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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 14

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Northweit Arkansas TIMES, Thun., Aug. 15, 1974 FAVETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS c ord's Criticism. Doesn't DeteY Construction of a new hotel progresses under (he stony gaze of Gen. George Henry Progress Thomas, a Union hero in the civil war, in \Vashinglon. The building Is being creeled on Thomas Circle where t h e statue of the general stands. (AP Wirephoto) Bauxite Man Killed BENTON, Ark. (AP) -- State Police said Noel F. Polston, 59, of. Bauxite was killed Wednesday when the car he was driving struck the end of a bridge on Arkansas 5 about. 10 miles we^st of here. Officers said Polston's car hit the end of the Alum Fork Relief Bridge head on. Party Chief Quits OTTAWA (AP) -- Robert Stanfield, the Conservative leader whose party has lost three elections to Pierre Elliott Trurteau's Liberals, says he will step down from his leadership post. Stanfield, 60, told a news conference Wednesday that he would remain leader of the par- ty, officially known at the Pri gressive Conservatives, unt another person can be chosen He declined; to, name a choic as his successor but said French Canadian .would good for the party, The party lost elections to In Liberals in 1967, 1972 and la Juiy. Stantield has been Jeade of the party since 1967. By JOHN CUN1FF NEW YORK (AP) - Presi- ent Gerald Ford took what is idely viewed as tough, firm clion in criticizing General Colors for raising ils price oughly 10 per cent. But firm s it was, it was loo weak. Jawboning, while probably oE ome value in restraining price icrcases, simply cannot' over- 'helm the facts, and thg under- ying fact, according to GM, is ml expenses have been rising, ecessitating higher prices. Neither can jawboning in- alidate the rules of economics, n wishing thai other aiitomo- ve manufacturers decline to ollow GM's example, the Pres- denl may, in effect, be asking hem to accept smaller returns n investments and sales. For any company willingly to ccept such a situation is to ommit a breach oE faith with lockholders, risk. a decline in ability to attract capita' vith which to stay alive, anc therwise endanger its com ictitive position. But, wilh inflation threat ning to become even ' worse lie President probably hat ittle choice but to speak out He could do little else, even hough he has declared: in lation to be the nation's pri nary problem. NEXT MOVE The next moves, since th resident probably has no olh ers at the time, appear to b eft up to the automotive com panics. GM can resist, or it can cu ack its increases.Jfor .which i conceivably rnadeSan^alloxv ance. The olher-rn'a.rjufaet'urer caii raise their,prices'by '10 pc cent also, or they can 'seal them down. The most unlikely course However, would be. for GM rescind its increase and fo Chrysler, in the national iulei est, to forego any price change they might have considered. This still would leave Ford which announced several week ago that average -retail price would rise more than $400 ove 1974 models, also to considi whether it would^ -retain or re cind its increases?'" ' For these events to occu there .Avould have'to be a tot committment tothe President ability to turn back the tide inflation. . ..' When increases like GM's ar announced, it is all but impo sible for the administratio uickly to ascertain it they are stifled. Without any automat- probing machinery, it can nly jawbone wilh dubious ef- ct. It is for this reason the Presi- ent has accepted a Democrat- proposal for a summit con- erence o n - t h e economy 'and ther domestic affairs, and for gisjatifin to create a new Cost f Living Council. Armed with facts, he can ounter the moves of big busi- ess and big labor, which al- ·ays are armed with batteries f statistics "proving" their ase. Without similar atnmuni- 1011, the President's pleas are elatively ineffective. Billingiley Trial Sat MORRILTON, Ark. AP) -Calvin E. Billingsley, 21, is to go on trial Friday in Gomvay County Circuit Court on a charge of felony murder. Billingsley. a former resident of Russellville and Florida, is accused of fobbing and killing Willis Layan Gray, 42, a disabled veteran. Gray was s h o t four times in · the head wilh ,24-caliber ritla in h i s mobile lome near Morrilton Jan. 14. Shcritf Martin Hawkins of Conway County said the jury in the case was selected Wednesday. Harris Sentenced MORRILTON. A r k . (AP) -Lee Otis Harris, 21, of Springfield in Conway County was sentenced.lo lite.in prison: without parole Wednesday 'In' conneclion wilh the slaying of '· Ellis Robb, 85, of Cypress. A Morrilton jury had convicted Harris of capital felony murder in the December rob-: bery and murder of Robb. . Harris was the second man to bo convicted in conneclion witn Robb's death. -Theodis Maxwell of Cypress also was sentenced to life without parole. DUE TO THE HIGH PRICE OF MONEY -PAY CASH SAVE SALE on RAISED WHITE LETTERED TIRES FREE MOUNT, Petition Circulated For Benlon Election BENTON, Ark. (AP) -- Dick Tucker^ president.of the Benton Jayceesr-said Wednesday t h a t "iis group hoped to obtain ··nough signatures by this week- °nd to call an election for a :hange in Benton's current mayor-council form of government. About 1,200 signatures are needed, he said. However, Tucker said the de-' eat .of a proposed city adminis- rator form of government in Iorth Little Rock has slowed he petition drive. He said he still felt sentiment was strong n.Benton for a change to a city nanager form. .. ·- - ·· · · · · · · '· "There's still a lot of inter- 2st," Tucker said. "Several lave asked me about it this week. Benton has grown tremendously and many people feel like we need it." Premium Quality Fully Guaranteed For Example: FREE BALANCE F70x14 WAS $40.10 . . . . . . . NOW $3193 $2.63 F.i.T. G60xl4 WAS $45.46 . . . . . . . NOW $36 25 $3.18 F.E.T. ALL SIZES ON SALE -- PRICES ARE EXCHANGE 53/4% 6%% . .-, . . , . . We .hare .a savings program and interest rate to meet your needs. Foyetteville Savings: Loan Association 201 N. East Avenue TRUCK TIRE BARGAINS HIGHWAY TREAD -- ALL PREMIUM QUALITY FOR EXAMPLE: 670x15 6 PLY NYLON CASH SALE PRICE $2.36 F.E.T. 700x15 6 PLY NYLON CASH SALE PRICE $2701 $2.77 F.E.T. · FREE MOUNTING BALANCING -- PRICES ARE EXCHANGE 2407 BOB BROWN DIST. CO. PRICES ARE BORN HERE . . . AND RAISED ELSEWHERE North 71, Fayetteville · Phone 442-4281 THE KIWANIS CLUB OF FAYETTEVILLE PRESENTS ITS 20th ANNUAL K I I I S DAY FOOTBALL GAMES RED TEAM COACHES: R. L. Gray, Mike Watson, Don Pitts Greg Baker, Robbie Lewis, David Market, Greg Ferguson, Scott Jones, Andrew Cole, Scott Phillips, J. A. Wisman, Chris Bell, Bosco Spencer, Bruce McCain, Scott Bailey, Hink Hardin, Darrin Wright, Todd D. Townsend, Andy Cozart, Mike R. Watson, Jr., Gary Gray, Barry Hale, Gregg Riley, Donny Gilbreatb, Gary Harris, Derik W .Sfanton, David Douthit, Fred Faust, Arnold Gabbard, Stephen Carson, Rod Black, Darris Pitts, Donnie Pitts. HAR/yiQN PLAYFIELD Fayetteville, Ark. Aug. 16th Adults: Children and Students: 50* RED TEAM COACHES: James Newell, James Harris David Bell, Grant Martin, Mike Gayer, Roger Parette, Mike Wayne Williams, Jena- than Gross, Joel Hardin ,Bim Burner, Kirk Mahan, Mark Jordan, Tommy L. Deffebough, Kacy Lynch, Garry Sic'cardi, Robbie Armstrong, Andy Market ,Terry Daniels, Neal Kilambi, Mark Mayes, Doug Williams, Bob Easley Tom Van Nostrand, John Barry Cox, Daren McDonald, Todd Wright. . BLUE TEAM COACHES, Francis McConnell, Larry Phillips, Jim Shreve Steve Phillips, David Brian Jones Dennis Daniels, David Hughes, Eric J. Schuldt, Billy Fulton, Kevin Phillips, Billy Wayne, Navin Kilambi, Mark Harris, Kevin Honomichi, Ray Newell, Wade Williams, Jackie Menifer, Richard Rush, Leslie Blackburn, David Bryan Neal, Alan DeVaull, Darin Bell, Jed Shreve, Mark Fitz- Hugh, Wesley Vaughn, Greg Stone, Clark Ogden, Randall Curry, Rich Williamson, Tracy Hoskins, David Weniz, Benny Breazeale, Scott Holloway. Arranged through the Cooperation of the Boy's Club and Youth Center BLUE TEAM COACHES: Ben Israel, Donnie Cook, Walter Nelson David Tinstill, Mare Jones, Bear Wright, Dean Rush, Jeff Slusarek, Randy Fitzgerald, Brian Hensman, Charles Dodson, Jon Michael Harlan, Daren M. Ray, Paul Berwirth, Dan Keady, Brad Rince, Matt Nelson, Dwight Smith, Terry LM Henri r'tx. Dean Parson, John May, Timothy Cooper, Larry Shackelford, Kevin Phillips, Anthony Mahone, Ronnie Cavinesi. PROCEEDS TO KIWANIS SERVICE PROGRAMS. THE KIWANIS CLUB THANKS THE FOLLOWING FAYETTEVILLE BUSINESS FIRMS FOR SUPPORTING THIS WORTHY PROJECT Arkansas Book Store Arkansas Western Gas American United life Ins. Bob Blaeksfon Anchor Construction Bear Brand Company Bill Gould Bronson Abstract J, Burge Construction Campbell Soup Company Campbell-Belt · Central Tire Company . Coca Cola Bottling Co. ·College Avenue Pharmacy Collier's Rexall Drug Dennis Home Furnishings Dillon Food Store - 45 K. Joe Rodman Firm Bureau Insurance Eason Company Farm Service Co-Op. Fayelleville Drug Faycflcville Glass Company Fayetleville Savings Loan Fayetteville Linen Service Fayetteville Lumber Cement Company First Federal Savings Loan First National Bank Gibson's Discount Center Goodyear Service Store Grcer Abstract Company Hatfield Ponliac Holiday Inn Hunt's, Inc. International House of Pancakes I.G.A. Thriffway Stores Ivey Motor Company Jones Truck Line J.C. Penney Company Kelley Brothers Lbr. Co. Kentucky Fried Chicken 514 N. College Kentucky Fried Chicken 27B8 N. College KFAY and KKEG Radio Stations KHOG Radio Station K-Mart Lee Exxon Statinn Levi-Slrauss Company Lewis Bros. Hardware Lewis Ford Sales Life Casualty Linkway Stores McCartney-Faucetle ,Inc. McIIroy Bank . McNair-Cravens Company McRoy-McNair Medical Arts Pharmacy Minute Man Moore's Chapel Morion Co..Inc.- . . Nelson's Funeral Horn*. ; Northwest Arkansas Time* - Northwestern Typewriter O.K. Milady Oak Plaza Pharmacy OTASCO Ozark Floor Company Paragon Beauty Salon Pendleton Electric Company Folk's Furniture Rochier'g Jewelry Sears Sclie's Restaurant Shipley Baking Company Sines Body Shop Spe-Dee Mart FAYETTEVILLE KIWANIS CLUB Loris Stantoo, Realtor Stout Petroleum Company · Southwestern Bell Telephone Southwest Printing Company Standard Register Sun-Brite Janitor Service SWEPCO Underwood's U of A Style Shop Vpchurch Electric Supply Warner Cable Williams Ford Tractor Co. Systematic Inc. A.G. Edwards Son), Inc. A.J. Angust Men'i Wear Balfour Bonanza Sirloin Pit Boss Co .Gallery of Homes Bryee Davli It Co., Inc. Casa Taco Clyde Campbell University Shop College Club Dairy ,Inc. Consumer's Pharmacy Davison's Shoe Store Dillard's Enterprise Sight Sound Epperly's Flower Shop Fabric City Farnham Lumber Co. Gabbard Paint Wallpaper Golf, McNair Gregory's Men's Store ·Kearney Electric Llndscy Associates Martensen Travel McCllnton Brothers Co. Mr. Burger Oak Plaza Oak Plaza 66 Service Station Plaza International Travel Ramadalnn Red Ball Transfer Storage Salvation Army Service Supply Co. Showcase Florist Snclling Snelling Agency The Square Peg Trumho's Men's Store Wal-Mart Discount City Washington County New C»r Dealers Assn. Walson's Super Market Western Anto Store Whit Hcnsman MFA Inn. Williams Co .Insurance Zip Print

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