PAGE EIGHT, JBLYTJJKV1LLE (AUK.) COimiKK SA'J'UKUAY, APRIL 12, 1952 HAL tOYLE'S COLUMN Modern Man Sinks to Low Ebb in Prestige; Females Don Feathers for Easter NEW YORK Ml—It Is no secret .toat Ihe prestige of tho male in America has been on the toboggan for some time. But modern masculinity sinks to new depths of obscurity during the Xaster parade. What pnrl, does a man play today in this immia] outdoor fashion Bfeow? He is about ns anonymous BS a Eardino In the sea. Who caves what be wears? Nobody. II he showed up clad only In his birthday suit, who Commodity And Stock Markets— Soybeans Arkansas News Briefs — 9 Persons Die Of Violence in Past 5 Days By The Associated Press Nine persons have died violently in Arkansas since last Monday. Latest reported deiUh was thtil of Floyd Bishop, 83-year-old Negro, who perished in n, house fire near Marked Tree Friday., Underwriters Nome Nix LITTLE ROCK—C. Everett Ni>: of Little Hock hns been elected president of the Arkansas Association of Ufc Underwriters. OLh- er new officers include Earl Williams of Fayctteville and M, S- Tomerlin of Jonesboro. vice presidents. Man Convicted of Rape LITTLE ROCK—A Little Rock man was convicted of rape last night and sentenced to life imprisonment. • Shortly afterward officers said he apparently attempted eulctde. The defendant was Sigmund Pemberton, 31. His punishment was fixed by a Pulaski Circuit Court Jury after a day-long trial. would notice him? Nobody. All eyes are on the Indies, who have turned the Easter parade into a march- Ing demonstration of womanhood triumphant. This is iho hour of feminine power, and every woman knows H. She puts on her prettiest feathers md Mruts the streets in peacock pride. What Is that drab thing that mope- 1 ? along by her .side? Well, it used to be r -nan. Man No linger M:in nut a man is no longer a man m the E&.ster parade. He Is a strolling slave to his queen, a dun luckey, a kind of wnlkiny watch- fob, If he dressed properly for the spirit of the occasion, he would wpnr EI rinpr through his nose, It wasn't that way of yore. Your cavalier of yesteryear was a match for nmma in every wny during the Easter parade. If she wore silk, he matched her In satin, lie wore a bunch of Ince at his throat and a briynl sword dangled from Ills .side. Bui since then men, to the growing dismay of custom Inllors, have become steadily less Important In the world of Enster fashions. rnpa Js a Non-KnLlty Yes, pupa is a complete nonentity at Enstertute. The family budget can only afford finery for one — ami Ibat one Is mtimn. She htis won the victory of equal rights. , How long Is this going to go on? In some male brcasls the seed of rebellion has already been sown. "I am tired of being an overlooked .scarecrow," papa will tell mama, "You go walk by yourself, I'm going to pull down the window shades, take off my shoes and stay homo and look at television." ff men just bad Hie courage to do that once, women would out a way tn re-en,uip tho man of the house with a few fine feathers and let him slmre the parade spotlight again. For if there Is anything a wornun hates, it Is to get nil dressed up for Easier — and have to go out alone. May July Sep. High . 292 .'289 H Low 29 Hi 288 \ 281'j 11:15 29 Hi N-w York Stock! A T and T Amcr Tobacco .. Amiconcln Copper Beth Slecl Chrysler Ocn Electric Gen Motors Montgomery Wnrd New York Central Inl Harvester Republic Steel . nadlo . 15:t 3-4 583-8 15a-4 40 1-2 74*1-8 . yi 61 1-8 (j:i 1-8 20 3:j 5-8 -103-1 2.7 3-4 A BOY AT CALVARY By Jay Heavilin and Walt Scott I posted, the dwt mrtfi ihook. Now, thougKl Sokron, if J«sul is rhe M«. jioh He will escape Initeod, o last trembling jigfc escaped Jesui 01 He cried, "Fathet, unto Thy hands t commend My spirit." Inexplicable Joneline« overwhelmed Sakron. Grief glistening in his e,«, he trudged back to Mocodo Though his mother greeted him with kisses, there re named «tHuo him an aching emptiness. Then, a« tfwltufd day, wwd »»n9«(i across the land—Jesus hod nseu. when Sakron heard it in Macado, his loneliness wos suddenly Wted and somehow he knew he would not feel it ogain. ll was a day of exultation. Socony Vacinnn ......... 39 Stlldebakcr .Standard or NJ Tcxns Corp Scars U s Steel Sou Piic ...... 37 7-B 18 1-4 5!) 1-8 f,2 7-8 38 :l-4 7-1 5 8 Osceola News By BETTYE NEI.I. ST.AHU Steel Agreement Still Blocked Compulsory Union Membership Called Main Obstacle Now B.V NORMAN \VAJ,KI:R WASHINGTON — The com- Miss Masscy to Washington Miss Ruth Mnsscy, Rciceitl of (he William Strong Chnplur or (lie Daughters of the American Revolution, left Thursday for Washington, D. C., where Klin will attend the 61st Continental Congress of the DAR. Miss Mnsscy Is on (hi- Building Completion Fund Committee. .Other delegates from tills area fjolng are Mrs. D. M. nines. Mem- pills and Proctor, Ark., Mrs. John Altlersoll, Forrest City; Mrs. Fred Moore, Dyersburg. .sister of Miss Nfas.sey; antt Mrs. E. C. Uathln Wcsl Memphis. puLsory union membership issue if was reported today to be the main | stumbling block of both an agrce- nent between the Kcl/.ed .steel .IiLstry and the government, and jetwecn the government and CIO Prsident Philip Murray. Steel companies themselves op uarently could not agree on the Tho delegates attend E:is- Fund Transferred for Cars LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas Comptroller Lee Roy Rea-sley has authorized the State Police Department to transfer $21,170 from Its salary fund to its equipment account for the purchase of new patrol cnra. Aluminum Meet Planned WASHINGTON — A r k a n -s as Senators McCIelUm and Fulbright win meet with government officials Monday In an attempt to Iron out differences concerning construction of a new aluminum plant nenr ArkadRlphla, Ark, 4th GOP Delegate Chosen BATESVU/LE — Arkansas Republicans have nomtti the fourth uninstructed delegate to the national GOP convention. He Is Elmer C- "Webb, Mt. View drugstore operator, chcsen at the 2nd District Republican convention here last night. Webb, considered pro - Eisenhower, would not express a preference after his election. Bolivian Rebels Claim Success Siles to Return From His Exile Ry ALFONSO TELLERIA LA PAZ, Bolivia WV-Bolivlan rebels claimed today their revolt to overthrow Army officers, who hnd seized power 11 months ago, wns a .success and that Bolivia's most popular politician soon will return from exile to bond a new government; Hernan Slles, civilian lender of the rebels now controlling the capital and most of Iho country, told a crowd In downtown I-n Pnr. he will hold power until exiled Victor Paz. Kstcnssoro. lender of the National Revolutionary party (MNR) can return and form n cabinet. He is expected, by Monday. tor services hi the chapel at Valley Forge and will derilcnie the new memorial room to the Boll Tower. On April 16, a brcnkfnst will honor the Arknnsas members, A p to Baltimore Is also inclutl- COURT (Continued from Page 1) record nn<( had made restitution. Johnny Edwards. Negro, burglary and grand larceny, five years on plea of guilty. Edwards has a previous record, the prosecuting attorney said. A charge of assault with intent to rob was nolle pressed. James O'Bannon, bur»tary and grand larcrny, eight years on plea of guilty with seven years suspend- Singer Jane Froman at Bed Of Hero 'Sea-Crash 1 Husband DEATH ed. SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico <&) — Sin Juan police refused today to let Singer Jnne Fromnn see her pilot husband, Capt. John C. !'• i'!i. one of 17 persons who survived the sea crash of a Pan American Airways plane crash in which 52 persons are believed to have perished. NEW YORK \& — Singer Jane From an was at the hospital bed- Eudean Furrls, burglary and s^iir^n^^TtS? sr "<* «""»< •—<• *<**• -»«» tone was .suspnded. Farris has a the to Negro Deaths Job Hunt Leads to Prison PINE BIAJFF—A man who applied for work at the Pine Bluff arsenal is In prison today. . His fingerprints were identified us those ol a prisoner who escaped from Tucker prison farm almost 23 years ago. Supt-. Lee Henslee said Leonard Burch was given a 5-year sentence m burglary nnci grand larceny charge. 1 ; in Miller County on Dec. 2G. 1921. Burch was n. He escaped on Oct, 22. 192-V. Tornado Aid Applications LITTLE ROCK — Applications for $153,531 in fedora I tornado aid money will be submitted Monray to Oov. McMalh by the Tornado Rehabilitation. Ccmmtttce. w.vRN'iN'o ORI>I:K In the Chancery Court, Chirka- Bawbn District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Loui.se Turk, Ptf. vs. No. 12.009 Phillip Turk, nft. The defendant, Phillip Turk, is George Austin Services for George Austin, who died at his home In Armorel Monday, will be conducted tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock In SI. Paul's Baptist Church in West Memphis. Rev. H. Randall, pastor, win officiate t\nti burial will be hi St. Paul Cemetery. Austin leaves his wife, Ophelia Austin, and four sons, five daughters, anil one brother. He wns 58, " I Cast on Funeral Home ts In charge. Major Polden Services for Major Paklen, 75, will be 1 conducted at 2 p.m. tomorrow in Pleasant UidRe Baptist Church with Rev. Ft. U\ry, the pastor, offi- F'olden died Wednesday iu Wall's Hospital. Burin! will be in" Pleasant Ridge Cemetery. He leaves his \vifr. •Jenny PolcJon. ancl one daughter wbo livp.-s in Nrw York. A reception at the White House for the entire delegation will be' given on April 17 and the Arkansas delegation will be entertained at, a luncheon in the* speakers dining room In the Capitol. Climaxing the social net ivi tics will bo n banquet at the Mayflower Hotel. A tic ml Ilitrrlsbiirx Affair Mrs, Ed Shipper;, Mrs. Gondc Bandy, Mrs. Leonard Malone and Mrs. Paul Still well of Oficeola and Mrs. Mildred Howe rt oil of Joiner aUemled the parly In liar- ri.sbm g Monday night honoring Mrs. Lena Burr of Forrest City district department, grand lecturer of Order of Eiisteni Siar, Mrs. Spi'iicb. Williams nf Marked Tree,, a member of the Oscco- In chapter, joined them. lied and white jiladloli- centered the refreshment Inblc where an array of party foods WHS served. Personals Mrs. C. E. Dean. Mrs. Spencer Driver, Mrs. C. E. Sullrnger, Mrs. \V. C. Mason nucl Miss Virginia Florida attended the style show In West Memphis Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Robert Bunslcy and Mrs. Orville Beasley of Tuscumbia. Ala., wore week end visitors of union shop issue. Tills would re- 'tuire all stcelworkors to belong lo Murray's steel workers union. Some firms were reported will- In« to give Murray a modified form of the- union shop, others sill! were holding out against it. The union's executive botvrc bluntly warned last ni«bt that iLs patience was "not inexhaustible" —n plain hint from the union that If industry was loath to make n contract, the government should do so if a strike Is to be avoided. "The lime Is overdue," the union's executive board said in a resolution, "for a settlement based on tho (Wage Slabilu.sxtiau) Board's re cons mend a lions." The WSB's proposals, resisted by stool companies, call for a 17 Vz- ecnt pay boost, the union shop and other benefits estimated by the industry to be worth an extra 8Va* cent hourly per worker. The work cis now liuvu earnings averaging about S2 an hour. President Truman's administration, which seized the steel industry last Tuesday, was reported to he perfectly willing lo give Murray the WSH's "money" proposals but unwilling lo grant the union prvious record, according prosculing attorney. Donald Leo Co*pe)and, forgery, three years on plea of guilty. Sentence \vns suspended on recommendation of the prosecuting attorney, who said Copeland had no previous record. John Wiliiani Carter, burglary and grand larceny, plea of guilty. two years on .shop—n matter frequently Congress. criti- Miguel Moreno, concubinage, one year on plea qf guilty. Sentence was suspended and Moreno was ordered delivered to the Border Patrol for deportation. Albrt J. Carr, NeRro. forgery and uttering, three years on plea of fe \tiity. The prosecuting attorney recommended clemency and Carr's sentence was suspended on condition he make restitution. H. A. Milligan, embezzlement, two years on plea of guilty. Sentence was .suspended on condition he make resU'.uMon. ! f»iven Nine Years Tom Taylor. Jr., Negro, burgulary and grand larceny, nine years on plea of guilty, Seven years of the sentence \va,s suspended. Willie L. Reed. NeRro. burglary si ml grand larceny, eight ycar.s on plea of guilty. Seven years of the sentence was suspended. Andy Pritchett, burglary and grand larceny, seven years on plea of guilty. According to the irosccutmg attorney. Pritcbett has previous record of convictions hat yesterday's plane crash spared he man who saved her in another •ur tragedy nine years ago. Her husband, Capt. John C. Burn, pilot of the Pan American plane which crashed at sea yesterday off San Juan. Puerto Rico. was one of 17 survivors among 69 aboard. The singer met Burn In 1943 when he was co-pilot of a plane which cracked up in Lisbon, Portugal. Himself badly hurt, he kept Miss Froman afloat — telling her how muuh he'd always liked her singing. From that desperate meeting stem mod a romance which culminated iti their marriage, March 12, 10-13. It was a second marriage for Miss Froman. A topflight entertainer at Ihe ne of her wedding to Burn she id, "in a few months I'll throw vay these crutches." And Ghe did. Now she wears a ace on the leg. Last Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. irn went to a Broadway theater see the movie. "With a Song in y Heart." It is a musical based i the singer's life and her ro ance with Burn. Wednesday morning. Burn bid s wife goodbye before leaving leir new Upper East Side Man attan home for a "routine" flight • Puerto E?ico. A layover before the return Ight—and yesterday the crash. When told of the tragedy. Miss ronian wept and said, "it jus 1 oulcin't happen to us." hater, when she learned her hus and was safe, she told newsmen: I don't know loo much about it lit I'm just happy that it's al ight. I'm going to him at once II fly." CRASH the Spencer Drivers. (Continued from Pnge 1) f lying romance is the subject ot a current movie, "With n Song In my Heart." Burn Is in Hospital Instead, Burn again was in n hospital and Miss Froman — weep ing, nervous and shocked — • flew lo an anniversary by his bedside Most of the dead .nnd missing were E*ucrto Hicans. Seven of the 64 passengers and nil five of the crew cume. from the United States — New York. Ponnsylvaniii, Mia nesotu, and Ohio. ' Re£d News Classified Ads Open (5:ttG p.m. — Show Starts ul Dusk 2 Shows 1C very Night I tHt escapes. Johnny T. Buchanan, burglary ind grand larceny, three years on )>lna of, guilty. Two years of the sentence was suspended. Srt Smith, Negro, receiving stolen property, five years on plea of rarity. The sentence was suspended. William Carr, Negro, burglary nnd grand larceny, seven years on plea of guilty. Carr, according to the prosecuting, attorney, has previous rccoi'd. James Cnrr, Negro, ' burglarv and grand larceny, three years on EISENHOWER (Continued from Page I) In the next several weeks—while remains here—he will devote limself entirely to the affairs o his command. I am not going (o discuss an; kind of political questions, so I cai devote my attention to this job. "I must, prevent politics from of fecting this vital job, "There are important things t do which I believe I can do," h said. Hen. Henry Cabot Lodge Jr. fR Mnss>, manager of the Eisenhowe -for-president campaign, was Eisenhower's headquarters for fou days early this month, returning t the United States April -8. The Us held lengthy conferences. As lo his possible successor supreme commander, Eisenhowe asserted, "I have not the slighte. information on that matter." plea of guilty. William Folhouser, alias Jack Miller, grand larceny, one yea on plea of guilty. Prisoners sentenced to (he sta ! penitentiary are to be taken thei today, Sheriff William Berry ma said. FRIENDLY THEATRE; SUNDAY & MONDAY Conl. Showing from 2 p.m. Sunday Adults: 50c Children Under 12: FREE Free Pony Rides, Swings & Slides Cn.stoii charge. Funeral Home Ls \VAUM\C In the CliaiK'rry C sawlia Distrct, Jlssis Arkansas. Flsri Ida M vs. Jean E. Ma urt, Chicka- issipiil County, et. Ptf. No. 12.010 -t. Oft. Saturday Only! Double Feature! The defendant. Jc-an Mnlgrct, Is hereby warned to appear within hereby' warned to appear within j thirty days in tho court nnrntxl in iliirty day.s in the court mimed in the caption hereof finrt answer complaint of the plaintiff, IjO'.n.st Turk. Dated this 21 day of March 1952. Harvey Morris. Clerk By Anita Syke^, 1J C. ' C. F. Cooper, ally, for p'.f. Ed B. Cook, atty. sd IPCIU 3-22-^9 4-5-12 il;e caption hereof and answer Hie complaint of the plaintiff. Els ft M:i Mnigvct. Dated this 21 day of March. 1D52. Harvey Morris, Cleric By Anil:* Sykes, D. C. C. F. Cooper, atty. for ptf. Ed B. Cook ally. Bd lltrm. 3-22-29 4-5-12 GEM THEATER "Osceo/a's Finest" SUNDAY & MONDAY pRIHUR KENNEDY/ FERRER ' NOTORIOUS , f«,,* f TZCHNICOIOB. 2 Cartoons & Serial "Riders of Death Valley" GREETINGS SUNDAY & MONDAY First Showing in Hlytticville Double TON/ Double JOY/ DoabletVERVTHlM/ UNtRUSSEU'GROUCHOWm,, UNERU5:> FRANK SINATRA Also 2 Cavloons & Comedy JUDY HOILIDAY Marrying • ^^% ^7 .,,,H tr IBIS HMU . H n« UHH (Continued from Page 1) chased by Bishop at Tacoma., Wash., about a week after Bishop was listed as a fugitive. Henstbe had learned that Uie purchaser gave his name as Willie T. Bishop and the American Legion at Little Rock us a reference. The prison superintendent said Sheriff Gillett told him Bishop would be held for trial in Utah. Arkansas authorities are expected to place a "holdover" against him as a fugitive. RITZ THEATRE Manila. Ark. SATURDAY "TRAIL GUIDE Tim Holt • Kichard Martin SAT. OWL SHOW "TWO GALS AN DA GUY' .Inn is NEW Air Conditioned By Refrigeration "Your Community Center" MANILA, ARK. Matinees Sat. & Sun. Phone 58 SATURDAY "LEADV1LLE GUNSLINGER" Allen Lane Robert Alda SUN.-MON.-TUKS. "SAILOR BEWARE" Dean Marl in. Jerry Lewis & Corinne Calvel SAT. OWL SHOW "FLESH & FURY" Tony Curtis SUNDAY & MONDAY "ANGELS IN THE OUTFIELD" Paul Douglas Janet Leigh TUESDAY "CACTUS ROUNDUP" Leo Carr'llo Andrews Sislers ALWAYS A DOUBLE FEATURE Phone 4621 Sliow Starts Weekdays 7:00 p.m. Sat. Sun. 1 :00 p.m. Don't Forget! Tuesday & Wednesday Nights Are BUDDY NITES! 2 For Price of 1. SATURDAY! DOUBLE FEATURE! o~.eiu.DO HOSCO 2 Cartoons & Sir Gallihacl Serial SATURDAY OWL SHOW! STARTS 11:30 "KID Cartoon & Serial! 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