Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 19, 1973 · Page 17
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, February 19, 1973
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At The Library By ANN JACOBS 'There is no quite good book without a good morality; but the world is wide, and so are morals." -- R o b e r t Louis Stevenson. Herewith some good recent fiction, pulled at random from the new books shelves: "Ruby Red," by William Price Fox. The Rose of Sharon Girls from Washed in the Blood Baptist Church become the Honkytonk Angels and hit the rocky road for Nashville and Northwest Arkansoi TIMES, Mon,, Feb. 19, 1973 PAYITTIVILLI, ARKAHIA1 - .17 Tried It Once Russell Discusses Drug Use By Athletes HOUSTON (AP) Former the 'Grand Ole lickin' good. Opry. Finger- An Accidental Man," by Iris Murdoch. Ludwig, an American draft evader in London, is caught in some terribly plicated British lives. The a u t h o r relationship can satirize without losing her esteem for the people tangled in it. " F l i g h t One." by Charles Carpentier. America's first SST is about to depart on its maiden flight when a bomb threat is called in, and that's only the beginning. Thank Sen. William Proxmire(D-Wis.) chief mover Boston Celtic great Bill Russell says it is an Illusion .'that athletes can perform better by using drugs. Russell told a group at Houston Baptist College he tried it once--and didn't like it. 'I didn't jump any higher," Russell said. "I just felt like I did. I probably wasn't getting as high. I was go bad that 1 was performing like an ordinary player," he added, breaking into a grin. Russell told the college au dience of his brief experience with "uppers." ' "We (Boston Celtics) wen out and played that night,' Russell said. Dexedrine, I 'Because felt like of the I was blocking shots with my shoes After the game. 1 went to Ihe d r e s s i n g room, showerec dressed and went back to o u r hotel for a sandwich. 'Prime Minister' Frank Costello, so-called underworld prime minister, died Sunday In a New York hos- pi(al. Here he' is pictured in four poses at a Senate Crime Committee .hearing in federal court in New York on March 14, 1951. He told the investigators that he had about '540,000 or $50,000' In a strongbox at his home. Formerly known as the Prime minister of the underworld, the natty dressing Costello spent his last years as a man about Manhattan, supposedly in retirement. (AP Wirephoto) Two Roman Catholic Mailmen Shot In Back BELFAST (AP) -- A gunman believed to be a Protestant shot two Roman Catholic mailmen in the back in Belfast Sunday, and B r i t i s h troops claimed they shot a guerrilla in a clash with snipers early today in a Catholic section of the city. The deatn 01 tne two mailmen raised to 728 the confirmed toll in three and a half years of communal warfare in Northern Ireland. Lamar Upends Arkansas Stale BEAUMONT, Tex. (AP) -Lamar -University ended· its own nine-game losing streak and extended Arkansas State University.'s streak to .. eighl straight with a 94-84 victory over the'Iridiahs here Saturday night. The Cardinals hit 63 per cen of their shots from the field in the first half and held a 54-32 advantage at the half. Jerry.White scored 24 of hii 31 points in the second half ai ASU pulled to within nini points in the final minutes. Dor Scaife contributed 20 points fo ASU. ASU is now 5-14 for the sea son and 1-8 in Southland Con ference play. Lamar is 8-14 fo the season .and 3-7 in leagu play. ASU takes on Southwester Louisiana tonight at Lafayette La. The killer of the mailmen ept pumping bullets into his ictims 1 bodies after they fell the ground. The slaughter vas witnessed by a 10-year-old irl whose identity was kept se- ret by police. Before driving ft in a car the killer let fly a urst of bullets at a group of ersons who had run up, 'ounding one man. The killing was believed in evenge for the bomb and bul- et tactics of the Catholic guerillas of the Irish Republican irmy. It was the 19th sectarian .ssassination this year. In Britain, meanwhile, Prime Minister Edward Heath and Injured Jockey Dies At Hospital LITTLT2 ROCK (AP) Jock ey E.J. Knapp, 44, injured FrI day in a training mishap a Oaklawn Park in Hot Springs died this morning in University of Arkansas Medical Centei lospital, a spokesman said. Officials at the thoroughbrec track said they did not know now Knapp was injured, bu that he apparently had been kicked in the head by a horse. Knapp underwent surger; Friday morning. He was a native of Chicag and listed his home as Haze Park, Mich. The TIMES Is The Best Buy For Your Advertising Dollars) enior government, ministers ere reported putting the final ouches on a white paper out- ning the government's ~new roposals for the constitutional uture of Northern Ireland. Informed sources said the jondon government will almost ertainly retain responsibility or law and order in the prov- ice, rejecting the demand of he Protestant majority that his be returned to a provincial parliament which they would again dominate. Melbourne Wins Stale B Crown CON WAY, Ark. (AP) -Sandra Haley collected 37 points and controlled the .offensive backboards here Saturday night to lead Melbourne to a 5553 victory over Guy-Perkins in the finals of the Class B Senior in killing SST transport development in the U.S., that it can't happen here. " T o o Dear for My Possessing," by Pamela Hansford Johnson. The first of the C l a u d Pickering novels, published in 1940 and now reissued with a new Preface by the author (Lady Charles P. Sow in private life). The scene is Bruges, London, and Paris in the 1920s and *30s. "A Personal Matter," by Kenzabure Oe. Bird's first son is born a medical monster, and he descends into a suffocating hell of self-examination while he waits to hear that the baby has died. A short novel from the literary leader of Japan's New Left. "Is There a Life after Graduation, Henry Birnbaum? by Carolyn Balducci. Two boys from Queens meet future shock headon at Oberlin and MIT Light and clever. "The Female Quixote, by C h a r l o t t e Lennox. Lady Arabella expects her life t follow th story line of a Frencl romance, with frequently em barrassing results. An 18th- century novel, important for the student Girls state basketball tournament. Miss Haley, B-fopt-0, collected 18 points in the first half, and 19 in the second half. But it was her effort on the offensive boards that secured the victory for Melbourne. Janice Ealy, the tournament's most valuable player, led Guy-Perkins with 29 points. Janet Cooper had 16 for Melbourne. Melbourne finished 22-4 for the season. Guy-Perkins was the defending champion. ' of literature. The general reader might enjoy it as a curiosity. "The Hessian," by Howard Fast. A Quaker family, aided by a Catholic physician, shelter a wounded Hessian mercenarl in Connecticut during the American Revolution. A grim parable of military justice. "Visions of Cody," by Jack Kerouac. This is the original novel behind "On the Road, considered too frank for the 1950.S. Mr. Kerouac may someday be acknowledged as America's greatest 20th-century writer. ,, . "The Heights of Zervos, by C o l i n Forbes. Nazis and Englishmen race to capture the monastery atop Mt. Zervos. A thriller, Alistair MacLean-style laid in Greece in 1941. "Down All the Days." by Christy Brown; "A crippled boy comes of age in a Dublin slum in a family ruled by a drunken f a t h e r , ' whose lives are dominated by sex before affection, and greed before everything. But you can't help liking them somehow. . ./, F a v o r i t e ' A u t h o r Corner: Agatha Christie. "Elephants Can R e m e m b e r , " " A Daughter's Lockridges, Daughter"; the "Write Murder D o w n ' ' : Emma Lathen, "Murder Without Icing"; Anya S e t o n , "Green Darkness'; Charity Blackstock, "Lonely Strangers"; D. E. Stevenson, "Smouldering Fire"; Georgette Heyer, "Lady of Quality." "The Tollgate." . _ _ You have read about SILUA MIND CONTROL and its benefits in: LIFE · NEWSWEEK · MADEMOISELLE · CORONET · HARPER'S BAZAAR SALES MANAGEMENT · INGENUE · WASHINGTON POST · NEW YORK TIMES LOS ANGELES TIMES · BOSTON GLOBE · NATIONAL OBSERVER How hear an introductory lecture on: MIND CONTROL (OVER 100,000 GRADUATES) AND THE REALITY OF ESP SINCE 1944 SILVA PSYCH QRIBNTOLOGY MIND CONTROL The Science of Tomorrow Today! LEARN HOW EASY IT IS TO DEVELOP YOUR OWN MIND CONTROL FOR SELF IMPROVEMENT. YOU WILL TREASURE THIS EXPERIENCE FOR THE REST OF YOUR LIFE. LECTURE TUITION $2.00 (INTRODUCTORY DISCOUNT COUPON) LECTURE ONLY $1.00 WITH THIS COUPON (C) 1973 SMCI HOLIDAY INN College Avenue Fdyettevilk LECTURES: Fab. 19, Monday, 3 p.m.-8 p.m. " LECTURE: Feb. 20, Tuesday, 2 p.m. ' PRESENTED BY, RANDY YOUMANS LICENSE* The TIMES Is The Best Buy For Your Advertising Dollars) "I went to my room and urned on the TV. I watched it until 2 a.m. The station had signed off about 1. But I kept watching. I turned off the TV and still couldn't fall asleep. I couldn't even close my eyes. I was awake all night." .Russell said the pill finally wore off just before the game the following night and he had to take another one to stay awake for the game. "Then I took a sleeping pill afterward," he said. "It was like a roller coaster ride. You can't imagine the after effects One of the lesser ones was dysentery." Russell said he was opposcc to pills and the use of hard alcoholic drinks. "THey keep you from seeing the mast beautifu single thing in the world- truth," he said. 'When some body tells me he can't get his rap together without a pill, I tell him he must have a shaky rap. Russell, now a sportscaster mixed in his sharp wit with the seriousness of his mesage. "In my high school, 95 pe cent of the students were black xy would come through. We'd ass him around, then take him ome to dinner Just to let him now we thought he was a all ight." Legal Abortions Said Continuing Rise In Arkansas "Legal abortions in Arkansa are continuing to increase' stated Robert T. Bailey director, Bureau of Vita S t a t i s t i c s , Arkansas Stat Department of Health. The tola number of legal abortions in creased from 037 in 1971 to 79 in 1972. "Currently, legal abortion a r e p e r f o r m e d unde requirements set forth in Ac 61 of 1969" said Bailey. In dications for abortion ar iccst. Act 61 of 1969 also states that n abortion be performed in a ospital licensed by the State card of Health and accredited y the Joint Commission of ccreditation of Hospitals. Written consent of the regnant woman, the woman nust have been a resident of \rkansas at least four-months rior to the abortion, three octors, not in joint private iractice must certify that the .bortion should be performed .nd one . of the three must erform the operation are additional stipulations under the 969 law. "Until such time as the Arkansas abortion l a w s are amended to meet the Supreme rt ruling, all abortion statistics will be compiled under .he 1969 law" stated Bailey. According to Abortion Surveillance, Center for Disease Control, Atlanta, Ga., there are 24 states and the District of Columbia which report legal abortions. Only 17 states report on a statewide basis, 7 report by specific hospitals. 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