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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 16

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Northwest Arkansos TIMES, Friday, Juno 7, 1974 T,-, p|-r F A Y I T T E V I L L C . A R K A N S A S ' W I M V, Nixon At Camp David i Tin- ['rc'-idciU I K ' W t D a v i ' l r i n T l u i r s d n v n i g h l n i t e ., f - J 1 ] r t , r . cn]i , / n b r n i - ( 1 ,| K b i l l a l s n j x n v y yiiciU S c u n i j i . M a t 1 t t u n ,\ c r i s i s . Ti \\ on lil cut hack on ;ncr:l of ijil compainc,'.^' n j i t u i i a t i r l phase out t h e ?.'l I (.r ( n dcpletioii . ee-Ui f i v e - y e a r Si-vi-raJ junior niem he c o i m n i U r n priv-^ed foi' Ih irlht to o f f e r Joan Kennedy Attends W A S H I N G T O N (A!') -- Sen M i i . joined members of h e r lier !jrotlierin-law in her first e n u s Coin- ' conimiUuc to meet Mnml;iy proposal to send Ou. 1 Mrs. Kennedy, \vlio has hcen nncl her [or lic.r commitment to the luU'iiiKcnu-nl of women." ''·''Y'l'ii m "" 1 '" I'" 1 "TMTM, said she will .£;.,,,. try t.i m a k e miciilli- class worn" · ' r i i in A m c r i c u suviiro of tlio problems f a c i n g thciv sex. '**^~4 ~V V . Face Death Cbironcp Smith (IcfO mi (I H i c h n n l Grt'cr are lor] shuck- tod from (Itc courthouse in AL- bu(|uerrnic Wednesday a f t e r hen r i n g District Court J u d g e Will mm K i n r c l n i i pronounce tlio niiimlnttiry death .sentence required by slate luu 1 Eitlli^v- ing l l i c i r conviction f n r ( li e tn urd cr n f :i Uni vc r sily nf j\eu- Mexico s t u d e n t . T w o other mu-niliors nf (lie southern C a l i f o r n i a motorcycle Kaofc. (he Vegos, also \v c r u seiitenrc'rl In d e n t i l in the K u h . 8 iucidt-nl. (AP Win j i l m l o ) Volvo Uses Mass Prodyction Assembly Without Moving Line Hy nEMllK KYIIM-; K A L M A H , Sweden ( A P ) -Some 55 years n g n A m e r i c a n industrialist Henry Ford revolutionized manufacturing process es by introducing the assembly line, since tlien llic very symbol of 'man's integration us a somewhat dchummii/ed p n r l of the rnechani'/.ed society. Now Swedish car producci' Volvn t u r n s t h a t system clown, introducing the world's f i r s t mass production cur ;issemb!y p l a n t without :i moving l i n e , Jt was inaugur.it.ed t h i s week. This is how it works: A s E c m 1 1 y is s u b d i v i d e d among some 25 separate te;mis, each lemn consisting of ;ibonl 15 workers w i t h a small workshop zone at Us disposal in Hie large factory. The loam members are nol limited lo fitting individual p a r t s b u t , within the loam, they install and become experts in entire f u n c t i o n s of ihe car. D u r i n g assembly work the body is carried (lirouglf the factory on R battery-powered low- level carrier t h a i also fimc-lions as a working plat f a r m . J{ is connected to Ihe factory computer system, but can also can be operated by the workers via a switch panel. The workers do have tn fit the bodies w i l h UH: respective components w i t h i n certain time periods, bu.l. due to b u f f e r .stock spaces, each space is able to elarc six cars. They can vary their rate of work and create One of the -HID workers in the plant -- by the end of the year they will be fiOO -- is Jan Karlsson r a member of a learn t h a t assembles the front ends. _ H a f * I ^ r i r ] p c ; O T I - 25, been work ni? in an o r t h o d o x p l a n t , Ii' .vonlri have performed on u n c t i o n , snrh as fastening , wheel l i n k or a wheel hob. I n t h e K;ilm;ir p l a n t tie O I L ries out some HO I asks re^u larly. A n r l due to job rotatio can s w a p .jobs v ith In teammates, increasinf.; n u m b e r of t a s k s to several h i m d i e d . "J have visited the Volvo i scrnbly p f a n t in Gotehortf th; built on the old .system Karlsson says, "f wouldn't e \ i consider w o r k i n g tliere." ".My only complaint about tli way it functions hero is t h a t th job rut at ion system doesn irk -- at least not in m team. We have been t a l k i n g t other team members, for stance the proassemhly peopk about r o t a t i n g within t h e t c a i r but they have been u n w i l l i n g There ia a tendency t h a t t! workers feel t h a t now who they h a v e learned fo do t h e n tasks, they .stay." M a n u f a c t u r i n g a l m o s t c\ clu.sively for the North A m e n can m a r k e t , Ihe plant is expected 10 reach the o u t f l o w of 'IPO units per year on one- shift operation by the end of the year, hut a capacity of f). ODD units a year i.s planned. When the project, bi'^an in early 1G72. V o U o was p l a n n e d by high personnel turnover in ! absenteeism caused by e m p l n t d i s l i k e of p r o d u c t i o n line-. probJems they had in common wilh most oilier h i g h l y meth i ni/ecJ i n d u s t r i e s in t h e ' w o r l d . The labor turnover he-* a r o u n d 5 per cent since a Iryout period that bi^an in February. John Cimniff i.s on Viiealion. Women's Programs W A S H I N G T O N A P ) I'a rieia Sullivan L i t u l h . a Itc 1 p u b l i c a n n a t i o n a l con\- mHcewoman f r o t n 1-ouisiinui, has been n a m i ' d a White Housi. 1 assistant in charge of women's p r o g r a m s . President Eal counselor Anne A r m s t r o n g announccri t h e p o i n t m o n t to the $2X1100 a year job TlHir.sclay, saying, "S ch i t j j i n.r. ixoci. (API ihr [ \i I in U it 11, T\ s C Hflt i nj i i ui ! v t ;ld jt d r t .o prcp;trx- a c o m p a r i s o n of j. i h i p p i n M l ? ti ]c HJ f t t i Ah [ i i R ei m 1 t i t 1 · n i K i \ t ^ U 11 i mn i .h i ih ti u i i u r t h i { i P a u l 1 A d n i n I r i f t i \ llHLtOI - n r j i f t t t (1 E II c J 1 :h it tlu HI ( 1 1 s nt! no v , den t (1 ! \i m is r U i j not eompeiuive \vitli those a I o t h e r ports such as M o m n m L Io\\ \ c . i he s i d t h c i c c i t ind c mon th ii nf mt f ucn -, U c l J i I K v I \ i \ E . I ' to M m p h i i H I M ] j n t i [ ou 11 ind in u i n i [ C n m n u ^ifjn mt n OL s s id \ \ proper rale sirncture was jicj- J incut of commend r i v e r Recovery Room's Special of Specials! Slcmdai d Sofa - Reupholsfered or Hids-A-Bec! . . . Includes . . . THE C AERIC Any labile up to 10,00 per van! from n n y of f o u r f u l l l i n e of hunks, i n c l u d i n g Kirsch, Craven, O.V.S., DogwoiMl, M i d w e s t . J t n s h i n . , , Ilerculoiis, 1(11) per cent nylrjiis nangiifiydcs, velvets, rtc. . . . Any f a h r i c NOT Hcntchganlcd we \v\ll Soitcli.nanl FISKE! THE LABOR Kemoval of ATJ, Fabric, Tying of Springs, r c u v b h i n g , gluing of Frame, repadiliiig, wood touch-up, ituy other iictessavy repairs ALL W01IK GUATlANTEKf) to YOUK Satisfaction! a« Pick Up and Delivery Within a 25 Mile Radius Call 521-8815 3E. Mountain, Fayefleville We've been making gen tlcmen's whiskey in Kentucky since 1800. And everything we know has gone into Kentucky Beau We took our time making it. "Jake your lime drinking it 86 Proof, 6 Years Old Kt.it / E. d gnl COL m n\ c./ *$im "~%j Shootout Leaves Mrs, Morrison Homeless, Neighbors Provide 15.V STKPllli\ FOX- LOS ANGKLES ( A P ) -- In a Sold suit and old brown fedora Tommy Howard sat outside the ruins of the house where "Cinque" and f i v e other Kymbionese Liberation A r m y members d i e d last month in a Shootout w i t h police. "Every l i t t l e bit helps" read a poster te!iinrl h i m . He shook a glass jar which held rains and a few rumpled dollar bills.. He was collecting- money for .ASattie M o r r i s o n . She w t :s inside a white B a p t i s t church 00 | (he ashes and dirt in tile w i c c k a BO of the house where the si \ members died and w a l k ovi i n -Airs, .Morrison's home, now i shell of charred beams mrt c r u m b l i n g plaster. M a n y residents are s t i l l an? ry w h e n (hey look m the afiei math of the Shootout. "If t i i i s had been in B c \ u l \ feet a w a y , lyin: couch. on a rumpled A pink stucco h o u s e where police w o u l d n ' t have' done what . Freddie Hoyrl. said resident . "They slaried shoolint! lip 1 r neighborhood without ' w a i m n ' j any of the people. If soim ir, had been killed, all they coi d j a m ! ptM!Ut.'d m t h e lu-fuic.s nf of. . _ - . j f i c c r s w h o p v j i c u n t r d resident bomb inside ihe SLA hoi^p | lllo ' j .-^ under SL.A f i r e . Flames spread to hr-r iioino"; ^· 1 ! J 1 ( 1 t h a n SloO.OO'i in c!;iini-; Now she \\\\- in the c-!u.n Jt. 'inju'if liern subniittt'd by n.-si- Shi? incrji'ni d [or t i e r ; J i n - e ' ( '-'-' l} ^ tc tin 1 c i t y miorney"? of- pel mongrel doc-.s. k i l l e r ! m ' t l i c r f i c - ^' !t - v oiHciciKs mur ' p r o m fire. j i ^ c J ;o honor every v;i!itl -l:ii:7i. "I lost e v e r y t h i n g . :ir,\i't ;\}\. \ -V'r.. A I n r r i s n n i?n'r. s u r e ct I lost my thn-!' d . t ^ s , . . a n d ' v -''m ! - ·· : -^' \ v i i l ;i *k in rom- t h a t ' s t h e '.vnj'.-:." ^--u- si:":od. A ips'r'J^iiiio:!. frail w o m a n , .-lie \^ 01 ·- ~ r^\ i J d ' 'J't'a- 1 -; ie,i:an in !IT-:I!.-; co\.. n p r i n t tire.", a m i f : f r ' n r ^ - I U - L * bar. H o u a r d . p. f i i c r i d . ; - T-^IT i help her. Bo:h arc- in i'-/!" \.-. Iv of = . PEOPLE \\iLl, J I K L P "People v.-;il heli) ou:." h said. "T!mc= are j f n u L : ! i Isnt ti people \\hc ennie rioisii Live n something for her." The Jean man was cMl'ctir 1 :' mone' from t o u r i s t s u h o s ' i i l j come to -^ee ihe rubble a n d i:ie bullet holes. They k i c k throus::i The TIMES Is On Top of Tfie News Seven Days a Week! IMMANUAL BAPTIST CHURCH invites all University Students to attend t h e i r services Sunday; S n n t l a y School ^'orship Ser\i(:c T r a i n i n g Union Worship Ser\'icc 9:l;i a.m. 11:00 a . m . 6:15 p.m. 7:30 p.m. Wednesday: 7:30 p.m. Worship Service Everyone Welcome £3 tf PEA rA r^ R AV^N M E! ·?" -^ f^ /^A i^M f( }$ r » la £ tf L J -\i L X-J VyV L.T 9 ·V R' ?f*« "',w;«^. i s^ r/ ^s^tf^j^;S^£S22 TJ?*?*,^ "ir', 5 1 I ' ^o^ %? CUARTO' OE VIDA ESPANOI. King-Size Sofa, Loveseaf and Chair in black leaflher-vinyl. The fabric, of course, carrie our 5 ,|year Fabric Guarcmtee. 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