Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on August 15, 1974 · Page 11
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(Thursday, August lii. l!)7i ****************** ********* I Moore Bros. IlrtPfe (AHK.) StAK * I , We Accept Your Food Coupons •/> Servin S Yo " Since 1896 „.. • GOV- INSPECTED FRYERS 39 Ib GALLON JUG SWEET MILK i 29c 100% PURE PORK SAUSAGE 89 Ib GOV. INSPECTED FRYER PARTS » # » GALLON JUG BUTTERMILK 1 29c TRAY-PACKED SLICED BACON FARM FRESH LGE. WHITE EGGS dz HEAVY SMOKED SLAB BACON 69 Ib BROWN & SERVE ROLLS 3 d ° ; MEATY PORK NECK BONES YOUNG TENDER CALF LIVER 89 Ib DRY SAT FAT BACK 4*1 00 iio POUND SACK POTATOES 79 Gwen Anderson coming up fast in new administration WASHINGTON (AP) - when the dust settles after the current shuffle in the new White House staff hierarchy* the top woman may be a former Republican national corri- mitteewoman from Washington state. A top White House aide said Gwen Anderson* 44, "is not going to get lost in the shuffle" when the permanent job assignments are handed out. The aide said Mrs. Anderson now has "equal status" with Anne Armstrong, whom President Ford has asked to stay on in his administration. Mrs. Armstrong, a counselor to former President Richard M. Nixon, was the only woman with cabinet rank in the Nixon administration.. Although the White House aide diplomatically said the two women were considered of equal status in the new administration, he noted that Ford personally hired Mrs. Anderson. Mrs. Anderson, a former businesswoman from Kennewick, Wash., is continuing her role as Ford's liaison with Senate, congressional and gubernatorial campaign committees until she is permanently reassigned. Mrs. Anderson, also President Ford's key liaison with the Republican National Committee, was in charge of his scheduling for GOP fund-rais-, ing events when he crisscrossed the nation covering more than 100,000 miles while vice president. Ford's itinerary of personal appearances made up when he was still No. 2 has been canceled for the rest of the year. One of Mrs. Anderson's jobs now is to find replacements for those engagements from among members of Congress and others in the new administration. Mrs. Anderson, a graduate of the University of South Dakota, was described by a White House spokesman as a person with much political savvy. She has been active in politics for 20 years, mostly in Washington state, but never has run for elective office. Mrs. Anderson is cautious about her future role. "I'm not even going to speculate," she said. "I'll do whatever the President wants me to do." Mrs. Anderson said, in answer to a reporter's question, that she believes Ford is indeed giving "equal consideration" to filling with a woman the vice presidency or any slot that might open in the Cabinet. "He has confidence and respect for their ability," she said. Agents fear another Turk dope epidemic NEW YORK (AP) — Federal narcotics officials describe their seizure of a $112 million transatlantic heroin shipment as an ominous portent of what may happen if Turkish farmers resume full-scale opium poppy growing this fall. "Normally, a seizure of this kind would be a happy event," John R. Bartels, administrator of the federal Drug Enforcement Administration said Wednesday. "This is not a happy event ... The epidemic might resume." Federal narcotics agents last week located a shipment of 75 kilograms of French-processed heroin packed in the hoK&wed- out recesses of $7,000 worth of Louis XIII furniture. Officials estimated the heroin could have supplied 4,800 users for a month. Four French citizens and an Argentinian were arrested after one of them tried to sell information about the smuggling scheme to narcotics agents for $400,000. On Wednesday, announcing the arrests at a news conference, U.S. Atty. David Trager of Brooklyn drew a parallel with the celebrated "French Connection" seizure in 1962 of $98 million worth of heroin, a case on which a book and popular movie were based. He said the new seizure shows the traditional heroin smuggling route from Turkey through processing plants in the south of France is still usable, although it was supposedly destroyed a year and a half * * Clay Shaw, conspiracy C* figure, dies in Orleans *• * * * » * * * BORDERS MELLORINE 'G 59 8 POUND PAIL 2 39C COODIEAN PROK CHOPS * *tt*t************* NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Clay L. Shaw died today at his home, 5% years after a state court jury acquitted him of a charge that he conspired in the murder of President John F. Kennedy. The 60-year-old Shaw, former director of the International Trade Mart in New Orleans, had been ill since February, when he was stricken while driving his car and underwent surgery for removal of a blood clot. His death was announced by a funeral home. Although Shaw retired in 1965, with plans to travel and rest, he had to go back to work when his legal fight against then Dist. Atty. Jim Garrison's charges used up his modest fortune. He resigned May 31 as manager of the renovation of the French Quarter's French Market, a tourist mecca project he had guided from inception in 1971 to actual construction. "An outstanding citizen of the City of New Orleans and an . outstanding public servant," the directors of the French Market Corp. said in accepting Shaw's resignation. It was sharp contrast to the 1969 trial, where Shaw impassively chain-smoked at the defense table as prosecution witnesses described him as a flamboyant homosexual. Shaw was snatched from retirement into the limelight when Garrison summoned him to his office on March 1, 1967, and charged him with conspiring with Lee Harvey Oswald and others in the presidential assassination. Gaps and conflicts eventually tarnished the Garrison investigation. "After a couple of months it became quite clear that the case had no real relationship to the assassination," Shaw said. On March 1, 1969, he was acquitted. The jury deliberated less than an hour after a trial that lasted a month in Criminal District Court. "I often wonder what would have happened to me had I been penniless and without friends," Shaw said. "Justice can be a costly process." } GOO OLE AN PORK STEAK 89 SIRLOIN STEAK $1 Lb 49 * 5 RIB STEAK j J CHOICE BABY BEEF J ROAST Brisket * STEW MEAT * 49 C Lb. Heavy * SMOKED HOCKS Lbs. For $1 • 19 Beef SHORT RIBS 79 C ,, Dry Salt FAT BACK 3 Lbs. For I 00 Fresh Lean GROUND BEEF 79 C Lb. Slab Sliced BACON 89 C Country Style MIXED SAUSAGE >; 59 LI,. $ Heavy Smoked yL JOWEL J MEAT ? * ago. Turkey declared a ban on opium poppy growing under a 1971 agreement with the United States, but Premier Bulent Ecevit has said his government intends to allow resumption this fall. Trager and Bartels both said they feared the new shipment means French processors already have begun unloading stockpiles of processed heroin which they kept while the Turkish ban drove prices up. The five arrested are Maurice Leon Schoch, 39, and his brother Claude, 28, both of Nice, France, and both previously indicted as heroin smugglers; Albino Garro, identified as an Argentine citizen who gave his occupation as news reporter; Claude Bre- teche, described as the operation's French courier; and Nadine Besset, said to be Maurice Schoch's girlfriend. Authorities said Maurice Schoch approached French authorities a week ago—two months after the heroin-packed furniture had been delivered to a Queens warehouse—and offered information about a major heroin shipment for $400,000. The authorities said the French officials contacted American narcotics agents, and Schoch was never paid. 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