Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on June 8, 1961 · Page 7
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 8, 1961
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. Thinfcy, fee Ready to Lead JFK Tells Navy ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP)-President Kennedy today told the 1961 f/duates of the U.S. Naval Academy they must be prepared for leadership in a troubled world. 'The battle for freedom takes many forms," Kennedy said. "Your devoted assistance is needed as never before." Kennedy received a standing ovation when he arrived at the 'field house, where the graduating exercises were held,, and again ^jjhen ,he was introduced by the jWademy superintendent, Rear Adm. John F. Davidson. After his speech, Kennedy handed diplomas to the honor gradu- )«tcs, headed by Jerome F. Smith * Jr. of San Diego, Calif., who ranked No. 1 among the 785 r*. MOM STAR* MOM, AMKANSM ceiving degrees. Only the. top 95 had the distinction of receiving their diplomas from the President's hands. Kennedy was introduced by Davidson "as our commander in chief, the President of the United States," but the President referred to himself as "a retired civilian officer." Kennedy, a World War II PT boat hero, remarked that he never reached the physical and professional perfection that would cause anyone to mistake him for an academy graduate. The President flew by helicopter from Washington to Annapolis. He was met at the landing field by the chief of naval operations, Adm. Arleigh A. Burke, and Davidson, They moved smartly to a driveway, where an honor guard and the U.S. Navy Band waited. The band struck up "Hail to the Chief" as the guard presented arms an dthc President stood at attention. A 21-gim salute fol- NOW OPEN! 7A.M. toll P.M. WATERMELON PARLOR (Adjoins Barry's Quick Sak) • Delicious Ice Cold Watermelon served in our screened in parlor. • Drive in today ... or tonight, and .enjoy a slice of red, ripe watermelon. S QUICK SAX W. Third Street Hope, Ark. Gardener's Special Welcome your hubby from an afternoon of lawn mowing and hedge-trimming with this Radiant Relish Platter. It's light refreshing and nutritious and will hit the spot on a warm summer evening. The dressing, made with a velvety smooth mayonnaise and rich cream cheese, is a perfect accompaniment for the relishes—and tastes good as a sandwich spread, too. Along with the Relish Platter, treat your gardener to thick slices of ham and cheese and hard rolls. Radiant Hclish I'lnllcr 1 cup Kraft Mayonnaise Cooked shrimp 1 3-oz. pkg. Philadelphia RwLpnion slices Brand Cream Cheese Celery hearts 2 tbsp. sliced green onions Tomato wedges Lettuce , Green onions Gradually blend mayonnaise into cream cheese. Add the sliced onions and mix well. Place in n bowl in the center of a lettuce covered platfcr. Hadiale the shrimp and remaining vegetables n round the dressing. lowed. It was Kennedy's first visit to the academy since becoming President. He Wanted the Watch for Dad LOS ANGELES (AP)-"I bid a dime," said Jim Ezell, 13, as the auctioneer held up a' 17-jcwcl wrist watch. 1 : . The bidding went up to $1.25, but Jim stopped at $1, disappointment on his face. ' .. "Why did you want .the. watch, boy?" asked auctioneer Leo Proctor. "To give to my dad on Father's Day," said Jim. "The watch' is yours." said Proctor. ' ' The trimonthly auction of unclaimed merchandise, held Saturday by the Los Angeles Police raised about $10,000 for tire and police pension funds. CRELJNCK H'.H- Mi'J: is mud: fatter titan it hut to tin Medical Center Receives Grant- LITTLE ROCK (AP)-Thc University of Arkansas Medical Center Monday received a grant, which may eventually total $1,470,000, from the National Institute of Health to finance creation of a clinical research center. The intitial allocation is $200,000. The u.r. o g.r a in will be revicsvccl from time lo time and additional money—up to the full $1,-I70,000 requested by the Medical Center —allocated if the project is progressing on schedule. Current research at the Medical Center is restricted to laboratories. The new program will permit work directly with patients. A I0-to-l2-bccl unit will be set up in connection with the project. Dr. James C. Mel by, an assistant professor in the Department of Medicine, will direct establishment of the program. Charges Against Officer Revived LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Circuit Judge William J. Kirby has re instated burglary and grand larceny charges against former North Little Rock patrolman Huey P. Long, who last week received a suspended sentence. Prosecutor John T. Jcrnigan asked that a docket notation indicating the state moved for the suspension be cancelled. Kirby Monday did more. He struck the sentences and the notation, withdrew Long's guilty pleas and passed the charges until the July court docket for further action. ., When Long pleaded guilty to four burglary and two grand larceny charges, his attorney, Ray Blankenship, told Kirby he tinder- stood Jerhigan was agreeable lo leniency. ,(£}) Jeniigan who was not in court at the time, later denied this and asked for the record modification. New Ministerial Alliance Formed LITTLE ROCK (AP) — White protestant clergymen organized a new ministerial association here Monday in UIP wake of nomination of a Negro for president of the Greater Little Rock Ministerial Association. The Rev. M. L. Moser Jr., a Baptist pastor who has been identified with segregationist causes, .said the nomination of the Rev. ttufus King Young was not directly responsible for formation of the new group. "Segregation is just one facet tf this," Moser said. "The Metropolitan Lillle Rock Association of Free Ministers will be a conserva- Jve group as differentiated from a liberal moderistic group." Moser said most of the organizers of the MLRAFM had never been members of the old association. Boy Questioned in Shooting CLARKSV1LLE. Ark. (AP)-Police questioned a 10-year-old boy about the shooting of 41 year old Stanley Berry of nearby Dark, who was critically wounded Monday. Berry remained in critical condition in a hospital here. Sheriff II. C. Arnold .said Hie boy told him the shooting omirrod when Berry tried lo lake the .22 caliber rifle away from Him. Arnold said lhe hoy luld him il.c rillu was Jhrovvn in a creek. HOI BH WEEK END SPECIALS AT BARRY'S FRYERS • EXTRA SPECIAL • FRESH DRESSED LB. TRAY PACKED SLICED BACON Lb. 39c FRESH LEAN GROUND BEEF Lb. 39c HEAVY SMOKED JOWL 4 - 1.00 GOOD GRADE BOLOGNA 4 Lbs. Sirloin Steak CHOICE BABY BEEF Lb. 65 I, I Beef Roast ROUND BONE or RUMP Lb. COUNTRY STYLE MIX FRESH CUT OUT If- If.' lw It* k SAUSAGE 5 - 1.00 NECK BONES 5 - 75c PUR EX Ql. BISCUITS Cans FRESH EGGS Doz. PET MILK SALT Reg. Size rBoxes LIPTON TEA Lb. Pkg. CALIFORNIA MACKEREL REG. 16 OZ. CAN 7 For 1.00 1:00 39c CLOVER LEAF DRY MILK Bo* 43C ^ 1 LB. BOX FREE | SHOW BOAT Pork n' Beans 49c \ MELLORINE Vi - 39 BETTY CROCKER CAKE MIXES DELSEY TISSUE MAYFIELD CORN 89c 49c 8 11 1.00 For Rolls SWIFT JEWEL COOKING OIL DIXIE WHITE FLOUR V - 49c . WASHING POWDER CHEER 25 Lte 1 49 Large Box PINEAPPLE-ORANGE JUICE M , 290l QA_ PINEAPPLE-GRAPEFRUIT JUICE *• c " n! OVC DAN AN AS YELL iOW RIPE Lb. LEMONS SUNKiST ' Do. 19C TURNIP GREEIMS 2 **. 25c PURPLE HULL PEAS Lb 15c SQUASH HOMEGRCKvVN 2 Lbs. 25C PINTO BEANS .'FOR SHELLING f C ONLY — Lb. IDC WE DELIVER PHONE 7-4404 111 S. MAINST, HOPE, ARK,

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