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July 25, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 15

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With Future Economic Conditions Northwest Artanwj TIMES, Thurs., July 25, 1974 rAVETTEVILLI, ARKANSAS · Present Levels Of Confidence Correlate By JOHN CUNN1FF NEW YORK (API - The failure of the adminislration to develop an effective program against inflation has so demoralized Americans that it could plunge the nation into a deep depression, a consur - ~ pollster said today. Albert Sindlinger, whose search is widely circulated in the White House, the Treasury, the Federal Reserve and Con gross, said public .nervousness has reached the point where growing numbers fear bank failures. While the administration tinues to say the economy is recovering, Sindlinger said in an ngcr Company's Swirlhtnorc, · Pa., office to monitor the responses coming in on the firm's battery of telephones. Following that meeting, he visited Arthur F. Burns, chair- mta of the Federal Reserve Board; William E. Simon, Treasury secretary; Paul \V. McCracken, former chief economic adviser; Vice President Gerald R. Ford, and influential members of Congress. His campaign reached a climax July 13 at Camp David Md., where he said he spoke with various cabinet undersecretaries in meetings that ex tended into Sundav 1 c · , · ; *" " t , t. *f 9** . fvfrift ! * / . , ? ( * * » « . . «* ^V-lfc-'S.v.-*.»fB,-SfiS ·*", m * . j Beatin' The Heat \ This Dallas youngster has his soaring, over (he 100 degree sight, anything helps. (AP own solution to keening a mark for Ihe last s e v e r a l Wirephoto) cool head. With temperatures days and no real relict in Cave Is Discovered Beneath Center Of Mexican Pyramid MEXICO CITY (AP) -- Discovery of a cave underneath the exact center of a massive Mexican' pyramid probably poses more questions than answers about a mysterious race, archeologisls say. The cave, 400 feet long, three feet wide and five feet tall, was found nearly two years ago by a team of National Institute of Anthrology and History avch- eologists but the discovery was not disclosed until this week. "We are studying the cave bill even if it might help us find more about the customs of the ancient Teotihuacanos, I doubt we will ever find what their origin was," said institute researcher Jorge Acosta. In the cave, underneath the 170-foot high Pyramid of the Sun in the Tcotihuacan arch- Dorm Thefts Are Though! Related Several recent dormitory burglaries at the University of Arkansas are believed to have been the work of a single person, the Department of Public Safety said today. A DPS spokesman said that a person described as a slender, black male with a mustache, 6 feet 1 inch in height and in his early 20's has been seen by several' persons around the rooms when and where thefts have occurred during the past two weeks. The most recent theft was reported Wednesday evening by Miss Sheila Peer of Yocum Hall. Miss Peer said that about 1:30 a.m. Saturday a black male, she did not know, fitting the description, entered her v n n m eological complex 30 miles searchers found bones and bro- ten pottery. Finding the bones has led some archeologisis to theorize Ihe ancient Teotihuacans used he pyramid as a burial chamber. But generally, at least until now, Mexican archeologists .bought the many pyramids in .his country were only temples. Some of the pottery in the cave bears bas-relief engravings" of ancient nobles. Most o! Ihe stuff in the cave dates back Lo about 300 A.D., archeologists say. The Tcolihuacans established themselves in the area, archeologists believe, about 200 B.C. and disappeared about 600 A.D. "We don't know why they went away and we will probably never find out because they did not leave behind any written documents," Acosta said. : Beardcn To Vote BEARDEN, Ark. CAP) -- Beardcn voters will decide Aug 13 whether, 'o proceed with plans to raise f u n d s for pro posed improvements of the city's water and sewer sys [ems. Mayor Donald Cain of Beard en said about 40 per cent of the homes inside the city limit have access to the water an sower systems. The Farmers Home Adminis tration has been refusing loan to persons wanting to build o buy homos in Bearden becatis they could not connect to th systems, Cain said. Some controversy, h n s deve oped over whether the cit should ask one federal agcnc for a loan of $532,000 an whether the city should ask an other agency Tor a grant o $108,000. NOBEL PRIZE WINNER DIES LONDON (AP) -- Sir James hadwick. who won -the Nobel ihysics prize in 1935 for the dis- :overy of the neutron, died Vednesday at his home in Cambridge. He was 82 and had leart trouble. Chadwick was a member of .ord Rutherford's famous Cav- ndish Laboratory at Cam- n'idge University when he dis- overed the neutron, ft pre- 'iously undetected constituent f the atom. It was a key step n the development of atomic nergy. Later Chadwick and col- eagues working with him at jiverpool University discovered he principle x of the atomic jomb that by 'bombarding the itomic nuclei of various isotopes with neutrons, a chain fission reaction could he set off with consequent enormous re- As World War H approached, ie became deeply involved in research pointing to the development of t h e atomic bomb. Associates considered him the lirst Englishman who fully appreciated the clanger that Ger- nany might harness the atom for military purposes. In 1943 he went to the United States as head of a British atomic team to assist in the development of the bomb, taking with him senior scientists Irom a nuclear department he had established at Liverpool University. He was responsible for coordinating the work of American. British and Canadian sci- cnt its working on the bomb. He was- knighted in 1945. Tire Missing SPRINGDALE -- Patricia Maggard, '16-B Appiegate Dr., toid police a tire was stolen from the r e a r of her pickup truck early -Wednesday mor ning. The truck was parked in f r o n t of her residence. interview, the public, worried about its falling buying power and rumors of layoffs, believes the 'opposite. Daily telephone interviews with householders throughout the country show, he said, that millions fear that government doesn't understand the seriousness of inflation and is content to talk it away. Specifically cited by those polled he said, was the comment of Herbert Stein, cahir- man of the Council of Economie Advisers, that the American people themselves are to blame for inflation because they have declined to accept higher taxes. Based on past experience, Sindlinger maintaing. correlations can be made between levels of confidence and future economic conditions. So alarmed did he become over what he said was a precip itous drop in the public's confidence about future buying power, jobs, the stability of banks and the economy m general,' that he personally pleaded his case at the White House. As a result, a White House representative visited' Smdli- Many shared his fears morninj he saic While come congressmen also share his views, Sindlinger said, he believes certain advisers around the President would i-ather believe thai the worst is behind us .rather than face the fads. Since then, the Senate voted for a conference on inflatioi among business, labor, emigres siqnal, Federal Reserve and ad ministration representalives. Sindlinger's surveys arc con ducted independently and sol to clicnls, many of them busi nessmen, for use in measurin and forecasting attitudes tha might have an effect on sale or general economic condition" Brush Hog Reporied Stolen SPRINGDALE -- A brush hog stolen from a lot on Old Wire road d u r i n g t h e last month, reports. according Owner of to the police equip jncnt Molcane Barenz ot Oak 3rove, Ky., told police the jrush hog was taken from near .he Alvis Barnes' residence. Police arc trying to locate a former employe of Barenz to question him about the theft, The employe was said to have stolen several bank checks from Barenz. The TIMES Is On Top of The News Seven Days a WeeVI Second Cheerleading Workshop Begins The second session ot Cheer, leading Workshop on the 'University of Arkansas caijipuj began Monday and will Icon- elude Friday. · Sponsored by_ the jjitcr- national Cheerleading Foundation and the UA Division of Continuing Education, thejone- wcek workshop features; instruction in checrleading techniques, tumbling, acrobatics, and pep rally planning. ; Approximately 280 cheerleaders arc attending from three states, Arkansas, Missouri Una Oklahoma, ··' SHOP AND SAVE AT THE BOSTON STORE MALLWALK SALE! MEN'S SLACKS, Reg . to 14.00 Casual and dress slyles. 4.99 MISSES SPORTSWEAR, Reg . te 13 .oo 2.99 Assortment of various sizes in shorts, T-shirts, blouses, shells, and pants. Siies 8 to 18. SUMMER DRESSES, Prints, jerseys, sheers, shifts, Misses and Half sizes. Reg. to 24.00 . and pant dresses, [n assorted 11.99 slyles and colors. Easy-care fabrics. Child's Body Is Identified LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- The body of a child who drowned June 9 was identified Wednesday as that of John Corpier, 5, authorities said- The hoy drowned when he was thrown from a house boat near the Little Rock Marina, the PnUiski County sheriff's office said. Lt. Gene Walther, the information officer for the sheriff's office, said the boy's father told deputies at the time that the boy's name was John Pierce Campbell Jr. and gave.his own surname as Campbell. Walter said Dr. Rodney F. Carrion, the state medical examiner, identified the body from dental records as that of John Corpier. Walther said the father apparently had given a false surname for himself and his son, bujt the reason was not known. The boy's parents were 1 found Wednesday in Marshall, Tex. MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS, Reg . te u.oo . . · 2 - 99 Long sleeve stvles in solids and patterns. Perma- press polyester/collon and polyester knits. GiRLS' SPORTSWEAR, Reg . 5 skirls, jackets, tops, body suits, To !/z Off Shorts, pants. Sizes 4 '- M. oo to 20.00 .. and swimwear. Assorted styles, colors and fabrics, BOYS SLACKS, R eg 6.00 to 10.00 Casual and dress styles. Sizes 8 to 12, Regular and slims, also waist sizes, 2.99 to 3.99 Siloam Talent SILOAM SPRINGS -- Fortnightly Follies, a show of local talent sponsored by the Junior Fortnightly C l u b of Siloam Springs, has been scheduled for Sept. 14 in t h e Community Building. Any individual or group desiring to participate in the follies may contact Mrs. D. L. Dorsey, 503 S. Elm St., Siloam DUSTERS Reg. 12.00 Dacron and cotton with lace trim. V-neck and sleeve slyles, in 3.99 pink, blue and geld. S-M-L.-XL. 4.50 to 8.25 PANTIE GIRDLES, Reg . 9.00 to i6.so Long leg, and overage leg slyles. Lightweight and heavy control Lycra spandex. S-M-L-XL. Boston Store II SHOP NORTHWEST ARKANSAS PLAZA DAILY 10 A.M. TO 9 P.M. room. She told him that she was getting ready to go to bed and left the room. When she returned she noticed her purse was open and found $50 missing, she said. Two Brush Fires Reporied Wednesday SPRINGDALE -- Firemen extinguished two grass fires here Wednesday. A woman burning trash at Hwy. 68 west and New Hope Road ignited nearby grass, causing a fire that spread over half an acre of land owned by Carl Carpenter. Cause of a second brush f i r e at Parsons Road on Wes Burkett's land is undetermined. The fire burned grass and trash over a 100 square foot area. Clothing, Groceries Reporied Stolen Mrs. Barbara Cain, 10 S. Willow Avc., told Faycltcville police Wednesday that someone entered her apartment Wednesday afternoon and look all her clothing from closets and some groceries from her refrigerator. The missing items are valued at $280. Protect Your Eyes Persons unaccustomed to wearirfg eyeglasses may f i n d sunglasses cause an irritation at the bridge of the nose or behind the ears. 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