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Wednesday, November 17, 1948 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Pago Three Social and P 1 Phone 1268 or 1269 Between 9 A. M. and 4 P. M. ""Thursday, November 18 The Azalea Garden Club will meet Thursday afternoon at '2 o'clock in the home of Mrs. Kelly Bryant on South Main Street with Mrs. Oliver Adams, and Mrs. A. L. Parks, co-hostesses. Thursday, November 18 The High School P.T.A. will meet Thursday afternoon at 3:30 in the High School library. The executive board will moot at 3 p.m. t«jfhursday, November 13 The monthly Country Club Pol Luck Luncheon and Card Game will be held at the Country Club, ,• Thursday with Mrs. R. I-J. Cain '. phone 8'/2 and Mrs. Roy Anderson J phone 85, hostesses. Come ind play •' irom 10 lil \2 noon or 1 to 2, which; ever suits you' best. Bring a White Elephant from your home to be ; used for prizes. The Hope Chapter No. 328 of the O.IvS. will meet Thursday night at 7:30 in the Masonic Hall'. This is *hc regular meeting night and all members arc urged to be present. Saturday, November 20 The Women's Council of the First Christian church will have a Rummage Sale at the New Theatre building on South Elm Street Saturday, November 20. All the women who have rummage are asked to leave it with Mrs. J. V. Moore Sr 908 East 2nd Street. Mrs. Thompson Evans, Jr. £'ostess to Legion Auxiliary The American Legion Auxiliary held its November meeting Tuesday afternoon in the home of Mrs Thompson Evans, Jr. with Mrs W O. v Beenc, Mrs. Fred Robertson, Mrs. Mary Hamm. Mrs. James Pil- kinlon and Mrs. Alvin Robertson as joint hostesses. The business session was conducted by (he president, Mrs. Joe Reese. The membership committee reported 71 oaid members in the Legion Auxiliary. It was voted to have the annual Christmas party afi the home of Mrs. 1C. P. O'Neal Tvith Ihe December hostesses in charge of the parly. Mrs. Joe Jones presented Mrs, E. f. Formby, who yave a very inspiring and interesting paper on "How Armistice was K'emcmberecl This iear in the Various Countries." Alter tlie business routine daintv relreshments were served to twenty .members. The members of the V.F.W. Aux- HKuy met Tuesday night at 7'30 in me V.F.W. Hut. The meeting was opened with the Ritual and the Pledge to the Flag was repealed in unison. Mrs. Ira Yocom, Sr., president, conducted the business session The Auxiliary voted lo aid the V F W National Home for War Orphans by giving a cash donation at Christmas Time. Plans were made £ 1 ' I? Chris tmas parly during the holidays and the date of the party will be announced at the next regular meeting Ifta Auxiliary accepted the privilege oi sponsoring the Brownie scout Iroop No. 4, under the direction of Mrs. E. L. Archer, Jr. and Mrs. John Gardner. The chaplain, Mrs. Denver Horn- iday closed the meeting with prayer. During Hie social hour, coffee and cookies were served to 10 members. Coming and Going Miss Mamie Twitchcll returned Wednesday from Enid, Oklahoma where she attended the funeral of her uncle, James B. Curry. Pvt. Chancelor Sanford of Camp Breckonndge, Ky. is spending a 15- y , f " rlou 8 h with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Sanford. Mr and Mrs. Loyd Kinard returned Monday from Broken Bow ? n _, Tulsa, Okla. where they attended a deer hunt and visited Mrs. Kinard's sister, Mr. and Mrs Jessie Howard in Broken Bow. V.F.W. Auxiliary Meets Tuesday s ]••. Become. 'Repulsive' . Arc your "GUMS" unsightly? Do they itch'. 1 Do they burn? — ,'Drug- 'n^hVrTXVS,, 11 , 1 '- 1 , 1 ^' if fh ' st bottlc P 1 ' LETO.'S" tail;; to satisfy, i ' • J.OHN ,P... COX DRUG CO. . — Adv DAT -THURSDAY .:•. *• ••' •.. i -,' ':,Mj{r. ; ', FEATURES ,. 4:47 -.6:51 — THE.TQWN' CpUlDN'f HOID THESE PEOP1E and THEIR LOVE! Cornel WILDE Linda DARNELL * BAXTER Kirk DOUGLAS PLUS NEWS TODAY — THURSDAY -- FEATURES 2:00 - 3:54 - 5:25 - 7:22 - 9:19 SHARE THE PLUS Muss^.J Mr and Mrs. A. B. Patten visited relatives in Shrevcporl, Sunday. Personal Mention The Delta Psi Omega, dramatic organization of Ihe Magnolia A & M College, under the direction of Miss Margaret Horton, speech am, dramatic instructor will present the play, "George Washington Slept Here at tho College auditorium, Thursday, November .fj al 8 o clock. The casl included: Paula Cofielcl of Emmet as "Sue Berrinc- lon". Hospital Notes Josephine Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Wright, Hope, announce the arrival of a daughter on Novcmebr 16, 1048 Admitted: Mrs. B. L. Bright, Hope Mrs. Wayne Turner, Hope. Branch Admitted: Miss Arthadalc Hefner, Hope Mrs. W. A. Faulkner, Hope. Julia Chester . . i. Admitted: ; A. D. : Russell, Eaglctown, Okla. • Discharged:- . .,-• j, ,, Ada Claire Glenn,: Blevins.- Clubs '• '•'-. •- ''•••" • Baker •;• • Making Swedish rolls and Honey twist bread was the demonstration given by Mrs. Lorraine Blackwood at Baker H9me Demonstration Club meeting in the home of Mrs. Roy Gates on November 12. Eleven old members and one new member, Mrs. C. E. Whitten, answered roll call with Ihe one thing they were most thankful for. Each member brought two jars of canned food to be sent to the Crippled Children's home in Little Rock. During the business session new officers were elected as follows- President, Mrs. J. W. White; vice- president, Mrs. J. B. Hargis; Secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Oscar Fenwick; reporter, Mrs. James Lauler- bach ana recreation leader, Mrs. L J. Purtlc. Plans were made for the County Council Christmas Parly. Gifls will be exchanged and each member was asked to bring a gift for the white elephant sale. Plans were also made for a food sale lo be held in Ihe downtown Hope in Die near future. The surprise package going to Mrs. Lauterbach brought $1.10. The recreation was under the supervision of Mrs. James Lauterbach, prize going to Mrs. J. C McCullough. The hostess served cokes, sandwiches, cookies and the delicious Swedish rolls. Liberty Hill j Making sweel yeast dough was the demonstration given by the home agent when the Liberty Hill Club met at the home of Mrs'. Alice Nichols on November 9. After it was shown how the dough was made the agent was assisted in making the Swedish Tea Ring and Honey Twist by Mrs. Jo Williams and Mrs. Grace Huckabee. The vice-president, Mrs. Jo Williams, presided at this meeting in the absence of the president. Eleven members and Iwo visitors svere president. After the secretary gave the report of the last meeting, officers were elected for the coming .year. Mrs. Jo Williams was elected president. Mrs. Birdie Mae Belts, vice-president, and Mrs. Blanch Byers, secretary and treasurer. Due lo the County Council Christmas party being on our regular meeting clay next "month, il was decided the next meeting would be held Monday, December 13 at the home of Mrs. Virgie Huckabee for the Clubs' Christmas party. Dunng the recreation period, a game was played, Mrs. Yvonne Morgan, a visitor, winning the After being served refreshments by the hostess, the club adjourned. Revivolin Progress at Tabernacle "Halleluiah for the Cross", was the .subject last night of the IJev. ! K. II. Black who is conducting a i pre-Thaiiks'givinj; revival ut Hope- Gospel Tabernacle. .Special imiiica! numbers by Kev. | Black and the Rev. S. Joseph Geno and :Ur.s. Geno, preceed nightly .-^eruces. which begin promptly at 7: i-Hl o'clock. The Rev. II. Paul Holdridgv- •.-:-:• I tends an invitation to the iniWk' 1 to attend each "erviee. Police Continue Search for Rape Slayer Boulder, Colo., Nov. 16 —(/T 5 )—Already swamped with tips and leads in Ihe rape-slaying of a co-ed, authorities today asked the help of Boulder women who have been molested in the past year. Sheriff Arthur Everson asked them to report any incidents similar to that which led to the death of pretty Theresa Foster. 18-year- old University of Colorado co-ed a week ago. He said he thought many masher" incidents were not reported because the victims feared the publicity. .Men wcrc held for questioning al Ogdcn, Utah, and Canyon City, Colo., one because of blood-stained clothing and the other because of blood found in an aulomobilc trunk. Both claimed they wcrc not here when Miss Foster was raped and strangled lo death. Because of the hunt for a bloodstained car, Boulder residents have become hesitant about washing their automobiles. Among the hundreds of tips investigated have been dozens which turned up innocent motorists cleaning their cars. More Funds Boost Boy Scout Total Previously reported .... SI A& P Store ..... Archer Motor Co John H. Barorw David Davis, Jr. .. Duffic Hardware Co Franks & Son Greenlce Sheet Metal Shop John Hatley B. M. Hazzard '.'.'.'.'.'. Hempstead Furniture Co. James & Moore Carl Jones Edward Lester ].... Gib Lewis Garage T. S. McDavitt Floyd Osborn Pooch's Cigar Store Reed Motor Co. . Hugh Reese "'"'. Snykor Hotel Lahroy Spates . . J. W. Strickland ]'. .. Frank Walter's Garage .. Leland Warmack Dick Watkins Guy Watkins Henry Watkins ".".'. George Young Gro. & Mkt. Jack Rust A. L. River Cash L'..'"ZZ'" Jack Simpson V.'V. Maxwell ; '. .'.. Woodard Breed Charles Graham .. ... . •.; Bill Holt : ;.'.v ':' ; '• -'•.. ' J. C. Russell '.....: ,.;."; Austin Hutson ':.'..'....., .:....; ,. G. A. Nash Henry : Elledge ..... ; " Elizabeth-Wilson ., ' Jewel Shields ; , > Herman Smith -.......•.......'. Raymond Huett '., '''."' Wayne Turner . Floyd McCorkle .... E. C. Whatlcy ....:..•, , "" " cash .;;.:.._. •'.' ••;•-">•;• 453.50 10.00 12.50 1.00 1.00 10.00 5.00 12.00 6.00 1.00 2.00 12.00 10.00 3.00 12.00 5.00 2.00 5.00 12.00 2.00 12.00 2.00 5.00 12.00 2.00 6.00 S.OO 6.00 2.50 2.00 500 l.CO l.CO l.CO l.CO :.oo 1.00 1.00 1.00 2.10 1.00 l.r.o 1.00 •, 1 -00 i;oo 1 i.oo 1.00' .')!. 00 : 1.00 Total Mrs. J. Huett Succumbs in Hope Hospital Mrs. Jimmy Huott, aged 52, died last night at a local hospital after n long illness. She lived prncticaJly all her life in Hempstcad County. Besides her husband she is survived by ten children, Grover of Little Rock, Tilman of Magnolia, Mrs. Marie Mahaffy of Garland, Mrs. Turner McBay of Tcxir- kana, Mrs. Virginia Buffington of Garland, Deloise Huett of Hope, James Wallace, Jimmic Nell Neva Jean and Betty Sue Huett of Patmos. Funeral services were to be held at 2:30 p.m. today at Pntmos. The Doctor Says: By EDWIN P. JORDAN, M.D. Written for NEA Service Fibrositis may be considered as a form of rheumatism with involvement of the soft tissues such as the muscles and ligaments. Ordinarily in fibrositis (.here- is pain in several parts of the body, decrease in ability to move, and stiffness. Such terms as muscular rheumatism and lumbago are essentially the same as tibrositis. The end of the word — "His," means inflammation. Consequently fibrositis implies that there is a slight inflammation of certain of the soft tissues. As one would expect, therefore, fibrositis may start suddenly with pain in some part of the body for" no apparent reason. At other times it may begin gradually with fatigue coming before the soreness, pain and stiffness. Common Locations The most common locations are around. the shoulder and lower portion of the back, the neck, the tissues around the large joints, and the chest wall. Pain is almost always present but swelling is far less constant. Nodules or little bumps under the skin are frequently felt in or near the tender region. The causes of fibrosilis are numerous. The most common is associated with some infectious or toxic condition. This is one kind of rheumatism in which removal of an infected tooth or infected tonsils is quite likely to be of benefit. Injury is also a common cause but sometimes the injury may have been so slight as hardly to '.'Vavc been noticed. .Cold, bverexsrtion and overexposure are commonly' at fault. '.:,:'':' •':-;>);;; ' The treatment•.dependsi'Ori. what appears to Be ;the ;cause;;iind;HvihJt can be done ifor that'cause:;>ft5ithc fibrositis, for example. Is a : ss6c'iat- cd with an acute infection,, then rest and the appropriate treatment lor, that infection is..needed. ,If it compjS : with, .upsets, of t.h.e, stomach and intestines, perhaps a "liquid or soft diet is'in order. The removal of an infected tooth or tonsils may be indicated in some case.s. Drugs play a part but '-haVe' to ' be'-Used with care. ••'•-.• - • ' -..'<!•< Fibrositia is extremely. : '.) wide- trades the 1949 general assembly who an- sv/ercd that question in an Associated Press survey think they can. I ij,.7 c |."V l ' 1K | Of the 30 legislators replying. 13 i nntshini?': a';'irl '"c.-iii-, '.'i said the increases could be made hours p'rnhr fi-... '•••• without more taxes; nine expressed i | 0] - ipji i.'- c ,.i^ ' t\,- : ' " doubt or said no; thre offered cii- 'iiour.s of '' vided ODinions and five We're non' .-. . • . . . : __ BY WILLIAM IRISH ^Q»TftM t» Watioa In'iti—Pittribsl^ fr NEA SUVICE, INC THE STORY Time, 1880 Place, New Orleans Well-to-do Louis Durand carries on a correspondence courtship with a Miss Julia Russell, whom he has never seen. When she finally comes from St. Louis to marry him, he is amazed to find her young and ravishingly beautiful —entirely different from what he had been led lo expect. Certain behavior of hers puzzles him from the first but not until a lelter arrives from her supposed sister—Miss Russell's sisler— docs he realize the woman he married is an impostor. Before he can face her with it, she disappears with $50,000, withdrawn from his bank account. The police tell him he has no case as things sland. They advise him to go to St. Louis and get proof a crime was committed against the real Julia Russell. The City of Balon Rouge reiched Ihe SI. Louis dockside at 9 p.m., days later. He emerged cityward of the pier shed, found a coach and, despile the advanced hour, gave Bertha Russell's address. He wanted it over, whether for best or worst; he wanted to know at once. He couldn't tell much about the house from the outside in the gloom. It seemed large enough. It was in a vicinity of eminent cleanliness and. respectability. A woman of about fifly, or very close upon it, answered his ring. A tall, large-built woman. She wore a dress of stiff black alpaca, a stringy white crocheted collar closing its throat and fastened by a carnelian brooch. "Yes," she said on a rising inflexion, in answer to his question, "I'm Bertha Russell. Do I know you?" "I'm Louis Durand," he replied gravely. "I've just arrived from New Orleans." He heard her draw a sharp breath. She stared for a long moment, as if familiarizing herself with him. Then abruptly slanted the door inward. "Come in, Mr. Durand," she said. "Conic in the house." She sat across the table from him. He could see her throbbing with a mixture of excitement and anticipatory fear. "Now what can you tell me? What have you come here to say to me'.'" "It's not what I can tell you," he replied. "It's what you can tell me." She nodded somewhat dourly. "Very well, then. I can tell you this much. My sistex Julia received a proposal of marriage from you, by letter, on about the fifteenth of April ol this year. Do you deny that?" He brushed away the necessity of "a direct answer to that; held silent to let her continue. "My sister Julia left here on May the eighteenth to join you in New Orleans-." Her eyes bored into his. "That was the last I saw of her. Since that date 1 have noi heard from her again " She drew a Inn.y. tightly compressed breath. "I received an answer to one of my letters in a stranger's headwriting. And now you come here alone." "There is no one down there any longer I could bring." He saw her eyes widen, but she waited. "Just a moment," he said "I think it will save both of us time if we establish one thing before we go any—" Then suddenly he stopped, without need of completing the sentence. He'a found the answer for himself, looking upward to the wall, past her shoulder. It was a large' photographic portrait, set in a cherry-colored veJour irame, of a head nearly life-size. The subject was not young, not a girl. She was not beautiful. She had dark hair, gathered at the back ... Bertha had risen, was standing slightly aside from it, holding a lamp aloft and backward to it. "That is Julia. That is my sister. There. Before you. What you arc- looking at now. It's an enlargemenl taken only tsvo years ago." His voice was a whisper that barely reached her. "Then it was —not she I married." He extended his hand and pointed a finger; the finger switching up and down while it waited for his lips to gain speech and catch up to it. "That is the woman whose photograph I received from here. But that is not the woman I was married to in New Orleans on lust May the twentieth." "But Julia?" she persisted, just as though he were able to give her the answer. "Where's Julia, then? What's become of her? Where is sho?" She planted her hands in flat despair on the tabletop, leaned over above them. "I saw her off on that boat." "I met the boat. It came without her. She wasn't on it." "You're sure, you're sure?" Her eyes were bright with tears. "1 watched them get off it. Al! I left it. She wasn't among them. | She wasn't on it." She sank buck into the chair beyond the table. They both had to face the thing. It was out in the open between them now. Not to be avoided, not to be shunned. Il hud come to this. It was a question of which of them would first put it into words. She did. "She was done awuy with" she whispered. "She met her end on that bout." She shuddered as though some insidious evil presence had come into the room. "In some way, at someone's hunds." She shuddered again, almost us if she had the ague. "Between the time I waved her goodby thut Wednesday nflenioon—" He let his .lead go down slowly in grim assent. Convinced now at lust, understanding tl>. whole thiriK firialy I'o/' what it really was. Unfinished it for her. "— and the time I .stood by the fiangpUink to greet her thut Friday afternoon." (To Be Continued > 4-H'ers Send Fawn to Uruauav ' fB-v'X DOROTHY DIX Hiisband ti;. tior.-'-l: 1 In death ic>'' ;: -.i!:;i in. '.' emi.'ljvil ,'• JLJSl llliiifi .tslflt is to bu bothe-r- -.I a 'vi;'o',"," 25 ilo Eiirl of .-I. 1 should I?. ys ;i;o iryif;; r j;.•.-. Biit I man should •' A group of good neighbors—the youngsters of tho No'.v JLI clubs—are sending Girlie, this H-month-old fawn, to ;i Montevideo, Uruguay. Girlie gels a parting snnek iron June Snook before leaving by plane from Nov.V'.r!;, K v . *»r jf MeanTax Hike J«. i?" 4 5 a 'i Oi '••'-.."' .'"? ^'-,.*/"> i' •"' f Dec, 1 . \viin; a'.n-r ;'orl them. : •'no linn--.!;.' en l!i a dory ,iub.-; v.'liiU nr.i in I'-.irrooins, i\'o worooii need slaiu'l for h."H'icl'ul :,',ato ol :;i!;iii':: Hi I uive h:;' e!i : :u, or •:•!).idien; a Rood-' i j a.';.!,- r ano him -i ;.;•>! .it wifr; ,\nr( • . :\i return he •.-,• 'uU'.V.ive i', ; ,' ehjjd ! a :',.u.,! i; (.i;.-..-. and n::iKv UK both a. -i 1 t'l'iii; li'U't first rnr.-iTtp.nes arc'' .'!"!• iovo .m.j ;;. i. onrl rviiirrU'.ies for , j ;.o!>;;v,mc..nsh:i) vhic.h Culiki turn i i'-M. 1 '•'• ,'"'•'•' "' ils own, arid that ' 1 ' ; e.:-.:e oay just to he;:r my child i s.-,.-.• l;;u!i!v ,-.;-,ain is r.oiri:; to I'tuikQ '.man very much. What :•>. RIGHT OK WRONG You i- idea rooms very ;-'.'. and I think it would .... n-uca io secme the happiness-. • n e\ i r, irar:-:a<;e it' the high cou- !!;u:i>i;; ;-.,i!ties h;u! a similar train;|i;; to" I',',;;-,'i-'iai;','. Certainly a wi- OI:\V.T wish chituivn would know !a.' better iio'.v t'.i get along with your children than a bachelor would, jit;:. ;ni th:> widow with.child.-.. I veil wi.'iikl bo mucrt more apt to' •^•••^''".••'jail^'hu-^: 11 "''' By JIM THOMASSON , _ ,, Liltle Rock, Nov. 17 —(/P)— Can; 01 ' Schools, annovineei, n old age pensions and school teach-1 trades school for Ke:;:-ne ers 1 salaries be increased without I operating, Dee,-mix- !. increasing taxes'.' | school will be kiuu•• i ,;. A majority of the members of j ^. u ,!'! lc T i', a<U:s , i?! '. 1 '""'- tn i n.m i .... 11 i i L ()U I Si * nl ! <M't M { \ • •, i I 11 • f. A \t?s iVltf.?: 1 ! VV S 1 ^ Dear "Miss Dix: Some 20 years ;o in.v w.fo'.s brother died and- my wife, am! 1 cheated lv,-r sister, :•' the i:nly other'heir "to the estatc, : « I out of sovne S-10.0UO. The sister now n i is cilii ;ind l;,-i;--, very HI tie moriey : . '. sih-. 1 \v;;:; l.iiui to us when wo had . nouVlm;. providirsj; food for us and 1! [ om- live chiKlren. '••'•• | Now my h-.alth is fniliii" rapidly: "" :iiiil I ,;m t-ecomiii;; a nervous ! wreck v.-orryiiiii over the matter. • I for I am e,v,i:,cienec-sU'iekon and. i iiii.'-.l)l-.' in :e-'i'p at ni)!ht. Cr.n you j adv.;;-:- me v,;h,it to c'.o in order to secure pcaee ,,( niiiK'l? L.J. C, .Nov. !',' -- ! ."liis'.'.v.T: ihe only way that you :o;!ivi':- receive -i ! (l ''n i.o-'s:!;!v i,i.,-iiii-> t'o c - your ci'ihlO 11,-r.nry ;\i. Noei. I ; - ; '->' rc'inriiii!'.'. tho money you Ihe wurhl." I : " u>1 ''- 'Hun' can be no solace for' (•The group, bplicvin'g ' ' - , , . Newport, and Reps. . .., l .- Doradp ; : • Charles " *'" , oro;, 'R. , C.i Wills, ' . , . , • om^ntm ames,, ,yellvillc;., 'j. ,,T. W^ ^* "*'•' ' ^~~* ni " n i- 1 ' TUX - value ol .personal _ property. ..jincl r.e^l '.qstate! rociiju-ij, 4axi .ns.spijiors - •lil:{li-:itniU',5M.a;t :POjtry.f.,yut;i E. ments within •• 90 days;' stopping sales tax .'-leaks", will. help.". , .^Most/'bi tjiej oth'ei'"s,''in thai, group nria'de .similar suggestions. Senator Nance added that he favored increases and "if'necessary will vole to secure additional laxcs from some source." Represenlativc Wimborly said 'eliminate unnecessary expense and waset and w " : ' . .... sum,- ol'll-ve j.io.stv.Mj- hai'ri- ....-! i.uireU • l.iy a deieiilod i ir.i- men were killed ti.'d-iy >• plosion ai tiie Si;r,,'-'hini- (' at Hacketl, Ar,.. .. „ we will-have suf-i The men' were -i j-i i-e ficient funds." But Representatives fi,. ( , i )u ,... q ...; ln v"'ie oil Thompson and Smith of Van Buren ' p,' :r j n ,, (he' i,.-"ee' i' l;i - - n '-.,. could sighl only slight increases, ito'be^in win I'" Tie-'-'n-'i'', • however, and Smith added, "I'at Green !vco(! 'bv'ii-.e have some doubt that they can be i I.'.jne'rel Yi'omf ,,'• ('ii-,-. raised as high ns is neocled without (;o, mine lire iie--' •••f-i .•'• some additional taxes." m,' a luinne;, i.ii:'; ; ',.; ','•'. Tlie group unable to see ho\v '],;' u ,\'m ! ,.-,.•!'. ,•' ,,/ the increases would be made with- v -ns" un;i\-;ii!ei-i i'i.i- com out more taxes included Snators ] rc scu.-' '^'e- ;'-'i" r- '-.-li'l i'\Eagle Street, Cave City; J. K. juo't hee\ ilv o : ...',',. • ,i Garner, Fort Smith: ,1 Kd Thomi- ; The e^,,,',^:.,, ', ;','..' ; . son, Paragould; Howard Holthoff, in'ii,,' \\'lu''v e : "''i"'•' n Gould R. D. Smith, Jr., Marianna, j j n .[ ... ,1,,-,,,.. ,,.','. '..''.,!, and Reps. H. G. Lcatliers, Berry- i riiary' of Hi ,.'>-.- r' villc; Laud Payne, Pini'.ott; Glen] !;,:.-(•,,,. v'-o'''iii- "" ( '1 F. Walthcr, Little Rock, and M. O. iTimmons ;mn "c l"rk io i- Raley, Paragould. Sal-out three hou,:; " ;,!,.•!•' Senator Garner said the in- Jplosion. A !.'";iv i-e-eiie creases could not be grunted with-! formed in.m M; • i -.- •• '.i out diverting funds from somc''f ;u . t , ;it (|,,. ',;,'. ,' r , .,•' .;',.. other use and added, "the st;:lu ' n a; . uinler L- i.-ei'id •• ,'r. •• never has and never c;in have any:[o nn.v,. : .'ii\',i. ;,, i, . moneys until they are hrsl collect-, ed from the |>e<;ple in taxes." j , 4ft -n^. in •-•• • s.-i.. > ;; Senators Thompson and Smith, j-AVJt U t; t..f \-'.~ t"i and Representative Cl;irenee Taylor, Helena, suggested the possi-' bilily of increasing in-iiMon.-; ' through use of government or ;;ur- , J^'F", 1 :)!'^'' plus fuunds. but s.'iv,' no possibility 1 *;'. "r : ;' ( ,. : 'f hiking teacher pay wtibout .^\'^[- IM'.''i' Representative Payne. on the other hand, thinks iiass;i;;e of Amednient -10 to the consiitution tati- : ;ii"d""i'e'.- e. might improve- teacher;;' salaries but added "as to the verv ' ing old age >'eni;ioi: loss to know where would corne irom." Sen F. C. Crow Rep, James Campbell. Springs, said frankly. "f know," Campbell said "tivhlcniM'! : up sales tax ink'.hl do it," and ;' Crow added: "I certainly feel the old people have been taken advantage ol'. a;; funds raised (or them have been appropriated lo paini universilv buildings and for otin-,- non-v.'el- fare uses." Senator Holtholf sue.La-.-te.l thai "economic changes in the near future will brim; about a MHiatii-!; !in which the present scale iof pen- jsions and K;i!ari'.->i i:- more e.ea;ly on a purity with other incomes." MRS. CARNES HONORED : I ChiuHgy. Nov. 17 •'•'(>, Tin' , ! \'a- (tional Society for Ciippled Cliildren I and Adults has n.'imc-d Mi'i. Jar;-. iCarnus. Little Hock. Ark., to it* • | executive eommitlee. i Her a|'jj.ioint mi.'ot was aiine-uneeri al a rneetim; oi' tin- society here '. yesterday. | spread and vical numbei.-, of | j pie have had allaci:.-- oi ihi- CM j tion. There is a Bluing 'e :.-!•,•! ! for recovery v.ninuit an v i r ! llielit. When tiVLjImenl : irj,".i | used, it is based on tiie iialin ii location of tie.' eaus>-. i QUKSTIO.ii: (.-> it /ale \--i lie:, [amiii A and vitamin 1"! in comb i lion '.' ^F*.*^.-/- 1 i - i •• •' >'• - '•-' Trfs: ^/-f^Vi..: „•. i' : .t ill C-Yi'-i' pill' SO ^•i-'-j/i/f-/--•:-' fjj^tl,,' :L.y ^mm^ »^^PV'/£,:':•-,.. ,/"' 4 ' ">'•-'f/ R'Sv H'vS H >?"** tf*

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