Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on October 9, 1974 · Page 28
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 28

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 9, 1974
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· N«rth***t Artranm TIMES, W«d. f Oct. 9, 1974 _··__ PAVBTTIVIM.I, AHK«M5A« Rountree Says Bumpers Fails To Support Handicapped Panel LITTLE ROCK (AP) - H. G. Ilountree- ot Bentonville, chair- maft"of the Governor's Committee on Employment of the Handicapped, said Tuesday that,-. Gov. Dale Burners had failed to provide financial and moral support to the committee, Ro.untree said ho would seek a nj.ectiug with Bumpers to dis- cusj..this complaint. ftpuntree said it had "been only"iiHrough accident that we have been able to get the support of the various companies in hiring the handicapped. We need more than talk. What we need is strong support from the governor." The committee was formed in 1947 lo assist the president's Committee on Employment and Handicapped in coordinating and promoting a program of counseling, training and job placement Tor handicapped persons. The governor is Ihe offi- cial head of Ihe committee and appoints its members to terms of varying lengths, but it gels no federal or stale approria- tions. Mary McCammon of Little Hock, executive secretary of the committee, said Ihe limited funds received by the committee were provided by the state Employment Security Division. She said BSD guidelines prohibit the use ot the funds for certain purposes, such as travel fov committee members, Hmintree said the lack ol funds for travel prevented "persons with leadership ability" [rain attending out-of-slate meetings ot Ihe president's committee and other functions He said he would ask Bumpers if limited funds were available tor Ihe committee. Rountree said it was dis tressing that a group labelec Ihe "Governor's Committee' had not received considerable support from the governor. Killer Frosts Move Southward WASHINGTON ( A P ) - A weekly vvealher ' report Issued by Iho Agriculture Department said killing frosts have crept even deeper into (he nation's damaged corn and soybean crops. As of last Sunday, (he reporl said Tuesday, cold weather hac nipped corn and soybeans as far south as Arkansas, Tennessee, northern Georgia anc South Carolina. "Frost killed the remaining crop acreage in the southern Corn Belt stales that had survived earlier freezes," Ihe re Trans-Continental Pipeline Studied CLEVELAND, Ohio (AP) -The possibility ot a crude oil surplus on the West Coast after the AlaskHn pipeline is completed has prompted an oil company to study the feasibility ot a $1 billion pipeline to route reserves to energy-short areas. Standard OH Co. ot Ohio an- port said. The soybean crop, even more susceptible to free damage, was halted in a wide area ol the Corn Belt. Damage was reported as far souln as Arkansas, Tennessee and- Georgia nouncert Tuesday It had undertaken a study of piping oil cross-country because It is now believed the West Const would not use all of the oil produced in Alaska. "Decreasing demand because of public conservation efforts and the effect of higher prices and increased exploration for crude oil could result in a substantial surplus on the West Coast shortly after Iho pipeline is completed in 1977," the company said in a statement, The Alaska pipeline is expected to carry about 1.2 million barrels per clay at start, Increasing eventually to I million barrels a day. 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