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August 23, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

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yipw.TM,, T gnf| -07 £-«»£/v Army Admits 45,000 In Wrong Assignments WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Army acknowledges that about 46,000 soldiers are serving in wrong assignments at a time when U.S. armed strength is restricted to its smallest total in 24 years. In effect, these men have INVESTING IN TIME .... Bernard J. Edwards stands beside some antique clocks at his home in Chicago -··.- Clock Collectors Ticking Off Dollars been put into jobs for which they have not been specially trained and their own skills could go to waste. "This situation may breed poor job satisfaction which results in poor performance from the soldier," said an internal Army publication read largely y enlisted men. Soldiers caught in this bind could lose out in promotions, skill pay, selection for schooling and even qualification for re-enlistment, the publication said. Asked about the extent of such mismatched assignments, the Army said about 46,000 men are in this fix, roughly nine per cent of all its enlisted men. The Army said it is working to correct the problem and that the "mismatch trend is improving." service is doing the utmost with its alloted manpower. "When the Army is not actually fighting, the management of human resources is our single most important func- :ion." Secretary of the Army Howard H. Callaway told a Senate Armed Services sub committee last week. . . . To get the most out ol every dollar, it is eseential that we get the most out of everj person." But nowhere in Callaway's formal statement to the sub committee was there · any- men tibn of the still unsolved prob lem of thousands of men whost military skills and assignment do not match. CHICAGO (AP) -- This is a great time for clock collectors. They are ticking off the dollars. Bernard J. Edwards, president of the Chicago chapter of the National Association of Watch and. Clock Collectors, says clocks are a better investment nowadays than the hottest stocks. But you've got to find the right ones. "Several years ago you'could buy old alarm clocks for 50 cents, or $1 but now they are Ark Best Corp ...;',,- 7% AmerlTeLft Tel ....... '.'.'.' 43Va Ark La Gas .............. 18'/ a Baldwin .................. vy a Campbell Soup ... ..... ,'."'25% Central S VV . . ' 12V4 , , . . . . Del Monte ..... ; ........... 18 Dillards- ..... .......... .' " j; ' .... A G Edwards ........ A , ... 3% Emerson .......... -,- ..... z2Ya · Exxon ..... .......T."....... 69V 8 Ford ......... -.. ........... 39% Frontier Air ....-,,,,. ..... 4% Gen Growth ..... I...TT. ..... 1' Gen Mtrs ........ ,·· ..".'is... 393' Gordon Jewelry ...,.."...'. IntlHarv ..... ...-...-.- ...... 20} I-T-E Imperial ..., E ..-.- ...... l J C Penney ......... ".'.,.-. 49% Levi Strauss ........ ...... 21? Ling Temco ....... ....... 9V Marcor .. .......... '...»B.- 267 Pan Am World Air Phillips Petro ......... ... 42 7 / Pizza Corp ........ ..,,..-, 0 Pizza Hut ,.-., ........... ·.- 17- Ralston ..-.;..-.-, ............ 30 1 / Safeway .". -- ..-.-. ........ 34? Sears ........... '.-, ...... ... 12V Scolt Paper ... ........ T . . . Shakespeare . ... T .. ........ 5V Sou Pac ...... E ...... ..... 27V Texaco ........ . Tri State Mtrs ..-..T ....... 9V Union Carbide ..... ... ____ 41 3 United Air .......... T .... 27 1 / Victor ..... . . Wai Mart ....... -r........ 15 s . Ark West Gas ...... .... 12'A-l Kearney Natl ........ 5%-5* Minute Man .... ....... 2 Pioneer Foods ........ 4 H K Porter ........... 32%-33 Std Regis ...... ....... 12M-13 1 Tyson Foods ..... .'.... 5H-5 : Yellow Frt .......... 35K-36 Averages . Inds .................... up . Trans ................ down . Utils ..i. ............. down . Volume ...:.. 3 'mil 300 thoi Commodity Openings Sept corn ...... .., ..... 3.B2 Nov soybeans .... ....... 7.1 Sept eggs ............ .-... 5P.i Feb pork bellies ......... 56.: Dec wheat ............. .. 4.59 ing for. $15 to $20," says Ed-, ards, whose travels in the out- or advertising business give lock m occasional time for nting in antique shops. "Alarm clocks made from 12 to the 1930s and early 1940s e coming up fast in the clock ;rby," said Edwards, a collcc- r for 15 years. "Anyone who as in the service during World ar II probably will remember e alarm clocks that had 'war arm' printed on the face, lere were millions of them, ut most were lost or thrown vay. They are worth $22 to 5 now." Double-dial calendar clocks nd railroad clocks are in de- and now while a few years ;o school clocks were a big ing, Edwards said. Before at, gingerbread mantel clocks ere popular. "Alarm clocks are the big omers," he said. "There are ishions and fads in clocks just i there are in other kinds of ollecting.' Edwards's personal collection icludes 100 . clocks and 50. 'atches. His prize is an, early merican mahogany clock hree feet tall that he bought or $400 at an antique shop' two ears'ago. "It's of museum quality--a enuine Aaron Willard with aul Revere engraving," he aid. "I value it. at $'3,500 to*y."- .' "-' : In today's changing market n amateur can get burned, Cdwards warns. "Take a good look at the movements,"'he advises. "Old locks, being .handmade, have novements rather on the crude ide. New ones look new, they are probably stamped out. The plates are thin and are usually riveted instead of screwed." Two years ago, there were 77,700 improperly assigned soldiers, or more than 15 per cent of enlisted strength, it said. Officials said mismatch often results from an oversupply or undcrsupply of specific skills and that much of the difficulty is centered at the unit level where commanders must fill slots with whatever men they have. The Army also acknowledged that "poor utilization policy in units" has contributed t o - t h e problem. PBA Tour Stop WATJKEGAN, III. (AP) _ Tiie pro bowling tour makes stop here this weekend for th $50,000 Waukegan Open with field of 160 shooting for the to prize of $5,000. Chicago's hot-rolling Carme Salvino and leading money-wi ner Earl Anthony of Tacom Vash., are favorites in tl !our-day event at the Bertan Lanes starting today. The about Army 783,000 now men stands at after five years of steady cutbacks from a Vietnam war peak of about twice that strength. In trying to stave off further cuts, Army leaders have soughl to convince Congress that the Air Stagnation Advisory Issued LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- The rst air stagnation advisory nee 1972 was issued Thursday y (lie state Department of PoV ution Control and Ecology. However, the departmeni aid there was no Immediate eallh hazard. Jarrell Southall, chief of the eparimenl's Air Division, sai combination of a high prcs tire system over Arkansas ani ow wind velocity is preventin; lollutants from escaping th ower atmosphere. Southall also said a 1 a r g amount of. haze had settle over the state which apparentl vas not being produced in A "tansas. He said the department ha .ncreased its monitoring of a mosphevie conditions but he di not know it the departmen would have to ask for stronge air pollution controls. The department urged Arka sans to cut down on pollutio creating . activities, especial during.the night and mornin hours. Southall said the advisor "just indicates there is the p tential for a concentrated bull up." He said if "extraordina controls" were required th might mean a request to d continue open air burning ai tighter controls on incinerat and boiler operations. miles per hour eb., where hail round. Thundershowers Dampen Midwest By The Associated Press Wind, hail and rain pounded arts of the Plains today as cattered Ihundershowers mch of the nation. h i t . Winds guslcd at more than 70 in Chadron, covered the Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Friday, Aug. 23, 1974 ·! FAYITTEVILLC, ARKANSAS ·( 3 U.S. To Study Soviet Proposal By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Secretary of State Henry A Kissinger says the Unitec States government is studying future of Cyprus. Two inches of rain fell in dry lUbbock, Tex., in six hours-- ic most in two years. Low areas in Texas' Big Bend Na- ional Park were flooded. Oelrichs, S.D., sloshed in 4 nches of rain Thursday night and inch-thick hail hit Rapid Ity. Heavy rains also s o a k e d Amarillo, Tex,; Columbia, Mo., and Cape Halleras, N.C. Thundershowers stretched from the Rockies to the Mississippi Valley and along the Gulf and Atlantic coasts. Fog overhung the Pacific Coast, parts of New Englanc and the Ohio Valley. But clear skies "favored mosl of the country west of the Rockies. · IXPIRT WATCH RIPAIR swTfr^s J7N»rth But Western diplomats at thi United Nations dismissed the Lussian move as a propaganda "It doesn't seem to 'be any hing that get off 11) I LEARN BASIC OR ADVANCED INCOME TAX PREPARATION IGCD3BLOCK | Thousands arc earning good money as lax prep^rers. Enrollment open to men and women of all ages. Job Interviews available for best slu- dents* Send for Iree information and class schedules. Classes Start: SEPTEHMER 12 C O N T A C T THE GOtOUBLOCIC · OFFICE NEAREST Y O U : 2 Offices to Serve Yon i #H Soulh School, FiiyeHevJLIo 5-1-1753 KB 8. Thompson. Sprlnudale I 751-5600 J round," one said. A Soviet government staled lent on Thursday said at- impls by members of UIB' ·lorth Atlantic Treaty Organ-nation to settle the Cyprus, risis have failed. iMnMESp iij/;\iiiMt^^5.s? sVHO \= EGE.D ON BY AMBITION AND EGGED OFF BY THE ITEMS SUCH AS STEPPtHG STONED PARKING CURBS,SPLASH BIOCKS.AIR CONDITIONING PADS AND EXPOSED AGGREGATE PANEL9, CONTACT US FOR INFORMATION ON THESE AND OTHER PRODUCTS FAMItYWEm.Y-A0g.25 Stalking Happiness; Is the Pursuit of Happiness a Mindless Footrace? Monlicello Schools To Reinstate Paddle MONTICELLO, Ark. (AP) -The paddle will be back in the \Ionlieello school system this :all in grades one through nine following a year's trial period without it. However, Buddy Carson, r school board members, s a i d Thursday that last school year "probably wasn't any worse or any better discipline--wise." Board members voted Tuesday that corporal punishment was the best method of dealing with disciplinary problems. Carson and " Clay' '. Mitchell, hoard chairman, voted against reinstatement of the paddle. . . The TIMES Is On Top of The News Seven. Days o Week! indeed a part, of life, just as despair, TO sptmsibiltiy, hatred and disappointment are parts of love, jwsf cs surgery and unpleasant med~ icat'wns are parts of getting Kclir This week actress-writer Joanna Barnes writes exclif- sively for FAMILY WEEKLY about the pursuit of happiness. Findotrtwhatshethinks the illusions are about success and money and happiness and what advice she offers that could change your life considerably. · · ' In your copy of the GOSPEL MEETING NORTH STREET CHURCH OF CHRIST AUGUST 25-28 WALTER BUCHANAN OF BENTONVILLE SPEAKING NIGHTLY AT 7:30 Welcome You are invited to worship and study the word of God with us. If You Need Transportation, Call 442-9171 SALE QFJALES BANKAMERICARD ie^^kA w. .,»·'*, "t-asV 1 4~ Now! 3 Convenient Ways To We're introducing Muter Charge and Bank American! to our customers in the Stite of Arkansas for one big reason; Convenience! Yet, now you can say "Charge It" three way». These two popular credit cards plus your Dillard's credit card will give you the trouble free shopping lhat we think you deserve. At All DILLARD'S and DILLARD'S Pfeifer-Blass Stores in Arkansas "- \ "-' . , " \ *U' -fc ' ' j Long or Short 'Black Sheep' Coat Sale ORIG. $124 to $178 £to /OOFF Now 98.99 to 142.99 100% wool and wool blends in assorted colors and styles .Choose untrimmed or fur trims. Hurry in. These prices are good One Day Only! Good selection in sizes 8 to 18. Coats--DILLARD'S Second Floor ^ vM f**J ·WJ Vv%t :v*,s»"« 41 tV£l , Orig. $15 Junior Jeans by a Famous i * ' t · Maker · i\ \F~ «.??,· WA ,,·*? '*?'/ '·'/%. Famous Brand Separates ORIG. $13 to $20 4O OOFF NOW.6.43 to T1.97 Orig. $13 Skirts Orig. $16 Shirts , Orig. $17 Pants Orig. $20 Jackets or Vests 777 6.43 10.17 11,97 100% polyester for comfort and easy care. Lovely color combinations in niby, green, or ' Java. A really' terrific value if you're lucKy'enough to be early. 8 to 18. Moderate-DILLARD'S First Floor Special Purchase! · Cuffs or Cuffless · Assorted Colors · Assorted Fabrics f j Open Monday Through Saturday 10 A.M. Until 9 P.M You will recognize the label of these t famous maker jeans. Juniors will jump for joy at these great savings. Now buy two pair for only a little more than you normally would pay for one pair. · Come try sizes 5 to 13! Junior Sportswear--DILLARD'S Second Floor

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