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^7, w/f* MOM SfAR, MOM, ARKANSAS Tueidoy, July 29, 1952 Pbrk ..mi o#w« fOPfl; i rh cut* popular ««• going ami* a pound. m«bfll7,n< yeninraa »* on Jftan cut* Sporkmon (Sitting Rtody for Compoign WARIflNOTOM (*l — The Domo- rrnilr vlrc prrmldcntlnl nominee. fti-n. John 3, Spnrhmnn nf Alnbn- ir,«, wan hark in Wn»h(nRtmi indny rvaAy for whnt IIP prom- wmdd IIP "a very lo i-loaii up he »»t<l h«- work fil Mn of. flco nnd (hen l<me « brlff vonn- lion. »al»»—ore -,;. - , October. •y $9 ",«lv« wto.ecnt » bt> tfl visit Oov, Adlnl K, fl[*v«ni<m nt llllnold, the nnmlnr«p. to wnrk out ttf the cnnuwlifn. H|ittrl«mnn ( tlrod and hrinrun, or. r(vw1 here hy trnln from ChlraKO .l»»l nltfht, accotnpAnlc'f by hi* r)orUy atiov*? 100 per Cent from ctaNir, And n now I*W pfOVlflnc b»., given io wh»t he what iWI*i«d>, ,„,-,„,>, to early trnd i no-nnw buying In.,.,„. _,„, M> iWliolMftlfl mmtM mo«i)y unnhnngrfd, Ho«* > to JO WiU } itwlly »l<m<1yv lit* flAn-M^a Cot- ,WMdlVof th* U. 8. West • ! J»*«vvn»UvQ only to vvlfn unit dmiftht'-r, Shcpnrd Jr. JRt mi Id hf wnn Tn/cwcil "rlcnr flnltbrr- g»»l(««l" hy ri'pllon h«» r untid hurrum* who . Ifo lolrl Ihom he would nctlvo |»arl in » vnry f Union Sltitiwi r»»- ci'lvc'l from n fivc- and ;MO fr-ilow Alu- him willi re- "lnk« nri Special Jury CoflUnutd from Pi|» OM meeting a {<•« Any* flu l*tma», nuh<i|) ((iirilivl hi* brother A* any(UK; "I I/ought ii furtmigh. I had to ten flfJO bills for ten dny»." I) f n t h P r »nU1 Tuck "l,i(tucrl nil thf pnjx-m 1 «nw him Wilt)" (luring hi* <rtT>.<lay vldlt. He «M<I l>r<»thr>r h»d written him from Utah flnking me to "look nrui w (f I could find th* furlough pnpor." "We turned the hoiino down anyway urn! didn't thing," the br«ilh»-r isflld. D<iwnl>- nnlrl thnt It h'ad ncen rn- find a Demos Urged to Rebel for Eisenhower Funeral for Eva Is Postponed ATLANTA. Democrats neutered to By STANFORD BRADSHAW | BUENOS AI.RKS, Argentina UR— Thc flooding grief of the Argentine ! people host postponed funeral aorv ,,,„ _ . i 'c* 1 * '"i- Kva Peron. the nation's J", 8ou ln* rn ;f""' 1 lady, nt U-ast until tomorrow. bolng Stirred in; President Juan D. Peron an- f witch, nounced hint night that the EUcnhower in ,,f his wife would continue to lie 1 Flying Discs Swoop Over the Capitol By CHARLE8 CORDDRV WASHINGTON <UP) — Those objects" swooped In over thp capital again today as on ,„ -nate In nn Improvised chapel aroused Air Force called on top , »u Ve "»TiJ. or I»«B. , v ; „, tnc [, abor Ministry until wnll! scientists to find out what flying While rno»t party leader* walled »>R throng* could pay their lasti f-aucers really ore. to «ee how th« St<?v«n»on-Spnrk- sorrowInK respect?. The civil Aeronautics Adminls- . »non campnlun nhnpfn up. rtlehurdi Peron said after the mourning! tinlion traffic control center re' thnt Ihc hnii'l morn nt tin 1 time ho sold of carrying the Mood old to nil UK.' Uornncrntle penplw t'Vnrywhi-rc." Eisenhower to Address War Veterans By MARVIN U, ARROW8MITH DKNVKH i/fi •- r,f-n. DwlKht IX Kluonhower, tin? Hi'itiibllcnn proa- idcntlnl nornlru'c, will mldi-enn the flSrd nhnuiil i'ncnm|)inent of the utornnrf of foreign Wncif In Lou nlaelo* Aug, fl. In iirmouiH-lna coinpletlnn of nr- tmluy, Arthur H, Von- oxucu- (lonbf»i'« ,fr,, tho tivt) nuKlNtnnl, mild in a thftt Kltii'tihowpr'H fiiipiinrancf at Ihir convention will bo "entirely nmvrwlltlenl In nature," JJul hl« remiirkn to thf oro likely to don I with the International situation and the struggle /or world IMMICH — and arc certain lo bo uniilyrrd In the lltthl of hl:i bid for the prttfildciicy, Tho VI' ( W convention probably Will be llle occasion of I'llsen IIOWIM-'H ftrnt formal speech ulnci he wan nomlnuti'd at (he Hi*pnb< licnn convention July U. At this pulnt he hrm no cm Her hi» paid lh<- motif y and that n .1 tf'li'Kdi|ih|c money order rcn-lvt-d n( Little- Nock from iKfk'kl, Mo, whllf HUhop wan on the Ohri.itmim furlough, Th»v lonvirt gold the- money wan uncd lo pay fur hid freedom. Hut prison rccordu dhow that only tho holidny eltmpncy wn« re- icivcl liy ihi- .ilnyi-r nnd Oov, McMiith snld ypntprdoy that no rli>mr>ncy nther th«n n 10-rlny fur- WftH |(l Illlll-d, lutnunl VKW purndo nnd then will wllru'fit n drum nnd buKh- corpM |>ii|i"iint In the Cnllxcum. A hit Inter Rlxpnhowvr will re- ei'lvfj from the VFW th« first un- nuul llerruinl M. Unruch medal. The nu'dul Mill )>f prusriited emcli y< nr lo Ihc perMon the veterans orii'inl/nllon derlde.n hn« made the Breulcst contribution to tho cnusv i..f American unity nnd world pence, After the iircflontnllon,! 1",lHen- huwer will make hlii iiddrcSH. Vurir drnheru naiil It will be '' a ' brief Upi'l't'll. VtindenhcrK nddtnl Hint the B*'n- t-rnl plcin« to return to California ,niKht<>rx nnd a ti-w othi-r.-- •• rank* thinned, the bfKly would lie • portertthat its radar picked up the npp«ari?d «a«<?r lo line th(? dom-H'in ntntc for n full dny in the Nn- 1 objects for about six straight left op«n In fevcrn) «tatc« for » lional Congress Building. Then it j hours early this morning. bolt, • W ||| be moved for burial in thei The objects, a CAA official said. thp Gr-neral I.nbor Confedwtre travelling about 00 to 120 miles an hour in a 10-mile are hn " former Lt. Oov. Sam Lumpkin, MifmlMlpp! xaid the nnme of tlu-i l ' ral '" n< w "'>™ six million mem- H«ptinllcnn Candidate d <• f J n i t>-ly i l)f ' rs wcrft Mrs - IVron's most dp "round the capital, between Herri- will brt proponed bf-fori* the «tnti-1 v "'cd .supporters. iflon,_V Democratic convention when It n Arkanioi Cities Get Airport Funds WA9HINBTON I* — Federal funds totaling $121.844 were allo- cnted.to four airports in Arkansas for construction work by the Civil Acrnnnutics Administration yesterday. Local sponsors will match that I search was P |an "ed today of sum, the CAA said in announcing 1 abandoned mine shaft where I Persistent Dog Brings New Search JOPLIN, Mo.. (UP)—A the federal-ale! airport program for the year ending Juno 30, 1953. oii« ,i , ., ° rthc "" nmm i i ,,, provement of existing facilities. Allocations for the state for the the persistent collie, has kept gil for a month. The dog stirred a new flurry . interest in the mine yesterday I whining at people, then running the mine shaft. The dog also ";7l. •*»» ™*J «*(W8! *' > a'~ r 'W@3 tucidtty, July 29, 1952 HOM STAR, MOM, ARKANSAS SOCIETY Pnone 7-8431 Between 8 A. M. and 4 P. M. Thousands Pay Homage to Eva Peron DOROTHY DIX [Calendar Tuesday, July 29 Invitations have been issued toj miscellaneous shower in honor clrinks conduced the 4th study of n series of lessons on the Book of Acts. Broken Hearts Dear Miss Dix: Being 25 years old, I know I should be ready to settle down with n husband and By STANFORD BRADSHAW | fnml |y p but I am afraid to face UUKNOS AIHI'.S, Argentina l.flj reality. 1 have carried a torch for — Ai-Rt-iUina's humble thousands Lone man for too ninny years. He paid xrievinu homage today to Evaj married someone else, nnd I can- united four abreast not forget him. I've become bitter . year ending June 30, 1953, including ged at miners' clothing and gui the type of airport, the federal: them to the mine. •; funds, sponsor's funds, the tot.il) A two-week draining projecV and the proposed work: the mine was halted last we! Benton, Saline County; second- , when a search of the shallow \ ' jiiviicinuiis n«vf OL-UH issucu lOj i' no hostess served frosted • reivn. I ney waited tour aoreasi iiov lor^i-i uuii. i vo ueeonie UUU.M i miscellaneous shower in honor, t i,. inks am j" co ,,i { ies to eighteen i'i mile-Ions' iweues for a 20-second and keep telling myself I'll never if Miss Clara Allen, bride-elect j members and three guests." Mrs. ^' alk P-^> tbe bier of their 1'resi- j again fall In love so completely. if Joe Barrentine, Tuesday night! i,| ov d Guerin. Mis.' Jerrv -Graves .dint's wife and political partner. \ A few months ago I moved from ary, $27,801, $27,801, $55,602, pave runway, taxiways and apron; in- convenes In August. official announcement Hindi- of the new funeral date, but A rrlUble nource In Mississippi hf .'. rlttl , s .. "PPnrently will not bc «nld thai if the Mate conventi/.n '" '' u "|", l m °rr™ and possibly doe« not nwltch to KUenhower, an'''"I u " tU '" lcr - , "indop«?ndcnt" iilata of elcctorK f,v ,, C( ' nsol ess line of mqurners vorlng the OOP candidate will i>e n " wi ' cl l )llsl lt 'e flowerstrewn displaced on the general election bnl- krl dc *f'' tc thunderstorms which lot. i nnctuated the night. Some per a., and Andrews Air Force! • sla " medium intensity lights, bea- The people n nearby Maryland. I con anfl win d indicator. backbreaking It war, in this same area thnt radar screens recorded the strange "targets" the past two Saturday nights, setting off a new rash of "flying saucer" rumors in the capital. Top Air Force brass has decided to get to the bottom of the mystery. Forsaking an earlier at- tliude thnt "there ain't no such animal," they are enlisting top there rnuy ' DOOM, night and Monday morning in study, it was learned today. A CAA official said the control " om " which four persons were known to center radar first started picking Ft. Smith, Municipal: Trunk. $24,000, $24,000 $48,000, pave apron reconstruct existing apron. Little Rock, Adams Field: Express, $50,000. $50,000 $100,000. ac- experts. He was expected to hold u news conference later today to give latest available details on v/hnl these things are that people see zipping through the sky. Air Force spokesmen insisted there was no military secrecy veiling the' quest for "saucer" data. In t ho fait for an out-nnd«out cum- tour nf the, state. On AUK. the KPfieritl will J'Jor hi* VFW a|>pi«nrniiect, Klsi'n- hower will fly from Denver to Lot! Anglos the mornlnu of AUK. n, Immediately, nftur aildruHNinK the convention In the early ovtmlnK lie will return by plant' to hln cam- patan hondnuiirters horn, Shurtly uftur nrrlvhiK In T,OH An ' nuiktj fi major iiddrcsa nt (he Amorlcdii Legion's iintuuil convention In New York. At hi. 4 etimiuilitn heath|iinrter.i here, Kijienhower arranged u luncheon conference lodny with Sen. lluf.h llutlvve, Nebraska Hepubll- ciin who supported Sen. Hobert A. TnH of Ohio for the GUP prvsi- deniliil nominiitlon. .lust buck from u I0>dny vuca- tloti in the Colorado Rockies, 1'Jisenhower held u long conference yesterdtiy with his new political chief ul staff, C.'ov Sherman Ada inn tif New MnmpHhlre. AdiiiTiN and other membora of the Kenernl's personal ntnff xpent Ihc entiro time on campaign or- I'.iml/ntlonal problem)!, Elsenhower Press Secretary Jimu-d C. Holier- LEE WELLS flow I WBVTBN nM*n«nt what *orked at the »•-• bi| room, f you rt u* car* th« wrong, but it wa* beat Ml >aw it •t the time." BlaUo pu»hed avvny from the table and aroae, "H'» atili ben, Paul, Mark'* got a iiervp to oftcr. I'll get iu»d to It In time. 1 hope •he's alway* happy.'* At iMt OlatM eioaped to tho bedroom. Hat eam« ID now* after. Both men stretched out on the bsd, laid abruptly, "Maybe better puih on to Arlsona." Hal tturak hit head. "People oU there'll never forget t run with a wild bunch and landed In a CaJtfomla No, thin la best." •itpteintd. M< ?fr it<$£ «WU«t b«alde otUia IUIM "Thero'i no ranching," BUlne w»rn<xL "Not enough to Keep & bunch of If tpmuii going Ilka uced to be h»tV Hti •«<> thoughtfully. "But With ftll tho toUt* In k»> AngcloH and more coming, I figure you and m» could malto K go ot IU Lconls la. Why can't w«T" "I KM It thftt way, But we can't dipend OQ anyono but ouraelwa. "ThaVU ntftkt it toughof- M»yb« you won't ilk« thoao odd«, M "U you'd eom« baoK alone," Hal utttO, H wbul4 you h»v« given up W nowt" BlftiM coii»ld«re<l th* quention moment, "No," \t two m«n were always taUtKK biM," H&I a«i4. "Vou've «WU fBt a partn«^" Right tfttr Uw noon m«*J, Blalse bu»»d hlnuMlt in th« bam. work. ter «v*t « harnftwu Hal had »»d- q)M a ho»» and h«i ridden north- only a , TWa .Ward up tht Vall«y rowl on a lei •UWlJf «xplorlnt Irtp. Blalw w«rt»4 tiowiy, aa MA thoughts mullM) ovw th* factor* that had «B(*d t»A t*ahap*4 hli |>iaiva, H* owU«J»'t b* top aura ot any *xc«pi that iw'd leave u>« "In tho fields." "Why did you com* • her«T H "R'a danfe*ou§, bad enough when „ iway. tie now thought of tt»» rWg« and mountain* Above lit aaj» rwnando aAnxosl M a Ww« ot raiug* it* could rebuild Qt th«M Wit, malt* the p*»t dim, Millf*. a buggy oom* Into the out «§ •fcQM m to window of UM lM mood tr»M«x«d. at h.r without Qlaiae demanded harshly. Anger Oared In her voice, "Tnl» la my father's house." "Docs Mark know you've comet" Her eyes dropped and Nh« looked toward the window. Finally she answered in a faint vote*. "No. Ho .,, dcwsn't want ma to aea you again." "Then why did you come?" U took ner a long moment to. an»w«is "To «eo you . . . to explain about Mark and me." "You married htm," Blalse aaid carefully. "J'v« heard all the r«a- aona and thought up mor* for my* self. It's been sudden tor me, but all the same, 1 hope you and Mark nr« happy." She turned, quickly, and then caught herself, "There waa something else," she said. 'Tm afraid for you," "Formef" "You're going to fight again." She made a swift gesture as his fao« fell. " Blalao, (t was all ot ua w«re together. But you'll be alone now," "What would you want m* to do, MelT" "You could forget th* past, Blalae. You could atart ail over main—something new. There'* land to be had her* or up la the Sim!. (I'd be tetter than going back to th* Son Fernando VoUey?* "You'd want me here—In thla valley?" Red touched her throat and cheeks and then faded again "I would rather ae* you her* than t& Jail again, orydead. Oh. mats*, I con *e* how you te*l toward htm —all ot ua do, But that** past and done. LOO.V* Uotux alone now, and hu'll leav* you alone. He ha* all he wants," "All h* wont*." BtoU* repeatad. "But how am I branded T stur. dervrl" "Wtfv* bad peaoe." ah* sold and Mood up, UMcistg a at*p toward him. "Now you'll bring troubl* to ua again. H 4 U start out )u*t your nght. but you'tt pun ua tato iv W»-v* gone Uuoug). on* rang* war, Biois*. it'a borrttt*. W* oaut **» .*«**> go tferough _ _ AbruftUy M alrod* wntta tto* room Ut th* doer, tunutd to tact h«r- tea^og to llM woimtaf. re o**h»w »/*. I won't baaa*. James P. Byrnes of Smith reported killed. Carolina, where the stale convention bun left thp door open by re- ce»»lng instead of adjourning, us wa» done In Mississippi, declined to express his views. "I took tht? position ut Chicago When the loyalty oath was pro- I>o8rd that the recc*»ed convention rhould have the rl«ht to decide mir couroe," Hymen said, "nnd 1 (now) take the some, position.' have died nnd four others were King Farouk Arrives in Italy on Yacht By JAMES M. LONG Cov. Robert K. Kennon of Louis- , NAPI -ES. Italy iffi—Egypt's ex- Intitt snld ho felt It Is "uncertain that Ihe South will support the Democratic ticket of Gov. Adlai StevoiiHon and Sen. John Spark- innn. Kennon, whose state Is one nf several In the South with doors Kini; Furouk stopped today nt the Isle of Cupri, across the Bny of Naples from this great Mediterranean port, on his yacht ride into exile. Naples police said the former was due hen? Inter today, 'ort officials made pr< similarly open for possible switches , ' " n " rllciu ' s In;lck ' preparations by their state committees, said it' ", ,''f l j vo h j; " 1 " ltct | "'onnrch's "behooves me" not to make" his I 'V! "" tlolli "' y'' lM Mahrous- IK-rsonul fcclinxs known I s " ;it ^ h , c i '\ iy ' x l>l> 'Hnil dock, close vui.ii . <t ' "'finiisule the nnchoraue of U. S While these governors appeared; Al | m , Roberl „. Clmil £. s f , nKshi p J " ""hn»'l'i . ;p the strange "blips" 'abouT'l'sol Any SCDmin B reluctance to give to crystalize, (!ov. Gordon Urown- ln« of Tennessde anil many other top political k-ailers of the South endorsed tlu; national slntc out- rlKhl. («ov. Iiorman Talmadj{<> of Georgia, while udoptlng a "wait and see" position, expressed satisfaction with the way the South was Adirondack. Egypt's ambassador to Italy, Abdel Aziz Badr Bey, awaited the royal yacht on this side of the water. He had hurried down from Home last nit!ht, not because of the arrival of the deposed Fnrouk, Lut because the ex-kiiiK brought with him Egypt's new ruler, his .six-month-old son, Kin« Fund II. convention 1 '' 0 D<flnocrotlc Na "°" al ' The infant was proclaimed king Saturday by Egypt's cabinet after bis father bowed lo the military pressure ot his country's new aimy commander. Gen. Mohamecl Nngulb Bey. That night Farouk, with his girl-wife Narriman, their baby and his three daughters by a O'Dwyer May Become Citizen of Mexico MEXICO CITY. (UP)-.Ambassador William O'Dwyer dropped hints to friends today he may become a Mexican citizen when he puts nwuy his diplomatic duds next January. Tho former Now York mayor, an extremely popular figure In this colorful land of sombreros uml se- rupes, said the prospect of taking xip permanent residence here was "attractive," O'Dwyer. target of numburous political attacks since his controversial appointment as U. S. envoy In 1050. made his first public comment on his future plans at un American Leu Ion meeting. Legionnaires suld he told them privately his ideas were "somewhat nebulous" but he was giving "plenty of thought" to u decision whether tg return to New York unU resume his law practice or remain In his "adopted country" us a Mexican citizen. O'Dwyer refused to be quoted for publication, however, lie said in un Interview he will "make n^ announcements at this time." "This is not time to be talking for the record about plans that just haven't erystalUed us yet." he said "I'll have something to suy when I finally decide what I'm going to do, and not before." The 82-year-old Irish-American politician hinted, strongly he ex pects his resignation, to be filed according to diplomatic custom with the inauguration of a new president next January, will bo accepted for political reasons. He told friends he is considering "lots of prospects", including law practice in either Mexico City or Nww York, several business ventures here or even the Mexican television industry. If O'Dwyer enters lasv practice her*, he, will be required to become a Mexican citizen. As an ex-ambussador, however, he could be expected to win cituenshlp quickly *nd establish a lucrative practice. Both O'Dwyer and his ex- model Wtfe, the former Sloan Simpson, huyjs indicated their desire to make Mexico their future home. As one of the most popular American am- b»sst»dors ever assigned to this country, O'Dwyer has made many friends, both Mexican and among th* large American colony. Close associates said O'Dwyer is not expected to make up his mind (iafteuiely until alter the elections, tail they believe he may compromise by going into a business her* da«s n»t require him to give 'ic§n citizenship. Only • member of the bar b* farced to become * former marriage, from tegypt. sailed away Nothing was known here about rn. and that they continued showing up on the radarscope until G a. m. this morning. At some times, he said, there were as many as eight to 12 of the objects on the scrope at the same time. A pilot aboard an 'Eastern Air Lines Constellation was directed to check on the objects at about 2 a. rn., but he reported he saw no lights despite a 15-mile visibility. The CAA official said the objects disappeared from the radar screen when the plane was in the area where ,tbey had been tracked and "then came back in behind him." The Air Force will rely primarily on physicists for its "flying saucer" investigation. This is In line with a tenlatlve opinion already reached in some air force circles that variously described mystery objects of the sky actually are physical phenomena, however im- ptrl'eetly understood up lo now, rather than actual flying discs. A high Air Force officer, who informed the United Press of these developments ,said, "svc are fairly well convinced that the so-called 'flying saucers' arc not'anything posing a threat to the air defense of the United State's.' Maj. Gen. John A. Samford, Air Force director of intelligence, meanwhile went into a second clay of "saucer" conferences with his Farouk's plans. There was spec ulatiou he migh tidle awhile on Capri, where he and Narriman spent their honeymoon a year ago. Other suggestions were that his destination would be the French Riviera, or Rapallo, on the Italian Riviera, where tho ex-king owns a villa. cut information was based unhappily on ignorance, not on military security, they said. , Sources who have followed -the "saucer" saga through five years asserted with renewed vigor that the glowing, vari-colored objects sighted visually all over the land, and recently by radar, are not secret aircraft or weapons developments. Short shrift was being given, too, tc the idea that the whirling discs were ethereal, extra-terrestrial, inter-planetary or of Communist persuasion. The present "saucer" craze has been building up -for 'two months and came to a head when mysterious "flying objects" were sighted on radarscopes at the Washington National Airport two Satur day nights running. On the latest occasion, last Saturday, the Na- tionul Airport sightings were verified by military radar at Andrews Air Force Base, Md., and by visual sightings of qualified witnesses, including commercial airline pi lots. That sent F-Qf interceptor planes of the Air Defense command scurrying to the area plotting by airport radar observers. One pilot, LI. William Patterson, based at Newcastle Air Force Base, Del., spotted "steady white lights" over the capital area, only to have them fade away when he made for them in his 000-mile an hour jet. A spokesman said defense command interceptors, on a 24-hour alert against unidentified aircraft, are ready to try to catch up with any more of the baffling objects that may appear if a chase looks worthwhile. ter at the bottom turned up onl; couple of old 'possum bones, who spent hours labor, not to m tion at least $3,500 in draining shaft, were pretty disgusted w Ihe "faithful" collie when bones were turned up. They I c-xpected to find the master mistress of the homeless dog. ( Clyde Hyincrt and Ted Aki leasees of the mine today oper a new hunt on their own. have pumped out the remain; water and now plan to dig i rock, timber and dirt debri blown to the bottom when a undl water blast was made in the il| The blast failed to bring aii thing to the surface, but the m| ope.-ators think the body of Pa| master or someone else may b 5 !* been covered by debris. 5 % As the new effort started at II mine, the brown and white col whined and watched excitedly. illy 29, in the home ol Mrs. Ora|., nd M ,. s . H ;1 y mon d Jolu , s . Hostess will be Miss Fay [ . i Coming and Going Wednesday, July 30 The Christian Men's Fellowship f the First Christian Chinch will, ,„,.,.. live their annual watermelon fes-! £. 1 *' lad ? lphla ' l :l " ival at Fair Park Wednesday ' ^•J\ l , 1 ;" U !, C s ^ vening, July :iO, nl 7:30. Bring " ' four whole family nnd have a ;ood time together. K. E. Ambrose jresident, will be in charge with a friendship that you attain it. Hecovery from a Severe emotional shock seldom is automatic; it must he through constant effort think people would slrniRhlen out! Is wrapped Up in her own troubles their difficulties just, for the sake i thnt she Is completely unawnrc of of their children. the bnd hfffocl her disposition 1 nm n teen-after of 17 nnd a i has on y6u children. If you hnv« victim ot siren circumstances. My! a friend or relative In whom you parents were divorced when I was'can confide try to bring the serl- smnll nnd ench has remarried. Jiousnesa of the situation to your live with my mother, and now.-mother, through a third person. after eight years, it looks of one of-tfte hood By t\Ot jc;vtiit£, ^hiiu-ajjohr^i. tho cute things tyfeical "if tf$1 hootl. Dnddj WIU4M*tt"b* «BW relate the nnccdoWS that gf£ fttb»t : | parents' chlefe fUdiljhtw*'» Since you 010 tijttiible to, Hy being cheerful about thfr | not tell yotiv> slnnce nnd le Dear Miss another crisis browinR. She and h,,uso. yhitrjolf, you may help to my stepfather nn< nhvH.vs urKiiii\K : chnnite* her attitude toward life. own ixu't." You hiive si'ttl.-d ( i,.".vn! » ni! minrrelllnR. She is suspicious j \ V hntevcr you do. Dawn, don't Into a state of actually .'i.joyin;; \ "f <; vcry mov(> h " makes _for ti-ar; , 01|VO , M)mo nt vov ,,, t(>n(1 , n , nfi( , ,„. your melancholy nnd the dramatic i t" l%i «' '* »iw\\W woman Involved.; , un U) scnsaliun of being n heartbroken i Sometimes when be Is late for din- H m atul deserted heroine. Your dominant feclniK is not. Ujve for the rduy ni«hl after a j my home town but RO back every i :,uu\ who jilted you. but pity for ; somelhinfl would hiv I chance 1 set. 1 live, in the past, your own plight which is not I lll ' s ' 1U> of discord who died Saturdi ,ng illness. Mrs. Peron's death in her early! enjoying the fact that everyone Mr. nnd Mrs. Pat Conner have returned from Ws was generally attributed to j knows of my heartbreak. I don't cancer although there had been no i even think ot the future. a vacation trip to v jw York New Jersey, points of interest in Washington, U. C. They were nccompan- ' " oi'licial announcement of the lure of her illness. The blonde wife na-1 Recently I met n fine young man ^Notice The' VFW Auxiliary will ncet tonight as scheduled. not who says he loves me nnd wants if President' to marry me. He, too, hns had Juan D. Peron lay in state in the' heartbreak, but isn't carrying a of the Labor Ministry, in n j torch like I am, I feel he would ied on Ihe trip by C. E. Conner! glass-topped casket of mahoga- of Anton, Texas, and Dale Scar-'".v draped in white orchids, await- brough of MuleslJue, Texas. il1 ^ ; > lul1 military funcrnl tomor row afternoon. Tons of. lilies, roses a wonderful husband but nrn afraid there would be times when my mind would wander to the past as it often does now. The young Mr nnd Mrs Hnlph Cline and ! : "» l carnations packed the hall nnd| man says he believes 1 will strnl- Jay and Phil, from Harn- i overtlowed into the streets outside. | fihten out if I stay away from my sons. mond. Ind.. are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Pat Conner and other relatives nnd friends. Amity Sailor and Son Drown JACKSONVILLE, Fin. W, — TJ bodies of Ernest C. Hughes, Jac sonvilio Naval .Air Station sa|' from Amity, Ark., and his flv ytar-old son Larry, were recovtj eel yesterday from the SI, Jo| Piiver. '' The two drowned Saturday nig| while on a shrimping exp.edltici Mrs. LaGrone Williams Hostess to Circle 5 of WSCS Ml . c E . Conner of Anton, Tex Circle 5 of WSCS or the First as. nnd Dale Scarbrough of Mule •lethodist Church met Monday shoe. Texas, left for their homes night, July 28. at 1:'M ;>t the ! Sunday after a visit with Mr. and home of Mrs. LaGrone Williams Mrs. Pal Cqnner. ' with Mrs. Steve Under and Mrs. j -, . 3iim Hartsfielci ns co-hostesses, j Homer Jeter has returned home Mrs. James -McLarty, Jr.. vice- from a Texarkann hospita^ where -chairman, presided in the ah- he underwent a major operation sence of Mrs. Claude Tillcry, and i and is doing nicely. .heard reports from the different • . chairmen. Mrs. llrack Schcnek Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Reeves Crowds of somberly dressed, so-1 home. town. He is trying to help bei'-faced mourners were first ad-; me, nnd Hint's what 1 need. Could milted to tbe improvised chapel j I be happy with him'.' Do you Sunday afternoon and continued in j think I'll ever settle my mind and ner she says, In front of me and > my little sister, thnl she wishes something would happen to him. i s awful. I envy those who can honestly say they live in u happy home. conclusion that fiiar- i«e may be an escape for you. Living under the present conditions, nnd doliiK your best to improve them, is a Job you must do. Don't shirk tho responsibility and. with God's help, you may bc to create harmony from Ihe resent discord. _ Ittt advise dad? I,Ian IB*. <from lo bc Tin; man 1 lovf «fs -ZOr W thht Kreat a diffcience? AI80, do think l should eontlriua^my cation in colleger "where"! meet buys own R. endless procession throughout be a normal girl living a normal an the night and morning. life? Peron spent much of Sunday be- tra.uie us you assumv. , St-U'-pily is the most tit-vast.it- ; illK of .ill human ferlintis; to Hive '. way tu it continually is to mark; you as ii lost woman —- it fatr ; most iinbi-nuini; n j'.irl of ","i.' Wnki- up to tbe futility of your wasted love, the possibilities of a lino lulure. tbe existence of n happy, productive present. Many Have Survived Many women have shared your expern-nct in fact, most wo men at one time or another have been sun- their hearts were cti-r- nally broken. Somehow or other' Such a one, apparently, is your j is the only way lo train him cor they survived the tragedy of be- i mother. Since she could not make> ivotly. I feel that so much spank- Irayetl love and lived to look back: n success of her first marriage, ink will make him dull nnd'slow- Answer: not too great, : ffrtie HBO (jlffofbnee !#,*-,/! reat, provided 'background < v j^ " DAWN M. Answer: H is, indeed, n wonderful blessing to have n happy home. The unfortunate part of it is, thouiih, that few children n-ali.-e how fortunate they nre to live in cannot HRl'CO on. That Is the up a household free from discord. j brinntnK of our two-year-old son. While il is true that ninny di- My husband Is a strict dlsclpllnn- vorccs would be averted it parents nliin nnd punishes tho child for slopped to realize the effect of everything — climbing on chairs, the action upon their youngsters, • taking too long to oat, sinning or | it is also true thnt some people talking to himself when he's out | -4* simply cannot create a luirmon- (o i,i-d, etc. He says ho wants to ions atmosphere around them.! be proud of the boy and that this , and tastes jr»n? slmtlar. Ad 'to yottr education, fcYie friculty ndvlsor ( _ n dent counselor, or pHnclpnt ot'f,, fij your high school'should fao <SOny"">? Hear Mist Ulx; My husband and | ' wMl ^ t 'Brfh't go tb colli»g6 |USt to'„ l have one l"'" 1 '.!;;'^ which w« m ,. c t .•;boys,- hpwuvor. U's'rnthor '"'"' '" " nil expensive, way to get rtctjUOlnW „" ed. . ' ' ^ ji ; . —„„ _J T' -.^ Rolenscil By Tho Bell SyndlCfttO,. asket and personally ar- was in char; progrann and quire land for approach protec: ion; strengthen pav'ement on Nj runway and taxiway. Magnolia, Municipal: Fee or, 22,043, $22,043, $44,086, pa runway, taxiway and apron. Month By Month. Sales Go Up For PACKARD 1952 PACKARD "200" 4-DOOR SEDAN delivered in HOPE '2670 fPlus state and local taxes, if any. Optional equipment and white siciewall tires extra. Prices may vary slightly in nearby communities due to shipping charges. Big-CarValue At Medium-Car Cost! PACKARD sales are going up every ^ month. Here's why; Packard offers big-car value at medium-car cost! • • With pace-letting styling inside and out, tbit big '52 Packard costs lessjor what you get than any other car! • • Bxtra-wUU door* make entrance easy. Packard's roomy interiors have setott <« witlt as tbe car is high! • • Famous UHrwnatlc! ', a great Packard development, is rated the industry's outstanding automatic drive. • • Packard's Thunderbolt Engine is the highest-compression eight. • • Easamatlc Power Brakes* re- attire 40% less foot pressure, take 29% less time to apply! • • Before you pay $23OOforacar, see and drive Packard, the big car that costs less than you'd think. and daughter. P;it. of Houston, Texas, nre visiting Mrs. Hooves' parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Franks, nnd other relatives. Miss Jimmie and Johnny Willis of Liberty, Mo., left Sunday to re j ranged the placement of the bier. After a private funeral Mass, nl tended only by government ministers nnd intimate friends, he ordered the 1 restless crowds admitted. They had shouted to sec the body, nnd once broke a police cordon to HC! closer to the entrance. Tho mournful viewing o£ the. body was accompanied by an unexpected tragedy. Gen. Juan Estc ban Vacua, director of the Army's) Superior School, suffered a heart i night. He died shortly M. I. Answer: You most c.s.surcdly need a drastic change of attitude, and have fortunately boon blessed on the experience with a .smile- - i and is certainly' not being too en- j if not actual laughter. You can ; operative in thfs one, it would j have the same hlippy ending to; seem to be her nature, rather A. your story, provided you Truman's Candidate Has Tough Battle KANSAS CITY Itfi -- President Truman Rot another fill-in todny on the difficulties facing his. personally-endorsed candidate for the. Senate.. Even some of Truman's closest associates told reporters that J. E. she headed or in a great national! 'Buck) Taylor, Missouri attorney monument built for her. ! general, was facing a lough fight Temporary" interment, at her! to defeat W. Stuart Symington for i own request, will be in tho hall of i the Democratic nomination for the low river bridge near Cnddo Gapj tho G 000 000 I110 mber General La-1 Senate seat now held by Sen. Kem over the week end. Counselors for | , j()) . <_' onfca( ,i. al i on iCGT). She wnsitR-Mo). the boys were Hush Garrett, Bil-1 turn to their home after a visit i . Percm's decision still was await- with their aunts and uncles, Mr. j and Mrs. Paul Bain. Mr. an Mrs. J. G. Kaiser. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Willis, and other relatives. ;cd on his wife's permanent burial 'j | place. Two suggested sites arc the c ' new headquarters of the multi-million dollar social foundation which The Intermediate Methodist; Youth Fellowship camped nt the AIR-CONDITIONED tfigjfe • TODAY ONLY® served as Force and secretary as Rl'C More Than 53% Of All Packanlt Utiilt Since IS99 Are Still In Use! INOINIIilD JQ OMf PI1POIM-IUILT TO OUTlAiT THIM AiLI ONLY PACKARD BRINGS YOU NEW tASAMATK POWER BRAKES FOR QUICKER, EASIER STOPS! Nwkml tot Ullr*. **M(k«r4'» ThwBtf*rlMilt *tH««4«««M new •t»»k 0 ,the»utom»ticdrivethat !•«!«•, world's highwt-com- «ad fresh exterior colors accent exc«U ia smoothness, safety pression eifht, bu up to 2S% Packard's low lines. Seats «re •ad dtpend«hilit>'. fewer working pans th*n en* * * taMwMic P«w*r' ir«kM* «*«» «* «>»iw»W* !*>*«*< (iv* you^&ste*. easiet stops * * V««kw4 ttltlr^M* »*** with 40% less, foot pressure- of 3,046 s«t «o- «ive4 you com- ttke 29% lest ttiuc to apply! .- piece, ali-a«HM»a visibility. . as wide as the car is high. * * l» My Md»«» w under*«« ^l* 7 <eparate factory inspections. "Built like • Packard" means built to you check the LOW t - , , - <prices of the BIG '52 KID'S GAME! BRIAN DONLEVY CLAIRE TREVOR FORREST TUCKER VERA RALSTON LUIHEit ADUK JOHN RUSSELL tin- '.inofficial head of the CGT, and| Symington her following among its members i of I ha Air ipncle her the nation's most potent! cleanup administrator under Tru- political force after Peron himself, man. The President has given his The slim beauty was regarded as support to Taylor. tin- most powerful woman in poll-1 He hasn't, so far, taken sides u tics in the world. j the gubernatorial primary bctweer Tho nation's Military chiefs do- former Gov. Phil Donnelly and creed her n funeral hitherto re- Rep. Phil Welch CD-Mo), served for Presidents who died in) Truman spent virtually nil ' office. i Two days of national grief and i 3!) days of official mourning were ! declared. I The CGT promised n perpetual ! gu.ard, floral offerings and a syin- ! bolic flame, always at her tomb. | Unprecedented mourning by Ar| gentina's masses — who called her i 1-A-itn (Little Eva) and looked upon | her ns a Cinderella who had risen •om their own ranks to heights C glory — began the instant her cath was announced. As church ells slowly knelled, vast crowds nelv in a night-long vigil in the ;un. Women wept openly, some in state of. near collapse. On Sun- ay all flags were dipped, to half staff. Buildings and lampposts hroughout the nation were draped n black. now to put all thought of your for- i is keeping mcr sweetheart behind you. Stop 1 happy. dwelling on the misery he caused J you, stop reveling in the limelight j you now enjoy ns a wan. jilted maiden. The days when n broken romance doomed a girl to eternal grief were in the last century — they have no place in this atomic age. You are lucky to have found n man who cares enough for you to put up with your lamentations ov-- r a lost love, lie deserves better j .•oalmeiil than that, doesn't he'.' ; iount your blessings, and forget j lie tragedies of tile past. Hut, on't many your nice young man! intil you nre sure that you have i juried the past, nnd buried it; leep! A good husband is entitled | o more than the dregs of a vvarmj d-over romance. When you can' ; jo back to your home town with! H) desire to dwell on memories, j you're cured! And make it Koon!| Time's a waslin'! your home life . f . .>..«.,•„, u, >,e m-i- „«»„,-, ,<uue,: Answer: . Your conclusion is begin: than the fact of the divorce, that j i'""' 1 ' more correct that thai of nn. i your husband. A boy who;;e spirit ! has been completely broken by 1 constant, unnecessary punishment Has Own Troubles will be the dull child who will bn Probably, she In turn, however, is beset by worries of which you know nothing, so don't judge her actions too hastily. Perhaps she Cartoon & Short #80 QWXS ONS WYlll MOTOR CO. STARTS WEDNESDAY and the; V Horsr yesterday in his penthouse suite at. the Hotel Muehlebnch, talkin, with old friends and political as sociates. He returned to his horn at nearby Independence for th night. He likely will return to Knnsa City for further conferences tomoi row. The President plans to re main' in Missouri until he votes i the primary Aug. 5. Louisiana to Name Congressmen NEW ORLEANS A cuiiet political campaign end tivlay with primary voting for Woman Parachutes to Her Death BUDD LAKE, N. J. (/P) A prett mother, her parachute failing to open, plunged 2,500 feet to her death yesterday in an initiation for a parachuting club formed by Dear Miss IJix: When I was nj| small child 1 had n serious oper-' ntion which left me hard of hoar-j ing. I had lo be taken out ofi school in the tenth grade because! of illness. Now I can't seem to find any friends. I am 20 years i old and don't want people to feel sorry' for me, bu,t it does make me lonely to stay home, all the time because of my hearing. B. B. Answer: You are by no means | in a hopeless predicament. Honr-j ,ing aids are so efficient today, j jantt' .so inconspicuous Hint they I can be worn almost without de-l -lection. My strongest suggestion j would be to gel one, then make, j an attempt to further your educn-| tion, though you write n benuti-' ful letter for a girl who didn't linish high school. If you would like to work on u Worthwhile project, contact yourj local home or school for Ihe ricnf, where yur experience as n hnrd- of-henring person would equip you of confusion and «.«>m'™ b . l ?, t ? h ?! P near hysteria as 24-year-old Mrs. Dorothy Berard of Harrison tum bled from the small plane, clawed less -hearing. It would ulso help you to make u place for yourself in the world. Poor hearing need UiUU J.IUI1) HIU ailldil l^icil*^, i.ju>>>"" . .... . desperately at Ihe parachute and no longer cut pcop e off from so- finally fell in a cabbage patch, j ^ly as it once did. "I killed her, I killed her,"; ~~ ~ . . sobbed her griefslricken husband,! Dear Miss D,x: 1 want to join Joseph, who organized the Skyl^ WAC butjinve no idea how _ U *JDV-JJII. V>UW ut^**ti«<*^«^ b**v. »-"-^ seven seats in the lower House o£ Divers club) a pn rachuting-for fun to «", about it. C;,n yc.u KIVC im- Congress and a few minor state QU Ho coUapsec i when she fell. lhcA information'.' r]HOS !;. K positions. _ A ,' , 7M S p ec tators' at the ini Answer: The Army . HecrmlinK Joe McDookes • News » LAST DAY • B, R, Hamm Motor Co, JAMES MASON FINGERS Democrats voted in seven of the i-ifiht congressional districts. Rep. James H.'Morrison was unopposed in the Sixth District. Opposed incumbents were Rep. !-'. Edward Hebert, First District; Rep. Hale Boggs, Second District; Rep. Edwin Willis, Third District; Rep. Overtoil Brooks, Fourth District; and Rep. Otlo Passman, Fifth District. .Rep. Henry Larcadc Jr., 62, Mventh District, and Rep. A. Leonard Allen, 61, Eighth District, ire retiring. Republicans also voted for two congressional candidates in the First District. Democratic winners in the Second and Fifth Districts also will face GOP opposition in ihe November election. 1> Gentry, and Billy Wray. Counselors for the girls were Mrs. Hugh Garrelt, Mrs. Roy Foster,! Miss Kathleen Broach, and Vivion Ross. The campers were Carolyn Lewallen, Loretta Munn, Patricia McGill, Margie Vickers, Linda Moore, Carolyn Story, Billie Joe Yount, Coe Ardith Harrie, j Linda Polk, Kitty Jones, Joe Polk, William Perkjns. Dick Bro-! uch, Birkelt Wylie, Royce Weisen j berger, Jr., Bobby Story, Larry: Garrett, Jerry Garrett. Hev. Vir- j gil Keeley, Judy and Danny uoin- ed the group Sunday night and j returned to Hope Monday after noon. ...... , L ake."ation in the city nearest you for will give you compk-te . mlorma- tion on -joining the service und About 700 spectators tiation exercises ut Budd airport shrieked and shouted the woman lo pull the ripcord us she hurlled lo the ground. Many i will be very _8l"d_to hel]^ women fainted. ^ i Dl! ar Miss" Obi: u'^-nts knew What are believed to have been 1 what-separation does to their children I don't think there would the first photographs of the moo were made in 1849. be as many divorces. I should Moore Bros. Serving You Since 1896 DIAL 7-4431 FREE DELIVERY FRESH DRESSED TENDER FRYERS Lb. 53 c FRESH HOME GROWN A «• Lady Cream Peas 3 Lbs // c COUOR CARTOON t STARTS WEDNESDAY • An exciting New First Run (Musical! "to Btfe of New Ytii" Mrs. Dorsey McRa(-, Sr. returned yesterday from Denver, Colorado where' she visited her son. Bruce McRae, and Mrs. Me- Rat-. FRESH BUITER BEANS Lb. NO. 2 CAN PIE CHERRIES 5 Cons YEUOW Tka BEI1E 8J- : NEW YORK Mrs. Dorsey MeRae, Sr. attended a meeting of the nominating 11 committee of the Ouachita Pres-j I 1 byteria in Hot Springs yesterday. BANANAS 2 Lb*. 5 '*?; Hospitpi Notes M-S«% , '_L--rf '*!*' ; - Josephine Admitted: Mr*- r. JaovRf ' $&^£i PIU5BURY — 4 FLAVORS CAKE MIXES 3 0«*es 111 11 i'i-i'(ltt to im ""<>• 'I''"- 1 ntilnrnl rurosity of n youn«.sli>r shiiuld Vu> ciuHHii-uKiHl—-not quelled. Your lufs- bund is nlrondy di-prlviiiR himself Inc. ; """"Y'..*IS HOPE DRIVE-IN THEATRE; Q, M^ln A Country Club. rd. TUE8. A WED, Summer Merchandise. We must make room for New Fall Goods. Buy at big savings things you will get of immediate wear. .... *4 Entire Stock Summer Dresses Redu AND OTHER PRICES Many have been reduced below frhe alreodV.lo'W sale prices. All are reduced from 33!/3 to.80% SPECIAL GROUP OF 6 SUMMER SUITS The color didn't sell. We've decided to • give away at this low price. One was 29.98 ENTIRE STOCK SUMMER ~^~ SKIRTS and other prices. Reduced 33/3 to 60% Blue Denims included. SLEEVELESS BLOU .50 53.00 fentire stock,-out they go to moke room for Ideal for school wear in September and/ R ••••'- • '*)'' MBp«|p : ' :! ^ Mil A FEW FULL LENGTH SEERSUCKER ROBES NYLON CREPE ROBES (PA5TEU&) "Seven Keyi to Foil Fashion*' 1 (Style Show) August

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