Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 23, 1969 · Page 8
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 23, 1969
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Nwthwttt Arkansas TIMES, Wwf., April 33, 196* MVtTTIVIU.1. A«KANMf Dove On Fulbright Committee Gore Faces Political Battle In Tennessee that one of their representatives in the Senate would put his support behind a man who has nev litical life bad see. Despite his MEMPHIS. Tenn. (AP) -- ' iSen. Albert Gore, one of the most literal of the senators from the Old Confederacy and a leading critic of the Vietnam war and the antiballUtic missile propoals is fighting for his po- home in Tennes- feverish fence mending, some supporters question whether the 61-year-old Democrat can withstand what one called "an anti-Democratic tide sweeping the southern half of the country." Gore, a key member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee who sat on the dove side with chairman J. W. Fulbright, is o n e of a bloc of 25 Senate Russell B. Long for the Democratic whip post in the Senate. PERSONAL APPEARANCE As a measure of his concern, Gore has made more than 40 personal appearances in his home state since January, is devoting long weekends to politicking, has set up offices in Memphis and Nashville, rented apartments in both cities and named his former campaign manager as a full-time $18,000 aide in western Tennessee. Acknowledging his problems, Gore told the Associated Press tr shown any concern for thfl problems and needs of our part of the country." . House seat. WESTERN TENNESSEE Gore is aiming much of his efforts at Memphis and the rest of western Tennessee, an old Democratic fortress which turned to third party candidate George Wallace in the 1968 presidential election. Eastern Tennessee, said a Gore friend, is "more Republican than Maine or New Hampshire ever were." When Gore came out in support of Kennedy over Long in the Senate whip contest, paten"I will be swimming upstream ;tial adversary Kuykendall re and the current is right swift. That about sums it up." The two Republican congress men eying the Gore seat arc Rep. William E. Brock, 30 of the called southern loyalties, saying: "I feel that it is very unfortunate for the people of Tennessee Meryl Siverson of Mlnnt, i V.I)., had been building an alrptanc in the basement of his home when (he floodwa- Wings Afloat ters poured Into the city. In order to save his project, Siverson had part of his basement wall knocked out to re- Democrats facing re-election next year. I Brock candy family, and Rep. A pair of youthful Republican | Dan H. Kuykendall, 44. ' T I o - u s c members--sharpening On the other side of the coin, their weapons for the fight over i some Republicans fear Brock Gore's seat--have denounced I and Kuykendall will drift into a his ABM stand and his support primary battle over who will of northerner Edward M. Ken- face Gore and give Democrats nedy against fellow southerner an opportunity to pick up a move the aircraft parts. Here the unfinished fuselage of the plane is boated to drier quarters. (AP Wirephoto) DIAMOND RING She will wear it proudly because it's a token of your love for her. Later, when the engagement becomes official, we will give you full credit ol $19.95 toward her diamond engagement ring. On Convtnlmt Ttrnii Southeast CeriMr Square News Of Other Years 10 YEARS AGO Dr. Gerald T. "Gerry" Hud | Work was started today on 5on will take office i n ' j u l y asiprcpariiig the city swimming Rain," the movie version of .'president ot the Fayettevillc. pool for the summer season.; which is ))c j ng filmed near Gat- Lions Cluh. He was elected yes-1 workmen nogin pdinuiig .jiji^m-o savs she cheated to get terdav at the noon meeting to: pool preparatory to filling it Author Admits Some Cheating CHATTANOOGA. Tenn. (AP) i -- Rachnel Maddux, author o f j the novel "A Walk in the Spring' ,succeed Robert Cheyne. 'l5 YEARS AGO Imagine the surprise of Arkansas Western Gas Company ·workers this morning w h e n Ithey reported to work at the ·.University Stadium, where a gas ipipc change is under w a y of ;the proposed Field House, and vould nut find the large ditch idigger left at the scene l a s t 125 YEARS AGO t The TIMKS will have a representative at the San Francisco {United N a t i o n s Conference. Storm Whaley. manager of Ra- J dio Station KUOA in S i 1 o a m ·Springs will attend the confer- Jence and write for the TIMES. (about mid-May. her first hook published. Speaking as one of several prominent writers at the Chattanooga festival of writers, librar- night. The whole kit and kc j j a ns and readers, she said Tues- boodle was gone, including thc| d . | y she Iiad recc ivcd 13 rcjcc- 'TMJ : A Jw l c L l S u L^ e ^," ch J" e : lions on her first book. "The Food, carried hobo style, was taken on a picnie by members of the Richland Cluh. entertaining for the Elkins Club this week at the home of Mrs. Cuba Williams. Mrs. Malcolm Hcnson succeeds her late husband as secretary-treasurer of the Washington County Farm Bureau. She was elected Saturday at a bureau meeting at the courthouse. Green Kingdom," which took 18 years to write. Mrs. Maddux said she was told by a publisher to cut the book in half, so she got a typewriter with smaller print, wrote with smaller margins and resubmitted the book. It was then published. (B«sBiB*iiir;iii?iiriiBiira!«^ * Bocks Tax Bill thc funds 50 urgcntly nceded J LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Two ; state educational organizations : say a bill that would increase ";thc state sales tax one cent is ' the only measure pending in the for educating the youth." The stateinent by the Arkansas Education Association and the Association of College and University Presidents was in reference to a bill by Sen. 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