Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 21, 1974 · Page 7
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June 21, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

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Russian Made Tractors Are For Sale In Heart Of Dixie POPLARVILLE, Miss. (AP) -- Tractors made in Russia are up for sale in places where most farmers equate communism with the Devil. But the hangups have been fewer than expected. . 'I" 1 ""*" "*« might be a ? ack i a ^' "US" 1ar - we hav «'t heard the first whisper," said T.J. McBride, * tractor dealer from Bessemer, Ala. McBride's showroom in Besi e m e r , near Birmingham recently added Belarus tractors, made in Minsk and shipped from Leningrad to New Or- Loyalty Oath Is Proposed For Instructors LITTLE ROCK (AP) _ Dr Charles E. Bishop, the newly appointed president of the University of Arkansas, refus-d Thursday night to comment on a proposed loyalty oath which legislators have sent lo committee. Bishop, however, who is the current chancellor of the College Park campus of the University of Maryjand. said most states do not use loyalty oaths. State Rep. Bobby Glover of Carlisle proposed the o a t h which is for instructors in state colleges and universities T h e measure is expected to set off a furor among educators. Approval of the proposal by the General Assembly however, does not appear likely. m »'f h o p ?J id te wouldn't comment on the oath until he had voTved ° r kneW w h a t was in " The oath was offered after nS Lcf ?.' s .' a , tlvc , Council quizzed UA officials for a I) o u t two hours on the Grant CooS.? .Cooper, who joined a Commu- "1 s , 1 °H gamZati(Xn last s sparked controversy by leans, La. The first load hit port last month. McBride was here to attend an all-day demonstration of the tractors from the Soviet Union. It was held, of all places, on a farm once owned by the late Sen. Theodore Bilbo--a fiery racist who never had much use For Communists, either. "It probably gave him a spin," said Mel Bailey of New Orleans, national sates manager for Satra Belarus Inc., importer of the tractors. The American sales program is still in the stage of attracting dealers, but at least one farmer already has purchased a Soviet- made tractor. Bailey has signed on dealerships at Bessemer; Picayune. Miss.; Bowling Green, Ky., and Poplarville, Miss. N i n e fire-red tractors, trucked in by Bailey and hitched to discs and harrows and cultivators and mowers, were put through their dusty paces during the demonstration. The day was bright and hot. A few farmers came, watched, inspected parked tractors and stood in the shade of cluster of oaks for a soft drink and a soft sell before moving on. "They're built rugged," said Clay Allen, who has a 320-acre farm near here. "An American tractor like this one would cost you about $7,000; their price is $5.600. "And when you buy an American tractor, you go on a six- month waiting list. I bought one last year." Argie Stewart, a tractor dealer at Poplarville, said that when a farmer saw his new Belarus models and vowed to Never Buy Red, his counter-argument was simple. "I just asked how much German or Japanese stuff he owned," said Stewart. "Then after a while he remembered that we fought Germany and Japan in World War II, but the Russians were our allies." Stewart added Russian tractors to his line because he can't operate without tractors to sell. He also offers Japanese and British makes. American manufacturers, due to various shortages and demands, have been unable to meet dealer requirements, he said. Newspaper Purchase Katherine Graham, chairwoman of the Washington Post Co., announced in Trenfun Thursday ilte Washington Cost Co. has agreed to purchase the Trenton Evening and Sunday Times for $16 million In cash and promissory notes. (AP Wirephoto) Arkansas Man Elected Jaycee National Head SAN DIEGO. Calif. (AP) -David L. Hale, 33. a Litlle Rock, Ark., attorney, was elected national president of the U.S. Jaycees (Junior Chamber of Commerce) here Thursday night. Hale, who will serve for one year, will take office July 1 and will move to the Jaycess' national headquarters at Tulsa Okla. The post is a salaried po si Hon. Howevur, a spokesman for the U.S. Jaycees Thursday night said hn did not know th exact amount of the president's salary. Hale, a native of Bellville Ark., is H member of the Hale Hale iind Finchcr law Itrm North Little Rock. He is a former Arkansas Jay cncs president and has servet as national vice president ant national director. In 1973 he re ceivcd Hie Clayton Frost Me morial Award , which is pre sented annually to the five out standing state presidents in the nation. Hale is a graduate of the Uni versity of Arkansas ''U We're Offering Famous Brand 1974 Shirts at 1972 Prices Orig. $8 And More National brand, short sleeve shirts in premium fabric. Shirts are expertly tailored with perfectly fitting collars and one chest pocket. Wonderfully cool and comfortable blend of polyester and cotton. Permanent press for easy wear and care. Choose soldij or patterns. Catch the fashion spotlight while you catch a good buy and choose several. If you're tired of the ordinary, come in »nd look at these. Men's Furnishings--DILLARD'S First Floor Opan Monday Through Saturday 10 a.m. Until 9 p.m Norrhw** Arfcomoi TIMES, Friday, Jun* 2T, 1974 »AVITTKVIll.K. **KAN»A National Park Facilities Colled Fees For Use By JOHN R. STARR The free ride is over at most deral recreational areas in kansas and across the nan. Starting last Wednesday at ot Springs National Park and xiay at national f o r e s t es, campers, picnickers and vimmers will pay for the ivilege of using federal facil- es. Tecs at most federal areas ere suspended last year and 'icials were told to come up th a fee system based on de- ee of development of the rious sites. Reinstatement ot es was authorized in a law gned earlier this month, and c National Park Service, the ational Forest Service and the rkansas District of the Corps Engineers have announced e fee schedules for Arkansas eas. The fees range up to $3 per ght for camping at highly de- eloped sites. Campers at t h e ulpha Gorge Campground at ot Springs, the only such area dministered by the park serv began paying Thursday ght at a $3 rate. Fees take effect July 10 at rkansas sites administered by c Arkansas office of the Engi- ers. The Tulsa and Vieksburg ngineers are still studying the tuation and will announce fee hedules and effective dates ter. The Vieksburg district dministers Lake Ouachila and e Gray Reservoir and Tulsa dministers Millwood Lake. OUACHITA FOREST In the Ouachita National Forit, headquartered at Hot prings, fees of $1 for day usa id $2 for camping will be harged at eight areas. T h e y re Albert Pike, Mazarn, Jack reek, Knoppers Ford. Shad\ ake. Mill Creek, Charlton and ake Sylvia. Sixteen areas in the Ozark nd St. Francis national fores'.s il! be subject to fee. Those with a $1 day use ant 2 camping fee are Horsehead ake. Shores Lake. Cove Lake torin Creek Lake, Long Pool nd Spring Lake. At Redding eech Point. Maple Flat, Lone ine and North Sylamore, there ill be a $2 fee for camping. A camping fee has been set for rtiite Rock, Gunner Pool a n d ake Weddington. At Bear Creek Lake and the teller Cave swimming area at lanchard Springs, swimmers lay pay eitner the $1 per car- ad day use fee or a swim- ling fee of 25 cents per person. Fees at the Long Pool area ill be suspended until the wa- T system has been restored The Little Rock Engineer dis ict will charge $2 at its tea tes, but 49 areas will remain ith no fee. By impoundment, hey are: Beaver L a k e : Indian Creek ind Ventris. Blue Mountain Lake: Lick reek, Hise Hill, Cedar Creek nd Tower Heights. Bull Shoals Lake: Lowry an' Woodard. Greers Ferry Lake: Che rokee, Hill Creek, Mill Cree: and South Fork. Dardanelle Lake: O'Kane West Creek. Six Mile, and Dai Site East. Ozark Lake: Vine Prairie Clear Creek and Vache Grasse Arkansas River: Pontoon Moore Bayou, Little Bayoi Meto, Big Bayou Meto, Pepd leton, Morgan Point, Rising Star, Trulock, Ste. Marie Wrightsville, Tar Camp, Willow Beach. THE NURSERY HOME GARDEN CENTER Rose Special AARS from California Excellent selection of nursery stock. Terrarium Garden Plants, Hanging Baskets, Fertilizer Peat Moss. Shade Tree Special -- Silver Leaf Maple. 12-Foot -- $10.00 Each Lindell Duncan, Mgr. 2500 Johnson Road Ph. 521-4401 Landscape Specialist By Appointment. Open 8 a.m.--6 p.m. -; -- Mon.-Sat. Nimrod Lake: Garden Point. Norfork Lake: Howard Cove, George's Cove, Tracy, Buzzard Roost, Curlcy Point, Woods Point, Hand Cove, Red Bank, Gamaliel and Pigeon Creek. A camping fee of $3 for uss of the highly developed Spadva and Da mSitc facilities Darrli- and Dam Silo facilities Darda- Ford, De Roche Ridge and Iron Mountain sites on De Gray Reservoir remained in effect through the fee suspension. THE LIGHT TOUCH by Gardenhire's Housewarming: the last call for wedding presents. § Teenager to Dad: "You Bj think YOU had it tough 1 in school. Some kids in 1 my class have to park jfj § three blocks away." 1 Tax forms \vill be so |j I simple next year they | can be filled out by a ji fifth grader, providing g his major is Advanced a Accounting. p Wiretapping: two kids with braces, kissing. On the average, folks who hurry through life get through it quicker. i Relax! See us at Gard- 1 enhire Jewelry for a I watch to congratulate 1 the graduate. | GARDENHIRE'S S JEWELRY S.E. 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