Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on October 9, 1974 · Page 3
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 9, 1974
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Ntfrthwwt Arkansas TIMES, Wod., Oct. », 1974 · » ·«"«··-· · 1, ARKANSAS i||||||^ At The Library By ANN JACOBS The maples in Trent of the library are beginning to color, -'-'-' means that skeins of which geese will soon be heard cock entertained "Field Stream" competing for the skies with the Dallas-to-Sl. Louis jets. In the lull between weed pulling and leafraking, we enjoy the outdoors Tor its own sake, and a good book makes a wonderful companion on a hike or on a park bench. For 30 years, Havilah Bab- readers of with yarns ot gundogs, bass fishing, turkey shoots on a frozen December morning, now collected in "The Best of Babcock." In between trips into the swamps and the fields, he looked after the English Depl. of the University of South Carolina, and he had as rare an car for the humor ot the rural South as anyone between Nanlicoke and the Big Thicket. Muggins, the sheriff's dog who knew his own mind, and the wild gobber with the 13-inch beard, are f i n a l l y unforgettable, as are just about every other human or critter you'll meet in Babcock's pages. (New) W i l d condition of his or her horse. This is Hire the Handicapped week, and the display on the lower level of the library emphasizes such services as large- brint and talking books, and the many books and pamphlets we have on helping the handicapped. For the commonplace book: "Getting up too early is a vice habitual in horned owls, stars, geese, and freight trains. Some hunters acquire it from geese, and some coffee pots from hunters...To arrive too early in the marsh is an adventure in pure listening." Aldo Leopold, 'Sand County Alamac." Library hours are from 9 6 , Monday through Thursday; and 9-5 on Friday and Saturday. Action Completed WASHINGTON (AP) -- Congressional action was completed Monday on a bill by Sen. John L. McClellan, D-Ark., to remove a minor chore from the clerk of the U.S. District Court in the Panama Canal Zone. The clerk, Doris McClellan, is McClellan's daughter. turkeys are also featured on the cover of the current number of 'Arkansas Game and Fish," to draw attention to tlie comeback this remarkable bird has made in our state. OFF-BEAT METHODS Some off-beat methods of hunting are explored by Daniel Mannix in "A Sporting Chance," including blowguns in Mexico and ocelots in the A m e r i c a n Southwest, M r . Mannix also holds the distinction of having gathered his pet rattlesnakes in the wild. (New) The "New York Times" has published a "Guide to Outdoors U.S.A." in several regional volumes that available and nature programs, swimming fishing-hiking, etc. Maps. Pierre Berlori, outstanding C a n a d i a n journalist a n d authority on the gold rush ot 1898, returned over hundreds of miles and through 74 years to his father's homestead in a float down the Yukon, from Lake Bennett to Dawson. With his family and several friends he shot the Whitewater and mused about the good times and the tragedies of the past; "Drifting Home" brings an ' entire era alive again. (New) "Wild Rivers of North America" is a concise guide to bill received publicity earlier this year when Rep. The Gene Snider, R-Ky., asked that ;l:e bill, then being considered in a House subcommittee, be tabled until he could determine whether there was evidence to justify taking the marriage licensing function off the clerk and placing it in the executive branch. cover facilities feature such as Gas Increasee Set WASHINGTON (AP) -- The U.S. Court of Appeals set aside Monday a record 73 per cent increase for new natural gas approved by the Federal Power Commission. A three-judge panel, acting on an appeal by Consumers Union ot the FPC decision, also Sold the FPC to redetermine she reasonableness of the wellhead price it had approved--45 cents per 1,000 cubic feet for three producers who had been under an area rate ceiling of 26 cents. Security Guidelines MEMPHIS. Tenn. (AP) -Strict security guidelines have been Issued for court hearing for the federal James Earl the best float c o n t i n e n t , Buffalo, with trips on including directories conservation societies, out- filters, and sources for maps and other river-running information. (New) Lovers of the outdoors can find a good deal of interest in the magazine "Our Public Lands." Behind that stuffy title lurks more information on wilderess preservation, animal behavior, and much more. The current issue tells how to organize a new kind of horse r a c e , t h e "Enduro," i n which the winner is determined by the fastest rider-plus the Hay, who seeks to withdraw a guilty plea and stand trial in the slaying of civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The measures were outlined Monday by U.S. District Judge Robert M. McRae Jr. The hearing is scheduled Oct. 22. Meanwhile, the U.S. 6th Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati also acted in the Ray case, turning down a bid by the state of Tennessee to limit access by Ray's attorneys to certain materials related to the King slaying and subsequent events. The TIMES li On Seven Days a Week! Top of The News wit Gmcte October--National Restaurant' Month Tim's Pizza with Schlitz Town Country Restaurant Open 24 Mrs.--7 Days Wk. Hwy. 71 $. (Old Pancake H«i») jfr- 621-8636 RI.2JohnionRJ. fayetteville, Art. 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