Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 16, 1976 · Page 3
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Wallace Said ' 'Standing Right Where He Wants' ;\11TTLE ROCK (AP) - A Hold coordinator for Alabama Coy;, George C. Wali-acc said Thursday night that the Wallace -.campaign \vas "standing righl where we want to stand right now." "-Dill .Lord Jr. ol Greenwood, Miss., made the remarks in a meeting wllli about -15 \Yullace sbpportcrs. He reminded the group that 75 per cent of the delegates to the Democratic National Convention would* no be. chosen until after May I. Lord also eaicl .llial Wallace has more delegates now Ihun he had at the same point in hi. 1972 campaign for the Demo cratic presidential nomination. "The only thing we've got t do js get our people out, gc them enthusiastic, gel them t working," Lord said. "Georg Wallace loves Arkansas, an obviously the-,people, of Ar kansas love George Wallace," Lord , said former Georgi Gov. Jimmy Carter "has go Ihef'McGovern organization be hind jrimi Of course, iE.anyhod Wartts. "a" warmed-over Gcorg McGovern, they can vote fo Jimmy Carter." · Lord also said there \va nothing wrong with Wallace Jiealth. "There's o n l y ' Iw things" he cannot do wiieri h gets'to be president thai t h other candidates can do, ar (hut is play golf and go s ing...," Lord said. '.Walhiqe will visit Llltic Ho, for' about two hours Saturd; night on his way to Montgon ery* Ala., from campaigning Texas a rid Ai rzona. He w hold a news conference a meet with.supporters «nd th return to campaign mo extensively in Arkansas befo the* stale's May 25 president' primary. ; , Lumber Haulers Favor Uniform Carrier Rates LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Lui r haulers lold the Arkansas ransportalion Commissior nivsday thai they favored vmi rm rates. However, one of Uiem sail ero probably wouldn't be an e struct] vc competition with on-uniform rates, if the com ission required tlmt the rate; e high enough to show a prof . He said'that .way a hauSc: ouldn't lower his rates solel; put a competitor out. of'busi ess. ' · : . The lumber haulers were th ist gvbii'p' of intraslatc molo irriers lo appear before th omtnission In hearings on un orm rates. They were held t elermine whether non-imiforr ates could be established will ut having destructive . con etitioh. . The commission general as established uniform rate or all carriers of a particula ommodily. . . Attorneys fo rail the carriei have, until April -22 to fi ricfs, and the commission \v mnke a decision as soon as po ,1ble.after that date. ^IlinilllllllllilllllliinilllllllllllilEllllliillllEUIIlllllQlllitlllllllC Everybody's Business Administration I $p r j n g Meeting 01 Historical Wanls To Hel Society Presents Play AMAX Tennessee Tho date of May 2 has bccnjiiess. will ijc moving to LHllc N A S I I V 1 I T P Tonn AP) --I set for the spring quarterly Rock shortly and efforts lo Tho 3a^ of tlle »-' mrttl mem- secure now caretakers will be , stale aiimimsirauon warns h . r . h j l * n r Washington County undertaken. Caretakers arc tiro- help AMAX Tennessee Inc. ft^ overcome environmentalists;! 1 .^ lnc £ rc . hmJS(S an , in ion of a play, "American housckccpin 0 er ". maintenance. ...... production, staged by contact th» socicl; De^opWnr--"-CommTs^^^ Tom nenson says. ^^ ,tt^on"^ the booklet 'I want the environmental ,-. * r \,-' s . objections lo strip mining of one million tons of coa per vcur in Van Buren and Se- iualchic counties Economic laws enforced, but I don't want a technicality to prevent industrial development," Benson said Thursday. life of Miss Sophia u.,..., -- .. cai-lv pioneer educator anri tea nnci ... .... founder oE the FayetlevlHe[al the society Female Semmary, nlay TM llse - Promoted Dorsey W. Jones, son ,o[ Mr. and Mrs. Dorsey I). Joiirj.s of FayeUevUle 'lifts lieen named disfricl marketing manager for Delta Airlines in Houston. Jones is a graduate of Fay- ctlcviltc Htgli School and t h e University of'Arkansas. No Soccer Site BOSTON (AP) -- The Boston JVUnutcmen -have rescheduled Uieir first two home games of tho NorlH American ^ Soccer League because they" Jmven't nailed Mown a playing site. The team announced Thursday that the games scheduled Saturday against Toronto and April ?A afiainst New York will be changed to new dates: A spokesman said the team is seeking to use cither Harvard Stadium or Schaefer Stadium BETTER . Xiflirt nm.ffiv. SEMINARS yOtl - L With DR.THURNACEYOHK f t mitf Petiwi J1 Cou me I of, Ed ircalot and Inltrrutt onil Spt DISCOVER HOVV TO: · Reiokefirnttv'indinirihlconftrclr. · rmpiovewIUorlK · Qvttermt inferiority «n'd wony. · ConquerRullt jnddepieuion. · Defeat ·nxMMdblKcmeM. · ..iamJHrdarejwnlolivc. April 18th-April 21st EACH EVENING AT 7:00 CENTRAL ASSEMBLY OF GOD Corner Sixth and South College Fayetteville r trenilTY dftnJnded pf ogr«m lex Iwhr, plrm'h tni lin|tT« adulU. lhMlcr typc ppcal a recent denial of u wa- cr quality permit. Appointed John A. Haas has been ap- noinlcd vice president and general manager of Ileekin Can Co. -llcekin lias a can plant al Springdale.- Haas, n graduate of Springdale High, joined the c o m p a n y - i n 19C4 and prior lo his apnointmcnl was manager of manufacturing. Burglary Reported A burglary at the Esther Green residence of Route 1 iti Springdale was reported'Thurs- day to the Washington County sheriff's office. Deputies .said apparently nothing had been taken in the break-in. The meeting will.be Mounl Comfort Community .. . 4 j ,.- I Building al 2 p.m. and ngnl The denial ol Ihe permit has refreshments will follow Ine ilockcd, al least lem'norarily, play. Members and the general plans to use 20-story higl\ ma- public are invilccl to attend, ninety lo slrip an ttcrc of coal ^| 1G ,j a i e was set al a Thurs- and per clay for Ihe next 20 ,] a y noon meeting of Ihe sociely years in the two Southeast Tenan( j Mrs. David .Newborn, nossce counlies. . prcsinV-'hl also announced thai Under slate law, tlic water L a r r y Browne will be ficneral quality permit must be issued chairman for the annual Ice by state health officials before Cream Social to be held an actual slrip mining permit August on Ihe grounds of Head- can be considered by the con- quarters House, servalion department. Mrs. Richard Lynch was At least five environmental hPP° m . lcl1 chairman or groups have announced plans to 1 rnmmillci! to arranee a Doom allend the hearing and oppose AMAX. I aUhVNorihwesrArka'nsas Mall] Benson said he or an assist- ^p r [| 30-May 1. a n t . would be present at the M r s . Lynch announced hearing as an observer. donations are beinfi accepted "We've tried to monitor all r or the Stiiloh Memorial Park along to see if we can assist in ; n Springdale. a project of the any way." he said. Springrtale. Bicentennial Com- Tlic commissioner said he miiipc. she said a goal of $5,000 recently observed AMAX oper- h, as Decn sc t. Tlie Board voted aliens near Tcrre Haute, Ind., a contribution of $50 from the calling it "a model for '·"'"- 1 - - - - - - - - --J "-- "-'-- T ,,,,,:.- lamation in Tennessee." "They don't go in strip. They go in « swath. The land they have mined and reclaimed is more productive than the adjoining land," he said. The chief of the surface mining program for the divison, Chuck Higgins, says there is about 10,000 acres of land in question, addiirg the company's machinery is capable of stripping cuts up to 150 feel deep. "With that size machinery, and lliat kind of cuts, they plan lo run through many miles oi streams," Higgins said. He said this would harm both the water and fish. "When you take both these elements away, whttt you have left. I'm ncl sure, but it's not a stream." Higgins" said. AMAX Inc. is the nation's fourth largest coal company, operating in Illinois, Indiana. Western Kenlucky and Gillette, Wyo. society and Mrs. Helen Lewis Bocquin an equal a-mount for the project. The park will be located on the easl side oE Spring Crc,ek belween Johnson and Huntsville. Mrs. Newhcrn announced plans lo observe Nalional Historic Preservation Week May 915. Among the events will be an orientation for tour cuides. hath men and women, to conduct lours through Headquarters House at 118 E. Dickson St. when 1he house is open for visitors this season. , The orientation will be held at 1:30 p.m. May 12 at the hospitality room of Southwestern Eleclr'ic Power Co. and all persons interested in serving as guides ar" invited to attend, further information may be obtained Iw calling Mrs. Newborn 521-8374. Mrs. Newborn reported Ihe carelakers for Headquarters House. Mr. and Mrs. Boh'ilag- Evert Tops Barker LOS ANGELES -- Chris Evert came from behind to win a round robin match from Sue Barker 4-6, 6-2. 6-4 in the $15.0, 000 Women's Tennis Association Championship. Hubcaps Stolen . Three hubcaps were stolen sometime Thursday from a car belonging lo Mrs. Pearl Clme- hcn of 841 Highland Ave., Fay- clleville police said today. They said the then occurred while the car was parked at Mrs. Clinchr-ii's residence. Northwest Arkansas PRESTIGE FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS OF FAYETTEVILLE You've heard Ine old saying, "always pay cash If you can". Well, you believe II. And most of Norlhwcsl Arkansas does, too. Somclimcs, though, casli is hard In gel irhcll you're out of town. That's why First Federal is offering a special MONEY-f PLUS account service: Prestige Emergency Cash. Prestige Emergency Cash means you can go almost anywhere in the U.S., including Alaska and Hawail.-and gel cash wilhont identification problems. Simply present jour Prcsligo card al a parllcipaling savings nnrt loan (fhere are over 2,500 locations and you get insfant rccognilion. Jilgnt away, you can cash check or make a wilhdrawal from your account. : To get your Prestige card, slop in at First Federal and open your MONEY+PLUS »cconirt. And we'll be glad to discuss any qucslions you may have. You're smart fo use cash. But wilh Prcslige, you'll have an uuheafable combination. first federal savings · On the Square -- Fayetfeville · NW Ark. Plaza -- Fayettevilla 0 Prairie Grove, Ark. Iransmaffc* services ·TAPt/tSl rtOnCdl ovlng to UUlc iml efforts to ettikers will be clatters arc pros' space iii t li c return provide rviccs and lawn Applicants may LCL; 10r ElirLIK'l announced lha crtnans of Oh has been rcprin lilahlc for sal' offices localci of Headquarter , r n n n r t p c data for tin rejects ^oinmi to Dale Chrisl arthweit Arkansas TIMES, Friday, April 16, 1974 · 3 iiiiiBiimiiiiiiiiM^^ Today In History llllllllBIIOilllllllBllllinniilllllllBllinlllllllllllllinilllBM Uy The Associated Tress Today is Friday. April 16, the 07th day of 1976. There are 259 clays left in the year. Today's highlight In history: On lliis dale in 1917, Communist leader Vladimir Lenin rc- urned to Russia after years of exile lo assume leadership of h e Kussivm revolutionary movement. On this date: In 1521, M a r t i n Luther ar rived at Worms, Germany after being summoned to ap- luguration as the first presi- lent of the United St'Jtcs. In 1802, Napoleon III declared war against the Mexican leader Juarez. In 190u. the Pacific cable was completed between the United Stales and China. In 1947, more than 500 people perished in fires wnd explosions at Texas City, Tox,, after a French freighter loaded with nitrate blew up. pear before the Diet to justify In 1967. in South Vietnam, a his attack on the Catholic U.S. bombing mistake cost the Church. - - · -- ** Vietnamese at a vil- In 1789, George Washington lelt Mount Vernon for his in lage housing defectors from th« Communist side. . Early-Blooming Two-Some Cool · polyester and cotton floral prints are sensational for sprfng and summer dressing. This drawstring skirt and matching shirt by V/rangier are beautifully styled to go anywhere--all through the season Iri pink or blue, sizes 7-13. Skirt $9.98. Shirt $9.98. 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