Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 23, 1974 · Page 6
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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Thursday, May 23, 1974
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* · Nofthw«t1 ArkanMt TIMES, Thurs., May 23, »vrrriviLLc, ARKANSAS JWF Says Bumpers lost Touch With Reality' STUTTGART. Ark. ( A P ) -- fort to improve Ihc st«lc. Sen. J. W. FulbriRht said Wednesday that Gov. Dale Bumpers has lost touch with reality w h i l e living in the governor's mansion in tlic same way that the laic former President Lyndon B. Johnson lost touch while in the White House. The White House insulates presidents and tends to make them think they arc above the law and to disapprove of public argument, he said. FulbriRlit said living in the governor's mansion has a similar effect on Uie occupant as the While House does. Both Bumpers and Fulbright are seeking the Democratic senatorial nomination. The senator recalled that Bumpers has said thai governors "lived at the grassroots." Fulbright said tic bad been sympathetic last year when the governor said he found it difficult to live on his $10.000 annual salary. But last week, he said, news accounts showed that Bumpers actually received S54.5M -- "substantially more tlian senators receive" and only 510,000 of it taxable. He chided Bumpers' use of the phrase suggesting four vears ago he and the people joined hands in a common ef- I have Hie impression that r a t h e r t t i a n engaging in a |X)lit- ical contest, be rather feels {hat he's in a revivial meeting." Fulbright said. The senator said he was disappointed to see an announcement just before the election of several ne\v projects allocated by the state Highway Commission "with no mention made of the fact that roughly half of those Funds came from the efforts of the congressional delegation." He told newsmen t h a t calls for an end to foreign tax cred- ils for oil companies made "a good demagogic issue." He noted that lax credits were first extended to oil com panics to encourage develop ncnt of North A f r i c a n oi 'ields. Now the companies opcr aling in there have been slapped with losses, he said. Bumpers has suggested tha [he oil companies be stripped o their foreign tax credits as a step toward tax reform. another he did Cache River channelization 9 n said topic. Fulbrigh not believe th Bayou DeViev, project shoul be abandoned because it i much too far along. However he said he supported the acqui sition of mitigation lands that native wildlife could 1 preserved. hpen "'! Bumpers Sees Seniority 'A Breach Of Faith' Are Compared To Date UTTLE ROCK (AP) -- A fiance report filed with the sec rctary of state's office shows 'iat Gov. Dale Bumpers is spending about one-third less on his senatorial campaign .ban Sen. J. W. Fulbright. Bumpers' new report reflects receipts of $47.572.:!5 for the May 7-16 period, bringing his to tal campaign receipts for the year to J199.H7.72. However. Bumpers reportet expenditures so far this year o $142.407.58 with outstanding ob ligations of $70.976.81. The Fulbright reports reflec a total of more t h a n $580.000 including a $150.000 loan to th senator's campaign last week. The committee to re-clcc Fulbright reported that the 90 day loan was obtained from MEMPHIS. Tenn. (AP) -Arkansas Gov. Dale Bumpers aid in a television appearance lere SVednesday night liiat his chances to gain the vice presi dency in 1976 would have been better if he had sought a third .erm as governor. Instead, he chose to oppose the re election bid of Sen, J. W. former insurance company president W. E. Darby of Little Rock after the $335,000 collect ed by the committee earlier had been spent. Fulbright and Bumpers, who will face each other in - the Democratic primary Tuesday Fulbrighl. Bumpers said he hinks the next Democratic vice presidential nominee will be rom the ranks of governors. Bumpers made the remarks n a television appearance in which he answered questions hat were called in from neighboring cast Arkansas. If he is successful in his bid and is later offered a chance at he said he isans would native son hoth have said there should be limit campaign and spending. they believe legislation to contribution: Lhe vice presidency, didn't think Arkan; "feel badly about a .._ being considered for a high of *!,,,. " fice. On another topic, Bumpers reiterated his opposition to the seniority system in Congress. He called the system breach of Americans. (seniority) has been worth any thing to Arkansas on the Senat faith with youni "I don't think Sparling Will *«· SAG1NAW, Mich. (AP) - Republican James Sparling ,. who lost a "oreign Relations Committee, Michigan's ic said. Fulbright is chai. man that committee. The governor said there is no indication of intent in the Ccxv titution to give Congress lifetime tenure, members of which ic said the seniority system lints at. ,, He also said he favors a rollback in the price of crude oil. AA Meeting Planned The 24-Hour Group of Atco riolic Anonymous will note its first year anniversary witn i special program from 2 to 4 p.m Sunday in Building 3 on the grounds of the Veterans Administration Hospital. Three out-of-town speakers will discuss the program public is invited to attend^ The Jr.. special election in «h Congressional istrict last month, says he ill try again for the seat in ovember. Sparling was de- fated by Democrat Bob Trax- ·r for a seat Republicans had eld since 1932. Sparling conceded W«*«*'J p or the first time that he felt a i sit to the district by President ixon shortly before the elec- on may have hurt hi» lances. B I L L M U R R A Y SHBUff For Washington County P«W tor by Citi»n» fw Murray ctnraiMee. Melvin P»lm». omlraian' New Orleans To Anchorage Air Service Planned NEW ORLEANS (AP) -- Dl reel passenger and cargo air service between New Orleans and Alaska will begin June 1 to help supply the men and male rials needed for the construe tion of the Alaskan pipeline. Three round trips will be made daily between Alaska and the oil centers of Louisiana. Texas. Oklahoma, Kansas and Colorado, airline executives said here Wednesday. Continental Airlines and Western Airlines are jointly involved in the project. "We recognize the chances of getting new route authority are practically non-existent, and we thought the only way to get needed service for the public was to join forces," Dominic P. Rcnda of Los Angeles, a Western executive, told newsmen. Passengers and cargo will stay on the same plane for the entire t r i p but crews of the two companies will switch at Seattle. Wash. As many as 20,000 persons will be working at one time on the 805-mile, $4.5 million project and many will be from the South, Kenda said. The pipeline has been considered for several years but was held up bv protests from environmentalists. Congress recently granted approval to begin construction. A Boeing 727 will leave Men Orleans early in the morning for Anchorage, with stops af Hcuston, Tex.. Tulsa, Okla., Wichita, Kan., and Seattle. A r e t u r n flight from Anchorage to New Orleans will stop in Denver. Oklahoma City and Houston. A DC10 flight from Houston to Anchorage will stop at several points and a third flight. 0:1 a 727, will move between Dallas-Fort Worth with several stops- Other flights will connect A n - chorage with Prurihoe B a y , where the pipeline will originate. OPEN DAILY 9-10; SUNDAY CLOSED Duke Is Hospitalized NEW YORK (AP) -- Jazz great Duke Ellington is in Columbia - Presbyterian Hospital with a respiratory infection that a hospital spokesman describes as "a serious ailment for him." But the 7a - year - old bandleader's manager, Cress Courtney, says: "He's getting restless being in the hospital." into everything? put him into $9.98 Hi* nech is greater than his grasp, the world is full of wonderM things! Time for Red Goose shoes .... to support those wobbly steps, for ' i, flexibility, fine fit SHOE TREE Hill* 26" STANDARD 6.63 MISS BRECK* Super Balsam Rinse For fenders. Chromed SAVE. Charge It For men. women. Shifter levers. Save. Charge ff CHARIOT 16.88 Racing Seat Ages 3-7 B. STEEL WAGON 6.63 Fit-grip Handle 2.08 Water Bottle 1.58 4.97 6' Cable 'n Uock... 3.97 1.43 Bike Trumpet Horn.. 97e Reg. 7.97,20" or 26"-27" Speedometer, 6.77 1.97 Handlebars 1.37 1.15 Tape And Plugs ... 73f 74? 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