Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on June 16, 1955 · Page 21
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 16, 1955
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fit HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS W Extension Sited as a separate bill rather than i i-ider to the measure to extend Selective Service for four years. The reserve program, designed to provide a trained force of nearly three million men who could be called up in a hurry to augment the regular armed services of about the same size, bogged down —Chairman in the House when an amendment (D-da ) of the Senate was attached to ban racial segre- Services Committee voiced gation. PRESCOU NEWS Mrs. C. G. Gordftn Hostess to Canasta Club on making belts and covering buckles. The home of Mrs. C. G. Gordan' Ice cream and cake were enjoy- Indian Sees Others Being Given Release was beautifully decorated with ar- ed by the seven members during 1 . "' rangements of gladiolus and roses the social hour. • oma on Friday afternoon when she was WASHINGTON W) — Indian Dip- conciliatory gestures toward Red China. One "suggestion along that line has been the return of Chinese now in this country to their Communist-ruled homeland. The difficulty with this anticipated suggestion, U. S. officials say, is that all the Chinese stu- who wish to go home have Governor Rejects Clemency to Four LITTLE ROCK M —Four clemency recommendations by state Parole Board have turned down by Gov. Orval Fau-,m endat i° ns bus. They involved convicts sent-' tenced from Jefferson, Boone and Thursday, June U, 195S _ Baughman, convicted in Boonfi County in November, 1954 of assault with intent to rape. The board had recommended a reduc* tion to two years. Faubus did not say why he re- been jected the Parole Board's recom" Thursday, June 16, 1955 HOPE STAR, MOPE, ARKANSAS K. Krishna Menon said been cleared to do so and no one Chicot' counties. after a conference with President knows of any other Chinese in the | The governor refused to com- Three New Polio Coses in State LITTLE ROCK Wl —Three new leases of polio were reported to the |State Health Department last pek. None of the victims had re- ceived the Salk vaccine. One "paralytic case was reported in Miller County. A paralytic case and a non-paralytic case were reported in Pulaski County. The- Arkansas polio total for the year has reached 35 cases, compared to 63 cases at a correspond- ing date last year. The Health Department said 77 cases of measles, 69 of whooping cough and 48 of mumps were reported last week. KISSING FINE VAN NUYS, Calif. (UP) —Judge Gerald C. Kepple told Genevieve Dykes, 33, yesterday that "love, like alcohol doesn't mix with driv- ,ing," and fined her $10 for kiss- In Sweden, 23 per cent of the ing her boy friend as he drove people- are under 15 years old. I along a busy street. The distance of the planet MarS Ea ' th ™ r " '" mt " ^ek, 'a special pilgrimage to Russell's; Mr , T R Hp-tortv the administration insists that office yesterday, armed with pa- ' nester 'y- Senate try to rescue its re- Pers aimed at tacking the reserve! A dainty dessert course was ser- manpower program, Russell program onto the draft extension.! ved lo members; Mrs. Imon Gee, Be it clear that must be hah- Sen. Saltonstall (Mass) top GOP Mrs - E - M ' Sharp, Mrs. Homer _ member of Russell's committee, Ward, Mrs. J. V. Fore, Mrs. H. J. nes sat in. I after a conference with President knows of any other Chinese in the The governor refused to com from tne Earm varies iro mao to H Torrmkin.! Elsenhower today that ne tho "Sht United States who want to submit mute the life sentence of Clarence 63 million miles at the Imes when, ins of Shrevd tho release of some airmen by Red to Communist government. Long, a Jefferson County Negro lts orbit approaches closest to the ro'nkline iWr China haa "°P ened the door" to Krishna Menon conferred with to 21 years. Long was convicted Earth. «,**.< i*. , iu „ , WiU| S6crettr y o{ Defense Wilson and'hostess to the 195(f Canasta Club. I Mr. and Mrs. C. extension of the draft act other top Pentagon officials mado, Hjgh score honors were W£m by and c T Tompku^uj ™ -^ china had ,, opened |he door ., to Krishna Memm conferred fi y g ^ ^ ^7^ Earth 'nnd'MrV Clavton S'm7th and gls ± s the p °f* ib " iiy ot freedom for «>*. Red Chinese Premier Chou En-of first degree mSrd^ in S and Mrs. Clayton smun ana sons ers he]d there |i ai He came here from New York - >R ATHLETES FOOT 3. td'V-diyi. Watch Russell said all parties ,had agreed "it might be dangerous" and jeopardize draft act extension with powerful, inttant-dry- , . T-4'LJ your 40c back at any Both the regular draft of youths ]HL*t6re. Today »t John 8. Gib- 18 to 26 years old and the separ- HOrUg Co. AMMONIUM NITRATE NITRATE OF SODA Fertilizers Sweet Sudan, Funks G. 711 Corn, Stock Sprays, Cone Seeds, Combine'MHo and Atlas Sargo Cotton Dusts Ind Liquid Sprays. MONTS SEED STORE Wilson, Mrs. J. A. Yancy, Hesterly. a canasta guest, Harold Parker and a tea Mrs. Ralph Gordan. Mo., Mr. and Felder, John and Cha- of San Antonio, Texas; Mr. and Mrs. John Province and child- Mrs. guest, Center H. D. Club Has June Meeting The June meeting of the Center Demonstration Club was held on Friday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Horace Jones. Mrs. Jones gave the devotional talk followed with the business session conducted by the president, Mrs. A. P. Jones. A round table discussion was held on "Foot Health" after which Mrs. Horace Jones gave a demonstration ren of Province, Tenn. are spend- James Hagerty announced that ins the week at Quinns on Lake the President's suggestion the In- Hamilton near Hot Springs. j di ^ n di P. l ° maic w ° ul °" meet later . today with Secretary of State Mrs. H. A. Holt and Miss Mattie Du j lus j Holt have returned to Fort Worth,' Krishna Menon met with Eisen-l to re P° rt to Eisenhower and Sec;. • |retary of State Dulles on his 10 Press Secretary £ ays of talks in Fei P in e with the hower 45 White House He also said that Krishna Menon D. Cornish. By JOHN M. HIGHTOWER WASHINGTON (M— India's V. K. Krishna Menon calls on President v.-ould probably see the President Eisenhower today to urge concilia- M eXa Vr»nk"« a llom //"and 1 DrT agaln before he leaves the counvtory moves toward Red China in Mrs. Frank Hallom Jr. and Dr. J. ,_ ln ,„,„ , the hope rf promoting negotlatlons for a Formosa settlement. Menon, widely regarded here as more pro-Communist than pro- American, recently held lengthy talks with Red Chinese leaders in Peiping. Sitting in on his talk with the President, the State Department said, would be Indian Ambassador Krishna Menon would not dis- had Jim McKenzie has returned from ^dTboTwUh Eisenho^r and" Dallas where he has been the guest Dul]cs during thg meetin , n ^ of Sammy Moore. President's office. He was asked whether, apart Mrs. O. G. Hirst spent a part of from his report to the P ; esk f ent) as tne he could state his feeling about the last week in Little Rock of Mrs. Matt Hitt. ate doctor draft act for medical sepcialists expire at the end of this month. Tire doctor draft would be extended for two years in the Senate bill. possibility of release of 11 American airmen acknowledged by Red Mr. and Mrs. John W. 'Davis and Cnina to be imprisoned there. Mrs. Robbie Wilson were the week-;|p our filers were released about two end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Scott Smith in Little Rock. weeks ago after Krishna Menon had visited Peiping. In reply to the question, the In- Mrs. Mattie Ellis visited Mr. andidian envoy said: Mrs. Allen Connell in Little Rock CLOSING OUT GOES ON!! LADIES COTTON Regular $1.29 to $1.95 values. Special BLOUSES 29 to $1.95 val 64c LADIES RAYON These are regular 49c and 59c values PANTIES ;gular 49c ai 19c Shirts and Shorts rat quality. Extra spe 32cea. = -•' Men's first quality. Extra special only MEN'S '*', These are regular $2.95 to $3.95 values. These are regular $1.69 bed pillows. Now These are 6,95 woven bedspreads, Special Men these are regular 3.95 values. Now SPORT SHIRTS • $2.95 to $i .69 PILLOWS ular $1.69 bee 87c BEDSPREADS 5,95 woven bedsprea $3.43 ARMY PANTS are regular 3.95 v; $2.74 BEDSPREADS ! reg< $5,95 values. $2.97 Childrens Skirts ettpn tklrts that are $ Sixes 3 to 6X 58c Ladies Panties ;g, 98p value 42c These are reg< $5,95 values. Now only Cotton tkjrts that are $1.69 values. 3 to 6X Thttt are val«es. Mpw only Men MEN'S SHOES These dress shoes are regular $5.95 values. Now $3.00 LADIES SHORTS Ladies and misses cotton and denim shorts. Values to $1.95 78c Haynes Shorts len' these are regular 98c values. Now only 68c BOYS SHORTS These are regular 59c values. Special now 33c WORK SOX Men these are regular 35c values. Now only 19c MATERIAL Cotton materials and over 1,000 yards. Values to 98c 43cyd. Texas Moccasins Out they go. Really nice. Special Now only 87c Ladies Dresses group of these. V, $11.95. Now $3.00 PRINTS ile, fast color pri inches wide. 19c yd. HALF SLIPS Ladies these are regular $1.95 values. Special only 87c Values to Big table, fast color prints, inches wide. 36 SPORT SHIRTS Men these are regulnr $1.95 values. See thsm now 92c STRETCH SOX Men's nylon stretch sox. 1,000 pairs. 69c values 3 prs. 97c MEN'S HDKFS These are regular 15c values. White handkerchiefs. Only 6 for 44c Savings Up To 60% Prices slashed on everything in the store. Get your share. Ladies Hose Cannon Nylon hose that are regular $1.29 values. Now only 49c pr. Men's Suits ier suits slashed as li $14.90 BUY NOW ,nd pans, electrical iys must go. See rec SAVE PIECE GOODS housands of yards in cotto to $1.39 yard. See tl 64c yd. WORK SHIRTS hambray wo 're first qu£ 92c BOYS SHIRTS r $1.95 short irts. Now or 87c Summer suits slashed as low as All pots and pans, electrical appliances and toys must go. See red tags. Values Men's blue chambray work shirts and they're first quality. Boys regular $1.95 short sleeve sport shirts. Now only "Well, apart from my meeting with the President, I have said before in India that the release of the four fliers opened the door." Krishna Menon said he was sure there could be a "lowering of tensions" between the United States and Red China "if we all make an effort." He said India is doing its best to help in the process. Asked whether he was shopeful about getting criticial problems solved, he replied: "I'm a hopeful person, otherwise I wouldn't be around. It is not hope we require but faith." He also said that he personally looked forward to further talks with Eisenhower. Of today's meeting, Krishna Menon would say only that he was "very happy" to see the President, had given him greetings from Prime. Minister Nehru and had related his own ."impressions of .what goes on in the world" His purpose in coming here was to report on a 10-day visit to Premier Chou En-lai of Red China last month and to urge that the U. S. government make some conciliatory gesture toward Red China last, month and to urge that the If. S. government make some conciliatory gesture toward Red China following up the release of the four airmen. At the airport, the Indian diplomat told reporters "you are concerned about your nations there (in Red China) and they are concerned about their nations here." U. S. officials say that all' the Chinese students here who wish to go to their Communist-rule homeland have been cleared to do so and no one knows of any other Chinese in the United States who want to submit to Communist government. Krishma Menon did not amplify his remark. His comment, which he did not amplify, fitted in with reports he would urge. Eisenhower to make Faubus also disapproved a mutation recommendation James Masters, who was com- for sentenced to life imprisonment in Chicot County in 1942 lor the slaying of ave Armstrong, a Negro taxi driver from Dermott. And the governor refused to commute the six-year sentences of Earnie Fiveash Jr. and John G. L. Mehta and Secretary of State Dulles. The day shaped up as a busy one diplomatically for Eisenhower and Dulles. When he had finished with Menon, Dulles planned to meet German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer at the State Department for an h our 's talk before taking Adenauer to the White House for lunch with the President. ' NOW-SAFELY REDUCE EXCESS FAT UP TO 5 IBS PER WEEK ^\ Sensational New Plan New hart 'for relief from tti« burden of exceii fat (due to over^atlntr and not Rlandultrl li sen today In rpporU of >ue* eeBB with a new vlUmln^om* pour^l tablet plan which acts to help reduce without danger* l OUB drugs or exerclee. Called BENATHOL. thl> new prepara- tlon works like a charm to help reduce URlr exeeu tnt 2 warn: - - (H helps reduce huncer, curbt appetite i (2) supplies essential vitamin and food elements to help niBialn energy. Women and men who formerly suffered with exceal fat (due to over-eating) now tell of remark- ;• able results after using It. Many report ' .losses up to 10 Ibs. with very first box, BENATHOL costs 19760 but considering re* suits. Is not expensive; only pennies a day.- Sold with full money-back guarantee byi J. P. Cox Drug — Hope — Mail Orders Filled. during the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Hays, Mrs. E. M. Sharp and Miss Virginia Ann Hays spent Sunday in Benton with Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Duke and were accompanied home by Kathy Duke who is their guest. Mrs. J. E. Regan and Mrs. Electa Cantley .spent Sunday in Hot Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Foster attended the Fall Fashion Market in Little Rock Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Proctor Jr. and family of Wynne spent the weekend with Mrs. Lee Montgomery and Mrs. Lucie Lee Cruse and were accompanied home by Miss! Virginia Oare Cruse and Miss Nancy Lewis. Mrs. Allan Johnston of Shreveport, La. has been the guest of Mrs. C. F. Pittman and other relatives. Mrs. Pittman accompanied her home for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Woosley and Mr. and Mrs. Vuel Chamhberlain were the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs, Shell Blakely in Little Rock. Mrs. J. J. Battle and Miss Mattie Royston of Fulton visited Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Hamby on Friday, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ackerman, Nancy and Johnny have returned to Little Rock after a visit with Mrs. Thorne Hesterly. Dr. and Mrs. G. D. 'Royston of Hope were the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Hamby. Mrs. Frank Turberville and Mrs. J. H; Bemis motored to Texarkana Friday for the day. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Arnett and] Mrs. W. O. Hays were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Maxwell in Texarkana. Minto McGill and Miss Sarah Jane McGill of Chidester spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Cole. Mrs. D. L. McRae and D. L. Me- Rae Jr. motored to Fort Smith Sunday where they met Van Noy, Susan and Joel Culpepper of Me- Allen, Texas who accompanied them home for a visit. SHOP BARRY'S AND SAVE & ^FATHER'S DAY •S|J»IT MUK IN Ml YOU I COOKIN9 CHUCK ROAST Lb 29c SPECIAL BOLOGNA Lb. INSTANT SWANSDOWN CAKE MIX 25c DRY SALT MEAT Lb. 19c WHITING FISH Lb. 19c FRESH DRESSED FRYERS Lb> 39c HEAVY HENS Lb. 35c GOOD STEW MEAT Lb. 19c TALL KORN BACON Lb. 45c SHANKLESS PICNICS Lb. 35c ALL MEAT MIXED SAUSAGE Lb. 25c Boxes 99« EXTRA SPECIAL PURE LARD .19 8 Lb. Bucket •EVERYBODY'S INVITED > TO OUR 4_ GALA OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY, JUNE 18th SEE... Lorro's Live,, Educated Barnyard Chicken Acts! FREE PRIZES SATURDAY —3P.M. 12-($1,50) SPRAYERS 12 - ($1.25) ORTHO FLY SPRAYS 12 - ($1.00) ORTHO FLY FLAKES 3-80 Pound SACKS OF MULE BRAND FERTILIZER. 4 - (4.00) LARRO HEN FEEDERS PRIZE $33.95 DOMONION OSCILLATING FAN. This is your opportunity to see the most unusual acts in America. Don't miss this great event! Be our Guest! Bring the whole family! NOW AT YOUR LARRO DEALERS — Beautiful $4.95 Wrought Iron Planter TV LAMP It's yours with the purchase of only 6 (50 pound bags) of Larro Poultry Feed, ANDONLY $1.65 McWilliams Seed Store "YOUR LARRO DEALER' Travel the road to Savings! Ever/doy*A / 1i//ions o »j,i *1 APsfiWfrt«Afanc.lUi« A&P Invites you to take a trip to our own thrift land I Every depttftmtflt Is paradise for prudent purses! Make A»P your first stopl • ; *n vyi •'if LIBBY'S FANCY Special I TOMATO JUICE ' 25< LIBBY'S CREAM STYLE Special I GOLDEN CORN 2 27< LIBBY'S Spee/o/l CORNED BEEF ,iss 43< LIBBY'S ALL GREEN LIMA BEANS '-25^ f^ctaff u LIBBY'S SMALL LIBBY'S FRUIT COCKTAIL Spottall 3c-loo WHOLE BEETS LIBBY'S EARLY GARDEN GREEN PEAS LIBBY'S '.'... VIENNAS l*-oi. Con ' ,, 4-ot. SAUSAGES...., Con 15* Special I WISCONSIN CHEDDAR WISCONSIN CHEDDAR MILD CHEESE 45 AGED CHEESE .v>..•!•>«• 551 "Super-Right" Quality Meats FRESH DRESSED WHOLE FRYERS SUPER RIGHT GUARANTEED GODCHAUX SUGAR 10 LBS 89c Folgers or M. House COFFEE Can 8/C WASHING POWDER FAB 29c Large Box LIBBY'S WHOLE STRING BEANS A c™, | .00 MADE BY SWIFT MAXINE HAND SOAP 5' ARMOUR'S CAN MILK M? Mil* SUmilS fXTIA VITAMIN 0 FRESH HOME GROWN CORN Ears KY. HOME GROWN String Beans PURPLE HULL PEAS 2 Lbs. VINE RIPENED Cantaloupes " ]Qc HOME GROWN TOMATOES Con 1 A( 9MF 4j^^k B ip VI ^r • *ttr GROCERY and MARKET 111 South Main We Deliver Phtne 7*4404 1 YouVe Invited to Attend Our OPEN HOUSE Saturday, June 18th from 4 to 8 p. m. We want each of you to visit us Saturday, June 18 during our Open House from 4 to 8 P. M., and see our modern — Air Conditioned newspaper building. We will be looking for you so make your plans now to be here Saturday. * FAVORS FOR THE LADIES * * FAVORS FOR THE MEN * $50.00 in Merchandise Certificates to be Given Away at Drawing Saturday Just.,come in and register during our open house and at a drawing we will award $50.00 in merchandise certifcates. $25 First, $15 Second and $10 Third place. You do not have to be present to win. These certificates good at any Hope Star advertiser, Hope FRANKS SUPER RIGHT HEAVY CALF SIRLOIN STEAK SUPER RIGHT HEAVY CALF CHUCK ROAST SUPER RIGHT HEAVY CALF HAMBURGER Lb. 1 Lb. Cello Lb. JANI PARK!* Cherry Pie :tf Speclaff ' 8-Inch Six* CHOCOLATE ICED DEVIL'S FOOD IAYIR CAM PAMIR...,. 39$ Father's Golden Loaf Cake Frankfurter Rolls ^« Sandwich Rolls Enriched Bread 65c l»li ALLGOOD BRAND SLICED BACON Lb. Lb. Lb. ANN PAGI Quart Jar...',.»>. STUfFED OLIVES SULTANA OCIAN SPRAY FANCY DniCIOUS WITH POULTRY FRENCH DRESSING & CRANBERRY SAUCE ": C °.M9< TOMATO SOUP ANN PAOI SWANSON'S BEEF, CHICKEN OR TURKEY FROZEN PIES ^^^._-.l;..2''te45f-' Fresh Fruits and Vegetables <*!"' DEODORANT SOAP DIAL Bath Bars DEODORANT SOAR ' DIAL 23* TOILET SOAP WOODBURY 23< KARO WAFFLE SYRUP 16-oz. Btl FOR COOKING or SALADS MAZOLA OIL Pint Btl. CLEANSER BAB-0 14-oz. Pk0. f r .SUNKIST LEMONS : SUNKIST ORANGES f. FRESH CORN 4 Lb . 2 1 Lb. Pkgs. CALIFORNIA BING CHERRIES TEXAS FRESH CARROTS HOME GROWN YELLOW SQUASH * CALIF. LONG WHITE POTATOES * ..?.%£ TOMATO JUICE AW COOKBOOKS ura.GiuiSii'piHfBTV'.., l«h 19< WOMAN'S PAY IffifWiMi Z «-* 7t ORANGEADE STAR-KIST WESSON SALAD OIL SNOWDRIFT SHORTENING NABISCO SUGAR WAFERS NABISCO GRAHAM CRACKERS ^ 31 4 £n,oo -J&.3M J5S; 774 ffffcf/v* (Arpvjh Satvidqy, Jvnt If, MMKtt WKMIt MM MWUt . tlttCI • nod nm FAN Peanut latter iMAtfnM " ^ mm Salted P i-t

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