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47-HUal Ettato-For Sal* 47-Â«Â«al A aunroom for summer and a fireplace for winter. Also, has 3 appliances, Patio. Sits on U acres. Haakell Helfhta. Come let excited. Ken TUUnan. 121-W7S. Owner Anxious To Sell Mew brick home. 3 bdr., 2 bath. Â·eparate dining, heat and air. IjARGE ROOMS. Strawberry Hill oukk -- Call Kitherine filer. 5214303. Six Bedrooms! It's a biÂ». older home. Two- ttory. 2 balhs. excellent condition new carpet, recently painted. Shelter your large family for only (23.500. Call Ken Tillman. 521-W7Â». You'll Love The Neighborhood Quiet, wide street, conveniently located. 3 bdr.. recently painted, new carpet, range dishwasher, rc- Â· frijcerator. Large lot with trees. Sprincdale, Ron Pyeatl. 521-6979. a family CLOSE-IN Loorcje -Cory 3 bdr.; home need* to love. Screened porch, fireplace, you'll feel at home the minute you turn on to the street. Asbell Â· School. Katherine riser. 531-1303. FayeHeville's Finest Lovely brick/redwood. 4 large bdr.: 2 baths/dressing room: fabulous built-in kitchen, comer fireplace, beam ceiling. Lots of granite and marble., S; Â· Â· .artale. Spectacular mountain top lew. Katherine Flser. 521-4303. t nice 2 bedroom home downtown Springdale nice location, walk to own. See us for detail*. RICK DUPLEX SC-993 bedroom each side -- also garaÂ£e, entral air condition, real nice, good location. Price 127,500.00. HIGH CHAPARRAL iUB DIVISION SC-992 L lovely new home featuring 3 arge bedrooms 2 baths, larze fam- ly room with fireplace beautiful kitchen and dining room, fully carpeted except kitchen and utility room. Shown by appointment. LEASANT VALLEY ESTATES SC-988 SC-952 DAV I S 1617 N. College Office 521-8660 Bryc* Davis 4 How About This One Brand new, 3 BIG bdrms, 2 Bath fcmily room, net-place, and all the tilings you want in a new home Also Butterfielri School. All this for only W2.50Q, James Freeman 521-7088 Phyllis Freeman 521-7088 Jo Dodson 7,i I -7537 Randall Webb 521-5Q88 FREEMAN REAL ESTATE \617 N. College 521-6300 Nn. 80?. Ship Shape Â«e Saleable Beautiful ranch style brick home 3 bedroom. 2 bath, livlngroom. fam tlyroom with fireplace, large dou ble garage, sliding glass doors tc wooden dct-Jc patio; central heat air. Large 100x190 lot In Oak Mano Add. J-RT BUYINO OR U YOU WANT REALTY Fred Merton Jack Rugc GÂ«DÂ« Ha mm 839-26W 751-783. U3-X3 Salr- [47-bal htato-for Sate- |47HUal h*rtÂ»-TW SoU Croat ComnMfcial location :res between riyttttville and nj-dale. All utll available. Â«x- ellent location for warehouses. amen Freeman SM-70M FREEMAN REAL ESTATE KALTCXt 161? N. College 521-6300 SC-955 TB *W. tVLCt imff.M. BROILER FARM 3ff acre* modern T room home, 3 broiler houses, bam. Ihsp. good wall ponds. FayetteviUa Schools. NICE 3 ROOM COTTAGc on good level tot. city utilities. walking distant* of U ol A, W.500. HORSE HEAVEN Nice 2 BR home on T level acres, yard chain link fenced, t stall barn, corral, loading chute, pond, good shade fc grass, close in. SUBURBAN DREAM HOUSE Custom built BR brick, located on level acre, double garage, 2 full baths, fully carpeted, urge living- room 8e family room, all built-ina you need. CH CA. Call for appointment. FAYETTEVILLE REAL ESTATE Office 442-7W1 JZ47 N. Collet* HOUSE FOR SALE Owner Leaving 1 Bedroom ranch style Mi baths 1 block from Woodland Jr. mÂ«h, backyard ptttto and garden plot. Â· friendly negnborbood on a qiuct street, conveniently located f o r shopping. J22.7M Shown by owner -- CaQ 521-4771) A very at tract tve home, bedrooms, 2 baths family 2 la rge Oner Verwen Thelma Cnlweu Barbara McCleurter Jerry Watson 442-M15 442-T102 W7-S3W 7S1-M22 , with fireplace, beautiful kitchen, nice carpets. Price $28,500.00. NEW IMMEDIATE 'OS5ESSION SC-942 \ extra nice 3 bedroom brick home, b e a u t i f u l kitchen fully car- pteed, 2 baths centra] air, double jiarage. Price 526.500.00. BT OWNER: On Beaver IJike, S bedroom home mostly pawled and carpeted Also sange with work cabinets and paneled. HXSOO. 75W70S. COUNTRY LIVING FA-250 Beautiful brick home on 3',' 2 acres of land 10 minutes drive from Springdale. all the conveniences of the city, yet out in the country. Price 538,000.00. BLOCK FROM SHOPPING ENTER SC-944 Here is a rice retirement home, 3 large bedrooms, a beautiful kitchen with huilt-irxs, large living room, 2 baths, nice carpets, drapes rods, curtains goes with tale, large lot with trees ihrub*. Price $26,000.00. BEACON REALTY CO. Across from AQ Chicken House-- Hwy. 71 North Springdale, Arkansas Office Ph. 751-7473 Earl Sherry Brad Wright Gary Jech BROKER "Bob" McMillan 751-2959 361-26Â«3 731-2196 751-9788 BY OWNER I Â·Ir/httt. Back raid, eoamleot a stssxla. Throughout The Nation Northwert Artumat TIMES, Tuev, Jim* 4, 1974 rAvrrravtu.1, AÂ«IUU**A* Primary Elections Underway LOVELY ALL BRICK HOME FT OWNER. BuUerfJett, 4 brtroon*, rtlk-ta clowt. 2 btuu. ttmj[ nrpttf. llvinfroorn, dining area, putfed family- room/fireplace, utility room, puttrv. 4lsb- Â» shtr/setl-ckaninx oven, central *lr, wneled double garage, tenced-ln yard, lovely trees, MS grill, bukeUwtl orart 8% low equity Join cu ' 143.000. FboM 531-O90. HOTEL Retirement tixxxne [ram two apartments and IweJve rooms In uttaLl town. $35,000 'Uh low down paTnent lo party capable ol improving properly. Fhoce 32147K. To Place, Cancel or Correct Your ClaÂ»ifi*d Ad for Tomorrow'j Paper CALL BEFORE 4:00 P.M. TODAY 442-6242 Ask For Gasified B\~ Owner -- 150 ft. Ironlage lot wlUi my beautiful trees snd a breathtankins' :w, located on Apptebury Drive. Plwoe 756Sir; after 5:00 p.rtl. 0,000. LOOKING For A Home? Then Coll BARRETT-FINCHER No. 582 -- W Anxe. l.Â«00' of Deault- f u t year round creek frontage. Excellent building Ettcs, very food soil, large trees, and a pom! .Owner will trade or **U with good BY OWNER 3 bedroom, I 1 /: baths, cedar ranch house with over 1,400 sq. ft. in Butter-field School District. Low 20'$. Phone 4425087. WOMAN'S WORLD v A Convenient Sewing and hopping Guide for Today'* Gal on the Go. ACRES. H-niyr, chicken home, H acres, houe, bams, 8 miles wed ol Sprinjtdale, 248-7779. Buy the SO. for (26,700. 3 pond*, spring, creek. 20 acres open grass Ian d. Mobile home hook-up. 1-3 down. As nearly a gift included are Z broiler houses, one insulated; plus all aquipment. Can you beat the value? Newl in Realty Company 833-2522 or 839-325* West Fork. Ark. 596 Enjoy breezy days in lightweight, fringed cape. Take cover by day or nigh Jn lacy mesh cape with solic yoke, nip-up colliir. Crochet o synthetic sport yarn with a big hook. Pattern 5%: Misses' Size 8-20 included. 75 CENTS each pattern -- Â·dd 25 cents each pattern fo first-class mail and spccia handling. Send to Lauri Wheeler Northwest Arkansa: Times, 450 Nccdiecraft Dept. Box 161, Old Chelsea Station New York. N.Y. 10011. P r i n Pattern Number, Name. Ad dress, Zip. New! 1974 Needle craft Catalog covers the crca tree scene -- knit, crochet, fash ions, embroidery, quilts, more 75 cents. NEW! Sew plus Knit Book ha basic tissue pattern ..$1.25 NEW! Needlepoint Book ..$1.CC NEW! Flower Crochet ..$1.00 Hairpin Crochet Book ..$1.00 Instant Crochet Book ..Jl.M Instant Money Book ..$1.00 Instant Macrame Book ..$1.09 Complete Gift Book ..$1.00 Complete Afghans No. 14 . $1.00 12 Prize Afghans No. 12 . .$1.00 Book of. 16 Quilts No. 1 ... cent* Mmedm Quilt Book No. S .. cents 13 Quilts for Today No. J .. cents Book of It Jiffy Rugs SO cents No. 603 -- 35 Acres, about 20 acres open and in very good pasture. Lots of large trees and several nice building sites. Pasture land is level and the balance is rolling. Large spring flows nn property. Just off black top East of Springdale. No. 609 -- 40 Acres of rolling land. About IS acres open and the balance in large tree*. Good wekl and several older buildings. About 10 miles West of dprlngdale. No. A3 -- SI Acres excellent pasture. Good fencing small storage Ahed, drilled well large 2 acre pond with beautiful trees dotting the building site. West Fork area just off highway. No. 6t5 -- 8 Acres, seven open. Large 3 bedroom home. Central heat, electric appliances and buiit- ins. Familyroom. utility room, washer, dryer nook up, good drilled 'well. West Fork area -- real nice. No. 611 -- 80 Acres on Beaver Lake witb lake frontage. Large Native stone and cedar borne. Has ^ bedrooms, 2 baths, large living room with native stone fireplace central heat and air, double garage. Also, a small 3 room fishing cottage. No. S20 -- 44 Acres. 30 open pasture. 14 timber, fenced, 2 ponds, and well. Owner financed at T 1 /; 1 .terest. Check witb IK, on th property. IP vou-iv miviHa o* sunjjNa YOU WANT REALTY S21-55.1S AN UNUSUAL HOME With 5 bedrooms, 4!'a baths, formal living and dining rooms, paneled den w/fi replace, light kitchen with dbl oven and Kl tchenaide d w, breakfast area and utility room. Lots of closet* and storage, beautiful marble floored entry with staircase to upper itory. So many nice feature* you will need 1 to inspect for youtMlf . PLUS 3.5 ACRES of privacy. WALK TO SCHOOL 4 bdrm. 3 bath brick and frame near. Root. Large beamed ceiling den. with FP, large deck overlooking private wooded back yard lots of closets a nd sto rage, carpets, A/C and drapes. Below replacement. TO SETTLE ESTATE 2 story frame on appro*. IJS acres corner of Lafayette and Mission. 4 bdrma. dining, 2 baths, kitchen. . elevator, living, Good condition. Can sÂ«U off 2 building lots or enjoy the privacy. LOOK AT THIS For just Â¥31,500. 3 bdrrn and den. 2 bath brick in NE area. cen. heat and air, drapes, 2 car garage, fully equipped kitchen. Listed by Julie Eaves, TWENTY-FIVE ACRES Just minutes from downtown. City water and gu, nice view, less than J 1,500 per - acre. Nice for one or By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The primary election for nominees seeking to replace Ronald Reagan as governor and a stem campaign reform measure focused election attention today on California, one of eight states holding primaries. In the featured contest on the longest ballot in California his tory. IS Democrats and six Re publicans sought their party nominations to succeed Reagan, the GOP governor who has dominated California politics the past eight years. Reagan is not seeking re-election. Other primaries are being held in Alabama. Iowa, Mississippi, Montana, New Jersey, New Mexico and Souh Dako. In California, opinion polls say the front-runner for the GOP nomination is state Controller Houston I. Flournoy, 44, an Ivy League-educated political scientist and former college professor. Lt. Gov. Ed Rcinecke also is seeking the nomination despite perjury indictments brought against him by Watergate pros ecutors. Reinecke. once favorec for the GOP nomination, was indicted for testimony regard ing International Telephone and Telegraph. Leading Democratic cand date is Secretary of State Ed mund G. Brown Jr.. 36, son o the former governor defeatei by Reagan in 1966. Also on the ballot is Proposi tion 9. a 22,000-word long meas ure put before the voters by pe tition and sponsored by Com mon Cause as a model for na tional reform controlling cam paign fund-raising, spending and lobbyists' activities. In other states: Â· ALABAMA -- Gov. George C Wallace is remaining neutral ir a run-off election for lieutenan governor, where Lt. Gov Jere Beasley faces millionaire busi nessman Charles Woods IOWA -- Harold E. Hughes i vacating his seat in the US Senate. U.S. Rep. John C. Cul vcr is unopposed for the Demo cratic nomination for Hughes seat while a state senator and state representative are seek ing the GOP nomination. Re publican Gov. Robert D. Ray i unopposed in his party. Thre -Democrats seek nomination t oppose him in November RACES AT STAKE MISSISSIPPI - Nomination for three congressional scat and numerous local offices ar at slake today. The congres sional campaigns drew little in terest and were overshadowe 1385 N. College Julie Eaves Jan Henson Wtlma Coollck Loris Sta-nton 521-6509 521.70*7 M2-S7U Fred Merton Jack Ruge Gene Hamra S39-2666 751-7835 3400 SO. FT. L U X U R Y This new 4 bedroom home h a s every modern convenience for effortless family ILvinjt entertaining. Extras include a game room, family room with ([replace, office and large screened porch. A REAL HOME Owners have gone out of their way to make thEs home lovely 1o look at and desirable lo live In. Landscaped. 3 bedroom CH and A. 1'j baths partial carpet.n?, 1 car garage has work area and storage. Home is 3 years old and is on large level lot. Price 12!,500. NORTH CENTRAL Cozy, 2 Br, plus home in good area neat and clean, stove and refrigerator included, floor furnace heat carport, lot 55x176' w i t h trcea. ilantinRs and garden area. Ideal .or small family or retirement coupie, Price 113.900. SELECT AREA Lot in exclusive lection. High w i t h a panoramic view of the country' . Shade trees, paved Â«trÂ«Â«t ia city. *WW. FAUCETTE REALTORS U02 N. Col)cÂ«. OUic. 443-S3SI and we*JcendÂ« call: BY OWNER LOT WITH BEAUTIFUL VIEW. FACING EAST ON EAST RIDGEWAY. $12,000. PHONE 521-5158. in some areas by the judicia races. MONTANA -- The state's tw congressmen are unoppose within their, parties but ther are primaries to elect opponents for the general election. NEW JERSEY -- The pi mary campaigns to pick majo party candidates for 15 con gressional scats attracted a Owner anxious to sell. Drive down take a look and make an offer on thl* Â· bedroom home, all remodeled liuide, carpeted, new cablneta, double oven. Located on 1 acre. NEWLIN REALTY CO. 839-2S22 or 839-2259 West Fork. Arkaneaa LONG, SLIMMING CURVES are climaxed by scalloped detail :hat echoes the shape of the collar. Sew pantsuit or dress in neat, new knits. Printed Pattern 4570: H a l f Sizes I O W , I 2 K . 1414, Ifi'/j, It'A. Size Wh (bust 37) takes 2',i yards 60-inch fabric. Send Jl.fjfl for each pattern. Add 25 cents for each patlern for first class mail and special handling. Send lo Anne Adams Northwest Arkansas Times. 438 Pattern Dept., 2Â« West 17th St., New York, N. Y. 10011. Print NAME, ADDRESS, ZIP, SIZE AND STYLE NUMBER. DOUB- le bonus! choose one patlem free in New SPRING-SUMMER Pattern Catalog. Get one Iree pattern printed inside. 100 beautiful fashions, all sizes. Send 75 cents now. New! Sew plus Knit Book- has basic tissue pattern . $1.25 Instant Sewing Book ..fl.OO Instant Fashion Book ..(1.00 Bobby Jo Halhrook Christine Btondeau G. C. Faucette 9ylv[a Dan forth Cathy Boyd RM. 521-2004 Re*. 442-2277 Home Loans FHA-VA CONVENTIONAL Call C. R. BATES 521-3325 14.63 acres. 5 miles oat of Spcir*4tk on Hwy. 6* East All fenced flat taod, Un spring fed pond, Call 751-7562 *fl*r 5 P n Woman Sentenced In Embezzlement LITTLE ROCK (AP) -Judge J. Smith Henley of U. District Court here sentence Beverly Elder. 21. of Lake Cit Monday to 90 nights in jail an 21 months on probation for em bezzling $2,491.50 from th Bank of Northeast Arkansas Mrs. Elder was a forme clerk in the bank's bookkeepin department. Winnie Maxine Spikes of M netle, Mrs. Elder's sister, wa sentenced May 8 to two yea on probation by Judge Ore Harris for embezzling HI.380.' from the Lake City Branch i Ihe Citizens Bank of Jonesbor where she had been a teller. John Henry of Harrisbur the attorney who represented both women, said Monday Mrs. Elder's hearing that th two incidents were not relatci He said (he sisters did n know that they were cor milting the same offenses i about the same time. However, Henley said he ha some serious doubts abo whether the incidents were u related. usually large field of candi- tes but stirred little voter in- Â·est. No incumbent seeking nomination anticipated seri- us problems. NEW MEXICO -- Four Re- Â·ublicans and six Democrats are seeking nominations for the governorship being vacated by Democrat Bruce King, who cannot succeed himself. SOUTH DAKOTA -- The gubernatorial primary pits Gov. Richard Kneip against his for- (1 mer running male, U. Gov. William Dougherty. Three Republicans are seeking to run against Sen. George McGovern. who is unopposed. One is Leo Thorsness, a former Vietnam prisoner of war. States Said More Responsive To Citizens SEATTLE (AP) - A leading dvocate of political reform ld the nation's governors to- ay that amidst the Watergate candals "the states have been ar more responsive than Con- ress to the citizen's concern ir a housecleaning in politics," John peech W. Gardner said prepa red f o r dis- ussion of governmental ethics at the National Governors' Conference that governors "have provided state leadership at a time when leadership has been totally absent at the national level." Gardner, president of the self-styled citizens' lobby, Common Cause, said that in the last IS months at least 40 states have passed political reform Magruder Says Nixon May Have Approved Write-In Campaign WASHINGTON (AP) -- Jeb tuart Magruder says he was old that President Nixon ap- roved at least one campaign irty trick i n ' 1972--a phony xite-in campaign for Sen. Ed- r ard M. Kennedy in the New lampshire Democratic primary. Magruder, who goes to prison oday for his part in the Watergate scandal, recounts the in- ident in his book, "An Amerian Life--One Man's Road to Watergate," scheduled for pub- ication June 26. Most of the first-person ac count retraces with some new detail the Watergate events .pelled out in his dramatic Sen ite testimony last summer, but Magruder discloses a few now ncidenls. He said the write-in was conceived by former special presi dential counsel Charles W. Colon "to create confusion among he Democrats" and "sow ill will between Kennedy and Sen. Edmund S.) Muskie," who was considered the frontrunner in the Democratic presidential race. Magruder, who was deputy director of President Nixon's re-election campaign, said he pposed the multi-thousand-dol- ar plan because "it seemec ike a large outlay for a dubious result." "Then, one day in February. I was in the White House anc encountered Colson just outside ,he President's office," Magr uder wrote. '"We've got to gef ihat mailing going.' he told me 'I've just come from talking to the President, and he thinks it's crucial." Magruder said White Housi chief of staff H.R. Haldcman "told me that what Colson saic was true, the President did want the pro-Kennedy mailing in New Hampshire-'' The mailing seeking Kenned) write-in votes did go out bu netted fewer than 1,000 votes Magruder termed it "a wasti of time and money." The Senate Watergate com miltee investigated the inciden last year but apparently wa. unable to trace the mailing ti its source. Magruder implicated forme Atty. Gen. John N. Mitchell i tho decision approving th break-in and bugging of Demo cratic headquarters in the Wa tergate complex and recountec 4-Hers Tour Pastures Some 100 4-H club mcmbei in Washington County partic paled in a pasture tour today. The tour departed thl morning from the Washingto County Fairgrounds in char lered buses and the first stc was at the University of Arkan sas Experimental Farm. From there the 4-Hers wen to the Steele Community, planned to have lunch at th Gene Russell farm near Ston Point. The last stop on the tour wa the Bob Mills farm. Legal Notice NOTICE TUB PROBAT5 COURT OF WA5EITNGTON COUNTY. ARKANSAS IN THK MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF T 0 M M I E BEATRICE PROCTOR, deceased NÂ«. P7J90 l-ast known Â«ddreÂ»4 of (fecettvat: TO Carlson, Sprincdile. Aritansa*. Date of death: April 17, 1974. The , . Al gncd was appointed *d- Prison Attacked For Lobotomy Performed On Blind Inmate Home and Acreage 3 Br. home with l^i acres I block N. of 62 Drive In. only *12,500. FREEMAN REAL ESTATE KAIKM 1617 N. College 521-6300 nlntslralor of the estate named decedent on Ih* 2tal day of May. 1571. All persons having claims against Ihe cÂ£tale mtnl exhibit (hem, duly Mrifted, to the undersigned within sit months rrom the data of lhÂ« first puWlcallon of this notfcr. or Ihcy shall be forever barred anrt precluded (mm any benefit In Che estate. This notlca firit published day of May, 197(. David J. nurlenon (Administrator) P.O. Boi 307. Fajelterlll*. Arkansas CARSON CITY. Nev. AP) Prison officials are fielding protests over the lobotomy ordered for an' inmate who spent more han seven years Â»nd went blind BY OWNER 2-5 bedroom, brie*, with central hcaf, 2?x2ft separate woriuhop- caraRe. 1 acre comer lot with ',3 In fenced pasture. In Fayettevllle city limits, good nel(hlxrs. Â£24.000. Phone U3-SS35. Sown and a*iumÂ« loan. 8 moattl oM, 1 MnÂ»m. trick, 1'i oalta, nxtnl Heat, carpet, attached rftrart, conmtart IB artiool mi Hon. PMte SÂ»ai?Â». ana. VJ*i atdimiM. csct* Ifrfefnoa, AktlcnMm, kit- L 0Â» am* M. HUB. Stmion Set LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- A prehearing conference for par- tics involved in Arkansas Power t Light Co.'s application to build a coal-fired power plant near Redtield will he held June 10. The conference Is designed to work out an orderly procedure for a formal hearing scheduled to begin June 17 befor* the state Public Serrlc* Commission. in isolation before years his re- behind ease after 33 bars. But Warden Ed Pogue of the Nevada Stale Prison said Monday the treatment given Eugene Austin, now in a convalescent home, is no longer in use, as many of the objectors believe. Pogue said one person wrote "What kind of animal are you?" Then the warden added, "We had been concerned about Austin, too. We had been trying for a couple of years to get him released." Austin, 51, was sentenced fo life in prison in 1941 at age 18 for killing a woman during a shooting spree. Records show he was con stantly involved in fights with both inmates ami prison guards and underwent a prefrontal lobotomy in 1953 In an effort to control his violence. Prison olfi cials said the lurgery was com pleted with Austin'! acquies- By the time he was releasei May 28. Austin had spent mor time in the state prison lha any other inmate. More tha seven years of that time was a darkened isolation cell. A u s t i n ' s blindness w nought on by the tirrie spent 'soiation and by injuries su 'ercd in prison brawls, officia lave said. "He was rough. He was th strongest man I have ev seen," said Art Bernard, th warden when surgeons pe formed the lobotomy that le Austin subdued and docile. Asked whether he had an reservations about the medic decision lo give Austin a lobol my, Bernard replied. "None all. It was done in his best i teresls." Pnguc said he has reccivi about eight letter* and 10 phon calls from "people expressin concern as to why Austin w here so long and why he had prefrontal lobotomy... . He said it was u n f o r t u n a t h a t Austin received a lobot my, "but that was the state thing* at the time. Mental ho pitals and prisons were usi them. This was an acceptab thing at the time it occurred. e careful p 1 a n s to cover up gh-level involvement in the ortive scheme. He wrote that shortly after c June 17, 1972 break-in, he ayed tennis with then-Vice resident Spiro T. Agnew, who ked: "Jeb, what the hell is ing on?" '"U was our operation/ I id. 'It got screwed up. We're Â·ying to take care of it,'" agruder said he replied. "Ag- ;w frowned and looked away. I don't think we ought to dis- iss it again, in that case.'" South Vietnam Recaptures Outpost, Village SAIGON. South Vietnam AP) -- South Vietnamese in- ntrymcn today recaptured ter four days of hard fighting n outpost and a village 25 iles north of Saigon and de- royed five North Vietnamese nks, the South Vietnamese lilitary command announced. The command said 30 govern- lent troops were killed and 105 ounded in the battle to retake outpost and village of An ien. A count of North Viet- amese casualies was not vailable. but a military xkesman said field command- reported their forces in- icted heavy losses on the forth Vietnamese force of bout 800 men. More than 1,000 South Viet- amese troops backed by tanks aunched an offensive last Sat- rday to regain An Dien and wo other outposts to the west f Ben Cat which the North 'ietnamese captured on M a y The North Vietnamese appar- ntly are still holding the, two ther positions. Outpost 82 and h Bap. and it was not nown whether the government orce was pushing on to the vest in an attempt to retake hem. The government also reporl- d 82 North Vietnamese and /let Cong and 11 government roops killed and 20 government men wounded in fighting in the Mekong Delta along the Cam- xjdian border. In Cambodia, Khmer Rouge rockets hit Phnom Penh this morning, killing four persons and wounding 18. All but two of he casualties occurred at movie house bit by one of the missiles. measures, while on the federal level "the executive branch has been totally unresponsive and the Congress equally so." He urged all states lo enact measures providing for campaign financing reform and broader disclosure by public officials and lobbyists, the central points in a Common Cause- backed resolution sponsored here by Govs. William G. Milliken. R-Mich., and Patrick J, Lucey, D-Wis. PRIMARY TASK Milliken. in remarks prepared for the same discussion, said "one of the- primary tasks facing all of us in public lifÂ» today is lo assure that there is an ethical compass not only for the nation-- hut also for every slate." Luccy, moderator of the discussion. said each governor "has a personal stake in restoring the confidence of the American people in our institutions and our system of government." Approved unanimously by the conference's executive committee S u n d a y , the resolution is scheduled for action Wednesday when the conference adopts policy positions for the coming year. The governors also will consider recommendations calling for an end to year-round Daylight Saving Time, congressional action next year to make the revenue-sharing program permanent and stepped-up federal efforts against inflation, including "wage and price controls as appropriate." Though the ethics proposal is the closest the governors are likely to come to tackling the problems related to Watergate, the scandal afflicting the Nixon administration and its impact on government has been an underlying theme at conference sessions. At a panel discussion Monday, Rep. John Brademas. D- Ind., said "it will be essential" for congressional Democrats to ill the void caused by a breakdown in White House leadership. Brademas' prediction that the November elections will produce a veto-proof Congress drew statements of alarm from House GOP leaders. Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, D- rtass., said in another discussion he sees "a new sense of enthusiasm" for passing national health insurance legislation, but Gov. Ronald Reagan, K"al.. agreed with Dr. Russell M. Roth, president of ths American Medical Association, who declared "lhere-is no current enthusiasm in Congress" for a major health insurance program. Young Democrats Endorse Clinton The executive committee of he Arkansas Young Democrats announced Monday that it had voted to endorse Bill Clinton of Fayetteyille for Ihe Democratic nomination for Congress, Greg Brown, president, said, 'Although the Young Democrats have nt)t. traditionally, endorsed candidates in the primaries and runoffs, we feel t h a t his race is of such importance .hat we should lake an active District is the the Con- only . state held by a part. The Third ;ressional seat major position which is not Democrat." "Bill Clinton offers the leadership necessary to properly represent the people of the Third District; he offers the independ ence necessary to help return Ihe control of governmental powers to its proper place, t h e Congress; and he has shown in his campaigning a sincere concern for the problems which confront the people he wants to represent." Brown also slated, "In addition, we believe that Bill Clinton can defeat the November." incumbent in Art Showing Set The Ferdinand Roten Galleries, Incorporated, will have a on* - day s h o w i n g from their travelling print collection for exhibition and for sale in the Arts Center Gallery at the University of Arkansas June 17 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. ACORN Claims Control Of Pulaski County LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Arkansas Community Organization for Reform Now (ACORN) said Monday that it wants suggestions on what changes the people want mads in Pulaski County government. ACORN, a 4-year-old reform group, announced that it had won almost half of Ihe county egislative positions. The group said t h a t 195 out of the 467 posi- ions on the Quorum Court verc won by ACORN members in the May 28 primaries. The court, which rules annually on the county's $6.5 mil- ion budget and other matters, is composed of justices of tho peace elected for two-year terms. A court majority is 234 members, but a smaller number could control it the court is not fully attended, which it usually isn't. Bill Whipple of Little Rock, an ACORN executive board member and one of the unopposed winners, told newsmen that ACORN memoes had decided on their candidacies at a meeting prior (o the election. However. Wade Ralhke of Little Rock, coordinator of the ACORN Political Action Committee, denied that the group nad tried lo move surreptiously into power. Whipple said he doubted ACORN memoes would vote as a bloc on Ihe Quorum Court. Bui he said their similar interests might result in similar vote patterns. Mrs. gallery . . Martha Sutherland. coordinator, said the , showing is an annual event and it draws collectors and buyers from a large area in Northwest Arkansas. He charged that Pulask; County has been under "one- man rule," apparently a reference to the county judge. B. Frank Mackey. Asked to cite specific complaints against th* county government. Whipple said. "We just felt like somebody ought to walch how your money was spent, and we hope you feel tho samÂ« way."