Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 14, 1948 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 14, 1948
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s '.»*"' if*- Page Two Brinkley Honors * Scnafor John HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS M \V:IK scheduled at 2:30 1 p:-ot;i-aiT! to follow at emoria I.tijhkley, Oct. 14 — i''-Tor .'John !„. McCli " was honored at ; •• today. W - U. S. !K, i'y, ns . Ian of Cam- ;or v Hox* celr.-bration : dent of t :'•': (-'(>;!> Ill Palmer Foundation to Promote the 'Golden Rule' Thursday, October 14, 1948 Six •.',}-,fi" hero io include Chi;>f .Tnsiiee Cti'iftin Sniil'n of thr- Ar- )r ' ;i: ' ''"I"'''"''-' Court; Clarence. r " rl - lni ' h editor: Grey-, „. ,.„.,.. ,., _ ,„ _ , lln Tevnrknna pres! . | Palmer Foundation, endowed with .-'hambcr iSllHJ.OOO by Publisher C. E. Palmer Te.xarkana. Oct. H — (/!>) — The st.-ito Junior Chamber ru tn N OT 1 r F IX \j> I 1A-* L. • Ticket sales to (he Farm .and Business .Banquet Wednesday evening,.October 20, 1948 "will be terminated at 9:00 A.'.'M;: Monday, October 18th. No sales will be made after this time and plates will be reserved only '• those tickets sold. or '-Buy your ticket now — attend this community development program.. Tickets on sale at the Chamber of Commerce office. ;"io piomotc the principle 01 me jGcldei) Rule" will endeavor to ep- Ilist the aid of teachers colleges in j developing courses of character od- jucation lor public schools, ! Ur. H. L. .Smith of P.!oominj<ton. IJncl.. director i,l research for the I foundation, reported hi;; findimrs at I the: annual meeting of the board of i directors and recommended th(> devvlopmont of character imiirii.i.f POULTRY AND PRODUCE Chicago. Oct. H --(/PI—Butter mist-tiled: receipts !3:!,912; pric'S •inciianged to a cent a pound new ' r: !l.'i .--core AA (M. (12 A (12 i-.V, HO 13 (il; !!!) C aK.o; cars: 90 B lil f throu;,'h teacher.s col- ; j education i leges. His survey on character edur,-)- turn programs has been submitt-d I to 175 educators throughout the na- 'tson. New members added to ih<> bo." rd o r directors were C. 15. Vick- ci'.v of New Yorlc. preside-ill of 1,'ie Golden Hulc Foundation: Hamilton Moses, president of Arkansas Power and Light Company Anna Hawley Scarles, member of the facnlty of the University of Southern California, and Lucille Holland of the Texarkana Gazelle and Daily News. The Australian government is a federation of six states establish- j ed in 1900. lCf5f, r s steady to firm: prices unchanged. id;s: jirices nnchnnt a pound lower; fob; ii-., i-rs '.',2-'M; broilei-; balante r.nchani/ed. -o- Hope Star l-(. i cei|jl rece ;ii od Io , Star of Hope 1BV9; Press 1927, Consolidated January IB, 1929 SHOPOWEN'S AND SAVE ON YOUR FALL NEEDS Ladies Dresses These fall dresses are in all the newest styles and they're priced to meet your | | budget f 5SE33SEESTCS33J ES."< "' PitCE GOODS -Beautiful,-Ea;ll;;dress materials for that new dress- Rayons, silks, crepes and wool, 79c fro 2.95 vd. OUT5NG Extra heavy outing in solid and fancy colors. A value 39e yard These wedge heel shoes are with toe in or closed heel and toe. Colors in Red, Green, Brown or Black. i LadifgvDress Shoes 1 .Pretty ,new fall dress up shoes ,,, I ^styles* you'^-Nvant. Widths AA to -D i nnH t-nr'ciyo'c' in MEN'S PANTS Army cloth panrs made by Tuff-Nut and one of the best made 4.95 Shirts to Match 4.95 MEN'S Mens army cloth pants in grey or tan and made by Tuf-Nut. Made for wear *•' " ' • : ~"' 3.95 Shirts to Match .... 3.95 CHILDREN'S SHOES Boys and girls high top shoes in sizes 8v to 3. Re.al values. 3.50 fro 3.95 Boys Work Shoes These are w ,h,cayy. work shoes that &^§^ade for wear and cftkmftt. Sizes Boys Dress Oxfords Men's Work Shoes New fall styles in these dress oxfords. Sizes 1 to 6. . . These heavy work shoes are with leather or rubber soles. All sizes. 3.95 fro 6.95 MEN'S DRESS SHOES Smart fall styles for men in black or brown. All sizes. 5.95 to 9.95 m These are 596 wool, double blankets with satin bound edges. Special BLANKET Big double bed size cotton blankets That are ideal for cold weather. MEN'S OVERALLS Tuf-Nut overalls in stripes or solid blue. 2.98 Jumper to match in short or long style. 2.98 MEN'S OVERALLS Men's Lee overalls that arc well made for comfort and wear 3.50 Jumper to Match . . . 3.50 GIRLS OXFORDS School oxfords in moccasin toe plain toe styles. 3.95 fro 5.50 or New Prints • prints in new ns you'll want. 5 49c yd. 80 square prints in new fall colors and patterns you'll want. Special only CHfLDREN'S SWEATERS Pretty new fall, all wool sweaters for children. Sizes 3 to 14 1.98 fro 2.95 Ladies Bloomers Ladies cotton bloomers in regular and extra sizes 39c fro 69c Ladies Panties Blue Swan Panties white or tea rose 59c to 98c Children's Coafrs Pretty fall styles in these 100° 0 all wool coats. STOCKS DEPARTMENT STORE GRAIN AND PROVISIONS I Chicago. Ocl. J4 f/Ti—Now crop corn poured out of the couniiy i :n{(. trie hands of cash dealer'; on jin,' Board oJ Trade today. Des'iile the spurt n ioffcrings of the c'j.•-.;• •-,'••. MM. eoi.i tuturcs neld close to 'i-.-ir previous closing prices, lint cash corn fell to o new low io. the year. wneat held faril.v steady im~\ <-L the day, aided by an army ro- :qtiL3t for flour and lack of mois lure in the Western Plains are-i : n,u' ; ! sh de;llers rejjoi-ted that il'),| 0.10 bushels of new-- crop and 25 000 I | bushels of old crop corn were; | bought on a two-arrive basis. which means the grain will be , u "iu here sometime in the future. j This period can range from a few days to a few monhls. in (he spot corn market prices tell around li to 10 cents a bushel from yesterday's best quo.at.on No. 1 old crop yellow sold at $1.57 1-2. a new low since February 2 of I .last year. No. 3 new crop com | brought $1.48 1-2 to $1.53. corn is grain which arrived today. Wheat closed 1-8 higher. December corn was 1-8-3-4 lower, December $1.39-1.39 1-8, oats were unchanged •to 3- Slower, December 74 38, rye was 1412 lower, December SI.68 12, soybeans were 1 1-2 to 3 cents i lower. November S2.43-2.43 1-4. and lard was 30 cents lower to 18 cents i a hundred pounds higher, October $3.90. . :-'.poi wheat was steady today; •basis stoady; receipts 20 cars. Corn was three to ten cents lower; .bookings 310.000 bushels new and j 25.000 bushels old; receipts 135 (cars. Oats were steady; basis steady; receipts 29 cars." Soybean receipts wore G5 eras. o ST. LOUIS LIVESTOCK I National Stockyards, 111., Oct 14 !—l.-'Pi—Hogs. 7,000; active, steady | to strong on 190-200 Ibs; bulk one [price of 2U.50; fair number at 20.75 (lighter kinds and sows strong 10 25 higher 100-180 Ibs 25.50-2625! 130-150 Ibs 23.25-25.0: obrt 40 Ibs i 20.50-22.25; few 270-300 Ib heavy' ! butchers 25.75-2G.50; stags and boars steady stags f 15.00-1900- boars 12.5(1-15.5. Cattle, 3.000; calves, 1,200; gen- oral'market fairly active slaughter steers and heifers opened 25 to 50 or more higher; cows strong to i ,25 higher; bulls steady to strong! ivealers steady to.50 higher; load I high good steers 34.00 . medium jand. .good ..steer s23.00-31.00;- load rhifeh* 1 gobd.in-uxe'd,'.'y'earlings'- 33.00; ! short load good heifers 31.00 me- |diiim and good heifers and mixed | yearlings 22.50-30.00; common j d\von to 19.00; common and mo- Idium cows 17.0-19.50; canners and 'cutters 13.0-17.0; medium and I good bulls 19.50-21.00; cutter and I common 16.50-19.0; good and I choice voalcrs 28.00-34.50; common and medium 18.00-27.0 Sheep. 3,00; fat lambs steady to 25 lower: other classes steady; good and choice spring lambs 24.50-25.25 early top 25.25; some held higher; medium and good kinds 22.25-24.00; two docks good, fall shorn yearling wethers 22.50 j load mixed lambs and yearlings No. 2 skins 20.50; slaughter ewes i 7.00 -.. 580 shrdcmt'wyg 7.00-8.50. NEW YORK COTTON j New York. Oct. 14 i.-Pi — Cot| ton futures moved narrowly in i fairly active dealings. Trade buy- j ing partly credited to covering , r against sales of cotton to ranee j : accounted for slight early gains. ! \ The market later eased on hedge i selling ^nd profit taking. There • w;'s considerable evening up in 'nearby October tuiures prior to j expiration of trading in thai con- i tract tomorrow. i Cotton futures weakened inlate dealings today on a flurry of hedg , ing and New Orleans selli'iiu. i Futures closed unchanged (o 75 j cents a bale ower than the pre- j j vious close. i ! Ocl high 31.74 — low 31.65 — I 3!.7;i unch ! Dec high 31.27 — Io W31.12 — ! 31.12-13 off 14-15 i Men high 31.12 — low : 30.9(i off 15 ! May high 3C.84 — km ! 30.72-73 off 8-9 i Jly high 29.54 — low 29.40 29.40 oil' 11 ! Ocl high 27.58 — : 27.47n off H j "Middling spot 31.93N off N-nominal. ! NEW ORLEANS COTTON ! New Oi leans, Oct. 14 —i.-'!',— Cotton futures advanced in the early traciinji here today, but reacted downward in the late dealings under hedge selling and last-minute liquidation of the October posit ion. Closing prices were barely Meadv, 50 cents to $1.3 5a bale Published every weekday afternoon b-. STAR PUBLISHING co. C. E. Palmer, President «iex. H. Washlui'n, Sncrefary-Treasurer at the Star buildinn '12-214 South Walnut Stfeet __^^ Hop..., Ark. Alex H WoshbiTrn, F.ditor ?, PublisheT Inul H. Jones, -Mananinq Editor Inf°W 9C n W> . H ° 5mCr < M 5Ch. Stipt. Jess M. Day,;, A-vcrtising Manager Entered as Post Office at •\ct of March ;econd class matter at Hope, Arkansas, unr/or 3, 1897. (AP)—Means .MCA)- Moon' Association. Associated Press. New.;paner Enterprise Subscription R ofcs: (Always Payable In Advance): By city carrier per wLk 20c jer month 85c. Mail ratos—in Hemp- -tcad, Nevada, Howard, Miller "anc -oFayette counties, S4.50 per year- else- •*i'f> S8.50. ' National Advertising Represcnfaf ive — Arkansas Dailies, Inc.; Memphis, Tenr. 5tenck Building; Chicago, <100 Norih Mich igan Avenue; New York City, 292 Madisc. Ave.; Detroit, Mich., 2842 W Granr Blvd.; Oklahoma City, 3U Terminal Bldq lew Orleans. 722 Union St Member of the Associated Press- Th Associated Press is entitled exclusively tc he use for ropublication of all the loca' lews ormted in this newspaper, as well a 311 AP news dispatches. L.UJ .'i ; Spot [Oil of California, Skelly Oil Mon- here panto Chemical. Atlas Powder iPubhcker Industries, Studebaker. lower to 1-2 pouglas Aircraft, Consolidated S2.25 S 1-8-1-4, i Natural Gas. Houston Power Location of Power Plant Awaited Little Rock. Oct. 14 — (UP)— Final location of a now $13.000.000 electric power plant in Eastern Arkansas awaited today completion ot engineerinR studies bein« made by the Arkansas Power and Li»h> Company. ^. Hamilton Moses, president ' i the company, said he as informed delegations from a down or more delta country cities that the site Jo;- the si,j^,i)0u- icnowai plant will bo determined "entire-' ly on en.t<ineenn« economic- " Meanwhile, behind-the-seene joc: e-ying cotitinucd as city official-; from various towns sougnt io oui- uiu eaen omer lor the huge installation. Company officials said that the plain win nave at nrst two generators campablc of producing CG.OOO kilowatts a minute. The plant will be built to permit addition of two more generators of similar cape- city, giving it a possible capacity o_" 20'!.000 kilowatts. As now planned, the plant itself will require as much electricity to run its motors and other operating devices as would be used by the largest city in Eastern Arkansas. Citicials said that many emji- neering problems have yet to be worked out. An important factor in deciding Manville, Radio Corp., Owens-Illi- Woolen, cnifwvbgkqmfwybgkcijhrd nois, u. s. gypsum, American Woolen, Nickel Plate. Southern Railway, Illinois Central, and International Business Machines. Bonds were quiet. on a site, a spokesman said, is an adequate supply ol good water The plant will require approximately 140,000 gallons of wa'.ev a minute, or more than 8.000,000 gallons an hour. In addition it. v/iil use more Mian 35.000.000 cubic foci of .-<ss a d.iy. Tornadoes may travel. as unit, at speeds up to GO miles hour. Mountain sheep are cud-ehewers and have iour-chnnibered stomachs. Known as ihr- hunter': "most coveted prize", it is lor.sidcred immoral to shoot one lor any reason than to vet a fine head. Christine Brown OCTOBER SPECIAL — All SI 0.00 Machine Permanents during October reduced to With a Free Manicure. L50 CREAM OIL PERMANENTS Guaranteed For Appointment Phone 752 OPERATORS Odelle Collier Clara Osburn Christine Brown Phone 752 ultluiuyh selected in small gaiiis. Oil of C.iUfoniia. issue, .iurr.pi.ci a round one time. Snialk-! 'osled lur U. S. Steel i at a ih-w 19-lc l.aujjhlin, Standard Men's Work Shirts Sanforized Rayon and Cotton Blue Chambray. Full cut. 14V--17. Women's Cotton Coverall Aprons Every Item on this page at a Real Self bolt and pocket. Percale bins binding. Choice of colors, prints. An Anniversary Super Special Rayon Briefs 3-Sty!e Choice of Cute, Colorful Cotton Percale i Satin-stripe brief in run - resistant* Rayon. Elastic waist and Sizes 8'.-., 9, 9',^, 10, Very sheer, seamed back nylons, slightly irregular. Available in both 3C and 40 denier and in the season's most popular shades. A wonderful value at a tremendous saving, so why not get several pair? A Real Value at Reg. $1.29 Value! You'll love these frocks 1 Infants' Training Pants 25c Value! Sizes 2 - 4 - (i, U i wood, quality reinforced cotton While. effect or dainty ric-rac maize. Sizes 1-3. Glass Mixing Bowl Value! Hound, crystal, pressed rolled Framed Pictures Chocolate CHERRIES Pound BOX D¥C 89c Value! AltracUvely boxed Facial Tissue 25c Value! S DC Size 9x9" .!; 'Pis Vanity Towel Ends RUGS $1.29 Value 1 10x20 in. and Landscapes with Gold embossed mould- Each Size 14x17" Wonderful lor wash cloths, dust cloths, di.sli clolhs. and a variety of other uses about ihe house. Can '•a be made into vellv uii'is. sues by Vanity Fair 400 count. Whi'tc onl;,. Soft, abborbuit and easily dispensable. Get several at this low urice. Boxed Birthday Cards TOWELS Size 20x40 This han-ly box contains in cards sizes. l.'.n\'elu]>es to niLiicli. Old Fashioned Chocolate that clock now. at these special Reguler 2.50 Values Regular 2.98 Values \equlor Real values prices. 8 Piece Matched Kitchen Sets Canister sets, bread boxes, match box, dust pan, and waste baskets included WASH CLOTHS \eal value buys They're Delicious White and sixe

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