Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 19, 1974 · Page 11
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 11

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Certain aircraft (short.) m Knitted togly explosive lit Banker's sounds concern 72. U.S. ton- 11*. Ascend nisatar lliTidy TiSbeeplike 1 IS. Dart area T4. Title of on moon adores* lit. Mythical 7 Darken king of or Britain obmre IIS. Compass TLAUert- point atod 111 A mono- TlTibetaB saecharide mocks UfcThriee: M.Tbe comb. Answers On Page iimiiiuiiaiiiiiiiiiiiu Definitive Biography Of Thomas Jefferson JKFFERSUN THE P R K S I ENT. Second Term, 1805-1809, Dumas Malone ( L i t t l e , rown -- $14.50) Throughout most of our his- iry as a republic, Thomas Jet- rson has appeared to be the ounding Fattier secure in his cputation as complete Ucmo- ci'at and statesman, more liberal paradoxically, profound especially creative to the historians. Yet in recent years he has been under considerable fire from very quarter CHICAGO (AP) - Your television set requires 400 gallons of water for a single night s viewing, according to water treatment experts at Ecodyne Corp. The water is used at the electrical power plant to provide steam make-up for the giant turbines and lo cool the steam after it has exhausted its ener- Of Corf* CLEVELAND (AP) - There re more than two plastic credit cards in use tor every man. woman and child in America. A majority of yours probably were made by Addrcssograph Multigraph Corp. here, which produces more than 100 million cards a year. ESCAPE TO ADVENTURE WITCH WORLD, by Andre orton(Ace - 35 cents) Simon Tregarth was a hunted lan and he was dcsparate. Dr. orgc Petronius offers him an scape which he accepts. Petronius is a man who offers tinted men an escape where icy are never found again by inyone who is on their trial. Tregarth. an ex-colonel in the J.S. occupation forces of Gcr- nany. had been sentenced on .act market charges and then ;cause he was innocent scided to become a criminal. Iow he was hunted and accepts 'etronius offer. He finds himself in another vorld and immediately is in the hick of things. He sees tt voman being chased by (logs and men in armor. Tregarth sides with the woman, a witch of Estcarp whose name is Jae- itde. At Eslcarp. Simon takes service and finds out that the witches are being attacked by thnir neighbors and by some strange power known as Kolder. The Kolderians are few, but .hey control legions of dead men who have been altered .hat one of the aliens can send .hem into battle. In addition, many of the other nations are also envious of the witches and Simon ends up fighting in the mountains and Dlains of the world. Estcarp's biggest danger is from the Kolder who control an Where can we see the man a near to life as posterity can reasonably ctemand? The answer-, for the foreseeable future, is in the definitive biography which Dumas Malone has been writing with both grace and thoroughness for more than 25 years. The latest volume, the fifth and penultimate, takes Jefferson through his second term of office, during which he faced as chief executive some of the most troublesome events of our history, including the treason trial of Aaron Burr, Jefferson's former vice president, and the embargo imposed reluctantly -. Congress as the only alternative to a war with both Britain and Napoleonic France. The present volume of this great biography shows Jefferson returning happily to private life. The f i n a l ' volume, already him that in preparation, will take through the h a p p y years saw his founding of the University of Virginia and the great exchange of letters with his old rierul and sometime rival. John Adams. -- rch island, however, defeat Kolder, it Once they not be with as difficult lo gain peace :he other nations. Andre Norton's work Lightly knitted in a framework of science fiction, fantasy anci just plain old fashioned storytelling. ACCIDENTS PLANNED Legislative Candidates Answer Questions .LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Thirty-seven stale legislative candidates have supported a measure to place a consumer rep re- tentative on state boards and agencies currently composed only of members of the regulated profession or industry. This was one of the findings ef questionnaires mailed to the candidates in late April by Arkansas Consumer Research,' a nonprofit consumer advocacy organization. Thirty-nine of the 79 candidates in contested legislative races responded lo the questionnaires. Fred Cowan, director of Consumer Research, made the results of the questionnaire, which covered 11 topics of consumer interest in Arkansas public Saturday. Only two of the candidates, senatorial candidate Paul G. Miller of Melbourne and House candidate Earl Jones of Texarkana, did not give their outright endorsement to the consumer representation proposal, Cowan said. The two candidates did not lay they were opposed to the measure. Neither did they sup' port it. A bill to place consumer rep resentatives on boards and agencies was defeated by a narrow margin in the House a f t e r being approved in the Senate last year, "Several of the candidates," Cowan said, "expressed con cern t h a t the consumer repre tentative should have some background to serve on the board and that he or she should not be allowed lo Tote on licensing matters." Thirty-three candidates supported a proposal calling for additional funds for the Consumer Protection Division of the attorney general's office. the authority of the state Insurance Commission to allow it to regulate health insurance rates. Insurance Commissioner Ark Monroe III has indicated his r l r v sirc to have the legislature commission this au- One was opposed; five had no thority. Only four of the candi- ;,,!.i.\, were opposed to such an extension, w i t h 30 in favor. Five had no opinion. BROOMSTICK I N T H E HALL, by Jane Blackmore (Ace - 95 cents) Camilla Greene returns to the sleepy English village that she grew up in to attend the wed- ling of her sister. Julie to Adrian Massey. Camilla had just published a wok on witchcraft in New York. After she arrives at Redstone Hall accidents begin to happen. Many in the village egged on by someone, decide lhat she has somehow caused the accidents by witchcraft. Jake Gurney, an o 1 d friend, turns out to be a two-faced person. To make matters worse, he discovers a codicil in a opinion. Thirty of the candidates also approved of a proposal to increase the budget of the state Public Service Commission significantly to allow it to better analyze the n«d for rate increase requests by utilities. Three were opposed; si xhad no opinion. Twenty-eight of the candidates responded favorably to a proposal to establish an office to advocate consumers' rights in rate hearings before the PSC. Six were opposed; five had no opinion. Several candidates thought sucti an office should be a part of Ihe attorney general's office rather than a separate agency. Cowan said. Cowan said the large majority of the candidates responding to the questionnaires was "solidly in support" of extending On Maneuvers Airman 1C Leroy C. Briggs son of Mrs. Billie Schneider ol Fayetleville, recently partici paled in a North Atlantic Treaty Organization training exercise in Germany. He is a supply specialist at Holloman AFB. N.M. HUNTING FOR FEVER CAUSE KEVER! The Hunt for a New killer Virus, by John G. Fuller. (Reader's Digest Press -- "Foyer!" illustrates how medical talent around the world mobili/cd to tackle a mysterious African virus. Test mice and missionaries and medical wizardry till its pages. A rat is the villain. The book covers the 414-year search for the cause of the fever that broke out in 1969 at the Nigerian village of Lassa. 1 the writing, John G. Fuller, author of several best sellers, had to digest a mountain of meriica] terminology and research procedure. In the telling, however, lie conveys the h u m a n qualities o( courage and commitment that fueled the war against Lassa fever at Yale, Columbia University, the U.S. Public Health Service labs in Atlanta and elsewhere. Despite the exclamation point in ihe title, the language is of ten as dry as a medical bulletin. Characters, although real, appear as stereotypes -- heroic doctors, saintly missionaries long-suffering nurses. As a result, the carefully drawn truth reads like thin fiction. But the events themselves provide enough drama. Of the many Lassa fever deaths, the most shocking was hat of a lab technician at Yale The victim had been nowhere icar the Lassa research area low he got the virus, no one knows. In panic, officials sus pended all work on Lassa fever in ihe United States. 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