Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on August 12, 1974 · Page 5
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 5

Hope, Arkansas
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Monday, August 12, 1974
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^'^«!^»^^ynf?(?'wi'..*5»f^»T^.,(•^•.•'"-~«~-»s- ."!».•••.*-•- •• *•** Monday, August i.2, i&74 HOPE (Attk.) STAR Page Five A CROSSBREEDING PROGRAM is being used by the Stanleys to increase weight of calves at weaning. Their -basic pasture grasses are bermuda, bahia, dallis and fescue mixed with clover. COTTON REMAINS an important part of the Stanleys farming operation. They are one of three families in Hempstead County that still produce cotton. The field above is irrigated by gravity flow using water from a 13 acre lake. —Photos by Calvin Caldwell with Star camera SHOWN ABOVE IS Arian Stanley estimating the number of board feet in a pine tree. He is carrying forestry as a 4-H project. Arian will compete against other 4-H members throughout the State on August 12 and 13 at the State 4-H O'Rama in Conway. Greeks evacuate Turkish villages By The Associated Press As artillery fire rumbled again in northern Cyprus, the peace talks in Geneva stayed alive only through last-minute intervention by Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger. But evidently in a gesture of good will, Greek Cypriot troops late Sunday began evacuating Turkish enclaves they occupied after the Turkish invasion began July 20. And the Cyprus government freed 13 Turkish prisoners of war in exchange for Friday's release by the Turks of five Greek Cypriot POWs. The Greeks pulled out of four Turkish villages in eastern Cyprus, and U.N. troops moved in to keep peace. A U.N. spokesman said the Greek Cypriots would evacuate four more Turkish communities in the southern coast cities of Lar- naca and Paphos today. The occupation of Turkish villages by Greek Cypriot forces has been a major issue at the Geneva talks. Many Turkish Cypriot villages remain under Greek control. The sound of artillery fire Sunday night broke three days of quiet on the Mediterranean island. The shooting appeared to come from the Kyrenia Mountains about 10 miles north of Nicosia, where the invading Turkish army and Greek Cypriots fought until late Thursday. Neither of the warring sides nor the U.N. peace force had immediate comment on Sunday's shooting. The four armies on Cyprus- Greek Cypriot, Turkish, British and the U.N. peacekeeping force—reinforced their defenses on Sunday. Britain flew in 600 Gurkha mercenaries from Nepal and placed on alert in London 400 Royal Marine commandos. In Geneva, the peace talks among the foreign ministers of Britain, Turkey and Greece came near coUapse over Turkish demands to divide Cyprus among its Greek and Turkish populations. The three countries guarantee Cypriot independence under a 1960 treaty. Kissinger reportedly telephoned Turkish Premier Bulent Ecepit in Ankara and urged him to keep the talks alive. The secretary of state then met with President Ford for half an hour to bring him up to date on Cyprus. The peace talks finally convened Sunday—delayed nine hours of urgent consultations among political and military leaders. Turkey, represented by Foreign Minister Turan Gunes, is demanding division of Cylrus into two federated states, Greek and Turkish. Gunes has claimed one third of Cyprus for the island's 18 per cent Turkish minority. The plan would' involve moving around large numbers of families because Turkish communities currently are scattered through the island. Thank You Again! On the 5th day of August, Hope Federal topped the Two Million Dollar mark in net savings gains for the current calendar year. The actual figure: '2,040,807.18 Our steady growth reflects: 1. The continued high economy in Hope and the surrounding trade territory. 2. Hope Federal's variety of savings plans, ranging from 5V 4 per cent on Daily Interest to a high of 7V 2 per cent on Certificates. 3. Plus check-a-month to fit your needs, and other services. Want to get in on a good thing? Ask about our savings plans. Hope Federal Saving* A !*«» Assotiation /FOLLOW THE CROWDS HOWARD'S HWY 4 NORTH-HOPE, ARKANSAS, PRICES GOOD THRU WED. FOOD SAVERS REGTO'l 47 HOWARDS I DISCOUNT PRICE PLASTIC SILVERWARE SET REG57 C 4 4 A 1 RUBBERMAID 4-PIECE MEASURING SCOOP SET STACKING BOWLS REG77 C HOWARDS DISCOUNT PRICE NO 2640 PLASTIC TIDDY CADDY SET HOWARDS DISCOUNT PRICE HEAVY PLASTIC LAUNDRY BASKET JOY PLASTICS 3-PIECES TIDDY RACK i DISH MOP SOAPDISH HOWARDS DISCOUNT PRICE HOWARDS DISCOUNT PRICE PLASTIC ICE CUBE TRAYS PACKAGE OF THREE PLASTIC TRASH CAN WITH LID AND HANDLES PLASTIC BUCKETS WITHOUT POURING SPOUT PLASTIC DRAIN BOARD MAT REG'l 47 HOWARDS DISCOUNT PRICE REG $ 1 HOWARDS DISCOUNT PRICE 17 3-PIECE MIXING BOWL SET STYLED FOR BEAUTY HOWARDS DISCOUNT PRICE RUBBERMAID COVERED PITCHER _ 3 POSITION COVER TURNS, FOR FREE POURING

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