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November 13, 1958

Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 4

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four Serving You Since 1896 DIAL 7-4431 — WE DELIVER POUND BAG DELICIOUS FRESH DRESSED POUND BAG otatoes SWIFT'S FRESH POUND BOX WORTZ HALF or WHOLE CURED No 'Confer Removed MILK CHOCOLATE COVERED BOX SKINLESS W HEAVY SMOKED aeon By The Piece GIANT SIZE ROLL PAPER LARGE WHITE CAGED p/r < / fe 25 LB, SACK ROBIN With Coupon in Hppe Star SWIFT PREMIUM POUND PAIL yre Lard HOPE §fAR, H8M, A K K A N S AJ Mississippi Baptists Ask Hays to Quit JACKSON, Miss. <A! J ) — th? Bnpli.'-t Laymen of Mississippi «sk- cd Hep. 13rooks Hays (D-Ark) lt.»i (In}' tti resign as president of the I Southern finptlst Convention. Hfiys. 00. UTS defeated lur a • ninth torm by Dr. Dnla Alford. » | scfire^nliohlsl mc-mtor of the. Lit- : lie Hock School Board, Jn lust week's general election. Alford. n last-minute wilte-in (.•iiiKlidnte, chaffed Hnyf hud been too moderate on the intefiriition is sue Hays, who iicled us ;in till successful mediator helwucn I- 1 res Ideiit Kisenhowcr nnd Arkansas . C»ov. Orvnl t:'. Kaubus in last full's ! Central Itish School inlesrtition crisis, wiis br.iten by only 1,200 votes in Arknnsns' sit-onunly Fifth ("oniiressional District. | t.. U. Amnsrin of JiicUson, pres- , Ident of the Bnplist Laymen of Mississippi, sold in a telegram to j Hays: "Recent publfeity incident tn your campaign for r:-election VM»« most distasteful jo Southern Bap- lists, iThe Inrk of conflclffinf ) expressed by the vote of your district in the writ'vin ckctinn of your opponent nlso reflects upon the Southern Baptists. Ihnutfh honest in your <">nvic- lions, we believe you have outlived your usefulness as president of the Southern Bar.tist convention and urge your Immediate rcsiu- nnlion. Such action would hcJp to restore the solidarity to Southern Baptists who arc firm believers in Southern traditions "Dr. Chester L. Quarlcs. a nil- live of Mississippi now serving as first vice president of the Southern Bnplist Convention, is recognized as a conservative non-political Baptist leader havum prc-req- uisitc ability to rescue our convention from the left-wins clement. Your resignation would aulomat- icMly promote Dr. Quarlcs to presidency of the convention. Such ac- lion would also restore Southern Baptist emphasis upon matters of Hie spiritual world." The laymen's .organization has no direct connection with the state Baptist convention now in session here, but is composed ot individuals who are members of Baptist churches in the state. Its total membership svas not available. First Hunt and First Deer — Star Engraving HOPE PHYSICIAN George Wright went deer hunting for the first time this week and beginner's luck held as he killed this 165 pound, teven point buck at the C. W. Wilson Camp on the Cossatot River. Friends Would Protect Nixon From Attack By JACK BELL WASHINGTON IAP> — Friends apparently tire moving in to- prc- I vent Vice President Nixon from bt-rominH something of a silting duck for attacks by Republicans opposing his presidential ambitions. Nixon took in 'obviously irritated silence Wednesday n fivsh assault from an old foe, Harold E. Stassen, who tried unsuccessfully to dump the vice president from sec- Gale and Cross Forthright, Amiable Men By CHARLES MERCER NEW YORK YAP) — Bill Gale and Perry Cross of "County Fair" f NBC-TV) arc sudi amiable, forthright men that you'd like to say they're running one of the finest television programs on the air. Because of my personal viewing preferences I can't say that, But it cnn be reported that \n the course of a fc\v VVx'cHs "County Fair" has won the largest viewing audience of s\ny afternoon program on NBC-TV, With Bert Parks as master of cuiwnonios, the program combines audience participation with straight performing — and seeks constantly, to surprise its viewers. For example, you may see such things us a former prizefighter trying to punch his way out of a paper bag. Gale, bandleader for the program, is co-owner of Gulo-Gar- nnnnl Productions, Inc., and one Of the lop advertising jingle wril* ers in the country, Cross, the program's producer, has a host of TV production credits, They wcro saying the other day that in "County Fair" they are presenting a variety of entertainment \viUi emphasis on the elu- mcnt of surprise, 1 ventured (lie opinion that I, personally, found thp program a oiid place on tht 10SG ticket. Talking svith riewsmen -U White House, Stasscn tho omitted the vice president's name from a list of four possibilities Stasscn said could carry the GOP to victory in 100U. Although Nixon did not comment, Secretary of Labor Mitchell conclusion on. how the extra money could be raised. Final action on the budgets 'was deferred. The council also put off fiction on the budget request of the state Publicity ' and Parks Commission, j which asked for S619.000 in fiscal ! li)S9.' and $012,350. in 19(10 I Ted Woods, commission director, was asked to give a breakdown of the commission's spending from did Mitchell said Nixon "ought to bo and will be* the next President of the United States." Stassen named Nelson A. Rockefeller, fleeted governor of New Yoik; Henry Cabot Lodge Jr., defeated for Senate re-election In Massachusetts in 1952 and appointed ambassador lo the United Na* tions; Secretary of Interior Seaton who deserted Stasscn for Elsen- hower in 1952; and Secretary of the Treasury Anderson, a former .Texas Democrat now registered Republican. Mitchell, who has been regarded as a possible aspirant for the 19CO vice presidential nomination, said "Mr. Stasscn's views continue •> reflect his unsuccessful vendetta against. Vice President Nixoih." He aclded in a statement: "All of the men he mentioned are obviously men of ability and integrity and display the very groat in the Republi- its cash fund before; acted on the hurtsot the council can party. But in any discussion of I960 Republican candidates it seems to me unthinkable to Ignore Vice President Richard M. Nixon, the man wlio has time 'and again demonstrated the highest qualifications for the presidency," In another statement, Republican National Chairman Mcadc Alcorn described as "totally unrealistic" any'list of 1900 .potentialities which omitted Nixon's name Friends' .described Nixon as burned up that Stasscn sot _ the opportunity to express his views in the While House lobby after a, conference with President Elsen- hower. The | timing end nature of the- attack make it difficult for the vice president' himself to answer it, . "The word is corn," said Gale. "But you forgot that wo'rc out to entertain several million PWple —and we arc.' If sorooUiirn? will malu 1 you lavish, it's on 'County Fair, 1 Cross saici .that "Kscapc entertainment is rnandHlory Ht ?onic time of the- day and, we fi»ri Unit \V?'IT offering relaxation and laughter tp vipwcrs at U)c end of the working' day," 'J'hc program, which ha,*; 3 history elating, jitwH t° met' 0 da y g before u was munched wUh a n c w television forjnnt tnjs season, is concerned, with, what Ci'P 5S ea \ ls basics. That is. it riPHJs wild famil- lav ttiinga; kiflg, rfogs, vomano^. The bimct, fop ej>an>pjc, plays ja?'" 2 in thp style of thp J9?9 S> 1 }ioti\ ppintsa 9«t thaHh.? w°*' humor put d?PS »9i .88 i 1 ^ iPf Jb? The ' show sppHs ip inteve'sj yiewcvs ,oj aU psp?, prpgp atifl Galo eanj|iflsi?c^, TgHe A 19PJ? it iaf ypurjeJI and, fpp what Ithinls. College Budget Hearing p RQSR isl»Uv UJ* iiewl«18 ^ «w8V'iJtt'M m^m ww,M UW A»\v JfeV*"-','""- - > ( . %$mi\ *I^«tar«ftsf Vh*? SMf^»^» r '* a " mo " a ltWE$flv,»., •*V -i?• *jj-iiS;. .s.^'ef'-^f^f..,-', j * e*!> ..' ,tj*^?*! s '*< WE CASH PAYROLL CHECKS New Shipment o Lfadies Fall French Crepe DRESSES Sizes 12 - 241 New Fall ^Patterns and Colors Reg. $5,98 Value UPIES FIRST 9UAUTY PANTIES Prices Good Friday and Saturday at Barry's Gro, and Barry's Quick Sak _^_^^ ro ., ___^, ..-». .^,^.,-ni—| ^-t - n-| -^-^j^r.—-.~- E ^^.__- _^.^a STEAKS SIRLOIN,. Lb, 69C ROUND... Lb, RIB Lb. 79c PORK ROAST GOOD and LEAN Lb. BABY BEEF CHUCK ROAST Lb PORK CHOPS GOOD and LEAN Lb. BRISKET STEW MEAT 3 Lbs MIX SAUSAGE COUNTRY STYLE 4 Lbs GENUINE CALF LIVER ' YOUNG FAT RABBITS Lb. Lb. 49c 49c 59c 1.00 1.00 49c 49c PLACE YOUR THANKSGIVING TURKEY ORDER NOW All Flavor's — Raspberry, Grape, Cherry, Apricot/ Blueberry, Pineapple, Peach CRYSTAL PRESERVES Large 12 Oz. Glass 5 For 1.00 SUN VALLY OLEO Lb. ISc FOLGERS j^ /»%. P" ff™ S™ |~ COFFEE i GALLON ICE CREAM LARGE JUMBO EGGS SWIFTS JEWEL SHORTEN I NG Lb3 s69c ^^\ lib. can 79c 49c ". 59c ROBIN HOOD WITH COUPON IN THE HOPE STAR 10 Lb. Bag PET MILK Large Cqns_ VANILLA WAFERS 1 Lb. Bag 6?c- 29c FAB WASHING POWDER Large'Box 29c DEL MONTE PEACHES 21 Cans 99c CHILI WILSONS —NO BEANS 1 Lb, Can For 1.00 POWDERED MILK CLOVERLEAF 1 Lb, 29c HERSHEY'S COCOA i-Lb. 37c FARM FRESH PRODUCE RUPY RED GRAPEFRUIT YiUQVY RIPE HF ^"% S ^1 iPflk m ^i ir^ <pj FRISH 6REEN

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