Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 1, 1973 · Page 25
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ArkonMt TIMiJ, Thur»., March 1,1973 ILt». |»K* Last Day On The Job 'On his las( day before relire- mcnt, veteran TIMPS Lino. type operator Lewis Epley works at the type-selling ma- chine to which he has been assigned lor 20 of his 30 years with the newspaper. A Springdale resident, he com- pleted his final shift and went Into retirement with today's edition. (TIMESphoto by Ken Good) Epley Retires After 30 Years With TIMES After having driven some : 175,000 miles commuting between his home in Springdale and the Northwest Arkansas TIMES building in Fayetteville -- with only one minor accident :-- Lewis Epley will make the final trip home this afternoon following his retirement. Epley, a linotype operator for 'the TIMES for the past 30 'years, was honored with, a fare-well reception this morning at ' . w h i c h time co-workers ·presented him a gold watch. - He started · to work for the .TIMES in 1943 and has been ·a linotype operator since that Itime,, with the exception of a ·time during World War II when !he had to fill in in the slereo- ^typing and press departments, r A native of Greenwood, he ^followed an older brother Into 'the printing business. 1 He started to work for the ·Greenwood Democrat when he Iwa's 15, serving as a printer's 'devil. ' He also worked for ICAO Condemns Israel For Downing Plane UNITED NATIONS N.Y. (AP) -- By a vole of 105-1, the International Civil Aviation Organization has condemned Israel for shooting down a Libyan airliner over the Sinai Deseit ;last week. It was the most decisive roll call against Israel ever recorded by an agency of the United Nations since the Jewish state was born in 1949. Israel cast the lone vote against the resolution, adopted Wednesday by an assembly oi ICAO. Colombia and Malawi abstained from voting on the measure, which also orders an ICAO investigation into the Feb. 21 tragedy that claimed 106 lives. Israel indicated it would cooperate with ICAO and other official investigators, although it opposed the condemn-and-investigate resolution on grounds that it prejudged the issue. apevs in Charleston, Fort mith, Pine Bluff and Van iuren and for three papers in klahoma before joining the pringdale newspaper about 35 ears ago. After working at Springdale r five and a half years he oined the TIMES. For the past 0 years, his major assignment as been setting type for classi- ed advertisements. When he rst "inherited" that job, clas- fied advertisements were set 1 regular body type, but not for ing. For almost 20 -years he as set the ads in six point 'pe. Mrs. Epley, the former ivelyn Wood, worked for the IMES for 16 years as manager f the Springdale bureau usiness office until that office 'as closed last fall, All four of their sons have been associated with the TIMES. Their eldest son, Lewis Jr., now an attorney in Eureka Springs, operated the news side of the Springdale Bureau for a time; sons Alan and James have held various positions with the newspaper and their youngest son, Charles, delivered the paper in Springdale for several years. Epley expresses no definite plans for his retirement but odds are he will spend a great deal of time with his only grandchild -- Heather Epley. who returned to the United States late last year with her parents, Alan and Sherry Dailey Epley. Heather was born England where Lewis and Evelyn visited a couple of years ago. for All Occasions: from around the World (Gifts Shipped For You) Country Hams and Bacon Beef Sausage Pizza Sausage Braunschweiger Cheese . . . 50 Varieties of Imported and Domestic lower Overhead DOES Mean Lower Price*I Locally Ownad and Operated KETTLE SMOKE HOUSE On Hwy 71 Betweeen Springdale and Fayetteville Open Monday thru Saturday -- 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Hobby Lobby Seeking Bill To Protect Antique Buyers WASHINGTON (AP -- Along with worldly woes and money matters, there's talk on Capitol Hill about a White Carnival lass Indian Chief toothpick loldcr und a Ml. Washington ·cachblow vinegar cruet. The hobby lobby is hard at work. This, too, involves the world and money--Imports and rare coins--as well as consumer spending, in such places «s flea markets and antique shops. According to the hobby lobby, he problem is in telling what's .ruly old or really new--and what's just a copy or a fake. In a little batch of bills under study by the House Commerce Committee are a proposed Hob- jy Protection Act and legislation on antique glassware. They're aimed at protecting against purchase of a copy that's either mistaken to be--or raudulently represented as--an original. Rep. Fred B. Rooney, D-Pa., n a statement to a House commerce and finance subcommittee hearing Wednesday, said consumers are being misled by reproductions and are spending millions of dollars on what they believe are originals. Harvey G. Stack, partner in Stack's rare-coin firm in New York City, said he receives dozens of phone calls from people who think they have found rare :oins. which usually are 'copies, fakes or 'genuine reproductions' of ancient or modern coins now..." In some cases, he added, merchants "have quite innocently sold them as genuine to customers... Few of the 'akes are ever marked as copies." E.A. Babka of Dubuque, :owa, publisher of periodicals or the antiques industry, said FASHION SHOP Downtown Prairie Grove FACT: Our Clientele Is Growing !! REASON: Smart Shoppers in Northwest Arkansas KNOW Fashions . . . and DEMAND Value! OUR BIG CITY FASHIONS (We'n be looking for you.) AT SMALL TOWN PRICES! reproductlpns run well below tlie price of original;;. For example, he said, "a 'Ml. Washington PcHchulow' vinegar cruet, pastel-pink sHtln glass with nn amber vino-shaped handle and feet, may cost you around $25 to $37.50. An antique would run about (400 or $500.'' The subcommittee heard other calls for blocking the importation of imitntion hobby items. Virgil Hancock of Bellaire. Tex., * director of the American Numismatic Association and head of the Organization of International Numismatists, said one Chinese In Malaysia "has boasted of shipping Into this county over 40,000 coins In the past three years. I have in? apected some 10 shipments he has made Into the United States and I have yet to find an original, genuine-coin." Mmriy Offlc.r. WASHINGTON (AP) -- The vast majority of returning merlcih prisoners of war are [fleers, not enlisted men, be- HUH. incut 61 them are avis- »n .commissioned for * their ullltary Jobs.' -- John Kraft Diet WASHINGTON (AP) -- John t\ Kraft, 48, president of the opinion survey firm of John F. Kraft, Inc., died Tuesday. His firm, founded in 1959, conducted surveys and analyses for many political figures. The MtHiEltant Hom, Furnishings For Gracious the ground wars of tt» pw*. when the men eiptured by enemies wert more often Ww enllited foot MMkri. Of the 562 American prisoners II.W by the Communtoui in Southeast Asl», «'l bu *'!·!* offlcera, according to wnwgon records. -- All Styles of Draperies -Including Beauti Pleat "Draperies for Less" (12 Yean of Custom SmrViu at our present location) HUGHES DRAPERY and Interior Decorating Wellington Drive (Hwy. 16 West) 4 Mile* West of 71 By-Pas* Phone 442-5520 SERVICE STORES SPRING SALE NO MDNFY nnWN WITHAPPROVEDCREDITONMAJ o R CAR HOME IIU mUllEI UUWWll ITFMS APPIIANHFQ TFlFUlQinw AMncTCDcni GE 14.7 CU. FT. NO-FROST REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER ITEMS, APPLIANCES, TELEVISION AND STEREO! · Freezer holds up to 148 Ibs, · Separate temperature; controls · 4 cabinet shelves · Extra deep door shelf · 2 ice'n easy trays with .automatic icemaker-- add now or later $ 314 · II GE TOP-LOAD PORTABLE DISHWASHER SMI 50 · 2-Ievel Power Flo wash action · Push-button control · Built-in soft food disposer · Handy lifl-lop rack · Automatic detergent cup · Unicouple connector $134.00 GE BIG-SCREEN PORTABLE COLOR TV $ · IB-inch diagonal picture · Reliacolor chnnsis--68% Solid State · Snectrs-Brite T M picture tube · VHP pre-set finn t u n i n g · Precision etched copper cjrcuilry · Built-in antennas · 4" round Dynapnwer speaker · High impact polystyrene cabinet with hanrlsnmn bni^B finish 299.00 3 WAYS TO PAV AT GOODYEAR GE HEAVY DUTY 18 AUTOMATIC WASHER WWA8340 \ · Two wash/spin speed selections* Thres wash cycles...including permanent press · Positive water fill · Unbalanced load control · Hydropower wash action · Turbo-type pump · Poice* lain enamel finish · Filter-Flo continuous circuits tion of water $ 164 · I t EXTRA SPECIAL GENERAL ELECTRIC HIGH SPEED ELECTRIC DRYER $ 21" GE COLOR TV CONSOLE 444 DDE8405 · Automatic selector nntton · Extra large load capacity · Permonont press cycla · Automatic end-of-cycle buzzer wnndt lot one minute before completion of cycli · Heavy Mittlnjj forhard-to-dry loadi you don I mm * monlflly paymtnt ind · · · · - »-*i^i»wr^ P*y H *6ur Jtcounl wllhln 9o divi, you RATP IQ ·f QO/ can dufutl ttit fiMnclie thiritl HAiC Id 15% M _ . T HE ANNUAL PERCENTAGE 104 N. East · FayetteviHe · 4,42-6222 Man. thru Fri. 8:00-5:00--Sat 8:00-4:00

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