Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on September 11, 1974 · Page 19
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 19

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 11, 1974
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ArRamas 1TMR, Wed., Sept. IT, TV, FAYrrriVILH. ARKANSAS City Man Joins Women Voters '. Dr. Robert Leflar, distinguished professor of law at the University of Arkansas, Is the first man to join the Washington County League of Women Voters. "We feel Dr. Leflar will make a valuable contribution to the League and welcome him to membership," said Mrs. Peg Anderson, slate League president. Dr. Leflar is no stranger to the League as he worked closely with members who sup- LEAGUE WELCOMES DR. LEFLAR . . .Dr. Lejlar is welcomed by Mrs. Anderson and Mrs. Wood, to membership in the county League of Women Voters. The three will speak here Thursday at the annual membership meeting . ported the stale constitutional revision in 1970 when' he was chairman of the Revision Committee. Mrs.. Anderson said despite the acceptance of men to the membership the League wil continue to use its historic name. The decision., to . oper membership to men was made at the national convention hek this spring. Dr. Leflar will also be one of three speakers at the annua membership meeting at the local League to be held at p.m. .Thursday in the auditor ium of the Fayeltevilile Library Oilier speakers are Mrs Anderson, and Mrs. Marcia Wood, a fellow of Hie Arkansas Institute of Politics and also a former local president. The Thursday meeting "Bring a Guest" night arid open to the public. AH intei ested persons may call Mrs Mary Jane Pitch 442-6083 foi further information regardini League activities and mem'bei ship Mis. Wood has recenU returned from a meeting o campaign finance reform Little Rock. Also attending the Little Roc meeting were Jim Blair Springdale; Cass Hough Rogers; Mrs. Ginger Parke and Mrs, Ann Marie Ziegler representatives of the loca League. Jones Considers Resigning His Senate Seat CONWAY, Ark. (AP) -- State ;en. Guy H. "Mutt" Jones of :oi»vny indicated Tuesday that ie was considering resignation rom the legislature so that his district would he assured repre- entation in the Senate during he.1975 session. I can't gamble with an of- ice thut doesn't belong to me," ie said. "I don't think that's nir to the people." Jones has been convicted of a elony, federal income tax evasion. He said lie would evaluate .he chances that his distric voujd not be represented in the 1975 legislative session it he continued to fight to keep his seal. He said he would decide soon enough to allow a specia election to be held before the end of the year if he decided to resign. Jones said he was convincec Lhal he was legally entitled tc 'inish his four-year term am that he was innocent of the fed eral income tax charges tha led to his expulsion. "But this thing will - bi brought to a white heat agaii in January and the Senate wi be under intense pressur again," he said. "My problen is this: Shall I let my own stub h or ness and convictions jeop ardize my people having a vot in the Senate? 1 don't want I be responsible for my peopl losing their voice in the Sen ate." Rogers Airport To Be Closed For 10-Day Construction ROGERS -- The Rogers Muti c'pal Airport will be closed foi J ' p c t l Mll^Ult will UU VJIua^TU ie next 10 days as construction rows complete runway reinocl- ling work, according to C. Macadamia Nut Ice Cream Bought PALM SPRINGS, Calif. (AP) -- Servants were sent out for more macadamia nut ice re/im Tuesday, but other than hat there \yas no indication ormcr President Richard M. Nixon was spending a secluded lay at the luxurious desert cs- ale of Ambassador Walter II Annenberg. 1 ' T h e y ' v e been spending about $70 a day for grocerie; since Nixon got here," saic Gary Delaney, manager of a supermarket near the 200-acre estate at Uancho Mirage. "01 course, there are a lot of solvents at the estate, but they've really been stocking up 01 macadamiii nut ice cream which I understand Nixon en joys." Inflation Cure NOUTH LITTLE ROCK (AP -- State Rep. G. W. "Buddy' Turner said Tuesday that on way to reduce inflation was fo every able person to go to wor and become a taxpayer. Turner was convinced th this action "could cut inflatio by 20 per cent-tomorrow." Turner was addressing th North Little Rock Rotary Club immie Carter, chairman of the ;ogers Airport Committee. Tlic field was closed Monday t 8 p.m.'and all aircraft were irccicd to surrounding airports o that the base material for 10 2,400 foot long East-West umvay could be laid down arter said. Carter told the TIMES Tues ay .that dirt-moving on the air ortf is nearly 80 per cent com Icted. He said that of the 35,000 yards of dirt to be inov ed in the contract, 100,000 yards emaiii to bo leveled. Remodeling work, eslimatec it a cosl of $1,5-10,000, is expect ed to he finished in GO days Parking space will be increascc o accomadate 50 to 75 aircraft vhcreas only 40 aircraft coul be properly parked before tin ·emodeling. Carter said the new VAS ights, Visual Approach Slop indicators (VAS1) were also be ng installed at the airport b;, Pendlelon Electric of Payelte vine. Carter explained that unde the VASI light system, now em )loyed at Drake Field of Fa;, etteville, pilots flying too lo\ will see a red color in the strin of lights lining the r u n w a y An amber color in the lighi will mean that the pilot is flyin too high for a proper landin and a white color will dcnot proper procedure, Carter said Paving of the East-West run way and . the 6,000 foot Ion North-South runway is expecte to begin Wednesday by Anchc Construction of Fayettevill Dirt contracting 'is being ha died by Tri City of Springdal Pentagon Spokesman Is Resigning WASHINGTON (AP) -- Jerry . Friecltieim, the spokesman T the Pentagon during most 1 the Vietnam war, : is reslgn- Frlcdhcim, who had ·Men as- istant secretary of defense for nblic affairs, frequently was ailed on to defend the Soutli- ast Asian military policies of resident Nixon's adminis 1 ration. He joined the Defense department in 19B9. Officials said Friedheim will Kcome vice-president for gov- rmncnl affairs of Amlrak. tho iiiblic corporation which operates the nation's passenger rail ines. Moorer Named MONTGOMERY, Ala.... (AP) -- Retired Adm. Thomas H. Moorer, former chairman of he Joint Chiefs of Staff, has )een named chairman of the board or mount Inc., one of Uio nation's largest construction Moorer retired last July after two terms as chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Winlon W. Blount, -board chairman of Blount Inc., and former postmaster general, said Moorer would Ibe involved in the company's foreign construction operations. EVEREST t JENNINGS FOLDS 70 10" RENTALS* SAIES Fayelleville Trnf E. 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