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August 13, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

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Labeling Inflation 'Public Enemy No. V McClellan Pleased With New Ford Emphasis WASHINGTON (AP) -- Sen. John L. McClellan. D-Ark., said Monday night that he was pleased that President Ford had emphasized inflation "as public enemy No. 1" and the necessity for immediate action to bring it and the cost of living under control. McClellan, chairman of the Senate Appropriations Committee, said the course Ford proposed in his speech to a joint session of Congress "gives the opportunity Tor the promise of uniting and healing our nation." He also said he approved of President Ford's insistence that the United States should remain strong militarily while working for peace. Ford said that the nation will deal openly with allies and adversaries and will maintain a strong defense as a surest way to peace. McClellan said he agreed with Ford's statement thai "just as America's will for peace is second to none, so will America's strength be seconc to none." The senator called the Presi dent's speech "a strong, sound sensible message." He had a tone and. ring of unmistake- able sincerity. In a prepared statement, McClellan also praised Ford for :orreclly identifying the na- ion's needs that should receive mmediate attention. Other members of the Ar- tansas congressional delegation, contacted after the President's speech, praised Ford. Rep. Bill Alexander, a Democrat, called Ford's speech "a refreshing, candid breath of fresh air t h a t was generally welcome in Congress. "lie seemed to say 'Let's get down to work with the problem of inflation'," Alexander said. Two Killed WHEELER, Tex. (AP) -Two Harrison, Ark., men were among three persons killed in a two-car collision, apparently caused by a tire blow-out near here Monday, the Texas Depart ment of Public Safety said. Authorities identified the deac as Danny Lynn Beck, 21, o Elk City, Okla., and Andrew H. Battenfield, 23, and Alfred Recoyle, 2G. both of Harrison. Officials said Arlyss Batten field, 20. and Jim Recoyle, 28 both of Harrison, were in satis factory condition. Alexander said he also w a s ncerned with the protection the right of privacy for citi- ns. "He Ford promised we ould not have a, repeat of hat we had in the pre ous administration," Alexan er added. Rep. John Paul Hammer «hmidt, Arkansas' only Re ublican congressman, s a ord's suggestion that govern nent, business and labor lead rs join in an open summit con erence "has gerat merit." Hammerschmidt also saic lat Ford's decision to sign th Slementary and Secondary Education Act indicated ign of recognition of domesti riorities." Former Presiden lixon ha dthreatened to vet le controversial bill. The TIMES Is On Top of The News Seven Days a Weefcl 53/4% 71/2% We have a savings program and interest rate to meet your need*. Foyetteville Savings Loan Association Ml N. East Avenue Named To Board LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- corge Keeter, 40, owner ot the leburno County Lumber Co. at eber Springs, was named by ov. Dale Bumpers Monday to IB slate Alcoholic Beverage Control Board. He will fill the vacancy rcated by the death of Walter ,. Hinton Jr. of Little Rock. Kecter's term expires Dec 5, 1975. Step Closer WASHINGTON (AP) -- Alan Greenspan is a step closer to heading the President's Council of Economic Advisers. Former -President Nixon's nomination of Greenspan, president of a New York economic consulting firm, was approved Monday by the Senate Banking Committee. President Ford has said he will stick by the nomination, which now goes to the full Senate. Selmo Farmed Out MILWAUKEE (AP) - The Milwaukee Brewers onnouncej Monday that they had returned veteran relifc pitcher Dick Sel- Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Tues., Aug. 13, 1974 FAVETTEVILLE. 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