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NorrhwMl ArkoiMo. T1M«, Sun., May 26, 1974 FAVITTIVILL*, *BKAH«AI Four Democrats Vie For Congressional District Seat LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- A, state senator, a mayor and two political newcomers vie for the Democratic nomination in the 3 r d Congressional District Tuesday. The winner meets the Republican incumbent. John Paul Hammerschmidt ot Harrison, In the Nov. 5 general election. However the Democratic nomine* likely won't be settled without a runoff June 11. Bill Clinton. 27, of Fayetteville. a University of Arkansas law professor on leave of ab scnce for the campaign, may be the leader, if being the focus Senatorial (CONTWUZD ntOM PACE ONE) popularity of Bumpers, the Ful- brighl television commercials call the race the "most crucial election in America," "more t h a n a popularity contest," and say. "It's okay to like Dale Bumpers and vote for Bill Fulbright." Most of the Fulbright gain developed when Bumpers re fused to engage in three hour- long live televised debates Bumpers, saying he was talk ing to people about what the believe to be the issues, said he did not have time for the de bate and did not want the race lo "degenerate into a public argument" between the candi dates. Public argument, the senator replied, is what the Senate is all about. He said Bumpers needed to have "the guts" to make people mad by standing up to them. Bumpers, said Ful bright, wanted to "duck the tough ones." "I don't believe the key to being a good senator is making people mad." Bumpers replied He told reporters to tell Ful bright to "load up the tough ones and I'll answer them." He said it was "more important what you stand up for, than who you stand up to." Citing inflation, energy short ages and other problems Bumpers appeals to the people to "join hands" in providing new leadership in Washington He rarely mentions Fulbright but voters know the problems-which, of course, Fulbright op posed in some actions--devel oped while the senator was in Congress. Fulbnght's effective ness is. by inference, ques tioned. But he has taken Bumpers tc task on the "join hands' theme. "Anybody who think the Senate Is going to give Ar kansas it'i fair share becaus somebody asks them to joi hands has got another thin c om i n g , ' ' Fulbright said "You've got to fight for it." The senator has told voter that Bumpers omits reference to his administration's action in doubling the state income tax. Actually, Bumpers' admin Istration didn't double it, though tax rates were raised o most incomes. The tax also wa eliminated on some income under $5.000. SENIORITY ISSUE Seniority has been a constan issue. The senator says it h; been valuable for Arkansas, no only in his case but also in th cases of Sen. John I McClellan, D-Ark., chairman the Appropriations Corrrmittei and Rep. Wilbur D. Mills, I - " Was criticism of foes is a valid leasurement. The youngest of the four can- idatcs. Clinton obtained the ndorsement of the state AFL- 10 Committee on Political ducatipn at its Hot Springs onvention and has received la- or support. He has been criticized be- ause of his age, because of his bor endorsement and because ' his work in the 1972 presi- ential campaign of the Demor a t i c nominee, George IcGovern of South Dakota, 'ho fared poorly in Arkansas. OTHER CANDIDATES The other candidates are: --James Scanlon, 38, mayor t Greenland. --David Stewart, 32, an attor- ey who lives at Danville. --Gene Rainwater. 49, a state enator from Greenwood. Scanlon criticized Clinton's abor endorsement, calling it ndicative of commitments be- ween Clinton and unions. The .ayor said his candidacy was nfcttcred by commitments. Rainwater, saying he and .ost voters in the district were onservative, said he believed Clinton's chances would be amaged by the McGovern is- ue. Clinton said he would defend IcGovern's candidacy against hose who, in light of the Wn- ergate controversy, wanted to cfend President Nixon's campaign. While Stewart, like Clinton, las never before sought public tffice, he was a member of the itate Claims Commission, by appointment from Gov. Dale Jumpers. He resigned to make Boar's Head Players Name 19 Cast Members For Summer Tour Outstanding Mrs. Lisa Howell Hrier was named the outstanding sophomore In the College of Education at the University of Arkansas prior to graduation. She received the Henry G. Holz award at Honors Day. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Howell of Fayetleville, a mathematics majnr and has maintained a 4.0 grade point. Sixteen University of Arkansas students and three from other institutions in the state have been selected to comprise the cast and crciv of the Boar's Head Players, the UA off-campus theater project at Marble Kails Resort near Harrison this summer. The summer theater will present three productions at Marble Falls, opening on June 12 with "You're a Good M a n , Charlie Brown." Other plays to be presented include a musical version of "Ten Nights in a Bar- -oom," the old-fashioned melo- rama. and Neil Simon's popu- r comedy. "Barefoot in the he race. All of the candidates have ound grounds for replacing fammcrschmidt, suggesting that his frequent communications with the district has taken the place of actions that [enuinely benefit the people. te is in his fourth term. Obituary ROBERT MYERS Springdalc -- Robert Willie flyers, infant son of Danny and Jetty Morgan Myers of Spring- lale, died Saturday at the Springdale hospital. He v born May 24 at Springdale. Survivors, in addition to the parents, include one brother, Joe Daniel of the home; one sister, Tina Gail of Springdale; Joe his :be paternal grandfather, Myers of Fort Smith; paternal grandmother, Mrs. Gladys Macias of Springdale and the maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Junior Morgan of Springdale: Arrangements will · be announced by Si.sco Funeral Chapel. NEWT L. HAILEY Rogers -- Newt L. Hailey, 69, of Rogers, a former member of the Rogers City Council and School Board, died Saturday in the Rogers hospital. Born April 17, 1905 at Hailey, Mo., he was a retired auto and farm equipment dealer, a former member of the State Game and Fish Commission, a Mason, a member of the Elks Club, an original member of the Board of the Rogers Memorial Hospital, a past president of the Rogers Chamber of Commerce and a Presbyterian. He is survived by his widow, Gubernatorial (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) Pryor struggle. Pryor appeared on the verge of upsetting the senior senator until the Pryor effort seemed to run out of steam in the runoff. Pryor has denied he supported either gun control or unconditional amnesty as Faubus claims. He has challenged the former governor's stand on ill gal gambling and "cronyism. Faubus has denied he ignored gambling at Hot Springs. He said gambling was stopped while he was governor. He also says he implemented controls on the Insurance industry in Ar kansas rather than allowing ii to go unchecked as Pryor has asserted. Pryor has said education wil be his No. 1 priority if he gets in the governor's office. He has said he sees no need for a tax increase. Faubus has come-up with an income tax relief program. HL has hit at communism, gun control and Pryor's lack of leg islative success in the state leg islature and Congress. Weston is running without the blessing of the GOP hierarchy in Arkansas. He got on the ballot followinj a court battle. His $1,500 filinj fee was returned on grounds hi was not a registered Republi can. lie registered, but part officials rejected his try for ballot spot on several other oc casions. The matter finally reachec the state Supreme Court, an the GOP was told to put Westo: on the ballot. ; Ark., chairman of the ...... and Means Committee. J lrs - Bea F Bumpers said seniority ought h me: one son. not to be the controlling factor 9.' Fayetteville; Haitey of Newt L. Duesenberg Sold LAKE GEORGE. N.Y. (AP -- A 1936 Duesenberg one owned by the president of th Duesenberg Corp was sold Sa urday for $60.000 at the thir annual Northeastern Unite States Antique Classic Ca Auction. James H. Southard i Smyrna, Ga., owner of Class: Car Investments, Inc., pu chased the car, tile most e: pensive of the more than II curs sold. The event at Gaslight Villag drew more than 5,000 person Sales totaled $400,000. in assigning committee chairmanships. He also said that, if elected, he would not use seniority as a defense of any campaign for re-election. It would be "breaking faith with young people" to encourage them to participate in politics and then tell them not to tackle an incumbent because of his seniority, Bumpers said. A Fulbright supporter, noting Bumpers had complained about the $10,00fl-a-year gubernatorial salary, smallest in the nation, said Bumpers also was receiving personal income in the form of a $12,50p-a-year appropriation for public relations expenses and a $30.000-a-year appropriation fo rupkeep of tfie stale's Governor's Mansion. The Internal Revenue Service said it was not persona! income. Fxilbright nevertheless questioned Bumpers' use of the money, saying, "I have nothing like that." The salary of a senator is M2.500 a year, but no free residence Is provided, although some expense allowances are given to senators. Jfcaauy 1.- mr I TbtalaflTts* ud «t MDIB^K jUBOCUTCD The Auoc^atM Prwi Is eut:e4 ci. tfrf v* tor r*puW!»- i of ia local teiv« printed to th!* v *·£! mf lU AP p*w Rin October 1. Ufll DJ. *M to WjiMagtas, Bceias, AUffljoe Ait, Utit Ox, 0»U: Mrs. Tommy one daughter, Burnett of Springfield, Mo.; two brother, William of Cassville, Mo. and Woodrow of Neosho. Mo. and three sisters. Mrs. R. P. Manley of Fort Smith and Mrs. Ray Pearce and Mrs. Charles Robb, both of Cassville. Funeral services will be at 2 -p.m. Tuesday at the Callison Funeral Chapel with Masonic graveside rites in the Benton County Memorial Park. Memorials may be made to [he American Cancer Society, MRS. JOSEPHINE CLARK Bentonville -- Mrs. Josephine Crystal Clark of Bentonville died Saturday in the local hospital. She was born at Moison, Wash., the daughter of Joseph and Anna McDowell. She is survived by her husband, Harley J. Clark of the home; one son. Greg of the home; one brother, Clifford McDowell of Brighlwood, Ore. and one sister, Mrs. Celia Rockey of Olympia, Wash. Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Burns Funeral Chapel with burial in the Bentonville Cemetery. The body will lie in slate from 4 to 9 p.m. Tuesday. Murder Arrests OAK GROVE, La. (AP) Three persons were arrested near here and charged with attempted first-degree murder in connection with the shooting Saturday of a Louisana sheriff's deputy. Sheriff W. E. Capers of West Carrol! Parish said. Capers said the three were Dennis Ledbetter, Gary Lodbet- ter, and Allen S. Ledbetter. MISSED YOUR PAPER? WE'RE SORRY! If yoa cumot reich your TIMES carrier PHONE W-fZiZ DiUy 5 to 6:30 p.m. S»tnra»y 3 to C p.m. Sunday » to 9:30 a.m. ark.", according lo Dr. homas R. Jones, assistant pro 'ssor of drama at the UA and project. The program will rector of the u m m e r theater onclude July 13. The summer theater is an off- :ial American Revolution Bi- entennital project and is made ossible through a grant from ass P. Odom of Little Rock, hairman of Ihe Board and wner of the Marble Falls Re- orl and Dogpalch. U.S.A. The rogram is entitled "Arkansas ediscovered" and in its second nd third year will seek to pre- ent original Arkansas dramas elating to the Bicentennial. Associate director and cos- uiner for the summer theater s Dr. Patricia Romanov, as- stant professor of Drama at Jle U of A. Dr. Preston dagruder of the Speech and Dramatic Art Department will erve as a consultant. Steve "Mwards, director of entertainment for Marble Falls and Dog- jatch. U.S.A.. will coordinate be project for the Resort and vill serve as an associate in- tructor. CAST MEMBERS Students chosen for this summer's cast are John Benson of ^iltle Rock; Teresa Murray of Most of thtf students are receiving scholarships covering tuition and room and board. Jones said. Six semester hours of credit are available for the summer project. In addition to the three productions, variety shows arc scheduled weekly. Dr. Jones said. The students will take part in these, as well as other performers. ASSISTANTS Dr. Jones said that Teresa Murray would serve as assis tant costumer; Joe A. Brown would be scene designer and R.J. Quin lighting designer. The "Arkansas Redis covered" project was first proposed by Dr. W.W. Grigorief of the Office of the Graduati School Dean. Planning on th project was largely under the direction of Grigorieff and Dr Blair Hart, professor of speed and dramatic arts and chair man of the UofA Committee for the American Revolution Bicen tennial. The summer theater pro ductions will be held in th Marble Falls Convention Cen ter. In the Bicentennial year, th Boar's Head-Players will pre micre at Marble Falls origina dramas portraying the history legends and birthright of Ark ansas. It is planned that thes will then be taken on a tour of principal communities an campuses across the state. 'ayetteville; Joe A. Brown of logers: Ardith Morris of jlarksville; Dane Spurrier of he College of the Ozarks at Clarksville; John P. Marrs of iarrison; Kathy Satterfield of .ittle Rock; Cynthia A. Goatley f Harrison; Jack Rakes and tandy Rakes, both of Benton- ·ille; R.J. Quin of Pine Bluff; Aharon Maguire of Fayetteville; iobin Kane of Springfield, Mo.; Maurice R. (Sonny) Tomlinson f El Dorado; Thomas A. Sin- Ion of Detroit. Mich.; Ken itonecipher and Christina Bair, »th from Southern Stale Col- cge at Magnolia; Susan Dietrich of Oklahoma City, Okla.; and JoAnna Risser of El )orado. knocked dow the Lake Ham Bumpers Challenged LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Gov. Dale Bumpers was challenged a debate Saturday by state Rep. Frank Henslee of Pine Bluff. Henslee challenged Bumpers :o debate on the . governor's igning of a so-called anti-hunting proclamation and about Dr. Grant Cooper, the controversial Communist professor at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. Henslee told a news conference he understood Bumpers, in a television broadcast Friday night, denied signing the proclamation. Henslee said the proclamation had been sponsored by the "biggest anti-hunting group in the nation." Richard S. Arnold of Texarkana. who is Bumpers' legal aid during the governor's cam paign for the U.S. Senate against J. W. Fulbright, said he had no comment on the challenge. He said the governor was campaigning and didn't know of the challenge. Severe Weather Skip: Across Arkansas By THE ASSOCIATED PRES S e v e r e weather skippe a c r o s s Arkansas Saturda night, but there was no repo of any injury or major propert damage. High winds some trees in ilton area near Hot Spring: while electricity at Arkadelph" was out for about 45 minute when a severe storm hit tha area. The National Associatioin Intercollegiate Athletics trac and field meet at Arkadelphi was halted for a time becaus of the weather. The National Weather Servic said power transmission lim were snapped between Ark delphia and Gum Springs 8:10 p.m. Police at Hope also reporte a power line down five mile north of the city at 8:15 p.m Small hail and broken tree were reported at Perrytow five miles east of Hope. A m torist reported a funnel cloi n the ground near Emmett i Interstate 30 about nine mil northeast of Hope. boss company Welcomes FORREST DRAKE Forrest comes to our company with 30 years experience in the commercial investment and building contracting fields of Real Estate. He is willing and anxious to assist yon in all the investment areas of Real Estate.. This Man Wants You! Totally Injured FOREMAN, Ark. (AP) -- J . Sanders, 55, of Foreman w tilled Saturday when his picki :ruck left the road and struck tree on a county road about tv miles southeast of Winthr (Little River County), office said. State Police said Sanders a parently lost control of the hide on a curve. IT'S THE MOTORCYCLE AGE If you own a motorcycle, you' in. Many are advertised here daily and Sunday in the Times Classified Ads. Mourners Pay Tribute To'Duke'Ellington NEW YORK (AP) -- Thou- nds of friends, admirers and low musicians lined up to ·w the body of jazz great like Ellington as he lay in ate Saturday. He was wearing e nation's Medal of Freedom. Ellington, who died of cancer nd pneumonia Friday at the ge of 75, lay in an open coffin urrounded by dozens of flora! splays as mourners filed by a rate of 1,000 an hour. The famed band leader .and om poser received the Medal ol reedom. the nation's highest vilian award, in 1970 from resident Nixon, who in anoth r tribute Friday called the Duke" the nation's foremos' omposer. Among the mourners Satur ay were two members of El' ngton's first band in 1923 -- nger Maria Lucas, 67, am Yisco Bowman. 71, a New Or- eans-born drummer and guita layer who called Ellington "in le first class of jazz musi ians." The Rev. John G. Gensel linister to the jazz community -ill deliver the meditation a Illington's funeral Monday. NEWS WHILE IT IS NEWS IN THE TIMES HOYT for Sheriff Washington County Mr. Mrs. Andrew Barren Hi. 2, Fayetteville Proudly Welcomes. . . . Jerry Lineberger WE ALL REMEMBER L Crater for Kaaartwcks 2. An SW Conference 1*61 J. All SW Conference 1962 4. Rookie ·» the Tear - In suruce lodntry L Tomu Mfflioaalre* Chb lannace BaB of Fame ELECT BILL MURRAY SHERIFF of Washington County No private utility bilk will be paid oat of public funds while I «» Sheriff of Washington County. I will pay all gasoline bills Incurred for my private use or that ot members of my family with my money and not the County'!. 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