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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 10

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Page Ten HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS HE MAKES HENS'TEETH | , Dentist For Millions Of Chickens - • <•] ' "Who said hens' teeth are scarce? Lonpr npjo pouTtrymcnf foxind that hens (and broilers, too) need teeth. Teeth help' chickens turn feed into eggs and meat at lowest cost — help; keep the grocery Ml down. j That's why "Doc" Charles It. Davidson, Sr., president <x£ the ; Stonemo Company, Inc., is considered America's No. 1 dentist ; for chickens. From his unique mine at Lithonia (from the Greek : Jithos. or stone) in the heart of Georgia, Davidson produces tons of grit — millions of teeth for chickens. These arc small, \ml- • lorm pieces of granite that chickens love to cat The "teeth" more into the gizzard to grind np feed. ; This special granite grit has hundred's of grmdlnR surfaces wliich. help chickens get the most from each bite of food. As a j result, ench hen Jays more eggs — each broiler is plumper •— '• •when it has "Doc's" teeth. Wants to Know of Prc-salc of Bonds LITTLE' ROCK, (AP)—An opponent of Oov. Orval E. Fatibus* proposed $60 million state bond issue called today for public announcement ot any prc-srale con- Man Flees With $27,000 Check DE WITT, Ark. (Apt—A man fled with a $27,000 cashier's check from the De Wilt Rank & Trust Co. teller's window at nearby Gillett Tuesday. Rank President R. II. Macldox said the check was made payable to him (Maddox) and could not be cached unless the signature was forged, Macldox said the man represented himself as an oat buyer and presented a cashier's check for $42,800. The man asked the woman teller for some cash, for other money to be deposited in a savings account, some in a checking account and a $27,000 cashier's check, Maddox raid. When the teller went to call the main office lo get approval for the deal, the man grabbed up the twu checks and other papers and fled, Maddox said. The man had Maddox name put on the check because he said he intended to open a special account with the main bank, Macldox said. Sront Is Against 5IIERIDAN. Ark. (AP) - Tlio ant County Farm Bureau Tues> y night adopted a resolution op- 00 Communists Killed in Saigon SAIGON, South Viet Nam (AP) .ing°Gov" Orval"E/Fauinis SfiO '-More than no Communist terror- llion bond proposal which will isl " (lip(1 '" t' 1l ' cc fiei 'y clashes with South Viet Nam armed Osceola, forces over the weekend, the gov- voled on June 27, .larold Ohlemlorf of , esident of the Arkansas Farm i "rnrncnl reported today. ireau Federation, heads a group' mpaigning for the bond plan. trie! for the bonds. Eugene Warren of Little Rock slid that prc-sale contracts with l»nd dealers are legal and an oe- [epled practice but that he felt e public was entitled lo know if ich an arrangement had been acle for the proposed bond is- Wants Full Report to Russians GENEVA (AP) — The United States challenged the Soviet Union today to let its citizens get a full report on an American-British plan to ban nuclear weapons tests. Arthur H. Dean. U.S. delegate to the deadlocked three-power nuclear test ban talks here, referred to the Western draft treaty now being circulated among the U.N. He told Soviet negotiator Semyon K. Tsarapkin at the 315th session of the 31-month-old talks: * "I hope that henceforth the citizens of Moscow will have an equal opportunity to acquaint themselves with the proposals of each.side at the U.N. office in Moscow." That would enable the Soviet public to form an independent judgement on the Geneva negotiations for an East-West accord to halt the atomic armaments race, he added. The American-British paper was submitted here two months ago and is the on-!y complete treaty draft before the marathon conference. Tsarapkin has frequently belittled the draft. -It contains a series of Western concessions on the issue of controls. That issue has' blocked any significant progress since the talks began. ' Tsarapkin immediately responded to Dean's remarks. Conference sources said he described the Western draft as "notfiing new" and a mere compilation of agreed and unagreed points whicH* has hampered the talks. Make-lt-Yourself For a "Song" That and similar reports last week indicate the biggest out- i break of large-scale fighting since just before the April 3 presidential election, when the Viet Cong mounted attacks in battalion 'strength in an unsuccessful effort j to disrupt the election. | Western .sources have generally i confirmed government figures on | the numbers of Communists killed • or captured. However, figures on ivernmenl losses are uncertain. •i-i- 4tm~ T •• " ••"•*• •' ' — New Carlisle Coaeh . CONWAY, Ark. (AP) «*tllilV Stephens of Comvay, .who jh«ai been coach at Carlisle High School for the past five years, ^,.,,-,u n^v/i» .in •—^-^ .lie...-- •• - - , will becotne football coach at Highway Commission will receive Trujillo Jr., who succcededjlo the jp aragould High School. He will succeed Dale Hanks. who resigned. Stephens compiled a 41-14-1 rec« ord at Caflwi" Free Ferry Bids Trujillo Wished to Be Taken Well by Actress LITTLE ROCK (AP)-Thc state HOLLYWOOD f/\P) - Rafael Highway Commission will receive Trujillo Jr., who succeeded lo the bids June 28 for the operation of a : dictatorial power of his late ta- frce furry across the White River ther in the Dominican Republic, between Allison and Syfamore, of- was the recipient of good wishes ficials said Tuesday. The commis- i from Kim Novak. sion wil install a cable operated ferry between the two points and the successful bidder will operate the facility under a five-year contract. Allison is in Stone County and Sylamore is in Izard County. The blonde actress,' young Truj- jillo's frequent date when he visited Southern California three ears ago, disclosed Saturday hat she had sent hrfn a telegram. Electrical Power Cut in One Area LITTLE OCK (AP)—A reduction in electric power and natural Warren nlro charged that the- piblic school fund stands to lose ndarly $2 million in revenue if the hcind issue is- .approved by voters atla special election June 27. This, hq said, is because horse race' gns rates to northeast Arkansas use tax revenue pledged to j and Missouri customers of Arkan- saK-Mifsouri Power Co. went into effect June 1, the Arkansas Public S i' r v i c e Commission disclosed Tuesday. Electric rates were decreased about 1.7 cents per month and the sas rale was trimmed ] about 2 rents per 1.000 feet to i heavy «as user?:. The reduction was due to system wide earnings of more than the allowable rate of I'd urn, the utility said. the) bonds wouldn't provide but abbtit $1 million'of the $4.5 million a year needed for bond retirement. Barren forecast that $1.9 million of the remaining $3.5 million ycaVly would come from school funds, with the rest to be taken from the University of Arkansas, state colleges and other educational operating funds. Arkansas Golfer ro Houston U, LAFAYETTE, Ind. (AP) — Arkansan Dick Crawford, NCAA individual champion the past two years, will be a member of the Powerful University of Houston team in the G4th annual National Collegiate Golf Championships. The event is set for June 1R-24 at Purdue University. Houston has been team champion tor five coi> sccutive years. Star Farmer MONTICELLO, Ark. (AP) — David Singleton, 17, of Searcy was named Arkansas star farmer a the Future Farmers of Amcric; state' convention here Saturday Peggy Lewis, 16, of Magnolia wai selected as FFA sweetheart. "I told him,", she said, Zthat my prayers were with him "id I asked God to help him in this 'hour of his country's need." shop VE TWICE. .. on price... then with 1 ' S&H Green RUSTON, B OLD PLAIDS make big fashion news this season and especially when used with this oh-so-feminine pattern. The dramatic wide fringe at sleeves and skirt "sing" with originality. It's Simplicity pattern No, 3599. Talon's 24" Magic-Zip neck- type closure .runs down the back to assure perfect fit... a cinch to apply by following instructions in the zipper package and the sewing guide line on either side of the zipper chain. Make it in wool, silk or cotton, for town or country life. California Lemons Lb 15c Bing Cherries . Con>om : o: ..,.L b .49c Pineapple Mexican SWANSDOWN White, Yellow or Devil Food Reg. $| Pkgs. Writer Dies at Age of 86 Kennedy Keeps Old Promise WASHINGTON (AP)—President Kennedy today kept a 15-month- o!d promise to greet the senior class of Tomah (Wis.) High School. Ninety-four strong, including a scattering of parents, the seniors had a return visit with Kennedy ZURICH, Switzerland (AP)— on the White House lawn and Karl H. von Wiegand, at 86 the formed a cheering section as he 1 Lb. Box 27c Kroger Crackers Frozen Tuna Star Kist Chunk Style 33c jserves LIQUID Asst. flavors Kraft 5 8-Oz. $139 Cant I ,8-0, 3^ .. KROGER 6 oz. Can / Macaroni & Cheese S Casserole—Frozen 20 oz. dean of American foreign correspondents, died today. Von Wiegand was chief foreign correspondent for Hearst Newspapers. In 60 years as a newspaperman he had covered many of ths historic events of his era. He covered 12 large and small wars. He became ill two weeks ago in Tokyo, and was flown back to Zurich, where he had a home. He died of pneumonia in the Hirschlanden Clinic. Von Wiegand was born In Hesse, Germany, and was taken to the United States as an infant. He joined the San Francisco Examiner in 1902, and later worked for the Los Angeles Examiner, The Associated Press and the New York World. He became a chief foreign correspondent for the Hearst papers in 1917. took off in a Marine -Corps helicopter for'AhnapoUs to" deliver tHe commencement address at the Naval Academy. The class showed up at the White House Tuesday but was to early to see Kennedy, flying in from his talks with Soviet Premier Khrushchev, French President Charles de Gaulle and British Prime Minister Harold MacMillan. The White House invited them back this morning. That was to make good on a written pledge which the class exacted from Kennedy when he visited their school for an hour during the presidential primary campaign in Wisconsin March 9, 1960. The General Found in Time Favors Upping Aid $225,800 PILLSBURY ROBIN HOOD plain or self-rising 'mfyM^ig^^\-^.</^^^^^^^^-^^^^ Shop These Big Meat Values at Big Chain Sirloin Steak Stew Meat Bite size Rib Roast E?; QUALITY CONTROLLED LEAN Kroger Tenderay Beer K9etTendefoy Lb. 59c SfaRn ib n9 Baby Beef Liver '£±2 Lb 59c Pork Butt Roast fir. ^ u. 43e Cheese Kroger American Sliced ....... I ei. pkg, 33c KROGER TENDERAY IONELESS IOSTON ff roast LITTLE ROCK (AP>—State Ed- juc&tion Commis-sioner Arch Fore ; said today he will recommend CHATTANOOGA (AP) — The'; $225.800 increase in transportation mysterious disappearance of The ', aid to school districts this year. General was solved today by a! If approved by the state Board reporter; was moved from Union j of Education at a meeting Mon- Station here to be reconditioned. | day, this would make the total But with the city's first Civil I transportation aid $5,170,500. The War Centennial observance only'Arkansas Legislative Council, aft- 15 days away. Chattanooga awoke ' er a study last fall, recommended to what seemed like utter tragedy | the increase, when it found The General miss-1 The 1931 legislature appropri- ing. lated $6 million & yepr for trans- Reporter Grady Gallant found '. portation aid during the next two The General in the Cravens Shops. J fiscal years. It was being oiled, painted and reconditioned for a Southwide tour as part of the Centennial celebration. . The General—once the subject of a movie, "The Great Locomo- ft-~.~~~. Kraft Crocker Barrel Sharp A&£- Pick ^tirlr* Cheese s-o.. w e d 9e ... 4u . . i3'/2-ot.wed 9e O3c nsn STICKS $t Cheese Dip Swift Prem. Bologna, Pickle ** 6-ox. Pimento, Olive, Liver Cheese X Pkgs. Ham Steaks Centers tor butting \ Lb. U M . 49c ^ .>*, 39c ireakfa«t Center SHces ...... Lb. 79C NEUMOFF SUGAR CURED SMOKEDl Portion Lb. 39C Discount Sale mfg. savings passed on to you! 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