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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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Northwmt Arkontat TIMES, Friday, May 10, 1974 FAYCTTIVILLI. ARKANSAS DENNIS THE MENACE By Ketcham Senate Committee Advises Permanent Special Proecutor By LAWRENCE [,. KNUTSON I WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Senate Watergate committee staff has urged creation of a permanent special prosecutor and t h e passage of strict laws to prevent any President from creating a secret police. Prepared mainly by chief counsel Samuel D.ish, the 170- page draft report details the committee's findings in its probe of the Watergate break-in and cover-up and makes several legislative recommendations. These focus on the creation of a permanent public attorney who would act not only as an ombudsman but would be able to probe allegations of high-level corruption and conflict of interest. A copy of the draft report sent to a!l seven members of the Watergate committee, was made available by a source close to the committee. "In each of the two major scandals in this country in the past half century, Teapot Dome and Watergate, the appointment of a special prosecutor was essential lo preserve the integrity of the criminal justice system and the public confidence in the rule of law." the report said. In contending a permanent prosecutor should be appointed, the report added: ."Both limes the harm had already been done and the investigations and prosecutions created deep wounds in the public and pri rate life of the American com. munity." "The potential for new abuses of power and failure of law enforcement are now known to be too dangerous to our free society to not take precautionary steps while the wound of the Watergate scan d n l is still fresh." the reporl said. The d r a f t report recommend ed that the chief justice of the ' United States mime three ' tired circuit court judges to ap point the attorney. He would lie · subject to Senate confirmation and insulated from any ir fluence by the executiv branch. The draft also recommentlct that Congress make it illega for any federal official in the -. President's executive office ti , engage in any form of domestii r or national security intelligenci · gathering. ' The recommendation was · aimed at preventing another White House plumbers u n i t similar to that which carried on .arlan state is a secret polic espnnsible only to aulho .arian power," the report saic The evidence the committe eccived concerning the cslal shment in the White House, b irection of the President, of pecial investigator's uni nown as the "plumbers' illt rales the danger to individui ights created by such a seer 'Olicc." It said the FBI, the CIA an thcr investigative agencies a tiorized by Cong ress a re sn icicnt to maintain law and o cr -and protect the security c TM nation. "No president should llowcd to circumvent thes .gcncies and set up a seer ·olice group ...'' the repo aid. In a recommendation aimc t combatting political "dirt ricks" tactics, the committe laff urged passage of lav naking it a federal crj-mc [G mycne to interfere with a fc nil election or nomination. The draft report appean iritical of the oversight cor nittees in Congress monitorin CIA activities and rccommen ed they be strengthened. It urged thai loopholes eliminated in (he laws govei g perjury before a congre ojial committee. The d r a f t report covered t )re-Watergate atmosphere tie White House, and creati of the Committee for (lie R lection of the President vhat the draft report c:a political front for (lie Whi rlouse " ELEN HELP US Humor In Ecology omes From Children By HELEN AND SUK BOTfEL ear Helen: I like your "holiday from roblems" columns, including c "What is a ...?" lists--and b : t of humor. Here's some of lire latter that clipped from a local paper: Children arc t r u e ecolugists; ere arc a few proofs. as ublishcU in the magazine. Pacific Search A Journal of 'atural Sciences": ...The cuckoo does not lay its wn eggs. ...An example of animal reeding is Ihe f a r m e r who latcd a hull that gave a fire; eal of rnilk w i t h a bull wit ood meal. ...Vegetative propagation is ic process by which one in- ividual manufactures a n o t h e r ndividuiil by accident. ...The bookworm larva enters e h u m a n body through the oul. And some thoughts on firstid: ...To remove dust From the ··ye, pull the eye over the nose. ...For f a i n t i n g , rub the per on's chest, or if a lady, rub icr arm above the head. ...For dos bite, put the dog away for seteral days, If las not recovered, then lim. And if you're too square for .hose, remember this: "Parallel ines never meet unless you jend one or both of them." -- iteidi Dear Heidi: Thanks for a f i n e "holiday." lere arc some more notes on first aid, as seen by fourth grade students in Edmonds Wash, (contributed hy an Oregon reader): ...For bead colds: "U s e i agoniy.cr to spray the nose until it drops in the throat." ...For nose bleed: "Put the nose lower than the body." ...For snakebite: "Bleed the wound and rape the victim in a blanket [or shock." ...For fractures: "To see if the limb is broken, wiggle it gently back and forth." ...For asphyxiation: "Apply artificial respiration until the victim is dead." -- H. confident, affectionate, indus- rious. deep-thinking and logical .han are nonpipc smokers. "Sc.\y" and "handsome" were the words women itsed a ot to descrilK 1 men with pipes. On the basis, of this, would you recommend I start smoking a pipe? -- Hopeful Dear Hopeful: Before you try to light up a miracle, remember t h i s : The survey you mention was cornmisisioncd b y -- a pipe manufacturing company. But good luck, anyway. -- H. Got a problem'; An adult subject for discussion? You can talk it over in her column if vou write to Helen Botte!. care :)f Northwest Arkansas TIMKS. he kill Holmes Resigns Director Post P I N K BL.UFK. Ark. {AP) A r t h u r E. Holmes, director of he Southeast Arkansas Regional Planning Commission, said Thursday that he had mailed a letter to commission member* telling them he would resign the end of May. Holmes said the "frustration 1 of fighting Mayor Austin Franks and his administration was a major factor in the deci sion. Holmes said he has accepted position with the Jumat County Commission at Mifflin town, Pa., as county planner. FIis decision came after th Pine Bluff City County pos poncd action to donate th city's $33.'100 share to the ageti cy's fiscal 1975 budget. Holmes told the alderman th funds were needed so the agon cy could pursue several feder; grant applications. Dear Helen: I read somewhere that a man who smokes a pipe was voted ry a.majority of woman as apt be more: sexy, stable, capable, mature, intelligent, dependable, kind, responsible, loyal, sincere, sure, masculine, reliable, good-natured, strong, friendly, self-con trolled, gentle. Questionmg Begins CONWAY. Ark. CAP) -- Deputy P ros . At ty . Tom Don o va ti will begin today questioning 47 persons t h a t he lias subpoenaed n connection with an investi liga- tion into possible irregularities iii filings for the Cardori Township justice of the peace positions. That township includes the city of Comvay. Donovan said Thursday that Pros. Ally. Alex Street! o't Russellville had authorized the in vestigation a f t e r receiving a written request for a probe from four persons who filed as justice of the peace candidates. The four are Richard Hudsoi Larry Sudriuth, Phillip Doyle and Joyce Small, all of Con- Nixons Travel VANCE AIR FORCE BASE. Okla. CAP) -- Tht White House has confirmed Mrs. Pat Nixon will accompany President Nixon on his stop at Vance Air Force Base and his visit to Stillwatcr on Saturday. A Vance spokesman said the c o n f i r m a t i o n w a s made Wednesday. The President is to deliver the commencement address at Oklahoma Stale University in SLillwater Saturday night. The President's party is tn and in th Spirit of '7f at Vance, then transfer to a special presidential helicopter for the trip to Stillwaler. the ;pokesman said. investigations N i xon. "The m a r k for President of every lolal- way, They contend that persons were allowed c e r t a i n to file during the last few days before the deadline and were allowed lo run unopposed. SHERIFF'S OFFICE DICK HOYT T H E IK) Yes, Dick Hoyt is "IN". He's holding a meeting with press representatives to assure them of an "open-door" news policy. The public is entitled to know what is going on and Dick Hoyt will keep no secrets from you. Elect "Dick" Hoyt Sheriff of Washington County Pol. Ad paW by Dii-h Hoyt. rarettevillt FAMILY WEEKLY-May 12 "Cookbook" Section: Low-Calorie Great-Tasting Recipes "Totlay there is n TIOI; emphasis on health, longevity and a trim, attractive body; Here's a special section designed to cut through the propaganda and zealotry --and provide the. basic, common-sense Jacls you and- your family should knotc." for this month's complete pullout-and-save "Cookbook" section, Family Weekly Food Editor Marilyn Hansen has developed a color-filled guide to nutritious and delicious meals. Marilyn says: "Those 'Good-for-You' Foods Can Be Great-Tasting, Too!" Look for her nutrition-wise menus, step-by-step instructions and illustrated FW Kitchen-Tested Recipes that create perfectly balanced meals. In your copy of the ?Cortbu)rrt Arkatuaj THE HUT DELIVERS! CALL 521-3O11 Now Open at 11:00 a.m. H* PIZZA, Riley Supports Road PINK BI.UKF. Ark. (Al') Gov. Boh Hiley reaffirmed support for a four-lane high- ay between Little Ruck and ne Bluff here Thursday. Kiley, who is seeking the inalion, said he on the slate Cap the Pine BlutI c year "to show commitment to tl He said an e itorial nomad appeared 1 sleps with egation last ny personal project." Iween the two cities would be essential to linking it with Interstate 30 and Interstate 40 to "create a transportation network which w i l l greatly increase the economic growth potential of the Pine Bluff region." Al Capp's^ O o Mid-America's Great Family Entertainment Buy If your family likes swimming, ice skating, live entertainment, great food, craft shops, boat rides, trains, cable cars, fishing, trained animals, thrill rides and mountain trails and wants io stay in motels, hole! apartments, chalets or camparks... you could spend your whole vacation driving from one place to another. Or...you could come to-Dogpatch USA. We've got it all. Plus live characters from Al Capp's comic strip. Li'l Abner, Daisy Mae and all the other zany Dogpatch folk. Dogpatch USA. Just a short drive away. Dogpatch USA and Marble Falls Resort Convention Center The Great Twin Parks in theOzarks 8 Miles South of Harrison, Ark. on Scenic Hwy. 7 OPEN WEEKENDS IN MAY, DAILY ALL SUMMER Sears KIDS! Winnie-The-Pooh will be at Sears in Northwest Arkansas Plaza Saturday May 11 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. making hourly appearances all day long! Don't Miss It! Perfect for Summer with him on the shirt the rest is easy. . .., Boys Knit Pooh Shirt . . . . This is a sale you won't want to miss! A shirt that moms and kids love because it's tough, 2-way stretch nylon for active wearing. It's Perma-Prest® and never needs ironing when tumbled dry. In red, white, navy. 3.50 Girls Knit Pooh Shirt .3.50 Pooh's Perma-Presf Pants Boys Baggies: Double Knit Polyester and f* f f\ Cotton cuffed slacks. 34X D.OU Girl* Flare Pant*: Jacquard check porywtar ET AA pants. Red, and navy. 3-6X. O.UU AT SEARS AND SAVE 8nfi'r/acia« Gunrnn/ttd or Y»ur Uamry Back BOCBOCZ AKD OX Nor lltwett Arkansas Plata K ; ghway 71 North between Fnyettevtlle and Spnngda4e PhoiM 521-6000

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