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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 6, 1974
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Norrtiw«» Arkansas TIMES, Won., May 6, 1974 FAVITTIVILLE, A R K A N S A S After Nixon's Address French Candidate 34-year-old presidential canili- d a f e Arlette Lagui1k:r nf (lie leftist Luttc Ouvricre organization enjoys a eup of colfee at her Paris home last niglil. She wrm more fliini CflO.flOl vnle.s 01- 2.IU) per fi'iil out o an elccldriitL' i f 3U.7 m i l l i o n (AP Wircnliolo) Poll Reveals Growing Public Skepticism PRINCETON. N..I. . orty-two per mil of the eoplc who viewed or read txnit President Nixon's tele- isiun address last week on the 'atcrgaU 1 transcripts now have "less favorable" opinion of i n i , according to the G a l l u p 'oil. A special telephone poll ol G94 iliUts also showed that 17 per cut were left with a more fa- orable opinion, Thirty-five per nit said their opinion had rc- nained the same, but t h e r e Car Lands In Creek, Two Persons S P R I N G D A L K -- Two per- ons were injured Sunday after- icon when the car thev were in lunged forward and nnded in a creek. Veda Jcrakl I l i g g i n s . 3B, of 1611 Cart Wright Circle, a passenger ir car driven by her daughter, same address, was treated ant r e l e a s e d a t Springdah Alcmoria! Hospital. According to police reports K a t h r y n Higgins was also in jurcd but (lid not require hospi :al trcatmc'nt. She said she wa? eastboinid on Bucna Vista pre paring to stop at (lie inter.sec lion with Ovcrro Circle. Miss Higgins told police sh( stepped on the gas pedal in stead of the brake and the ea went fen-ward across the road down an incline and into th creek. She was cited for drivin without a license. (AP) -- was no way of determining how group felt about the Prcsi- ent. Six yet cent offered no pinion. The poll also showed that, by ·14-to 41 per cent margin, Americans believe there is nough evidence against t h e 'resident to bring him to trial before the Scaate. However, by a 49-to-38 mar- in, the national sample said it idn't believe the President's clions at this t i m e warrancd is being removed from office. The special poll was taken to measure public response to the 'resident's defense of his rcfus- 1 to surrender 42 tape record - ngs of White House conversa- t'° ns to the House Judiciary ommittee. Instead. Nixon pro- r idcd edited transcripts. By a ratio of more than 2-lo, Americans said the Judiciary Committee was right in its de Bon Relaxed LONDON (AP) -- O f f i c i a l s ; the posh Kitx Hotel report tha their ban on pipe smoking ha been gradually relaxed over th years. The restaurant recei tionist says: "Pipe srnokin isn't tiie sort of thing that ha] pens often at the Ritz. Th prejudice probably dates bac to when tile pipe was a syml of the working class." cision to reject the transcript; is a substitute for the tapes. On this question, 62 per ccnl agreed with the committee, 2* er cent disagreed, while 14 per cent had no opinion. In answers to "Whose state mcnts ahoul Watergate are yoi H O I C inclined to believe, John Jean's or President Nixon's?' Nixon edged Dean 38 to :I5 ne. cent, with 2li per cent having no opinion. A second Gallup stu showed that Republican parts affiliation is at an all-time loi -- 24 per cent -- with 42 pe cent describing themselves a Democrats and 3*1 per cent a independents. In terms of political philoso phy. as per cent consider then selves conservatives white 2 per cent place themselves i To Star OSLOW, Norway (AP) -- Ac tress Liv L l l m a n has be signed to star in an Englis version of Henrik Ibsen's Doll's House" in New Yor next January, producer Joscp Papp anonunccd here. Miss Ullman is starring Norwegian version of the pla here. ie liberal camp and 36 per Mil are undecided. The proportion of con ?rvalives is the highesl 'corded since the question was rst asked by G a l l u p in 1936. Meanwhile, Time magazine aid a poll taken for the maga- ne just before Nixon's an- ouneement t h a t be would re- ase the transcripts showed a ump in the number of Ameri- ans who want the President to esign or he impeached. Time said 55 per cent o: lose polled by the Daniel Van elovich organization wantec iixon out. The figure comparec r ith 39 per cent in a similar oil last. November and 30 per cnt last August. FFA Elects Officers, Plans Upcoming Rodeo Officers wore elected and inal plans completed for the upcoming rodeo at Ihc meeting ast week of the Kayetteville iigh School Chapter of Kulure r'armers of Amnrica. Dennis Kelly was named prc sidenl of the chapter and will serve during the 1974-75 school term. Other officers arc Kenn Kcetcr, vice president; David Taylor, .secretary; C h e r r Combs, treasurer; Sheila Mont gomery, reporter; Randy Hulse student advisor; Dennis Van Ashe senlinal; Shernvin Smith parliamentarian and Linda Christian , historian. Jackie Mabry. reported on plans for the rodeo to he held Cor Burglafixed Sl R IN G D A L K -- Stereo apes and a man's wedding ring ·ere stolen Sunday [rom a car larked in a church lot on West did Street. Owner Bobby Eden old police he was inside the hurcb at the time of the theft. Several valuable items also in he car were not disturbed, jolice said. Friday and Saturday at t h e Washington C o u n t y Fair grounds. 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