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Wednesday, October 30, 1974
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Nortfiwe* Mrfcanwis TIMES, Wed., Oct. 30, 1974 FAVtTTEVILLC, ARKANSAS (TIMESphoto by Ken Good) LOOKING OVER NEW VAN .. .Olis Stobauglt, public relations assistant /or SWEPCO, views 'Electro-Van' SWEPCO Demonstrates Electric Powered Van An electric power van was demonstrated in Fayetteville Tuesday bv Southwestern Elec- Magruder (CONTINUED FBOM PAGE 1) campaign appearances in Nix- OI MaBruder said he told authorities that the remaining $150,000 was spent far a convention se- CU Earlier! n Magruder had t«U- tied that Mitchell approved the intelligence plan, saying, lets give them the $250,000 and see what they come up with. Magruder said that before approving the plan, Mitchell twice rejected proposals from G Gordon Liddy that called for break-ins, wiretapping, kidnap- in? of demonstration leader, and using prostitutes to com- nromise Democrats. MITCHELL'S REACTION He described Mitchell's reac tion to Liddy's initial $1 million proposal as "very negative. Liddy came back with E $500,000 plan and, once again, Mitchell rejected it. But, according lo Magruder Mitchell approved the plan after it was scaled down to $250,000. Democratic headquarters in the Watergate office building were entered on Memorial Da weekend 1972. Democrats were photographed and bugs planted on telephones. A few days laler, Ma'grude: said, "I received two package from -Mr. Liddy . .. Each pack age contained synopses of tele phone conversations at Demo cratic National Committei headquarters and photograph of documents." He took-them home and reai them "and I realized they wer of little value." Liddy was summoned to Mi chell's office, said Magruder and the material was shown t the former attorney general. Mitchell was "dissatisfie with the product Liddy wa producing from wiretaps an photographs," Magruder said. He quoted Liddy as explain i n g "with some emha rassment, that one of the bug was not working and one wa en the wrong phone." He said Liddy promised " correct the problem." Was the problem corrected? "We learned on the mornin oi June 17, that Liddy had m corrected the problem, bi created a problem," replie Magruder. That was the morning th five men were arrested insid Democratic party headqua ters. Tools Stolen Mike Newton of 1764 Leverett Ave. told Fayettevil police that a set of drattin took were lakcn fro mthe fro seat of his car late Tucsda night. Newton said Ihe car parked on N. Block Ave. at I' time of the theft. Police said entry lo t locked car was gained '· forcing open a vent window. J2ortf)iutjSt Founded 1850 !13 S. Eail ATP. FajelieilUe, Art. TOH Pyh'lshcd dally arH Sunday excep January 1, July 4. Thanbs^yln^ an Chrljtmes. Second CTass Postage Ptld al yayelteviue, Ark. MESIBKR ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press is entitled ex cluslvely to the use for republics tion of all local news printed in th! newspaper as well ai aU AP new dispatches. scnscmrnox RATES Ettedlvo October 1, 1*73 Horn* Delivery Ptt monlh by carrier . f Blntfe copy daili 1 IOC. Sunday U.S. Mall In Washington, Benton, ifadlsoa Coos- lies, Art* Adalr Oa., Okta.: S months . 8 month) -._ City Bo* Section Outside above count r es: J months -if months -I TEAR -- . 16.0 3G.I. 40.i I 9.5 18.0 34.0 PAYABLE IN ADVANCE illed "Electro-Van," the unit lo be used by the company an extensive research pro- am to determine the feasibil- of electric powered vehicles. 'Electro-Van" (EV) is to be ed by SWEPCO for mail runs, :ler readings and other short stance trips in the Shreveport, i. area. (Shreveport is the une office for SWEPCO). The EV is eight feet tall, six d one-half feet wide and just er 12 feet long and can carry payload of 800 pounds. The inimum range for Ihe EV is miles at 50 miles per hour nd the maximum range is 50 iles at 20 miles per hour (bolh ithout stops). EV's top speed about 55 miles per hour. The vehicle is operated on wo lead-acid batteries, eighing a total of 1.500 pounds nd an electric traction motor 12 volts) which develops a ilal of 6,000 revolutions-per- linule (rpm). B. I. Fouke, Fayeltcville divi- on manager for SWEPCO Lungren (CONTINUED FROM PAGE I) ours before doctor asnd nurses ere able to "stabilize" hi ondition. Lungren said the com lication was probably cause y "some retro-peritonaea leading secondary to anii-coa ulatibn therapy." Rctro-pcr .onaeal bleeding means kleec ng behind the membrane tha urrounds the abdomen. MOKE RISK Earlier, Lungren had sai here was "somewhat mor isk than normal" to the sin ery because Nixon bad bee aking anti-coagulants which lei lim prone to uncontrolle deeding. After the surgery '-. T, Lungren told repor ?rs there had been no excessh deeding. Lungren said that when Ni: on went into shock "replaci ment of blood loss (throug ransfusions) and relaxation anticoagulation therapy we: instituted." The amount of blood Iran fused into Nixon was not di closed, but doctors not co nected with Nixon's case sa that in situations such as hi massive blood transfusions a normally required. Nixon's postoperative shoe could have been caused oy h emotional state -- a sour close to him said Nixon was c pressed. One physician sai "Emotional stress can be very tearing down thing, an can have its effect on the circ lation. "His vascular system was bad shape to begin with befo the operation," the docl added, rioting that surgery was delayed because of Nixon's weakened physical condition. Nixon re-entered Memoria Hospital Medical Center last Wedn jday night after an oral anticoagulant proved m- effective in treating his phle bitis. Nixon was hospitalized for the pioblcm for 12 days in late September and early Octo ber. During that period a smali clot broke off from a large clot in his left thigh and travelec through his heart before lodg ing in his right lung. The rtecY sion to allow Nixon to return home came after Lungren con eluded the lung clot no longer posed a serious threat. id the vehicle was cngtneere imarily for inner-city, multi op travel. "We know the elec ,c vehicle is not a solulioi long distance travel. Insteai e plan to study its efficiency id. practicality for city travel icre operating costs an ainlenance are the main cr: ria. as opposed to long rang riving at higher speeds." One-Car Accident Injures Woman A 36-year-old Fayettevill oinan was slightly injured i one car accident Tuesda ternoon at the intersection armon Street and Caliform rive. Mrs. P. June Walde 6. ot T105 Carlson Terrace wa r e a t e d and released : Washington Regional Medic, enter. Fayetteville police said Mr falden related that she wa raveling south on Harmo treet when her brakes failc he woman said she drove th ar into a tree lo avoid ossible accident al Ihe inte ection. Clinical Audiologist Speaks At Local School For Deaf A clinical audiologist talked bout early detection and uining for the deaf and caring impaired at a Tuesday ght meeting of parents and achers of students enrolled in e new School for Deaf at ales Elementary School in aycttevillc. Dr. Carolyn Raifpr-rl identified arly as meaning, ideally, a few ours after birth but at the ame lime recognized the diffi- ilties posed. The difficulties n c o n n t e r e d lie in the efinemcnt of testing methods id management o f . tests in ospital nurseries. Dr. Raiford, who joined the aft of speech clinic at the niversity of Arkansas this fall, as done research in psycho couslics and auditory evoked espouse. The latter is ictlipd of studying cortical ctivity (brain waves) as re- ponse lo auditory signals. "We take the ability to speak or granted, but the hearing mpaired must be taught and is hearing will be only as good s the teaching he gets," she aid stressing that it is impor- ant that Ibis training begin arly. I'"IRST YEAU VITAL "The last six months of [he hild's first year of life is vita o learning speech and language kills," she said. After infants leave the liospi al it is not until they are readj or school that the next oppor unity presents itself foi ystematic testing on a large cale. "We can't afford lo wai until the child is five or six ears old,' 'she said and ex plained that an alternaliy might be developed of a regis er which would identify liigl risk cases and testing provide 1 n these cases. Dr. Raiford, who supervise! speech and hearing clinic a ier alma mater, North Texa State, for four years, also plained testing methods for th very young. "Those test's estimates and do not pinpoin .he type or degree of hearin oss. "I am confident, howevei that with this technique it possible to fit hearing aids an believe they should go on a soon as possible," she declared Explaining that testing, usin the cortical response, respira tion and heart rate methoc must be performed by high] trained personnel, Dr. Raifor also asid the tests deman highly sophisticated and expel sive equipment. She expresse more confidence in cprtic testing than in the respiratio and heart rate methods. PREFERS BINAURAL T h e speaker said si cferrcd 'binaural type hearing ds because they provide an udilory depth perception that onaural aids do not. Dr. Raiford also said that ircnts play a vital role in pro- ding language and speech imulalion. "Each activity can ccome a learning experience. lie parents' role is critical iring these early years. It :o.uires total dedication to cvelop larigauge alimulnUoi: r the hearing impaired child," ic remarked. "The child's eventual class oom position will depend more this early training than on degree of hearing loss he as," she said. The speaker was introduced ,' Don Bursinger, director o .e University Speech Clinic r. Raiford holds a masters de rce from Ihe University o exas and a Pb.d from Purdue 'niversily. She was Ih ccipicnt of a research post octoral fellowship at Stanforc Jniversity and served fou: ears on the faculty at Purdue. The meeting was conductcc y Mrs. Barbara Singleton ircelor of the new school, am he introduced Mrs. Linda Vhile, teacher ot the advancer tudents; Mrs. Jane Scotl lementary teacher and Mrs ally Verncr, teacher aide. Th ederally funded school has a nrollm'bnt of 15 students an s housed at Bates School. Dentists Warn Of Halloween Candy Unwanted cavities may be Ih real Hallowe'en pranksters wi 10 'getting, according to Dr. Bo Martin, president of the'Arkai sas Society of Preventive Den .istry. "The annual ritual of trie or treat will be held Thursda night, and the Hallowe'en swec nay aclually he giving a trick The trick will be the bactcri 3taque which will, follow th Hallowe'en glut of sugar an can produce many unwantr cavities in teeth," Dr. Mart said. The ASPD recommends th; bananas, apples, oranges or ta gerines be given as treats i stead of the usual sugar confe tions, which he notes are sk rocketing in price. Also on the recommended 1 are popcorn, peanuts and su flower seeds and small ha boiled eggs dressed up wi food coloring for Hallowe'en; ''Pencils and erasers a: pennies also make useful a inexpensive treats", said D Martin, Three-Mill Road Tax Will Be On Local Ballot Washington Judge Vol Lester lid today that county voters loufcl lie reminded of the rce-mill road tax which vyill ipear on Hie gpiicral election allot Tuesday, Oct. 5. Lester said that the three mill x appears on each general ectioti ballot and t h a t . it is continuation of a real roperty tax already in effect, e emphasized that the tax oes not increase overall taxes nd that county road repair ould suffer greatly if the tax tils to be approved. "Seven counties last year olcd the tax out and road work those counties has almosl ome to a stop. The voters die ot understand it and so they oled against it. but they shoulc avo been assured that appro al ot the measure would nol icrcasc public taxes in any /ay," he said. Lester said that the las upplies about $125,000 yearly road maintaiimnce work ere. He added that the tax uist be re-approved under ta!e law by the voters at each eneral election. Uttering Charges Are Filed Today Charges of uttering a forgec nstrument were filed today in V a s h i n g t o n Circuit Cour igainst Miss Karen Ann Latta iO. of -508 Phillips Drive connection with the passing a SHOO check Sept. 16 at Gragg' irocery, Hwy. 62 west. Fayettevile police said th check, drawn on the Universit of Arkansas and made payabl to Linda S. Bailey, was cashe at the store by a woman, ident "ied by store employes, as Mi. Lalta. Police took Miss Latta int custody and, after questioning released her on bond of $2,500 Bicycle Stolen Miss Linda Dougherty of 65 Whitham St. told Fayettevil' police that a 10-speed bicyc was taken from her residenc T u e s d a y afternoon. M i s Dougherty said that a blon man was observed riding th bike just before it was di covered missing. MIND CONTROL LECTURES (Free.) Monday, November 4 8:00 p.m. Downtown Motor Lodge U A Distinguished Lecture Series To Open Here Friday Dr. Willard Gaylin, clinical rofcssor of psychiatry al the o I u m b i a Psychoanalytic chool ;ind an adjunct professor t Union Tehological Seminary id Columbia University School f Law, all in New York, will e the first speaker in the Uni- crsily of Arkansas Distln- uished Lecturers Series for lis year. Dr. Ben Kimpel, chairman of e Department of English and hairman of the Committee, aid that Dr. Gaylin would peak at 7:30 p.m. Friday in he Science-Engineering Audi- orium. His lecture, which is pen to the public and is free, s entitled "The Biological {evolution: Promise or Peril?" The lecture will deal, ac- ording to Dr. Gaylin, with the thical questions society faces cering and other scientific al advances that have coinc be called "the biological evolution." Such new advances organ transplants, pro ongation of life, genetic engi- eering and other scientific, ireakthroughs "have posed unprecedented ethical questions," Dr. Gaylin said. The question "insists that we determine how the good of the ndividual is to be balancec igainst the requirements of the lommon .good," Dr. Gaylin isserted. Dr. Gaylin is president of the institute of Society, Ethics am jife Sciences. A native o Cleveland, Ohio, he is a gra duate of Harvard'College am of Western Reserve Medica chool. He took'his residenc; n psychiatry at the Bronx !N.Y.) Veterans Administration lospital, completing it in 1354 Theft Reported ·SPRINGDALE -- Charle Warren Couch of Elkins lol ·jolice 12 gallons of gasoline 30.06 rifle shells and a U-j'oin were stolen from his car Tuqs day night while it was parke at Moore, Inc., on Old Missour Road. The gas was siphoned frorr Couch's car as it was fron several other cars parked the plant's lot. Loss was .est mated at $iO. Helps Solve 3 Biggest ... FALSE TEETH Worries and Problems Consider a denture -adhesive, PAS- TEETH* Powder does, all of this 1) Helps liold uppers:and lowers longer, firmer, steadier. 2) Hold them tnoro comfortably;. 8) Help you cat moro natmftlly. Why Tvorry Use PABTEETH Donturo Adhc eive Powder. Dentures that fit at essential to health. See your dentis regularly. the Columbia School f r o m Iso. tiUcndinfi. sychoanalytlc 952-5(. lie joined the facully of this istitutlon in l!)5(i ami was dinitial lo the American Psy- lioanalylic Association in 1959. !e was named training and upervising psychoanalyst at olumbia in 1901. He is the ulhor of five books, one of hich, entitled "In the Service f Their Country," was named ne of the "Fifteen Notable Books" of 1970 by the American ..ibrary Service. This book call with war resistors ia irisoh. NO HAPPY HELLO... ... is ever quite equal to the warm welcome extended to newcomers by the Welcome Wagon Hostess. Her smile may ba no brighter, her greeting no more cheerful, but she's made the welcome more a work of art than a mere greeting . . . complete with a galaxy of gifts and helpful Information on schools, churches, shops and community facilities. So when a new neighbor moves In, follow up your happy hello with a Welcome Wagon greeting. A Hostess awaits your call at Phone 443-5438 or 442-8111 | WELCOME NEWCOMERS! } Uee trill coupon to ret Uf know you're here, Name Address Oily . C ) Please have the Welcome Wagon Hostess call on me. { ) I would like to subscribe to Ihe N.IV. Ark. TIKES ( 1 I already subscribe to the TIMES. Fill out the coupon and mall to TIMES. Box D, Fayettevllle, Ark. High School Open House 5ef SPRINGDALE - An open house will be hold al Springdale High School Monday from 7 to 9 p.m. for parents of high school students. There is no formal program planned but parents are askec 10 drop-in by members ol Future Teachers of America the sponsoring organization. MISSED YOUR PAPER? WE'RE. SORRY! U you cannot reach your TIMES carrier PHONE 442-6242 Daily 5 to 6:30 p.m. Saturday 3 to 6 p.m. Son day 8 to 9:30 a.m. -A .11.11: 17-in. Diagonal Picture Sony's Slim Color TV Sharp, Rich, Dazzling Color! Trinitron, the first and only One--Sun One Lens Color system in the world, advances again. 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