Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 14, 1954 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 14, 1954
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HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Thursday, January 14, 1954 kfclive 240 h yes* weights Id? lb \v5 higher; bulk ) lb, fafirrtnVs and ^llls $416 ib.2G.5t); k few t lb d6wh 22.25! *fpf heavier sows ', .wait- tofi laief in the season. Late aftbrnooti price?, were 10 to 46 cent? a bale higher than the pre- VlotiS clflfie. March 33,43, May 33.64, and July 33.3% ftood! and choice 20.W4l.60; heifers activfc and firm-, utility and com' d'aftrifefg iittf some stfong rfc-l&.Ob; buib , unchanged i Utility and 50-14,50; etil- .; go&tf find '23.t)0.3<).00; cbrfi- good 18.1XM22.0' jndl- nw veftlers as high and"- utility vcaterfc jfV ' i.'JOO; 'initial sales and aiottly'^k to ww- btit, ttbt (ihbiVgn .. &8l&bliSh trend; aid ' Si £5* Ipr two " SO.tJti, thife Uft ~- the stobk 'IH Ihfe' seSond' hour 'tlii |ood gains list. almost iffliism "foiday ihfe leadia 'brttaSer tod ihcluded cherhi'calsn and pushed to between 1 ih hiany instances, . ?1 »i^h8 here and thbre ie^L^lttj, hampering the held at a pace right ""' ""'* li^OiOOO Shares. ^ ; colored-^ 4,200, buying, prices unch ' j 182 -A' •= pM c e is , tin- f -lafcgi 4»; ru, S, mfc- 1 44.5; cur- checks atod BatfcsvUlk- JWttrk«S;, Warily . roaialfi Jh and imp&ssible ,— • pottow futures Hqr tit^jtrade and u|e- bwying, H>dS« ' ' r>n- ,spot v $& A ^ood deal df the s^re^ijted^'to .short coV- iiteasfon*!, trdders, with ttl inoVem^ht of cot' loan con- for Ihfe upturn " the larger of idlte feavis ip,. * to • to the iradfes"of cot- GRAIN AND PROVISIONS CHICAGO -rf) Wheat and -old crOp soybean contracts enjoyed a riinUjJ fiton^ time oH* the Board ot Trade today but (he market never developed much real steam. JBttyi^R in wheat followed news 200,000 bushels of the bread grain Hiid bedn shipped fi'ofn Chicago ttvettitghl. Soybeans Were ptn- chased on hews 29,060,000 bushels of the 1053 crop hnd been impound cd uritlci the government loan. Odts also showed a little firm- fiesi at times but corn continued to lag. Cash dealers reported no purchases ot corn on a to-arrive basis, thd first day this has hap- penfed in thfe new year. Wheat closed Yt higher, 2.1d-2.0^, Corn y^'a lower, I,fi2r-l's, oats Mi-'i higher, "79 T/ 2, rye unchanged to March 1.20 and soybeans '/a-l'/i loWet, .Jan. 3.03-3.04. , Ca^h 'v/hoat: No. 1 yellqw hard 2.2d. Coi-ni No. 2 yellow 1.56'/456;' No. ,3 ''1.B3 1/4-55 '/ 2 ; No. 4 1.48. Oats: 'Nc. 1 heavy white 83%-84i/ 2 ; Jffi. 4 32^." Soybeans: -None. BaHey nominal; Malting 1.30-62; toea'86-1.18. Field Seed per 100 ib nomitial; ; White clover 9.25-9.7(5; red top ,57.00-88.00; fllsike 15.0016.00; timothy 4K7B-12.25; red clover J5.00-26.00. • March March March lower. Checkup Brings Big Collections LltLR ROCK Wl — The state Hevenue Department's door-to-door chtelc of business houses paid off ybstevday for the second time in two weoks when an out-of-state firm'paid $22,500 in delinquent sales tares. ' ' _ Revenue Commissier Vance Sburlock said, the company, ;which operates a' fir'anc-h office in Arkansas, made the' settlement yegler- dfay. He.refused to, identify the firm, but said it deals in farm ahd toed supplies. Ladfc wee'k, Scurlock said a northwest Arkansas business man paid over $26,000 in back taxes and penalities. , Both 'oi, the. delinquencies s were uncovered by Revenue' Department • LAST DAY n '• " - 9;16- k* ^WfWi | PH|iW .,'W'B'RW'* • - *,»>% ff ^toMk '' AT '"WmWIMUIWH DonDAILtY-DiondlYNNl Monorch" & Bugs Bunny Cartoon This Ad and lOc will Admit Person Tonight FRI. & SAT. Allan "Rocky" Lan. /; EI Paso Stampedie' 7 LEO GORCEY & the Bowery Boys "JALOPY" Americans Send Rescue Experts P I AMERICANS SEND VIENNA, Austria UP — A U. S. Alf Force rescue expert took chargi? today of. American relisf efforts in the South Central European area where avalanches this week have clairrted a reported 25t victim*. Coi. Hubert L. Riz6H, of Long Beach Calif, commander of the 12th Air Rescue Group, flew to Friedrichsaven GcrmanjV to direct a fleet of planes and helicopters assembled for thi relief operatioh. Meanvhile, falling temperatures Offered liope of an early end to thfc deadly snoxvslides touched off early this Week whe*i warm Weather In Alpine Volleys .caused slideir of tons of freshly-fallen snow. No major disasters were reported today. Official figures based on Incomplete reports said 187 persons Were dend or missing, but official reports placed the toll at 257. The area hardef-t hit was Austria's Walserthal —"Death Valley" — where two villages were, buried b^ tha rushing snow. aliditors sent by Scurlock on surprise investigations' of business firm. ; in scattered Arkansas townsy The ,auditors; make a • fioor-to-door chock of ,all-businesses. n jewels were first weighed! The earliest railway for passen- Strickly speaking coal is not a ; ' ... Ifl fcll-ats, ihfeir weight was ccmipos ; JferS were the same type of vechile e|l! Used as road coaches when the first • " [railways Were built. ed t othat Bi seeds of ed "ear's Piles' Pain Grieved Him This Relieved Hint: He (Uncovered patn-aoothtnfir, ni!<r-«!irthWnfe TM (Thatntoh & Minor) Ointment formula, developed by doctor!) (it Amtr- ' So fnnt, soothing, these doctors u»e TM Ointment for/ relief of patidnts -who corn* to them for surgical troattnent. Workii wonders fqr nimple cnscs. Ask drUKeiet for TM (Thornton & Minor) Ilcctal Oinlmcnt and Suppositories— $1.00 tube or package. • FINAL DAY * At: 5;S6 - 7:32 - 9:18 HOUNDED.. PURSUED... IDRI NUEON , CHILL WILLS • A VNIVERIAt INIttNAtlQmi fICTURE "Delightful Denmark" & "Hurricane. Hunters" • FRI. - SAT. • M.O.M PICIURE mineral, but a rock. When cocaine is takefl b£ mouth sehsations of hunger are deadend Cicero maintained a villa at the foot or Mt. Vesuvius. vival from early fighting ships which often had castles or towers to aid in the fighting on bow and The term "forecastle" is a slit- stern. TO .HELP YOU LIVE BETTER F WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES CAMPBELLS Griffin Brand . No. 300 Con WHITE or Yellow NO. 303 Can GREENS MUStARD or TURNIP No, 303 Alma Brand Can Hunts Brand No. 300 Can Griffin Brand No. 300 Can PET MILK WHITE PORK BEANS Alma Brand _ CopyrlphJ 1949. Th» Kroae. Co. No. 303 Can No. 300 Can Wilson's Certified, 4-6 Pound Average Cello Wrapped LB. Nutritious and ecbnomcial, sliced Lb, Corned ^Beef 3" f ib.pie™ "lb. 79c Lamb Shoulder Tend"R 0L0b s39c Lamb Chops ?;f rShou Lf 49c Spiced Lunchf on C' I L Old Fashioned Qt. 'Sauerkraut Home style .... j ar Breaded Shrimp Lamb Stew Lean and Boneless Delicious, All Meat, Rebdy for the Pan Lb. Lb. 23e Catfish Fillets (.ots, of Lean, Holds Volume Well When Cooking LB. ' Pah ; Ready Lb. ' C Potatoes so y, s. NO. i Colorpdo Reds UP. PAG DCn D/^TATACC Gopd Quality ' 10 Lb. R61? KU I A I Ut£ Washed Mesh /""DADCCbl HT 'Ftortda Marsh VJl^Ar pT|\y I I -§f^k§s, Cowpon Pock CARROTS •us 2 C 25c Fjrtih, FANCY RiP TiXAS TOMATOES .'•'. 19c FLOIUPA FASCAl, GRilN M jj*V^2

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