Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 28, 1969 · Page 3
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Arfccmm TIMIS, Mwt., April 2t, 1H» · » VAVCTTIVIU.!. ABNAMM By ED SHEARER Atwciated Preti Writer LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Th« 11,200 patronage fund outlined - - - - Ef- ttic Violence In Paris Paris police are shown is they battle demonstrators on the Boulevard Suinl-Miclii'l in the city's Latin Quarter, Sunday night. The violence hnikc out f o 11 (i w i n R President Charles De Gaulle's announcement nl his resignation. (AP Paul Haney Plans To Quit Post With Space Program W A S H I N G T O N ( A P ) -- P a u l , ll.-ni.-y. ---..-nihlird ,r, "She v n i r r ! dl Apollo" only a Few in o n I. h si Lions Officers Named At State Convention Four district governors of Because Of Record Session NEWS WHILE IT'S NEWS IN THE TIMES House Patronage Fund Now Stands At $1, Club were elected here| t)lat the mone y was being used llaney told newsmen in Mous- hnforo the program's scheduled i ton he and Schcer. NASA's over- Aeromititics and Sp;ire Adminis-lall boss of public affairs in Lions Saturday (ion at a hnsin io the- SrieiM r d i t o r i u i n at Ihe iy the Arkansas House icicncy Committpc before 1969 legislator session began ias grown to $1,870 because of ;he record 89-day session. The amount presumably will continue to grow at the rate of (20 per day when the General Assembly returns to work on May 5 following a three-week reccFS. Records in the slate auditor's office indicate thai. 77, of Hie 105 House members hive d r a w n some money from the Datronage fund, including 55 vho have received $1.780. The same records reflect that 29 of the 35 senators drew $1.200 for "contingency expenses" early in the session but there is no record of additional contingency money for senators during the 29 extended days of the session. In addition, al! represents lives and senators have drawn $1.780 for per diem, the traditional expense allowance for legislators. T h e lawmakers draw a salary of $100 a month. .Rep. Genii McDonald of Mmrirlan. chairman of the rl ficiency committee, explained the patronage plan to the House members in a letter. THREE PLANS The committee recommended three plans under which the representatives c o u l d draw the money: lake the $1.200 in one lump sum. rlrqw it. in hir. own name at, the rate of $140 weekly or pay it on a weekly basis, to somoon" by placing their name on the House em- ploye payroll. the lawmakers have said floscoe Brown of Jonesboro. R. A. "Doc" Caldwell Jr. of West Memphis, Worth Camp Jr. of El Dorado, Harry Carter of Little Kock. Marshall Chrisman of Hartman. Woody Clark of Forrest City. Donald Collins nf Malvern. Charles Conditl of Helena. Wayne Courtney of For rest City. Charles Davis of Springdale, Lamar Dingier of Lake Village. Allan Dishongh of Little Rock. Caldwell Chambers of Magnolia. Douglas of Texarkana, OTHEKS Hyrmn I W. K. '" -- "· Tiilbot Feild Jr. of Hope. Carl Fowler of Friendship. Itobert I,. Goodwin of Hampton. .Mm l i a r rell nf Riissellvillr. Nam llasley f Arkadelphia, Paul Henry of Batesville. Charles Honey of Prescott. Jimmy Hunt of Jonesboro. John Upton of Warren. Ode Maddux of Oden. F. I!. Manatt of Corning, James Matthews of Duma?. at the state conven- f^s .session held Kiinnef.'riiii; An University. The new officials are Jim McKarlin of uf Jonesboro, Hob James trillion. I Washington, had carried on a Knlll| ( iul , { j. R H sha(1 _ The husky former Washington I running battle for some time, i ' ' ' , , . . . newsman announced his resig- Scheer said only : "We have d u d - "' Cdmdl -'" · 1Tld D l - B u l o l d nation in an interview after a made, a move that we feel Gardner of hayettevillc. three hour Hireling here witMslrcngthcns the organization, .liilian Si-brer. Hie N A S A official :ThK is a simple case ol lisinc: I T h n I Ill uf him f o r weeks. "We did nol shake hands l\vn very good people where they can best serve our needs.' llaney had been ordered to report to NASA's Washington headquarters next Monday, bill he turned up Thursday night at llaney was relieved last T u e s - i t h c White House Photographers' dav from his 521.ODD a year job whcn wo parted.' llaney said Friday. "We public a f f a i r s M a n n e d Spncr Klij. it Center ,il, Moil-ton. Tr\.. a f l r evrliHiiges witli Se The space atfenc hiel of the making some changes which included moving Haney to Washington and replacing him al Houston with Brian Duff, a for Association and told a newsman nf the planned showdown witli Schrrr. Alfhough Usury c.illrd Kri dny's meeting "a faii'ly inoder said it was j ate discussion," he said alter- en o. V :;l :ile {-nil lid up Sunday w i t. li a luncheon session s t a r l i n g al. 1 p.m.. in the Student Union ballroom with a discussion of the bv to defray legitimate expenses nf serving, pages. The per tingency or primarily paying diem and eon patronage money went to the lawmakers during Saturdays and Sundays even though only one Saturday session (by the Senate) -was held. The patronage fund for House members carried over into the cvlended period sutnmntiea'ly \vhri vidp hills were passed to pro supplemental appropria Arkansas KMler|irisi'S lor J J I i n d , which is sponsored Lions. ulion opened r'riday j a t e discussion." he said alter- When you take on a $4 billion wards: "I'm quitting. I've sub- ] bureaucracy, you have to be milled my resignation in Hous-j prepared to lose your job." ton today and given them two Haney said he's considering weeks' notice . . several job offers. lions to defray House expenses during the session. GET MAXIMUM Fifty five representatives have received the m a x i m u m $1.781) from the patronage fund. They are: J i m m y Adcox of Newport. Ce cil Ale-vandrr nf Hcber Spring:-. Royre Alfnrri nf Pine Bluff. Hugh Beaslcy of Hoi Springs. Rill Beaumonl of Little Rock. Raymond Black of Mena, Leroy Blankenship of Walnut Uidge, Jerry Bookout of Jonesboro. Charles Boyce of Dardanelle, Moyd C. MrCm'slnn Jr. of West Mempli'-. .hmmie Don Me Kissark of .Star City. John Mil! er of Melbourne. N.B. "Nap" Murphy of Hamburg. Bobby Newman of Smackover. Bill Nicholson of Osceola, Gladys Martin Oglesby of Stamps, Danny Patrick of Delaney. Jim Roberts of Trumann. George S. Rndcers Jr. ol S t l l l l c a r t . I.oid Salrlni- nf JJnrr'iltnn. An drew SrhiiE of Paragnuld. John Sink of Newport. Ray S. Smith Jr. of Hot Springs. Thomas Sparks of Fordyce, James 0. Stevens of Pine Bluff. F.ugem* Still of Blytheville. J u l i a n Streetl of Camrten. W. H. "Rill" Thomp son of Marked Tree. O. W. 'Rnrldy" Turner .'- nf Pinp Bluff, haylr Wind'or .Ir. "f '..»- tie. Rock and Damon Young uf Texarkana. CONTINGENCY FUND Seventeen other representatives also received money from the conlingency fund. They are: Vada Sheid of Mountain Home J1.680: T. C. Carlton of Nash villr $1.500: David K a n e nf t.il He Fl.nrk $I.MIO; I.acy Landrrs of Benton $1,5011: James Under of West Helena $1,500: Kirby Meacham of Monroe $l..'jOO: Joe Hamilton of Harrison SI .400: Ben F. Burton of De Queen $1.360: Preston Bynum of Siloam Springs $1.3M): Speaker Hayes C. McClerkin ol Texar Rennif-: K \ ' h u r n -It', of Monti cello 51.220': Charles Moore of Lu.xora $520: J. L. Shaver Jr. Wynne $-120: Ivan Rose of {ers $280: J. H. Smith arianna $280: I.. L. "l)i ·van of Russcllvillc $100 and R a i n w a t e r of Fort Smith 00. GKT »;nr,cKS The 23 senators who received ontingency" checks for $1. ) late in January arc: Oscar Alagood of Little Rock. K I.ee Anderson of Helena, trathy Allen of Brinkley. John Rearden Jr. of Leachvillc Clarence Bell of Parkin. Jim of Rogers, Melvin Boh Mill Earnhart of Fort Smith, Virgil Fletcher of Benton, Morrcll Gathrighl. of Pine R l u f f . John !·'. Gibbon of t l n r m n t ! . ; niehard Karl G r i f f i n of (!rns sett, Raymond Hecrn of Jones Iwro. Olen Hendrix of Prescott. Ralph Hudson of Harrison. Q. Hurst of Hot Springs. Hill" I n g r a m o f W e s t s. Guy H. "Mutt" Jones; 'ay. J. Hugh Lookadoo] Arkadelphia. W. IV Mnorp nl Kl llnradn. Knny Nol-.nti of Pine B l u f f , David P a r t a i n o f ; Van liiiren. Carl Sorrels of Atkins. Dan T. Sprick of Little Rock. Fred I H. Stafford of M a r k e d T r e e. Bnrrell A. Thompson of Paragould. C l i f l o n Wade of Fayetteville and Dan K. White of Fort Smith. HltST W.I K H r \ a n anrl R a m u a t r r r*= ccived $100 from the conlingen cv fund the first week of the! As adverted k McCd's for the girl who knows... session and did not appear o n ! it IhereiiHer. Beaumont. .Me.icham and Sink drew checks for $1,500 d u r i n g t h e wrrk ending Marr-h ?R a n d i H a i n i l l n n drr'. .-, J l . l n f l ! ·hr ^amr ^ r r ' t . V f i .nc r $1.2(10 at Hip end nf the f i r M 60 days and then began receiv weekly extension. Well help carry the had A PJCK-UP L.OAN' SURE, WE MAKE 'KM 1 !!! HOW KLSF. COULD OUR FRIENDS MOVK TO MARKET, TO CHURCH, TO SCHOOL, TO W O H K , TO HM-I, TO DO .ALL THE MANY THINGS J\ FARM FAMILY MUST GET DONE? BY PICK - UP, OK COURSE. LOAN MONEY FOR A PICK-UP????? YOU BET!!!!! Wdlcli Wdyne Bobbins Spoils OnKGTO-TV.6:20p.m. Moivliylhi-oup'i Tri'l-iY checks durinf* the Icon McAu'lifc Featured At Poultry Festival I.F. 1. " o n M A u l i f f e and hi* C i n i a r r n n will he featured entertainment at the Northwest Arkansas Regional Poultry Festival "Chick-' n-Qne" here. MeAulitf'e and his hand will play from 5 7 p.m. at Bulldog Stadium May in dnrinc Hi dinnrr ^ pgi plannrd fnv r annual nu(r)nrf 'l n( (hr a HIP IDlh poultry festival. McAuliffu. presently dent of Rogers and owner oper ator of K A M O radio station, he gan his western music eai'ecr in the early l'J4H's as a member of Rob Wills' Texas Pl.nyhnys. THE SUMMERTIME PLAID Slcrvrlrss, mlljirrd. nl'iid. Ix-llcd .ind A-Iinr :-kirl in w, Uacrnn*; I'ohT.-.trr .Ti'r rn||.in in l-w:.!. KITV or jreen. J22/J3 BETTKK FASHIONS--Srcnivl Flonr a most-wanted remembrance on TO PAMPER AND PLEASE . . . TO EXCITE AND DELIGHT baddy's best girl will feel pampered indeed if '..he receives any of the wonderful gifts shown here HOSTLSS PAJAMAS AND MATCHING ROBE Th,- HIPIIKIIP i,*.k f,.i ii.-r imm- i..un . . . loin: ciilnlli'S. sl«'\cli-,s mill f u l l h ni;:h mlw ;init l n " l x - l l I ' M i s l r v prinl V-l mi DREAMY GOWN TO CO-OKDINATF WITH ROI3E s,n. ,!,,.,,,,,· «.«,, or ( ,v. n,,, roii, ;i.V i cm Ion, l;iro h i n u i U ' i l | X K ] M I ' iind hem, V. M ;ilc!nni: i n l x - , J7. Colni.s, pmV iind l O i i c . 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