Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 26, 1973 · Page 5
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, February 26, 1973
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Reporter Ousted SAIGON (AP) -- Correspondent Ronald Nessen of the National Broadcasting Co. was informed today that his visa will not be renewed and that lie will be denied any future entry visa to South Vietnam. Pliam Duong Hien. director of the Public Affairs Center and chief government spokesman told NBC in a letter that Nessen had "distorted" the remarks of a military spokesman and had falsely attributed them to him. South Vietnam has expelled and barred foreign newsmen in the past, but Nessen is the first since a tougher new press policy went into effect last month. N«rthwMl Arkonw, TIMK, Won., Ml. 24, 1979 ft PAVITTiyiLLI, ARKANSA* POW's Father Dies KOSCIUSKI, Miss. (AP) -James C. Bailey, 75. father of a recently freed POW, died Sunday. His son. Navy Lt. James W. "Bill" Bailey, visited him for the first time in five years Tuesday. In Cambodian Army Lon Nol Said Unconcerned Over Corruption PHONM PENH: Cambodia ;AP) -- Opposition leader In Tarn reports that President Lon Nol laughed off American concern w i t h corruption in the jambodian army and abuse of aid funds, saying U.S. officials even encourage it. The issue was raised in December by Information Minister Kheam Relh. who told news conference the army had been paying senior officers as much as $2 million a month for 100,000 soldiers who e x i s t e d only on paper. U.S. congressmen have been demanding an investigation. In Tarn. 50, resigned Saturday as Lon Nol's special coun selor for national reunification after 16 days on the job. saying he had not been given enough authority.. He said in an interview that he approached the president ind demanded he dp something about corruption within the civilian administration and mili- ,ary establishment. Lon Nol laughed and said there was nothing to worry about, In Tarn continued. "He told me the Americans weren't going to do anything about it. He said even the U.S. senators who visited Cambodia recently said the corruption was no more unusual than anywhere else and that they said the Americans were even encouraging it." The four senators came f eb. 16 as an investigative panel of the Senate Appropriations Com- mitlDe. They stayed less than 24 hours and met only with government, and U.S. Embassy officials. Before leaving, the leader of the team. Sen. Daniel K. Inouye, D-Hawaii, told reporters: "We Americans have a tendency to look too much for corrup tion in foreign countries when we should look into our own backyard. Much of it they prob ably learned from us." Diver Dies CHEHALIS, Wash. (AP) -Retired Cmdr. Roman J. Mil ler. 89. the Navy's first deep sea diver and a pioneer in lighter-than-air craft, died Sun day. School Bond Issues On March 13 Billot UTTLE ROCK AP) -- Vot- rs in 53 of the state's 3SS school districts will be asked t» approve bond issues totaling !31.9 million in the March U school elections. More than half of the total-(17.3 million--is sought by six of the school districts. Pulaski County Is seeking $5 million, Pine Bluff $4.6 million, Forl Smith $2.3 million, Little Rock and Benlonville $2 million and Rogers $1.5 million. "Gcr with the Girls vho moke it FABRIC CITY CANNED FOOD STOCK-UP! FCA Fund Raising Howard Phelps attaches one of the license plates being sold hy the Fayetteville High School Chapter of Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) to raise $2,009 to send 20 : members to the national conference this spring at t h e U.S. Air Force Academy at Colorado Springs, Colo. Ob- serving from left are Brian I.achowsky, Allyn Donaubauer, Tracy Bramlett a n d sponsor Robert Lewis. A fund raising basketball game, with the University of Arkansas f o o t b a l l players, pitted a g a i.n s t members of the Downtown Rotary Club, Kiwanis Clun, Jaycees a n d coaches and faculty ol I h e high school in successive quarters, will be held Thursday at 7 p.m. at t h e high school gymnasium. Tickets are available at the door. License plates may he obtained by calling Donaubauer FCA p r e s i d e n t , a t 443-3481. (TIMESphoto by Ken Good) Film Innovator Dies NEW YORK (AP) -- Walter Reade Jr., 56,. exhibitor and innovator in the motion-picture industry, died Friday in St. Moritz, Switzerland, in a skiing accident. He was president of Walter Reade Organization, Inc., which produces and dis- ., tributes films movie theaters. and operates Actress Dies ATLANTA, Ga. (AP) -- Gladys Hanson Cook, 89, film and stage actress, died Friday. You could buy a raincoat, a travel coat, a town coat. Or this. Featuring Dei Monte and Town House Favorites! It's a grand time to buy a big supply and stock ap on ; favorite canned foods at helpful savings. These arc the brand* know and tust -- the high quality foods you can depend *pon for delicious eating. Remarkable money-saving buys in oth«r departments, too! Don't miss this bargain-filled event . . . harry to your nearest Safeway today! CookedH Meaty and Tender Shank Portions Fully Co-' -d Water Added 6 tc Wt. Rang* 59 THESE LOW PRICES EVERY DAY Fruit Cocktail I Sweet Peas EVERYDAY DISCOUNT Finest Quality mealt,..At Low . Discount Prices. ..Everyekty! '*' ':'1;.27 Tomato Juice M35...*.. I4 ti37 c '·£22' ·*- M . Green Beans Town House, Whole Kernel Golden Sweet Tomato Sauce Tomato Paste Pineapple Juice Pear Halves Fancy Spinach We}'.. T» t-Oi. Del Monte n.l8 c :. M t40 t 15-Ol. (Town House 19c) .. Tinj Corn Always a Favorite (Del Monte Corn 27c) Mb. 1-Oz. Tin 22 Ground Beef " Sliced Bologna Cooked Perch Channel Catfish Fish Sticks Finger Parties Pork Patties ££,. ~ fc.79 1 ~ ^.T* .- *.7t: »'1.09 tW J^4fe ».TT "£9* Mexican Styh B*»f ond B«fl Burritoi Sliced Bacon STST.. Sterling 6? Single breasted polyester coat with pull-through belt. Navy, red orbeige, sizes 8-1% $OQ EVERYDAY LOW ppirp Beans ReaHy Good Eotmg! (Town House Beans . 1 9c) 1-U. Tm ^ow DISCOUNT PRICES ALWAYS Del Monte Blue Lake Cu-t Green 25 Del. M. Drink Lalani Drink S3M*£: r U - ^ ^ D « i M . e.s. I.H..UI., Gold. Corn o. H* 2)...... ,· T m, Grn. Beans /* ·% Green Beans Skylark Buns Dd Monle A FrenA Sliced . J Tins Chunk Bologna 2± VERYDAY LOW PRICE Catsup Town House French Sliced l-Lb.«« t TinZH Hoi Dog or * 'Cl -$| Hamburger^ P1(9S. I I* n J Skylark Fresh l - U - O C c Rye Bread s up «so«r! io«(zi Prem. Bread 5± a r.. 1 *: l Si36 t Pecan Twirls" ' Ol " f White Bread I TOMATO I CATSUP Del Monte Quality Tomato Catsup. Tops Everything! (Town House Catsup ... 23c) » USE YOUR JCPENNEY CHARGE CARD. JCPenney We know what you're looking for. SHOP 9*30 MONDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY Safeway MONEY-SAVING Produce! Everyday Low Discount Prices! Bananas Ripe Fresh Mellow Sweet a«d Ready k Eat. B*y Several Pounds crt this Low Prke! Lb. 10 Birds Eye Frozen tO-Ol. Danish Style Vegetables ............ fk%. APPLES^ ^, ORANGES 4 Ji Corned Beef Hash Beans N' Spaetzle Vegetables Japanese Vegetables Birds Eye Vegetables Zesta Crackers S^Vte. Room Fresheners Airwkk Solid. Assorted Colors S-Oi, Even Comes in Floral or Lemon! Pfcf. Armour ISW-Oi. C*JC Canned Tin 52' ."p5:5T BiroS Eye Super Saver .. Parisian Style, Super Saver .. lO-Ol. . PVj. 1-lfc. SU 66 Red or Golden Delicious Apples Why Pay More?. California juicy Valencia BtG 8UY? All Prices Effective Feb. 26-28, 1973 at Your Fay«tt«v1ll« Safeway Discount. Quantity Rights Reserveed.

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