Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on April 10, 1968 · Page 9
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 9

Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 10, 1968
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Wednesday, April 10,1968 Humphrey to Plunge Into the Campaign By JACK BELL AP Political Writer WASHINGTON (AP) - Vice president Hubert H. Humphrey "i\vill plunge into the race for the • Democratic presidential noml* Ration immediately after East* er, '*•'• The vice president now assesses his chances in a three* \vny contest with Sens, Robert >S. Kennedy, D-N.Y., and Eu- .gene J. McCarthy, D-Minn., as '"looking good." ' He has told friends he is more .encouraged to make the race than he has to ever been to run for office in his political life, -'• The Humphrey campaign, once it is launched, will be 'aimed at the heart of nomination .strength— the state conventions in which the majority of convention delegates are cho- WIN AT BRIDGE jlam Is Made •Boldly, Safely By Oswald and James Jacoby NORTH A A Q J 5 V AQ5 * A 64 * A 103 10 -WKST A H) 7 (i 2 > 10 • Q 9 8 2 4, Q 8 '1 2 EAST A 84 3 V J 9 8 3 2 * 5 * J 9 7 5 SOUTH (D) AK9 V K764 4KJ1073 Both Vulnerable ; \Vest North East South 1 • Pass 2 * Pass 2 N.T. ,-J'ass 6 N.T. Pass Pass Pass Opening load—A 2 ; "Hid Boldly, Play Safe" is the title of a book by Rixi Marcus just published in this country. Rixi is one of the great women players of all Jime, and her style is to bid whenever she can do so and then play the cards well enough to prevent catastrophe. .- Today's hand shows how to play at six no-trump and come out with an overtrick tor a top score in duplicate. Needless to say, you don't risk'' y.our s mall slam in the process. Sotith's two no-trump rebid showed a minimum balanced opening, and North settled for the small slam. West made the safe lead of a low spade, and declarer ran off three spades and discarded a small d i a m o n d. Then he played dummy's ace and queen' of hearts' and noted that West discarded the ten of spades. Thus West had started with one heart, four spades and ci^iit minor suit cards while East had started with only five minor suit cards. Hence the odds were in favor of finding West with the queen of diamonds. South returned to his own hand with the king of diamonds and finessed the jack. When Kast showed out, a double s q u e e z c developed automatically because only East could 'stop hearts and only West c o u 1 d stop diamonds. All South had to do was to lead a diamond to the ace and cash dummy's last spade. East had to go down to two clubs to hold two hearts, whereupon South threw his small heart and led a heart to his king. This brought West down to two clubs also and all the clubs were good. It should be noticed that West could have saved the overtrick by covering the jack of diamonds with the queen. Tins would have spoiled the timing for the squeeze. On the other hand, South could have developed it against any defense if he had not cashed three spade tricks. (Newspaper Enterprite Ann) 10 -'riii 1 bidding lias been: North Kast South 5* Pass 3 A 32 6 •J* 4 A Pass Dbk- Von. Sinilli, AKQ.J9765 What do you do now? A—j'ass. You haven't «uur- anteeii any defensive tricks hy )oiir preempt and should Irust your partner's judgment- TOUAV'S Ql ESTION Instead nl d u u I) I i n £, your PHiliiiT bids live spades. Kast '-"id-- six flubs U'lial do YOU do r Tomorrow Jacoby ihora his bridye <'/» and lechn/i/ucs in hn boot/«(, "Win At Bndgc " You'll be a winn«r, too, it 19U sc/iJ lor tout persons/ copy Available to rcoi/ert ol (Nome Paper) ty lending youi nonie, addrtfS with *'P cgdc and 50 cents to (Nornf Papa, Adiiitm, City, Stale 1 Of (Nome f 9pc,, Bo\ 489, Dcpt A, Radio Citf Station. New Yoik, N V IQOI9> sen. The vice president has neither the money nor the inclination to go into presidential primaries. In line with this he instructed his friends not to enter a delegate slate for him even in his native South Dakota, Delegate lists for Kennedy and McCarthy are being organized for the June 4 primary there, But Rod Barnes, organizer of a South Dakota drive for Humphrey, said in Huron Tuesday he had been told not to enter any slate for the Vice Presi* dent, Humphrey is personally con* vinced he will have strong support from organized labor and the business community. This has been indicated in about 4,000 messages urging him to run after President Johnson's announcement that he would not accept renomination. The vice president feels he will have strong support in the South, which was lining up to back Johnson before the President said he would not run. Although Johnson himself has offered no active political support, many of the President's backers are pledging help to Humphrey. The vice president thinks the refusal of some of Johnson's mainstays, such as Gov, Richard J. Hughes of New Jersey and Mayor Richard Daley of Chicago, to make any commitments to candidates after the President's withdrawal is all to the good, so far as he is concerned. As the lone active contender for the nomination who has supported Johnson's Vietnam policies, Humphrey intends to be guided in campaigning on that issue by developments in the President's attempts to get negotiations going with the Communists. His friends think any progress toward peace will benefit the vice president more than either Kennedy or McCarthy, who have been critical of Johnson's course. Humphrey concedes that at this point he doesn't have the money necessary for a national campaign for the nomination. But he expects it to begin coming in after his formal announcement. The Negro Community .:•, ,By Ester.. Hicks Phone PR7-4678 or 4474 THOUGHT FOR THE DAY What thou wilt thou shall rather enforce with thy smile than hew to it with thy sword. Shakespeare said it. CALENDAR OF EVENTS Rev. R. B. Richardson of Minden, La., will preach at the St. John Baptist Church Sunday April 14th at 2 p.m. This service is being sponsored by Mr. Jim Tilmon; Rev. C. L. Cage, Pastor. The Sunday School Department and the Y.P.D. of Bethel A.M.E. Church will present the annual Easter program at the church Sunday at 3 p.m. In connection with the program, promotion certificates will be given to Sunday School students. Immediately following this service, an Easter egg hunt will be held on the lawn of the church. The Prescott District Conference will be held at St. James A.M. Church, Texarkana, Ark., Thursday and Friday April llth and 12th. Rev. R. N. Thomas, presiding elder of the Prescott District will preside. OBITUARY Mrs. Christine Mack, a former resident of Hope, a resident of Richmond, Calif, for many years, passed away in a Richmond hospital Friday night April 5, after a lenghty illness. Survivors are: six children, Henry Mack, Mrs, Louella Simmons, Mrs, Christine Dunlap, and Mrs, Hannah Jackson, all of Richmond, Mrs, Marian Tollison of Detroit, Mich., and Howard Mack of Los Angeles, Calif,; four sisters, Mrs, Willie Mae DalPoggetto, and Mrs, Helen Simien of Richmond, Mrs. L. D. Moore of Hugo, Okla., and Mrs, Hazel Cox of Hope, and one brother, Horace Lacefield of Hope; twenty-three grandchildren, ten great grandchildren, numerous other relatives. Funeral service will be held at the Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church in Richmond, Saturday April 13 at 2 p.m., under the ill- rection of Harris Funeral Home- 1331 San Pablo Avenue, Berkeley, Calif. Messages may be sent to Mrs. Christine Dunlap - 073 South 20th Street, Richmond, California. Funeral service for Mr, Green Walker will be held at the Mt. /ion C.M.E. Church Saturday April 13th at 2 p.m. Buriai In Cave Hill Cemetery. Hicks Funeral Home, Inc., in charge. HOPE (AM) STAR, Printed b> Off set OPEN FRIDAY & SATURDAY T|L7 P.M4 I PECIAL ^^ j Ladies ESSES 66 We think you will want several of these from this group. Fabrics are bonded lace, whip cream, kodel seersucker, linens,.dacron & cotton, arnel jersey & many others. They are styled in one, two and some three-piece. You'll find several in the new Durndel style. All sizes in petite, junior, missy and half size. Others $4.99 to $18.99. Ladies Handbags Large, medium, or mini casual bags of seaton grain vinyl in shoulder or tote styles. Dress bags in patent or seaton grain vinyl. ' Colors include the new fashion citrus brights plus the basic bones, black, and white. $199 $(T99 Fashioned For Spring MEN'S SPORT COATS Sport coats in popular tattersatl or window pane check, solid and glen plaids fashioned in 2 or 3 button models in new spring shades of whiskey, olive and blue-black combination. Regular & Long.' 1 TO s Ladies DRESS SHOES I; SHORT SLEEVE DRESS SHIRTS The season is just beginning arid West is bringing you exciting new styles tyv_ ''summer to accent your "new summer,'"' wardrobe. There are many new-'colors to choose from— green, orange, yellow, blacks, and browns. 6 66 Ladies Gloves Dress gloves in double woven nylon stretch. Styles include 3 button lengths, embroidery trim, button and bow trim, open back and knuckles. Colors: Turquoise, Bisquie green, Torrid Orange, Lemon Squeeze, White, Black, and Bone. 9100 1 TO Spring & Easter Hats Straw, straw with flower trim & all over flowers 9O99 2 TO Soil Release Finish All permanent pressed, machine washable, dryable. Stay wrinkle free all day. Oxford cloths or broadcloths in whites, pastels, stripes and tattersail plaids. Spread collars or traditional button down collars. MEN'S •M New for Spring 1968 — Koratron per ma press with soil release finish. Tropical weave or oxford weave in trim, traditional, and executive (full cut) models. Colors include black, moss, navy, spice brown, casino blue, copper tones, charcoal and brown. Size 28 to 42. GIRLS EASTER DRESSES BY PEACHES & CREAM CINDY LEE AND SUZANNE OF DALLAS West has a wonderful collection of adorable dresses, just the kind little ladies love! Permanent Press, dacron and cotton, Kodel, and Kodel and cotton blends. Select from prints and dainty lace trimed solid colors. Especially well made with deep hems, full skirts, careful details and pretty trim. Sizes 3 to OX and 7 to 14, 3 77 AND DARLING EASTER ACCESSORIES FOR GIRLS OF ALL AGES HANDBAGS Lots of sliapes and sizes in wlu'tes, black jiatoni, oxpaiuloA.1 vinyl, aixi straw baskets. White dainty luce or popular stretch. GLOVES EASTER BONNETS »!»» \on daughter will look adorable in h,M- Ki<t,>r JB- $100 $199 JL AND M»|00 jhter will look adorable in her Bonnet flow West's. Lacy strawy crispy fabrics, and frilly blousod styles in whito uud colors. T ° BOY'S SUITS Richly tailored 2 button suits in solid, iridescent solids or subdued glen plaids. Also sport suits with a glen plain coat and solid color contrasting pants. Plenty of Free Parking Size 2-7 Size 8-12 Size 14-20 Metis Dress SHOES BOY'S SHORT SLEEVE Rugged good looking aod handsewn bee/ re in black and orowu tc with quality leather UP DRESS SHIRTS! •••••••••*•<

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