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' V 7> llfc fhcrtr* by rolling their. OPEN i a •* » » i NmBrieft WfcSf MEMPHIS (UP)' -rid&fv Circuit Court has ; iuwiun- > zed West Memphis to' arihox'j ttui* bfcrt, but the cornmuftitys 600 fciU lizelis still are opposed to th* piove. . ..... _.- ,". Voters of West -Memphis atithor- lized the annexation but Hulbert Salk Answers Questions H6M STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Atfe*i L Tuesday, June 7, 1$5S MARKETS LOUIS LiVESTbdk ..•''" NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, in. ) — Hogs 11,000; generally lower; around 300 head choice mostly No Is 180-210 Ib 19.75; bulk 180-220 POULTRY AND PRODUCE CHICAGO poultry weak on caponettes, about steady on balance: receipts in coops 671 '.Citizens went to court to slot) it I * A "^P IC CITY ' N ' J - WV-Dr. ™ 180-210 Ib 19.75; bulk 180-220 °r, balance: receipts in coops 671 H.* H. fiabTisy a leader of the oft. """ ^' Sf ^ today answered i b 19-00-50; 220-240 Ib 18.50-19.25; Monday 1,027 coops. .'128.G95 Ib- fBsition. .'SflirMne Hulbert .fietfUM* r, 0 / m6 ,** * He mo'st. critical ques- * ew around 250-260 Ib 18.00; 140- f-o.b. paying prices unchanged to ifc+ m,M5Kt iffWti .r~'rii *r~r*r ""f Ii0ns<>ul' Bftrtflts* -frnifiilc .ahn,.« u,-.. 170 Ib Ifl 00-19 fMl- inn.isn 1h 10 nn ;1 1mi,-or- hooutr !,„„„ no c nn. ,. , . Mmr'tr Used PARTS iTRAr SPECIAL! SAVE aular Gal. 26.9 jtro resentatives of 27 states, including Arkansas, will- meet here today for a discussion farm labor be ,. .,, -*-* t ,~rtsirt r-?»".f "-JWiXjp'Will UtT ames B. Bland, administrator of the Employment Security Division, and : Poiiie- ftbffjfhari;' employment service director. i The meeting is sponsored by 1 the riA Department of Agriculture. BlSnd said a discussion of the "low income of. agricultural workers" would be included in the two- day meeting^ . - jiftfe. Ji&rehts' -hiihds -about his prbte .give: Yes, Salk said. It gives a large gree of pfbtectldn, lasting up to x months or longer, If a child has had. one shot, is paralytic- pTbliot mm-e dikely . or less ' likely, he" said. Does the giving of one shot increase h|s chances of setting WASHINGTON (UP) — The pop. ulation reference ddureau has reported a 'baby boom" in Arkansas among college^ graduates. . The bureau.used statistics of the graduates of Ouachita Baptist College and .Arkansas A.M. and ft. in • its national survey of population trends. '•; . : _Men^graduates of OuachUft'i in Seed about ready to haryest on 30 or more acres Ky 3f' Feseue; Anyone int may harvest on halves. ;;,; — See Clyde A, Monfsi; No, it reduces the chances. Does ;the second shot have to be giyen Soon? ^ No. he said. It apparently can be' delayed for up to 30 montho, without having to start the vaccination process all over again. Can thd second shot be given •'-'— summertime, /when polio I?Q. Ib 18.00-19.00; JOO-130 Ib 16.00 17.50; SOWS 400 Ib. down 13.25-15.00"" — Ib 12.00-13.50; boars 9.50- CatU<r 5I700, calves 1.300; about s |6ady; good and choice steers 20.00-22.50; choice mixed yearlings 21.50-22.00; cows utility and com mercial 12.00-14.CO; sprinkling commercial grade 14.5rt-15.00; utility and commercial bulls 13.50-15.00; good and choice vealers 18.00-22.00; high choice and prime 22.00-24.Oo'. Sheep 1,500; active and strong; bulk choice spring lambs including very fe\V prime 23.50-24.50; to all interests; 1 choice 87 Ib shorn lambs 18.50; shorn ewes 3.50-5.00. FOR SALE Grocery Store and Market, good location for a 7 to 11 business *j. Located on Highway 67. PORTERFIELD GROCERY & MARKET may be* ..^es. It is .perfectly safe to give the sedopd shot then. '_Shpuld.;a child fbd given his tUs.il -shot during summertime, «"L P ' 0ll - p , mfl y be - Widespread? The consensus is that it can^be giveHVtheri, Salk said: There can P« a-'flsk. but it is slight on a comm'i;jrtify.wide basis. . Can jtf-ohilri who has been vadci- nited pass polio on to his broth- T*. sisters or parents r • $???*'•**$* -' is ' ^oss'ble, and this could explain some of the cases of fcojlo "dccUrring 'now in families of vaccinated children.; <Salk explained why this can happen, in an address to the American-Medical Assn. and in a ftuesti6n-and-answer news confer- 1 lower; heavy hens 22.5-28; light hens 16.5-17; broilers orfryers 3032; old roosters 12-12.5; caponettes cars GRAIN AND PROVISIONS CHICAGO m — Wheat firmed on the 1 Board of Trade in a slow trade on news that rain is hamp- eririg combining and trucking of the new crop in the southwest. Most other commodities also strong, at times advancing more than a cent a bushel. Old-crop July soybeans made the poorest showing, influenced somewhat by an increase of 335,000 bush els in the visible supply. At the close wheat was 3 /i-l'/2 cents higher, July $l.98 3 / a -%; corn up, July 1.42%; oats 34-35. 1 Butter steady; receipts 1,911.'625; wholesale buying prices unchanged; 93 score AA 56.75; 92 A 56.75; 90 B 54.5 89 C 52 5 90 B 55; 89 C 53. Eggs steady to firm; receipts 26.684; wholesale buying prices unchanged to 2 higher; U.S large whites 60-69.9 per cent A's 37- mixed 36; mediums 33; U. s' standards 31; dirties 27.5; checks 24.5; current receipts 28.5. NEW YORK COTTON i. NEW YORK 'm - Cotton futures were generally steady trading today. Support in slow came some was , . h;igher, July 66 and rye He said; the vaccine 1 is designed to;prevent paralytic polio by creating antibodies in a child's bloodstream against the three types of polio, virus which can cause human paralysis. Had'. an average of two children-each, compared with 1.67 for •mtejjr'pf -the . 1900 class. Women graduates had 1.S4 children, to 1.45 for the- 1930- graduates. 2 higher, July $1.06'/ 4 . Soybeans were unchanged to l'/ 2 cents higher, 'July 2.42>/4. Wheat: none. Corn No. 1 yellow 1.471/2; No. 2 1.47'/4-V 2 . Oats: -No. 1' white 74; No. 1 heavy special red 74. Soybean oil: 12'/ 2 ; soybea; ;n meal: 50.00. Barley nominal: Malting choice 1.35-52; ;feed 95-1.16 thrcugh trade buying and =,„„„; demand for new crop months, based on nearness of futures prices to the expected loan on the 1955 cotton crop. Late afternoon prices were 45 cents a bale higher to 35 cents lower than the previous close, uly 33.83. October 33.98 and December 34.03. Hat Contracts to Be Aired Publicly WASHINGTON I/P) — Senate investigators promised a public ah-- ing today of "some unusual hap- pehihss" involving government contracts of Chicago hat manufacturer Harry Lev. Lev, who became wealthy after coming to this country as an immigrant from the Middle Ebst, has been named to the Senate Investigations subcommittee in hearsay fashion as a briber of government employes. One of them, Air Force Capt. Raymond Wool, has been shifted to the Wright-Patterson Air Basel at Dayton, Ohio and confined ta; Ihe base after testifying he had falsified federal income tax returns. No charges have been filed against him. Wool disputed sharply sugges.- t-vidence of possible graft in th buying of uniforms for the forces. Levy has testified that Marvin Rubin, a central figure in the inquiry, told him Lev paid $50,000 to Wool in 1953 for Wool's influ ence on a big contract to manufacture white sailor caps for the Navy. Wool then was a uniform procurement supervisor. Rubin was a business hustler for both Lev and Levy. Frog Level, s. name in 1873 to Prosperity. Changed its Duke's Beauty Solon 1013 W. 7th Phone 7-4389 Featuring Duke's Variation Cut . • Operators Francis Gillian — Ethel Morarf Now is the time to Get SCREENS From GUNTER RETAIL LUMBER CO. 422 DIVISION _TuMo'ay, June 7, 195$ HOPE STAR, HOPt, ARKANSAS members, and one new member, Mrs. Johnny Green was welcomed. A beautiful and impressive pled( ge service was directed by Mrs. | Nannie Purkins. Assisting were, Mrs. C. M. Agee and Mrs. Webb Laseter. Jr., with the group joining in the litany. Everyone signed pledges. Ice cream and cake were served during the social hour. fc Beacon SS Class of the First Bap- Itist Church will meet in the home lot Mrs. Cecil O'Steen Tuesday ev- l^aing June,7-.at 7:30 y?jth Mrs. Or- IvZl Tayldr as co-hostess/ ' • NEW YORK STOCKS NEW YORK (fft — Booming demand for steels and non-ferrous metals today sent the Stock Market ahead strongly. It was the second straight rise to record high levels for the market with todays trading pace at a scorching three-millionshare rate. Yesterday's total was 2,560,000 shares. Gains ran to 1 to around 3 points frequently in favored areas of the list. Losses seldom were more than point. tions from subcommittee members that lie accepted bribes from Lev or others. The bribery charges were aimed at • Ley by a business rival. New York manufacturer Leon M. Levy, who said he had no direct knowledge that any money changed bands. Lev himself has been called to testify, perhaps this afternoon. The subcommittee is seeking GET ACQUAINTED OFFER Get Service, quality and satisfaction guaranteed. All kind of welding. Genera!" repair work. All children toys welded free. KING'S GARAGE & WELDING SHOP 3rd & Ferguson Phone 7-9922. The V. F. W. Auxiliary, will meet (Tuesday June 7, at 7:30 p. m. at the ''HW.li M''Members' 'are' 'urged to attend. Intermediate MYF Party origin- ily scheduled to meet Tuesday night June 7 has been postponed until Wednesday night June 8, at 7:30 in Fair Park. "THurtsday June, 9. .. ' Hdpa'iB&JPw' ' ; blub Will •'.'• meet Thursday June 9, at 7 p. m. at the Hotel Barlow. Program will be pre- by the out going officers. f Eat Cleburne Chapter of UDC Will have annual picnic Thursday noon at Old State Capitol in Washington. TRY OUR DRINKS AT OUR FOUNTAIN We have the most modem in Soda Fountain and equipment. FORTUNES Ice Cream served, ' only the best in Fruits and Syrups used. Hae your friends meet you at our fountain'. •>' Our fountain has A'l Rating. ; ; j 102 W. 2nd WARD & SON DRUGGIST ••!{/![! • -'-'it' Phone 7-2292 f Thursday June 9 The Young Adult Fellowship I Group of Ahe First Methodist Church will have a Pot Luck Thursday June 9, at 7 p. m. at the Church. I /f-very interesting musical prog- I rarti has been arranged and every- I one please be present. Game night at the Hope Country Club has been postponed until June 14th. It was scheduled to meet Tuesday night June 7th, Monday June 13 Joint meeting of the WSCS of the (First Methodist Church will be held at the Church Monday June 13, at 4 p. m. Mrs. L. B. Tooley will brinj the devotional and the children's division will present the program. Circle 3 WSCS Met In Home Of Mrs. J. B. Koonce Circle 3 of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of the First .Me thodist Church met Monday afternoon in the home of Mrs. J. B. Konce with Mrs. Cecil Weaver, Mrs. John Hartsfield and Mrs. J. M. Harben as associate hostess. The meeting was opened with prayer by the leader, Mrs. Floyd C. Fuller. The roll call was answered by 27 in V-8 power (with a Y-block V-8 that delivers. new Trigger-Torque "GO") Of all the low-priced V-8's, only Ford's Y-block V-8 has an.extra-deep engine block .to give you smoother, quieter, longer-lasting "GO"! This brilliant V-8, with Trigger-Torque response, obeys your commands instantly .. . gives you new confidence in traffic . . . allows you to pass more safely. Ford's short-stroke design and Automatic Power Pilot spell extra savings every mile. '?*' *~ ',•**"" * * >•"•"• r- I/' f*n ..», tjtwt^.t+ I *f •» l'»* i? DRIVE-IN Hwy 29 South • Open 6:30 Starts TUESDAY This is Western Week at the Drive-In -^2 Goofy Cartoon • Our Gang Comedy • Barney Bear • Family Reunion Held at Fair Park For Volentine's Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Volentine held a family reunion at Fair Park with a dinner servetd to the follow ing. Pat Volentine, Mr. and Mrs. R. D Taylor and daughter, Sandra Lee Mrs. Pauline Gilbert and son, Bil ly Wayne, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Vol entine all of Hope. Mr. and Mrs Herchell Henderson and children Donna, Robbie and Nancy Kay of Dallas, Oregon, Mr. >and Mrs. Kelsey Volenline and children, Connie Sue and Virginia Ann, Mr. and Mrs. James Saler and son, Sammy, Mrs. Lorene Byrom and children, Bonnie Carol and Jerry, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Foster and sons, Mr, Cecii Teeters and daughters, Jenefer and Sherrie of Texarkana. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Hunt Honor Her Parents With Dinner Sixty-Five attended a farewell dinner June 5, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Hunt in honor of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Springs who are leaving to make their home in California. Those who attended were Mr. and Mrs. Vernon McBay and family of Texarkana, Mr. and Mrs. T. G. McBay. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hunt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Coy Henderson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Henderson, Mrs. Eva Lee Norwood and James, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Springs and family, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ivers and family, Mr. James Tedford of -Nashville, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Russel and family of Texarkana, Mr. and Mrs. Phil iHannel and family, Mr. Wade Stevenson, Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Townsend of Texarkana, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Townsend, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ragan .of Dallas, Texas, Miss Mildred Hunt of Dallas, Mr. Harold Hunt also of Dallas, Mrs. Nellie Toepher of Freeport, 111., Miss Norma Jean Allen, Mr. Dean Allen and Mr. Kenneth Petre. presenting four generations, enjoyed the dinner spread on the lawri. A brief family history was given by Mr. R. P. Fuller of Shover Springs who is the last survivor of the Pete Fuller family. The late Mr. Pete Fuller donated the land on which the reunion was held, also for the school and cemetery .of Bodcaw iNo. 1. Raymond Fuller, of Stamps, gave the invocation. Following the meal pictures were taken and the Fuller Quartette, composed of Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Fuller, Mrs. Troy Greenlee, Mr. Otis Fuller, sang several selections. It is planned for the 1956 reunion to be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 'Homer Fuller. Bobo, Rf. 1, Hope. Discharged: Mr. John. Vesey, Hope, Edward Smith, Hope,' Judy Easterling, Hope, Ona Eastetling, Hope, Ken McMahen, Hope. DAVY'S PORtfiAir AUSTIN, Te*. (til*)"—the fe*as Senate, keeping pace with th* times, has ordered -art oil painting of Davy Crockett and four other UP TO NAME WAfdNGA, Okla. (UP)—Daniel Texas heroes restored at a cost of $12.000. M. Drunkard, 30, sUrfej tj(^ jail term yfesterdY? f& II LEWIS-McLARTY ".. i V X «* •<• Mrs. Jack Gardner Hostess To Circle 4 Circle No. 4 of the WSCS met Monday at 2 p. m. in the home of Mrs. Jack -Gardner in Oakhaven. The meeting was opened with the devotional led by Mrs. David Waddle. Mrs. Gardner, newly elected chairman, appointed her committees for the year. A most informative program on the Emblem and Purpose of WSCS was presented by Mrs. Gardner. The hostess served punch and cookies to nine members present and one new member, Mrs. J. W. Perkins. Mrs. T. S. McDavitt Hostess To Circle No. 2 Mrs. T. S. McDavitt and Mrs. Ralph Routon were hostesses to Circle No. 2 of the WSCS of the Methodist Church on Monday June G at the home of Mrs. McDavitt. The new circle chairman, Mrs. Ross Moore presided, and Mrs. Routon voiced a special prayer. Mrs. F. C. Crow presented the pledge service. The various committees were named for me new year. Twenty members were present, and after a refreshing ice course, a period of fellowship was enjoyed. Color} ul mixed spring flowers vore used to decorate the recep- Fuller Family Reunion The third annual Fuller family reunion was held Sunday, June 5, on the church grounds of Bodcaw No. 1. Sixty-eight people, re? Personal Mention Friends of Mrs. Mildred Dickinson will be glad to know she is home from St. Michael's Hospital in Texarkana where she underwent surgery. i» ' "THE BIGGEST LITTLE STORE IN TOWN" COOL ^^^ T!^ ^^^ ?^^ .TTmodern summer shoes for cool summer smartness. .7^ new styles and old favorites.. shoes with sleek good looks,, perfect fit and comfortl W WS8& *. I -if- ™ if D t I J A « f M f N In years-ahead looks (with styling inspired by the Thunderbird) Only Ford brings you the years-ahead beauty of Thunderbird styling. The lower roof line, longer body line and flatter rear deck all say "fine car." And inside, the Luxury Lounge interiors feature colors and fabrics appearing for the first time in any car. In smoother going (with Angle-Poised Ball-Joint Suspension) No matter where you go, this advanced form of Ford's Ball-Joint Front Suspension smooths your way. The springs have been tilted to smooth out the bumps from the front as well as the up-and-down bumps. In modern power assists (with new Speed-Trigger Fordomatic and new SelectAire Conditioner) You can have your Ford as automatic as you want. .. at a price you want to pay. Power can 'help you shift, steer, stop ... move windows and seat both up and down . , . even condition the air you breathe. in choice of models (with 16 models including 5 different Station Wagons} No other car offers you so many models to choose from. And in station wagon choice—whether you prefer 2 doors or 4 ... seats for 6 or 8—Ford has a best-seller double-duty beauty to suit your needs. and in resale value (with a higher return on your investment) The final proof of Ford's extra wortlj is-iaJts, resale",', value. Ford has traditionally, returned a higher portion of its original cost at resale than any other cariri its field. Why not get the whole story at your Ford Dealer's. You'll never want to settle for less than Ford. 49 PAIRS MIEN'S SHOES Men's brown mesh trim shoes in sizes 7 to 11. Widths B to D. Values to $12.95 7 .00 • Displayed on Tables • Ford thengiy best seller. . , sells more because it's worth more! 18 PAIRS BOYS 7 SHOES Boys brown mesh trim oxfords. Sizes 3 to 6. Values to $6.95 3 .00 Hospital Notes Julia Chester Admitted Mrs. Vernon Flowers, Hope, Miss Betty Allwhite, Emmet Mrs. Nath Thomas, Rt. 1, Hope, Mrs. A. L. McKissick, Emmet Mrs. Berry Wrights Rt. 3, Hope, Mrs. J. T. Rogers, McCaskill. Discharged: Annice McKamie, Fulton, Mrs. Van Wiggins, Hope Mr. Earl Lee Archer, Jr., Hope ' Branch ' Admitted: Judy Easterling, Hope Ona Easterling, Hope, Ken McMa- nen, Hope, Betty Jean Scroggins, Hope, Mr, Walter Jones, Hope, Mi- Harvey Foster, Hope, Mrs. Viola * TODAY * AT: 2:00 - 3:49 - 5:38 - 7:27 - 9:16 Behind Every Killer Is a Woman! HOPE AUTO CO. 7-2*41 YOUR FORD DIALIR FOR OVER JO YIARI MQff* MA«toHtzi^^&^.£*^t A$ Advertised in • ^^f ^^m^^ ^'BBI^ ^^P ^^^^^p ^w TF ^^8!^^ f< FAMILY SHOE STORE 1131. JiIJ, CtHr&rStr 1 " 9 pC?%7W LANGTON Barbara PAYTON AUIEO *»mii PHODUCIIOH LOOK - EXTRA- LOOK 1. Mr. McGoo Color Cartoon 2. "A Tourist's View of Europe" 3. An Acrobat's Nerves WED.-THURS. All the Suspense Your Systen Con Take! 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