Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 22, 1954 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Monday, March 22, 1954
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ifAR^HOPE, ARKANSAS Monstey, March 22, ... * - ... , jp", ' > '• Full Circle "Ezee-Altet" Skirt '-. i V 0i Firtfe'Pdishecl Cotton ' "" 'by Sracter Sportswear. ' the mfembfirs and friends of Demonstration clubs. Korea Declares Independence §y RO&fefrt M i, UH— South korea flfially declared htr independence from fhf Japan time ?one and you should seo the confusion. The National Assembly, fierce! patriotic, carved out a Korean time zone a half hour behind the Japan zone. 1^ went into effec Saturday. MARKETS appointments are confirm ed with"/ Ihe question "Japan or Korean time" The 4 o'clock for Japdn^vlSaves at 4:30 And,the 3 o'cWiSK blane arrives a' 3.-30/ InleWaliOBal/commuters anc ijenhortet^'afc ijaving the time >fnelp liv&Sf rWflting connections Fifty years ago Japan ordered Korea to set her clocks on Japan Limci It was- i done s> .|o simplify commerce. And * ^Vhljje the politic ai course befwcdit'tfife two nations often was rougj^ .they operated smoothly ih."'a single time zone. Now South Korea is back on its own time. JOINNOW GROUP FORMING 1 NEW.' Non Cancellable- Hospital Policy Home Security Life Ins. Co. • Guaranteed Never to Raise Rates. '• . • Ages — BlrW to 100 Years. • No. Medical, Examination Required, .r" • Go6d Any Doctor or Hospital • Demand Non "Cancellable Policy. > , i Call or Write Vo,ur Reliable Agent CECIL WEAVER .Phone 7-3143 P. O. Box 104 Sponsoring . . . . ' ,';?'Qarden Club Floral Arrangements . .. Tuesday H ' <«.•>"' ',,*",|spring-flavored prints in / I V.f t.V'': • : ii : ''"U' i; v^.': » v > &> • i s i ' • .«;.„ ' From the pages of Mademoiselle,,. a superbly-cut town dress- $i.tlrcrisp, 1 washable stiffening below waist to give it the new roundeaVskirt ' silhouette. The other, tyelfy DpnV , ' sun or after-five dress/ topped with brief empire jacket. Both in handsome Bates Disciplined fabric that resists soil and wrmk'jesy A ' doesn't need starch, keeps its' fresh good looks! t . . Th* princess dros», left, in pt^fj^nw , ' print, Black with grey or wq^melpn, ngyy with turquoi??, 8 to 16. 17,99 |hs <Jayer print epsjyme, rlgh^ In seqfpqm n, heather, corpj, 8 )p j$. it. LOU(§ Livestock !, NATIONAL STOCKYAItDS, Hi. — Hogs 11,000; active; ISO Ib up 25-40 higher 170 Ib ^'dbwn 25.50 higher flows fully 50 higher; 180-230 Ib 26.75-90; mostly • once price 20.85 choice no. 1 and 27.00 for few lodds highest sincu Feb. 17 heavief i.Veights in small supply; most 230-270 Ib 26,00-85; 270-300 Ib 25.25-26.00 150-170 Ib 2,17526.75 sows 400 Ib, down 24.25-75; heavier sows 23.25-24.00; coars 17.00-20.50. Cattle 7,000, calves 1,400 opening slow on steers and heifers; very little done with initial bids unevenly lower;'cows finding • slow sale at about steady prices least action on canner and cutter grades; utility and commercial cows 12.00-14^00; 'cannery and cutters 9.00-12.00 lightweight-shelly canners 8.00; bulls and vealers unchanged utility and commercial bulls 13.00-15.00; cutter bulls mostly 11.00-12.50 good and' ; . choice vealers 21.00-25.00; few prime 1o 27.00 commercialan d good 15.0020.00; slaughter calves slow, about steady with Friday commercial and good 14.00-17.00. Sheep 500; opening active, fully 25 'or more higher than Friday; choice and prime wooled • lambs 25.00-75 top 25.75, now high since "ate July; load choice and prime Changed 1J. S. Jarge29.40 -U , mediums 36.5; U. S. standards 26.5;' curl-em teceipts 36 checks afld dirties 34.5. > ' ' No. 1 and 2 skins 2l75; deck No. 2 and 3 skinfe 23.25 part deck fresh slips 23.00 aged shcCp steady; slaughter ewes upward to 8.00. NEW YORK NEW YORK, March 22 LTlThe stock market declined today in a moderate fashion. A steady start gave way to mixed prices, and then the market gradually -receded. At the most, prices were around a point, although minus sighs were in the fractions. ' -.• -,- -. •,. >. Steels were depressed most ; Of the time, and also lower were the motors, coppers,, chemicals, rail- roadg, and utilities. Others • were mixed. , The . goalds were higher. down most minor POULTRY AND PRODUCE CHICAGO, March 22 W) —Live poultry about steady; receipts 1, 000 coops; f.o.b, paying prices unchanged heavy hens 23-26, liglv hens 18-10 fryers or broflers 2220; old roosters 16-18; ducklings none. • Butter weak receipts 2,314,505; wholesale buying pi-ices unchanged to % lower; 93scor e AA 64.25; 92 A 64 90 B 62,89 C 58.25 cars 90 B 62.5 89 C 59. Eggs •steady; •receipts 16,637; wholesale buy in g prices un- "LtlTLE ROCK V 4 — ifloral atea; Market steady firm. Offerings barely adequate to adequate. Demand good. Sonic growers holdifigi Few off-quality, heavy birds selling at 18 cents. Trading active. Prices, since Friday and Up to 11 a. m. today, broilers or fryers, 2'/ 2 to 3'/ 4 pounds. 19-20 cents, mostly 2Q cents. < \ ^{ 7 > \ \ - v ' .1 • "THE BIGGEST LITTLE STORE IN TOWN" Visit Ihe Merchants Sponsoring the GARDEN CLUBS FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS Tuesday, March 23 Springs Smartest This smart-) Gobbler as shown Red with Gun Metal -trim. Widths AAAA to B .. is. in 8.95 California .COBBLERS makes the minimum of shoe into the maximum of Spring Fashion. You can't help but feel like an adventurous siren • in this provocative high wedge sanda|. X marks the spot in glowing gla2ed kid leather. Definitely not the fashion'for the timid or faint of heart. FOSTERS FAMILY SHOE STORE "Where Good Shoes are Fitted Correctly" 113 E. 2nd Corbin Foster Phone 7-2700 NEW VpRK COTTON NEW <YORK Iff) — Cotton futures Were mostly higher today, with all deliveries from July forward establishing new season's highs. New ^crop months led the upturn, in- 'fluenced by drought conditions in the Southwest, while : mill and export covering centered in nearby deliveries. ' Late afternoon, prices were G5 cents a bale higher to 5 cents lower than Ihe previous close. May 34.64, July 34.CO and Oct. 34.19. 'Cash wheat: None. Corn: No. 1 yellow 1.56M, No. 2 1.56 -%; laku li64«A; No. 3 1.53%'56V4 No. 4 Ii52—54 No. 5 1.50—52V 4 ; sample grade 1.30-51 "4. Oats: No. 1 white 79—81— No. 2 'SI'/,. Soybeans: None. Barley nominal: Malting 1.20-62 feed 924.14. Field seed per v 100 ib nominal: White clover 10.0-11.00: fed top 57.00-58.QO: alsifee 17.5013.50 timothy •' 12.5013:50 • red clover 27.00-28:00. . , , ' 3 Arrested for Curd Game Holdup ; NEUMANN, w Police today arrested throe men in connection wjth the $900, holdup of a group of card, players at the Hatchacoon Community last night. Police identified the men as Billy Golden, 24, of Trumann; Aubrey Smith, 28, a former Michigan convict, and Cleo Willbanks, 32, Chicago. < Four Men reported to Truman police last night that two masked men walked into the home off Gordon iSihipsoft where they were placing cards and robbed then-,. Hatchacoon is about four miles south of herCi Police Chief Edgar Sullins said that Golden admitted tdking part in the robbery. He said 475 was taken from Golden when the men were arrested this morning. SUVE NUMBER ONE In Powerl Anything less is yesterday's car! CHRYSLER NUNN - MCDOWELL MOTOR co. 3rd and Walnut I SMART TALK FOR EASTER 10 CHICKS FREE WITH PURCHASE OF 25 IBS. PURINA CHICK STARTENA CHICK SPECIAL J< 25 CHICKS FREE WITH PURCHASE OF 50 US, PURINA CHICK STARTENA This offer is good for gny adulr all day on SATURDAY, MARCH 27 Pring your own box, These or$ Hy-Line cockerels qnd maKf fine toting, ,• FIEDERS SUPPLY (0. "Jfet to With »f^ *OM4Mrt ,JW!i 5rd end Uu.iii«jna • , pho^lf • BE SURE AND VISIT OUR FLOWER ARRANGEMENT! Come In and Try Them On! LOVELY NEW PRINTED TEXTURE CREPE 10.90 AVAILABLE IN FOUR COLORS Half Sizes — 16i to 24i NEW DRESSES ARRIVING DAILY! THOSE FAMOUS ADONNA BRIEFS • All Elastic Leg! . • Perfect Fitting! • Long Wearing! • Sizes'-,32 to 46! LAVISH TRIMS! COTTON PLISSE • '-Shadow-Proof Panels! • Straight Cyt! • White in size's 32 to 44! 1 EXTRA HIGH TWIST GAYMODE NYLONS • 60 Gauge! • 15 Denier! • New Spring Colors! • Every Pair Perfect! • Sizes 8.i-.to.ll! 98c HUGE SELECTION! NEW STYLES PENNEY'S BRENTWOOD COTTON DRESSES • Junior Sizes' Misses Sides' Half Sizes!, 9 to 52! * Broadcloth! Percales! Crinkles! Lots of Styles! 2.79 SPECIAL PURCHASE 4-GORI SLIPS OF NO-IRON NYLON TRICOT 166 i l » gt All!

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