Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on August 14, 1974 · Page 11
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 11

Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, August 14, 1974
Page 11
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Wednesday, August 14, 1974 __^.^0^^^^jj^jjgjajjj» g^^^^^^^^M^HM News Briefs HOPE (AUK.) STAR Page Eleven TITTLE ROCK (AP) - Radio station KARN has commis- a local pizza parlor to a 25-foot pizza - which e the world's largest piz- a station spokesman said Two Senate panels vote to reduce military spending despite Ford's warnings By W. DALE NELSON Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON (AP) - Two Senate units have voted to reduce military spending proposals despite President Ford's warning against "unwarranted cuts in national defense," Sen. John L. McClellan, D- Ark., said Tuesday the defense appropriations subcommittee has trimmed $5.59 billion from the Nixon administration request for military spending. Meanwhile, the Foreign Relations Committee approved a foreign aid authorization bill that would phase out over the next three years the main category of military assistance, known as military-grant aid. It also gradually would close down U.S. military aid missions, now in 45 nations in- cluding virtually every country in Europe. In his address to a joint session of Congress Monday night, Ford called for "tough decisions to cut the cost of govern- ment" but indicated he would resist large slashes in the Pentagon budget. McClellan said the defense spending bill would be considered by the full Appropriations Committee, of which he is chairman, on Friday. The biggest cut is ifrairect military aid to foreign couii' tries, which the committee slashed $435 million. H rcu v* w—---sj t • : wam director, said the station : «as having the pizza baked as a promotional venture. According to the Guinness Book of World Records, the larges t pizza ever baked was 21 feet in diameter and was made in Chicago in 1970. Gooding said the station was Inviting community organizations and listeners to write the station as to why they ff ould like to eat part of the pizza. : BOSTON (AP) - James F. Garrett, 58, advertising director of the Boston Herald American and Sunday Herald Advertiser, died Monday after a long illness. OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) Rodeo superstar Larry Mahan is trying to take the rough-and- tumble cowboy sport to Russia. "Not for the sake of making money, but it would be good for the rodeo and good for the country" to stage the first rodeo in the USSR, Mahan told a news conference. Mahan's attorney, Ted Steinberg, said in Beverly Hills that he is drafting a formal letter to Soviet Ambassador Anatoly F. Dobrynin in Washington proposing a rodeo tour in Russia. SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP) - Faye Dunaway, star of the current hit movie "Chinatown," I and songwriter-composer Peter ': Wolf have applied for a mar• riage license. | Miss Dunaway, 37, and her : 28-year^ld fiance, whose given \ name is Peter Blankfield, ap- j peared in Santa Monica Superi- j or Court late Monday to apply i for the license. No date was set • for the wedding. : It will be the first marriage ;, for both Miss Dunaway 'and i SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP) : - Actress Stefame Powers has ; filed for divorce from actor Gary Lock wood. They were married in 1966. Miss Powers, 30, and Lockwood, 37, were separated legally May 12. They have no children. Grounds for divorce, filed in Superior cour here were listed, as irreconcilable differences. Lock wood starred in "The Lieutenant" television series and the movie "2001: A Space Odyssey." Miss Powers has appeared in numerous movies and TV shows. BOISE, Idaho (AP) - Motorcycle daredevil Evel Knievel has cleared the last hurdle prior to his planned jump over the Snake River Canyon. The state of Idaho granted Knievel a permit for the scheduled Sept. 8 jump. Knievel plans to use a rocket-powered motorcycle to jump the canyon, which is about a quarter-mile wide and about 500 feet deep. NEW YORK (AP) - Eugene J* Fodor, the young horseback-rid- 5 ing American who took top hon;i ors in one of the world's premiere violin competitions, has been given a gold key to the City of New York. Fodor, 24, who became the first American since Van Cliburn to win top honors in the Tchaikovsky competition in Moscow, reciprocated by entertaining city officials with a rendition of Paganini's "Caprice No. 24" on a 1726 violin. The violin, valued at $300,000, was loaned to Fodor by an admirer. LONDON (AP) - Kate O'Brien, 76, Irish novelist and playwright, died Tuesday in a hospital near her Kent home. Miss O'Brien's first prize-winning novel, 'Without My Cloak," was published in 1931. Her most popular book, "That Lady," was published in 1946 NEW YORK (AP) - Edward Gudeman, 67, undersecretary of commerce for former President John F. Kennedy, died Monday of pneumonia. Gudeman, who was undersecretary from 1961 to 1963, also served as a vice president of Sears, Roebuck and Co., until retiring in 1959. SHOP KROGER FOR THESE. YOUR FOOD STAMPS GO FURTHER AT KROGER and Top Value Stamps too! FOOD STORES Prices effective through Saturday, August 17 in your Hope Kroger Store. Quantity rights reserved. Copyright 1974, The Kroger Company. 3 Lbs. Or More FRESH .GROUND BEER* Fresh Picnic Style PORK ROAST Country Style Slab SLICED BACON (D.S.D.A. Grade "A" 1 Mixed Parts Of FRYING CHICKEN Bet! 1 Hydnted Soya Flour Mis oee< i Hyotateo ioya nour MII _ ^ Kroger's Pro u, 69C Frith It in Aft Pork Steaks u 99C Market Mide Pure £ ^ Pork Sausage u. 69C Glendilt Hill Boneless Hams u.. 1/4 fork Lolni Sliced Into f 1 Aft Pork Chops _* U 09 ,'Crided Choice Reel CHUCK ROAST Fully Cooked FULL SHANK HALF HAM Boneless Fish TURBOT FILLETS No Centers Removed Lb. Lb. Sliced Chicken, Motloaf, Sliced Beef, Chir Broil Beef Pittlei Or Salisbury Steik FREEZER QUEEN ENTREES 2$1 19 Water Added Mttty Ilidi. Lb. Kroger 'MACARONI & CHEESE DINNER Kroger TREATS ruoger f* M Skimmed Milk 'J!S 64c Kroger Pimento _ ^» Cheese Spread X. 59C Topping _ _ Lucky Whip '."£ 5/C Pills&urv _ _ Corn Bread IE 35C FROZEN SPECIALS Chicken Noodle, Macaroni & Cheese Spaghetti & Meat Morton Dinners^ 1 'n 7 1/4$' Kroger Smooth Or Crunchy PEANUT BUTTER Crispy, Salty KROGER SALTINES SM^SHHBIHB" 11 "^^ 10 To U Ib. Av|. U.S.D.A. Grade "A" Turkeys t.. 49c Turi1 ' *\g\ Hindquarters u. 39C Meat Wieners !.!*,': 79c Kroger Chunk _ ^ Meat Bologna t.. 79C Ftes Shod On Perch Fillets Lb 89C S«w N' Save Cooked ^ <**% Fish Sticks—^.^... Zi£ 89C u.s Gov't. Choice Mef BOSTON ROLL ROAST $149 IBonelcti Lb. u.s.concnAOcr [CHOICE SAVE 35c Avondale Cut GREEN BEANS $ TOP 120 '- 69c 25c Off Label FAB Awake Sausage Or Pepperoni jeno's Pizza Roll X Minute Maid _ Q f\ Lemonade *t c/n o;iC HEALTH & BEAUTV AIDS I Oi. Avocado, Green Apple OFTFRfiENT 0, Apricot Earth MtltftUtni Born Shampoo si«U 0/ 5L b.$ 145 4 1/2 Oz. Hair Dresiing . ,„ ftf\ 4 Oz - I Groom & Clean '*" 89C Pk *—•- 36 Ct. 9?c £Q Excedrin »» DSC Wipe-N-Dipe SS 79c BAMM BARGAINS White Bread "A 3?C FOR YOUR CO 16 Oz. Cans 'Kroger LUNCHEON MEAT Ralston Vittles CAT FOOD 41 • Pkgs. • AH Grinds FOLGERS, = COFFEE Please ••» Liquid With this coupon and (5 or larger additional purchase, euluding bter and tobacco. Good through Sunday, August II. Subject to applicabli stall and local sales tat. VALUABLE COUPON PUREX BLEACH 120' SAVE 2flc IIIIIN|T] _ ICE CREAM S t\ C C to* ll"»|l> S»Ml|. iDlill U. *** "I • EElllllllll VALUABLE COUPON LENIENCE AND PERSONAL SATISFACTION We do all in our power to hive all our advertised specials on our shelves when you shop for them. Sometimes, due to conditions beyond our control we run out oi an sdvtitised special. If this should happen to you ask at the store office for a Rain Check which entitles you to the same advertised special at the same special price iMVtime within two weeks. / Qt. Btl. Crystal White [DISHWASHING LIQUID 59< 48 Oz. Btl. Bush MEXICAN BEANS .3% H Red, Ripe Kroger Reg. Or Hickory Smoked B.B.Q. SAUCE Kroger Hamburger RELISH rrnmm 3$ 10 Oz . J«r* Bush Great Northern BEANS IS Oz. ...Cans Bush Chopped KRAUT. 5$ 10 Oz. . C*ns • Hi flmB ^11 • m H1^ r,, *%f\ \ 39 Cl 89c SUN RIPENED SWEET - BLUSHING BEAUTIES U.S. No. I Birtlelt California Pears Limes 12 Jumho 27 Size O t* 1 Cantaloupes Z.o $1 Sunkist — * ^ Oranges ju». *1 Cililornu Red Plums Oi _ _ Nectarines u 49C d >u e e * Seedless u - s - AH PurpoM' Firm Golden Lemons Ripe Avocados 12 Yellow For 4 4t 89 C Onions u. 19C s»««i m* 49c Potatoes * Z9C

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