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Brookings Sludy Recommends U.S. Revamp European Forces WASHINGTON (AP) -- U.S. military forces arc poorly positioned in Europe to turn back the most likely avenue of a Soviet attack, according to a B r o o k i n g s Institution staff study. The research organization said Sunday that U.S. ground forces should be revamped to counter the possibility of a short, intense war in which Russia would commit massive forces aimed at swift conquest ot Western Europe. mini! [minimi! iiraiiiiiraiBiiiMiniiBiiiiimiiiiii iniiiiiin THE WEATHER Elsewhere said American now are geared By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Monday Hi Ln Prc Ollk Albany 82 62 cdy Albu'que 95 64 .14 cdy Amarillo 91 66 .04 cdy Anchora'ge 70 52 cdy Asheville 87 61 cdy Atlanta 90 69 ch Birmingham 91 68 cdj Bismarck 79 49 clr Boise 98 68 Boston 80 67 Brownsville 95 74 Buffalo 86 66 Charleston 85 69 .7 Charlotte 80 70 Chicago 89 65 Cincinnati 87 68 Cleveland 89 68 Denver 91 54 Des Moines 93 57 clr Detroit 92 64 " .35 cl Duluth 73 57 cd: Fairbanks . 72 62 H Fort Worth 99.76 cl Green Bay M M r. Helena *92 57 cl Honolulu . 88 74 cd; Houston 98 78 cd; Ind'apolis 85 68 cl Jacks'ville 83 '71 .84 cdy Juneau 73 45 cdy Kansas City 101 G9 cdy Las -Vegas 110 85 clr Little Rock 02 70 cdy Los Angeles 85 68 cdy Louisville 88 6B .40 rn Marquette 76 55 rn Memphis 89 75 'Â·- cdy Miami 92 78 .17 rn Milwaukee 84 62 cdy Mpls-St.P. 84 61 cdy New Orleans 91 73 .13 cdy New York 80 70 Okla. City 92 65 cdy Omaha 96 Shyc lr Omaha 95 58 clr Orlando 89 73 .77 rn Philad'phia 85 71 cdy Phoenix 106 89 cdy Pittsburgh 88 62 .76 rn P'tland Ore- 92 65 clr P'lland Me. 71 63 .57 cdy Rapid City 85 53 clr Reno 98 61 Â· clr St. Louis 95 70 .33 clr Salt Lake 96 64 clr San Diego 98 69 cdy San Fran 64 55 cdy Seattle . ' 86 63 clr Spokane 94 61 Tampa 88 77 .! Washington 91 73 The study Army forces or relatively slow mobilization mil a protracted war in Eu- ope. The study," by Army Col. ichard Lawrence and Jeffrey lecord, said positions covered jy American, British and other allied troops are a legacy, of post-World War II occupation zones. They proposed moving wo U.S. divisions from Southern Germany into the Northern Herman plain, now covered largely by the British, to con- Â·ront large Soviet forces thai could be expected to move through that front in the event of war. / Measures proposed in the study, including a greater com bat-to-support troop ratio witl an accompanying reduction oi almost 22,000 U.S. soldiers in Europe, would save atjout $1.2 million a year, the author; said. They recommended the Arm revamp its forces from 13 anc one-third regular divisions anc eight in the National Guard to eight regular divisions and 1! others made up, of mixtures o regular and reserve troops with readiness lengths. The goals integrated of varying Listening To Tapes Newsmen and families of the 11 hostages held at the Huntsville Siiite Prison g a t h e r between the walls and t h e Administration builtling t o . listen to tapes of the hostag- es. Ncgolialions for the prisoners and hostages have been going on for five days. Wircpholo) (AP more reserve organization would allow a faster mobilization and buildup in NATO in event of a war threat, the study said. Under present war planning, 4 1/3 regular Army divisions stationed in Germany would be reinforced by another 3% divisions, for a total of eight, in the first 30 days after mobilization. Another proposal envisioned stationing the bulk of six U.S. divisions in Germany on a regular basis, instead o f . the present four and two-thirds. WASHINGTON (AP) -- A cey aide acknowledges President Nixon has suffered "some 'ery severe losses" that make lis chances of avoiding House mpeachment "more uncer- ain." Meanwhile, Nixon planned to meet this morning with his c h i e f Watergate lawyers, James D. St. Clair and J. Fred Ifalian Doctors Go On Strike ROME (AP) -- Health services were paralyzed across Italy today as an estimated 100,000 doctors began a 48-hour general strike in a demand for hospital reform and new labor contracts. The strike came as hospita: administrators sought to cope with increasing financial . prob lems which have forced most hospitals into debt. Some are unable to pay salaries without borrowing. Emergency services were riol affected, authorities said. NEW YORK STOCKS Opening Prices Furnished by A. G. Edward! Son Ark Best Corp ... ....... Amer Tel Tel .......... Ark La Gas ....-.... ..... Baldwin ...... . ........... Campbell Soup ........... Central S W .......... Chrysler ..... .' ........... Del Monte Dillards ....... T, .......... Easco 10 Nixon. Hit By 'Triple publicans Buzhardt, Chief of Sfi Haig Jr. Haig told White House Alexander M. newsmen aboard publicans to impeachment positions. Haig said that if a vote were Â·o be held now on the House floor on whether to impeach Nixon and place him on trial before the Senate, "it would be very close." The Nixon aide said presidential assistants believe that what he termed Air Force One on Sunday night as Nixon flew home from California, "We have suffered some losses this week and some very severe losses, quite obviously." He cited what he termed "a triple whammy" that involved a "rehash of evidence" by House Judiciary Committee, adverse in the documents case and the shift of some Judiciary Committee Re- Supreme Court ruliii Watergate tapes and proimpeachmeoe! coupled "triple wham- witli Saturday "has made the margin on the floor of the House considerably arrower." Developments have changed "fairly favorable prospects" as f about three weeks ago to .one that is more uncertain," lie said. However, Haig reported Nixon remains confident he will win when the impeachment question reaches the House floor. Asked if he thought Nixon really believes he Asked if the President might conceivably resign, he said, "at this juncture, I just don't fore- ee it. "Basically, I think he understands and in many respects expected lliis action from the Judiciary Committee. It hasn't changed one iota his sense of self-confidence and sense of determination to see this thing through, and above all to continue performing his functions President Slaates." the United Haig said last Wednesday's Supreme Court ruling that Nix- must surrender Watergate tapes doubtless had "some psychological impact on any private, citizen assessing these matters.'.' And he said the review of evidence at televised Judiciary Committee healings was "costly psychologically ant the attitude of the American Haig said, "I think he believes i people and members of Con- Pat, dauglitc Tricia Cox and son-in-law Ei ward Cox had been at the pre idential home in San Clement' Salif., since July 12. Haig sa: :ie expects Nixon to remain : the Washington area "for tl forseeable future. 11 During the week, he reportei '.he President will bo nicetin with his principal economic visers and with Treasury Seer lary William E. Simon when 1 returns from a Middle Ea trip. Press Secretary Ronald Ziegler said Nixon's "spiri are good and he is confident He said Saturday " day, but nobody is Asked if Nixon was lettin developments "get to him Ziegler said, "be has the li mendous capacity to control t emotions and to sustain himsi under two years of attack. orthwest Arkansas TIMES, Mon., July 29, 1971 AYETTEVILLE, A R K A N S A S o SPRINGDALE -- The IU74 inior Itodco Queen wes ilocled dtiring the filial rounds the J3th unnual Junior liodeo Parsons Stadium Saturday ight. Theresa Paschal. 17. nf 'iiycttcvillo will reign through- lit the coming year. First runner-up to queen was ingcr Howard, 18. of Spring- ale. Miss Howard also won the orsemansliip award. Pole- ending award in the event for ic queen contestants went to 'cbbic Harmon of Rogers. Linda Christian of Fayefte- i l l e was selected Miss ongcniality by the other cennge contestants. Winners in the boys' iris' roiico events are at, ollows: B a r e b a c k bronc ridiiu Jwight McCoy of Hindsvillc r s t ; Calf roping: Bobby Mucks f Clarksville, first; Terry 'ai'kcr of Wesley, second; and Charles Wade of Texarkana, Junior bronc riding: TJantlall ieynolds of Lowell, f i r s t ; Jim Morrow of Springdale, second; md Kdclie Nelson of Elm inrings ami Kirk- Thomas of Ipringdalc (led for .third; Team roping: Billy Easlcy of Jagle Ruck, Mo., and Kevin Strote of FayefteviHe, f i r s t ; and Rick Epperson and Jeff lathorn, both of Springdale, claimed both second ami third rizes; OTHEIl EVENTS Barrel racing; Sherry Parker of Wesley, first; Dee Moore o: Springdale, second; and Bnnila Jameson of Miami, Okla. Joyce of llopo, first; Jame; Spears of Cincinnati, second; and Hick Epperson of Springdale, third; Goat-tying: Ginger Howard o! Springdale, first; Chris Meeks of Clarksville, second; am Sandra Fowler ot Boxlcy. third; steer wrestling: Kick Whorloi of Springdale, first; Dann\ Joyce of Hope, second; Jackie Madewcll of Springdale third; Polebending: Pain Harris o Fayctteville, f i r s t ; Guyl Knowlcs of Grand Prairie Texas, second; and Brcnd M. c C o 11 o u g h of Springdale liii'd; Slcci- Robin Rev , imdccorating: . Mann of North Little first; Dec Moore of Spvingdale, second: and Patty Van Tassel of Pillsburg, Kan., third; bullriding: Danny Joyce of Hope, f i r s t ; Bobby Meeks of Clarksville. second; and R u s t y Silva of Grand Prairie, Texas, third. Rest sportsmanship awards went to Canna Foster of Broken Arrow, Okla., nnd Gcno Allen Smith of Springdale. Best all-around cowgirl award wa ; ; presented to Deo. Moore of Springdale. Sherry Parker oÂ£ Wesley was first runner-up. Bobby Meeks of Clarksville was named best all-around cowboy, with Danny Joyce of Hope, named first runner-up. Vandals did considerable damage to a home at rJ!3 f i s s i o n Blvd. over the. vcckcnd, according to Fayelte- Ic police reports. The house owned by Alex Gillespic, who spent the weekend out of town. Gillespie told police tbnt a neighbor had been watching (ho house for him and had d i s c o v e r e d the vandalism Sunday morning. Police said both beds had Ijccn used, drawers had been pulled out and rifled, a jewelry box had been pilfered, the refrigerator door was found stan- iling open with food spilled and jars broken. At least two cases of empty beer cans were scattered throughout the house. Police said they also found the remains of -several partially ^mnkcd marijuana cigarettes in the house. P o l i c e have questioned several suspects, but no arrests have b e e n ' m a d e yet , .................... A G Edwards ............ Wt Emerson ........... 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