Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 25, 1974 · Page 6
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6A · Northwest ArVania* TIMES. Sun.. Aug. 25. 1974 FAY»TTtVII.Lt, AKKANIA* Oklahoma, Alaska To Name Gubernatorial Candidates By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS his political survival. Former Interior Secretary Walter J. Hicke] is seeking the Republican nomination for Governor in Alaska and Gov. David Hall, a Democrat, is running for renomination in Oklahoma in the states' Tuesday primaries. ' Hickel, 55, fired by former President Nixon in 1970 for his outspoken criticism of the administration, is facing a stern ; -test against former Gov. Keith Miller and Jay Hammond, a commercial fisherman and vel- . eran legislator who is considered a dark horse. Miller, a state senator from Anchorage, was on Hickel's ticket when he defeated Democratic Gov. William A. Egan in : 1966. Hal!, facing a federal investigation and a pair of formidable challengers, will be fighting for Today In History By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Today is Sunday, Aug. 25, the 237th day of 1974. There are 128 days left in the year. Today's highlight in history: On this date in 1944 in World War II, Allied troops liberated Paris. On this date: In 1689, Iroquois Indians at tacked Montreal and killed its 200 inhabitants. In 1718, French immigrants founded New Orleans. In 1828, Uruguay declared its independence from Spain. In 1883, a volcanic eruption in the Dutch East Indies create( tidal waves which took abou 36.000 lives. In 1921, the World War peace treaty between th United States and German: was signed in Berlin. In 1941, British and Sovie troops invaded Iran in Worlt War II. Ten years ago: Atty. Gen Robert Kennedy annouced hi candidacy for the Democrat! nomination for the Senate from New York. Five years ago: A gunma hijacked an Arab airliner car rying 20 persons from Nort Yemen to Ethiopia. One year ago: The U.N. Se curity Council voted con demnation of Israel for what : called a "premeditated air al tack 1 ' on Lebanese villages. Today's birthdays: Alabam Gov. George Wallace is 55 Composer and conductor Leon ard Bernstein is 56. Thought for today: There f nothing new in the world excep the history you do not know- Harry S. Truman. · Hall and U.S. Rep. Clem IcSpadden were the Democrat- heavyweights when the cam- aign opened, but state Hep. avid Born, a former Rhodes cholar, has vaulted into con- ention in recent weeks and ow threatens to knock out one f the veterans and gain a run- ff berth, Most Democratic officials be eve McSpadden is put front ut they say Boren is gainini upport and could knock Hal r possibly even McSpadden ut of the picture with a strong bowing in Oklahoma and Tulsa ounties. RUNOFF EXPECTED Unless one candidate gets majority, the top two men wil ace a Sept. 17 runoff primary. There have been reports thi nternal Revenue Service and a ederal grand jury in Oklahoma "!ity are considering seeking in lictments against Hall. Hall contends he is being ha assed by Republican federa rosecutors and a hostile met opolitan press. "My only rea pponent is the IRS," he de- lares in political speeches 'Are you going to elect your iovernor or are you going to le he federal government pie! Mm for you?" In Oklahoma, a voter turnou if about 450,000 is expected In he Democratic primary, while tbout 125,000 Republicans are expected to vote in a two-way jovernor's race between stat !en. Jim Inhofe of Tulsa am ormer State Sen. Denzil Garri son of Bartlesville. The other big Oklahoma rac features U.S. Sen. Henry Be Imon's bid for re-election. Th Billings Republican has only to cen GOP opposition, but a hos of Democrats, headed by for mer Congressman Ed Edmom son and Corporation Commis sion Chairman Charles Nesbit are seeking to win the nom nation to oppose him in the Ni vember general election. House Speaker Carl Albert a heavy favorite over a pair challengers in the Oklahom 3rd District Democratic pr mary. No Republicans filed ir the southeastern Oklahoma di trict, so Albert will be assure of a new term if he wins a m; Parent Education rojecl Scheduled n Arkansas LITTLE ROCK (AP) - The ate Education Department is nbarking upon what it calls e most massive parent educa on project ever undertaken in jority Tuesday. rkansas. The department's Office of larly Childhood Planning in co- pration with 'issocialion for 'ill distribute the Arkansas Mental Health a four-page ewsletter full of child-rearing ips for new parents beginning text month. A series of 28 pamphlets wil )e mailed to the parents of al irst born children. More than BOO names per month will bi added to a mailing list whicl vill be obtained from the stati Jealth Department. The pamphlet is to arrive each month during the firs year of the child's life and then eriodically until the child is ·ears old. The Education Departmen says the need for such a publi cation became evident during 'ecent series of early childhooc eadership forums sponsored b he office. Parents and profes sionals who work with children voted, as their top priority, th need for parent education. The pamphlet .gets its nam -- "Pierre the Pelican" -- from a cartoon character developec by Dr. Loyd Rowland, the for mer executive director of th Louisiana Association for Men :al Health. The cartoon character tell arents exactly what to expec n the baby's behavior, stress ng positive mental health am child development. In matters of physical health, the Educa- ion Department said, Pierre usually refers parents to their 'amily doctor. The series has been used successfully in Louisiana for more :han 25 years, the department said. It also has been used eight other states and in Germany. Women To Celebrate Equality (y THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Urged on by President Ford, vomcn around the country pre- ared Saturday for rallies and ilhcr events to celebrate past joins and map strategy for fu- ure advances toward full equality. Ford signed legislation Thursday designating Monday, Aug. 2S, as Women's Equality Day. He suggested ceremonies mark the day and said: "I ther urge Americans to consider the essential role of womei in our society." Monday is the 54th anniversa ry of the passage of the 19tl Amendment which gave women the right to vote and Ford re peated his earlier support for ratification of the proposed Equal Rights Amendment. Thus far, the amendment hai been approved by 33 of the states needed for ratification. carpenlry. The NOW chapter also schcd- sei'ies of what it called be- governor's mansion, nno Cahill of the Georgia nission on the Status of en, which is sponsoring 3vent, said: "We wanted to vomen together . . . (for) a ration of women gaining ight to vote 54 years ago. I we've made gains in tiiat but we may have slipped ward In a few areas, he gap in earnings be- ween men and women In the field of education lias widened during this' time." The NOW chapter in New Orleans organized a luncheon and scries ot workshops for Sunday. Along the workshop topics listed were politics, rape, abortion, the imago of women, self-de- and the media. About 150 par- fense, consciousness raising ticipants registered in advance. Rare Trade In NUNEATON, Warwickshere England (AP) -- The customer was $60 shy of the full $2,88C price of the auto he wanted to buy. In part exchange, he offered Roger Hext a donkey -- a five year-old model called -Neptune. Hext parked the donkey it the forecourt of his garage unti he could find it a home. Vesco Jet Held WASHINGTON (AP) -- A je plane used by fugitive financier Robert L. Vesco has been seized by 'federal agents investigating a gun - running scheme, a source says. The Lear jet confiscated Wednesday in San Antonio, Texas, may have been used to ferry weapons to Costa Rica to arm the bodyguards protecting Vesco. in his redoubt there, a source said Friday. 5V4* 53/4% We have a savings program ind interest rate to meet your needs. Fayetteville Savings Loan Association ; ,,. -iZOl N. East (Vvenue -- demonstrations Sunday night at of the National Organization he third annual Women s Fair. employment policies. The Saturday event featured orming nontradilional jobs invited to a Sunday reception at OF THE REGULAR PRICE WEDNESDAY MORNING All It Takes Is 20 MINUTES Best Muffler Price and Quality in Fayetteville LINCOLN LUMBER ire in Lincoln, EQof Fayetteville Hiway 71 South Locust Fayetteville, AR (phone 521 -5422) Pact Completion Nea WASHINGTON (AP) -- The United States and the Sovie Union are getting close ti agreement on a plan to S o v i e t Jews to emmigrati freely, Sen. Henry M. Jackson D-Wash., says. Jackson linked the progres to what he said was the Sovie Union's deteriorating economy on the one hand, and the pros pect that the Senate would ap prove most-favored-nation trac ing status to the Soviets if Jew ish emmigration restriction wore !ased. VOTE FOR BALDWIN EXPANSION TUESDAY, AUGUST 27 THE APPROVAL OF THIS $2,000,000 INDUSTRIAL REVENUE BOND ISSUE WILL PERMIT THE BALDWIN PIANO ORGAN COMPANY TO EXPAND ITS PRODUCTION AND EMPLOYMENT IN FAYETTEVILLE YOUR SUPPORT WHERE TO VOTE PRECINCTS 1 MO Central Fire Station PRECINCTS 2 3 Asbell School PRECINCTS. 4 5 Washington School PRECINCTS 6 7 Root School PRECINCTS-8 9 ·St. Joseph's School WILL NOT WILL NOT WILL WILL INCREASE YOUR TAXES CREATE ANY LIABILITY ON THE CITIZEN OR THE CITY BALDWIN ASSUME ALL LIABILITIES OF THE BOND ISSUE AND PAY THE ELECTION COSTS PAY ITS FULL SHARE OF COUNTY, CITY AND SCHOOL TAXES Aibell School, Hwy 16 W Center ·o c (O 71 m IS Township Root School Washington / Prospect School Kockwood St. Joseph's School 1 Central Fire Station VOTE YES FOR MORE JOBS WITH NO TAX LEVY 10 8 Hwy 16 E o o- Ad Paid for by R. Dale Christy

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