Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on April 11, 1968 · Page 9
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Thursday, April It, 1968 B&PW Groups Hold Mooting Horo HOPMAW) STAR, Prtirtwl by Offset ;:•*•.*?, fi ! -fv tiifr'ti^m' , » •§• KIQTvn < ,/,<* PICNICS DECKER QUALITY SHORT SHANK LB, CELLO BAG Loft to right in the above picture are: State President, La Veta Mouser, Hope Civic Participation chairman. Mary Coe, First Vice President, Ruth Purma, B & PW Club President, Joe Mae Ciark, State — Velora Bright photos with Star camera Young Entertainers. Railway Statistics Questioned Fire Set at Little Rock LITTLE ROCK (AP)—Police said Wednesday a fire tliat was discovered early Wednesday morning at a Little Rock lumber company and extinquished before it could do any serious damage was set by a bottle soaked with kerosene found un- WORLD ALMANAC FACTS LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Com- "merce Commission Cliairman John Norman Harkey questioned Wednesday statistics pro- ^ a burjng J)Jle of Iumbei - t .sented by six railroads who have asked the commission for .increases in thojr interstate freight rates. Harkey asked Robert H. -'Lindsay, an economics and statistical expert for the Western Kailroad Traffic Association and chief witness for the railroads, how the railroads arrived fit a low rate of return on its investment. Lindsay said the railroads Showed a steady increase in profit from I960 through 19G5 h'om 3.72 per cent in 1960 to 4.G8 in 19GT and that if the trend Continued the railroads would 0<>t seek the increase. Lindsay said, houvver, the rate full slightly in 19GG and Uiun sliarply the first six inontlis of 19G7 to 3.G3 per cent. - Harkey pointed out, however, th-U the drop wns at least partially due to a $-10 nrllion increase in the railroad's invest- Ujent and tliat the railroad's a-Vera^e investment over the Previous five years liad been $10.") million. Alter cent lines of iiu'iil over tlu> shape o! earth. si'ieittist.s not o loiu; ;.i^n discredited tilt. 1 liel' tliat tin' earth is hul ha\e al.su shuun lhal tin' I'arlh is nut pei ieetl\ '•mint) Tlit 1 World Almanac sa\s that thf earth is Hat- It-Mr. I at both poles and I li i- 1 i' I u i e is Mot a true sphere but an oblate spher di I ui ellipsoid The pular i. ii Yimilri eiK'e ui tlii- t',u III is U !Mi miles less Hum the ci|iialni lal ul '.'I '.Ml'..' II ciivumjci eiu r Decrease in Vietnam War Casualties SAIGON (AP) - U.S. casualties in the Vietnam war decreased last week wliile those of South Vietnamese government forces went up. U.S. headquarters also reported a drop in the number of enemy killed, but South Vietnamese headquarters said (lie number of enemy dead rose sharply. The weekly reports of enemy dead from the two conniinds frequently differ. The U.S. Command said 279 Americans wore killed last week and 3,190 were wounded, Of the wounded, 1,344 required hospitalizution. A week earlier, the American totals were 330 killed and 3,88G wounded. South Vietnamese headquarters reported 407 government troops killed last week, 1,479 wounded >m.l 14 missing in action. The week before tho Vietnamese reported 393 in<?n killed, 1,1 GO wounded and 41 missing. The South Vietnamese coin- in and said 4,012 enemy were kille.l in action last week and "K)9 were captured. The U.S. Command reported 2,251 o*' the enemy \vere killed but said that figure w.is "subject to aljust- U.S.A.- Unite, Share, Act stressed B&PW ClubState President Ruth Purma of Rogers in a message to the Southwest District B&PW Club members who gathered in Hope Sunday, April 7 for a Spring Workshop at the Hempstead County Courthouse. A Space Theme was used for the decorations to carry out the year's topic, "All Systems Go." In her welcome address LaVeta Mouser, Hope B&PW Club President, advised the members to "shoot for the stars." Mrs. Hervey Holt gave a thought - provoking devotion, "What Is Security?" and Hope Career Girls also participated in the morning program. Accompanying herself on the guitar, Mary Ellen Holder sang "Moon River," and taking part in a skit were Jeanne Pruden, Twila Hunt, Martha Bader, Cynthia Trout, Ellen Turner, Jenny Tolleson, Kathy Lewis, and Bitsy Morris. Workshops on a large variety of subjects were held throughout the morning. Luncheon for 96 at the Town and Country was followed by more workshops in the afternoon. A large revolving globe at the luncheon gave emphasis to a discussion of World Affairs by Lorene May of Waldron. She emphasized, "Don't take America for granted," and she said, "B &PW Club members should learn to communicate and be involved ; in the club, the community, and the world." Warns About Pre-co/ive/iffOfi Commitments WASHINGTON (AP) - National Chairman John M. Bailey is taking the lead in a strong movement among Democratic organization members to avoid pre-convention commitments to potential presidential nominees. If the movement spreads as indicated the Democrats could wind up in August with the kind of a wide-open convention politi- cans talk about but which seldom materializes. Bailey said in a telephone interview that since President Johnson took himself out of consideration he intends to remain "absolutely neutral" in the nomination contest. "I have a convention to run," he said, "and I am not going to take sides." Riiley indicated he expects to remain national chairman through the convention, after which the nominee usually picks his own nun. It is Bailey's stated intent to have the 41-vote Connecticut delegation, which presumably would have been behind Johnson, go to the Chicago convention uncommitted. He is state cliairman as well as national chairman. Indications are that Sens. Robert F. Kennedy, and Eugene J. McCarthy and Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey all will have strength in the delegation and it can be expected to break wide open at the convention. Only Kennedy and McCarthy have announced is candidates but Humphrey is poised to enter the race after Easter, Sn. Joseph S. Clark, D-Pa,, expects to lead a 130-vote Pennsylvania delegation to Chicago under an uncommitted banner. Clark, a candidate for re-election, previously had said he would support Johnson. Clark is keeping himself neutral in a contest in which the state Democratic organization leaders can be expected to urge delegate candidates previously backing Johnson to swing to Humphrey. Delegate candidates supporting McCarthy and Kennedy are running in the April 23 Pennsylvania primary and some probably will be elected. Weiners BABY BEEF Chuck Roast FRESH LEAN Ground Beef 2 3 BRISKET LB. BAG Fresh Dressed GRADE "A' 5 TO 7 LBS. Hens 39C 85(J Stew Meat COTTON BOWL 59(J Bologna COUNTRY STY1 Sausage COUNTRY STYLE PAN LBS. LBS. LBS, Choice Baby Beef Sirloin Steak Lb. 79(! Good Lean Pork Chops Wilson Quick Crispy Sliced Bacon L Lbs. 1.1JJ • • 'A • LETTUCE SUNKIST LEMONS RUSSET POTATOES GOLDEN DELICIOUS APPLES FRESH GREEN ONIONS CARROTS LARGE CRISP HEAD BAKING SIZE 2 • • • * Hunts - Halves Peaches 3 2/2 Sizefrl Cans 4) I Hunts Fruit Hunts Solid Pack Tomatoes *\ Co in «P I BUNCHES LB. CELLO BAG DOZ. DEL MONTE • Pineapple Juice SCOTT JUMBO Paper Towels 4 3 KLEENEX 46 OZ. CANS ROLLS $1 Facial Tissue SOFT WEAVE ] $1 Tissue SOFT WEAVE BATHROOM 2 8 200 COUNT ROLLS 25* $1 Del Monte Sugar P eas 4 303 <M Cans 4> I Del Monte White Corn 4c°L89(} Dole Sliced Crushed or Chunk Pineapple 3 1/2 SizeOQfl Cans 03 V ASSORTED Snowdrift Shortening Pillsbury Cake Mix Kraft Jelly Hershey Candy Folgers Coffee Folgers Inst. Coffee Pet Milk Midwest Mellorine X 3 Go I. ALL FLAVORS PLAIN OR ALMOND R V'S ^^^H ^^^* ^^^B jjlj. ^BBBI^^ WE DELIVER PHONE 7-4404

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