Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 18, 1948 · Page 7
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 7

Publication:
Location:
Hope, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Thursday, November 18, 1948
Page:
Page 7
Start Free Trial
Cancel

Thursday, Noveitiber 18, 1948 Whether HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Continued From Page One ing is safe at least for a month or longer. The government previously announced more than 1,000,QUO men on both sides were involved in the battle. QUICK RELIEF WITH MENTHOIATUM COOLS... V j SOOTHES.../ ! EASES BURNING PAIN Elizabeth Given General Anesthetic Newspaper Says London, Nov. 18 — (/T>) — The usually well informed British Press Association said today it had 'learned Princess Elizabeth was (given a general anesthetic for the |birth of her son Sunday night. j Sir William Gilliatt, the princess' gynecologist, declined to discuss what methods he used. Princess Elizabeth and her infant son. are doing well, her doctors ve- j ported today. The announcement (Signed by Sir William Gilliatt and ;Sir John Weir, who assisted at the ! birth, said Elizabeth spent a com- ! I tollable night. ' Page Seven ""-Jlhifaal BROADCASTING SYSTEM li ff VOUR STORE New Cottons in Dan River fabrics have just arrived. In the newest styles. Sizes 10 to 20, 141 to 241. and G.y'i We Give Eagle Stamps The Leading Department Store HOPE NASHVILLE ^ffJ&ODY AWAtta 1&47 More optimistic officials said the results of the past week's .fiKhting means the ascendency of Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek's once waning fortunes. Foreign observers placed the result of the fighting along the Suchow front somewhere between the government's official claim of complete victory and the Communists' continued insistence that they still hold the initiative. Gen. Chow ChinJou's rejuvenated air force furnished the balance of power which apparently threw back Red Gen. Chen Yi's troops. It appears certain that Red Gen- "rnls Chen and Liu Po-cheng — if they have not been defeated — have been forced to abandon the immediate conquest of Suchow and withdraw for regrouping. Cham; said the bulk of Chen's nine columns were "enticed" into a pocket East of Suchow by Gen. Huang Po-tno's sevent army group. After government forces of Gen- orals Chi Ching-chuan and Li-mi entered the battle. Chang said, 'the Reels were forced to withdraw. The spokesman said incomplete statistics showed General Huang's seventh army group alone was credited with inflicting ti3,(ji>0 Red casualties; Chi and Li-mi's arrny groups 10,000 and 3.000 killed and wounded by the Chi- nesf Air Force. (Both sides often exaggerate casualty claims in China). North East ond South of Suchow. the Communists have been broken into small groups of a few hundred each and are surrendering, the spokesman said. The effect of the victory claim was especially noticeable in Nank- ing. Hundreds of officials and others who were packed and prepared to flee the city before the arrival of the Reds now arc dis- cupsing a military comeback British Consul-General R. W. Ur- quharl in Shanghai announced his jL'overnment has no intcnlton of abandoning British interests or telling its nationals to leave China at this stage. Are you going thru the functional middle-nee' period peculiar to women (38-52 yrs.)? Does this make you suffer from hot flashes, feel so nervous, high-strung, tired? Then DO try Lydla E. PUikham's Vegetable Compound to relieve such symptoms! Plnkham's Compound also has what Doctors call a stomachic tonic effect! * LYDJA E. PINKHAM'S 2 Foot STANDARD DELUXE and SUPREME MODELS. Now Available at Catalogue Office Phone 1080 Hope,, Arkansas Thursday p.m., Nov. 18 5:00 Adventure Parade*—M 5:15 Superman—M 5:30 Captain Midnight—M n:4S Tom Mix—M G:00 Rhythm & Reason 6:15 News, Five Star Kdit'^o 6:25 Today in Sports 0:30 News Comment—M 6:45 Fulton x.ewis, Jr. 7:00 What's the Name of That Song—M 7:30 The Better Half—M 7:55 Hy Gardner—M 8:00 Gabriel Heattor—M 8:15 Mutual Newsreel—M 3:30 Mysterious Traveler—M . 8:55 Bill Henry, News—M 9:00 Thin Man—M 0:30 Dance .Orch.—M 10:00 All the News—M 10.: 15 Miguclito Valdes Orch.—M 10:30 Dean Hudson's Orch.—M 10:55 Mutual News—M 11:00 Sign-Off Friday a.m., Nov. 19 5:57 Sign On «:00 Hillbilly Hoedown 6:25 Bargain Roundup 0:30 News, First Edition 6:40 Arkansas Plowboys 6:55 Market Reports 7:00 Farm Breakfast Program 7:15 Melody Eoys 7:30 The Devotional Hour 7:45 Musical Clock 7:55 News, Coffee Cup Edition 8:00 Sunrise Serenade 8:30 Slogan Parade 8:55 Arkansas News Roundup 9:00 Cecil Brown—M 9:15 Faith in Our Time—M 9:30 Nashville Program 9:45 Airlane Melodies j 10:00 Passing Parade—M 10:15 Victor H. Lindlahr—M I 10:30 Gabriel Heatter's Mailbag i —M ! 10:45 Lanny Ross—M I 11:00 Kate Smith Speaks—M | 11:15 Kate Smith Sings—M 11:30 Luncheon at Sardi's—M 11:45 Luncheon at Sardi's—M Friday p.m., Nov. 19 12:00 News, Home Edition 12:10 Market Time John Daniel Quartet Melody Mustangs Eddy Arnold Show—M Queen for a Day Golden Hope Chest—M Movie Matinee—M Ozark Valley Folks—M Songs of Love The Johnson Family—M 1430 Club Swing Time America at Sea Adventure Parade—M Superman—M Captain Midnight—M Tom Mix—M Bobcat P«r> Rally News, Five Star Final , Today in Sports Henry J. Taylor—M Fulton Lewis, Jr.—M Great Scenes from Grea' Plays—M Bobcat Preview Football game: Hope vs. Arkadelphia Gabriel Healter—M Bill Henry, News—M All the News—M Miguclito Valdes Orch.—M Dean Hudson's Orch.—M Mutual News—M Sign O£? Truman to Seek Higher Postal Rates Whether Continued From Page One In other sections, including the evacuation port of Tsingtao, there arc 1,574 others. These figures do not include military people such as those on the American advisory ' has been in that vicinity for more han a month on a tr&imni! cruise from the United States. Meanwhile, two navy ships will stand by to take Americans on', of cuss whether and how much additional aid should be given, in terms of arms and supplies. Marshall Plan Ambassador W. Averell H&rriman will be in on the meet- Shanghai. The US SGosselin. a di>- '»§• slroyer converted into a fast troop I Bul tllnt time. Mr. Truman will transport, was due there today ihavc the latest military views from from Tsinptao. The XJRS General his defense secretary. Forrestal Asking a woman her age is Ifke buying a second-hand car: The speedometer has been s,et back, but you can't tell how far. Butncv, Washington, Nov. 18 -W-Pi-csi-l'^ssions to Chiang Kai-shek's N"-iwhich can carry more than 500') dent Truman will renew with vigor ,1'onalist government. !passengers, is scheduled to nrrivo next year Ins plea for higher postal: 3. The primary reason for the |at Shanghai on Fridav rates to help balance the budget, [presence of the .marines in China f The'reinforcement'o"f the marine those in the know said today. ;is to protect American lives and garrison and "the evacuation ship The Postoflice Department now property. It is to be assumed that | plans solved to point up the seems likely to wind up $500.000.(Kill 111 snooting between marines and wor ,| c , n jmr' military situation in in the red next June 30. jCoinmunists should occur it would ichiii'a ' To emphasi/e Oieir no-rctalinlion i^" m defense of these lives and Generalissimo Chiang has writ- contention, they recalled that thej thl? property they represent, president recommended postal rate:_ The current marine force of 3,- navnl transport! planned to fly to Key West to talk with the president. todny , boosts in each of the last two years jfiOO men at Tsingtao has what is Would Give State Cancer Group Additional Funds Little Rock, Nov. IS — (/?) — An ten a direct appeal to President Arkansas Legislative Council Corn- Truman foi— as Ambassador We!-; rr.itlce has recommended in- lington Koo described aii|Croased appropriations for the Ar and followed up the first suggestion ideseribcd in the" navy announce- American pronouncement of "sym-j kanso.s Cancer Commission and " " ....... .... , ..... with a specific bill drafted by thejrnvent as "supporting aircraft." palhy. solidarity and support." Sec- the state's share of the school postmaster general. jbrobnbly some lighters and a few rotary of State Marshall, flyinj.' lunch programs That bill would have -' '" : -' '" ' ' ' " ' "' •••-•• '--..- -•- sharply boosted rates for second class matter. But it never out of com- ..._ _. aerial transports. _ , .......... ... ......... .. ........ back from Paris, will talk foreign mittee for a vote in cither house jican out or Congress. The president • >- •» *u j ii. *« 11 *.*[.• u ( * j. ».*«(„ n. a '.it 11 t *i i i o, »» 111 L t: «ix i *_/[ <-'£.< i The navy already has ample fa- policy with Mr. Truman on Mon:.:.,-. ,.. „..-._..,. . i day> In addition to weighing Chiang's cilities in (lie area to hurry Amer- .. spoke out. ngnin, but less emphatically, for higher postal rates in his biidget message last year— again to the Republican-dominated JiOth Congress. Next January. however, the president will have a .Democrat- dominated Congress containing a numvber of new faces. And administration sources say, he will "strongly urge" the rate boosts. Some increases were voted by the 80th Congress to go into effect on January 1. They will raise air- ma •! stamps from five cents to six, make varying hikes in third and fourth class mail, and up rates on money orders and registered mail. (Third class mail is made up of circulars, catalogues and other printed matter or merchandise weighing under eight ounces. Fourth class mail is parcel post— packages between eight ounces and 70 pounds in weight.) Those inert-uses were votsd by Congress for the specific purpose of offsetting part of the costs of a pay raise given to the 500,000 Postofficc Department employes. They got a S450 a year raise compared with the $330 raise voted for other federal workers. Officials said Mr. Truman will leave it to the Poslpffice Department to ^specify again the precise rate raises it wants. They added that in addition to a jump in second class rates another hike in third and fourth class rales also probably will be sought. "The "penny postcard' 'looks like a probable target for a boost. Post- Master General Donaldson said recently it is a big money loser for the government. 12:15 12:30 12:45 1:00 1:30 2:00 2:30 3:00 3:15 3:30 4:00 4:45 5:00 5:15 5:30 5:45 6:00 G:15 6:25 6:30 6:45 7:00 7:30 7:45 8:00 8:55 10:00 10:15 10:30 10:55 11:00 Top Radio Programs New York, Nov. 18 —(/?)—Topics i tonight (Thursday): NBC7 Henry Aklrich and Family; 7:30 Burns and Allen; 8:30 Dorothy Lamour show; 9 Screen Guild—All My Sons 9:30 Fred Waring music. CBS—7 FBI in Peace and War; B Agnes Moorehead in "Sorry, Wrong Number;" 9 Jack Benny in James Hilton Playhouse; 0:30 First Nightor "Case Dismissed. ABC—I!:;!!) Theater USA, Benny Goodman; 7:30 Jo Stafford show; j'J Personal Autographs; 9 Child's ! World. RIBS—7 Name of the Song quiz 7:30 Better Half; 8:30 Mysterious Traveler; 9:30 Dinner National Conference Christians and Jews, Henry Ford II and others. Friday programs: NBC—11:30 a. m. Words and 'Slioe in MASTER-FLEX CALFSKIN No finer style at any price. Superior shoemaldng and exclusive Master Titter Lasts make these grand shoes your Bl-ST BUY — by a comfortable margin. Other Freemans 9.95 to 16.75 We Give and Redeem Eagle Stamps 8 '•The Leading Department Store HOPE NASHVILLE of Tsingtao, if that becomes urgent. Its task force 3!1— made up of two carriers, two eight destroyers s?*M®'iws8<iM L. H. Autry. Burdette, chairman, said an appropriation of $85.400 annually for school lunches plus $40.000 fur new equipment next request for a diplomatic pronounce-1 year and a SW.OOO annual budget ment. it is expected the president j for the cancer commission were and his secretary of state will dia-1 approved. The Himalayan snow line is lowef , in the sunny south because those mountains get more snow on the southern side. Now She Shops "Gash and Carry" Without Painful Backache When disorder of kidney function permits Poisonous mntter to remnin In your blood, it irmycauEeimgKinstbackiwhe.rhcumttticpitin'", tec pains, loss of pep ana energy, getting Up nights, swelling, puffiness Under the 'yes, lieaii.'iches and dlzjinoss. Frequent of scanty pnsFaifcs with smarting and bu',-nint* some- tunes showa there h something wrong with' your kidneys or bladder, Don't wait! Ask your dmsjrlst for Donn's rills, ft stimulant diuretic, used succeiafolly by millions for over CO years. Dean's give jmppy relief nnd will help the 15 miles of kidney tubes flush out poisonous waatafrom your Wood. Get Doan's Pills. Dullies Named Continued From Page One Mr. Truman defeated in the November election. Secretary Marshall is returning to the United States for a full scale review of the peace outlook with President Truman at the White House Monday. Cohen is a former counsellor for the State Department. Meanwhile, Secretary of Defense Forrestal flew here for a talk foreshadowing possibly historic diplomatic and defense steps to preserve the peace. The ominous march of events in China and the threat of further trouble in Europe and elsewhere furnished a backdrop for his talk with President Truman at the temporary "White House." Forrestal had lunch with the president. While others were in on the luncheon, the two were to confer separately. The luncheon guests included Paul Fitzpatrick, Democratic state chairman for New York; Senator Pepper (D-Fla); Florida Governor- elect Fuller Warren; Rep. George Smathers (D-Fla), and Leonard Hicks, Chicago hotel man. The developing diplomatic crisis transformed this naval submarine base from a presidential vacation retreat into a conference site upon which the basis for a restatement ot American international policy may be laid. Mr. Truman is flying back to Washington Sunday for a full-scale icview of the peace outlook with Secretary of State Marshall and roving Economic Cooperation Administration A m b a s s d o r W. Averell Harriman. His conference today with Forrestal is expected to be preliminary to his White House survey of the entire diplomatic picture. Developments yesterday overshadowed speculaltion about, when Forrestal might leave the cabinet. His departure from Washington was preceded by his announcement that: 1. Marine forces are to be increased by 1,250 men at Tsinptao, China where 3,600 are now stationed. 2. Two transports arc going into Chinese ports to remove Americans from the path of advancing Communist forces. 3 He assumed the question of rearming western Europe "will come under a series of things I will take up with the president," 4. He will remain at his post as long as the president wants him, and that is is "at the service of the president." Forrestal, just returned from an inspection of European trouble areas, said his department has prepared a budget for the three armed services within the fifteen billion dollar limit set by Mr. Truman and the budget our"au. Asked whether it would mean any serious change in the navy's big carrier program or air forces expansion to 70-group stren«lh he replied: "Well, there will be adjustments. All of these programs, of course, have to be fitted economically to a fiscal pattern. The precise details of the result.'; of this budget I haven't yet fully examined but that will be available." At the same time, the White- House confirmed receipt by Mr. Tinman of a letter direct from President Chiang Kai-shek of the Chinese Nationalist governnu-nt. No disclosure was M'ui.ie a.-, to its contents and no comment was made upon them, but apparently it was an appeal for an American policy statement of "sympathy, solidarity and support" fur the Chiang a''.mini strati on. So;nt; Asiatic fj.^h survive dry seasons by burying themselves in the mud and living long periods i:i a torpid state. #;,<: Music. CBS—1 Second Mrs. Burton. ABC—0:45 a. in. The Roosevelts; 11 Welcome Travelers. MBS—10:43 a. jr,. Lanny Koss song; 12:15 p. in. Happy Gang. 4*J & Now is the time to pick out those toys. Come in and see our collection of Wagons, Tricycles, Doll Buggies, Dolls, Footballs and many others. Buy the ones you want now while we have a good selection. Use our LAY-AWAY PLAN. GREYHOUND These have all aluminum body and rubber tires. Well made to stand hard use. As shown below. GREYHOUND USE OUR CONVENIENT ROCKET STAKE BODY DIXIE FLYER JR. All steel body .and rubber tires, as shown above. DIXIE FLYER Another real wagon with one piece all steel body and sturdy wheels with rubber tires. A well made wagon with stoke body and rubber tires. Shown below. Boys' Want See our stock of Footballs. Get yours now. to HORSMAN You just must see our big stock of dolls. We hove them all. Big and little ones. Priced from Other 49cto BABY DOLL The doll buggie you'll want. See our stock of these. Complete Stock of Tricycles See our stock of tricycles and select yours now. Use our Lay-Away Plan. Shop now for those Christmas Toys while we have a big stock. New toys are arriving daily and now is the time to select yours. Buy now and use our LAY-AWAY PLAN. 10 Inch Tricycles 5.95 and 6.95 16 inch Tricycles 8.95 to 15.95 12 inch Tricycles 6.95 to 14.95 20 inch Tricycles 12.95 to 16.95 SECOND and MAIN HOPE

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,800+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free