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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

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IX · Arittmm' TWIB, Him., O*. 3, 1974 FAYCTTEVIULE, ARKANSAS THE WEATHER Elsewhere Weather Forecast Cool weather is forecast to continue Thursday f o r t h e * East and northern Plains. Warm weather is forecast for the Plains and the West. Showers or rain are forecast from the Southwest to t h e northern Plains and for the Great Lakes and Midwest. (AP Wirephoto) Kissinger Expects No Major Arab-Israeli Breakthroughs NEW YOHK (AP) -- No major progress toward an Arab-Is' is expected of State Henry A. Kissinger's trip to the Middle East next week, a sen- raeli settlement during Secretary ior American day. official said to- Apparently trying to head off anticipation of a breakthrough, Other American officials and diplomats from some of the nations involved denied any serious problems have developed during Kissinger's round of meetings this week in New - and Israeli the United York with Arab leaders Nations attending General Assembly. Cattlemen Seek Meet With Ford By The Associated Press Thursday ... Hi Lo Pro Otlk Albany Albu'que Amarillo Anchorage Asheville Atlanta Birmingham Bismarck Boise Boston rlrownsville Buffalo Charleston Charlotte Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Denver DBS Moines Detroit Duluth Fairbanks Fort Worth Green Bay Helena Honolulu Houston Ind'apolis Jacks'ville Tuneau Kansas City Las Vegas Little Rock Los Angeles Louisville Marquette Memphis Miami Milwaukee Mpls-St. P. New Orleans New York Okla. City Omaha Orlando Philad'phia Phoenix Pittsburgh P'tland Ore. P'tland Me. Rapid City ileno Richmond St. Louis Salt Lake 3an Diego San Fran Seattle Spokane Tampa Washington 60 103 76 48 34 68 44 48 33 80 46 78 48 61 32 55 31 86 57 74 63 66 55 65 47 63 86 64 60 36 .. cdv - .. clr .. clr .. clr .. clr .. clr .. cdy .. clr .22 cdy .. clr .. cdy .. clr .. clr .. 171 .. clr .. cdy .. cdy .. cdy .. clr .. clr Space Umbrella the official said all that is ex-|Howevcr, there seemed to be --i.j i--TM ji... *--·,. .;:,. ' ,m other plausible explanation pected from the secretary's vis its to Egypt, Syria, Jordan and Israel is an understanding of what may come next. The source emphasized there would be no repeat of the shuttling back and forth between Arab cities and Israel that marked Kissinger's' previous Middle East trips. ::That will happen again only when a crn- stage has been reached, that is extremely unlikely rial and next'week, the official said. He did say that the trip considered a step toward negotiations. But this was -a softening of previous descriptions that the trip was the next step in the negotiations. for the downgrading of the importance of the trip next week. Touching on another matter, the senior U.S. official said the United States has met opposition to its proposals that international inspection be part of the safeguards, against misuse of;· atomic reactors supplied by the United States to Israel and Egypt. Most of the opposition is from Israel, although not all of it, the official said. He indicated that unless another effective method against is found to the reactors guard being turned to military use, the agreements may be called off. STEPHENVILLE, Tex. (AP) -- Ranchers and dairyman are developing plans to seek a meeting with President Ford during a two-week delay in the planned slaughter of hundreds of calves in protest over economic conditions. Presidential aide David Wheat told cattlemen Wednesday he would attempt to set up a meeting with Ford, but he emphasized no definite meeting had been arrranged. Wheat, telephoned dairyman Jack Beyer, on whose range some SOD calves were to be shot Wednesday. After Wheat's call and an on- the-seene appeal by Texas Agriculture Commissioner John C. White, some .400 dairymen and ranchers gathered at the Beyer farm scrapped immediate plans to slaughter the cattle and bury the carcasses in a mass grave. They had already backed stock trailers and trucks to the edge of a 75-yard-long trench to carry out a threat to shoot the bawling calves because the price of feed makes it impractical to raise them to maturity. Cambodian Troops Drive Back Insurgents Charles Mathews, associate administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's office of application, holds a mobile transmitter to be used in search and rescue missions Wednesday during a demonstration of the.unit in Washington. T h e unit, composed of a walkie- . talkie with a typical range of five miles and a n ' antenna mnde from the frame of golfer's umbrella, transinitlct a message more than 50.00C miles liy using NASA's Ap plied Technology Satellite (AP Wircphoto) Joey Gibson Benefit Is Set A benefit for the Joey Gibson cover the medical costs in- heart surgery fund will be held at West Fork Saturday. Joey, Nine Million Pounds Of Rice Dried Wednesday LONOKE, Ark. (AP) -bout 9 million pounds of rica as brought in for unloading at ic rice dryer ' of ; Ricoland c o d s ' Lonokc ·'Division Wednesday. '· . "It's coming in fast," said Ed. doorc, manager of the division. More than 300 huge trucks ere lined upi'on U.S. 70 wait- ng to unload about 700 bushels )er tru'ck of'rice, j Moore said the incoming rice; ,'as the most ever received at je division at one time with me possible exception -- and laL was Tuesday when the rica cally began pouring In, ' Some rain Wednesday morn: ng slowed some farmers' har ; esting, Moore said. : , The reason., for the influx is airly simple, .Moore said, 'armers wcfo prevented, from' utting rice that should have been harvsted about 10 day? ago and, with clearing weather; he harvesting of that rice as veil as'rice that matured Uter means that the bulk of the crap; s coming in at pne time. Moore said the-prospects tot his year's rice crop were good id that 70 per cent of it would be harvested within a week, Any further rain would not af: cct the quality of the crop and vould only.slow harvesting, he said. " . ' : ' Moore said his dryer could handle the majority of thq .rucks waiting in line in one day and anticipated no other problems. , · Moore said 150,000 bushels of rice were unloaded at the dryer Tuesday and estimated that 210.000 bushels were -in trucks outside the dryer Wednesday. "We won't finish it up today, but there won't be much left, he said. At the dryer, the rice s mois : hire is reduced to prevent spoiling before it is shipped toy tram and truck to processing plants. · tion to the market are the We Fork Jaycces and Jaycettes. Sandwiches will be Curnishi by the store and a bake and rummage sale will be held by the Jayceltes. be Jewelrv Stolen Bill L". Turner of Springfield, Mo. told police Tuesday that several items of jewelry, valued at approximately $1,700 h a d been taken from his room at the Downtown Motor Lodge. He described the missing items as three strings of opera length pearls, a pearl cluster a jade ring and a set of earrings with pear) PHNOM (AP) -- PENH, Cambodia Government troops Rockefeller Voices Confidence In Nation's Economic Strength Cuts Price ; SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- In '.his first cross-country speaking · trip as a stand-in for President ?Ford, Vice President-designate ·Nelson A. Rockefeller concentrated on expressing confidence ;.the nation could overcome its ·economic problems. '. Rockefeller took Ford's place ;Wednesday for nonpolitica! speeches at Brigham Young .University in Provo, Utah, and 'a United Press International editors conference here. He said he is in a "suspended position" pending congressional confirmation. After an overnight stay San Francisco, he returns to Washington today for a luncheon of the Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board. : The former New York governor has said he won't -make political appearances confirmed. until he is Carter Said To Be Seeking Nomination ATLANTA, Ga. (AP) . -Sources close to Gov. Jimmy Carter say he is preparing a strong push for the Democratic presidential nomination in 1976 and that his formal announce ment will come within months. Two sources said in separate interviews Wednesday they be lieve the 50-year-old outgoing governor has made "an irrevo cable decision" to seek the presidency, although Carter, himself, remains publicly silent. One source said the formal announcement could come just before Carter leaves office next January or shortly thereafter. Both sources have access to the g o v e r n o r ' s thinking. Each agreed to be interviewed on the condition that their names would not be used. The only response from Carter came through his press secretary, Jody Powell, who said, "The governor has slated on numerous occasions that he does not feel it proper for him to discuss any plans for 1976 prior to the November elections." In the two speeches, which he agreed to "make after First :,ady Betty Ford became ast week. Rockefeller called :he battle against inflation "the ;reatest challenge America has ever had." He called for greater produc- ivity, development of allerna live energy sources and creation of a world food reserve. Rockefeller told the editors of lis support for legislation to protect newsmen's sources, and added, "I would prefer a society where the free press occasionally upsets a public official to a society where public officials occasionally upset the free press." In Washington, Senate action on his nomination was postponed Wednesday 'until after the Nov. 5 elections. Rules Committee · Chairman Sen. Howard W. Cannon, D-Nev., said the postponement s t e m s from the inability of the Joint Committee on Internal Revenue Taxation to report on Rockefeller's tax returns and other financial records before Oct. 18, a week after Congress plans to adjourn. NEW YORK (AP),- The Mol Oil Corp. today cut the. price of its gasoline by two cents per gallon, in' line with federal regulations linking wholesale gas prices to the company's crude oil costs. However, motorists are certain to get a break only at company - owned service stations. "Dealers owning their own stations will pay lower wholesale costs for their gasoline, but have an option of passing on the lower prices. Present price levels 'vary geographically, and oil firms generally prices do not charged purchasers. announce the to wholesale drove insurgent forces threatening Kompong Chnang back two more miles from the provincial capital 57 miles'north of Plmom Penh, the Cambodian military command reported to day. It said armored and infantry forces moved on Khmer Rouge rebels dug in five miles west and northwest of the town and killed 30 of the insurgents. Other reports said the rebels still hold a six-mile section of Highway 5 north of Kompong Chhnang, and another, government column is moving against this force. The Khmer Rouge launched a d r i v e a r o u n d Kompong Chhnang in mid-September. Foreign observers in Phnom Penh believe their objective was to isolate the town and to disrupt the agricultural economy of the surrounding area. Western diplomatic observers flying over the province reported seeing rebels burning villages that had heen left intact by fleeing civilians. Meanwhile, in South Vietnam, a group of opposition politicians asserted that President Nguyen Van Thieu is "unable to represent the aspirations and .will of the majority of the non-Communist Vietnamese people" and called for his immediate resignation. The statement was issued a' a news conference called by National Assembly member Ly Qui Chung, who is closely affil iated with the nominal leader of the so-called Third Force Gen. Duong Van "Big" Minh Fifteen assemblymen, senators former assemblymen and pro fessors signed the statement. City Owned Truck Involved In Accident A city owned dump truck was involved in a minor traffic accident on the parking lot of Dillon's Market on South School Street Wednesday afternoon. Police said the city vehicle driven by Dana Jay Peterson, 19, of Route 8, Fayettcvillo struck a car driven by Mrs. M. Alger, 68, of Route 1, West Fork. No injuries were reported. 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