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September 19, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

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Senate Appears Set To Reject Pay Hike Delay WASHINGTON (AP) - D e spite a late plea from President DEDICATED COP SHOT THIRD TIME DETROIT Ciaglo left (AP) -- Gregory a monastery six . . . ., , s . .. a K° lo , J°"! l , hT ° Detroit Ford, the Senate appears ready ! P ol ' cc , Department. He wanted to reject his attempt to battle i l ° . llc 'P P e °E «· Now hc . s , in Inflation by pay raises. " delaying . federal iscnous condition after s °^ or " le "'ITM "me. . , being I see this vote as the first "He had a deep faith that test of our common elfort to "'ere was a job to be done put our economic house in or- there," said his sister, Janice der," Ford said in another ap-jGilbeau. "He did not always peal to the Senate on Wednes- j « la »t lo le a policeman. "After he came out of the Marine Corps, he spent a year in a monastery and then decided lo join the department to day. Ford Gerslacker Asks Voluntary Wage And Price Controls DETH01T ( A P ) -- The chairman of Dow Chemical Co. called today lor the imposition of voluntary wage-price controls, while auto industry leaders proposed a moratorium on federal emission and safety rules. "I would propose voluntary McClellan Pushes HEW Amendment has ordered a three- montli delay on pay raises tor 3.5 million federal workers, a move he says will save 1 ·rnment $700 million. he gov- help people." Police . say Ciaglo, 28. was That can be overturned by ei- sho( , in the stomach with his ther house of Congress, how- own handgun on Tuesday by a ever, and the Senate was Driver he was arresting for not scheduled to vole today on a ' h a v i n g a license or registration, resolution to disapprove Ford s ciaglo's years with the de- action. A number of Republicans and most Democrats were expected to oppose the President. Merger Signed By Knight, Ridder Chains DETROIT AP) -- An agreement merging two major U.S. newspaper publishing chains, Knight Newspapers Ridder Publications been.signed. Inc. Inc., and has The signing on Wednesday came after the boards of directors of the two organizations approved the agreement. The Knight board met in Detroit; Bidder directors voted in St. Paul, Minn. The new group, which contains 35 newspapers, will have a combined circulation of 3.6 million, by far the largest of any newspaper chain. Only the Gannett Co. Inc., with 54 papers and a ciriculation of 2.3 million, has more member papers. Under the agreement, one share of Ridder stock will be exchanged for six-tenths of a share of Knight stock. Lee Hills, chairman and chief executive officer, and Alvah II. Chapman Jr., signed for Knight. Bidder's representatives were Bernard J. Ridder, board chairman, and Bernard J. Rlddler Jr., president. CAT AND COLLIE CONFUSE LITTERS CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (AP) --Things sometimes get a bit confusing around the Bill Fowler home when the pets decide that mealtime has arrived. Bunny, the calico cat, is likely to be nursing a couple ot col lie puppies almost as big as she Is, while a couple of her own kittens are lining up for their turn at Trautchin the schnau- parlment have been stormy. He i ad a serious dispute with his follow officers and there were tile three shootings. He quit the department in 1970 because of pressure by follow officers after lie refused to sign a report that didn't include details of a beating his partners allegedly administered to a man. Ciaglo's supervisor. then-Sgt. Frank A. Blount, backed him in the dispute, and he rejoined the force a year later. "You can tell he is not a violent man, but I would love to mve 1,000 like h i m on ten force," said Blount, who is now a deputy chief of police. In 1972, Ciaglo was hit in the face by shotgun pellets after he responded to a radio order to investigate a report of a man with a gun at a Detroit apartment. Ciaglo recovered. Eleven months later, .he was shot in support of what might be called a 'five and 10' program," said Dow's Carl Gerstacker. "Government would ask industry to take a pledge, company by company, not to raise Us price index by more than a reasonable level, say 5 per cent. "And government would ask labor leaders to pledge that they would limit their demand to a reasonable level, such as 10 per cent, during the same period." He said the program would help Immediately lo arrest the spiral of inflation if the guideline. 1 ; were respected over t h e next year. Gerstacker made the suggestion in remarks prepared for a mini-summit on inflation sponsored by the U.S. Commerce WASHINGTON (AP) -- Sen. John I. McClellan, D-Ark.. said Wednesday his amendment to the appropriation to: 1 the Health, Education and Welfare Department would insure Ihat school integration was pushed as hard in the North as in the South. The Senate approved McClellan's amendment Wednesday. regallon of public schools in the north has not been forced with equal vigor. "This amendment attempts to make certain that the same aggressive actions and methods that federal authorities have applied in the South to end segregation also will be forcefully and equally applied in the northern states," McClellan Northwest Arkantai TIMES, Thur*., S*pt. 19, 1974 '·' PAVITTIVILLI. ARKANSAS Time Consuming Mot LOS ANGELES --Top-seeded Jimmy Connors won a time consuming 6-4, 6-7, 6-2 victory over Brian Teacher in the second round of the $100,000 Pacif- He said his Appropriations Committee would hold hearings to monitor HEW compliance with the law in that regard. io Southwest open Unnis tournament. , KXWrT WATCH KKMIH . . I I · I ·_/ A .j- *» m w p"v ·y sWffrs Man Acquiled Because Accuser Was Blind Department, preparatory President's Nation set Washington. the jaw by a suspect he summoned to his patrol car for questioning. zer. The Fowlers have two collies, Sassie and Tana, plus Trnut- ehin and Bunny. Sassie, Traut- chin and Bunny are recent mothers. But rather than follow tradition, the Fowler pets and their offspring have taken the attitude that the handiest mother will do when mealtime comes around. Bunny chose Sassie's box as the delivery room when she gave birth to her three kittens two weeks ago. She then ignored her own children and be (ran nursing Sassie's five pups. Trautchin, with five pups of her own, took pity on the kit- Dillard Gets First IBM Retail Store System NORTH LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- IBM has installed its first computerized retail store system in Diliard Pfeifer-Blass Department Store at McCain Mall. Archie W. Criltenden of Dillard said the new IBM 3650 system features 50 hand-held electronic wands at sales counters which read magnetically coded price tags. He said the price tags contain he price of the item, its description and stock data. Here is how a typical transaction would work: A clerk p a s s e s the wand reader over the thin magnetic stripe on the price tag. A terminal device, which resembles a cash register, records and prints the information about the item and displays the price on a lighted panel. To complete tbe purchase, the amount due, including tax, is computed by the terminal, along with the change to be returned. The terminal prints a cash receipt and a journal tape. Crittenden said t h a t the terminal captures such information as merchandise class, size, color and price for inventory control. That information is retained in the company's central computer. "With detailed information about the previous day's sales, we will provide our buyers with sales data five days faster than LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- A judge directed on Wednesday that Frank R. Jackson, 24, of North Little Rock be acquitted )ecause the woman he was accused of robbing was blind and could not make a sufficient dentification of her robber. Judge Richard B. Adkisson.ol Pulaski County Circuit Court directed the verdict upon a mo- .ion by Chief Deputy Public Defender John W. Anchor. Mrs. Willie Saunders had testified that on Aug. 24 a man whose voice she knew to be that of Jackson approached her while she sat on her front porch, asked for 50 cents and she refused. She said the man then knocked her off the porch, took her purse containing about $15 and ran. Deputy Pros. Ally. Dan Stripling said Mrs. Saunders was totally blind in one eye and had limited vision in the other. M r s . Saunders' granddaughter, Marily Bobro, 17, testified that she had introduced Jackson to her grandmother more than a year ago and was present several times when Jackson talked with her grandmother. She said the last conversation was at least one year ago. It is one of 12 sessions for the Conference on In- for Sept. 27-28 in Ford Motor Co. Chairman Henry Ford II warned that inflation "will destroy our economy if not checked. "Unfortunately, fiscal and monetary stringency cause lower incomes, higher unemployment and social stress." Ford called for creation of a presidential commission to study long-range demands for raw materials. He said public employment for the unemployed and income maintenance for the poor might be needed in the future. General Motors Chairman Richard Gerstenberg said he agreed with industry leaders who said during a mini-summit in Pittsburgh earlier this week that, mandatory wage and price controls had no place in the administration's anti - inflation campaign. Gcrstenherg repeated GM s oft-5tated request for a moratorium on safety and emission standards. He said they drain he auto industry of badly needed capital. Henry Ford agreed that new safety and emissions standards must he deferred. BEDDING SALE innerspring or foam sleep set. A .jury had been empaneled to hear the case. Judge Lewis Dies PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- Edwin 0. Lewis, former President Judge of Common Pleas Court, is dead at 95. Lewis, a leader of restoration efforts that helped change the Independence Hall area from a virtual slum into an attractive historical site, died Wednesday at his apartment. Among Lewis' survivors s his nephew, Pennsylvania Sen. Hugh Scott, the Senate Minority Leader. Coon Names His Campaign Manager LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Ken Coon, the Republican gubernatorial nominee, named Charles T. Bernard of Earle as his campaign manager Wednesday. Bernard, 47, is a former state GOP party chairman. He failed in an attempt to unseat Sen. J. W. Fulbright, D-Ark., in 1968. Coon, who held a news conference to announce Bernard's appointment, called it "another significant step in our march to victory" over Democrat David Pryor in November. Bernard said Coon would bring honesty and open government to the slate as governor. About $50,000 has been raised for Coon so far, and another $30,000 has been pledged, Bernard said. He said an additional 571,000 could be raised. Bernard said that when Coon's platform is released, "the people will be able to read it and know immediately Ken's definite stands and programs lor the betterment of Arkansas." Coon said he would announce his platform in the next few days, but said bis main objectives would be campaign reform, constitutional revision and education. Ticking treated for hygienic ctaanlinett MATTRESS AND FOUNDATION SET PROVIDES REST AND RELAXATION Super-firm innerspring or polyuretriane foam version. Mattress gives cushioneed comfort. Torsion-support foundation. 219.95 full set 129.88 239.95 queen set (innerspring only). .179.88 379.95 king set (innerspring only). . .229.88" Tick Pateern Similar to Above TWIN SET MATTKESS AND FOUNDATION REGULARLY 179.95 We care about your comfort. Evelyn Hills, Fayetteville, 443-4591 SALE, LIMITED TIME ONLY tens and allowed them to join her ibrood. Then Sassie developed a milk disease and has retired to little more than "supervisor." "But they're beginning to compromise," said Mrs. Fowler. The cat has accepted her children and T r a u t c h i n . h a s taken on Sassie's litter as well. Supplemental bottle feeding helps out, Mrs. Fowler said. before." he said. Black Star Dies LOS ANGELES (AP) -Brice Taylor, 72, a University of Southern California star football player in the 1920s, died Wednesday. Taylor, the first black to receive recognition on some All-American football teams, was a blocking guard on the first Southern Cal team coached by Howard Jones in 1925. Crusader Dead CINCINATTI, Ohio (AP) Dr. Clarence Mills, 81, pioneer environmentalist who crusaded for an anti-smoke law in 1940, died Tuesday. Mills, who became a professor at the University of Cincinnati in 1930, saw his study result in smoke abat- ment laws in 1946. Hurricane Fifi Brings Rain MIAMI (AP) -- Torrential rains from Hurricane · Fifi drenched the mountainous :oast of Honduras today as the jig storm and its sustained winds of 110 miles per hour leaded for a landfall in Central America. Portions of Costa Rica, Guatema|a and Belize were also being pounded by the heavy rains. Flooding streams washed out roads and bridges in parts of Honduras. Air traffic in both Honduras and Costa Rica was at a standstill. The season's third hurricane was expected to make landfall late today near the border of Guatemala and Belize, formerly Brilish Honduras. Near dawn this morning, forecasters said Fifi was located 80 miles east of Puero Barrios, Guatemala. Gales from the hurricane extended out 150 miles from the I center. 25% OFF All Wards draperies. READY-MADE AND MADE-TO-MEASURE HAVE YOU WRITTEN A BOOK? The field editor of a well-known New York subsidy publishing firm will be in Fayetteville in November. He will be interviewing local authors in a quest for finished manuscripts §uitable for book publication. All subjects will be considered, including fiction and non-fiction, po«try, juveniles, religious books, etc. , , , ,. . .. , If you have completed a book-length manuscript (or nearly so) on any subject, and would like a professional appraisal (without cost or obligation), please write immediately describing your work and stating which part of fhe day {a.m. or p.m.) you would prefer for an appointment. Please mention your phone number. You will promptly receive a confirmation for a definite lime and place. Authors with completed manuscripts unable to appear may send them directly to us for a free reading and evaluation. 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