Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 11, 1958 · Page 7
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 7

Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 11, 1958
Page 7
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Desembep If, tfgf H 0 PI I f A * ,' H 0 P 8 , A i K A N S:A S EAT. • \ . <-; A ( *> ? <l ' PRICES GOOD FRIDAY & SATURDAY LUSTRICRIAM $1,20 Value ZEE BRAND TOILET , TISSUE 4 Rolls GODCHAUX 10 "•• 99c FOLGERS Lb, 7Sc SUN VALLEY Lb. 15c BISCUITS 3 29c DEL MONTE ENGLISH WALNUTS - 39c CUDAHY'S — That Good Kind 8 49c 1.39 PRODUCE TEXAS 5 Lb. Bag 25 Lbs. 2 " 2Sc See Us For Your Christmas Cooking Needs 4 to 6 Lb t&ft , Average , Each SLAB SLICED or Lb, Lb, CRADt WELL ORIENTED—Her "Irish" eyes Hashing, Nobu Atsuml McCarthy'takes it easy in Hollywood', The former Jafedriese model \v»ho married an American GI. is Jerry Lewis' leading lady in the Paramount comedy, "The Geisha Boy." Struggle to Shape Budget Economy By SAM DAWSON NEW YORK (AP)— The struggle to mold a new federal budget into the shape of economy looks as •frustrating to many men in Wall Street today as it looks difficult to the fiscal experts in Washington. 'Economy is a fine goal but the odds are stacked asainst it, many believe. And this discouragement, or cynicism, makes them feel that the current letup in inflationary pcs- sures will last only a few more months at best. The bulls In Wall Street seem sure of it. Consumer surveys indicate that the public expects another rise in prices,' to, Treasury deficits' 'are only one of the inflationary pressures that from time to time send the cost of living higher. Among , others a.rc the wage-price' spiral "thai pushes the cost of production higher; or credit inflation that comes when the rate of new investment exceeds the rate of- capital formation through savings; or too little capacity to produce goods when demand is high. The last two aren't operating just now, But the first two are. And many see continuing danger from them after the conditions now putting a brake on the rise in living costs lose <the race. Serious as , this fiscal year's prospective Treasury deficit of 12 billion "dollars Is, bankers feel that the money ' managers so far are tackling the problem of containing its Inflationary aspects with considerable' success. ; But the real misgivings — according to the Guaranty Trust Co. of New Yorlj in its December survey today — "arjbe from the fact vhal this deficit is symptomatic of a rising tide of expenditure over which no one , seems to have an.v real control," What basically causes distrust of the dollar, the bank holds "Is the growing fear of "deficit financing as a 'way of life," There are those who contend that government spending also can have qnti-inllationary aspects, This theory' is that such, spending stimulates the eponortiy, causes Incomes and profits to rise and thus helps the Treasury pare deceits, inspires businessmen themselves to spend more, thus ill' creasing productivity* and Holding down prices, amd boosts consumer spirits so that they buy more aud thus, create- jobs, - to |ea Market § Trt Various cuts pf pork, will be fesf lured in .niany supermarket? 9Bd ne|ghljprh.Qqd l grocery, stores this weej$et)d a,s a, preview of, 19§9« , $8e 01 l FPgeiyes Jfte special treat rnent in a pod 'Dumber -of stores, while other poyk ibsrgajns will be Q f f 9J'°4 jtl s^ouJclK > roasts, picnic h^rns an^j >pa~rk, lq|n,s.- porfe prlcas pro expected •_$ depress? /flSJtf year and appear* Jower already. • , News Briefs TAIPEI, Formosa (AP)—A rn- Volt larger and more powerful than the Hungarian uprising IS under wr,y in Red China's southwestern territory of Tibet, a" member oC the Chinese Nationalist Cabinet said today. LI Yung-Hain. chairman 'jf the Mongolian and Tibetan Affairs Commission, told Puiliumcnl thai more than 300,000 Tibetans are in revolt. MOSCOW (AP)—Diplomatic observers in Moscow think the removal of Soviet Police Chief Iv,ai1 A. Serov may lie a move toward decentralizing the security system. l \, This view was widely held today among ambassadors ( \yho were surprised by the removal announcement. Frank Sinatra Simply Loves Florida f bPYP test . crop \yell Jhou,)<J By BOB THOMAS AP Movie-TV Writer HOLLYWOOD (AP)— Frank Sinatra loves Florida. He even plans to live there part 'of the -year, .' This is in the fnce of a report in- Variety that Sinatra got the "tieatmsnt" during his recent visit to Miami Beach, The local .press needled him by claiming he didn't want to work and had engaged in too much partying, Also that the film company had fled Florida after "an nboited two weeks of shool- ins;." Not so, says Frank. "We got some wonderful stuff down , there,"' ho. sfiid, "The scenery is just fabulous and we've got a"!ot of it on film, I don't think it has ever been shown in a movie before, I'We came back to Hollywood early because wo had finished nearly everything we syanted. Tlie only thing Jeft undone was a spene in a cafeteria. Sinatra "wants to go 'back there, wants' to go tmc!? there, "I want just a small place ]ike the one I 'have in Palm Spring^ where I can turn the Key arid go away and leave it without' a staff to kecp r H up," CaJifornfans may not Jike thjs, but. Sinatra does a rave abput the Florida weather. He a]so argups Miat 'there's more sporting to b? foynd down yonder, not just the gQlfing of California, resorts, I( jt'? any gonsolation, '.he he'll still make Hollywood Jjis base ,pf operations, ' The aco hard-Juck picture, "Porgy AM'Bess," somehow co.m,pje£e Jtg tp tfle r?J{?f of otto ??j'errii hjirsds, preminger , _says it's greatest filrn he eyer directed, l?yt s that he cqujt} Write -a hi? relation,.? wjtjj the Qojdwyn. gQmghqv^ they man aged to. RvoicJ pp,eja wgrfafp , , cap't get 3\vay (fftm Jioljy A.S I was leayjn| for ^t the Fresr^e press Club, the -next fcHqvv in jlfp ticket jjne was ; pjark Qable. fle apcl tjje JTHSSUS were flyjng to gtpcHtcjn for some ' 'The fee ,, and. there aye , qsfl ' ' WEST'S CONTINUES MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS Cotton Dusters Assi, Colors & Styles, Sites S-M-L Values to 2.98 Needs No Ironing. Golma Crepe 'Bites 10 to 16 •' MEN'S ROBES Rayon Panties Cot Ion Suede, Asst, Plaid Colors Sizes S-M-L White, Blue, Pink, Sizes S-M-L First Quality Other, Styles . . 6.95 to 8.95 JEWELRY NYLON SLIPS 'Cuff Link-Tie.Bar;Sets", Values to 3,50 ' Large Group Sikes 32 to 42 Lace Trim Double Skirt SIZES 36 8,5% WOOL ,15%-NYLON 3 BUTTON FRONT LATEST STYLES Corduroy Pants Close Out Price Values to 10.00 Not All Sizes Shop West and Save ' Sizes 6 to 16 Brown - Grey Reg, 2.98 Vol. SIZES 36 TO 42 85% WOOL 15% NYLON FLAP POCKETS, , Other Styles 19,95 - , MEN'S . ' DRESS SHIRTS POYS ' , Western Jeans 13% 0^,, Denim; ;„file,Legs Sizes 6'to 16' t Tru-Vgl" VVash-N-Wear, White;0nly Sizes 14J- to 17 F!?nne! Shirts WORK SOCKS 10 tp Dozep Qniy ', Reg.-1,59 value §gm SfyJe ; Brown, B|u_§, Una Tqp Hi pure gQldi'Wi ^BPP'-'I'V^S ^ ' • § ereim*shade; J?. t , were be city,' •" t _<„,

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