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Twa HOPE STAR, ARKANSAS Phone 7-3431 g?Uv*fcn 8 - ?.----:-•.- I-.-.?* .i-m-.-ia *,.«.-* . ._...-. .:. ,«....= ^. ;| ETY A.M. and 4 f».M, Newt Briefs Calendar Saturday, Nlbvembif 22 the ladirs of the OarrctI Memorial Ba.ptisl Church will sponsor n bako snle, Saturday, Nov. 22 in the old Stewnrl Jrwi-lry store blrtg. For special 7-G693. orders call 7-27G.1 or Monday, November £4 Wednesday. Nov. 20 .it 2 p. in. Coming and Going Mr. niul Mrs Garret! Willis and Mr and Mrs. f. Dale Tcih'hchtakiir vistton DIP Hev. and Mrs; Ga,rl Willis ill Snmm-rs, Ark.', last,.\ve6kiihd. Mr and Mrs Gurrott Willis also visited Mr. nnd Mrs. Steve Bnell Irt 'Fnypllfvllle. Mr. Willi<t fittericlc'cl The VFW Auxiliary will meet ' lh «> University nf Ark.-SMU football TAlpfet (APi—Comrtilttiist-ariti; lery fesiimenl filing fitfully at Ihei tjuerntij' tslandS today. 11 was an- 6thor .o'dd-ntttobtsriTl day in the oti- fcnd-of? duel fiver the Natinnalisi- hcld dishorn Islands. JKttUSALfcM iAl'1-An Israeli flrmy spokesman charged that Syrinhj} opened fire agfiili today on nti Israeli reclamation area SoiHh of Lake Huleh The area was the scene (if a c!n«h Thursday liighl. No CaSlinltles wen- repnrlecS Jfom cilhnr incident. Monday, Nov. 24 ot the home of Mrs Alvin Willis. Tuestlav. IMoveber 25 CJi;.; •!• r AK of PEO will meet Tur.<iiiiy. November 25 at 3 p. m. in tin- home of MtS." Mable Elli- rirf«e will) Mrs. W.'.'.Y. Hosier and Mrs. VV. W. Complon as to- t!i!.- hoi'nf \\iili Mrs less;. Cdsmopnlllnn Club will meet iy. N"y. 25 at 7MS p. ni. in ' ot Mrs George Newborn Kelly Bryant as fn-hns- W«thicsd,iy November 2fi All Girl Scouts. Brownie .Leaders & Committees will meet at the C.id Scouts Little House "a I Fair. Park. AENGER LAST DAY —2 BIG HITS GEORGE ttlriud )hi'i Dulled MliU PLUS LATE SHOW TONITE 11:66 P. M. Reviews Kisf Me Kate and The Old Man TELEVISION IN REVIEW By WILLIAM EWALD United Press International NKW YO»K (UPD— Along with many vit-v i rs Thursday night, 1 was faced with a problem: Wilh then usual thought/illness, the broadcasters had overlapped the last hour ot NBC-TV's "Kins Me K;-.lp" with the first hour of William Faulkner's "the Old Alan" on CBS-TV's "Playhouse IJU -" It may have seemed like a AMMAN, Jordan tAPi — The Untied States has ordered $484,000 WoHh of "railway equipmeht from ttH to rcriovate Jordan's single raili'bttd, ll\o U. S. Embassy an hounded lodny. Ah ngrcomont ha? P,X?SV SAID. The SOO-mlle railroad runs soti'h from Sy.rla through Amman to Nat|b Ishlar, about 50 miles from Jordan's only port at Aqaba. A LASS to. Italy (AP)-Gen. Vi'.- lorio Ambrosio, 79, chief of the Italian general staff during the 'alter part of World War It, died Thursday. COLOMBO, Ceylon (APi — The hew. U.S. ambassador to Ceylon, J. Larraptori Berry, arrived today on the liner Oranjo. Berry, a career diplomat, succeeds department store magnate Maxwell H, Gluck. RANGOON, Burma (AP>— The first consignment of American arms and equipment for the Bur...... , . . - > 11CS « army was being unloaded terrible choice a I the beginning of here loday. the nveniiui, but 'after watching the first H5 minutes of "Kiss Me Kale." I found myself switching to CBS-TV without much pain. It wiis not that' "kiss Me Kate" was bad. Not at nil. The portion of the "Hallmark Hall of Kami}'.' special tliiii I caught had an air nf sumnloiisnc'ss about it. Meticulous attention had been paid to detail. Some ot the Score — "We OPPII In Venice" for examole—is Cole Porter at "his kidding best. But despite all the gloss, 1 simply didn't care. It all looked io mo like the sort of glittering STARTS SUNDAY e Adults Only • Lower Floor Balcony , , twaddle that amuses Helen Hokln- son eluib Indies at matinees. 1 found Alfred Drake stiff, Patricia Morrison too Broadwnyish —her playing 'was almost com- plelely lacking in shading's, overstated in typical musical comedy style — the gangster parts strictly comic strip and one No^ro role a rather offensive stereotype. Julie Wilson and Bill Hayes m minor roles looked suitably minor. As I said, I've made this judgment after only a partial viewing of the work. 1 realixe I shall b'e in tbo minority. So sue me. "The Old Man" was a different matter. It was possible to feel some Involvement with lha proceedings and to fel something more minded at work who were willing to feed living, and exciting theatre to ihe TV audience, Faulkner's story is one of a human being and his values, of the tparadox of destruction and creativity, of tho paradox of captivity inside and outside of prison. It's n kind of capsule Gone.vis and Odyssey and as in most Faulkner works there if? a strange inteiv twining of character and setting, 1 wish J had about 10 times as much spiice as 1 do to devoto to the show. It was, very simply, superb. To director John Frank- onheimer, one of TV's young geniuses, must g'o most of the credit. To Horton Foote, th'd adaptor, an additional largo chunk of applause. There were only three principal actors Thursday night- — Geraldino Page, Sterling Uayd.cn nnd tho "old man" — the Mississippi Rivov. Misp Page, despite her occasional twitterinoss, turned in a brilliant performance, Hayiiun turned in a rock-jawed portrait of n convict, honest and true, marred only by n slight woodenness. One scene in which Havclen dragged Miss Page ashore while she was qbout to have a bafiy was one of the jnosl moving scenes I've over witnessed on TV. The Channel Swim: Frank Sinatra, Dinah Shore, Eddie Fisher, Perry Como, Rosemary Olponey nnd Tonv Mr.rtih hnve sjghfilert their willingness to take pai't in ft special SO - minute tribute to Manie Sack's, late NBC-TV president, T ll e New Cardinals Show Growth ofChurch , , will tJll>P place bo NBC'TY in January or February if cJpqrandes wjth §om'o of the stars' sponsors pan 1?6 woi'Hc-d, out. There's a good possibly DJcK Clurk will PWVPI? £) pQ ute S(IQ\V with F Nye bpiy DRIVE-IN THEATRE & SUN, Double Header By TOM HENSHAW AP Religion Writer Tho appointment of two more American cardinals last week points up the phenomenal growth of tjiu Roman Catholic Church in the United States in 80 years. Few people realize the United States is the fourth largest notion in terms of Catholic population The church claims approximately 35 million cmmunicants in the 41 states. The figure is surpassed only by France, with 30 million; Italy, 48 million; and Brazil, 54 million. Yet there wore scarcely five million Catholics in the United States when .the Most Rev. John McCloskey, archbishop of New York, was named the first Amoi- (can cardinal in 1875 bv Pope Pius IX. ' Whpn Archbishops Richard .1 Gushing of Boston and John F. OHara. ot Philadelphia don their red hats next month the United States will have four cardinals. Only Italy (29) and France 181 will have more. ArclVoislVopp Cushin.fi and O'Hara will bo the ,J3th and l'4th American cnr.dj.nals,' Twelve 'of them were bQni in tho United Stales and two in Ireland -j- John C.irdi- nal P'arluy ,pf New York and John Cardinal Glonnon of St. Louis. Three of them served church as cardinals tor 30 Saturday, Nevemb^ 22, REAL OLD-TIMER—Prom acting with Lillian Russell to the Ann Sothern ShovV on TV is the- ;u ting-longovily record of 09-year-old Ernest TrUeX. His career encompasses 03 years, with 48 opening nights on Broadway and 10 in London, scores of silent and talkie films and 200 live TV performances. Now, with Ann Sothern, he's back in the type of role thai made him famous—the wispy, henpecked husband. then- years or more. \Janies Cardinal Gibbons Of Baltimore wore the red hat 35 years; William Cardinal O'Contvll of Boston 33 years; and Dennis Cardinal Dougherty of Philndel- 30 years, New York archbishops have .been cardinals, more than any other American archdiocese. In addition to McCJoskey and Farley, they have been Patrick Cardinal Hayes and tho current Fvancjs Cardinal Spollmnn. Other American cardinals have boon George Cardinal Muncleleiu nnd Samuel Cardinal Stritch, both of Chicago; Edward Cardinal A'Jooney Q{ Detroit; and Jumps! Cardinal MeTntyre of kos Angeles, • The Most Rev, AmJoto Cicognani j? tho sixth apostolic delegate to \V~ai5hington (o be named a oardi- n.fU, All five- of his predecessors eventually wore the red hat. The first 'bishop of Boston, the Rev, Jeaii'Unus dp" Chev- SHRINKING MEN? — Hailed as the world's largest, this wooden chair on display at a Washington, B.C., furniture store makes the "occupants" appear only a Jew inches high. Made of solid mahogany, the piece stands 19 '/a feel high, weighs '1,600 pounds. luoi, tat Chapter 3D Tho logical place to begin the search was with the dress ilself, It scarcely seemed possible v Distributed ty NEA the paper would still be in. it, but '.your closet.' there was always the barest off chance. The dress had been mussed up. Have you seen it? Do you Know where it is?" "Il's in your room, love, In ,, Bl)t how did j t get ti iere ?" i hung it up for you. I saw thrown down caielessly last night jt in Miss Milliccnl's closet ^vhen on the floor of Aunl Miliccnt's h was cleaning up — all wadded closet, jf no one had thought- lo U,nd wrinkled — that's no way to Jook at it, (he paper might still t a i co care O f your clothes — you be in the sleeve. (know better than that — a nice Aunt Milliccnl's dopr wfts!dress and all — " closi-d. She Uiinod the knob and I . \yho Jfjtar served from 1808 became a cardinal when he was the of Bordeaux, Franco. went il open an inch or two, nervous and guilty, SJ?t? inside and across to the closet, deliberately not looking' at the bed, keeping her mind Catherine ran- past her down the hall, and clashed through tin? open doorway into her own room. She dragged opun the closel , 'door, and began leafing through trom ss'hat had happened there I her row of dresses. Yes, there }l las) night, She opened the elQ?Pi.was, very bedraggled, and stjll archbis- Italian - born Igmuio Perslco, bishop of Snvojinah, Qa., from J870 to 1873, a^o .became n cardinal after leaving these ?)wes. He was stationed in the Vatican when he was nanjed, Seqrch Continues for Missing TVCSQfj, Arj?. <AJ» - The Search (gj- three Boy Spout? miss' Since Saturday in the snowy i! fiita Mg«u(ai|^ may end Way. "I 49»"J §ep how thp 'poys coulci PPS.?|b)y b* aJiYA in tiijs freezing feei-f" Sheviff Jpro^s W. ci "H wp siwi'jt lintj th'ein ixest Uvo dgys thfre'?' ml n?vish ylvance (,pf iindihg ? Iy ei door ant} looked in. Aunt IVUIliecni's monger warfU uibo hung on the vod, Bijt the crumpled diess was not there, Slip thought mjseraWy: They've found it. That's why they djdii't damp- She jerked it down off its hanger and started examining it. She slid her hand, up inside the "sleeve, and felt nothing bul the moist fabric. She turned it rapid. , )y inside out, poring at the have to worry about mo. They seams; and when she knew thai Knew I didn't have any rnoyo.tho paper was definitely not there Sjip hurled it down angrily on the floor. She went back out into the proof, I can't do anything to them. She closed tho door of the cjgs* et and looked around th? room,. She didn't thinly the paper COU'-ft be there, but she had' to go ? Qi\ searching, anyway, And just ' room. She would still have to gp PR with Iho search. Rex was packing pulsidc her window. She \vepf over ftnd absently pushed she hart expected, the paper was the b'utton. The window slid open not there, ' *«nr] IIP vnnoH in ihnnnHpH ntfaiiic She trnUed, drearily feacH " 9Wt into the hull, wondering \yhaj, s|je should do next, an4 thgre f or a minute or Uvo, shewing pa her finger pud trying IP {hjn,k. , AM she was stilj standing therg when Amy came out into ihe hpft with her dustsJpth, heading liacjj to th 'ekjtchcn, 'She ?aj(j, " Whv - whai's the ipattp-Ji 1 Jpvo'?" "Nothing." "Ypu feel bad,, don't J-QH? he vacert In, ibounded |iey, ran jnto the bathroom, ( S]yrped his water, and ran bagU put again. ,§h,e di4 nqi pay any attenttqjrj ' She was wondering wheve Mid thinfe of searching had so little time lelt- J|alf an hour? I<!ot more than wandered innoceac» room toward the disappeared into , it, and, emerged a moment Jater With onp of h,er tennis shops i» sale; irritatedly, "Oh, put and J>» looked, a.t her , set th^ shoe cure: pn .the , floor, lolled hi? over it t and then sa,i do\vn Mt ' • on alo^ig Jhe hgl}, nnd Jj'the living roori^ - drawer-s. ' looijing a,n,4 whejj Jhat. ^q.p Prescof t Hews 6'Uthfl4, Jr., Rotary Adam Ghithric. Jr., was program chairhiah at n regular meeting of Ihc Rotary Club al the noon meeting at the Lawsnn Hotel Tuesday. Mr. Guthric directed questions to each member concerning their line of business or profession. The answers given were enlightening and informative. Attorney McKens-io ve a vivid description of (he deor bagged by Prank dilbert/ The bankers, lawyers, dentist and general praclicianers gave answers of importance in their profession. The business members answers gave some light on their ways and means of dealing with the public. The program was a diversion from the regular routine and proved to be Very entertaining and educational. Adam is a past president of the club. Cecil M. Billle. fast district president Terrell Cornelius and Vic- lor Cobb, Hope and Rev. Roy ilicks, Gurdon were visiting Ro- Utrinns R. M. Benrtediet was a guest of Rotarian Biffle. ! Horace Jones was reinstated in- to the club ahd Dr. A. W. Hudson gave him his instruction as a meiTi- | her. The club is glad to have Hor| ace with them again. P*re<sc6tt 63rdeH Club Has CHfysafitHerrium Tea The chrysanthemum lea. an annual event of the Prescotl Gai'den Club, was held in the home of Mrs. J. B. HesterlJ- Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Verrtofi Fore and Mrs. Burke Shelton were co-hostessed. • This event, always colorful, Was outstanding in color harmony and arrangement with 20 beautiful arrangements made by members were judged by Mrs. Jesse Porter and Mrs. A. M. Retlig of -the ftfise Garden Club,, M'rs. Rucker Mtirry and' Mrs. 3.' O. Coloman tied for flr'sl place, Mrs. J. B, HesleHy was second and ! Mrs. Arthur turner was third. At the close of the business ses« sion. Mrs. Burke Shellon, president. welcomed new members, Mrs. J. C. Dill, Mrs. Lester Steed and Mrs. H. ,T. Wilson. Mrs. Joe R. Hamilton, program enalffnafi ftfcs inlrOctuged arid sfia Spoke .on "Chrysahtheititirhs." IH hf f lilk she |m$iasl#e<J fain! points hisldry, popularity, typej Shd pfO' i)a;gatie«. , Blirijig the s6cint hoUr-, yeaf ijffdk covers were distributed arid judged. Miss £afol$ Scott wotl first place arid Mrs. Shellon wort seeoHd. £ Daihly refreshrhehls were sembd from a beautifully appointed tea tabli? covered with a Madeira clolll and 'centered Wilh art arrahgernjiht of yellow chrysanthemums and fruit in a willow basket. (Mrs: Hi E, Molise Was a fcuest of the.club. ff^T- *f 6. W, F, Meets At Churth The Movcniber Meeting of the Christian Business Women's KelltV- ship.was hgtd oh Monday evening at llie 1 church. Following a potktck supper, Mrs. Alfred Cummings presided in the Absence of lh6 'president and con* dueled the business session. MisS Elteabclh Francisco had charge Of the program entitled "Widen Your Hearts for Concern for the Shockled," An offering for missions was received. The meeting adjourned with the misslongjcy Benediction. V OROTHY After 28 Years of Roving, Should Woman Follow Man Once More Dear Dorothy Dix: My husband is a chronic rover. He has never stayed in one place more than six months in the 28 years of our mai'ria.ge. I dutifully followed him everywhere, hoping each town would be the Mecca he sought. Somehow I managed to bring up two children along with all this roaming. A year ago we reached a very pretty and friendly city, and I devoutely hoped this would be "it," The children fell in love and married — both happily. I got a job and for the first time in year I was contented. Too bad the feeling couldn't have extended Lo the man of. the house but it didn't.' Last week he quit his job and said he had heard of some- Lhing teller a ifew hundred miles away. For.once I didn't start 'pack- ng al the drop of that familial- announcement. And I'm not sure I'm going lo, I like il here. My daughler expecls a baby and since this is a strange town, I think I ought to stick around. Should I, or is il my place lo follow rriy hus'band? — Fool Weary. Dear F. W.: By now you could qualify as a tourist guide in any city of North America. Stay put for a while, at least, just for the novelty. Tell your wandering husband you'll be along later — if you can find him. I suspect you have a bit of the adventurer in you too, and I doubt if the quiet, small city life will suil you for long. After the new batoy is launched, you'll doubt- j less be glad to take to the road again. up her spirits a lillle longer. Her lime had run out. There was lothing she could do. And just hen she heard the sounds of a car pulling up the driveway, The riotor was turned off, the car doors slammed, footsleps came ip the walk, and the key began clicking in the latch. ,„„„,„. -• r*P)n." 4'h©., Rjipitr, rjulgW, MV* *^-'4VPp»»d s^3ieh^ v yni i8.. % to.»,to>*?•-•,?!;*Jw-,»lm>;.;f4i M r.'f.toWiteM^" v ^f' yf r-'^'»'' '"••--& wm& -Ml«-»«»/- *Ut iJ»ro^'«K:^T*jW8bf Amy walked in on her unannounced. She said: "What's the, matter, baby?" "Nolhing." II came oul sound- ng more like a gasp than a vord. "I thought you was in the liv- ng room, I looked for you, and hen I called to you and you dirlivt. answer." Catherine said no'thing. ''Well, you come on and have •onie June!}. You'll feel a lot bet- e,r after- you've eaten." Amy ook her hand and pulled her ge.ntly across the room and out nt.o the hall. People, she thought, wore al- vavs telling her that she'd fee) Detter after she ale. She never 'ell any belter after a meal than ihe did before, except lhat she vasn't hungry any longer, Sh.e had an instant's dim perception that her mind was veering like a roller coaster; and as she went through the archway into the Jjvin? room by Amy's side, shp made a wild, helpless attempt to grab al the shreds of some j n,n e r organization, to marshal the avalanche of her thoughts, . She heard Amy saying: "I guess they've gone on in the dining room. You go on in now, lamb," (To Be Continued) _____ Dear Dorothy Dix: I have three cousins who frequently stay overnight with us. Their eating habits are shocking. They chew with their-mouths open slurp their milk and make every mealtime sound like a rock 'n roll record. Is it proper to correct 'them? — Disgusted. Dear Disgusted: People who correct others, particularly relatives, automalically set themselves up as superiors and are immediately disliked — unless Ihe corrected ones are very reasonable people. Learn to endure the minor faults of others. That's part of life, Dear Dorothy Dix: We're a group of young couples who spend quite a • bit of time tor gether, going to movies,...theatres, club affairs etc. Wc're.a^pleasanl, congenial group, exce'))t.-,'for . one man, Ho has an ".q/Vcctionate" nature and pays too much' a'tten- tion lo wives other than his own. The girls and Iheir: husbands are constantly embarrassed -by him — W. H. Dear W. H.: It's up to the husbands in the group lo gang up on the. exhibitionist and make him cut oul his cute tricks. This is', no time for tact. Why should one boor spoil a nice group? If he's told off in strong, masculine lalk, he'll slay in line. 'Dear Dorothy Dix; I adore a 'boy in my .class. We have many things in common: for instance, we love sporls, animals and are bolh left handed, Do you llijnk he wiJl leurn to like mo?— Beverly, Dear Beverly: Each of you also have one head, two arms nnd two legs, Tout all you really need to share is one spark of that ihdefin* atole thing called "attraction," You can use the southpaw angle to fuv- ther ihe friendship, Ask him how he manages to handle sports equip-* merit, for example. WSCS Has Study Pifleen members of the WSCS of the First Methodisl Church met on Monday afternoon al the church for the third study of the mission -book '''Isaiah Speaks." ' Mrs. H. H. McKenzie, secretary of Missionary Education, presided end gave the devotional. Rev. Aiford DeBlack- presented the study and voiced Ihe closing prayer. ,0 Howard Harrell returned to Little Rock Monday after a visit with his sister, Mrs. J. C, Stegar an.d Mrs. R. S. Hamilton and Mr. Hamilton. Mrs. Leo Byrd "has returned to Dallas 'after a visit with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kirk. Mrs.- S. B. Scott has returtk'd from Leesville, La., where she visited her son, Lt. Col. S. B. Scott Jr. and family, Mrs. C. R. Gray of Newport has- been the guest-of Mr. and 'Mrs. 'C." R. Gray Jr. and children. Mrs. J. C. McRae, Mrs. Claud Cox and Mrs. Mettie Robinson were": Tuesday visitors in Texarkana. 0 C. G. Johnson, Bussy Lee and Paul; Harris spent Tuesday in Litlle Rock and attended Grand Lodge at the - Consistory. Police .Figured Baby Abandoned HOT SPRINGS, Ark. CAP)—police thought they had an abandoned baby on their hands yesler- day until the child's mother came 'along and told them differently. The mother of the baby claimed him at the police station and told officers'it really hadn't boe'n abandoned at all, Police took the child yesterday morning aflcr a nursery operator told them a man left it with her the day before, saying he would return in a few hours. He nejg 1 '' showed up. 1 • *' When she picked up her baby, the mother said she hadn't been worried because her husband had kept the chijd away from liorrie before. She told officers she was gla'd' to have her baby back, but she hadn't located her husband, PRE-CHRISTMAS fERMANENTS p DIANE'S BEAUTY SALON JEAN - EDITH - DIANE Pho, 7-3118 204 S, Moin 3 DAYS ONLY^MON,-TUES,-WID, Wifh the Pwrchni e ^f any Dinette Suite ony Living Ropm Suite

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