Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on April 5, 1955 · Page 7
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Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 5, 1955
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HOP! StAR, HOP!/ARKANSAS f uesddy, Aprlt 5, 195571 r-Sr Bed! , fe her . intd her %ftfl jdftk , her false leeth. She • said she hopes he can bs found because "I'm hungry." Ttie British railways operate a number of firefighting trains. SS, .LIGHTING FIXTURES Protect y<5ur eyesight and enhance the beauty of your home witH correct lighting fixtures. ALLEN ELECTRIC CO. ,,,114 8. Phone 7-2629 fix one/ FINANCE HOME IMPROVEMENT L 0 AN S Convenient, «asily*r> tanged loam to faaprov* YOUR home. We can (ppe Builders Supply Go. lAfil Phone 7-2381 IV NATIONAL DAIRY 0 U ITE N DEVELOPMENT P 0. ".. ' -H and: Opera ted by Mr. and Mrs.: K. E. Ambrose or? ITACT 3RD STREET Boyle Continued from Past One cans will - die ot cancer, or about one pvery Iwo minutes. But—npte this figure — every seven minutes last year an Afrieri can died of cancer who might have been saved if properly treated in time. The estimated needless deaths for 1954—75,000. An equal number — one every seven minutes. 75,000 for the year —xvere probably saved because treatment did begin in time. There are now an estimated 400,000 living Americans, saved from cancer who have remained free of further symptoms at least five years. The situation now: Of every four persons stricken with cancer, two will die becaiiie science cannot yet cure them, one will undergo treatment and survive, one will die who could have been saved—if treated in time. Those are the bald inescapable odds. But what are your chances of being is'tricken with cancer Ironically, as medical men learn its quell other diseases, your chances of getting cancer increase. They used to be one out of every five. The American Cancer Society this year says they are now one out- of four. Here are a few of its estimates, based on the current situation: •". More than -40 million 'Arrier'can's now living will develop cancer, 24 million will die:oi it. jf' Cancer will strike in/two of ,ov a cry three families. j It isnt merely a diseasp of old age, as many people ; still believe; Half the cancer deaths are in peg- pic under 65' ypars of age. Cancel- kills more children between 3 and .15 years old than any other disease., ' ! • . ' •• >-' There are. about 250 caneier'de- fection clinics in America where- for a payment of arpund $20 yq^i cait find out" in'two hours whether you have any cancer symptoms. . Cancer experts would like |p make every physician's office a career detection center.... But many pve'rworked doctors naturally are somewhat rejuctant to take the fime to run a person who looks d feels . 'healthy through "an exhaustive physical examinatiqn. They feel they should concentrate en patients'who are obvioussly .ilj. The , remprseless fact still re' mains: Those alert to the danger, of cancer, Who discover it ' in time, arc most'likely to survive. One pfoof of this lies with sur. ; geous. They know the peril of overlooked • cancer — and the result is that the death rate of c'an- cpr. among surgpons is only 66 per cent of that among the general population. " • The same, thing is true of women. Formerly, more women than men died of cancer. But women now are more ,a\vare of the rriefv ace of canper, more willing to 'face up to it and do something aboqt it. • . • • .. • • • .•: • This js prqbably the chief reason' that since 1949 -fewer, wompp' than men have died of cancer. The biggest hope of. cutting cancer deaths as of 'no\y is you. What are you going to do about it'. '—,———— '• — : —. • •: Plenty Solk Vpccinq Predicted by June •NEW : YORJC m —-A polio author-' fry expects driig firms''to- make enougli Salk' yaccipe before June 30 tommunize 30 million persons Earlier 'estimates' called, for 18 mijjiqn. Dr. Har); Van Riper, medical director for thp Natipnal Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, said yesterday 'this -additiprial production should satisfy the demand for vaccine 'and- keep: shortages from developing. ..-.-.' MARKETS St. LOUI LIVESTOCK NAFIONAL TOCKYARDS, .11. (#) Hogs 9,500; steady to low) ,er; most sales 180-210 Ib 17.7f>- ; 18.00; popular price 17.75; outstanding no. 1 and 2 grades IB.10; one small lot 18.25; light hogs 17.60-65; bulk 220 240 Ib 17.25-50; 17.00-l. r jO-170 Ib 17.00-50; sows 450 Ib down 15.25-75; over 450 Ib 14.0075; boarss 10.50-13.00. Cattle 4,000, calves 1,200; fully iteady, including commercial and good steers at 19.50-22.00; liign good of low choice at 24.50; heifers and,.mixed yearlings 18.0021.00; cows utility and commercial 12.00-14.50; .few 15.00; canncr and cuSter cows 9.50-12.00; bulls utility and , commercial 13.50-15.OU; god light yearlings bulls 16.0018.00; heavy fat bulls 11.00-12.00; caner and cutter bulls 10.00-13.00; good-and choice yealers 19.00-20.00; individual head prime to 28.00; commercial and good vcalers and caalves 14.00-19.00. Sheep 500; largely new crop imbs; few lots 600 to 70 Ib 16.0(150; 90 Ib from 24.00-25.00; light springers top 27.50 yesterday; old crop lambs 20.00-22.00, ewes 7.508.50; some 175 Ib 1 shorn ewes 7.0C. SHOP BARRY'S WEDNESDAY FOR THIS! SPECIALS OLEO 18c IXTRA SPECIAL Armours MILK 10c Cap COFFEE yj* 89c & TOILET TISSUE 4 - Rolls Only . T BANANAS ,!-.« U, ?^- T lOc EXTRA SPECIAL EGGS 3 »• 1.00 45c house was afire in three separate places, in the roof, underneath the floor and at tho front of the hoiiso. Parsons testified to seeing auto tires aflame under the house. LyleMcMahen, a reluctant witness summoned by the state, testified Andrews approached him about insurance on his trucks. He said he Irild Andrews he already had more 'than they were Worth. He said Andrews told him he knew a man who would burn them uu. McMahn replied he wasn't interested but testified Andrews asked him several 'days later if ho had changed his mind and he said no. Asked why iha didn't report this to the police by the defense, McMahen said Andrews was a good neighbor and the only reason he was testifying was because he was forced to. Mrs Dudley was recalled to the Recover Auto Used by Escapees LITTLE ROCK (IP) — Police have recovered the automobile used by four men who escaped Sunday from the State Hospital criminal ward. : No trace of the four men has been found, however, and the ; search has been 'extended to neigh- Tcxarkana with burglary; Andrew boring states. | Wilkerson, 20, a parole violator Five men broke out of the hos-ifrom the Arkansas Prison Farm pital by overpowering two attend-]at Tucker; and Cal Cttmley, M, ants. One of the escapees, identi- chaged in Union County with cai fied as J. D. Martin, 23. was theft. fuestldy, Afrfli S, MOM STAR, MOM, ARKANSAS captured shortly after out. 1. £.U, w U.J Hitll.. ,. the break- The escapees' forced tnree women out of the automobile near Still at large today were Alfred!the State Hospital. Whitlock, 32. who was arrested ^in The car was found seveial connection with an attempted holdup of a Little Rock supermarket; SOCIETY Phone 7-3431 Between 8 A. M. and 4 P. M. | Vender Hughes, charged at, way. JLIlc uctl vv nj *~«..~. west of Little Rock yesterday on the Little Rock-Hot Springs high- stand and told of discussing fire insurance with Mr. Andrews. She testified he told her he sold fire insurance and a box of matches but later' said she didn't think he was serious. i This enddd the first day's testimony. 1 ' ''-''. Most of the morning and part of the afternoon was devoted to selecting a jury. The panel was exhaused and ' additional ones were calico. When finally picked it contained nine white men. two Negro men and one white woman. The final i two selected were H. G. Crowell and . A. B. Arnold. LETDUCKETTDOIT... THE BEST IN STEEL CONSTRUCTION Sheds — Farm Buildings — Industrial Buildings made according to specifications. Can be constructed at low cost! DUCKETT STEEL & EQUIPMENT CO. North Main Street Calendar Tuesday April 2 The Alpha Delta Chapter of Del • la Kappa Gamma Society wil PI rne«t in the Hope High Schoo: i Home Economics Cottage on ufday, April 5, at 4 p. m. Mrs s . „£< Hanegan and Mrs. Lawrence Martta will be co-hostess The-VFW-Auxiliary will meet .Tuesdby, April 5 at 7:30 p. m. at ij the VFW Hut. r All Witnesses Continued from Page One son, placed the blamed squarely on Andrews in her testimony. She said the plan was hatched during adiscussion of fire insurance and j quoted Andrews as saying burning Was his business. | She testified Andrews was to receive a total of $3,500 ot which $750 in cash was paid prior to the fire. A canceled check for, $750 made out to cash was presented as evidence. Mrs. Massingill admitted the establishment was insured for a total of $40,000, the final $15,000 being written by Andrews before he severed relations with the insurance business. . • ••» •« She told of having removed furniture: and'other household goods to Prescott prior to the fire but couldn't say exactly who set the blaze as Andrews took care of that part. She quoted Andrews as saying it took three men to pull the job',-/ two to dp the burning and one contractor. Mrs. Massingill also told of going to Texarkana with Mr, An-. drews where she said they look at some places which were burned out, . The second witness, Sam Sampson, Negro driver for Mrs. Massingill who is charged with aiding and abetting arson, testified to helping move the furniture some two weeks prior to the blaze to Prescott and later helping to move it to Weatherford, Texas. , , , A. S. Willis, fire chief and Ray. Yocom,' fireman, testified the fire looked "unnatural" to them when, they were helping' to put it put. Mr. Willis also testified that Andrews admitted in his presence to trying to' dispose of the stuff at Pros-, cott. Mrs. Gallic, Dudley, owner of the store in Prescott where furniture was stored, testified Mrs. Massingill asked jf she could store the itemsat h.er .place. She testified Andrews came to her store, and.ask- ed to see the furniture and quoted him as saying, "I told her she could move s'ome of tlie stuff but not all of it." She also testified Andrews came by her place in .Prescott after the fire and told of the furniture being removed. Glen McKelvy, youthful employe o fth,e Prescott store, also told of seeing Andrews at the store several times. , Herman Morris and his wife of Texarkana, qperators of a rriolel, testified that Andrews, Mrs. Massingill and Mrs. 'Dudley, came to their motel where Mr. Andrews discussed buying it for a sum of $75.000. Jack. Erpwn, deputy sheriff and Milton Mosjer, state police, also testified about the investigation. Mr, Mosipr listed the items recovered' at Prescott, told of recovering a television set from a well on the farm of Mrs. Massingill's son and about getting some more furniture from, Weatherford, Texas. Bob Massingill, son at Mrs. Mass- jngi)l, admitted helping move th« furniture and household goods frorn Prespott and to throwing the TV set in the well. He also implicated Q. O. prowri, 'hjs brother-in-law, and |3am Sampson as. helping him. Jamps Anderson, deputy state fire marshal, told of bringing back the items frpm Weatherford,' Texas. Sa.rrt Sampsqn was recalled tn the stand and admitted helping move the furniture. He testified that Attorney for ,the defense Will Atkins talked to him while he was in jail. He said he told Mr. Atkins he would go home it he would get him outvpt; jail. " ' ':&•] .Dean Parson and Raymond Ped- rop, city patrolmen, told how they,! passed the rest home some 12 to' 15 ijninutes prior to the fire and saw^no blaze. They said they were from 7 to 9 blocks away when they noticed the flame. Both testified the CURRY'S Termito Control Co, t BONDED • INSURED • GUARANTEED . . . '•*** Fpr Free Inspection A- 0, k» Jr, s 7-379 Extra Savings During HOPE VALUE DAYS Poplar. Grove 196, Supreme Forest If WOW Circle, meets tonight at 7:30 at WOW -Hall. Starts at Penney's! SHOP TOMORROW FOR FASHIONS FOR EVERYONE! MANY STYLES! DACRON AN D NYLON TRICOT SLIPS The most wanted slip' fabric — opaque, non-static, never needs ironing!- 'Superb col- • lection at Penney's . . .trimmed with laces, pleats, contrast appliques. 4-gore styling. White, colors. 32-44. WEAR 4 WAYS! ADONNA BRASSIERES • Perfect Fitting! • Wear as Strapless — Off" Shoulder — Halter or Regular! NEW LOW PRICE! S-T-R-E-T C-H-A-B-L-E NYLONS The Little Goymode With the Big Stretch f • Sizes in Midge - Norm - Long! . New Shades! • Seams Stay Straight! No<Bqg! No |ag!-You'll Love Them! • >'v. ?••! '•• PROPORTIONIP ^. GAYMODE SHEERS Smopth fitting — elamour'sneer G proportioned len Gayrnpdes . in gths! IJi . proportioned lengths! IJigh twist giy0s yon smurt dull finish, more elasticity. Fa$h- ion sjiftles,.§lifes 8Ms-Il, ep'UUM ie-4ini«r k i» ^ v'^ r > v ' rt ^'*»«, ADONNA ACETATE TRICOT BRIEFS . , , RUNPROOF! Elastic leg briefs leatur* Penney's proportioned fit for perfect cqmfprt . . . they're rejnforcer4 ?t points of stra.in . 1°1S- saUsfactpry wear, hite, pastels. •Sise "" ' a Wednesday April B 4r^e Spiritual Life Group of the Trst Methodist Church will sponsor TODAY ONLY* • Feature' Times •. • 2:24-4:08 • 5:52:- 7:36.- 9:20 • EXTRA. • ""50th Anniversary of of Movies" * Wed. & Thurs. * hostesses., Mrs. C. D. Lester presided and opened the meeting with the Lord's j Prayer repeated in unison. Minutes were read and approved aftor which the Treasurer conduct- led the collection of dues and the [Lenton offering was taken. It was voted that the Circle give a gift from the Blessing box to the Lenten ! en I have wanted to DOPOTHY DIX CWW/ess Wife Dear Miss Dix: Timothy and I', , .... have been married six years. Since , ^ter chUd. cWld ContimlC to proy for a baby ° f a short meditation and prayer service at the church at 10 a. m. Wednesday, April 6. Thursday, April 7 The Pat Clayburn Chapter of U. D. C wlU after foster ' your OW " : your * '" ay " Ot bc a Mrs. H. O. Kyler was study chair- has a steady Churchill i Plays Rob to the Very End By JAMES MARLOW man for the afternoon using as her topic "Developing the Spiritual Life of the Individual." She con- situation has become ducted a roundtable discussion with all members taking part. Mrs. Gen- unbearable; . generous with your love to child •ren who have none at all. Fou wil'. ifind a rich reward in this kind of j Churchill 'giving. ' he wore WASHINGTON — Nothing sym the life of Sir Winston ,1 . the way he with eifter. Me fought troth. He was neither a s&eiat ,planher» Me'was the great Cfl«ierVatlV€.Of slbje the 20th Century, His life atttf ffl ctuft Alfred energy were Spjeril ill cdnservihg the British Empire. sFor the British people he was W vivid and sturdy bfidge betwc^h the past and the prese'nt and pet haps the futur.e. JSTo man of his time had a great er sense of history, tt Was fofturi* ate fot his countrymen in their time o ftroubles. He could make and I am growing bitter toward my o try t last night just before as London them f efe l through his language Dear Miss Dix: I am 20 and|f rs believed he was ready at last whlch Was ). ooieA in history, a di- Don Smith on South Elm. Bibie and especial* certain have been going steady with Notice Due to bad weather last Friday night the Junior Class of Bodcaw School will stage a repeat pei tormance of their class play "Pleased to Meelcha" on Tuesday April 5, at 7:45 p. m. The public is invited. Due to bad weather, the annual Flower Show scheduled for April 15 has been cancelled. The Rose and Dahlia Clubs, sponsors of this year's show, will sponsor the show agnin next year. All club members are asked to eturn their schedules to their club president. Friday, April 8 The annual Easter Egg Hunt for Beginner 2 Department of the First jiaptist Church will be at the home of Mrs. J. 'O. Luck at 3 p. m. Friday,' April 1 8.' For transportation lave the children at the church at 2:30 p. m. The teachers will lake .he • children home. Circle No. 4 Meets With.Mrs. Lieblong Circle 4 of the WSCS met on April at 3 p. m. in the home of Mrs. J. Lieblong with Mrs. C. D. Lester and Mrs. C. C. Bryant as associate HOPE DRIVE-IN THEATRE Hwy 29 .South Open 6:30 H Starts Tonight 1 Jame S STEWART • June ALLYSON GLENN MILLER STORY .and. with these Musical 'Greats' • Frances Langford • Louis Armstrong • Gene Krupa Ben Pollack • The Modernalres Plus These Swell Shorts! 1. 3. Stooges Comedy 2. Tom & Jerry Cartoon 3. Fishing Around the World 4. Pickout Movie Mistakes • Every Night Features • • STARLITE PATIO • MONKEY VILLAGE • FREE KIDDYLAND SWINGS - SLIDE MERRY-GO-ROUND AEROPLANE RIDE (A 20c Carnival Ride FREE) Mrs. Ralph Routon's topic was "Mary, the Mother of Jesus," from the time of the annunica- tion on to the tomb on that first glorious Easter morning. The study closed with a Litany. hostesses served delicious i»- and frustrated I (weU acauainted with his fam'ily and to retire as prime minister. He had on the traditional full t crs> court dress at his dinner party for reel connection with their ances- ,..~.* i.^*«v.v.*..i.~v. ...*.. ...« »»......, v— , He was not art architect of A a while got along very well with them. His' the » e en Knee breeches silk new world. He may have dreamed I'm being fool- imother and I ore friendly; we vi-! stockings frock coat ruffled shirt. | o f being one before he got too thing. I would sit back and forth and call each!And halless in the rain he bowed old. He had hoped for a big toil could Hive Answer Thmlh T B you_or_your'other whenever we hear from John j low in the traditional way as the RPvirm v „ - f EVERLY However, when I send a package assume you she gets mad. Of course she sends },,„ , , se s ma. co 1 c °.™"lted a doctor on the packages, too. I've known him for . Queen stepped from her car. __ _ „ Although he was the real head Eisenhowe'r' and "the Mussians," ference, which might have brought peace, between himself, Pre'sideilt lnfertilil y' have dividual pies and hot coffee to 11'also conVldprnH i •• f .' m ° hthS anti We 1OVC eaCh ° lhe: ' members and one visitors. Mrs. Id, '* f nics °^^ a hos ^ s and dearly. His mother knows this, too ionics specializing Jn this, work? j Our only difficulty is over the pack• mere arn cnvni-*i i.» n .,:4 n i« *_ _ - . » «.. members and one visitors, Mrs. Ida Hamilton. Larry Walker Honored On Birthday On Friday afternoon, April 1 at 4 o'clock, Mrs. P. W. Walker entertained with a birthday party honoring her son, Larry, on his eleventh birthday. The dining room was decorated in colors of yellow, pink and greeji. The birthday cake was decorated in corresponding colors. Alter playing of games, cake, iced drinks and Easter favors were served to the following; Linda and Jo Ann Chance,'Cynthia and Deborah Richards, Tommy Ybcum, Charles Russell, Leroy Chance, Judith and Mike Walker. Assisting Mrs. Walker in serving were Mary Jo Hedger, Sandra Walker, and Mrs. Carl Richards, Jr Larry was the recepient of many nice and useful gifts. of governments and the Queen only mohths and we love each other! a figurehead the monarch represents continuity in government)!! ages. Joan W. Answer: Apparently the boy's mot •There are several hospitals in •very possible that they might help her considers'package sending one •you have a baby of your own. Seek Volunteer Work Woodmen Circle Members Make Pilgrimage To Home On Sunday April 3rd members of Woodmen Circle Grove No. 196 joined others of the Southern District in a pilgrimage to the Woodmen Circle home for aged members and orphans in Sherman, Texas. Southern District of the Circle is composed of several Groves located in southwest Arkansas including Hope. The pilgrimage Sunday was made by the two Texarkana and the Hope Groves. For many of those who made the pilgrimage it was their first visit to the home. After lunch in the spacious arid Beautifully decorated dining room ;he visitors viewed tMe large collection of early American glass which was given to the home by the ate National President, and is now displayed in indirectly lighted glassed cabinets. The home was founded in 1930 by the late President Mrs. Dpra Alexander Talley. The members enjoyed visiting .with the members of the home family as they were shown throughout the buildings. Thoee in Hope Grove who mad the pilgrimage were: Miss Lucil Wall, State Manager of Woodmer Circle, Mrs. Nettie Wiggins, Mrs Pauline Sanders, and -her father Mr. T. A. Stone of Mineral Springs Miss Charlene Wiggins, and Mary Jane Wilson a member of the Ju nior Grove. Miss Wall is a membe: of the National Home and Wajfari Committee. Rather than leaving home to care for children, I suggest that you take up the cause of underprivileged children in your own city. Without neglecting your home or your husband, you could devote a few hours a day to well babies in your local foundling hospital, or to ailing tots in other hospitals. Such work will accomplish the dual purpose of providing you with an outlet for your maternal emotions and succoring some neglected children. | of her prerogatives. Or perhaps she afraid you'll duplicate her gifts. Have you tried telling her beforehand, asking if she is sending similar things or if there is anything Reporter agazine that MacAr- Time marched over hjm and tht dream faded. But if he could not remake the world at' least he did Churchills clothes' and his cbovv|] U s best' to hold together the oiie were for this symbol continuity. The two greatest revolutionaries of the 20th Century Lenin and Hit lern rose and died during Church ills 80 years. He had no sympathy of stability he knew until other men came along who had more' time to try special she wants-to include in he box? Perhaps deferring a little her wishes may ease the situation Otherwise, either, send the bo> to please his mother, I'm on John es to please John or suspend them side. Dear Miss Dix: Twelve of us bc long to a bridge, club. One coup is always late| not just a few min iNo hospital or home has enough | utes but often as much as an hou fcclp to give each youngster the in- "" u ""'* "'""" '" ! — J ~ ~* ~— • dividual attention or affection he needs. Volunteers do most of ths cuddling and of course no child can have enough of that. A small child who has been left parentless through death, by abandonment, or for other reasons takes a lot of loving. You aro just the sort of person to supply the lack. A day spent with small children will leave you too exhausted to feel resentful when you return home. When your husband sees the improvement in your general attitude he may realize how important children are to you. A man has his business, his outside associates and to him children are not the integral part of living that they are to women — unless they're his own. Perhaps this form of fulfillment will be better for you than taking a They aren't close friends of any o us and we ( 'd prefer another-cou pie in their place. How can we g about it? MRS. O. K .Hospital Notes Julia Chester Admitted: Mrs. R. F. Hooker, Coming and Going Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hare and Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Sutton, Sr., spert the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. I J. Sutton, Jr, in Freeport, Texas VALUE DAY SPECIALS CHENILLE BED SPREADS With fringe. Size 80x90. Colors: Red, rose, blue, white and yellow $2.99 Men's All Nylon KNIT BRIEFS All sizes. .. $1.00 12.95 Men's Summer DRESS OXFORDS Nylon mesh. All sizes $8.95 DOROTHY PERKINS SHAMPOO Regular $2.00 size $1.00 ^laigsgjsife: : ''^f^i Blevins, Mrs! J. B. Williams, Hope, Mrs. Burke Henry, Hope, Rev. Wm. H .Stingley, Blevins, Raymond 'Jones, Patmos ....'-' "•• 'i, : ' Discharged: Hershel May, Hope, Timothy Harris, Hope. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wiliams, Hope announce the arrival of a son April 3. Branch Admitted: Mrs. Howard Garner, Hope, Rt. 1. (Discharged: Tywman Answer: You can scarcely chang the format of an established grou without being, rude. However, yo could certainly remind the tard ones that their bad manners disrup the game for an hour, or you m ght suggest inviting the other coi pie so that the party could get un der way on time. The response t these suggestions might be wit! drawal of the inconsiderate pair. May Air Mac Art KMT'S Idea on' Russian Help : By CHARLES COR DRY •; •'. WASHINGTON; (UP) — The con (roversy over what Gen. Dougla MacArthur thought about Russia lielp aginst Japan during Worl .War II widened today., • .' It probably won't; be settled b the now-planned publication of ol rficial documents ..bearing on Mac Arthur's .views about Russian tervention in the war 10 Hope, Mrs. P. A. Stewart, Hopei Rt. 1. Discharged:; B. S .Honea, Hope, Rt 4. 1 year Defense Department securit officers are reviewing the stack o papers now and may have them ready for. publication in the nex few days. The controversy-'was fanned yes terday when an Army historian as sorted flatly that MacArthur at th time of the February 1945, Yalti conference was "thoroughly in fav Simms, p r " o f Soviet entry into the war against Japan. • Louis Morton, chief of the Pa 'cific section of the Army's offic of military history, wrote in "Tlu 'THE BIGGEST LITTLE STORE IN TOWN" when little brother wants to be real cool make sure they're Pol Carrot SHOES FORfBOYS AND GIRLS 5.98 to 6.50 according to size DENNEY Siflith brown wingtip with brown (weed mesh front and side. Chances are the junior member of the family wants to be as sharp as big brother and dad. Poll-Parrots are styled with just that thought in mind. And they're built to take it, too! Bring your young man in soon for new Poll-Parrots. 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