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* -' HOM STAR, MOM, ARKANSAS , July 1 tf« lew Methods Treat Burn v^oses Studied "^fefiit 8y FRANK CARRY reprirlfrl' itfrii to quick new m trnnting Shantz Big Star Though His Side Lost J'IMI.ADKMMUA, M.M'I - M.H-»i>"l«'n p|p*<|in',ik v/lifi tl I fifijy 13 i<li«'h«*ii fur (He l'<*tnu 1 • (IfCW Ihf I'Mllll »! ('»)'•'•'•« I from Ih't ljiiiiri|)liiinl Nnlmrml Rev. T. White in Revival at Caney Friday Platform to l from fnge On* chargel arc likely to be repeated' vehicle* by state employes v/h^n' Horscut were-found in America un Icebergs of glacial origin <»dM*day, July 9, WZ HOM ITAt, of *• Dot/by Sli.-mlz up ' Iv l/il'-dy on Shitif J'nrl','!ii John J. PrendorRMt ..ml, "'>»•»«'"<'"' !""V'.T 1 /""^ "!"'| MMMlnti* of Uw Cnry-d*.-i f'«"> iho.'Kh *>'• I»H«< '"' l ™' ""'• modleal <!..pi.rlm«iit wpftrt- l n « A .""'"•"': '^rJ,^. "E" . 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And it; Detroit rwurx'tws mnld - 1 " 1 lu(l1 H'"' w " '«..* bU ta.it ,-nrv, | Kfiniiiir, I'll hiiVr Mriirk out tioitncr. i Milt-In!, tin- mil}- liidli'i In hit MII j Mlii'h ii a n foul off Simula, xiud of old M me pro*, JB« l f< 'iiii'i 1 '. 1 !:)• rii'''. nnS rionfr of thej j im n in bh i-'iri>f-r Isirnorp expert j Irian (Jov. !>''A"y r>f N«'W York. | l)i-v r-y »|i iiii.n.'.lrnlfi'l fur all to | ti-r. tin 1 oniy in a hricf flush, the pow/f-i- be li.'i'i with lb" NI.-W York • 'if !c;cilif,iv •.>•'•'! !W ut Uiat «lalf:'» !»fl flcli ,;.i'.< hind lip >ui tho KI.H'li- . h'.wi r Mil' 1 "i Mnfi'liiy'y. flclt'gate and elaborated. " il am rlccf.-d." He also said ho til comparative !v recent geologic quently carrjf rocks and e« ROM Rb.lcy of Oklahoma, com- would "advlso but not rule" th"'time». l;nt di"d out and did not considerable distance acroH rr ittcc chairman. e*tlmat«>d it; IrfjislatiiTe and wnu!d nut "tisnrsi ,-ppenr af.nn until introduced fronv sea as they float with Odean CUl] would bf? rniflafternoon h'-forf th«-:ih<- p«v.f.'^ "f tJn- iieople." l-:urope by man. land winds, convention cmild Ret a report., \ -- - .... Ihroe ur rriore re'ports on Texas.) Ixeaiisi' of d division of opinion in' the eoinmitlei'. Claims Continued from .Page One BEATING THE LAW TAMPA. Kl.i M'pi - IVvM-ii 1 .;'.' <'<-r!iiniK:,ii.iL»>r .' AJ<.n)i!i.ii" ! :•' ti'.ou;'!,!. IK- k '"ifK':» :,' ' rj''t',vcr :i a b;tr ri I-!' 1 ii!*';! h' v h'-ar't ,-) l ".',<* lf.nns.li' ;it M.idi-ira Hoac'h. Florid.-' 'Tc n A nc'.v the Tnl« dM'Niit mi'im that tho I)<-w-, public officr " He said "wanton Sum). uy fulli.',', ITS or any ritb««r tfr«''P, waste, cxtravaKuiicc: and <: w.'bH'h wfil ii;Mlnst Tuft M<>nd;iv ; timi...b:ivc> i.nrnpleU'ly sat will viitr i •«..u'lly tin* same wh' 1 " the: conduct nf all our stad il i.'oriu" lur." to pifk the p;iriv fairs" during th<* past four !'.( in I ill Ij'.-t it ,: I'liho'Afr's ciini|). Jud|{i; Chr'iiy said hi' wutil "the piiviitc use of state i statf: b:in on. M(intf | ,f>i.)i'"-ry •rrup- : j-aifl, M:ui;i;:t'r : F'nb Mognn -;ni.r iraled: di ir:l:s ;,rr<,>••.•; a table placed a! 's iif- (hi- end ut Ms liar, years,' "I'll ;:ivr r: ysi If a week to dc- I stop rid SPRINCHILL and Return *1.75 ANSAS J TY /? SOUTHERN Plus 15'P Federal Tax Tbriftrip Chair Car Fare$ DIPOT TICKET OFFICI Telephone 7-2651 SOCIETY f»tion« 74431 8«tw««n • A. M. and 4 P. M. j Crerdentiols i Continued from Pace One llrv. ThlirnuM V/hi(c <m O.O, Jfidti* uf burn* DM verily durlnit n t,rt loully nlded Hnalyjil* of the pin- Blfl Content of blond token from of burn*. thi»y tin. 1 mlidti.v n< thf e flml »y»twnintk' ntudy of employing ft" electric tw ; dcUtellittf tba twiicpniniilnn ii\ blood of Uurnod , W, J, (UP) - ,llm tnoh«'« fix if ul aUultltin to tin of wftvfH in hud "n ticiiK'iulinii tidsoi'lmi'nl." "lie kci'iiK ynn nfl nirldc nil th" : Umo," MiiBliil ftddi-d. "I didn't! lliinl< llnit third Mi'iKi' WIIH iivi'i'i 111! 1 plllll' llld It VVilH .1 Ijllllt) flUilj pnrtltubirly prnlnc nl. It, MII (|iii'Kllnn In Sliiinl/ 1 ' cunt "Do's ri'iilly iiliinil tbiit," Hiild the rilant firm! Sluiiit/, liliii'iclt, fiiild h,< wn>:ift hiillni; on 'ilrlkiui; nnynni- IK pitietitn "I merely wan trylnii to i;i>t 1By (JCt the huhlt. them to bit the flr.'d pllrlu" lie d<> two yi'tirw old, eliired, "I wasn't iifli'i nny wtrlltr- nut rt'coribi," Hail Khun)'/ »tarlrd lln> I'liinc tln-i (he outi'uini' mltjlil liave lirim dl: J-jli'liMll Illl 1 Nllllnllill l,l'll|;Ul'l « j;rll I i riilly iiHi'i'i'd. but chunixtltt, Vit :0R GOVERNOR Qualified by HONESTY * MATURITY ABILITY* EXPERIENCE tfvUUMl Ml MM tut t>r J»ck Hull, Jf,, Ulllt Uuck» Minn- than onf round In •: r.tiy cvi nt In jump to another ; r.'iididal'' t,n the Hnsl briHol if thi'.y i ch'riuii'. Hi- ','. M'ddn't oHtirnate huw i rr'iny ni(;:h! do sn I The" 1 v.'< i !• iii-w runuirn of «{• • ft IH tn Si-n. William Knowliiml nf •III.. II. -v. Thnnnan Whit... l.oni.ji,,. v j,.,. Ijr( .. s |<li.ntlal nnrninntion if nnd fi-iti-i-il in thl'. viciiciv, '.vii'. Ihr. would try In s-.viriK California's coin 'i'il-d .Hid mij.wri-cd tin' i-iill 711 v. il.'S !•> Eisenhower. Oallform.Vs lo |,riMcli iitt.'i hi' hud ii family, i r,ov. Knrl Wiirri.'ii. himxelf a ciin- Kiitciol mi ;i Ii«"ihiMiin .mil in UK'S! ; ditliilc. li;i.<; made it elenr hi- wants Hiiiiln.ir d fi-iiii I'li-.cntt I Huh ! if, SP( . (| 1( , fj rs t |,,i)h)l thintic.h. j M'lu.-il tii> i-i'.iiii'd Unit, full in Ili'-i Kisenhfiwcr himself schi'du'led a | Ihiiny i'.tiirl 1'illi-i'c mill ;M;nl<ml- j ci.nfiTi'iic'i' with thc Cailfnrnlll dfl! <'d i" Hi'ri. I C'tsitinri, which already has had ii i Hi'v. \Miili- Im:: sp. hi L'-l years ; visit from Tuft. | JIN |iii:,li.i' in Mime fl Hi'- l.irijfi'i Tlu- ucili'iMl pliiKKed his own I chin i'h'-; nf lli<- .\'.i/;.i I'M. ( 'lunch, i i-minr in tiilk.s with delegations yi'S-j II' 1 I'i no.', iiniiir. full tin'.'' in tin' | It -rdiiy \vith iiit iiNsertlon that t(n-' in id nl i-v.iin.'Hi.Mii. III.-, '.'-"ill h;i:i j lli'pnhlii'an'i must hnvi.' n "tre-j I'iiciii"! iiim linni (.'.in, nl. i In Cali.j n.i-ndoii.^ iiialnrlly" In November. I (iiiina in i.i'iii' "I Ilir liirci-r »:hni'-| "I don't want a see-saw liattlcj t'lii s ami c.nii|i.. HI' !•: .1 d.vtiiiinli. 1 ! that will K'ive us the cxecutiv cof j ;,|n-iil.i r iiiiii lil'Ti-illv imiii's his ! Tice (the priisitliiney^, lose the Sen- j rniil in In.-. iiii".:iiii:e.s. j that will wive us n small majority Ili-v. U'lnli- '.nil In- In his old i In th«' house." he declared. Ii.. mi-' rtimeh. ('.iii.'.v. .Inly llth! Taft'.i theme was that he. was, tlii.nii:li iii" I'dlh nnd i!i Snttnn v.-illln?' to liiko nrganl/.ntlnn people* | July :!:ith iiiri.ni;h Ani;u.sl. Hd. |(cv. finm the 'ither side Into Ills cainpj A M, l..imi,(il nf t'.iney .mil Hev. | " 1( ":' fair and <'i|uitai)le basis" if i .lack l.i.i'/,' ul '-.isii'in invite every, j '"' i!'*ts the purty nomination. :mil jniii in the ilendar hiunday, July 10 fhe Catholic Altar Society will Insor a benefit ice cream social ursday evening at the parish The public is invited. |rhe Hope B&PW Club will have regular meeting at the Barlow "el Thursday, July 10, at 7 o' Eck. she spent two weeks. She was accompanied home by her aunt and uncle, .Mr. and Mrs. John Ander on, who were enroute to their home in Tucson, Ariz., and svero the dinner guests Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Winemiller. Boyle Shaft to Test for Arkansas Manganese MAHSHALU, Ark. IA—Workmen nro digging a tunnel through n Continued trom vnge ship—neither Taft nor Eisenhower seems to want to toss the coin until he can cry "heads" and win either way it lands. They are both dedicated men, nnd neither wants to gamble. The only other problem now left (nil i nc n r ncrc \vhtch the property in the Republican convention is|i,, ssor Jays contains a rich deposit who is noing I" be vice president. | o j manganese ore. Well, Trellis Mae. believe it Lconnrd Baxter of Cushmnn. Russell Has Continued From Pai« On* BRC of questions brought prolonged applause from Ihft estimated 225 persons Attending * ho n f *' RlVi In answerlns tho four questions DOROTHY DIX Unsociable Neighbors Dear Miss t>lx: Being o{ sociable disposition. It Is rather hard for to understand tho people who iponslvc neighbors elsewhere OB your block. out to him HuoseU said; me to understand ino peopic. w,,u 1. He cloosn't think President; live next door to us. At «™J Jj{* lie '47 Friendship Club will set Thursday, July 10, ut the ne ot Mrs. Ben Waller. -rlday, July 11 he DeAnn Lilac Garden Clubj |ll sponsor a bcnetit ice cream pper on Friday, July 11, at 8 i. All proceeds will be used to jiplete the club house. The pubis invited. Mr. and Mrs. Brasher had as week end guests, Mrs. Brasher's nieces and their families, Mr. and Mrs. James Busccme and son, Mrs. Jimmy Boone .and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Morse and children, all of Beaumont, Texas. Mrs. Morse remained for a two weeks visit. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Bruce of Rosemead, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. Burlon Taylor of Pomona, Calif., are visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Earnlo Sundbcrg j M ^ I « IK. -,,,H and children, Bob and Jan, ot . and Mrs. G. A. Hobbs and, '". „, ' „,„,.„ h ,,Hrt : ,v cuests and Mrs. Webb Lascter, Jr. | 111 be hosts and hostesses to a i lung peoples dance at the Hope jmntry Club Friday night, July from 7:30 to 10 o'clock. Dallas, Texas, were holiday guests of. relatives in Hope. What values! Here's your chance to buy a fine used sewing wuhine at a money'Saving price. Every one of these machines has been carefully inspected and adjusted by expert SINGER mechanics and is in top working order! STOCK CONSISTS OF VARIOUS MAKES TAKEN IN TRADE ii . The hnrltdnips for the conveiv Morkets Uy Thp A'.'.'iix-iiitrd Crocs Wlii-iil lii|i|ii'd lii. cv.ilns In rally Iriiditii; U'tl.'V. uiu'.niF 1 . lii;'.lirr en Xiii'd ih ni un! \Vbnli".iili- meat;, \S i'ii- :,li',idv lo SI liij'.lli'i . iliii; IMl,-i'.i .Hi ,; i tu .ill rents lower. ('iilllt- v, i'i i' u i rj'.ul.n', C'olloii t'tiluif. oj.M-iii'd '10 el-tils i a lialc liit;lu-r lo ilU rrnl;,; lu\S'rr. \Vhf;il luturi .. iiiovi'd hljilu-r in i •; 111 ,y d r. 11111,-;,-. 11 Ml lli'iird nl Ti'iidi 1 on c lion shifted ciulckly today t ini; cei-r.i's after a drnmatie Inter- hide lasl nl/;ht wbi*n Herbert Him- ver. 77-.ve:)r old former I'resi- di iit, srl nff n banner-wiiviiif! pa- I'iidi* amid a l-l-niiiuilc ovation. II was tin* first lime.* the harried di li'iintes bad a chance to whoop il up anil ttiey went happily stoit'piiu: iiround the aisles to all tin- old familiar tunes. In a serious vein, Hoover made il plain he sides with Taft against I'.'lsenhower on foreign policy differences. Thi! only living ex- Pn'sldrnt called the Western European ili fense forces which Eisen- Cbieniiii i bower headed a "phantom army" and advocated reliance on tiirpow- Hour i-ar'y on sollhui niiliniu-d liivui- ineiea:<e 111 lefi'iplN al Ii'.' eai'.'i. Dais held ulxiiii .'.(enily and soy- heilil'; VM'i'e Inwei-. Here is li-d-i.v':; (.'nnuulily report iHiimsheil h.v the USI.lA: Iliil 1 , prli'e-.'i drupped '.!.'i lo 50 vents ami inure un Kaslern C'unibelt markets, rclleclinn liiuell larger lanu shipments llu luiuhout llu. 1 Mtdwosl. Close lu 11^.000 lu>v;s fire estimat- as Taft has. Although Hoover conferred with T.ifl here, the former President did nut malic tiny public nm)inincc- mi nl nf his choice for the nomination. The strurfile over contested del- I'cntes \vent on iiKiiln beforo UK- (.'onviMition's cri'dt'titials cnmniittee with n (pilek vole scheduled on the iri-ineii'.lier Louisiana doli'Kation. Tt'it wits c.xpoetcd to continue his wlnniiiK ways in the committee, dominated by his supporters, with the sviitini) of a pro-Tatl Louisiana ^rnup. After its vote! the mfmmll- tec. still hitd two more hours of IM'ISS Virginia Tonnemaker, Jari G. Willis to Wed . Jr. and Mrs. Dale Tonnemaker .'this city announce the cngage- hnt and approaching marriage t their daughter, Virginia, to fall G. Willis, son of Mr. and *" J$ :-?> if. .'viZ***., Irs Ity. with TREADLES from .... $ 2 5.00 PORTABLES from $52.50 CONSOLES from $87.50 ^ l.«'.v markot.s coin-j , u . Bumi , nt .sehuduled over the" 38- LY SHOE SALE offering in this event about 400 Pairs in Droiiy Types, Casuals and ," Famous Brands but broken tiies. now, or this fall. GROUP 1 »/iOFF pin cil with siii.'hlly U's.s than 50, tHii) a week ugn, t'hnici' IHO lo '.170 pound IIORS have sold Irnm $'.!tl.7;> lo $L''.! at Ihr lull)'"' Kaslem I'nmlii'lt term- in:ils with ;i ti'P nf •ji'ii:. 1 . 1 ;) puitl at Indliinapolis. The top was $L',U at t'lm-iii',11 ;md S'.'.I.H.'* -it Knsl St. I .. mis. I'hlcUKn hud some '.!70 to "l>0 in;, mil weights at Sl'.i.SO to $1J0.7;V Nearly -I:>.U(IO caltU* an* on salo i al I- marlUels. almut I'.l.UOO more I than lust XWdni'SiUi) . i i.'liKM 1 .'..' i\'p"ils '.ti-.uly in utrnni; ! pi u-i'.s .111 t.ti-i'ifi .mil viMillii);.-! un! (U".' I. Hill imuiuls 1'iit he.ivior I \\ei;:lil:< an 1 sti'iuly to .ill i-i'iUs low- I'll Ili'llers .snUl lll!l\ steady t.v) ' ;!.i ernl.s lil,;her. The uarl.v tvp was | >;,iii i'ii piuiii' Nl>-i-is \\tih most ! i'l tin* t'lu'ii'r in low ciime :-U'e>s j aiul .M-.H-IIIIKS S.U.fill In JIM.&U. i ilvi'vl t» luw choice Kiades l<ri>uuUt J!i to ^:il. \'K\V YOltK • Tin- stock mark- i el lielvt sto;ui\ liiilay. Prices chtin- . c<'^ \\cii- ahtiiKsi t'liiirclj- in trao- i ii\n\s. A numl-cr nf le.nlinu issues j \\eic tr.uteil uni'luiiljAi'd. Tin 1 cm U nuuket \\as mixed and. vote Texas t;roup when Vsteal" COMPLETE SEWING COURSE with purchase of each machine • A series of lessons designed to teach you beautiful, professional-looking sewing • Expert SINGER teachers give you personal instruction at your SINGER SEWING CENTER. Garrett Willis also o£ this .& wedding will be solemniz- in Varly August at Garrett Me- toriai^vBaptist Church. Green Entertains „. Party Tuesday Martin Green entertained |r" the pleasure: ot her sister, (r-ss Wilma Colemnn, with a l^dge party at her homo Tuesday. {Miss Catherine Cox had high cofc and Miss Mary Lou Moore |las'?'.tea guest. : Otters present were Mrs. Al- Ksc, Jr., Miss Mary Anita .._-tfe Miss Tawanna Green, iss Iv''ncy Camp, and Mrs. Bud- Iy Sutt'-.n. Mrs. Perry Taylor has returned to her home in Dallas, Texas,, W ter spending the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Purtcll, and other relatives. Miss Dorothy Hulsey is leaving Thursday night for El Dorado. Kansas, to join her parents, Mr» and Mrs. W. D. Hulsey, who are making their home there. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kitchen had as guests last week their son. Charles Woodul, and family o£ Hanna, Wyoming. or not that is the $«4 question — as people used to say in the old days before television started pay- ins $5,000 for an average quiz show answer. There are al least IS politicians who want to be vice president, and the trouble is that the U. S. government only elects one, although even an ordinary restaurant has at least five. Some cynics here feel that, in their earnest eagerness to head the great moral crusade, either Taft or Ike may make a delegate deal on tho question of who is to be vice president, and maybe accept a person who is otherwise socially unacceptable to him. Well, honey, I don't say these rumors are untrue. But I have noted a great willingness among the Republicans to resume national responsibility after 20 years, no matter what the price may be. The odd thing about the GOP Ark. said yesterday that Rovern- ment assaycrs Ftad told him the Orvillc Pemberton property nbout 12 miles northeast of here has a manganese deposit assaying 61 pel- cent. Baxter, who has leased the property, said the Cushman manganese deposit, where a large manganese processing plant is under construction, assayed 53 per cent. Baxter also said the Pembcrlon manganese dioxide dcposix assayed 04.4 per cent. He has a cre.w i't work sinking tfinri irt iiiivO nis wui^i'*-'! *• *•• ( ** vi ••*' , » i .1 fin t «t i v other Democrat." 11,! sense. U we try to be kind or added tl at e did not expect j show some little sign ot friendship. Tn,n an to endorse his cmulW.n-y.! they walk «w»y ,md leave «. abac, 2. He favors universial m.Ut..ry I li.lcly _fl«bb c rgnsted I thought he. training in some form. 3. He favors a presi fercntial primary in his home slate !mits lived In hills or caves: residential iire-j n«ht In the middle of civilization A bettor outtdwk I* Lisa," ito Dear Miss Dis: Btfwr the doctor has told rrij* me that we have clashing alltlcs nnd should rtrt con live together, should we do 16 Don't Ruth Golno Staady Dear Miss Dix: About n month ago 1 met n boy nnd thought was in love with htm. We won steady tor n week and he gave me an expensive Rift. Now I realize that I don't cure for him and would like to know If I should return the gift. PATSY but hasn't reached a "firm con-j Answer: One simply must reall/e elusion" on the desirability of a that it docs take all kinds of people proposed nation-wide primary. 4. He does not favor abolition to make the world, and learn to live with them. Thank heaven, say of the electoral college as a partji (m - t hc sociable ones! People of the mnchinery for election f the president. who turn from preferred friendship don't know what they're missing, a shaft and a tunnel into a hill on the property. Answer: That was certainly a whirlwind affair, Patsy. Uy all means return the gift, telling him it was much too lavish for so short an acquaintance, Next time meet the "one and only," quarrel to pick its top political evangelist is th-; rauocus laughter it is stirrng among local Democrats. One of them said; "You think the average man is excited about corruption'.' When did a fellow ever vote against the butter on his bread?" I reported this remark to a Re Mrs. John Churchman of Little Rock is spending this week with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kitchen. - publican delegate and he looked depressed. "We arc going to face that head- on," he said. "That is Taft Is — or Eisenhower is. We are going to provide morality and butter both, I'm sure — 1 hope." Well, dear, goodbye for now from Your loving husband, Wilbur P.S. Please send more money. It costs 40 cents to get a shirt laundered here. In his speech, tho senalw said mu i t | u , v deserve your pity much the nation must continue to rearm! m oro than your censure. Sometimes folks are too shy. or self-conscious, to accept friendship; they feel inadequate to return favors, or even to return affection and understanding. If seemingly "cold" neighbors t,, your overtures for this in view of the current Communist throat to world ponce, but that he believed the rearmament pro- grani could bo carried on with less waste. He also said that there appeared to be no hope for an early reduc- ri ,., S on, it's worth thc effort to con- PRESCOTT NEWS Hospital Notes Josephine Admitted: Mrs. Odcll Aaron, ot Hope. Discharged: Miss Viniu Mae SPECIAL! SEWING CABINETS Al3O%OFfl floor samples—jood M new) Available in ?, 3, and 4 drawer models. Various styles and . linislies. " Mn-.and Mrs. Fred Gresham fl'rtain Monday Night /•J and Mrs. Fred Gresham bnt/).'.'tained the members of the u/'1ria Garden Club and their hu/ lands with a dinner-dance on (day night at the Hope Coun-.' / Club. , Arrangements o£ zcnniaa and eetpeas- were used throughout e' entertaining rooms. The serving table was covered ...i a yellow cloth and centered !>Hh ah artistic arrangement of. Powell, Hope, Julia Chester Admitted: Mrs. Bill Groves, of Hope. Discharged: Virgil L. Masey, Thursday, July 10 Thc Wednesday Bridge Club will meet Thursday afternoon at 2:30 in the home of Mrs. Gus McCaskill. daughter, Amelia, motored to Lit- Ho Rock Thursday for the day. Family Reunion Held Members of the family of Judge and Mrs. Brad Bright enjoyed a family reunion on Friday at Gilford Lodge, suburban home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Haltom Jr. and Dr. J. D. Cornish have had as their guests, Mrs. H. A. Holt, and Miss Mattie Holt ot Fl. Worth Texas. tion ii\ taxes, and sounded the ancient Southi-rn Democratic cry of states' riuhts. On the controversial civil rights issue, Russell said lie favored "full| civil riulils guaranteed lo every citizen by the constitution," and added that he believed that the Democrats would adopt a program satisfactory to all factions except the extremists on both sides. Prominent in the Arkansans pro sent was l..t. Gen. Nathan Gordon, who sported a "Russet for President" button. Gordon admitted that he had not attended the lunchoons for thc other three visiting 'candidates and added with a grin, "This is the man I'm for." Rep. Brooks Hays (D—ArlO, Chief Justice Griffin Smith of the Arkansas Supreme Court, Secretary of Stale C. G. (Crip) Hall and Land Commissioner Claude A Rnnkin also attended thc luncheon Gov. McMath was on a cumpului , tinue trying to win their confidence. If their failure to warm to_ case you take a little more time before rush ing Into tho "flolng steady" stage. I Rather from your handwriting that you arc very young, and so urge you the more sl'ronffly to be direful with your affections. Bestow them more judiciously. Dear Miss Dlx: My husband and I nre very happy except for ono thing. Wo (have an B-month-old baby nnd I fuel 1 am entitled to order to please neighbor*, lives nnd other busybodlesT" HARASSKt) Answer: If you and yoUt molhi agree that you'd both bo *—'*" In your own homes, yi certainly shouldn't lot tho ttdVlw ot outsiders Influence your a-scts^ Ion. Arc you sure, however,' Inn the doctor's odd diagnosis i«r>" Just an excuse to Justify 9NtotV$$ft wilfulness? Constant qunN'cltttjrw not so much a "clash of foWWMi* nllttes" ns nn Indication ot ^' stable emotions nnd n childlike W fusnl to mnko adjustments ttt oth« people. If you can't got atonB with your motyer, It's ciuito pdu-jlf bio thnt you cnn't got along Vftlh anyone else, which Is a aftlfli , outlook for your future. In yottr case, a little self-analysis wotiUNi do much to supplement JoUr * tor's conclusions. advances is simply a case 01 ™*'\ my husband should take i nnthropy. absolutely nothing will n j (|m Qf llu , oplnlon change them. All you cnn do si bo because he refus pleasant when you mcc , Igm o ^^ ^ m ii : ..«M nt^rl flllrl illOrO 1(V . their sourness and find more re Teacher Training Groups to Meet LITTLE ROCK Iff) — Moro than ;100 vocational nKrlcultural teach LM-S an: expected to attend a series of teacher training workshops ti bo held during July and August C. R. Wlllf.ey, state supervisor o vocational agriculture, said yestei day that the workshops would b he id al Buld Knob July 21-24; At kansas State College July 23-l!fi Brlnkley July 211-31; Arkansas A & M, College July 30-Allfi. 2 Southern Stale College. Aug. 4-7 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Powell. A beautiful picnic dinner was served on thc tcracc. Those present included Mr. and Mrs. Arl Fincher nnd family of of I Stephens; Milliard Bright, Abilene Hope Mrs. Charles B. Collins, ot Mineral Springs, Mrs. Ada • L. Gorham, McCaskill. Branch Admitted: Mrs. Benson Edwards o£ Hope. LIMITED NUMBER • COME EARLY • GET YOURS WHILE THEY LAST Visit, phone, or write now! ON SALE ONLY AT YOUR •A Trade Marl; of TilS MNCKR jiro. CO. SINGER SEWING CENTER Listed in phone book only under SINGER SEWING MACHINE COMPANY Brchid sweeVV.i Approxim/ sl Iguests \ver/ present. II twenty - live Mr. and Mrs. Ed Markham of Dallas were tho holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Moore. I'reseolt Au«. 7-1); Boonovlllo AUK ,ur of the suite- and couia no t, ,;; , - ^ ' A I3 . w on , present, lie was represented • ^,^ be by his wife. Russell lel't Little Rock last night to fly lo Chicago. "GERM" WAR HANAU, Germany (UP) — Hotel Owner Paul Sonncnfeld swore today he would never again wage insect warfare against other innkeepers. Sonnenfeld was fined about $71 yesterday for hiring his nephew, Fritz Timm, 24, to unleash bags ot bedbugs in rival hotels. Timm Texas, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Steed Conway; Mr. and Mrs. Wilton Steed and Bill. Pine Bluff; Mr and Mrs. Earl Barham, Hope- Mrs. Joe Douglas and Joe Ed of Conway; Mr. and Mrs. Dulchie Bright and Janet; Mr. and Mrs. Willie Lambert, Shirley and Rita Both, Dr. and Mrs. Jack Harrell and Amelia; Judge and Mrs. Bright, Jo Ann and Dick Bright. Guests were Mrs. Clinton Barrett of Victoria, Texas; Mrs. Marion Franks and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Powell. Miss Millie Roberts, who has .been the guest of Miss Ethel Bemis, has returned to her home in Lufkin, Texas. Miss Loyce Stewart of Little Rock visited her mother, Mrs. Bob Stewart, over the week end. i Miss Catherine Jane Mitchell has returned to her studies at Henderson State Teachers College, Arkadelphia, after a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mitchell. Mrs. Norvelle Parker ot Texarkana was the waek end guest ot Mr. and Mrs. Watson White Jr. Picnic Supper Enjoyed Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bemis, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bcmis, Mr. and Ijpomi' ,g and Going 1^ Miss/ Katherine Imler has re- who registered under cassumedi J[ Irs> Orin Ellsworth, Mr. and Mrs. Hurnef 1 /rom Heber Springs whero names, paid an $81 fine. ^ J. R. Bemis, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. IS —/ r . ; —_ A. U. President Continued trom Pace One "Let us beware, lest our own minds arc ruled by prejudices and fears which are excited by labels hunK onto ideas to cloud and ni v ,i<- dy our thinking," he added. Cauiwi-ll also said that the American farmer has contributed to the wealth and prosperity of the nation, because the; average pur capita consumption of food in this country is now the highesV in history. He said he considered llm a "tribute to the efficiency ot the American farmer." Delegates f r o m 13 Southerr Little Rock Aug. OVERLOADED LAKAVIOTTK, O. (UP) "f m'u ow'dny ott n week, nt which lime ov ""•"i i i j should take over the that he refuses to do many dls- ules between us, so please advise 1C. LISA Answer*.: While I am n strong advocate Of time, out for mothers, I think you nro overdoing tho prl viloRC. Don't forget your husbant works hard, too. in order lo pro vide adctmatoly for you and his child, Caring for a baby cloesn' come as costly to a father .as to a mother, so having tho youngate lor n full clay could be quite task fur him, Couldn't you in-rung for n baby-sitter oeeauUmnlly s you could go out together? 11 this Isn't feasible, at lens settle for un evening — not u fit day. When you say you are "on-j titled" to u day off, you sound more like a hired nurse than th« baby's mother. One is never "eiu titled" to neglect or Ignore one's responsibilities. You should con Donr Miss Dlx: I nm 21, brother Is 10, and he churtvs arc with n boy his age who o) cornea to our house tor moals, frequently stays overnight. I very much, anfi hu h»n ....... .._ to go out with htm, biit I'm fruld people will any I'm robbing ANCUE , Answer: Nonsense, n two year's * dltferuncu, even nt your young ages, Isn't enough to cause con- corn. You may tnko a little kldi l ding from friends, but pass it ott, with light remarks nnd forgot It,' Released by The Bell (Syndicate, Inc. 'I'he Ohio Highway Patrol said today It .sei/.i'd an elephant In a non-political move because the ponderous pachyderm was throwing its wcl;<ht around. 1'atrolmen o r d e r c d Lena, a three-ton elephant performing with the Mills Brothers Circus, off truck from Dayton, O. yesterday because it overloaded weighing sldor It a privilege to cans Cor your baby; instead you seem to regard him us an onerous chore. HOPE DRIVE-IN THEATRE 8. Main A Country Club r<l» LAST DAY Stewart • Allyson 1HI SIROTOH STORY Lewis - McLarty,Inc. scales. "I've seen everything overloaded but nothing like this," said John Boyd, on duty al the truck weighing station. stales and Puerto .Rico are attend Ing the 4-day school, which closes today. MOVIES ARE YOUR BEST FORM OF ENTERTAINMENT • HAUL WITH A DODGE AND CUT YOUR COM! GROUP 2 OFF UP 3 •?* i t i< , {V „ As.Mli'Ultl'd, 1'lCSS e \va.s UHi.tt, uiu-lia liO-StlH'k Nl'AV YOUK ion ;li>.UiS. July Cot- 106 in Italy, Heat Slows Up Trains • KOMI: i.i'. Jtal\ Uiut - It's so luii in sunny Vi'ii ilu* liaius an f Cut costs with a Dodge truck "Job-Rated" to fit your job— from '/2-ton to 4-ton. ft 9 Power-with-economy is the first principle of OA Dodge engine- thanks to L-head design, high- efficiency corburefion. Low upkeep is engineered Into every Dodge truck with features such as floating oil intake and others. gyrol Fluid Drive— available on Vi-, 3 /4-r 1-ton, and Route-Van models— saves wear. i Come In today for a demoniira- lion— and a good deal! Save on gas and oil. Dodge truck operating coats stay low, thanks to •such values as lightweight aluminum-alloy pistons with chromer plated top piston rings, 4 rings per piston, and others. . ' • Yo*i «§•»'( tfford to bargains \\iih (Ho ivieroury elimlnii); tu HKi ,.\ stum* poiul^, U'aiiUMon Kniiui llu* unusuol lomiu-raturi's had ox- paiuU'd iho rails. Al Kissiu Ti.itno had u> slop until firomen shrank i UK* sU'fl bavU to sU-.e with tons of i VHI<>UI>S> \\aler. i Foarins simitar conditions" else- i where. autbovitU'^ o r U o r i* it all ivisui>> -,n NorUu*n\ Italy U> move ench Kill 294 in o Week KeadqUOXlt-t f» unnounced duy Uiait $H Cotmuur,i^t-ic>4 YI«Ij«ii»H soldiers were killed and 175 ca^tmvd. iu clushtts in Uu> Utst Rtv*r delt» from Jun« "Our Dodge trucks give us exceptional over-all economy" "Economy is one of the many things we like about our Dodges. They're real low on all costs—especially on oil and upkeep. "These trucks are on the go for 5'«; days every week, carrying extra-heavy payloads. They always keep running and have never had any major mechanical trouble. "The driver* tell ua the new Dodge has real comfort aud drives like an automobile." Save on maintenance. Dodge "Job- Rated" trucks keep you on the road—and out of the repair shop. You get such features as exhaust valve seat inserts, positive-pressure lubrication system, and others. STARTS TODAY DEADLINE McKenzie, Mr. and Mrs. D. L. McRae Jr. and Mrs. S. T. White Sr. enjoyed a picnic supper on Friday evening at the Ellsworth recreation ground. Jeff Livingston Klwanis Speaker At trie regular meeting o£ thc Kiwanis Club Thursday night pres ident Jeff Livingston, -gave the club a report on his trip to the International Meet at Seattle. He reports a good time but was sorry that he did not have an overcoat with him. His Arkansas clothes were not suitable for the weather he encountered thoi'e. Thc club was royally entertained by Miss Virginia Ann Wynn who sang three songs, accompanied by Mrs. Ambrose at the piano. It is hoped that Miss Wynn will return often and give us moro o£ her beautiful voice. Jim Cole will be in charge of the program next Thursday and his subject will be Independence Day and its Significcnce. We are loot ing forward to a good program. Miss Rita McCaskill has returned from a visit with friends in| Little Rock. * PLUS SPECIAL * Robinson - Maxim Fight Round-By-Round, Blow-By-Blow Screen showing of the entire 13 Rounds DONT MISS IT! • Plus Latest News Events • Irl Hubbard, student ut A&M College, Monticello, was the week end guest o£ his parents, Mr. and| Mrs. John Hubbard. Bryson Younger spent the weekj end in Dallas. Dr. and Mrs. Jack Harrell and! ENTIRE STOCK OF MEN'S SUMMER SHOES REDUCED Every pair of men's summer shoes have been reduced to sell. -This is your opportunity to save . . . and you II want several pairs at this great savings. BE HERE WHEN THE DOORS OPEN . . . AND SAVE THURSDAY ... FRIDAY ... SATURDAY MEN'S SUMMER SHOES One big table of smart styles in a good range of sizes. Some values up to $11.95. Every pair a real buy. THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY Sov« en long life. Husky frames, sturdy axles and high-capacity springs provide extra strength, lengthen truck life. Because » Dodge "Job-Rated" truck Uwts longer, it has a high trade-in valu*! See t/f Mo/ &r rite 6ef/ 6uy fa /ow-cotf ttQrtSpQrrotfon.. , . . . soys LEO MEUOT, Meud) & B«dc Distributing Co., Modi'ton, Wis. DODGE TRUCKS B. R. HAMM MOTOR CO. STARTS TODAY* -Added Short Subjects— WRIALTO ,"*W»"' r «v-lvV ^ s ^i-' .& cAsfcj. IV * AMOV1EWAMAUC05UT15AFAMII.YTRUT t ^T.A » ^^'IP?. .s,. */. ^ . .. — -?a_- _- — LISTEN TO THE -I Republican Convention OVER KXAR DAILY 10:30 o. m. 4:00 p. m. 7:30 p. m. Presented os o Service of J. C. Atchtey &C0. f unOtwre U t t • f t \ When the mood is D PORMMT OTHER SHOES Regular 13.95 and 12.95 values. NOW OTHER SHOES Regular values- up to 9.95. NOW Provocative! That's you in |f{^amorous Bra. Keeps bust alluringly hi|L young. 8epwate4i<'| without straps, without wires, Spa|b tt pew »Qt? 4f ,| excitement under ehcer blouses, revealinp lines, strapless gowns! Tailorefita-fit, Foi special way, To cling smoptblfi Becurely, cowf«j!| ably. A, B, C cups, ei|jf §2 to 36. 'Choose tN^J Cay-Life Ura from our ra^g of stylesi fatficg, OTHER SHOES Regular values up to 8.95. . . . NOW .95 X-RAY BURKE'S SHOE 5TORI

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