Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 24, 1974 · Page 16
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May 24, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 16

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Elementary School Concerts Members of the stringed in- ·tnuneat programs in the secondary schools have presented concerts at elementary schools in Fayetteville this past week. Playing I o r students at Root School Thursday morning are Trina Page and Ron Stone, violin- ists; Steven Yanccy, violist: Rick Bashor, cellist and Tom Hawley on the string bass. (TIMESphoto by Ken Good) Buffalo River Project Acquires Acreage Options LITTLE ROCK CAP) -- Don ·Id W. Spalding, the superinten- Clinton Endorsed By Education Body The Political Action Committee for Education, the political arm of the Arkansas Edu cation Association. Thursdaj endorsed Bill Clinton of Fay- etleville. a congressional candidate. dent .of the National Park Sen 1 -i PACE said its members were Ice, said Thursday that the ^pressed b y Clinton's con service has acquired or has options on 24.800 acres for the Buffalo River National Park. In a speech here, he said the next important hurdle would be the approval of the environmental impact statement and master plan required for development of the park. Landowners in the area of the park have won a federal court order prohibiting the service from condemning land for the park until the environmental impact statement is approved. Because of the court order, land now is being appraised and bought only if the landowner agrees to the transaction, thus bypassing the court condemnation procedures, he ·aid. Both the environmental impact statement and master plan will be discussed at public hearings in July. Spalding urged Arkansans who were concerned enough about preserving the Buffalo River to fight for its inclusion in the National Park system, to ·peak out again on the plans for its development. sons for the decision unexpect ed high construction and equip merit costs and the fact that an .icipated federal legislation (ha would have provided incentive: for manufacturers to use or recycle waste and scrap mate rials had not materalized. Ford Labels White House Meeting 'A Typical Covering' WASHINGTON (AP) - Both lie While House and Vice Pros- dent Gerald R. Ford are reluctant to say much about a hasti- y called conference between 'resident Nixon and Ford. An ajde to Ford said the 45- minute meeting initiated by the President late Thursday morn- ng made the vice president's schedule run late, leaving him 'a little uptight." Ford appeared to be in an unusually somber mood when he arrived in New York for a speech Thursday night to tin American Iron and Steel In stitute. Earlier in the afternoon, \\c boarded his plane at An drews Air Force Base outside Washington, he was greetef with a barrage of questions about the meeting. He wqiilt say only that it was "a typicii covering of all bases" and in dicatccl it didn't touch on the Watergaie iapes controversy. Later, the vice president in dicated through an aide that he was annoyed at the way he \va questioned. The only comment from th Vhite House was by Deputy Press Secretary Gerald L. Waren, who said the session was one of the meetings the Presi- ent and vice president have rom time to time to discuss many issues get together when they can. stent stand on issues affecting quality of education in Ar ansas. Clinton is one of four candi ates seeking the Democratic omination for the 3rd Congres- onal District. That seat is now eld by Rep. John Paul Ham- lerschmidt, a Republican. Copper Plant Project Plans Are Scrubbed PINE BLUFF. Ark. (AP) -- Tficials of Cerro Corp. ol New 'ork said Thursday that the rm will not build a proposed 78 million copper smelter corn- lex on the Arkansas River :re. The company cited as rea- B I L L ELECT M U R R A Y SHERIFF For Washington County P;ud for by Citizens Ear -Murray Cainin i Ltce, Mclvin Palmer, Chairman The State We're In. (McfaserfesJ M Pi-irate property is the Iceystone of the American free-enterprise system. The right and opportunity to own land and a home brought millions of freedom loving emigrants to our shores. The same hope kept milBons of Americans working to achieve this dream. The result has been a strong and stable nation. Wfe have accepted the principle of land use planning in our cities for obvious reasons, b»t always tinder local control. The value of private property ki the cities and town is determined largely by how k is zoned. We all recognize the approaching need of land use planning, but such planning must be onder local control, I am totally opposed to any arrangement that would allow the federal bureaucracy to decide how you or I can use the land that belongs to us. Such a national plan is «nconsti- tubonal on its face and cannot be tolerated. Regulation of land use--if it is lo be controlled at afl--most be done at the local levd--by local people. And any court softs that arise must come before the Grcuit and Chancery Court of Arkansas--not the fedaraijndfciary! Your proptaty belongs to yo*. So long as you do not abuse that ownership by destroying the value of the land of other property owners around you, you should be allowed to determine how your land will be used. As your governor, 1 wifl ·· defend that principle. Wf Faiibil For Us. For Governor. For All. He win do something about the state we're in. cLaaalilze 01 Evelyn Hills ^ I Fayetteville ^ Jit, ftt WE'VE MOVED TO * EVELYN HILLS For Those Good Values . . . Come See Vis They like to Franklin National Bank Deposits Drop NEW YORK (AP) -- Depos- ts at the Franklin National Bank, which on May 12 announced large Josses in foreign e x c h a n g e trading, have dropped $.125 million since the announcement, according to the New York Clearing House Asso ciation. The association placed the drop at 11 per cent, from $2.99 billion to $2.67 billion. The dis Normwe* Arltamo* TIMES, Friday, May 24, 1*74 * closure on Thursday came as Franklin also asked the Securities and Exchange Commission to continue a suspension of Lrading in the securities of a lokling company that controls the bank. The reason given was that the corporation needs more time to restate its tirst- quarter earnings. 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