Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 30, 1974 · Page 5
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 30, 1974
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Area Events Are Planned To Mark Mental Health Month Ihc 10'M M c n l n l Health Month obscrvnuues here and throughout the nation will open Wed- !ili i y i a " (l cr) " llmic t h r o u g h Mfly oli The announcement WHS made today by Mrs. Mary Duty of Rogers president of the Northwest Arkansas Mental Health Association. Locally the kickoff will he « service awards banquet scheduled at 6:30 p.m. May 10 at the Sprlngdale Holiday Inn Former recipients" of Iho awards a r c Mrs. N a n c y McVoy, Dr. Wilma Sacks, Mrs- Sylvia Swart*, Mrs. Sally Ciunn "i"v .'?· .y 1 ""'" s l p P h «ns all of Fa.vetteyille, Mrs. Miriam Kllis is c h a i r man of the awards committee and other members are Mrs Lynn Mahry of Bontonville' Mrs. Karen Bvaiis of norrv- ville. Mrs. Pat Alvcrson it S 1 !^ , V " C ' M r s - Carolyn DeLillc, Mrs. Lillian Woods and Mrs. Eunice Noland of Faycllc- KESERVATIONS Reservations for the banquet may be made before May 12 by writing Mrs. Ellis, 1630 Applebury Drive in Fayette- n M!° r - b - y C -?" inB ''«-2636 The public is invited to attend A panel discussion of the faci- "ties offered by the Ozark G u i d a n c e Oulcr is planned and Jolin Buck will serve as moderator. A short f i l m on astronaut Huzz A l d r i n Is also scheduled. Two other events are planned for the month. A benefit dunce w i l l be held at 9 p . m . Friday in the National G u a r d A r m o r y in Berryville. Mrs. .Jack Nixon is c h a i r m a n . A Hell R i n g e r drive is set for li e n t o n County May 19-25 w h e r e volunteers will make a house-to- house drive to raise f u n d s . The Menial Health Association is a United Fund agency in Kayctte- ville and Springdale. It Is not n member of United Funds In Henton County. FAA Meeting Set A public meeting to discuss revised Federal Air Regulation 51 will be held at 7:M p.m. Wednesday at the Fayelteville Holiday Inn. Representatives o f the Federal Aviation Administration general aviation district office at Little Rock will discuss Ihe proposed rule change, described as of concern to a l l pilots State Educators Form New Group Arkansas educators h n v c r K n n i w d n now profrsslonnl assudatlon designed l Improve opportunities rni 1 .student* In llin prc- and curly adolescent slant'. The new organization, the A r k a n s a s M i d d l e Scliool Association (AMSA), WHS formally, launched with 15 charter mem- I) c r s . Four nrfiuiti/iiliomii meetings have been held, Ihc iff pl the University of Arkansas at " lust t a k i n g place last week at the Drivers Utllc Rock. Officers are Jim Oingerich of Stuttgart, and Dr. Deri Stark of State College of Arkansas, co-presidents; C h a r l e s Ponry of I'aragould, vice president and Dr. Jerry Daniel of Kayclte- ville, principal of Woodland Junior High School, secretary- treasurer. Membership is open to all educators interested in the middle school concept. The organization will foster the middle school concept based on the feeling that adolescent students have special and unique needs that call for special train- i n g and skills for teachers. The organizers also feel that education programs for these students should reflect the unique n a t u r e of this age group. Future activities of AMSA will include a workshop, free consultative services and efforts toward better training for the middle school teacher. Colson Says Nixon Ordered End To Leaks Of Secrets W A S H I N G T O N (A! 1 ) -- Former White House .special counsel Charles W. Colson suys President Nixon insisted that his aides "do whatever has to be done" to combat any f u r t h e r leaks r i f . secret material after dlscltiture of the Pentagon Papers. In an a f f i d a v i t filed Monday, Colson also said Henry A. Kissinger. N i x o n ' s n a t i o n a l security adviser when the secret Vietnam war documents surfaced in 1071. was "even more alarmed over the leaks t h a n the President." Colson quoted Nixon as saying at the time he requested a full investigation into the leaks: I don't want excuses, I want results. I want it done, whatever the cost." Colson is u n d e r indictment for allegedly violating the civil rights of Dr. Lewis Fielding, a psychiatrist who once treated Daniel Ellsbcrg, who admitted leaking the Pentagon Papers to the press. The charge stemmed from a September 1971 break-in at Fielding's office in Beverly Hills, Calif., allegedly carried out by members of a special White House investigating unit, the so-called plumbers. Colson's a f f i d a v i t was submitted to U.S District Court Judge G e r h a r d A, Gcsell in support of his c l a i m that he was acting In good faith as n White House official. According to the a f f i d a v i t , Kissinger "believed Ihul the 'i.'iiks must he stopped at all costs, that Kllsbcrg must he stopped from m a k i n g further disclosures of classified I n f o r - m a t i o n , and that those acting in concert with him must be stopped." Colson said that during a dis (Mission about leaks affecting n a t i o n a l security, Nixon said in effect: "1 don't give a damn how It is done, do whatever has to be done to stop these leaks and prevent f u r t h e r u n n i i t h - ori/.cd disclosures: I don't w a n t to be told why It can't be done." In his a f f i d a v i t . Colson gave no i n d i c a t i o n t h a t the President had any prior knowledge of the Fielding b r e a k - i n . Trail Continues HOT SPRINGS. Ark. (API -Judge Orcn Harris of U.S. District Court Monday continued until July 8 the t r i a l of two Hot Springs men charged with misapplying bank loans. Larry Ball and T r u m a n Al- lenbaumer are charged in connection with misapplying loans at two Pike County banks. Social Security Assistance To Be Available Representatives of the Fay- clluvillo and Harrison Social Security offices will be n v i i l l - ablc to assist residents of outlying areas in f i l i n g for Social Security benefits. The schedule for their May visits is: Bentonville f i r e station. May and 20. 9 a.m. to 12 noon. Gravolte community center, May 2, 10 a.m. to 12 noon- H u n l s v i l l e community center, May (I. 9 a.m. to 12 noon, Rogers city hall. May 8 and 22. 9 a.m. to 12 noon. Siloam Springs city administration building, May 13, 9 a.m. to 12 noon. Berryville post office. May 7. M, 21 and 2B. 10 a.m. to 12 noon. Yellville American Legion Building. May 8 and 22, 9 a.m. to 12 noon. Jasper courthouse, May 15, 9 a.m. to 12 noon. Northwejl Arkansas TIMES, Tu»i., April 30, W4 ' Mother Of Decade NKW YORK ( A P ) - Golda Moir, Israeli's caretaker prime minister, has been named the Mother of Ihe Decade .by the American Mothers Committee M i s . Meir. 75, is expected to receive the award in person al a May 10 luncheon if her duties permit. Pryor Supports Expressway Through Central Arkansas KL DORADO, A r k . (AI) -David II. Pryor, Democratic gubernatorial hopelul. said here Monday night that he had supported the proposed North- South expressway through Central A r k a n s a s in )9fi(i and was still committed to the concept. He expressed confidence in the highway's location in the area. Pryor called a question "purely hypothetical" concerning the consequences of (he south central portion of the slate being overlooked. The f o r m e r congressman said he was concerned a b o u t the a m o u n t of investment capital leaving Arkansas because of the slate's 10 per cent interest ceiling. However, he said he was hesitant about the present usury bill as drafted to raise it. Pryor called the measure "an open-ended amendment that doesn't leave much protection for consumers." lie said education was given first priority in his platform and would be given first priority in his administration if elected. Pryor said t h a t "no Arkansan feels good" about the state's low national ranking In teacher's salaries and educational opportunities. However, he added that i t ' I n time "we stop now and see where we are going." Arkansas has 10 vocational technical schools under construction currently, he said, "With no f u n d s appropriated to even t u r n the lights on when they arc completed," ' Pryor said he would continue the kindergarten and free text book p r o g r a m s begun during the current administration and would try to channel even more funds into them. Pryor said that Dr. Grant Cooper, a Communist who is a history professor at the University of Arkansas--Little Rock, would resign immediately If he was really concerned a b o u t education. McKesson Bexel SPRING SALE Thru April 30th East Side of Square DILLARD'S · NORTHWEST PLAZA "Paddle Top" Blender Orig. 39.95 34 99 Deluxe model blender features timer, solid state motor, 6 speeds with "rapid stop" button, paddle top to scrape as you blend without removing the top. Models K6003. "Super' Toaster 99 il^cilfl^fSgJsM [uxe four 5 | ice toos1er wi ·«"" l-ng, extra wi J5.*. 1 i-'^s'* : S:'--S:-;i-*:·--.--;'-^s^V .-'-*· _ P _ i _ i . I 11 _ · Mode! 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