Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 1, 1974 · Page 5
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 1, 1974
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Burton And Loren Richard Burfon, left, c h a I s with actress Sophia Loren during a break in the filming of Noel Coward's play " B r i e f Encounter." Bolh have t h e leading roles. Tourists jammed roads in New Forest England in efforts to catch a glimpse of the famous pair (AP Wirepholo) Norrnwvftl ^ruaniai nmca, mura., Mug. », I T / ^ ^ FAYETTEV1LLI, ARKANSAS Governors Issue Energy Demands ALBUQUERQUE. N.M. (AP) -- Western governors have given Washington a list oF tough emands that will have to be met if the federal government wants to develop the West's un- apped energy resources. "They'll have to listen to us," said Republican Gov. John Vanderhoot of Colorado. Vanderhoof. 52, was elected chairman of the Western Governors Conference on Wednesday. Thirteen state chief execu- ives are meeting here. The energy potential in the Vest is considered a key to the United Stales' eventual independence from foreign oil sup)lies. But exploitation threatens vast changes in sparsely popu- ated areas, and Vanderhoof said his goal was "to maintain our Western way of life" igainst overpopulation, urban alight and haphazard sprawl :.hat have accompanied indus- ;rialization of other regions. T h e governors' ultimate weapon is to impede develop ment of such resources as coal and oil shale, Vanderhoof told a news conference. "I don't know of a single plant that can't he delayed a number of years by arbitrary enforcement of the many laws and regulations that are at the fingertips of an executive of a state like New Mexico or Wyoming," he said. But Vanderhoof said he liought a reasonable plan development can be worked c vith the federal government. "I think the point is, we lol going to be run roughsh over by bureaucrats and pco rom higli levels in Washing! n the development of these sources unless the Iradeo and the accommodation of c jeople is properly made," said. The demands are aimed Washington, D.C., since the f eral government controls v areas of public lands in West where the energy sour are located. Some of the trade-offs w listed in a series of resoluti adopted at the final busin sesssion of the 1974 conferen --Federal loans and grants pay for water, and sewer pi ects, schools and other facili that will be needed to han an influx of population. --A virtual doubling of states' share of royalties p by private firms for extraci of the resources under fede lease, from the current 37'/i cent lo 66 2-3 per cent. --Relative independence fr federal rules and regulation. 1 planning orderly developm of the coal and shale fields. Another resolution is bounc stir controversy among the l i o n ' s conservation or£ izations. It calls for a mas new program to kill coyote the West. IWoolwortRl Satisfaction Guaranteed · Replacement or Money Refunded WE NEED ROOM FOR NEW FALL MERCHANDISE! Announcing the Arrival of Mary Quant's Couture Accessories Eye's, lips and always have them with you. Why not lei them be your fashion accessories this season? sttfUrrt virttrr vrrthf vi*rt MISS MARIBETH VENTO, MARY QUANT MAKE-UP ARTIST, will be on hand to combine her talent and Mary Quant eosmejics in our Fall Fashion Revue, "SOMETHING TO CHEER ABOUT" FRIDAY, AUG. 2 -- 3:30 4=30 P.M. MALL TWIN THEATRES Get Your Free Tickets Now in the Bird's Nest Visit the Bird's Nest now and see Mary's beautiful collection, "Fashions For Faces/ 7 . Free denim cosmetics bags with every purchase of Mory Quant cosmetics of 5.00 or more! FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY Boston Store III SAVE! ALL SUMMER SANDALS SPECIAL SELECTION Ladies' Summer PURSES 00 Reg. 3.99-6.99 Ladies' Sizes 5-10 -3 00 SPECIAL SELECTION Ladies Childrens Sandals and House Shoes Values to 5.99 -- Many Styles SPECIAL SELECTION Ladies' and Children's Sandals and Casual Shoes 97 177 2°° RACK 3°° RACK INCLUDES LADIES SKIRTS, BLOUSES, T-SHIRTS and DRESSES. Values to 7.99 INCLUDES GIRLS SLACKS, PANT TOPS and SWIM SUITS Sizes 7-14. Values to 4.99 M HI VLJB ^1 ^^B TM ^^ Bl iKi/"iiir\cc i AFMCC ei A f*wc INCLUDES LADIES PANTS AND COORDINATED TOPS Values to $7.00 INCLUDES LADIES SLACKS AND TOPS Values to 6.99 6°° RACK 7°° RACK \J · %· «%jlm · INCLUDES MISC SHOP NORTHWEST ARKANSAS PLAZA LADIES SHORT SLEEVE AND SLEEVELESS TOPS Values to 9.99 INCLUDES MISC LADIES BUST-OUT BLOUSES AND PANT TOPS-TENNIS DRESSES. Values to 8.99 8°° RACK 9°° RACK INCLUDES SHIRT-JACS, TOPS AND LONG SLEEVE SEERSUCKER BLAERS Values to 10.99 Boys' Short Sleeve Knit Sport and Dress SHIRTS INCLUDES MISC LADIES VESTS, PANT TOPPERS AND SHORT SLEEVED SEERSUCKER BLAZERS. Values to 10.99 Men's Short Sleeve Knit Sport and Dress SHIRTS price Values to 3.99 BOYS' JEANS 25% Off Regular Price Now Priced 99 C99 2"-5 Vz price Values to 5.99 mmmmmmmammm ONE RACK INFANTS AND TODDLERS WEAR 00 Priced As Marked 2 5 Values to 7.99 ONE RACK MEN'S TIES ONE TABLE INFANTS AND ODDLERS WEAR and 2 for $6.00 wmmmmma^m One Table Misses Lingerie Infants Odds and Ends Values to 5.00 1 00 1 00

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