Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 17, 1948 · Page 6
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Page Six HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Friday, September 17, 1948 Years of Top Cast ii The "Best Years 'if Our live:-." a film that won Academy award?, •will play at the Satru-,,-r theater three days starling Sunday. The picture, one that nobody should miss, stats Myrna Loy, Frederic March, Dana Andrews. Teresa Wright, Virginia Mayo and many other well-known slurs. Republic's eagerly awaited "Old Los Angeles." starring William Ellitt, Joan Carroll. Catherine McLeod and Joseph Schildkraut, opens Sunday at the Kialto theatre. — TODAY - SATURDAY starring Marsha Hunt • William Lundigan CSiar'as Winningsr • Gail Patrick • DON 'Red' BARRY ® NOAH BEERY The stellar trio so outstanding as stars of "The Fabulous Texnn" is teamed again by popular demand. The long-time favorite, Josoph Schildkraut, is added to make this a four-star picture, literally and figuratively speaking. The glamorous days of the early Los Angeles furnish the background for the plot, set in JB4H. Klliott is a young Missouri frontier marshal who journeys to California to join his brother in gold prospecting. Upon his arrival, he learns that his brother has been murdered by one of th'J outlaw ring which controls the city. A j righteous vengeance to track down the assassin becomes the dom'.nai- ing factor of the Missourian's life. The first of his top suspects is charming but ruthless Johnny Mo- roll, a role which John Carroll brings to life realistically. The second suspect is gambler LUJE Savardin, played with his customary finesse by Joseph Scbild- kraut. Lastly is a lovely singer and dancer, delightfully pottrayec' by Catherine McLcod. The investigation is tense throughout. It is complicated b v one unexpected event after an other, and then by the machina tions of a misguided Mexican girl, played by Estelita Rodriguez. The plot proceeds to build up to an exciting climox in which the outlaw responsible for the city's rampant lawlessness pays lor his crimes. Producer-dricctor Joseph Kann. an old and able hand at this type of action movie, has outdone him' self on every score. "Old Los Angeles" is heartily recommended to the family audiences because iV weaves together educational values and .wholcsomcncs.s without sacri- [ ficing an iota of enjoyment or diversion. At the Saenger Sunday Strengthening of Arkansas Motor Lows Recommended Little Rock, Sept. 15 —(VP)- SirenKthening of Arkansas' moto vehicle laws was. recommended to day by the National Safety Coun cil. Don Hill of Chicago field repre sentative of the national council told the Arkansas Safely Counci at a meeting here today that the state should: ' (1) Place full responsibility foi enforcing a motor vehicle operators' uniform code under one agency instead of several as.it IE at present; (2) Revise laws to make chemical tests for alcohol in the blood Farm Cash Receipts A I "3 tP\ & Tm V Above 1947 Dam Andrews and Teresa Wright, Myrna Loy and r'rcdric March arc the happy lovers in this scene from "The Best Years of Our Lives. Farmers' cash receipts during By JOSEPH NOLAN the first seven months of lil-l!! were United Press Staff Correspondent above those of a year ago, but | Democratic National Chairman produetion costs were up even'J. Howard McGralh today accused more. As a result, the not income i ihe Republicans oil re.iorling to Skites Righters Want Arkansas to Reject 1 Trumcm dat"s who actively and actually ex- poiise the principles and objectives of our party." ff^ If the stale convention endorses 1 President Truman in good conscience, "then it must amend and Mananna. Sept. Hi -,/P, States i =''"'^40 Hio clocim-r.liimoC principles Rights Democrats want Arkansas!;'"' 1 P° llc ."r >s , to , vl " „!' to reject President Tinman as the I I'' 11 " 1 " 1 , 1 ld .° )1(J ^> '""' '"' Democratic nominee or change L> :l Sgoll i;ald " stale parly rules lo conform lo his civil rights "Ideology." A lot'or asking that Arkansas pi esidential electors be pledged ce Backers of farmers for the first half of 1048 probably was below that of the same period a year ago. What does this mean to farm ! "Unamerican" tac.ics to Calit'orniaiio from hearing dent Truman speak. MeGrath cited the prevent Prcsi- Los to the States Rights ticket has been | jsenl lo iill elected officials and j j Democratic party nominecs'j'in Ar-1 Little Hock, So;-. 1C — (iP) -£:' I Kansas by John L. ,Dagelt | Henry Wallace's Progressive par- Mari;mna . member of the ' States ! i y w []i s( . { ,k a place on the Arkan- to Take Court Acfrbn Little Hock, Democrats' executive eom- and avoiding debts. Recent restrictions on installment buying passed by the summer session of Congress are aimed to help families avoid heavy indebtedness, she explains. The Federal Reserve Board in an August report estimated that American families are saving less this year than last. The Board also estimated that more than a fourth of Iho families surveyed had spent more money than they made. "These two findings of the Federal Reserve Board should warn farm families of the importance of carefully planning the exnenditurcs of the family income," Mrs. Blackwood states. ad to transfer their rally to- a smaller stadium. • Republicans explained they needed the bowl for "lighting rehearsals" Ihe night the president is in town. MeGrath said the R conduct is reprehensible american." And he added that spite GOP efforts Mr. Truman be heard by "The plain people. . . I wherever he speak;;." I The president leaves \Vashing- I Ion by Irain tomorrow and makes ihis first formal speech Saturday at I'i plowing contest in Dexter, la. iHe speaks in Los Angeles next Thursday. Dewey will -appear IB i c. "Un-1 do- | will' sas ballot through court action. R. W. Tucker of Batcsville, Arlc. attorney for the Arkansas for Wallace coinmiltoa has been instructed to seek a writ of mandamus in Pulaslrt circuit court to force Secretary' of Stale C. G. Hall to place Progressive party electors on the | ballot. tors to Governor Strom Thurmond Petitions seeking to place Pro- am:! Fielding Wright, slates' Rights Igrcssive Party electors on the bal- i:.ir,clir!ate~. "as the only presiden- i lots as independents were filed,,, tial and vice presidential 'candi-'Sept. 3 and were rejected by Hall. 1 ' emocralic sialc convcnlion Hock. Sepl. 211-24 -is lo de- cide'how to instruct the state's nine presidential electors. Daggcit, called on the 1 *- parly leaders to help obtain action* by the convention pledging Arkansas elec- __..1'U,'-^E^3- IH.UH. i.»s ihe drop on WILLIAM ELLIOTT in a scene from Republic's "OLD LOS ANGELES," co-starring CATHERINE McLEOD. Enrolls m U. Low School day.- Fayettcvi'le. Sepl. 1(5 — (.I 1 ) — Jack Schropshire, Little Rock Negro, has enrolled in the University of Arkansas law school. Dean Robert A. Leflar said today Schropshire registered as a first year student. He will attend classes apart from those of white students. A Texarkana negro, Silas Hunt, was enrolled in the law school last spring but dropped out because illness. The bill of a penguin is stout and covered with several separate horny plates. THEIR LOVE MAKES IT YOU i? BEST THRILL OF THE YEAR! Miss Beryl Henry, former superintendent of Hope Public Schools, addressed at a meeting of the Prescott Parent Teachers Association today. Dr. H. L. Paisley will be guest speaker at First Presbyterian church Sunday at 11 a.m. Winners in the opening day parade of Nevada County Fair were: first, Garden Club; second, Producers Dairy Association; third, the Negro float. The fair is now in progress and will continue through Saturday. Tuesday in Fulton her sisters. as the guest of Mrs. Homer Ward. Mrs. Elmer Tippitt and Mrs. Dewey Stripling spent Tuesday in Texarkana. Mrs. Jim Cole and Mrs. Jones of Hope attended the colt Fair on Wednesday. Dale Pros- Mrs. D. K. Bemis and children Knox and Jessica have returned from Texarkana where they have been the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pope Briley. sumc his trip. In New York, will seek the eye institute of the Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center where the. first operation was performed. "The doctors said I might get 60 to 90 per cent of my sight back," Peddicord said, lingering his snapshots. ''These arc going to be the fflst things I look at." there the t'ollowin While' the GOP standard bearer nreparcd to set out from Albany, N. Y.. on Sunday, his vice presidential running irate Earl Warren, was already on the campaign trail. Speaking in Reno. Ncv., Warren praised Dewey as a man i "able to use his head as well as i his heart in til 1 .; interests of gr/o.'l • and fair government." He also pledged himself to work lor a bigger and better conservation program for the west. Warren makes his first ma'or address tonight at Salt Lake Citv. Utah. This will be followed by 2-1 ether speeches and nearly (i!) platform appearances during a mcnth-long tour of the nation. From Albany came word that o f | Dewey has made up his mind to do 'plenty of campaigning in states where GOP senate; candidates are having-rough going. Dewcy's aider; hinted he will make numerous rear - plalform appearances in 1 stales like, Iowa. Colorado. Mon- he liana nnd New Mexico. GOP strategists are intent on holding their present 51-41 edge in the Senat' 1 and widening it wherever possible. The art of giving ceramic tile a lustre finish was a jealously guarded secret in ancient Mesopotamia. re si (Bobcats ) (CurSey Wolves) The Hooker-Nelson Post .No. 51, American Legion will hold public installation of officers on Friday evening at 7:30 at the Legion Hut. All members of the post, all Legion Auxiliary members and the public are invited and urged to attend. Woman's Missionary Society of the First Presbyterian church met Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Archie Johnson. Mrs. Vcrnon Fore, president, conducted the business session. Mrs. Joe R. Hamilton presented the program for the afternoon on Hawaii from the mission study book "On our own Doorstep." Mrs. Ham- iltQn also gave an inspiring devo- Mrs. O. R. Pcachcy, Mrs. Henry Thompson and Sid Loomis who is worthy patron of the O.E.S. spent Tuesday in Magnolia and took the Proficiency test of the Order of the Eastern Star given by the Columbia Chapter of Magnolia. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Hitlle and daughter left on Wednesday for New Mexico where they will make their home. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Wood of Blevins announce the birth of a daughter on September 7 at Cora Donncll hospital. _ delicious salad plate was ser- veo*ty)l: Mrs. Hamilton, Mrs. Fore, Mrs. Powell Morgan, Mrs. George Chr.istoph.er, Mrs. Bob Reynolds. Mrs. John Hubbard, Mrs. Sidney Parker Davis, Mrs. Horace Me- j Cain',' Mrs. Warren Cummings. Mrs. Jaak Harrell and Mrs. Carl Dairy$«•'• poll tax drive is now being in Nevada county by Ihe & PVV Club with the co-operation of Sheriff Otis Langslon. Miss Mary J. Purllc, of By MARK A. FISHER Chicago, Sept. ](i —(/Pi—A young man who is bhjjcl rested hercs today on his hitchhike trip across Ihe continent to New York for ai j operation he hopes will restore his sight. Clarence Pcddicord. 30, set on week daughtei w.. , . , . llesterly L. Purtle ot Laneburg. has •'» hl i> I'a'ardous. journey a been appointed to the staff ot Ihe!; 1 " 0 from hlB homc at Poltland Veterans Administration at North Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Lemons of Waldron have been the recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sardis Greer. Mrs. Amanda Cox of Longview, Texjis is the guest of her daughter, "Mrs. II. E. Davis and Mr. Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Vernoh Fore re- Monday night 1'rbm Fayetlur* \iure where they accompanied 1'ffl l"r'e and Harley Cox. Pal and I-farley pledged Kappa Sig. Mrs. John L. Mackuwn Jr. acid •ons John and David ol Piltsburg, Pa. are the guests of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Waller. Mrs. Thomas J'Vwoody. Mr.--. Joe Wray and Mrs. Vaughn J>ri;;ht spent Tuesday in Texarkana. Mrs. Martin CJuthrii Logan, Mrs. D. L. Mis. T. C. McHue day in Texarkana all miilor Hill .said 1(10 a yea i'kans;/> c nd S-l,f>()(i, iiiuially. lie ' hould It's here! We've got the car you've been waiting to see ... the car we've been itching to show you. The car pictured here is a picture of beauty. But we're sure you'll agree with us that it's even more beautiful, in person, this NEW Ford in your future! So come in to our showrooms, today, and see for yourself! Come in for the thrill of it! Seats like your sofa Soft and wide, for comfort and room. Front seat is 57", rear seat a full 60"! Plenty of hip and shoulder room for 3 BIG people on each one! Ore. Besides his white cane, he car rie.d a battered suitcase and two week's supply ol food in a pape bag. In his w.plet were $7 and pictures of his wife and children, wlicjfci lie has never seen. Tpe food was half gone by the lin'T- Pc'ddicord reached here. His fund:- had shrunk to (12 cents. Bui his determination was unwavering. "I have everything to gain and nothing to lose." he said. "I'm sure-, the woi'.ic is over. Peddicord lost his sight 11 years ago in a refrigeration exnlosiun. In liIKi a New York specialist performed a preliminary -operation •and told him lo return in a year ;lrn- ij, enmea graft. ! HIM* when the year was up, he 'didn't have Ihe money for the trip. He had married, meantime, and i!>..•• ami h i wo girl: the m by : door. I That made him all the more .-m-oujjfsi lo regain his sight.' He wanted to be able to see his family. ArSI )v wanted a better job. At 'last he decided to wait no mge£. He gathered together all the I'feids lie could and set out on his trip For the Fast. Til'.' trip hasn't been easy. ' sn'l carry a siun. He .ssahds ')>' liie edge of the high". av |jnri wave;, his arms v.iu-n he bears' ears or trucks approaching. Once he stood for seven Incurs cm an unknown road. Bui several Poddicord supported selling brooms door-to- Choice o Choose either the powerful ne\v V-3 or great new SIX. Either one's a smoothy. Upsto 10% increase in gas economy! .ip. Up to 2§% with Overdrive, optional at;ex$a "-* White s/'dewo// f/'/es available al tilta co:t. '•Mid Ship" Ride -k travel in the level center section of Ford's "Lounge Car" Interior where the going's smoothest! £/ in your tutu re 220 W. Second Street pent mu.sl of his moii"y buy- ! ,s for cciu- motorist who tcio. Another time he Lin- r.;lv ilauLV'ii down a bus anil j back awav embarrassed to '.\'indlicin funds, i is best break Binds la.. '.vhc'iv V.'il- Moian of Chicago picked him ul brought him all liie way

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