Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 1, 1973 · Page 26
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 26

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 1, 1973
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Breaking The Barrier Susie Kincade, IS, Is breaking the sex harrier in UCLA intercollegiate athletics as a competitor ill (he three meter diving event. Susie is earning her varsity letlcr with an unbeaten record in her spec- ialty at eight dual meets. Her sweep in both diving events enabled UCLA lo heat arch- rival Southern California for the second time In history. (AP Wlrephoto) It ·! · I I'M Britain Hit By Strikers LONDON (AP) - More (Jian 00,000 hospital workers today olned the British unions' at- ompt to kill Prime Minister "dward Heath's wage controls y a series of strikes and stow- owns. A one-day rail strike ended, ut confusion on the rails con- Inucd. Gas industry workers contln- icd their two-week-old slow- lown, school teachers wore In he last day of a three-day trike, militants at three hig 'ord plants were beginning a me-lo-three-day walkout, and ivil servants were p l a n n i n g more stoppages. At least 750,000 workers were nvolvcd. Some political commentators speculated the strike wave might force Heath to cal a national election. Heath's anti-inflation bill to lold down prices and w;igc won a 79-votc majority on i hird and final reading in the -louse of Commons Wednesday light. H was expected to pass nroe more readings in the House of Lords quickly and I become law around March. 20 T h o popualrity of Heath's policies was also being testef in three .special elections loda Fulbrighl Sells Faulkner County Land To APL CONWAY, Ark. (AP) -- A profit of about 112,000 was ·nude by Son. and Mrs. J. W. rulbrighl on a land transaction Faulkner County, the Conway ,tpg Cabin Democrat reported Wednesday. The tract of about 100 acres three milps west of Mayflower, was .bought by the Fulbrights in Oct. 22, 1971, and was sold Nov. 3, 1372, to Arkansas Power .Light' Co., the newspaper reported. . The paper said that documentary stamps on the warran- .y deeds indicated the Ful- brigtils paid about $18,000 for the land and sold it for about $30,000. APL is building a substation on the land. The newspaper quoted Ful- irighl as saying he did not enow when he bought the land ,hat APL, contemplated put- ;ing a . l i n e through it. He said APL had the power of eminent domain "and could have put their line across the land without my consent." Asked later at Lilllp Rock Rbput the artlple, i Fulbright said the repprt"pf"tne land :rnnsaction Was accurate. He said he bought the land for an nvestment and that APL ap- Broached him and said it in;ended to run a power line across the property. He saic that rather Ulan being facet with going to court to fight an eminent domain proceeding, he sold the whole parcel. Fulbright said the properti ivould have been worth consid erably more than what he sold it for if the transmission line had not entered the picture. The newspaper also said tha James B. McDougal, an a i d e t o F u l b r i g h t , a n d Mrs McDougal bought about 12 acres of land three miles north west of the tract bought by thi Fulbrights. This warranty deet was dated Sept. 21, 1971, Uv newspaper said. The paper sail the McDougals paid $18,000 fo the property, according to thi deed. In January. Fulbright and McDougal bought '151.4 acre of land, plus a portion of the Pathways Acres subdivision north of Interstate 30 in west ern Saline County. McDouga was quoted at the time as say ing the land was a good in vestment and one of the fe\ types that the senator couli make without becoming in volved in a conflict of interest That transaction involved abou $70,000. Fulbright said the pur chase of the land in Saline County was "a natural con sequence" of the sale in Faulk ner County. ilals In England and Scotland to fill cuticles' In Commons, Most of Britain' 2,250 hospl- !» were hit by strikes or slow- is by auxiliary staff works--porters, cleaners, lauri- ywomen and cooks. They ere scheduled to last from ree day» to "indefinitely." owcvcr, the strikers pledged maintain such essential scry,- OB an disunity whrtls, In- nslvp euro units, sterilization nd drug departments. Metallurgist Dies MIAMI (AP) -- Francis B. oley, 86, a leading U.S. mclal- rglst and' Inventor ol the prin pie of precipitation hardening ' steel, died Tuesday. Vice President Will Attend WR Memorial Service LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Thu office of Vice President Splro T. AKnew confirmed Wednesday that Agncw planned to attend memorial services Sunday for former Arkansas Gov. Wlnlhrop Rockefeller, who died a week ago. Gov. Nelson 'A. Rockefeller of New York will deliver the culo- ;y at the service, scheduled for J:30 p.m. at the antique automobile museum on P e t i t Jean Mountain, site of Rock- teller's fnrm residence. ' Rockefeller, CO, died In * Palm Springs, Cullt., hospital of cancer. The body was cremated In San Bernadlno, Calif. An aide to the ex-governor said Wednesday that others scheduled to participate in the service were; Dr. Roy Shilling, president of Hcndrix College, Con way; the Rt. Rev. Msgr. James E.' O'Connell, Llltle Rock; William L. Walker, re- glonat Office of Economic Op- Arkamot T1MH, Ttiur*., March 1, FAV«TT«VILL«, portunlty director, Atlanta, Gu.; Dr. Daniel Grant, president of Ouauhlta Baptist University, Arkadelphla; Rabbi Emeritus Ira E. Saunders; the Very RoV. Charles A. Higglns, Little Rock. ' . ' Members of the Rockefeller family who have Indicated they plan to attend are the other Rockefeller brotners, Laurence, David and John D. Rocketellei III, all of New York, and the former governor's nephew, Jay ' Rockefeller of West Virginia. \ Chairs will be provided outside the museum and a loudspeaker system will be in use if the attendance overflows the museum, a spokesman salt]. The museum will seat about 2,000. ' COUPLE NEEDED The Eureka Springs K.O.A, needs semi-retired couple to assist management during the coming season. Woman would be required to do cleaning, help In store and guest registration. Man to clean and do maintenance, Living quarters available. Phone: (501) 253-9442 or (501) 253-8466 for appointment or see Miss Coteman at K.O.A. Campground, Route 2 (Mundell Road), Eureka Springs, Arkansas. FUN FURS DISCOUNT ON MEN'S AND WOMEN'S COATS-PARKAS JACKETS -- VESTS master charge Sale Ends March 3rd Open Mon.-Sot. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Fun Furs For Every Occasion '~\YRltyOAA, FARM FURS '205 N. Arkansas St. Rogers, AR 72756 A Div. of Pcl-frooi Rabbit Wlocil,. ln. of Squaro Foyctlovillo Open Monday and Thursday - 'til 8:30 p.m. featuring Custom Tailoring by J. Capps Sons in addition to the finest selection of quality men's wearing apparel in Northwest Arkansas. We Welcome the Opportunity to Show You the Latest m Fashions for the New Spring Season, BonkAmericard Convenient Credit Available -- Master Charge GOOD/YEAR SERVICE STORES lin lUinNFY FinWN WITH APPROVED CREDIT ON MAJOR CAR HOME I1U IVIUIIE I UUVWIl ITFMS APPIIAUPEQ TCI EUICIHU AMD CTCDCHI WESTINGHOUSE "FROST-FREE 19 REFRIGERATOR- FREEZER · Big 19.3 en. ft. capacity · 187 Ib. capacity freezer · Separate temperature controlr · Deep door shelves · Large vegetable crisper · 7-day meat keeper · Slim-wall design --only33" wide · Choice of 4 cabinet colors- ITEMS, APPLIANCES, TELEVISION AND STEREO! WESTINGHOUSE "HEAVY DUTY 16" AUTOMATIC WASHER $ 344 Electric LA483P · Timnr controlled normal and gen lie wash/spin speeds · ft water temperature settings · 5-position water saver control · Famous double-action washing RT192M $ 196 00 WESTINGHOUSE TASTEMAKER 30" ELECTRIC RANGE · Automatic timing center · High-speed plug-out surface units · 1001 heat controls · Deluxe styling · Full-width fluorescent platform light · Large look-in oven window · Two nickel-platod oveniacks $ 238 oo WESTINGHOUSE AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC DRYER · 2 cycle and 3 temperatu for any lype fabric load · Cross-Vane tumbling · Balanced air flow drying · Safely start button KF432 $ 158 00 3 WAYS TO PAY AT GOODYEAR OUR OWN F ASV PAY ... ..._... _., it t TVpurchiioil in th« Goocmir Cuitomir Cud it PUfl, If you doi't ml» j monthly payment, *n9 P*r off your account within 30 o«ys, jou CM o*duct th* tinancinc charie. THE ANNUAL PERCENTAGE RATE IS 18% 104 N. East · Fayetteville · 442-6222 Man. thru Fri. 8:00-5:00--Sat. 8:00-4:00

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