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s octa Miss Harriet Story Hunoree At. Friday Mbrnlhg .|party ' Mrs. Gnrrett Story Sr. . nmi Mrs.- Hendtlx Spraggtns entertained with u delightful party on Friday morn* ng .at the, home or Mcs. Story on West Second street for the pleasure of-MlSS'tlnrriet Story of Washington D: C. who Is spending her vacation hero.. . The: attractive Slory -home was decornted with; arrangements';' ,.0t summer' flbwcrs for the, occasion, About .thirty -frlehdS'Ot tlie-hono'ree" culled., •.during .the appointed -Kpiira. .Mrs.' B.'C. Hyatt played a 'program.: of • piano -music. '*'.> . . ,The hostesses Vyer'a .assisted in ;Seifviitg,a. delicioiis salntl ; plale by; ;M;-s.. Nathan Harbour,' Mrs. Dale WllsqH,;.Mrs. John S. 'Gibson, Jr. niul r M.i's;;J-. Webb Laseter 3rd Celebrates Sixth Birthday Anniversary B'-nster Webb Laseter 3rd. celebrated his sixth birthday anniversary with a • party at Fair pork oiv Thursday afternoon from 4 to 0. The -10 little guests were given attractive , favors nnd; enjoyed an M, ARKANSAS^ HOP! STAR, Saturday, August 24, o Chick Young HSlSM some""^ lime* it doesn't pay to push your luck too fan My luck for that nlfht, had'run out. YOU SHOULD BE TARRED AND FEATHERED ? WILL VDU SLOW UP MV BALLOON CM.LS ON HIS FW-i PHIUPOfMON, MO BEST MAIDENS ltt«i!t«r«l U. S. Patent OBU« By Galbraith Side Glances WASH SHOW THE TWINS THEGftRKN OFTHE60PS: ^KOLV SMOKE! 1'UBET NO STEEPLEJACK EVIER SHOWED WORE TW.ENT WWSM5E! WHEES WOT ROCKS hour of supervised play. Delicious tbirthday cake and ice S'POSf. THE' CURRENT-^SUPPOSE ISO MILES TO GO,..WITH A PEAP EN&NE AMP NO SAll ..THE WOKLP COULC7. BE SMALLER CARRIES US FAR ALEE /VOU BATTEN > Of THE ISLANP/SVOSE'J YOUR HATCH ISO /MILES PROM AtALEMALL) AMP S/&V££> BYMV OLF ^ST CHESTER! IT'S A SMALL \VOKLP ' " US.'.y JOY FACE.' 11:15 SUN -MONrilES SO! DISSIN'IN THS' PLOWER. BEOS A6AIM COPR.-1946 BY NEA SERVICED INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF CARY GRANT ALEXIS SMITH Freckles and His Friends By Blosser Bv Her«:hberaer GOSH, Rusty, YOU'RE ) SMOOTH, HAS LARD TOLD YOU wow ¥OLX REALLY SUPER. WITH .THOSE MIXERS / MELLOW AND MANY CUSTOMERS HE'S HAD SINCE THBY STARTED THAT G|MMICK?--1F YOU'RE TERRIFIC- REALLY HIS DREAM f fiFP GAL, HE'D SEE TO If' Ot ' -THATS ME/ MY CLOTHESLINE BROKE- HENRY -AND I HAVE NO MORE ROPE/ THAT YOU WERE/.NEVER CUSTOMER NUMBER/ THOUGHT WOO/ 1-mnm/OF-THAT/. Sunday-Monday-Tuesday Features at: 1:00 - 3:15 • 5:30 - 7:45 LAST FEATURE 10:00 .{THERE GOES LITTLE PO-PEEP TO 'HELP us GATHER-IMTMESMEEP/ AMBUSH AAS . IV/LL YOU, SLIMV LIZARDS; I'LL MAKE THIS JUNGLE 'SO DADSUAWED HOT YOU'LL HAFTA SBOVV ASBESTOS 5 T'STAV IN IT.' BEGINS SUNDAY You'll have to .excuse my husband—he always draws the low chair to sit hvat bridge!" Thimble Theater ^.P'RAPS YA KIN . WELL, BLOW ME COWN PER UNCV.E STtVt V=. UP OK) P,CCOLJNfV Of CUT Off fAV P\<3 - VO-ST U ! OH, GOLL.V,., POWELL ' ISIHII WILLIAMS ~l LiveTHERE/y BUT FIRST, I'LL TAKE YOU HOME, POMOWA-WHICH WAY DO V/E By J. R.Williams Our Boarding House With Major Hoople Out Our Way CASTLE, SIR OAKY/- GOSH/ I HOPE HE ISN'T GOItJff TO BE CHANGEABLE ABOUT. WANTING ME FDR HIS KNIGHT/ I BETTER HURRY AND FIND KIUGCORWY HAS LOTS OF CASTLES BUT HE CAN'T . DECIDE WHICH OME HE LIWES BEST/ HE'5 VERY CHANGEABLE/ VEA.H, /\MD IT MIGHT BE A ABOUT HOOT.THE WHO STRAIGHT YOU OUT OF, A>LLVOL1R POOSrt? HE'S CCAZV APOUT AMIMALS HE'D ADVANCE A POTATOES TO us GOATS/ tor^JW. WORD, I PcAR. TOO MUCH SCROOGE |M H^. /J< - He DID \ DROPPED TELL ME HE S |00,OOO IM HIS CAVERrO, SUT IT MAY HAVE BEElO HIS HILLBILL.V iEMSe OF.HUMOR SP6AKIMG/ with MKiUlANSMIRY OME OF HIS SQUIRRELS, gliT LET'S BITE MM FOR PRftCTICe OR YOU WOW'T HAVE TO PIET TO TAKE OFF YOUR HIPS.' A BEE OUT WITH TH' DOOR.S 1C PLUGGED UP/ SUN. Features 1:25 - 3:23 5:2] Lrist 9M7 OUTM SZA^H2?Xu^SfT KO, Monuments BAM.' t-\=. KEED-U^ GiRL- 5 -, " K£-l^\ CA!?E ' Or \-\£ •' See oj Co 11 R, V, Hemdon, Jr. Phone 5 or 56 Representative for ALIEN MONUMENT co Shreveport Little Rock Texarkaoa DO HERMITS RESPOND TO \= A TOUCH ? WHY MOTHERS e.ET.GBAY --«£,"••«•,"; t«W;«f' v ers ona BttwMn 0 «..m. and 4 p. m. I Coming and Going Mr. and'Mrs. 'Dale Wilson, Mrs. Garrelt Story, Sr. and Miss Haitiet Story spent Friday afternoon in Texarknna. Mr. an'd Mrs. Lyman Armslrong and.sons, Lymnn Jr., David Mini Tpmmy returned Friday from a strong's.mother.'Mrs. Coreno Armstrong, In Cape Girardeau, Missouri. 'Mrs! Hendrix 'Sprnfigins nnd son, Barry left Friday afternoon for Tfixarkana where they will visit Mr. and Mrs. A: B. Spragyins. Miss. Bally Robins*, arrived Friday night 'via plane In Texarkana frorn a", visit with her sister, Miss Nancy-Robins in .Dallas. .Mrs. D. R. Picard left Thursday night for Chicago, Illinois nnd An'n Arbor Michigan for a vacatioi visit. Major Picard .will loavo loday for -Fort Dix'New Jersey Separation Center. The Picards. who h.'ivp been stationed at the S.P.G. have many friends here who will regret to learn of .their leaving. .Mrs. Charles A. Armllape lef Thursday via plane from Texar karia < for a vacation visit with re latives in New Hampshire. Mr Armltage left Wednesday by trail for-St. Louis where he will spent .two.days-before joining Mrs. Armi- ,lage in New Hampshire. Mr. and.Mrs..Edwin-Stewart and ,son. .Eddie have returned from a .motor Irip ( 0 New York nnd other points of interest in. the East. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hendrickson and sort Marshall David of Wing- fiald, Kansas will arrive Saturdav tO;spend the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shiver here.' Mr. and'Mrs. Donald Moore and Coach and Mrs. Joe Dilcly were Friday visitors in Texarkana. Miss. Helen Downs arrived Friday from a weeks visit with Miss barnn Kllgore in Forclyce, Arkansas. Politicians Get Idea of Vet Strength By BOB BROWN United Press Staff Correspondent Litlle Rock, Aug. 23 -*-(UP)—' Rising up throughout Arkansas, veterans nf World War II • have given Arkansas politicians a bit,of an idea of the 'potential force which can be exerted by an organized j;roup of determined-young men. However, it took a 'report • -by Qen.-1-I. L. -McAlister at the' Aged Man Is Charged With Legion convention in • Little Rock this week as an eye-opener to the tremendous influence 'the ex'serv' Icemen. can have working as a Unit. • • • McAlister's figures — given as retiring commander — showed '44,' 000 American -Legion members in llio stale now. 'He predicted that GOiOOO men will-be wearing-legion caps within a year and said -the total would go to 100,000-members within five years. And in the camp 6f Ihe second powerful veterans organization 'in Ihe shite —-the Veterans of Foreign Wars—-State- Service Officer William G. Smith said there are now 1G.OOO members. He' estimated a growth lo 30,000 within a year and set 120,000 as potential members of the organization. - . Adding these two groups you have 60,000 ex-servicemen in Veterans organizations now, the prospect of 100,000 within a yedr and-a possibility of 100,000 within live years. • "' • • ' ' •...:• When you realize Ural some 200,000 voles were cast in ieach of the two state primary elections this summer you begin to see. exactly how powerful'the vets can be •—''il they work together. Perry Campbell arrives today vin plane from Tyler, Texas where he has been visiting Jimmy May. Miss Doris Shields arrived Fri- .day night via plane in Toxarkann where she was met bv Mr nnd •Mrs. Gradv .England. Miss Shields returning from San Francisco and California where she sncnt her cation .visiting with relatives friends. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Roach of Rca Valley, Arkansas arrived Thursdnv for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. ,T B Murphy here. Dr. and- Mrs. F. D. Henry will leave Sunday for n weeks vacation trip to points in Texas. They will accompany their daughter, Miss Dorothy Henry to Beaumont. Mr. .and Mrs. Clyde Sander^ have as Saturday guests; Mr. nnd Mrs. Allen Sanders and Mr. and -Mrs." He'rc'el Sanders and dau«h- ter, Judith .Amv all of Camclcn. ' O' Home Builders May Be Deferred Jby Draft Washington, Aug. 23 — (fP)— Word went out from selective service •headquarters today permitting lo,cal boards to defer home builders, college professors and executives in critical transportation or production .fields. Headquarters previously had said ; that beginning Sept. 1—end of 'the July and August draft holiday ordered by Congress—it would have to induct virtually all able-bodied men of the 19 to 20-year bracket to keep the armed forces at required strength. The changes, last -'night's .... nouncemenl said, were made on recommendation of John Steelman. director of war mobilization and reconversion. Men in the new deferment classes must obtain certificates from the interested federal agencies: Teachers from the office of education, builders from the national housing qgency, transportation or production executives i'rom the civilian production administration. And speaking of thq Legion — General McAlister warned 'the members in his report that statewide legion conventions .with al members taking part, are a thing of the past. • "There nre only two or three citiies in Arkansas large enough to hundlo th<? legion convention now;' he said, "nnd in a few years the convention will'be held only as art instrument under which to k con duct Legion business.' ' McAlister urged the .Legion nuircs to concentrate .more o: their interests in district .conveh tions during the next few years. . because that is where the .rank and-file of the' membership wil hold its annual "get-lagelher. 1 ' The delegation from the Rogers Ark., legion post came to;the-con venlion prepared lo boosl a nalivi son for a state office — the ; Rev Herbert G. Markley of Lowell — i true shepherd of. the hills — -fo slate chaplain. • Their plans fell through when the Rev. W. W. Sewell of .Charles. was pushed into the pace by posts on the eastern side of the state However, the Rogers ,post di Nashville, Tenti., Aug. 23 — (/P) — 'Dwight.O.; Carman, 62 - year - phi gfafidfatheT accused oMMirning his wife to death for the love of a 10- ear .• old girl, was taken into Ustody on a murder warrant today t"McMinnville, Term., GO miles rbm' Nashville Assistant District Attorney General Andrew Tanner announced. The tall, gray-haired former ice ipmpahy employe was arrested ifler returning from nearby Saprtu, 'enn.', .where.he spent the morning naking funeral arrangements for Us wife, Mrs. Melissa Carman,-61, whose charred body was found in he Carmans' small frame home icre yeslerday. Carman was picked up by Sheriff '.. E. Youngblood of McMinnville nnd held for Davidson county of- qers .whose investigation into the ire death led to issuance of 'the nurder warrant. District Attorney 3ene'ra'l J.' Carlton loper (Correct) of,Nashville said-the bespectacled -arman would be permitted to at- end his wife's funeral in custody at fapanta tomorrow. "It is my-firm conviction thai !arman set fire to •. the house to take his wife's life," the attorney general said. "It's indicted that the rnan. t was desperately in love with i 1'6-y'ear-bldgirr and. was :planninj :6 send her away from the city anc iOin her later." . iQarman's sedan, containing his clo.thes'and a few of the girl's, was foiindiwithin-a- half, block of. the firdrblackened home, the dis.tr.ic attorney said. ' ;. ' 'Loser said letters from Carman to -the 'pretty '16-year-old were be ing held by his .office. The girl hac lived .with'the Carmans-for two o three months but moved earlier ii the' week to a tourist court w Carmans invited her two nights Loser said. .Juvenile officer Jesse Stores an nounced that the -girl was being sheltered at his headquarters alon with her 13-year-old brother and 19- year-old sister at the request of the parents, former neighbors of the Carmans.' News of the Churches FIRST CHRISTIAN " North Mnin-.at West Avenue B Wm, P. Maftdegrae, Minister Sunday School—9:45 a.-m. There are classes foe all ages and everyone is Invited to attend. 'Lloyd Coop, superintendent, .Morning Worship .—10:50. Communion and .-preaching service, ipecial music by the .choir. Christian Youth Fellowship meet- IK—G:30 p.m. Mr.'and Mrs. R. L. 'orider, sponsors. Evening worship-r- '7:45. Communion and preaching service. 7:-)i> — Thursday evening there will be the regular choir rehearsal "or the adult and junior choirs. The First Christian 'Church will a -two weeks Daily 'Vacation 3ible School Monday, .August 20th 'or Beginners, Primary, and Jim- or departments, 9 to '11, Monday ihrough Friday. Standard text jooks' approved by the 'International Council of Religious 'Education will be used in all departments. Children I'rqm the Christian Church will register Sunday morning in their . respective • departments. -Ot- ueis will register between 8:30 and 9 on Monday morning, August 26, All children -of- these ages are in vitcd to attend this, school. • ins his testimony. He will be lolling what attracted him from a professional piano concertist, wilh a fabulous $1,000 weekly lo serve Christ, which may mean much less financial remuneration/ The Revival will conclude with a great Youth Rally on Friday night August 30. Visitors are expected from neighboring cities and churches. May we urge again thnt -jU the friends and members of tlie Tabernacle lake advantage of these very extraordinary .services. You are inviled and welcome. . Sunday School —9:30 a.m. Morning Worship —10:50— Rev. Bracy Greer will speak. C. A. Services— 6:30 p.m. Evangelislic Services —7:30 p.m. Monday through Fsiday— Revival DOROTH? t)IX Ideal Husbands !7i- Thc best husbands.in the world" are American husbands, and if you say, well, if this is true, how comes it that there is more divorce in ttiis country than in.any other, and that women are the chief, petitioners? To which I triumphantly reply that that proves my point • and shows that the American husband. Is so anxious to please his wife that he praise a girl's youth an'd beauty, or tell how interesting his difiher ipartner was. She isn't jealous, of course, but she just isn't amused-.' in hearing about them ,nof in her husband's reminiscences,of-his •past romances. Then, if Friend "Husband*wishes, lo 'make a "hit with his wife, he services: Vesper Service p.m. 6:43 Youth Revival Services — 7:45 pirn. HOPE. GOSPEL-TABERNACLE North Main and Avenue D H. Paul Holdri'dge, Pastor , The Youth Revival Services will continue Ihrough .Friday, August 30lh of next week. .The ,past week' has been Mery profitable and 'unusually well attended. Rev. Bracy Greer, 'Evangelist bf'Hoiislpn,' Texas .has brought, dynamic gospel message nightly. 'Mel Hargis of New York 1 , has amazed and inspired the congregation nighlly with usual musical talent as he has •played the -piano; • •• •• Monday night, August .26lh,' Mel Hargis.-'will .be giving a Sacred Piano Concert. He will use the-entire evening interspersing his mu-. sical arrangements and some of lis own compositions with his per- onal testimony. Only three mon- hs -ago, Rev. Hargis dedicated lis lalenl to the Lord's work, arnl vcryone will: Be interested in-hear- FIRST METHODIST Pine at Second Robert,B, Moore, Pantor Organ Music by Mrs. Dblphus 'Whitlen Jr. —9:30 a.m. Church School —9:45 a.m. Morning Worship —10:50— Sermon by Pastor. Solo: "Let not [Your Heart Be Troubled" (By Oley [Speaks). .Song by Miss Harriet even- gives her a dwor.ce if she will nevet forget, an anniversary/ u ' nn(<! '' oven if'he'has to/have hts secretary remind him of it and she "has tb go out arid buy.' the wife a 'present. Why. women set, such an inordinate value on their husbands coming .across-with;a gift on -specific dates, nobody knows. ,'It Is just a fact that .a ,wife will ovet- ' Youth Fellowship —6:30 p.m. ; There will be no Evening Worship 'Service. there ".will be no distinction between veterans oi' World War I, and World War I." • Attorney General Guy E. Williams — successful in his recent bid for renomination — this week received a congratulatory telegram .from U. S. Senator Bill Fulbright, now vacationing in Colorado. . .Daily newspapers in Arkansas are preparing to spend -some 030,000 on plant construction and hew equipment in the near future. . . . While no one has openly an- nqunccd for Uie post, I'm told that the president pro tern of the Sen,ate will cither be E. J. Butler of Forrest City Ellis M. Fagan of Little 'Rock, or G. W. Lookadooof not lenvc tno convention empty- landed.' All they collected was the state commandership — when theMr commander, J. Wesley Sampler, was named to succeed Gen, Mc- Alistcr. -Sampler, 'a -/(O-.year-oU army major, has promised that Devil's t Copyright 1946 By ALICE M THE STORY: I, iCiecelia .Hart,' was only 17 when I came to Innisfail : that eventful summer to help out- Cousin Ellen, who was the Fitzgeralds' housekeeper. Lovely Charlotte Bren captured rny heart immediately but autocratic old Honora Fitzgerald, who ruled the household from a sick bed, frightened me. Ellen would say interminable rosaries for the old woman. ' It was .Miss .Charlotte whoso friendly way allayed rny homesickness and when she asked me if I'd like to go picnicking with her one day soon, I couldn't believe my ears. VI _ '^ I met Ellen now on her way upstairs carrying Mrs. Fitzgerald's tray. "Take the Professor's breakfast into the dining room, Celia, 1 she said. "It's all ready, and don't waste any more time." Arkadelphia". . . The state land commissioner's office has discovered a new use for Arkansas' hilly cut-over :land in the northern part of -the state. A Texas inventor wants to rent some 400 acres lo Use .as ,a testing ground for a ground-clearing machine. aughter by 'NEA;Service k. LAVESICK >- — - - - forw/ard to .serving dinner and seeing other faces besides Ellen's. " But this was not to be, foi 'Mrs. Fitzgerald took a fancy to having the Professor and Miss Charlotte eat dinner with her in her room that night .So Ellen carried up .the heavy tray anc the dining room was not used anc ;I saw no one. I dreaded to have twilight come on again. .Another homesick spel like the one I'd had the nigh before and I .would have to tel Ellen I couldn't stay here. I • hung over the railing on the • back porch and looked down a the valley below. The sun was just setting and Lost River migh have been touched by King Mida; himself . And then, without warning tears started lo come and sooi I was sobbing my heart out there on the ooreh railine T luiri hooi AN IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT to those with IMPAIRED HEARING Mark Fitzgerald always ate his weeping for some iime when * breakfast alone at one end of W as aware that someone was Is unsatisfactory hearing retarding your business and social life? Sonotone offers you scientific hearing correction with continuing care by a trained and qualified Consulant. HEARING CENTER MON. AUG. 26 2 to 6 P. M. HOTEL BARLOW Mr. MaxW. Friend, Mgr. of the Little Rock District Office will be In. charge. Take advantage of this opportunity for an exam- inatlgn of your hearing problems. No charge or obligation for consultation. SONOTONE HOUSE OF HEARING •• FOOT LONG HOT DOGS t DELICIOUS CHEESEBURGERS Bill and Molly back to Serve You. "CURB SERVICE" — 7?0 West Third— DI LUXE CAFE '»BILL and MOLLY" the huge mahogany table, and that was where I first saw him, when I went in with his bacon and eggs that morning. He was deep in the morning paper and I tried to slip out before he should notice me. He said, "Good morning, Ellen," n an absent sort of way. And then, glancing up, he saw it was not Ellen but a thin .girl with: 'reckles. Myself. "Oh," he said. "How do you do? You're—'" "Cecelia Hart," I told him timidly. "D-do you want me to pour your coffee, Mr. Fitzgerald?" "The coffee?" His gray eyes glanced at the coffee pot vaguely. Then he said, "No, no, I'll pour thank you." And returned to his paper. He was always like that about food, I found out. As .Ellen often said, he'd eat anything at all you'd set before him, but he never seemed to have his mind on it. So you might just as well not fuss over any fancies for him. He didn't look at all as I had pictured him, which, for some reason, was as a big handsome man with heavy black brows. He was thin and not at all handsome, his hair being mouse color sprinkled with gray, though he was nol quite thirty at that time. I thought his gray eyes rather nice, but he was a man you would pass in a crowd and never notice. However he had not barked at me, as ; had feared, and so I .thought with, great relief (hat he was really a nice, mild-mannered person. I did not see Mark again unttl that night after dinner. He had a few classes still at the Academy and always ate lunch there, if he remembered to eat il at all. I didn't see much of Miss Char 1 - standing behind me and. I thought )ani<; -stricken, oh, here's Ellen and she'll be disgusted with me. But it was not Ellen. Horrified I realized that it was Mark Fit gerald, that he was standing qui ;tly beside me, not looking at me jut smoking his pipe and gazint, in silence at the landscape. Stil without looking at me, he handec me -his handkerchief and I was glad to hide my face and m> notification. He leaned on m> rail also and, without taking hi eyes from the scene below, began to speak. '!! know you must be homesick away from your mother and lotto, either. She spent most of her day wilh Mrs. Fitzgerald, and the house was very quiel. Ellen drank quantities oi tea and told me stories about the wonderful Fitzgeralds and a few other people back in Ireland in the good old days. The stories, somehow, did nol have Ihe same fascination for me that they'd had the first few times Ellen had told friends, Cecelia. I was wondering —" He paused and smoked in silence for a moment, "if there is any way we could make it a little more pleasant for you. Do you like to read at all?" iDid I like to read? Wasn't it as necessary as breathing? Wasn't it the most fun there was? :He was looking down at me and the sudden delight must have shown on my face. For his eyes were smiling now and he said, "Good, then. We've quite a li- br,ary here and maybe you'll find something you like. I'll give you the keys. And you'll give us another chance?" "Oh. yes," I said. "Oh, yes, indeed." In view of the fact that the books in the library were on open shelves, that they spilled over onto tables and chairs and even onto the floor at times and that the door to the room was never closed, not to mention locked, this about the keys was a joke, though I did not realize it at the time. "Another thing," he said. "I'm a great one for forgetting. I'm sorry to say. So I'll be apt to forget all about this and if the Mia mi Opens Heartto Refugees Miami, Fla., Aug. 23 — (UP)— Eighteen Estonian refuReos who anded here Wednesday after com- ileling a 6,000-mile modern Odyssey of the sea had Iheir first foot- liold in the United States today, as city officials opened up a .pier warehouse to house'them. Led by tall, -blond Capt. Felix Tandre, the refugees set up their mattresses on the floor of-the pier. ".It is not so cramped as the ship," grinned Tandre, and "we lave showers and .washing facilities.". -,-..Even as the city opened the warehouse to the refugees, offers of free accommodations at .luxxiri- ous Miami. Beach hotels poured n on the bewildered -refugees. But Tandre said they .were well satisfied with the warehouse, and would remain there until immigration officials have ruled on their alea to enter America, "the only country whei'e the little people are free and safe." Tandre and his wife appeared before immigration authorities at a closed hearing here this morning. Two other couples were to testify later in the day. Francis J. H. Beyer, officer in charge of immigration, said a transcript of the completed hearings would probably be forwarded, to the attorney .general's office in- Washington early next week. Final decision on whether the refugees — who found Russian occupation of their homeland no better than German rule —may enter this country- will be made by the attorney general. To Miamians, however, there, was little doubt that these smiling bronze-skinned, blond Estonians would make good citizens. "Didn't they sail 3,600 miles across the ocean in a 38-foot boat to find independence?" they asked. "Those are our kind of people." The refugees, themselves, were convinced that Ihis was the country they had dreamed about so long. Here's what happened to them during their first full day in the new world: Dock hands nioved them lo a rent-free berth in the city harbor. They noticed that the Estonians had only Swedish money, 'and very little of that. They took up a collection and showered the group with fresh meat, fruit, candy and toys for little eight-year-old Eha Kajju and many other presents — M welcome change from the corned beef and fish diet of 60 day on the ocean. A large truck rolled up before he morning was far eone. It un- oaded gallons of milk and ice 'CHURCH OF CHRIST iBibte Classes—9:45 a.m. ! Morning Services—11:00. 'Evening Worship —7:00 p.m. Mid-week Service, Wednesday— 7:00 p.m. :Friday, Bible -Study—7:30 p.m. FIRST PENTECOSTAL . Fourth.and -Ferguson Streets T. 'F. Ford, Pastor "The church that is different." .Sunday School —9:45 a.m. Morning Worship —11 o'clock. P..Y.P.A. Class —6:45 p.m. Junior P.Y.P.A.— 0:45 p.m. Evangelistic Service —7:45 p.m. Choir Practice, Wednesday —7:45 p.m: Ladies Prayer and Bible Study- Thursday —2:30 p.-m. Praise and Worship, Friday — 7:45 p.m. You are always welcome to all of these services. wnnts it. But human nature, even at its best, is, not perfect, ajid good. and kind and generous as the American husband is, he could be better if only he would add a few more good of virtues. For women cannot live qualities to his already large stock by bread alone. 'They crave cake also. And every wife has her little gripes that keep her thinking how grand marriage would be if ONLY John 'WOULD do so-and-so, or WOULDN'T do something else. :' : Now a man's idea of what; constitutes a good husband .and a woman's notion of what makes a iifer radically. A man .thinks :he usband something to brag .about, s being a good .husband when he ever looks at another woman, ."hen he is house-broken' and brings ome the bacon. But he can be s faithful as Old Dog Tray .and eed his wife on caviar, and charn- iagne and still leave her- pitying erself as one of the poor, frustrat- d. wives who hasn!t gbttep her, icart's desire in a, husband. Tries Hard But.. . . ,-'- . Undoubtedly the average, . Am- irican husband strives .with -.might ind main to make his .wife happy. le slaves to" give' her 'every ' EMMET METHODIST C. D. Meux, Pastor The Revival now going on at Holly Grove will close Sunday a1 7:30 p.m. wilh a sermon by Rev. W. C. Onstead, pastor of the Bingen Methodist Church, and wi!» the reception 'of members. Rev On- stcad will preach at Holly Grove at 9:30 a.m..and, at DeAnn nt 11 COMPLETE LINE OF OFFICE SUPPLIES JOB PRINTING Gentry Printing Co. Phone 241 Hops, Ark. Hove Your Discharge ort and luxury and suffers' 'an amount -of henpecking : no totber nan would endure, but if he wishes. o come up to;her,ideal.-.ofia perfect ' look a lot of sidestepping in a husband who shows up with a box of candy on the anniversary of 'lire day they first met. One of the'chief places In marriage .where husbands fail to come up" to their wives' expectations is-.in their refusal -to, take them stepping, Few men realize how hard and-monotonous domestic labor is, arid how bored a woman can get who does the same round of .tasks day after day, wilh nobody to talk to but ,the baby, or else, no matter how tired they were, they would make lhe;Little Woman,pution.'her prettiest frock:and take.her < where .she -could see and be seen. Just knowing that- her -husband wanted her; ;tb 'have, a ..good time -would make manya"'wifetwilling to stay at"'home. .-....- • ., / .And any: worn an would '^consider that she had gotten.a paragon hva husband -if'he pitied her 't or ,having ,to.do vher- own housework,'aijd being-'tied down with the chlMren, : ; and.not'being able to have a c mink coat. -It'. jsn't the 'hardships she .. mate, 'he has to add a few simple- observances to his repertoire of desirable .qualities, .and they will urn the trick. . .••:.. First, let him be blind as a bat and dumb as a clam about other hing gets on a wife's nerves so women's looks and fascinations.. No- quickly as for her husband to resents. .It"is her husband not realizing what a martyr, she is. v With these few suggestions, ad'd- ed to the already super-duper 'collection :Of • domestic virtues of the 1 American husband, he would be even more in i demand than he is at present, if it were possible. (Released- by The .Bell Syndicate, Inc.) for Furlough etc. 24 HOUR SERVICE Shipley Studio 220 So. Walnut Hope, Ark.. CITY CAFE SPECIM ferS MfNU Baked Chicken with Dressing . Giblet Gravy ^ . .Freslp English Peas 'With Dumplings ^. • >• " Candied Yams / ^< Hot Rolls , Cornbread Muffins i. •u* • Apple Pie With Ice Cr,eam {$,¥ i, • Coffee Tea -Milk t . ~ 65c CITY CAFE 'The Home of Glean Food" cream. specialists in offered their to work im- Three attorneys, immigration law, services and went ._ .... nediately to find legal means of entry, even though Ihe Estonian luota of 116 persons for the year lad long since been filled. One woman, arriving by plane from New York, rushed to offer any bond needed up to $10,000. She declined to reveal her name. And another New Yorker, Capl. Hans G. Miller, who first entered Miami many years Ikgo on a square-rigged sailing ship, called a local friend to say he had mailed the courageous group $100. Dr. A. T. W. Dowding, former professor at Oxford, offered his 200-acre tract on St .Johns, among the Vi$rgin islands, as "last resort" haven if the United States refuses entry. "It may not last," said Capt. Felix Tandre, leader of the groan. "But it's a wonderful feeling while il does. After Russian and German rule some of us had almost forgotten that there sull are kind people in this world." Bui more than all Ihe help offered them there was one thing the time comes when you'll have an-'Estonians have that might even other homesick spell, you come and lually open the door as well as the speak to me about it and we'll see if we can't help in some way." il promised him that I should do so and he took me to Ihe library and left me there by myself, to brouse among the books. I thought I would never be heart of their chosen land. It is the thing that caused them to flee their oppressed native land across the stormy Baltic sea In open boats. To work and save in a foreign country to buy a battered boat. And then lo start a perilous them to us at hom.e. I was. .in-. I .afraid of .him again, but I was. voyage over thousands of miles" of deed, bored, and actually looked] (Tp Be Continued) ocean with only a few provisions. Jf t ... Invites you to Hear . Mef Hargis of New York IN SACRED PIANO CONCERT MONDAY EVENING AUGUST 26, at 7:45 1 in Church Auditorium His Music Will be Interspersed with His Personal Testimony Before He Was Saved: / He crossed the nation 14 times in Piano Concert work. He did recording work with Columbia and others. *'" He broadcast over all the networks of the nation. He played under professional names. Since His Conversion Three Months Ago: : He has played in Youth Revivals in St. Louis, Kansas City and Houston, Texas. He has appeared ever Columbia and. Mutual Networks. He has given several piano concerts in churches. He served in World War 11 .in the '" Army Air Forces. HEAR HIM:- In Concert Monday Evening Every night at Youth Revival Thru August 30th "THE MAN WITH THE $50,000 FINGERS" Hope Gospel Tabernacle North Main and Avenye $ H. Paul HoMndge, Poster Mel Hargis I 1 t ^^•••••-••••'^ ! ^^^^

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