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June 17, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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* · Arlconsot TIMES, Men., Jun« 17, 1974 r»YlTTlVH.Ll, ARKANtM Blood Donor Flags Awarded GOP Circulates Its Interpretation Of Transcripts (TIMESphoto by Ray Gray) RED CKOSS .." .. .receiving /tags for particiixt'mg in the blood recruitment proi/ram Irom Col Eugene '- Holmes, (right) program chairman arc drain left) l.\oijd Seayraues, Willis Shaw, C(i//ord - Priitcmore, Farm Service Cooperative; and Denny Tune, Tune Coitstruction Red Cross Blood donor flag were presented to three new business f i r m s participating foi thu first time in tile lied Cross week. These winners \vcrc Farm Service Cooperative, Tune Concrete Products and Willis Shaw Fro/.on Kxpress Co. Eligibility for the flans is based on five percent of the employes on duty at tho time of the visit. Other firms retaining the Mag were Arkan sas Western Gas Co., Camp- Ixill Soup Co.. F i r s I NEI- tional Bank. Mcllroy Bank, the TIMES. Sines Body Shop, Standard Register, 0/ark Electric Cooperative Corp. and Southwestern Electric Powci Co. EWEPCO has never failed to earn the flag. Failing to rc'gain the (lag were Camphell-Bell-Lewis Brn thers. Dillon's Hwy. 45 east mid Fulbright Wnodproducts. Knterpriscs losing the flag were Bear Brand Products, Collier Drug. Kearney Electric, McNair-Cravens Co., Montgomery Ward. Morion and Co., Shakespeare. Southwestern Bell Telephone Cct. Dillards and Dillon's Hwy. 71 South, and KPC who arc parlici- WASHINGTON' (AP) -- Although R e p u b l i c a n Chairman George Bu:,ll said he was disturbed by portions of President Nixon's 'tailed Watergate conversations, t h e GOP National Committee paid more t h a n S10.- 000 to finance a massive White Controversy ArisesOver Firing Of Fireman - PINE BLUFF, Ark. (AP) -:, The Pine B l u f f Civil Service - Commission apparently violated the state's 1%7 Freedom ~- of Information Act when it de-" cided during an executive ,ses- .V sion to dismiss a fire depart_ ment lieutenant, the Pine Bluff ; ;Commerical has reported. :;. Tim Boe. city attorney, said :'; Friday he hati reviewed ;i per- .li'tinent Arkansas Supreme Court -.^decision and would discuss the ;-" possible conflict with the slate - " - l a w with the comtnission. He would i)ot say wbat advice \ he planned to give to the com- mission. ":. The commission decider! after -.·. four hours of hearings to up: hold the suspension of, and to - -dismiss, l.t. Gracly L. May from the fire department last . Tuesday. in 1973, t h e Supreme Court ruled on an appeal involving a state policeman's reinstatement hearing before the Stale Police Commission. The court issued an opinion, saying tlie State Police Commission should have votwl on the matter in a public session. Civil Service Commissioners l/ennis V. Coleman Sr. and Thomas Gillespie confirmed Friday that the decision tci fire May had been reached in the closed meeting, and both said no vote was taken in public. Boe had .said Friday rnorn- intf. before the Supreme Court case was brought to bis attcn ion, that he did not t h i n k the commission's action violated the law. Wants Recoil Bill NORTH LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Stale Sen. Ralph Patterson said Sunday t h a t he may try to extend l!ie upcoming special I legislative .session so that a re, , , . . , . . . , ... , f . cnll bill for elected public officials may he considered. Patterson said in an interview that he .strongly favors such a bill. Since- C-ov. Dale Bumpers has indicated that he won't include such legislation in hts call for the session, Patterson said he felt Ins only alternative was to attempt to extend the session. A two-third's vole of both houses would be required before matters other than those on the governor's agenda coulc be considered. pating in the program lever earned the flag. have Stolen TV Sold Charges of larceny by are pending against bailee George Angel, 2338 S. School Ave., in connection \vilh color television the sale of set owned by Mrs. D. 11. Patton, also nf 23:18 S. School Ave. Fayclteville police were notified early Sunday morning bv Mrs.Palton that the television set. which had been located in one of her rental trailers, had been taken by Angel and sold to an unidentified man at the White Star Tavern on Hwy. 71 south. Police were able to leate a man who said he had purchased the set from Angel for $50. The. man turned the set over to au- from House mail campaign ciicula! mf, a f a v o r a b l e interpretation )f the transcripts. Party headciuarters has regu- Eirly processed and paid for White House m a i l i n g s to interest groups and communications media. The transcript material ivas by far the most massive this year. William .1. Baroody Jr., spe eial consultant to the Presiden who deals with outside organ i/alions, directed that a 15-pagi packet be sent to more thai 28.000 persons from more thai 40 mailing lists maintained by the GOP. They ranged from leaders v e t e r a n s organizations t Chamber of Commerce off dais: from 1972 Nixon cam paign workers to members tho Teamsters union execuliv board. The mailing included the tex of Nixon's April 29 address which he said he would gh edited transcripts, but not orig nal tapes, to the House in peachrncnt inquiry. A similar mailing ordered 1: Ken W. Clawson, White Hou: communications director, wci to 3,269 news organizations ar publications. Both mailings included bri :ran.script excerpts supportin Nixon's contention that he kne nothing of the Watergate cove up until March 21. 1973 Bush had said after readir :hc transcripts that their toi was disturbing and that he w f "shook up" about some po (ions, although he said o t h segments tended to suppo N T ixoti. A party official said the was no special discussion abo the massive mailings and th they were sent out routinely, were 37 other mailings for I White House this year. Though most of "the mailing Clawsnn and Baroody order this year have dealt with Nix: programs ill such areas energy, some concerned Watt gate and related affairs. One dealt with the ITT p milk investigations, another speccb by Vice President Gi aid H. Ford strongly support! Nixon. Three included artic' thorities. Dl Save Now On Our Authentic Traditional Floral Bouquet Print Ensemble! Nbion, publications defendi two contained texts hite House briefings related Watergate and another dis- butcd a fiivorable pub'ic inion poll. Early in the first Nixon ad- inistralion it was decided lhat e party would pay for such ailings to avoid any criticism at political material was ?ing sent at government ex- jnse. The party operates its own rint shop, so precise costs for e mailings are not calculated. Postage alone for the tran- :ript material mailings, how- /er, would have been more lan SIO.OBO. Paper and enve- jpe costs as estimated by a OP staff worker would have iceeded $1,500. The GOP keeps name and address mailing lists in such categories as editors of daily papers, medical directors of insurance companies, religious leaders, heads of leading transportation companies, chairmen of university departments of so ciotogy and black contacts. One list of 292 persons could be considered a status symbol. ty leader; lakers." 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