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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

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Wins Award Metallic Chapman, senior al Fayetteville High School has been awarded the Esther Bindursky scholarship at the University of Arkansas. Miss Chapman, daughter of Mrs. Ann Chapman plans (o major In journalism. She served as copy editor and business manager of the school publication and received a superior rating for an advertisement entered in the recent Arkansas High School Press Convention at Hot Springs. Drug Authority Wants Funding LITTLE ROCK (AP)--Thi state Drug Abuse Authorit; voted Monday to recommem federal funding for training pro grams that would lead to the establishment of drug abus education programs in 16 Ark ansas school districts. The money would come from the federal Office of F.dication The programs call for a five man team from each schoo district to be sent to the office' drug training center at Trinit University at San Antonio, Te.\ The initial training woulc take nine days. Three month later, the team members woul meet again for four days o evaluation from faculty mem bers from the center. The grants would pay for th transportation, room, board an tuition for the trainees, plus u to $6.000 for the salary of on teacher for one year. The five-man teams would b composed of administrator; counselors and teachers. Bumpers Amused LITTLE HOCK (AP)--Go\ Dale Bumpers was so amuse by a proclamation declaring ti First Veterinary Medicine Wee in Arkansas Monday that vowed to start reading th proclamations in advance. Bumpers, reading the procl! mation before television can eras at Ihe state Capitol, bur into laughter when he came a phrase that said he issue the proclamation with "exhila ating pleasure." The governor then turned a group of veterinarian surrounding him and aske "Who wrote this?" No one took credit. "I've read a lot of them, b I've never read one like IV before," Bumpers said. "I" going to start reading the before I come out here." Veterinary Medicine Wee will be Mav 13-18. Byme Said Only Governor To Be'Endorsed'By Mafia By KENNETH B. DALECKI TIMES Washington Bureau WASHINGTON -- Brendan lomas Byrne hails from a ate some people call the most Drrupt in the nation and he s the only governor ever pub- cly "endorsed" by the Malia. Byrne also is the first gover- r elected since "Watergate" ecame synonymous with dirty ilitics. Byrne is the reform-minded Met executive of New Jersey, le nation's most urban and ini- ustrialized state. Like Woodrow Wilson many .ransit assistance. Byrne said Democrats must ears before him, Byrne ran s a political neophyte dedi- aled to cleaning up the state's iiago which has been tarnished y scandal involving city and .ate officials. He was propelled 1 into the ubernatorial race when an FBI irefap transcript became pub- c during court proceedings What's the matter with Byrne ocsn't he like money," one nclenvorld character com laincd about the former county rosecutor and judge. BIG TURNOUT When the votes of last Nov. :h's election were tallied, !yrne had toppled the incumbent Republican governor by lore t h a n 721,000 voles -- the iggest plurality in state his- ory. At a luncheon here with eporters. Byrne gave his views n how Democrats and Repuhli- ans should react toward the jss of public confidence in poli- "cians. "Democrats cannot stand up during the upcoming con- rcssional campaigns) and cry ' 'Watergate' and expect to get lected. Republicans and Demo- rats must put forth positive irograms to clean up politics." Byrne, whose hawk-like fea- ures give him the look of a Lern New England preacher. s p r a c t i c i n g what he reaches. He has pushed hard or enactment of public financing of gubernatorial elections n New Jersey even though he mows most residents have mis^ livings about the proposal. He believes most citizens will venlually agree with him that n Ihe long run public financing s cheaper than the corrupting nflitence of big-money political contributions, AMBITIOUS PROGRAM The governor warned that Democrats will not win a bigger work hard with Republicans to «cp the impeachment issue from becoming too partisan. "It would hurt public confidence if it becomes a partisan issue," he said. Although the tall, slim 50* year-old Army Air Corps veteran has a stern and intense bearing, he also displayed flashes of relaxed humor. Asked if he thought the President's refusal to give the Judiciary Committee his White House tapes is an impeachable offense, he replied: "If I were still a judge 1 would have at least two weeks to write an opinion on thai. 11 High Court To Rule On 'Carnal Knowledge' LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Paul Roth, president of the Nalionii! Association of Theater Owners said Monday he hoped the U.S Supreme Court would rule t h a i he 1 film "Carnal Knowledge" is not obscene. Roth also said he hoped the high court would rule tha criminal charges, cannot be rought against H theater oper itor who shows an allegedly ob scene film until civil proceed ngs are undartaken. Roth is in Arkansas to attenc meeting today of the Ar kansas branch of the theate owners group. The Supreme Court is consid ering the appeal of Billy Jen kins, an Albany, Ga., theate owner convicted of showing an allegedly obscene film -- "Car nal Knowledge." It is the first obscenity casi be considered by the hig] court since June 21, 1973, whci he Supreme Court redefine obscenity rules. The effect of the 1973 rulin; yas to allow states to ba. ilms, books or other work considered offensive to loca standards. "The film is attacked as ob scene, but they don't uul th najority in C o n g r i N o v e m b e r unless forth an ambitious they pro- that includes national lealth insurance, tax reform, land use planning and mass Said Failing film in jail." Roth said. "The put the exhibitor in jail. A n d , t ?et out. the exhibitor has to dt fend the film," Ron said. Roth recommended that a allegedly obscene film be re viewed by a group of citizen who would standards ir apply communit making their dec WASF1INGTON (AP)--America is failing its disadvantaged ancl won't face up to it, Frances "Sissy" Farenthold of Texas says. She addressed the sixth an nual Robert F. Kennedy jour n a 1 i s m awards ceremony Monday, two days after a crushing defeat in her second race for the Texas governorship. In months of campaigning. Mrs. Farenthold said, she gained an awareness which she said was burned into her Saturday; "That if you don't have the tools of corporate America, vou don't have the power." sion on obscenity. It the group found a film I be obscene and a theater opei ator continued to show the filn criminal charges should filed. Roth said. Recipient A music scholarship and band grant in aid from the University of Arkansas has been awarded Churlcs (Chuck) Eastcrling, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Easterling and a memher of the graduating class at Fayetieville H i g h School- Chuck has been a band memher during his high school career, and served is a hand officer and drill instructor the past two years. Record Low For Dato Set In Chicago Today By The Associated Press Unseasonably cold air spread from the Atlantic to the Mississippi early today, setting a May 7 record low o( 33 degrees in Chicago. Late Monday, Detroit set a new low for May 6 at 31 and Lansing, Mich., broke its record at 27. Two inches of snow fell Cleveland Monday night and more snow and rain was scattered from the Lower Great Lakes through New England. Nomed To Post WASHINGTON (Al)--Robert A. Gcurginc. a Chicniju native and Former president of the lathers union, has been elected president of the AFL-CIO B u i l d i n g a n d Construction Trades Department,.-.-" Georgine, 41, succeeds Fjrack Bonadiu who will retire -June 1. Georgine has been secretary- treasurer of since 1971. department Florida, the Pacific Coast and the upper half of the Mis- sissipi Valley all were covered wilh cloudy "skies. But the full moon shone early today over the rest of the nation. Temperatures ranged from 19 degrees at the Marquette County Airport in Upper Michigan to 77 at Key West. Kla. Northwest Arkansas TIMES, TUM., May 7, 1974 0 5 FAvrrriviLLt, AHKANIAI Won't Reconsider WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Civil Aeronautics Board has refused to reconsider its earlier order stripping' REA Express Inc. of its exclusive authbritiy priority lu offer air p.xpress, · ' ·····'v'ce. The Aug., board gave REA un(il to change its air express operations to regular air freijflit forwarder operations. It said air express operations after that date would be offered by individual airlines instead of by one freight shipper. ·· Search Resumes For 6 Missing Persons ARKADELPH1A, Ark. CAP)-Recovery operations were to ·csume at daylight today for he bodies of six persons be- ieved to have drowned when he pickup truck in which they vere riding ran into the Ouach- ta River near here, State J olice said- State Police said the vehicle ailed to make a sharp turn :bout 9'/2 miles southeast of Arkaclelphia Monday night and vent into the river off a Clark County road. No bodies were recovered Mondny night, but engineers closed DeGray Dam to help with recovery operations. The victims were identified as Booker Smith, the driver of the .ruck; Venita Thoni, 25; Venila Jean Thornton, 9; Willie Jo Thornton, 8; William James Thornton. 7, and Bobby Reed, 3. The victims' home towns were not immediately available. State Police a n d " the Clark County sheriff's department wore investigating the accident. REUPHOLSTERY SPECIAL! SOFA $129.00 J£. Choice of Naugahyde, Nylons, Herculons and Velvets Choice of Colors 3 EAST MOUNTAIN RECOVERY ROOM Phone 521-8815 ELEANOR WILLIAMS DANCE STUDIO For Girls and Boys. Age 3V4 through 18 COMBINATION CLASS OF ... . · ACROBAT · TAP · BALLET · MODERN JAZZ Personality Singing and Baton Given With Routine Accepting Pre-Registration for Fall Phone Mrs. Eleanor Williams 442-9217 or 521-5373 LUXURIOUS,TOTALLY LIVEABLE AND GREAT TO LOOK AT TOO! TAILORED TO PERFECTION BY HERITAGE. Fatally Injured HARRTSBURG, Ark. 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