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June 12, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

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Nwttiwv* Arfcofwm T1MB, Wxt., Jum 12, 1974 VAWTTCVILLK. JUIKAM*** Former ROW Wins Nomination hi Maine Democratic Primary By The A»««ci*el Press A 2*-year-old former prisoner «f war and a lawyer who called for President Nixon's impeachment won Democratic congressional nominations in primary ·lections in Maine and Virginia. Mark Gartlcy. a prisoner in North Vietnam for four years, won handily over state Rep. Steward Smith of Exeter in Maine 1 ! 2nd District election Tuesday. The vote was 22,615 to 11.800. On leave as a flight officer with Eastern Airlines, Gartley. of Greenville, faces incumbent Republican Kep. William S. Co hen in the Nov. 5 general election. Cohen, who ran unopposed, sits on the House Judiciary Committee consid ·ring Nixon's impeachment. Herbert Harris, a liberal Fairfax County supervisor who called repeatedly for Nixon's impeachment during his pri mary campaign, won nearl double the votes of his nearesi opponent in Virginia's 8th dis tricl. The total gave Harris 7. 578 votes to 3.816 for state Rep Frank Mann of Alexandria. FACES PAKRIS In November, Harris faces freshman Republican Rep Stanford E. Parris. whom Har ris criticized during the cam paign for his consistent suppo of the President. In Maine's 1st Congressiona District, Democratic incumben Peter N. Kyros. seeking a fiftl term, easily won renomination N a t i o n a l Committeema George J. Mitchell won th Democratic gubernatorial nom ^nation over six rivals. Animal Keeper DETROIT (AP) - Barhar Schemanski. the Detroit Zoo first woman animal keeper, ha decided she'd rather shuffle pa pers than shovel up after a mal friends. Miss Schemanski, 21, is qui ting her job as animal kecpe after only a month, and return ing to her clerical job on th too staff. "I've decided I'm just m. suited to this kind of work, said Miss Schemanski. wh joined 26 male animal kecpei four weeks ago. The Republican gubernatorial ace was locked between for- cr state Atty. Gen. James S. rvvin and sjate Sen. Harrison . Richardson. 36,472 to 35,757, cspectively. In Virginia's 10th district 'Ctnocrats picked Arlington oard member Joseph Fisher o try to derail a 12th term bid y Republican Rep. Joel T. royhill, dean of the state's ongressional delegation. Virginia's Republican-riorni aled delegation risks seeing 7-3 majority whittled away n the general elections. None f the three Democratic in umbenU face Republican op position. UA Orientation Program Continues The second session of Fresh nnn Orienlnlioii on the Univer sil.v of Arkansas campus ii ^ayetteville was held June 9 10. and 11. Among those students .ending were: Penny J ^ h a m p 1 i n of Farming ton jeneva Laycs, Ben Frankli -lill Jr., Gary Mare McConnet ordelia W. Smith, David S o LI I h e r n , Steven Reddin Slorla. Gary William Morgan Aleta Joe Wilson, Debbie Lyn Robinson and Vanessa Wilson all of Fayetteville; Allen Clar Haegele and Merwyn Loyc Reid of Lincoln; Deboia L. Be] Sandra Catherine Jansen. Terr Lynn Delozier, Sam Gregor Peoples, Rebecca Clarice Te ter, Sharon Sue Welkey an Sandy Kay May, all of Spring dale; and .Till Loraine Hargro\ of Summers. Freshmen Orientation at II University provides new si dents opportunities to exploi their aptitude for college worl e x a m i n e educational a r vocational interests and goal; become acquainted with tl academic programs and rnajc course of .study; select course and register for the fall semes ter. Also, parents of each stude are invited to visit the campu during the two-day period. Tne Hails A Cab John D. Ehrlichman, President Nixon's former domestic affairs advisor, signals for a taxi outside U.S. District Court in Washington Tuesday. U.S. District Judge Gerhard A. Gesell severed Ehrllch- man's case from tbat of three other defendants in the Ellsberg ' break-in case because President Nixon has refused full access to Ehrlictmiao's White House files. (AP Wire- photo) Truck Accident S P R . I N G D A L E -- Larry Massey, 22 of Fayetteville, was slightly injured Tuesday when the McLarty Transportation Company feed truck he was driving slid o f f Johnson Road and came to rest against a tree. Massey was treated at a local clinic. Police said Massey applied the brakes when the car in front of him suddenly stopped near Tyson's feed mill on John son Road. His unloaded truck skidded off the road. No citations were issued. are housed in University facilities and familiarize themselves with the University and its policies. Stock Market NEW YORK (AP) - The stock market continued to hack off today while investors took a second look at prospects for an easing of tight-money pres- ures. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was down 5,55 at 816.53, and losers outstripped gainers by 7-to-2 in light trading on the New York Stock Exchange. Analysts said the failure of a prime rate cut by the First National City Bank last Friday to spread to other big New York banks so far had chilled the en thusiasm tha swep he marke thusiasm that swept the market to a strong gain in he first six trading days of June. Globe Says FBI Memos Contradict Kissinger By The Associated Press Tlie Roslon Globe today (yuol.es secret FBI memos which it says apparently contradict Secretary of Slate Henry A. Kissinger's denial t h a t he ordered national security wiretaps. The; New York Times quotes an FBI report as saying thai either Kissinger or his former deputy Gen. Alexander M. Haig Jr., ordered the laps. Kissinger's role in the wire- tappings of 13 government offi ctals and four journalists bet ween 1969 and 1971 attracted worldwide attention Tuesday when the secretary claimed the issue was an attack on his cred ibility and threatened to resign if the controversy was no cleared up. His remarks ratrn press conference in Salz burg, Austria, where he was ac companying President Nixo/i en route to his tour of the Middli East. The Globe said today thai Uvi top secret memos from the I at FBI Director J. Edgar Hoove apparently contradict Kis: inger's claim that he neve "directly" authorized the wire taps. The paper said the memo now in the possession of (h House Judiciary Committe studying impeachment proceec ings, apparently are the sourc of the dispute 1 between Kissingc and his critics who say he he about his involvement with Ih White House "plumbers" un created to stop national securil leaks. MEMOS IDENTICAL The memos are identical e cept for the names of the pe sons whose residences were be tapped to determine whethi they were leaking infortnatio to the press. Dated May 1 1970, they were addressed then Atty. Gen. John N. - choll, the Globe reported. The read: "On May 1, 1370. Brig Ge Alexander Haig of the Nation Security Council staff, advisi UiwL Dr. Henry Kissinger of II While House staff had requ?: ed that as soon as pssible tejephone surveillance be i stiluted on the house of -of the National Security Coum staff. "A survey lias been condiu Psychologist Develops New Method To Help Stutterers CHICAGO (AP) -- A Univcr-ieerating ly of Chicago psychologist ha evelopetl a method of training utterers to .speak fluently al- immediately. Dr. Israel Goldiamond's pro- rain docs not attack the un- erlying cause of stuttering, hich may not be known, but roduces a new, fluent speech attern. All 54 patients who have com- leted the program since 1967 re abfe to speak fluently with- ut stuttering. Others dropped ut before completion when hey developed fluency. An estimated I to 3 per cent f American males have a stut- ering problem, outnumbering cmale stutterers eight to one. In developing the therapeutic ·· I Berating lip movements, lows cring their voices, prolonging sounds or by just not listening. Goldiamond emphasizes the slower, prolonged speech, since this is the least unnatural change from normal speech. He said he found that even after the delayed feedback of speech was eliminated patients continued to speak this way. The stutterer then moves to other phases more nearly like everyday situations: Reading plays and conversation wi'.h a therapist. The stutterer also is laugh 1 how to juncture his speech -- 1 speak in phases common to thi language, pausing at appro priate places. Goldiamond says, "We havi decided that we are not real!; getting rid of stutttring. We an r o g T a m , Goldiamond ex- erimcnled with dozens of tutterers for five years. Some equired as many as 200 ses- ions. Now, in 30 or fewer 45- minute sessions, stuttering can e eliminated. He s;iid pFitictit records .show heir stuttering disappears almost immediately once they begin the program. Continuation speeds up their speech and reinforces what they have earned, and followups show mprovement is maintained over the years, Goldiamond said. HOW IT WORKS The program, which costs patient $600, works this way: The subject sits in a booth and reads as rapidly as possible words projected onto icrecn. His voice is recorded and he hears himself simultaneously as he reads with a delay of a fraction of a second. To- overcome this echo chamber effect, stutterers try exag- teaching a new speech pal tern." Young Nomin«« WALNUT RIDGE, Ark. (AP) -- Richard "Rick" Tate, 19. of iValnut Ridge, has become on» of the youngest Democrat io nominees in the state's history by winning a runoff election Tuesday for Lawrence County reasurer. The Arkansas Slate University student defeated Harry ·Pop" Hilburn, 58. of Walnut Ridge. Hilburn it a business : man and former holder of several Lawrence County offices. Tate, a geography major, polled 2,052 votes to Hilburn'i 1,421. The Democratic nominee said today he feels the results of the election "show that people still have faith in the youth of the nation." Becoming a candidate for county treasurer was Tatc's first trv at professional politics. Anna Holliman will give him Republican opposition in th« fall. ed and it has been determin of staff. that the installation of this tee phone surveillance is feasible If you approve, this mslallatioi will be placed by this bureau." Tbc mcmos were signed by Hoover, the paper siad, am carried notations that they ha( been approved by Mitchell the same day. Haif, then Kissinger's deputy now is President Nixon's chie WSM GRAND OLE GOSPEL PRESENTS THE GOSPEL SINGING JACKSON FAMILY SINGING THEIR NEWEST BIGGEST HITS Coming To: 1st Baptist Church-Greenland 7:30 p.m. Thursday, June 13 f REE ADMISSION Dl Repeat Of A Sellout! 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