Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on August 28, 1974 · Page 10
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, August 28, 1974
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Page Ten IIOPK (AUK.) STAR Kenneh may become a pool for President Hearing aid advertising questioned WASHINGTON (AP) - The White House cat sleeps easier today,. The dog kennels may be about to go — for a swimming pool. Administration strategists, U.S. Park Service officials, the Secret Service and the Fine Arts Commission are casting an eye to the air-conditioned dog kennels as the best spot for a new pool for President Ford. If the pool is built at the current kennel site, in a thick clump of trees on the South I^wn, it would be only steps from the President's Oval Office. Former President Lyndon B. Johnson had the luxurious kend nels constructed for his beagles. And former President Richard M. Nixon had an Irish setter. The Fords have no dogs. Shan, the Siamese cat brought to the White House by daughter Susan Ford, has the full run of the family part of the mansion. The dog kennels area is good for a swimming pool because shrubs and trees seclude it from public view, said Charles Atherton, secretary of the Fine Arts Commission. Two important objectives would be met: aesthetic and security. But, Atherton said, the site is limited, so early plans call for a 30-or 35-foot pool. There LEGAL NOTICE In the Chancery Court of Hempstead County, Ark. PAUL STEPHENS, Plaintiff vs. DEBBIE STEPHENS, Defendant No. E-74-114 Warning Order The defendant, DEBBIE STEPHENS warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff, PAUL STEPHENS. Witness my hand and the seal of said court this 23rd day of August, 1974. Leona Cole Clerk By Bonnie Lively D.C. August 28: Sept. 4, 11, 18; 1974 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF HEMPSTEAD COUNTY, ARKANSAS SECOND DIVISION BANK OF CHIDESTER, PLAINTIFF VS. C. L. ROBINSON AND MARJORIE A. ROBINSON, DEFENDANTS NO. E-74-182 WARNING ORDER The Defendants, < C. L. Robinson and Marjorie A. Robinson, and all other interested parties, are hereby notified that the Bank of Chidester has filed a foreclosure action on the hereinbelow described lands: Part of the NW V* of the NE V« of Section 20, Township 12 South, Range 24 West, more particularly described as follows: Commence at the Northeast corner of said NW V« NEV4 of Section 20, Township 12 South, Range 24 West, and run West along the North line of said 40 acres for a distance of 150.02 feet to the Point of Beginning of this tract of land; run thence South 0 degrees and 52' East for a distance of 400 feet; run thence West for a distance of 415.00 feet; run thence North 0 degrees, 6' and 20" East for a distance of 400 feet; run thence East for a distance of 408.21 feet back to the point of beginning; containing 3.78 acres, more or less; and all of said lands being in Hempstead County, Arkansas, and described in accordance with a certain survey and plat made by John E. Hawkins & Associates, Engineers, to which reference is here made. Said property is also sometimes identified as Tract No. 1 in the North Industrial Area Subdivision of the City of Hope, Arkansas, according to the plat thereof prepared by John E. Hawkins & Associates, dated April 7, 1971. Any person interested in this action is hereby warned to appear in this Court within 30 days and answer the complaint filed herein. WITNESS my hand and seal rf this Court on this 19 day of \ugust, 1974. Leona Cole, Clerk of the Chancery Court Vug. 21, 28; Sept. 4, 11; 1974 would be a removable bubbled type top — "something like a greenhouse," said Atherton. Also under consideration is a small dressing cubicle so Ford would not have to dash from the While House to the pool in a bathrobe. Ford left behind at his Alexandria, Va., home a 20-by-40 foot pool that he used for morning and evening dips. Ford claims it kept his waistline trim. His wife says he kept his disposition pleasant. LITTLE ROCK (AP) — The vestigate such practices, sale of hearing aids by mail Consumer Research said prompted Arkansas Consumer Tuesday that it received a corn- Research to ask the Federal plaint from a person who re- Trade Commission to in- ported receiving an advertise- ment for hearing aids from Montgomery Ward along with his monthly bill. Consumer Research said such sales are prohibited by Act 197 Wednesday* August 28, 1974 of 1965, which requires hearing and speech tests before the sale of a hearing aid.i A letter was sent to Montgomery Ward asking the firm to stop mail order sales of hearing aids, Consumer Research said. ef- Prices fective through Sat., Aug. 31. at your Hope Kroger store. Quantity rights reserved. Copyright 1974, The Kroger Company. SHOP KROGER AND SAVE WITH *nyr IYIXUUEIY HUM ?MWE wwiin • • • • Discount Prices and Top Value Stamps too! - ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ M ^ MM __^^_|^^.MMMMMMM^HMHB| |l U.S.GOV'T.GRADED CHOICE Kro|«r'i combination; ^ ol hi|h quality , ind lo« pricct elleri you lh« nbtst bill *ali i«cry lime. U.S. Gov't. Graded Choice Beefj STEAK SALE SIRLOIN T-BONE; ish Frylni A A (Chicken Livers L.. ?3C iFresh, Froien Turkey _ ~ s Hindquarters L.. 39C IMorrell Mde Or Kwick Krisp _ _ Sliced Bacon !!#. 99c (circle B £~ I Pork Sausage u. o;JC| , . "Tii >? »" U.S.D.A. Grade "A" Mixed Parts Ot FRYING CHICKEN Lb. Lb. VALUABLE COUPON K)O ! XTRA • STOP VALUE; ! STAMPS ; 'with this coupon and $7.50 or larger, ladditional purchase, excludinf beer and? |tobacco. Good through Sunday, Septem-* |ber 1 at your local Kroger store. I Limit 1 Please VALUABLE COUPON iFresh Pork Neck Bones, WE GLADLY " ACCEPT FOOD STAMPS 3 Lbs. Or More FRESH GROUND BEEF IFULL No ^Centers .Removed Lb/ Fully Cooked SHANK HAM HALE) Water Added U.S. Gov't. Grided Choice Beef, Center u.j. uot I. uriueo unoitc DGCI, ^ciuci vul ^^^f\g\** Chuck Steak *. 99C U.S. Gov't. Graded Choicel Beef, Blade Cut _ ft Chuck Roast u. 8oC 69c Great Northern BUSH BEANS s $ ! Beef And Hydnted Soyi Flour Mil Kroger's Pro ........................ L D 1/4 fork Loins Sliced Into Pork Chops .......................... i.. Fresh fork Spare Ribs ............................. u Chopped (Greit With Spireribj) p, Bush Kraut Boston Butt ROAST Cut Only From Selected* I Young Porkers* Lb.1 Fresh, Lean PORK STEAKS Lb.1 10 To 14 Lb. Avf. U.S.DJt. GRADE "A" 1 TURKEYS Lb. Country Style Slab SLICED BACON Wiener Roast Special SERVE N' SAVE WIENERS Kro|*r Store Sliced MEAT BOLOGNA LbJ f\f\ 9S)C Lb. Coastal FISH STICKS Fresh Frozen Hormel BEEF PATTIES Fresh Frozen CATFISH STEAKS Lb. , 5X "SO RICH, >SO CREAMY"^ DAIRY TREATS Flivor Fresh, Xrojer f* t\ Buttermilk !?.S: 69c Vanilla, Fudge Marble Or Strawberry POLAR PAK ELLORINE Kroger's Finest LUNCHEON MEAT SAVE 50c Imperil! Soft imperial son ^ _ Margarine M!: bOC Tens Style Cherry _ nt\ Fruit Danish Rolls2'^89c Kroier Processed Wrapped _ ^ American Cheese .!P°!: D"C Buttermilk Or Homestyle « 4* Kroger Biscuits !.c°.« 1ZC Krofer Homestyle Or Buttermilk _ /*A Biscuits 6 «!: 69C W/tW SPECIALS Minute Maid _ A A Orange Juice 3e«. 89c Morton -^ * « A n Chicken N f Basket2pit*! 99 Morre's ^ ^ Onion Rings lift 83C Kroier Frozen -. **.**. Waffles 2tt29c 'HEALTH & BEAUTY AIDS jVfgens Lotion $ .K $ 1 29 ( 1/2 Oi. Dry Skin C 1 1 Q Ponds Cream li" *l iy Ralston Vittles CAT FOOD .$' Limit Please "Available At Kroger. .Weight Watchers' Lunches" Sausage, Pepperoni Cheese Or Hamburger JENO'S 131/20 , PKg. seal on inery cirton N ii your proof ol the Ire ill quality of thm e||> when Kroger Instant COFFEE CRYSTALS $199 With this coupon and $5 or larger additional purchase, excluding beer and tobacco. Good through Sunday, September 1. Subject to applicable state and local sales tax. VALUABLE COUPON II Kroger FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE AND 1 PERSONAL SATISFACTION We do all in our power to have all our advertised specials on our shelves when you shop for them. Sometimes, due to conditions beyond our control we run out of an advertised 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 orice anytime within two weeks GRADE "A": EGGS Avondale Cut GREEN BEANS Doz. 'Ctn. Plump And Juicy Northwest PURPLE 4.6 Oi. 93 CO Aim Toothpaste »<. Q9C 13 Qi. Assorted Miss Breck TA Hair Spray '*'! 79C « Ct. Red Cioss . f. Cotton Balls «!: 49c BAKERY BARGAINS White Or Buttermilk 4* •_ Kroger Bread 20 L«i 0/C Kroier Country Style _ A » Rolls 2^;: n bogtr New Orleans Cello _ _ French Bread 2"..« 89c ies Daytime I DISPOSABLE DIAPERS > Try A Frosted Glass With Lemon PTON I tFli Glad GARBAGE 1 BAGS 48 Ct. PKg. Kroger POLISH PICKLES Country Oven vguniry u«en f* ** ** Pretzels 2i£ 99c " ro ' <r tf* A Liquid Detergent..?!•«: o9C 14% Wore Active _ A Purex Bleach ',',: 79c 79c Crisp, Salty Fabric Softener Kroter Instant Milk IGal. Btl. l.ri)|l, J4!iy m f* Kroger Saltines ^ 49C Kro(er Homestyle Pickles 16 t " r °i ef «% Sweet Relish 3 10 30 Count j* Coffee Filters %> »•» U-Cal AA »AAO rgjer -a _ ft _ 20 i $3" French Dressing 3'A 89C GrV*t For Potjto $alad , U.S. N». 1 ' RID POTATOES Calilornia Pascal Larj« ' sun 39c Celery U.S. No. 1 Sweet _ _ Potatoes u Z/C Golden Ripe Tel Squash .Lb. 37c Lbs. Red Or Golden Oeliclou* APPLES Rtd, «!M« Or WhIU Th»mp»oa $f*4l«« GRAPES Lb. 1 Golden Freestone 4% A Peaches «. 39t Cilifprnia did ^| g* Nectarines ^ 39C Jumba Site Hon«yd«w f\fi Melons u. 99c

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