jewelry. Underwood's Dickson, FayetlevU! BAIL BONDS The practice of demanding that cash bonds be posted before you can be released from jail has developed a very profilahle business. A professional bail-bondsman charges 10 per cenl of the amount of (he bond lo get you out of jail. He keeps that 10 per cent, no matter whether you, win. lose, or draw. It will be my policy fo release more peiosns "on their own recognizance" t h a i is simply upon their promise to appear in coiirl. Any responsible citizen wilh slcady employment should be given this considerallon. DICK HOYT CANDIDATE FOR SHERIFF WASHINGTON COUNTY Pol. Ad P»id For By Dick Hoyt SEWING CLASSES ENROU. TODAY FABRIC CITY 6 3 /4% 7Vi% We have a savings program and interest rate to meet your needs. Fayetteville Savings Loan Association 201 N. East Avenue CLOSEOUT SALE! The Fresh Idea Company .. . COLLIER DRUG STORES 100 W. Dkkion Acrost from PMt Office Phone 4424262 Highwiy 14 EM! ALL FABRICS IN STOCK ON SALE 50% CLOSEOUT All Patterns Simplicity-Vogue Butterick-McCalls Reg. 75c to $4.00 ALL NOW 4$1 For | 00 OFF Double Knits, Cottons, Linings, Cords -- Choice of Solids and Prints THE GREATEST SAVINGS EVER! PIECE GOODS-STREET FLOOR

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