Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 6, 1948 · Page 2
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"^ge Two HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Wiclnesdhy, October 6, GRAIN AND PROVISIONS Chicago, Oct. G — i/Pi — A fir: trend in the cash market bolstered ft n.-os oh the board of trade to- ' dn But g ains were small and j n 'Ins? continue;! in a rut. i ft rn was up a few cents in the | ) i t market as a leading process- j '•).,' interest sought the grain. East-j tin and southcasl-'ni feeders and; M'd'ssois wanted oats, shipping •le> from here totaling moo than I'O ''f.O bushels. Wheat h?ld steady on fair-sized floui business, both foreign and do- t tr, ''o, .Soy-pans gained slightly ! in line with a price advance for i i ic,h loans. Lard was lower most r r the day despite trade reports fie army quartermaster office was (.spieled to buy several million pounds. \\heat closed 1-C lower to 1-1 h)«lier. Decemvber $2.25, com was unchanged to 7-8 higher. Dece'n- br SI.-10 3-4—7-8. oats were" unchanged to 7-8 higher, Decemvber SI 10 3-)—7-fl, oats were unchanged to 7-B higher, December 74 2-4—7" rye was unchanged to 3-4 high- 01 December S1.G5 1-4, and sdy- t urns were 1-2 lo 1 cent' higher. November $2.44 1-4—1-2. Spot wheat followed Allures in a .steady to firmer trend today: bins steady; receipts 14 cars. Corn v a? two to four cenls higher on o' 1 cron offerings; bookings 15.000 bushels old and 5.000 bushels new shipping sales 35,000 bushels; receipts 20 cars. Oats were one to t*o cents higher: basis sleady lo firmer: shipping sales 117,00 Ob'ush- els rcceaipts two ears. Soybeans luce'pts were 50'cars. POULTRY AND PRODUCE Chicago. Ocl. e — iff) — Live poultry: Fowl steady, chickens unsettled; receipts 31 trucks, our t.'i prices unchanged to a cent a t>ound lower; roasters 30-35; fryer 31-'K; broilers :i3-38: balance unchanged. Butter steady; receipts 4113,152: prices unchanged except 1-2 cent a ' ' md higher on 93 score AA at (10 Hope Star Stor of Hope 1899; Press 1927, Cnnsolidolcd January 18, 1929 Published over/ weekday afternoon b\ STAR PUBLISHING CO. C. E. Palmer, President . H. Woshburn, Set retary-Trcasuror at the Star buildinn -2M South Walnut Sneer Hopo, Ark. Alex. Alex. H. Woshburn, Editor & Puhlishc 1 Paul H. Jones, Monarjinc) Editor Gcorgo W. Hosrncr, Mech. Svjpt. Jess M. Davis, A-'vcrthinq r/annqer Entered a*, second clem matter ot Post Office o; Hope, Arkansas, under Act of March 3, 1897. tht (AP)—Moons Associated Press. (NTA)—A/pani Now;poDor Enterprise As'.ociolion. Subscription Rotes: (Always Payable Ir Advance): By city carrier per wcc-k 20r per month 85c. Mail rales—-in Homp- strad, Nevada, Howard, Miller anc LaFavcfte counties, S4.50 per year; else Where $8.50. Notional Advertising Representative — Afkonios Dnifics, Inc.; rV.nrnphis, Tcnr. Sterick Buildinn; Chicago, .400 North Mich igan Avenue; New York Cily, 292 Modiste I Ave.; Detroit, Mich., 2S42 V/. Gram Blvd.; Oklahoma City, 3H Terminal Blda Mfw Ofii.-ons. 722 Union St, Member of (ho Associated Press; Th Associated Press is entitled exclusively ti the use for ropublicalion of all the loco news printed in this newspaper, cs well o jll AP nev/s dispatches. Braves Continued From Pa;;e One one bounce to Boudreau. Homes raised an easy fly to Mitchell. Doby takes Dark's fly. No runs, no hits, no errors, none left. Sixth Inning Indians Doby rappeu a single ,. With the hit and run play on. Boudreau smacked a one bouncer . UI./U..I t ^ u u ^11 iut;iYt,u u one ijou -,„.. steady to firm: receipts 3,- KO Stanky who tossed him out. 977 prices unchanged. Gordon fliecl to Rickert in left —o—.— center ST. LOUIS LIVESTOCK National Stockyards, 111. Oct. G to the Doi. holding second. Keltner sent Rickert back almost i— 'USDAl Hogs 4,000;harrows and gilts 50-5 higher than Tuesday's average: bulk 200-2CO Ibs 2400-75: top 24.75: virtually no heavy hogs: IfiO-190 Ibs largely 24.00-50 ?3-'iO Ibs-21.50-23.50: occasional [field. <• 're 150-1(10 Ibs up lo 24.00- 10-1 Robinson sent an 320 Ibs 18.5-22.0: bulk sows 40 [Holmes field wall for his 350- no errors one foot line drive. No runs, one left. Seventh Inning Indians Jndnich flietl lo Holmes in easy fly to Ibs down 21.25-23"f)0; heavier kind Is 3f! 10-21.00; stags mostly H. 50-18.0; boms 12.50-15.0. Cattle 4,50; cales 1,20: one lead better than average medium steers about steady at 2G.OO corn- men and medium heifers and mixed yearlings 18.50-25.00; com- jnon and medium beef cows 17.003 1 ) ;0; canners and cutters M.OO17.0: medium and good bulls 21.022.50 cutter and .common 17.0-20.0' good .and choice vealers 28.031 00; common and medium 18 0- il 0 Sheep 2,50: early sales good and choice offerings 23.50-24.00; practical top'24.0; a few small lots 24 21 and. 24.50; load medium to ficod shorn Texas Jgm.bs with yearlings end 21.50 straight load strictly cull ewes,8.50: good and choice 'ewes quotable 9.00-10.50. NEW YORK STOCKS New York, Oct. G — U>) — Steels led a short rally in the stock marl-el today that, sparked a general use throughout the list. The volume of trading was around (100,000 shares for the entire session. The steel advance generated increases of fractions to around a point while here and there selected sails and oils pushed beyond 1hat level. Nickel plate at one time gpined more than 3 points.. Utilities wore steady for the most part, but a few issues sauced. I eaders on the uoside included I 1 . S. Steel, Nickel Plate. Richfield O 1 Younjjstown Sheet Tube, M. McCormick came in fast to catch Hegan's attempted bid for a Texas Leaguer. No runs, no hits, no errors, none left. Seventh Inning Braves Robinson raced to his right and made a brilliant gloved hand stop of Torgcson's sharp smash Feller sustained a superficial spike wound but after a moment of rest was . to Feller high with a to continue pitching. grabbed Ellott's bouncer to nip the Ihrow to first. Rickert popped a 1-1 pitch Boureati. Feller was relying mostly on curve balls, occasionally whizzing in his famed fast one. No runs, no hits, no errors, none left. Eitjth Inning Indians Fealler went down swinging Mitchell fliecl lo deep center field. Rickerl scampered across Ihe loft field line to haul in Doby's high foul fly. No runs, no hits, no errors, none left. Eighth Inning Braves Salkcld walked. Phil Masi was sent in to run for Salkeld. M. McCormick rolled a sacrifice bunt along the first base line and was out. Masi took second. Stanky was given an intentional base on balls. Kibby Sisti ran for Stanky . Sain lined Feller's first" pitch right in to Jutlnich's hands and t 'debnker, Goodrich, Schenley', ! lllf ' runners held tliei i . T < hns Mansville. American Woolen Holmes swung ''hern Railwav Northern preferred. o and Great l>iU'h and singled NEW ORLEANS COTTON Mew Orleans. Oct. (i (,'P) Cot- 'ion futures were ouiet and irreuu- Im- h';re <odav with long liquida- I'on r.-iid hedge selling 'offsetting t'-Vr> hii"inn[ and short covering. C'cv;' irr iji-ices were steady 2 Scents :•• Vial--- lower lo 10 cents higher 31.55 low 31.50 " close [and third base, Masi Scoring. On Mitchell's throw to the plate Sisti raced from second to third and Holmes moved to second. Dark tlappetl a grounder to Kelt- !'" Ivc/h 31.19 14' high 31.OB 30,77 Jl.v hiqh 2Q." low 31.11 close low 30.70' close Food in Continued From Pago One covy. the front was so remote, somewhere in faraway Pok-r.d, thai noil" of us dreamt of its coming clt.se to us. Our life had alwnv.s been ban owing and full of terrors, and we now simply scanned the skies for one more terror. Those . of us who remembered the first 1 I world war expected the rJa/.is, like j the Kaiser's armies, lo gel stuck! |in the distant Pripel Marshes. i j Within three months the un'v:- i jliovable came to pass. The Ger- ' rr.an avalanche ol siel! had moved: jail the way from the banks of the j IVi.'-lula to the heart of Russia. Our! 'school and villages had been do-i nutlet.l of all able-bodied men. As i the German invaders drew nearer [ and nearer and the Communist an-| thf.rilie:; began to flee eastward, 1 went to Bielov, the chairman of the local . Soviet, and asked him for facilities to evacuate our vahi- | able library and museum. In a j burst of temper, he (lung at me: i "Don't bother me. It's up to i Moscow!" '• It was the middle of October. ! All the roads to Moscow w^re j clogged with an armed flood mi retreat before the advancing Nazis. 1 The cojnmon people, who had suppressed their haired for Ihe Com- i inunisl oppressors all those long years, could not be persuaded to i leave their homes and farms Many of them believed the leaflets dropped from the air proclaiming that the Germans were coming as liberators. Then word spread that the neighboring town of Mozhaisk was in flames, and that the enemy was about to lake it. My Oieg arrived from Moscow to bid me goodbye. He had just received his orders to report for military service. (TOMORROW: Olog goes to war.) Speegle Admits Continued From Page One had ended in Oklahoma today. Slate police headquarters here reported that 23-year-old Kenneth Speegle was arrested near El Reno. Okla., late yesterday while hitchhiking. The tirccl and dirty youth waived extradition and i's being returned to Arkansas to face charges of murder filed last week by Prosecuting Attorney R. E. ,Rush of Harrison. i Captain Earl Scroggins of the state police quoted Oklahoma officers as saying that Speegle had ; aciimUocl firing Ihe shot which j killed Pavatt a.s he advanced on a i boarcled-up cabin near Yellville, I Aik., in a routine burglary in-: vestigation. The body of Crook — | owner of the cabin—was found the ! next day crammed in a shallow grave on the mountainside near the cabin. However, reporters who talked to Speegle alter his arrest, said he was answering "I do not, remember" lo most question*, Speegle—the object of a con- slanl search in Ihe hills, caves and . abandoned lead mines of north Arkansas since September 25—was captured after being recognized standing on Ihe road-side , by Dale Lane, former sheriff at Borger, Tex. Lane had known Speegle when the youth was making his home with his mother in the Texas town. Lane recognizing the lad neat- Bethany. Okla., called other officers and the arrest was made after Speegle caught a ride in a truck. Officers said Speegle ran a hand under his overalls but surrendered under threat of their weapons. They added he was carrying, a An caliber automatic pistol strapped I under his clothing and a .25 auto- I matic pistol in his pocket. Steak Prices Continued From Page One ithe hog market was responsible fo-- ithe decreases. ; | The tumble in the price of pork chops noted in the survey could be attributed largely to the slump in This May Be GAR's Last Encampment Codcaw FFA Group Elects Officers ifaxel Harrison, famous Ne«n ••ti-^ i', *.' I |p^ : pv ^•jTsVO'i'S »->-' f^j V V '-.:' :/ -. V.u \ L.; -J *3 ortfimoe only SI. i'iifi.i ni the andit'irium has ef-V! v d I'.ii v.'bi'e music 'I 1 : 1 pro.Tr.vm I'ollou's: .- i:.''t!-;; ^T'.itir.u-- Weber- T-.-.-r. ;":!;()!•."!.•'.: Bach-r.usoni: ir;. •• -r.:'.ch-rin::on ; . -I 1 ;, '•: !>y C))D; 'in; Vaise in -C'iv iiir. S::!u:inx.o in B flat Allviny. I-.'. Y.. Oc'.... f! — i T'! .— Gcv. Thorn;;;; I 1 ), Hewey is r.'.oin^ to n;4 away a;- i\ Uiiilcd A'Tie/Ica r;-mn,-'i....;i Ihe.'ii' on tlr.; ground it is r".;ir.'iini;i.: l'{u. : :.-ia. With only six of the 28 surviving members of the Grand Army of the Republic able to attend the""" 1948 encampment at Grand Rapids, Mich., a movement to disband the Civil War veterans' organization is under way. This may be the last gathering of the "boys in blue" Tho^e attending are left to right, Charles Chappel, 102, Long Beach, Calif.; William' Osborn, 104 Joplin Mo • John Grate, 103, Alwaler, O.; Theodore Penland, 99, Portland, Ore.; Albert WoolEon, 102, Duluth, Minn.- and James Hard, 107, Rochester, N. Y. • ' New Home Is Built in Two Hour; T'ro'U --HcliuliLTt-l.iszt: St. nc ; s V.'aliii'ig on the Waves— !•'.-,li- '''a'le—Motllnor: Minuet-— 'ni'K'iv.ofl; Lilacs— Hachmanf: iMoiiv.'i'.t Aiu.-ileal — Pachman,. \- :] ] :--. —Jelo'i-insl.y: Nocturne Toeca-.o Jelol'iir-pky. men!.'; to wr..'-.t--p-n !.'.o;/'i):\ ! f ""'. ' .' ',' , ' Friends of !h.> Nev ^.'orn' i\ov:>r-l y '} f '"; ; ' ?'" - :: .\. H- f?' ,nor said his closo.s; ;;.h-is";. /..n ::>r-• .» . m' iflinehe:] Ihtis-.. tiee:: i(-;i'; In :'.iv : i;-; I * I Dcwey a lirsi hand rep.- 1 !'!, on j-e'.:i-j .Tack-.-in. AT! j liens with the Soviet Unio;). ;Ofv. i'jen I,an j Dewey and Vh^.l'-r; c':n:'e-.-|-rd for! of th-.; 01 •;,:•"' I three and a h.ait iiours yc j about the world ::i: via lion' .,,,. ..... ,.,, ,,,^,,,.., ............. jsaid after-.vai-tls they paid .-iy.-ci-il ^Tuesday at a £'25-a'-plate Hinds [allention "to the .''-rr,',-.. 1 pro'-.lems '> connl.'.- 'c.'i'iir.aign dinm.-r. Soviet! f'h.-'ile« T'- e'cer, chairman of ii'.H- Hind,- County Slal.es' Rights deli'"'ale '.,) ;',-•(> ! finance eornmiUee. announced se- I ,'isseivibly, ilc'ijiion <.i' tl-.o Ai'kaiisus govc rnor lo disctt-'s ; yesterday, ris a '" '"' ilh " u ' - ' "-,m nf the German i'-:i. iiciu';-nee of Aus- ., Oct. G — '/i 1 ) — oi 1 ArUansn.s. one i':-; of the States' l"i i ; ;/i I.:: Democrat '<.: !i;ovement. will jal:er here "': l^,:>^r,-,- : «^ ^^,T 7 ^!U i \ [•• "• f ' ''" : •'$ \-'-'i ^\ \ \ J -?> ^:"*— T'V",' yj*3 i^UjH E'i 3 11 '.--•• Vj? IB ij Xjii ul v i... S c > >^i/ <;»i* I'i2 '-' •" Consisting of seven factory-assembled units, the ne-.v HeliMnce home cnn be put together at the home site in t\vo hours. Here, one o£ the units is anchored !o n foundation in Philadelphia. The steel-and-aluminum home sells i'or iv Summer Nice The Leslie Huddlosion American | Legion Post will hold its rt".:vi!:!:- ! meeting at 7:;-i() p.m. on Thii[-:-,cU : y. [ October 7. at tlv.- Legii-,n hall. All I members are urgocl to be p-.vseni. ! av.;^.ion n.h\-.v;:« prnmplly because ;.'s rj;;!u 10 ih? -jc::t of the [rouble ip L;.;-vn ;i:-. I c-:;pcl ;;erni laden !\';i;.";,-ii ;IIH ! aid n;i!(ire !;) soothe and heal i;'-v. r . luick-r, inl!:!;HL".l bronchinl :!ivni!-'-.i,i;.-.'iVii your iiruo.!_',ist you a IvL'itlc 1 of Cruoinulsion v i::'v!c'! :• i::'.i^i:!!;; yo:.i must like ;h: v,;>.y k t;i:iciay ;iii:iys tiie coupli or vr:i .iri 1 in !n\e yi.nr nionty back. for Cc u.qjiis, Ci'esf Co ids, Brooch ifis IT'S TIME TO SHINE WITH ; what he leriv.'d ,-')i-. ; ..'i .••];, ithe U. S. is iuv.i Tnr • . ( .,,ne I flaoso r r}v n;ir.->"- -, ; ' !)..>..•.. j ^ Chicago. Oct. G — >/P;— Freddy ; cans Dcwey and nuHes'Ven ! Caruso, -H-year-old war veteran 1 The Rus-ir-n i;ati'..'rn oiu so is near death gave no ^ hc G , OP nominee was that Holly (3roves Sevvl^s ' •-•' - 1 — "•> "" '"•' i'" lv -'"- 0 ipretendin,'/ lo want PM a''r.--e;reiit C. V. Mashburn, pastor. , vi!1 S P^ved at his hospital bedside. , but baclv.-tl away when 'the chhss lold services at. I; ]3.m. Svint'av. ; Lo ° and Carmen Caruso came ; Wf'.'''> down. )ctober 10. at Holly Grn-.-r Metijo'i-ilr.;;n their homo in Ashtabtila. O.. ; n 10 P">'\ M '^ "J those la.ciies. 3t Church. Th-; nublie is' i,:vi';-ii, : ,.. ...,,, <i-,,;, u,, i i :.„ iJewi-y v."i c . Ic.lri. is 10 i--..ep i'.;ri.--ioi-, . e War Cfsrne Evkfcirsce Is Lost Munich. _ The laltcoed-SKi the Use Kneh 'Vrncrican v.-ar .ere .said U;rla.i Th.e :i-i-in :->id orn;.'m<-u!.-- iVo:;i i-'-i'r:'.L:oii e: 'ei'ou;.;!! to lt;;irn ho had been par- ; .,.i:icd from prison. ; p. , T!K. yonn.4' veternn, who has lost [ --'— ;!rs sight and most of his hi'ariii'.;, j , v.-as pat-'-lcined last Saturday by' (.'•;.-.. L";wight H. Green ol' Illinois. i!i. lir.d i.icen p.'noled in July 'o pe.r- :<<('. lins.jil.'ili/ation but surgeons oj'.-i ;•• i 0:1. C..;i (...-'i'i was di.saha \' c; (>.'(I u'ithovit -. ;i- Iliii-e % >. Millions rely -i on t!ic name, i 'rolinc 1 , for &&fi E!t?i53 f^J _ ^'4SiSfo'^ i . lu ^. llll .. iui , ,, SSflP^FS^^^^ i'»ifeht-"st qiiiUi- i ^1 w (5 LiO a 1^3 tJ J 'i fciii i..> v u "• y 13 u U' o 1 u u .;n ! v;j FOR EKTnA QUAMVY jj j'.ii/n/'ehj,^ ; I] it has a 3-WC82C finish ^ n P if s R i T Jv iy.j fe Itej u m ! low M close One run. one left. Cleveland ninth: Masi went in to catch and Sisti to second base for the Hraves. Boudreau lined lo M. McCormick in tleen left center. Gordon fouled to Dark. Kellner wonl all (he way to second when KllioU threw wildly lo first on a ground ball. .iudnich was called out on strikes. No run.s, no hits, one error, one left. Malvern Girl Chosen Si-ate Stock Show Queen 'Don't waste time. &&/$ &S8 ff ' Llttle Rock, Oct. 6 — i/l'i— The Today, get a bottle j^fiftfjfffB** I ! ''"f' 1 - 1 ' 1 <iueen of the Arkansas of C-2223. Take jf* •*«*»»* ji.ivestoek Show is 15-year-old. Sar- for muscle aches due to exercise ' •' l;ln 'Kan, Malvern hii;h school or exposure (often called rheumatic '• siuJent. pain), or muscular lumbago. You'll i -I' 11 ' .slender bio \\f* cr« tr»*'i t o f 111 -fnv tV-i*i Vir.1^-, ,,^,.. ., ~ t 'f'liin;*>ii /iv-.ii- 11! ,.(!.,, NEW YORK COTTON New York, Oct. (i — (/!') — Trading in cotton futures was quiet today with prices moving over narrow limits. Trade prce fixing hog prices. Already farmers are i gelling as much a.s $9 below what' they got dnrin;' the record Iv'gh : lc;vel price preiod in .'iiitl-August. ; Bacon prices apparenlyly re- ! > jmr.incd |n;;h liecause it take's two i " •weeks for the meat'lo be cured aft-! ' er the hogs are slaughtered. I : •.->-• . The Department of Agriculture's I r (weekly report of meat 'production] [rellectod th-; heavy mvarketing of i i hows during the past weeks. The! production of pork last week was i > 1112.000.000 pounds, compared with' f '" 110:i,000.000 the week before, and hot' slaughter was up II per cent.! ' .... The production of beef, lamb and i Wltu mutton dropped slightly, and the ^Af|MDll|M!)Rtt| , Ion. I'll Dorado, president of the ;livestoci; show association. ! Today's program was in honor of i Arkansas' war veterans. '_ ! Judging of top flight livestock— ....I.. •• .• ^ jcatt'o, horses, swine and poultry j and rabbits—continued to take top i billing in the show which ends Sat| urday with the selection of grand | champions in the cattle division. s • Whether they " Fran Koch, i:,' Fran Ko;-!i. wio' i » enwalil's i.-omi __; tamp two year , lion ami the disc. summer waning, pretty i 1 '^;; |ije /(il ... ]( . bherwooci strikes a pose ;ehar' ; e~ va - !•• l :i! s !.i>- slaughter of cattle, sheep and i that refreshes on a New York ! tovu Jambs also declined a fraction. | beach. That should hold you ! -— iiu leased"slightlv'' VMl produL ' liun | . through Uie long, cold winter. ' I HAVE A BIG QUiET FAH REZHOR "Automatic" \jjt m"' Suspended Gas Heaters $AVE floor space, cut installation, maintenance and fuel COMS in factories, warehouses, offices, anil stores. The big. quiet fan and efficient heat exchanger make Keznor heaters tops for economy and comfort. Find out today how Kc-znors place heat where and when it's needed. sales u! cotton ; winch renie'vii j,) ,)„.- j ) ei -eiu!)er. i-Uareo anil M.sv contraets. wciv i.'i'.'Pl'lii-d by ht-dgi-s and i-ummis- :;.l.--o : -ome s\ii,p..rl' in December liiiiii March couiracls for mill ac- Doily Bread I Continued From Page One j the General Assembly's majority i decision. ' j The insane action of the Stern ; Oang assuming that the l.illers i belonged to this anarchistic group i —is indefensible. Yei if Britain j and the United States had not eon- i tribuled lo the hesitancy of (he UN ' since the partition vote, the mud- : tiled brains of Ihe terrorists might not have been provoked into orderhu: the death of Ihe man who. to them, represented that hesitant j policy. I Now the Assembly must atone ; j for its mediator's death with wis- ; |dom, unity and adequate strength, i lit is tragic that he had to give'his , ] life to U'uU>rline a necessity for I action Uial already was clear. It Gandhi Stamp */:, J M Ah AT MA BAN!) HI Plumbing - Heating Phone 259 • On high ;-'!.<;u -- !, JV ,- 31.50 .- 1 31.(id uo G ;TI)e<.- high' 31.22 — ] 0 w 31. M — !a-t ; M.Hi u)j 3. :Alcii iiiyii ;ji .ijji ... i ov- . 31 ,;.> j.j.j •'•:l.(i:i up '2 . M.:.v high li'J.85 -- )uw 30.V» — lust -'(U;7 oil -! ; Ocl hiyji 27.Go — So-.v ''757 — i i'V.,07" off o i Middling tpoi 32 UUN un 1 Jjuy Seoul troop f,8 of liie l-'ir--' I'ri'Sbylerian church. Hope will hold a special troop mefting a! the Scum hut in i-'air )i:u-I;. A. K. Sloiietjuist. chairman uf ihe truop 'he tnon anil Committee to b" IJleient. Tile ceuiniutee nr..-i Tiuir:-,- ctay evening oi last week ana made some definite' plans tor a suecei; ; ;- iul troop program ilUiing ihe coming nujiith.s. This is one of four stamps, 1'ea- l turing a portrait of the late In; riian spiritual and political lead' er .Mohandas K. Ganilhi, which ; ha\-e been issued by the Indian : Boveniinent. Three have thi,-: i pui'lrait, \vhi!e ar.nthc-r h.ia a \ profile view. : HARMON'S FATHER DIES Al::i Al'i.'U!'. -\l:eh.. I.H'! 0 f , 11:- i-i;iiin's father, v, ho tuele:-red t ti&n Mm r on 0 efreshe Screen Acloi riOKIZOXTAI. Pictured finetna n t:\or bird \\ r al;ons Lair , ip't>';^i'~r J " ji "°"~~B"VTei'L::i<;' L 'leil?i'T CHARLES SpiA^r- ,:JR ! 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