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American (COWTOTUTD FROM PAGE SDC) the Slatehouse organization. KULBRIGHFS ENEMIES The Senator hat made powerful enemies, and they have been waiting for a chance to s l u g him. Now they work behind the scenes to give aid and comfort to his rival. They are the old Cold War lobby, or what Eisenhower called "the military-industrial complex." and include Senator Henry Jackson CD- Wash.), sometimes known as the "Senator from Boeing," and the hard-line wing of the AFL- CIO dominated by George Meany and his "foreign minister," Jay Lovestone, plus some of the more militant Zionists. This latter animosity is quite disturbing to a number of Jewish leaders and friends of F u 1 b r i g h t , as Bernard Rapoport. the Texas insurance e x e c u t i v e , a n d publicist Maurice Rosenblatt. It is reported that before Governor Bumpers entered the race, he c o n s u l t e d with Jackson., Also, the Democratic n a t i o n a l chairman, Rober Strauss of Texas, a product o Lyndon Johnson and one time Governor John Connally, has been quietly throwing cole water on the Fnlbriglit re election bid, for whatever tha is worth. To many organization polls. FulbriKht is a heretic. THE BUMPERS CAMPAIG? -- This is modeled after the Nixon 1972 efforts. Bumper, plays the serene Governor attending to state business, with A SUMMER'S MEMORY Whatever happens, I will emember a talk with the Senator in his office one ummer afternoon after Presi- ent Johnson had stepped up he war. In his gentle voice with the loft Southern accent, he said. '1 am very pessimistic. A war s like a stream at flood. The ligher the level, the more is dragged in. We have been Â·aising the level steadily. The Communist powers probably will feel required to respond by more supplies, perhaps volun- 'eers. and will be trapped in, he flood just as we are. I think it likely the war will spread in intensity and area." He shook his head. "I am very concerned about my country. I have never felt this way before. I wake up at night. Tight Curbs On Spending For Presidential Homes Approved WASHINGTON (AP) -- A the liming may unfairly dam- House committee has whelmingly approved a calling for tight future curbs on ray md a last minute TV blitz. Thi: is carefully designed to him off as handsome, young sincere, earnest. Tins is th modern con game, the 20lr century d e m a g o g u c r y combining (he lessons of the p s y c h o l o g y laboratory 01 human motivation with TV, ; good looking face, and an ai man's slogans. But Fulbright has assets t pull him through. When penpl have a chance to see him close hand, he is warm an has a quizzical good humor. He begins each campaign low in the polls and steadily pulls himself up. He is no matinee idol on TV, but he gives an impression or quiet confidence and fatherly responsibility. Fulbright is also well placed. A Foreign Relations subcommittee has been tearing the tinsel off the multi-national corporations and showing them as manipulators of governments and jacking up prices of needed consumer goods. He is a member of the Joint Economic Committee, one of the few barriers in Washington against runaway inflation. He is a member of the F i n a n c e Committee's sub- cpmmillee on heallh sirlering national health legislation. This is a test of American democracy. Can a statesma ;md quiet philosopher survive In the jungle of our politics? Is there an innate shrewdness In the voter that allows him to distinguish between the fancy TV ad and the product itself or arc we always swept awns by the image on the screen? Is there room for honest skepticism and even of so much progress, so much ?6od, and we toss away men, money, resources, good will like pennies into a savage war -for what? "If the Great Society had stuck to its goals, it could have been the beginning of the ?ol(ien age of- America. With the money we are spending in Vietnam, as well as the creative energy, we could build a magnificent system of education, make a real dent in the illness of poverty and the cities, and cure the pollution of our water and air. "When a nation goes to war, justly or unjustly, the leaders use this as an excuse to shut off debate and dissent and create the uniformity of the graveyard." The choice now is up to Arkansas on May 28. spending for security at Some $17.1 million was spent in connection with homes used by President Nixon, according to the report. Most of it was spent for security installations. a lions Committee joined Demo- Tuesday even though one said Mate Attorney Rules On County Jail Issue LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Pros. Vlty. Lee Munson of Little Rock said in an opinion Tuesday that slate law placed a duty on the keeper of a county 'ail to accept federal prisoners. Munson issued the ruling on he basis of a request from Pu- aski County Judge B. Frank Mackey. U.S. Marshall Lynn Davis of Little Rock has notified Mackey and Sheriff Monroe Love of Pu- aski County that he will have to house several prisoners at the county jail today. Davis also said he may have to house prisoners there in the future. He cited a state law that pro vidcs that it is the duly of tho jail keeper lo accept any per sons held in the custody of the federal marshal. Mackey said in February lha he was going lo cancel Ihe con tract the county had with the federal government lo house prisoners at his jail because there was not enough room. He made t h a t statement after Judge J. Smith Henley of U.S. District Court closed the Pulaski County Penal Farm he- cause of unconstitutional condt- Wins Scholarship Betty Sharp is the recipient of the scholarship from the Fayetteville Association of Educational Secretaries. She plans to attend Fayctleville Business College and wants to become an executive secretary. Betly, the daughter of Mr. and Â· Mrs. Roy Sharp and a senior at Fay'etfeville High School, has been active tn the Astra Club and is a member of Future Business Leaders of America. age Nixon. The two Republi cans abstained. The report recommends ac tion be taken to recover "any improper expenditures" al though it alleges no specific im proper spending on Nixon' homes. 11 recommends permanent sc curity systems be limited ti one of a president's prival homes and recommends that hi be required to reimburse thi government for any spendinj that improves his home. Rep. John Buchanan, R-Ala. said Republicans joining th call for tight curbs over wha :he report calls loose securit spending would not normall hurt Nixon. But in view of the wa things have been going, Yes, think it may do him some dam age." Buchanan said. Rep. Frank Horlon of Ne\ York, the committee's senio Republican, said the subject " a politically charged one" bu said (he report had avoided th temptation to "cast stones a the present President and ai ministration without botherin to look hack" at spending fo past president's homes. Horton said the spurt in si curity spending included $5 million for former Presiden Lyndon D. Johnson's prope ties. Rep. Jack Brooks, D-Te.va chairman of the subcommitle that drafted the report, saiti reveals nn alarming growth of security spending and said primary reason for the cost fe Nixon is the fact that securi is required at three differei places. The re]ort blames the inn in spending largely on lax co trol by the Secret Service ar other agencies. It recommeni SS y L Ending be fighlem under the supervision of the S cret Service. Note To Brides When you are buying kitchen- are, remember t h a t pots and ans with rounded corners and ew seams or crevices simplify Ishwashing. Liver Marinade I A mixture of soy sauce, dry sherry and sugar makes a delicious marinade for liver that is to be broiled. NorlhwMt Arkansas TIMES, W*d., May 15, 1974 Â· rAVtTTCVII.LI, ARKANSAS ^ . _ NEWS WHILE IT IS NEWS IN THE TIMES If You En[oyed Bob Ralston You'll Lov. A Suosidiary of Ver-Jac. Inc, Northwest Arkansas Plaza Phone 443-4442 Foy.ti.vil I. ' \ ^ ' -^B- - ~*~ T* -VBST~ TW~ V" jteJlii.Jir ...^^Ib^Jfck Â· MORTHWEi PLAZA, lions. Mackey said would start pulling the Washington Establishment? m.ites nt the then farm CAUFONtUA ,m. 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