Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on October 7, 1974 · Page 3
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October 7, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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Weather Forecast Clear skies and seasonable Cool wealhcr is expected lur predicted for coastal areas temperatures are forecast New England and mild weatli- of Georgia and the Carolinas. Monday (or most of tlie na- er for the Southeast with rain (AP Wireplioto) ilon west o( the Mississippi. Over Ranchers 1 Objections Mitsui Quits Negotiations For Montana Coal HELENA, Mont. (AP) -- A Japanese company has broken off negotiations to purchase strip-mined coal from Montana, Baying it would not be a profitable venture and citing opposition from Western ranchers. The proposed deal was for the Mitsui Mining Co. of Tokyo to make large purchases of Western coal for shipment through Oregon ports. Farmers and ranchers, whose land sits atop federal coal reserves, oppose strip mining and said they had been told any exploitation would be to meet the domestic energy crisis, not for export purposes. Mitsui officials in Tokyo said today the main reason talks were slopped was that such a .purchase would not have been profitable. "Our company imported 12,000 tons of Montana coal in August, but the freight charges were much higher than we had expected and it did not pay," said one company executive. The officials said opposition to strip mining from a ranchers'^ group "was another fac tor" but not the principal one. They said talks might be re sumed in the future if the cosl Clinton Relays Suggestions For Economic Policy Democrat Bill Clinton, w h i U running for Congress In thj 3rd District, sent a telegram ti President Ford Sunday contain ing nine . suggestions for in elusion in the administration economic policy. Clinton told Ford he had talked with small farmers businessmen, working peopl and retirees .in his district tc learn their feelings about eco nomic policy. From their comments, Clin ton said he came up with nine suggestions: --Balance the 1975 budge and try for a surplus budget in 1976. --Ease the tight money situ ation in this country and reduc the flow of American dollar abroad by reimposition of capi tal export controls and mod fication of foreign investmen tax credits. --No longer insure multi-na lional corporations against po litcal reversals overseas. --Give tax relief to middl and lower Income people, wh have been hit the hardest by in flation. --Bring down food prices an re-establish the grain reserv program. --Delay unwarranted pric and wage'iocrcases. --Give *e Federal Reserv Board and the large bank which set the prime interef rate power to keep the prim rate down. --End federal subsidies to bi business and market- domina lion by conglomerates. --Increase funding for th Small Business Administrate and Increase the availability loans to small businessmen. Clinton opposes the re-elec lion bid of Rep. John Pan Hammerschmidt, R-Ark,, in th November general election. Sign Stolen SPRINGDALE -- A vehic! safety inspection sign was sto len from the outside wall ; the Barley-Davidson motorcyc shop on Holcomb Street lat Friday or early Saturday. Th sign, pried from the wall, valued at $50. COMPLETE LINE Of BUILDING MATERIALS QUALITY MATERIALS at DISCOUNT PRICES BANKAMERICARD · MASTER CHARGE WELCOME DELIVERY SERVICE ALSO MEW HOMES AVAILABLE IN SEVERAL LOCATIONS 7KELLEY BROTHERS LUMBER kCO. 2401 NORTH GREGG ON Wait TowmMp North Gregg Phone 442-2351 importing petroleum goes up id that of bringing in coal es down. In an interview Sunday, Pemerton Hutchinson, president of Westmoreland Resources three-year option on a five-acre coal-dock site at Astoria, Ore It quoted Astoria port official paying Japanese companies ha j p a i d S35.000 for the option am were preparing to guarantei ·suit in legislation to limit the Kport of other coal reserves om Eastern states. The Japanese are the United talcs' biggest customer of etallurical coal, most of hich comes from the Eastern ales, Hutchinson said. Industry and government offi- als contend strip - mining of tussive coal reserves in Monina and surrounding states Is ecessary to ease the nation's nergy crisis. The battle lines began form- ng when it was learned West- noreland had shipped 12,000 ons of coal, valued at about (iO.OOO, to Japan by w a y of 'ortland, Ore., for a test burn y Mitsui. The Northern Plains Re- onrce Council, an agriculture roup opposed to stri-mining, eacted angrily to the idea that Montana coal might be shipped o Jaan. M a n y r a n c h e r s have launchly resisted development jf the coal reserves, contending developers are interested in.the ast reserves simply because he coal can be strip-mined at relatively low cost. The New York Times said iunday that Mitsui had taken a and loading facility. Both Boston Factions Request Federal Help In Busing Mire BOSTON (AP) -- From oppo-l itc sides of Hie controversy, wo calls have been issued here or federal help in overseeing iusing to achieve court-ordered chool integration. One call was issued Sunday )y the Massachusetts Baptist Ministers Association, whose lock includes many of Boston's lacks. The other was from xuise Day Hicks, a Boston city councillor long regarded as leader of anti-busing whites. Meanwhile anti - busing dpm- jnstratioiis continued. ' About 50 protesters, mostly from the Hyde Park section, gathered in front, of Humberto Cardina Me- doiros* home Sunday to protest he Roman Catholic clergyman's pro-busing stand. After three full weeks of school under jusing order, a federal court attendance has leaked al little more 80 Paid tor by John Paul HammerschmWt Cooxnitiee -Ben c. H«nl*y, Cbr. )cr cent. However, the South 3oston-Roxbury high school dis- ,rict, al the center of anti-busing protest, fell Well below that level. The Rev. Rafe Taylor of the E b e n e z e r Baptist Church, speaking for the Baptist ministers' association, told churchgoers aftei 1 Sunday that President Ford and both of Massachusetts' U.S. senators should act to "call in federal troops.". "We have reason to believe our children* 1 lives are in dan ger. The enemy can stone the buses thai our children ride a will. Thus we feel that our chil dren are not being adequately protected," he said. "The only inswcr is to bring in federal roops and let them take over desegregation is- rne;uuvhile, ailed (or a meeting with Mayr Kevin H. White to request cderal Intervention. liis whole iUO." M r s . Hicks. Ozark Society Meet Set Wednesday The Highlands Chapter of the Ozark Society will meet at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Fayelle- ville Public Library. Dr. Dee Mitchell of the U n i - versity of Arkansas will speak on the regional plan for waste disposal into the Illinois River and its effect upon the environment. The public is invited to tend. Man Found Dead Following Fall Sl'RlNGDALE -- Doctors will perform an autopsy today on Gti-ycar-old John Pougan. found (load in his homo this morning (allowing injuries sustained in a (all Sunday night. Fire chief .and head .of Springtlale ambulance Mickey Jackson, w;is treated al Memorial Hospital p.m. Sunday the shower breaking the glass culling his head. Dougan was examined and called vice. dead Northwest Arkentai TIMES, Monday, Oct. 7, 1974 PAYCTTEVILLE, ARKANSAS Legislative Election Forum Set Tuesday forum candidates Windshield Smashed SPRINGDAi.E -- Robert Baldwin reported to police Sunday that his car's windshield was broken when' a pop bottls was thrown from a passing car. Baldwin, 707 Gwenn SI., said Truck Recovered SPRINGDALE -pickup truck was Saturday 'behind the Tyson's . . . on Randall Road. The 1072 Ford truck owned by Industrial Roofing was stolen late Friday from the parking lot at Tommy's Lounge on Hwy, 71. When the vehicle was found Saturday, tlie gas tank was empty, the battery was dead, and the keys were in the vehicle, police said. If every member of Congress voted as John Paul, there would be little or no Federal debt, inflation would not be a problem, Americans would be paying lower faxes. His non-partisan voting decisions, which he compiles and publishes annually, are based on the best interests of his own constituents and of the nation. Let's Keep CONGRESSMAN JOHN PAUL HAMMERSCHMIDT Serving ALL of us. REMEMBER .. .VOTE NOV. 5 If you cut out often-cut out and keep this new expanded flight schedule. New nonstop to StXouis- new flights to Kansas Cily.Dallas/FtWforth. Lv. Fayettevllle 10:16 a-m, 2:48 pjn. 5:25 p.m.* Ar. St. Louis 12:05 p.m, 4:40 p.m. 6:30 p.m. Lv. St. Louis 10:00 a.m. 5:33 p.m.* 7:00 p.m. Ar. Fayettevlile 11:59 a.m. 6:45 p.m. 8:56 pjn. LT. FayeHeville 6:34 a-m. 3:14 p.m. 9:23 a.m. Ar. Kansas City 7:55 a.m. 4:34 p.m. 10:40 p.m. Lv. Kansas City 6:40 a.m. 3:20 p.m. 6:45 p.m. Ar. FayeHeville 7:56 a.m. 4:39 p.m. 8:06 pjn. Lv. FayettevHIe 8:09 a.m. 12:13 p.m. 4:49 p.m. 9:08 p.m. *nonstop Ar. Dallas/PL Worth 10:00 a.m. 1:47 p.m. 6:20 p.m. 10:42 p.m. Lv. Dallas/Pi. Worth Ar. Fayetteville 8:34 a.m. 10:05 a.m. 12:40 p.m. 2:36 p.m. 3:43 p.m. 5:15 p.m. 7:22 p.m.* 8:28 p.m. S5^S For reservations, call your Professional Travel Agent, or Frontier: 442-7306. If you're an engineer, a business traveler with meetings to make, or a sales rep covering the territory- now Frontier gives you four new flights to help you plan your trips. Examples: new nonstop service to St. Louis and return. Two new flights daily to Kansas City. An additional flight to Dallas/Ft Worth. If improvements in our'schedule bring about improvements in yours, we're both happy. Damage was estimated at $112. (ASG), at Ihe University of Ar- p.m. Tuesday in the Arkansas stitched up before he returned home. About 7 a.m. today, his SWIFTS wife discovered he had no pulse League of Women Voters. Those Jackson said Dougan was Bussed by the candidates after Fashion Flair Sleek long halter dress topped with long sleeve hooded jacket, by Fingar Weiss. Fashioned from good looking easy care polyester In red,. Sizes 5-13 $44.98 Junior Sportswear Second Floor Sure Sophistication What could be so simple, but yet so elegant! This two-piece look by Berman Knitwear features long sleeve ribbed sweater and long wool knit skirt with embroidered floral design on the front In gray. Better Fashions Second Floor

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