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And Unite Europe, U.S. In Energy Cooperation Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Tues,, Sept. 24, T974 · rAVETTEVILLC, ARKANSAS! ' Offensive Begun To Turn Sentiment Against Oil Nations By BARKY SCHWEID AP News Analysis UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (AP) -- The Ford administration's coordinated attack on high oil prices marks the beginning of a new offensive to turn world sentiment against the producing nations and to unite Western Europe with the United States in energy cooperation. President Ford, Treasury Secretary William E. Simon uml Secretary of Stale Henry A. Kissinger iill came down hard Monday on the continued high prices set by the other oil countries. They warned that no nation, including the oil states, could escape the consequences if the world Is pushed into a depression. In speeches by Ford and Simon in Detroit and by Kissinger at the United Nation Gener- al Assembly, the United Stales nil but demanded an end to rising oil costs. Ford said the year-long spiral risked a "breakdown of world order and safely." The ricxt slralegic move will be a meeting ot the foreign and finance ministers of major non- Communist industrial nations at Camp David this weekend to discuss their common energy problems caused by price rises by Ihc Arabs, Iran. Venezuela and other producers. KISSINGER PLEADS When Kissinger pleaded f o r dependence earlier Ihis year, the European allies gave him a generally sour reception. L e d by France, they chose to make their own approach to the Arab states. ' Knowledgeable U.S. officials say that this time the administration h a s " higher hopes that Ihc campaign will succeed. It is not entirely clear what actions can be taken to carry out the blunt words by Ford, Kissinger and Simon. Among the possibilities are said to be joint conservation steps and a pooling ol energy for disaster situations. The use of force in the event of an oil squeeze like last winter's is considered very much out of the question. Ford signaled the campaign I with his own U.N. speech last Wednesday in which he cautioned the oil-producing nations thai manipulation of energy prices could lead to counter action using food as a political and economic weapon. DOOMSDAY LANGUAGE Then, in his speech to the World Energy Conference in Detroit, the President said: "It is difficult to discuss the energy problem without lapsing into d o o m s d a y language." H e added: "The danger is clear. It is severe. I am nevertheless optimistic. The advantages of cooperation are as visible as the dangers of confrontation." Simon, before the same fo fum. said the oil-exporting nations were jeopardizing . their own economies by keeping prices at 'high levels. - ' ' T-he international in- vestments of all nations are- In jeopardy and the old fable of the goose' thai laid the goldeo egg can be seen developing-iij today's headlines and in international cable traffic." said the treasury'secretary. . '·':. '·,,.'* Kissinger, in even 'tougheV language, warned the General Assembly: "The world cannot sustain even the present leyej of prices; much less continuing inppPHQnc " " ' ' ·£ How To Watch A Flying Saucer To Be Planetarium Subject "How lo Watch A Flying Saucer' is t h e . title for a series of University of Arkansas Planetarium demonstrations that open Sept. 30 and continue through October 4 in the Physics Building, Dr. Paul Sharrah, professor of physics, has announced. Two free showings will he held each evening, at 7:30 and 8:30 p.m. This program was designed especially for presentation to the general public, Dr. Sharrah said, however .'it will be used also in conjunction with U of A physics and astrology classes. Original music and sound ef- ecls are by Don Dilulio of *} Shreveport,-La., and the script s by John O. Williams of Dalas, Texas, it was first shown at the ShreVeport,. La., Planetarium and at the Richland College Planetarium al Dallas. About the showings, Dr. Sharrah. said two questions ("Whal It?" and: "What's It About?") are answered in dia- ogue format in theatrical style Weather Forecast Showers br rain are expected for most of (he area between New Mexico and the Carolinas today with sunny skies a n d warm weather foreseen for the west. Colder weather with mostly clear skies is forecast from the northern Plains to the Northeast. (AP Wire- photo) l . WOMAN'S WORLD Brighten a corner in you: home with crochet pillows. 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Louis Salt Lake San Diego San Fran Seattle Spokane Tampa Washington Hi Lo Prc Otlk 53 28 .. cdy 68 54 51 47 49 45 70 41 74 52 74 57 78 42 83 49 61 39 85 76 .80 rn 54 36 58 34 67 44 56 51 59 38 53 36 83 49 74 49 59 38 55 39 61 51 .20 cdy 66 58 ,08 rn 56 45 .01 cdy 74 39 ... clr 92 76 .03 cdy 72 CO .. cdy 59 38 .. cdy 76 67 .01 cdy 52 49 .47 rn 68 46 94 71 68 55 90 66 60 41 54 41 69 51 86 78 56 48 .05 cdy 62 49 78 68 61 43 63 51 75 47 88 74 60 40 96 72 59 33 94 53 58 35 79 47 90 48 63 35 66 42 85 47 75 6fi 64 52 81 57 80 48 85 77 63 45 10 Newspapers Named Finalists In Contest NEW YORK (AP) -- Ten newspapers have been selectee as finalists in the fourth annua Associated Press Managini Editors Public Service Award competition. The winner will be announcec and an award presented during the annual APME convention ir Long Beach, Calif,, Nov. 19-2 by Wendell Phillippi, managing editor of the Indianapolis New and . chairman of the com rnittee. The 10 finalists are : Charleston (W.V.); Gazette for investigalive reporting which resulted in three criminal Indictments. Chicago Sun-Times for stories on the inadequacies of the Cook County criminal justice system. The Indianapolis Star for a series of stories on police corruption. . · Jackson (Mich.) 'Citizen Pa- Bulldog Sophs Stay Unbeaten The Fayetteville Bulldog sophomores improved their n open country setting at night a quiet atmosphere is simu- rc TM rd _ ton ^ h . e !'_ e1 _ Mcnday J li ?, ht ated, with the stars bein? espe- ially bright. PROGRAM PROGRESS The UA Planetarium is used s a parl of the setting to es- ablish JFOs. a mood to watch for Specific stars and lands are pointed out as the 'rogram progresses. The Planetarium is located in loom 117 of the Physics Build- ng. It has a seating capacity f 40 persons and reservations are encouraged. They may be ·nade by telephoning 575-2508. Dr. Sharrah will be the narra- or Monday, assisted by Eugene Jones, an undergraduate student from Springdale. Dr. Charles Richardson v )e the demonstrator Oct. 1. He vill be assisted by Charlie Fewer of Fayetteville, an undergraduate student. Dr. Michael Jeber will be assisted Oct. 2 by UA student Sherman Smith of Heber Springs; Dr. Carol Webb will be assisted by UA student John Fitzgerald Oct. and Dr. Sharrah will be assis- ed by UA student Ernest God- "rey of Rogers Oct. 4. with a 27-0 victory over the West Fork jayvees. Said Coach Whit Fowlkes, "We were really pleased with ur defense again. West Fork got only one first down in the ;ame." Charles Duell opened the icoring with a 75-yard pun ·elum, and Ron Hammons ticked Ihe extra point. Fayette ille went ahead 13-0 on a three r ard scoring'run by-wingback lobert Leblond. In the second quarter, quar .erback William Kimbrough scored on a 12-yard keeper "Cimbrough also hit Duell with 3 75-yard touchdown pass, bu the play was called back b; penalty. The score remained 19-0 unti :he fourth quarter, when Fay etteville drove 60 yards for a :ouchdown. Quarterback Calvi! Tackell passed 40 yards I Duell, setting up a Iwo-yan scoring plunge by Ned Parelle Leblond ran for a two-poin conversion. Beaver Level Beaver Lake level stood todas at 1117.97 feet above sea level remaining unchanged frorr Monday. Engineers reportec that tlie generators were no' being used. Fayetteville play Siloam Springs next Monday. Change Of Schedule WINSLOW -- Winslow foo ball coach Loyle Bradley ha announced a change in footba schedule. His charges will tak on the Springdale Sophomor team Thursday evening instea of the scheduled Friday nigh Game time is 7:30 in Winslow Violent Crime In Inner City Should Be Priority, Ford Says WASHINGTON "(AP) -- Pres- dent Ford told the nation's po- ce chiefs today high priority lould be placed on combating iolent crime and slreel crime the inner city because there's where crime most urts the poor who already suf- er enough." In remarks prepared for the nnual convention of the Inter- lalional Associalion of Chiefs if Police, Ford said law en orcement authorities "firsl ave to make some hard -decisions, on priorities." He suggested thai as- a- starter greater attention be given to he. inner city, "where crime does the most damage to cur vhole urban structure," Ford asked his audience to stand in silent tribute to Wash ngton, p.C. patrolwoman Gai Cobb, first American police woman killed in the line o duty. Miss Cobb, whose funera was oeing held as. Ford spoke ivas shot lo death lasl wee] while chasing a suspect. Declaring that the time ha come to act, Ford said "thi point in dispute is precisel; riow crime can be reduced." H promised to come up with "pro posals which I will spell out lat er both lo the nation and to 'lh Congress." The President also urged pr: ority for a program to dea with habitual offenders or ca reer criminals. "We must taRe the crimin; out of circulation," he sak "We must make crime hazard ous and costly. We must ensur that swift and prolonged prisonment will inevilably fo w each offense. Only then will e deler others from .pursuing areers of crime." Ford went' on to describe a lot program to deal - with abitual criminals thai was dis- ussed al the convention Monay by Atty. Gen. William B. axbe. . T h e President urged polic nd the courls lo take more osilive sleps to ensure public ooperation in law enforctv nent,. saying too much crime oes unreported and witnesses flen. do. not show up in court. A survey in the nation's cap;al, he said, showed thai vie- ims are frustrated, tearful and ·cssimisUc about seeing justic .one and that "even victims do not want to get involved with ill the paper work, inter- ogalions and repealed visits to he courthouse in a case that, after several continuances, may be dropped anyway." Describing Ihis as partly a )roblem of good management?, Torcl said: . . ' : '/" "Fast action and better cori- viction rale on major crim.ei . help restore puolic confidence .in Ihe system. Better scheduling,, better notification of witnesses, and few. continu- :es will serve to cut down the terribly frustrating waste of ethe witness' time." ',, Theft Reported '··· A tape player.was stolen froni Jannie Swearingen's car Morr- day night while the vehicle was parked . al her residence ih Creekwood Villa, at Johnson. The Pioneer tape player was valued at $75. ... · ; .. cdy .09 cdy .53 cdy cdy cdy cdy clr clr clr clr . . cdy . . cdy . . clr .. clr .. clr . . c l r .. cdy .. cdy . . cdy .. cdy .. rn .. clr .. cdy .. cdy . . cdy .. cdy .. cdy .. cdy .. elr .07 .. clr .85 rn .. clr .. clr .. clr .. clr .. clr .. clr .. clr .. clr . . cdy .. clr .. cdy .. clr .. clr program. The Miami Herald for exposure of an exlortion scheme in the Federal Housing Administration. Philadelphia Bulletin for an expose on a secret political police apparatus. Providence Journal for stories on President Nixon's 1970 and 1971 federal income tax payments. St. Louis Globe-Democrat for a campaign to improve mental health trealment in Missouri. . St. Louis Post-Dispalch f o r slories on the work habits of city employes in a health agency. Ypsilanti (Mich.) Press for a (Ga.) Telegraph and Gilbert Smith, Utica campaign lo force financial disclosure by public officials. The award recognizes outstanding service by a newspaper. Other judges were John Quinn, Gannett Newspapers, Rochester, N.Y.; Don Carter, Vlacon News; (N.Y.). Observer-Dispatch, and William B. Dickinson, retired executive editor of the Philadelphia Bulletin. All judges are past presidents of APME, Previous winners include the Boston Globe in 1973 for an inquiry into illegal betting; the Evening Journal of Wilmington Del,, in 1972 for stories on heroin distribution; St. Petersburg (Fla.) Times in 1971 for an expose of prison conditions. Disturbance Turns Into Fisticuffs SPRINGDALE - A distur bance at Tommy's Fine Foods clr . rn clr To Run JACKSON, Miss. (AP) James H. Meredith, \»ho ... tcgratcd the University of Mississippi in 1962, has won court approval to run as as an independent candidate for Congress. But . Circuit Court Judge Francis Bowling criticized Meredith in issuing his ruling Monday, calling a 50-mile voter rcgistralion walk by Meredith "a grandstand act for publicity purposes." Meredith denied the walk was to pressure the court. A state spokesman said Bowl- 71 Monday nigh into fisticuffs with on Hwy. blossomed two Springdale patrolmen and a fireman. Richard Edwin Jones, 25, A-17 Landmark Trailer Park, was arrested for assaulting an offi cer, resisting arrest, intoxicatec in public and disturbance. Hi: brother, Troy Jones, 33, o Route 1, was charged will intoxicated in public anc possession of a prohibited wea pon -- a four-inch knife. Officers responding lo the dis turbance call found the Jone brothers in an argument will each other. While Patrolman Clifton Winlcrs was arreslinf Richard Jones, Jones swung a Officer Truman Brewer, then a Winters and finally at Fireman Charles . Johnson, who wa riding with Winters. Jones was subdued witl- r.ace. greatest peddlers Over the years, more and more individuals have discovered one of the greatest little peddlers of them all ... the TIMES Want Ads! 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