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'V,* «, iw* jt*i -• •*... et Lines emical HOM STA*, H6*l, A UK AMI AS nf Closed 3RABO, A'rlr. Plcknl Markets STOCK MAWKBT NKW oprwd hiRlti-r In IIHM|< A loftR 11 «t Held nt (lie |)i Finning )<<vt<|(, Ni't t limip<"< fl<i< tloi-K. who nnmn, «ald ln»i iinl»«» hod vot»d thr> 0*0 plckol lino* " r*"ttlrni»il tn OiHr plnnl June I iiirlko In•<._,. nnd flthfrf rontrnet , ,wh<i fll 80, lu iln« In *ny only , oil .,., 'plflnt A *tl WM "ttUwfflr* -.... „. WBUI wltfidriiwn, unM xfmhtumen print rnm«ji)« in <!..,. tttrwfiftMMMl klnri e no,-.W, Th^on-Wflrkxrn wnlk- < Ai)m>ort tit wouc tleniftndfi, KU **f v M'ly V" >f" "» tyThmpr -KM *W. •its?" -t#i'' I' > . >: Harris i from iif« Ont ^—„. — - „ fnvomblo (ft newDimrlei." .UWjtyi toy i he will a (tend lonloerflUe Nfltktiifil Cohvpc,- 1 OM» w|tu«B( of ot/r OF DOORS Monday, July y, from O Ry W»rrtn Blinotinq Editor 1 wlih I kfM-w )osl. lio'.v in/my n« ly Of»ni.»ral mnrfcot no thiit tnitr. hc l>i<iki>rftg<> uml I" routine Inlk turned to Kdrly ordi;r« In «iffl(.-f* werf mixed flinowiln, TfftflliiH (iiilcted In thn crirly lr«d. IIIK with (irlcfii lrrci(iiltir, By The AiiocliUd Pr«n Whi'iii future* h'-t'l ffilrly «if>nily In <-nrly dei.llnu» (mliiy «m the ChlcriRO n.inld <»f Tiiidi- Mill liny. Jiitf und roporlii nf i-xpuii iiu.Hini'tix Iiiully nfffit-l the pic-B.iine <il ,, He U »»mlrmmi «f Commltl?«» .ftdto ami i>mb0r of « Joint Committee- jrtlreetwl ,by to make ftmhi-r »tii<iy 'Jlftirrfmciu Act, )iBv<> to rpiiirn to (tommctlw with very «»ad to be imck Mftld Conjirewmmi llnrrin, -j hftvf ftn onpoftiinl- Jv«r the<4l«trltit. j.nm •|r«j«fiil for the honor of to )w rt to • /•* -"•»•»•» mr r wr * »l|** Qofl Jfr U ililgli eomjiUmi'iK n nil n 1 YtyfFt Ui tnlti- pVory opptiiiufiily to prpitH my to thn people Corn wo* off niiKiitly mi iifluciicoil by lilcnl umwiiiK woulh IT, liH'ludlnit hcuvy riilnn ill lowii WhU'll (III- IMUVmjJ Inlll IlllMOlH. 'OflU moved tipwnril Hlightly on report* of crnp fluningf from th< high ItwipnriilurcN .HoyIK-linn wi-n- itliout »tt»fl<ly fn cuily ii'iiil*.. Al i-litvi-n o'l-lnck' iKSTi wln-iu wait unchuntti-d In IIII cenln lower limn lht< pruvliiim flnlxli, July ^ , K7 1-2; corn w«» >.<i lower tn |.|| July Jl.'/ll, (nut OUtd Wf-le IH hldhcr, July 711 :i-n. Hoy. wero 14. tout hlulii-r tv» i/ 4 July fitafl, nnd Inn). W n« ,'eii (o 10 r-eiilj) n ion UJK July $JJ,:j7, of wh')'it w/in renrirloii l-n to la-mis lower, lower A of to llolltiml iivnr the wor-k i-flderit leioaijiod on tin- Imtivy uresnunt on the wheat tU»»plti. tlu- fncl Hint il,<. hurvoiit In nwirlnH i-mnploiion in uioji, 1,1 [illriol.i rind In- dliinn, ihn Imrvent In nT|Kiii(tfl 70 fid' cifiit vumptatcd, In pmlM of it | t - no to uo »,.,. ,,,,.., roiniiHKlliy r «- 71 ' whulelii'iirtcdly the and I ttm 4«xceffldln(tly with tho new din. I»V« 'Itr^ t'xt'optlon. mutitnl In* figrioulturnl, iruluntrlnl nomlp pi'oblinnii, i «m e ctn all work toHfther In Nfion t»w«r«l tho wo)- . h«v« a rnthor Inrno flct, pompo«ed of n wmnttaii, M«nu, in I'olk Co«n- : nmlllAr and wvll o< the new to l-iwrod 1 n m fired, l tllttilct ns ))«« o^iJtirtUnlty but In thw 1 »hiil|;;tit nil limns bu «wvte« (ind will wnl- nnd Informn to mn'vc t Adjournment, I in Mi off lei- In Uu; Pout »t K> Dot-ado.' 1 lloi'o IN today'.') port from UNI.)A: lion prk'fK itrc a.1 rent tn crntH lower nt Ku.-itern (',„•„ j lemiini.lfl, rrflrrtlini Iniijer nun. I'lll'H. ' An oKtlmnti'd 7-t.'too \ w ,i» on .'ial«> n'."i« l i n T.I"" rl<011 ' ''"'"I""-" with IU,iO() hiNl Miinrliiy. i Initk lo llu/) i.niiMlty \>y vnivciii'ir. r Illlwlf-rl din. Thouaiiri'ln ',1 Oil-in ; lint hli'klKK nruuruf. K/KM! hurl nnrl illfllffccciil. Niiry ;i hiitch of mnl) (.-run"* ii> my »ii-sk wltfio>il (|Uf-H- llotid nn id nniki-ix. nt vitluci*, or thf ii;ifi-ly of then' iiiiinkcti. Now noy nun !•« worth just whot you i (in HIJ! fr,r it, no inon-. no I"»K, TiiiH U|iplii>.<r lo tin- Ilimsily ('Mid HVl'd ?n|(|j'li [|«|ll (Mill Jllfil lid it ilnfjt (,, HM- si ,, ,,ml liiind f,yin- 'Idl'l ({null- Wiiirlic'iii'c or Ki<n>iri)(' Ion ut Ihr lo>'<il Kim !.lni|i And n Ki'-ni nuio> ut ih, MSI.- Kui'i|M.>iKi Kiiioo(hlioi"s v,'<'»- Muidc Ijy littli* kno*o rih-ldiii xuininith.M, Hni tlii-ii- ;ue ;i II.-M/ slinplc rules nlioul Ihi-lr , iiild.y fjii'tur with our inn- IIHUlillKll. J-'ii/il if lhal pi-i-ily HUH hn'i n dpd'iiliiiK |.iit!i'in CIIIIDJIIK iiroiiml UK- onncl.-i. n dim Duronm-iiM tnlii-M Thiil oiriins no dice with noy o( our fiu-(i,|-y l»r|f|i-r, Von bavr n »c»tlng of other dlnputcd dele«ato*.| T a" backer, called it "unfair." Wrapped up In thin In onp ofi_. B . rown * aW il would redi El*enhftwer-* n t r o n R e « l talk- Tim s in« point* In hi* dirt for tho noini- n.'.tlon — thi> chnrKc that if Taft in chos«-n it would de with the help of "»in\cn" votps frorn nuch ntntPd ax Texns. I.oui.slatm no.I margin Committss bj* i the Texas, Louisiana and Georgia reduce rr.embers selected •• l i I M - V " IU «I» acuruicu Ifir n.. ill P " The Committee's decisions on the whole convention, Is reg BS important because no c tion evei*''hos h.» . il ommees ecsons on uon ever nos -"-III Klng :>way I contests, which can be appealed toldential groups. MocArfhur mil yucll nnvc Hold from $20,fl() to op In $22 nt Kn^t SI, II.lift at Chicago, Sumo 77,000 ealtU. on sale nre about Ifl.ooo tniui u wtie,h ago, At Chlcotfo where 17,000 "I'ti uvnllublu slaughter nine heifers opened weak to fifty lower. ICurly, miles of high luut prlmu fed aieorx were $33.7fl to $;<0, Mrist'tif the wold -train «8f to•$:):! flo with to low choice jtniilc FULL J»RICE new JX % ^w-««% ', f^ ^«i***- An I'stlmnliKl mipiiiy of in.fioo shcup niul luniba nt la mni-ki<t.>i cuinpiu-i- with »unw lli.ooo in<it Monday. Prk'«« nn« not m-n eitnblliihml, but npi'lnn linnb,i sold 25 to 50 i-tmiH hlKlu-i- nt St, Utnilii, Cholei> und prlmt' Binivrtii-ii , Your oj llfirK.I iij,!' yutir' own If yog v.-ant 10 ri.il( ii lilow-oul, n! foiir.ii'. 1ml l»y IIH- n linmniii-us ii;ii-i-i-li'ii juij irt 11 wiill ili'Cfii'iillon milv. Si-roiul, iriiiny lon'i)!ti hiiilt stint- HIIIIH (if |ii-f-|tMO vint.'u:*-. iKMticii- Inrly those hi HI/:nu('.!•, ;ire niiulc with shmt ch.-niiii.TN. All U. S. Mlllllf NholHU'H Ilirltcil Olll NllHM- till! eiilly Iwi'iili.-s iii-c chiiiiibeied In Illllldli' ;-:lll-||.) lll.il iipril out to 2 : '-'i iiichi,'«, firi'il Ii iij;lh Not un- lireit leMjith. Miiny nl llu- l-'i-cneh, (Jermiin, (mil lieliilini liuilt ricltl iai-i-i'M wen- IIHIlli- Id Illlllllll' hllll-'l ol ulil.v a 0 III Inch flt-cd li.-iiujtli. M...IIIJ; inn- longer wlit'lhi In them IIII-IIIIH th.it the lip of the 1-urdl.Kiiinl ciifte uiif\n | pnrt wiiy Inln the lori-lni', roue, which 1*1 till' M|ltci-/.c down JUJil illll'lld of tin- ehiiinlii-r inopiT I'resxure.s lire liulll tip )iy .,,,1,,,. i;, |,,,, i I'hl. po'iiiililv hh!ln-i-; anil tln< result limy l»- c.lief. ''"' ii Ion-inn -lioli'iin',' 'I'lilii- off Ihi- l'ii i .eu4l. .-ihp HH- iiarrel.-i oil Hi'- hri'ei-li. (.Hi Ihr Ihitleni-il iin- ili-i'jilili-!, you'll fiml iniii'ks. Kiini- ju-iin iniiili- nniooihlioii's IIIIU-UIM! Willi 70 art- ol proper ehiimliei leiuslh for 70 nun, ur "''i inrh - - , hull.''. Those iiuii-ki'il vvith (tri, or l.otilN mid !(ir, ,„. 70, are cluimlu-red fur the shorter hulls, ;!i. a ty •> ;i II mi'lu-s fireil li'iiKlh. All of the "pie crimp" shot xhclls mmle today, the hulls without nn over-shot w;itl, open nut to- iJ-'h • Inches. Uues Hint menu Unit"' your engrtiVcd llelKlnii H|- Kaiuie miiild-il li,1 |m- t.-hamber ^ungth iiuifil lit) tllruwii out',' Nope. One, lop-dl-awi-r' Hiinsuiltlu: can reiim those elitiniber.s properly-- IJlliI they ni-i! iilsu enimlile of de- fidiiiK whether (here's enough ineliil in tluil ligiu lU to nuilte such « chiiinlK'r loiujthonlng job safe. Two. is thnl ciHiye both the \Viiu-ho$li-l'-Wcy.lerH situl Iteming-' t(in-l'eti>4'S outfits loiiil mime shells with the old tvpo of over-shot Continued .von re.-;-! hy Cicn. nt I 1 .' nnd One Dou«lns Mnc- Tuft's- diickor.q srorni.-d nnllkrly to iiecept ii, eoniproini.se proposal piisdi-d strunuly dy Sen. William Kiuiwdmd nf California. It was de- Ki«f"'il to uvold n tf-lf>vl.s(-d floor fi^.dt on the is-iiie of whether i-on- l'-st<-d dcleiialex could vote on lh-- Nniloiinl Committee in :i series of! liiltei-ly argued lieai-ini's last week.j And the Klsenhower forces counted on I his initial victory — if it' happened -- to set off a chaini i cnclion o/ Kisenhower support on' H.I- convention floor. | Al KiM'iihnwer's personal head-i 'Hiarter.s last night there was n| joslliiiK, xlriiggliiiK mog NCOIK-' .when Ivvo key figure!) eim-rged --! Penii'iylviiiila'.s (!ov. John S. Fine' and Michicmi National Committee- limn Arthur Summei-rield, News- ii:en liniidiaided them with (|itii!i- They iuflui-nee, if they don'l eon- li'ol. two of the lij'figi-st uiicoiu- oiillcil lilors of delei;ati-s to tin- lonvenliiin -- maybe eniiugh to tip I In- ha lance between Tuft nnd KI- .M-nliower. f!ov. Karl Warren of California tiui. :u\d reappeared just after IIM.V have been in on the conference, too. He disappeared from his suite in the same hotel about that time, and reappeared just alter the conference! bi-oke up, without Mayinj; where he'd been. Summerfleld and Fine, barely iible to move through the crugh of newsmen, said they were L'lyonhower on the rule «hai\ alioilt their preference Ijl Tuft nnd Kisenhower for the nntion; neither would say a w Aualnst this, Taft contended h" : find the bucking of !i37 di.>l«>g:ite<<: j who trUegrnphed him their plfdge.i.i I lf«- snlri alKuit 100 more are leanin«. | hin wyy. H no id all were les.-illyj j '-Ict'tud. A total of (KU is noededVn-! I tin nomination. ] j ,Vrv<>rlheV>n.s, mnny tic-legates j fell Unit Eixenhower's backers' I would be ablf to put over in a : test vote a change In the rules to ; li.ir disputed clelcgiites from vot-! i uiH on seating contests. j ; If this happened, it could be regarded as a psychological setback; j for Tuft on a side issue. Itj i might hnvo a telling effect on his! chiinccH when the convention Rets 1 liuwii to voting on the nomination; later in the week. \ Although the Ohio senator's sup-j purlers obviously recogni/ed the; n.->ks involved, they indicated after i an early-morning meeting in the hotel Hiiltc of "National Chairman Cuy C!, Gnbrielyon they are not in a mood for compromise. The meeting was arranged by Sen. William Knowlnnd of California, a supporter ofi Gov. Karl Wiii-ren's bid for tho presidential nomination. Along with Arthur Summerfield, Michigan national committeeman. Gov. John S. Fine of Pennsylvania mid others. Knowland had drafted a compromslc proposal and put it up to Tom Coleman of Wisconsin. Tuft's convention floor manager. Previously, Sen. Henry Cabot Lodge Jr. ol Massachusetts, Eisenhower's n a t i o n u 1 campaign manager, had announced Gov. Arthur B. Lnnglie of Washington would move to amend the rules so that no contested delegate could vote on any seating dispute. This would have blacked out 72 delegates in seven states. If would have kept Credentials Committee .members from f.tose seven states f:-oin voting in that committee on the contests. Knowland and the others came alonj; With the compromise under, which delegates in contests where! fll> per cent or mure of the national! cniiiinittet: member.'! had favored! the finul decision would be allowed j to vote on all disputes. I This would let delegates from I Florida, Mississippi, Kansas and! Missouri vote on the permanent seating of delegations from Texas! Louisiana and Georgia. The groups j from the latter three states, all! heavily favoring Taft, could noli vote on any of the contests, under! the Knowland proposal. j Summerfield said Eisenhower i personally had agreed to this com-' promise. But Davis S. Ingalls, Tuffs na- tlonul' campaign manager, said it wns f'ti ';-'oornpTurnts<»" which gives us nothing." • Hep, Clarence Brown of Ohio, a COME! HEAR! GOVERNOR SID MCMATH , July f, 1152 HOPI ITAt, MO PI, ARKANIAI SOCIETY Pnont 74411 IttwMn I A. M, 1114 4 I*. M, Calendar Monday, July 7 Circle No. 1 of the WSCS of the First Methodist Church will meet Monday, July 7, at the home of Mrs. J. W. Strickland with Mrs. B. W. Edwards as co-hostess. The Senior Ladies Auxiliary of the Garrett Memorial Baptist Church will meet at Fair Park on Monday, July 7, at 2 p.m. SPEAK IN HOPE TUESDAY, JULY 8'h FAIR PARK COLISEUM MUSIC FURNISHED Hear Governor Sid McMath discuss the issues involved in a calm, sensible way.... All Local Candidates invited to make announcements RE ELECT RNOR SID -Pol. Adv. Paid for by Ury McKon/io.'lIopo, Ht. 2' limits Inrnnto complnlnts that • prlimnei-a were held on two lower floors of Cell flloek tl since April Si. wlihnut ttlulnit ruum, yard e.xeri'lslni; or vJsllor prlvlleyeK, Pcputy SeyauHtr Oilman prnm Jst'd the group thul lU members would hnvo nil lhr«;i' prlvlleues restored tmnledlnU'ly, but thm they would cut und Wit'relst 1 In Kmiiii ''I M ti'ovipa ut tlriit. The rlotiiiH. whleh' InstMl two houni nhd 3S'mlnutt'K. climaxed nil tholrs to a !l Ki inches flri'il li'iitith. So yxui iiii-n'l us) luully tf ( as you thouuhl you I Wrl'i'. 0)isli-lbiiU'<l by NKA Scrvk-oi Eisenhower Continued ream rage Oo« from two Votes on Iho first luilM t(i eliihl 01 U) on the second. Of (he dolenales lined up in tho Associated I'reMM inhuldlion, Klseu the hour Hpi'iuitcdcd for tlu and women who make t| u - dlHtUi-b«nco» tlu'OVigluiul Cell Ulock howei- tnilled Taft, -lit t,) ;,;H. 0 during tht'itfay. Some convicts on tint first two floors beat their bum lodse ;it thy bottom and pried thcin buck wjln ehalrn or other furnlUue lo it,i\i^e iipeninn»i, Tln>y jirubbiHl Gtiui'ct S^t Durt M>'ron, 57, avid Qunrd Wlltinm Wlttlr, 34. They rusliod thorn up (oi)r fllghls. uiul hekl them there unUI Myi'on was wiiit ilwvu tu con-' lists. Vt«,V Uli? prlSIHUTS' dt'llUlluls to; 'I' 1 '" QUman, were Thu t'Luting broke out us othei-! \»les twutnts M CMI Ulock U wi'iv r<- b.v titvnlnu from yard vxercise ut vif tht> returninu _ in ruler convention hall. "* Klsi<nhow«-r's round of conferences luiil one immediate purpose: to brin;: ybnut ;i chaiifje ui the cois- vuilinn rules to de'exates whose seats ;ne in di.spurt- can't vote nn tlieir iiuu nnd other delegates' con-! t:eiit>i\il iiiut his backers! •ed they had enough i I ll>is ehnnije iipprovedj .'I limjorl,v Vug the dcleyntes !| soon afler llie cftHv'eiitiun .opened. [ That would bar from voting on li.iu, SOIDO uf the returning pris- 'I onui'jt pushod UutuM Juiues Viu-ek.: il''' cuinests some St 36, Intu a cell to kvvp him froml «w«riloil l" T.ilt l>y the liepublie.m being captured by the luuuH.s flood-i Ing UP ll"OU> the fli'gt luut socoiiil: ~ U*-r». They hid V»Wk's oup and spring Uunb ;md pork loins slutw- finally Utin in iH'Uoners' «urb, llei THE WHITE ELEPHANT APOLOGIZES We are sorry for not being able to secure enough clerks to properly serve you Thursday and Saturday. We thank you for being so patient and understanding. More sales people are being added-— THE BIG CLOSING OUT SALE IS NOW ON • WE QUIT ' ftw- " m LISTEN TO THE Republican Convention QVIR XA ^v^^^^^^^^^ff w -v^^fWHp iw ed tin- must New York ^ prieos mi mti^t Mtmc U'4 score 7U» ct'iits jic-r poUiui. a Konoi ally stt'iuly to to Inilior. 1 71V4 u>i htciitio has; firm tone, i - Advances of on« to throe eonlsj ix-r du»ou uro in ptospect for eggj j»Hcos at Now ' Vv^.. CUicitgo ox-! pools luivtTnooy of o-io cent on 11 oxtra ijrades. 'l\v«> conts tm stan- ! daivKs and unchun^t-Hi prioos <m othvv oggs. Noon Wall Street NEW YOHK — The stock market was a vjuiel mixture of small uiul litssos tiiiiay. Tho AssocuiU-d Press «o at noon wa& 107,1 - down COME SAVE UP TO 50% o AND MORE BUY FOR NOW, FOR SCHOOL FOR MONTHS TO COME .)n thi> N<"«' York curb were KtMtcrully higher. T»'»dl»(f wusLJ^oili-i atoly ;u-tiv«. HiHher flT^» stuck oschango: Untow PoeUte, IH UD ^; c«is«u. datwd KtUsoti, M 4^. up 1-8; Soars Bcwbuok, MV4, up fc: Kern County ltM»4, «M|. up M: 81 11 110 EAST SECOND STREET The Wisteria Garden Club mem bers and their husbands will be entertained Monday night at 7:30 at the Hope Country Club with a dinner dance. Hosts will be Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gresham. Bridewell Chapter of DeMolay will meet tonight at the regular meeting hour. All members arc urged to be present as special business will be discussed. Wash., during the weeks of July 6-19 by Rufus Lee Stepp, Airman, while his squadron, Fleet Air Service Squadron 705 is on summer training there. This squadron is stationed at the U. S. Naval Air Station, Dallas, Texas, Coming and Going Mrs. H. R. Copcland has returned from Arkadclphia after a visit with her son, James Thomas Copeland and family. She was ccom panied home by her grandson Tommy, for a visit. 8 Speeches a Day, Tackett Schedule By The Associated Press Village, Hamburg and Crossftlt. Wednesday — Warron, Hamplon, Fordycc and Camden. Thursday — Waldo, LewisvlllCt Hope and Prescott. Friday — England, t, o it o k c, Brinkley and Memphis television. Saturday — Radio tnlkathon 12, . ., . ,,. noon to midnight, Ft. Smith and Rllllt - v - finpd * 10 ' Foyctteville. Court Docket CITY DOCKET Fred Willis. S. N. White, Drunkenness, FoVfrllcd $10 cflsH bond. Krnesl Taylor, Drunkenness, Plen Holt: Rep. Boyd Tackctt is scticdulingl M . "°., , o,,», n ;» „/ „,„.,. «,„„«, ™ rfnv Monday — Qwtman. H c b c r Mr. and Mrs. W. S. (Son) Jones returned to Dallas Sunday after a visit here. Tuesday, July 8 There will be a dance at the Hope Country Club. Tuesday night, July 8, at 8:30. A Dutch lunch will be served at 11:30. Hosts wil. be Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McLeod, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Beyerley, Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Cox, and Mr. ano Mrs. Fred Ellis. Members who arc planning to attend please cal. 7-4397 or 7-2852 or Monday noon. 7-5884 before Friday, July 11 The UeAnti Lilac Garden Club will sponsor a benefit ice cream supper on Friday, July 11, at E p.m. All proceeds will be used to complete the club house. The public is invited. Mr. Roy Berry and Miss Minella Berry were the weekend guests of their son and brother, Dilford Berry and family in Houston, Texas, and other relatives. Master Hershel Dwayne Berry accompanied them home for a 2 weeks visit. nn average of eight stops a day from Tuesday through Saturday on his hop-skip-and-n-jump campaign tour of Arkansas for the Democratic nomination for governor. Only two opponents. Jack Holt and Judge Francis Cherry, are ceming close to Tacketl's record- setting pace in their schedules for the week. Holt is planning to make five slops two days this week, and Judge Cherry averages four each day with a 12-hour radio talkathon slated for Saturday. Gov. MeMath's schedule calls for one speech each day and Atty. Gen. Ike Murry will average about three stops daily. The Nashville Congressman, trnv-j eling by helicopter, speaks at Ola) and Russellville today; Murry stops, at Harrison; McMnth at Crossett; Cherry at Sheridan, Rison, Star Springs, Mountain Viow and Bates- villc. Tuesday — Bentonvillo, Rogers, Springdale, Siloam Springs and Fnypttevllle. Thursday Arkadelpliia, Glen- Reds Repel UN Raids Against Their Outposts Helen Perkins, Viola Simpson.] SEOUL, — (1NS> — Entrenched Assault and battery, plea guilty,: Chinese Communist troops turned fined $10. back n large-scale Allied raiding J. 1.. Jones, Blocking an alloy,| ottnck on the Western Korean Forfeited $5 cnsh bond. Helen Perkins, Carrying a pistol ns a weapon, Plea guilty, fined $50. wood, Murfreesboro, Prescott and Gurdon. Friday —Rector, Lciichvillc and Paragould. McMath: Monday — Crossett. Tuesday — Hope. Wednesday —Arkadelphta. Thursday -- Forrest City. Friday — Hot Springs (American Legion State Convention). Saturday — Seari-y. front cnrly todny. Tank nnd nrtltlery - supporter United Nations Infnntrymet touched off Iho clnsh when they moved toward three Chinese out posts near tho truce village W. N. Landers, H. G. F.lder, Stephen Ward, Geo. Wcldon, Drunken- i ness. Forfeited $10 cash bond. Booker Maxwell, Failure lo ylold right-of-way, Forfeited $5 cash bondj F o ,.f c it C c! $5 cash bond . Worner Chambless, Drunk while; R B Trotter Improper brakes on driving, Forfeited $i!5 cash bond! CM . ( F - ol . tc | U , t | $5 cns |, bond, and defendant ordered to serve Ij Harold Barksdnle, L. M. Sti-ll, «'•«>' '" I" 11 - Overload, Plen guilty, fined $23, Murry: Monday — Harrison. Tuesday — Berryville, Springs and Rogers. Eureka City and Monticello; and Holt nti Wednesday — Sprint-dale, ' Fay Quitman, Hebcr Springs, Ml. Viow 1 Miss Kathleen Walker of ETSTC Commerce, Texas, and John R. Brooks of Greenville. Texas, lefti yesterday afternoon after spending the Fourth of July holidays with Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Walker. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. McDowell spent the week end with Mrs. McDowell's brother, C. W. and family in Minden, La. Alford Notice Choir practice will not be held at the First Methodist Church this week. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. McDowell nnd children and Mr. and Mrs. James McDowell, all of Fort Worth, spent July 4 with their parents Mr. and Mrs. J. S. McDowell, and sister, Mrs. Aubrey Collier, Jr. and family. and Batesville. Two candidates made additions to their official cumps this weekend. Murry's campaign headquarters at Little Hock has announced that State Sen. Edwin Cash of Malvcrn as been appointed Murry's asso- iate campaign manager. Judge Cherry said that he has .ppolntcd Mrs. Arthur Emmet-ling f Little .Rock as chairman of the State Women for Cherry group. She vill be assisted by Mrs. Nate Peni, also of Little Rock. Here are the candidates schedule or Tuesday through Saturday: Cherry: Tuesday — McGehcc, Lake Mr. and Mrs. James McDowel spent Saturday and Saturday nigh with Mr. McDowell's cousin, Mrs Betty Berry and Mr. Berry, ir ibsland, La. The Woman's Auxiliary of St. Mark's Episcopal church has been postponed until July 1 16 at the home oC Mrs. F. R. Johnson. Mrs. T. H. Seymour Has Tea Friday Among the courtesies extended Mrs. J. C. Orion, who has recently moved to Ashdown, and Mrs. Char les Rowland of Hanford, Calif., who is visiting in the home of Mrs. Charles Rowland Sr., was a tea given Friday by Mrs. W. E. Cox, Jr., Mrs. Claude Wilson, Mrs. Sam McGill, and Mrs. T. H. Seymour at the home of the latter. Artistic arrangements of flowers were placed at vantage points. Guests were greeted at the door by Mrs. Seymour who introduccc them to the honor guests. Thej were invited into the dining room by Mrs. Cox and Mrs. McGill. The • table, covered with a lace cloth over green satin, was centerec with a crystal bowl of colorec shasta daisies. Mrs. J. J. Battle presided at the punch bowl and Mrs. Chas. Rowland, Sr. served Individual cakes embossed with sweet peas. The honorees were presented corsages of carnations and each • was given a gift. Approximately forty guests called durffig the appointed hours. Mrs. A. E. Smith and daughter Judith, of Tcxarkana spent Sun day afternoon with Mrs. Smith' nieces, Mrs. J. S. McDowell an Mrs. C. C. Collins. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Frank and Norma Jean and Bob Shaddo spent the week end in Memphis visiting Mr. and Mr?. Chas. Cli ford Franks. elteville and Ft. Smith. Thursday — Ozark, Clarksville nnd Russellville. Friday — Morrilton, H c b c r Springs and Conway. Saturday Benton, Malvcrn, Hubert Kidd, Illegal parking, Forfeited $1 cash bond. Janu-s C. Moran, Passing another ear in an Intersection, Forfeited So cash bond. Elmer Linidermtlk, No brakes on car. Forfeited $5 cash bond. Silas Kills, Walter Jackson, Kllvn Draper. Kugene Jackson, Klmer Loiulennllk. No driver's license, Forfeited $f) cnsh bund. 1'u-eii McKlnloy, Disturbing the peace. Forfeited $10 cnsh bond. Ernest Taylor, Disturbing peace, Plea guilty, fined $10. Arkadclphia and Hot Springs. Tackett: Monday — Ola and Rnsscllvlllc. Tuesday — Jacksonville, Cnbot, Lonoke, Carlisle, England, Stuttgart nnd Little Rock. Wednesday Dardanellc, Atkins, Plumcrville, Grecnbrier, Vilonla and Conway. C 1 n r k s v i 11 c, Thursday Alma, Dyer, Mulberry, Ozark, Altus, Coal Hartmand nnd Clarksville. Hill, fine suspended during good behavior, Percy Morgan, L. E. Coy. Jam cs R. Irvin, Ernest Thrlot, 11. L. Trover, Overload, Forfeited $2,» cnsh bond. 1,111 le Turner, Drunkenness, Forfeited $10 cash bond, Pen 1 1 Wllklns, Disturbing peace Forfeited $25 cash bond nnd order ed to serve 1 day In Jail. Taylor Butler, Speeding, For felted $, f > cnsh bond. Timothy Crockett, Fishing without license, Plen guilty, fined $10 Panmunlofrt tit 10 o'clMk tlffollhtl the MUckers reached only the first ot the outpost* whtft they were pinned down by R hall ot Communist mortar shells and <tc- n rules, TWO squads, using fUrhe-thtriW' ers and biuookns, reached the top of tho outpost hill but withdrew under heavy fire. A few hours after midnight, re- luforccmcfits were rushed up to protect the withdrawal of tho Al lied foot-loldlors. As dawn broke Allied warplancs pounded tho enemy positions. Tho Chinese fought from deep IOR bunkers nnd svet-o not dislodged. The battle was so close to tho Pnnmunjom neutral atono, thn .searchlights marking the nrei could bo seen easily. Communist artillery activity In crcnuad all along the 155-mllo Ko rean front Sunday, A total of 11,1121 rounds of mor lnr and artillery wore fired at Al lied positions during the 24 hou period ending at 0 p. m. nortrl; 7,000 bombs were aimed at the Al lied troops flKhtlUK near Panmun- Jom, Klylngweathor was poor but Allied pianos mounted a total ot 1(10 sorties. ADMItfATU Dozen John Richardson, Robert Scrog- KJ, U . suspended during good behnv- '••" fc;ldon Babbitt, Dun llowull, Friday — Subinco, Paris, Charles Aubrey Biilley, Running "Stop" light, Forfeited $5 cash bund. STATE DOCKET Melvin Adams, Fnilure to signal when stopping vehicle on highway, ton, Mansfield, Greenwood, Lavnca, Van Buren and Ft. Smith. Saturday — Lincoln, S i 1 o a in Springs, G r ;> veil e, Bentonville, Rogers. Springdale, lluntsville und Fayeltcville. .Robert Henry.. Possessing untnx- ed intoxicating'liquor, Plea KtilHy, fined $50. Ilolllfi Johnson, No driver's II- cense, Plea fiullty, fined $5. Robert C, Vines, Forgery and Uttering, Examination waived bond fixed at $500. Holiis Johnson, Possessing unlnx- ert Intoxicating liquor, Dismissed, Roxie Henry, Possessing tmtnxed Intoxlentlng liquor. Dismissed. HOPE DRIVE-IN THEATRE 8. Main A Country Club rd. Last Day "Mr. Imperium' A/2c Ray Allen, Jr. left Tcxar kana yeGterday via plane for Rapid City, South Dakota, where he is stationed after a 15 day visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Allen, friends and relatives. Hospital Notes Julia Chester Admitted: Mrs. Ada L. Gorham, McCaskill, Mrs. Nettie Vinson, of Texarkana, Texas, Arlis Brooks, Hope, Mrs. F. S. McPhcrspn, of Hope, Karen Kay Self, Rt. 4, Hope. Discharged: Walter Burns, Pat mos, L. R. Ferguson, Hope, Miss Velma Goss, Hope. Mr. and Mrs. F. S. McPherson, Hope, announce the arrival of a son July 7. Persona! Mention Palmos will be represented at the US Naval Air Station, Seattle, AIR-CONDITIONED Josephin e Admitted: Mrs. A. K. Holloway, Hope, Mr. Dick Hunter, Hope, Mrs. Wylic Ward. Rosston, Mr. O. McQueen, Hope. Discharged: Mrs. P. A. Hendrix, Hope. Branch , Admitted: Mr. Lcroy Coolcy, of Rt. 1, Hope, Mrs. John A. Hudsoa El Dorado, Mrs. Frances Jones, Rt. 4 Hope, Mrs. Ruby Osburn, Hope. Discharged: Mrs. L. B. Hollis Patmos, Mrs. Vernis Shepard ol Waldo. Pi.tr l«li "^ UUIIE -.HUOSOH «rt» COIURN ' 9UKW l I^^JWiiiil JANINIQH JOHN ARCHER WRIALTD • Now Showing • HOWARD DUFF COlf IN CRAY — in — Gov. Warren Bides Time for 'Call' By MORRIE LANDSBURG CHICAGO Wl—Gov Earl Warre of California, who says he's lh only candidate not predicting vii tory, set out todary to improve h Icngshot position in the race lo the Republican presidential nom ination. Teams of Warren-pledged del gates from California and Wiscoi sin worked over the week end tr ing to line up other delegates for talks with the governor. His backers frankly were bidding for secondary support by delegates who will vote for Sen. Robert A. Taft or Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower on the first ballot, or for those who are uncommitted. Warren epects to have more than his pledged bloc of 70 California and six Wisconsin delegates 0:1 the first rijll call—how many more he declined to say. Warren resisted all attempts to find out his preference for the nomination in the event he drops out of the running. Warren and his family attended services yesterday at the Firot Methodist Church.' Then he went on to appear on four radio and three television programs. He declared he would not participate in any coalition. There have btfen stories that be would join Eisgphwoer and Harold E. SUssen to »*,|£>p-Taft movement The Antajretlc continent elevation of auy - ' Shop Where ItsCool! ;~' r -i-ii;-VM SNOWDRl HUNT Size No. 300 32 at 35 at 35 at DRESSES Reduced TO — y. •( «] ' •> & TCj^n^ aJt and 121 at other prices — All reduced from 25% to 80%. Save as much as $24.95 One Group BLOUSES <2.00 . Values to $7.98 — Many Brand New. Cotton Seersucker in stripes and solid colors, COSTUME JEWELRY Reduced All $1.00 stock now 59c All $2.00 stock now $1.18 All Stock Over $2.00 Now l/z PRICE y^Aj ^ '. i* - J All Prices Plus Federal Tax SUMMER HANDBAGS REDUCED $1.50 - $2.50 - $4.00 Plus Federal Tax BUY NOW MILLI Hoti now,,.,»$1*25 wow * * ,f

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