Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 28, 1969 · Page 17
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lus Hits Mine. Laborer Killed Israeli Troops Trade Fire Wi Egyptians ·ffEL AVIV CAP) - An bndl| Mwrtr wu killed «nd three yenoM were serlouily wounded todny when « but hit an expletive chute east of the Stt at Galilee, the Israeli army an- jounced. Th* but wat travelling alonj- tide the Yarmuk River, which tenw part of the border between Israel and Jordan, in an area just before the Yarmuk tcillt into the Jordan River. fa Sunday, Israeli troop* traded «--"-- - .v"""! across fire" with Egyptians the Suet Canal and Aluminum Construction No Foundation Needed Delivered Ready To Use OZARK Portable Mdfl*. Co. t7»N. College 521-1200 across the cease-fire line with Arabs in Jordan. The artillery exchanges with the Egyptians ranged from near Port Said, at the northern end of the 103-milt-lonf canal, to the G r e a t Bitter Lake near the south end. Israeli intelligence officers said the Egyptians have been conducting maneuvers and evacuating civilians from Port Said, possibly in preparation for a major assault against Israel. The biggest exchange with Jordan took place three miles north of the Dead Sea and last' ed 2H hours. Jordanian spokesmen said they killed-or wound 20 Israelis and destroyed three wtn no Jorduujnmte*. Tbt IsrMttf oud* no an- nounownmt of tny ciMiittiM. Pnuui* mounted on UM Lab- new fovenoKnt to Itt the country b* uttf «« · baco for ' into Itrael. im marched incut, ihaking demanding that " its ban on Arab from tti teni (uerrillt -Thousand! of through ~ their fist* _. Lebanon retc commando n tory. Ij The Lebanese army relaxed its curfew at Beirut and five other cities if limiting it to the hours of darkness. Political leaders conferred about a new cabinet. A policy on the Arab guerrillas satisfying all ele ments was proving difficult to achieve. Premier Rashid Kara mi resigned last week and re fuses to kead a new coalilioi government unless he can get all factions to agree on the poll cy. Tho TIMES It Tbo ·tit Buy For Your Advertising Dollar TUB, MM, At* M, INf · V SYLVIA VON SEGGERS MARY BARNETT SARA HAGERMAN Predict Delays NEW YORK (AP) -- Summi travelers using New York ai airports are in for "terrible lays," the head of the Port New York Authority says. I Austin J. Tohin said Sunday l,he situation would he similar to last summer, when "there were Jjust more planes trying to get in ind out of those three airports than they could possibly handle." He said the delays--which last year oflcn ran hcynnd two hours --would affect all three airports: Kennedy International. LaGaurdia and Newark. Tohin appeared on the WCBS radio prigram "Let's Find Out." IE GIVE WE GIVE WE GIVE OPEN DAILY TIL 9 P.M. OPEN SUNDAYS TIL 8 P.M. DONNA JORDAN Four Students At UA Seeking Princess Title GoM Prices Rte As Franc Drops On Honey Market LONDON (AP) -- Gold prices rose and the pound and French franc dropped on European markets today, but there was no sign of the major monetary crisis expeeted by some experts in the wake of French President Charles de Gaulle's resignation. Trading was generally light, with most dealers waiting for someone else to make the first move. It appeared that the currency and bullion markets needed more time to digest the political news from France. One exception to the early caution was the Zurich free gold market, the world's largest, w h e r e I he opening price was S-fH.152 an ounce, up from $43.30 at Friday's close. Buying was strong, and one dealer said: "It looks like a hectic day." The London morning gold filing was S-13.55 an ounce, up from $13.Ml Friday, but there was little business. SPR1NGDALE -- Four mnr T l | |,., T .J S] t h e fianque de girls have entered the N ~ r r t h - ; p n i r a . n m a i n t a i n e d the franc at west Arkansas Poultry Princess 14 97 t(1 d ir . dollar. Most investors contest tn be held here .May WOI . P a w a i t i n g f u r l h e r develoi)- 10. They are .Mary Esther B a r - mt ,,us. I r i e t t . Sara HHene I I a m - n v , a n . Monetary uncertainly spread Donna Lanel! Jordan and Kus- f n |] 1(1 other side of the world, tacia Von Severn. ml( | (!Urre ncy dealers in Hong Sweet-milk or Buttermilk T.V. BISCUITS WE GIVE GREEN STAMPS 1. Low Everyday Prices 2. Low Advertised Specials 3. SH Green Stamps Count on us to give you store-wide, year-round Sy-savSg values on the finest quality meats i and produce. PLUS the extra value of SH 8 Oi. 10 Ct. Con WE GIVE Clings versity j u n i o r majoring in ele- n,,.p 0 Ktirope.m currencies-- the mentary education: Miss ,1m dan. ail Alpha Chi Omcea at the University, is a senior Home| Economics major from Fayette | ville and Miss Von Sepcem of; Fort Smith is a m e m h f r 0!°! Alpha Chi Omera and a vonal welfare major at Hie Universily. ; French franc, t h e pound and the I West G e r m a n m n r k . Ramp Fcstivol NEED Let a TIMES Want Ad find II for you-fast Ph. HI 2-6242 WE GIVE Good Value PORK 'n BEANS WE GIVE Luncheon Meat Armours Tree! 12 Oz . Con 15 Oz. Can t Your Wedding TUXEDO Fashion Rents 02 W. Dickson 4K-.WI1 COSBY. Tenn. (AP) -- TimP was when the hill folks of East Tennessee considered the ramp --an odoriferous member of the lily f a m i l y which looks like an onion but smell* worse -- a n excellent remedy for winter slug- PislUH'SS. X n w ; i l , i y s . it's mostly an ci- i-use to eel. UiRetiier for a smelly iKniid l i m e al I h e Hmnp Festival mi K i n e a u v i s t n H i l l , which u w h a t nn estimated IUIOO persons !did Sunday. Amiini! thi'se on hand were Sen. Howard I I . Baker and Rep. j.Tiitnos (Jiiilli-n, both Tennessee I Republicans. Pure Vegetable WESSON OIL to GneeM BTAMKJ^ m^ WE GIVE AT YOUR STERLING STORE THERE IS ONE NEAR YOU Reg. 1.19 Spray Can 9-lives CAT FOOD BAYER ASPIRIN BAN DEODORANT HAIR SPRAY ··*· Beauly K«. i» SUPER SUDS G r PUKX ScOFF °" S.O.S. PADS COMET CLEANSER PAPER NAPKINS BATHROOM TISSUE MOCt. Box 14 Oi. Can Good Value Good Value (A Ct. Pkg. 4 Roll Pkg. 10c KLEENEX FACIAL TISSUE .. 74c ALKASftTZER ·*«· 53 99c BRECK SHAMPOO »* 79c JER6ENS LOTION **** $1 48c NORTHERN TOWELS 2 58c CHICKEN NOODLE SOUP OMnpbdl * 14c Good Value TUNA r - 17c ELLIS VIENNA SAUSAGE V.!: 10c PEANUT BUTTER GoodVa "" 29c Swanson MEAT PIES ... 1 Pint 8 Oz. Bottle WE GIVE ». » o, Heinz Strained Fruits Vcg. BABY FOOD GIVE For The First Time and At a Sensational Price E«* SLICED WE GIVE ! 4'/ 2 Or Jar r^r^VI Armour Star--All Meal SkinUst FRANKS IGA COUPON 50 FREE I Armour Star--All Meat--Sliced BOLOGNA IGA COUPON 50 FREE S H Green Stamps With Th!» Coupon and Purdwi. of O«« 5-LB. CANNED HAM Now through Thuridoy Noon S H Green Stanos With Thl« Coupon and Purtho»« of 1J- GROUND ROUND S1EU Now through Thurtday Noon · 405 North College · Evelyn Hills · Southgatc Shopping Centers These Prices Good Now Through Sat. We Accept USDA Food Coupons We R«crv« the Right to Limit WE ,GIVE WE GIVE WE t«j GIVE WE GIVE WE GIVE WE .Jg, WE GIVE NOW! New 22-in. 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