Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 21, 1954 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 21, 1954
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HOPE STAR, HOM, ARKANSAS Friday, January 22, 1954 ^ SMtfs Sold worth hone. C6Ueges grew out of the volun laty association of students and teachers at universities. ty Market Coles tee Cream & Gentry Hard*' WMm luck Roast *V'''fc«' , T-Bones, Ribs 39c ^et Rib Stew Meat I9c ood Round Steak ff £ - resh Beef Liver . . i i esh Skinless Weiners 33c !b. 'Block Chili . . 33C c i esh Pork Ribs . . . 49c olpgna by the piece _"£ -!ff f , j-it. ^j^k ^^ moked Jowls .... 33C 19c ^ Ifi Pork Chitterlings 19c Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. Cotton Picker Inventor Dies at Pine Bluff PINE! BLUFF UP) — .Tohn Daniel Rust, 61-yertr-old inventor of rncchon'cal cotton picker bearing his name and pioneer in harvest ing nipchinery, died here yester day of a heart attack. Rust built the first mechanics picker in the 1930s. It could pick a bale of cotton an hoiir. After years of frustrating troubl' with patents and working bugs out of his cotton picker, Rust finally saw '.iis picker fntftit$|£ttired in volume by J949. At that&hrie, Ben Pearson Inc., of PlheJjpfiKtff ntid the Allis-Chalmers Co., 'Hf 'Milwaukee began building Rust-type cot ton pickers in volume. Last year Rust won a $61,000 royalty suit against Pearson. parts "of his program, particularly his farm rogram, was not enthusiastic 1 . .Will h e fight for his program? Ox tails Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. !&L*I IfshNeck Bones jJl Pig Tails . . iPork Ears . Hocks . . * " ^ Fish . . . ;sh Buffalo CUT UP Lbs. C Lbs. t»!, lit Limit 'One' Pbif Limit One Sack SACK m*- Ike Completes a Year in the White House By JAMES MARLOW WASHINGTON, l/fl .When Pres. ident El. senhcnver hopped out of bed this morning and I looked in the mirror, he may have thought: "How did I ever come to let myself in for this? He hod moved Into the White HOUSG one year ago. And it had been a tough grinding year The face which gazed back at him in the mil-row looked a little older. Not much. Just a little. But if he wondered why he had been willing to carry on his back that mountain called the presidency, 'it was probably ^a' thought that lasted only an instant. 'He was still as Jaunty as ever, working harder and 1 onger hours, perhaps, than any. he had endured since those days en the eve of the invasion of Normandy, nearly 10 years ago. He seemed, judging from the quick grin he couid produce, to be enjoying his job. He was still enormously popular. And he was still amazingly free from personal abuse. He was wiser, no doubt, than he had been that day. a year ago when le stood for hours watching the Inaugural Pjirada. In his first year, ie ! frankly concedes, ,,he was a political novice. He doesn't claim political mastery now. : , ''; / : His handling of Congress -.-. this year will-illustrate his- political, development, or lack 'of "it. Last year he was .mild and, gentle with ;he. lawmakers. Some of his : cri- iics'said he was more -anxious to be liked than to lead. '.•,. • ' His friends gave another explanation: he was using 1953 to get his Di-ogram ready for 1954, so there vas no reason in 1953 to antagonize -legislators whose- -help he might otherwise -get' for his program this year." Last year he had' Sen. Robert A. Taft:of Ohio, doing 'tiujch. of the n-fi,3hling for him at the: Capitol Taft's dead now, and no one around can take Taft's place 'in a lurry. • • . • . : Toward the end • of his first war, Eisenhower gave signs of a oughening attiturl?, which" may be an indication, of. the mood he'll use in 1954. ' ,' That wris when • Smr. McCarthy fR-Wi?) made his unexpected criticism of, Eisenhower's -continued aid to allies who trade with Red China. Secretary of State Dulles replied defending his-: 'policy and Eisenhower bached Dulles. ' ; . If that; wasn't Eisenhowet's notification to Congress his novice days wer& over, maybe this was: his statement that : tHe Republican dbn't deserve to keep control ol Congross in November's elections unless they pass a progressive program. '• ••.";•,," It was ad vice; which; seemed .like water off the backs of : some of his Republicans whose response to LASTCDAYS Don't miss thig oppor tun There's still time, but k I you'll have to hurry, 1^^^ ^BPr ^^^BHi^^P^ NATIONS J*^%<^^» " IMV9 yow colored until they fop the 4oll choice, Ge^ your FREE Everybody's waiting to see. H he'sight: over t he telephone, through In fiis State of the Union mes- view which may turn out to be does, it may not be audible. In-j envoys, or by calling the legisla- sage Eisenhower sounded pretty more ass.umpion than fact. In this stead of public denunciations and'tors ta the White House for a pri- confident this country had seizedjkind of wnr, it's the final results urg*m«s, he may work out ofivate lecture. (the initiative from the Russians, a that count. STOCK V0 ATMtD SAtf-SAWMGS AND UV£ 8£TT£$ K. Packer's Top Quality, No. 303 Priced Low at Kroger. Can Peanut Butter 2 ™* 49c Kroger Brand Kroger Jelly2 ™£ 49c Strawberry or Blackbei'ry Tuna Fish N c 0 n 29c Chicken of the Sea Beef Hash '^ 29c Armour Star Corned Salad Dressing gt 39c Embassy Brand • Orange Juice Packer's Finest, Young, Sweet and Tender Kroger Brand 2 No. 303 Cans 46 Oz. Can Embassy Brand Ore Krogers Armour Treet 12 T° z 43c Economically Priced Golden Yellow, Vacuum Packed Mixed Greens Alma Brand Cream Corn.2 c 3Q °n 3 s 37c Pride of lljinois, Yellow <' Swift's Jewel Kroger Brook's, in .Rich Tomato >Sauce FLOUR 25 Lbs 1.79 Krogers '5 Lbs. , . . 39c Armour Star Kroger Brand, Redy Sour, Pined KROGER CUT TENDERAY BEEF, U. S. GOVT. GRADED CHOICE Pan Ready ^ Whiting Choice Mature Beef Made Tender Without Ageing. The Finest Beef You Ever Tasted. Tender 10 Times Ou* of 10. FRESH Lb. round Beef Kroger Made, Lots of Lean LB t SLICED BACON BRICK CHILI 4-Star or Famous Brarjd BAKING HENS Completely c " an Oven Ready Lb. 32c ib 49.c Lb 49c klCfl/ ROiKIITC Leon and Meaty, IM EV^ IX O\J M C J Ideal for Seasoning BEEF LIVER PORK SAUSAGE 19c 33c .ROM 39c Golden Ripe, Like-U'd- Pick POTATOES COLLARDS us 10!T39c APPLES No. 1 Reds Tender, Green. Bch. jQc CARROTS GRAPEFRUIT to. 3 - 25c CABBAGE Washington State Wine»op$ Fancy Texas t Grown jL Cello Pk 9 I. Firm Head», 3 In This Ad effective Thursday, January 21 Through Saturday, January 29, Kroger Reserves the Right to Limit Quantity Sales. oii ?.?/-

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