Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 13, 1946 · Page 3
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wVi tk-Sui*"*- »«J:j»9 *WSp, VX*WMi 3»ai t *iS3&2 w ***i* s ** 1 i « *t» n U t M n J Report ' POULTRY -AND PRODUCE ^ ' Chicago.. Dec. 13 — (UP.>— Pro* Poultry: 17 trucks, steady: no price change. . Cheese: twins 43-14-1 -2: single dasies 45-4G-1-2; swiss 73-76. * Butter-: 325.185 Ibs r»veak: ^03 Score- 79: 92 score 78 -.90 score 76: 89 score 74. - .. ......... , Eggs. 10,119 .cases:, arm: extras 1 and 2. 48-51: 3 and -1, 43 - 46:. Standards 1- and- 2,41-1-2: -3- and -L 40 :< current receipls 39p40; dirties 29-30-1-2; checks 28-29-1-2. 13 . LOUIS LIVESTOCK ' National Stockyards. 111., Dec. —(f)— Hogs, 5,500: fairl>-, ; acttive; Hope Star Star of Hope 1899; Press Consolidated January 18, 1929 Published every weekday afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. C. E. Palmer, President AIM. H. Woihoufrt, Secretary-Tre«uf«r at the Star building 212-214 South Walnut Street, Hope, Ark. Al*x. H. Woshbum, Editor & Publisher Paul H. JoneJ, Managing Editbf George W. Hosmer, Mech. Supt. Jess M. Davis, Advertising Manager Emma G. Thomas, Cashier , , weights 170 Ibs. up arid sows Mostly steady with average Thursday; lighter v. eights steady to' 25 higher; bttlk good and choice 170-240 !bs. 23 85-24.00; top '24.00: mostly !for 220 Ibs. down; 250-300 Ibs. 23.75-85; few 20.60; 310-350 Ibs. 23.25-50: ISO- ISO Ibs. 20.75-21.75f 100,120" 'Ibs 19 25-20.50; sows 500 Ibs down 21.0D to mostlv .21.50; heavier weights "mostly 20,00;; stags 17.00-18.flO: 'GattterrvWQ; * calves,-: 300 : - • demands • . moderately active, and prices' generally steady; a few small lQtk.,mediurn !and good steers and .yearUngs-arbund 19.00.-21.00: some medium, to good- heifers and mixfd •ye'arlmgs • 16,00-21:00: _ Sew goooU eows offered: odd head around lo.SO; cornmon and. me-. dium beef cows 12.00-IoiOO; canners . 5nrl cnt'ers 10.0CK12.flQ; "medium and go'o'g'saus'age. buns TIS.TIO-IUCIP; add nead b.eei bulis 1B.50; choice dealers 50. high'er at' 30;00; god to otioice vealers" 17.5Cr28;75 ; medium ^ good 14.0P-17.'0(L i Sheep, 800; lambs mostly, steady •• tocept top 25 lo.vyer; good; and rjhoice wooled 'lambs :'23:25- 24.00: medium 'and good 19.00-22.5Q ; cull and common thrdwouts. 12.00r.15.00; tine'dium and good ewes 7;50. J GRAIN AND PROVISIONS:'';. i Chicago, Dec.^43k— (flfe-- Profit- faking ^following: : th,ft ,re.ceat>,-ad- fance entered grate: -pits '-today./. AH cereals retrated, although 'the December oats- contracWshbwed • re- listance" to the. downturn. Losses; of more than a cent -were-recorded by. Ivheat and corn at "times, i '.,;.;: '-. • * Selling was touched- off by an-. nouncernent of- 'ihe local' ;Co.mmod^ ' ity Credit Corporati6"n* tn?tv;ft had made no purchases of J c6rn':"or export since Tuesday. The , govern' Entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Hope, Arkansas, under the Act of March 3, 1897. . (AP)—Means Associated Press. JNE^)—Means, Newspaper Enterprise Association. Subscription RaMs: (Always Payable In Advance): By city: carrier per week. 20c; per month ' 83c. Mail rates—in Herrtp;- stecd, Nevada, Howard, Miller • and Uifayette counties, S4.5Q. per year; else- vhere $8.50.: Notional Advertising Arkansas' DoilFcs, Inc.; Reprcscntotiye — Memphis, Tenn ^ri\aiiau9 wv.ii.wj, ...»., ...— ..-^-—, -. , 5terick. Building; Chicago, 400 North Michigan Avenue; New York City, 292 Madison Ave.; Detroit, Mich.. 2842. W. Grand Blvd.; Oklahoma City, 314 Terminal Bldg.; New Orleans, 722 Union St. Member of The Associated Press: The Associated. Press is exclusively entitled to the use for rep'ublication of all news dispatches credited to it dr not otherwise credited .in this paper and also the local news published' herein. ment demanded rallied the markel aboul SI a bale, with the Decem- bee, 1946, delivery at one time showing a gain of $1.70 a. bale. In later dealings a good part of the .ad vance was lost on hedging and prof it Making. The December 1946 delivery 'expired at noon on a final trading price of 31.91 cents a pound,, off $1.5 a bale irpm.'the previous .. close; Firmness;' in spo cotton markets, renewed export in quiry, and:;deniand. . for, .textiles in fluenced .thei.-ea^lbOup^eria; " 14 Persons . Continued from page One facilities were filled up. He was en route home on Furlough from Fort Dix, N. J. The accident was caused by the breaking of an air hose on an east bound 'freight, train. Sheriff Robinson said he was 'informed by a Pennsylvania railroad representative. "The first freight train then stopped," he related. "Then anther south-bound freight train rammed into it and both locomotives overturned. "Just then ihe west-bound passenger train came along and ploughed into the two wrecked freights. Two locomotives pulling the passenger train overturned along with the two coaches. At least three coaches on the rear remained on ic tracks, their lights still burning. Ambulances from. ihis city,. Vooster. Ashland and Shelby wore ent to the scene. L. J. Steele, Mansfield fire chief, •rought' oul an emergency crew nd gave, help to .the injured, The Pennsylvania railroad au- ounced it believed two coaches vhich were not derailed:and which id not overturn carried the GI's. Pvt. Robert Radtke. 18, of Hustis- ord. Wis.. said he was asleep in he second car behind, the double,- icader train. I fell off the seat and awakened vith duffel bags flying all around," he related. "I couldn't see very veil because of steam but I figured something awful must have happened.' ••••'• Iisaw a hole in the side of the car and jumped out." Radtke said he did not notice any, one injured in his car. He said many of the passengers piled out through windows. Coroner D. C. Lavender an early arrival at the scene said he. saw many persons trapped in the wreckage, "some apparently badly hurt." Another observer said some of the passengers fought with each other in their efforts to get out ot the cars. The Red Cross mobilized immediately and soon was dispensing coffee, doughnuts and other :"ood. Pennsylvania railroad announced at Pittsburgh the dead crewmen wore: 1C. H. Patterson (no address available), ongincman on the sec"Golden Tri- angle." The fireman and front brnkeman on the second freight train. (No nannes or addresses available, but, believed to be from Toledo area). C. R. Reed of Louisville, O., fireman on the second engine ol 1 tl»c ''Golden Triangle" was critically hurt. Seven pullrmm curs to the "Golden Triangle" which oscaped damage In the wreck were rerouted and continued on their way. Regarding identification of soldiers killed, a man commented railroad .spokes that . the army customarily withholds the names of casualties pending notification ot FBI Searching ' Continued from Page One home at Meridian, Miss., earlier this week.. His Holler to Mend was dated December i!. Bilbo himself oxpcssed ongerness for Terry's appearance. Through his attorney, Forest 13. .Inekson of .lackscm, Miss., the senator sijid lie wanted the missing witness brought before Hit- commitec dicing wilh'J. Marion Quinn. executive t*ice prosidi'nl of the .Inckson jtate bank. The commit lee agree to sub' poena Quinn and the record of Terry's'personal bank accounts. Jackson lold the committee Terry hud made the same claims of death threats during ihe Mississippi primary campaign last summer which ended with Bilbo's Democratic renomlnation. The attorney also contended ihat Terry had told Quinn he would use the threats as an excuse :iot io testify because he was "afraid he might incriminate himself." Pending further word .'rom Terry the committee listed nine witnesses .1.0r questioning 'today. They included: ICdwin Jones and E. J. Kratt. Charlotte, N. C., contractors who learned up with n Mississippi con HtrucHort firm to win {ho I} 1 ' 0 ™* 000 contract for building Keeslci Field nt Biloxi. Miss. F. T. Newton of HnUiesburg. Miss., and B. L. Knost of Mcrid an, who shared In numerous wartime jobs. , A. B, Friend of Jackson.' Miss., a'contractor who twice .served as Bilbo's campaign manager. William M. Mounter, yircsidenl of the Deposit Guaranty .Unnk and Trust Company at Jackson. Michael T. Morrissey, VicUs- buri?, Miss., contractor; John A. Belian of Vieksburg and Broborl Gundy of. Jackson, not uirther idenlifiod in advance. : . { >wt&»»*vtt6&ff*ffi^' f ^ f * f ™^*£*$lg&&^$p&t%fS&&*£& T—r—r"TT" Friday, December 13, 1946 Social and Persona Phone 768 Between 9 A. M. and 4 P. M. '- ®;;^:- ; s$^^^ .. La,te;:aft;etnQO np.rices; "were 2 cents a bale;"h;ighe.c,;ta;25.,cents low er than the ,'•. previous .close. Mch ' 29..91; Social Calendar Friday, December 13 The Paisley P.T.A. will meet al the school at 7:30 Friday night for a "Fathers Nighl" meeting. The pupils of the school will presenl the program und a full attendance is urged. Tuesday, December 17 The American Legion Auxiliary e office also h'as bought .-_ tvheat- here. since Dec. 5. * Cash prices did riot follow the slump in future's,""'A-.' carl of -No. 2 I hard wheat sold at $2.22,. a. .bushel, 1 " fiighesf pric,e for^this. grade in 26 years although.'red Hvhe.al ^brought $2.30 here last week. .In Minneap : | olis, ca.sh wheat advanced::} cents •or the' secqnd consecutive day, 'i "-"Closing prices were the- lows. Wheat finished -down 1- 1-8—2 1-2, ' - Closins. nrices were at-the, lows. Wheat finished down. 1: 1-8—2 1-2, January $2.12, corn was, off: 1-8 — -J 5-8, January $1.34 •: 1-4—1-2, and i leferred oats ended • 5-8—7-8 down. * JJecember oats were firm,on short covering, up 3-8—3-4 at 84 3^4—1-2. t 1 —• —o-^-. —^— .•• • 5 NEW YO.RJCCQJTONj^ ;: -, % closing' rfls'hi,iii!': ; ToUl:bujfing ^n$ eovenng.;ra.llied the^IcottbhM'titures! Jnt^,ne\v. h^l^il^undi^bfliH^Kaayifc y^n< Sff 4n ,0,' 31.66,. 1 NEW. ORLEANS' COTJON New" Orleans,, J3.ec'. 13 — (A 5 )—Cot-; ton futures bulged in the. lajst few. minutes .of tra'ding here today • on trade buving and/covering. Clos, ing prices were firm $1 a bale high or to five cents lower. Dec high 32.30 — low 31.67 — close O'l C*? " ' Mch high 31:84 — low 31.52— close 31.80-84 May high 31.28 — low 30.97— close Doily Bread Continued-from Page One t, The choice may be justified as symbolical of,-the. subject, whose life was one, of. action rather, than contemplation, despite its infirmity. Doubtless Sir William-- conceived, of his statue, as something which will endure, please, and perhaps inspire long after the presenl critics of his work have departed this earth. He may have emphasized the monumental and artislic at the expense of Ihe photographic and realistic. But he is surely on safe ground is he assumes that, in another generation, few people who see his stalue are going lo worry about whether Mr. Roosevelt cus tomarily wore a cloak. wfli"hoYd" their' 'annual Christmas parly al Ihrec o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Bill Smilh. Glfls will be exchanged and _ n special program has been arranged. A full attendance is urged i Monday, December 16 The Annual Chrlslmas Parly o Ihe Business Women's Circle of the First Baptist church will be held at the home of Mrs. M. S. Bates on South Elm Street Monday even ing at 7:30. The Lottie Moon Christ mns offering will be taken at In I meeting. All members are urged to atlcnd. Hope B. & P. W. Club Dinner Thursday Evening Mrs. Mary Mills and Miss Ruby McKec were hoslesscs al Ihe regular monlhly dinner meclmg of Ihe Hope Business and Professional Women's Club nt Hotel Barlow on Thursday evening. The twenty five members and guests were scaled at the U-shaped lablc which was attractively decorated with the Yuletide colors ol red and green. The central decoration was an arrangement of Holly lighted 31.24-27 Tly high 30.04 30 02 ' low 29.69 — close Oct high 26.93 — low 26.69 — close -26.84B B-bid. to t futures, clos.etp50. $ bale higher than ? the close. . (XT DfeTT'-htgh-32'.5<r— 'low 31.91'—' .,_ „„.., _ "'last 31.91'off-31,: are being drawn for a fight in Con'" ' • high• i 3V.8fr'-*-rloW"31:56'—lasf.LgYes's"'over'ttie''su'gaY-'shdr'tagB.'-' previous By OV.ID. A. MARTIN I " Associated Pre.ss.,Farm Reporter Washington, Dec. 13 — (£>)— Lines '31.82-85 .up 21-24 The issue will center on the Tru- May hiRh-SliSS-.—»,;low*31.02 —'last''man administration'.s policy ot * 31.32-36 up 20-24 : 7 M snaring, sugar -:produced 'in~-the Jly, high 30-18 —"low. 29.S2:—-...last Caribbean area with Europe -and ? 30.13 up 19. Canada. This policy was started pet high,27.05,— low 26.75 — last early in the war, in order to assure: J 0-7 nn „« in I tnis country's fighting allies of-es- w.ar as .over, and 27.00 up 10 "Dec high 26.65 — low 26.2.3 — last 26.65up29 I sential supplies. ,Now that 4 'the IMch 1948 high 26,05'.-.—r low 25.93 world sugar., production is incre.as- •;/— last .26,:15N.- up-:22: ; "- ' ing 'from ' ttie low levels' to which •*. -Middling spot:32.94N,ijua 23,, ', N-nominaL =>' 1 (x) Trading in December. (1946) futures expired at noon today. 4 « New York, Dec. 1 .3— WP)— Cot- it d.rop:pe.d7"du.rin,&, the conflict, there are, many wh,p contend, that | sharing should be abandoned. Lining up on one side are many industrial users, such ' as candy- makers, bakers, soft drink bot- ton futures developedian irregular tiers, and food processors. Like in- tiatte^n with'prices, mavirtg.bveria dividual consumers, they are being tairly "jvide.; range: today. In early rattened. They are, allowed only uo .dealings'mill buying, and replace- per cent of the quantity they used . Atlanta, Dec. 13 — (IP)— The disastrous \Vinecoff hotel blaze which brought death to., 1.21'; guests and injuries to " a 'hundred others, has spurred • southern".' cities to demand more' 'stringent' fWe. law's and :: .a tigtitening of building codes. , ..' :, While ' investigators ' . pr.obed;, through' ,th,e' gUtted • wreckage .of ; 'ihe' fS'stb'r'y hotel;' qity. 'and stale officials., thrpughqut. tne south', .were asking 'for, a reyi^idix, df. bul,-m.pded laws.' 1 , ' •• ''.! • :." ' .. . '• : 'Mil' Atlanta,, 'Bire• Marshal • Harry Phillips pointed.out "that 'the Winecoff r arid most, other hotels in the city.-were ob.ver.ed'by an old''sire coc|e in effect at the time of their construction. A- newer' law, adopted Dec. 3, 1945',.-'applies' only io buildings efe.cted since thai time, he said. He recommended that the later ordi ; nance be made retroactive. •. 'The, Birmingham, City, Commission was awaiting a-report from firemen"'it ordered, to'Atlanta to study, • Ihe, cpnflagraUon,. Safety Commissioner Eugene. Connor said he.would.ask "for. a separate alarm, system firepro.gi/doors and outside fire escapes "incorporated into spe cificatiqns lhat are how met bj most Birmingham hostelries. ; Memphis, for tVxe past five, years, has.'been developing a new build- HELPS KIDNEYS « Hemoye Harmful I input Hies; jn 1941. These users want more sugar _,. They have a potential market for more of Iheii- producls lhan Ihey T can make with Iheir limiled sugar t « Back%ch5,lps$pf the pl4 pep; getting up supplies. j nights, and headapiieaje.of.tcji.caused by They argue that the employment .'nothing,more thaf^iippj-oper/kidn^yac- level of sugar-using industries has >tipn.due to exqess.acid,m the uripe. The been held down and. 'that many i(kidneys.are, one.of Nafyre's,way? of, re- sma ll businesses dependent upon Amoving impurities from,the b)»pd. And sugar have .been forced ito suspend •When these impuritji.es-, basis up. trouble operations, •maystart. --••- «-., ••', -.';! • ; | HC i^i«n ,,,i '. So if you have these, troubles, give ypur tjdneys and bladder a good flu'shing out . taking Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- Root. It works en the kidneys to 'flush them out i . . increasing the flow of, urine to help re- ,lieve that, excess acidity and caM that Jburning senjatipn .wbefl you pass wattr . , . helps that, bladder,- irritation.- that ,inak?s ypu get up nightsi. ' { Madeof 16 herbs, rpots, vegetables, and' *al3oms, P" Vamp-Root is, absolutely non- abit forming •three generations,. hayp taken ;it fpt : . of ten, wit fa wonder T , , •Jul results. Caution; take as directed' For free trial supply, 8end,to Dept, X, 'Kilmer & Co., Inc., Bo* 1255, Stamford, •Conn. Or — get full-8ize4 bottle of Swarojp. j?bot today at your drug'store. ' with these users ncHv i dfua i consumers are wjio have grown ti^ed of being limiled to ralions' levels averaging 25 pounds a person a year. The total'per capita s'upply available this-iyear'wa's about 73-pound,s, to consumers and that, granted In- including' that "rationed': directly to consumers-and that granted industrial users. This compares %vith a,per capita'average of 100 pounds before tne war. • A delegation of industrial users and distributors told Secretary 6f Agriculture. Clinton P. Anderson recently that at least enough sugar ing code which is about ready i'or submission'to the city commission Chairman Max H. Furbringer, Memphis architect, said the new code, would include lessons from major, fires and, at the same time, "make safe buildings econmical to construct" Fire Chief Gann Nalley of ; Little Rock said he would ask the stale legislature to, require all hotels to install general i alarm systems. A city ordinance already orders put- sidei fire escapes- on all buildings •o'l-more.than,twp stories. ' Montgomery sent Fire Chief R. L. Lampley.to Atlanta to.prepare recommendations ior a revision of thai city's building code. Mayor Hohn Gpodwyn sajcl he w'puld order into .effect any needed changes and the Alabania league of municipali- 'ties, representing more lhan lowns, may ask members to follow Lampley's report. A. C. Hutson, assislanl fire engineer of. the national board of fire underwirters, investigated the Winecoff blaze and told a meeting of- New Orleans, fire prevention agencies that unenclosed stairways '="•""''•'*' "i *^"* 1 ' ^"uV 6 " •""?£* were the principal reason the should be made available xo the Atla ' nta fi re made such rapid progress from the third to the eleventh floor. New Orleans and other Louisiana cities are considering laws to eliminate room .transoms in hotels. In Knoxyille, Fire Chief C. M. Johnson and, Fire Inspector Herman, Whitl ordered landlords to erect fire escapes on hotels and apartment houses wilhin seven days or, close,up. Uniled Scales in 1947 lo re-eslablish per capita consumplion to ihe prewar level. Governmenl sugar experts say this is impossible if the United States is'to live up to its interna- I tional obligations and is nol io play a "hoggish role." They contend thai world production-of sugar, wh^le increasing, is not enough'to.'allow all countries 'raise consumption to pre-war levels. o STEALS HOME Chicago," D,ec. 13 — — Allen P. McDermott, a former lieutenant co,m'ma;ider in the navy, converted a']2-place military glider into a mobile home he planned on using for vacation trips. But he told, the Summerdale police "Ihe ex-glider apparently nas taken wing, for il was missing from a parking lot. McDermoU nad detached the wings and trimmed down the glider to a six foot width and 26-fOQt length. 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PRACTICAL/ .10 6AV . 0/t/y PIPPEP IN NATURAL RUBBER I ENAMELED IM.8RI&VIT •2 STICKS. SA0H G0KD. BOfNP WITH- NATURAL RUBBER? PR6SSEP WITH NATURAL RUBBER I ' VVLMMZEP TO CARCASS WITH- NATURAL a/gs, A TREAP, A 5AFEK PRINTED &.YARNISHEP OK BOW S&GAME.S. -PAV/S JST-HE OMIY KNOWN TIKE TWAT B6AI?S A PEF/NITe, WRITTEN Jd-/V\ONT{l PKQ-RPtfSV GUARANTEE/ •for 15YEARS NNUHCUT * IN NORMAL use. W' BODY/ CANT LEAK/ SMOOTH, NO. PRV \NR\TIN& ON ANV PAPER! HOME QWNIEP ANO QPIRATE0 BY Leather Covered Plqid Fabric Covered JONES 210 S. Main I inlerspcrsed wilh red lapcrs and ed berries. Mrs. Lawrence Marlin who was a ucsl lold Ihe Chrlslmas Slory, The Second Christmas," and Mrs. 'holma Moore conducted a short usincss session. Miss Mary Francs Irvin was welcomed as a new nember. Miss Jack Porter read i Christmas message from Miss Jean Laslcr. Following the dinner gifts were exchanged. Mrs. F. C. Crow's Clans 'arty Thursday Night Members ot Mrs. F, C. Crow's Sunday School class of the First Methodist church were entertained with a parly at Hie home of Miss Mclba Jo Kimberly on Thursday evening. Games and conlesls were on- New Bishop for Arkansas Is Native Washington, Dec, 12 —(/P) — Pope Pius XII has appointed the most Rev. Alberl L. Flelcher as bisnop of Ihe Calholic diocese of Lilllt Rock, Ark., Archbishop Amleto Giovanni Cicognani, Aposlolic delegale lo the United Slalcs, an nounced loday, no time lo Bishop Fletcher, !>0, succeeds the t t lute Bishop John B. Morris, who | ? a j* snd ° l died last Oclobcr aflcr direvling affairs of Arkansas Calholics for HOFI s T A ** H ° * '' A R K A N S A JM DOROTHY DIX Unwilling Suitor DEAR MISS DIX: I have been can't get you, but it you dilly -dal go?n E g A wi.tn"f woman for several - - -, .m fn.t. UU1H& wiui « vvwi»*»»* *•«» -ii years who is a divorcee, wilh a grown son, and who is many years older lhan I am. When I firsl met her she would always insist on knowing what our plans for inc next day. This kept on until it made me feel automalically obligated to see her every day, so f had no time to ever make any other see any of my girl Sunday School Lesson The Internalional Sunday School Lesson for December 15. iV'about iVyou "are lost. ' A letter on Christian Brotherhood jy aooui ^ Scriplure: The Book of Philemon DEAR DOROTHY DIX: I am 24 BY WILLIAM E. GILROY, D. D Shle's a i d am e dTvo^cd" 1 from The one - ehapler Book, of Phile Ihcifll'lhcr 1 fTeel lhal Ihe child- mon has been the occasion of m 40 years. Bishop Flelcher is a unlive of Little Rock and is Arkansas first native-born Catholic. He taughl for nany years al St. John's Seminary, where he studied for priesthood. Liumus uim UUMI.\-O«.^ *"-* •- -•• joyed and gifts were exchanged from a beautifully Chrlslmas Iree. decorated nrisimua ii^c. During Ihe social hour Ihe hostess served delicious refreshments lo the following; Mary Anita Laster, Palsy McPhcrson, Earlouise Thornton, Mary Alice Urrey, Jean Single. Peggy Pentecost, Nell Coffee Norma Jean Franks, Belly Sue Edmiaslon, Mary Louise Cope land and Nilla Dean Complon. Student Recital On December 14 Mrs. O. A. Boyell will presenl her piano pupils in a Christmas recital at her home on South Main slrcct Saturday afternoon. The following pupils will be _ presented at two o'clock; Marjoric Russell, lolds B. S., M. fc>. , u. u., dim PH. D. degrees, is the fourlh bishop of Ihe 100-year-old Lillle Rock diocese. He was named vicar general of Ihe diocese in 1033. He previously served as vice-chancellor and chancellor. most" Rev. Flelcher, B. S., M. S. , D. D., who and Native of Little Rock Lillle Rock, Dec. 12 -(UP) — Bishop Alberl L. Flelchcr, appointed by Pope Pius XI as bisnop ol Ihe Lillle Rock diocese, was born In Lltle Rock Oct. 28, 1896, the son of the lale Dr. Thomas M. Fletcher and Mrs. Fletcher who now lives in Texarkana. _ The family moved to Paris, Ark., I have never told her lhal I love her, bul she is always lolling me how much she loves me. She has a habil of asking my friends, or anyone in a posilion lo know, all kinds of qucslions about me—why I do not marry her, if I call up anyone on the telephone, or go to see other girls, etc. 1 know some nice girls who are younger lhan I am and I would like lo marry one of them and sel- lle down, as I am well in my middle age now, bul I jusl haven I Ihe backbone lo break wilh Ihis woman. Whal would you advise me lo do? uiuir lauinji. *• AW-*. *••«•. ....— -.-- — rcn need a father's love and understanding. Also, 1 crave the companionship of a husband. . A boy, who is 20 years old, has fallen In love with me and asked me lo marry him, bul I do nol know whal lo do as I Ihink be is lo young to Ihink of marrying anyone, especially one who has been previously married and has Iwo children. I have had one unhappy marriage and I do nol wanl lo make anolher which might also tcirninale in divorce. ANSWER: The four years' difference in age between you and the boy are nol much on Ihe calendar bul Ihey are a long, long lime in experience when Ihe woman has been married and borne childrer and been divorced. So I Ihink i would be a very hazardous venlure for you lo marry Ihis boy. He is 111UI1 licit) wtvill m%. v~~ «„.,,--—— ense conlroversy. And, as I hav 1 ' , disparager ui j. <iui ..»•- -.-— upon il lo at- lack his allilude loward slavery. The chapler oughl, therefore, lo be examined carefully in all ils implications. Was Paul a defender of the in- slilulion of slavery? If nol, did he lake loward il a weak and compromising allilude? Or does the Epistle relate only to a specific case in which two Chris- Battle for Harbin/ Manchurian Point, Appears Shaping Nanking, Dec. 12 — (/P)— Manchuria's long awailed bailie for Harbin appeared lo be shaping up loday. Unconfirmed reports to the news paper Hsin Min Pao said eighl government divisions opened a three pronged offensive in the di rection of the city. The paper added lhat 10.000 Com munisl troops crossed the Sungar river from Hisiushuilienlze, 80 miles soulhwest of Harbin, to attack government positions on the south bank. (Form Peping, Associated Press Correspondent Tom Maslerson ANSWER: Of course the woman Will marry you, for her will power is so much greater lhan yours that you haven't a chance on earth to escape her.. She will henpeck the life out of you and wear the pants, and lell you where you gel on and gel off. Bul if you are so spineless ,„ tor you to marry ims uuy. nu 1= T - w - I still just a lad, to young to know what real love is, loo young lo The lamny moveci to jrans, /^i"., get on. ouu u j"j" «"u "^ ^r"-*-"- ter lo Tontilown and slill laler lo as you appear lo be, perhaps what [cna. Bishop Fletcher — the you need is a mother instead of a s; Btrsnsui KSJ afj; ^» b .rs, aa cnmvR nf r'rnoncrv which extended J.uay ^.v 1 ^,' nin.. T« n^rr.-M-c r.nr. tJUQy ivlilj. u"J\j; i-'vn .. ....«• —-thy Bullock, Billy Jo Rogers, Lor- Gifts of FINE JEWELRY From our Excellent stock which is now at its peak! For the Lady of Your Heart MAY WE SUGGEST - - - Solid Gold Watches • Columbia Diamonds • Elgin Compacts & Cigarette Cases • Bracelets & Sets • Dinner Rings • 1-2-3 Strand Pearls • Rock Sharpe Glassware Castleton and Haviland China KEITH'S JEWELRY IUIIU. -uioiiui-i * .*-«.-••-• - ourth bishop of the Catholic dio ese of Little Rock — was graduat- d from the high school department of Little Rock college und itcr Sroin the college. . . He was ordiancd to the pricsl- ood by Bishoo Morris in cercmo- lies al St. Andrew's cathedral. He was appointed chancellor of he diocese aflcr becoming a member ot the Liltle Rock college acuity, and later Bishop Morris named him as vicar general of the diocese, the position he held at the time of his predecessor's death. Bishop Fletcher lives at ol John's Seminary. wife. Knows Her Technique Cerlainly Ihe lady is a foxy old campaigner, for Ihe way she con- ella Munn, Paula Ralcy and Ann Adams. At three o'clock the following pupils will be presented, Marylin Shiver, Ann Barr Gay e Foster, Marjone Russell, Sue Willis Linda Foster, Belly Jo Miller, Donna Lou Cunningham, Lois Whillcn, Jan Moses, Claudclle Mc- Conncll, Barbara Taylor and Dar- rcll Crank. Coming and Going Miss Gwendolyn Dean arrived Wednesday to spend the Chmlmas holidays with her molher, Mis. In a Dean here. For the P«t year and a half Miss Dean has served as an Army Hostess m the Euio- pcan thealer. Ucllllpctlglic:! , ivi i,n\, .TUJ w..w dueled her courtship of you shows her to be both crafty and aggressive. By lying you down to a daily date she cut you .off from escape. It is an old trick and what I wonder is thai you didn't see through it and flee while you had, at least, a chance of making a getaway. However, it is nol yel loo late for you to escape and save yourself. My advice lo you is nol to try to make any open break with your caplor, bul lo sneak away and marry the girl you want. After you are safely tied lo anolher she YVJIUl. i Cui jwv\i •&! *w ^ « w O -- wanl lo selllc down and lake on his shoulders Ihe burden of a ready made family, cerlainly loo young lo know how lo deal wilh another man's children, while you are a mature woman who wants security. As I see it, such a marriage would have small chance of turning out well. DEAR MISS DIX: A girl I met in school is head over heels in love wilh me. How can I lell her lhal lian friends of Paul were concerned , in no way referring lo Ihe general issue of slavery? Here are Ihe circumslances: Onesimus, who had stolen some of Philemon's goods before running away had become a Chrislian due lo Paul's influence. Whal should Onesimus do now? Whelher il was Onesimus' own idea lhat he go back to his masler, or whelher Paul urged him lo do so, is nol clear. In any case, he was reluming, Ihus subjecting himself to the dual danger of his mas- ler's wralh and of severe legal pan-1 allies. Now nole Ihe facts: Paul was the minisler of a gospel lhal he knew slruck at the very heart of slavery. In his own mind slavery was already abolished. Onesimus, the slave, was as much his Christian brother as was Philemon, the master. radioed that Communist troops ad Mrs. Truman Is Named Defendant in Damage Suit Kansas City, Dec. 12 —UP)— Mrs. Bess Truman was named a Defendant today in a $10.000 damage suit brought in circuit court here as a sequel to a car accident. Henry J. Nicholson, identified as driver of Mrs. Truman's car, was named the principal defendant. The president's wife was not m the car at the time of the accident which occurred last June near Warrenton, Mo. She was made defendant as Nicholson's employer and owner of the car. Mrs. Nolle Motley Pearson of Auxvassc, Mo., the plaintm, charged her husband died as Ine •esull of injuries suffered in the accident. She charged Nicholson was driving on the wrong side ot vanced to within five miles of Paoting, capital of Hopeh province, in their renewed assault on that Pciping-Hankow railway hub. That was an advance of live miles since yesterday.) should act while proceeding towarc that goal of freedom and equality which, despite our high professions is still a long way off. the traffic lane. own home remedy for relieving miseries of . children's colds. A LARGE ASSORTMENT ,h me. How can I tell her mat " p a ' f knVw that when all men . d ?_ "SL c ^,«S r , hC ' Wlth ° Ut were of his mind and heart there of hurling her feelings? DONALD ANSWER: Don't lell her. you are nol engaged lo her, so you are under no obligalion whalever lo marry her. In such a case the besl lechnique is Ihe fadeaway system. Just don't date her. Don t ac- cepl any invitations from her. Just give her the absent. treatment. . Love can't stand that. Copyright by J. C. Kolon; Olstr'.buled by NEA SERVICE, JEANNETTE COVERT NOLAK would be no slavery in the world. Bul slavery was a greal and ler- rible realily in lhal Roman world. Paul would have been as powerless to uproot slavery in lhal pagan ' world as was David Livingstone, cenluries laler, in Ihe heart of Africa. What was Paul to do? . • • With high Christian stralegy, Paul appealed lo Philemon as • a ' Chrislian, offering him Ihe great] ens QUANTITY Petroleum J< mllty el the a W dwton domsnd. 3«vhlr ' —cut*, ecrape! THE STORY: Sidney Cameron, 19, is sitling alone on Ihe porch steps after a dale when she is joined by her brother Jeff, 22, Jeff admits he hates his bank-clerk ]9b, says he wants to be a cartoonist. These are the oldest of the Cameron children. Major Cemeron, veteran of the Lost Cause, is a man who believes the spirit of the Old South can never die. He scorns the Yankee town he lives in, hates drumming Spunky Mule Tobacco, dreams idly of being able to take his family to more elegant surroundings. Miss Amy, kindly wife and mother, never questions anything he does. The other children include: beautiful, trusting Rose who has had a secret "adventure wilh a.sluange young man (as has Sidney); Hannah, 12; and Beau 10. The year is 1910. Sidney was silenl a moment "The poinl is, Papa is.bone-lazy. "Whal! The very idea of your saying such a Ihing" "No! Papa is—he's old. "Well, he is, Jeff." v^iii 10 naii) uj-t%,i "i^ jii4.» v«.v Q.——(Released bTThlBell Syndicate, Allege ot acting injfe s^of the principle of Christian brotherhood, transcending caste and class, as clearly as it has ever been asserted. That principle holds today in the continued conflicts of class, if not of slavery, ft tells men how Ihey Beware Coughs from common colds That Hang On Creomulsion relieves promptly because it goes right to the seat of tne trouble to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm, and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender, in- named bronchial mucous .membranes. Tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with the un- "A career as a cartoonist in San Francisco?" "Yes, for some lucky son - of - a gun." ; "Jeff," Sidney said seriously, "you do want to get away from Blakesville and the bank and — everything, don't you?" "Yes,' he said, "from everything Maybe I oughtn't want "to do that-r "I Ihink you .?ught. I'm sure of it. The whole set - up here is so A well designed card with an appropriate message is the' best bearer of your Christmas greetings. Come in now to make your selections. 98c JU. J-iiv; \yi.nj*w u^v —i- • f unfair, so against you. And if you don'l make Ihe break soon, you never will. Well, Ihis may be your chance, and you've got lo lake it. i"I don't suppose I'd win. There 11 be thousands of people trying." rYou musl do it, Jeff. Send m some of your best things, the hill- bijlies. Please say you will. Promise me!" , , He laughed excitedly, on a shaky note, promising . Bul when Sidney had left him, when he was in bed, staring into blackness, excitemenl began lo seep away. , , What i£ he did enter the contest, a oe o reomuson - derstanding you must like the way, it quickly allays the cough or you are to have your money back. ,' . CREOMULSION for Coughs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis • O.. IN*. We wish to announce that we will be open for Business Monday, December 16. No meat for curing will be accepted unless appointment is made. Phone 202 for Appointment. The following services are offered ... • Sugar Curing Hickory Smoking Lard Rendering Sausage Making Meat Storage Locker Service Quick Freezing (30° Below Zero) Poultry Processing WATCH FOR FORMAL OPENING OF ARKANSAS' NEWEST AND MOST MODERN FROZEN FOOD LOCKER, H6>H FROZEN FOOD LOCKER PLANT ,. _„, _jff. submitting some of Ihe hillbilly skel "Yes, and we didn t know him ches ( wn ich could be made much when he was young. Bul he musl heller, wilh a little extra effort) or have been bone-lazy then, too, to lhat cray on drawing ot Ihe Major gel such a good slart." M h n 'hjs Confederate uniform, Ihe one - - - ,,,,., i unsive, iiiuyuc—iuuLi 6 n in, ...... righl if you don I think u- mean t jt to be at all; it jusl work boul him." „ ed oul that way. He probably would "He's all right, anyway. , n't enter, but if he did he couldn "I never could sec, why you had win Not j e ££ Cameron of Blakes lo be blind lo Ihe truth just because ym.^ i nc j. it simply couldn't hap you're related to a person." ..pen. But supposing he did win' "Will you shut up, Sidney? f tell K. Iow cou ] d nc go off to San Fran you, I'm fond of Papa. 1 respect | cisco> - ••-- ! -—' "That," Sidney said "is your privilege." I'lOW COUIQ IIU KU Ull HJ VJQM ?•'"•• Cisco, clear across the continent , , deserting his family :.. somberly, | (To Be Continued) HAMM TIRE & APPLIANCE CO. Your General Electric Dealer OFFERS YOU THESE FINE ITEMS FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFTS I ID j uui I-" i vin-ti*-. Jeff laughed suddenly. "Come on in Sid. I'll show you somelhmg. "What? Cartoons?" , , "You'll see," he said and pulled her to her feet and afler him into the sleep - hushed house. They went up lo Jell's room; he closed Ihe door, lighled Ihe unshad- ed gas jet. He got a sheaf of drawing paper from his bureau and I spread Ihe papers on the bed. "What do you think of them? Honestly?" Celebrate Surrender 'GE' Clocks Several models to choose from 'GE' Automatic Irons An ideal gift 'GE' Automatic Blankets Including two-control type 'GE' Coffee Makers Including the automatic models 'GE'Travel Irons With suede zipper case 'GE' Radios Including the self charging portable By SAM SOKI ^ Tehran, Dec. 12 — (UP)—Nearly iThere were u dozen skelches o£ 3 Tehran Dec.^-^7^^ dii'vcrsc subjects.ranging i££ Under of the Azerbaijan semi-au- bTr n?s 11 ^lf v° s n? n ls Sir s m ts$s cd ,as fela 3 :^ to r tk '»>*"•• " Azci ' bai - T Cd la nTthfMa1 0 or P s a ro°u{c e Onc^ troops were advanc- ''"- 51 St 3r5 3 IK rrfhrt^^tt-dVa own mucn sligntei laiLiu n-uubm .• , , .. ononnrf SS province .«.. -- ital and the second "^«'™:rs:^:|s ?n 0i s ;i K ^ C Teff erinned "Well, gosh, I'm The celebrating demonstrators larii vfu think so The Taft and shook their fists at members of Ithl ^ooseveH-thVrS Just slero- the left-wine Tudeh party as the typed stuff But these hillbilly guys crowd marched past Ihe Tudeh t 1 S^ciryo^' sTd^Thetre d ^ ng live the Shahi Long live more or less new." Ghavam! Death to Pishevari and "Yes, they are. Originals." I all those who want to sell the lira, utcj o»w. «—** o .. -•_ 'See Ihis one? I caught him m the hotel last night. Caved - in hal, whiskers—" "And the wrinkled pants. I love those pants, Jeff" "Do you?" He was pleased rather nervous. "Now this one, with the wad in his cheek—" "Oh, he's a terribly sweet old thing. I adore him!" Sidney went through them all again, nodding, commenting, criticizing. "Whal el- Phone 202 415 S. Main St. HOPE, ARKANSAS wujjiiiiciiniie, •-• n.-*»."--o' "—- ,, se have you got to show me.' "Nothing. That's the exhibition. But his tone held something back. "What else, Jeff?" .... T i "Well, there's just this clipping 1 tore out of a magazine." He took the clinping from his pocket. ' An advcrlfsemenl. I don'l know why 1 saved it. This San Francisco newspaper is having a contest—'nationwide,' il says. You submit your darwings; certain rules you have lo follow of course. Then a commil- jtee of famous cartoonists act as 3U "Oh, a contesl? I don'l believe in contests." . "But wait, Sid. This contesl doesn't have a prize—or, rulhcr, the prize is a job with the paper. Read here: 'Unusual chance lor the gifted aimileur. The _ hi".ni'onrt to a professional career.' country to foreigners," the demon stralors shunted. Unconfirmed reports from Ta briz said Jaafar Pishevari, leade of tlic Democrat party whicl formed tlic A/erbaijan .regime, hac fled to Russia. The Soviet ;roi tier -forms the northern boundur of Azerbaijan. Pishevari was sai lo be accompanied by M. Dynasl lian, leader of the Fidayis (armec peasants!. Iranian War Minister Ahmed Al medi announced yesterday afte noon lhat hi? had received a mes- nagc from Pislievari saying ho !iad ordered his troops to lay down their arms and permit the govern- mcMil forces to occupy tlio province .Pi-L-mier Ahmed Ghavam announced earlier ho hud sent troops Also Nationally Advertised Brands of Other Items Including ELECTRIC PERCOLATORS ELECTRIC DOOR CHIMES AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC IRONS ELECTRIC TOASTERS ELECTRIC RAZORS RADIOS, PORTABLE RECORD PLAYERS, and RADIO PHONOGRAPH COMBINATIONS ELECTRIC OZONATORS (For purifying room air and removal of odors) ALSO Coaster Wagons.... Scooters and Toys into Azerbaijan to supervise elec- lions. P.S. ARABS STAND PAT Cairo, Dec. — (#"i — El said \_. a. i i w, -t-' *- »- • \- ~ • ii Jamal El Husseini .acting head oi Ihe Arab exocutivt: commiltee of Palealinc, said today that repre- senlativics of the si?vcn Arab states in I hi- Arab league have reaffirmed thi?ir refusal to sit with Jc M .sisli roprosi'iilalivt's in any con- I'orcnco i-un( 01 niin.l ili« Holy Laud. A Set of our 'Goodyear Deluxe Tires Would Be a Nice Christmas Present for the Family Car. HAMM TIRE & APPLIANCE (0. 215 S. Walnut GE DEALER Hope, Ark.

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