Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 8, 1948 · Page 6
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 6

Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 8, 1948
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PogeSix HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS I September'Look' Returning to State Colleges . By The Associated Press Tho familiar September "look" is leturning to college campuses in Arkansas nnd in one case, the .scehe definitely is brand new. Central College has reopened at Camp Robinson near North Little Rock after being moved from aviay. whore it was established U)92. It did not operate last year. In addition to n new location Ccntial College has. for the first Wme, male students. Until this year, it was a girl's junior college. Kcgistration at Central opened Monday. Ouachita College at Arkadelphia also opened Monday and 300 freshmen enrolled. At Hendrix College in Conwny, guidance tests jor freshmen opens today and will '^continue through tomorrow. Registration there also opens tomorrow First classes are to meet Friday. fine ion ".sum MINOR- CUTS CHAFE SCRAPE ! EXTRA QUAUTY.PURITY This name, Mprolino, guarantees highest Quality. Only 10c. Communist Party in Poland Split So Wide Open That Red Grip Is Threatened Fly "'Girl Wednesday, September 8, 1948 By DeWITT MacKENZIE AP For'telgn Affairs Analyst The sturdy defiance of Moscow by Yugoslav's tough dicator, Marshall Tito, is echoing sensationally in another important Russian satellite state, and that none other than Poland — one of the pillars of the Bolshevist clan. The Polish Communist party, with a membership of 1,000,000. isj's split so wide open that the Red ' grip on the country is threatened. As high as 50 percent of the membership is in open revolt. The dissidents are fiercely opposed in general to toeing the party line as laid down by the cominform and specifically to the socialization of production in Polish peasant villages. The rebels stand for nationalism as opposed to the internationalism demanded by the totalitarian dictatorship of Moscow. That also is the basis of the row between Tito and the Soviet. These two big nations of Poland and Yugoslavia, whose fierce love of independence has been written in their blood time and again although they haven't asked for a severance of the tie with Russia. 3 R 9 s Add Another- Refreshment \ «; "•>-»•) BOTUED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY HOPE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. Phono 392 Second and Louisiana S»». ^ ©I9<18,Th« Coca-Cola Company Lest there be any doubt about the relationship between the Yugoslav and Polish dciiance^ o f the master, it can b< recorded that a Communist party fion presented at an cm meeting , in Warsaw yc blameti the "Yugoslav for causing dissension ;n Polish U-ds. And this. I a reminder that "a !i Icavcnclh Ihe whole also is an invitation !<> watch for the wo'i-.iiig leaven in other Ku states. Polish Communist party leaders '. from all mir'n .of the country i rushed to Warsaw yesterday for i a council of war on how lo deal | with tho split in the parly. This j conference assembled shortly aft- j er WUidyslaw Gomulka, vice prc- i mier of Poland, had been "freed" j from his position as secretary ; general of the party. He had ' hacked the Yugoslav revolt against the Moscow dominated cominform. His place was taken ! by BolcsJaw BieriH. urr-Eidi-nt of the Polish National Council. In conjunction with the emergency conference a public com- munique was issued by the executive committee, nolifving the- public that there must 'be "full liquidation" of all members who refu.se to follow the Marxist-Leninist lino as handed down by Moscow. Furthermore the executive committee slammed down its fist and made known that the Communists intend to jam j through socialization of production in peasant villages come hell I or high water. This of course was ' a. direct challenge to the dissidents. Well now, anyone who has fol- i lowed the coin-so of communism i knows what "full liquidation" caul mean. In the past it has meant i on many occasions tho literal ex- j termination of rebellious e!e- ncnts. In other cases it has ! meant prison or slave camps or! Siberia. Whatever way you look ! it it. the connotation " of thai' 'liquidation" is savage, j This grim situation yivos rise to - Jcrtincni questions: Will the liber- ; ty loving poles stand for such oppression? What will be the effect of the Polish and Yugoslav di.s- ] affections on other intensely na- i Uonalistic peoples like tho disc.in- i tented Chechoslovakians? How will it strike those nations of western Europe which are the object of Communist aggression? There can be no doubt that it will mean a hardening of the defense against tho Bolshevist drive. —o There will be prayer service at ! the First Christian church at 7-yo p.m. The air is the place for Betty Kr.n.s, of Scai-sdale, N. Y. Hep vocation—air line slewardass, Her avocation—flying her own Bin-plus P-39 Alrcobra, "Gnliip- ing Gertie." V.'hen she's nol in the. air, Betty keeps it shining. There will be a prayer service al the First TJaptisl 'church at J7::i0 p.m., choir practice at U:1S. Thursday, Sept. 9 The wedding of Miss Mario Harrell and the Kev. James Edward Christie of Bcnton will be solemn- i/.ccl at 4:30 in (ho First Methodist church. A reception will follow in the home of Kev. and Mrs. C. Ray Ilo/.endorf. Circle 1 of the W.S.C.S. of the First Methodist church met Mini- day afternoon at four o'clock at the home of Mrs. Lee Kinney. Lovely arrangements of dahlias were used to decorate the rooms. The meeting was opened with the Lord's Prayer repeated in unison. Mrs. J. D. Regan, circle chairman, conducted the business session. Mrs. Frank Gilbert presented the program opening with the hymn Ihe Church is one Foundation. Mrs. Gilbert used as her topic , for the afternoon "The World Council of Churches." During the social hour a dessert course was served to members: Mrs. J. D. Regan. Mrs Frank Gilbert, Mrs. Charlie Scott Mrs. Husscll Mobcrg. Mrs. Lire Martin, Mrs. Lucy Slifer and to a guest. Mrs. Carrie Norman. A new member, Mrs. Hoy Cook, was welcomed. robed Greeks Copfwire High Peak From Guerrillas Athens, Sept. 7 — i./]') —The general staff said today Crock troops have captured the highest peak in the Kairnatchalan mountains, almost on the Yugoslav frontier Five other peaks nf the ramro. all more than a mile high, were taken also. The communique said 00 Communist guerrillas were killed in the Vitsi triangle in the extreme north. St. Joseph Aspirin is so pure. 12 tablets lOc; WO tablets only 4Sc. Why pay more, or ever accept loss than the St. Joseph guarantee of "Aspirin at its best." Buy s's Newest and Most Department Store. Outfitters for the Entire Family, at Popular _ V/;iKhi:i!',Um. Sept. 7. — (UP.) — "Ihe siory of a Hussian-'.jorn I'icneh cili/eii who competed wiih 'he U. S. government for uraniuin- bcuring western land was uncovered today by a congressional investigator. Rep. John McDowell, R., p a , a member of the Hou«c Un-American Activities Committee, said the i group v.-juld reveal details at its I criming hearings on atomic espio- inage. lie emphasized, however. j that there was no evidence conj Meeting the "promoter" with alleged Soviet atomic spy under investigation. McDowell also disclosed Maj. Gen. Leslie K. Grovr-s, wartime head of the army's atom inomb project, will testify at one joi the public hearings concerning i die spy organization. j He said it was uncertain wheth- |er Groves would testify at execu- I'lvo i-cssions of the committee this Week. These closed sessions will be held to pick up loose ends of ! the Hiss-Chambers controversy j and to get set for the open hea'r- i ings on the atomic spying activi- i'llCS. i McDowell said the bidding for | uranium lands occurred durin" the w;;r, primarily in Colorado He said agents for the Russian-born pron-oter bought up rights to lands adjoining or close by the mineral-bearing lands acquired by iiic government. "The government land pur- I chasers did not know tin's \yis : going on at the time." siacl Mc- jOowei!. "They learned about it i afterward. But all this will come j out in testimony at one of the pub- M"-' hearings." |. Th" promoter, he added, is now in i ans. lie has a brother in Chi- jcago McDowell said, and he may ue called to testify Mrs. E. J. Smith was hostess- to a. theater party on Friday even; ing complimenting Mis.s Marie j Harrell. bride-elect. The guests met I at Mrs. Smith's home, which was j decorated with arrangements of I a variety ot summer flowers Mis 1 ' i Kan-ell was given a shoulder cor- | sage; of white carnations. l After the show Mrs. Smith served delicious refreshments at her i home to: the honoree. Mrs Van Harrel). Miss Virginia Lou' Har- I rell, Mrs. J. A. Yanecy, Mrs. J. A. Eagle. Miss Nona ' Catherine basic. Mrs. Charlie Thomas, Mrs. , J. B. Hesterly, Mrs. C. Ray Hoz] endorf. Mrs. Hay Can- and Mrs S B. Gee. Miss Harrell was presented a lovely gift of crystal in i her chosen pattern. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Doyle T. Johnson ' announce the marriage of their j daughter. Miss Janett 'Johnson to ] Dick Pittman. son o£ Mr. and Mrs ! Allen Pittman. j The marriage was solemnized on i Saturday evening, September 4 j Mrs. Pete Pitlman of Chicago. j 111. was the bride's only attendant. . Pete Pittman served 'his brother j a:s best man. i Mrs. Pittman attended re:;cott jlligh School. I Mr. Pitiman is a corporal in i the army and is stationed at Ft ! Brag;;. North Carolina. He will be j discharged in October and they ! will make their home in Chicago. | Mrs. Lillie Butcher has return, <'d to her home in Dallas, Texas ; after spending the week end with [ her mother, Mrs. Thad Butcher. burlap backs Old McRae Hardware Building Hope, Arkansas I Li., lap siicl-.s have many uses in , .».' home and for crafls. explains I Home Demonstration Agent I o "'I I'lnn- Llackwood. llomemaker.s in ; Hempstead county will ri lu l they ; can Peach burlap sacks wiih (1,'e , iollowing formula: (i gallons of i luati-i; ^ pound., of chloride of j3a ; l!n 'e: and 3 ]«junds of caustic soda tvv|5 i Procedure: Dissolve the lime ill ; mo. wale;-, .slirriii.-.; until u-e)l mi'.-f d lh; ' n 1>'L the residue settle ';,,,([ ;slr;i!;i through chees.'clnlh ef eoar.se doth. Add the caustic . s()1 |a ; Mixing: When mixim- the (••ui- ; '!'.'. l>e sure to .stir ihe soluiio'i : thoroughly until mixed. This will • ; <=M probiibly cause some beat and it i.-: oetler to use an earthen vessel :<Uh'->ugh a galvanised or iron ves- tel will do. LileachiiKj process: la-move all m stains troni tlu- burlap and b • cer- ;g- lam tii.u all dirt is removed. This iS-3 l;:: " clu1 "-' ljv I'laeim.'. it in ,-, ;j-| u ashing machine, usin;., nothim- [i;S '" ll fh 1 '"' water, as soap ,,,iL'h7 i^ l '" ! '"' ll -, I( :i ^va.-hing marliine' is i* : y.| nnnules. tlu-n force it lhrou"h the *:M v \ ah r , v -' ill) ll 'e hands or di|,' it U | : , .'•;;> Time consumed in bleaclima: It ';;:, has heen lound that in .som,. Jases ;i/i v.-bere l:ie good:-' an- kept moviir'' 'gi '•'•'•• Ihe inixture. HI minutes will give !' i! in l:ie snlutinii for !! or II hours .'.•lUii-'Ul injury in tl u - iabrie: bin it i-; ad\;.-,ible in u-si bei'or..- aiieimn- i: ' :; '•!";- length o! lime lo avoid a.i!i;...'.:e m ul! the lahric. siie cau- t: " !L -"' In a washing maeiiine Ibe >-• kepi mii\ in:-, lor ; s e a: i < color shnv.s up, tiien £.-^ ~ - .' ' - - i. ;• i ' ii'.'eel : 'S»v liiiiso v.ell: Alter remo>, i. u. e ni:!-, Dr. and Mrs. Jack Harrell and daughter Amelia have returned from a vacation at Lake Success- Resort in Eureka Springs. Wednesday, Sept. 8 , The Methodist choir will meet j at the church at 7:30 p.m. There will be choir practice at the Presbyterian church at 7:15 p.m. Margaret to Campaign for Father Washington. Sept. t! — fUPi — Margaret Trum-.u is going to quit paint'tig Die kitchen limiiUire and go in .for sonic serious campaigning widi her lather. The 24-year-old, blond" daughter of the prcsideni accompanied him on his June trip to the West Coast. It. was then that the rather middle-aged and unromiuilic advisers to the president discovered that Margaret was a big favorite with crowds. So. Miss Truman made the Labor Day swing thiouyh Michigan with (he president earlier this week. She got such a terrific hand from crowds along the way that the president described her as "my greatest a'sset." Between trips Lhis summer, Margaret has been home in Independence. Mo., with her mother, painting kitchen and porch furniture, grubbing in a little flower garden by the house and practicing for what she hopes will be an opera debut after the election. Holaxing on the sunny south portico of the White House after sue returned from Michigan wi.h her father yesterday, Miss Truman said she was a trifle awed, but completely pleased, over the way people greeted her during the campaign trips. "Honestly," she said, "it is embarrassing sometimes. On trips now, she usually rides ill an open car just behind the president's automobile. The crowd sees the president first because he usually is sitting up on the rear of ins car. Then the crowd starts for "his daughter." "Hiya, Maggie,',', is a .shout. "Sing us a song." i Margaret isn't about .„ songs during a political swing. "I don't want my singing mixed up with politics," she said Her pel project for the ' future, aside from her father's re-election, is opera. Plans for her first opera appearances have not firmed up. but she hopes to start out in "Higolctlo." Meantime, Margaret plans to The hiss of big snakes and boa constrictors can be heard a considerable distance. to hunt frequent to sing take every campaign trip with her father from now to election clay. Mrs. Truman also will make no western swing which starts I Sept. 17. Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Gee and daughter Mary Ethel of Texarkana spent the week end visiting relatives and friends. Mrs. Esther E. Huskey has recently returned from a vacation trip to points of interest in Canada where she has spent the summer visiting lelatives and friends. Algy Dilliard of Cainden visited friends in Present! Monday. Mr. Dilliard was a former resident of Prescott. Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Clements who have been ihe recent ['UesU of her mother Mrs. Hartwclf Grec| son have returned to their home j in Midland, Michigan. j Mr. and Mrs- Steel Moore and jchiidieit. Sammy and E.skeridge Ituth have returned to their borne i in Dallas. To::as alter a visit with i Mrs. Moore's parent:;, Mr. and ; Mrs. S. U. Logan. Mrs. Marion Hou.se has rc-turn- ! ed from Hot Springs where she : has been visiting. i Mr. and Mrs. Conrad White and i daughter, Joan of l.itJle Knck re- i turned to their home Monday I : ' ;|L !' ;i visit, with Mrs. YV. 1; ' White and other relatives. Jimmy lU-nns !<•!( on Sundav [ lor College Station. Texas where I he- will be , nroMed at Texas A i M. He wa:, accompanied by J. 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