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Northwest Arfcansai TIMES, Sun., Aug. 25, W» FAVCTTEVILLE, ARKANSAS For Annual Phenomenon Archeologists To Visit Tomb LONDON (AP) -- Arch-' eologists will gather in December in the dark recesses of an ancient burial mound in Ireland io view an annual phenomenon that has occurred with precise --regularity for 5,000 years, v 'With the coming of the winter Solstice Dec. 21 a Ihin shaft of ness to illuminate an altar slonc, carved with three mysterious spirals, at the back of the burial chamber 62 feet inside the mound. The alignment of the tomb's tiny entrance and the altar stone with the sun's rays five days cither side of the winter ·sunlight will pierce the dark- solstice -- the sun's lowest point in the heavens -- indicates the stone-age people who 3100 built B.C. the mound around had a remarkably precise knowledge of the solar cycles. The mound, near the village of Slane in County Meath aoqut 30 miles northwest of Dublin, predates England's Stonehenge, ;? Lost Northbound Whale ^ Finds Long Island In Way - -SOUTHAMPTON, N. Y. (AP) --4- That lonely leviathan who keeps bumping into Long Island on its way north may just be ; temporarily confused. ''·Prof. J. R. Welkcr of Southampton College's marine science center said Saturday that '·'the 30foot, 20-ion North Atlantic "right" whale apparently got separated from its pod '·while wintering in sub-tropical : waters. ' ' Left behind when the others 'headed toward Newfoundland, It's trying to swim north alone -^but keeps bumping into Long Island. The whale was first spotted south of the island, off Manasquan, N.J., more than a week ago. Spotted periodically, it has been nudging northward and is nearly around the island. "When we first picked him up last Thursday, I thought he was a rock en the jetty at Sbinnecock Inlet," said Welker, who had been out with some students in the school's 38-foot . twin-diesel boat. "We kept nosing the boat be tween the whale and the beach, and coaxed him back out to sea," he said. One of the students, Pelei Murphy, Jumper] in the water and swam close enough to touch the whale. "The old whale rolled up and 215 (CONTINUED FHOM PAGE FOUH money to jail the rehabilitated drinkers and to provide welfare -for their families, Phillips explained. Because the center is so young, most of the "graduates' are now holding steady jobs Phillips said. The 215 Club does feel its center has a g o o d chance to be effective because it is AA-oriented. BEST RECORD Its a fact that AA has had the best success rate of any group in helping alcoholic stop drinking, Phillips said. After being admitted to the 215 Club center and receiving a complete physical, each clien ' is assigned an A A sponsor. The .client then participates in ex · tensive individual and group therapy- in the form of coun seling and discussion--wit : attendance nightly at AA meet ' ings throughout the area. . Througholt the intensive pro ' gram, clients meet with , medical personnel, ad minis terial people, Phillips said. "W are not operating a perfect pro gram by any means, hut w are trying to cover all th bases." Phillips said the spiritual sid · of a man is highly emphasize " during his fight to acheive so briety. While the 215 Club pro ! gram is not of a religious o · ganization, it does seek to hel each man find the spiritual sid to his personality, Phillips sail "What he labels this spiritua side is his business," he added During the final week t treatment clients are inle · viewed at the Ozark Guidanc Center and asked if they wan to continue a program of conn seling. The 215 Club attemp to find employment for a : graduates who don't have job to return to. ' Pjillips said this part of th program still is not fill' developed. The overall program Is composite of the best qualitii of other Arkansas residents treatment centers, Phillips sai' There arc 12 other such cente in Arkansas, of which th closest to Northwest ArkansE is at Fort Smith. The center at Springdale \v f the 13(h in the slate. Philli; smiled and said. "We hope is a lucky number." .£ortf]tejBt gfrfmnis t'mraf 21! N. Eart Aye. FaycflnWe, Art. K!M PuVlshed daily and Sunday escep January 1, July 4, Tnanksyivina aa Christines. Second Class Postage Paid at Fayettcp:lle, Ark. jked out of the corner of his e at this creature in the tlip- rs, and then he just turned ck and swam along," Welker id. Although this breed is a slow immer, about two or three lots when cruising, it quickly tdistanced Murphy. Welker said he believes the hale is healthy, although it s two had scars on its back, e apparently made by a ip's propeller. They appear to healing, though, and the hale lifts its tail out of the ater and swims about as if it ere in good shape. ·'. · : The breed was called "right 1 19lh century whalers- be- use they float when' har- oned and produce a lot o! od oil. The whalers kille ost of them, Weker said, am e breed has been protcctec ' law since early in this cen ry. Welker said there's no way to II, but some experts think ere may be 40 to 60 in lh id that roams the Atlanti iw. So, if this right whale gel; s right bearings and misse: ipe Cod, it'll soon be with it: od. UA Three Area Men Held On Weapons Charge Three Prairie Grove residents are being held in the Washington County Jail on charges of possession of a controlled substance deadly and possession weapon. They of a :CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE) equal to 10 per cent (or similar raction) of the computed mergy cost savings. Another suggestion was that he committee establish a car -aol data-bank during each ·egistration, at which time students and faculty interested in orming car pools could fill out nformation sheets and name, nddress, phone number and at vhat time that person must be at school or is willing to come .0 school. The information, ihrough the use of computers, would be available ot those nlercsled in their areas. The committee also suggested as a means of contingency planning for a possible severe fuel shortage and reduced allocations .that the University consider schedule changes to allow a later start (and later ending) of the spring semester; to exchange all or part of the spring vacation for a later start of the spring semester and to shorten the spring semester one week to 42 periods. In action 'to be supervised by deans and department heads, the committee asked, that all activities be reduced before 8 a.m. or after 5 p.m. and during weekends and holiday and to concentrate these activities in mysterious circle of massive stones also aligned with the sun's movements, by more than 1,000 years. That would make the Irish aurial mound, scientists claim, the oldest astronomically' oriented monument in the world. The Irish mound supports the theory that various Stone-Age cultures in the British Isles investigated solar cycles and may have exchanged information that resulted in the construction of Stonehenge on the Salisbury Plain about 1900 B.C. ' IMPORTANT LIBRARY "Stonehenge and its astronomically positioned stones might have become an important repository or library of astronomical knowledge known at the time," says Jon Patrick ,o£ the Dublin College of Tech- Jlogy. Patrick, an Australian-born a minimum buildings. number of In Detroit The Mail Must Float Through arrested early Saturday morning by the Farminglon assistant chief of police, Tom Mc- Cawlcy, after being stopped foi a routine traffic violation. The three are identified as Tommy Lynn Maples, 21: Elvil Dale Smith, 16, and Merle Leoi Paschedag, 17, all 'of Prairie Grove. All are being held in lieu of $1,100.50 bond. They are to appear in Farmington Muni- cial Court Wednesday. McCawley said he stopped the car driven by Smith on Hwy. G2 after Smith failed to dim iiis headlights. Two hunting knives, a small quantity of marijuana and a pipe were found in the car, McCawley said. DETROIT (AP) -- The mail must float through is the motto of the Detroit River postman -until the ice floes cometh. During the months when the river is navigable -- usually from mid-April to mid-December --- the Wescott Mail Boat delivers and picks up mail from personnel on passing freighters. For the crewmen who ply the Great Lakes, mail call is most important since they often have no contact with Ibo outside world for weeks at a time. To these thousands of men and their families the 45- foot, dicscl-powercd "floating post office" is one of the most sought-after vessels in the world. The method for delivery of Kidnapers Fail To Pick Up Ransom; Release Hostage PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- idnaped executive Edward B. atterson Jr. says he was iiogtied like an animal" for 36 ours by his abductors who fi- ally let him go after they ailed to pick up the $250,009 ansom they had demanded. When he was released, Paterson said he had trouble get- ng the FBI agent to accept le collect telephone call he made to his home. Patterson, 45, was abducted ; gunpoint Thursday morning s lie parked his car to go to 'ork. He was released late Fri- ay after a day of telephone ne- otiations between the kidnap- rs and his family. No suspects have yet been ar- ested, the FBI said. Patterson said he was blind- olded and tied during his or- eal. He said he was in a build- ng but was unable to tell its ocation. "I was thinking about my tome and my wife mostly," he aid Saturday, tired, but un- larmed. "1 guess this is what you hink about when something ike this happens. I really love my wife. I kept thinking that." Patterson said the trouble itarted Thursday morning as he drove into the downtown rarking lot at the Arthur H Thomas Co., a scientific equip ment distribution firm where ne is a vice president. BLINDFOLDED Two men, one brandishing a. revolver, approached him as he *ot out of his car and said 'Mr. Patterson, come over here." He was grabbed, blind 'olded and trussed and shovec into the back seat of a car. Patterson said later his kid napers told him they had been 'hired." The FBI refused com ment. A phone call was made ar ASSOCIATED THESS The Associated Press Is entitled exclusively to the use Irii republics- i!on of all local news printed In Ui1i newspaper as we:! at all AP newj dispatches. IUTT.S Effective Oftobor 1. 1973 Home, nellvery Per month by carrier ...... (3,2! EXagLB copy dally lOc. Sunday Kc U.S. .Mall In Wasfilnjton, Benton, Madljoa Coao- tits, Ark,, Ailair Co., Okb.: 3 month! J 8.SO 6 months . .-.-- Jft.00 1 YEAR 30.00 City Box Section . 40.00 Oatslite abovA counl'ts: S months _i t 9.50 8 months 18.00 1 YEAR _j_.._'__L 31.00 *TJ. MATT. StmSOlIPTIOXS rAS'ABLB IS ADVAKCB Rules Committee Takes No Action LITTLE ROCK (AP) - N official action was taken Satu day by the Rules Committee o the state Democratic part after discussing individually In validity of the 73 rules of th state party. Craig Campbell party execi tive secretary, said the con' inittce would meet Sept. 7 an again one day before the Demi cratic State Convention. Th convention will be Sept. 13-14 a Hot Springs. Campbell said the Saturda meeting was to acquaint th committee mem'Dirs with prob ems and ambiguities in th rules. He said the member were expected to return Sept with specific recommendation .0 submit to Ihe state coi vention for approval. Jim Blair, chief legal counsi to the State Democratic Con mittee, said there was nothin radical being proposed. "We're just frying to clear u some ambiguities, some irr gularities," he said. MISSED YOUR PAPER WE'RE SORRY! If you cannot reach your TIMES carrier PHONE 442-6242 Dally 5 to C:30 p.m. Saturday 3 to 6 p.m. Sunday 8 to 9:30 «.m, iiir later to a company officer manding ransom, the FBI The media was aware of the cident Friday, but voluntarily thheld reports at the request the FBI. An FBI agent said ler that Patterson was told f the kidnapers had heard bout the abduction on the 6 m. news, he would have been for varying lied." D e m a n d s mounts of ransom were made, ut were scaled down to the fi- al $250,000 request, the FBI aid. The money was put in an at- .che case Friday afternoon nd driven to the-drop point in owntown Philadelphia, but no ne showed up to pick it up, the BI said. Friday night, Patterson said. e was again loaded into the ar, driven to the suburbs and ushed blindfolded out the door. "1 fell in the gutter and right front of me was a phone ooth," said Patterson. He only had a quarter, not nough for the long distance oil call to his home in Had- onfield, N.J., so he made it ollect. ecturer in land surveying, surveyed the astronomical alignment of the Irish mound for Michael 0'Kelly, professor of archeology at Univerity College in Cork, Ireland. A report of the survey appeared in "Nature," the prestigious British science journal. During the winter solstice in 1969 O'Kelly observed that four minutes after sunrise the sun's rays shone through-the""roof box," a yard-wide rectangular opening just above the entrance. They penetrated to the rear of the burial chamber and fully illuminated it for 17 minutes 'before the sun. moved out of alignment. Patrick wrote that O'Kelly asked him "to make an accurate survey of the roof box to see if this phenomenon would have occurred when the^ burial chamber was first built." After a complicated series of measurements involving the of (he chamber, Patrick concluded "that the sun has shone down the passage to the chamber ever since the date of .its construction and will probably continue to do so forever." Patrick noted that Ireland mounds, sometimes called "fairy forts," but "to my knowledge none of them has a roof box" like the one in County Meath., "As this structure is unique, and as the whole monument is so grandiose," Patrick wrote, "it- seems likely that its orientation is deliberate." Little is known about the people who built the County Mealh mound, hut archeologists speculate they worshiped the sun and thus gave much attention to the study of its movement through the heavens. Penetration of the sun's rays to the altar stone, where the dead were apparently cremated, may have symbolized ultimate resurrection. A 1967 excavation of the tomb floor revealed the burnt bone fragments of about five persons. But "the tomb has been open to visitors since 1699," Patrick wrote, "and ait unknown amount of the original burial deposit may have been Tools Stolen Chester Naramor, 439 S. Church Ave., told Fayetteville police Saturday afternoon that several tools had been stolen from his car sometime since Friday night. The car was parked at his residence. Texas Rancher Slain; Name Found On Escapee's List , ROTAN, Tex. (AP) -- A West ISriydcr, about 50 miles west of Texas rancher on the "death list" of three Colorado state prison escaped convicts was [ound shot to death in front of Iiis ranch home Saturday. Authorities in four surrounding, counties organized a search [or the convicts who escaped from the state prison at Canon City Thursday. The victim, T.L. Baker, 65, had been a witness in a cafe involving one of the convicts, Dalton Williams, 29. The other convicts were identified as Jerry Aimer, 22, and Richard Magnum, 22. Aimer and Williams were former residents of here. Authorities said Baker and his son, Gary, were overcome by three armed men early Saturday morning. The son was lied up and the key to his automobile taken. They took the elder Baker with them. Fisher County Constable J.L. Decker said that Baker's son freed himself and then got another set of keys and drove into (own to notify authorities. Sheriff's deputies rushed to the Baker home and found his body next to that of his dog, Act 9 Bond issue To Be Decided B? Voters Tuesday mail on the river is unique. The mail boat rides alongside the large vessels as they move up or down the river, A rope is tossed between the ships and mail is placed in a pail fastened to the rope. The service also provides other conveniences. Often ships will order coffee and the mail boat makes the delivery-along with the mail. It also offers laundry and dry-cleaning - pickup and return. Deliveries-may also include supplies from a local marine store, machinery parts, sailors' baggage and even newspapers from 'Detroit and other cities. Occasionally, the mail boat take on or debarks a passenger and even this operation is done without the freighter cut- tin" down its speed. Just as the mail is put aboard, the Wescott brushes alongside the ship, keeps pace with it and then a crew member on the larger vessel lowers a ladder and the passenger gra'os it and. hoists himself aboard.. The mail boat then turns around and heads back to shore. 14,000 -VESSELS During the eight-month period when the Detroit river is ice-free and open to ships; the Wescott servos some 14,ODD -ves- also shot. SHELLS FOUND Fayetteville voters will go to the polls Tuesday to decide the Eate of a $2 million bond issue for expansion of the D.H. Baldwin Co. plant on Beachwood Avenue. If the Act 9 issue is approved Baldwin will construct a 100,000- square foot expansion to the Ford to the American CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE) we're going to do some other hings that ought to be reas- u r i n g eople.' He said that includes keeping he fiscal 1975 budget under 300 billion. The new council consisting of ight members and four ad- 'iser-members appointed by he President will be in effect until Aug. 15, 1975, at a cost of 1 million. It replaces President Nixon's Cost of Living Council, vhose authority to set ceilings on both wages and prices expired April 30. removed since then." Disclosure Of AFl-CiO Giffs Sought By Coon HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (AP) -Ken Coon of Conway, the Republican nominee for governor, told the Arkansas State AFL- New (CONTINUED FROM PAGE O.«E) several other firms will be removed and the new building erected on the site. The buildinrg will occupy all areas between the existing First Federal and an alley to the west and will be the first of several multi-story buildings aeing considered for the Downtown Fayetteville area. Cost estimates for the building which will feature an exposed steel frame with much glass, have not yet been completed. Hunt For Bodies DURANCE, Colo. (AP) - A policeman and fireman searching for possible victims were killed Saturday w h e n ' a wall collapsed on them during a fire which destroyed six buildings. The victims were fireman Nick Parks, 25, the son of a former fire chief, and police officer Gale Emerson, 24. Firemen battled the fast spreading blaze, which broke out at 4 a.m., in an apartment area over a jewelry store, lor more than seven hours before it was contained. Parks and Emerson ran into one of the burning buildings to see if it had been evacuated. An explosion toppled the wall on Ihnm. CIO Saturday that it should fully disclose all contributions it has made or will make to the governor's race. Coon is opposed by David II. Pryor of Little Rock, the Democratic nominee for governor. Coon said one of the candidates in the governor's race had been labled "labor's lan." He asked the labor leaders, who had met to make political endorsements, if this was true. "We don't know for certain," he said. "We can only know with full disclosure. "The greatest threat to our governmental system." Conn said, "is large contributions by strong -special interest jrrouns. This applies to corporations and unions alike. The- best way :o clean up the sy?iem is to require full disclosure of all contributions." Coon said for the AFL-CIO to do anything less would be "an injustice to the people of Arkansas." Larry Monk, an aide to Coon, said the labor leaders did not receive this section of Coon's speech "with grat cheering mohs." Monk rated that Coon said, in effect, that he was not seek- in the endorsement of the AFL-CIO, but that he was seeking the support of individual AFL-CIO members. "He said, in effect, he would appreciate very much Ihe support of the individuals" Monk added. "He wanted the imlivid- help. the iniviuni contributions, but not if their vote was gotten bv coercion or if someone said they could deliver a certain vote." Selling Puts Market Into Another Slide NEW YORK (AP) -- Steady selling put the stock m a r k e t through another painful slide this past week, sweeping the popular averages to new depths [or the bear market that began almost 20 months ago. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrial stocks tumbled 44.74 points to 686.80, its first close below 700 since July. 9, 1970, and its lowest point since July 8 of that year. Ttie widely watched average stopped just short of matching its worst week of the year the. 45.76-point decline it had recorded the week before. The Dow now shows a loss of more than 90 points since President Ford took office Aug. 9. Most Wai Streeters are qiuck ;o observe, however, that there isn't any. evidence of a direct connection there. Rather, they say. investors are preoccupied by inflation and its unpleasant by-products, such as record high interest rates and a clouded outlook for the economy in general. The market opened on Monday with a broad and steady decline, but then tried to make a stand scraping together its first gain in nearly two weeks on Tuesday with a mild technical rally. BACK DOWNHILL But prices were back on downhill path Wednesday and stayed there through the rest of the week, finishing oft with a sharp drop Friday. General Motors; the nation's biggest industrial corporation and its second most widely held stock, recorded a 2-point drop over the week to 38%. It was the lowest price for the stock since early 1958. present plant, which now employs about 600 people. There is no tax increase or any citizen liability involved in the issue. Baldwin has also agreed to pay.its full share of city, conuty and school taxes, which it is not required by law to do. The company will also pay the full cost of the election. Only five polling places will he used, as compared to the 10 used in the primary elections. They are as follows: --Precincts 2 and 3 at A shell School. ' --Precincts 4 and 5 at Washington School. --Precincts 6 and 7 at Root School. --Precincts 8 and 9 at St. Joesph's Catholic School. --Precincts 10 and 1 will vote at Central Fire Station. Officers said four spent shells were found next to Baker's body. They speculated the abductors took the rancher and then returned to the home and shot him before fleeing. A spokesman for the Stonewell County Sheriff's office said that he had heard that Williams had escaped from prison and was "coming to get" him and others at Rotan. Sheriffs officers, however, could not confirm at that time he reports of Williams' escape. Baker had been a witness in a burglary case involving Wiliams last year. Earlier Wil- Jams and another man had jeen charged with burglarizing the Baker home and taking a couple of guns. Baker, reportedly later identified the guns as those used by Williams in another burgary. Williams and another partner were arrested later in Fort Smith, Colo. Colorado .prison authorities said Williams was charged with assault and was serving an indefinite term. Magnum was serving three to five years for car theft and Aimer was in prison for life on a murder con- sels a year. In 1972 it accounted for 714,576 pieces of mail and parcel post packages compared to 47,000 pieces of mail in its first year of operation in 1895. When the mail service began as an .experiment 79 years ago under Postmaster John J. Enright, the "Florence B" was used as a carrier, was delivered in a The mail somewhat Charges Filed In Bus Driver's Slaying WEST HELENA, Ark. (AP) -- Pros. Ally. Gene Raff of Helena said Saturday night that Willie Slater, 30, of West Helena had been charged with first-degree murder in the shooting death Saturday of Charles Green, 22, a Helena bus driver. Deputy Sheriff David Gunn of Phillips County said Green, 22, driver for the ABG Transit Co. of Helena, was shot as he stopped his bus to pick up a lassenger. Gunn said the shooting possi- ily evolved from a private feud and that it apparently was not part of a robbery attempt. Green was giving change to a female passenger when the assailant shot him through the window on the driver's side of the bus. The bullet from a small-ca- libre revolver went through [rreen's left shoulder into his heart, Gunn said. Green was dead on arrival at a hospital. Witnesses were being questioned about the shooting. victiori. I n DEATH LIST Canon City, State Penitentiary Warden Alex Wil- confirmcd that Williams son had left a death list at the Purse Stolen Olive Spears of Springdale told Fayetteville police ,that a coin purse, containing '$52 in cash and other items was stolen from her car Saturday morning while it was parked at the Northwest Arkansas Plaza. penitentiary and that Baker's name was on it. Wilson declined to identify others on the list, but he said it "involves a lot of people here in Colorado as well as Texas." Wilson said all the people on William's list, both in Texas and in Colorado, "are being watched pretty closely." The trio escaped Thurday night but not missed until hours later when dummies were discovered in their bunks. Deputy Warden John Griffin said no one knows how they got past the guard tower and spotlights. He said they anpar- ently stole a car within sight of the guard towers. In New Mexico, state police said thre men robbed a service station attendant, his . wife nnd a salesman early Friday in Wagon Mound, 66 miles south of the Colorado border on Interstate 25. Late Friday night in southeast New Mexico, police said they shoved a gun in the ribs of Owen Johnson, 25, a Roswell teacher. His car was found abandoned in Lovington, near the Texas border early Saturday. West Texas nolice were looking for a pickup truck-camper stolen near Lovington early Saturday. different manner. A man in a rowboat was set out in .the path of the oncoming vessel. Tha man would row alongside the ship and toss a line up onto the deck, wait for the slack to be played out, then he taken along at speed with a jerk while the mail bucket was passed down and returned. Once this was done, he was cast adrift to row to the next ship or to be picked up by the "Florence B." After several changes in ownership, the J. \V. Wescott Co., a marine reporting agency, acquired the contract for the service. Although the mail boat s not owned by the U.S. Postal Service its services arc obtained by government contract. At one time the mail b o a t was used as a complete post of: ice with sorting and cancellations made on board. Today the office is located ashore at the ioot of 24th Street, which is known as the "River Staion," with is own Zip code number 48222. The boat acts as a carrier only. f*i total of ten persons, not including - one postal' employe who works an eight-hour day sorting and preparing the mail, make up the operation. Onboard crews consist of three two j man crews each working an eight-hour day to give the river men a 24-hour service, seven days a week, throughout the navigable seasons. Many of the week's other prominent losers were also big- name companies which have had a wide following among institutional investors. American Telephone Telegraph, the only issue which outranks GM in number of share- owners, managed to resist the the 1,941 traded. There were 18 43% with the help of an eight- cent dividend increase. In all, 1,516 NYSE issues declined and 250 advance among the 1.94] traed. There were 18 new 1974 highs, compared with 774 yearly lows. The NYSE's Composite index, with a 2.21 drop to 37.55, reached its lowest close since it was inaugurated in its present form in 1965. Standard Poor's 500-stock index gave up 4.12 to 71.55. On the American Stock Exchange. Synlex was the most active issue, down l^s at 35Ta, followed by Giant Yellowknifo Bicycle Vandalized Dorothy Castle of 100 Miller St. told Fayeltevile police that the rear wheel and tire from a bicycle, parked ~at her residence, was stolen Friday night or Saturday morning. V/ith SAC Air Force Sgt. Philip B. Oxford is now serving with a Strategic Air Command unit at Little Rock Air Force Base. Sgt. Oxford was previously assigned to Taegu Air Base in Korea. He is the son of Mrs. Freda Oxford of Route 4, Fayellevillc. State Air Pollution Advisory Extended LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- An air pollution advisory for Arkansas has been extended until 11 a.m. Sunday. Light winds and stable air continued to be present over the lower. .Mississippi Valley Saturday, and a weak stationary front Ihrough Arkansas was expected to weaken. The National Weather Service said little change in the sta'g- nant air conditions is expected Sunday and Monday, but the MWS said temporary improvement would occur in the afternoons due to widely scattered showers and surface heating. The stagnant conditions will cause smoke dust and gasses to accumulate near the ground, the NWS said. The state Department of Pollution Control and Ecology said that the air quality monitoring had indicated no significant increase in air contaminant levels since Friday, but that the levels remained sli'ghtly above normal. The department urged Arkansans to refrain from any open burning while the advisory is in effect. Mines, off at 1H4, and Toxas International, down 1 at . The Amcx's market value index was off 4.19 at. 71. 68. The Associated Press 60-stnck average fell 12.5 points to 215.4. Nudes Attacked AURAY, France (AP) -Farmers anned with clubs attacked nude bathers on the iheach at Erdeven on Brittany's Atlantic coast and several per sons were injured police said. The attack apparently followed resumption of fully nude bathing in the area after nudists and the municipality had agreed that swim trunks would he worn on the beach. People Helping People Director: of _4 Funeral Service if^l Services: DAILEY. Oizle L. -Monday, 10:30 a.m. Center St. Church or Christ. Mr. Tom Dockery o f f i c i a t i n g , assisted by Vlsitlrtg Ministers. Interment, Falrvlew Memorial Gardens. GOSPEL MEETING NORTH STREET CHURCH OF CHRIST AUGUST 25-28 WALTER BUCHANAN OF BENTONVILLE SPEAKING NIGHTLY AT 7:30 Welcome You are invited to worship and study the word of God with us. If You Need Transportation, Cad 442-9171

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