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Northv/e'st Arhonsas TIMES, Thur*., Sept. 19, 1974 Â· 3 rAYETTEVILLE. ARKANSAS Â·Chiquifa 1 lies patiently as 'Clic' appears to he using i t s beak to help in Hie agc-olil Flea Fighter battle' against fleas. The pair belongs to Jaime Andres Ar- royo of Mexico Wlrcphoto) Cily. (AP Busfield Challenges Weinberger Statement Kennedy Would LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Dr. Roger M. Busfield Jr.. executive director of Hie Arkansas Hospital Association, has challenged a statement that medical care costs have increased EO per cent since wage and price controls were removed. Casper W. Weinberger, secretary of the federal Department ' '" -' ~ - " and Wcl- ment. Bustield as do all other consumers of the economy." Knievel's Earnings Set At $3 BUTTE. Mont. CAP) -- Poor the" state-1 Evel Knievel. He says his abortive Snake River- Canyon jump of Conway called will bring him only something less than $3 million, only one- third the amount he had said he would earn. But he's not complaining. Weinberger's statement "a dis- ' tortion of fact and not a true ' picture of the cost situation in Â·Â· the health field." Busfield said hospital service Â· In the year that ended in July. .- while the consumer price index IJUALimii aalu iiu3tJii.ni oi_ivii_\- - ^. charges had risen 9.2 per cent "What the hell. I m still alive. I r -Â° . . . . . . , . 1....... IK** Klim Ailnntun:, *:kv have the blue Montana sky. What do I need all that money rose 11.8 per'cent - the s t e c - j l o r ? " said Knievel as he rc- pest increase in one year since! laxed in his hometown Wednes- the year that ended in Scptem-;day her 1947. Busfield said Weinberger had based his statement on the first four months after controls were removed, a period when hospitals were catching up with general economic inflation. Prices A spokesman tor Top Rank Inc., the firm that promoted the closed-circuit telecast ol the j u m p , confirmed earnings hadn't approached the hoped- for millions. Answer All Questions HOBART, Ind. (AP) -- Sen Edward M. Kennedy says that if ho decides lo r u n for presi dent he will answer any ques lions raised about Chap paquiddick. The Massachusetts Demo crat, w!io was here Wednesday for a S100-a-plate Democrat! fund-raising dinner, said h woultl "respond to question and do the best T could" on th controversy surrounding the accident. Mary Jo -Kopechne drowned when a car driven by Kennedy plunged off a bridge into deep water off Chappaquiddick Island in July of 19(59. He said, "I have indicated it ,'as a very deep personal tragedy. I have accepted full responsibility for it and full regret for the incident. I would respond to any questions." Extended Outlook LITTLE HOCK CAP) - - T h e ."Never in our wildest dreams extended Arkansas weather charged by hospitals still were did we think so few people i outlook calls for a chance of controlled during that period!would watch the event. Wejshowers mainly southeast Sat- while restrictions on other industries had been removed. "It was either that or go bankrupt," Busfield said. "Hos- Â· pitals do not contribute to in- urday ending Sunday. It should be cool Saturday, were very, very disappointed Rank's Robert Arum. He said warming Sunday and Monday. Highs should be in the 70s to much more than $150,000 after 80s with lows in the low to mid . flation; they react to inflation FROM HERMAN RAUCHEFTS NATIONAL BEST SELLER A Robert Mulligan/Richard A. Roth Production JENNIFER O'NEILL' GARY GRIMES Â· JERRY HOUSER Â· OLIVER CONANT Written by Produced by Directed by Music by HERMAN RAUCHER RICHARD A. ROTH ROBERT MULLIGAN MICHEL LE6RAND TECHNICOLOR* ONE WEEK ONLY! MALL TWIN CINEMA No, 2 PHOENIX VILLAGE #1 ( R.smith) STRAND (Clarksville) OPENING FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 2O (Pass List Suspended) Check Theatres for Show Times Antique Car Show FRIDAY AND SATURDAY See Over 40 of the Area's Finest Antique Cars On The Mall. huie/t an/a/ Plaza So Near. . . .So Much Â· Over 50 Stores Â· 3,000 Free Parking Spaces Â· Open 10-9 Only Â· Hwy 71 Between Fayetteville Springdale THE GANT ATTITUDE JARMAN; SLIP-ONS Comfortable, well-made Jarmans. look good with all your fall wardrobe. Brown, or Black' two-tones in suede and patent. Mid-heel. 30.00 MEN'S SHOE5- Gant's concern for fashion and quality is seen once again in the HuggerÂ® model. A m.ore fitted shirt in 65 % Dupont DacronÂ® polyester, 35% Cotton. New Todd collar and single-needle stitching. Blue with cream stripes and Cream with blue stripes. 141/232 to 16X2-35. 16.00 HAGGAR SLACKS with Contemporary Styling This slack will be a solid hit for any man. Done with Haggar styling, for the young man look. Choose from solid shades of Navy, Tan, Rust or Black. 29 waisr to 38 waist, 31 to 34 length? 18.00 Boston USE YOUR BOSTON STORE CHARGE MASTER CHARGE or BANKAMERICARD CARD SHOP NORTHWEST ARKANSAS PLAZA DAILY 10:00 A.M.-9:00 P.M.