- , -- ....... miwm.K ..... iLmmmMuimiiittJiinnRlHmnf Interview point mm,wmmmmmiwmimm Fayetteville if tho t h n k h e s i ..MRS. JANA DAVENPORT ol 2355 W. Holly St. - "I agree that 'I is a good idea I think that Bumpers did a wise thing and I also think they need to res rive the Guy Mult Jone: issue." 1. H. OWENS of Scranton, Ark. -- "Sure it should be call ed -- things in Arkansas are just not going like they shoulri be." TRAVIS TERRY of Route Fay-ittevillc -- "Yes. I do I think there are things that need to. be taken care of pro viclcd tney don't spend all sum mer there." VICTOR AHNE of Scranton Ark. ; --"I think it's a gooc idea if they do something abou Grant Cosper and Guy Slut Jones -- one way or another. Sees No Suitable Alternative Fennell of Fort Smith-'Well it's bound to be necessary f the Governor called it." Aitonm TIMfS, Sun., JUM 30, 1*74 Bumpers Favors Press Freedom BUDDY DAVENPORT of 2355 W. Holly St. -- "With tne problem of in!lation the way Â»t is, the people employed by the state including school teachers should have higher wages and I think it is a very good idea t ocall the special session -it is essential that something is done. I agree wit hthe governor, the raise needed." in salaries is Completes School N a v y Electrician's Mate Third Class Zannie L. Morrison, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Morrison of Route 2, Garfield, has completed Electrician's Mate School at Great Lakes, 111. JONESBORO. Ark. 3ov. -Dale Bumpers Saturday that he favors freedom of the press, but he told a group of Arkansas news representatives that the press bean a heavy responsibility in this society. "History has never recorded a suitable alternative to freedom of the press," Bumpers told the 101st 'summer convention of the Arkansas Press Association. Then the governor, who Is the Democratic nominee for " U.S. Senate, said the press approaches the news from a number of angles, and he declared, "If the press and the nation are to survive, there must be only one approach --the approach of objectivity and fairness ''You do not do the people of this nation any service when you lead them to believe that all politicians are crooks. Even good men cannot make our institutions work if credibility in those institutions reaches an irreversible low point. Bumpers said he was looking forward "to a new and differ- ene kind of life come January, one I enter with some trepidation." ANECDOTE He then told the anecdote about the daughter of a newly e l e c t e d congressman w h o closed her prayer: "Good bye, God, I'm going to Washington." His speech Saturday was the first Bumpers has made to the press association since he was elected governor. In a question-and-answer session after the speech, he addressed himself to some topics of state interest. He said he did not agree with Ken Coon, the Republican nominee for governor, who charged that legislators in the current special session were trying to sabotage Bumpers' program to save money for David Pryor, the Democratic 'gubernatorial nominee. Bumpers said he had heard that the Senate planned to seek $100.000 to finance Its inquiry into the qualifications of Sen. Guy H. "Mutt" Jones of Conway. "Nobody asked about that," he said. "But that is a matter that ought to be (AP) --[dealt with and it ought to repeated Graduates Marine Pvt. John D. Pouncey, son of Mr. and Mrs. J o h n 3* Pouncey of Rogers, has graduated from recruit training -at ,he Marine Corps Recruit Depot DILLARD'S I Fantastic Savings On Popular Styles And Colors Orig. 4.60 to $6 Knit Shirts Sunny ideas? These famous brand short sleeve shirts are summer perfect. In a perma press blend of polyester and cotton, they're nigged and good looking- In a host of summer colors. Sizes 8 to 20. 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