Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on May 4, 1955 · Page 11
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StAft, H6M, ARKANSAS May 4, Wlj and Is W-:^ W. .««*:• MARKETS St. LOUIS UVE S fOCk;,s -4 haftged; ' , ttg ]arge wh y 7Q NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. 111. pet- cent and over A's 35; 60-S9.9 Uf\ — Hogs .arid uneven; 7,200, k fairly active 1 lip 0. hlgh- con- rifle ,.-; 140-170 Ib 16.50-17.2S; sow* .450 i: /wasJfi. a ; ib do'wn 14.00-15.00; heavier sows <tt*itttt rt I AnftJ 4«hMto.*M«fi « : . ... r\ r\A 4 ri ftt\ ' iz. 75-13.50; boars 9.00-12.00 ' per cent A's 5; mixed ; 35i (mediums 32.5; U.S. standards Ifi; difties 31; cheeks 30; cu'rVelft receipts 2. NEW YORK c6ff«N NEW YORK ifl -Cotton, fu- Citlto 2.700: : calves 600, com di " ' tures \vere steady today in slow mbrcial to '' steers mod- ,21.00^2.00; trade active arid mostly but undertone'weak on cows; bulk Utility and commercial J2.fiO-15.00: cahhers • and c u tie r s D.SO-1^.50,' bulls steady; utility and coriitnetv ciai 13.50-15,00; canncrs and but' ters 11.00-13.00; Vealers . f.Od'' 1 IbW.* er; good and choice lft ( OI1-2flt); commei'cial and. pood 13.00-18.00. Sheep 1,200; spring lambs bnre- ly steady to weak: choice grade' 22.50-3.00; clipped Iambs No. 2 Highway 4,55 Jobs to Be Contracted • LITTLE ftOCK (M — The long- talked Arkahsas River drive ih Little Rock is one of 15 'road and bridge projects on which the Arkansas Highway Commission Has invited bids. ' Contracts will '.'fie let May 18. Purpose of the riycrfront drive. In Little Rock IS :(ci lighten the east-west traffic/lib.^ on highway i through : Little; Rock. .. The stage calls '.|ojlf?:a half-smile pelts barely steady at slaughter ewes 50 lower; mostly 5.50 down. 17.00; shorri NEW YORk STOCKS : NEW YORK Ml — The stocH market hesitated today and .then turned down in the earlv afternoon following a" higher start. •-,» :: • The move'backward didn't ' go very far — t:around i points nt the outside —and there were many gdod plus-signs in the list. ' - :; ,T.radins. picked . UD . speed ns prices slipped, but he pace still was around 2,500,000 shares. That was a^"little.'below yesterday's 2,- GSn,OOff.. shores., ':'.'''' The steels did well initially, but they; fell back along with the mo-' i^ railroads, and most 'aircraft's.' POULTRY AND PRODUCE CHICAGO \m '— Live poultry barely- steady; receipts in • cbous 504 (ybsterday 642 coops, 75,968 .1-.3G-5; feed ;1.00-15. Ib); fo.b. paying prices unchanged; heavy hens 25-30; .light' hens 10.517; . bi'oile'r.s or fryers 25-1; old roosters 12-12.5; caponettes 42-43.,'). Butler 'steady; receipts 1,,257;954;, whole sale buying prices'tin- 93 score OB 55; -C'53. ^&?M^:$*&Z jjva'hc'c br6ught'out : . increased prof- : Iour-lane roadway'j.Slong the : Ar- jit taking'.' ; Which caused prices toj'kbns&s River between the Broadback away frofrt the best levels, I way Bridge and the Missouri Pa- with the trading p'ate sloping down eifte overpass oh Highway 10. , on: the reaction. .Liverpool/sources] Also on the letting list released Were a buyer of nearby May/ May against sales of new cfop months. Late afternoon prices were 20 cents to $1 a bale higher than the previous close. May 34.15, July 34.10 and October 4.12. GRAIN AND PROVISIONS . CHCAGO l/f) —Wheat raced ahead on the Board Of Trade today in a continuation of the previous session's strong buying move : ment.' • '' ; Demand centered in new crop wheat futures in the morning, bin toward '.the finish a short-covering 'movement got" underway in thd May conWaiit.' It jumped ' more (hart 'foijr cents. Wheat clctsbd' 2-5 '/ghighcr, May $2.1G'/4->/ 2 , corn i to !•% higher. :May $1. 44 -1.45, oats'. '-l.i-i-i. 3 / B higher, May 73'/2, rye l'/i-2!/2 higher. May 99%-$1.00, soybeans '/,1 higher,. May $2.55-2.54 I / S! .. Wheat; None! Corn; No. I'.yel-, low 1.51%;' No. 2 1.5J; No. .4 1.41. Oats: No 1 heavy mixed 78; No. I heavy white 81; No. 1 late yesterday is pradlng of th*; eight-mile Pula'il'i County section' oi two additional lane's for the new .Little Rock-Bentnn route .of Highway 67-70. A contract for grading of the Saline County section was let April 13. . Other jobs, by counties, include; Jefferson—Two bridges ;*nd approaches and short grading white V7'/2; No. 2 78. • Soybean \oil: ll-; meal: 55:50.' soybean Barley nominal: Malting choice woe is HE PITTSBURGH, (UP) -' Carmen Ti'aficanti spent the night in jail on a charge that he became disr orderly when a dog .catcher lassoed the family dog •. in Ti ; aficdnti's back yprd. The dog bailed out bj a $1 fine 1400, from Traiincanti's wife, spent'the un- night at sections oh the Sherill'Coy Road, Highway 31. Hempstead and Nevada,. — .12.5 miles of surface on the Hope-Rosston Road, Highway 4, Howard — 9.09 miles of surfacing on . the Saratoga-Mineral Springs R.oadr Highway 55. .-,- • • Logan — 13.17 miles of • surfacing on the Paris-Magazine Road, Highway 109. .'•':. Baxter— 6.2 miles of surfacing on Highway 126 north of Gassville. . ' drarit— 5.02 .miles of surfacing and five bridges between Poyen and Prattsville on Highway 270.- Columbia— 10.8 miles Of surfacing on Highway 19 between Macedonia and the' Louisiana state line. ' Pope and Conway — 8.54 miles of widening and resurfacing of Highway 64 east and west of Morrilton and .93 miles of resurfacing of highway within Russellville. .Johnson — 3.9 miles of widening and t-esurfacing of Highway 64 west of Clarksville. Carroll — 9.4 miles of surfacing on Highway 11 between Eureka Springs and the Missouri line. Washington —Widening and resurfacing of 5.7 miles of .Highway 71 between' Fayetteville and Greenland. Randolph — Reflooiing swing span. of Black River biidge on Highway Ndyttfct in GOP Fuss fey EbWlN B. HAAKINSOM WASHINGTON iff) — Sen. Capehart maintained a nrfutrSl position today ih a sizzling exchange- be- Iw'een two other Indiana Republicans, Sen. Jenner and Gov. George! N. Craig/ Chinese Reds Playing It Pretty Cute B* JAMES MARLOW move after Korea was to help Ho Chi Minh and his Communist-led Vietminh whip the French in dochina. They could have sent armies in to help him. But Secretary of .State Dulles warned —or maybe it wasn't a warning, because his language was so vague—that the United. States \VASrilNGTuiN 1*1 — The R>d'i n (Chinese, by design or necessity, Cral? brought with him to a gov-' have played it pretty cute since -„,,„,> *i,« TIA *• lne Korean War. It's almost as if rence the Hoosier a publ , c re]ations man had told GOP dispute, saying in a siitte-jthenv mem that Jenher had engaged: in' "neurotic policies Jenner Instead of sending in troops, the Reds pumped supplies and expert advisers into Indochina. Ho Chi Minh smashed the French. The United States did not go in. Anier- Two Polio Suspects Are Released LlfTLE ROCK Wl— Two Walnut Ridge, Ark., children, hospitalized as polio suspects after taking injections of Salk vaccine, have been released. Dr. J. T. Herfort, state healtn officer, said last night that Dane Sloan, 7, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. * Sloan III, and Danny Collins, 7,. son Of Mr. ?.nd Mrs Hobart Collin?, have been disagnosed as not having polio. it Jenher had engaged In » Don . t push your luck. Next unuea ataies aw noi 8 u u.. «ii«i:" critUjftMjibfthevlqreleh time don't just jump into war. i"" allies wouldn t go m and the of^e^t| ; Eisehfiov/et. that's the hard , way. , Next time 1 " mted states would not go m promptly 'fir68 JbaiiSfc ,-ivith give yourself -time to see what a ' one - .eht^efefriy ,'io •tr'fli&'is American nublic oninion is.'. That I. This was more evidence for the "a monkey.''; Capehari,; a;.- candidate for: election to ; the ; Se.h'ate riexl -_ with the promised;' -$ip'pdrt offbrith Jenner and Craig;, , barefully re.ttd the statenients anfcf'.ihen safd; ! give yourself -time to see what American public opinion is. That! This was more evidence for the mny let ,you know how far you Reds if American reluctance to 'can go, and what you can get, get into a fight in Asia. It must without, wan'-' , • ihave been encouragement for them The Communists, by stopping to make push again — which they did—without starting to shoot right United Nations forces in Korea, — —.-,.- . built up 'their prestige and self"I have a.bspluli<$.'no comment!" ^confidence. But they lost heavily away. Their next move: threats to cap- rs.iirr „ rnt.tr.ti..' „„*!,>., i i^ n men ar| d supplies. ture Formosa and the Matsii and Ciaig. a foimer national com-j Their lack of readiness may be Quemoy islands. They mad e no manaer 01 ine American legion thfe reaj reason they haven't attempt to do so. By waiting they ana a suong supporter ol kisen- started'shooting again. But, at the; were able to learn what Americans ^l er ',rr±° n; °i aQ I° U ir a r ^rne time. Korea\ gave them a thought of getting into war over tient, this country may let them have Matsu and Quemoy Meanwhile, they build up their air power as a threat to Qu'emoy and Matsu. Maybe when they feel strong enough they'll start a war by attacking the islands. ; But why should they, if by wait-, ing a little longer they may get them free, as they may? Their air power buildup may be a psychological needle on the American people: to pressure the administratibn into giving up Matsu and Quetnoy since otherwise there is a chance of war. term . as margin Jenner won Senate re-election. 07 at Pocahorttas. ing: | American opinion stiffened on de- The Americans not only wanted fending Formosa, A Chinese attack to get out of the Korean War but on that almost certainly, at least were then and thereafter reluctant right now, would mean war with to get ino war in Asia, where the United States. But American Woodruff and Jackson — 12.2 they could strip themselves bare opinion was divided on defending riiiles of surfacing .on Highway 33|in men and resources. iQuemoy and Matsu. : " ••'•.'•• between Augusta and Tupelo. ' The Chinese Communists' first 1 In. the end, if the Reds are: pa-.- Stomachi-,Uprear Gtt fast, toothing rtlitl with PIRCY MEDICINI ,1) ^ifi^m^ff^^- ^^^^^v^m^^^^^ fevfc ?/:.-. •.••'•fr^afa.&Ms.ifM'frttet- i^m-^^'M^^ •'• -••• * m$?K&'-^^ti?%'-'7-^'n. ''-.•'"•' wmwKv M-'-TEsaprgs^ JJK%MX'*X&!&&! :^^-'%f i;.. f £v5?«;:.i'-'..-'v'.''j People buy this newspaper for news of the world, the country and pur community in particular. Our readers are also interested m news about food, clothes, entertainment, automobiles, furniture and all of the necessities and luxuries that have to do with daily living. * Through advertising in.this paper you can give our readers the up-to-date news about your merchandise and services.\)Eaclx one of your advertisements cah be a newspaper w ffiin & newspaper. _ Of coi|ffse.ypii.;^o;^d : .Unp.w.'a)l;a^o|iit the circulation of thp newsp>pe> that is carryi^ ttie news of your business. How" rhahy people buy the paper? 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O ^«lll»f/ * Advertiser* are invite*) to ««k '+ jBHHv o f<* • copy °f w '*'•** *•••& r *»*** Tj»' J * 'tt ^ ' ' ffffl t *V : ' ilr^ftfP • K ^^Ev M 9f -4 U f t A K b ( ) »• t A <- WEST BROS. Sunday, May 8th is Mothers Day - Don't Forget Her Sunday is Mother's Day, and you'll want to remember her with a gift she'll want and appreciate. We have a store full of just the right gifts for any Mother. Come in and select hers now. DRESSES FOR MOTHER These have just arrived for Mother's Day. A large shipment of these lovely dresses in all the smart new summer'fabrics. ;:'••:'••.;' Complete range of sizes to fit any Mother ••••": Get'her one of these. ;. ':' 3.95 to 8.95 For Mother Give her NYLON HOSE First quality ; 51 gauge, 15 denier nylons in sizes 8£ to 11. Give her several pairs. 69c Pair A Gift She'll Want BLOUSES Get Mother .one of these, beautiful blouses in''as-* sorted colors.. Sizes . 32 to 38 1.98 TO 3.95 Another Gift for Her Rayon Panties Give rrWher several pairs of t^ese rayon panties in white and colors. Sizes 5 to 11. 49c Give Mother a NYLON SLIP We have a nice assortment of pretty nylon slips that will please any Mother. All sizes. 1.98 ,„ 5.98 Give Her a Lovely Gown These are in cotton piisses in both shorties and long styles. Also rayon and nylon gowns in all sizes. 1.98 ,o 3.95 Mother Will Love a New PURSE Beautiful sumnher^purses in assorted colors and styles. |n linen, straw patent and leather 1.00 TO 2.98 We Will Gift Wrap Your. Purchases for MOTHER'S DAY FREE WEST Whtr. Yog fet •«*r Q«f My Ftr UM M*f»yl •''' '" MOM StAt, MOM, AftKANtAS Calendar Wednesday May 4 St. Mark Auxiliary wiil meet Wednesday May 4, at 7:30 n m. With Mrs. J. W. Smith. Boyle Continued from Page One pajamas ("men with their collars off look like picked chickens") and,writers who describe bananas as "the elongated yellow fruit' Mrs. Jack Brown will present her and billi a r d balls as "the number- pupils in a piano recital Friday| ed ?nhcroids -' May 6 at 7:30 p. m. in the First' eP u eroids He has •* theory on how a sense Christian Church. The public is invited. The Rose Garden Club will meet Thursday May 5 >, The Pat Cleburne Chapter of IT. 3 p. ID. C. will meet Thursday May 5, H. Gunter Sr and at 2:30 p. m. at the Barlow Hotel. Meyers Mrs. Jack Atkins and -Mrs. J. W. Branch will be hostess. Mrs. James Tuesday M«y 10 The Sixth Annual Music Festival'pure moonshine of humor develops and how a .humorist differs from normal peo- Iple. I "Assuming a child is ordinarily of to what grownups tell him. He raizes they are older and have lived longer. "But at some point\he discovers that an enormous amout Of what they have told him is baloney — and that . they Hope Chapter 328 order of the ,„),, u . .. . „ , -.'.;••- *~— - • — •> Eastern Star will meet Thursday' • e held in Hammond Statium don't know what they are talking May 5. at 7:30 p. m. IUI **** on Tuesday May 10, at 7:30 p. m.'about. "This seems amusing to him and The Rocky Mound Home Demonstration Club will meet May 5 .at 7:30 p. m. in the home of Mrs. Bd- ar Jurrels. for a cake social -This* s in celebration of National H. 'D. C. week, and the public Is invited. Brookwood Brownie Troop will mnet Thursday May 5, and the leader will be Mrs. Rogers with Br«m- da Barentine as hostess. All Brpw- nie's.of this troop please be present, ... Ml**' Polly. Tolleson Honored with Bridge Party Mrs. C. C. McNeill and Mrs. excites his sense of comedy be cause it is funny to see people actually believing the ridiculous things they say. It also seems fun- The Green Lascter Home Demon- .station Club will meet Thursday May 5, at 7:30 p. m. in the-home of Mrs. Lloyd Collier. , Friday May 6 ... The May Fellowship pot-luck luncheon of the local council of ChUrch Women .will meet at the Christian Churcty -Friday May 6th. The women of the various churches will bring different type- of food Methodist; salads, Episcopalians dessert. Christian; meat. Presby «terians; vegetables.' Lloyd Coop honored Miss Polly ny for him to reflect they had him Toileson bride-elect of Robert Hu- believing this guff, too. ber with a dessert bridge Wednes-l "Thus humor is an awakening, day April 27, in the McNeill home.'a discovery. But, unfortunately if Artistic arrangement of iris and he is nprmal, in time this sense pansics were placed at points of. °f comedy evaporates. He no vantage throughout the home. longer is excited or amused by Miss Tolleson was presented a lne crazy things people do or say. piece of silver in her chosen pat- He himself becomes one of the tehi by the hostesses. High score was won by Mrs. William Tolleson and the traveling prize wfent to Mrs. C. P. Tolleson, A delightful dessert course with coffee was served to the 12 guests. YburhearFw.il! Called Peter ^ I ' :«' ••'* ' ''-^tVy, i . '• -- "" stiffiu RICHARD JEAN TODD PETERS STARTS SUNDAY SAENGER - '1 Irli Garden Cl.ub Entertained In Home Of Mrs. Lloyd Crank The Hope Iris Garden Club met Tuesday May 3, in the home of Mrs. Lloyd Crank with Mrs. C. M Agee as associate hostess. ;The home was decorated with arrangements of Margarte daisies and roses in .the entertaining room. Mrs. A.' W. .Martin, .president presided and opened the meeting with the club.collect repeated in unison. The roll call and the minutes were read by the secretary, Mrs. W. I. Stroud. During the business session, plans were completed for the Hat and Style Show to be May 12," at the Hope High Mrs. Ei D. Blake was treasurer and Mrs. C. M. Agree elected secretary for a two year period.. A report of the City Federation meeting was, given by Mrs. A, A. AlbrittQa,.'and Mrs. J. M. May reported on the work done by the Junior Garden Club. Mrs. A. W. Martin program chairman gave an interesting and informative program on shrub ro- •foi; landscaping. ^IrsVW. I. dtroud placed first with her arrangement of a fan motif. Coming and Going Rev. and Mrs. Earl Allen of Celes^e, Texas are visiting Mrs. Allen's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ray and other relatives, Kev. Allen's Mother, Mrs. William Allen of Emmet and his brother and family of Gurdon. older people who say and do things that are manifestly absurd. "The wheel has turned full circle. "But there are a few people who never got over it, who never grows up. Thus it;could 'be interpreted that, a, light writer is a case of arrested development." Morton lit tip a cigar and cherr- fully admitte'jd that he was. in no hurry to grow up himself. , In an age of speed everything comes and goes faster. The lightning wisecrack and the one-line cartoon gag now characterize the nation's comedy. The leisurely light humorous essay is slowly Miss Young Ignore Old TV Formula By WAVNE OLIVER NEW YORK (M— Lorettft'Young Independent Break Food Price War EL DORADO, t/B-A battle the housewives loved — a food prlcfe t ,' * 4 " featured as los "There are few markets left for 11 ' «««* Morton, who says won ad1S ° any 1061 " he K b ° y tO be a llght "She couldn't do it anyway," he added. "No one Who writes a MAY BE RARE SIGHT—Will scenes like this disappear entirely, eliminated by the Salk polio vaccine? Back to camera, Ryan i ' McKendrick, physical therapist at the Utah' Valley Hospital, ( Provo, Utah, encourages Eugene Park, 5,, to use his legs. Thanks j to exercises designed slowly to revive paralyzed muscles in both,' legs, his abdomen and back, Eugene is now able to walk slowly, j even without his crutches. I DOROTHY DIX Proof Of Love? Dear Miss Dix: My problem isj a brief but serious one. Does a pleasure and the assurance that man really love his wife, as he she ' s regarded as a human toeing «,.-,„__,„„. . ,.. claims he does, if he is not the;as_ well as a parental prop will Westera-Russ.™ split; over is nearing the end of a second war — ended today and grocery successful season on television shoppers are taking their hioney to the store again, Instead of bringing money home from the store, The price war, which started last week, grew white hot Monday when an independent grocer said he would buy at a pfbfit to -the customer — goods that had been bought across town at cut-rate prices. Some housewives reported they made as much as $15 in one after'' noon of buying underprlced items at Kroger, Safeway and Plggly Wiggly, and re-selling the items to Alley's grocery. Korger and Piggly Wiggly said last night they would return to regular prices on items they had with a show that ignores the lor mula of' the usual film series. Other TV stars appearing on a weekly basis stick to one role for .he star and the same basic situa- ion. Loretta plays a different role and uses a different .situation each veek, with no effort at continuity. Sach cf. her Sunday night shows s complete in itself. One result is that the viewer is less apt to tire of the show. He may not like this week's episode but can tune in next week knowing it will be entirely different. Fact is, some of Miss Youftg's programs are oversentimental and sticky sweet. But she has change of pace and frequently turns in challenging performances, as in her recent "Dateline Korea" in which she played the role of a hard-boiled woman newspaper correspondent. She also has played school teacher, nurse, woman executive, office girl, test pilot's wife and many other roles. Inevitably there have been two or three strongly reminiscent of her Oscar-winning part in the movie "Farmer's Daughter" in 1947, in which she took the part of a maid of Ewedish ancestfy. Miss Young, 41, is one of the most successful former movie stars to come into television. Her show last Sunday completed the new episodes filmed for the current season, which ends in early June. However, she will resume production, in late June to accumulate a backlog for the new season, starting in late August, Oil Properties May Bring Split VIENNA, Austria —A possible British, French and Soviet Ambasy sadors and Austrian Foreign Minister Leopold Figl went into their third day with about half the 30,000-word treaty draft still to be reviewed. The five representatives are trying to agree on a revised treaty for the Big Four foreign ministers to sign. Three months after it is signed, all foreign troops must be withdrawn. from Austria. dowfi m the imouftt diee • cu«om*f-tuiftt. could caH 6Ut oiJ*l* John Alley, dwne*f of nounced in-ah advertiser day that he wotiM items at slightly bel casts. He ehcottta|«d r ... at the chain supetftiafk«W the items to him at S Prices during the,.**; 10-pound sack of sugaf and a 24-bottte case ttt soft; j to 5? cents. Alley am he 'would pay $ cent of sugar. Alley also bought Ca: ____ shortening and 'frttf*e7 • l"' J,< i M , ! The eagle preys oft the making it drop the UshJ caught. ., , «„ i,. THEBEAUTY^ Open 6 Doyi «'W<' Appointment* tflcr.<) for those who toerk* Phone 7-M50 lit •. I itteadacfcf WORLD'S LARGEST I why he was able to. All he knows it warms him in a strange Hospital Notes Julia Chester Admitted: Julius Quillin, Hope, Rex ;Eley, McCaskill, Mrs. E. C. Kelley, "Ozan. Discharged: Mrs. .A. R. Bennett, Washington, Olden 0. Stewart, Grand Prairie, Texas. Branch : Admitted: Mrs: Mary Turner, Hope, Rt .1, Mrs. Burgess Hollis, Patmos, 'Discharged: Mrs. A. J. Folsom, McCaskill Rex Huckabee, Patmos, Mrs. J. C. Rothwell, and baby girl Hope, Arkansas. Nationalisfs Continued from Page One coast with high 'speed torpede boats, said the agency, which is operated by the Interior Ministry- Commando units are being organized to spearhead attacks on both groups of islands, it asserted. Foreign Minister George Yeh today .personally denied local .press reports which said he had hinted ^ Nationalist China might agree to a cease-fire. He told a press conference, among other things, that his government "has never requested, nor least bit jealous? I have always considered jealousy proof of love, yet my husband says he loves me, is a devoted mate, but never shows p ou thinks he's just help the pains to disappear. hiding it? DEE DEE Answer: Does a fever indicate good health? Does a bomb dropped on a city show evidence of peaceful intentions on the part of the aggressor? If so then jealousy is proof of love. No Good Comes Of It Jealousy is in itself an illness; it's a sickness of the spirit and very often the mind. No one can trace a good action,, .a charitable deed or a kind thought to jealousy. How then can it prove love, which is the source from which all good things come? Love is a pure emotion; oil properties U.S. and Dutch companies lost 17 years ago loomed as the Big Four ambassadors turned today to reparations clauses of the Austrian independence treaty. Negotiations between the U. S. yearly. Several days ago Arkansas Power er & Light Co. asked the state has the United States ment offered, American forces to be station in (Formosa.)" govern- ground Taiwan No Plans for Only 2441 of the 7083 islands in the Phillipine group have been named. DRIVE-IN THEATRE Hwy 29 South • Open 6:30 • Tonight & Thursday • BUMPER CLUB NITES! • Drivers of All Bumper Strip Cars Admitted Free F-l R-S-T HOPE SHOWING • JR. HITS • 1. Pluto Color Cartoon 2. Bugs Bunny Cartoon 3. All-Star Comedy 4. "Songs of the Range Continued from Page One Matsu are vital to defense of Formosa would hinge, in part, on the strength of the Communisl forces assaulting them. If an attack on the offshore islands were launched with forces and equipment far in excess of what was needed for their capture, he said, we would be justi fied in assuming that the actual Communist target was Formosa. The administration has declined to say in advance whether the U. S. 'would defend Quemoy and Matsu. It takes the position that this would depend on whether defense of the islands was considered essential to protecting Formosa. Other points made by the President at his news conference were: 1. He parried a question on whether he will veto the postal pay bill providing an average 8.8 per cent raise for 500,000 postal workers. He said he will study the bill carefully his decision. before making 2. He spoke out strongly against the bill to restore farm price supports to 90 per cent of parity. He said flexible supports voted by Congress last year still have not had a chance to operate and they deserve they can prosperity. chance to show what accomplish for farm Bland Slated to Get Better Job LITTL/E ROCK (UP) Reports an evil one. The two cannot coexist. Of course jealousy has many graduations and in its minor phases is quite harmless. Violent expressions of the green-eyed mon* ster, however, are something no woman would like to live with. Older men, for instance, who marry very young girls are often so jealous that their wives aren't permitted to walk to the corner store alone. Every male who crosses the path of a young, attractive wife is suspect. These women lead lives of complete domination and isolation, Be thankful their lot is not yours Men and women have even been, goaded to murder through the fires of jealousy. 'No, my dear. This is not the proof of love. If you doubt your husband's love, there are more de pe.ndable ways to test his feelings Is he affectionate, loyal, consider ate and trustworthy? Does he have faith in you? That is a more convincing attribute than doubt. Consider some of the aspects your life might assume if your man did exhibit jealousy. Every minute of your time would have to be ac counted for, every letter and phone call explained. If you were so indiscreet as to say "hello" to male acquaintance the result woulc row at home. You , express admiration be a furious couldn't even for your pet movie or television star. In short, you would never know one minute of peace, since there is absolutely no telling when unreasoning .suspicion will sproul forth. "Love is strong as death; jealousy as cruel as the grave." So your husband isn't jealous? Thank God for it. Dear Miss Dix: A relative of mine, a woman ;in her thirties, constantly complains of feeling sick yet will not see a doctor. She has never married not because she cdUldn,'t but because home re sponsibilities prevented it. She lives with her parents and is makjng their lives' unhappy.; She is;',Un< persisted today that Jim Bland, ex- derweight, yet won'jt ,eat hajf 'of scutive secretary to Gov. Orval E. what she should; is'-'always taijking faubus, may be transferred to another job in the state government, 'Rumors have cropped up intermi tently for the past month that Bland might be given the $8,60 per year post as administrator of the employment security division. Bland, himself has denied the •eports. But Faubus has indicated hat some transfer might be worked out depending on placement or $ev- eral other men in other jobs. Newsmen-have been aware of ome intra-office dissension in the executive department, some of it nvolving Bland, that has been in progress for several weeks. The only other men who have be in mentioned for the Employment Security post are former adminis- rators John Greene and Roland Shelton. Greene now is in the insurance business and Sh,eltOf) in the ve«»l estate business. about her headaches or backaches for .which there is no apparent cause. On the few occasions when she does get but, she's the life of the party. As she is an attractive, intelligent woman, I can't understand her attitude on health. Is there any solution? JOANNE Answer: This young relative is apparently your sister, from the context of your letter — which I had to shorten. Has it occurred to you or other members of the family that the weight of home responsibilities, which have even prevented her marriage, might be the cause of various ills? Certainly she should consult a physician, but an effective change could also be anade through the co-operation of the family — particularly a sister who shows such interest. Give a hand to Jighlen a little home responsibilities so she can gpt out ipcasionaUy. permission to add a fuel Two Co-ops May Get Reduction LITTLE .ROCK (ff) — While most Arkansas • rural electric co-operatives : are getting set to battle a rate increase proposal; two north jPublic Service Commission Arkansas co-ops are faced with the pleasant 'prospect of a rate reduction. Oklahoma,Gas & Electric Co. of Fort Smith; 1 -Ark'., announced yesterday/,, that it planned to lower slightly the price of electricity it wholesales to Arkansas Valley Electric Co-operative Corp., of Ozark and Ozarks Rural Electric Co-operative Corp. of Fayetteville. The total reduction, the com- for rate clause to contracts with 14 Arkansas co-ops. Previously co-ops have been the only large customers of , AP&L which haven't paid the special added fuel charge under which part of the cost of fuel for generation of electricity is passed on to consumers. Oklahoma Gas' plans for a rate reduction are the result of a sim- pany said, would be about $3,500 ilar fuel rate' clause. SPECIAL NOTICi TO THE PUBLIC In every City there is as law ..._, and other vehicles chasing fire trucks, or, such vehicle where it will be a hinder'ance to .... Department while fighting a fire. For sometime^ it has been difficult for the Department to',! the equipment in an efficient manner who go to fires block th,e streets pnd.,r,i water hose, and sometime they are broken. It is also a violation of the law fp^ _ r your car while a fire, or ambulance alo sounded, you should pull your car to the~caiv, remain there until an all clear signal is given! Jkh if you do not belong to the fire Department Qjw£ have no other business there, please keep-ybtlflr car, or any other vehicle away. All Police be instructed to arrest any one caught in tion of any of the above laws. Respt. yours, .-*> C. E. 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