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•i-gsaistosssaiaassadwHsw^^ HOPE SfAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS v f S a P< ana rcrsona Phone 768 Between 9 A. M. ,qnd 4 P. M. l Social Calendar Saturday, December" .28, „. Mr. «nd Mrs. Roy Allison will entertain with a rehearsal dinner on Saturday evening at 7 o'clock at Hotel Barlow for the members of the Burton-Lavender .wedding party. Sunday. December 29 A special service will be held at the First Methodist church Sunday 1 afternoon at 5:30 for the College „-> students who are home on vacation. |r Judse 'DuVal Purkins of Warren V will"«peak on "The Value of A Col- F lege Education". College students [f of all denominations are invited to attend'this service. celebrating their Golden Wedding Anniversary. Those enjoying the delightful occasion were; the honorees, Mr. and Mrs. MartindaLe, Mr. and Mrs. J. r'. ftlaitindale and daughters, Jamie, Frances and Carol Ann ot Fulton, Arkansas, Mary Helen Weaver and Jacob Weaver of rexark- ana. Arkansas, Johnnie Martindale News of the Churches F.IRST PRESBYTERIAN Rev. Thomas Brewster, D. D. Sunday School —9:45 a.m., classes for all age groups. Morning Worship —10:55, message by the Pastor. We trust our membership will respond to the call to worship, on the last Sunday in the old year. There will be no vesper service Sunday in view of -the Burton-Lav- Situation Has Reversed to Labor By MAX HALL Associated Press Lnbor Reporter 0QROTHY DIX IM^^MMMMMMMMMMMBAMMMttMtaM^WMM-M^**"** Sacred Estate of Marriage A clergyman writes to me: "If a young couple should come mnrrlnge is more than the culmina- advice, just what it ..more than would you Washington. Dec. 27 — , i say to them to place their new Sena- 1 made home on a rock foundation tor Bob Taft states the philosophy j that would be firm and strong ac- underlying much of the labor leg- ross the years?" slation that will be debated in the | If I could say one word more earnest than any other to a bridal cou- ui.*.«t - • » .»»...*•-.-•, -- ---- - ^ ,«,.* ' OUIIUel,* ill v i*. ,» v. ...v and Joseph Martindale of tmmet. • endel . we dding at 4:30. iRoblns-DeLee Nuptials Friday Beautiful in its simplicity was the wedding of Miss Nancy Susan Eobins daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Edward Robins of this city who became the bride of Mr. John Scott DeLee Jr.-at 4 o'clock .Friday afternoon, at the First Presbyterian .church here. A profusion of Southern Smilax and woodwardia adorned the altar and Choir loft and made an attractive background for the tall ' floor baskets of white Snapdragons and white Gtadoli- Tall white .Cathedral tapers,in seven branch candelabra were lighted preceding the ceremony. Mrs. R. L. Gosnell played a program of nuptial music and accompanied Miss Nancy Hill; of Okla• homa City who sang. "Because", and "I Love You Truly." Mrs. • Gosnell wore an afternoon dress of pastel blue and her flowers were a corsage of pink rosebuds. Miss Hill wore red and her flowers were ' a. corsage of white carnations. _ Miss Betty Robins as'bridesmaid, her sisters only attendant was attired in an afternoon dress of grey 'and with matching accessories and carried a shower bouquet of pink rosebuds. , The bride who.was given in marriage bv her father was lovely in an afternoon dress of blue crepe embroidered with steel .beads and rhinestones, with matching acces- ories. She carried a .white Bible tonped with an Orchid. ^ Mr. Wayne Woodruff of Dallas, Texas--3erved as best man to the groom •' . Reverend Thomas Brewster read the impressive single ring ceremony while Mrs. Gosnell played softly, Debussy's "Clair-De-Lume . Immediately following the ceremony a reception was held at the Hope Country Club. The guests were met -at the door by Mrs. : E. O "Wingfield who introduced them to-the receiving line which included; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Robins, the bride and groom, Mr. and Mrs. John'Scott DeLee. Sr., Miss Betty Rcbins and Mr. Wayne Woodruff. Th» bride's^table was .covered with an imported lace <cloth and held as its central decoration a three tiered weda-ing -cake, surrounded by bridal flowers and greenery and topped with a miniature bride Sand groom. A .delightful " dessert'plate was served carrying Mr, and Mrs. Dorsey McRae Sr. Entertain with Family Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Dorsey McRae Sr. entertained With a delightful iurkey dinner on Thursday evening at Hotel Barlow. With Mr. .and Mrs. aMcRae for this holiday celebration, the first since before World War 2 were; Mr. and Mrs. Bruce McRae. Mr. and Mrs. William'Glover arid son. Dorsey David, Mr. and Mrs. Ben McRae and daughter, Mary Gail, Mr. and 'Mrs. William Duckett, Sr., and their son, William Duckett, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Dorsey McRae, Jr. and son Mack. Coming and Going Mr. and Mrs. Dovsey McRae Sr. have as holiday guests, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce McRae ot 'Newport, Mr. an dMrs. William Glover and son, Dorsey 'David of Malvern. Mr. and Mrs.. Duncan ;Nichols and children, Linda Joyce -and Wallace of Pine Bluff are visiting their parents and friends in Hqpe and Spring Hill. I Our Church Fellowship Suppers vill be resumed Wednesday, Jan- lary 8, 1947. We cordially invite you to worship with us. Billy Tolleson, Billy Duckett and Bill Willis are attending the Third Quadrennial Youth Conference of the Southern Presbyterian Church n Nashville, Tennessee. FIRST .CHRISTIAN North Main at West Avenue B Wm. P. Hardegree, Minister ne\v congress. "The general labor question," he said in an interview, "is creating an unbalance of power." The Ohio Republican, who may have more to say about labor bills than any other man in the Senate, said that "formerly the employer had all the power, but because of laws, court decisions and administrative actions, it has shifted completely to the labor side." Union leaders angrily deny that unions ever gained more bargaining power than corporation. Their voices will be heafd, but not so strongly as before. Labor law proposals fall roughly pie, I would say: Go to the alter from your knees, not from a cocktail party. You are about to take the most solemn oath that human lips can utter. Pray God to give you strength to keep it. Don't make a mockery of marriage by having in your mind the thought that if it does not come up to your rosy dreams, there is always Reno. A , n i- -M ,.«oi' n to these groups: Sunday School — 9:4o. classes l R e - pa ssage of the Case bill. for all ages. We cordially invite whjcn Pl . esiden t Truman everyone to attend our school. last j une . Morning Worship. Communion, vetoed Mrs. N. W. Denty and daughter Phyllis of Arkadelphia, Mrs. Caswell McRae of Fayetteville, and Mr.' and Mrs. Phillip McRae of Wilson, Arkansas, were among the out of town guests attending the Robins-DeLee nuptials at the First Presbyterian church here Friday afternoon. ... -i—.- and Sermon —10:50. Special music will be a .vocal solo by Mr. Ted ^Christian Youth Fellowship meeting —6:30. Young people will benefit by attending the meetings- of this group. Evening 'Worship, Communion, and Sermon—7:30. Monday— 7.30—'Workers' Council meeting. This includes -teachers, assistant teachers, presidents of classes ibove Intermediate department, and the general officers of the Sunday school. Please plan to attend. Thursday— . . 7: 30—.Adult and junior choir re- nearsal. Personal Mention Miss Frances Jane Osborn..will leave via plane Saturday night for New York City to enter as a student dietitian at New York Hospital. This is the second oldest hospital in the United States having been established by Royal Charter in 1771 in the reign of •King George III of England. Miss Osborn attended Ouachita College, Arkadelphia, for two years where she was .active in "Phi .Beta Chi. the national honorary society for Home Economic majors. :Sn-?' graduated last June from Texas State College'for Women. She was. an honorary .member of the Texas Dietitics Association and was one out the'-bridal ,motif . Those assisting in .despensmg hospitality were; Mrs. Hal Bilyeu Miss Marjorie -Dildy, -Miss -Polly Toleson, Miss Nell Louise Broyles ,j JVti«s Florence Davis, Miss Mane i" Purkins, Miss Nannie Purkins, Mrs " Arch'Moore, 'Mrs. Roy Anderson Mrs. Carter Johnson, "Mrs. W. Y Foster and Mrs. B. O. .Wingfield. The couple left following the re-- ception for a wedding trip to New Orleans and other points in the south'. They will be at-home in Dallas. I Tonnemaker Family Reunion .Wednesday The relatives or Mr. and Mi- Dale Tonnemaker gathered at their home on West 'Avenue B Christmas day for a famUy reunion. Attending were: Mr. and Mrs. -O. A. Williams and daughter Gwendolyn of TexarKana, Mrs. .D, P. Yeager of San Antonio, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Williams and son Bobbie Gene of Dyess, arkansas, Mr. and Mr£. Vernon Schooley, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Campbell, and son, Perry, Mrs. A. R. Campbell, Mr. arid Mrs. Victor Campbell and family, all of Hope. Those who called in the afternoon were: Mrs. Bonnie Simmons and family of Fayetteville, Mr. and Mrs C. C. Browning, Mrs. :E.-S. Jones and Miss Alice Jones, Mrs. Leo Ray, Mrs. Harold Porterfield and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Grady Browning and family, Mr. D. P. Yeager of San Antonio, Texas, Mr. and Mrs John Bagley, Mrs. Lora ,Jones, and daughter Linda, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Howard of Raymondville, Texas. J, J. Byers Honored at Birthday Luncheon On Sunday December 22, J. J, Byers of Gravette, Arkansas who jth his wife is spending the winter his daughter, Mrs. Riley Lew. and Mr. Lewallen was honor a delightful birthday lunch- read on the lawn of the Lewal\en home, celebrating his 90th birthday. . J. J. Lewallen of near Little Hock shared birthday honors. The honoree's table was centerec with 3 large birthday cakes. Afte lunch the afternoon was spent in song and devotional service Jed by Gifford Byers. Those enjoying the occasion \yith Mr. Byers were a: of his living children, Mrs. J. J Lewaileri of near Little Rock, Mrs Riley Lewallen, Mrs. Bert Le of La Junta Colo. Mr. Olen Byers of Decatur, Arkansas, his sister Mrs. Lelia Gentry of Durant, Okla. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Martin of Hot Springs and 30 grandchildren and relatives. Mr. Byers has 26 living grandchildren 17 great grandchildren 1 sisterand a great host of nieces and ^nephews. .The honoree received many lovely and usefu} gi$lj$, Vines-Plidney Engagement Announced The engagement of Miss Bernice Vines, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Vines of Patmos, Arkansas iO-Eoy Dudney, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Dudney of this city is an- -fiounced by the bride's parents. The wedding will take place in early spring. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Martindale Celebrate 50th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Gentry entertained with a perfectly appointed turkey dinner at their home on Christmas Day honoring Mrs. Gen- try'3 parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Martindale of Emmet who were of the nine seniors to receive an appointment to intern in a,hospital as a student dietitian. The mtern- ship is twelve months long. She is .the.daughter of'Mr. and Mrs Clyde:Osborn of,405 S. Greening St., Hope, Arkansas. Clubs ° : Sweet,Home , ,!;'; '['',['• ,. The Sweet -Home , Demonstration Club met at the'home of-Mrs; Carl Brown on December ; 20 at 2 p.m. with '20 -members and 'Miss Mary Dixon, Home Demonstration Agent, present. . , The roll call was,answered with ""What Christmas 'Means to Me. The club voted on-the red rose as the flower, red and white as colors and on Arkansas as the snog for the State Council of Home Demonstration Clubs. The club will meet on January .17 at the Church for a demonstration on pruning evergreen shrubs. The demonstration for .December was on Holiday table .decorations The hostess served cold drinks to the members. .Adjourned by repeat ing the Creed. CHURCH OF CHRIST 5th and ,Grady • Otis L. Rowe, Minister Bible Study—9:45 a.m.. Preaching —11 a.m. ; Communion —11:45 a.m. •Young Peoples Class— 6:30 p.m. •Preaching —7:30 p.m. Wednesday Night Bible Class — 7: We P h'ave classes for both young and old. You are invited to attend the services at. the Church of Christ. FIRST METHODIST Pine at Second J. ;E. -Cooper, Pastor Organ Music by Mrs. Dolphus Whitten, Jr. —9:30 a.m. • Church School —9:45 a.m. Morning Worship -10:50 Sermon by "Pastor. ., At 5:30 Sunday afternoon we %yil have a special,,service honoring College students--and several o our own boys -and girls will take •part at that,time. Youth Fellowship —6: JO p.m. ST. MARK'S, EPISCOPAL - , Corner Elm i'and Third Streets Rev. W. Northey Jones,S.T.D. , 29_ First Sunday Immigration Issue Again Brought Up By MARVIN L. AROWSMITH Washington, Dec. 27 —(/P)— Sen ator Elmer Thomas (D - Okla brought a hot congressional issu to the fore today with the assei tion that all immigration into xh United States should be halted im mediately.' "I make no distinction as to race porte\ UOn "We y>1 'ah h e°,dy S have 0 too I viriuailty' a't 'the church door and many people Inithfs country." ^thereafter be just part of the team 'President Truman said last Octo- instead of the whole thing. The ber, in calling for substantial im- thing that wrecks more marriages migration of Jews into Palestine, than anything else is the fight tha that he is prepared to ask Con- goes on,m so many households be gress for -liberalization of this tween the husband and the wife ov country's laws to admit thousands er which shall be the boss. The of refugees into the United States, man has the head-of-the-house corn- Republican senators, who will plex and feels that because he pays hold a majority in the session the bills he is entitled to rule his starting next Friday, indicated to- wife with an .iron rod. The .wife, day they want to see Mr. Truman's who is a female Hitler on her own specific proposal before ihey com- account, is equally determined to t is just a question of reversing m it themselves. usurp the domestic'throne. And sc enough of these things to get the 3 u t Thomas, who tried unsuc- they live in a perpetual wrangle cessfully during the .last session of I that kills love and respect and that 2. Rewriting of the Wagner Act of 1935, which unions call "Labor's Vlagna Carta." 3. Outlawing the closed shop. 4. Miscellaneous other curbs to make unions more accountable for their actions. 5. Settling major disputes and outlawing strikes that vitally .Affect the public. This important subject is a stroy in itself. The present article will deal only with the first four groups. Senator Taft opposes any bill to prohibit strikes. He says he is "open-minded" about banning the closed shop. He will support some —by no means all— of the other proposals. Sitting at his desk, Taft said j slowly: "The purpose of our policy is to adjust the balance so as to put col- ective bargaining on an equal basis -so that both sides will be in- lined to accept reasonable solu- ions. There is no single panacea. a romantic Interlude. It Is giving ostages to fortune. It is sotllmr 10 fate of unborn generations. Give all the Intelligence you have o selecting your mates. Do your leuthing before marriage instead f afterwards when it is too late, 'ry to find out everything that is ossible about t ehosdi toinsh.plci jossiblc about the disposition, the jrains. the habits nnd tivstes of the ife partner that you are thinking jf taking on, for. those ,nre the hings you will have to live with. i/Inrry in your own class and your nvn religion and your own politics. Congeniality is the bedrock on vhich to build a happy home. Hard Work As IrvBuslness Be as determined to work as lard to make .your marriage n success as you would to make good in any other business in which you had invested your all. Don't get discouraged and throw up your hands and quit because marriage isn't all your fondest fancy painted, nnd you find that your mate has faults and foibles that you never suspected he or she had concealed about his other person. Almost any marriage con bo salvaged if either the husband or the wife is willing to work hard enough to keep it a going con cern. Every young husband and wife should realize .that a happy marriage is bound to be a cooperative affair. They must scrap their indi- Members of Old Slate Guard Unit Commended Little Rock, Dec. 27 Adjt. Gen. H. L. McAllster today made public n letter of commendation from Governor l.nnt-y to each member of the now inactive Btnle guard. Briefly outlining the history of the guard which was formed for (/I') — ' Sg t""fcV' Pgfefendter 2 ^ 1946^ 40 Hurt in Wreck of Illinois Prize Train New Orleans, Doc. 27 —(/P)— The Illinois Central railroad's prl/.e train, the nll-pullmnti streamlined ['imama Linuted enrmilo from Lhl- mufay, DeeftmbeP 28, 1§4$ BLONDIt H Q P t, S T A ft; H p P I/ ARK AN S A S service within Arkansas jiflw the uitional guard WHS inducted into federal service, Lnney wroir: "It was not theirs to smell the smoke of battle nor give their blood in the christening of the seven seas. This voluntary democratic military force, those spiritual descendents of the minute men of- Lexington, however, without banners nnd without medals, without modern equipment and without pay, unselfishly gave a measure of devotion to their state and the nation that merits the thanks and commendaion of all citl/.ens. ItHUIIHU uitiMi'.n w •••••"-— ------ cngo to New Orleans, was wrecked today, and division officials nt Mc- Corn'b, Miss., reported thnt about •10 pnasengers were injured. .Five or six cars of the 13-car t niin were derailed. The accident to the slock slrenm- lincr took place nt Ruddock, 31 miles Moi-ihwi'st ot New Orleans.' Amublmicos were summoned to take the more seriously hurl pas- senders to liospilnls at Hammond mill I'oiK'luitoiiln. . The veteran conductor, Price, said he could not mediately what caused the wreck. He s;iid the track was so torliup thdl it wns impossible to say whether ;i broken rail wns responsible, or wholhur a coupling broke. CHRISTMAS ENGINEERING' North Ploatte, Neb., Dec. 23 — I 3 )— The proprietor of a North 'iBtle Hotel did a litll" ' ng when a Christmas red for his lobby turned out )e bare -on one side and exceedingly bushy on the other. lib bored holes in Die -o.ire side, cut off some of the spare branches i'om the other', nnd thrust them nto the holes. It's a beautiful Christmas xroc. jwilh situation on an. even keel." The anti-closed shop proposal is ikely to produce a fierce debate. In a closed shop, you can't work n the plant unless you belong to :he union. Senator Ball (R-Minn) is writing a bill that would outlaw not only the closed shop but also the slightly milder "union shop" and the still milder "maintenance of membership" (in which no worker is forced to join the union but if he does he must remain 1 a member or lose his job). Rep. Smith (D-Va), Congress to halt all immigration eventually destroy^ the home. for five years, .declared: And every bride and groom who has Canada, U.S. Agree on Control Sermon by Dr. ; Jones— 11:00. Story of Christmas; illustrated by Hollywood -films- Dr. Jones assisted by-Mr. Remmel Young— 7.30 the Wagner'Act, preventing in essential' industries ,and p.m. Labor Troublesome to Republicans a ?he question of establishing labor courts— a question which may become the chief controversial issue When the party conference discusses industrial disputes legisla- been trying to change .the .Labor taws for many years, has written a bill that includes many things— banning the closed shop, Abolishing industry-wide bargaining, revising strikes so on. for the .Case bill, Senator Taft wants to • re-pas,s it in one lump, -with additions, under a new name. Senator Ball wants ;tp pass !t piecemeal, as separate bills. The Case bill would:. Deny .foremen the right to bargain collectively; make it easier for an employer to .s.ue for .breach ol contract and collect .-damages ,oul jf the union treasury; prevent ,a mion from trying to force one jompany not to handle the goods if another company; make it a jrime for an employer to pay "noney into a welfare .fund admjh stered by a union. The bill would also create a fed jral mediation board which could .ntervene in a .dispute, thus out [awing a strike for SO Hays (9 days in public utilities). But there is no provision for .preventing th strike after that period. There are many proposals for changing :the Wagner act (National Labor Relations act). This basic law guaranteed the right of workers to bargain through spokesmen of their own choosing. .It also directed the National Labor .Relations Board (NLRB) to prosecute "I am against immigration, should make a cast-iron resolution There may be a few exceptions, never to argue, for that is the path but as a general principle 1 am ihat leads to the divorce court. An opposed to it until we get our do- argument never gets anyone any- mestic economy a little more sta- where except into n fight. So wise bilized—and that my take years." j s t j 1e w jf e O r the husband who He added "if I thought it would walks high wide and handsome do any good I would recommend a ,. ounc j a n controversial subjects, to the State Department ihat they Tne husbands and wives who stay close the gates as well to all Amer- lovers to lhe ir golden wedding day icans who want to leave this coun- u ones who yes .y e sed each -y, except for the greatest emer-' -• ;ency." Thomas said some Americans tnose contradicted each other flat and then went into isiUnT otheTnatioT "all to£ to £! •« lmmB «' e ' wlth ham ™ r a " d tieces and hungry and ragged" go R ° : _ r , nr nl] th _ ,,,holp of the aw-ae-isa STSE £»{ K,^ss sss jya bringing discredit upon vhe J^J,^ u 7n.the vow Sneator a Ta S ft' of Ohio, chairman couple take at the alter-tqilcta w§ of the Senate Republican Steering to cherish, in sickness and -ih heal h committee, told a reporter he 'did M 01 ' richer,or poorer-r-unHl death not want "to express an opinion do them part. All that they peed is one way or 1 the other", on'the re- |i"st to ,lwe up to those promises, ception Mr.i Truman's recommen- • , , TZ iT",, „ ,. dations .maw-.gel. V,, ' ' ' (Released by.;The Bell Syndicate, <'-'-• - * ••-- •-• I Inc*) - • ; "-• ' ,' JEANNETTE COVERT HQLAN $*5»?^*>9*s*<KK-**. ' • ' ~A« . • . " • ' . . JoHSw^M «rfv-^ • :* THE STORY: The Major is ; h.av-|got to beat it." ing no trouble selling his stock cer- "Rick—". tificates and he is out on his drum- "Yes?" mer's route when Dixon Thayer She blushed. "You comes to town. Dixon tells Miss | me?" Amy that he seeks the Major's ap- do still lov proval before proposing to Rose, .By-FRANCI$,W.'CARPENTER Lake Success, N.. Y... -Dec. 27 —<yp)—Bolstered by a complete un-1 derstanding .with-the Canadian del- courts proposal tion next week. , -- • . Senator lait (R-Ohio) told a re- they are guilty nortei ^e and other members of a review. employers for certain "unfair la bor practices" and judge whether -,..— , subject to court norei e ?necial : GOP committee directed to Some of the proposals. for chang- a labor program for the con- ing this act would: 'have P ,iot g even , attempted List ''unfair labor .practices" for the urnons^oo; employers United Nations atomic energy com- 'national welfare "Oh, you crazy little kid!" Th I frown vanished, he stepped-forward XII and caught .her in his arms, hold- Rose was standing in River Park, ing her close. He kissed her until a blistering noontide sun shining up- she was breathless, leaning weakly on her and upon Richard Breen— against him. "There! You think I list standing there; and the nar- don't love you?" •ow path between them was wide "Rick darling" She might pro as the Grand Canyon. She was say- test the tumultous embrace, but ng something which she had known she was encouraged by it, her dark-or weeks must be said. est presentiments assuaged. "I just It can't be like this lips smiled, feel that I can'.t let you go away but not his eyes. "But it's the best from me— „ I can do. So here we are chewing ''You've got to honey." He stro- the rag as usual." He got out his ked her hair. But I'll be back Sun- watch, looked at it. "My train leav-1 day^ I'll see — "— to aie. some federal agency or to hold he -U:N. Security Council Tuesday. in the conference. . _. next labout.t"hiV issue," the Ohio senator | from forcing, _an empjoyerjo hir more workers than he needs. es at twelve-thirty." "If you just didn't have to go to Chicago, if we could ever discuss it at all, every bit, without being angry"Well, I do have to go. Why don't you go with me, honey?" 'Sunday .afternoon?" Yes. Right here." You wouldn't fail me, Rick?" Oh, Lord, no! Don't start that." ''I won't really, I svon't," she said contritely. "J'll be waiting." He went .striding, swaggering a little, along the path, turning once to wave his hand. Her eyes follow For a it appeared that "Tall said that in addition to rec- <Ne£: How Congress will go \., n .X5 D v, n ^nn* 0 i- L, mmQ r,^ Q tinns nhartine the gener- about its iasK). J? Ui rt V*I|IC *V ^p^VMiWM .,. — v .^nt« W"*« r--—- --- --. _ , Baruch's plan would encounter O mmendations charting tnei rough sailing because the Canadian ,1 course for ^publicans to follow dellgation had .circulated ,a num- in dealin gwithi l»bor ^f 151 ^"' sidown Hrb ber of comments and-suggestions the special committee hopes; 10 jay Moultrie Qa., Dec. 27 — UP) — affecting the proposals which .Ba- before the c ^ f ,? r ^ cmaadeC the V e- Frank sh aw made a safe landing ruch wants the commission to bill it hopes will be rnafle tne ve n adopt as its blueprint f° r a to m»c hickle for early legislative acUon y wefe f , 8h , n , n control.. I Both Ball. •^*&£ V A$ 1 ^ .. 4U tv , 1 , 1ho sDues But the "second echelon" of the cated that \^e Case labor *sputes g n Jog nited States and Canadian dele- measure vetoed by Presmentirur t Jn dia for tne om ne aes an - gations met for hours late yester- man will be the basis for tne om bottom. tore diameter in 4ay and were reported to have they hope to draw. thj agreed on all points, thus smooth- H the Republicans approve v '»Ing the way .for B 3 ruch when the course, they would l*" r . shaw promptly sat in the hole £ rapid bailing, Shaw and Edmondson made shore These reports said the United ing safely. inese repons saia tne uimeu ing .B»<«<;° «»..«- "TT.-r- :,.._ nrosi O States delegation lost, no ground is ^er way, providing *or grew jnese Cu8tom on its basic demands in the agree- dential f ac t find ng^. reg u ja»"| Springfield, 111., Dec. mt j.._ j_i ii . ««. I ,,,«if ^*.rt -fiinHc nannme iOrciiit?ii & wf* **'6*»*-*«i **f • ment. The two delegations ^eTelwdfa-re funds^ban^g^^oremen-s | Spr^gfield, ^^JJ^,.,^ sec- Sangamon county sheriff, says he z an- is considering a sixth century '-hi- fabor nese method involving sounding of cymbals to discourage pigeons ' the court- ,.^ to have been separated only on unions irocedural matters, but never on suits o undamentals. ondary Baruch demanded at the first ti-trust ^{hrvVto'ofttie'flvlgreSt W W said he hopes the f commit-1 Fnjm^ roosting around 'be dropped of any atomic tee will add prov«oor,.Jor n £-\*»»** "You're joking, of course." ... .. Think so?" He reached for her ed him to the street. She sighed and hands. began to walk homeward, 'No It isn't enough," she i said "because of the kind of per- She would probably never knosv son I am. Some girls might not why she swung down the street mind meeting you day after day at' that passed the St. George Hotel; Lahr's, skulking off into the park or it was not >the shortest way home; any hidden spot we can think of. she had never gone that way be- Some girls—" fore.'But there she was presently, "Some girls would be tickled to approaching the marquee-sheltered eath to meet rne anywhere. There entrance—stopping, re plenty of girls, honey." She saw him—and the girl. Their "Oh, yes! And I suppose you backs were toward her, they were vere with one of them yesterday sauntering in the same direction, nd Monday and Saturday of last slowly, as if the hotel was their des- veek—while I worried!" tination. The girl had on a green "Jealous, aren't you?" linen suit and a hat with daisies; She winced She hadn't meant to her hand was tucked in his; their ,ay that about the worrying. But shoulders touched; he was bending she wouldn't retract. down intimately, as if to whisper to her. God deliver me from a jealous Rose faced about, stopped again, woman!" he exclaimed, and kicked feeling sick and faint and that she at the loose gravel on the path. hadn't the strength to put one foot Rick why can't you come to ] before -the other. But, of course powers control system. . . Russia's position is. an enigma, proposed that ci.al accounting by unions Ball has according »»• w researcht put four men, each Soviet Andrei A. . ko pleaded last week for more l3l3l6S !-••»•• ir---T^- -- he might be the application . proposed mat wwigrwb «"»"« be- equipped with Cymbals, at the four -I closed Shop and Taft said^he be |,cqupp g ^ ^ tQ ™Z, r ,5 % iP«,t Umltina sound their instruments. The noise KCK xui uwiv un»cfits»»" - ~-y —•-• -- , , i; m itina sound tneir instruments. j.jie nujsc and indicated then he might be me application ux t, lc "«--- ftr-"':' • -°-—-— - — prepared to go ahead with the dis- Put Senator JVioise in.-•£»«-'; p og Qone Again cussion in tomorrow's committee whose trip to Europe prevented £,,£.* Dec . 27 _ (/P) _After . meetina. h t m from attending pi eyious meet e Fj consago' meeting. ARMY PAYS BETTER my house? Why won't you? she had to get home, crawl off anc You told me your mother would lick her wounds. She couldn't jus have a calf." "Oh, what a horrible thing say! Don't.talk like that" languish here on the pavement, ir to the glaring sjin ...... ...... Her eyes mis ty with tears, she groped forward UUmillUC IU "'&»- ""; „„ r<h,.ii!tma<; Centralia, 111. -W-Albert Geo-1 RepublTcam, ,to follovv-a course^cJ on^ht^mas ^^ ^ rge, 34-year-old Centrajia father of 'moderation and avoid puni \^ f .* ed a bjg Ghristmas djn . seven children, tried in the war to live legislation. ner f[ ; r hjm 3nd bought him some enter the armed forces but -was rejected because his truck driving! «•>»• •<••"— 7m\~""~r i 'nrman trnnn-ii • at the St. Louis Ordn ? n, e depot I £™^ £§$>«|-^door, for exercise. The dog RI8PLACED RADIOS new dog toys. Yesterday Consango left Red Like" what? I'm only repeating I Oh, Rick! She toiled up to the porch and op 'No you're not! I never said my ened the screen door and heard mother would—would have a calf, voices, Mamma's and someone els Never!" She stopped; this was the e's. She glanced into the parlor. I merest bickering, fault finding, nag- was Dixon Thayer. Oixon in shirt aing What difference did words sleeves, rubbing a dust-cloth ove make now? She loved him; she the keys of the piano! She laughe must not try to reform him. "Please hysterically, and Dixon and Mam Rick if you will come to my house ma turned and looked at her. I'll think of something to explain "We)l, Rose?" Mamma said. " how we got acquainted, and then have a guest. A very nice guest, everything will be so much better. Then Mamma murmured somi It's the strain, the hiding, _that makes me so cross. I just can't be myself." was regarded as essential. A year after the war, George sets, was accepted as an Army private the with allowances and base pay [ amounting to $258 monthly. He naa i zuu uuu before bounded across the back yard in Now there are only three strides and over the -,ence amounting to $258 monthly. "He have W.UW. Tne rpu*B ™«u ^, said he had averaged $33 weekly Confer enee js asking reiurn ui •"• as a truck .driver. least 1,000,000. .1 ._ .f "Red" next Christ- He shook his blond head. "I'm not going to your house, honey. That's out—see? She was silent, mourning for the little hope, which was out. He looked at his watch again, frowning. ''Almost train-time. I've some thing about dinner and went out o the room, and Rose and Dixo were staring at each other. "Rose, I came. Are you sorry? No, she wasn't sorry. How b and solid he was; you would neve have to be afvaid of anything wi Dixon. "I'm glad," she said. "I'm gl.ad (To Be Continued.! By Chick Youn ? i OZARKIKE By Roy Gotro AH DON'T CARE ^ VVHUT HAPPENS TO ME NQW-CSOe).,, OZARK'S DONE-PELL-IN LOVE -WITH SOMEBUDDY ELSE/ UP AND LOOKING AT THIS . FACE EVERY MORNING. IS AN AWFUL WAY 'TO v DAY I'D HATE TO HAVE TO TRY TO MAKE MYSELF -7; BEAUTIFUL ,(GROAN) SHE ' _ TRIPPED! .SHE'S FALLIML he could not tell im- CARNIVAL By Dick Turner SIDE GLANCES By Galbraith By Michael O'Mqlley & Ra.ph Lane 3ut I didn't I me the looks.of Abel Fortunes proposition. It sounded fisny to me. (Back at .the; Blue Pavilion, Con trie-Seal was .giving Forceps .auid-the Tarpon .their last- minute instructions. • • • - i YOU WANT ME TO FIND THIS CHILi SEQUIN AND GET BACK WHAT SHE STOLE FROM YOU. i _ 15 THAT IT, MR.FQRTUNfc? Santa Cms, Calif., Dec. 28 — (/P)— I'D HAVE TO KNOW A LOT MORE THAN YOU'VE TOLD WE TO GO TO \VORk ON THIS, MR. FORTUNE. T. II. Campbell' rubbed his oyes in JUST FIND CHILI, ,111 DO THE WST..SHE'S PROBABLY. DANCING IN SOME:NIGHT CLUB.THERE'S $1,000.AND EXPENSES IT FOR YOU, 'IC-MINDED, £ ,IV£ ALWAYS GOT WHAT I WANTED ONE WAYOR ANpTHER.<I'.M FINDING CHILI SEQUIN AND YOU'RE GOING aleamint' white—had become n brilliant orun(-;o red overnight. Dr. John O. RafCerty, Santa Cru?. health.officer, explained: Hydrogen sulphide swamp gases froip n iH'iirby lajjotm had mingled the lead in the white paint. WASH TUBBS By Leslie Turner yes, WITH YOUR HOUSE W A.NOTHEWS NWAE TILL THE DIVORCE IS HNM-rCOUNTESS, YOUR RASCALLY HUSBPiND COULp-FIND NOTHIN6 HE COULD CLW\\ IT'S ONE WAY TO WIN HER SRKTITUDE. 3.P...NOMONEY. HEED CHANGE HANDS. YOU CRN'T LOSE OF COURSED COUNTESS, I'D BE DEQGHTED TO DO THIS! QUIBBLE, N\(M<E OUT-T^PEED'.tO WE ' OH. TANK VOUSO^UC WR. FOR ONCE t OiJTWEEf THW ARE HONES' MAN \ CAN' TRUST*. I GEEVA VOU A DEKXT0 EET NOW. AN 1 LEETLA IPrtEfc .SOU : CAN DEED BET BftCKTO MsT^ MQN. - TUES. RECORDED-W-ONCB THEY BARED TO LIVE THEIR DREAMS OF LOVE! Four men and a " cirl in an exciting romantic adventure! CpPR. 1»<« BY NEA seBVICE, INC. T. M. REG. U. 8. PAT. OFF DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney CpPR. 1M< BY NIU SERVICE. INC. T. M. REC. U. S. PAT. OFF: W J hope you girls don't mind! Junior wants to get into the " g rnone y wnile he's.still oun!" ^ • -- IT WA.S CONFtPENCE —r PA.L! y FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS :[ HENRY, ARE you "I "I MAVEMY LEFT VET:' FRECKLES WILL FUNNY BUSINESS By Hershberaer ii BACK ALREADY ? ' J CANT GET MY CAR. ME TO THEOFFICE.' / HE'S" WHERE IS HE S/OUTSIDE TIMKERING WITH HIS ' 5^ CAR/ De Havillan'd ! By Carl Anderson CDLZI! CZZ3 RECORDING- STUDIO RECORDING- STUDIO PHILLIP TERRY JOHN LUND BILL GOODWIN F BARNETT HAVE- \ His CAR. MAY I SHOULDA-LEFT THE DOORS OM>-ITS -A LITTLE COLD .' RECORD YOUR OWN VOICE! HOUS E II HE'S' 'TEARING- REBUILPING IT.'. STUDIO NOW OPEN • — y^. -^ ' f -.\ It's that Scotchman again!' SUN. ~ MON. - TUES. ALLEY QOP By V. T. Hamlin STAND QUIET, FOLKS. Thimble Theater CARE IF YOU ARE TH 1 LEADER, NOBODY THROWS LEAD '"SHOW'S OVER NOW; >kLL RIGHT, UNLESS SOME MORE / BOVS, WE'LL OF VOU PUNKS GOT! TAKE THE IDEAS ABOUT THE V-GOLD AND WUNG 'LADWvaSBfrs' GITrt.-: WHERE WE ) RASCAL- HEADING?/ RIVER CANYON THIS 16 JUST A PRIVATE ARFA1R AIN'T WHERE WELL, .WHERE FLYING FISTS! SQQVH1NG SONGS! BLAZING BEEN 'AT < (I -STILL WISH 'I KNEW WHOSE fREINPEER IT WA9, ANP WHERE YOU ,ANP POPEVE- WENT WHEN TOOK HIMHOME,'.' COUNTS <5Q MUCH! r THE IMPORTTIMK THING l& ,WHERE GOIM SIX- GUNS! By tdgqr Martin WWV, \V<5 ANOTHER BOX PROM <=>0 <500N CHR\<5TtAf\=.,TOO! MUST Bt < 50lAETrt\ti6 TrXtV -, FOR&OT J NOV) UOOK. THPiV. VROtA Pfti \t, Ht'% DOIM6 PERWDKT Wt DOM'T THftT CACTUS V}\U. Bt ft CON'StftW TO OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams OUR BOARDING HOUSE With Major Hoople rr's TH 1 \^-i HOSE-WE )=!- DIDW'T PUT IT AWAV LAST FALL/ OH, THAT AIM'T BADI THOUGHT VOU WAS PULUfJ 1 UP THE PLUMBING.' /OU'RE. HOST ABOUT /VW • iize.MA.cK-^-rrBs.KA^e'V, >a PAL,-BUT V%j^%&%%Z2 /•misMiPiv ft- MO . }&ji&xiz%0z \NOULD ^ETT Vba OFF _// "THAtvll^S.' f^'^'^^' — -^—^" A SOLD FRANAe OM &\ X DOl^T <^ ^ OLD-MAST5R Al^D X 'OULD USE A QUICK t>0 WltHOOT \-\ TO IT ANiO \T, SOT X'D AVJAV SUCK'S.' ABOUT IT ?. RED RYDER By Fr<?d Hqrmfln I MU5' DELIVER THE TO RANCKOS HEEM THEENIS EET EES VE1 CHREE5TMA5 UNJUST PERSECUTION OF HER 6RDIHER THE WQRRV WART '" t,«.««»».» MI. at _ _ .__ eWR. »M<8T NEA BCfiVlt •11 i,:,-

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