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May 31, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

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Disengagement Treaty Hain't Affected Fighting Men Yet M (N*Mte Set Mikar Mas Frm CirW AtiiM '. ISRAELI FRONT. Occupied Syria (AP) -- The plan to bring peace to the Golan Heights wa» ready (or signing, but (or a grimy-laced Israeli gunner loading s h e l l s into a 175mm howitzer, it was business as psual. r "Peace hasn't broken out yet. It's the same here today as it's been for weeks," he said. ' Israeli and Syrian forces were pounding each cither with tank and artillery shells Thursday, the day after: both sides agreement,' M. Amerl agreed to . Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger's disengagement pact. "- Israeli soldiers. Arabs in Israeli-occupied Syrian villages and Jewish settlers on the Heights waited in.hope that peace would come after M consecutive days of shooting, but in fear that it wouldn't : "When we heard the news of the agreement, it produced a tew feeling that maybe the last flays of fighting will come joon," said artillery Sgt. Haim ·pross. '· But Gross said the news had no effect on his orders. His bat- lery of hulking, smoke-blackened 175mm howitzers blasted Syrian positions all day after incoming shells hit the Israelis in the southern Golan and atop strategic Ht. Hermon. ; VILLAGERS OVERJOYED · In the Arab village of Harfa. occupied on the 12th day of the October war by Israeli forces pushing toward Damascus, villagers were overjoyed with the news they would be returned to Syrian rule. ; "We will welcome the Syrian soldiers like our own family," 'said the village mukhtar -headman -- Salman Yusef At- Vnat. "Soon we will be Syrians 'again." : The tiny hilltop village of jnud huts and crushed stone 3aths has been caught between parking Israeli and Syrian hat- jteriei since toe October cease- ire. Five villagers have died torn Syrian shells. In the Jewish Golan tettte- ment of Eln Zlvan, Israeli frontiersmen brooded in their shelters «s Syrian aheBs churned their fields. "I'm against the , said Hoche Segal, M. Amerl- c a n-born immigrant from Philadelphia. He~2unJ his Ru? sian-made carbine over his shoulder and shrugfed: "Kis- dnger's doing a fine Job for fee United States, but he^'tmik- mg Israel any more secure. The Syrians have yet to say they really want peace with us The disengagement is only the first step toward big troubles NEW. YORK (AP) -- Oil Nopuiy officials warn that Americans could again be pay- ng high price* (or scarce fuel ( nations controlling most of he world's oil exports decide to ncreas* oil taxes. A plan now «eder considera- n by the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) will raise prices at the gasoline pump if it is adopted, according a major oil company official. The' executive also said the United States could .again ex perience supply problems since the higher taxes could .eliminate marginal oil operators The oil firm officials were responding to statements made by OPEC Secretary - General Abderrahraan Khene in Vienna The organization is a carte that controls (0 per cent o Global oil exports. Khene said the Western oil, companies had made profits M only SO cents per barrel of crude until recent months. Spurred by the energy crisis, heir per-barrel profits jumped o $4 and more, he said.. Khene said he thinks the member* of the OPEC have already agreed to increase their 5COMII SPRINGDALE -- About 100 pounds of nails, 200 boards of lumber, and 50 feet of buried wire were stolen from · house construction site on San Miguel Street Wednesday night. The items belonged to Sandy Boone's construction company. Police found fresh tire tracks at the site and concluded small truck was used to haul away the items. oil taxes, but he felt they would expect the oil companies to absorb the added cost without Increases to'consumers. Bryan Knight, a spokesman for British Petroleum, said he understood the tax plan would result in gasoline price increases of two to three cents a gallon. Since a year ago, gasoline prices 'have gone up about 20 cents a gallon. Manager Dies CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Phi! Bowser, general manager of the Southern Southern League's defunct Charlotte Hornets baseball club for 32 years, die while hospitalized from a heart attack at the age of 63. Asks For Red River httdwg UTTLE ROCK (AP) - The state Soil and Water Conservation Commission voted Thursday to join the Red River mmission in asking the legis- ·ture to appropriate about S million to · pay the nonfederal costs oT «tablliizng the banks of the Red River. Bank stabilization is the first phase of a two-p«rt program to make the Red River navigable from the Louisiana boundary to in unspecified point in Ar kansas. McKay Signs CHICAGO -- Bob McKay starting offnsjve tackle for the Cleveland Browns of the N» tional Football League, signed with the Chicago Fire of the World Football League for 1975 TtMB, MaWy, M*y 31, 1*74 · Today In History By The Aswlaiat} Press Today is Friday. Hay 11. the 151st day of 1974. There are 214 days left in the year. Today's highlight in history: On this date in 1910. the Union of South Africa was found ed. On this date: In 1740, Frederick William I of Prussia died and was succeeded by Frederick II known as Frederick the Great. In 1793. the Reign of Terror began in the French Revolution. In 1J89, mare than 2,000 lives were lost in a flood at Johnstown. Pa. In UK, British and German fleets (ought in the Battle of Jutland off Denmark, . which was the o n 1 y minor engagement between the two fleets in World War I. In 1943, in World War n. the French naval squadron at Alexandria. Egypt, joined the Allies. In 1957. the United States said it was willing to negotiate on the question of limiting nuclear tests. ' In 1962. former Nazi Adolf Eichmann was executed in Israel after his capture in Argentina and subsequent trial. i Local Fires Cause I Only Minor Damage - Fayetteville f i r e m e n an- jswered time alarms Thursday ind early today -- one a false Z, Fire CHef Charles McWhor- ;ter said Ttnjrsday. Firemen ar- yived to find the alarm bad *een tripped acddentalry. - At 3:25 p,m, Thursday fire- teen were called to a salvage .yard on Hwy. 71 near the airport. McWhorter said several junk cars and discarded tires jvere on fire. - At 4:28 a.m. today firemen Jwere called to a burning tele- . "phone pole on Hwy. 62 west i»ar the FulhrlgM mfll. Mr-i 3Vhorter said the blaze, apparently caused by lightening ,was small and was extinguished Jy a heavy downpour of rain. Would Not UM Dogs : WASHINGTON (AP) -- Rep. :Les Aspin announced today he ^has introduced a bill to pro- Jtiibit the military from using dogs In any experiments involv-, 'ing chemical and biological ^weapons. - ' '. The Wisconsin Democrat said readier this week he had been ;led to believe the Army was go- ·ing to stop using beagles in the ·tests but then learned it is try- -ing to get another 450 for tests Jbeginning in June. . :Ugal Notfca*-- NOTICE Tin Bank of Btiii. Elklm. Artauu. -Mn made formal appllcattoc wttt tM ··Federal Deposit Insurance Cotporetlon Ja move It* main office presently located ·on Highway IS In tin CHy at HUn... Arkansas. within He corporate limits ·«f Uw City of Fayetteville. Arfcaoui, t 1000 TKXIiM Rltll Drlv.. Slid wd|c«- cn WM *M on HJT » UH- nr pmon wljfcloc to onnincnt on tali ptkatM may nia bis commanu In ·Wrttlni with tHa Rwlonal Director «t $» Fedm! Deposit Insurance Corpora- ·lion at ita Rcffonal Offk« at Suite 1010, l;iS UadtaRi Axone, KanvMa, Tnraa- J«103. If any PCTSOD oaalras to pro- « tte Banlhil ot IWj appllcaUjn. has U» rittt to do ao If t» fllei "wrttta, nottcV of bis Intapt with tin iRactaal Dlraeur wtOln U dm otthe ·dawaf IMa pobBcaUoil. Tl.t«oiicooftlen- ;tlal portion o««br.ppilca«tonta on tile ^n tha Raaioaal Office aa part of tha _ nia la avalKMe for public raaolar bostaea bonrs. T«iBnre mm JW time t» **etft tke ffct g* ymr let ** ** *·««·» FnncM Spatz JJtftrten « toS«n. Ted ton loMowM( VMI of Mt Ml «ar boM offer g4ric*. hMor ·nd Hb tDbML vecy You, and more than 12,600 of your neighbors with passbook savings and Certificates of Deposit, will be paid $885/555 in interest tomorrow/ June l! As the years have grown better we have grown bigger, until the $30,519,619.48 you have on deposit is larger than our total assets were in the early years of our growth. These savings dollars show a new dimension of responsibility you feel to your family arid your community . . . and a great sense of confidence in us. FDIC oc*Mnw~^~\»rimrrioiasdN^ fviEi^Hias^wEST^FORK

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