Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 16, 1974 · Page 14
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Page Fourteen MOPE (ARK.) StAR News Briefs WASHINGTON (AP) -Farm wages paid this fall have gone up about 12 per cent from a year ago, according to surveys by the Agriculture Department. As of Oct. 1, the department says, hourly cash wages for farm work averaged $2.22 per hour nationally, compared with $1.98 on the same date last year and $1.82 on Oct. 1,1972. Workers who were paid a .straight salary and furnished a house averaged $428 per month, compared with $395. on Oct. 1 lat year. If board and room were provided, cash wages in addition averaged $339 per month for each hired worker, compared with $308 a year ago, the report said. WASHINGTON (AP) - Concern is growing over the equality of 1974 soybean production because of stress from drought and early frosts on the supply of seed for 1975 planting. The Agriculture Department said Tuesday farmers need to line up 1975 soybean seed now. In some areas, the department said, early frosts stopped soybean growth before the beans had time to mature fully. "This may lower the germination (of seed) to an unacceptable level, depending on how mature the soybeans were when the frost hit," the department said. WEST MEMPHIS, Ark. (AP) — John Harris Jones, the. Republican candidate for the U.S. Senate, said Tuesday night that "America cannot afford another big-time spender like Dale Bumpers in the Senate. Jones, a Pine Bluff banker and lawyer, will oppose Bumpers, a Democrat, in the Nov. 5 general election. Jones spoke of ever-increasing prices and utility rates as he addressed the West Memphis Jaycees. Jones said Bumpers had increased taxes during his two terms in the governor's office and that the governor had caused an 80 per cent increase in state spending during the past five years. FORT SMITH, Ark. (AP) While Rep. John Paul Hammerschmidt, R-Ark., said Tuesday he would put national defense ahead of other matters in the controversy over military aid to Turkey. Although he voted against continued aid to Turkey, Hammerschmidt said he would be willing to listen to further debate on the question. Meanwhile, in Washington Tuesday, a vote to override President Ford's veto of the measure that cut off Turkish aid last week failed in the House 223-135. That was just 16 votes short of the two-thirds margin needed. Hammerschmidt was recorded as not voting. PINE BLUFF, Ark. (AP) — A hearing on the appeal by dismissed Pine Bluff fireman Grady May is to resume in Jefferson County Circuit Court Oct. 23. May was dismissed by the city's Civil Service Commission June 10. Judge Gene Bairn told lawyers for both sides during a day-long hearing Tuesday to return on that date for cross-examination of rebuttal witnesses. Two Fire Department officials — Assistant Chief Clyde Rush and Capt. Dudley Taylor — said morale in the department dropped significantly after May wrote letters to the Pine Bluff Commercial critical of Fire Chief W. R. "Ray" Jacks. NEW YORK (AP) — Trans World Airlines and Pan American World Airways are expected to agree formally Wednesday to split up many of their international routes and thus reduce costly competition between them, a TWA spokesman said Tuesday night. "The executives of both airlines will meet tomorrow to deal with the issue definitively," the spokesman said. Both TWA and Pan Am spokesmen declined to go into details, but the New York Times said in its Wednesday editions that the plan was to have been signed Tuesday. The Times said the agreement would eliminate head-to- head competition on thousands of miles of air routes between the United States and Europe and Asia. WASHINGTON (AP) - Senate Democratic Leader Mike Mansfield, calling President Ford's economic program only a partial answer, has urged a larger government role in the economy. "To 'Whip Inflation Now' — WtN, as the slogan goes — will x "• -..--... • - ' . - : ' Mansfield urges larger government role in economy require action, action that encompasses something more and different than a 10-point program which begins by imposing greater tax burdens on families with annual incomes of $15,000; more than increased acreage allotments for peanuts, cbtlort and rice production," Mansfield said Tuesday. ; "Words and slogans Will no longer satisfy the nation," he said in a nationally broadcast Democratic response to Ford's economic program. He called for fuel rationing, tough controls on wages, prices and profits, allocation of credit, a broad systefft of tyiftg Workers' wages to living costs and a tax break for the pt>0r. Mansfield said the Ford administration's heavy reliance on tight money and reduced federal spending to help the economy is only a partial answer. "Sacrifices are needed across the board if the nation's economy is to be restored," the Wednesday, October 16, 1974 Democratic leader saidV "1ft my judgment, the people of this nation alre prepared to make those sacrifices," Maury John AMES, iowa (AP) -~ Mattfy John, 55, Iowa State University basketball coach until late last year and National Coach of the Year in 1969, died Tuesday. SHOP KROGER FOR THESE XTRA LOW PLUS TOP VALUE STAMPS TOO! Prices effective through Saturday, October 19th In' your Hope Kroger Store, Quantity rights reserved. Copyright 1974, The Kroger Company. 0-23 VALUABLE COUPON 100 XTRA TOP VALUE STAMPS With this coupon and $7,50 or larger additional purchase, excluding tobacco. Good through Saturday, October 19th. VALUABLE COUPON FOOD STORES 10 to 14 Lb. Swift fu.S.GOV'T.CMMir CHOICE FREEZER SALE Fresh Pork Neck Bones L. 3/C Cornish Game Hens E, US. Gov't. Graded Choice Beef Packer Beef Round I, * I 09 US. Gov't. Graded Choice A4% Beef Sides u. 89C US. Gov't. Graded Choice Beef Fores i*. 79C Whole or Half Lamb L» BUTTERBALL TURKEYS U.S. Gov't. Graded Choice Beef SIRLOIN STEAK Lb. Glendale Smoked Roi BONELES Fresh Frozen Turkey Hindquarters 4 to 6 Lb. Fresh Frozen Baking Hens Mixed Parts Of 1 FRYING CHICKEN Lb. T-BONE STEAK $*58 Lb. Lb. ..Lb. Beef and Hydrated Soya Flour Mil Extra Lean IEMI k 4 To 6 Lb Morrell Pride HAM Whole or Cry-0-Vac' Sliced Bacon 5ft 99C PCCI «nu njuicivu *wj« rivm mi* ^% rf% uin LVin Kroger's Pro ..................... u. OoC Ground Beef Genuine *«OO •"•""i"* Ground Round L D *1 Z8 Ground Chuck u.. * 98c Fully Cooked FFULL SHANK HALF Lb. C.»(«n H AM Rtmovtd Wit.r Idd.d Lb. 1 Fresh Picnic Style PORK ROAST Lb. Market Made Pure PORK SAUSAGE Lb. Fresh Pork Medium SPARE RIBS Lb. Whole SMOKED PICNICS Lb.l Family Pak TURBOT FILLETS 3 Us. •r m*r« Lb. Kroger BEEF WIENERS Any Size Package Fresh GROUND BEEF Lb. Window Cleaner Cat's Choice 1 CAT FOOD .6 I/ lOi. 'Cans Kroger Windex !".£ 51c Pride ol Illinois White Cream Style _ Corn ! 7 .c°an 34c Hawaiian Punch Carnation . Coffee Mate u ' French Style or Cut Del Monte ^ Green Beans3 Del Monte 46 Oz. Can WHOLE KERNEI CORN •Assorted or Decorate FLEECE TOWELS All Crindi IAXWELL HOUSI COFFEE Limit Please" 16 c, 0n '; 17 Oz. Cans 180 Ct. Roll! Niagara Lb. Can! •With Coupon Below and (5 Purchase^ INSTANT POTATOES Kroger Macaroni & Cheese mm**. ™.».i« amm Dinner 3"K 79C Starch St 65C • Liquid Missy <-'" "— "•• SAVE 35c Swiss Miss NEMMff U Kroger Medium .A. GRADE EGGS UA'I 89c Kroger SWEET PICKLES Doz. Ctn. usuiu M i»y o,, n A A awiMnnM -k4% mm MAXWELL Detergent 2^:890 Cocoa 1£ 93c S HOUSE ^ Del Monte Pineapple Grapefruit __ Easy Day 50 Ct. __ •• COFFEE Can Drink 2 46 **« o9C Paper Plaf 90z "" " Kroger Sliced Hamburger _ _ Disinfectant Cleaner Dill Pickles ! 6 £; 39c Lysol . Kroger Sweet -> ~ Cloroi II mm** Pickles i! t 89C Bleach 5S 79c Kroger *mfi ^ la(i Sandwich _ ^^ •• Lunch Meat^Sn 79c Bags 5£ 43c = Renuzit Air /»A Drain Ol> ener •• *\ ^5 Fresheners "g z OoC Drano 12 ^: 53C S Instant ah« r /» M ' 8hty D ° s fm m BIMI NesteaMix^Jl 56 Dog Food !L'A 24t r= With this coupon and $5 or larger additional purchase, eicluding beer and tobicco. Good through Sunday, October 20th. Subject to applicable state and local sales tn. VALUABLE COUPON SAVE $1.001 OFF = With this coupon and purchase of one 8 oz. jar of Ki FREEZE DRIED COFFEE Good through Sunday, October 20th. U.S. No. 1 SWEET POTATOES. California Fresh _ _ Broccoli BL :!S 49c i State Extra Fancy! Red or Golden DELICIOUS APPLES Lbs. California Flame Red) TOKAY GRAPES Lbs. Florida Seedless White RUBY RED GRAPEFRUITi Zipper Skinned Florida A A Tangerines D.< 89C Del Monte FRUIT COCKTAIL 12 17 Oz.| Canst Del Monte Golden CREAM STYLE CORN $1 Sweet KROGER APPLE SAUCE 3 L I VALUABLE COUPON Nutritious DEL MONTE SPINACH 3 15 Oz.| Cans Jumbo Size HONEYDEW MELONS ,99' U.S. No. 1 RED POTATOES 205189 Bag • Sweet as Sugar JUICY ORANGES *99< Bag M 4kT Urf« F«BC/ Red 01 6«ld«n DELICIOUS APPLES t99« Kraft Soft PAR KAY MARGARINE^ 02 Tews Style Kroger Biscuits Kroger Mild Cheddar, Longhorn **4% Cheese "£ 79c Krofer Shredded _ ^ Sharp Cheese "i. 43C Kroger Rat Trap _ ^ Cheese 10 p?!: 79C Kroser, Bowl 4% WHIPPED / O TOPPING pJ Krofer Crinkle Cut ^ /*A Potatoes ^^ 69C KrHtrWIuilt __ Okra M -S:67C CrUkleCut Kroger Carrots "£ 35c Krafer __ Cauliflower 5S 73c Kroger Buttermilk or WHITE BREAD Kroger Twin, Flake or Combo Brown & Serve 20 Oz. Loaf I llOz. Pkgs. ^ Rolls J Kroger 8 Ct. 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