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August 27, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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By THF. ASSOCIATED PHESS In New York and Cincinnati, costumed women posted a "proclamation" for equal rights on the doors of two poman Catholic cathedrals. Elsewhere, there was scat- lered picketing as women acliv- I s t s . celebrated "Women's Equality Day" on Monday and the 54th anniversary of female suffrage. Fewer than 100 persons paused to watch in New York as nine women, dressed to portray female Catholic saints, staged their protest on the steps of St. Patrick's Cathedral. Their proclamation, like the ic in Cincinnati, demanded Catholic church support of the Squal "nights Amendment ·Vomen. The Cincinnati rally had the support of Mayor Theodore M. Berry, but it fueled' sharp exchanges among bystanders outside Roman Catholic St. Peter In Chains Cathedral. "These women ought to be put off the church grounds," said Jeanette Clooney, a housewife. "Our Blessed Virgin wasn't out fighting for equal -ighte"'"' ·"" ";;·;·";:,,,·.·;.- .About, a dozen "women, pick- eted''the Manpower Administration office of the Labor Department in Pittsburgh, protesting the federal agency's hiring practices. you read the manpower Observed r * · 1« L - , , ^ raining booklet put out by the fully accepted and cultural atti- Northw«t Arkansas TIMES, Tues., Aug. 27, 1974 · FAYCTTEVILLE, ARKANSAS Labor Department, it's very pb- i vious that they're recruiting men," said Betsy Parziule, vice president of the National Organization for Women. The NOW chapter in Washington held a series of "zap" demonstrations against employers accused of sex discrimination. In Los Angeles, about 250 em- ployes : of The Aerospace Corp., most'of Iheni Women, attended a'speech" fay Col:" Bjllie M. Bobbitt, director of women in the Air Force. She said upward mobility tor women "is a matter of law" in the military, but she added: tudcs of both men and women vilhin and outside the military are involved." The Equal Rights Amendment has been approved by 33 f the 38 states needed for ratification. "Military women are still not of Fayellevillo. Gray Assigned Specialist fourth class Gean W. Gray has been-assigned to the Chaplain's Corps at Walter Heed Hospital in Washington D.C., after completing a four- week course in Fort Hamilton Brooklyn, I'^Y. Gean is the soi of Mr. and Mrs. J. Walter Gray Suggestions Sought On Child-Safe Matches WASHINGTON (AP) -- A 'ederal agency is seeking pub. lie and industry sugcstions on now to develop book matches that cannot be lit easily by young children. The U.S. Consumer Produc Safety Commission invited the comments Monday for use in writing the first federal match safety standard. The commission eslimalei that 8,80(1 persons were treatec in hospital emergency room during the fiscal year ending last July 1 for burns and eyi injuries caused by matches The National Commission ; Prevention and Control nas estimated that children ilaying with matches in 1971 ict 40,840 residential fires cost- ng 462 lives and $61.2 million n property damage. RUPTURE-EASER A rfoB T TM» N» l«n--Tflit pult-ttnpi" 'PatenlrtCT a«95% _ *K f rfl * ·*[«« biije.H Ha fMtf K«qvlrt4 HOW ImpfflYedl Strmt, fcmvfiWm, wastabta support (of i yi^lble Ingui.al henus. Comfort backfjsp. Si^pslnlfor" Soft, flat proin pad. Ka Heel « leather bints. Unexcelref (of cnnfott fot men, wwnen, chi liren. No Thieves Involved It may appear that enterprising bandifs are removing the vault from Fayettcvillc's First National Bank, but In reality construction workers are lifting an air conditioning unit from atop the building Monday. (TlMESphoto by Ken Good) Ford Continues To Work On iiiiiunuii juimmi vtuinvivriiub WASHINGTON (AP) -- Pres- Harold E. Hughes, D-Iowa, the ident Ford is continuing meetings with advisers to plan next month's summit conference on the inflation problem. . Ford 'also planned to join a morning prayer gathering today in the Executive Mess at the White House. Thirty-four White House and administration officials signed up for the session to hear Sen. Companies Face Record Keeping Of Complaints WASHINGTON AP) -- A new government policy may make it easier for an injured consumer to sue and recover damages from the manufacturer of a faulty product. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, which has power over virtually everything in your house, soon will propose a requirement that companies save customer safety complaints 'for at least five years. This includes, the commission says in a hot-yet-publishec document, "any oral or written communication, regardless of the truth of the allegations ... concerning a death, illness or injury or potential death, illness or injury related to a consumer product." The record-keeping requirement would be imposed on an estimated 200,000 manufacturers, as well as importers, private labelers and distributors. Under the soon-to-be proposed rule, companies would have to make available for inspection by a commission investigator all complaints, responses, technical studies and tests, and a boxscore of lawsuits related to the problem. Violators could be subjected to civil and criminal penalties. The law creating the commission, winch began operations in May 1973, gave it regulatory authority over everything found around the house or school except motor vehicles, boats, tobacco, inseclicides, food, drugs and cosmetics. Cosmonauts Head For Space Lab MOSCOW (AP) -- Two more Soviet cosmonauts were orbiting the earth today, apparently in preparation for boarding the Salyut 3 space laboratory sent up two months ago. Tass, the Soviet news agency, announced that Lt. Col. Gennady Sarafanov, 32, and his flight engineer, Col. Lev Demin, a 48-year-old grandfather, were launched in Soyuz 15 Monday afternoon. Tass said the mission was proceeding as planned. There was no indication when the Soyuz ship would link up with Sal- yut 3. But it was expected soor since the first announcemeni said the Soyuz was launched into the same orbit as the space lab. It was the second manned Soviet space flight in less than two months, and Tass said the mission was "to continue scientific research and experiments and space started on July 3 during the flight of the trans port .ship Soyuz 14 and the sta tion Salyut 3." guest speaker. Hughes is retir- ng from his Senate post to devote his time to religious work. Those attending today include cabinet members, two White House physicians and the President's press secretary, Jerald F. terHorst. After early morning staff meetings and a visit from a diplomat delivering a message 'rom Romanian Communist eader Nicolae Ceausescu, Ford turns his attention again to advance planning for the economic summit meeting now set for Sept. 27-28 in Washington. Ford said on Monday he wants the conference of the best brains in the country from all segments of the economy to consider "new and realistic" anti-inflation measures. The President wants "-to find "the best way to ·go," said the executive director of the conference, William L. Seidman, a Grand Rapids, Mich., 'accountant and friend .of the President. Some 600 to 700 delegates are expected to be invited to participate. Ford will be chairman of the two-day summit meeting and will devote as much time to the sessions as he can, terHorst said. . In advance of the main conference, tho White House also announced a series of nine mini-summits to be held Sept. 5-20 with experts from a variety of fields, ranging from agriculture to health and banking. Some of the sessions will be leld outside of Washington. Aides said the idea is to give the President new ideas on what should be done to improve the economy. They warned that it is "unrealistic to think the President is going to achieve miracles." But Seidman said the President "will move with all due speed" to implement worthwhile ideas stemming from the Lhink-fank sessions. "Believe me the last thing he wants is cosmetic treatment of this matter," Seidman said. Ford also is moving quickly to get under way a new Wage and Price Stabilization Council that will monitor labor and management to focus attention on excessivS wage and price. Increases. TerHorst said Ford will name a director and members of the council in a day or two. It could come in Ford's news conference, a lull-scale televised session scheduled for Wednesday afternoon. Ford also conferred with Defense Secretary James R. Schlesinger about reports that a close watch was kept 'during the last days of Richard M. Nixon's presidency to make sure that no orders were given to military units outside the normal chain of command. "I have been assured that no measures of this nature were actually undertaken," Ford said in a statement. Record Earnings DEWITT, Ark. (AP) -- Pioneer Food Industries, Inc., had record sales and earnings for the year ended June 30, according to figures released] by the firm. Sales for the year totaled 486,036,085 compared with sales of $56,157,744 in 1973. Net income for fiscal 1974 was $2,406,733 compared with $1,944,098 the previous year. The earnings amounted to $1.88 per share this year compared to $1.52 per share in fiscal ID73. WHITE It's Your Time Now To Save On Fine Quality Merchandise To Brighten Your Home. Sale Starts Wednesday-Open 9:30 to 5:30 TOWEL VALUES FIELDCREST and SPRINGS MLILS TOWELS Save On The Entire Stock 20% A Rainbow of Fashion Colors in solids- florals and Tone-on-Tone Prints. All with a soft velvet touch. "LUSTRE" Solid Sheared Terry Bath Towel, Reg, $5.50. . $4.40 Hand Towel, Reg. $3.50, $2.80 Wash Cloth, Reg. $1.30, $1.04 Great Savings For You! Open Mon. and Thurs. Nites 'til 8:30 You can charge on your Campbell-Bell charge account, or your Master Charge or BankAmericard. A TRU'LY RESTFUL N I G H T ; : SAVE! White you sleep -- pillows, mattress pads, and sheets Entire stock from "Perl" bedpillows galore Fiberfill II Standard size. Reg. $5.98 . . Queen size. Reg. $7.98 . . . . King size. Reg. $9.98 60/40 Down/Duck Now /10.00 Now 2/13.50 Now 2/16.50 SAVE! SAVE! SAVE RAINBOW OF SHOWERS From K-C, shower curtains in a rainbow of solid colors, prinls, vinyls and luxurious taffetas and flocked voiles. Now $3.38 to $11.03 Standard size.. Reg. $13.95 Now 2/23.50 Queen size. Reeg. $15.98 Now 2/27.00 King size. Reg. $17.98 . . . - Now 2/30.50 « SAVE! ACME MATTRESS PADS Full. Reg] $9.98 "...... . Now $8.48 Twin. Reg. $7.98 -. Now 6.78 Queen. Reg. $12.98 Now $11.03 King. Reg. $16.98 Now $14.43 · SAVE! SHEET SALE Fieldcrest, Spring Mills Std. Pillow Cases. Reg. 3.50 to 4.50. Now 2.98 to 3.87 King Pillow Cases. Reg. 4.50 to 5.50. Now 3.87 to 4.67 Double Sheets. Reg. $5.98 to $7.50. Now 5.08 to 6.37 Twin Sheets. Reg. $4.98 to $6.50. Now 4.23 to 5.52 Queen Sheets. Reg. $7.50 to $1 1.50. Now 6.37 to 9.77 King Sheets. Reg. $10,50 to $14.50. Now 8.92 to 12.32 SAVE ON ENTIRE STOCK A Perfect Cover-Up SAVE! 15% ROYAL VELVET Liven up your bath with these beautiful accessories. A rainbow of colors to choose from to add your own persor.al touch to your bath. Standard lid cover. Reg. $3.98 ....,.,.,... Now King id cover. Reg. $4.50 $3.38 -Now $3.82 $8.48 27" Contour Rug. Reg. $9.98 ..." Now 27" Round Rug. Reg. $9.98 . .Now $8."48 20"x34" Oblong Rug. Reeg. $8.98 .......Now $7.63 24"x36' Oblong Rug. Reg. $9.98 . . ,,.-.,... .Now $8.48 27'x48' Oblong Rug. Reg. $14.98 . ., ..Now $12.73 Tank Set. Reg. $9.98 . .Now $8.48 Choose from our entire stock of Bedspreads from "Bates," "Kenneth Home Fashions," "Homemaker" and others. ALL ON SALE! Twin. Reg. $10.98 to $45.98 . Full. Reg. $15.98 to $61.50 . . Queen. Reg. $20.98 to $53.98 King. Reg. $22.98 to $79.98. . Now $7.33 to $39.08 Now $13.58 to $52,28 Now $17.83 lo $45.88 Now $19.53 to $67.96

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