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''ljj*ff (W&ty* , f N MOP I ITAft, HOPt, ARKANSAS Thursday; September 4, YfS2 'ould Spend "Ddlldrs silly . , M«y f !$— wSt, Iflel nify* 'Hint « H* rfltlort ftt W. no grcnlpr s* rwiic (hurt «»vi«r In U. 8, gavi>tfl> out (He me*!* In With- vice piediftmidal aftPi n luodfty lour |in«, Willed Will hold It* mnlr next Momlii.v The Cull- xcnator Will Kpr-ml Frldny IdrilHy In Mnlrto In a Smifrml ipi r.ch Inut night, Ailldi Olfl "liir.ll- fitiltt' lit In- In thnl Ilio flowfiwifiil Ihnn it, liiKr* In." OH: Domuci jilli- uilinlnU- 'Imd ftiHdo n "iiii'sn" of; iliflnllon, had iiunkt M uf Uu> bijiJflfi," "ml ''•»! 'ttt finntlliiitf Oil' Conimunii'l i flolh <Jon f^wlnht KUenhow«r, tin- Herndi!l<;»n .prc»l«l<'ntl»l trwurt;- dote, nnrf IJemacraUc C*r\4Mnc MM Ki<-v«tn»ofi utrtff that tln-ro U *'» IWM" In Washington, Nixon' iflJd, fJijt. he »*ld fltevpnwm "h»'. . u< iflcph'mi? hi* apologia U> MI.I Triiinan lor nv«-n daring to *pedk at m*Mc»' *nd "obvlou*ly un'l , i(|l.(tl" In thr <>anlnniip t»»k, (JOY. McKeldin Returns $7000; in Cash Gifts i/pi -- Mnrylind'n Onv, Thfwlnrc II. McKeldin him relumed the cmh nifln given him by ttoiDc "iihl fi li'ii/U" nl a din* ui'i 1'iifly r»'(.'''Hll.v, l(i< mini Imit nlfjhl (hut hd INI* ii'nlli.'fl n ehct'li id B, Horlwt Hrfiwii, i lie Haitimuro Hopublicnn vUi'i in iniiiji-il tin 1 dlnlii'i', nnd hiin Hi own to dlxlrlbulo the iriori rcfdufd. . .. . ,. to do iin.V'j ut Ui« (VnnriiUiiUI giroh-, I, "They fimilonttd i It up." ' CH! thnl "In Irm light i i»! J clinr«<' ihtii for' JJUblic known uhniit'. JUTO urn JO whfcli buven'tj hoovered." I 4Wllt DotWHTttU iiiuli jallunn* mti»t (Jomtniif "iin-; >iu\ir.iH'lcMtitnu | Personal -To Women With lagging Backache The (juvoniiu'ii (iiH'cptiiiif:r of the |iiii»(n liiis lif«n the Inruttl of fi'Vi'iitl lilwhly nllhiil 'iliiti'itiotilH l<y fiirnii-r Ken. Mllli»rd Tyd- , wtui M<y« th<: HiiHiiint involv i Is *7,(H)O.IO. : Mi'Kelilln would not »ny how* IMA" iiiupti In" i rri'lvcil nor would lie niintfl tht» doiKim KM Tydlnuit d« TydfhKK, n DrMiiocrnt who lout '••I'- Venntc f'-!ii In HlflO, pnlntod mil' Hint thi- (tttvoriitii' Inn been one of the iiiiidt vocnl t'lHIcn of momticrK ut. I'rcmKliMil Tninuin'K stuff who; <v(i|i(«ti d»n'|i frRL'/.ei'ii nixl mink! McKi'lriin suld thr (jlfld wi'rtM hi.ni "old fi'l*<iid«i" find thnl "no fti into* worn nttiicluul," lit 1 Hnld >omt' hud inillcMicil thiil nl k-nxl purl of the moiwy nhoiild be tmert fur i'iiiii|iiil(!rt purpii-iDs nnd otlieri; tluiiijdil Ihr- Kdvensnr sihotild buy fin 1 (lie Sicilian Gang Member Held by Air Force | SAN ANTONIO, fcx , ««p! < • UP •*- A youthful filrm»n who wn« h«l<J for rirporUtlmt to I inly tf'ddy whfn ImmfttrAllon imthotl fk'H tlnwfvA hltn B* « member ><( DIP notorious Giilllrtnd K'nnR win. 1 hurt cnlUtcd in thu t) -8. Air Force. Pri«*|iiFilr Srloillnn, 21), who unlil ho w«ni AWUI, lust Aiijj 'M hud l»f en ii "model" airman IhirTi fin us' ftt t.ncttrftrid All' F"t'«' tjlut-. S:m Antonio, wan 8rr«»t' - »l I'y » l<ordei pntroliTilin fit n lin-i '(dtllon Inn- in' h»f retiirni-d from St I.«mts Sun- ; drty. It -.vim ;mriounr«'d yevterdny ! He t\iul otilli«t(-;| In thi- ;ilr fori'i- I'tnl June '£1 a* "Frnnk T ('»t;i liino," ((irii|)li-ti*'l bfi*«lr traliiliiK fit !.»< kl.iiitl AIH: 12 nnd ir<''V'crl in • 'rti-r.« to report to ai'rnifl und i-n- (•IlK- mMihnnir:!' K« hoot (it Shep- rmd All 1'oK'i' Hnte tit Wlchllu l''dlK T< x Sfl'iilinii Wild Identified In Wn«li- IlijlldH an a incmbi'i of tin Kl'"ll- Inn tenrirlM «n;it[ wlilcti pn-yerl on U'Wiid in Sicily n ml sotilh'-rn Italy nfter World W/ir II until a i-irl Ir'f-nd of niiillann enlln-d him into n rlr'ilh ii'iip anil Ihr himdit uinHp \>rirn nt ftsn Ciplnlllo, 8.r fly. on Oct. JO, 192.1. Annapolis Has Record Brigade A.VNAPQMS, Md, •^-Mor- than ? /JOO ii(tper classmen, eornposiiiK tin- Het'imd Inrgest brignilc* of miii •d'.ipirn-ri In the history of the \' S N. val Academy, will annemMf hen' F'rldwy upon their rctum fi<nn leave, The nid hand* and tlie new [ili-bcs m«ko up ii brigade tot.il- mi.! :i.74:t not far short of I a it is record ii'inibei 1 of ,'J,SI3. u- it'Kiilnr ficadomie year :i'. Aci'idemy begins on Monday I'lIU Imluyl : Mi'Ki-ltlin »nl<l lu> hddn't decided; 'W Hi" mnnt'.v WftM to bi? tisotl,^ ;t iiioU note of (ho Uiw which "luic'i iluit Hoiirci'rt of i.'iuii|>(ilnn i-iinti'lliulloiiH liiltjil ho miide public, j "tt iiiiKUl winlrnvc'HM the uplrlt, If not the letter, of the Iliw If the ni'umn iloiiiitloliN were miide In my nnnut," the (jovernor wrote NOTICE p to Iviah cost ot labor ond equipmonr we will be cW to discontinue PICK-UP and DELIVERY Sflrvlce, Wo still solicit your patronage, and can jlva you fa-.! sorvico, ' BRING US YOUR HATS. Wo do all kindi 01 Alterations. CLEANERS & HATTERS '* Elm Street,.. - ; .;i ,••••;. Hope, Ark, ;& Till' V iillltl-hl' IIH'ITIII!! W»!i Wlllll- cil lii Itnlv nil v/iii r.iiit'i ch.ir;(itiK muiiHlauiihlcr nbdurtion, iiKKrn- vnti'd iinwjitilt, iitl'-iiiptcd lioriilrl'li-' fiilrt ll'cM'il ii'idfc'islon "I fli'dirniH, iitimltinillon iiutlmritlpfi .«;iid. II' 1 iiHo 'Mitt iiniKhi f'»i' illi'Kiil •<;iilry Into thr United Sluti'.-i. lie fiirrfl |itisvltili> diiiho'iiii'iiijU' di."i;lifir(f*' from ti;i -ill' fnn-i', un!)•»> he I'iin iirovi: lie Intended no frtiud hy enlKilnu. In the hitler ciihc. In- would he dhchitrued with- mil tumor, iilr force inilhorllios Riiid K-rloi'limi w».t ileM-riheil liy I..I. John M. Ciiiioll.v, Jr., puhlic Information officer nt I.,)ickUiiul, as it "iMndi'1 iilrmnn" dni'liiK hb IWA irifnilliH' Hcrvu.-e bofore goliiK ;ih- "flit wllhoul leave, Alnniin ;i-t' (Vlho V. O'Ainhro. Ill, of Cirividenro, II, I , who know liiin nl l.arKlaiul. de ; :crih'til "C'atn- li'iii." !•>• ;i "nice HU.v" who \v,r- ' : »mni't, worked hnrd, kept clean i.iui !u<!|ied ki'e|) tlii 1 liiirraclci I'lelin " Si Htrtlno hnitl In; i.-nleri'd the U. S, Hi New York MH a SI-IIIM 10 op ihe ship Suttu'tdii Sept. 7. 1(117. ImmlKi'iitinn CoiooUMHloiH'i Ar- ,iyie It. Macl.r.v s'iiid nt Waxldnviton Sciorlino elaliiH'd birth at (Jrun.l Haplds, Mich., hul thnl iminlui'si- > 1 nit .-I'l'VltH' records sliowi-d he. WHS j in 'a loiter to Hiowo. | "Thi'i'o vvns ciM'tiiinly noUdnfi- . , ' to Jusdify oi'itlriiiiii iiltluniuh It is ; (.M-rhtips loo iniifh to exjieel tlvut M'MU'imu would not tuUo i»U- , vunliitjir.of (hi 1 ojinoi'UniUy to ninkv ili'niii«vi»(jB Oflfiltftl out c>l It." he ODD FOOD AT LOW PRICES Inlay bljA lavlngi very day at Krogar, Check the adi . . . than chock in the the ItoW; that features LOW, LOW iforo, prove to yourself that you can PRICES every day in the week. Live Bettor tor Loss at Kroger. UNA FISH No. 1 Can iX PAPER Box 29c 25c WALDORF rough,, wfttoilef tissue, COTTISSUE ft'as Old Linen. 3 R - 25c 2 "° • 23c N CAKE |tr Baked, Orange Flavor. G BACON ^ >, Slab Whole ED BACON >w Brand, tray-ppk, *• ^^w ^w ~t^^ ^^^ ^^ ^^ «conomjcal. Each Lb. Lb. 39c 49c 49c 39c mxw V , Fair, Pleasant Weather Indicated By Th« AtioelaUd Prett fair ami plfanant wonthcr np- i;.-;trcfl lii ptfinpecl (or most of Ihe i nnntry today.. It wa* a IIUlc chilljjf early today nvrr wide areas tn the Midwest, Ilif Knst ntKl thp South. But it ountlmiod hot in the Southwest and W(.-»t. Only wet spot* early today •.vert In pnrts of.Ut.-ih, Idaho and M(i!it.'m;i. Tcrnpcrnturea dnippwl to 45 in A.fl)f'vill<>, N. C.. while reading-! .i!so were 'In the 40» In parts of Ihe Midwfsl and tin- Now England ••ti-tes. Some warming was forpcast today for the North Central region Two of Escaped Inmates Caught LIMA. O., Oft— An alert Llmi! State Hospital guard l.ir.t nit'iii hflrjod capture two of three Inmates who escaped from the hospi the day before. Guard Henry Iccnnglc called a Btnte highway patrolrnim. picked up John T. O'Brant, 51, for , merly from South Bend, Ind., and j Michael Chep;ik, 33, burglar from ' Yotingstowii, O. 4 Neither offered resistance when they were recaptured along rail- roitd tracks about a mile; from the hospital. Still at large is John An Id 33, Toledo. O., who had been serving time for armed robbery. Iccnoglc and his wife saw the pair when they were out riding. Icenoglrt called Patrolman Tom Garlock. who helped him capture REAL-KILL CUAN>SMIUINO OUAR ANTIID REPHAN'S MEN'S FALL SPORT SHIRTS Rayon, gabardine and corduroy shirts in long sleeves. Colors you will like and all sizes. 1.98 to 4.98 MEN'S DRESS SHOES We have a large stock of men's shoes for school and dress. Plain toe, moccasin toe, wing tip and many other styles you will want. All sizes 6.98 to 10.98 MEN'S FALL HATS Smart new styles and shades to choose from. Get your new fall felt now. Complete range o| sizes 1.98 3.98 5.85 BOYS PLAID SHIRTS Long sleeve shirts in assorted colors. Just the shirt for school wear. 1.69 to 1.98 BOYS FALL JACKETS Poplin, satin and corduroy jackets in assorted colors. Ideal for school wear. 2.98 to 5.98 WINGS PAJAMAS Men don't miss these values in broadcloth pajamas All sizes. Stripes and patterns 3.98 MEN'S JACKETS AND SPORT COATS 9.98 to 16.98 You'll want one of these smart jackets and sport • coats when you see them. Gaberdine jackets and rayon sport coots in the colors you like. All sites. Use our Lay-Away. Hv A 9 ° iroe t ° f fQ " ° nd Winter clothes for ever X mem ber of the l-t" d ™ ore .9° ods °"> arriving each day. You'll like the values and have -vtf th* PnC "n C °T< '" ° Lnd Sd(kf y° ur necds now " Remember we have everythmg you'll need for the boys and girls back to school clothes. LADIES FALL (OATS Smart new styles and materials for Fall ' and Winter. You'll want to get your coat now. All sizes. to 34.98 LADIES FALL-WINTER DRESSES Falls smartest styles in both dressy and casual type dresses. New materials and colors. All sizes. to Use Our Lay-Away Plan — / • ^^^^"^^^•••"••"•"^^••••••^^••B LADIES FALL SUITS A new suit is a must for fall. ' Pretty new styles and materials in these smart suits. Dark and pastel shades. All sizes. ' ALL WOOL TOPPERS Ladies you'll want a new^ topper and you'll want one of these. Assorted colors, and these are regular 16.98 values. Ladies Fall PURSES Just the purse for that fall outfit. All colors and shapes. 1.98 to 3.98 Plus tax USE OUR LAY-AWAY FALL HATS Lactoes smart new felts in all the fall colors and smartly trimmed. All sizes.. 2.98 to 4.98 CHILDREN SCHOOL DRESSES Pretty little dresses that are ideal for school. Gingham, prints and others in assorted colors 1.49 ,o 2.98 LADIES FALL SHOES Ladies fall sondals, casuals, and dress shoes in fall colors and many styles. All sizes. 2.98 to 7.98 LADIES OXFORDS Ladies fall oxfords and loafers that ore real buys at this special low price 3.98 WE CASH YOUR PAYROLL CHECKS REPHAN'S HOPE'S FRIENDLY DEPARTMENT STORE , September 4,1952 HOP| STAR, MOPI, ARKANSAS PRESCOTT NEWS Rev. Johnson Elected Ministerial Alliance President The Rev. Clarence Johnson was Selected president of the Prescott I Ministerial Alliance to succeed the • Rev. W. G. Bensberg. Rev. Warren j Cioiden was elected secretary treasurer to succeed the Rev. Wesley Lindsey. the Hev. Charles Porter is vice president. The election was held at tne breakfast meeting of the Alliance at Hotel Lawson on Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Thomas • Has Barbecue Supper Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Thomas entertained with a chicken barbeque supper at their homo on Friday evening. The supper was'served buffet style from the dining table 'divercd with a white cloth nnd centered with a blue pottery bowl filled with wild fern. The nuohts, Rev. and Mrs. W. D. Golden. Miss Simnnc Golden, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Cox, Harley Cox, M.-S. John Barrow Jr., Chris anc John Harley of Helena, Bill Gerbei Miss Betty Jo Pippin of Memphis and Jim Thomas of Little Rock were seated at small tables on the lawn. Mrs. Frank Gilbert Hostess To Circle 1, WSCS. Mrs. Frank Gilbert was hostess to Circle 1 of the WSCS of the Methodist Church at her home on Monday afternoon-Mrs. Gilbert presided in the ab sence of the chairman Mrs. A. M Rettig, and opened the meeting w.lh the business session. Mrs. Simon Webb presented th devotional on "The Word of Re conciliation" and led in prayer Mrs. Sam Vick Scott gave the im prcssive program on "O Tell Y The Story" followed with prayer. A delicious sandwich course wa served to seven members durin the social hour. Rev. and Mrs. W. G. Bensber attended open house for the Rev and Mrs. Dayion Cartleman a the Wc.itminsier Presbyterian Chu ch in Toxarkana Thursday even ing at which time Mrs. Bensber sang several numbers. .er parents, Mr. and Mrs. Her- •ey Bemis. Mrs. Don Sallec and son Thoms Gene of Albuquerque, N. M., vho are the guests of Mr. and itrs. J. T. McRae. have return- d from a visit with Mr. and Mrs. r\. O. Hayes in Hot Springs. Mrs. Steele Moore. Sammy and Eskeridge Ruth of Dallas, Texas are visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. O. jOgan. Mr. Moore returned home ifter a weekend visit. Jim Thomas of Little Rock spent he weekend with his parents, Mr. d Mrs. Cha.ilc Thomas. Bill Gerber and Miss Betty Jo Pippin of Memphis were weekend quests of Harley Cox and Miss Mary Lou Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. Wells Hamby spent tlie weekend in Memphis as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. L,assiter. Calls Crusade to Aid Persons Handicapped WASHINGTON. — <UP> President Truman called today for a "real crnsado" to help handicapped I rrsons "help tluMnselves to win a ri-al opportunity for good, produc- u\ o. decent lives." Thv Pi evident made the state- ivent in a speech before the President's committee on employment of the physically handicapped, i: uroup formed five years a«o to help restore disabled persons to useful lives. As part ot the observance of "employ the physically handi- Ci.pped week," Mr. Truman pre- •..•ented tl-e President's trophy for I'm "outstanding performance of the yeai" by a handieapped person to Nils S. Josefson, Franklin i Park, 111. ; Josefson. permanently crippled as a result of un injury aboard un aircraft carrier during World War Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor and children of Ft. Worth. Mr. and Mrs. James L. Ellis and daughter of Tcxarkana were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.'A. Eagle. Russian despots can be made so unbearably difficult that the enslaved peoples will renounce their rule. That was shown in Yugoslav- II, received the trophy from the President In his wheel chnir. The 31-year-old veteran is President ofi the Paraplegics inanufactL-vlng co., j > which was established in 1951 with' other disabled veterans. The firm, which produces small electronics equipment, now employes 80 pe- FOIIS, many of them handicapped.' Mr. Truman said there have been "solid gains" in rehabilitating handicapped persons dnrim: the past five years, but "we are Still: only working around the edges, ot i the problem. . ." I "We are providing tor our vet-1 erans," he said, "but our work for; non-veterans is not nearly far! anoufih advanced." i The president pointed out th:u! 2,"iO,tX)0 civilians became disabled! last yoar, but "our best efforts brought rehabilitation to fewer than 70,000."% "We must broaden out our pro- grams—onr rehabilitation programs and our job placement work as well- until they ;.re hig enough to give the proper help to everyone wl.o needs it," lie said. j "This is not a matter of charily.; i Thi.s is a matter of economies as ' well as social justice, U is not i only that these people need our j help. Wo need them. We need them i as productive workers, we need ! them as good citizens and taxpayers. Pat Combs of El Dorado was the weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. McSwain. He was accompanied home by Mrs. Combs and Jon who have spent the past two •vccks with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Skippy White of Arkadclphia spent the weekend ,'ith their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Wilburn Willis and Glenn spent the week ejid in Shreveport v/ith her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Barbed and with her orumer i-"tc. Harold Barber, who has recently returned from Korea. Warren Kinney has returned to Faycllcville after a week end visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Kinney. Mr. and Mi's, Cecil Grantt and Charlotte, who have been the guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Atkinson and Mrs. Cecil Grantl Sr. have returned to their home in Magnolia. Mr. and Mrs. Dallis Atkins have had as their guests Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Mitchell and Marcia o£ Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Vick Scott and children have returned from a motor trip in the Ozark Moun tains. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Pledger of Dallas have been the guests of Terms Charge Against Ike as'AbsurcT NEW YORK —I/Pi— John Foster Dulles, answering a statement by President Truman, says it is "absurd to suggest" that Dwight U Eisenhower is seeking a revolt of unarmed peoples under the Soviet yoke. Dulles, foreign policy adviser to the Republican presidential candidate, made the statement yesterday in replying to what he called \ attempt? by Truman to "belittle j and besmirch" Eisenhower. , I Truman, speaking Tuesday at; Parkersburg, W. Va., accused the Republicans of playing "cruel, gutter politics with the lives of countless good men and women behind the Iron Curtain." Truman interpreted an earlier declaration by Eisenhower as an apparent call for revolt by nations captured by the Soviet. The President, said, however, that he didn't really, believe the. Republicans wanted revolts but were merely bidding for votes on the issue. Dulles' comment on that was: "It is, of course, absurd to suggest that Gen. Eisenhower anticipates invoking wholesale insurrection by unarmed slaves. Premature a-evolt would expose the patriotic- people to liquidation." Dulles, who distributed his reply to Truman at Eisenhower's region al campaign headquarters here continued: "There arc countless peaceful ways by which the tasks of the The controversy grew from Ei-i sctihowcr's address before the I American Legion National Conven-; Uon last week, in which he said: i "We can never rest and we must] so inform all the world including the Kremlin that unlil the enslaved nations of the world have in the fullness of freedom the right to choose their paths, that then, and only then, can wo say that there is a possible way of. living peace fully and permanently with communism in the world." I Dulles, in his written statement! yesterday, said. "We ran trust the j man Eisenhower who . won the i peace, rather than the man Tru- j man who lost it." ! Portugese Announce Six-Year Plan LISBON, Portugal l/IV-Thc Portu Kuese government announced last night a 13>;j billion cscudero ('I72>i million dollar* six-year development of new ones both nl home from her age-long dependence on foreign producers. The plan calls for expansion of existing industries and the develop- mcntof new ones both at. home and in Portugal's overseas territories. Hens on U. S. farms laid billion eggs in May, 1952. COME! HAVE FUN AT . . . TtXAKKANA THRU TH 9 BIG DAYS 9 BIG NIGHTS Don't Miss (he EDDY ARNOLD SHOW ONK DAY ONLY FRIDAY SEPT. 12th 3:30 and 8:00 p.m. Admission $1.00 Plus Tax Children SOc Incl. Tax FREE VAUDEVILLE ACTS BUY WITH CONFIDENCE BUY WELL KNOWN BRANDS WILSON'S CRISPRITE BACON U. S. No. 1 POTATOES 10 47c 59c ARKANSAS MAID PICNIC HAMS Lb. 39c ORANGETTE, LEMONETTE OR GRAPETTE.SYRUP. U. S. CHOICE — RIB or BRISKET BEEF STEW *.. 31c Lb. 35c MRS. WILKE'S J £ L L T Assorted Flavors 11OII and DIANNE A Thriiilni; Rkatlnc Art BUD A MOSE KI.ARA >nd EUGENE 'Juejllnj at III Beit HARRIS NELSON A Rlntoni LlTCly Musical Routlnt EihlhiHnn Roping Slil'T. Hlh, 15tU Matinee 2:30 Nijflit 8:00 FHKK TICKF.TS to VaodeTlllt jet tickets from KAIlt CATALOO AI)V;:i;T!Sl:llS or (ram E.TmmTOKS In Mertnantl Bulletins at 1 slrjroundi 4 BIG VAUDEVILLE ACTS FREE CONCERTS 3:30 to 4:30 P.M. RODEO ARENA RODEO 16-20 Glass 17c PILLSBURY'S CAKE MIX FOOD Box 65c A Complete New Show Cowboys! Cowgirls! , Clowns! Brohama Bulls, Roping, Riding,Bull Dogging as you have never seen before. AUULTR 11.1)11 CHILDREN Ito INCLUDING TAX 1000 FREE EXHIBITS The Big Square Dance JAMBOREE Featuring . The "LIGHTCRUST DOUGH BOYS" 7:00 P.M. Sept. 13th Admission Children tit MM Spectator! Me . SQUARE DANCE JAMBOREE ADMIRATION COFFEE &87c ARKANSAS MAID PORK SAUSAGE NIAGARA 2ROM' 85c STARCH Mix with Cold Water Box 23c POPULAR BRANDS CIGARETTES Carton $2.33 BRIGHT AND EARLY COFFEE ^ HOBBS Grocery & Market » 83c We Deliver $7,00000 (N FREE PRIZES FREE EXHIBITS Fine C»tll» Breed* U IDC'J K»» KabUti Wild Life Merchant! UiipUji ilone e EcoAo Fine Art Mink Poultry Farm Mieblntr; Televliioa EaUblli "Han" Kadi* OemuustrtUtu FRANKLIN SHOWS kmericg'l Clcunetl ShoM 16 Ridei -6 SKgwj ON THE MIDWAY GIGANTIC PARADE FRI. SEPT, 12-1 P.M. Eddy Arnold Show land — Poby Te*a$-Po{ifi« FOUR STATES FAIR CHILDREN U AND UHDil IQc 8PBISG I4IIS F4BK f if ait Arti Op«n _ T«t»»» «. Fr«Jl W«**r — SOc A & P's tow/ low Mil Civ* Yov MILD A MBit more good food for tifoor food dollar TRY NEW ANSI PAGE Krunchy Lunch PEANUT BUTTER Special Introductory Price... I 12-oz. Glass SttATA&f>! COFFI Ulfc. 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