Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 14, 1976 · Page 27
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 27

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 14, 1976
Page 27
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FAYETTEVIUE, ARKANSAS, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 1976 EXTENDED CIRCULATION section · Home Delivered Now to Over 27,000 Northwest Arkansas Families Every Wednesday ; Alabama Firm Faces Fraud Ckarges In latch Sales By The O f f i c e of (he ATTORNEY GENERAL Principals of an Alabama company hy Ihn name of '1st Performance Group, Inc. a r e being sought for duping Alabama investors out of 590,000- This company promoted fraudulent scheme for the snla of distributorships to market a child safety latch. The manufacturer of the safety latcn is a reputable company acid the product Is apparently a pnoc one -- the manufacturer also duped by the Alabama company. ·· ; ^ 1st Performance Group soli cEtc*l potential distributors b\ telephone,- asking if they were interested in working for four to six hours a week with a return ot $150 to" $200. If so they were a sked to pay ap proximaicly $·1500 to become i "service contractor" and sell the child safety latch. The corporation, however, failed lo adc quately furnish Hie .product display racks, retail outlets and advertising as prom'scd The corporation is now out o business in Alabama ami tb principals cannot' be .found Ronald M. Woodford was ptosi dent and Carl Perkins wurkcc for him. Anyone in Arkansas knowing of such a, scheme b e i n operated in Arkansas, pleas otilact the Consumer Pro cction Division oMhe Alto me cncral's Office. But nobody ----- not even nEerhal Reveiric 1 Service -ants you to pay one cent mor than you're 1 e g a 11 cellared to. You a r e cxpectc :ake advatilagc ot all th pportunities for saving th^t Ib ax code makes available. TJi roof of that fact is the lac FFA Teams To Compete Crops and poultry judging teams from Fajettevillc High School chapter of Future Farmers, of America. (FFA). will compete In state contests from left, (front row)-T o n y man Srmih, crops; Phyllis Kelly and_Johu Jenkins, poul- Kelly, poultry and G r e g g at IhR University oE Arkansas In FaycUeville April 23. Win- ,,_.., ,, ,.,,_. ners w i l l he eligible ior na- f r y ; Lynn Patrick and G a r y : Parker," crops. (TIMESphotb fional competition lafer this Wages, cropi; (hack row) by Ken Good) month. Team members are Lynn Kelly, poultry; Sher- APR Shop Goodyear Today! 17 M-Weather'78 El 8-14 $22 45 F78-14 $24 70 ' G78-14 $2580 078-15 $26^5 B78-13 blackwall with trade blackwall with trade Fics H82 to «.« F.C.TV depending on lizi. listed »ize« iit models o[ Dart, Falcon, MaveHcl, Mustang, Camato, Chevrolet, Charger, Cougar, Ford, Century, Cutlass, Bulclt, Grnnd Prix, Olds, American Motors, Dodga and others, WHITEWAI-tSaMiUble at sltehlly hlghwprtess. Here's Goodyear quality In. every de tail--at re al budget prices. You get dependable bias-ply construction, durable polyester cord-body, even a 'reverse molded' .tread (for flat road contact shoulder to shoulder]. A Very good buy. ' 'Custom Power Cushion Pblyglas' $ 25 A78-13 blackwall with trade WHITEWALLSavailableat si igtitiy higher, · On many 1876 new cars · Fiberglass nord bolts · America's best seller Olherslreslowpricedtoo. Tolyglas' Radial Whitewall $1495 _ · ·^·UR78-J3 %^ · whitewall with trade · True radial handling · Bolted for long waai . · Very moderately priced Oihersizeslowpflcedtco. f helpful booklets and pam- 1 hlels you'll find in your Jocal RS office -- many of Hi cm rec, others available at nomi- a\ cost,- but, all of them of- prJng advice and {? ing your tax bill down to jiist vhat you owe and no niore That rack is a good place to "art to develop knowledge of ax strategy and tactics, and quit overpaying the government every April 15. The Consumer Protection division has this advice for consumers who choose to employ the services of an income tax preparation firm's "specially trained ' personnel: --Ask for specif"; i n f p r m a t i r n concerning the training and qualifications of 'the firm's "specially t r a i n e d " personnel. Make sure t h a t the information given the tax prepai-er will remain confidential. --Insist t h a t the agrncy representative si^'i his name and identification number in the appiopriale blank on the· form nnd that the firm promises fn furnish a representative tb accompany you to an IRS amlll. --Insist on reviewing and mailing your own return, --Never sign a blank return or one that is filled out in pencil and leave this form with th» tax preparcr. ; Consumer Hotline -- Long distance calls are free. Dial: 1-81XM2-8082 Monday thro'iph Fritiay, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Consumer Counselor will help with your consumer problem. Gamma Sigma Taps 54 Students Fifty-four undergraduate and graduate students in the Jniversity of Arkansas College oE , Agriculture and Homo Economics have been initiated into the UA chapter of Gamma Sigma Delta, national honor society of agriculture. The initiation banquet w a. s lield in the Arkansas Union. D a v i d L, Griffith of pring!ale was recognized as having the highest gradepoint average of any of the undergraduate students inducted into the society. Mrs, Lorer.c Raymond, assistant professor of home economics received the Teaching Award of Merit. New officers of the society a re Dr. T. L. G oodwin, associate professor of niiimn' science, president; Dr, Free Collins, associate professor o: agronomy, vice president; Dr. Roy C. Rom, professor . ·! horticulture, 'secretary; and Dr W.C. Yearian, professor ol entomology, Ireaswer, Allys E. Goldsmith, instructor in , home economics, was niiiated into (he organization rom the University agricultural "acuity. Others inducted were: JoAo Luiz Alperini of Da Cunha, Brazil,'Ahmad B. Am;m of Baton Rouge. La.. Honald Vllen Bennett of Alma. Gayle E. Sotteron of H o t Springs, Roy L. BraUon of Lonoke, dnry :ieve Burton of ' Bradley. Richard D.. Carlright of. Fifty- Six, Mary Carolyn Chambers oE YellvillG, Cynthia L. Collins of Greenwood,. Darlene Zch Baker, Arnold L Baughman, Pamela .L. Brady Debra Harris" 'Cwpcpper. Jan Henderson. Gary Allen Herzojg Christiana McSpadden, Muftah Abaelsalam Musbah, Frank T Plafcan, Davis Ward Pritcbel Jr., Larry Steven Robbing Jams Yvonne Ross,';John Larr Sanders, Karen R. Shirk, Sara Elizabeth Spayd, James John Varmiiddlesworth,' Billy ,Ran dollh \Vynn, an-] Dcverly Ann CLevidence, all of Fayettevilie. Jessica Cowart of Mablcvale Ronald Wayne Cox of Marvel) Marjorie Ellen Fitch-of Hunt sville, Dorothea J. : Forrest of Rogers, Jay Gandy of .Forrest City, Janella B. Henley of Van 3uren, Tommy Darvis High* night of Hot Springs, Ruth T; Jones of Lowell, Missafe Karazasva of Curit"b-i, Panama'. Lita Nell King of Hf/rdy, Linda Low King of Green Forest, Edward 1 Loon KowalsU ol'Norfolk. William C..Merlons of: Paragould, Nur Me hammed Miah of Dacca. Bangdalesh'. Wilmer T. McGraw of West Fork, Edith Garret Meal of Pine Bluff, Debra Lynne Rotey 'of Pine Bluff, James D. Heddin · of Hampton, Robbi Ann Ric$ of Little Rock. , . . -I Surapong Sarkarung of Bang; kok. Thailand, Zclpha Brown, threet. of S p r i n g cl a 1 e, Patricia Ann Woodard of LiiLlfc Rock, Elizabeth S.- Wallis of BcntonvlllCi Deborah Jo Wright of North Little Rock, Robert dryofLafayette ,La.,and Gui Guidry of Lafayette, -La., and Mary Ann Bell of BerryvHle. ^ 8 Vfays to Buy · Cash · Goodyear Revolving Chargo · Our Own Customer Credit Plan · Master Charge « BankAmsikard · · American Express Money Card ·Carte Blanch* · Diners Club tt Independent Dealer For Hi. Price. Prie«i A» Sfcown At Goodyeer Service Store.. Service. Not Av:iiNe AlSiirredlociHrMit. GOODpYEAR 25%off. ! $ 10 to $ 18 savings on belted radials. JCPeimey Glass Betted Radial. Features 2 polyester cord radM plies, 2 liber glass belts. In the wide 78 series profile. No trade-In required. * . Tire size BR78-13 ER78-14 FR78-14 Save .10.75 13.25 14.25 Reg. 43.00 53.00 57.00 Sale 32,25 39.75 42.75 + fed. tax 2.03 2.45 2.63 Sale prices effective thru Saturday. Tire size GR78-14 GR78-15 HR78-15 LR78-15 Save 15.00 15.75 16.25 18.00 Reg. 60.00 63.00 65.00 72.00 Sale 45.00 47.25 48.75 54.00 * fed. lax 2.80 2.88 3.07 3.34 Lube and Oil Change Up to 5 qls, of majtf · Complete chassis · fabrication oil tli anga · Kelps ensure long wearing parts S smooth, quiet performance » Please phone for .. appointment · · · Indoi« light ImcVi Front-End Alignment * Complete analysis and align' mrnl cotreclion-loinccease lire mileage and Impiove steecin*; safely » Pieciiion equipmenl. ised by experienced metfianJa, hlpt ensure a pretiticn alignment Kit 11« - prtiirtrj \\tttiti Engine Tune--Up · Out pitch inics electronically Eine-lune your engine « New points, plugi coinJenw; · Tcil chjrginifiiailing ij! kmj, adjust caibareior » Helps maintain a smooth fanning engine · In- tludej DiUua, ToyDU, VW 4 Brakes VxirChoict " l-Wlittl F»il DIM: IniliU Dew Ticnl diic^nVe pitb · Rrpict i^d iiujxcl fre'il viicel ttinngi · Insect IfduaKc ijilea Ind nlort (doei DGI ifldirfe ctti wleeli] OR (.WM Dnrn.Tr^:[iil!iIl niyi bnte Imlagi aU four nlieeli ·.RE. . trate bj dcaulic rjili D, add fioi it. 6W.- Mi II fatal, Via til ma. H l»s («r ens mtli Kectrwie Igniliw. 104 N. East · Fayefteville *' 442-6222 · Mon, thru Fri. 7:30-5:00 · Sat. 7:30-4:00 Auto air conditioner checkup. Here's what w do: · Test compressor output wild gauges · Test complete system tor leaks · Tighten all belts and hose connections · Clean condenser and radiator exterior « Add Freon as necessary (Frconcxlrn.) Replacement parts and service available al extra cos*. Make appointment thru Saturday, r1 3 / 8 " Super Heavy Duty . Shocks. Only 9.99 each · 11t" diacnclcr piston (over V3 more working area*) for more resistance to rebound, lower internal working pressures than our regular heavy duty shocks. · 60* more fhiW S»n oor regular heavy duty shocks. · Specially engineered »alvrng and super targe pMoo area help provide comfort and stability. · 36% larger prslon area* tor rebound control · "O" ring design helps prevent fluid "blow by* and helps provide more consistent control Mh»n oor regurar hea*y duty shocks. Expert installation amttaMe a*, extra cosl. JCPenney Open 7:30-9 Mon., Thun., Fri. -- 7:30-5:30 Tues., Wed., Sot.

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