Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 13, 1948 · Page 2
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«V I Page Two HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Monday, December 13, 1948 ^ Truman May Oppose Form Support Drop Biirt-aM T-'oderrn ion convention ih.'it I <•••,',- sispi-.ni-ls cnuld \viMl lead to "Tho fleijnrtiiK'n!'? thinhii; snirl. "js ih;jt f}}'of:n;n<{ ports sharply is no! n he desirable |O In fr.et. 1.1 ie use oi Uiis (leviei; 'oy iiseif t:ir,i\i) t>-,!"t ;t'i' i.o discourage the e'!ii!;".-'-a'.ion :-!(!<• of the farm Atlantic City, N. J.. Dec. 13 ~t,v,\wt:-\v. — An agriculture department offi-j \Vor. cial hinted today that (he Tntn-rni ! \- A \; •;•,);, Edministration may oppose a sharp ' ri.-s-r i i; drop in future farm price- sup- : re ach P'JrtS. • ill-:,' 1( Frank K. Woolley, deputy ad- \ -fi-,.. ininistrator of the department's 1nf ] ',. production and marketing adminis-i' r ,. rl( , tration, told an American Fai in I.",,.. , Daily Bread Continued From Page Onn salaries are so meaner thnt the wcak-wi'iled arc always open to the temptation of auf.;menling them in any way they «el the chance. • • • triple and quadruple checks on almost every . , • one. ration. Hence the slowness, du- 10 : " linin '! plication and waste of funds. ' It still seems imperative: that the sonic day must spend M 2! E but here's a hint! If it's marriage you contemplate, get straightened out on all insurance before you set that date! INSURANCE FOR EVERYTHING :•• ,-is ,'! ccn vrrttio?] oil' 1 .'" strut;|;led 10 i .,, :: i':>'q"^|i<<n <<M money''io'';^vc' money. A whote- lil - ! ''" • vli !'!)or,K. j,,. il(! ( . nt jn p . iyi . ol | s j s no t the e of price supports [ w ) lo j c , answer. If salaries were jiti liior-'ram is ex- I ra iseel S2.000.0nn or even $20.- ip I'oi- (it bate in the j (;(](]_()()() in the government, purchas- i.--ii!.!resr:. j iny departments to save $250,000,- .mcnl was inter-: 000 it'would quite clearly be a bin-ail leaders as I pound investment. .-enii •(! Aik--:n-JIop'M Perhaps if Congress gives the 1 ;>.<.•.• pa.'T-.-d by the I filial Hoover report the serious oiled i'.MUi ' con- I attention it undoubtedly will de- 1 serve, something finally may be , done in this direction. /;re,-i,i cnrlor.'-.ed the :-!i'(i?.- in" !)HS acl. But if'.;, especially from <}{ lii" or.'Mni/afion iO - s:ii.po.-t at about. e.-osifir/iit Hassil E. Te.;li;ma 1','ii'm bll- ih;;i the nation's eco!<•- e"<ianfered hv ihe prji-es. He said a pre••;(.; ncture would bank- :'ei'al j'ovc.-rnment. / Lewis-Mdariy Inc. Plan Now to Attend Tonight - Monday 7 until 8 o'clock ift Suggestions to "slone" o) v/ei.Mht is M pounds. Creomulsion relieves promptly because it ,«oos ri;;ht to the scat of the trouble to help loosen iincl c:;pcl germ laden phlegm and ait! nature to soothe and | heal raw, under, inflamed bronchial mucous membranes. Toil your druggist to sell you a bottle of Cteomuhion with the understanding you must like the way it quickly ix!U\ys the cough or you are to have your money back. C^rKWy'PoE %SCIH o -fcrusalem. The f ^bv^lL^v^rf/u^t^^d^H^ f u Pilt , rims . 1 . (H tor CougllS,Chest Colds.EronchltlS ' Jewish-heki territory. Jerusalem. Dec. 13 (/Pi.— Thousand;; of Christian pilgrims will be permitted to cross both Jewish and Arab battle lines in their centuries-old procession to Bethlehem for Christmas. Israeli troop Commander Col. Ato.she Dayan and the commander of Trans-Jordan's Arab legion, Col. Abdullah El Tel agreed yesterday to tjive safe passage to the pil- Krims. They met under the auspices of Col. Roger Carleson, chief United Nations observer in the holy city area. Last year Christmas caroling was almost drowned out by the preparations of war. Only a handful of pilei-ims took part in the nativity celebrations in contrast to 30.001) in 194G. They held services under the eyes of policemen armed with tommy guns. Bethlehem, five miles south of Jerusalem is in the hands of the Arab legion as is the old walled city of Jerusalem. The first two miles route is through ^ *f ty Agency Phone 1300 Hope, Ark. , Ob'ry Shsvef for.... Complete Plumbing SuppSies Reznor Suspended Unit Heaters FSooor Fiarnaces Roper Gas Ranges and ELECTRIC DISHWASHERS — DISPOSALLS — HEATING PHONE 259 You can't please her more this Christmas than giving her lovely Lingerie from Lewis-McLarty's. You'll find it easy to select her gift when you see the many lovely things we have for her. For Her Christmas Miss Swank, Sans-Suci and Carter's gown that she is sure to love. Satins, crepes, sheers and jersey. Beautiful lace trimmed styles in white, tea rose, blue and yellow. Sizes 32 to 40. '*V V '.^J # ff&^&ft? <* * ' ^ - 1.1 * $ ! V ! f- £» * *• ; f 5 tfj .. *< "'fllW^J' $ A*vf £1 /' *«<» n< s -> <f/ *£•• Y > She'll Appreciate For Her Christmas !n this collection you'll find Form Fit, Bestform.. Hollywood, and Delores brassieres. Cotton, rayon, and nylon in both tailored and lace trimmed styles. Colors of Black; blue, Tea Rose and White. All sizes. * V >".'* Hope Furmfrure Co. Plays Santo fro You You'll Choose Wisely From THIS Group of For Her Christmas Why not give her one of these Miss Swank slips? Bur-Mil quality rayon crepe, in white or tea rose with lace trim. Sizes 32 to 40. As shown at right. \. Santa Gift Price fro You Mote Than Ten Styles to Choose From o LOUNGE CHAIRS * LEATHER CHAIRS o FAN BACK CHAIRS o WtNG CHAIRS Choirs ihcit leave you breathless . . . i heir iabrics are so lovely in color and ioxture Choirs that will "pick-tip" vour livincj rcx./rn like a tonic . . . thoi ••/ill be a credit to ^our good gift judge- r iiL-Ml tor vooii, and years. A special i.'.nrcl Kjsi. 1 . pkts our own fine stock Lornl/inc 10 bring y,)Li a gift value that r. ii Lily i.;x.coptional. To give Her Christmas ALL NYLON, Lace Trimmed in white • C QC or tea rose ^s^^ TAILORED BUR-MIL CREPE In white or ^J Q^ Tea Rose O«^<=# CAMISOLE TOP BUR-MIL CREPE. In white C QK or tea rose «J'.jy«J' PANTIES FOR HER CHRISTMAS— f 4> W i $$1 i% '£' J 14^ fii ti-, /\A/'. V. Hcrrtdon, S S. Cornelius I ! NYLON PANTIES These panties are by Faerie, Carter's and Sans- Suci. All nylon in either white or tea rose. Plain or lace trimmed. Sizes A to 1 0. 2.50 RAYON PANTIES You'll find shorties, briets, skinfits in many styles with or without leg bands. Plain or \ocs trimmed. Tall, medium and shorts. Sizes A to 10. 1.00 to 1.98 *€*€C*€-C€^€^ / / A / ^^S!§C-i ,S \ Phone 944 Hope, Ark.

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