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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 18

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· Northwest Arkoruai TIMES, Thura., Oct. 17, 1974 · FAYITTIVILLI. ARKANSAS Patient Pray And Vulcanus :JLoaisiana environmental nf- ·ficial Clint Pray listens pa- jtiently on the radio as he cir- ^cles t h e incinerator s h i f t '·Vulcanus waiting f o r w o r d on when the burning of chlorinated . hydrocarbons will he- gin off the coast of Louisiana on Tuesday. Pray circled some four hours 130 miles off shore to view the -burn which kept getting pushed back without giving any reasons. Pray said he would return. (AP Wircuholo). Home Economics Slogans Won't Cure Inflation Crisis 1 f By JOHN CUNNIFF ; ·;· NEW YORK (AP) -- The ; American consumer, desper- * alely seeking guidance through '' the tangled mess of his person' ft] finances, has been told by the President to balance his Budget, save, waste not. econo- piize and "do it yourself." ; The advice recalls the slogans and aphorisms lhat gently introduce every grade-sciiooler lo the realities of the market- Copperhead Found j Inside Police Aulo CHARLOTTE, N.C. (API- Policeman J.A. Corriher picked up what he thought was a rub- b'er snake put in his patrol car as a praclical joke-and found it was a live nine-inch copperhead. '· He said it struck at him sev- tral limes but missed alter he touched it Wednesday. He threw it from the car and killed i t . : , , " - " · · · " He said he knows-of no reason why someone put the snake in the car other than that he is a police officer. Another policeman, H.J. Whiteside, who drives the car on alternale shifts with Corriher, believes the snake was the vehicle when he used it Tuesday. .' He says lhat Tuesday evening his 6-year-old son Robert Jr. :Vstepped up inside the door on the driver's side to say goodby, and jumped back saying some- 'thing had stung him. : "I looked around, thinking il had been a bee or a hornet, but I found nothing." :' Whiteside said the boy's foot swelled and discolored. But it was nol until Wednesday, when Corriher called and lold about the snake, that Whiteside had any inkling of what had pened to his son. hap- "We took him to a doctor, but the bite was not serious," Whiteside said. A representative of the Charlotte Nature Museum identified the snake as a copperhead, a ·venemous snake whose bite is rarely fatal. place. They are the key words and phrases of home economics courses. They are women's age slanclbys. They are familiar words also jecause they are practiced regularly by millions of home- nakers. often out of necessity rather t h a n from choice. They are the common sense founda- ion of any household's financing. Nevertheless, while such advice might be the basis for Ejood household economics, it lardly serves as the basis for a lowly announced, voluntary na- .ional program lo meet the in- latiqn-recession crisis, an economic emergency that lias been compared in some respects to the 1930s. First, il is old stuff. It is the very advice thai millions of American householders have practiced almost instinctively for months and years. Many householder must wonder if President Ford is the last to be come aware of such habits. Second, il appears to demon strale the inability of the ad ministration, or in fact any in stitution or segment of Ameri can society, to come up with believable, substantial advice for householders. The net impact, therefore could very well be measured as a further drop in consumer ex pectations, especially since so many consumers had expectec that a change of adminis trations would be accompanied by a change in strategies. A University of Michigan con sumer survey, for example found 63 per cent of consumer^ felt that economic policy woulc change under Ford, althougl many expressed their opinion as a hope rather than a belief Now that substantial change have not been forthcoming, dis appointment is likely to b acute, and not to be assuage y slogans such as "Whip In flation Now," or by presidentia admonitions to make out a lis before shopping. The administration is on Ih El Dorado Firemen Threaten To Picket '-' By The Associated Press El Dorado firemen and policemen say Ihey will begin picketing their city hall Friday for higher pay. ..- They told 'the El Dorado City Council Wednesday night thai "they wanted aeross-lhe-boarc $100 monthly pay raises and $10 monthly clothing allowances. The council had voted lasl .week to give the firemen and policemen $50 pay raises as well as the requested clothing allowances. The council offered Wednes day night to give the firemen and policemen $70 monthly pay raises in addition to (he elolh- ing allowances, but pay com mittees representing the men ·rejected the oTfer. ' Both the firemen and the po- 'licemen have refused to com- 'rnenl when asked if a strike o 'Work slowdown is planned. ·· At Russellville, Mayor Mike Mickey told policemen Wednesday that this year's budget would not allow the city to give """""--- a raise before Jan Department had policemen "The Police _ , Iau petitioned the City Council Oct ·10 for 40 per cent across-lhe board pay raises by Nov. 1 and a cost-of-Iiying increase by Jan \. The policemen also want an educational incentive plan set up by the first of the year. Ken Holt, a Russellville po liceman and elected spokesman for the policemen, said police had agreed to wait until Jan. 1 'since- there wasn't any money 'available. TRI-LAKES ANTENNA Sales and Service · Ntw * UtM AnUtinn Cfltr » BlMk fc Whit* Tawtrt IM-MN 751-7*27 spot. Everyone is listening fo he sounds of economic lea( ership, and they aren't likely t satisfied with the sounds iheir own advice restated b Washington. ACR Argues Fair Rale Of Return LITTLE ROCK (AP) - A » a n?^^ o w e r L i g h t C °- i entitled to a rate of return , T u p ~ r c c n t on investment, D John C. Pickelt. an expert wi ness for Arkansas Consume Research, said Wednesday Jf applied against what AC 'PL, lhat would mcaii^'h" company was enlitled to a ra increase of about S10.5 millio ,, ?r , wj(h j(s lillion increase. PSC has not approve rate increase, but AP implemented the high The the has rates under bond, promising make refunds if (he PSC rule against the increase. Pickell, an associate prole sor of economics and businc. at Hendrix College in Conwa also said APL should be r quired to replace its curre rate structure with one base on higher rales during peak u. He said a peak load prici, system would result in resourc conservation and conservatio attempts by all customers b cause people would b warded for conserving tricily. » r ele \ VAUGHW BATTERY Jf r MS 1, tchMI ·XTRA HIAVY The TIMES Is On Top of The News Seven Days a Week) Acupuncture Used To /real Paralysis TOKYO (AP) -- A new use of cupunctiire lo Ireal paralysis auscd by biviin diseases is «ining popularity in C h i n a , Pe- king's official new agency Ilsinluia reported. An analysis of 600 cases treated by Chiao Slum-fa, the Jo-year-olU oiigmalur ul Hit; technique, "shows that needling cerium points on the scalp is useful in Irealing paralysis caused by pathological changes of the brain," the agency said Tuesday. Howerdd Uics AUGUSTA, Ga, (AP)' -- Eugene M-. Howerdd, 69, co-founder of llic Georgta-Pacific Corp., died Wednesday. He joined willi Owen Cheath'am in developing .llo mk company. Th» TIMES Is On Top of The. 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