Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on September 29, 1974 · Page 11
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September 29, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 11

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Suggestions For Combating Inflation WASHINGTON (AP) -Trimming the federal budget without cutting off needed pro- grama was the principal theme advanced to President Ford in Saturday's .wlndup of the Economic Summit Conference. .The next, most .popular .suggestion was a vigorous enforcement of anti-trust laws to break up monopolies and bring down prices. This was coupled with recommendations thai the so- called fair trade laws which ]c- gallzc price fixing bo abolished. Some of the recommendations coming from delegates and observers 1 repeated suggestions made in Friday's opening session, but many new areas were opened at the discussions covering business and manufacturing, slate and local government, the federal budget in general and defense spending. Other recommendations included: ;'."' ' · · ' ; ' --Elimination.of'special interest subsidies and protections for private: industry and commerce, including depletion allowances. --Tax reform including a cut for lower income groups and new taxes to recover "the inflation gains of large corporations." --A wage-price stability council with enforcement powers, including authority to order rollbacks. --Consumer protection, including a federal Consumer Protection Agency and regular consultation between consumer leaders and the President. --Relaxation of federal regulation of business, particularly environmental and safety rules. --Restructuring of financial institutions, including a more . equitable delivery of credit. This included renewed calls for - credit rationing. -7-Creation of a national development bank to promote projects which might not be able to obtain funding through commercial banks. --A federal action office to cut through regulatory red tape. --Federal funding for mass transit operating deficits to prevent fare increases. --Continued revenue sharing and categorical grants of federal funds to stale and local gov- . ernment, including multi-year funding to allow more efficient planning. --Welfare reform and a na-' tional health Insurance program. --$5 billion in federal funds to pump money into the home mortgage market. Hbrthwwt Arkantos TIMES, Sun., Sept. 29, 1974 · T1A rAYETTEVILLI, ARKANSAS WlHBSHssiilWM^ To Hire Agent MUSKOGEE, Okla. (AP) The state Corrections Board will hire a Crime Bureau agent to work fulltirhe investigating crimes inside the state prison near McAlester, Corrections Di- rextor Russell Lash said Friday. . · . ' . . The step is necessary, Lash said, because "correctional em- ployes are hot professional investigators and knew nothing about such things as preserving the scene, especially in homicides." The agent will r e p o r t only to the Crime Bureau and to Pittsburg County Dist. Ally. Don Roberts. The Parole Board voted to pay the $2,075 monthly cost after the Crime Bureau said it could not afford a fulltime officer at the prison. In Springdale SEEBURG MUFFLER NOW OPEN HEAVY DUTY MUFFLER Installed LIFETIME GUARANTEE Being a lady, most places would have taken advantage of me. But, Seehurg Muffler gave me the best deal around, explained what had happened and guaranteed the muffler for as long as I owned my car. That's what I call ii good deal. 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