Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on September 4, 1974 · Page 12
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 4, 1974
Page 12
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U · ; Northwest Arkcinsm TIMES, Wed., Scpl. 4, 1974 E, ARKANSAS THE WEATHER Elsewhere To Present Resolution By THE ASSOCiAtFU) TRESS · · t ·'. HI LO PRO Otlk 58 51 78 55 .'·', 64 47 -:v.cdy Weather Forecast Fair skies a r e forecast Wednesday for most of the nation. Showers are forecast for the eastern Gulf and rain for New England. Wanner weather is expected for southern states, but unseasonably cool weather is expected to persist in the northern slates. CAP Wircphoto Map) Cool Weather Blankets Nation's Midsection Albany Albu'que Amarillo Asheville Atlanta Birmingham Boise Boston Buffalo Charleston Charlotte Chicago Cincinnati Denver DCS Moines Detroit Du.luth Fairbanks Fort Worth Green Bay Helena Houston Iiul'apolis Jacks'ville Juncau Kansas City Las Vegas Liltle Rock Los Angeles Louisville Marquette Miami Milwaukee Mpls-St. P. s'ew Orleans s n ew York Okla. City Dmaha Orlando Philadelphia Phoenix Pittsburgh P'tland, Ore. P'tland, Me. Rapid City Reno Richmond St. Louis Salt Lake Sail Diego San Fran Seattle Spokane Tarnpa Washington .-.'cdy 78 58 77 57 74 37 :90 59 63 56 59 49 87 71 85 64 60 55 54 48 .38 Cdy .05 Cdy .. v c)r ...cdy .. rn .16 cdy .39 cdy .03 cdj .. cdy .31 clr 72 46 C3 42 6V 40 61 38 68 46 78 56 62 38 74 43 72 t3 67 47 Rii 68 69 42 64 44 103 81 75 52 87 70 58 49 58 36 86 71 59 41 63 39 80 65 .. clr .. cl .. clr .. cl .. clr .. cl .. cl .. cl .. cd .. cd .15 r .. cl .. cl .02 cl .. cl .25 cl .. cl .54 cd .. cl .. c Bumpers .UTTLE KOCK (AP).'-- The ot ·nvironmental Protection Agcn- y'was criticized by Gov. Dale Bumpers Tuesday for proposing o make it easier for states to ollute clean air . Bumpers indicated ' that his riticism is. being incorporated nlO; a resolution being drafted or possible'introduction at the Southern Governors Confer e. He is to attend the con- erence near Austin, Tex., next vcek. Dumpers, lomince for Policy CO 78 58 2.86 rn 71 46 .. clr 67 40 .. clr 92 70 .. rn 60 1.03 rn 79 .. cdy 51 .25 cdy 64 .. cdy 53 1.42 rn 46 .. clr 43 .. clr 1.49 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Showers and thuniierstorms, some locally heavy, swept the Atlantic Coast stales today, causing flash floods in North Carolina and scattering rain and drizzle west int othe Appalachians. Heavy thunderstorms, possibly including a tornado, struck about five miles northwest of Kennedy Airport in New York, destroying more lhan 100 trees. Low streets and areas along creeks in Raleigh. N.C., were washed by flash floods after a l'/2-inch rain. An inch or more of rain soaked much of [he region from Maine to the Carolinas. A cold snap over the central states, Great Plains and Mississippi Valley produced a clear crisp night with temperatures again dropping lo record levels in places. Milwaukee's 44 degrees set a record for both Tuesday night and early today. A frost warning was out for most ot Michigan and scattered light frost was expected ia other Northern stales. The Gult Coast was shrouded i clouds. A few thunderstorm broke over the Southwest, and clouds covered the northern Pacific Coast. Temperatures west of the Rockies were seasonal. Temperatures before dawn ranged from 36 at Pellston, Mich., and Hihbing, Minn., to 1)3 at Nellis Air Force Base near Las Vegas, Nev. The TIMES Is On Top of The New* Seven Days a Week 88 104 65 69 58 71 91 87 68 42 . 85 57 . 78 67 . 64 56 75 60 . 84 55 . 92 75 . 90 60 1.66 the Democratic the United Stales Senate, said (he EPA shoulc put all of the states inlo the 3ass I category under its pro posed regulations to centre "significant deterioration" o air quality in areas where the air already is cleaner than re quired by Federal standards. Class I would allow the least amount of increased production. EPA, however, lias proposed that all stales be placed in Class II, which EPA described as "areas where moderate change is desirable bill where stringent air quality constraints are nevertheless desired." EPA's proposed Class III would allow pollution ol sulphur dioxides and particulates up to ut not exceeding, federal secondary ambient air quality t a n d a r d s , T h e secondarj landards are more stringent nan primary standards which vere designed to protect Ini- nan health. GIVEN TWO YEARS EPA has proposed to give the ilates two .years in which lo reclassify all or parts · of their areas from Class II to Class I c lr or Class III or to consciously c l r allow them to remain in Class quo the entire "significant dele- ration" issue if a stale .did act within two. years. Bumpers said he and Richard Arnold, a gubernatorial aide, re working on the resolution. irnold, a lawyer, has repre- ited environmental groups in rious court battles. Ho wns en 'more critical,' of EPA esday than the governor. . v Arnold said EPA was ''put- g the bias in the wrong diction" by placing slates into ass II rather than Class I. He scribed Class I as "sort ol lerc we are now -- the status o of air quality/' Instead o! ving a presumption tha can air should be maintained 5PA's presumption , favors development, Arnold said. ' He said it would be . miich easier for a slate to shift from Class I to Class II than the' other way around. In the length of :imo it might to: take to meet all of the procedural requirements lor reclassificalion, industries could move into an area that a state subsequently might decide should be in Class l t 'Arnold contended that, the burden should be on industry to show that it is sufficiently desirable at a given location (or the stale to re'classify an area lo Class II or Class HI. He also expressed ; doubt -ibout the the legality of EPA's proopsed significant, delcrlora-' tion regulations. · ~ .. ' The agency was ordered to dralt the proposed regulations in 1972 by the District C6urt for the District of Columbia .Circuit Court. The question of .whether air quality should be weighed against economic · considerations was one of the major arguments in the case from which the court decision stemmed. "I have a feeling the court did not mean thill economics should bo weighed against air quality," Arnold said. clr .clr cdy cdy rn rn Juke Box Entered A juke box near the swim ming pool at Wilson Park was entered sometime between Monday and 3:20 p.m. Tues day. Dale Clark of the Youth Cen ter told police someone ha broken a lock off a gate tr gain entry to the pool area an from the door of a buildinj in which the box was located. Police were unable to deter mine the amount of damage to [he machine nor tlie amount o money taken since the vending machine firm had removed the machine from the premises before police arrived. II. EPA would -assume · control To Impose Surcharge LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Carroll Electric Co-operative Corporation plans to put a proposed surcharge into effect on the next billing lo its customers. Carroll Electric notified the Public Service Commission ol that decision Tuesday. Carroll Electric and eight other members of the Arkansas Electric Cooperative Corp. have sought permission from [he PSC to pass on to their customers a surcharge levied by Corp., which supplies much of their power. After 120 days, the cooperatives may pass on .the surcharge automatically, provided they guarantee refunds if the PSC later rejects part or all of the proposed surcharge. September 6 a date to remember so you 'won't be forgotten That's the last day you can make sure your name-or the names of others in your home-will appear in the new telephone directory. If you have any changes in your listings,! the telephone company business office. We'll be glad ·to help you. But be sure to call by .September 6. 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