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SSKSSSSSH^^ Pagetwa ^O*^M«*~^^ MOM STAft, MOM, ARKANSAS Tuesdoy, November 12, 1946 ?Decsd'Soldier iTurnsUpin Naples, Italy ^ . ,; i, Quincy, Mass. Nov. fsift the yblmg man, who gave his name as Michael Di Bartolo and said he thought he was born in Roxbiiry. Mass., is her son from whom she had not heard since March, 1943, when he sent her a Purple Heart medal. Shortly thereafter, she said, he .was listed as missing and later den'd by the' War Department. "I 1 rfrvrr once gave up hope .,,,, ,.,, u wo uld return." she . *'hftppiest woman in the world" to- 1 said. "I hope my experience will day "was Mrs. Joseph Debartolo, mother of a young man who stum- Wed Snto UNRRA headquarters in Kome Saturday, identified himself a« Sn American soldier and asked about the progress of the battle of give all the hope in the world to mothers who are in a similar situation." A UNRRA public relations officer quoted the young GI, who wore ragged civilian clothing and \vas in bad shape physically, as saying Mrs. Debarfoto said she was" cer-'that he "suddenly found himself on 1 DE ANN, ARKANSAS COMING.... WEDNESDAY, NOV. 13 Pat Lindsey and His Baxter Dixie Quartet METHODIST CHURCH Located 8 miles west of Preseott on the DeAnn Road DE ANN, ARKANSAS PROGRAM STARTS 7:45 P. M; Admission: Adults .. SOe Children .. 25c tax included SONG - MUSIC - COMEDY Tests Started on Oil Well in Ouachito Stephens, Nov. 12 —(UP)— Me- Alester Fuel Oil Co began iesting i their C. M. Wesson B-7, northwest quarter section 24-15-19, in Ouachita county, which came in yesterday at 2,600 feet in the Glen Rose sand. Operators said the well is flowing well above the field allowable of 100 barrels daily. The well :'irst flowed into pits but has been shut in awaiting tank connection. The oil was about 33 gravity. . 0 War Assets Sale to Be Held at Camp Robinson Little Rock, Nov. 12 —(UP)—The War Assets Administration will sponsor another surplus property sale at Camp Kobinson, nehr here, today and tomorrow. Among the items offered to veterans only are 133 vehicles, including trucks, trail ers and tractors, the W-A-A an noun cod. Market Report POULTRY AND PRODUCE I Chicago, Nov . 12— (/P)— Live poultry, steady; receipts 20 trucks, one .u" FOB prices; fowl 25.5; leg* horn fowl 22; roasters 30-32; i'ry- crs nnd broilers 35-37; old roosters 21; FOB wholesale market: heavy young ducks and ducklings 38; light :"arm ducks 23. Butter firm; receipts (three days> 919,649; 93 score AA 80.5; 92 A 79; 9 OB 77.5: 39 C 74.5. Eggs firm; receipts (three days) 20,647; .U. S. extras 1 nnd 2 — 50-56; U. S. extras 3 an d4—43-46; U. S. standards 1 nnd 3—4; U. 3. standards 3 and 4 — 39; current receipts 37-38.5; dirties U7-30; checks 27-29. o — ST. LOUIS LIVESTOCK National Stockyards. 111., Nov. 12 —(>Pi— Hogs, 10,000: market mostly 50 cents lower than yesterday; good and choice 170-300 )bs mostly 23.50-75; top 23.75; top price to packers 23.50; 100-150 Ibs 22.00-50; sows up to 22.75 in extremes; bulk 22.25-50; large percentage of sales 22.25;' stags 18.00 down. Cattle, 7,000; calves, ;2.500; mar- .Uet opened rather slow; j slaughter cattle opened most about the street" and was directed to the UNRRA building after he asked the way to "the nearest American headquarters." The young man said he remembered being wounded in Italy and being sent to hospitals in N.npleS and Oran and a replacement depot in Naples. Military authorities sought to determine whether he was suffering L'rom amnesia. CLOT For work clothes, OWEN'S IS TOPS. Come in today and select your fall work clothes. We are glad: to announce that we are the exclusive dealer in Hope for f ORK CLOTHES World's, best work clothes. They are made in Arkansas for Arkansas people GO ON SAL! Men's Overalls 8 oz. blue denim overalls, Sizes 30 to 42' Boys Blue Overalls Sizes 2 to 7 $2.00 Sizes 8 to" 11 ,.:..: $2,20 Sizes 12 to 18 $2,42 j steady with Monday: medium to average good steers largely 18.0024.00: odd lots up to 26.00; few common 12.75-15.00; small lots iop good mixed yearlings 25.00; good iieifers 22.50; most good heifers and mixed yearlings yearlings 1905. medium 15.00-18.00; common and medium beef cows 11.50-14.00 most canners and cutters :)i25- 1.00; medium and good sausage bulls 13.00-15.00; vealers 2.00 higher than Monday; choice 28.00; medium and good 18.50-26.50. Sheep, 4,500; early sales choice lambs about 24.00 to butchers; steady with Monday; no othei arly bids. GRAIN AND PROVISIONS Chicago, Nov. 12 —(/P)— Whea rallied sharply toward the close of j today's grain .futures trading after breaking more than 3 cents midway through the session. The rally started when commission houses with export connections started buying, following general liquidation. Oats showedless rallyin gpower than wheat and corn. Barley and lead were weak. A the finish wheat was 3-4 higher to 1 1-4 lower than Saturday's :lose, January $2.03 1-2. Corn was 1-8 to 1 cent higher, January 1.27 7-8-1.28. Oats were 1-8 higher to 7-8 lower, November 78 1-4. Barley was 1 cent to cents lower, November $1.25. Lard was 1.07 to 1.30 lower, July $21.30. o- MENS HEAVY You will need several pair of these for the cold days ahead. We have most sizes. Come x in today and let us fit you. PANTS. SHIRTS To Match When Better Work Clothes Are Mode — Owen's Will Sell Them, Your Tuf-Nut Dealer in Hope "We Clothe the Family for Less' OWEN'S East Second Street Phone 781 Store; at Hope and Preseott Hope Star (tor of Hop* 1899; Pratt 1927 Confolldatod Jonuorv IB, 192? ithed overv weukday afternoon bv STAR PUBLISHING CO. C. E. Palmar, l-rt>5iclent H. Washburn, Secretary-Treasuru* at the Star building •I7-2U South Walnut Strwrt Hops. Art Al«i. H. Washbum, Editor & Publisher Paul H. Jones, Managing Editor George W. Hosmor. Mech. Supt. Jess M. Davis, Advertising Manager Emma G. Thomas, Cashier DcAnn Methodists to Sponsor Quartet Program DeArtn Methodist church will sponsor the Stamps Baxter Dixie Quartet Wednesday, November 13, at 7:45. The quartet, led by Pat Llndsey, is well known in this section. The public is invited. Entered as second class matter ot the Office at Hop •\c! of March 3, 1* , 97. Arkansas, und«r the AP>--Means Associated Press. NEA)—Means Newspaper Enterprise Association. Subscriptlon Rotes: (Always Payable In Advance): By city carrier per week 20c; per month 85c. Mall rates—in Hemp- stor.d, Nevada. Howard, Miller one 1 (.aKayette counties, $4.50 per year; elsewhere J8.50. Notional Advertising Representative — *rKan>ai Dallies- Inc.; Memphis Term., terick Build.-ig, Cnicago, 400 Norh Mich- oan Avenu«; Nev fork City, 292 Madison .ve Detroit, Mich., 2842 \\. Grand olvd. Oklahoma City, 3U Terminal Bldg.: MBW Orleans. 722 Union St. Member ot The Associated Press: The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to me use for repubhcation of all news dis- uauhes credited to it or not otherwise credited In this paper and also the local >ews published herein. NEW YORK COTTON New York, Nov. 12 —(/P^Cbtton futures developed an irregular .pattern in moderately active dealings today as the staple returned 'id a free market. Best... prices were realized in opening trading, when gains of a little'more than $4.00 a Dr ,i e were registered on an accumulation of mill buying orders. The 1947 crop deliveries Were weak on selling, ing the: vaults influenced by the possibility of a rnent_building large cotton crop next season. Secretary of agriculture Anderson rec- 1 orn'mended a 1947 acreageogoal of with 23,000,000 acres, an increase of 28 1605. per cent over this year. Private advices reported an extensive holding movement among cotton farmers .for better prices with many trade quarters predicting it will take 35 cents or more to bring cotton out for " sale. Late afternoon prices were $1.40 a bale higher to $1.75 lower than the previous close. Dec 30.70, Mch 30.23, and May 29.51. NEW ORLEANS COTTON New Orleans, Nov. 12 —(/P)—Cotton futures advanced here today on mill price fixing, and buying stimulated by President Truman's order discontinuing price control on cotton textiles. The market closed steady 50 cents to $2.50 a oalehigher. Dec high 31.10 — low 30.62 — close 30-85-31.02 Mch high 30.61 — low 29.90 — close 30.27 May high 30.03 — low 29.25 — close 29 57 Jly high 28.98 — low 27.92 — close 28.35 Oct high 25.80 — low 24.95 — close 25.50B B-bid. Futures closed $2.10 a bal ehigh- er to 50 cents lowerthan the previous close. Dec high 31.30— low 30.60 — last 30.80-90 up 32 to 42 Mch high 30.75 — low 30.00 — last 20.20-25 up 25 to 30 May high 30.05 — low 29,37 — last 29.50-61 off 5 to up 0 -. Jly high 28.90—low 28.03 — last 28.35-38 unch to up 3 Oct high 25.90 — low 25.10 — last 2.50 unch Dec high 25.60—low 24.75 — last 2.10 B off 5 Jen high 25.00 — low 24.20—last 24.65B off 10 Middling spot 31.30N up42 o N-nominal; B-bid. Court Docket Municipal Court of Hope, Arkan;as, November 11, 1940 City Docket James Smith, Trespassing (riding reight train) Plea of guilty, fined $10.00 Robert Lee Holt, reckless driving Forfeited $25.00 cash bond. Willie Carl Whltt. disturbing the peace, plea of guilty, fined $10.00. Willie Carl Whitt, Carrying a gun as a weapon, Forfeited $50.00 cash bond. Willie Davis, Carrying a pistol as a weapon, Forfeited $50.00 cash bond. Jimmie F. Nash, Carrying a pistol as a weapon, Forfeited $50.00 cash bond. Bill McLarty, Drunk and driving, Forfeited R25.00 cash bond. The following forfeited $10.00 cash bond each on the charge of gaming: dan Daniels, Ira Phillips, Buck Hushey, Edgar Williams. The following forfeited $10.00 cash bond on charge of disturbing the peace; Willie Carl Whitt, Willie Davis, Ethel Tyus, James Thus, Edgar O'Hair. The following forfeited $10.0 Ocas bond on charge of drunkenness: Virginia Williams, J. N. McElroy, J. W. Langston, W. D. Lowe. Vernon A. Murrah, Willie Carl Whitt. State Docket John Kizzia, Possession of intoxicating liquor for purpose of sale, Forfeited $50.00 cash bond. John Kizzia, Drunkenness, Forfeited $10.00 cash. bond. Robert Johnson (col), Giving an overdraft, Forfeited $5.00 cash bond (check been paid) King Opens British Parliament By BRUCE W. MUNN London, Nov. 12 — (UP)—King George VI opened a new session of Parliament under exceptional security precautions today with an announcement that the Labor government will nationalize electricity and the nation's inland trasporta- tio system. The richest display of medieva pomp since pre-war days was i evidence as the king read to the assembled lords and commoners his speech — written for him by Prime Minister Clement Attlee's cabinet — outlining the next steps in the Labor government's program to socialize Britain. Five thousand police, reinforcec by Welsh guards and plain clothes detectives guarded the houses o Parliament and the king's proces sional route against possible assas sination attempts. Fears of Jewish extremist act turned into serious scrutiny th 300-year-old ceremony of search ing the; vaults beneath the Parlia other road transport services. The king announced the government's Intention to continue conscription of men for Ihe armed toices. Attlee recelly told Commons that all British youths be twecn 18 and 23 will be required lo serve 18 months active duty nnd iivo years in reserve. The monarch pledged Britain's cooperation in the United Nations, asked for reduction ot the ;inancial burden of the German occupation, urged an early treaty with Aus- •ria. pledged elections next year in Burma, assured continuance of vhe present policy toward India, asked'' a stable and just settlement in .la- pan and promised Britain','; best efforts to increase international trade and prevent unemployment internationally. The program, as outlined in general terms, showed that Attlee's government planned to move steadily ahead on its broad nation- li'/.ation policy. Pointed omissions •om the speech suggested vhat vhe overnrnent inay be yielding vo op- osilion against nationalization ot 10 iron and steel* industry. The only oblique reference to thai asic industry was this: "Valuable eports have already been received rom working parties appointed io nuke recommendations ior vhe tetter organization of a number f important industries, and you will be asked to approve legisla- ion to enable effect to be given io iieir recommendations." A measure will be laid before •ou to bring inland transport serv- ces under national ownership and control ... A bill will also be submitted to you to bring into national ownership the electricity supply ndustry as a further part of a concerted plan for coordination of he fuel and power industries," vhe <ing told the two houses. Speaking in measured phrases without hesitation, the king also announced: Continuation of price fixing and Gurdon Team Could Surprise Bobcat Eleven Gurdon comes to Hope this wcok- oiul for a non-conference with the favored Hobcnts and despite the prospects of n one-sided affair a large crowd is expected to see the locals perform next to the last lime this season. Many fnns have already Indicated they ure planning to "go across the river" to sec a lop conference contest nnd should be reminded that Qtirdon would like nothing better than to knock off Houo, There Is no doubt that the Bobcats will bo plenty "cocky" over this contest and there Is a possi* bllity they Will get it knocked out of them. Its always the underdog team that i-lses up and Wallops tho heavily favored. For Hope a win will mean just another Victory in a pretty fair season. B ut for Gurdon n win would mean a perfect seiiKon. If the contest runs as "doped" it is likoly that tho second stringers will see plenty of action. a reminder o Guy Fawkes' altempt to blow u King James and his Pa-flirrmcn wage controls in agriculture. Measure to raise \he school-leaving age in the United Kingdom iext April to 15 years. Legislation ior establishment of a government commissio nto import and distribute raw cotlon. Efforts to ease the burden of housewives imposed by ihe war. NEW TREATMENT CHASES with 36 barrels of gun powder in Included in the inland transport to be ! nationalized, Labor sources said, .will be British:,, railroads, canals, docks, buses and' certain Itillions hav>> EiifTeroi! In nilenco with tha niBcriva of Pin-Worma—but need suffer no longer ! Today, thanks to n special, medically recognized drug, n highly elTectivi; treatment Iia3 been made possible. This drug is the vital incredicnt in P-W, the Pin-Worm tablets developed in tho laboratories oT Rr. D. Juyne & Son. The urrmll. casy-to-take P-W tablets act in a special way to remove Pin-Worms and relieve that tormentink rectal Itch, !o if you suspect Pin-Worms in your ~\.\\d or yourself, aak your druEce!st for a package of JAYNE'S P-W right away, and follow the directions. It's easy to remember: P-W for Pin-Wi.rmn | rewsiiupi| icsl broadcloth li ultd In lh« trimmed pajama. Each .J it packed in itt own cell» 'tooled Ihe military way irn'ei lh« lomout I*c4af) Tuesday, November 12, 1946 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Page Tnrei Social a fid P ertona I lostcss. Phone 738 BetWMA B a. m. and 4 p. nru Social Calendar Thursday, November 14 The Hope Business and Profcs slonal Women's club will hold its annual birthday parly Thursday evening at 7 o'clock at Hotel Barlow. A splendid program has been arranged with Mrs. Gladys Lang- Iford, Stato President of UUle The John Cain Chapter D.A.M *W|U hold its regular monthly lunch VISIT Hope's Exclusive Children's Shop Clothes for Infants — Toddlers — Children Gifts — Toys — Cards SUE and LEE Tots to Teens 223 S. Walnut Phone 949 con meeting at 12:30 noon Wednesday at Hotel Barlow. Hostesses will be Mrs. Frank R. Johnson, Mrs. Charles H. Locke and Mrs. H. .1. Chcsscr. A splendid program has been arranged and all mem bers are urged to attend as important business will come before the meeting. Tuesday, Novemb e r 12 The J.O.Y. class of the Firs Baptist church will meet Tucsdaj evening at 7:30 at Uic homo o Mrs. Nalhan Harbour, 615 South Elm street for its regular monthly business and social meeting. Mrs J. W. Ames svill be associate hos less. Hock and Miss Slclla Wailc o Texaikana, First Stale Vice Prcs idcnl as guest speakers. A rcprc scnlative group from tho Tcxai kana and Preseott clubs and th presidents of the other local o ganizations have been invited. This is a splendid opportunity for Wednesday, November 13 The Paisley I'.T.A. will hold its ogular meeting at 3 o'clock Wed- csday afternoon at the school. The xecutlve board will meet at 2:30. full attendance is urged, Thursday, November 14 Reverend and Mrs. Joe Robinson vill be honor guests at a reception it the club house of the Gas Com- jrcssor Station In Emmet on Thursday evening at 7:30. The reception is being given by the mem- )ers of church. the Emmet Mcthodisl mmebcrs lo members. invite prospective The Azalea Garden Club will meet Thursday, November 14 at Ihc home of Mrs. Moody Willis, 119 South Washington Street at 2 p.m. Mrs. Lylc Brown will be associate The Junior Senior P.T.A. will meet Thursday afternoon at 3:30 at the high school. Mrs. Ray Turner, county health nurse will present Ihc program. The Executive Board will mccl at three o'clock. All members arc urged to attend. Brookwood P.T.A. Executive Board Meeting Monday Al n special call meeting of the Executive board of the Brookwood P.T.A. at Ihe home ot Mrs. R. V. Hcrndon, Jr., on Monday afternoon the problem of a new school for Brookwood was discussed. Superintendent James H. Jones met with the committee and told the group that a new school was impossible unless by a special loan or public meeting at Hope High School Monday night. Harden-Hohea Marriage Announced Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Harden announce the marriage of their daughter, Margaret lo Fred llonea, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Honea of this city. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Reverend S. A. Whitlow, pastor of the First Baptist church in the church parlors at eight o'clock Monday evening November 4. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lee Arnold were Ihc couple's only attendants. The bride was becomingly allir- cd in a blue suil with black accessories and a corsage of red roses. \ Mrs. Arnold wore a grey suit with ' black accessories and n corsage of white carnations. A reception was held at Pine Gardens following the ceremony. The couple are at home at 021 South Elm street. Guests at the wedding were; Mr. i and Mrs. Raymond Cooper and The Doctor Says: BY WILLIAM A. O'BRIEN, Written for NEA Service of sputum collected during ihe night. A special tube may be passed down the bronchi to relieve any constriction and to inject iodized oil, which may produce u temporary improvement. Treatment of bronchiectasis with surgery has brought remarkable re-, suits in those cases in which the , , . . diseased portion of the lung is rein bronchiectasis, the bronchi arc | moved. As bronchiectasis usually expanded as the result of chronic infection which has weakened their walls. Patients with bronchiclasis have a loose cough and bring up large quantities of foul sputum. The infection may follow one of the infectious diseases, of childhood, especially whooping cough or measles. In adults, bronchiectasis can DOROTHY DIX ll Men Are More Cheerful subscription. The committee voted to meet with the Hope School board at a All Sizes We Give and Redeem Eagle Stamps Geo. W. Robison & Co. The Leading Department Store Hope Nashville TALBOT'S Short Lots Miss Floy Mac llonea. 6 oo ues You'll find many real values included in the items listed below for men, women and children. Come in and look at these and many more at TALBOT'S. W.S.C.S. M<=t Monday Afternoon at Church The W.S.C.S. of tho First Methodist church met Monday afternoon at the church for its regular monthly meeting and mission study. The president, Mrs. R. L. Broach opened the meeting with a song with Mrs. T. S. McDavitt at the piano. Mrs. Broach inlroduced the new ministers' wife, Mrs. J. E. Cooper. During the business session committee reports were heard from; Mrs. Gib Lewis, Mrs. Leon Bundy and Mrs. ,J. B. Kooncc. Mrs. B. W. Edwards, chairman of the nominating committee announced two new officers; they were: Mrs. J. B. Kooncc, chairman of S'pirilua. . Life Committee and Mis;.; Clarice 'Cannon, secretary of the Children's ork. Mrs. Charles Wylio, Mrs. Buford oc, Mrs. GCOI-RC Pock, Mrs. K. Hamilton and Mrs. Bill Tom Bundy were appointed as circle aders for the corning year. Mrs. George Newborn, Jr.,.. gave c devotional and Mrs. , B. W. dwards directed the group in a ng with Mrs. T. S. McDavilt ac- ompanying at the piano. Mrs. T. R. Billingsley was prin- pal speaker for the afternoon and scussed the recent address 'World develop after pneumonia or influenza. In individuals of any age, an aspirated foreign body in the lung can be Ihe cause. Some persons apparently are born with weakened bronchi. MILD AT FIRST Bronchietasis begins as uncomplicated, mild chronic bronchitis. As he disease progresses, however the cough becomes more severe and more sputum is brought up, especially if the position of the body s changed. In advanced cases, the fingers become clubtand and the nails develop a resemblance to watch crystals. The diagnosis can be confirmed by X - ray examinations of the chest, for bronchiectasis fills the bronchial system of tubes with a chemical which shows on X - ray. In the beginning, such simple remedies as bed rest and inhalation of steam arc helpful. Solutions of penicillin can be sprayed into the lungs lo Ireal more effeclivcly infections caused by germs which can be destroyed by penicillin. Bv holding his head over the side of Ihe bed on arising in the morning, Ihc patient can drain his lungs develops in the lower portions of the lungs, the cases best suited for surgical treatment arc Ihosc in which the disease is limited to one lobe. LUNG MAY BE REMOVED The enure lung imt> been removed in bronchiectasis cases, and portions of both lungs have been removed wilh success. As bronchiectasis tends to progress, surgical treatment should be considered. It is especially advisab for young patients whose disease is limited lo one portion of the lung. The bronchiectasis patient must be carefully prepared for operation and accavdcd special care while he is on the table. Dr. Thomas J. Kinsella reported in Minnesota Medicine his belief Men are the cheerful sex. Whether they are really happier than women is a moot question, for each heart knoweth its own bitterness, but women think they are, and it s the thing that they envy men more than anything else. There is, of course, no reason i why men should be any jollier than women arc, for life plays no favorites. It distributes its trials and tri- oulations, with an equal hand, to both sexes, and men have just as many sorrows to weep over as women have, just as many anxieties and worries to bear, just as much hard work and struggling to do, but they don't do as much wailing over their lots as women do. It is very seldom that a man puts ashes on his head and spends his time telling all who will listen to his hard luck story, whereas the great majority of women take 111 IVllIlllLOUl." 1V1»JV1IV.1I I*J UU wv.nv.ic,----- tf u that Ihe most grateful patients art pndc in never getting over a grief youni; persons who -have been re- and enjoy nothing so much as dig- iio,,oH r,( r-hrnnin couehine and ex- ging up their misfortunes and hold- ing. QUESTION: me.' ANSWER: Peace Through Christ" by Bishop FOR LADIES SUITS You feet dressed right for the job when you. wear Dickies SHIRTS and PANTS PLEASi, FELLOWS... Give the birds a break. When you take f. pot shot at a bird on a wire the victim doesn't have much of a chance . . . and neither do telephone wires. Last year in the Southwestern Company nearly 3,000 cases of wire trouble were caused by careless hunters. Telephone equipment is bard to get and hard to replace. So won't you please give the birds . . • and us, a break?, Thanks. Southwestern Bell Telephone Company 17 All Wool Suits. 1 '2 price LADIES PRESSES 24 Wool Dresses. 10.95 and 12.95 LADIES SWEATERS All Wool, long sleeve sweaters. 6.95 values. BOYS RAINCOATS These are regular 5.95 values. Now 3.95 BOYS COVERALLS • Real values. Regular 2-.29 value Sizes 1 to 8. Now 1.59 LEATHER COATS Regular 10.95 Boys leather coats, values. Only 4 of these. Now Selectman. The meeting was Ihc benediction. iieved of chronic coughing and ex pccloralion of foul sputum. The change in appearance, allitude, and outlook of such a person is strik- I am 54 years old and have high blood pressure. How long do you think my heart can hold up under the strain, which at present has no.special effect upon The size of a high- blood pressure patient's heart can be measured by a competent physician, who is then able to advise the patient as to his activilies on the basis of Ihe symptoms he presents. Being unable to examine you seasonally, I cannot give you the opinion you seek. Consult your physician. o : ging up ing post - mortems over them. There are sorrows that tear our hearts to pieces and leave wounded ones. The treachery of the husband or wife or friend we trusted. and marrying a man who beats her. A successful man feels that he is sitling on top of the world, but a woman is always looking forward to landing In the poor house. There are a number of reasons why women are less cheerful than men arc. One is that men demand cheerfulness of other men. No Gloomy Gus could ever be elected to any office, or sell a bill of goods. But women encourage melancholy in other women by mingling their tears with the sob sister, and lending a sympathetic ear to her tale of woe. Another reason why men _ are more cheerful than women is because they have more interests to divert them and their careers force Ihem to think about something be: sides their personal griefs. But women, and especially domestic wo-, men. don't have to use more than two lobes of their brains in sweeping and dusting and cooking, and thai gives them time and opportunity to worry and borrow trouble and make a cult of their grievances. And, of course, women are handicapped by a lack of sense of hu- They took the sunshine of our lives with them but even such tragedies as these men bear with rage than women do. mor. Like Queen Victoria, they are not amused. They don't enjoy a funny story and a good belly laugh, closed with — LAST DAY — BLACK BEAUTY" Wednesday & Thursday Girl Scouts Contribute Work The Girl Scouts of troop 2 have been working in the public library of this city during their holidays. Their work consisted of dusting and rearranging books. This work was done to help in obtaining library badges. Those taking part were: Misses Mary Hooper, Jo Ann Brown. Jo nn Shields, Dorolha Mullins, Dor thy Bullock, Anita Copeland, Clara Ulcn, Caroline Hawthorne, Belly Vmos, Tawanna Green, Annie Sue iright and Arthurdalc Hefner. FUR COATS 119.50 Blark Fur Coat. NOW 69.50 On almo;! any job you feel right In Dickie's matched Shirtj and Pants . . . tailored from tough, dresay-looking Army Twill that keeps its color and life through many a wash day. Yes, Dickies are made for Work . . . with strong, man-size pockets. .. roomy seat., . smooth ft) around tho waist, and belt loops in the right places. It doesn't cost.. . il PAYS to dress right for work V) loruvwearing Dickies. Get yours this week at... We Give and Redeem Eagle Stamps Army Cloth 3.98 Each Geo. W. Robison 6-Co HOP! "The Leading Department Store" NASHVILLE 229.50, 40 inch muskrat fur coat, Now 199.50 HAND BAGS Ladies fabric and leather Yz price WINTER SKIRTS One lot for ladies and children' Va price 6.00 Corduroy PANTS 37 pairs of boys corduroy pants. Sizes 3 to 6. Regular 2.95 values. 1.95 Childrens Anklets One lot childrens regular 25c anklets. Good sizes and colors. 15c At Least 30 Are Killed in Peru Quake Lima, Peru, Nov. 12 —(/P)— A least 30 persons were killed in an earthquake which destroyed the town of Sihuas, 20 miles north o Lima, shortly after noon yesterday, an interior ministry announcement said today. The town of Moyobamba, in Libertad department, also was reported destroyed by "the quake, heir troubles in the old kit TS the peppy war song used to go. nnd try to forget them. They nail on their faces the smile that won't come off though God knows, behind t may be deep despair instead of mirth. Talent for Worrying Woman's gift for melancholy and her ability to extract pain instead of pleasure out of every situation, shows' itself in her talent for worrying. She may have had every blessing that the Creator could bestow on his favorite child, but it doesn't keep her from lying awake at night worrying over her husband running off with a blonde, or their losing their money and becoming beggars or her baby girl growing up jreatercou- as a " rule . what they really like is hey IOCK i a good cry . if women ever want to bag, l be tne optimists that men are, they really will have to cultivate their funny bones more and their tear ducts less. (Released by The Bell Syndicate, (Inc.) which apparently hit hardest in Libertad and Ancash departments north of Lima. Details were lacking because of severed communications. Promptly Relieves Coughs From ACHING CHEST COLDS Helps Break Up Surface Congestion! RUB ON MUSTEROLE New Shock Recorded Weston, Mass., Nov. 12 —(/P)— The Boston College seismograph station here recorded an earthquake early today about 200 miles lorth of Lima, Peru, apparently the aftershock of one which destroyed the town of Sihuas yesterday. The Rev. Daniel H. Linehan said the shock was of "moderate in- tensit> and lasted about 90 minutes. It was recorded at 1:06 a. m. (EST). (12:06 a. m. CST. BLANKETS 25% wool blankets. Size 72x84 • Now Only 3.95 ALL WOOL SHIRTS Regular 9.95, 100% all wool shirts. 2 button down flap pockets. Now 6.00 SWEAT SHIRTS Regular 1.69, fleece lined sweat shirts. Sizes 42, 44, 46. Now 1.19 COAT SWEATERS Mens regular 1.95 coat sweaters. Now Only 1.29 — LAST DAY — "IF I'M LUCKY" Wednesday & Thursday WALT DISNEY'S THE STORY: Red McFan, army }ilot, comes home with a cheslful af ribbons and a cocky swagger. He visils the' varnish plant where he worked before the war as a laboratory helper. Old Man Condon, Ihe big boss, greels him warmly. Red had saved his son's life in combat. Conflqn offers Red a, chance lo finish.'school and a part - time job meanwhile. School registration gets Red down but he looks forward to the double - date he and Russ have for lhal night. VI It was 8:30 before Russel sounded his horn out front. Red, who had been waiting impatiently for some lime, went out. He saw thai Russ was driving his convertible, the one he had had before the war. It had a wide front seat and a narrow back one. The girl on the front seat with Russ slid over while Red squeezed through to the back compartment. He didn't know her at first. She Red got quickly out of the car and stood attentively while Russ did the honors. "Miss Clark — Mr. McFan." He took Sally's arm and helped her into the car. Waited until she had adjusted the long skirl of her dress and then climbed in beside her. •; -• •'"ivr- 1 - ' - ''.-•' Russ started Ihe car and the grinding of the worn gear shift dis couraged conversation for a mom cnt. When il had subsided Red took a package of cagarets from his pocket. "Care to smoke?" he asked. Sally Clark turned her-lovely profile and met Red's gaze. "No, thank you," she said. 'I never smoke." She was surveying him with cool blue eyes. •Russel says you just came back from Germany, Mr. McFan. I'd like to get your impression of Ihc must". Xlda hotlln* — soothlm dressing to minor bums— cuts. Highest quality. 1'ot a Mirror Beauty Shop 115 South Elm ' ' • Phone 916 • Our Shop is New and Modern • Our Operators Are Experienced • Call us for , •''. -• an Appointment had some kind of a while snood fastened over her dark hair and a white; .evening gown on under a short coal. He said "Hello," when he saw who she was. Ho was a little surprised to sec Elise Varncy with Russ. Elise smiled at him. "Now we'll pick up your girl," she said. She was experiencing a little pang of guilt. It was hardly fair not lo warn Red what he was headed for. '1 went lo Smith with Sally," she began.... "Smith — cr—," "It's a woman's college," Elise said and knew her oblique warning' was lost upon Red. Russel slipped out from under the wheel when they arrived at Sally Clark's apartment. 'I'll bring her down," he said, came out of the apartment house door with the girl. Red let out u low whistle. Tho girl with Huss was the kind of a girl a GI dreams about, or sees in the movies. Pale blond hair drawn sleekly on toil of her head in a psyche knot. A classic face to match. She wore a yellow dress thai fitted her slim body like , a sheath of a lilv and a silver glit lering cape that made her hail ' seem oven paler. Russian question — did you meet any Russians there? Russian soldiers, I mean." For a moment Red couldn't believe his cars. "Yeah." he said finally. "I met some. Say — do we have lo be so formal? Why nol call me Red?" 'Red? Haven't you any real name?" "Real name....Oh, I get what you mean. Listen, sweetheart, my mot her was a fine woman and I trcas ire her memory, but she made one bad mistake and thai was when she named mo. So just call me Red. Take Sally, now —that's a cute name." "I very much prefer being cal led Miss Clark, if you don't mind,' Sally said. Red stared at her. In the front seal Elise turned he head and called back, 'arc you al ri}{ht back- there? Cozy?" "It's a little chilly," Sally said in noccntly. The reflection from a 1 street lam fell across Elisc'.s face. For on second Red thought she was laugh ing but he couldn't be sure. FilES Hurt Like Sin! But Now I Grin Thousands change groans to grins. Usa a tliii'lin'S formula lo rcliove discomfort oC piles. Sent, druggists by noted Thornton & Minur Clinic. Surprising QUICK palliative relief of pain. itch, irritation. Tends to soflen. shrink swelling. Uss (/or/or* 1 way. 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This was morclikc L, he thought, looking around the limly lit room with satisfaction. ?hey were barely seated in a leath- ir - lined booth before the music itartcd and Rod wanted to dance, f he could get this human icicle nto his arms he might do better. But Sally demurred. She didn't viint to dance — yet. Russ ordered drinks. Several •ounds of them. The drinks began o take the edge off Red's disappointment. This was like old times, ie and Russ together and a couple of good - looking girls. He leaned across the table confidentially. 'Remember that last leave in Paris, Russ'.Tlxisplaoerc- jninds me of that club in Mont- martrc where we wound up that night. You remember where . . ." •Wait a minutt, Red," Russel said loudly. "Your glass is empty. Let me set some move." He made a great to do of signaling the waiter and putting in their order. How in the world had Red «ot ten off on this track, Russ wonder eel, and how was he going to stoi him? He wasn't, it appeared. 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