Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 19, 1973 · Page 18
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 18

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, February 19, 1973
Page 18
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!· *i Northwest Arkansas TtMtS, Men., tob. If, 197* FAVCTTEVILLE, ARKANSAS Slloam Man Dies Helping Fight Fire Near Home SI1.0AM SPRINGS -- A 78- year-old Si loam Springs m a n collapsed and died of an apparent heart attack Saturday after helping fight a (ire near his home. Dead is Lester M. Ledford. He was born June 24. 1894 in Murphy, N.C. and was a farmer, a veteran of World War I and 8 Baptist. Survivors are the widow. Mrs. Elsie Ledford of the home; three daughters, Mrs. Nadine Caughman and Mrs. Arzella Fletcher of Siloam Springs and Mrs. Reba Johnson of Pueblo, Colo.; three brothers. Jess of Fayeltevillc, Homer of Springdale and Dillard or Bentunville: two sisters, Mrs. Effie Wood of Eugene, Ore. and Mrs. Dolly Counts of Yorba Linda. Calif.; 10 grandchildren and nine Two Men Escape Wreck Injuries Two out-of-town men escaped injury about 8:15 Sunday when their pickup truck spun out of control on the Hwy. 71 bypass overpass at Hwy. 62 west. Police said the truck, driven by Eugene Hammock. 57, of Hot Springs, hit a slick spot on the overpass, went out of control, spun around and skidded 220 yards before overturning. Neither Hammock nor his passenger, Glenn R. Harrison, 37, of Grants Pass, Ore. were injured. Both were arrested Hammock for driving while intoxicated and Harrison for being drunk in public. great-grandchildren. Funeral service will be a 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at Mosely Baptist Church with burial in J o h n s o n Cemetery under direction of Pyeatte Funera Service, DEADLINE REMINDER T h e Washington County ^eague ot Women Voters today ssued a reminder to citizens hat Tuesday is the deadline for registering to vote in the March school board elections. Citizens who voted in the November general election do not have to register unless their name or address has changed. The Leauge ot Women Voters sponsoring a candidates meeting March 8 at the Roberta Fulbright Public Library. All candidates running for the Fayetteville School Board are i n v i t e d and will answer questions. A spokesman for the league said the public is invited to the meeting. Prize Bull To Be Shown Here A 2,700-pound prize Simmenlai bull, Lacombe Ajax, Is on a national tour and will be d i s p l a y e d locally at the Washington C o u t y Fair (rounds on March 6 from 10 The TIMES It The Best Buy For Your Advertising Dollanl a.m. to 2 p.m. Representing a new breed from Europe, the bull was bred on a Canadian government experiment station in Manitoba and later sold at the highest price ever paid at auction for a Simmental in North America. The bull will also be displayed on March 4 and 5 at the Carroll County Sale Barn in Green Forest. ·r- m yow »jp»r«l»ur«..- , PROFITS-A-PLENTY ^.theMilesway =«n p»v vourselt*12 pec hour. Bu Ma (files .MI in?s«e houir.ds.No need to save instead. No need lo p.y in labor materials and time. Payments a« Fess delivery. Write now! · tr YOUKSEU wmas I .jprecut- 100 No. ,, local wpiMent«M«l«»o«'i FAV BBNTf MH.GS MWIE Back From Jungles Writer-photographer Wyn Sargent holds onto the arm ot her son, Jym, a f t e r her arrival at Los Angeles International Airport Sunday. She wu expelled from Indonesia after she said she married a trlhal chief in the jungles n( West Irian. The 4Z-year-oId divorcee from Hunlingtun Beach, Calif., was studying Homecoming Scene For POWs Called Joyous Across U.S. riy THE ASSOCIATED PRESS I A fiancee who had waited for years kissed the happy ser- fieant, then tenderly placed a rosary around his neck ... an A'ir Force officer found himself running out of superlatives ... an excited mother got a request from her son for hamburgers. · It was all part of the week- e)id's joyous homecoming scene for freed American prisoners of war who were back with their loved ones or at least starting the long journey home. ; Helen Lpmbay was on the landing strip at Bush Field in Augusta. Ga,, to greet Army S. Sgt, Felix Neco Quinones, 26, with a kiss and the rosary. They have w a i t e d nearly five years to be married. Quinones, of Rio Piedras. Puerto Rico, had been held prisoner by the Viet Cong since July 1968. Air Force Capt. Edward Brudno, 32, a native of Quincy, Mass., had been a prisoner since he was shot down in 1965. "I find myself using a lul of superlatives lately--like 'unbelievable,' 'exciting.' 'unreal. 1 These words all describe the excitement of being reborn," he said on arrival at Westover Air Force Base in Chicopee. Mass.. for a reunion with his family. Martha Davies of Reading, ·Pa., received her son's homecoming call from the Philippines and asked him what lie wanted to eat when he returned to the United States. "He said: 'Hamburgers are just fine with me.'" she reported. The mother said that, for the first time since Air Force Capt. John C. Davies was shot down In February 1967, she was able to take out the f a m i l y photo album and look at pictures of her son. Willis Shaw Drivers Vole Against Union ELM SPRINGS -- Results of a National Labor Relations Board election among drivers and ' shop employes of Willis Shaw Froy.en Express were announced late last week. Balloting showed the vote among drivers was 331 against representation by the Teamsters Union, Local 82.1 of Joplin. Mo., with .'15 for the union. An additional 173 biillots were challenged by the union and the company, but the number could not affect the outcome. Among shop employes 17 voted against the union with 11 in F a v o r. However, 4} ballots were challenged and not counted. Until the NLRB resolves the merits of the challenges the f i n a l count in that unit is uncertain, according to Bob Shaw, president. the primitive tribes and decided marriage was a gnnd way to get the material she needed for her study. (AP Wirephoto) Adventuress Is Back In U.S. LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Adventuress Wyn Sargent, the divorcee who married an Indonesian cannibal chieftain and then was expelled from the country, was back in the United States today--but with little to say. Dressed in a green blouse and green slacks, the tall and slim free-lance' writer-photographer refused to talk to newsmen after she got off a flight arriving from Hong Kong Sunday night, Miss Sargent, 42, had said she married the jungle .chief Obaharok in Indonesia to try to exert influence to end local warfare and "bring three savage, warring tribes to live together in peace and harmony." She said she went there to observe and photograph the people. The Indonesian government threw her out after the marriage, saying she was hampering its efforts to civilize the remote area. A spokesman said she had also overstayed her visa. Twice married previously to Americans; Miss Sargent was the chief's No. 7 wife. Miss Sargent greeted by her 17-year-old son and several unidentified friends at the airport, hud said she lost 18 pounds aTter contracting malaria. She was in the remote West Irian Baliem Valley, where officials said cannibalism is still practiced, for 4'A months. DO-IT-YOURSELF SPECIALS LBi Save on WATER HEATERS 30 Gallon SAVE Natural Gas $17.05 40 Gallon SAVE Natural Gas $19.86 $ 54 $ 61 27 Stainless Steel Double Compartment KITCHEN SINK Self-Rimming -- Size 22x33 SAVE $9fl66 $3.84 * U FULL STOCK OF A.B.S. PLASTIC PIPE AND FITTINGS City and State Approved Full Stock of A.B.S. Plastic Pipe and Fitting! -- City and State Approved. Why worry about an unsafe plumbing system; ask one of the Johnson Brothers to design your plumbing system to meet city and state health standards. We have a booklet, "Step by Step Guide for Installing and Repairing Home Plumbing. Reg. Price $1.00. This Sale 77c. Free with $10.00 Purchase. Wa have the best stocked plumbing center in Northwest Arkansas. Come in and see us. Prices Good Thru Saturday Noon, Feb. 24th Johnson's Plumbing Phone: 442-5051 Block West of Razorback Road on Hwy 62 West DISCOUNT with a DIFFERENCE Finding too much week left «t the end" of jronc food money? J^***'* no need to c« back on quilky in order to get bj. Shop «c Sefewsjr; enjoy Disco** with · Dijf/trtuett Take home the same fine p***J « meats, fruits, and vegetables thachas made Safeway famous. Get A* best, too, in dairy and b«kery foods, canoed »d frozen foods. K* yo«c shopping cart with foods you'M be proud to »en*. Do k wl **** emptying j-ouc p»cse. G«t the best where fO» b-f foe las , . . SAftWO. Crag Delicious Corbootrted Soft Drinks. Plus Dep. Finest Meats of'Discount Prices Everyday! Hams 7-8 Lb. Rcmge, Water. Added. Everyday Price! Fully Cooked, Tender and Meaty Shank Portions SAVE EVERY DAY AT SAFEWAY Shortening Tomato Soap Toilet Tissue Plain Flour VvKay, Our law Mai 5S4S" Whole Fryers USDA Grade 'A' fryers Beef Patties Breaded EW Pat1i« Breakfast Drink Hamburger Helpers Early June Peas ££ Disposable Diapers Ready (teedl For %. N~4»ni Ft*. Pork Patties £s£r! U ·. Mexican Style, t»*l Dili I IIV and Maa totrtoi. ... Cooked Perch ^; *£99' * 89' THESE LOW PRICES EVERY DAY Packed . 79 Orange Juice 5 £·*! Fish Sticks S^'eStL, Sliced Bacon Ground Beef "T or?^-1,^1*. 79 y Sryt» AA C Bacon Ik. 07 FEATURED THIS WEEK - Vol. 4 of Funk and Wagnalfs Young Student's Encyclopedia. Volume No. 1 25c · Vols. 2-20 $1.69 START YOUR SET TODAY! *L69 French Fries ^ ^10' Tomato Sauce ^ ^ 10' Detergent Margarine 1 Cake Mixes Vacuum Coffee Q^ n. Soda Crackers Meiro**, Crisp and Fre$W low, low Price.' Why Pay More? 14k ' M £29' ··X 24 Club Crackers £±T Krispy Crackers £50' .'£ 40 X Quick Oats S±,^, ^'^32' Detergent E5BE... 49' K«k«fy Tr**H it Discwirt Prkvtl Skylark Buns !£££ 4 £ s l White Bread^ 4 Premium Bread Wheat Bread 3W 3 Dooettes ···· . Everyday Low Discount Prices! CUA-«AMIMM Che ' w °y BrmKi ' O ^'ftftC jnOflCllllig The liflht One J T«OO Chunk Pineapple * " · Chiffon Liquid Crushed Pineapple ":.~ "'-34' Armour Beef Stew''** Sliced Pineapple Ham u " . QwoRty, Quick Oats Tfcwe Mm.t» Branct 14k, J-Ol- SM How Yov Sav«! - *· 25' 39- Fresh Fruit * 5-lb. Joky Pink Gropefwt * 5-Lb. Bag Oranges * 3-Ux Bag Juicy, R«d Defccio** Apples SUPER SAVERS! Your Choke Foncy Bmoniis Crisp Celery All Priw Effective February 19-21, 1973 at Your PayerfevitU Safeway Discount Stor» only. Quantity Right* Reserved. SAVE MONEY EVERY DAY AT SAFEWAY DISCOUNT

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