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Page Four HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS CLASSIFIED Ads Must Be In Office Day Before Publication Number of One Three Six One Days Days Month Words Day Up to 15 .45 .90 1.50 4.50 16 to 20.. .60 1.20 230 6.00 21 to 25 .. .75 1.50 2.50 7.50 26 to 30 . .90 1.80 3.00 9.00 81 to 35 1.05 2.10 3.50 10.50 86 to 40.. 1.20 2.40 4.00 12.00 « to 45 ...1.35 2.70 4.50 13.50 48 to 50 . 1.50 3.00 5.00 15.00 Kates arc for Continuous Insertions Only « AH Want Ads Cash in Advance • Not Token Over thc Phone For Rent TO RELIABLE PARTY,, 2-BED- foom cottage, bath, water, lights, pasture and garden plot. Write Mrs. E. Whitlcy, Hope, Ark. 2-3t FURNISHED APARTMENT, PRI- vate entrance. Modern. Phone 685-W, 321 S. Bonncr St.. 2-Gt TWO - ROOM FURNISHED apartment, bath. Utilities paid. To couple only. 712 E. Division. 3-3t FOUR-ROOM HOUSE, UNFUR- nished three-room apartment and three rooms furnished for light housekeeping. Near Schooley's Store. Phone 38-F-ll. 3-3t FOUR-ROOM HOUSE WITH bath. 112 W. 18th St. in front of high school. Phone 1223-J. 3-3t NICE TWO-ROOM UPSTAIRS apartment. Bills paid. Mrs. J. W. Turner, 418 S. Elrn St.. 3-3t THREE - ROOM APARTMENT with private bath, electric re- Ipigerator. All bills paid. Phone 587-J. 4-3t Services Offered SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED. GET .' yours cleaned before bad weather begins. Phone G89, J. M. Atkins, 26-lmo SANDING AND FINISHING floors. Householders wanting floors sanded or finished, call Vernon Osburn, phone 9G6-W. 2-3w Wanted NEW OR RENEWAL SUBSCRIPT- ions to any magazine. Chas. Reyuerson, Phone 28 or 369-W. •PASSENGER TO OAKLAND, Calif.. Will leave between Sept. 10 and 12. Contact Sgt. William Reyenga, Emmet, Ark.. 2-31 Real Estate for Sale 175 ACRES, ONE BRICK AND two stone houses, modern. Bordering city limits, on paved highway, $20,000. Will sell in separate blocks. 4GO-acre stock farm close in on 67 highway. This is a real bargain. $30 per acre. Many ' other smaller farms and city houses. See Lewallen & Collier, E. Third St.. 2-3t NEW AND MODERN 5-ROOM house, Venetian blinds. Located • 1024. S. Walnut, phone 977-J between 8 a. m. and 6 p. m.. 2-3t FIVE-ROOM HOUSE ON E, 15TH St.. ?2,250 cash, balance $25 per month. Will give possession Floyd Porterfield & Son. 3-3t Wanted to Rent YOUNG COUPLE WOULD LIKE to rent one or two bedroom •house. No children. Good care- taking of yard and house. Phone 1224-J. - LET FOY DO IT • Level yards • Dig Post Hole* • Plow Gardens • Cut Vacant Lots • Also custom work. HAMMONS TRACTOR CO. Phone 1066 8. Walnut St BABY CHICKS We will have a shipment of High Quality Baby Chicks Each Wednesday Beginning September 1st. HOPE FEED CO. "Your Nutrena Feed Dealer" Call 129 or 806 (nights) FOR — House Wiring, Repairs or anything Electrical. See us first. Allen Electric Co. Next Door to Saenger Theatre Phones 129 or 806 Special Notice For the Best in Refrigeration and Air Conditioning repairs Call 1280 Nights and Sunday 1231-J The Erewster Refrigeration Service has had 22 years experience in all types Commercial rind Domestic Refrigeration anrt Air Conditioning. No Job too large or too small. BREWSTER REFRIGERATION SERVICE 119 Edaewood Aye, Phone 1280 "We Go Anywhere Any Time" For Sale USED ADDING MACHINE AND cash register. Gentry Printing Co^ Phone 241. 2-20-ly MY HOME. 604 SOUTH HAMIL~ ton, five rooms, bath, Venetian blinds, new 42-inch attic fan, new 20-gallon automatic hot water heater, do luxe Bcndix washer. Four blocks from courthouse; four blocks from new Ward Two school. May be seen by calling in person at Feeders Supply Co.. 30-Gt By Wettbrook Pegler Copyright, 1947 By King Features Syndicate. Saturday, September 4, 1948 Negro Basebal! Team to Play Sunday, Monday The Hope ?i'.'gnlai'K will pl'iv the L.ni!." k'ick Be;': Sox Sunday and Ihe '}'( xe.rkan.'i team Monday. Labor J-'ay. ;>l the iV,-".;ro city park. oiiiiT's \vill bo called at .'' p. in. 1038 PONTIAC IN GOOD CONDIT- ion. Four now tires. See it at Sale Barn Tuesday, or J. G. Lively, McCaskil.l, Ark.. 31-31 GOOD RECLEANED FERGUSON 922 Oats. S. D. Cook near Experiment Station. Phone 28-W-1-2. 31-6t LIMITED SUPPLY SINGER SEW- ing machines for immediate delivery. Also, other reasonably priced used sewing machines. Singer Sewing Machine Center, 108 S. Elm St.. 31-6t THOROUGHBRED POLAND CHI- nu pigs, big type. Gordon H. Smart, 7 miles out on Highway 29. l-6t TWO SADDLE HORSES. A -WEST- crn saddle and a pony saddle. Phone 356. i-3t SEVEN-FOOT CR~OSLEY SHEL- vador in good condition. Phone 586-J. 2-3t BEDROOM SUITE, TABLE - TOP gas range, dinette set, mattress, small 'table, two rockers, and rug. Sec Mrs. Ed Collins at Spring Hill. 3.31 1946 PLYMOUTH TWO-DOOR DE luxe sedan. Can be seen at 1011 W. Sixth St., or phone Sam Huck- abec, 1049-J. 4-3t CLARINET IN EXCELLENT CON- dition. Alice Lile,phone 173. 4-3t New York, Sept. 2 - Kloanor The Great obviously anticipates direct attention from the Thomas committee' or from some careful. actual reporter concerning hor own activities and as.;"t!;ili<»is since March 4. 1U33. The widow's column for Aug. 31 was a U''l'ense in advance, or it cited a plani'.'d. questionnaire published Sunday by the Herald Tribune, in which a mythical "troubled man" asked whether it was still possible to "think freely and live without fear as an American while serving your country." Eleanor's column in other papers said a young man contemplating |hj s o i ( | stamping government service .should be'bets Field. trained in the art of considering | When Leo left careful his .... and had write at night every detail of his actions and his thoughts. "If a young person had been afflicted with liberal len'lencies or had been fooiish enough to belong 3y RALPH RODEN Associated Press Sports Writer Since cro.ssin'4 the river to boss the New York Giants. Leo Duro:her is finding it, easy to win n grounds — Eb- Brooklyn in July in me .in. in i;im:,uu.i no.; when Leo lett Brooklyn m July us every work and action h,c had guided the Dodgers to only bettor keep a diary and h,, vicjlories while losing 2 deci- to one or two radical organizations in youth." she wrote, "then he mut expect to lose his job and find. many other .iobs closed to him. There arc few youngsters \vlio have; remembered to be wary enough." Mrs. Roosevelt, herself has been a member, sponsor, patroness or political and social friend of more of the organizations which she describes as "radical" than any other individual in the official sol of the New Deal. Four of these organizations were officially condemned by Tom Clark, the' attorney general, as outpost agencies o ions at Ebbets field, a .378 gait. Leo lias sent his Giants into action against the Dodgers in Brooklyn three times since he assumed command of the Polo Grounders, has come His fence-busting crew out on top each time. In their first emceling with the Dodgers under Durochcr the Giants slaughtered Brooklyn, 13-4. Yesterday they knocked the Dodgers out of first place in the National League pennant race by taking botn ends of a doubtehcader, 7-5 and (i-2. The second game was called at the end of eight innings because of darkness. The twin setbacks dumped the Dodgers into second place, a game and a halt behind' the Boston by ,cov e conspiracy or as Braves, who vaulted to the top b v nrc??rmod UC ind dom dmvnin « thc Philadelphia Phillies V Ri°ssi°n nl-nts but • i-p '' M ' Iu acldiliol1 > ll »« Dodgers ar i V n,^ o h 'A", ',',! l ,; ,-. only a half game ahead of thc thir 1042 HARLEY DAVIDSON MO- torcycle. 74 O H V. Good condition. Cheap. See Howard Coob. phone 901-J. 4-3t Lost RED HOUND, WITH FAY GOR- don, Proscott, Ark., name on collar. Notify Tom Duckelt, phone 334-W, Hope, Ark.. Reward 2-3t Notice IRON GRAY MULE, WEIGHT about 800 pounds, taken up at my home. Owner may have mule by paying for ad and feed. V. H. Powell, Patmos, Ark.. 2-3t GRAVEL NOW BEFORE THE weather gets bad. Phone 1045-J. 2-3t Baseball Standings Southern Association W. L. Pet. Memphis 86 56 .606 Nashville 8(i 57 .601 Birmingham 77 GO .538 Mobile 70 GO .504 New Orleans 67 76 .469 Atlanta 65 76 461 Little Rock 61 77 .442 Chattanooga 54 89 .378 American League Boston New York Cleveland Philadelphia Detroit St. Louis Washington Chicago W. L. Pet. 78 48 .619 78 49 .614 77 51 .602 73 58 .566 60 62 .492 48 76 .387 49 79 .383 42 84 .333 National League Boston Brooklyn St. Louis Pittsburgh New York Philadelphia Chicago Cincinnati W. L. 72 56 6!) 56 fi!) 57 65 57 G4 GO 55 70 54 73 53 73 Pet. .503 .552 .548 .533 .516 .444 .425 .424 Cotton States League W. L. Pot. Lasf Night By The Associated Press Hollywood. Calif.— Bobby Castro, 159, Los Angeles, stopped Bert Mendoza, 160, Los Angeles (4i. Miami, Fla.— Bobby Dykes, 140 San Antonio. Tox.. stopped Tony Falco 141, Middletown, Conn (2)". Hurloyvillo, N. Y.— Jesse Jenkins, 161, Monliccllo, N. Y., out- poinled Billy Cooper, 161 Patterson N. J., (8). REMOVED FREE Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Dial 3-7623 (phone collect) If No Answer Dial 3-5770 FOR SALE My five room, newly decorated home, near grade school. Reasonable. Call 310-W or see at 821 West 7th Street. PAXTON JORDAN FLOOR Sending and Finiihlng LINOLEUM Asphalt Tile • Rubber TIU ROY ALLISON Phone 280 ELECTRIC MOTORS REPAIRED and REBUILT Complete Stock of Parts. Berwick's Electric Service Phone 413 Hope, Ark. REFRIGERATION SERVICE the Muscovite Communist generally inated by put forward to the American pub- ,,. lie with a deliberately deceptive I. f seeming of patriotism, charily or' roorm. Many other societies were j Brcokiyn-bovn Sid formed only lo permit the use of Uhe big gun in the _ „ .„„„ an array of names of prominent, (game triumph before 33,090 Flat- though not necessarily good, citi-ibush fans. Gordon clouted his 2<Hh are .... - -- third SI. Louis Cardinals, who were Gordon Giants' v/as first Today's Games fi-.l (ni:'ht1 By The As3ociatcd Press National League Now York at Brooklyn. I'hiladelpliia at Hoslo;i 12). S'. Louis at Cincinnati. 'Only games Kebeduled). American League \\'.'i.':h!iii:l<»i a I New York. Cleveland at St. Louis (nightl. IJelroil at. Chicago. Boston at Philadel])hia. Y'-.s'errlny'.'; resulis. National Lcntjue Ne-.v York 7-fi' Brooklyn f.'hierigo 10 PiUsburgh 1 Hos) on H Philadcl])hia 1. (Only games scheduled. American League New Yorlc fi-fi Washington 2-2 Boslon 2 Philadelphia 0 diighti. Cleveland 7-3 St. Louis 0-4 (twilight-night. Detroit f> Chicago 2 f night). Southern Association Chattanooga 4 Allanla 1. Others postponed rain. Texas League Dallas fi Houston 4. Fort Wortli 5 San Antonio 0 Shreveporl 7 Oklahoma City 5. Tulsa 4 Beaumont 0. zcns on letterheads and proclamations. After atcrm of doubt I dec-id: d years ago that Eleanor The Great was not a victim of slunidilv in lending her name and inlucnec 1o such organizations as she joined or, more or less heartily, indorsed, but a crafty scheming politician. By belittling "respectability" as "reaction" she could gather'a following. "Good" people are few and particular. It is to be remembered that she never ...ventured to offer her name or any elective office but always played a parasitic part as the wife and later Ihe widow, of Ihe president. Thus she imoosed on the chivalry of thc bucks in polilics and dodged the issues of familv inleg- rity, moral tcaobiiv in ib'o Ivm" and education of children. On lhe«o issues, had she ever taken the stump, other women, inhibited by gallantry, would have torn her t'o tatters on the basis of her own life. Had she ever had Ihe effon- tery lo face an audience of domestic American mothers with her hypocritical line about the democracy of education and the mingling of "all the different groups" in the public schools there would have been a wild scramble or ihe privilege of Ihrowing in her leeth thc facts that: 1. — Neither she nor her husband ever school. 2. — Not and 29th homers of the season and drove in four runs. His second game with one on in Ihe ninth and sewed up the game. At Boslon. ihe braves scored three limes in Ihe fourth inning to •lip the Phils. altended any public one of their five children ever attended a public school. 3. — Jews unknown and were scarce if not Negroes were absolutely unknown in all the schools to which she an'}'her husband and a_ll of their children wore carefully directed. This was an important reason why .the clientele of. these schools prcCc'rrcd them. The sly dishonesty of the use of the word" liberal" as the political trademark of thc boldest tolali- tarians of our time in the United States is now paying diminishing returns. Fewer persons are deceived and the word itself has bo- come a synonym or sham greed vanity ghastly failure in responsible office and brutal authority When Mrs. Roosevelt u.ses this word 1 think of my own long not unpleasant, fight to make her ei im- i'lal bru goons tin .11- mauncsoue controls on the per- horn Po'ii'hkeoiVie 7l ,. c Y, ., sonal and family life of (he AmWi-jl™ v C re Coe ' o C V HI, „„'' ran people when they realised lhal Cil" (i 'id T i,v i,i> Li, ., ii 'he war was almost won and that and' 'o'i ih,'. Vi-ei-'n..- h "-' uljm ' ; " s '" 1 < l !(.< I. I , „ ... _ . . . L' . J 1 . . 1 . Hit J-, * "-- t- I 1 .1 . dirty hands off Ihe people of Ihe United Stales. I think by contrast of her own constant encouragement of some of the foulest gaiiL"4'ers grafters and thugs in our criminal history. I know which of us is the liberal I think also of (he shuckiiiL rosals which she and Harry kins both put forth in their <1< ate hurry to clamp the Ilitlerian or Stalinesoue controls on the p sonal and family c the il was now or never for Ihem. Sh. proposed thai the "eovernnieiit" meaning herself, .should reliovv u ; all of the problem of deei'lin•; whal we should do lo lieip xvin the war. In olher words, she favored conscription or civilian women as well as men for industrial labor. with every job in the UniU-d State:, ;>t the disposal of some conimis.'-ar friend uf hvrs. The speetade of Ihe rendini; ap-irl of f.-nnilies. ihe mingling of races and the disintegration of social an i relini munities which tin-, ide'i b the communal, barrack-life lonosomcness. temol al ion ;'i moralilv, was i-elisheil moie by Hopkins. A lome-i Hopkins went into detail promiscuity of hi:; pi; make sure we got the said, "it isn't just talk won't blow over and ii you! " This is what Klcaim means by 'liberalism." As 1 said, sh,' anlicii treatment of ber own 1 ries to dismiss a.s oui r lations of freedom and priv belated elfoi Congress to di who wo iv jnv baiv.l. Shi her iitlemp! I complieily \\ i il! i',,il e for Parole Washington, Sept. 3 — f/P) — Four persons serving life .sentences for the kidnaping of Charles F. Urschel, Oklahoma oil man, in l!)^.'j will become eligible for parole next month. They are: George R. (Machine Gnnl Kelly; his wife Cathrine' her mother. Ora L. Shannon; and Harvey Bailey. In announcing the four soon will become eligible for parole, federal parole board officials emphasised today that this does not necessarily me an they \vill be released from prison. Life-term prisoners automatically become eligible for parole after serving "> years, the ofieials said. This merely gives Ihe four kidnappers tho right to file applications lor parole and to lie heard. If applications arc filed, the prisoners h-- beard bv Saturday, Sept. 4--The . wedding of Ivii.ss ijorotiiy Taylor White aim JNorinan v, nu.'o.er or., will foe sol- emm/.ed at the First ivieinoclu-i <-'j,uieii Saiuruay alieinoon at lour 0 eiocu. ,'V reception Will follow • u me Lav.-son lloiel. oay, i,ept. u —file W. M. S. ol bap.isi Ciiuren will meet ul Uie cjiuii-u ,-n ^:.j,/ p. in. irie circle 01 u.,j woman's /vuxiiiajy ot u\e Pie.vijytenaii clmrci'i wm nieei i\K,n- i.lny alieinoon .it .j o eioclv ai tne home oi an.;. 1. J-.;. Logan. Tne Circels of tne \V. S. C. *. of i''irsi ivlethof.list caiireli will meel l\io:i- day .iKenMjt.'ii UK ioJlows: Circle 1, at the nomo of Mis. Fay Box .'it 4 o'clock; Circle 2, at ihe'home oi.' Mrs. Gene Hale at 4 octock; Circle 3 ill Ihe home of Mrs. Lee lunncy at 4 oclock; Cirule 4 at the home of Mrs. Chiton Arnold Sr. at 3 oclock. Tuesday, Sept. 7—The G. A. of the Baptist Church will meet Tuesday atiernoon at ;J:45 at Ihe home oi Mrs. Jack Cooper. The Deacons of thc Baptist church will have a Jiieeling at thu church Tuesday i;vening- at V p. m. A n:|)resoiila"- live ol. Ihe Social Security administration will be in Prescolt on Tuesday at thc Pool Office building at 10 a. in. Miss Virginia Leo entertained with a luncheon Wednesday afternoon in Hotel Sam Peck, Little Hock, honoring Miss Sue Kclley, bride-elect. An arrangement of pink pom pom chrysanthemums and white slock in a crystal bowl centered the table. Guesls were Mrs. B. H. Kelley, Miss Bettye June Ervin, Miss Bonnie Webb. Miss Kiia Weny, Mrs. J. 0. Ferguson, Miss Mary Alyce Branch. Miss Betty Sherry, Mrs. VV. T. Gilmorc Jr., and Miss Kitty Wilk. The hooOi'ce received a corsage and a gilt of china. Mrs. R. P. Hamby entertained with a party at her home on Wednesday morning [or Ihe pleasure of Miss Dorothy Taylor While bride- ciec,'. Little Miss Virginia Ann Hayes, who will be flower girl greeted the guests. A profusion of summer flowers decorated the living room and the honorecs chair was covered with white and tied with bows of white satin ribbon and shower bouquet of lilies of the va thc week in Texarkana as the finest of her daughter Mrs. Howard Lusby and Mr. Lusby. Mrs. B. C. Slivers spent Wednesday in Texarkana. Mr. and Mrs. Wren Scott have returned from Fayetteville where (liev were the f.'tiesls of their son George Scott and Mrs. Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Combs arrived Thursday from their wedding trip and arc; the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. U. MeSwain. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Dean of Dallas. Texas, are thc guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gordon. Ben Hogan Ahead in Reno Open Is Mrs. John L. Wallhcrs and daughter Mary Lawrence have returned to their home in Dallas, Texas, after a visit with her parents Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Hamby. Miss Margaret Whitakcr of Dallas. Texas, arrived Thursday to spend (he weekend with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Norman Whitakcr. Miss Carolyn Ella Murrah of Dallas, Texas, will spend thc weekend with her parents Mr. and Mrs F. E. Hurrah. Miss Ann McSwain of Memphis, fcnn.. will be the weekend guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. C. D. McSwain. Mr. and Mrs. John I. McCartney and daughters Lynn and Barbara r-nd Joe Shcehcn left Wednesday for Cambridge, Ohio, where they will attend the Guernsey County Centennial Celebration. ' Mr and Mrs. McCartney will be the guests oi relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hilton are visiting S'Sgl. and Mrs. Jack Barr and children in Columbus, South Carolina. Reno. Ncv., Sept. '! —(/n — Ben Hogan, probably the best golfer in the world off his present record, led the $23,000 Reno open today as it went iiuo the second round. Thc principal speculation was whether me icsl ot uic Held, whicn includes his chief rivals, would latch up with the pint-size fellow from Hershey, Pa. Holder of. the u. S. and Western open lilies, plus the P.G.A. cliampion.stiip, Hogan teed oU with 07 shols behind him and three rounds to go, ending next Monday. Treading a step behind as. .the second round started were such lopnolhcers as ex-U. S. open champions Lloyd Mangruin, Nites, 111., and Lawson LiUle, Momercy, Calif., and Clayton Hcafner, Charlotto, N. C., and Dick Metz Arkansas City, Kas. Also close to the pace were these first round GO-shooters. Ky Kaffoon, St. . Andrews, 111., Ellsworth Vines, Iowa City, la., Cary M i cl d 1 c c o If Memphis; George Schoux, San Bruno, Calif.; Eric Monti, Santa Monica, Calif.; Harry Bassler, Los Angeles; John Percll, Orlando, Fla., and Bill McPartland Tulsa. Other scores: Bill McParlland, Tulsa, 35-34 — G9. Vic Ghczzi, Kansas City, Kas , 33-37—70. E. J. "Dutch" Harrison, Little Rock, Ark., 35-36—71. Andy Mills, Kansas City, 35-30— Mr. and Mrs. Brad Scott and children Helen Ruth and Mary Agnes have returned to their home in Jonesboro after a visit with thoir parents Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Gordon and Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Scotc. Miss Addys Brown and Miss Jim- mio Nichols are attending the National Walking Horse Celebration in Shclbyvillc, Tcnn.. this week. Friends of Mrs. H. H. Allen will bo pleased 1o learn that her condition is improved. •.ip the Phils. " 'Hen will h-- heard by a parole o f,ilie' : of the v" ^ »»"" u ^* The Chicago Cubs, continuing I ".'•]"' "' f ! t:I;i1 . on hls regular rounds } The "serving table'was covered (heir role of "giant killers," '^.i-'.' 1 lsoll - ; ' , , . with n lace clnih and held a central trounced the fourth place Pirates, CITY ' °- &l™"non. husband of Ora arrangement cf rod roses in a low U)-!, in a night game at Pittsburgh. ,J 1 ' 111 ," 0 ! 1 -, '? - so v -' as convicted in the bowl placed on a reflector. and relinquished the cellar to the idle Cincinnati Reds. Rookk: Catcher Aj Walker paced the Cub attack against three Pirate pitchers, driving in five runs on a homer, double and single. In the equally stirring American League race, runner-up New York Yankees pushed within a half game of the league-leading Boston Red Sox. The Yanks paced by Joe Dio- Maggio belted three homers, two in the first game and one in the second, to raise his output to 32 for the season. He drove in seven runs on his three circuit drives to boost his major league front-running margin in that department to 125. Red So.v righthander Job Dobson limited the A's to four hits hang- ins up his 15th victory. At St. Louis. Bob Lemon became the first major league pitcher to win 1!) games this season when he pitched the third place Cleveland Indians to a 7-0 triumph over thc Browns in the first game of a twilight-night twin bill. The Browns won the second game, -1-3. The Detroit Tigers turned back the While Sox, 5-2, in u night game at Chicago. Thc Tigers 2-2 tie with a three-run ninth inniiiE rally. —o- Biltows, Tun-mesa Meet an Amateur Memphis. Sepl. 4 — I/] 1 )— Stocky Ray Billows and little Willie Tiir- ne.sa met in their fourth golf match today—this time for the country's top amateur tille, the in- tional. The two New Yorkers paired in a 3(i-holc battle over th (i-(il7-yard Memphis Country Club Urschcl kidiKipning. Ho received a '-'0-year sentence and has been Ora Shannon and Bailey will bc- ceme eligible for parole' Oct. (i: ihe Kcll.vs. Oct. 11. These dates are 15 years from the time they began serving their sentences. Kelly and Bailey are in Alcatraz prison. Ora Shannon and Cathrine Kelly arc in the women's reformatory at Alderson, W. Va. Tl normally is a matter of months after hearings on parole applications before the board lakes any r: ""' action. course. Billows nis third win member of thc TuriK'.sa golfing Turnesa. former National British Amaleur champion. Breakfast 1 Can Mean Years Soys Curlsy • Hull. Mass.. Sept. 3 —i'UP'i— Bos- Ion's Mayor Jomcs Michael Cui-ley. who says he did his own red search while behind bars, claims a judge's bivakfasf: and wife have a lot to do with the length of prison sentences. Curlev brought 1.000 delegates to the Boston Congress of Correction 'Icross Ihe harbor last, night for a Nantas<vel shore dinner and a report on his five-men Ih stay at the Danbury, Conn., Federal Correctional Institution. They sailed over on the boat Ihe Boston Correction Department uses }o haul prisoners to Deer Island jail. The boat is named the James Michael Cm-ley. "I had a wonderful opportunity to learn many things." said Curlev ••iboul Danbur.v. A mail fraud conviction sent him there last year for a (Mo-lii-month senlonce that later was commuted by President Truman. "If n .nidge in the morning had a good breakfast and was on" good was gunning fnri (< ' r '" K Vv ' t1 ' '"'•' v -' il( - vvhrn he came over Turnesa -i into court," ihe mayor said, "then famous seven-man !1 defendant might gel a one-lo- three-moiUh .sentence." ctoi Guests wore Miss White. Miss Kathenne Jano White, who will I be maid of honor. Miss Mildred Be-in is. Miss Kate Sparks Bomis I and Miss Ethel MoRae Beinis. who will be candle li^hte;-s, Mr;;. Sam Taylor White Sr.. Mrs. Norman Whitakcr. Jr.. Mrs. Ben Whitakcr, Mrs. Jim Sloan of Jonesboro, Mrs Roy Stuart of Shawnco. Okla., Mrs. Lawson Folder of San Antonio. Mrs Tom Logan. Mrs. Bob Reynolds. Miss Jrma Hamby. Mrs. Sam T. _While Sr . Miss Marnie Andeisun, Mrs. Jesse Hayes Jr.. Mrs. Steele Mono of Dallas, Texas, and Mrs. W. G. Bensberg. The honoree was presented a lovely gift by the hostess. Miss Audra Martin of Willisville is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Foster and family. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Stcphenson are the guests of Dr. and Mrs. C. A. Archer in Conway. Legal Notice Or in rtrude vith a after- While Mrs. Clark White. Mrs. Eilsworth and Miss Ge Clarke. While entertained \ bridge party on Wednesday .noon at the home of Mrs' ........ ^ j favoring Tvlis;:, Dorothy Taylor While brido-elecv. I Beauliful ;irrar,'.:enien!s of choice I diilhias. m;irigi.-ld.s and xinnias ! made a colorful backgi ound for Ihe | three tables of players. Mrs. George Meyers and daughter of St. Louis are the guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Whitakcr. Mrs. Lewis Sawyer of Hobcns- vnlc, Tenn.. is visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Gordon. Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Mitchell of Little Rock are weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Alkins. Miss Dorothy Ann Gee of Dallas. Texas is the weekend guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Allen Gee Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Duke of Dallas, Texas, arc soonding the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Hcrvcy Bcmif. Miss Evelyn Martin has returned to hor home in Monticello after having been thc guest of Sonny Carrington and his mother Mrs. Josephine Carrington. presented a iiiiil: sweet- l of silver in awarded delicious and ibr the yrniced to the showdown in smashing- ; ing Kui'cno Dahlbendi . 'P- 'il and (i, in the ofj-hnk Billo s, a [Minting salesman ughkc-cpsie, d e I e a 1 c d gi' ISo 1 ') Tnrnes.'i and RilUnvt considi-i able assistance from opooi.ciils yesterday. Coe, normally a ' great 'M'Hldii'l gel one to drop Billows and was three-down ;;l iin-'i of ilie morning Ifi. The Ol;lah'.iman had come up to i In. s( ; ini-fina!s with one of the b<-i- 'er medal perfonnances of ihe 'ournamoiit—one stroke under p-ir '" holes. throe to five years, defendant might jjetj lie said. Airlines Kansas City. Sept. :', Contiiu nt Airline;-, Ine ! today il w-.-•:; incri.-asil puller, I senger fares one. and against |ci nt on Sept. 1::. the j Hugh W. Coburn. vice president lot' tiT.il'ic for the airline, said the new tarif:; we-re filed with the Civil Aeronatuies Board in Washington today. At the san.e time ho :i!IHOI)IH-,.',i .-, fiv,. p,.,- C( . n t t j|.,.. eounl on i omul-trip far. :;. Miss While was shoulder corsage of heart roses and a git her chosen pattern. Mrs. Tom Logan v the high score prize. _. „.„ salad plate was served to the honoree. Miss Mildred Bemks. Miss Kate Sparks Bemii. Miss Kthel McRae 'Bern!;-;. Mrs. 'Roy Stuart ot Shawnee. Okla.. Mrs. Jim Sloan of Jonesboro, Mrs. Georci 1 Meyer of St. Louis. Mrs. Ben \Vhnaker IVicRae Can-. Miss Inna Harnbv, Mrs. Tom Logan. Mrs. Reynolds, and to tea guests Miss Mary Jo Hamilton, Mrs. Norman Whilaker. Mrs. Hubert Whij;.i'-:ei . Mrs. Dud- lev Gordon. Mrs. Sam T. While Sr., i and Mrs. Jess Ilaynes. The ladies of the Woman's So- cieiy of Christian Service of the Methodist church entertained at lea on Tuesday afternoon in Ihe home of Mr::. J. W. Teeter complimenting hiiso Marie Harrel! bride-! elect 01 Itu-v. James K. Christie of! Ti":arka!ia. Guests u'-jn- greeted by Mrs. Teeter and Mrs. Dan I'iUinan Sr., Keceiviir.-. wore Airs. I 1 ;. G. Smith, W. S. C. S. president. Miss liarrell MI-L-,. Van Hari-ell. the honoree's i mollier and Mrs. A. J. Chri.-:lie of I Bcnlon the uro,.n;-eleel'.s moUu-r. Gue.st.s >.vere invited int;i Ihe din- iiig reoni by Mrs. J. B. Hesterly. Assisting iu courlesies ' were Mrs J. A. Vane., v. M,s. W. V.'i While Sr, and Mrs. John F.ai.de at the lea table were llo/.eiidorf. Mr.---. Ii. F. and a.s.-iisiing in .serviir.; Fi iinlc Ciilberl. Mr iiigd.M. Mrs. Pan! l : !vi I'ell l;a\- Ward don and ;U ••,•;. C'lia Hose s ni erlomii rirr.in • ;-nienls in Steele Moore of Dallas, Texas. has arrived to join Mrs. Moore and children for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Logan. Mr. and Mrs. Wat W. While and Miss Elizabeth Francisco, are sncnding several days on Lake Hamilton where they have a cottage. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hines have returned to their home in Camdon after a visit with Mrs. Carl Hines. Chile Outlaws Communist 1 Santiago. Chile, Sept. 3 —(/T) — Chile today became Ihe third South American nation to outlaw the Communist parly. Brazil and Paraguay previously have done so. President G a b r i e 1 Gonzalez Vidcla signed the new law last night. It is effective today. PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. 40 SUBMITTEDBY FIFTY-SIXTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY BE IT RESOLVED BY THE SENATE OF THE STATE OF ARKANSAS AND BY THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, A MAJORITY OF ALL THE MEMBERS ELECTED TO EACH HOUSE AGREEING THERETO: That the following is hereby proposed as an amendment to the. Constitution of the Slale of Arkansas, and upon being submitted to Ihe electors o' the Stale for approval or rejection at thc next general election for Representatives and Senators, if a majority ot Iho electors voting thereon, at'such an election, adopl such amendment, the same shall become a part of the constitution of the Stale ul Ar- Kansas, to-wit: SECTION I. Amendment No. 11 to the Constitution of the Slate ot Arkansas is hereby amended to read as follows: The General Assembly shall provide for the support of commoa schools by general law, including an annual per capita tax ot one dollar, to be assessed on every male m- habitanl of this State over (lie age of twenty-one years; and school districts are hereby authorized to levy by a vole ot ihe qualified electors respectively thereof an ar.nual lax for the maintenance of schools, the erection and equipment of school buildings and the retirement of existing indebtedness, thc amount of such tax to be determined in the following manner: The Board of Directors of each school district shall prepare, approve and make public not less than sixty (60) days in advance of the annual school election a proposed budget of expenditures deemed necessary to provide for the foregoing purposes, together with a rate of tax levy sufficient to provide thc funds therefor, including the rate under any continuing levy for thi? retirement of indebtedness. If a majority of the qualified voters in said school district voting in the annual school election shall approve the rate of tax so proposed liy the' Board of Directors, then, the- tax at the rate so approved shall be collected as provided by law. In the event a majority of 'said qualified electors voting in said annual school election shall disapprove Die proposed rate of tax, then the tax shall be collected at thc rate approved in the last prececding annual school election. Provided, that no such tax shall bo appropriated for any other purpose nor to any other district than that for which it is levied. Filed in the office of Ihe Secre^ tary of State on ihe 28th day of March, 1347. Witness my hand and the seal of office on this the 12tli day of April, C. G. HALL. Secretary of State, May 8, 15, 22, 2'J, June 5 12 19 20 July 3, 10, 17, 24, 31, Aug. 7 14 2l' 28, Sept. 4, 11, 18, 25, Oct. 2, 9 ic' 23, 30. . Presiding Mrs. May Yarbrougii •r\-iii'.; \\'ere .Mrs. : ; . Tilnian Worth- JJnelianan. Mrs. Mrs. D'.ully CJor- rleii Scolt. anted in flower ihe living rot in. Former Premier Office Phone . Residence Phone .By Huub 8. Fullerton. Jr. — In • uxacl I v.-.is: \ Vi-ar, Sei>t. •! — Leo DurochiT wants tl . \'. hat Bill Terry sa is it still in tin -,'o's lambs havi tart toward Weddim Witn«:ssi l'.,irly Humans i nesses lo I'l Hope Transfer Company Moving and Storage HORIZONTAL 1 Pitiured former French premier. Aristide . 7 He advocated a United States of . 13 Rosier 1-1 Surgeon's toul Hi Metal ^-'0 Afternoon IJartv 21 Helical p Indian weight W Hebrew deity ~o .Symbol iur , selenium. 20 Near 28-Silver (symbol) •>Q I.',-, -J i iOi.cn ram ^>1 Currency •'i-'i Ignited .'M Pastry o.') Backbone 37 t'hoose -50 -N'ole of scale •11 Comparative suthx •!2 Rupees (ab.) J .3 ICxelamation -Ui Bui uj \viiU Ikiid 51 Hail! - : '-'Marble.^ (iO Calm (Jl Giants VERTICAL 1 Animals 2 Vend again ;i Notion •! Augment 5 Neon (ab.) <> Fall in drops 1U ^''oer 7 Volcano in Sicily 8 Abraham's home ' 0 Soap llax 1 o Work U ChalT-like bracts ! 2 Force 21 Dogs '22 Mouth disease 25 River oi his country 27 Labors .30 High priest 32 Born 30 Writing 17 Rhode Island 3G Kmg-^nomo < ab -> 38 Cave 3!) Trealiaci 43 Pitcher •IV Container •18 One •i'J Lieutenant' (ab.) SOUiuly fare „ 1)1 Opyratie folo 1 53 Compass point 55 Likely 57 Preposition i 51) Greek letter l) 3b 25 SO 1ST 57" H ?2 47 HE 41 2t 37 •\i 51 U II IZ H3

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