Year-round daylight saving time is eliminated
President signs time change bill Associated Press WASHINGTON - The nation will go back to standard time for a four-month four-month four-month period starting Oct. 27 under a bill signed yesterday by President Ford. Daylight saving time will be restored next Feb. 23. The new legislation amended a 1973 law that called for year-long year-long year-long daylight saving time as an energy-saving energy-saving energy-saving experiment. experiment.