Two HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS arkei Report ,jf. LOUIS LIVESTOCK ^National Stockyards. 111.. Sept. | *_ ?/p) _ Hogs 7,500: 200-200 )bs \p 30.25: fully 50 cents hghcr than fMay heavier hogs scarce: pigs pd light hoijs strong to mo.?l!y 25 ikher; 160*190 loss 29.00-75; 130-150 J(5 20 50-2B7S; 10-120 Ibs 23.5-25.7 (Hvs strong to 50 higher bulk -100 3S down 2B.O-28.0; few at 28.50 vci- 40 ibs 23.0-25. -Cattle t 8,500: calves 2,500; oneii- jg trade Slow on all classes ^TI- lal undertone easy; one load high <wd to choice steers 35.00 some bciice steers held higher; few tKvs barely steady to slightly low- f! common nntl medium kinds 5.50-21.00; canriers and cutters J.50-18.00 bulls steady; medium nd good • 22.0-23.50 good and bdice vealers 1.00 higher at 29.0?.0; common and medium 18.003,0, :'•' < , Sheep 4,00; trade opening slow b early bids or sales. 6RAIN 'AND PROVISIONS o, Sept. 20— (If) Renewed nfcrt Covering in the September Sen contract lifted prices from the |iy'-s low toward the close of the card trade .session, Earlier there had been consider- We liquidation in that, contract. 'he price reacted, as much" ns 3 •8 cents froin the day's high, the e?ult of a decline of as much as »'<?cnls-In the cash corn market. ^Generally there was little interest $, 'wheat. Oate carried a steady liSei-tOttc, jj lAt the close wheat was 3-8 to IT'S TIME*TO SHINE WITH... 7H&5HME7HAT smvsi because it has a hard-wax finish GRIFFIN BLACK • BROWN .TAN -OXBIOOD Hope Star Star of Hope 1899; Press 1927, Consolldofcd January 18, 1929 Published every weekday afternoon b, STAR PUBLISHING CO. C. E. Palmer, President Alex. H. Washburn, Secretary-Treasurer at the Star buildin? 212-2M South Walnut "Street, Hope, Ark. Alex. H. Washburn, Editor & Publisher Paul H. Jones, Managing Editor George W. Hosmer, Mech. Supt, Jc« M. Davis, Advertising Monuger Entered as second class matter at Iht Post Office a! Hope, Arkansas, under ths Act of March 3, 1897. (AP)—Means Associated Press. (NBA)—Means Newspaper Enterprise Association. Subscription Rates: (Always Payable Ir Advance): By city carrier per we&k 20t per month 85c. Mall rates—in Herno- stead, Nevada, Howard, Miller one Laroyette counties, $4.50 per year; else where $8.50. NoHonol Advertising Representative- A'kansos Dailies, Inc.; Memphis Tenr. jtcrick Building; Chicago, 400 North Mich igan Avenue; New York City, 292 Modist. Ave.; Detroit, Mich., 2842 W Gram Blvd.; Oklahoma City, 314 Terminal Bldq "•lew Orleans, 722 Union St. Member of the Associated Press: Th Associated Press is entitled exclusively ti the use for re-publication of atl the loco news printed in this newspaper, cs well a all AP news dispatches. cent lower than Saturday's close, higher to 3-4 lower, September Seplember $2.25 1-2. Corn was 1-2 $1.09 3-4-70. Oats were 1-U higher to 1-4 lower, September 71 1-2-3-8. Rye was 1-2 lower, December $1.59 1-4. Soybeans were 1 1-4 to 2 1-2 lower, November $2.45-44 3-4. Spot wheat was a little lower with the futures trade today; basis steady; receipts 55 cars. Corn was three to five cents lower; bookings 70,000 bushels; receipts 262 cars. Oats were unchanged to a cent less; basis unchanged; receipts 53 cars. Soybeans receipts were 17 cars. Yankee Flag Discovered at Tennessee e. Tcnn., Sept. 20 --I/IV- For 2G years, more or lr£X. they thought it was the flag of Missouri hanging alongside colors of 12 other slates in the University "f the South chapel here. But somebody blundered, suit. Instead of Missouri's it's the ting of that Yankee state of Massachusetts. Nobody knows how. or when, it happened. All they know is this: .Back in !922 the United Daughters of the Confederacy laundit-d a project to pbtatn for the chapel flogs of the'fl3 states whose Episcopal dioceses own the: University of the South' and its surrounding 10.000 acre-domain atop the Cumberland. plateau. Missouri's: flag failed to arrive- in time for the dedication ceremony. One did show up from Missouri late and was placed en the flanstaff representing that state. Whether the (lag originally received was Missouri's or later switched, is a matter of mystery. But the on" hanging thnre now, it developed last week, is Massa- sarhn.setls'. After all those years the northern intruder likely will remain. The fire on the SS Morro Castle in 1934 killed 125 persons. fie, Illinois Central, Rock Island Goodrich. Montgomery Ward Case. Martin, 'Douglas, American Smelting, Du Pont, Allied Chemical. Owens Illinois, Standard Oil (NJ), and Paramount. Bonds were narrow. Laney May Ask Aid forStates Righters | Little Hock, Sept. 20 — (/!>)—Gov. 'ernor Laney indicated today that lit- will give ait! and comfort to tlu: move to have the State Derno- jcr.'itic presidential electors pledged I to the.States Rights candidates. ! The chief executive is to address ; Die Ec'rnocralic state convention ;Thursday. He told his news con- ;leience that he might make some recommendation one way or an- jcnher to the convention. I "I haven't decided just what jvcl," he added. ] The governor said later that he jprooably will "present some facts" and ask the delegates to consider 'them .in their deliberations. i The governor did not specify I what facts he might present but 'launched into another attack un ! the present national leadership of 1 the Democratic party. 1 'If you would measure Presi- jdent Truman and Howard Mc- jGrath (Democratic national chair- jmani by the Arkansas Democratic j party rules not one could qualify to vole in Arkansas." Hie governor said. "I ask you who has bolted; who lias violated the party rule?" Lancy, long a foe of President j Truman and his civil rights pro- igram, said he had not been invited j to the .states rights meeting here j tomorrow. | Asked if he would attend if in- jVilcd, Lancy answered: "that de- Monday, Seplember 20, 1948 pcnds on what I would have to do. I -certainly wouldn't be ashamed to attend that, meeting." Answering a f|uestion, Governor Laney said he had nof.hrard the '•aoio speech in which Hep. Brooks Hays yesterday urged the state Democratic convention to support the national party nominee. but said he had read newspaper re- Ports of the speech. In it. the til'ih district con«rcsF- iTu-n s.iid it would be dishonest to give the Democratic label to any candidates other th-m Mr. Triimaii and Senator Barkley. Cominenlii'.g on that remark, the governor said that pledging Arkansas electors to the slates rights ticket "would be no more dishonest than savin;; you are againsl a man and all his policies but will support him." Hays, in his talk.criticized Mr. Truman's civil rights program hut .said he would vote for'the president. "There is such athing as political hypocrisy," Laney declared. "A man who makes an open fight is less n political hypocrite than OIK; who says lie is against a candidate and all his policies but is Still going along with him." Tug Reaches Continued From Page One fruit, flour, eggs and meat." The Lachmonar is hard aground ion little Cayman island south of (Cuba and apparently has ridden lout Ihc worst of the hurricane. j The hurricane center was cx- ipectecl to reach the vicinity of the Usle of pines south of Cuba, early this afternoon and the south coast Four Suspended Following Jail Break Chicago. Sept. 20 — f/T'l — Four Cook county jail officials have been suspended by Sheriff Elmer of Cuba later in the day. The western end of Cuba was closed to flying as a preliminary measure and the llancho Boyeros :iirpoit at Havana which handles ,lhe heavy traffic from Miami was [shut down. I Chief Storm Forecaster Grady jrJorton said the Florida area under ;the alert was from Miami south on the East Coast and from Everi.'lads south on the West Coa«it Miami had 20 mile winds and key- jwest 25 mile winds this morning M. Walsh, pending, an investigation into the jail break Saturday night of three prisoners. Two of the escapees, Alphonso Najera, 2(i. and Chester Miller, 34, were seized shortly before noon yesterday while sitting on a park bench. The third man, Eddie VI- cek, 21. is still being sought. Sheriff Walsh said his investigation so far has indicated that the break was "clue to negligence on the part of the four' suspended men." The officials suspended are William Green, jail superintendent; Arthur C. Shoeberg, assistant superintendent; Waller JVadc. a ijuai-d. and Michael Sabatello, as- sistanl day superintendent. Manufacturing plants have more than 41.000 fires annually. Arabs There are 75,000 fires in motor vehicles each year. U.S. Continued From Page One would amount to a 'new Arab rival tor Jewish Israel.! Trans-Jordan's defense minister, Fawzi Pasha, announced the appointment of Lt. Col. Abdulla Eey Tell, a veteran of the Palestine fight, as acting military governor of Jerusalem to succeed Hilrny Pasha. For quick comforting help for Backacb*. Ri!£u:zmMc Pains, Getting Up Nights, stron* cloudy urine. Irritating passages, Log Pain*, circles under eyes, and twollen ankles, du< to uon-orgntiJc find non-systemic KJdnty and Bladder troubles, try Cyslex, Quick, complcti satisfaction or money back guarontead. Auk your druggist for Cystex today. NEW YORK STOCKS New York, Sept. 20 —M 1 )—Heavy selling forced prices down 1 to around 3 points today on the stock vVmarket. T Volume pushed to around 300,000 shares, one of the largest total in more than a month. Steels ' and rails led the downturn which gained momentum from the start. Some selected issues stiffened against the downward movement after mid-day, but their resistance was not great enough to stem the tide. Utilities and airlines held fairly steady with prices unchanged to slightly lower in dull trading. Among largest losers were U. S. Steel, Youngstown Sheet Tube Chrysler, Santa Fe, Southern Paci- ATHLETE'S FOOT HAS I PUT FOLKS IN HOSPITAL AthleteVFoot (Toe Itch) Is Not , Something To Be Neglected Whlete's Foot ,(Toe. Ilchi is a l.vmg fungus that yets into the skin t can spread, and a dangerous infection can result. Get at the tor- nent-of your watery bh<,tc| or skm clacking toe itch as soon as it rtaits, with ths new bqwnliflc Nush's KAYO, developed by one of the rtc^est and largest Southern-drug fiims after years of research Clean painless Nash's KAYO dels to gently peel off the outer skin so its indication can get at the torment. There is nothing finer, nor more DOS Hive than Nash's KAYO, and a Guarantee Certificate accompanies 5?gch bottle. Any doctor will tell you it's dangerous to delay with Athlete's Foot, so act today. Nash's KAYO costs only 50c a bottle. Fohn P. Cox Pharmacy —Adv. | POULTRY AND PRODUCE j Chicago, Sept. 20 f/P) — Butter steady; receipts (two days) 779.991 .prices unchanged to 1-2 cent a ] pound lower; 93 score AA 76' 29 A 75; 90 B 67.5: 89 C 84.5; cars' 90 B G8.5; 89 C 05.75. ! Eggs firm; receipts (two days) . 20,200; prices one to four cents a j dozen higher; UM S. extra 70 pet and up a 50-58; GO-69.9 pet a 52; 00-69.9 pet a 52; U. S. Standards 40-47; current receipts 37; dirties I 36: checks 32. i Live poultry; unsettled; receipts ; 22 trucks; prices unchanged to two • cents a pound lower; fob; fowl 34! leghorn fowl 32; roasters 31-35; fryers 34-40; broilers 37-40; old roosters 2,'i; fob wholesale market; ducklings 34; heavy clucks 31- small ducks 20. o •—— NEW ORLEANS COTTON Now Orleans, Sept. 20 — C/P) — Cotton futures advanced here early today but softened later under long liquidation and scattered hedge selling. Closing prices were' steady, 70 cents to $1JO a bale lower. Oct high 31.39 — low 31.10 — close 31.16-17 Dec high 31.09 — low 30.8G — close 30.87-90 Men high 30.93 — low 30.70 — close May high 30.72 —- low 30.47 — close 30.47 Jly high 29.99 — low 29.65 -T- close 29.65 NEW YORK COTTON New York, Sept. 20 —(#>)—Cotton futures were irregular in moderately active dealings today. The market displayed early strength on trade and commission house buying, but lost a good part of the advance on profit taking Futures closed $100 a bale lower to 75 cents higher than the previous close. Oct high 31.42 — low 31.19 — last 31.19 off 19 c Dec high 31.09 — low 30.92 — last 20.94 off 12 Men high 30.91 — low 30.74 — last 20.76-77 off 11-12 May high 30.71 — low 30.49 -— last 30.51 off 1G Jly high 30.00 — low 29.70 — last 29.70 off 2 Oct high 27.75 — low 27.48 — last 27.63-OG up 12-15 Middling slot 31.95N off 17. N-nominal. Hope's Newest and Most Modern Department Store. Outfitters for the Entire Family, at Popular Prices Old McRae Hardware Building Hope, Arkansas N her own story, Mrs. Oksana Kasenkina, Russian schoolteacher—who risked death fay leaping from the consulate window rather than return home—reveals startling unpublished facts about how she was seized by Soviet officials and kept prisoner in the consulate. This is only part of the amazing story she has to tell. 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