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   Northwest Arkansas Times (Newspaper) - October 1, 1976, Fayetteville, Arkansas                               Editorial For Women Sporls Entertainment Cdrrfics Classified Legal Notices 4 5 9-10, 12 13 14'' 15-18 18 VOL 109 The Public Interest Is The First Concern Of This Newspaper FAYETTEVILIE, ARKANSAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1976 lOCAt Clear and cool tonight; fair and warm Saturday. Lowi to- night, in the mid High Sat- urday near 90. Low last night 44. Sunset today 5unrisa Saturday Weather map on page CENTS ford, Carter Stress World Affairs Stand L By.DA.VE RILEV about the country, was investigation into his zalion in Ford's homo dis- n I s investigation Press Writer Northeast on Thursday, campaign [j- in Michigan. r debate on foreign pol- he attacked Ford's pol- kopl surfacing. at a Quickly called said "no money ever OT v is less than a week away, in the Middle East. been under pressure to me personally" from M Ford continued and from Democratic Thursday, Ford political campaigns. fff'J ,f Ford, .are using different strategy' of remaining al presidential nominee Sen. to reporters that he campaigning in Bos- to. turn, atlention toward in Washington where he Montiale to meet with diverted any campaign said ho was willing to ac- stands, on .world affairs. meeting foreign ministers and answer questions to his personal use and Ford's statement andj as .continuing a strategy While House. the special prosecutor's hope that the Water- as he was concerned, tha has .had him Ford's problems with a of records of Ihe GOP or- special prosecutor would was closed. Threat 'Department said it was Lty. Gen. Edward H. Lev! and ther lop department officials 10 told the Watergate special roscculor there were altega- Students Cfarm Faces The Senate involving campaign, mon-y regularities in Ford's ome congressional dialrict. hat slarlH the special prose-itor's probe. Ford's running mate, Sen, ob Dole, had been allribuling uQliYUUI "You are being abused. Frvo lay a week classes arc a bun en on us." Those were the hand (AP) As i e 94 th Congress works to s nd up this session the Senate r facing the threat of a fili- i ister that could kill Icgisla-on. extending the deadline for a uto makers to meet tough two years of congres-ional hearings. The House nay take up the proposal today it clears the Senate. The Senate is also to consider doubling of t h e unemploy-nent tax on employers and more than he had request-d for the agencies. The final version, which Con-rcss enacted wilh the override rolcs, contains a limitation on he use of federal money for ibortions except where the special proseculor's to political motives. Hut a Justice Department pokesman said Iho allegation v as made lo the P'Bl by an in-ormant anti that the FBI re-erred the m atter lo Deputy which brought approx jobless benefits to the woman is, Geri. Harold R. Tyler. It -''f'V-''-'7-'''' 75, students of the Jake Gam's pledge to and local The billion Tyler who sent the matter High School all night and into The House must July to Watergate special body out on a walkout to prevent a vote on the on the federal tax money Charles Ruff, a bright, sunny could delay final House .plans to department spokesman iffr 5 adjournment. Both vote on a grain units through Tyler at the time' was un- BaBHK protest was Senate hoped to designed lo halt Ihe had linked passage of whether Ihe allegations in- UKaHB recently adopted business today and the 'federal grain with his action on two Ford. altendance policy for the year to allow time uncovered in One would prov id c HAVE BEEN 10-12. ,Thc policy some political in public works jobs allegation was thab expulsion from a class a Utah House mny also other would- extend .might have been somo student misses more than lo kill legislation resolution offered by service jobs in state o ation of the election laws, during a semester. a -one-year Wiggins, R-Calif., laundering of money that was adopted at the 1979 model year, Ihe expulsion of Hep. used as- contributions in meeting of the makers to reduce Hinshaw, no County or Grand Rap- School Board after ssions of carbon of Hinshaw's bribery would sign notti DINK Tyler said, according to i delayed in order to hydrocarbons. revenue-snaring spokesman. response to the "significant Thursday, Congress reports have said one appeared at the of air quality in President Ford's veto of also said he would unidentified informant told i 1 CAP the school board acted areas of the appropriations second version of FBI that Ford illegally- di- policy, to contest it. also passed an extension of ?3.3 billion tor campaign funds lo, his -READOUT ON THE FLU policy changes were claimed the auto sharing program al military bases use. The reports say the Arthur Curtis oj Atlanta's Center lor Disease Control, Surveillance and by W. H. Duncan, principal of FHS, in the Back needs a longer post-onement and that the has promised to sign. The appropriations money military facilities. He vetoed an earlier version was .contributed by maritime unions to the Kenb cfcecto computer Jceepinp track oj outbreaks o] Edition of the would impede the departments of labor and education and contained provisions that would have 'delayed for a GOP organization and bill is the product of Ford1 'had' objected actions to 'close or was funneled secretly to Alleged Error In Statistics Causes Stir WASHINGTON (AP) Shots To Stop Si By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS America "rolled up its leevbs" today 'for the first swine flu shots, the largest wine Flu onwlde distribution of the vaccine, and the Atlanta-based CDC made sure that initial shipments of it got to will he checkec today, at each class, as it is daily, and all sludenls who ar absent will-be, counted absent J1 Harry Vandergriff, superintendent, said. Dunca n s aid tha n or ma c ass scheduling maintainet throughout the remainder of the day. The scheduled change whic was also, part of the studenl protest was the elimination o the large group aspect of th schedule which in past compromise the 'proposal was jorj military his news conference Thursday, Ford also wavasked about reports that he accepted golfing weekends from four mn- jor 'corporations while he was a congressman. He said he saw nothing improper about accepting the corporate hospitality. Carter, touring the Northeast, was critical of Ford's reliance on Secretary of State Henry A. Kissisger and on the tone ot U.S. foreign policy under Ford. In Portland, Maine, iic said Rejects Syrian Terms For World Advises Kissinger On Africa UNITED NATIONS (AP) for independence "within controversy over an program m the held on Tuesday, and oUier Third short time and that oro rtOQ BDiiiCQlCU nis lorcign. multibillioE-doUar error in a vi tal statistical indicator of homic strength Is elirring history Bat some, state lealth officials said they .were incertain when and spokesman at the CDC said he federal center expects 177 million doses will be The change was made sa Duncan, because of many k Lebanon (AP) Palestinian leader Yasir have counseled U.S. ecretary of State Henry A. IK singer to be firm exists for an immediate black majority government in duty to Kissinger and that U.S. policy now "is conducted in secret by one person U.S. Census Bureau. error, alleged'- to would get. all the vaccine hey need state health departments by ate November, with more of including student conflict students taking advantage rejected Syrian terms for a cease-fire, and Syrian In negotiations with vhite leaders of South that thp region is "an ,acid test, of the 10 is not the president and who hrs no regard for mor- been covered up for nearly four years, conceivably could have led to faulty government and business decisions by badly understating the backlog, of national Center for Disease Control said the first shots vere- given "officially" at a lealth fair in -Indianapolis, but hey 'were scheduled! also for -About 25 million doses have been ship-ied to states so far, he said. In Wisconsin, there were doses on hand and an system and students feelir they should be "entertained during .the large group, Th change meant that all classe will meet five days a heavy artillery renewed a four-day offensive, slamming into the Patestinian-held towns of Bhamdoun and Aley in Ihe mountains east of Rhodesia, Commenting on Kissinger's olicy address Thursday before he General Assembly, Foreign Minister Frederick R. Wills for peace and he said diplomatic failure to peacefully transfer to black majority rule could mafce southern Africa "a vicious And he said U.S. foreign policy "in the last few years has been amoral in nature. There's been no commitment to truth. filled orders at the 'nation's 'one -other state. doses were the school Christian said he sees with been no constant tories. the Maristhill Nursing by week's end. building Ihe cooperating with in Ihe secretary's every part of the. to correct the depriva- Waltham, a Boston William Schatz of chanted "Walk said Bhamiioun is lo southern remarks clearly ainiet of human rights there's ,As a consequence of believing orders were than to get the first of the vaccine in Department of Health and Social Services predicted Out! Walk Outl" as e couragement for other Syrian tanks the northwest, rorlh and easl. dealing with an intransigent tyrant the use of Soviet Union, Kissinger said outside powers "fueling no openness because there's a lot to bo concealed." re ally were, manuf first 'priority will of the vaccine would the school to Join into Bhamdoun has often induced a c of war and racial Boston, Carter rapped tha may have cut production th e high risk such ve too late to do any one-day said one. Two of favorable could "doom of offensive missiles to hastened the descent into in nursing homes, cited an estimate primarily intended to rockels poured Into he lhaf. never Arabia and Ford's ap- recession of late 1973 and 1974, If correct, the allegations sick and said Dr. Stuart H. Shapiro, 15 is the last day it person can take the vaccine and wilh policy chang in school attendance and 12 miles east of Beirut is the forward post Foreign Minister .N. Garba said his ISSUE Bui. Sam Nujotnn, leader to the Arab boycott of U.S. firms that do business a bureau statistician would director of the state it to .be effective in guerrillas and their has no confidence in South-West Africa Israel. He said if he is gest the economy was of the flu, which' has Jones, a senior allies Aley, 10 with Prime look an oil embargo by than the statistics showed to the same disease of the Student Vorster of Soulh with Kissinger. Arabia or other oil-pro- before and through the Associated Press, Americans said the students rp-iort i'n I chanon bargaining with South if anyone is inciting will briu.e! .etali-tion in sion and that the strength hcallh officials to classes Monday, d 1 fnr the IK he in the region "it has form of nn embargo on the current recovery may mosl of Ihem said to the present Student Council will nt 'n blamed on of all U. S. goods to that initial shipments of schedule, Wisconsin student body assembly Wills and Garba the main black ;A high Census Bureau companies contracted less than two-thirds of to discuss the sources said statements in the group in the regard lo any Arab boy- conceded there were errors, federal government. 4.1 million doses "We feel many barrage appears to he debate on Namibia, been designated "the he said it is "a i-isgraco he sa id they were not o that, their.- he students don't know why up operation for African-controlled of a foreign country can tell magnitude or the arrived piecemeal, was changed this assault on hoth towns also called South-West people by the Uni U.S. company il can't do claimed and said no were worried that The massive we think the reasons clear the way for a but South Africa with them if they have existed. On the contrary, the shipments might was prompted by explained." She said advance to the outskirts said in his to allow it to take Jew on Iheir hoard of dircc- facial said, revisions arc continued orderly of swjne flu at is intended to be Namibia appears independence We can't afford any more way and corrected Congress allocated N.J., last winter. Elcvej army recruits became ill 8 a.m. at Ihe school gym asium, and that Duncan. guerrilla leadership hclc two lengthy sessions yield to that kind of black- of the for manufacture and ON PAGE ON PAGE ON FAGK OPPOSITION ON M-3 SERIES John Kendrick, Commerce Department chief economist, promised a statement on the Less Than Year said the Ford administration "has coi.sistently opposed strong enforcement of the anti-boycott laws now on the legations shortly, and it is doing everything in its power to keep The controversy was set of] by John Bullock, a survey statistician He saic in an interview that his repeat ed requests, throu gh cha Up In ROCK (AP) -Floyd Norwood, director o public safety at the University of Arkansas for Medical who visited the Stev Yctenich residence at -711 W f Dickson St. early today spraye black paint and threw eggs o his new legislation from being passed." Earlier, at Buffalo. N.Y., n Carter pledged to Iry t-j end a delegation to Vietnam. Cam- for a public warning about thu 'so-called M-3 aeries, has been elected presiden of the Arkansas Campus Fayetteville police said bodia and Laos to Attempt to measures the backlog, were LOUISE marketbasket bill To some degree, prices, which had was report c-d at ed tniq-inc' a iVn Press in September at creases in the latest survey declining recently, started three-year-old group 3 pH nt 'la nf to Southeast A5.ia. 29, said the 'figures .were understated by. perhaps Higher prices for a variety of terns boosted grocery bills September, but the rate store in four citie down an average of 1.5 flecled seasonal factors. Mil r for example, went up in ing again in several cities. Th e price of a pound of of law cnforcemcr directors of 19 colleges and un versities in the and then planned to go awa from Ihe residence at Mondale was in Pennsylvania 2 (OONTBnJED O.V PAGE TWO) that errors have obscured in supermarket Over-all, the in nine cities and was pork chops, for example, new officers are a.m. He said the rerovery's degree of depend ence on a backlog of far this year remains rela :ivcly low, an Associated Press marketbasket survey show. bill rose 2 per cent la changed in four. The increas generally only a penny creased during September a r the- checklist store in seve cities, according to the AP of Arkansas-Pine Bluf vice president, and Joe John ston of Flendcrson State, then discovered. Police said about wort of damages was done to GAME SCORES Tim s Rullwk AP drew up a August, in Sugar prices continued the consequence of a system atic bias resulting from fault j estimates and statistical adjust ments, that have accumulate at a 4 lo 5 per cent rate over I years. He said he uncovere< the defect in of 15 commonly purchase! food and non-food Hems checked the price at one, super market in each of 13 cities or March 1, 1973, and has rechJeck ed on or the start o each succeeding marketbasket bill d creased at the checklist store 11 cities and rose in only Iw with an over-all drop for tl month of 2 cent. Comparing prices at the of October with .those at the decline, dropping -at the chec n list store in eight cities durir o, September. The price of a fiv e pound sack of granulated sug< also dropped in eight cilies du rt ing August, e- The trend may be The items on the AP check g list were: chopped chuck, cen B- ter cut pork chops, frozen o r ange juice concenlratCj cotfe r- paper towels, butter, Grade-medium whits eggs, cream tf peanut butter, laundry members of the board o difectori aro Larry Slamons o Arkansas-Fayetteville, Aldo Dixon of Ouachita Baptist an Kenneth Cooper of Arknsaa Butz Speaker n WYNNE. Ark. (AP) Agr d culture Secretary Earl Bu will speak Oct. 21 at a fund raising event Forrest C itv for Re pu b] FOOTBALL ,-z Area football fans who want i- to know how their favorite t team scored in play Friday [i night don't have to wait until -Rather than being an actua count based on reports fron manufacturers, the unfilled or ders series is an estimat ba scd on repl ies from a per ccnlage of the nation's manu faclurers. It is in this statistical proce durc, Bullock maintains, latest survey showed th< marketbasket bill increasec last month at the chccJtlis store in nine cities, with an av crage boost of 3.5 per cent. Sev eral of .the increases, however were because items on specia at the start of September wer no longer on. sale 2 month of the year, the AP sii vey found an over-all increa of a little more than 114 p< cent in the marketbasket bill the checklist stores. The go eminent has predicted th food prices alone wflTKse 3 to cent this year, less the half the rale of increase shorlly, however, Preside e Ford has increased the tariff c 3T imported sugar from S2% cen at per 100 pounds to v- 100 pounds. About 45 per ce at of the sugar consumed in t 4 United States is imported ar n producers said the increase st tariff would boost reiail gent, fabric softener, toma n sauce, chocolate chip cookie-ts milk, all-beef frankfurters an r granulated sugar, it The cities checked were; A e buquerque, N.M., Atlanta, d ton, Chicago, Dallas, Detro d Philadelphia, r -evidence, R. 23 Los Angeles, Miami, N'cv 93 Per Cent NEW YORK (AP) Nonres denlial conetruclion contract in Arkansas were up 93 pe cent in August over the sanr month a year ago, the F. Dodge Division of McGra.w-Hi Information Systems candidate Bo Ho [cm an of Wynne, Ho] 1 em an, 49, is seeking Ui s 1st District seat currently he r by Democrat Bill Alexander e Osceola. T. The evejDt will start at a p.n 1 In the Forrest City Civic Ce Sunday morning. The Northwest Arkansas e TIMES has the winners and d losers each, Saturday after-Df hoon and will continue until season's end. x The TIMES is the only n- Saturday afternoon newspaper in Northwest Arkansas. (CONTINUED ON PAGE about a penny a Lake City and   

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