Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 10, 1946 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 10, 1946
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HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Thursday,; October 10, 194« «t f£"" Of Progress ;f n Is i * * ' M K , , More than half a century of progress in Kroger newspaper «advertising is reviewed by William J, Satining, advertising direc- J tqr, < and Marilyn Sahm, also a Kroger employee, in preparation for fne'"food"company's 64th Value Year sale starting October 7. NCAVS- paper advertisements Kroger will use in more than 1,100 daily and weekly newspapers to promote the sale are contrasted with an early,. Kroger advertisement published more than 50 years ago. Hope Has Full * * * r „>••.„... point to the Bobcat game, i Accompanving the team will be the High Schoil Band' and hundreds of boosters. Efforts were made to secure a special train for fans but failed. football ., »A> JEull schedule of football is in stored for fans this weekend *and "Although the Bobcats journey to Nashville for a'n "annual tilt, two games, will be played here. Tprjight at 8 o'clock .in ..the,Bobt stajdturri Verger's Tigers', smart,- m loss to Texarkaria .„: last week, will meet Shorter College Negro High School eleven. The west side ticket booth and stadium wilh be reserved for white Jans and'negro backers will use : the east side. ;Saturday night the'Bobcats "B" squad will tangle with- Murfrecs- boro's "A" team in what should prove to be an interesting battle. It will be the first ...game for tha 1947 Bobcat starters while the visitors hold a 19 - 0 victory over Amity. ~ ;-~ -...• ;- .- -.. The Bobcats are 'being -^worked hard byCoacttest DHdy and'Tpllett G etting ready ofjtrte Scrappers Priay night ih'a noh - conference contest but which brings together a rivalry- of long standing; The Hppe' boys'Will* play without the services of their star tallyman, :Buster Rogers, who'is out''for the season with a shatte'fed collarbone. Prior to Rogers' injury the Bobcats were dubbed favorites but now the two teajns»are jnore.evenly matched, Hope fans,4>oint lto,the record in whieh.Scra^Ber.vteamsi always £1 Dorado at North.Llttle Rock Texarkana at CarftHen Jonesboro at Fort Smith Blytheville at Pine Bluff Malvern at RusseUville Fordyce at BeiUort ' Hope at Nashville (non-district) District Two Fayetteville at Bentonville Springdnle at Van Buren Alma at Huntsville Talequah, Okla., at-. Siloam Springs (non district} Rogers at Harrison District Three Forrest City at Paragould (non- district) Corning at Lepanto Sloan-Hendrix (Imboden) at Rector Earle at Osceola non-district) Searcy at Newport Batesville at Beebe Harrisburg at Cottpn Plant Shawnee (Joiner) -at Walnut Ridge , Hughes at McCrory (non-district) r-ouanotas at Augusta Farmington, Mo., at Piggott (non-district) District Four Boonevllle at Mansfield Charleston at Hartford Havana at Clinton Conway at Waldron St. Anne's (Fort Smith) at Greenwood Atkins at Paris District Five Clrendon at Helnea Marvell at Parkin Brinkley at Holly Grove Stuttgart at Bewitt Wynne nt Marianha District Six Eudora at Dermqtt S*ar Oity at Monticello Hamburg at Portland McUehee at Dumas England at Carlisle (non-dirtrict) Sheridan at Gould Pison at While Hall Pine Bluff) District Seven Asndown at Uierks (Saturday) Norphlet at Junction City Mineral Springs at Horatio Magnolia at Prescott. District Eight Cabot at Catholic High (Little Rock) Cabot at Catholic High (Little Rock) Deaf School Little Rock at Gurdon Fairview (Camden) at Arkadelphia Bauxite at Lonoke Murfreesboro at Glenwood. . o An effective shark repellent, consisting of copper acetate and black water- soluble desylttff bonded with a wax binder, was developed ' by the Navy during the war. By The Associated Press Arkansas high school football followers ai c ; likely to find out this weekend .lust about how co-leading Little Rock and El Dorado stack up against each other in District One. Although 'these powers will not comc.to'blows for a showdown until Nov. 1, a "comparative score Hne" on them may be obtained Friday night when the Tigers play the Hot Springs Trojans at Hot Springs. El Dorado blasted Hot Springs, 40-6, last week. A cougher assignment is down for El Dorado tomorrow night. The Oil City eleven will invade North Little Rock for a battle of Wildcats. While, the norlhsiclcrs have yet to break into the win column, they arc tough enough io cause trouble. Texark.ina and Camden, both tied by North Little Rock but still in the running :for the Jirst district crown, will square off at Camden in another top game of the week. The Fayetteville Bulldogs get a chance to increase their District Two lead -tomorrow night when *h°v tqncrjg \\.-ith Bentonville on the latter's field. The same is true ox tsrmiuey in the Filth District, the unbeaten loop leaders visiting Holly Grove. Magnolia, front-runner in the Seventh District, shouldn't be molested by Prescott. Friday night's games (district .unless otherwise indicated): District. One 'Little Rock at Hot Springs Newyimproved pure white cleanser that makes porcelain and enamel sparkle — [cleans quicker —will not 'scratch—cuis grease—kills odors instantly, even fish and onions. S A fTS FACTION GUARANTEED Costs 110 more than) Ordinary Cleansers'.. F^CIuesAre Foilid in *v Boone Murder HnrriMji, Oct. 9 — (UP)— State police aritl city police here today were St)U searching for the murderer of. ; two Boone county Citizens •is aVell its the weapon that the killer- 'useM. .Andy Evans, 35, and Kermit MacDougfal, ;?8, recreation hall op- erat^rs,j;.wCro 'both shot to death in frorft'oBjbelr, place of business just off; the"&Eity square here Monday night. The weapon used was a shot' co-operating with Boone County Sheriff Ross Richardson and Harrison Police Chief ,Roy Hnrmon in the investigations. The dottblc slaying took place just as more than 100 citizens of the Ozarks city met to outline an Improved law enforcement program. Slavs Pay U. S. $150,000 for Plane Incident In the 50 years before World War II, Australia mined more than $10,000,000 WQrth of opals. The Frioroe Islands are believed to havo formed part of n i great Innd mass in prehistoric times. 1 !***!*)!*^!!**^ H lt 11K»\*>tJtU»t|ifL*i r EvanrfJ&yas, felled just as lie prepared iofenlerr his car,, and Mac- pougal'prvietl back into the building to thill :ati ambulance. He was apparently 1 killed Instantly us he came out of the building. The tragedy was discovered when Harrison rcsid9nts standing ion the square investigated' shotgun reports hijard some 'two minutes apart. :.:-••• Authpw.tios expressed the idea that- b6th shots were ill red >"rom the roof of a building across the street from the pool hall operated by the .two men. They found gun wadding 'in front of ihe structure across: the street. The Arkansas state police are Washington, Oct. 0 —(UP)—The State Department revealed today that Yugoslavia has paid the United States $150.000 as indemnity for the lives of the five American aviators killed when their unarmed transport plane .wn? shot down Aug, 19. : The Yugoslavs, refused, however, to pay for the loss of this plane and another one which was shot down without casualties. The U. S. is still pressing for payment for the aircraft. Lincoln White, State Department press officer, told newsmen that U. S. Ambassador Richard Patterson delivered a note to Yugoslavia yesterday acknowledging receipt of the $150.000. Ho said this was "roughly" what the United States had asked for the lives of the av/iators. An early Roman writer tells how the Gauls of' France made soap with tallo.w and wood ashes. MEALS TASTE BETTER WHEN YOU SERVE BLUE RIBBON BREAD AT YOUR GROCERS and ITY /. 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Try top quality A&P Fish . , . ' ?rc arc some typical values! Nectar TEA 1 Ib. box 64c Our Own TEA 1/2 ib. box3ic Ion a COCOA Mb. pkg. 9c Burlcson HONEY .... . . Ib. jar47c Waldorf TOILET PAPER . . . roll 5c „ Brooks . • 'CATSUP . . . ,. M'^'oz. jar!9c' Silver Falls •' ' . ; Prune Plum . . No. 1\ can 28c ^Mhite Star TUNA Grated . . . can 27c Gold Medal FLOUR ... 25 Ib. sack 1.81 Bright Sail BLEACH . ... 1/2 gal. 19c Dressed BUFFALO FIS FRESH jHRIMP^O Fathom Medium FRESH OYSTERS ib. 54c ib. 46c ib. 34c LUNCHEON MEAT AMERICAN CHEESE Dressed HENS Macaroni - Cheese LUNCH MEAT Cooked SALAMI Pole Star RED FISH Cat FISH H & ; D WHITING SPICED HAM Lb. Lb. Pint Ib. Sliced Ib. MEL-O-BIT PROCESSED TEHOUSE MILK RVEL BREAD 400 Units of Vitamin D3 Per Pint Large 1 ]/2 Ib. Loaf MATCHES Diamond ...ctn. 30c BORAX 20 Mule Team pkg. lOc BABY FOOD Clapp's Strained. .. can 8c BOUILLON 'Cubes Herb-Ox.... pkg. lOc HEMO Borden ' s "Drink Your Vitamins .j ar 59 C BRIGHTSAIL BLEACH....1/2 gal. jar 19c lO'^A PEAS No. 2 can 15c 1ONA PEACHES 'Halves' no. 2/2 can 26c CHERRfES Pitted Pie No. 2can39c CORN Golden Butter Kemel No. 2 can 16c ICED DEVIL COCOANUT or ICED BANANA PEFRUIT 2 NATHAN APPLES 2 KAY CRAPES 2«» * Bleached CELERY Fresh CARROTS Fresh TOMATOES Dromedary DATES stalk 2 Bunches lOc .Ib. 15c .. p kg. 23C Jane Parker LARGE 24 oz. CAKE OVER 3 MILLION ENJOYED OAilY Dated "fresh" Doily String BEANS Eotmor CRANBERRY Green CABBAGE Russett POTATOES 10 lbmeshba * October 10, 1946 Great Britain's Fear of Moves by Russia Hinders Situation in Palestine By DcWITT MacKENZIE A£ Foreign Affairs Analyst The pressing Palestine problem —like most other major International issues of these dangerous days — Is heavily complicated by the differences between .Russia and the Western Allies. That is to say, uncertainly regarding the Soviet Union's ultimate ambitions very definitely enters into Britain's hesitation in dealing with this urgent difficulty. I dare say that if Moscow were maintaining a policy of keeping its hands off the strategically important Middle East, England wouldn't hesitate to agree to increased Jewish immigration into Ihc Holy Land over the objections of the Arabs. However, John Bull is xcarful of making a move which would turn the great Arab world against him and thereby give Russia a clrtmcc to add the Middle East to its sphere of influence. As things now stand, if England lost control of that area it would cut her empire into halves from the standpoint of military defense. In short, the whole political and strategical situation is predicated on Britain's relations with'Russia, and at this juncture there is no one outside the Kremlin who knows what is in the mind of the sphynx of Moscow. All this strikes me as hooking up neatly witli the disclosure by an authoritative war office source in London that the British general staff has proposed tentatively the withdrawal of British .administrative and supply bases in the eastern Mediterranean —including Palestine — to the East African colonies of Kenya and Tanganyika. This source declared that the proposal envisages retention of Britain's forward operational bases as long as practicable in such countries as Palestine, the Sudan, trans-Jordan and Egypt. Well, now, what docs this scnsa tional suggestion mean? Up io this juncture Britain's plan for imperial defense has depended on controlling the Mediterranean and the Suez canal — her life-line io the Far East — and this necessitated domination of the Middle East, with its large Arabian population. The last war made it clear that it was highly unlikely that Britain could hold the Mediterranean ?n ;i third world conflict. Hitler demonstrated that danger when he had European armies driving down toward the Middle East while Marshal Rommel was racing holl-for- leathcr for Alexandria across the Libyan desert. Had the Nax.i dictator closed that vast pincers, the Allies would have been in a bad way. These points presumably have been under the military microscope in London. I understand there has been heavy debate among the experts as to which course to pursue — the old or the new. The old school is said to have advocated sticking to the strategy of trying to defend ihc Mediterranean route. The new school has wanted to scrap that and establish a defense across Africa from the gold coast on the west to Kenya and Tanganyika on the east, with South Africa as a link in this defense to safeguard the Cape of Good Hope route to India and Britain's other Fur Eastern territories. Apparently the now school has won In the main, wilh thn compromise that Britain maintain her Middle Eastern /.one of influence so long as feasible. The. 1 corollary to this would seem to be that London soon may >c.c\ groiilur freedom of action in dealing with the Jewish-Arab controversy in Palestine. MacArthur Praises Decision Not to Prosecute Tokyo, Oct. 9 — (/P)— General MacArthur today praised a decision by the district prosecutor io refrain from prosecuting men charged wilh Lose Majestc —violation of the dignity of a sovereign ruler — against Emperor Hirohito. The Allied commander, in statement, said the decision was noteworthy application of the concept that all men arc equal anci "not even the emperor shall bo clothed in legal protection denied the common man." MacArthur declared under ihc now constitution the omperoi would become a symbol of state with neither political power nor authority, and the people would become the rulers of Japan. -o- Willkie's Grave Marked by Huge Granit Cross New York, Oct. 9 — (/I 1 )— Mrs. Wendell L. WilLkic, widow of iho J940 Republican presidential candidate, said today her husband's grave at Hushville, Incl., now is marked by a 12-foot granite cross on which is carved a crusader's sword, superimposed on the torch of freedom and the laurel wreath of victory. Fourteen feel south of the cross is a stone bench where visitors may sit and read the words of Willkie's creed and quotations I'rom his speeches and book "One World," printed on the open pages of a granite book. The relief carving on the cross was designed by Sculptress Malvina Hoffman. The cross, book, marker and bench are all oC North Carolina pink granite quarried at Salisbury, N. C. "1 wanted to make it a very beautiful spot." Mrs. Willkic said in explaining that landscaping of the memorial would be completed within a week." BACKFIRE Kansas City, Oct .9 — (ff)— Robert Throckmorion., a butcher, obtained the wrapping" paper :Cor a ham, stuffed it and placed the dummy package in the rear window of his car so he could observe the envious reactions of passorsby. He forgot to remove it ovc-L-'iinhl. Next morning the fake ham had disappeared — and die Uiicf had smashed one of Throckmorlon's car windows in the process ol taking it. In Africa, Arab and Ncgru "Sportsmen" once shot down, netted, decoyed, speared, bought or kidnapped Negroes for the slave Irudo. _ _ __, , ^_ 4 ,_._ IT'S REALLY SERIOUS! The world' wide shortage of fats and oils to make soaps is desperate. We've got to depend on used fats from your kitchen, Mrs. Housewife! It's the only extra source we have . . . HOPE STAR, HOPE, A R K A N S A S Page Ftve ^ 4TH HOPE'S "•i^- •>• jtJYiC I * , ^ Jl ?**»»* iift I* . * * r * *&<• -JS/fr' NEWEST KROGER ^^rftflW* t^awi&t *JrX vit»i«w *JrX ife if *<(* UPER White Flour Country Club Rolled Oats Country Club. 20 Oz. Box 12c Layer Cake Krog^'s Frosty Golden. Fresh Cookies 2.J Lb. Bag! .57 48 Oz. Box 25C Each 8 OzJ Box 17c Kroger's Chocolate Marshmallow Sandwich ;'. Am Large Loaves ^.OC Clock Bread Kroger's Fresh GET THESE BIG KLCOME VALUES! Country Club Fruit Cocktail PEACHES Country Club Sliced. Value SWEET PEAS Country Club. Large, Tender TOMATOES Searcy County. Vine Ripened. CIGARETTES Popular Brands ..No. 2i Can .No. 24 Can No. 2 Can ..>.. No. 2 Can .Ctn. . . -.• Hurry to yourj;:new,/:ro£»4$!y Kroger Super 1 Market • today . >* .„;- ; ..: . .,,,.-1 >--.,, v ...^;-.-..-;.;. _, j, „ , •".AurttfV* J«?E* * and ge^ybur share "of." finer foods.tit lo.wer prices! Don.'t miss this big opportunity! WHITING H&G Scaled. Pan Ready OYSTERS Fancy, Extra.Seleots. -•ROSE FISH Boneless Fillets. p. 15c rt tens g A./1.V. „•* !«!»» 39c Lb: FRYERS Grade A, Dressed and Drawn. WIENERS Type 1, All Meat CHEESE Lb20c Bulk Cottage. Creamy White. . ' C 1A Lb 33c WIN ONE OF 5 NEW 1946 In Krogtr's Hot-Doted Coffee Contest Juif wr/f* a last lino Io this jingle Kroger Coffee's fresh 1 knou', ^ The Hot-Dale plainly tells me s<i; r It's nei'fr ground until / buy (fill in toil lint and moLe If rhyme with "buy',' fo» example; "A vglu« we Io lotii SUPER-SIX FOUR-DOOR SEDANS Mail entry with dated end from Hot-Dated Coffe* bag, or facsimile, to Kroger Contest, Box 1200, Chicago 4, HI. Decisions of the judges, The Lloyd Herrold Co., will be final. Duplicate prizes in casa of ties. Cash equivalent to prize, if winner desires. Get entry blanks at Kroger's. lit Nation-Wide Contest Closes October 16 •Come to KROGER'S Big Celebration,|«i SAVINGS-VALUES-PRIZES TEA BAGS 48 ct. Box 38c May Garden. Rich Flavor. Tomato Juice . . No. 2 Can 12c Country Club. Serve Chilled. Grapefruit Juice 46 oz. can 29c Country Club Sweetened. Waffle Mix . . 14 oz. box 22c Dutt's. Just add Water Granulated Sugar 5 Ib. bag 35c Extra Fine. Priced Low. Folger's Coffee . . Ib. jar 44c Mountain Grown Colt'ce. * 1155 VALUABLE PRIZES ! 5 WEEKLY CONTESTS CORY ALL-GLASS COFFEE BREWERS SHELVADOR Electric -ins CROSLEY i Kefrigerators "> PIAYT.ME RADIO-PHONOGRAPHS 'IT'S EASY I. YOU CAN WIN! ENTJR TODAYI HOT " DATED FRENCH BRAND H»I-DHH Ib. 37 c Send Oiled End From Either Country Club Red Raspberry ' RESERVES Country Club. Fine Texture APPLE SAUCE Country Club. Vacuum Packed YELLOW CORN MORE USED FATS are needed! So get back in the habit of scraping and skimming. Tell your neighbor to <2o the same. Every drop is needed for soap and other peacetime goods. &W $*&&* , •fafomoo&U<Mx£ SP^;< W. Magic Mix retards oil separation — improves flavor! Typical example of Kroger's (}•{ yean of finer joo<h at lower prii'ei! SAME LOW PRICE! • 1 t 25c Green Beans No. 2 can 14c Avonciale Cut Slringlcss, Gerber's .... 3 cans 25c Chopped or Strained Baby Foods Bran Flakes 15 oz. box 14c Country Club. Delicious. 100% Bran . 8 oz. box lie Nabisco. Healthful Cereal. Corn Flakes 18 oz. box 15c Country Club. Malt Flavored. Macaroni R. & F. and Spaghetti Gevaert Films Popular Sizes Crackers Country Club Salted Sodas Renuzit .... gal. can 69c Dry Clean at Home. Sunbrite .... 4 cans 19c Cleanser. Priced Low. Brooms ........ ea. 99c Fancy Parlor lirooms. Table Salt 2 26 oz. boxes 9c JcHcrsun Island Hexagon. Peanuts . . . A\ oz pkg. lOc Kroger's Salted Spanish. Lb. Box Priced From <&><urV* .... Lb. Box 19c KROGER HAS 4-H CLUB HAMPIONBEEF Purchased For Your Enjoyment at the Future Farmers and" 4-H C!ub Cattle Show Held Last Week. Grade AA Thick Rib Cut from Grand Champion Calf Ib. 3(c Grade AA Beef H H Grade AA Beef. Tender 51 c Boxed Washington Red Delicious AP Excellent Eating .. Quality. A Value at This LOW Price APPLES Jonathans. Fine Cooking Quality. ..Bu. 249 TOMATOES Lb 15c Excellent Slicing Quality. Red-Ripe. POTATOES 10 u,35c Washed, Selected Red Triumphs. EATING PfARS. , : ^ Ib. 15c Fresh,Juicy,- Fine Flavor. CRANBERRIES ... Ib. pkg. 39c New Crop, Fine Quality WATOB ib rj, New Porto Rican Yarns, r* alifornia Red Tokays Yellows. 10 Ib. bag29c - 50 Ib. bag 99c

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