Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 17, 1974 · Page 13
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 13

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Thursday, October 17, 1974
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sday. October it, 1974 HOPE (ARK.) SfAW MOORE BROS. ^ WE ACCIPT YOUR fOOD COUPONS SERVING YOU SINCE 1896 )VINSPECTED tYERS 39 IB |RM FRESH LARGE HUE EGGS 79 C DZ !OZ PACKAGE .ICED BACON IRE PORK iUSAGE 89 IB lEATY PORK IECK IONES 3 iB$ l oo RYSAIT AT BACK 5"] oo 0 POUND SACK RED POTATOES 89 IALIONJUG iWEETMILK 1 29c ODD LEAN >ORK CHOPS CHUCK ROAST 89 79 C LB C LB llG ASSORTMENT :OOKIES SHOULDER SOUND STEAK FRAINFEDCHOICK (ROUND STEAK 1 29c LB IEAVY SMOKED IPICNIC HAMS 69 IB IHOMEGROWN SWEET 'OTATOES iOODLEAN IPORK LOIN ROAST — T iAUON JUG IUTTERMUK IEATY PORK iPARE RIBS 79 •••HW 1 69 C LB 29C c LB —Hope (Ark.) Star photo LONNIE HOOVER of Emmet killed a 110- pound spike buck deer Wednesday morning in the DeAnn area. This is the first bow kill checked in Hope this season. Cattlemen will meet withFord STEPHENVILLE, Tex. (AP) — Texas ranchers and dairymen say they're ready go to Washington "anytime the President wants" to take him up on his offer to meet with them to discuss their economic problems. "Maybe they're beginning to hear us after all. I knew when somebody started killing cattle, or even talked about it, it would spread across the country," said James Traweek, president of the Cross Timbers Beef and Dairy Association. On a campaign swing through the nation's heartland Wednesday, Ford said he would set up a meeting within two weeks and said he would defer changes in the dairy import quota system until he can assess market conditions. Traweek, whose group herded 800 calves to a trench to be shot several weeks ago, said, "We'd just about given up hope he would meet with us." The group called off their plans to slaughter the calves at the last minute, hoping that Ford would agree to talk with them about the price of feed, milk and beef. Dairymen and ranchers say the disparity in production costs and product prices is driving them out of business or into bankruptcy. Meanwhile, in Wisconsin, where about 600 calves were slaughtered and buried Tuesday to protest low farm prices, The National Farmers Organization said it wants the President's blessing for plans to donate calves to Honduran storm victims. Watchdog of the Treasury Washington, D. C.—Congressman John Paul Hammerschmidt was awarded his third "Watchdog of the Treasury" Award by the National Associated Businessmen. Inc., in Caitol Hill ceremonies last week. H. Vernon Scott, President of NAB, lauded Congressman Hammerschmidt for his outstanding economy voting record which reflects "your keen awareness of the need for fiscal responsibility as one means of helping to curb inflation." The "Watchdog" award is presently bi-anmially to those Members of Congress who vote for responsible funding levels and against excessive government spending. on your fevorite foods/ BABY Rotindboiie . ROAST .................... ,....,..!.'!•:.* I 09 (Rump) ROAST STEAK Rib STEAK Summer SAUSAGE 2</ 2 Lb. Stick 1 99 Brisket STEW MEAT 3 $139 Lbs. *| FRESK $1 20 ?|iy Lb. •'••'•' -89 e Twin Pack FRANKS $139 ;£•• Fresh Cut Out NECK BONES LEAN GROUND BEEF %H| ^3^3 Fresh Dressed Grade A HENS rrc 93 Lb. Finkbciner All Meat BOLOGNA 79 e 3 L bs $2 37 SfflS|j^*P*/ Heavy Smoked JOWELMEAT 49% Country Style MIX SAUSAGE 59 Lb. . PRODUCE •7 * ^ ^^ _ - i 11 • > I / J Yellow Ripe BANANAS Yellow Lb. ONIONS 2 - 25 C New Crop Texas ORANGES Nice Size Doz. 10 Lb. Bag ... .Good Red*. POTATOES Only- Barry's Groc. SAUE 40 4 WHEN YOU BUY A 1 LB.CANof FOLDER'S COFFEE We Help You "Pinch" More Pennies SPECIAL PRICE WITH THIS COUPON 99' Pride of Illionis Yellow 303 17 CREAM CORN 00 Bush Early June PEAS :!o:t ui ° z< Can 00 Without Coupon $1.39 Good thru 10-26-74' iSAVE \. Tender Crust BREAD 19 Tender Crust BUNS 19 Gallon Size PUREX Only 5 Lb. Bag Gold Medal Elf) IIP Plain or Self Rising Kraft Pure ...— ^ttf^r APPLI JELLY Large 2 Lb Jar / V Wesson OIL Large 32 Oz. Bottle 59 Tender Crust ROLLS Brown & Serve Pkg. If For I 19 Mound CANDY BARS Regular I5c bar 5 F - 49 C Bush's Cut 303 15>/ 2 Oz. Can STRING BEANS ' Hunts Large 2>/ 2 29 Oz. PEACH HALVES : 00 Del Monte SPINACH 'an 3^r$l 00 Del Monte KRUAT 303 16 Oz. Can 00 Red Seal Vienna SAUSAGE 3 $ 1 00 Viva-Jumbo Roll PAPER TOWELS Oxydol Full power detergent plus color-safe bleach SPECIAL PRICE Good thru With Coupon 10-26-74 rf^ P Good Only at Barry's 218 EAST 2NDST UPTOWN HOP!

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