Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on August 19, 1974 · Page 6
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Page Six 1974 State Fair stars IIOl'K (ARK.) STAR Monday, August 19, CHARUI- RICH JIM ED DROWN TANYA TUCKER ARKANSAS TALENT, both native and adoptive varieties, will dominate the entertainment lineup of the 1974 State Fair and Livestock Show which opens Friday, September 27 at Little Rock, and runs through October 6. Charlie Rich will appear in concert at 7:30 p.m. October 1; Jim Ed Brown heads a variety troupe which will present two grandstand shows nightly Sept. 30 through Oct. 5; and Tanya Tucker will have a performance between segments of the Billy Minick championship rodeo. Rodeo performances will be at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 3; at 1:30 and 7:30 p.m., Oct. 4; and at 11 a.m., 2:30 and 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 5. Six die in traffic Overly refined foods blamed for a number of diseases */ . ....... „,,,, fibers produce more By The Associated Press Three of the six persons killed in traffic accidents on Arkansas highways during the weekend died in a two-vehicle accident near Scott Sunday. State police identified the victims in the Scott accident as Forrest Malone, 32, of Almyra; Maiga Moix, 15, of Conway and Troy C. Williams, 49 of North Little Rock. State Police said Ford's car, traveling at a high rate of speed, crossed the centerline of Arkansas 130 and hit a pick-up truck head-on. Williams was the driver of the truck and the Moix woman was a passenger in the vehicle. Other weekend accident victims were Frank Allison, 56, of Biggers in Randolph County; Lamar Edward Naron, 28 of Memphis and Clyde E. Williams, 18, of Althiemer. Allison was killed when a car crossed the center line of U.S. 67 near Pocahontas and hit his car head-on, Cpl. W. R. Evans said. Trooper Jim Grimnu't said Naron was killed when he lost control of his car near Jasper while traveling at a high rate of speed. The car overturned twice and hit a bluff. Williams lost control of his car while rounding a curve near Sherrill on Horselake Road. The car then skidded into a light pole and became entangled in the power lines. State Police said Williams was electrocuted. U. N. Flags Flags of member countries at the United Nations headquarters in New York fly in alphabetical order at an equal height in front of the 39-story Secretariat, with the UN. flag above them. When a nation joins the world body, however, its banner is displayed in a central position above the others for the first day. Homemade Repellent Some north woods sportsmen use a homemade insect repellent they claim keeps a w a y the most ferocious CHICAGO < AP) - Overly refined foods are responsible for diseases of Western civilization ranging from heart ailments to appendicitis and varicose veins, according to a study from South Africa. The research report, published in the Aug. 19 issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association, connects the increase in a number of diseases to removal of indigestible fibers from foods. The researchers also associated refined foods with diver- ticular disease of the colon, gallbladders, hernia of the gastrointestinal tract, hemorrhoids of the colon and rectum, and obesity. The authors are Drs. D.P. Burkitt and N.S. Painter of I/>ndon and Dr. A.R.P. Walker of Johannesburg, South Africa. The diseases they cite began to appear more frequently in western nations as flour and other carbohydrate foods became more refined, they report. In Africa, where coarsely processed grains still make up the basic diet, such disease conditions are either exceedingly rare or almost unknown, they said. However, they are being seen more frequently with the adoption of western dietary habits in urbanized African areas. "Many diseases common in and characteristic of modern western civilization have been shown to be related to the amount of time necessary for the passage of intestinal content through the alimentary tract, and to the bulk and consistency of stools," the authors say. "These factors have in turn been shown to be greatly influenced by the fiber content of the diet and bv the amount of cereal fiber in particulaTi" they add. The function of cereal fiber "has been almost completely ignored, probably because it contributes no calories and has scarcely any nutritional value," the researchers write, adding: "Cereal fiber is necessary not only for the bulk it provides, but also for its effect on the chemical and bacteriological processes that take place in the intestine." Foods containing indigestible fibers produce more bulk and pass through the body more quickly than more refined foods. Their report said fibers also help clear the system of bile salts, which if they remain might lead to cancer of the colon and rectum. Planning a vacation is all we're going to be able to do about it this year. FILLER PAt>ER 300-Ct. Notebooke Paper 10 1-2"x8" Sheets, Wide Marginal Ruled SYSTEM Bi-Fold, Pad and Pocket Cover $1.98 The Organizer Tri-Fold, Pad and Pocket Binder $2.49 READY TO FILL ABOUT 101 BACK-TO-SCHOOL NEEDS! Students will soon be returning to classrooms ranging from kindergarten to urn- versity. That means there's lots more to "back to school" than buying £***•• We do have pencils, filler paper, notebooks and many things like that. But we also have money-saving buys in hosiery, panty hose, socks, cosmetics, hair care items, toothpaste, shaving supplies, first-aid supplies, and the like. For students planning on apartment living at college, we have dozens of houseware items at low discount prices. And, of course, we also have lots of fine foods to stock cup. boards for easy, delicious, economical meals. Just remember, Safeway is the place to buy and save! THEME BOOKS 5 Hole Punched 8"xlO'/a" Paper (80 Sheets) 49 C Assorted Colors .................Ea. FRIENDS OF THE EARTH The Classifier THEME BOOKS STtNO BOOKS 3-Ring Binder, 4 Manila Our Country Pocket50(p ^ s 30 Sheets BINDER PLUS A Pad For Notes and 8 1-2"x10" Pockets to Keep Hole Punched Them ln Big VALUE! Charcoal Ozark Quality, Even- Burning Hardwood Charcoal Briquets! 20-Pound Bag THESE LOW PRICES EVERY DAY 5 ™5' 4!£:*I Orange Jui Meat Pies Strawberries^ '^ 39' B.»ll« Mrs. Wright's Multi-Grain 12-Ct. JQ e KOIIS Brown & Serve Roll Pkg. *t7 AppleTumoversftrW V k t59 c Apple Streudel wrW. "£' 59 C French Bread 5 y cSU !S39« Sourdough Breads ' 12 Skylark Buns K£3& 3 WhiteBread&t w a°"37' Fryer Parts Economy Pack Mixed Fryer Parts .« ( Hen Turkeys Cut From USDA Grade 'A' Fryers! THESE LOW PRICES EVERY DAY Highway Ketchup ft* 1.35: 29 S35£ Toilet Tissue Paper Towels l& ........................ ™' 37' Detergent SS GentleBleachSc Ice Milk Lucerne Frozen Dessert High .in Enjoyment low In Calories! WHY PAY MOKJl J£: 37' Safeway Coffee ot.nd 'i, s 1.10 41 c .,,msH m. VIENNA SAUSAGE ,. Armour Canned _.Y Qvr Everyday Pricel.............«....TinS Safeway 12-0i. Qaulity Pkg. SMOKED HAMS Ground Beef K^ie Lb 88 e Quarter Loin t s k° chop ib M.I 8 Chuck Roast g± c £ Sliced Bacon *%*£%ZL. St *1.08 7-8 Lb. Fully Cooked Shank Portions, Water Added 68 Choke Beef tb. '2Lb. $2.15 f Prices Effective Thru August 2 J of Your HOPE Safeway. YOU CAN BANK ON SAVING AT SAFEWAY Liquid Plumr Bo Peep Ammonia ... &£ ' .63 3 32 C COTl6G RlCh Non Dairy Creamer .............................. Qii. 39* TASTERS CHOICE COFFEE Freeze Dried Coffee or Decaffeinated Coffee.................. CAKE BOX CAKES Flowered Cakes, Try One! (Figured Cakes $4.59) ,„..,......,>..,—„.....,..,., /v'x--> < *.*&••• For a Pleasure-Filled Breakfast! M for Jf Jr LARGE EGGS Breakfast Gems Grade 'A'Eggs Our Low Prkel... .19 69* for Tomatoes Add Color to rSdtod Elpe Sliwri... u>,39 ( ^i^^M-^ir*^ ; i ii : f i: it %jr

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