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?ffil' MOPt STAft, HOPE, ARKANSAS Monday, June 17,1955 " Monday, June 27, 1955 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS* ilifigt In State Court UN The Ar Ki|t Supreme Court today "1 t |town these decisions: _. „ J. Robertson vs. Turner Hgj^ttrreolri Circuit Court, re- firagg vs. J. B. Lambert, dhaneer? Court, affirmed. Clernetite, fiesha Chancery attirrhed. ' L. Collie vs. Charles R. ftehtth, Mississippi Chancery affirmed in part and re- Iri psrt,* Hedrick fend others, Vs. County <fuc(ge C. W, Hickman, Bradley Circuit Court, affirmed. AFL Electrical Workers No. 295 VS. fifo&dmobr Builders, Inc. Pulaski Chancery Court, affirmed NOT EDIBLE MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., rup> — Raymond Bowers, 22, told police be was having a perfectly gooc iime matching pennies with ; stranger in a tavern until an argu ment started. Then, Bowers said, the stranger produced a 50-cent piece, Saying 'if you're so hard up, I'll make you eat this," and forced Bowers o swallow it. ,, Bargains! Bargains! Bargains! MANUFACTURER'S CLOSEPUT! MEN'S TROPICAL SLACKS to Sell for Much Rne Fabrics! All Sizes! Free Alterations! Hurry! 4.98 HUGE SELECTION! WOMEN'S BRENTWOOD DRESSES • ' Brand New Styles! • Amazing Prices! • Junior Sizes! Misses! • Half Sizes! Supers! 2.79 -.«•- ... BIG SELECTION! BETTER FABRICS Percales! Shears! Novelties! Broadcloths! . Every Yard Perfect! YJ. BEST SELECTION EVER REMNANTS '/2 PRICE Fjpest Fabrics'- 'Real Savings!, Nu'rry! Terrific Reductions! BARGAIN TABLE Every Item Drastically Reduced! Hoi>ry r F^Chofc>! ; : Dpor,?.Open 9 A. M! Men's Summer Shoes $7 Boys' Summer Shoes . . $3 Men's Broadcloth Shorts :50c 6 All Wool Blankets ... $10 Cotton Slips .. . .-. .1.00 8 Oz. Cotton Sacking 35c yd. MARKETS By Sutton Livestock Commission HOGS $19.25, Sows $13 to $15 LIVESTOCK: Heavy fat cows $9 to $11.50; Canner and Cutters 1 heavy white 75-75 >/ 4 ; No. 1 white 73-74>/4; sample gvade medium heavy white 70. meal: 53.00. $6.3|0 to $9; Heavy Killing CalvesL Soybeannnoil: 12l /8-'/4; soybeah $16 to $21; Bulls $11 to $13.50; Stocker, steers $12 to $18 and Stocker heifers $10 to $15. Tribunal Cuts Case Fee for Attorneys LITTLE ROCK Wl - The Arkan- „ . sas Supreme Court today reduced ion help. Little Rock Bus Strike in 6th Day LITTLE ROCK W) — The bus strike here entered its sixth day today with a few more buses scheduled to take to the streets in the Capitol Transit Co.'s effort to resume full operation with nonun- SfV LOUIS LIVESTOCK NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. W — Hogs 10,000; steady to higher; buflk 180-220 lb choice No. Is, 2s and' 3s mostly 20.00-50; about ISO head choice No. Is and 2s argely choice Is, around 200-215 lb 20.79- '220-240 lb 19.50-20.25; ew 240-260 lb 18.75-19.50; 2GO-310 b 17.30-19.06-150-170 lb 18.5-19.75; ew 120-lkO lb 16.50-8.00; sow: 00 lb do*wn 5.50-17.00; few 17.25; heavier s»ws 12.50-15.00; boars 1.50-13.00. Cattle 7,'700; calves 1,000; good leers' at Ifl.50-22.00 about steady; hpice 758 lb heifers 22.25; cows utility and commercial 11.00-13.50; canr.ers and cutters 8.00-11.00; bulls utility and commercial 13.5035.00,' heavy fat bulls 11.00-12.00; canners and! cutters 10.00-12.00; high choice and a few prime veal crs 22.00-24.00; good and choice good 8.0013.00. Sheep 2,500; about steady but not fully established; small lots choice and prime spring lambs'to butchers 21.00-22.00. Barley nominal: malting choice, fe f, il . h! ? d Previously approved! Three bus lines were runnin« 1.35-52; feed 95-1.16. No. 1 barley, cor . the Ark ansas Trust Co., Hot yesterday. Two more were to be t( ? Jury Called to Probe Death of Woman By The Associated Press Berkeley, Calif. Her husband suf-1 fered a brain concussion. A 17-year-old North Little Rock I Negro died after he was shot in the chest. City Detective Jack Morgan said that Otis Jones, a 52- year-old Negro, had been docketed on a manslaughter charge and released under $1.000 bond. ™ The victim, Dennis Lee Martin, SOCIETY Phone 7-3431 Between I A. M. and 4 P. M, Calendar 1.02; No. 2 1.01 (sales). j38.00-22.00; commercial and i 14.00-18.00; cull and utility POULTRY AND PRODUCE LITTLE ROCK MB— Northwest area: Market barely steady; Demand fair to gqiod. Broilers and fryers 25-264 Mostly 26. Batesvllle-Floral area: Market steady; Demand fair to good. Broilers and fryers 26 ients. (All priies F. O. B. farm). CHICAGO W) — Live poultry steady; receipts in (•Friday 153 coops, coops 1,080 44,621 lb); f.o.b. .paying prices 1 lower to higher; heavs hens 24-28; light hens 17.5-19; broilers or fryers 2931;-old roosters 12-12.5; caponettes 34-36. Butter steady: receipts 1,650, 503; wholesale- buying prices un changed; 93 score AA 56.75; 92 A 56.75; 90 B 54,5: 89 C 52.5; cars 90 B 55; 89 C 53.5. Eggs weak; receipts 18,675; wholesale- buying 'prices >/fe to lowerj ; U.S. large whites 60-69.9 per cent A's 37; mixed 37; me diums 35; U.S. standards 33; dirties 31.5; checks 31; current receipts 32. News Briefs GELSENKIRCHEN, Germany. (UP) — Fourteen miners were trapped and killed half-a-mile underground when an explosion shattered a tunnel in the North Star coal mine here. Company officials believed the accident was caused by the premature detonation of dynamite ay con- -prings, for services to the estate restored "today '" ""'" '" ""jsider the mysterious deaths of a of the late D. G. Saad, Hot Springs Although night schedules have' 43 ' ycar ' old Nc S ro woman and her department store owner. [not been resumed, the company's two children whose charred bodies payment . no een resume, e company's oes y 9 the court approved 'attorney, Eugene R. Warren, said were found in thcir blll ' ned farm of $5,000 to the trust com-I s11 of the ^ lines in Little Rock home ' pany as executor of Saad's estate and payment of $8,500 to the Hot Springs law firm of Wootton, Land and Matthews as attorneys. Today the court cut the trust company fee to $2,739, but left the attorneys' fee undisturbed. and North Little Rock should be in operation by the end of the week. The strike began last Wednesday when 178 AFL bus drivers and mechanics walked off their jobs. The union is seeking a 14-ccnt an hour increase to pay scales of Jiiaiuii; uciuilclliuil UI Uynamite t.' .4 .. *--• .«« ai.i.^j charges used for blasting loosf u- uea1 ! hj J" stifi ed the $5,000 fee. coal. which had been allowed by Chancellor Sam W. Garralt. In today's supplemental opinion, the court said actual store operations were carried on by others than the executor and that the executor apparently had perform- saS t,rr al opi ? ion - the —' • s "-»'"° *'•«<«*" ™ •K.s sam that the executor's operation •-•-•- • - * of Saad's store for a period after KAURACHI, Pakistan, (UP) — Prime Minister Mohammed All of Pakistan denied last night that ho is seeking a meeting with Soviet Premier Nikolai A. Bulganln as reported by Moscow radio. A radio Moscow broadcast earlier said All had sent Bulganin a telegram requesting the meeting. TOKYO, (UP) — The United States has no intention of "stockpiling" atomic .bombs in Japan without consulting the Japanese government. Foreign Minister Mamoru Shigemitsu said today. ed no unusual services. r The reduced fee was based on a percentage of the money involved in the. operation. The Supreme Court ..sent back a dispute, between a property owner pnd her former tenant to St Francis Circuit Court for • a nev trial. ..•' . . Mrs. Eugenia' B. Ferrill suet E. M. Collins for $10,212 for al leged damages to her building a to $1.01 for mechanics. Shigemitsu told a parliamentary Wynne while Collins had the'struc committee he received such assurances from U.S. Ambassador John A. Allison on May 31. NEW YORK STOCKS NEW YORK UB—The Stoik Market drifted soietly, lower today after' an irregolar opening. .Trading was on the light . side into early^ afternoon. ,-Brokers ooked on the decline as a nqtoral development following the market's rise ' to record high levels ,ast week. Nearly all sections of the mar- tet retreated, but here and there unusual gains: appeared. NEW YORK COTTON NEW. YORK Cotton futures were steady today on trade and local, covering. Early buying was stimulated by the 'absence of any July transferable- notices today, coupled -with the approval of mar- ceting quotas' by Wheat farmers 'or 1956. -.;.." Late afternoon ' prices were 20 cents to $1 a bale higher than the irevious close. July 34.10, October 34.15 and December 34.20. LONDON, '(UP) — The first con- ingent of a British "canine foreign legion," 18 unwanted dogs, was enroute today to Kenya for combat duty. The dogs will be trained as sen- ries and trackers in the campaign against the Mau Mau terrorists. They sailed yesterday on a'freight- er. CARIO, Egypt, ' (UP)—The U.S. embassy yesterday announced the death by drowning of Mary Ellen Hughes, 21, while '"skindiving" in the Red Sea at Sokhna, 60 mile south of Suez. •-.••..• •'..;•;.^..-•/•Miss Hughes, a secretajpy; of, th embassy, was among a jswimmin party of five Americans.. Her nex of kin as listed as Joseph T Hughes, St. Louis, Mo. LONDON, (UP) —Radlo : Mosco said yesterday that Russia's stat publishing house has justussued volumes of the outstanding Vfo by American author Theodore Dire iser. . _ .Included are stories written be .ween 1936 and 1944 previously no published in the 'Soviet Union, th Droadcast said. GRAIN AND PROVISION Wheat: none. Corn: No. 2 yel- :ow 1.491/2-50; No. 3 1.47-48; No. 4 1.463/4; No. 5 1.42 1 / 2 -44'/n sample grade l;20-46; No, white 1.51. Oats: No. 1 heav mixed 72>/ 4 ; No. 1 mixed 72%; No TOKYO, (UP) — The United Na ;iohs military command, anndun ced today that foreign tourists an visitors may enter the Republic o Korea after June 30 without ;U.N.C approval. ' . Permission had been required o all civilians, except those travelin under military orders,, under U.N.C.-R.O.K. agreement signed ii Sept. 1950. 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A spokesman said four of th six were seized as they wer about to leave Nigata aboard Japanese fishing vessel for Nort Korea. The other two were take into custody in Tokyo. Closing of Stores Awaits Appeal Ruling LITTLE ROCK W) — An appea from an apparent dry victory in a local option 1 liquor election may properly suspend the closing of the affected liquor stores, the Arkan sas Supreme Court said today. The decision was handed down 'n a case from Bradley County which voted for county-wide pro hibition, 2,000 to 1,673 last August, County Judge C. W. Hiokman •efused to order closing of the iquor sotres, pending an appeal by vet forces. That appeal has been received by the Supreme Court bui hasn't been decided. In another appeal Kim Hedrick nnd a group of other drys contsst cd Hickman's refusal unsuccessful- y in the Bradley Circuit Court and hen in the Supreme Court, which •uled today the judge was correct Tne court said that tne 1935 Thome liquor law provided for a delay in closing of liquor stores n event of a wet appeal and, that he provision wasn't changed by nitiated Act. No. 1 of 1842, which wised local option procedures in ome respects. QUEEN IN NORWAY OSLO, Norway, (UP) — Queen Elizabeth II arrived in Oslo h or today for a state visit to Nor- 'ay, bringing British wea.th.er with er. It drizzled, ic. It dizzied. Soggy clouds whisked over Noray by a wind actually blowing rom the British Isles made it 9 welcome for the Iritish »over- when her loyal Yacht Brit- nnia »team«<J up the Jord to the ol cannon sajules. ture under lease. A jury awarded Collins $3,500 on a cross complaint Mrs. Ferrill then appealed. The Supreme Court said that the trial judge should' have instructed the jury for Mrs. Ferrill in one count of Collins' cross complain —the allegation that she had frau dulently led him. to believe that his lease on the building would be re newed. Discussions of-a possible renew al were obviously tentative and speculative and formed no basis for a complaint, the 'Supreme Court said. .-'.-. The court held .against Mrs. Ferrill on all other points, but said a new trial- would be necessary to establish how. muc.h the judgment against her should be reduced after elimination of the improper count. The Supreme Court instructed Mississippi ; Chancery Court, Osceola District^ -to allow claims of 15 former -'tenants of Charles R. Coleman for: the. period between Oct. 27, 1947 and Sept. 27, 1948. The Chancery Court "was upheld in its apportionment of claims — all of them small — to a group of other former tenants in involved litigation, which grew out of settling of accounts between the landlord and renters. Bipartisan SS Plan to Be Discussed By ROWLAND EVANS JR. WASHINGTON I/PI—The Eisenhower administration reportedly has decided to go along with a Democratic-sponsored proposal for r, bipartisan commission to study the controversial federal employe security program. The measure, sponsored by Senators Humphrey (D-Minn) and Stennis (D-Miss), was scheduled for Senate debate today with al] signs pointing to overwhelming passage. As the Senate took up the matter, informed rources reported the administration — after several weeks of apparent indecision —has decided to support the "proposal. Up to now, President Eisenhower and Atty. Gen. Brownell have indicated they felt there was no need for such a study. The • proposed 12-member com- missidn would make recommendations to improve the functioning of the security program. A House committee already has approved a companion meas ur e ;ponsored by Rep. Walter (D-Pa). Sen. Mundt (R-SD), who with- leld his, vote on the proposal when he Government Operations Committee approved it 10-0 last week, said in an interview he now knows of no opposition. "I'm going to support it on the >asis that we can nnever be too cautious or careful in making cer- ain that the federal security machinery is functioning effectively,'' he said. The Supreme Court said the struck a parked automobile and crashed into a tree. He was dead when police arrived, Morgan said. Three other persons died in traffic accidents during the seven days ending last midnight. There were two drownings and a fatal ing train. New techniques in building welded steel swimming pools have reduced costs so much as to start new boom private pool canstruc- tion. The tragic deaths of Mrs. Sally Bryant and her sons, Bobby, 7. and Larry, 5; a traffic death and a shooting incident boosted Arkansas' violent death toil for the week which ended Sunday midnight to 12. The bodies of the Bryants were found Saturday after their house had burned 10 miles! south of Lonoke. Sheriff Earl Jackson continued his investigation last night. He had nothing rtow to report, he said. Coroner Ed Barry said the woman suffered a fractured skull, but a deputy state medical examiner, Dr. Thomas R. Cox, said the bodies were too badly burned o establish whether the three had died before the fire. The sheriff said Mrs. Bryant had checked out $600 from n at England to pay off her 'arm employees. He said a c'ial knob on the safe. in -the house either melted off or was knocked •ff. Near Malvern yesterday, a Cal- fornia woman was killed and her uisbancl seriously injured when .heir automobile crashed into a jridge abutment on Highway 167. The dead woman was identified as Mrs. Ernest N. Sowell, 20, of 311 E. Linwood" Ka"ns'as*CHy'9^ Mo" Monday June 27 Fidelius SS Class of the First Methodist Church will have a picnic supper at Fair Park on June 27th. at 6:30 p. m. A full attendance is urged. The American Legion Auxiliary Will meet with Mrs. Glen Williams shooting. A man was found dead |l in the Purkins Home 601 E. 2nd on a railroad track, apparent!!? ••••'Monday June 27, at 8 p. m. Mrs. killed when he fell from a mov- || Clyde Sexton and Mrs. Ferrel Baker will be associate hostess, with Mrs. Joe Reece in charge of the . program. panied Miss Lanna Spurgeon, who sang, "The Lord's Prayer' "Because." and Much Strategy of Communists Backfired By LYLE C. WILSON WASHINGTON, (UP) —Against 10 postwar years of startling Communist triumphs can be counted Given in marriage by her father, some more important reverses The bride wore a gown of frosty which may explain the smiles and Boyle white, hand-embroidered nylon lace over bridal satin. The snug fitting bodice, designed with a portrait neckline, fashioned down the back with tiny satin buttons. The friendly posture of today's Kremlin bigwigs. Josef Stalin and his successors have lost some of their greatest gambles in Strategic policy. They full-skirted gown extended into a'P ut their blue chips on the line When PILE PAIN «* Won'* Let Up Send for this Free Book The Workers Sunday School Class of Garrctt Memorial Baptist Church will meet Monday, June 27, at 7:30 p. m. in the home of Mrs. Ruth Taylor on N. Hervey St., All members are requested to be pre- if-'nt. 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'"?"$*• %>% 3 n ^¥? and Fire Chief are the only duties of the mayor not requiring council approval. ! would prefer this too have their approval. Select a mayor who believes cooperation and understanding are musts in an efficient organization. B. L. (BERT) RETTIG Candidate for Mayor Pol. Adv. Paid by B. L. Rettig. I e home of Mrs. Ed O'Gran. Notice Due to the remodeling of the Catholic Parish Hall the Duplicate Bridge Club will not meet this week. Moody — Johnson Vows Read In Lawrence, Kansas The marriage of Miss Marjorie Moody, daughter of Mr. and IT'S UNSTUCK DENVER (UP) — Police sent squad car to llth avenue and lower court erred in setting Sept. 27, 1948, instead of Oct. 27, 1947. as the cut-off date back of which claims of the 15 were not valid. The Phillips Chancery Court had authority to; appoint a receiver to farm 80 '.acres, pending settlement of a dispute over the tract between the owner,. J. B: Lambert, and the Quebec street when a passerby re' ported an irate motorist was taking an ax to a traffic signal control box which had stuck on red. The patrolmen found the motorist gone, the signal box dented and the signal working perfectly. Court said. Bragg had appealed tenant, Alex Bragg, the Supreme appointment of the receiver, To Our Customers and Friends We have completely AIR CONDITIONED our store for your comfort while shopping. Meet your friends at our Fountain and cool off with a cool drink-. 102 W. 2nd WARD & SON DRUGGIST Phone 7-2292 Allison Johnson, son of Mrs. F. R. Johnson of Hope, Ark., took place •Sunday, June 12. at Danforth Chapel. Rev. Dale Turner read the double ring ceremony before an altar decorated with baskets of white gladiolus stock and Majestic daisies. Candelabra holding white ta pers completed the decoration. s The pews were marked with white ijlitin ribbon bows. Miss .Donna Barber of Topeka had charge of the guest book as the guests assembled. Miss Sandra Harding played a prelude of nuptial organ music and accom wide fan-shaped train. Long tapered sleeves were complemented with tiny satin buttons to points over the hands. Her veil of illusion fell from a tiny cap fashioned of satin and lace, embroidered with seed pearls. She carried a bouquet of red sweetheart roses. The maid of honor, Mrs. Carolyn Hefner, wore a ballerina-length gown of pink nylon tulle over nylon net and taffeta. The snug bodice was topped with rows' of tiny tulle riffling. She wore a matching headdress and carried red sweetheart roses. The bridesmaid was Mrs. Vera Jean Kelly, sister of the bride, who wore a ballerina-length gown of blue net, paneled with lace, over taffeta. She also had a matching headdress and carried a bouquet of red sweetheart roses. The little flower girl, Shelia Diane Kelly, niece of the bride, was dressed in a ballerina-length after World War II that: 1. The United States would suffer a shattering depression. 2. The United States and the United Nations lacked the will to meet aggression with bullets, as in Korea 3. And, biggest of all, that the United States would spend itself into bankruptcy. Kremlin foreign policy was based on those three assumplons. The Communists lost bet No. 1 without qualification. The current jhigh level of American business, individual earnings, and national production may not be sustained. But fe\^ are predicting now that serious depression is just around the corner or around the block. Stalin did better than he deserved on bet No. 2. The evidence is well in, now. It seems to show that the United Nations could have won a clean victory in Korea if tne American and other forces there had been permitted to throw thcir red roses. She carried a basket of red rose petals. Duane Hefner acted as best man. The groomsmen was George and Merilyn gown of embroidered yellow nylon | Sunday punch. Even so the idea over taffetia and had a nosegay of!that the United States and the U.N. ' "' lacked the will to fight was proven to be a phony. It might be said that bet No. 3 has not yet been decided. But a ushers were j definite trend is in plain view. All- out war inescapably leads to inflation which is the cheapening of money in relation to goods. The United States got a good dose of that after World War II. President Truman was a spender. In his first live years and four months in the White House. Mr. Truman administered the spending' of about a quarter of a trillion dollars. The sum was $226,847,000,000. That was more spending than anyone had done before him. It made FDR's spending record look small. It was such spending that caused 'Robson and the Duane Lee Braden Dwight Worden. The mother of the bride wore, a navy blue nylon lace dress, with matching accessories and a corsage of red tea roses, The brides- groom's mother wore a wedgewood blue tulle dress, paneled with lace, over blue silk taffeta, with matching accessories. Her corsage was composed of deep pink tea roses. A reception was held in the bride's horae following the ceremony. The'bride's table was covered with a linen and lace cloth and centered with a three-tiered j Sen - Harry S. Byrd (D-Va.) and Make this a great day in your life...Come take CHRYSLER'S, 100 MILLION DOLLAR RIDE! LATEST IN DESIGNING l.OQ 1.25 1.00 Plain Shampoo and Set .... Cream Shampoo and Set .... Veration Hair Cut Permanents . 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IV fAH Wt WWf MM IUIHWI, • COLOR CARTOON t LATEST NEWS others to warn that the United States was spending itself into bankruptcy because a large part of that spending was on the cuff— with borrowed money. Nobody knows how high a nation's public debt must go to obtain bankruptcy. But bankruptcy of currency comes when the citizen suddenlyl lose confidence in thei money. They rush, then, to ex change it for almost anything prices zoom. The value of the dol lar slumps. Five cent cigars cosi $20, $50 or $100. That's real inflation. It could happen here, but ii hasn't. On the contrary, the United States dollar is being stabilized. Tha o f'Labor Department reported yester- Frances Barrentine and Dale'Ward' da y tnat tlle cost o£ livin S llad no1 was performed Wednesday even-! varied more than one-tenth of one ing June 22, in the home of Elder P er cent in the past six months. It wedding cake, which was topped with a miniature bride and groom and with arrangements of pink gladiolus, snapdragons and Majestic daisies. Mrs. Mary Ellen McKee, Dorothy Kay McKee and Mrs. F. R. Johnson assisted at the table. For traveling the bride chose n blue linen suit, with white accessories and a corsage of red tea- roses. After a honeymoon in Colorado, the couple will be at home at 215 N. Louisiana St., Hope, Ark. Continued from Page One room, and saw four gangling people—a father, mother and two children—silting wide-eyed and silent on a sofa. The two mice ran from them with quaking hearts and hid under a chair. "Are they human?" asked Harriet. "They don't move." "They can't be human, replied Oswald, "because there are four of them—and not one is plaining.' Actually, the four family figures were clothing store dummies. They and the mice had been put there for a purpose, but neither dummies nor mice knew why. "Oh, Harriet." signed her bell- toned lover, "let us dance like ponies again." Her small warm paw crept back again into his paw. But just as they were ready to dance again together there was a sudden dull boom outside. The windows splintered around them, the ceiling caved in. Beams crashed down. Falling plaster raised a dust. . Harriet and Oswald scurried outside. A tremendous mushroom grew in the sky above them. Swiftly behind the clearing atomic cloud moved in two circling hawks. Terrified in a falling world. Harriet left the broken shelter of the comfortable house and ran outside. Oswald ran after her. One hawk peeled off-, and dived cs he engulfed her she cried weakly "Oswald! Oswald." And then the second hawk hit Oswald and DOPOTHY DIX Reconsider Before Marriage Dear Miss Dix: I am planning to married soon to Jimmy, who is your own age group? There you 28. 1 am 17 and, though I realizo there's quite a difference in 'our es, we are so much In love that it doesn't matter. If I didn't love Jimmy, I certainly would never put up with a lot of things. He has his good points but he^also has bad ones. For one thing he's very undependable. If we have a date I never know whether he's going to show up or not. His excuses are flimsy — car trouble too tired, he forgot or overslept. This is getting to be an old story. Though I enjoy sports of all kinds, the only place we every go is to a movie. Otherwise, I entertain him at home. He's very undemonstrative, rarely telling me he loves me. I, on a the other hand, need love badly. I had a childhood without it and don't want my marriage to be the same. Do you see any future for will more likely find a courteous, considerate boy with sirrtilar tastes in sports, offering a much richer future. Jimmy's lies promise cold comfort. Dear Miss Dix: I am afraid the feeling I have for my husband is not love?, but a sense of security If I am right about this It woulc hurt him very much. Should 1 tel him? ANNAF us? BELLA Y. the last sound she heard was him calling "Harriet- My Harriet." Then the tinkling ceased. Above them the mushroom cloud sprawled higher in lazy power, As it blew away the human engineers moved in to see what had happened to the test house. They had geiger counters to test the shattered dummies in the home, but none that could' plumb the sky for the fate of Oswald and Harriet. Moral: Beware of hawks. SHE'S RIGHT CHICAGO, (UP) — Cook County Commissioner Smith, celebrating Clayton 55 years Frances Barrentine and Dale Ward Marriasa Announced The double ring ceremony Howard White. The bride was beautifully attired in a street length dress of white looks like the Russians are losing bet No. 3. Even a gradual rise in prices — meaning a gradual chep- embroidered nylon with white ac-! ening o£ the dollar—would not win cessories. Her corsage was of blue for the Russians. They are batting carnations. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Faught, sister and brother-in-law of the groom and Donald Hamm were the only attendants. After a short wedding trip, the couple will be at home at 600 North Vine st. in Magnolia where Mr. Ward is employed. Coming and Going Mrs. Frank Hutchins has as her uest, Mrs. Mattie Lauterback of lot Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Yocum of Marshall, Texas are visiting rela ;ives in Hope this week. Thomas Smith left this mornin o spend the summer vacation i: DRIVE-IN THEATRE Hwy 29 South • Open 6:30 ENDS TONIGHT 7:30 - 10:00 TANfiANYIW Cartoon & Comedy Starrs Tuesday The inside Prison Story Ida Lupino - Howard Duff Womens Prison PLUS ROBERT FRANCIS DIAN FOSTER Bamboo Prison Come Out Early FREE KIDDIELAND * • Kiddie Swing Ride • Monkey Village • Play Ground that the United States after World War II would experience the agony of Germany after World War II when one dollar would buy 500,000 cr more marks instead of five as before the war. These three bets were basic for the Soviet Union. If they had won there would have been no NATO. West Germany would not be an independent najtion shortly to b e armed. There would have been no marshall plan and all of western Europe probably would be Red by now. Hardest of all for the Kremlin to lose was No. 3. It has been Communist gspel that so-called Democracies could not survive. Botli Lenin and Stalin Democracy— or a wrote that a representative Republic such as the United States — must in the natural order of events spend itself to death. The Red Gospel was wrong. VFW Names New State Leader LITTLE ROCK (/Pi The Vet erans of Foreign Wars' Arkansas Department ended its annual con vention here yesterday after elect ing Keith Wentz of Springdale commander. Wentz defeated James Jordan ol Monticello. Jordan was electee senior vice commander, the job Wentz held last year. Wentz succeeds James Merrill of McGehee Perry Long of El Dorado was elected junior vice commander. marriage today, revealed his secret of happy wedlock. "We never have arguments," Smith said. "We have debates on controversial issues—and 95 per cent of the time she's been right." OUT OF ORDER FORT DIX, N.J., (UP) — The 69th Infantry Division's public information office said the division's new mascot, a Mexican burro, not only went AWOL twice in one day after his "induction" last week, but after the second unauthorized absence was found chewing up the shrubbery around the post commander's house. Answer: You build up quite a case against marriage with Jimmy, then end your letter with the familiar wail, "I can't give him up!" What then, will you do? Marry him? Well, here's the picture. Future Looks Dark Granting that you may get Jimmy to the altar, which I doubt, you face a future of lonely, anxious nl- ghis waiting for him to come home with such excuses as: car trouble, ran into a friend, kept at the office, stopped off at mother's. Your weekly date at the movies will be replaced by just another evening at home. As for Jimmy's lack of affection — well, a man who doesn't show affection for his fiancee certainly won't be demonstrative towards his wife. If you want to make up for a loveless childhood, Jimmy's not your man. Looked at from.this angle, I doubt if he seems as enchanting as our rose-hued glasses showed. Why not date nice young.man. In Answer: I see no point in making him unhappy. You aren't at all sure of the feeling, so why bring it u Love isn't always tht anguish o: popular songs; it can just as well be a com/ortable feeling ol secur- ily. Maybe you love your man without realizing it. Dear Miss Dix: I plan a little birthday party for my 2-year-old son in a fw weeks. As the children invited are about the same age, they will be brought toy their parents. Will the parents expect to be served ice cream and cake? I'm afraid I won't have enough to go around. , A. S. Answer: I doubt if children so young will enjoy a party but the mothers, I am sure, would like dish of ice cream in this hot weather. In fact, the party will be more for the mothers than the youngsters. • POOL 'ATTACKED' MOENCHEN-GLADBACH, Germany, (UP)—Aircraft taking part in air atomic war games here "attacked" the swimming pool at 2nd A.T.A.F. headquarters today, a straight-faced communique said. "Four enemy aircraft attacked the main headquarters at Moen- chen-Gladbach," 'the communique said, "the attack was poorly carried, out but' succeeded in flattening a number 'of people in the Negro Visiting Continued from Page On* of timber that make good and poor ^quality Handles. Modeling of cotton material by Joyce McClintoh, .Mftid of Cotton was very interesting to the visitors, according to Cecil Bittle, Assistant Director of the Station. The international Paper Company of Arkansas set up a rather outstanding display on timber stand improvement. James Mason of the Arkansas Farm Bureau Federation gave some good pointers on safety. On the afternoon program, Odell Jones, a 4-H club member of Stephens School, Ouachita County, now a student of Theology at Arkansas Baptist College, Little Rock presided. M. J. Richardson, President Cross County 4-H Council, also a member of the Wynne NFA Chapter rendered a special musical solo. He was accompanied by Miss Joyce Reynolds, Little Rock. Special talent numbers were rendered by representatives of NFA, and NHA Chapters and 4-H club members. In his talk to the visitors W. M. j Pierce, Fteldtnaft. J?« _________ Arkansas Fartti tturtttfe fKMUM outstanding contributkW td " " cess of the day, • t>' t>r. John W. •Director, Arkansas Stations made otaeWttfBtt* »* tt meeting an'd IntH&i Whaley, Assistant to ; tM of the University oi A»it*tt»lff, made the principal ad<Tr*i*/ The success of <h« fcfiVi the day was contributed «* efforts of the Vocational. A| ' al Departments, Hom*:Ke Education, Agricultural E Service, the Public SclMMil in cooperation wlth-th* Experimental Station!. ' FINAL RltEJt,MEl.D CAMDEN Ml v,ere held here Brumbel&w,, a, JSifMefi, t who served in thfe<AMMniftf -Lt| lature from 1944' to 1647. tit Saturday at the agrdf«5. *» HAZEL'S lEAUTY SHdP AIR CONDI for your co 104 $. Elm Hazel Virginia. rt We want to publicly thank everyone WrJoT, had a port in our Flag Memorial Dediqatiorf 1 Service Sunday. We do appreciate , the splendid cooperation of the fine citizens of Southwest Arkansas, and .covet your continued interest in our endeavor to develop these sacred gardens. ." • •' Memory Gardens ;" Mr. and Mrs. Terr'ejll Cornelius Los Angeles and San Francisco, California with his sister, Mrs. Bil ly William?. Hospital Notes Julia Chester Admitted: Mrs. T. W. Huckabee, Hope, Ark., Mrs. Nelson Purtle, iope, Mrs. Ida Vickers, Emmet, Mr. B. J. Brown, Fulton, Mr. Chas.'W. Key, Hope, Joe Crocket, iope. Discharged: Mr. M. .P. Nickols, lope, Mr .J. O. Phillips, Hope. Mr. and Mrs. Dorsey Ray Hollis, fope, Ark., announce the arrival 3f a baby girl, June 23, 1955. Ernestine and James Robinson, iope, announce the arrival of a baby girl 6-23-55 10:09 a. m. Branch Admitted: Mrs. Leo Ray, Hope, Arkansas, Mr. Bob Rowland, Mc- -askill, Ark., Classic Laudermilk, Hope, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Classic Laudemilk nnounce the arrival of a baby girl n June 23, 1055. > ( an i fill You Save Up to 30%. This Week Only VALUABLE COUPON THRILLING, NEW GO-TOGETHER COLORS AT NO EXTRA COST See them here I * Star White * Dawn Yellow * Meridian Blue * Sunset Copper See them on actual all-steel Youngstown Kitchens units. Go-Together Colors make kitchen-planning fool-" proof. And there's no extra cost for color! IT'S WORTH CLIP THIS COUPON $5.00 Bring it to our Store . . . We are going to honor this coupon the next five days. It will be worth $5.00 on the purchase of any regularly priced item.in our store with a retail value of $16.98 or more. Our stocks are adequate to make this coupon worth your while to shop from June •28th through July 2nd. SEE THEM HERE! Hope Builders Supply Co, 300 W.3rd Phone 7-2381 This ad is being run in lew of the $5.00 checks we send out annually to you good customers, So be sure and clip this coupon and shop this week. Vi

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