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H 0 P I 11 A t, H 3 M, AlRANIAl IAL DISPLAY N« " iWordlowi Tailor Shop IffltfV . " lULL&OZER WORK - Dirt Moving IDiociifta' S&9.95 JNOW $14.95 jt?dJt,tiwrw1before the . an ope«» and save. _ * AUTO kSSOCIAfE STORE »,"j* ....iiife*:_ MATTRESSES Mad* Into InntrwMl ..jrk auiranteri Om Day 8*rvlo« +*m : DAVIS IrMottrara C*. Phone 7-K1I I WESTERN SHARES .S. BATES Ark. AGEN Phon. 7.4454 f Luck .HIghway 67 Wait LUCK'S , FURNITURE co. pM«a of City Llmlta Watt Ipllpn Water Barrels for 8ala 7-43S1 Hope, Ark. HAULING , -Gravel, Fill Dirt and ?|oil Light Haulinfl. tv' K ^ LNEST JONES ^ Phone 7^860 i Supply Co. Phone 7-2381 RINTING CO 'Office upplies ^ W Front S». a? \ «,','« 's Service AND USED GLASS INSTALLED JEW AND USED PARTS , (TfOP) PORTER ~*^ Complete P«rt« and • v; .' Service for Holland Balers id Ford Tractors $/ f tout pr writ* Tractor Co. CLASSIFIED AAt Mart *i In Office D*y Before Publication WANT AD RATtS ML A* Sf , DISPLAY i6.oo ..*.....>...... p*r »......-~.... fpe'iw nej; SOe p«f Inch I tlmt 3 tlrtw* 6 tiitwi Rorti quoted abov* art tor eon- i Meutiv* intertlem. Irregular or iklp- datt adt will takt the one-doy rat*. All daily classified advertising copy will be accepted until 5 p. m. for publication the following day. The publisher* reserve the right to revise or edit all advertisement* offered for publication and to reject any objectionable advertising submitted Initial* of one or more letter*, groups or figure* such a* house or telephone, number* count a* one word. The Hope Star will not be responsible for error* m Want Ads unle*t errors are called to our attention after FIRST insertion 'of ad and then for ONLY the ONE Incorrect Insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 For Sale , Layaway Open on TftlKES > BIKES AND DOLLS OKLAHOMA TIRE & SUPPLY COMPANY. FIVE room modern home, floor furnace, attic fan. 1305 S. Hervey. Small down payment, balance like rent. Phone 7-4568. 10-3t BEDROOM suite, Springs, mattress, $40. Channel six Aerial, $10. Phone 7-3223, H-3t WIZARD washing machine. Old fashioned chin a cabinet, chrome dinette suite, antique coffee tables, other household items. Mrs. Frank Phflpot, Highway 73 about V* mile off highway 4 north. 12-3t THREE registered Guernsey bull calves from high producing dams. David McKee, Route 4, Hope. (Old Blevins Road). 13-61 For Rent Hope Star HOUSE jacks, Wire stretchers, Post hole diggers, Tarps, Reaves Bargain House and Fawn Shop, 205 S. Walnut, Phone 7-2471. 18-1 Mo. Mw ef HeM lit*; Prus-1M7 Jenuery II, Itat Magnolia, Ark, "—V. W, W» * 1HO-R irmit« Control Co. (PBD - INSURED • , GUARANTIED Frt« ImptcHon Cell , MIDDUHROOKS Jr, n ft HOM Nif ht MIVM ! *tf'.';i M •' D1ATOR? stock ' *^jM^r *^ ^^P^, I ¥V PuMtahed every weekday afternoon by STAR >UIU$HINfl CO. C. C. Palmer, fresldent Alex. H. W«h»unv I«y-Tr» et The Ster lulMhif 112-14 South Wehiyt Street He*e, Arkonies AIM. H. Wttfhbvrn, Mltor i, PuMtabw Pml H. Jenei, Menofllni Idltor Jen M. Devls, Advertising M«ne«e» Geerie: W. Hesmer, Mech. Supt. Intered « lecend clas* matter «t the Post Office at Hope, Arkonsu, •nder the Act ef Merch 1, 11*7. ef the Audit Buresw el Clrculetlxu , Subscription Rates (payabli In ad, 'vane*): ft carrier In Hop, and mlghborlng towni— , E« *••* •"—,•,•22 Ptr y«ar .....13.00 •y • mall In HcmpstMd, Nivada, toFoyttt*. Howard, and Mllltr coun- w»— * :..., MI One IWOOtrl *•*•»**••**••••* M*•*•!*•••*•••»•••• *B3 • llx month* - 2.60 On* year ;....„..„...»........ 4.50 NICELY furnished 4 room apartment and bath. Private entrances 7-3497. 23-tf SMALL furnished apartment with private bath. 514 East Third. 9-3t Upstarts May Be in Bowl Games By ED CORRIGAN Of the Associated Press Two upstarts who dared not en* tertain any fanciful dreams in September can make dates for New Year's Day if things go right to morrow. Arkansas the Cinderella team of the Southwest conference needs only to tie Southern Methodist to clinch the league championship to the embarrassment of such powers as Texas which was once regarded as an almost-certain winner. Ohio State has shot to the fore in the up-and-down Big Ten race and the No. 2 team in the country will seek to make Purdue its eighth straight victim and sixth in a row in league play. The Buckeyes might gat a real batlle from Len Dawson ynd his aerial circus but they're the favorites just the same. If Michigan Stale whips Michigan and Iowa drops Minnesola Ohio State is in The Southwest Conference winner automatically is nominated as the host team in the Cotton Bowl in Dallas while the Big Ten victor goes to the Rose Bowl. The other Cotton Bowl team is invited after the season. The Pacific Coast Conference representalive in the Rose Bowl probably will be Southern California through the courtesy of UCLA. Southern Cal plays Washington and should have no trouble. UCLA the No. 1 team in this week's Associated Press poll is FOUR room furnished apartment. Electric refrigerator, Garage. 'No children. Mrs. Anna Judson, 220 N. Elm. 10-tf FIVE room house, 1% mile west on 16th Street. Inquire across road. Howard Livingston. 10-3t THREE room unfurnished apartment, private bath and private entrances. 408 E. 3rd. Phone 73530. ll-3t All rnall— ThrM month* .... tlx monthi QRv^yBoi' «*««••«»«*,«« t *•*«*•*« M»*««MI*** l*10 MMM 3.25 M*t**l****«MMI»M 6*50 .....13.00 Arkontai Oallln, Inc.; 1602 Sterlck •Ida.. Mtmphlt 2, Tenn.; SOS Texas lank Blda., 'Dallai zj Tcxai; 360 N. Michigan Av«., Chicago 1, III.; 60 E. 42d St., N»w York 17, N. Y.; )7*3 PwiobKOt Blda., Detroit 2, Mich.; Terminal Blda., Oklahoma City 2, Okla. i. ' MMkw «f The AiieclaM Pr«it The Atsoclored Prut U entitled •*• •hNlvely, to the use for republicatlon of all the local newt printed In thii newspaper, ae well at all AP newi dtepatchw. FIVE room modern house. Inquire at Atkins Grocery. ll-3t DOWNSTAIRS furnished apartment. Private entrance, garage and bath. Mrs. K. G. McRae, 300 Edgewood. Phone 7-2432. 12-3t idle before tackling the Trojans next week. The Uclans played in the Hose Bowl last New Year's to Lost IRISH setter bird dog. H found notify C. P. Jones in Patmos, Ark., Phone 7-2925. 9-6t Help Wonted $2.00 HOURLY Possible doing light assembly work at home. No experience necessary. Write SANCO Mfg. Co., 7159 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles 36, Calif. ll-2t Funeral Directors OAKCREST FUNERAL HOME INSURANCE . . . AMBULANCE 2ND & HAZEL . . . PHONE 7-2123 AD-1 Mo. TF HERNDON CORNELIUS BURIAL ASSOCIATION Largest and Oldest in South Arkansas. Call 7-5505 for our agents A23-1 Mo. Instructions CLASSES in tap, acrobatic, ballet and toe. Katharine Windsor, 104 E, 14th. Phone 7-3327. 22-1 mo. The Negro Community •y Helen Turner Phone 7-W30 Or brlno Item* to Mlee Turner •t Hlcke Funeral Home Day so they are not eligible return. Another team that could'be its bowl hopes enhanced or badly mangled is Georgia currently leading the Southeastern Conference. The Bulldogs are undefeated but tied in league play but they face a strong Auburn club and will be the underdog. The conference winner gees to the Sugar Bowl. Meanwhile there are numerous traditional games around the country and even the ancient Ivy League could produce a winner. Yale clubbed by Army last v/eek nonetheless is 4-0 in the league. The Blis play Princeton for the 77th time and could come, home first should Harvard turn back Brown and Cornell get past Dartmouth. Other big ones from a traditional standpoint include Pitt-Nebraska and Alabama-Georgia Tech. Oklahoma ranked No. 3 behind UCLA and Ohio State plays Missouri Nebraska's chief .rival for the Orange Bowl bid. Notre: .Dame No. 5 after Arkansas will fry to gain prestige at the expense of North Carolina while Army' tha class of the East and No. 6 has a relatively soft assignment against Perm. Bobcats Take, Arkadelphia by 34-12 Score The Hope Bobcats woft their first conference game of the season last night by defeating the Arkadelphia Badgers 34-12. The Badgers scored in the first period when Jirriy Baker ran 12 yards around end for the tally. The try for extra point was nd goodi In the same quarter the Cats received their first score of the night; when Bruce Duke 'Crashed the middle from the 5 yard line. Duke added the extra point. In the second quarter Steve Marlar ran 22 yards around end for a touchdown. Duke made the extra pont. The half time score was Hope 14 Arkadelphia 6. Paul Huddleston blocked a Badger punt in the 3rd period which was scooped up by Gilbert Honneycutt who raced 25 yards for the score, Duke made the (pat). The next tally came when Steve Marlar passed 40 yards to Larry Cox. Huddleston made the extra point. The Badgers received their last touchdown in the final period when David Jones passed to Brownie Parmley 40 yards. The try for extra point was no good. The Cats scored their last touchdown when Lindy Pate ran the ball over from the 4 yard line. Try for extra point was no good. Hope racked up 233 yards rushing, 49 yards passing and was penalized 25 yards. Arkadelphia made 102 yards rushing, 70 yards passing and was penalized 25 yards. Hope made 15 first downs, Arkadelphia made 13. By ELINORE DENNISTON tHE STORY- Greg.... Seaver, a young man who wants to do things oh his own, has left the security of working for his stepfather to be the chauffeur of Wade Daggett, a wealthy Ivalld. Traveling In Daggett's ear and trailer, they find Rupert Landusky, an al'en» III from exposure and starvation, and he joins their party. Now at A country carnival Greg ; has. met a girl who was first jilted by the man who had asked h«r to.fnarry him, and then robbed by a thief of all the money she had In th4 world. : '•"•'':• nah was waiting; on a chair in the lobby, erect and stiffi hands folded on her lap, eyes straight ahead. The color flooded her face as she caught sgiht of him, "You thcfught 1 wasn't coming back," he accused her, and shipped his billfold into her hand, "You tun pay for your room" He watched her come back to him across the lobby, carrying two heavy suitcases. He observed that she. had a figure for Greek sculpture 1 , 1 -too ample for contemporary fashion, too delicate for a Saturday, November 13,19S4J; want: to sit in someone elses Uf* ing room every evening, to real stories of someone elses over at* fairs, to take care of someone eses children. I don't want to go back." Daggett agreed. "What you nee^ is a fresh s-tart.' . Rupert addedd suoverly, "What you need is to be seen by people who can appreciate you." appre* XVI William Horton of Fulton died at his home Friday, November 12. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. For Sole or Rent The Altar Gift Club of BeeBee Memorial CME Church will meet Sunday, November 14, at the home of Mrs. Leona Metcalf at 4:30 p.m. TWO Business buildings on Front Street, next to Pool 1 hall, M interested, contact A. S. Williams, 300 : : B, 7th. Texarkana, Ark. Phone 7-5860 or 22-«666. 19-1 Mo. Wonted WANTED TO BUY " One Inch rough green Oqk Lumber — regular lengths and tie siding. For prices and specifica* tions write — Daughters and Sons of Zion Spiritual singers of Shreveport, La, will give a musical program at Turner's Chapel Baptist Church Sunday, Nbv- ember 14, at 8 p, m. sppn&ored by Johnnie Kendrix. Mrs. Mattie Hill left Friday night for Kalamazoo, Mich., where she will spend several days ylsiting Mrs. Annie Bouwers. The Senior choir of Lonoke Baptist Church will rehearse Tuesday, November 10, at 7:30 p. m. The Senior and junior choirs of Gavrett Chapel Baptist Church will rehearse Tuesday night, November 16, at 7:30 p. m. Junior choir of Rising Star Baptist Church will rehearse Monday night, November 15. ^t 7:30 P. m. The senior choir pf BeeBee Memorial CMK Church, will rehearse Thursday night, November 18, at 7:.ao-p, m, ...: Spotlight on Porker, SMU in Southwest By Th« Associated Press Arkansas 'and Southern Methodist capsule their season into one big game Saturday and from their battle will come the Southwest Conference football leader. An outright championship and the Cotton Bowl clash will go to Arkansas if it can beat SMU for 1he first time in eight years. A strong leg on the title will go to Southern Methodist if it can remove Arkansas from the nation's undefeated untied class. Arkansas for one of its infrequent times is favored to win and close out the championship race with a perfect record. This game is the only one ; mean' ing anything for the day in the Southwest Conference but two other contests matching bitter foes are on the schedule. At Fort Worth Texas Christian seeks to defeat its old enemy Texas after a 4-year drought. At College Station Texas A&M hopes to finally "beat somebody" as it clashes with Rice. Baylor the other member of the conference rests this week and hopes its Methodist friend SMU can topple Arkansas. Only in that way can Baylor hope for a share of the championship. Crowds totaling more than. 80- COO will see the three games with ihe best turnout at Fort .Worth where 30,000 are expected towatch the TCU-Texas melee. Up at Fay- Arkansas Football By The Associated Press Little Rock 34; Pine Bluff 12 El Dorado 38; Hot Springs 12 North LitWe Rock 20; Fort Smith Paris, Tex. 33; Texarkana, Ark. f Conway 13; Benton 6 Fordyce 24; Monticello 0 Rogers 19; Tahlequah, Okla. 0 Springdale 21; StiUwell, Okla. 6 Crosse.it 13; Fail-View 0 Hope 34; Arkadelphia 12 Camden 13; Magnolia 7 Subiaco 13; Russellville 7 Smackover 19; Malvern 13' Van Bur en 38; Joplin 7 Jonesboro 22; Helena 0 . Atkins 14; Dardanelle 13 Bentonville 59; Bferryville 0 Clarksville 19; Harrison C Dermott 40; Dumas 7 Hughes 27; Devalls Bluff 7 Cabot 35; Beebe 7 Wynne 41; McCrory 0 England 20; Bryant 13 Dierks 43; Prescott 19 Waldron 7; Mena 0 "•'• ~" Greenwood 12; Alma 7 Paris 26; Mansfield 7 Huntsville 13; Tulsa East Central 13 (tie) Clarendon 18; Parkin 6 Star City 0; Eiidora 0 (tie) Stamps 19; Horatio 0 Bald Knob S2; Heber Springs 0 Blevins 12; Foreman 0 Because he disliked talking about himself, he distracled her aten- lion by looking inlently at a man in a gray suit. "You don't really believe We'll find the thief, do you?" she said matter-of-factly. "Not after he folmd out how much money I had. That's an awful lot of money, really. Five years' savings." "Because we can't find him is no reason why the police can't." Greg tried to sound hearty and ^reassuring. "Bujt you are probably right: he's going to be careful to keep out of our sight. Anyhow, you mustn't stay out doors any longer." For the first time she seemed to be clearly aware of her predicament. "Where car. I go?" "Look," Greg tried to sound reasonable, "why don't you just go home and forget the whole thing?' 1 "No. 1 It was a gasp of sheer horror. "Id rather die. You don't understand what a little town is .like. I could never live it down. Being jilted it's a ridicuous thing to happen to a girl. People would laugh and gossip. Even my sisters I don't mean they would say anything only at the corners of their mouths you the suitcases out of 'I am going to take ciate. Greg said nothing at all. "Well, now,' Dafvett said, can tell. I'd rather do anything than go back. Anything. 1 ' "But you'll have to go somewhere." "I havent a cent," she reminded him. "I'H lend it to you." As she protested he added quickly, "No, don't be silly. What ese can you do? We'l be here in the morning and I'll come around to' see if we can think of anything." As she was still hesitant, he explained about Daggett and the trailer. For some reason he did not mention Rupert McGehc-e 21; Watson Chapel 13 Baucite 39; Lonoke 0 Nashville 34; Gurdon 0 Keiser 45; Barton 6 Piggott 13; Maldon, Mo.7 Batesville 30; .Pocahontas 0 Carlisle 13; Magnet Cove 13 (tie) DeWitt 40; Brinkley 19 Augusta 25; Walnut Ridge 12 Rubens.. He lifted her hands. you out to the trailer so you can talk to Mr. Daggett. He is kind and wise. Perhaps he'll be able to help you, to come up with a good suggestion. Only-the man is paralyzed. His face is badly twisted and when you first meet him it may be a shock if you are not prepared. But don't let him see that you are bothered or I'll wring your pretly neck." . ' XVII Greg performed the ntroductions and Hannah walked straight to Daggelt, smiling into his eyes. After a swift and measuring glance, she did not offer to shake nands. "Thank you," she said, "for letting me come," and Greg expelled a sigh of relief. Daggelt waved his good hand toward a seat. "We don't often have a pleasure like this," he said and for a fleeting moment the girl revealed her surprise at the deep vital voice in such poignant contrast to the dead face. "As a matter of fact, you are the first young lady who has ever visiled us. Ruperl was so excited he even dusted and, to the best of my knowledge, that is a record." "If I had seen you first, I would have got some flowers," Rupert told her mendaciously, his long narrow eyes playing over her face with subtle flattery, that was his automatic response to a women. "It is perfect as it is. I've never been in a trailer before. De you live here too?" Rupert gave Greg a repro'ach- ful look but there was a hint of laughter aroun d his mouth. "So he did not tell you about me. Oh, well, I can do it myself. I" Jo it much belter anyhow." What a technique, Greg thought annoyed. H e really mo ws them , "Greg had better drive you back to the police station to see whethef they have- found your money. And don't be too disappointed if they failed. Then we are yoing on, head-- ing west along with the sprieg.«|J don't see any reason why yott car.'t go along with us until you find a place where you would really like to stop. There are hotes or tourist cabins where you can, sle^p at night.' Landusky. "Well," she said reluctantly, Greg's conscience, which he had ignored so long that it was almost stifled, exploded into protest, "t suppose you know there are laws about taking girls across a stato- line." *•' "Are you referring,' Daggett said in his blandest tone, "to my niece? Greg was deliberately obtuse, "What niece?' "You dope!" the old man roared "I have more repulsive relations than any man alive. Now that I hove found a really nice niece you want to spoil things.' "Not at all," Greg said in a tone which indicated that he ij tended to wash his hands whole matler. : "And donl remind me that It is my trailer," the old man said teslily. Her face was radiant. She wora an expression of incredulous joy, 'I can cook" she said. 'VThen,' and Daggelt was ter-of-facl. "you had belter look over our larder, decide what we are going to 1 eat.' (To Be Continued) *" he ifr of tt» down; the mow what with a note of desperation in her "If you are sure it is all taking money from voice, right. Only stranger'' "You can pay it back." To make this more emphatic Greg added, 'With interest." "Then-thank you very much." He found the car and drove to the hotel. "Good night," he said. he disappeared into the with a wave of her hand. lobby He slept late the next morning and awakened to remember that something had to be done about Hannah and he was no closer to knowing what to do than he had been the night before. Under Rupert's sardonic eyes it proved to be more awkward than he had anticipated to consult Daggett. Not that the girl interested him in the least but somehow Rupert made him self-conscious. I promised to see her this Football By The Associated Press Drake 33; Wayne (Mich) 24 Tarkio 13; Westmar 7 William Jewell 30; Central (Mo) 6 Ottawa (Kan) 25; Baker (Kan) 13 Carthage 45: Illinois College 6 Kansas Wesleyan 20; Neb. Wesleyan 18 Emporio State 33; Southwestern (Kan.) 0 . Fort Hays (Kan) 41; Kearney 14 Sheppard AFB 21; Bacone lOkla) a poor girl will never hit her. But after a friendly smile, Hannah turned all her attention to Daggett. Not by a flicker of expression did she reveal anything but gratitude and friendliness. Daggett turned his head self- consciously so that the good side of his face was toward her. "Greg tells me that somebody snatched your handbag." Hannah perched uneasily on the edge of a. chair. "I know the policeman didn't believe me, but I really did have $300." "Of. course you did: And' What are you figuring on doing now?" The girl smiled ruefully at the old man. "Well I thought it he" BAR-B-Q BURGERS Hickory Smoked — 25c Sliced Pork-Beef — $1.50 Chickens Ready to Eat—$1.55 ea. Sandwiches — 3 for $1.00 HURT'S BAR-B-Q Rear A&P and Kroger Storee her eyes traveed to Greg fglfmfe ssrs and ;&& 8> r / ; >ttime*ehflY» GURDON COMANY BE1RNE, No, 2 nt -s. Bethel AME Church will rehearse Tyesolay night, November 16, ftt 7:30 p, m. The -Spiritual Stars of Shreveport, La.* will give a muwcaj prpgram at Babfls Chapel Church in Saratago . .November 23. sponsored oy Strvicti Off«rtd . . . Mrs, Era Hopkins, -The public is In'-"•' : ' ' Memorial CME Church will meet Sunday, November 14, at the home of Mrs, Leona Metcalf at 4:30 p. m, Daughters and Sons of Zion Spiritual singers of Shreveport, La., will give a musical program at Turner's Chapel Baptist Church Sunday November 14, at 8 p. m, sponsored by Johnnie Kendrix. The public is invited. Memphis Navy 27; Southeastern Okla 7 San Francisco State 40; Sacramento State 0 Bedlands 20; Sinta Barbara 0 Cal iPoly) San Luis Obispo 47; Loa Angeles State 0 elteville where Arkansas and Souther n Methodi s t have their showdow n th ere ill be about 27,000 that's all can get into the stadium College Station looks for 25,000, Arkansas has only to tie SMU to sack up the championship and make plans to visit the Cotton Bowl Jan. 1 SMU which Js a half game behind because of a 13-13 tie with Texas last week can take over the leadership by licking the Hazorbacks. Then the Methodists WoWd have Baylor and Texas Christian to beat .to win the championship. But should Baylor finish undefeated in its remaining games morning," he concluded. "Anyhow, I'll have to go because she can't pay her hotel bill. I' try to persuade her to go home and lend her the fare. I am willing to take a chance on the girl. I am sure she is honest," "Oh, she is honest," Rupert as- sm-ed him. "No woman would say she had been jilted if she could think of any other story. She would rather be accused of murder than of failing as a woman." ''See her, of course," Daggett said, "but let me take care of the money involved. When I die what I have goes to the most rapacious bunch of vultures any man ever had for relatives. But if that girl has any spunk she won't go home." "What else can she do?" Greg protested. Daggett considered. "Why don'l you bring her out to the trailer where we can talk it over?" He hesitated. "That is," he added with a touch of diffidence, "if you think she won't mind coming." By that Greg knew he meant: If she wont mind how I look. The knowledge spurred him into saying, "She would enjoy it." Being committed, he cursed himself for a fool. For 26 years he had done what was expected of h.irn, he had 'stood for law and order, he had been guiltless of any impulsive aqtion. And here he was, getting into fights, aiding and abetting an illegal immgrant, protecting strange females. All the way into towu^ha- sup« pressed an uneasy suspicion .that Paggett had : .maneuvered .-him adroily into agreeing.to' bring tho "didn't come back, I'd probaby be washing dishes to pay for my room. Not that it would hurt mo. I've washed plenty of dishes and I'm strong as a horse." "How old are you, Miss Blake?" "Twenty-two.* "You look like a sensible girl; not the kind to be taken in. What made you decide to' elope with a phony?' INSURANCE... AT A SAVINGS • Fire • Tornado • Automobile . • Liability | • Casualty LEONARD ELLIS Insurance Agency 108 East Second Phone 7-2221 Greg held his breath, expecting fireworks,. but she gave the question grave consideration and did not appear in the least offended Rupert too was watching her, a twinkle in his eyes. "t wanted to get married," she said simply. "All the men in my commuhity are too old or too young or already married. I've got four married sisters and I've been looking after their children e : ver since I was 1G.. There isn't anything ahead but being the old maid sister who has nothing to do and is called on in emergencies. I wanted, just once, to live my own life and be me." "Yes, I see what you mean,' Daggett said thoughtfully. "As a matter of fact, you've walked right into a circle of experts on the subject. Greg and. Rupert and I are all sort of looking around for some of the things we've missed Never can tell; we may find it light around the next bend in the road.' "But I can tell you what I don't i MATTRBSS Co, FQ$ *pmjllNg Repair*., ""• 5WHQ7, 1H isw Bethel AME Church will observe its Sixth Anhuai "Women's Pay" Sunday, November 14. A special prpgram w}ll be presented at 8 p. rri, at which, time ''Miss Bethel ol 1934.55 will be iwwned,, Special feature? pf this program will be an address delivered by W|rs E, M. Nelson. Subject "Portrait Of Great WorhanhpQ4," Miss Bobble Pascal w«l give' a reading. Music by The Spiritual Stars of Shreveport, La., will give a musical program at Babels Chapel Church in SaratO' ga Sunday, November 25, sponsored by Miss Eara Lee Hopkins. The public is invited. with SMI! and Bice tn2 Bears would tie Arkansas for the title. Arkansas still would be in the Cotton Bowl however since the Razorbacks beat Baylor ir. regular seaso'n play. will be pel chorus and School Cos. choir, Yerger and Bethel's Mrs. Jane Garnble left Wednes* day for Richmond, Calif., where she will visit her daughter and other relatives. girl to the trailer.- When he reached the hotel, .Haiv 'PRESCRIPTION' MEANS 'PROTECTION' More often than you might suppose, we hear the question: "Why do I need a prescription to buy the medicine the doctor has ordered to make me well? It just seems to make the cost go up." It's easy to see why some people ask this, and the answer is just as simple. Your doctor's prescription is written for your protection. It is his explicit order by us, your pharmacists. We are trained by years of college and practical experience to follow his scientific instructions to the letter. We are also the final checkpoint before the medicine reaches you. We double-check all prescriptions. It's our duty* f<? to see that there are no mistakes' 1 * and to call the doctor if there is any question about his orders. So, "prescription" really means "protection" . . . your protection. We're happy to pro- yide it. Ward & Son DRUGGIST 102 W. Second St. Phone 7-2292 J)ODGE ft as done it,,. wait l Mrs. Ar?ella Freeman and son motored to Forrest City this week tp visit friends. John Sind, faces the big game in a crippled «t'ate with its fine running back 'iPw WfcHhenny out of action ^nd several other regulars nursing hurts. Arkansas is in top shape as it has been all season. Texas Christian and Texas will be renewing 9 rivalry that start' »?d \V9 y bac ^ to 1887, ~ It has grown fierce with the years but it been 1949 since TCU could win ft game. Cpsch Bear Bryant of Texns Aj&M has been predicting bis team Fights Last Night By The Associated Press New Ycrk (Madispn Square Garden) Hectpr Constancp, 153, Trinidad, outpointed Ralph Tiger Jones, J61, Vc-nkers, N. Y., 10. Philadelphia e ' ' Corma, 134, Philadelphia, stopped Biily Pavis, 133^. Philadelphia 1. Berl.in-r-Gerhard IJecht, 174, Ber< Jin outpointed Yvon Purellen 107, Canada, 10. Basketball over, By Flab' Fashioned,,, coming Nov. 17 B, R, HAMM MOTOR CO. P^FT v~w fit -Vk 4 S Our Doily Bread Sliced Thin by The Editor Alex. H. Washburn Editor's Return Notes on Vacation and Florida Feud Last time your editor touched a typewriter professionally was three Skreeks ago on the Florida West Coast. He quit watching the sea gulls just long enough to borrow a portable writing machine, dig into a brie£-case for his notes, and bang | out the piece which appeared onl this page outlining the newspaper's position on the three amendments and the act that were voted on November 2. Star ea $l, smith . east soiith tonight «gn 78, tion. 56TH YEAR: VOL 56 —. NO. 28 Star of Hope 1899, ftts* . 1192? Consolidated Jen. 18, 1929 HOPE, ARKANSAS MONBAY, NOVEMBER IS, 1954_ Member: the ABoclofed Pr*n & Audit Burton 6f Av. Net Paid Orel. 6 Mo«. Ending Sept. 30, 1»S4 — 3,537 Economists See 1955 as a Good Business Year •t it ballot anyway. Are we suffering from WASHINGTON. (UP) Govcrtl- ifiil cconoiT'ists pi edic-tr-d loday He" dropped tho piece in a Sara-j thai 1955 will be anolher second, ffcola mailbox and wenl back to. cost ycr.;- for busiiif.ss. a little bet-[ walching the sea gulls — which hejter than this year but not quit? mighl just as well have continued as good as IflSS. without interruption, because, just, i- hey said they r.-xpfct the gratl- as he privately guessed they would, ua i economic improvement which the people beat everything on the started last momh to continue without any serious rotbacks. But fac- they exnrcs.sed confidence that lionalism, suspicion, and folly, ] President Eisenhower will step in here in Arkansas? Brother, we j with requests for emergency.meas- aren't alone in these sins . . . |tiros, such as tax.cuts and a great- Down in Florida they are having.ly expanded public works pro*» propaganda \var between the j gram, should the optimistic fore- middlc-class West Coast and the cast 30 wrong, ritzy East Coast. Business was These economists based their lousy nn the West Coast this past prediction m;/i;tly uprn bliof that summer. Tourists simply didn't the construction boom will con- show up in the usual numbers for Unue, personal income will stay the bargain rates that courts and,high, an.i that manufacturers eating places post for the off-.'wholesalers and "etailurs will be season. And West Coast folks gin to build up inventories which blame it on the news-stories which (they have been using up for th-: they say the East Coast circulated lf=st year about the Red Tide. Actually there wasn't much to he Red Tide this past summer, West Coast folks say. Killed a few fish and stunk beaches — but up a couple of to read all those stories coming out o£ Miami and other East Coast cities vou'd hava thought the whole West Coast had At least that's folks told your been abandoned, what West Coast editor.' They said the East Coast people Ident Fatal to Buren Man THEY HOLD NEW HIGH-JUMP RECORD — A new record Th-allttude parachute jumps fs held by the team of Lt. Henry . B i«n of State Island, N. Y., left, and Capt. Edward G. Sperry, Slson, OT aiaie laidiiu, ''• > '|_|__ uii.u.-.ititurtB f vino near for high- P. Nlelson, of fna^o^an Air Force" t announcement, the pair, ...„ emotion seat for high-speed planes, made jumps from 45,200 feet last July 2 and 3. — NEA Telephoto using a new-«ype FO$T SMITH Wl A 41-year- cld V>n Buren man wts killed to- df.y \4hen he fell down an unloading crwte and was buried under about]25 tons of .gravel. Fiide Tliomas Barnes, father of six children, was under the gravel eboutihalf an hour. He was pronounced dead at 7:30 this morning tit a t'ort Smith hospital after efforts io revive his failed. Barnes was unloading a railroad car for the Arkhola Sand and Grav el Co| Apparently, his foot slipped '; he pulled the lever that se the fcvalanchc o! gravel. Mine Where 16 Died Is Walled Up By 6HARLES STAFFORD FAIJMINGTON, W. Va. Beaeri by 'deadly gas in their ^it llempts to rescue 15 miners, or ro coveritheir bodies, m-n'ng men aarl njght comaleted their grim Senators Get German Treaties, Appeal by Ike By WARREN R6GERS. JR. WASHINGTON W! President Eisenhower asked the Senata to day to approved treaties freeing •nd rearming Wost Germnny on he side of ihe Wet.torn Powers ie said the trcaites "are founded upon Ihe profound yearning for -,oace" shared by peoples of lha Ireo world. Ho sent the treaty documents, signed in London and Paris, to the Senate with a letter saying [hey represented years of work to bring independence to Germany and integration of that divided country into the Wesern defense. The measures v/nuld restore sovereignty to West Germany, ending the U.S.-Britiiih-French occupation. Germany also would become a member of the North Atlantic. Treaty Organization and with It McCarthy Accusati CensuteH task 61 walling up entrances Mine No 9. cf The government economist'; forecast concurred with one mad. recently by business and industri al leaders making up the govern ment's business advisory council Advance predictions that this year would be a second-best one for business were borne out by a Commerce Department report made public last night. It estimated FI-JSS national product for the • third quarter £.t an annual rate o£ $353,500,000,000 about the figured tourist business would boj £;ame as the two preceding quar- Four Seriously okthin this past summer •the uncertainty over the national because of ;ters. It indicated election and circulating a couple o£ stories about the Red Tide on the West Coast would throw existing business their way. Journeying over to the East Coast on the road home I asked 'em about what the West Coast said. "Sabotage, huh?" was the East Coast rejoinder. "Those West Coast folks are crazy. Maybe the tourists .stayed away from there — but they come here. Must have been ..they, just staved at home . . ." ' Even politics got into the act. Just as I left the West Coast the Republicans were running some j ng fellow for county commissioner around Sarasota on the platform hs would clean up the bathing beaches which the Red Tide had fouled and the Democrats had walked away from. Newspapers and politics are . queer businesses. IP With all this uproar on the strent and in the press'"! personally didn't see a dead fish on any beach anywhere. the gross national in Accidents Texarkana Case Upheld One man was dead. FUtcnn were (missing and presumed dead. The Jamison Coal Co pit was rocked by a finlent explosion Saturday* A second Saturday night sent flames roaring from the ver.- Itilatiort shaft. A third, a !-ort of pouf, shook I Ihe tiny mining valley yesterday evoning. piocluct for the entire year of ID54 wor.ld be about $X56,C.OO,COO,OnO some $8,000,000,000: less than the record prosperity of U'53 but a./ojt $1,000,000,000 more than in 1952. Gross national pro'duct, the total o£ all goods and services produced, is considered the best business ba rornetor. • The economists said indications are that new construction which hay been rising to new records nearly e.vcry mcntlx. ;tVjis , year sp lar, will continue Xm'its sensatiort- ul upsurge.with hous:'ng maintain- position as pace seter. Evangelist in Final Week of Revival Two auomobile accidents have lelt four persons injured, at least two in critical condition. Yesterday about three miles south of Prescott an auto driven by Curtis E. Henderson 26, of Breckinridge. Texas ran into the back o£ another driven by L. M. Goad of Hope leaving three persons hurt. Mr. Goad, 59, .sufered back, chest and head injuries his wife, Mrs. Goad, 59. sustained severe face and forehead lacerations and a back injury: and her sister, Allie May Munn, 56, head injury, lacerations on arm and back. Investigating Officer Guy Downing said the Henderson auto struck the Goad car from behind, caught the back bumper, whirled it around and overturned .twipe t . ;.•«.: ••.>•»*-,,< 'Henderson; who was charged with following too close, and his wife and daughter escaped injury. Friday, Mrs. Marjorie Butler was backing her auto out of a drive and her young daughter, Belinda, fell from the vehicle and the front wheel smashed against her chest but didn't pass over her. She is still in critical condition in a local lospital suffering from a chest and .ung injury. 1ITTLE ROCK W The Tex- The job of sealing No. 9, in an arknm> Cily Council was within Us effort to cul off Ihe flow of rir ri-<ht in refusing to license Evelyn end smother a fire burning deep Hf-ilenbeiger to one rate a hotel at underground, was completed late 408 State Line Ave on grounds last night, it will not be reopened that it probably would be used for until tests show the air inside is . , • ,. », \ f f.f n nvmiirrv* rnn t*r»eoiir» 1 i-'ilTYlfi TC immoral purposes, the f. Supreme 1 Court held today. aly join the 1943 Brussels pact These steps, Eisenhower to!cl the Senate, coUld be accomplished under the nprcemcntn "in ti manner which will insure freedom and equality for the people of Ger- lany and al the samu time will void the danger of a revival of erman militarism.", : Eisenhower, apparently aiming t Russia's often exprtiused fears f .a rearmed Germany declared: "The agreements endanger no ation. On the contrary they rep- . ., .. , „, Evangelist Comer now conduct- And being an outsider he aigu- yal services in the city ment bored me. After 10 days of it H * u Auditorium reports that the I started home — the long way. •Went ovnr to Marineland, on the East Coast just south of St. Augustine, where I photographed the porpoises in the big aquarium for two days ( hadn't been there ji since 1942) — and then headed for ' New Orleans, and home. Election Eve in New Orleans I had dinner at the Court of the Two Sisters with a man from New p England, and walking back to tha '• Monteleone hotel he called the ! would wind up practically a dead the students in their school colors There is a meeting each afternoon for all the students at 4 p. m. be- l A nu *u it um. The Democrats!fore the regular broadcast over eot just enough to organize the new KXAR direct from the auditorium 1 f,<?±±= "" not enoueh to do any- rom 4:30 p. m. to 5 Comer says hero were a hundred and thirty- six children present Saturday for he'Children's meeting. IVlUIlLCidJilt: itv n-» ****• **,**-.- . shot on the election. It wasn't go- for the ^schools ing to be any sweep, he said " '-'-•'- •- crowds are increasing with each service as the meetings enter the second and final week. Tonight all the Junior and Senior High School students and teachers will be special invited guests. Also all the various clubs in the city and all the Fraternal orders Comer says he will preach on the subject, "The Biggest Fool In Hone." A special reserve section will be The city council rejected the Ji Arkansas tale enough for enter. : That might take days months. cense application under an ordi- E. P. Martin, 67, Home Near Hope Succumbs at E. P. Martin, aged 67, died Saturday at his home near Hope. He had 'lived in Hempstead many nance which the Supreme Court| previously had hold: constitutional The ordinance provides that the! council may refuse licenses if the council believes that hotel rooms | may be usc-d for immorality, sale; of intoxicating liquors 01 the fee In an unanimous opm en thej court today said; ".Wilhpnt S2,ng in+p /leis^J, as to tiie evidence,"suffice it to say that the council was justified in reaching the conclusion that if Mrs. Her- ionberger was granted the license in all probability the hotel rooms would be rented for immoral purposes .... "It is true that Ihe'evidence before the- council as to Mr. Herten- bcTRer's record is not the kind that would be admissible in a court of law However, administrative bod- s, such as the city council, in ar- .ving at fact;;, are not confined to ie rules o£ evidence prevailing in oi'i-ts .... "Nono of the applicants ccnstitu- cniul rights wore violated." Annexations Upheld by State Court j LITTLE ROCK* \ffi * The Arkin U&s iKrfiveme Couit 1 ioday uphel the - annexation of two scparnl areas adjoin oach other, only tha each adjoin the city. The territory ws referred to i the unanimous opinion as a years -* ' «» ~ He is survived by his wife, four Arthur of Hope, A. W. o£ heat. And so it did. ' congress but not enough to do anything against the will of Southern conservatives — who will continue to hold the balance of power. That chap from New England was sharper than all the professional pollsters — who took as big -a licking in 1954 as they did on Tom Dewey in 1948. , Texarkana. Ralph with the Airforce in Massachusetts, Billy with the Airforce in Oklahoma; three stepsons, Duval Roberts of Las Vegas, Monroe o£ Pine Bluff, and Mack o£ Prescott; four daughters, Alexander Smith of Blevins John S. Holt of Washington, Mrs Dale Ravenscraft of Ft. Smith and Mrs. N. B. Coleman of Fulton, three sisters and one brother. Funeral services will be held a 10 a. m. Tuesday at the Washington Methodist 'Church with burial m Mrs Mrs People were present in the ser- j Washington Cemetery in charge vices yesterday from Texarkana, ™ ! " T " 1 "" Atlanta, Prescott, and other places i Book Week to Be Observed by Paisley Class The fifth grade of Paisley Schoo' •will celebrate National Book Week with a program in the school and itorium at 10:30 a. m. Tuesday. Linda Clark will open tho pro gram with a book poem, "Hool*i Houses." This will be followed bj .a play, "Victoria and tho Book Folks." Mary Virginia Bowdcn will take the part oS. Victoria, Olln-r characters in the play are Rlolba Calhoun. Linda Ward. Larry Hoii- eycutt. Patsy Beard, Jot- Liutso. Florence Bullerfield, Uunny Ki'y Michael Braden. Charles llussull, and Charles Butterfield. Other pupils impersonating book characters will be Dwight Hump^ ton, David Eanvick, Anne Ward, W'Peggy Hampton. Michael Braden, Ginger Bowden, Joe Roy Atchloy, Tommy Roberts, Charles Butler-^ field, Lan-v Walker, Virginia Church. Elvin Ne'al. Officers for this Program will be Margaret Sue Hairr. Edward eai- Hope. These meetings will continue all this week nightly at 7:30 p. m. with Q great musical program by the "Singing Spencers" before the' preaching by Evangelist Comer. Masonic Lodge 692. Herndon-Cornelius is in charge o arrangements. Thefilament in a typical electri light bulb is 21 inches long befor it is coiled and placed in the bulb British Scientist Concludes That Woman Is Superior to Man in Almost Every Way hast tuTivod tit a conclusion. He finds the ladies superior inot-t ways. 'Ihoy li\'i-i longer, ho says, Lamb, Nelson Grant. Betty liff will announce the play Tommy is stage manager and pio- opn^mittee is composed o| By REUIVAN MORIN For Hal Boyle NEW YORK './PI I see by the nrors whei-e a British scientist uts been making comparative stu- uf nu-n and women, and now in and vitality.' They ore less r-i'-nMtive to cold They have more • 'ami a greater emotional Linked with this latter the (irofessor said, women ,ro more dangerous then mon .vhiiti aro\isod, and more prcme to mayhem, bt-ltery and assault. Well, it is fi''>°d to have all these acts em-lifted'- to by rdence itself. Although they are not exactly new nor worth a flash. Most of us suspected the situation However, I was unable to fi'vl ten any findings reasons of personal safety. Could it be that women are de- ficicnt in these fiold;:? For example, there is no great Asks Congress to Handle School Problem LITTLE ROCK W) Pointing to ho U. S. Constitution the State of Arkansas is going to ask ths J. S. Supreme Court to turn over ,o Congress the problem cf public school integration of the- race.s. This is the first such suggestioi among'the many that are goin to the U. S. Supreme Court from Southern statos. Tho Court invite the states to submit biicfs on ho\ its gound ruling could best -be ca r'ecl out. Arkansas Ally. Gen. Tom Oentr in a brief said Saturday th&t Cor gross has a clear duty undo Amendment 14 to the U. S. Coi Milution to say how the Court' ruling should be implpmcr.ted The Court based its May rulin against public" school segregalio on mendment 14 the "equr rights" amendment.' Gontry cited suction 5 of U Amendment which sives Congre "power to enforca by appi-c,pria legislation the proviric.ns of th the unanimous opinion as oe N( 1 to the west of Camden and Arc o 2 to,the south, the latter in uding the Cullendale-Fairview islrict. The court rciectcd a contention ! opponents • of anoxnlio of'Area o, 2 that the teriitory rhould ot e added because, tho objectors lid, a low twampy area inter- uned between Camden and the uiable . portion of .the new terri- >ry. The court pointed to testimony int the low area is suitable for ndustrial purposes and said tho esent one of history's first great racticable experiments in the iiv crnational control of ai moments." Adding Germany ti'd its re ources to Western defense will -e a principal conroqutnce, Eis?iv lower said. But he'.sa'd he wanted o emphasize that "these agree •nents "are founded on the profoum earning for peace which ,is shared by all the Atlantic peoples.' Eisenhower said,.-.while',-the se curity agreements are' complex 'their purposes are simple." . H added, "the Federal .Republic: o West Germany is placed on a ba sis of fill equality .with othe ttates." "But," Eisenhower /said, "th military; strength of West many -wili, be^^cpmbine of : the oilier countries 'iri the Atlantic community in such a way that development and use of the German military contribution will be in accordance with the common need." On the subject .of ratification, the President declared: I urge the Senate to signify its approval of this great endeavor by giving :ts advice and con BACK TO THE STAND' -Patrolman Fred Drenkhan, 6f Bay Vllage, Ohio, whose testimony aave heart to both defense and prosecution in the Dr. Samuel H. Sheppard murder trial at Cleveland, Ohio, will take the stand for a second day to submit to cross-examination. He gave evidence disputing the defense claim that an Intruder could have broken Into the Sheppard home via a bedroom window to bludgeon to death the defendant's wife, but also said that an experiment pt-oved It would have been possible for Dr. Sheppard to have seen an Intruder i na white shirt stand- Ing beside the murder bed In the dimly lit house.—NEA •Telephoto. Carthy acctftltf fi«Ui l Vtah) today of "feeing his duty" In if anyone ress case. don't believe fied unless you who could be The two tig Carthy censure rown crother rtt a suddetrt; Ing of McCaithy'B subcommittee. McCarthy sotd.he 11 to find out whether ,W , IhroW any light orl.XVhb; sposible for 1he $fomoti6 orable discharge cf Majl t ress, an Army dentist, wi fused td say whethetf,hfe;| munist connection^ act that a creek flows between ic two sections had no bearing n the case. The court also said that a spec- al election in which Camden residents favored annexatio was alid. The Ouachita Couny court origi- liihy upheld annexation o£ Area sent to ratification I hope •To, 1 and rejected annexation of Area No. 2 authorize incorpora- jon of Cullendale as a separate municipality. On appeal, the circuit court authorized annexation of both areas and rejected a petition for incorporation of Cullendale. Opponents of annexation the ap- these instruments may be Kindled with a view to enable the Senate to act promptly on these nvatters when it meets for its new session in anuary' 1 The White House statement-' appeared almost like a reply to Russia s proposal for a great European security conference to be held in Moccow or Paris Nov. 29. In Western capitals, the Kremlin's jid was widely regai'ded as a move to knock out the Par. : £ tieaties. Washington cfficials, while not commenting formally, branded the Communist r reposal as insincere. They aid it looked like a propaganda appeal, especially towards the French whose Premier Men- def-France arrives here Wednesday for consultations.. Secretary of State Dulles has laid down the l.olicy that there can be no successful negotiations with tho Soviets on great European issuoa until West Germany's Atlantic Alliance status is settled. tor he Way. btiity was* otticeis who..,,— milted to the'* MctiftrtlL mltec last Juh6 ( byf.Sec the Army StevenS.J^| Watkins said''Stevenf vised tha.t the list'Incji ficors involved fat, '* In a hearing«V—s-* sharp words and*, catirtie Waikins,refused io be*buc his position 1 that," perhaps was "criminally -'-^^• R the Peress - i',/' (dns , (R.trta committee ; onveninv «Vvo lc OUT OF FASHION—Fashion king Jacqoes Fath Is dead at the age of 42. Fath, who reigned with Christian Dior as the top arbiters of postwar French fashion, died at .his Paris home after a lingering Illness. He Is shown above In a- recent photo with one of his favorite fabrics — cotton. — NEA Telephoto kins said,,he floor to" Mo Walkins,' .d mittee McCarthy/ al^ tee had, dcn^'t, ^ s,,, Communist >*par|y l ' ; a>:d itated ,, ComrauniS witingf it stt Such arriving at' tute resolution/'•w and a Senate'maor to were not r.eaied to the Supreme Court. Paris reports said several French He called on the Court to "not only nidge but even exhort Con- Kress to enact appropriate- legis.'a- woman composer 01 music. Offhand I can't recall a single name in that art.' Same with painting. Vnless you like cows arid horses, and tlu-i-o- loro are a fan for Ro.-a Bonheur, the fomininc this field is As fo battim; average low. in The Supreme Court upheld Ouachita Chancery Court in holding that P. C, Gray son and his wife are the owners of oil rights to 40 acres against the conflicting claim of Littleton Williams and iiis wJe, The Supremo Court, in a four to three decision, agreed with the chancellor that Mr. arid Mrs. Williams had waived their rights by an undue delay in filing suit. The prevailig opinion was writ- to by Chief Justice Griffin Smith Three other -.rem'-pers of the court agreed with him, but associate justices Minor Millwce, George Rose Smith and Sam Robinaor. dis- tented. The Supreme Court held that Craighead Chancery Court was tourcess gave a cool reception to the Russian plan, and in West Germany Chancellor Korrad Ado- auer said he's agaist such a conference before the Paris pacts are ratified. Western diplomats in Moscow expect their governments to reject the idea. Wildcat Test at Washington Starts Soon Drilling equipment has been moved to a 3,550 acre block about two miles due noith of Washington and the Conway Estate No. 1, located In 9-11-25. wildcat oil test may be spudded m early this week. The test will be drilled by H. J. Harwell of Fort Woith, Texas, and is the second for the area. The first test was abandoned on the Stroud Fai'rn about two miles nor' th of the piesent location A second wildcat test may be dflil* led almost in Washington this year. nn«s<iihlv for tion under the powoi of sections." .. .- ,. . . possiuiy i explaincd h(wevel that -this within its rights m dismissing 'ourt cannot compel Ccnj.ress to act." Tha attorney general also made mention of two otaor r'l-guir.cnts in his brief: J. The Court should not order immediate integration To do so he saul would delay rather (tun advance a solution to the problem. 2. Decree;; in four cases now pending should be uf a ivpe "which fair-to-mid d ling w onion but none who can play in the s league with Ernest th eaie some p.-ml gradual writers, The pending cases are fo different states nont- of them the da),a in the intPlU|enge, ingenuity, imagiua ta have ard B. McCulloufh of Forrest City helves, their families, babies themselves lha olhci n themselves, etc. . . dope in The susneis dfclaicd that tlunc \\iif no intuition qm s>l»oning Jhc correctness of th|s . Th* Ie* v- suit brought by Mrs. Eva Jessup against L E. Carmichael and others . Mrs Jessup, the owner of prop erty adjoining that of the defendants, asked the chancery court to "declare the law Ic be that she had a riiht to make such u?e ol lier rjroperty'' as would prevent the Euiface woler from the other .property trow, flowing across her land without making hev liable for dsim rges. • The Supreme Court paid the ac tlc-h'wa's premotuve; that the Qthc-i parties could not know what dam j-gf, if any, (hey might suffer un til Mvs. assup made the improve ments shJ piopos^d. The Svjprcme Court cleared the way for a I- cal option liquor elcc lion in Cray township Pulusk, County, \vhirh i n« lu d es Jackson ville, by IV44JN that petitions -" ing jUu yate W9rg in, order aMts contend',-1 im ijLts&lii All Around the Town •y Th. it«r 9ttff Lester Wade and Earl the Wardens said Deer season came to a close in Hempstead Saturday and a record Ull of 95 was reported by^Garne Wardens Barham ... they iiad caught two violators which makes 97 known killed and lad reports from hunters of three does left dead in the woods, making a total of 100 . . this week the Slav will publish the names of success, ful hunters . , . now for-a deer stovy . . . Tuesday Jiarlin Tye killed a 3 point buck near Bodcaw using a 30-30 rille . . Thursday, his father, Jim Tye, using the same gun, killed a 7 pointer and Satunday young Donald Tye, 16, also using the satne gun. drilled a 0 pointer, all in the Bodeaw bottoms. Henderson State Teachers College debate teams have been prganfced with Don McQueen, of,Hope flixd Leon Cavruthevs pf Prescptt, members of the senior men's team, , . , Billy W«>y of Emmet and DOA of Hope are members of junior men's Jpam, started by' the/ back Club tp a den Wyatt and. ] for th^ip fine, J 1 tl)is "ye&f. J^ iel« Razorback.,Qlw "Through: ?u| reds of ArJi^ •thing be dt and Ws out i W £ e *u£ lU'« '5'»%. -L fall with ihe'Bft^9rb«c> cutive cornpiltteg' o£ .S back Ciub*if *"— -' Wyajtt the p fund fo autompbile • a, m. ... he invites anyone desjr- jng Infoimatwn about Mamep to qoiitact him at Hope Postpfftce, Paul Chinch, Oklahoma Tire and Supply Store Manager, has returned fiom a pheasant hunt north pf Hajs, Kansas and reports the jrip a veiy successful one. Hampton Burns, SOS, Dale Booth, Aikansas Powea and I4ght, ap4 Jeannjb Johnson, extension, service who are judges for the power company'b annual Balanced Farming Pipgram will be in Hope and Humpstead Tuesday, Wed,nes,* per person op JMW « p W, yoy' w th, ng from cheeks ft Jim 1 tieasurei' Rajsa ftfenwy' ansa§ not $2." Beed, bsekf d,ay and Thvusd.ay on oj section. . gompeUUye f^rrn.s, Jn tljis, Pvt. Robert t p.'Mcg r?. S. 13, of Mr ,and MVS. S. of Hope, ha.s recently be^n i to the got.

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