Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 9, 1974 · Page 18
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 18

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 9, 1974
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NorthwM* ArfconM. TIMES, Thun., May 9, 1974 FAVlTriVILI.1. ARKANSAS Wins Award Mark I'l-nninglon, it senior at FaycUeville H i g h School, is t h e recipient of schntarsliiiis from tlic Utiivcfsily rf Chicago, Loyola U n i v e r s i t y of Lns Ansclcs anil Micllifiim Stale University. Mark |jluii5 a career in iwlilical science. lie has heen one of Hie Inp de- b a t e s t u d e n t s in Irish school, · n n d received a debate si-liol- nrsldr/ o f f e r to Ilroward Junior College in Florida. Me is . the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray I'cmiinglcm. C h l o r i n e Assured W A S H I N G T O N (A]') -- The Senate Commerce CommitlC' has iipproved a hill intended ti assure the nation of an atle ciuato supply of chlorine foi treating d r i n k i n g \vatcr m M . i m i n g pools. ''rm;in Warren G. Magnu Recipient Jennie MeKimiey. daughter of Mrs. Pauline McKiimvy, is Uic recipient of a J u n i u r Miss Scholarship A w a r d . She w i l l m a j o r in French and speech anil drama al Ihc University of Arkansas. The Payette- ville High School .senior is a miwiilK'r of t h e school's ClmraltMtes and Ihe awurtl u i m i i n g A Capju-lla Choir. She is also a memltcr of the N;i- Uumil Honor Society a n ii served KS a volunteer Candy Slripi-r al Washington Ke- giiHial Medical Center. son, D-Wash,, said the hi would give ULG government au t h o r i t y to require producers t supply chlorine for priorit public health purposes, in chicling treating d r i n k i n g water waste water treatment and fou processing. Ford Claims Price Hike (s Cost-Justified NEWS WHILE IT IS NEWS IN THE TIMES DETROIT ( A P ) -- Ford Moor Co. lias raised prices on its 97'1-model cars and t r u c k s an veraj!e $101. becoming the sec- nd anlo maker t h i s vnonth to Iraw the ire of the federal Cost 'I L i v i n g Council. Council Director John T. )unlop hlasted Wednesday's in- rcase as " u n w a r r a n t e d " and harged it was a violation of he f i r m ' s v o l u n t a r y aMrcemcnt ast Decemher to l i m i t price JOfJStS. But Kord insisted the hike vas needed because of " roce(lentcd cost increases.' "The company's price crease is totally cost-justified iml is consistent w i t h com nitmcnts made last December .o the Cost of L i v i n g Council,'' said Ford Vice President John .i. N'aughton. When the council lifted con- rols on the auto industry in December. Ford, General Mo American Motors agreed to limit wholesale price likes to $150 for the remainder of the model year, b a r r i n g "im- o r u s e c n major economic events." A council spokesman sni(i Wednesday that GM had notified the council it also plans v new price i n c r e a s e but t h a t de Lails were not available. GM which has raised wholesale prices an average $301 a vehicle since September, declined to elaborate. Chrysler, which refused to join the voluntary commitment, boosted prices an average S122 on May 1, also drawing criticism from Dunlop. The increase brought its total increase since September Lo $116 a vehicle. American Motors, which has increased prices S234 since Sop ember, said Wednesday it had intention of raising prices it this time." Ford's latest price boost, its 'otirth since September, included S I W (2A per cent) on the f' sticker price and $50 (1.1 cent) for optional cquip- Ploycrs Sign BDMON'TON 1 . Alta. -- T h e Edmonton Oilers a n n o u n c e d the s'gnijgs of goaltender Jacques Planto and dcfenscmen Barry Long and Ray McKay to World HocXev Association contracts. The 45-vear-old Finnic, who re- tirei! after the 1972-73 season, w i l l make a comeback as player. Director Resigns LOS A N G E L E S (AP) -- Bill Bcrtka h.js resigned as director of player personnel of the Los Angeles Lakers to become vice president of operations for the new New Orleans team in the National Basketball Association. The resignation, announcet Wednesday, wilt become effective June 1. menl made standard. Ex eluding the change for cptions, i- ord has increased prices an average* S : I01 n vehicle since the end of the 1973 model r u n . U N K K C O V K K E I ) COSTS Ford said t h a t even with the latest increase it still is left wild unrcctivcred cost increases a v e r a g i n g S'J8 a vehicle. The cost council currenUy lacks authority to curb prices, but one council source in Washington said the Ford move could affect pending legislation to give the council such aulhor- ily. In a telegram response lp (he council, Ford said the firm's cost increases since Xov. 1, 1973, are "more than double the projections at the time of the decontrol commitment. We do not understand how our action can be interpreted as not con- f o r m i n g to this joint agree ment." Auto sales are off 26 per cent ,.j far this year from their record 1973 pace, with f i r s t quarter profits off sharply. The automakers said soaring costs were largely to blame for the earnings decline. cJLadulik Evelyn Hills Fayerteville WE'VE MOVED TO EVEIYN HULS For Those Good Values . . . C'ome See Us THE NECESSARY \ ACCESSORY- \ An Everywhere | Shoe From Gobbles. .Ready for shopping or sightseeing, meet- ings or marketing. So versatile -- you knowithasthe right look for sporty clothes or shirtdresses. Get the shoes that make going places even more fun. Bone Smooth Leather Black Patent DAVISON'S SHOES Downtown Foyetteville STOCK ODD LOT · RECLINERS · ROCKERS · OCC. CHAIR SAVE NOW STORE WIDE MARK DOWNS TAKEN. COME SEEL. COME SAVE!. HURRY NOW! MATTRESS AND BOX SPRINGS ·TWIN SIZE ·FULL SIZE ·QUEEN SIZE ·KING SIZE REDUCED! NOTICE! ALL FLOOR MODEL CONSOLE STEREOS AT GREAT SAVINGS 1535 NO. COLLEGE AVE. FAYETTEVILLE, ARK. SHOP EVERY THURSDAY NIGHT TILL 8 TO OUR OLD AND NEW CUSTOMERS ALIKE... WE ARE NOT GOING OUT OF BUSINESS, WE ARE REDUCING OUR CURRENT STOCK OF FLOOR-SAMPLES AND OLD-MERCHANDISE... THIS WILL GIVE US ROOM FOR NEW AND BETTER SELECTIONS OF FINER QUALITY FURNITURE TO BETTER SERVE THE FINE PEOPLE OF... NORTHWEST ARKANSAS. Don Davis, Mgr. LINKWAY HOME FURNISHINGS "HOME OF FAMOUS BRANDS" BEDROOM SUITES ·OAK ·MAPLE ·PINE SLASHED! 3-PC SPANISH L ROOM GROUP ·SOFA ·LOVE SEAT · CHAIR SALE PRICED! One of Fayettevilk's Finest Furniture Stores. Directly Across From Evelyn Hills Shopping Center

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