Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on July 6, 1961 · Page 12
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 12

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1 wnlve Youth Held for Slaying a Woman CISCO. Tex. (API -Officers held Nathan Curry, a neat, serious appearing teen-ager, in jail today in the slaying of Mrs. Florence Husscy. r>:i. a dcply religious church secretary. ' Mayor John It. Webb said Curry, 'if., admitted the killing. County Attorney Earl Conner said the boy led officers to a bronze flowerpot. ;i missing clue in HIP bizarre case. The- pot was used to crush Mrs. Mtissey's head. The youth 1 ? mother, Mrs. F. P. Curry, said her son told her Tuesday about (lip slaying and quoted him as saying, "[ couldn't help it." The youth's father is a grocer Mrs. Curry said their son had been suffering migraine headaches and was in what she called a 'groggy" condition. Mrs. Hussey's slabbed and beat- HOFF - m Grocery Chain Owner Killed RAXTICR SPRINGS. Kan. -- Ted C. Kdens. president and general m;in,iger of Kjirbe's, Inc.. grocery chain, was killed today on automobile .accident. Chief of pnlja. Percy Brown said Eden's young daughter, about 4. was in his car when if started rolling backward down (he driveway at the tfdens home. Kdens ran to get in the car and was pinned between it and another car parked in a nearby street. Brown slid Udells' father-in- law. Floyd Anders and two sons won- in the driveway and were brushed by the car. Kdens had been with Karbe's Kennedy Back From Holiday OPE, ARKANSAS Fryers, Beef Top Market Specials By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS WASHINGTON (API - President Kennedy flew buck today from a holiday weekend nl his Cod home to pick up on a .ne b;isis the labors he' couldn't completely drop even for the fourth of Julv t* ,.,. . Ul> - Supermarket advertisements the presidential jet landed at I take on a more normal summer Andrews Air Force nasc in near-Hook this week with frying chick by Maryland nl 10:22 a.m. EOT ens crowding beef for top billing. Low prices for steaks and roasts have enabled beef to force chicken aside in recent weeks, but this Pack A Salad Of Barhectie Beans I Thursday, 'July 6, 19ft I from Otis (k , n , , im , (about two years. for en body, clad only in a .sheer nightgown, was found in her homo last Thursday by the Rev. Jesse Cassle. pastor of the First Baptist Church where four years. I lor Bible was near her body, An autopsy disclosed Mrs. Hux- soy was not sexually molested. Her purse was in the Nor was she robbed. held $50 and her car driveway of the neat frame house ' worked death. rented a few weeks before her after a one-horn Air Force i3a.se. Mi'.s. Kennedy stayed behind, not planning to return to Washington until next week when she and the President will entertain Presi- Mohammed Ayub Khan of Pakistan clurin state visit may re The children. 3-year-old Caroline and 7-month-old John, main still longer. The family plans suggested Kennedy may quit Washington's heat again next weekend for a .seashore break. The U. S. ballistic missile bnso construction program svil) use enough structural steel to build 20 Empire State Buildings, concrete to const nice seven Pentagons nnd power to light a city of 250,000 people. July Is Independent Grocer Month SUPER MARKET Dial 7-4501 WE DELIVER 9 A.M.-10 A.M. — 2P.M. CAROLINA GOLD PEACHES Cans FOLGERS COFFEE Oi. Jar MILK CLOVER LEAF DRY MILK 2 QT. BOX 10 Lbs. Rolls CAMAY GRAPE DRINK DRINK BUY CARTON Get Second Carton FREE Plus Deposit FROSTY ACRES ORANGE BANQUET CHERRY, PEACH and APPLE I Large Size Home Grown Tomatoes Pound PET & CARNATION MELLORINE (REAM Gal. Home Grown PURPLE HULL Pound Home Grown Bananas Pound LARGE Good & Fresh Coif SUN VALLEY GROUND STEW Good Tender Chuck Prices for ThMrsdoy, Fridgy & Sotyrdoy, July 6th 7 7th, 8th week chickens arc tops in New England, the Middle Atlantic States and Midwest. Quotations of 33-36 cents a pound at one chain's New York metropolitan area stores are 3 to (i cents less than a year ago Steaks still are (he No.l attraction in many areas. Sirloin and porterhouse are on the bill in the East, round steaks in the Detroit area and rib steaks around Chicago. Leg of Iamb is featured in New England and the Midwest. Fish items are confined largely to seal DtAl 7-4431 FRt*-iJELiVeRY "SERVING YOU SINCE 1896 DRESSED OUR SPICiAttY DELICIOUS ROUND lops nnd halibut. Egg prices' continue to climb. Advances run from 2 to 4 cents a dozen this week, leaving prices 4 to 8 cents above year-ago levels. A considerable number of fresh vegetables and fruits arc available. New arrivals include New Jersey carrots, onions and pep- Jers; New York currants, straw- jerries, broccoli and spinach; Connecticut cabbage, cauliflower and lettuce; Pennsylvania beans and cauliflower; South Carolina watermelons and regular plum- type tomatoes from Virginia. Best buys among vegetables arc beets, broccoli, cabbage, carrots, celery, endive, escarolc, miscellaneous leafy cooking greens including spinach radishes, squash and green onions. Good buys include beans, corn, cucumbers, eggplant, mushrooms, onions, parsley, peas, watercress, and peppers. Fruits are especially numerous. Limes mangoes, lemons, plums, apricots and nectarines are rated as outstanding buys and the 'good" buy lablc adorn watermelon, large avocados, blueber- •ies, cantaloups, honeydcw melons jrapes, sour cherries, peaches, •asberries strawberries and small California oranges. With the Civil War centennia spurring greater travel, you're probably following the call to the open road now that summer is here. No matter what direction you head ... north, south, east, 01 west... you'll find many wornler- ful things to see. Among the "thing's to be packed" will be your camera to. snap.historical sites or the beauties of nature, maps to guide the way and most important of all... the picnic basket. No matter what route you decide on, you're sure to find a picnic area. It's reported that in 1,370 cities in the USA there are 10,833 picnic areas. Many of these spots hnve lighted areas for evening recreation and outdoor eating. Pleasureable, indeed. Pill your picnic basket with foods that will satisfy outdoor appetites. Sure to please all... chil- dren especially ... are canned beans. Try canned barbecue beans made into a crunchy salad and kept deliciously cool "en route" in a wide-mouth vacuum bottle. Carry the greens in a plastic container and assemble the salad at the picnic spot. Start your "on the fond" menu with mugs of hot sipping soup, tomato, beef broth, consomme, from vacuum bottles. Round it out with sliced ham and cheese Sandwiches, and fresh fruit Crunchy Barbecue Bean Salad lean (J.pound) barbecue foeana w cup chopped i.'elei-y . 2 tablespoons chopped green )iep/)fi' W,n sp , oon , nncly dipped onion Chilled snlud'KrecMs Combine all ingredients, except salad greens. Chill. Serve on bed of salad greens. Makes 3 to servings. STEAK BROILING SIRLOIN PERSONAL OBSERVATION »/ Janet Henry ore much mom people whose book cecw*s T 1° tlcc * 6ne *«* those wh » tave money want fnorc Made Money by Reviving Monsters By BOB THOMAS AP Movie-TV Writer LONDON (AP) - Hollywood would call Col. Jimmy Can-eras a Picadilly Sam Katzman. By any name he is one of thfi top successes of the English film world, having built an empire out of vampires, Frankensleins and assorted monsters, Col. Can-eras—the rank is real —is founder and ruler of Hammer Films, which picked up where Katzman and other sharp Hollywood operators left off. It all started with "The Curse of Frankenstein" in 1955. Carrer- State Has No Armory Money LITTLE ROCK ( API-Arkansas doesn't have funds to match federal grants for construction of National Guard armories at Lincoln, of public domain and made the film for 100,000 pounds—$280,000. Thrill-seekers, especially in the United States, flocked to it. Profit: $1.4 millions. Knowing a good thing when he sees it, Carrearas wheeled out 7 , „ " pracnla, the Mummy, the Abomcl askecl lhat inable Snowman and other horrors to vast success. He has deals to ; .. produce films for both' Col urn bia and • Universafi'He maintain and Harrison, state Adjutant Gen. Sherman T. Clinger said Tuesday. Clinger said he had notified the National Guard Bureau in Washington of the money shortage and control by financing half of each movie, Cameras operates from Hammer House in the film district of Wardour Street. I found him at his desk, bronzed from a Riviera holiday. Like mist film executives, he enjoyed talking. "We make gimmick pictures, really. The title is the thing. When you have a title like Frankenstein or Dracula, that's bigger than anyone you could put in it. "Names don't mean a thing except in the United States. "We've got a formula for our pictures. We make them in color, with class, but sensibly priced. They're paid for in the British market; the rest of the world is like squeezing the orange. "We make six a year. If four hit, we're lucky. They'll pay for the others. "Our story readers have a list of do's and don'ts. They can look on the list and see if a slript is for us. "Above all, we watch the prize If a picture goes 300 pounds over budget, there is a major inquest." no federal money be diverted from Arkansas until a special session of the Legislature has an opportunity to act. S.tat'e money for armory construction was appropriated by the 1961 Legislature in the so-called omnibus law, later ruled unconstitutional by the Arkansas Supreme Court. Clinger said he believes the special session, expected around Aug. 1, will inappropriate armory money. the Negro Men Rob Liquor Store EL DORADO, Ark. (AP) - , „. lice reported that an El Dorado liquor store was robbed of more than $2,000 early today by two Negro men who left the owner and an assistant bound. Jack Dewey Helms, the opera- lor, said robbers forced their way into the store after it was closed but while he and Vince Passorel were still there. One Negro had a pistol. After taking the money plus a watch and ring from Helms, the robbers tied up Helms and Passo- rel and fled, • Passorel managed to knock! a telephone from its cradle and dail for help. He and Helms were not injured. 100% PURE GROUND COUNTRY STYLE Sausage 100 DELICIOUS CHUCK 45 Ib HEAVY SMOKED THICK SLICED 1 LB. PACKAGE STICK BORDEN'S 1/2 GAL. LOW CALORIE .Package lee Cream Cones Free Thot Old Cor Followed Him MALVERN, Ark. (APj-Dennis Wheat bought a new car in la^ and traded it in reluctantly for 3 newer model in 1955. Several days ago Wheat saw the car on a lot and tried to buy it, but it had already been .sold Wheat attended a drive - in movie Tuesday night and won u fishing ear given a.s a prize It was his old automobile. Japan is the American farmer s best foreign customer buying huge quantities annually of raw cotton, soy beans, and barley MOORE BROS. (GUARANTEED FLOUR 5 - 39 C -IO ° 77 c A SALUTE... - to the - __ INDEPENDENT GROCERS OF HOPE 3 POUND CAN ^ m — PURE VEGETABLE f ^^ Shortening D 7 Soups • Pork & Beans Tomato Juice Franco-American Spaghetti ; Swanson Products POUND SACK GUARANTEED Potatoes

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