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September 26, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

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|i Korffiwwt Arkansas TIM«, tTl«M., Sept. 24, FAYETTEVILUC, ARKANSAS Kissinger To Bargain With. Arabs: Oil For Israeli Ldnd A News Analysis By BARRY SCHWEID WASHINGTON CAP) -- A year after the outbreak of the Yora Kippur War, Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger is about to head back to the Middle East to press for new Israeli withdrawals from conquered Arab territory. It is - ^ . · _ . _ A ' J , l t . n . l + 1 l tn t mission tied directly to the West's thirst for Arab oil. Kissinger's negotiating task promises to be as difficult as the shuttle diplomacy he used in achieving the Middle East cease fire late last year. And it is made more urgent by the unspoken but evident risk of a new oil squeeze if the Arab states do not get the kind of territorial settlement they want. In the months since the war, there has been ample evidence of closened U.S. Arab nations. haustive personal diplomacy that after four wars with the Arabs, Israel has a mind and will of its own despite dependence on the United Slates for military and economic aid. Signaling this : ~ independent mood, with its troubling implications for the Kissinger, mission. Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin said at the end of a recent Washington visit "there will be no movement in terms o( just giving back territory." Rabin said there must he more, the beginning of an end to the Arabs' economic and dip- omatic boycott of the Jewish ties with the r l l a u .,, Nevertheless, Kissinger knows he is under the to try to protect the in- gun nation-plagued economies ol Ihe United States and western Europe from any renewed Arab oil embargo or cutback this winter. Kissinger has found in his ex- UALR Seeks Increase In Operating Funds LITTLE ROCK (AP)' -- T h e Board of Visitors of the University of Arkansas - Little Rock Wednesday adopted a resolution endorsing Chancellor G. Robert Ross' request for additional operating funds for the next biennium over that amount recommended by the staff of the state Higher Education Department. Ross had told the Higher Education Board Friday that UALR ranked_ last among the state's 10 senior colleges in the amount of state funds for each full-time equivalent student. He asked the board to raise the spending for each student by $55 to bring UALR up to the level of the ninth-ranked institution, Henderson State College. That would require about $300,000 more annually than the budget increases recommended by the department's staff. The Board of Visitors unanimously adopted a motion by E. Harley Cox of Pine Bluff requesting the additional funds. The motion was directed to the UA Board of Trustees, asking it to make the request of the Higher Education Board. The Higher Education Board made its budget recommenda^ tions for the 1975-77 biennium Friday without including the extra $300.000 a year for UALR, but agreed to consider the matter again at its November meeting. The board makes its recommendations to the Legislative Council, which, in turn, decides what to recommend to the legislature. Stale Insurance Ruling Is Given LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Circuit Court Judge Tom Digby of Pulaski County said Wednesday that the state insurance commissioner has the authority to order car insurance companies to reduce premium rates. Digby ruled that Commissioner Ark Monroe III can order a 10 per cent reduction by Travelers' Indemnity Co. Circuit Court Judge Warren Wood of Pulaski County had ruled last month that Monroe did not have the authority to order a premium rate reduction. Monroe is appealing Wood's ruling in a case filed by Insur- · ance Service Office, a rating bureau. Travelers is expected to appeal Digby's ruling. Legal Notices-- NOTICE TO BIDDERS REPLACEMENT Or HEATING COOLING EQUIPMENT ROBERTA FUL- BRTGFTT PUBLIC LIBRA P.X FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS Notice to Bidders, Scaled proposals will be received by Ihe Board of Directors of the Fayelteville Public Library. Bids shall be addressed to: Mr. LefgMon Rudolph, Chairman Fayetteville Public Library Board Roberta Fulbrigbt Public Library 217 E. Dickson Fayelteville. Arkansas 72701 until 4:00 P.M. Central Daylight Time. Monday, October 14, 1974, for the Contract work for the above named project. All work will be included under one . Contract. All bids shall qualify In accordance with ACT 124 of 1939 and ACT 159 ol 1919 "as amen lied by ACT 183 of 1957 (Arkansas Statute 14-613). Bids will be considered in accordance with ACT 2M of 1961. Bids will then b« opened and read aloud. Bid* which fail to comply fully wltfi any provision OF the specifications and or contract documents will be considered invalid and wili not receive consideration. Copies of the plans and specificallorts will be on file after September 16, in the office of: Warren D. Scgraves, Architect 203 First Federal Rulldinjr FayetlEville, Arkansas rT70l Bid Bond In an amount not less than 5 per cent of bid small be furnished by each bltider. AH bidders must conform with the requirements of the Arkansas Stale Licensing Law for Contractors. No bid may be withdrawn after the scheduled closing time for receipt of bids for at least thirty (30) days. Tne owner reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to waive Informal!ties. Zrc 12. 29 state. Rabin looks first to Egypt hoping that President Anwar Sadat is prepared to swap a compromise settlement with Is rael for a second pullback it Sinai. A deal with Jordan would follow, according to the pre (erred Israeli script. When Kissinger returns to the region next month, his ear wil be tuned to clues that this i more than wishful thinking. I any event, lie is determined t maintain the momentum tha produced disengagements alon the Suez Canal and on the Go Ian Heights earlier this year. Hanging over Kissinger' head is the implicit threat tha should Israel balk at yieldin more occupied Arab land, th stalemate could trigger the sor of oil squeeze that brough gasoline shortages to Americ last winter, sent prices up an turned, off the heat in wester Europe. Knowledgeable U.S. officia see no immediate danger of a: other war, but neither do th , ,. anticipate . a complete agre . ment over any specific perioi oviet arms shipments have bstantially improved the ualitv of Syria's forces. The nitcd Stales is attempting to [set this by speeding delivery Phantom jets to Israel and ·--:-'--·-·.. upgrading Israel s B y DOIU U.S. and Israeli reck- ning, Syria is considered the nost dangerous prospective an agonist. The U.S. intelligence stimate is that Israel would riumph should they come to cnewed conflict. Liille Rock Officials Guilty Of Contempt LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Pu aski County Judge B. Frank Mackey and Marshall Cherry, he county's penal farm super- ntendent, were found guiltv Wednesday of civil contempt of Judge J. Smith Henley of U.S. District Court found the ,wo men innocent of criminal contempt. The ruling came in con- lection with a suit filed over he use of convict labor at the penal farm from late May to mid-July. Henley ordered the two men to pay- the attorneys' fees for the plaintiffs who had filed the suit after two inmates drowned in the Arkansas River while doing, voluntary work at the farm. Henley also reaffirmed an earlier court order prohibiting the use of convict labor at the farm, voluntary or otherwise, until the farm is brought up to constitutional standards Kffller Asks Reduction Of Life Sentence PINE BLUFF, Ark. (AP) -The attorney for T e d d y Rny Klttler, an inmate of Cummins Prison Farm, has asked Circuil Court Judge Joe Villines ot Harrison to reduce Kittler's life Imprisonment sentence. Klttler. 18, was one of four DeWitt teen-agers accused in the 1970 slaying of Jimmy Wayne Wampler, a Cross Coun ty rice farmer.' . ; ·* Pine Bluff attorney Donald H Smith's motion contends tha K i t t l e r is entitled'to the re 'ductiori.because, at one poin during." his incarceration a DeWitt;"he was offered a 21 year".prison term .in excharrg or', a. guilty I plea,. Smith con ended 'that Kittler was.-'pre Saints Sign Two ; NEW ORLEANS (AP -V l d o r e c e l - v e r E a r l IcCullouch, a free agent waived by Detroit, and rookis ftensive guard Emanuel Znn' crs were signed Wednesday by,, he New Orleans Saints. :· McCullouch, 5-foot-H and 175 pounds, playd six years ' with Jctroit, catching 19 touchdown: passes ' for 2,314 yards, an .8:8yard average. · Zanders, 6-1 and 263, went to. Miami from Jackson State. He. was waived' by -Miami at the, end of preseason play. ·' Reveals Nixon's Clot Dr. John C. Lungreii tells a news conference In Long Beach, Calif. Wednesday that former President Richard M. Nixon has a hlopd clot in his right long "which is a potentially dangerous situation." The clot, 'discovered through tests conducted by a specialist in nuclear medicine, is about the size of a dime. (AP Wire- photo) Weather Stays Cool And Wet Unseasonably cool, w e t weather persisted today over much of the South and West. Scattered night showers and thunderstorms dampened southern California and parts of Nevada, Arizona and Utah. Rain and drizzle extended from East Texas through southern Georgia, mixed with a few thundershowers. Nearly I'/z inches of rain soaked New Orleans through Wednesday. Light rain also fell in Florida, New England and New York state. Low clouds and fog sllroudei much of the Pacific Coast, and the desert Southwest was parti cloudy. The rest of the natio had fair or partly cloudy skies. Temperatures before dawn ranged from 32 at Bradford Pa., to 83 at Yuma, Ariz. vented from entering the plea after another defendant in the Wnmpler 'case backed down' from the offer. . ' A hearing on tha motion ,.has been set for Oct. 3 in Arkansas, CouMy Circuit Cdurt; , But,- Smith'said Wednesday'he had requested 'a continuance until Kittler is allowed to undergo a 30-day psychiatric examination at the State Hospital, in Littl* Rock. . , " ·' ' ' RECORD DAYS SALi Save on famous Hoover Dial-A- Matie vacuum with maximum cleaning power for carpets and floors. Features 5V quart disposable bag, 4 position rug adjustment and fingertip switch. Housewares--DILLARD'S-- Second Floor Electric Cooker Orig. 19.99 Slow cooking In natural stoneware retains juices and vitamins for full flavor and nutrition. Costs just pennies to cook all day. Great for soups, stews, meats, vegetables. 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