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October 27, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 16

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B · Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Sun., Oct. 27, 1974 FAYETTtVILLE. ARKANSAS between labor -- Bumpers Health Career Days To Be Held On UA Campus Nov. 1 " T h e second annual Health Careers Day to be held on the University of Arkansas campus Nov. 1, \vjll feature a number of outstanding professionals in · wide range of health careers, according to Dr. Richard J. Anderson, associate professor of Uarkettes To Entertain Club The University of Arkansas Uarkettes will present a concert at the notary International Institute meeting for Zones 5 and 11 at the Camelot Inn in Little Rock Nov. 1-3. The Uarkette performance will be Saturday evening November 2, at 7:30 in the Sii- . .ver ICnight Room. While in Little Rock, the entertainment group will tape several numbers for television station KTHV, Channel 11. Professor Kenneth L'. Bal longer, Uarkette director, and Mrs. Ballenger will accompany the group. Posthumous Award Presented To Phiilips A meritorius award was pre sented posthumously to former N a t i o n a l Guard adjutan general Thomas Phillips last weekend during dedication . ceremonies for the new Thomas Phillips National Guard Armor} at Camp Robinson, North Little Rock. Phillips served as adjutahi general for two years prior to his death last year. The award was presented to Mrs. Phillips by Maj. Gen. Joe C h a p p e l l , .current adjutan' general. .ihysics'and" facility" advTsef"of Alpha Epsilon Delta, the spon- oring organization. The program, which will be icld from 1 to 4 p.m. in the Arkansas Union, is designed to itfer college and high : school ;tudents interested i n ' health iciences careers an opportunity o meet with representatives of ·af ious. professional schools. Among those who will lead nformal discussion sessions and serve in a counseling capacity, will be Dr. R. Bowling, isociate dean of the .University of Arkansas School of Medicine; Dr. H. Musselman, registrar of :he University of Missouri Den:al School; 'Dr. T.C. Nelms, dean of the S c h o o 1 of Allied health professions; Dr.- W. Jolly, associate dean of the University of Tennessee Dental School; Stanley G. Mittlestaedt dean of the School of: Phar» macy; and. James E. Bullard personnel director of Sparks Regional- Medical Center in Fort Smith. In addition, there also will be representatives from the Southern School of Op tometry, School of" Physical of Arkansas, the S c h o o l ol Therapy of the State .College Nursing at the University o Arkansas and the IT of A Speech and Hearing Cinic, At 7 p.m. that evening,, Dr Willard Gaylin who.is. ass.oci.at ed with the Institute .of Society Ethics and the Lite.Sciences a Hastings Center, Itf.Y. wil make a public address in the Science-Engineering A u d i t o rium. Dr. Gaylin is a notei physician and author of article such as · "Harvesting of tin Dead" that have caused thi medical profession and thi general public to re-examin views ori biomedical-ethics. Dr Gaylin will speak pn "Biologica Revolution," dealng wthi medi cine, biology and population. Dr. Anderson said their is n charge for the Health Career Day. Additional informatio may be obtained by calling him at 575-2507. HARRISON, Ark. (AP) -- i ohn Harris Jones, the Ropubli- a n senatorial candidate, hargcd at a state hoard meet- ig"of Arkansas 'Jaycecs Sa'tu'r- lay that "an odd and largely unsuspected alliance" between lie state leadership of the AFL- ilO and Jaycees had put Gov. Dale Bumpers into the Demo- :ratic gubernatorial primary ·un-off in 1970. This year the AFL-CIO open- y has endorsed Bumpers, 'but larris asked the Jaycees Sat- irday to individually review Jumpers' public record before upporting him in the Senate ace. Bumpers defeated Sen. J. W. r ulbright in May for the Demo- Jones Hits At Alliance cralic senatorial nomination. Jones criticized a 1973 law, approved. by Bumpers, which granted county elected officials with 10' years service "retirement at age 55 with 75 per cent of their salary. He said the law was "the creation of special privileges for selected groups." Jones said that was one of the things causing a decline of. pub lie confidence in government officials. - - ; .. · Jones also criticized the act creating the Public Building Authority, which' Bumpers supported. He called the creation of the PBA "a deliberate evasion of the spirit of the state constitutional requirement of voter approval of state bond is- sues." The PBA was given authority to spend public funds to create a stale office building complex. Jones, a Pine Bluff attorney and bank president, said he thought Bumpers always takes a materialistic approach to the state's problems. "Bumpers says Arkansas has no problems that can't be solved with money," Jones said. "My belief is that moral', val : lies take first priority," he con tinued. "The people :bf Ar. kansas want to return t o ' t h e American traditions of con stitutional government, Individ ual freedom a n d - initiative work incentives and moral responsibility." Kennedy Article Printed In Journal Dr. Tliomas C. Kennedy, associate professor of history a :tic University of Arkansas, has written an article that has been published in the summer issue of the Journal of the Bertram Russell Archives. The article, entitled "The Women's Man for Wimbledon, 1 concerns the 1907 campaign for Parliament of the Bi'itisl philosopher as an independen Liberal in support of the women's suffrage, movement. Although he lost · the election, Russell used the campaign, Kennedy says, "to educate the electorate on the justice and good sense of giving equality of citizenship to women," a cause to which Russell was devoted. 2 UA ROTC Cadets Said Distinguished Jerry D. Fowtiall and Robert P. Harris, seniors at Hie University of Arkansas, have been selected as Distinguished Military Students in the Army ROTC program. The designation gives them an opportunity to apply for commissions in the regular Army. The designation Is earn-, cd through high grades and performance in ROTC. Tha TIMES li On Jop of The Newt Seven Days a Week DILLARD'STM A WOMAN'S PLACE Put a different point of view in the Arkansas House of R e p r e s e n t a t i v e s . . . . . . a woman's view. The woman's place is in the house. . . . the Arkansas State House of Representatives. for a change... Hale State Representative Harvest Sale' ALL STORES OPEN MONDAY AT 9:00 A.M. District 10 Pol. 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