Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 4, 1954 · Page 4
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H & r £ STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS t>Y '. E£V v fag* money .op*raUofis to Laneast- WWI whole did lars a Woolworth did wonders for the Store business. He introduced the fixed pribze system— no bargaining with the man behind the Oo'unter tie put goods wehre you eoHlld see dhd handle them. He lutlawed buying On credit, though that ban has since been relaxed. Today a (or lay-away system. l^itHere are. 1,600 Woolworth l Some minor accomplishnientg of j^frithtt tfeiinlry alon. 170 the Woolworth empire hold their jJVln dfthiicta, iBfOO-sorrie In the own fascination. It was this out, .ifles, 8 In Cuba and —bet If It which popularized ice cream in ftts —50 in We&' Cuba, to say'nothing of hot dogs and turkey dinners. All told the Wooly/orth'g of today is a pretty impressive monument Net sales of bofi- bBte-plns baby pants and : Upward ot ?00 inillion dol- Youth Receives Suspended Sentence Display in the Window of ... LtWIS-McLARTY'S UDENTS OF KATHARINE WINDSOR S,tt6t'tOO lattJf to be in programs or reviews. j^LeofrTto dance, tap, acrobatic, ballet and toe, in I 1 */(forte fof pefformance of entire school. |V KATHARINE WINDSOR'S y Tap & Acrobatic School of Dance PL ' (tn'Hbme Studio Phone 7-3327 l f C i,Ag«s1 tolS 104 E; 14th St. HUNTSVILLE, Ark. I*— An 18- year-old boy was convicted here yesterday of killing his father, but the Madison Circuit Court jury recommended that he be ellov.'ed to go free under suspended sentence. Tho jury convicted Freddy Emmelt of involuntary manslaughter, and set his sentence nt three years imprisonment. A charge' of second degree murder against young Em melt was reduced by the jury. JSmmclt beat his father 10 death wheri the older mart, an invalid who suffered from arthritis, refused to follow doctor's instructions. Young Emmett was nursing his father at their home near here at the time , The famous painting of Mona Lisa was stolen from the Louvre In Paris in 1911. to a Watertown, N, Y., lad who started his business career at nothing a week. He hired out as a stockroom boy on a trial basis. The first three months were on the cuff- his cuff. When he'd proved himself the boss put him on the payroll at $3.50 a week. This wasn't much, but then it wan only an 84-hour work week. IN THESE NEW Step daintily . . . gracefully into an enchanting Spring in these lovelier-than-ever shoe fashions! Their airy look and lighthearted styling highlight Spring's softly styled fashions! . 2.98 i? >. f^ . '^4n T"»t Arrivals in PRESSES SUITS TOPPERS IPURSES OTHER STYLES NOT SHOWN AT ... $1>98 JUST ARRIVED LADIES OUR HATS TO ,., $3,98 v You'll love everyone of these pretty hots for^spring. Just the colors qnd styles for that new oytfit. Select yours np.w. STORE No Explanation for Terrorism ^Washington (Editors: Puerto Hi o's Gov. Luis Munoz Marin hurried to Washington a few hours after the shooting in Congress to express the indiganation of the Puerto Rican people, to visit the wounded congressmen, ami to call on the President. In the following dispatch he gives his views on the situation.) By LUIS MUNOX MAIN Governor of Puerto Ico (Written for the United Press) WASHINGTON — fhere is no satisfactory explanation of the terrorism which fell upon Congress on Monday, but it is heartening to observe how Wholesome and temperate the American people can be in the face of a senseless outage. I am glad to pay tribute to the American people and the Congress. It is a warming experience. I would like to reiterate that Pureto Rican Nationalists number fewer than five hundred. Puerto Rico has suffered from their lunacy. The mainland also has suffered from their lunacy. I have offered President Eisenhower a still greater cooperation by the commonwealth government in dealing jointly with this incredible and intolerable situation. Every organized community must risk lunatics, politcal, social and economic. Nevertheless, there are resources in democratic communities which will reduce the risks they generate. People in the states and in Puerto Rico know th ta adecent job is a means of sane life. God in; vented work as a route to sanity. Friendly association in schools, in churches and in neighborhoods is a reassurance that all men want, In the states and in Puerto Rico we all must remember that. Oficials in Pureto Rico and in the states can do a great deal to instruct one another on problems rised by emigration and long standing economic problems in Puerto Rico. As for the lesser but crucially important business of policing, I shall make available to various police officers :n the states and to the FBI whatever information the commonwealth of Puerto Rico has assembled, and will assemble, on terrorists and terroristically inclined. I anticipate a fruitful type of cooperation which will lessen the risks of such monstrous outbreaks as occurred this week. On .behalf of the people of Puerto Rico I commend the people of the United States. Their understanding, their forbearance and their kindliness must make a mark oil the' decent opinions of mankind. The attitude of the Congress, of affection and understanding for Puerto Rico, afte rthe great outrage by a handful of Puerto Rican fanatics is a moving example of the nobility of the American people and the moral greatness of the American Congress. MARKETS St. I-OUI SL.IVE3TOCK NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. — Hogs 6,500 faily active; bar- changed heavy hens 29-33; light hens 18-20; fryers or broilers 2327 old roosters 10-18 ducklings to 6 Ibs 27. NYC Board Tells Coach to Resign NEW YORK (M— Nat Holman n who spent virtually his ontirt adult. rows and gilts steady to 10-15 1ow-: Butter s t ea dy; receipts 1,030,962: ! is entire adult cr; sows steady to 23 higher choice! wholesale buying prices unchanged 'life building City College of 180-220 Ib 25.75-26.10: few loads 93 score AA G5 92 A 64.75 90 BjYork into a national bask New . basketball choice tinder 220 Ib 20.15-25 230- 62 5 89 c 60.75; cars 90 B 63; 39 1 power, was told today to retire 270 Ib 24.50-25.75 few 280-300 lb| c flli5> or be fired in an unprecedented 24.00-50; 150-170 Ib 24.75-26.00; sow*- Eggs wes(k receipts 12 540 derision by th Board o fHightr 400 Ib down 23.25-75 few to 24.00 |Wholesale bu y- mg prices V 2 to ijEduiation. heavier sows 22-2-23.00 boars cent a dozen lower . u. s . ]argc j The grayjng pcrfelt , on , 8t o f the 41-41.5; U. S. mediums 40 U. S. i court only last week was cleared 16.50-20.00. Cattle 2,000, calves 600; little clone early on steers and heifers; demand fairly active and few sales fully steady cow demand good; utility and commercial 14.50-15.00; 10.00-12.00 cows 12.00-14.00 few canners and cutters standards 40 current receipts 40 1 of charges of misconduct by a dirties 38; checks 38. LITTLE ROCK UP) — Batesville- Floral area — Market steady to majority r eport of a three-man trial committee of the board aa a result of the college basketball scandals of 1951. Complete exon- firm. Demand fair to good. Offer- eration by the entire tribunal was Thursday, March 4, 19S4 ^ Warrant for Bank Robber Suspect OZAK l/PI — Franklin County Sheriff . E. Pritchard said today that a warrant has been issued f°rj|\ the arrest of a man charged withw robbing the American State Bank at Charleston, Ark., of more than $1,000. Pritchard said the identity of the man was being withheld pending his arrest. He said Prosccut'ng Attorney Jack Yates last Monday filed an information charging the man with bank robbery. The bank was robbe.-l of about $1.150 last Friday by u jittery.«. bandage-faced bandit armed withw a pistol. Bank President Clyde Hiatt said the bandit pretended ho wanted to borrow some money and during the conversation pulled a gun. C( ings light and generally short of b . U ] 1S _, and ve . al , er f.J l "- ad .?_" t A 11 ^ tra< ?e needs. Prices at the farm, broilers or fryers, 2U to 3 pounds, and commercial bulls 12.50-14.50 cutte bulls 10.50-12.00: good and choice vealers 23.00-27.00; prime 29.00 commercial and low good I 16.00-22.00. ' Sheep 150 not enough to fully 22!/ 2 to 23 cents. Mostly 3. establish price trend; 31-hcad lot NEW YOK COTTON NEW YOK. March 4 (if) - tpn futures movod in a narrow Col. regarded as nothing more than a formality. But for the first time, the bonrd overruled the recommendation of its trial committe and thty blotted out the 34-year career of the man who became known to ss thousands as "Mr. Bas- choice and prime lambs 100 Ib slow dealings today. The market 24.25; new top for recent months started off steady on a flurry of| next price 23.50 for some mixed [mill buying and covering against | « 2 221 n ,, to 1 cent lower good and choice woolskins; prices! export sales. When the demand' ' 50-75 higher than close of last had been filled, the market devel- NEW DEALER Arkansas Gazette B. L RETTIG 6 A. M. Delivery Phone 7-336T or 7-3866 week aged sheep firm: cnll to good slaughter ewes 4.0C-G.OO; aged bucks 5.00. NEW YORK STOCKS NEW YORK, March 4 UP) Stocks pursued an irregular course today in a fairly active market. Prices were mostly lower at the opening, and by mid-day they had become irregular under crosscurrents of buying and selling. Most price changes were in the small fractions, but a few wide moving issues swung nearly 4 points either way. Oils were well out in front of the rest of the market, and the chemicals did well. There are several mildly depressed areas including motors, aircrafts, coppers, and distillers, railroads, steels and airlines were steady with a few good gainers. POULTRY AND PRODUCE CHICAGO, March 4 .(/PI — Live poultry steady to firm; receipts 176 coops; f.o.b. paying prices un- oped an easier tone on scattered liquidation. Late afternoon prices were 15 cents a bale higher to 10 cent lower than the previous close. March 34.40, May 34.40 and July 34.35. GRAIN AND PROVISIONS CHICAGO, March 4 Iff) — A new high since 1948 was set by soybeans on the Board of Trade again today as prices, whirled up after a little early hesitancy. Old crop soybeans futures were alone in showing strength, although the new crop months were &head for modest gains most of the day. But the major grains all declined, wheat particularly being subjected to liquidation. Soybeans also were helped by firmness in cash bean oil and meal both of which sold at new 1954 highs. The new six year peak on soybeans was set by the May contract at $,59. Wheat closed -1— lower, March March $1.52,. oats '/ z lower to higher, March 77— 7 a, and rye l to I'/i lower, March $1.21'/2. Cash wheat: None. Corn: No. 1 yellow 1.58!/4 No. 2 yellow l.SSli-'i '•a; No. 3 yellow 1.54-56%. Oats: No. 1 heavy white 82Vi. Soybeans: None. Barley nominal: Malting 1.20-B2; feed 92-1.14; field seed per ' 100 Ib nominal: White clover 10.25-75 red top 57.00-58.00; alsike 17.0018.00 timothy 12.50-13.50; red clover 27.00-28.00. NEW NON-CANCELLABLE HOSPITAL POLICY Issued by HOME SECURITY LIFE INS. CO. • Ages — Birth to 100 years • Guarantee premium will never increase • Good any Hospital or Doctor in the world. Call or write your reliable local agent CECIL WEAVER Phone 7-3143 P. O. Box 104 MY DEAR FRIENDS: I am in the hospital with pneumonia, but it won't be many days before I have it licked. I have certain obligations coming along soon that make it necessary to ask those of you who owe me to go by the office and pay Miss Andres, or Mrs. Holt, or mail a check. . All I ask is that you bear down like I do when you need me. Sincerely, DR. L. M. LILE Phony Savings Demos Cry at Budget Trim WASHINGTON (ffi Democrats fired charges of "phony savings" at Republican budget trimming today as the House wrangled over a bill appropriating $1,146,988,000 to finance the State, Justice and Commerce departments for the fiscal year starting next July 1. Maritime and airline subsidies— along with the federal highway aid program —touched off hot disputes over government spending. In yesterday's initial action, the House voted tentatively to hold back nearly half the 73 million dollars requested by the Eisenhower administration to subsidize American airlines for the coming year. Republican spokesman sadi this reduction was not intended as savings. They proposed financing airline subsidy programs only temporarily until the Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) is able to recompute subsidy formulas in the light of a recent Supreme Court decision. The court held CAB must base payments on the profit and loss from an airline's entire operations, rather than on losses suffered from a single operation alone. The decision placed in question subsidy payments primarily to a few big international airlines experiencing losses on their foreign operations — as distanct from domestic runs. Rep. Rooney (D-NY) top Democrat on the Appropriations subcommittee accused republicans of claiming "phony savings by del ferring payments, He also served .notice he would seek to severse a House vote to appropriate 40 million dollars for subsidy payments to air carriers when the bill comes up for final approved tomorrow, The sum is designed to carry all airlines until next March l. .when the CAB is expected to complete its re-estimate. Traffic Increase Is Indicated' LITTLE OCR WPI An analysis of gasoline sales shows that traf- iie on Arkansas highways increased four per cent in 1953. Reporting this today the Senate Highway Department said nriost of itvgresse over 1852 was on the Terry land is unique in guaranteeing 4% butter fat content in homogenized vitamin D Grade A milk. This is another, evidence of the high quality found in Terryland fine dairy foods. This Seal of Acceptance from the;..Council on Feeds and Nutrition of The American Medical Association means that Terry- land Vitamin D milk contains 400 U.S. P. units per quart of Vitamin D and is subject to tests of specifications at any time. ,. HOMOGENIZED VITAMIN D MILK AT YOUR FAVORITE GROCER'S Wttl* Reck 24151* Fine Bluff 7830, Hot Springs 7068 or Forretf City $72 -r whichever is nearest to, you. m ferryland Fine Dairy Foods Are Processed By Arkansas Folks for Homo Consumption

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