Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 8, 1954 · Page 2
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iSl 3TA A-? ^ '!*. ^ HOI 1 I Sf-AR, MO PI* Aft KAN S AS f Monday, February 8, 1954 v.^Vf *,. oesht Oil tut — Arkansas ______ ttftfc ttufebase from the /laM forfeited tot non-pay- t&fcei dd not-cbver oil and tnted Separately thd Arkansas 'eafc* Paul Ward, $WM«f the ophion, hoted that •lhc v iif »t ilittfe' life t question Decided by the court, e, Jfustirr: George Hose iSsefrted to the •opinion but til a wrJttrn dissent. taHle.Schtifnan.6f Little Hock iwirfcohs f tied i> County Chan• seeking t6 conform their in .oil and .gas rights in cor- i'inslar.pe, the oil and jtSghtS but lot the lahtl itself heeded from the original ,1o a«?Jthgf nfcrsqn. petitioners said the oil and l»hts had Ittfsed for r.on-pav- /df •'lax*.* end th&t they had 9.\ t/ %» > \ } > ie Chancery Court refused to irlrt title. i?si . ths *- -«?».,-—- - l he bas 4 iroVJduifMov' ^ purchase of rig.? utii^. ,..^<- • ^riised in a*a< , ? kftowlcdgV ,the .\ t *Hhai -l s> '103? there jiji; »ni? ^oo^ajtons in -tfc&t i, f wil afld -gas \ffg,t rt<»t' in 'production &iy,e> "tmWherJi in the United ty.a^-'WvV M$e. « is not ijable t? s,upp»e jbaj, t^e Lege In 1638 intended for the / include interests in RABBIT'S DELtCHT — Barbara Fuller, 7, ,oi Libetui, Kan.,. ' nestles close to something straight out of a bunny's dream world. It's a carrot which tips the scale at an ounce over five pounds. The gitl's parents, Mr. snd Mrs. Wendell Fuller, grew the giant i ' ' in their brtbk-ynrd garden. Sen. Kno- ^j,™,^.,.,., tbp GO.P Senf&J«% 3 s^f,to'day'the. pros- ilatiye,, pr9gram are lookin Congress has , we will have ' meet; the -sweats in the a tremendous ects a gain of 15 new manner of walking, tjytir dress ojd'habits and tt* Ufe Pl writ- They h»ve in- all prps. personnel. CROSSED SCOUTS — Two newly arrived anteaters at the tVjncenries Zoo in Paris, France, enjoy a strange supper. The ! antless diet consists of milk, raw eggs and meat. Their original , home is South America. &> T J *Vr ' ; - " ,jj££fs_. _-,, NOT TOO YOUNG FOR THE BOAS—Eight-month-old Liliane, Lambert, whose parents aie circus animal trainers in Paris, France, spiilingly accepts the embrace of a seven-foot boa cpn-» stricter. It's all part of a family, plan to" get the youngs'tee accustomed ip conditions insidq the-wild-animal cage. MARKETS te Sequent changes entering and Jeav- JUIt be- LIVESTOCK NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, III. Iff) — Hogs 10,500; fairly active; 180-220 Ib 10-23 than Friday's Average; other harrows and <5i)ts 25-50 higher; s,ows mostly 25 h'fihev; bulk choice 190-230 Ib ?(J-?5'50; few loads mostly choice No, 1 and 2 26.60 load mostly qboice No. 1 2(5.25; 240-270 25,00-2600; few to 26.65; 270- Jb 24,00-25.00 ;15H70 Ib 25.25- sows 403 Ib down 22.50- heavier sows 2150-22 75; l<!,Oa-2Q.QO i,OOQ, paives 000; sellers unevenly hJghet on steers heifers; some initial deals 25-50 gum although buyers strpnplj; several loads choica yearlin's and , m e d i u m weight fleets 22.00.50, small lot to ; choice heiters and mixed 21.00-75; commercial and god lv?Wers and mixed yearlings }6 00-20.00; cows fully steady- utility and commercial 11.00-12.50; canned and cutte- cows 9,00-11 50; bulls strong to 50 higher; utility and commercial 1300-14 50; few to 15,00; cuter hulls 11.0C.J2.50; veal- ers sleazy, god and choice 21.002.7,00 few pr|me 28,0p; commer cial (tnrl good HOO-2t.QO. Sheejf. 600 lambs very active on sm,B,U sun. and mostly 50 higher th§n ^ri^ay; top 1.00 higher at ?2.00, which paid for sizable share 9? r'*n; great bujk, choice and prime wpolskias ?15P-22.00; few mosU/ choice ?1.QO) s^atered sales vancod. But steels turned downward about noontime, signaling a change in mai'ljo ttone. Fractionally Jower were B'ethlehem, Republic und U.S. Steel. POUH-LTRY AND PRODUCE Enter sea'dy;t receipts 1,070,034; wholenale buying prices unchanged to >/4 higher; pi' score AA 65; 92 A 65; 90 B 63; 89 C 62.5 cars 90 B 63.75 89 C 62;75.,;'.'!'., •: Eggs firm;;receipts 16,697; wholesale buying p.rtces unchanged to V'ahluher;' U:S. large 46.5; U. S. ledJ-ums 45,5; U.S. • standards 445; cwr'rpn: receipts 43' checks and dirties 415. ctoice kindf, an4 .SO; v«ry beloiy ?1 00; aged few sheep 3,00^.00; among stock NEW YORK COTTON NEW YORK iff) — Cotton fu ;ures were irregular today, with the market higher at the opening, supported by a flurry of mill buying ar.d covering by shippers agalns business in e :c p o r t s Increased clgjng and profit taking quickly reversed the trend. In early afternon, nearby deliveries were slightly higher, while new crop months were still under the previous clQfie. Further commission house demand was dis- uragcd by the earlier selling. Traders continued tp cover contracts, in near.by March prior to first notice day. GRAIN ANP PROVISIONS CHICAGO U» — Wheat and soy. azis moved Upward on the Board of Trade toclay in active dealings. Whi'a a litle ste)lin« pressure ap peared late in the day. causing a slight dip, both wheat and soybeans fended with substantial gains. Feed grains, a htUt lower in early dealings, recovered t,o s.how srn,all fract\c.ijai advances. New crop wheat futures nsw seasonal highs en. c dry weather in the sowthgt, pld crop n\oh rp wanted on were aided by IN NEW POST—Mrs. Robert P. Patterson, widow of the late Secretary of War, is a now trustee of the International Social Service, a world-wide or- fanization with ah American ranch in New York City. 'Founded in 1924, the organization maintains consultative status with the UN's Economic and Social Council, and offers. social services to people here and abroad. HONORING 'THE CHIEF. The German Federal Post Office will soon issue a new series of stamps bearing the profile of West Germany's President Theodor Heuss, in commemoration of his 70th, birthday. . The new issues will replace the pjresent series featuring a " •' postal horn. Bodcaw Wins in Community Contest LITTLE ROCK W — District winners — from which the .state champion will be selected — were announced todny in the third annual Arkansas Rural Community Improvement Contest. They are Goshen in Washington Country winner in the northwest district Ten Mile in Saline County, southwest din'^-ct; Tech High community in Greene County, northeast/district, and Rock Springs In Drew County, southeast district. Judgtr, will "fish each of these communities this week to pick the one which did more than any other in tho state to improve itself during 1953. The contest -Is sponsored by the Arkansas Alricultural E x t e nsion Service, the Aikarisas Press Association and t'ne Arkansas Power and Light Co. Aboiii 230 rural communities were judged. Tho top four in each district »vere ranked this, way: Northwest — Goshen Enterprise Sebastian County; Pless, Pope Couuty, and Delmar, Bone County. Southwest — Ten Mile; Bodcaw, Nevada County: Lydesdale, Columbia County, ana Thornburg, Perry lounty. Northeast — Tech High; Gober,own, Craighead County; Remmel, Jackson County, and McEl- roy-Sif.ith Chapel, Cross County. Southeast —• Rock Springs; Park •roy.2 Monroe County; Cane Creek, Grant County; and Y com- muni'y, Cleveland County. Whales sometimes have twins. The making of sun-dried mud bricks in Egypt has not 'changed since before the pharaohs. In seasonal ( migration, Robins often fly from Newfoundland or northern Quebec to the Midwestern United States. . in East Arkansas cotton country was reported to Gov. Francis Cherry today. Poinsett county officials asked the governor to help in expedite g distribution of federal surplus commodity foods to farmers and far» workers throughout the area. *" Jeff McGehee, superintendent of schools at Lepanto, headed a delegation to see the governor -today. He said "at least 1,000 families" need help. McGehee saul many of them were going without food and were in desparate circumstances. IT'LL NEED LOTS OF STUFFING-Arthur Knehans, right, of Higginsville, Mo., watches his turkey, said to be the largest in the United States, weigh in at 60 pounds, one dunce, at the Na* tional Turkey Federation convention in .Milwaukee^ Wis.. G. E. Annin, secretary of the Wisconsin Turkey Federation, points to the spot on the scale that brought Knehans the prize-winning trophy. The turkey sold for $6 a pound. Continued from Page One ing group against inhumanity," which' said the leaders were the same men who led the anti-Corn-, munist uprising last Jun. By JOSEPH FLEMING BERLIN, (UP)— East German workers have started labor slowdowns in . factories in protest against Russian moves to keep them under the yoke of communism, fragment ary reports from the Soviet Zone said today. Thu West Beiiin "fighting group against inhumanity" said the information it ha.: received disclosed that the workers were the same men who led last June's uprisings. Slowdowns resulted from the Russians' refusal to 'accept Western plans from German unification Fomifses in East Arkansas Ask Relief LITTLE .HOCK. MP> (UP.) — An economic depression that is forcing si least 1,000 families to go hungry and free elections, plus a potato famine and other fod shortages in the Commurisi sector. Anti Communists Workers operating under the cover of darkness, chalked demands for free elections on walls' of buUdings in East 'Berlin. Underground groups printed British Foreign Minister Anthony Eden's free election plan and dis- tribuiecl copies throughout the sector. Free Book on Arthritis And Rheumatism * How to Avoid Crippling Deformities An amazing newly enlarged 44- page book entitled "Rheumatism" will be sent free to anyone who will write for it. It reveals why drugs and medicines give only temporary relief and fail to remove the causes of the trouble; explains a specialized non-surgical, non-medical treatment which has proven successf^J' for the past 35 years. You incur no obligation in sending for this instructive book. It maj be the means of saving you years of untold misery. Write today tt The Bail Clinic, Dept. 4210, Excel sior Springs, Missouri. ^Child's Cougift For coughs and acute bronchitis due to colds you can now get Creomulsion I specially prepared for Children m ancwo pink and blue package and be sure: , (1) Your child will like it. . (2) It contains only safe, proven ingredients. . . .. i (3) It contains no narcotics to disturb nature's processes. (4) It will aid nature to soothe and. htal raw, tender, inflamed throat and bronchial membranes, thus relieving the cough and promoting rest an,' 1 sleep. Ask for Creomulsion for Chi dren in the pink and blue package. FOR CHILDREN »n«VM Coughs, Chert Col*, Acute BTOixhltls. 300 Secy rsty Risks Fired LastYear WASHINGTON (UP) — Scott McLoad top State Representative security; olficer, sak! tpday| that 300 "security" risks" resigned or were fired from the cJepartrnen't :nst year. The former FBI agent, a con- ;rnver.sial figuve in the adminis- ;ration, also said that much of. the crilicivir. aimed at him was caused by the "generous endorsement that my fiiend Joe McCarthy gave'me right after my appointment. "As you know there is an. almost pathological hatred of Sgna- tor McCarthy in some quarters," McLeod said in P copyrighted, interview with U S. News & World Report, a week',.'.' magazine. He said McCarthy (R-Wis.) had "absolutely nothing" to do with his appointment, which he said was mad-3 r/n ihe lecommendation, of Under secretary of State -Donald 3. Louvie. Since 1947, McLeod said, 500 ho- mosexusls have- been dismissed from the State Department. However he refused to give any breakdown in the SCO "terminations' 1 last year. A security risk covers everything frpn subversion to drunkenness, sjy perversion, or loose talking. McLi-od said be does not know why five, former diplomats recently write a letter charging that State Department morale was bong lowered by his security procedures. Rulings in Arkansas Supreme Court LITTLE ROCK (/P) The Arkansas Supreme Court today handed down these deoisionr: Manie Schuman 'and others vs certain lands, .ippealed from Ouachita Chancery Court, affirmed. Mrs. Jennie May Gray vs Mrs. Ola Black MclVjugal, St. Francis Probate Court, affirmed in part and reversed ir. part. Brinkle'y Heavy Hauling Co.l and others vs' Annie S, * YoUngman and other?, Lee Circuit Court, affirmed in part and reversed • in part. ;• Vona I. Wop-1 v§, Marvin 1 E. Wood - and others, Fula,ski Chancery Court, affirmed. H. L. Clark vs Arch Heath, St. Francis! Circuit Court, affirmed. flivicliff Co,, Inc., vs W. E. Linebarger and others, Pulaski Chancery Court affirmed. Union Motor Co. vs. Mrs. L- H. Turbiville, Pulaski Circuit Cpurt, affirmed. Mascn $2.1'| ] /2, corn unchanged to % nigher, March $l,53c, oats unchanged to » higher, March 7979^8 rye V 4 - higher, March $1.23','? and sovteans >/ 4 lower to 4 higher, March $3.1854-'^. Caali wheat: Corn No. 1 yfljow J.B8 No. 3, J.58&-59&. No. 3 JS'/Vvis^-v Oa(.': No. l heavy MJte s3_84 1 /4 > No S 84^; N.Q. 3 gl; sample grade heavy' * white 79 ;No. 3 white 77'/ 4 . Soybeans; Barlty nominal: Malting 1.20-63 f«4 9fr548. Field seed pei^iV 100 }b nominal; While clover 10.00,10.50; rje4 top 57.0D-58.QP; That's a fair question and deserves a factual answer. When you buy newspaper advertising you have an investment in every copy of the paper that carries your sales message 'because the circulation of the newspaper is also the circulation of your advertising. So, what you get in return for your advertising dollars depends on the newspaper's circulation. In order that you may buy space in this newspaper as you would make any *The Audit Bureau of Circulations is a cooperative, nonprofit association of 3,450 advertisers, qdvertising agencies and publishers. Organized in 1914, A.B.C. established a definition for paid circulation/ rules and standards for measuring cirr'jla f.r\ tions and methods for auditing " and reporting circulation FACTS. sound business investment, we hold membership in the Audit Bureau of Circulations,* well known to advertisers and publishers as A.B.C. Only publications with paid circulation-evidence that people want the paper-are eligible for membership. At regular intervals one of the Bureau's large staff of experienced circulation auditors comes to our office to make a thorough audit of our circulation records. The FACTS that he obtains as a result of the audit are published in A.B.C. reports which tell you: How much Qirqulation we have; Where it goes; How obtained; How much people pay for our paper, and many other FACTS that you need in order to KNOW what^you get for your advertising money. ', ' It's, never necessary for our advertisers to ask, "Oh, where is m'y wandering ad?" They get the FACTS from our A.B.C. report and KNOW. Ask for a copy today, Ix* 1 " MMi«ilii*^feH^^ ^f*d^ ^to&f

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