Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 28, 1954 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 28, 1954
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HO ' t STAR, HOPE, A R KAN s A s : . Thursday, January 28, 1954 23.S24.Od, ste ady. ^ftifeiHuta replacf ..'s\fk0D{ heifers' *md rfrlmgi Slow} very lilUfe , r ..ii*ctiVe -anti strong, to ott- :fHigher 1 'unices; ottllty and * ' COWS il.SO-13.50; can iofter, <<OWB • 9.00-11.50; ¥} 'utility and ^ommer cl« 12.'60-i4.50; commercial bulls id.oOlf.Wi; vea'ers steady; few clornmercfai and food vealers and calves felow few primd ve'alei's 34.00; c;dOd and choicre 2100-32.00; commercial and good 1900-26.00;. News Briefs UTfLE ROCK, (UP) — The Ar kansas State Cancer Commission create'! last yecr, ha* money Woes according to its fitst nnual report to QJV. Francis Cherry yesterday. "Fund. 1 ! were not sufficient to meet (he need for services to the indigent cancev patient," the report said. "Lack of facilities and fund?-to provide care for term! hal patiehts or those*with far ad- 1,200; few early sales vaticsrl cancer continued to be an tully nieadyj sniall clots wooled iambs 21.OiK2.00; one lot of choic and ptime No. 1 skins 21.23; no ou^h IF,ales to fully establish pric trend; slaughter f./es steady; cu to good ewes 3.60-j.OC. YOU K8TOGK8 NEW YORK l# — Backwardns persisted in the Stock Market to day for thc second straight ses slon, , All divisions were affected by th moderate decline thai went I around a point at thr most. Fev plus signs Were seen in key areas Cite Hurt Like Sin <!• i.J 1 ..',. J JlU 3 r- t l J4 „_ hn*plt«l-for- IflOltta) TM Ptl* OlAtnteHt ,, takes psln, burn and iteh out of«IiitDlepll«. Developed and ., i)»*ibv itKtots of Thoriiton A . • Mlftor Hi}»t>IM, tntnout for J" "JjBMIeM^ »l»«e" pxtlenti. '«».wonders for tvttyiA* iT?**TM fflhdrmoB i a number of leding i sues held unchinged. Traders and otliers stood asid< as thy market declined. POULTRY AN PRODUCE CHtCAGO W) Live poultrj about steaJy; receipts 2B1 coops F.O.B. paying tDl•!ce^ on icent low cr; heavy h"ns 28-31; light hens J719; fryers or broilers 2427; ok roosters 17-10 ducklings 3031. Butter steady receipts 974,279 Hiokjple buying prices unchanged 83 score A A and 82 A 65; 90 B 03.25; 89 C G3.fi; cart: 90 B 64; 89 C 62.75. weak receipts 13,071. wholesale buying prices unchangec to 2</ a cents lower; U. S. large 46.647; U. S. mediums and standards 45.5; clurent receipts 43.5; checks and ditties 42. LITTLE ROCK W) *- Batesville- PJoral area: Market weak. Offer- pings tully adequate for the fail demand. Only one ale reported at ;hc top of the price range. Trad ins moderate to active. Prices at the farm, broilers and fryers, 2V* to 3'4 pounds, 22-23 cents. Bulk of trading centered on 22 cents. GRAIN AND PROVISIONS CHICAG OA r- Grains dipped in quiet dealings on the Board of Trado today: Hya showed occasional flashes 'of strengtn, 'reflecting a better mar- ke ( t for this cereal at Winnipeg, and there also' .were times when September soybeans moved well above the "previous market. But in jeneral it was* an easier and ratKer dull- closed % to 1 cent lower, Maxch,. $2.13-$SU2, corn owes, March, $1.5^, oats l>/ 4 -l 1P- W 5?' JiW h Jl 8 ^- , rye unchanged sdy: jeans % lower tp JJ4 higher, March $8.11*3.12. wiipat. None. Corn: No. 2 1.57/58; No. 3 1.556-57; No. ..sample grade l,51 1 / 2 3 1 /4. •Mi * Here's a wardrpbe of wonderfully cute coordinates in a whole range of ^ styles, fabrics aixd colors, for your little, girj or boy, They're well-made m and made for eftph other in sailing blue Cham-Denim, Jp silver grey ' *plee<J with coiprfuHy- ¥»»'! t? 4 , . , f 2.49 8 t*'7Y i • i ,2.98 " §hJr* iiw btirned over in In Arkansas last suiting damage of 61,292,680. The figures were disclosed yesterday by the Arkansas State For estry & Parks Commission. The commission said the acreage figure v.as below thc: IS^yeaf average cf 78,000 acres but the num ber of fires was nearly 1,000 above the 3.800 iiverage. The 1953 fire loll was down con siderably from the 1952 future Tim- Madrid Students Continue Riots MADtUD, Spain, — iUP)— M utt- dreds of marching students, defying official suspension threats, battled club-swinging police in downtown streets today in the third day of anti-British rioting here. The students surged down Gran Via, Madrid's nam street, shouting anli-brltish slogans and waving ) the riots was Britain's 250-year tenure of. Gibraltar, n fortress-rock at Spain's sou'.hefn tip. There are ice island but no icebergs in the Arctic Ocean says the National Geographic Society. The overseas possessions France are 4 1/2 times as large the mother country. of as ber fires in Arkansas in 1952 total | propaganda'ba nners. ed 7,32fj and accounted for the near- destruction of £37.720 acres. Stale Fire Police Chrged the rioters :n fashionable Callao Square, arid unsolved* problem." The reppijl noted that formal lequeita were made In two instan olufc f lre rtaT]ger Jlm Jvlarun Knols 0 , stuaems ana ciuo-wiemmg ces io/ new tumor clinics at Har-1 attrlbuted thc lg ^ declin in pa ,. t !p 0 ]i ce I)O » e d off into side streets. «.f»r.*4 ,**A itfnef ll TflM-l i^h iri Vltif 4Vln'. -. . .. ^ I * ,. ..«»,, As before, tho principal factor In Jim Martin'knots of students and club-wielding rison ,,r.d West Memphis but, the to a fire-conscious public. report said, "because of limited funds the commission could only pledge it coopertipn and suggest that rtich clinics be organized on n voluntary basis without score tarial or clerical aid." LITTLE ROCK, (UP- — Two controversial '.rrtarrlnge laws fttt Up -by the 1953 state legislature v/ere blamed today for 50 per ported a total of 25,168 marriage rate. The Bureau of Vila tatistics reported a total of 25,16 Smarriage liceme.i were issued in Arkansas during 1953 ai compared to 51,717 for the previous jear. The largest decline, 65 per cent, was in North Arkansas, where the two new laws were aimed principally "marr/age mil's" in border coun ties. The new laws eliminate waiver of a t/ree-day waiting period by a county judge' and require a pre- maritl blood test Several Counties in central Ar tansas reported small increases, such as Pulaski county in which is located the state's capital city, Pulaski issued 1 ,310 licenses, 173 more than in 1952. c LITTLE ROCK, (UP) — A total of 64,634 acres of timberland was Data: No. 1. heavy white 84'/ 2 86; o. 3. ?A\'s', 'sample j/rade medium icavy white 79Vg; sample grade white 841/2. •Barlny nominal: Malting 1.20-62; :eed 38-1.20. Field seed per 100 b nominal- White clover 9.010.00; •ed top 57.00-58.OC; aisike 16.0017.00 timothy ' 12.00-13.00; red clover 26.00-27.50. NEW YORK COTTON NEW YORK (ffi — Cotton futures were s'teady today in fairly active trading. The market made new lighs for the current move on an nitial Hurry of buying orders which etended gains to 55 cents a bale. Towever, the market encounted srofit taking r.nd hedging at the 4.00 cents a pound level, and )rices subsequently backed away omewliat from the day's best eviels. Late afternoon pnces were un hanged to 25 cents a bale higher han the previous close. March' 3.92, May 33.98 and July 33.92. WEEK END LADIES resses J ust a few of these dresses at these low prices. Values from $8.95 to $19.95. Novy COSTUME PHICE Reg. $1.22 Jewelry. . . . .... NO\Y Reg. $2.44 Jewelry... .... . . ,N.OW (THE LITTLE'SHOP WITH A LOT OF STYLE) 108 S. Main Phone ^5850 FARMER'S APPRECIATION For Friday and Saturday. Shop West Bros, for all your clothing needs and save Mcns 9 Oz. Cowden Double stitched, sanforized, Precision tailored and union made. Sizes 30 to 50. Men's Blue Chambrey Sah'forized, full cut for comfortable wear. Sizes 14 to 17. Extra special Mens Work Cap toe, or plain toe> heel mold. Boltan insole stays soft as long as the shoe lasts. Sizes 6 to 12. Boys Blue 8 oz., zipper front, double stitched and sanforized. Sizes 4 to 16. Special Mens Sweat Warm and long lasting. These are regular $1.49 values. Sizes 38 to 46. Special Boys Sweat All colors in these sweat shirts. Sizes 2 to 12 and values . up to $1.19. Special HOME OF GOOD VALUES 2nd & Main Hope, Ark. I! The luxurious 200-hp RoADMAsre* Riviera —lop buy of lha custom-car "hardlops," Offltt It looks like the MJVTON BES STARS fOR »V Sec iho 6ulck-B«r10 Show «*"« < t"CE A MHIIOH, \ I <o ^ ffci '•-\' W E'VE had more tban a fair share of success in this business-rbut this beats all! From the day we opened our doors to show the new 1954 Buicks, we've been kept hopping by people, questions and orders. It seems that folks have, been hoping for a really ; big change in the new cars-^-and Buitk's got what they want, right across the board. Buipk's got it in style—in the sleek, swift, low and glamorous look of the sports cars, but with the room and comfort of Buick size and breadth. Bujck's got it in power— in high-compression V8 engines all stepped up to new horsepower highs and boosted to new economy with Power- Head Pistons, Buick's got it in ride comfort, too, and handling ease, and visibility—and n whole new list of features as up to the minute as the very look of these great cars. But —why don't you come see what all the excitement is about.? Then you'll discover that what's helping to make the '54 Buicks the biggest hit in our history are the prices we're quoting—prices that buy more BuioJr beauty and power and thrill and sheer av tomobile than smart money eyer bought before. f> ef ,WHIN BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT YW1 BMHB tHSM '*«, ^^^^ ^W^flBl^ff^ ^^ i^W ^WIPjp^' ,(W A<l'^Bl.l.«.'' / Jl B L S-H ! C«.ll^ r !_& i^^L^ 1 * *

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