Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 14, 1968 · Page 10
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 10

Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 14, 1968
Page 10
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Agricultural ixttntlan S*rvk« Plan No. 5*7767, availobl* at your County Intention Oft let. HOME DESIGNED FOR FARM rear entrance, FAMILIES The utility room provides space for an automatic washer, dryer and hand sink on one side of the rear entrance. The opposite wall of the utility room provides space for a chest type freezer. The concentrated plumbing of the two bathrooms, In line with kitchen plumbing, decreases construction costs* The main bathroom provides built-in features around the lavatory which can serve as a dressing table. This plan Includes numerous clothes and linen closets. The rectangular design provides simple foundation construction with attached carport. The walkway from the carport to the front door Is covered to give protection during bad weather. This home can be constructed of either wood framing with conventional siding or of brick. If you are Interested In work- Ing drawings of this plan (No. 597707), you may obtain them free of charge by contacting the' Hempstead County Agricultural Extension Office. This plan Is offered as a guide to you in planning your new home. Studies Tax on Land Stars Own LOS ANGELES (AP) - The tax value of land belonging to Marlon Brando, Bob Hope and Jack Benny Is being studied by the high school teacher who successfully fought to raise taxes on Gov. Ronald Reagan's Malibu property. The teacher, Brian Stevens, told newsmen Tuesday he has formed a group called Property This plan meets the needs of farm families with the emphasis being placed on comfort and con* venience. This spacious plan includes three bedrooms arranged In such a manner that the sleeping area of the house Is separated from the entertainment areas. A living room, moderate In size, is provided for formal entertainment with an adjoining living- kitchen designed for family comfort. The kitchen Is a handy "U"shaped arrangement where everything Is within reach. The dining area is separated from the work area of the kitchen with base cabinets and a built-in surface unit. The upper cabinets are suspended from the celling, thus providing an open space and counter between the dining and kitchen areas. The conventional range or separate built- in units may be used in this section. The living-kitchen opens into a screened porch. If more space is needed the living area may be expanded by enclosing the porch« For convenience, a bath with shower Is located adjacent to the property-tax discrepancies and bring them to public attention. Stevens said Hope, Benny and Brando own land In the same area of Reagan's ranch and the property will be studied. There was no comment by any of the three. The Los Angeles County Assessment Appeals Board, after a recent hearing, ordered assessment on the 54 acres owned by Reagan increased to $54, 100 from $7.500. Wore Troop* MMR Mart Tax Hlkts WASHfNGfON (AP) - Secre> tary of the treasury Henry M, Fowler, shifting emphasis from economic fd military arguments for higher taxes, says a bigger hike than originally sought may be needed If 200,600 more men are sent to Vietnam. Fowler told the Senate Finance Cofnirclttee Tuesday no decision has been made 'on any big manpower addition to the war, zoiie. But he added that If it comes about, the administration will heed more than the 10 per cent tax surcharge it has al* ready requested. Charles J. Zwtck, director of the Budget Bureau, said sending 200,000 more men to Vietnam could cost $4 billion. Although the administration hasn't abandoned economic arguments for the surcharge, the emphasis on Vietnam require* ments appeared designed to win friends for the proposal In Congress and among the public by appealing to patriotism and sacrifice at home. Fowler made his strongestbld so far to get the surcharge la* beled a war tax. Some Congress members complained last year the administration lost its chance to win quick approval of the surcharge .by not calling It a war tax—a term understandable (o everyone. There was some sentiment among administration advisers for using the war-tax label. But when President Johnson sent the measure to Congress he dwelled mostly on such issues as inflation, availability of mortgage money and the need to counter a rise in Interest rates. Responding to a question by Sen. Vance Hartke, D-Ind., Fowler told the Finance Committee he does not believe there Will be a need for wage, price and credit controls. But Fowler said If more men are sent to Vietnam, he would favor an entirely new fiscal package, Including deeper cuts In domestic spending In addition to higher taxes "or a combination of both." Fowler said he favors a pending bill to extend excise taxes on autos and telephone service. The Treasury chief also said he would support a plan by Sen. 'Clinton P/ s Anderson;'b^N. M.yto attach the administration's 10 per cent tax-hike proposal to the excise measure. "I'm In favor of anything which will bring about the enactment of this badly needed income tax increase at the earliest possible time," Fowler said. The House already has passed the excise measure, which would continue auto and telephone excise rates at current evels. levfili oo-sooci ontgomery GROCERY We Deliver Phone MARKET 223 South Main St. Hope, Ark. MIXED SAUSAGE 5 1.00 FRESH GROUND BEEF 3,1.39 FRYERS , B 29(J BEEF RIBS 3 1.29 STEW MEAT 3-1. SOLID OLEO 61. HOLSU.M n • 0r600 — /• mi gOOZ. LOAVES STEAIU7M 0PORK CHOPS2 u,1.29 LET US PROCESS YOUR MEAT IT MAKES A "DIFFERENCE" WHEN IT IS QUICK FROZEN AHOJHER 5f JTWCC OFFERED lef Uf Cure and Smoke Your Homi i Minings UBBV'S TOMATO Catsup 2 §o OK, 7114 BOTTLES 1 1 V FOLGER'S Coffee f it WHITE Scot Towels TWIN PAC 43C r WRWSST IceCream 59C | Potatoes. ii 10 IP S 45v Milk 1.00 ROGER'S 1 LB. 80Z. JAR KRAFT Grape Jelly 3 !Z&- 95(S Sugar 10 u». 1.28 002. Lemons 39^ FIRESIDE Fig Bars B. PKG.41C \ i YALU-PAC we vegetso}e Shortening 3 CAN!59C ^^^^^ TiT^^ni il tt. * s^R^^^^^^^^"* =T " MIDWEST Buttermilk 'j GAL. 45(* Fab GIANT Lettuce Hrft (MR; STM, rrWid * M*tt The store that cares about you! 'Super Right" Meats' "SUKMI6HT" SUAllfV SMOKED 14 TO 18 POUNDS AVERAGE SHANK PORTION CENTER PORTION CENTER SLICES Ib. Ib. 79c WHOLE OR 89c SHANK HALF Ib, r ALLGOOD BRAND SLICED (2-LB, PKG. 97<) BMOti "SUPER WGHf QUALrrY".HEAV¥ BEEF "SUPER RtGHf QUALITY" HEAVY BEBF Chuck Blade Roast Ln.45(» 7-Bone Roast LD 53(! HAM V HAM 'Bill i.«. goii' 1 .'**• *f?Wi1 CAP'N JOHN'S MOZIN FlttltS nOMDEI 49* COCONUT CHOC. CHIP COOKIES !.'«:55c SUPREME ZEST A SALTINES V£ 37c , HEINZ TOMATO KETCHUP Jfca 39c 1 TO 3 POUND AVIMCf—ST. PATRICK'S DAY SPECIAL CORNED BEEF BRISKET "SUPER. HIGHT".., ..It. SWIFT'S OVEN »EADY ,,lb. Mb, Pkg, CHOPPED BEEF PRESSED HAM CON*AUf r-EPPERONI SAUSAGE, n 'J CHEESE Oft HAMBUSGER iw' Jftl PIZZA *SS-8te WISCONSIN BENCH CURED SHARP We CHEESE . b 79c CAP'N JOHN'S fHOZEN BREADED CQ< SHRIMP ^.OoS ,;ID II DETERGENT FLUFFY "all __79c V Glanl Size... AUTOMATIC WASHER DETERGENT Advanced "all' ...,$2.35 Fine Quality Groceries 1 STEAKS10 79< JIFFY VANIUA OH CHOCOLATC FKOSTINO 7'/i-OZ, PKG. O« 9-lb. 13-oz. Size AUTOMATIC DISHWASHER DETERGENT 20-oz. Size... DISH "all" '.....,. ....:45C LIQUID DETERGENT Cold Water'air Quart Size- _ CAKE MIXES POWDERED DETE TREND LIQUID BLEACH PUREX ^ 34* Aitl'd 9-ot. Flavor! Pkg. 2 CHEF BOY-AR-DEE FROZEN ' JANE PARKER GOLD OR MARBLE J-CUT POUNDCAKE Mb. 9-oz. ft Q> *«hT!F AUNT JEMIMA FROZEN WAFFLES CHEF BOY-AR-DI PIZZA CHEF BOY-AR-DI PIZZA CHEF BOY-AR-DEE FROZEN JANE PARKER With 12'/,-oi. Checie Each MY-T-FINE VANILLA, CHOCOLATE, LEMON OR NUT CHOCOLATE INST. PUDDING SWEET SUE PINEAPPLE PIES ,,j.ss 39*.—" 83c LIQUID DETERQENT '',-, DOVE ...... 37c 12-oz. Size FABRIC SOFTENER Final Touch 47c EIGHT O'CLOCK WHOLE BEAN CUSTOM GROUND 3-LB. BAG $1.45 COFFEE ANN PAGE ASSORTED FLAVORS DESSERT DUMPLINGS BREAST O' CHICKEN LIGHT MEAT CHUNK TUNA FISH 3 SALAD OIL ' JEWEL OIL CHOCOLATE FLAVOR 24-or. . .Can Cam . Bottle 69* 59< 10< 49< 49* Regular Sizs.. GELATIN 4 £ 33c or 2 is. 29c NESTLES QUIK GOLDEN RISE SWEETMILK OR BUTTERMILK BISCUITS Slit 2 ,b 7$ c Qiaid Mi*, o* MaioU Salt SWEET PEAS GREEN BEANS GOLDEN CORN 17-01. Can Kitchen Mb. Sliced Can Cream 17-ox. Style ... Con Cans ANN PAGE KIDNEY OR RED BEANS A4P EVAPORATED i-Pack Carton lO'/i-oi. Jar 99< ANN PACE :.J!.a 33c TARTAR SAUCE ANN PACE SALAD 6 'c 3 o" : 93c DRESSING ft 49c OUK OWN ANN PACE CRAPE INSTANT TEA 4 £ 79c JAM or JELLY 3 j ab ; 69c ANN PAGE SYRUP Suuar i Maple SULTANA SALAD 49c DRESSING ?a'r 39C Produce! Fresh Pineapples Vine Ripe Tomatoes Fresh Green Cabbage Russet Potatoes NO COUPON NEEDED—GEr 25 EXTRA PLAID STAMPS WITH THE PURCHASE OF NABISCO CREME SANDWICH OREO COOKIES Vft 53c NO COUPON NEEDED—GET 23 EXTRA PLAID STAMPS WITH THE PURCHASE Of NABISCO FIGNEWTONS NO COUPON NEEDED—GET 21 EXTRA PLAID STAMPS WITH THE PURCHASE OF PETROLEUM JELLY V£ 43c VASELINE 59c MIDWEST Buttermilk WOMAN'S PAY ENCYCLOPEDIA OF COOKERY LANOLIN PLUS HAIR SPRAY PEBSQNNA INJECTOR BLADES V E'acK 3 $1.49 of 7 49c 69c CLIP AND SAVE CLIP AND SAVE PERSONAL SIZE IVORY (WITH THIS COUPON) LIMIT: I Coupon Per Each 4 Bars F gA§.H VAlUE-l/gOTH OF THIS QFFiR <3QQP THRU MARCH 16, 19§§ QOQP 9NkY AT A4P §UPiRMABKiT§ '. QOyERNMfriT BEaUtATIONi APPLY iwsai this week SfOCK UP ON BREAD ZBVTTERPMTtS IU5T8E CREME SHAMPOO JANE PA8KE8 PINEAPPLE PIES 4-9*. Jo. i'iiC 39c PEAS 2 8 ar45c PRICES GOOD THRU WARCH 16. 1968 QUANTITY SIGHTS 8E5E8VEO If Unjljls 19 Item, Rites? GSEEN c NIBLETS "<£27c 9 loin Ch^ck!

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