Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 13, 1974 · Page 6
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Tuesday, August 13, 1974
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Norlhwost Arkansas TIMES, Tuos., Aug. 13, FAVETTEVILLE, A R K A N S A S 1974 ! ·· -- iftl I A.M, HTAttTl J ? . i "* I itttitfii ' tiBiiiiniBwiiitiiiiiffliiiniiMffiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii THE WEATHER Elsewhere By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Tuesday HI LO PRC Otlk Weather Forecast Cooler weather is forecast from the Pacific Northwest to tbe Great Lakes with warmer temperatures in the and West. Sections of Northern Plains, New South t h c Eug- land and the Western G u l f w i l l receive showers. (AP Wirepholo) III Two-Year-Old Adopted By Florida Pair Albany Albu'que Amarillo Anchorage Ashe'ville Atlanta Birmingham Bismarck Boise Boston Brownsville Buffalo Charleston Charlotte Chicago Cleveland Denver Des Moines Detroit Duluth Fort Worth Green Bay Helena Honolulu Houston Inri'apolis Jacks'ville Juneau Kansas City Las Vegas Little Rock Los Angeles Louisville Marquette Memphis Miami Milwaukee Mpls-S.T.P. New Orleans New York Okla. City Omaha Orlando Philartphia Phoenix Pittsburgh P'tland, Ore. P'tland, Me. Rapid City' Reno Richmond St. Louis Salt Like San Diego San Fran Seaf.tle Snokane Tamna Washington M M 92 60 89 R7 61 81 82 85 78 47 88 53 80 61 96 76 79 02 85 82 69 84 74 81 62 88 55 05 69 86 67 . cdy . clr . cdy 55 . . c d y CG 1.00 cdy OS .. rn 69 .10 rn Ford Faces Tough. Economic Decisions 75 95 68 clr clr .. clr .20 clr 1 .. cdy .. cdy .. cdy .08 rn .01 cdy .12 rn .. cdy .. clr .11 cdy .37 rn cdy cdy cdy 95 85 87 09 . 5 cdy 73 43 94 71 102 77 85 69 .19 cdy 74 66 84 76 91 86 81 78 89 86 92 94 88 69 50 70 80 C6 56 7(1 65 70 115 72 clr cdy clr cdy . 82. 104 76 83 ' (3 71 58 82 TALLAHASSEE, Fla. .fAP) -- David Link, a tic fibrosis, 80 89 78 91 89 76 04 68 55 76 4!) 89 78 83 71 .14 44 67 72 67 fi7 cdy .02 rn rn .07 cdy .. cdy .76 rn '.. cdy .. criy . . cdy .08 rn cdy .. clr .. cdy .. clr . clr .02 cdy .. clr .. cdy cdy clr cdy By JOHN CUNNIFF Business Analyst NEW YORK (AP) -- Since the economy is Ihe No. 1 problem. President Gerald Ford's honeymoon isn't likely to have an indefinite run. Evenlually, if not immediately, he must decide on what anli-inflation course he will pursue. And that means he might offend large segments of economic society, .despite his desire for cooperation and mutuality. The schools of economic thinking Unlay can be divided and subdivided more sharply than at almost any time In a decade or more. In the extreme, one side insists on an .t:onomic straightjackct, the other urges more freedom. This division is partly the legacy of five years of cx- perimenlalion that led the Nixon administration back to where it began -- tight money a spending holddowri, a bal anced budget. Alan Greenspan, who was Nixon's choice to be chairman of the Council of Economic Ad visers, exemplifies- this thinking.'Arthur Burns, heaa of Federal Reserve, does to a large degree. So does Hcrber Stein, outgoing council chair an. But those economists mon Write In LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Jo seph Harry Weston of Cav City, who says he will be write - in gubernatorial candi date, said Monday that he wa starting a tour of the 75 Arkan sas counties to personally del ver to each county electio commission the required notic of his candidacy. He said entified with the Democrats, uch as Waller Heller. Olio ckslocn and James Tobin, all dvisers in Ihe Kennedy-John- years, disagree, sharply. They suggesl that moder- tion, exceptions to the rule, ecial handling of sensitive is ucs such as housing -- even a ;tle experimentation -- mighl ill be called for, despite Nix I's failures in these directions Perserverance in a Ugh monetary.fiscal policy, they be eve, might lead to social dis Dcations even more severs mn those attributed to in ation, such as joblessness, fi ancial disorder, recession. In arriving at Iheir con lusions. each side sometime ses the same reasons as thi ther. The Democratic economist rgue that an overly tight mbn tary policy would bring mor inancial disorder. Indications that the division ire even more extreme can be lathered from the growing as umplions of some legislators lusinessmen and .others tha he entire policy of light monc nay be counterproductive. This position is based on the assumption that inflation Isn't domestically generated nearly much as it is caused by foreign events, such as oil · prices, over which tight money has no restraining impact at all. President Ford is acclaimed or Ins ability to elicit coopera- lon from all parlies, but if he can handle the anti-inflation program without offending ;reat numbers of people, that acclaim will become awe. Pair Killed ! HOT SPRINGS. Ark. AP) - wo persons were killed and Ive other persons were Injured arly today in a one-car accl- ent on Arkansas 7 about 5.6 miles south of here. Slate Police identified the vic- ims as Kevin Glaze. 17. a n d Billy J. Cox, 14, both of Hoi iprings, Officers said Glaze was t h e driver of the car and that Cox vas a passenger. Authorities aid the accident occurred when Glaze lost control while driving at a high rale of speed in a sharp curve. The injured were identified as Billy E. Novlon, 15. John L Thomas, 17, Michael D. Glaze 21, Kathyan L. Maus, 16, am James T. Williams, 17. all o Hot Springs. All were passen gers in the car driven by Kevin Glaze. -- French aerlalist Petit, who wants to Officials Worried NIAGARA FALLS. N.Y. (AP)~ Philipps walk a - vTre across the Niagara River" ·orge. has officials worried about Ihe precedent he may set: n doing it. Pe'it woh dazzled New York-: rs wilh a walk between th»- 1,350-foot high twin towers of= he World Trade Center last, week, met Monday with U.S.:. and Canadian officials about tha; aroposal. . :, Keith Hopkins, regional ad-; minislrator of the Niagara Frontier Stale Park and Recreation Commission, said' afterwards lie was worried a' high wire walk by Petit might encourage others to try the- same thing. : And Mayor George Bukator- of Niagara Falls, Ont., said"We don't need this kind ot- thing right now." .' Enjoy Cool Comfort IN.YOUR RUPTURE-EASER for reduclbfB inguinal hnrnr Rent a New Piano On Our Rent-or-Buy Plan For Beginner Student New Pianos from $760.00 Mason Hamlin Wurlitzei Knob* Filch er Wurlitzer Organs Rents for $15 Monthly Rent up to lx months. If you decide to buy, we will make full allowance charge on the purchase price. Give the children and yourself an opportunity t» see lust how much musical enjoyment a new piano adds to your family life. Call today -- only a limited number of new pianos available for this offer. Southeast Corner of Square Guisinger Music House already ha documents commissions in Sharp and Fu Tnis» $9.95 DOUBLE missions in the remaining coui ties by the end of August. West, editor of the controve sial Sharp Citizen newspape was defeated by Ken Coon fo might not live to be a family who didn't know about 20 but unless some family came them," Link adds. nomination May 28. WASHINGTON (AP) - A bill has spent most of placed in the care benefits for American prisoners of war and paying one foster home to another. World War II claims against the government was approved Monday by the House. The acked the now priorities Now the shuttling is over. A couple whose 9 -year- old daugh- adoption and the Links applied for paying war claims on to able disease has adopted him. - "We could not let him spend his entire life not knowing the slate pays his $1.- passed the package 3C8 to began suffering from ':he hered- and sent it back to the Senate. knowing the meaning of Daddy itary disease, which causes the not aware of when they applied to adopt him in December. "We don't look on the adop- Link, 33, an assistant vice pres- ercises three times a day. "Because we have gone with tion as a chore or a duty but as a child with the problem from six months to B years old, it The life expectancy of a cys- 0ONEIDA Lord does His thing in His own recent years from adapt to the problems than for Add That Touch Of Good Taste To Your Summer Entertaining! Save At These Special Prices Oneida Deluxe Community Stainless Strike a note for the hearty robust look of Country English, Open Monday and Thursday til 8:30 A A. Mozart B. Modern Antique C. 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