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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - April 21, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Soma head from Page 2a furniture Industry. He said the required tag could become a a plus and that the requirement could be a a an Opportunity for better service to the the two big problems Kemp asserted Are the proposed consumer Protection Agency now before the . Senate and the possibility of proposed flammability standards for items such As upholstery. He said the association opposes the consumer Protection Agency which he called Quot a super Agency of federalized Ralph Nader types but that it is not against better information to the Public. Kemp urged voluntary compliance explaining that when people voluntarily do something they will do it better than when they Are compelled. Voluntary acceptance of controls will bring a solution whereas compulsory regulations will bring new ideas of How to get around these he said and urged that a voluntary furniture Industry consumer advisory panel be Given an Opportunity. He predicted that the possibility of imposition of flammability standards an Issue now under consideration by some Federal agencies could cause the Cost of upholstered furniture a to he said the problem is compounded by efforts by California to develop its own standards in this Field for possible implementation in april 1975. Many of the companies Selling at the Southern furniture Market sell in California he said. Explaining that the regulations could involve new construction methods Kemp said throwing too Many regulations adds to inflation and the customers suffer. He said customers will suffer More from additional costs than they will gain from benefits from a few productive regulations. Hall of Fame writer s award Given at Market rape victim s plea for help ignored High Point Enterprise sunday april 21, 1974 a a writers Hall of Fame award was presented saturday by the Southern furniture Market Center to Hazel Kraus director of the Home furnishings division and promotions department of metro associated services. Robert p. Gruenberg Simc general manager presented the award in recognition of conspicuous excellence in reports and appraisals of the furniture Industry and its products. A since joining metro associated services in 1932, Hazel Kraus has contributed mightily to the Home furnishings Industry through her reporting to the con Sumer for metro and through the articles which she has prepared for furniture Trade publications a said Gruenberg. Mrs. Kraus was named an honorary citizen of fur Nitu Reland Usa and was Given a permanent pass to the Southern furniture Market Center. Read the Enterprise classified ads Charlottesville a. Apr a 29-year-old Sheet Metal worker was arrested saturday and charged with raping an 18-year-old girl who along with another woman had unsuccessfully appealed for help before the attack. The younger girl and a 25-year-old woman were driving West on interstate 64 about i . Saturday when a Man in a pickup truck tried to run them off the Highway said. Albemarle county sheriff George w. Bailey. Bailey said the women finally pulled off at an exit and asked two men at a closed snack bar for Aid but that the men refused indicating they did no to want to get involved. The women then drove West on . 250, still followed by the pickup truck Bailey said. They were run off the Road about to Miles West of Charlottesville at Mechum River where the Man forced the 18-year-old woman out of the car grabbed her by the hair and forced her into the pickup truck. The other woman ran to a hotel and called police. Bailey said the younger woman was raped twice. She was later found in neighbouring Augusta county and taken to a Hospital where she was treated and released. Police arrested Marshall Deal of Culpeper about 3 hours later on . 29 North of Charlottesville. He was charged with rape and abduction with intent to defile. He was being held under $10,000 Bond. Pc Joe 0/jl or tax amp to <z01 of Ujj Pajl in cell. us 1 of i of a jul a Jan a amp a 0 ? of o re a 9 a of p. Let a show business is _ business in High Point we Welcome you to Fumi Mureland Usa % High Point Bank and Trust company 312 North main St in 441 South main St. Fairfield Plaza in Westchester at Carey Stem bar t mitral do pot u it Ltd urn pm Pufki a / a / a re Oft a Stofil a v creators of Rea son Alit of us prices Sale Southgate College Village 2112 Westchester or. Lasts open daily 9 00-9.30 till tues sunday 1 00-8 00 How at Eckerdt of Cilvie Ogilvie Home v w permanent conditions your hair before it perms your hair. How with pre Perm conditioner. 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