Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 10, 1974 · Page 22
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July 10, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 22

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Police Force To Be Enlarged -SPRINGDALE -- The city's police force will be upped to 17 patrolmen by summer's epd--just slightly less than the national average for towns of Springdale's population -- Chief of Police Joe Sims said this week. 'With the receipt of a federal Law Enforcement Assistance Administration (LEAA) grant and. local matching funds, $29,000 is being used to hire four additional policemen. Two patrolmen, David Gaunt and Bill Stepp, both of Spring- e i, began .duties July I after attending the Arkansas Law Enforcement Academy in June. Two former radio operators for the police department, Mike Sample and Dennis Legg, both of Springdale, are now attending the Academy in order to start work as patrolmen in August. Dennis Spradlin of Sprirtgdale and Jerry Sample of Springdale have been hired to fill the radio operator positions vacated by Legg and Mike Sample, Jerry's older brother, Sims explained that the LEAA grant must he renewed at the end of one year. The 1 percentage of federal money granted toward the total cost o f , the four new personnel decreases in the second and third years for which it is renewed. This gradually passes on to the municipality the responsibility of financing the new men. About the first of August, the city will have a police force consisting of 17 patrolmen, four sergeants, two lieutenants and one chief, Sims said. Because some of the patrolmen handle duties other than patrol, the city is slightly below the na- tional average of one patrolmen per $1,000 populaton, Sims said. Loses Battle ATHENS (Af) -- Lady Ainalia Fleming, widow of the discoverer of penicillin, has lost a long battle to keep her Greek citizenship. The Supreme. Court on Monday rejected her appeal to retain her citizenship, taken away during the former regime of George Padadopoulos. Language Pro Wem BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) -- Isabel Pcron's presidency is creating problems for inguists. . In Spanish nouns are either masculine, usually ending in o," or feminine, usually end ing in "a." The confusion comes because the word "presi- denle" ends in "c. The government's official usuage is la presidente, but some scholars maintain she should be called la presidenla. They point out she is the first woman president of Argentina and feel this is the lime to set a precedente--or a pvecednla. Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Wed., July 10, 1974 "·' FAVITTtVILLI, AMKANtA* . '**' City Housing Starts Show Small Increase Housing starts for Fayetle- villc in June remained at about he same level as in June of 1973 for one-family residential unils. The monthly statistical report issued by the Building Inspector's office showed that 13 permits for one-family residences were issued last month, compared lo 12 in June, 1973. The report showed that permits for the same number of one-family residences, 61, were issued between January and July of both years. No permils were issued for duplexes or apartments In either June of 1974 or June of 1973. Year to date totals, however, show tliat In the first six months of 1973, permils for four duplexes and 24 apartment houses (totaling 216 units) were issued. None were issued for the same period of 1974, indicating a slowing trend in constructin of such housing. Average construction cost Of single family homes, based on figures for the first six months of each year, show that the costs have risen about $6,MH per home to an average cost of $27,856. '·'!· In addition, no permits were issued in Jwie of 1974 for commercial or industrial construction. Only one permit for construction of a commercial building was issued in June of 1973. The TIMES li On Top of The Newt !ili Seven Dayi a Weak DHUXE FOLD-AWAY FURNITURE NOW AT YOUR SAFEWAY! Every' family should have folding furniture. For fun. For entertain ing. For extra seating. 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