Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 9, 1958 · Page 11
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 11

Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 9, 1958
Page 11
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MOM STAR, HOPI, ARKANSAS •"*' GOLD BOND STAMPS puts PURCHASES Safeway's full, meaty U.S. Choice blade cut CHUCK ROAST More Safeway Guaranteed Tender Meats! Round Bone Roast U.S.D.A. Cholca Beef R6ast , Lb'. Ground Fresh Several Times Daily ... Thigh's or Drumsticks; Fresh Frozen Parts .. 2 Lbs, 2 Fresh Frozen Jasty .1 Ground from Extra ,Lean Tender Beef ,•, Boneless for ... Beef Stew ,.,,, ,,., ;,,, Lb, Here's a Toast that gives you an extra measure of goo'd eating'for your money.'.It's tender, and juicy, and full-flavored, as only U. S..Choice beef can be.. Our,way^cf"cutting means,a chunkier, meatier.roast,for-ydu—a minimum-of bone and-fat. Specially, priced'this week-at ',.,'' By the Pound ' ' ,'. We Reserve the' to Limit Purchase Arkansas Has Very Few inventors By 8R3WN Press Spiefit §<cvtee WA8M1MOTOM (AH) ^ffivcntdd lately? Not wany Arkan* HBVC. Or, if thdy have, ihey pafl'hls 6fi Ihelf wert the U, S. PfltotU Of' flee in Washington issues i.ood la 1,200 patents nn<l, while no rdtiorcte by sin Ins nt-c kepi, n check shmMs only 6hc }>nient ims gone lo Afr In recent weeks. vejH lo John fi. Pnllef*6H| R6ek, far his Idea of a Com* blttfttlori bonl. sent cushion and lit* ptpiQtvif. It Is n buoyant elish* Ifth which Is strapped to the bod? of tll(« wpflrer and can keep htrti afloat In event, of n mlshnpi ' fft'fc'S « list of Stttnc of the fnss for which patents were Is* In the. pa.<H Week: An eleictrlenlly ope™ led eaft obHicf! n snomi'llko tool for cat- ni? Sjjiighettl,' firnss shcflfcrs, 1 Whit paper ledger hud trimmer; an fitieslion nnd nnsWef device! ft device lo help children learn id telt'llmei a shop heel; n- Steam and dry Irbn; an artlfidlnt fdo! ri ChflslmaS iree holder! a oy worm; rt sandwlcli * making mnchlne; Scissors involving n new way of fastening the Iwo blades ogcihfcr; n carrot harvester; a bnby sent; n new type fence post, * nnd a bird dog training device. v3 $ V¥ '•4 "•$ -. VI The fate of Ft ; Chnffcc, Ark., (ill appears uncertain nnd Jlep.'"" Inmos Trimble (D-Ark) Is keeping ' nn< -0)1x10118 c.Vo on the sltuailon., A flnnl decision on the size of "' he Army-^-Whlch will determine y Hie fnte of sovern) army posts, in-,/ eluding Chaffee —.rests with tho* Defense Depnrtment ,• Trimble snld he believes 'the'"* Army Department favors n 900,-' 000 man army In line with leglsla- '* llrin enacted by Congress but''\ whether Secretary of Defense Mfc- fttroy will grt along may depend on „ foreign developments. While Congress passed Leglsla- 11 ' tlon fixing tho slxf of the Army* " nt 900,000-men, Trimble points onf';, tha't the President can fix a total If he chooses. "Congress cnn't make him the money," Trimble Should the Army be cul back to' fl50,000, Choffee likely would bo in' serious danger, Trimble said, but if il'lT Wournt 070,000 the Jnslal- Inlion might bo safe. , ' / »«, - j 7fe isn't looking for n final dc-' r '-*§ dslon for monllis, possibly hot un-, 1 " "* til next. June. • t > f Trimble, who Is recovering from' a minor-skin operation, hopes to clean uo his , accumulnled work , here'and relurn to hi" liomo district the middle of October. fiomc Arkansas eyebrows " fn Wnshlnelon wont way tip recently when It was announced that one^ of th,e speakers nt the fourth^ coming Arkansas Diver Basin- rhonllnij In LHUo Rock li to be Cnrl.IT. Sclwnrlz Jr. chief of tjjp rpsoiirof" and fiwll works .division, of lh" Budt/ot Bureau. Hpnsnn—ll)e Biid«f<l"Bi!ronu has a lon« history of nnnosil'lon to Uio ArknnSflS River "dcvelonriienl pro- ernm. particiiltirly to 'the navign; (ion feature of it. Va, Federal Jurioo John Paul said rlnv mnkpfhlft riflvpti* school nro- "rnrn<! In Ohnrlolfnnwiup Tpr) Ooimlv pi'** 1 ' n'lr^if ^ n^nn n^lnw niihlip p^H^ol | 1V closure o£ • An ordpi- to this pffart wi nntf>rocl offpptiVP oio week to'inv, thn hifitn (old noun^ejj'j inhnvlolloRvilio hns orovklfd'pj \m\(i t pin"! 1 ? ftplIKI/"! for of (ho 1 700 nunft^ di< nlnsiir-n of Lanp Hi^h SphooKand Vnnnblo Klompninrv Rphool which wore ordorpd intotjratpd. Wfirr/>r) County oxnocled to start • on a pimltar priyato v pro^rarr). Us hir'h school ,\ wp<! thn fir<!| to bo closed qfter^' Jiirlfp Paul ordered tho admission of 22 Nncrocs for which thp cnur^y, ! provided no hi'ih school facilities. ; HAD HIS OWN MATCHES HELENA, Mont- M>> -.The hpfore tho iudee. Louis Primeaux; 45, was s0ntenee] to CD days in jail, for (hoft of a carton of cigarettes, As officers conducted him to jaij, * ho nskpd: "Anybody goa a oig» nrette. 4 * ' ; - Eac!, bright hegd I? firm,> hfivy , , ,, has^ crisp leaves, tender * r * / , Jf r yoy 'had' |r&wn -these beautie? in y?ur pwn-gardeni ygy wgyld think of coun,ty i bly? ribbons! Owr fi§lcj §?<pert§ Deject rush it to nt )t .fetfQr« isplaying It fpr yew, fiQDY 5H9P " Sf,, Pi Rf d CtJif Hsme Style MeaU'-Try Th? Grill Cafe ssmplet? meals 3 a* nil t^ 8 p s m, Farm f yrgau Toylor & Jordan ' SAB?

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