Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on October 9, 1974 · Page 24
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October 9, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 24

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Weather Forecast Sunny weather is forecast Wednesday for most of (lie nation. Cool weather Is forecast for the Northeast and mild readings are expected · lor the Gulf and southern Atlantic coastal states. Showers are forecast for the inter- mountain region .(AP Wire- photo) 'WIN' Buttons Are Available Upon Request By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS WASHINGTON ( A P ) "Dear President Ford: "I enlist as an Inflation Fighter, and Energy Saver tor the duration. I will do the very best I can for America." ' Print your name, address and zip code. Send it to the Presi : dent. He will send you a button, free. The button will say WIN. In white capital letters on red. President Ford, In his economic address to congress Tuesday, called it the symbol of a new mobilization. A modern-day V-for-Victory, the: v galvanizing .Cburchillian gesture of...World War II vintage. An economic "Remember the Maine," which whipped up enthusiasm for the Spanish- American War. Alas, the President failed to say what WIN means. In showing the button, Ford said' only: "It bears the single word WIN. That tells it all." Not quite. You have to look through the speech to find the phrase, "Whip Inflation Now." It appears twice. A White House spokesman said speechwriters slipped up by not having Ford explain thai WIN referred to that phrase. But the button offer, nonetheless, is genuine. The address is the White House, Washington, D.C. 205000. The President told the" joinl session he will elaborate Jiexl week on the volunteer' Inflation Fighters and Energy Savers program, which he said will be manned by 18 distinguishec people. "There will be no big new federal bureaucracy set up for this crash program," he said The volunteers will come from the communications media. The American Newspaper Publishers Association took up the call and urged all news papers to publish the enlist ment coupon. THE WEATHER Elsewhere By The Associated Press Albany Mbu'que \marillo nchorage \sheville \tlanta Sirmingharr iismarck Joise !oston irownsville Buffalo 'harleslon Charlotte Chicago Jincinnati ileveland Denver )es Moincs Detroit Duluth 'airbanks Fort Worth Teen Bay Helena lonolulu Icuston nd'apolis Jacks'ville Tuneau Kansas City .as Vegas ,ittle Rock Angeles Altenbaumer Begins Prison Sentence SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) Truman Altenbaumer of Ho Springs, Ark., former executiv secretary of the Arkansas Re publican party, began serving a six-month prison sentence hen Tuesday. Altenbaumer is a former di rector of the Bank of Glenwooi in Arkansas and the Pike Conn ty Bank at Murfreesboro, Ark. He pleaded guilty July 8 t three misdemeanor charges o misapplication, but federa Judge Oren Harris of El Do rado, Ark., dismissed two o the charges. Harris sentence Allenbaumer on one count o misapplying funds when he wa director of the Pike County bank. Altenbaumer checked into tin U.S. Bureau of Prisons Mctlica Center here at 2 p.m. Tuesday to undergo physical exam Inations d u r i n g a 90-day perio before a federal judge deter mines If Altenbaumer is able t complete his prison scntenc elsewhere. The clinical director of th medical center could not b contacted for further commcn Tuesday night. . Harris had sentenced A' lonbaiimer last month to on year In prison with six month suspended. Altenbaumer als was fined $1,000. H LO PRC Otlk 56 28 cdy 73 56 75 53 43 32 70 35 74 45 75 44 68 36 68 53 51 37 cdy cdy rn cir clr cdy clr cdy clr 83 63 clr 50 40 .08 cdy 75 49 65 42 64 51 61 37 55 44 77 37 , 75 40 59 47 47 39 26 23 .30 83 62 cl 62 44 .Olcdj 71 32 cd 87 75 84 70 62 40 78 57 51 35 clr cl cd' cd' cdj cd' cl cd' cl' cli cl cd' cl .08 cl Uarquette Memphis Miami Milwaukee Mpls-St. P. Vew Orleans New York Okla. City Dmaha Orlando Philad'phia Phoenix Pittsburgh Ptland Ore. 'Ptland Me. ilapid City Reno Richmond 31. Louis Salt Lake San Diego San Fran Seattle Spokane Tampa Washington 69 44 cl 84 62 .01 cd' 62 50 .01 cd 70 63 cd ; 61 39 cl 51 38 .01 cd 71 52 cl' 85 74 .28 cd' 63 45 cd 65 43 80 59 61 43 79 51 3 75 84 64 62 44 90 70 57 37 75 50 55 34 74 39 67 35 .02 64 34 cl 68 47 cl 74 52 .06 70 63 cd 64 57 69 47 71 39 88 63 64 41 Bumpers Comment Said Misleading LITTLE ROCK CAP) - A n mark by Gov. Dale Bumper about the possibility of an ex plosion at a nuclear powere generating station was mi tedding, Reeves Ritchie, pros dent of Arkansas Power Light, said Tuesday. Bumpers had said Monda that if an explosion occurred i APL's nuclear plant at Ru: sellville, everything for ! miles downwind would Y killed. Ritchie said that would nc happen because the nuclea fuel used in nuclear reactors only about 3 per cent as pur as that needed for a nuclear e plosion as known in an atom bomb. Ritchie also said a receu study by the Atomic Energ Commission showed that sue natural, disasters as fire tornadoes were much mo' likely than an accident i volving a nuclear reactor. Nations' Weather Is Fair, Mild ty THE ASSOCIATED PRESS S h o w e r s dissipated over Vostorn and Southwestern talcs today, leaving the weath- aeross most of the nation air and mild. Scattered showers dampened mrls of Nevada, Utah and New Mexico. Nearly half an inch of ·ain fell Tuesday evening at Concord, Calif. A band of thunderstorms across southern Florida also weakened. Skies remained overcast across the Great Lakes region northern Ohio Valley and parts of the Northeast, and rain or drizzle fell in Upper Michigan. Ground 'fog developed in the Pacific Northwest and In sec ticms of Central Oklahoma ape eastern Kansas. Skies over the rest of the na lion were mostly clear. Below normal temperatures persisted · in the Northeast where many overnight readings fell into the 30s. Temperatures before dawn ranged from 26 at Houlston Maine, to 82 at Blythe, Calif. Compromise Bill WASHINGTON (AP) -- Con gress, attacking Supreme Cour position in a secrecy - stamping caset, has sent President Fore a compromise bill that backers claim will giv ethe public ac c«ss to government documents The package of amendments making the first changes in th Freedom of Information Ac since the law look effecl 11 1907. "will provide openness ii governmenl that Presiden Ford has promised us," sak Rep. Wlliam S. Moprhead, D Pa., as the House finished ac lion on the legislation Monda. night. At Russelfville Rally Norlfiwmt Arkantat TIMES, WoJ., Oct. 9, 1974 FAVETTEVILLK. ARKANSAS 25 Jones Labels Bumpers 'Big Time Spender' RUSSELLVILLE, Ark. (AP) -- John Harris .Jones, the Re- lubllcan candidate for the U.S. Senate, said Tuesday night that Jov. Dale Bumpers was "an- ither big time spender" whose ecord identities Bumpers "as i proponent of accelerated government spending. With a federal debt of $475 billion, the American public cannot afford Dale Bumpers," Jones said. Jones will oppose Bumpers, ;he Democratic senatorial nom- nee, in the Nov. 5 general elec .ion. ' "We cannot expect his (Bumpers') attitude toward your tax money to change if he joes to Washington," Jones said. Jones, a Pine Bluff bank president and lawyer, also contended that Bumpers was a proponent of "concentration ol bureaucratic power." This and accelerated spending have brought economic and social crises to America. Jones said. During the past fiscal year, Jones said, the State of Ar kansas spent $1,035,000,000 -an increase of $459 million over expenditures of five years ago and four times the amounl spent in 1961." Jones said Bumpers sup ported regional government and federal action to require states to enact plans for lane use control. Jones also criti cized the governor's support of the state Public Building Au thority. . · "The governor's sponsorship of the Public Building Authority was a deliberate evasion of the -state constitutional requiremeti of voter approval of state bond issues," Jones said, apparently referring to the PBA's plan foi a major state office building complex. "Not even the legisla ure has been permitted to pass upon this $60 million debt to be paid from public funds." Jones said he did not think he federal government had th« constitutional power lo regulate and use and that he opposed "the use of coercion upon the stale and local governments by. which federal land planners, by administrative regulations, are demanding land control under threat of .withholding federal funds...." Lippman Honored NEW YORK (AP) -- Columnist Waller Lipmann, who ; 85 on Sept. 23, has beer honored by the City of New \ ork. bippman was presented Tuesday will) the city's Bronx Medal of Honor. Mayor Abraham Beame, who presented the medal to Lipp m a n n , said, "No ono has made a greater impact on world thinking in terms of Journalism than Walter Lippmann," How to get one hundred formula one cars on the starting grid at the Brands Hatch circuit in Brands Halch, Eng- Model Lineup land? Use one-thirty-sixth scale models. Ford photographer Ken Denyer used a 25 mm wide angle macro lens for focusing down to five centimeters and exposed for a 60th at 122. (AP Wirephoto) OPEN DAILY 9-9; CLOSED SUN. WED., THURS., FRI., SAT. MISSES' SLACKS Our Reg. 4.22 3 07 Flare-leg slacks of acetate, acrylic or rayon bonded to acetate. Many styles and colors. Misses' sizes. Hoffman Dies NEW YORK (AP) - Paul G Hoffman, 83, first administrate! of the Marshall Plan, died Tuesday. A successful buiness- man, he devoted himself to public service from the World War II era onward. MEN'S SWEAT SHIRTS 2.d7 Cotton/acrylic sweat shirts withdrew neck, raglan sleeves. Solids. Mens sizes. JR. 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