Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on June 29, 1961 · Page 7
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 29, 1961
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^^lJjnn*\:fO?r^>W.*trt*>lP3KS.'^s fthfiy, Jfiftf It, W1 »e&sm^&v>ist^ HOr I IT AH, MOM, AftKANSAS ftfi ft** Things Happening to Eisenhower EDITORS NOTE: Arthur Eel- son, veteran Washington Associated Press political writer, gives his impression of former Prcsi- rf'nt Dwight D. Eisenhower sii»:e l)tf/ft office, By ARTHUR BDSON 1IERSHEY, Pa. (AP)-The nice thing about being president is what happens once you get out of office. A big "welcome home" party was held for Dwight D. Eisenhower Monday night. During it .the former president gave glimpses of an Eisenhower no one saw, t.'Ucvcn suspected, during his ciPt years in the White House. Who would have thought that Eisenhower, so long hovered over by Secret Service men, would give out autographs so generously that admirers would jam about him until it looked like a junior grade mob scene? lion thus: "The picture of government, as Or that he would leap nimbly I * see it, is of a gigantic Santa to his feet and, along with former Vice President Richard M. Nixon, join a male chorus in singing a parody, "Jack the Knife," mildly poking fun at President Kennedy? Or that he would have Negro waiters line up for him to shake hands in a personal dcmonstra- tion of how Republicans can win | friends and presumably influence I folksy, Nixon was businesslike as Claus, and we're dancing around the Christmas tree, hoping for our presents. But each package is marked in fine print, so we don't have to read it, 'you don't have to pay for this, but your grandchildren will. 1 " But while Eisenhower \vcnl about his chores relaxed and voters? Througli it all, Mr. Eisenhower acted as jf he were having a ball. usual. Nixon returned to a theme .he used when ho. first broke his self- This was a money-raising at- imposed silence on the Kennedy fair. Tickets cost $109.50, with i administration more than a month $9.50 going for foor and $100 going •>•»» to the GOP. At such a price, there were serious moments, of course. Eisenhower took a dim view of Kennedy's legislative plans. "Now for the school program, I can't describe it, and the farm program that's been offered Congress, it's even more of a monstrosity," Eisenhower said. He sized up the new administra- ago. Nixon's thesis: that Kennedy has failed in foreign affairs because he has been "talking big and acting little." "We never had an administration," Nixon said, "that talked more courageously and eloquently and acted more timidly than the one we have today." This, Nixon insisted; encourages the Soviet Union's Nikita Khrush- fi&B SUPER MARKET Dial 7-4501 WE DELIVER 9A.M.-10 A.M. — 2>\M.-4P.M. Week End Specials & Monday, July 3rd Wiidroot i * HAIR DRESSING • Keeps Hair Well Groomed All Day! I»M»WMBWW»«VM»M«M«WW«M< AMERICAN PICKLES SOUR & DILL 2 - 45c ZESTEE SALAD DRESSING 39c Full Quart Swifts Pure ICE CREAM ALL FLAVORS 6 pints 100 MIRACLE AID All Flavors Packages 25c MELLORINE CREAM 39 c JELLO 3 Boxes 25c Del Monte FRUIT COCKTAIL 2 - 303 Cans 49c PAPER PLATES & NAPKINS 2 Pkgs. for 25c Richtex Shortening 3 Lb. Can 59c FOLGER'S COFFEE 10 Oz. Jar 1 Lb. Can 1.29 69c Del Monte Tuna Fish 4 Cans 1.00 Del Monte PINEAPPLE & GRAPEFRUIT, PINEAPPLE & ORANGE 4 29 Oz. Cans SHOWBOAT PORK & BEANS 3 Tall ILb. Cans ON THIS ECONOMY SIZB REGULAR or MENTHOL •Baled on per ounce ml of 6'A ot >i» it Fair Tradt Slolu Bananas Pound 10 Home Grown Large Yellow CORN 6 Ears 25 Potatoes RED 10 Pounds 42 SUNKIST Lemons Dozen 29 PICNIC SMOKED THE BEST MEAT IN TOWN — GOOD & TENDER GROUND BEEF Pound 39c SUN VALLEY OLEO 2 Lbs, EGGS LARGE 2 Doz. 89c 4 to 6 Lb. Avg. Small Cured 31clb. 43clb. FRESH DRESSED FRYERS GRADE A 23 LU. FRANKS 2 Ib.baq 65c Good t Tender T • BONE STEAK Pound LUNCH MEAT Mac. & Cheese, All .Meat Bologna Pressed Ham and Pickle & Pimento Loaf Pound 47c Pins Commission Bars on Son ion to mnkc n few little trips? ossibly turn our heads aside as lie goes and comes through the Gate?" Tuttle was stiff with the disap- foval he did not voice. "You're ie boss," The Judge looked again toward liss Amy and smiled fit her. "Very well (hen, Miss- Amy, on may resume your sightscc- ng," said Ihc Judge. "Of course vc will expect you back at the lomc at last." "Oh, (hank you, Judge, thank wi!" .The little old Indy gathered herself with the scurry of (upending departure and looked ip into His face thai, was misled »y her grateful tears. "I've been so afraid I would never gel to we it, Judge—this wide and won- lerful world thai You made." (THE END Copyright, 1961 by NEA, Inc. MRS. W. B. RUGGLES OF HOPE IS SHOWN PINNING the bars on her son, Charles Bryan (Jack) Rugglcs, following commissioning ceremonies at the University of Arkansas. Charles received his commission as a 2nd Lieutenant in the U. S. Air Fore*. He also recevied his BS degree in business administration. SUSPENSES A Short Short Storv 1961 fcy NEA. tec. Personal Incomes Drop in State NEW YORK (AP) - Personal ncomc in Arkansas in April foaled $ino.() million, n 3.1 per cunt lecrcasc from April, .1960,. Busi- icss Week said. Nationally, total ncomc climbed .5 per cent in April. The four month Arkansas otnl of $754.fi million reflected an ncrcasc of .0 per cent over last year's four-month figure. VFW Names Now State Commander LITTLE ROCK (AP) -ln» J, Fultciion of flcbcr Springs was elected commander of (he Arkansas department. oC (he Veterans of Foreign Wars as (he VFW convention ended Sunday. Bill Wilson of West Memphis was elected senior vice c omninnder and Kent iBrnnflcy of MfGehee was elected junior vice commander. A Scottish Inch may ba a lake, n long arm of (ho sea, or a bay. Fresh Load of Red and Yellow Meat WATERMELONS • Plenty of good ripe Peaches from Sam Rcvis orchard daily. • Home Grown Vine Ripe TOMATOES • Plenty of other vegetables SAM REVIS SHED Highway 67 East Second Stop Beyond Viaduct She ran away to ride iho merry-go-round at an amusement park. By LEE PRIESTLEY * She looked wide eyed and bliss- u 1 as a child as the dapple gray ho rode .slowed with the merry- go-round music. When she stepped ff Tutllc pounced. "Got you!" he said. "Run away rom home, will you"! The little old lady squeaked ike a cornered mouse and tugged U his hands. Then giving up, she stood hopeless and pathetic. "Oh, come now, Miss Amy. stop looking liko a lamb led to aughtcr!" , "Is something wrong?" The calm voice behind them spun buttle like a lop. "Why, Judge!" Tulllu said, 'You here?" The Judge smiled. "I'm often found in strange places. What's .he trouble, Miss Amy?" • Tulllc answered for her. "She run away. Actually ran away! To ride the merry-go-round in an amusement park!" "Aren't you happy at the Home, Miss Amy?" the Judge asked. "I feel responsible, you know, for I sent you there." ' "Oh yes, Judge, I'm more com- chev. ."Today we find Mr. Khrushchev is more arrogant, more cocky UHL more belligerent," Nixon .said. He got a big hand from the 1,500 diners when he- added: "The cighl years of Dwight Eisenhower were .successful in keeping Iho peace, and keeping it svilhout surrundet and keeping it without surrendct of principle." But mostly this was like an overgrown — and overly plush — neighborhood party. Eisenhower was given a bust of himself, Mrs. Eisenhower studied the bronze critically and then said: "It looks like he's got a lot ol hair," Eisenhower laughed so heartily that the place where his hair uscc to be got very red. orlable there than 1 ever was in ny lifu. Jt isn't Dial.—" "She's ungrateful," Tulllc said vralhfully. "Why we make the lome a real Heaven! Leisure, nusie, ambrosial food—" "Tulllc." Tutllc subsided. The Judge waited calmly. "You see, Judge, I married young," the old lady said. "Bc- 'orc I'd been anywhere or seen i thing. Then the babies came jnd you don't have much time or noney on a farm. I used to think I couldn't stand it. Even the rees crowded close around so I couldn't see oul! John knew how felt so he began cutting a gap and that's how lie got crippled. Well, there's less lima and money when your man is lied to a wheel chair, Judge, and ' all on account of me." Miss Amy looked unusually downcast and Tulllc seemed to foul unhappy. It was his fault that her lilllu excursion had been interrupted. But after all, hu had been do ing his duty and no one could really blame him for what he'd done. "I understand those who are heavy laden," Iho Judge said. "That's why t thought you should have rest now." "After John went, I could sec that Robbie, my baby, wasn't just right, Judge. lie was big anc gentle but he couldn't do for himself and it worric/l him if 1 wasn'l right in his sight every minute. I slayud on the farm all those years until poor Robbie died, thought 1 might get to see some of Ihc world then, but there was that train wreck not ten miles away from the home place. I'm 'not criticising, Judge, she addec hastily. "1 know." The Judge turned to Tulllc-. "Don't you think in this case, we might make an exception? Give Miss Amy permis- OUR ANCESTORS "by Quincy "Nothing will beat the heat like a nic« cool trolley rids!" THIS WEEK'S HEAVY BEEF CHUCK ROAST 39« ARKANSAS MAID THICK or THIN SLICED BACON 2199' SWIFT'S PREMIUM FRYERS WHOLE CUT UP 55c 65c EACH BLACK RIND HOOP CHEESE PURE GROUND BEEF 2 Fresh EACH u 49c us 89c LUNCHEON Pickle - Pimento Liver Loaf Spiced Luncheon Moat All Meat Boloana Bor-B-Q Pork Loaf All 49c Lb. CORN 6 25 HOME GROWN BUTTER BEANS LARGE lOc LEMONS Yellow Ripe Bananas Lb. LARGE SIZE FAB 4 GOOD FRESH EGGS 3 BLACKBURN WAFFI SYRUP LACE TOILET TISSUE NABISCO CRACKERS Doz. 00 BISCUITS 3 - 25c • W NORTHERN e NAPKINS 2 « 25c RANCH STYLE Jug Roll 39cBEANS3 33c CUT RITE WAX 6c PAPER 2 - 49c DEL MONTE Box 27c TUNA 4-1.00 FOLGER'S COFFEE Ib. 67c MELLORINE «... 39c RICHTEX SHORTENING 3 - 59c DANNIE HAMILTON ' IHI ^^^^ .jtf^^k. fl^^ ^H IHI Mt M WVH Rtfi BBfflh. r^^^^Bm rm B^H H^Hrlnl + FOOD CENTER + 206 East Second St. - FREE DELIVERY - Phone 7-3611

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