Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 31, 1946 · Page 6
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 6

Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 31, 1946
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Page Six WoulcTBar Foreigners at Atom Test By NORMAN WALKER Washington, Jan. 30 — OPi — Demands for a law that would forbid cutting other nations in on results of the coming atomic bomb tests gathered steam today on Capitol Hill. Members of the House Naval Committee said they intend to Write the top secret idea into a pending bill by Chairman Vinson (D-Ga) and send the measure to the House floor for a quick vote. "I've talked it over with some of the others on the committee and I'm convinced almost all of them favor the secrecy requirement." HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Rep. Grant (R-Indl told a reporter. "I am quite certain they want it." Vinson has asked Vice Admiral \V. H. P. Blandy to have a suggested draft of the ban ready for committee action today. Vinson's bill will make the tests fully legal by providing specific congressional permission to destroy ships chosen i for the experiment. The joint chiefs ot staff have put j LOOK! THIS LARGE SIZE JAR of MOROLINE Petroleum Jelly for minor burns—cuts, bruises, chafes, abrasions, and skin irritations. Aids healing- AND ONLY Minister Is Held for Murder uled to start next May off Bikini atoll in the Marshall Islands. Grant got the committee interested in his idea .after Secretary of State Byrnes told reporters yesterday that this ready tentatively government has decided alto allow the United Nations Atomic Energy Commission to watch the atomic blasts. But even the "ringside" seats probably will be up to ten miles away for safety's sake. Hence few results will be discernable to the eye witnesses. Vinson at first agreed with Elan- dy that present secrecy policy on all atomic maters should suffice. But later the chairman said he. Certificates Are Awarded SPG Employes Lt. Gen. L. H. Campbell. Jr., thcj Chief of Ordnance, has awarded Certificates of Commendation to outstanding personnel of the Ordnance Department tor their service during the war. Certificates, awarded the civilian employees of! where his first wife died _... the Ordnance Department are re-j Rev Frank Siple, 53-year-old stricted to those who have held I Pastor of the Soulhlawn Church of 'God. confessed this morning that he had killed his daughter, Dorothy. 17. in 1939. He hade the con- Grand Rapids, Mich. Jan HI (UP)—The swiftly-widening p into the family affairs of a Grand Rapiels, Mich, pastor who lias confessed he extended poisoned into Dixun, daughter, 111. today confessed when he was told that authorities had ordered exhumation of the girl's body to determine it she had been poisoned. LION OIL BOOSTS PAY Kl Dorado, Jan. 30 —(/!')— 10m- ployes of the Lion Oil Company who make le>ss than $!.iOO monthly hav; 1 received a 15 per cent in- Sociol Situations THE SITUATION: You are lo be « lumse guest in a home where there is a young child. WRONG WAY: Take your ho.sl- es a gift, but feol it is not necessary to take a gift to the child. RIGHT WAY: Take the child a gift, even If it means yeni cannot in pay, Col. T. II. Barton, afford to take your hostess eino president, has announced. The company alMi announced that a •10-hour week was in effect. ------------ n ......... — ----BAND DIRECTOR DIES Fayctlcville, Jan. 30 — i/i administrative, executive or technical positions and who have performed their duties in an outstanding manner during the war years. Certificates were name of the Chief of Ordnance by Major D. R. Pickard, Commanding Officer of the Southwestern . fession in his jail cell where ho ..._ ..... „ ..... . awarded in the ' '! ekl "" ll chill 'K° ° c attempted mur- ,' 0 irinnn'rn hvl d f ° ^ ^^- "» elder of his Proving Ground, to those recipients who are still employed there on January 28, and ccrtif- too. thought there should be a legal ! i« atcs an against divulging any technical knowledge obtained in the tests. o Five sister ships of the Great ay, anuary , an ccr- ,,:, ,, V "r 7-' L-S were mailed on that date to *™. rc . S '! '° was P aslor fo1 ' « " pients who arc no longer cm- l V. on l kn " w what you'll fin Lakes fleet are each about an eighth of a mile long—the largest fresh water vessels abloat. church. With the confession, made to Kent County Prosecutor Monso R Bot, the examination into Siple'i; fairs moved toward Dixon time;. - „ find if you dig my firsi wife's budy up " Siple told Bolt "But I swear 'l didn't kill her" Bolt said he would seek a murder VJUiCU V/AS THE FIRST STATE TO GRANT WOMEM THE RIGHT TO .VOTE IMS A.MSIEKO.UI StdMCATC. !_. Women vote fcr'Byers' Drug Store. They like its assured values and friendly service. Answer to Last Week's Question The Naval Academy v/as established at Annapolis in 1845. ployed. The complete list of civilian employees to whom certificates were awarded follows: David H. Abernathy. Charles A. I}™!' 1 '"" 1 Against Siple in his claugh- Armitage, Martha L. Blackwood. ' 'F. 1 ' s death and as,; Dixon author- Aivin C. Brovles. Lewis M. Cone, '"" l ?' ? xh . llmc .. th .V' bod - v of '«<• Francis A. Davis. Henry M. Evans. P' 1 "'" 1 ' s fl , vsl v/ ±h I3t ''' Uc> - whu d ' L ' d George G. Graham. Vivian Hagood, m • uc - tc -»'"cr. 10.29. William R. HcrndoivArthur F. Holland, Ruth C. Kirk. ' Clois R. Morton. William N. Nichols. Leslie H. Reynolds, Edd D. Rhodes, Brack Mabel Smithey. R. Schenck. A. Floy K. Stanley. Siple told Bolt that ho poisoned his daughter because she was mentally incompetent and lie did not want her to go |o an asylum Bolt said Siple had been helping care for the girl, who officially was fW&A ^ DRUGSTORE * "~™*"""*r~-'~i™i^—~—• ^-jrTTr-- i !l WEIGHT, QBftLITY Here's your best bread value! BIG B'JY TWO DOUBLE SAVINGS! PEANUTS Krogers Salted Spanish Jean G. Stark, Alfred W. Stubbc- inan. C. Everett Stutsman, Luther B. Tooley, Marjorie R. Waddle. Robert H. Whinery. — , — •- o ! Paper Box Containing Ear i <«» Kidnap Clue Chicago. Jan. 31 — (UP)— Police studied a scrap of greasy paper and a cardboard box today, hop- in;; to learn if the fiend who bu,tc cred six-year-old Suzanne Dcgnan and the sadist who sent a human ear through the mail were the same person. A small home-made box containing an adult human ear was mailed to Mrs James Dcgnan, mother of the slain child Scrawled on the inside cover was the threat: "Will cut your ear next" Chief of DDetcctives Walter Storms said investigators were comparing the handwriting on the box with that of the $20,000 ransom note which the slayer left in Suzanne's bedroom when he kid- naped her Jan .7. He said the writing on the box apparently had been disguised, as was that on the ransorne note. I Meanwhile the War Department I reported that Sgt. Seymour Sherman, whose name and serial num- ' ber corresponded with laundry I marks on a handkerchief found j near the Degnan home, was oyer- I seas at the time of the slaying. ', Police hoped to interview Sherman. however, to learn whether the handkerchief belonged to him, and, if so, where he could have lost it. Sherman's father, David, said in New York that his son was expected to arrive there soon. Storms said police were convinced that Suzanne's slayer was either a physician, medical student "very good" butcher, cmbalmer or perhaps a livestock handler. He said Suzanne'.s body, parts of which were found in sewer catch basins near her home, had been dismembered in an expert fashion. ally reported to have died of coronary thrombosis and that ho save her shots of potassiu incyanido. But said Siple told him ho gave her a capsule containing the poison at midnight and she died a few hours later. Bolt said Siplr broke down and Univcrsily e>f Arkansas' first bnnd director, Frank IJarr, died here yesterday at the age of 71. Barr was rounder and director of the widely known "Barr's Kid Thursday, January 31, 1946_ Blind" which ninny years ago playcel all over the Southwest. The:re are Olia parl-.!i In the U. S. national capital. MEALS TASTE BETTER WHEN YOU SERVE BLUE RIBBON BREAD AT YOUR OBT\/ oxiyrnv/ GROCERS and CITY BAKERY SCRATCH FEED Kroger's 25 Ib. bag $1.03 100 Lb. $< Bog Country Club CRACKERS Ib. box -8c 2 Ib. box 33c CRACKERS . Ib. box 19c Nabisco Premium Sodas Table Salt . . 2 Ib. box 5c Country Club—Value SPREAD... 32 oz. jar49c Embassy Peanut Butter Clock Bread 2 Kroger's Fresh |'20oz. loaves LEMONS ... 2 Ibs. 23c Sunkist—Fight the ''Flu" APPLES Ib. 14c Extra Fancy Rome Beauties CELERY 2 Ibs. 17c Pascal—For Finer Flavor ORANGES California Navel Large Sizes Lbs. GRAPEFRUIT Texas Marsh Seedless BROOMS Tirnesaver 55c FINEST SPICES LOWEST PRICE LOIN STEAK Cut from Grade A Beef Lb. 35c DR V SALT BUTTS Fine for Seasoning Lb. 15c Bootleg Tax Arouses Mississippi Jackson, Miss., Jan. 30—(/P)—Arguments for and against repeal of the Mississippi black market tax on liquor were marshaled today as the measure, one of the most hotly contested at the present session of the legislature, faced full dress debate in the Senate. Discussion of the repeal bill, introduced by Sen. William McGraw of Bentonia, was a special order of business today. Numerous church and religious groups have condemned the tax as tending to condone liquor law violations and have asked for its repeal. However, a majority of the for a "do not pass" rccommcnda- Senate Finance Committee voted tion on the bill that would abolisl ihe tax, source of about three quarters of a million dollars annua revenue. A minority of the committee signed a report favoring repea and by this parliamentary device trie measure was brought to the Senate floor. Daughter to Join Churchills Today in Miami Visit Miami Beach, Fhi,. JJan. 31 — (UP)— Former British Prime Minister and Mrs. Winston Church ill were lo be joined here tonigh by their daughcr, Mrs. Sara! Oliver. Mrs. Oliver will accompany hei parents lo Havana Friday where they will be guests of the Cubai government. Mr Churchill yesterday stole Ib show when he attended the hors races at Miami's Hialeah truck. Th famed British statesman, accom panied by Gen. Henry H. Arnold, commander of the Army A i r Forces, received a great ovation |'iom 15.000 spectators at the races. j Hunch players took a beating in i the fourth when the wagered heavily on K. A. O'Connor's chestnut gelding, Statesman, just after Churchill's belated arrival. Statesman ran third. ! SLAYER CONVICTED Yellville. Jan. 30 — (&>— Ben Ridi dies, 37, of Peel was convicted by a j Marion county circuit jury yesler: day of second degree murder in the ! fatal shooting of Waller Ashmcad, '',S, farmer of near Peel, lasl Nov. 20. He was sentenced to ten years in the penitentiary. Trial of Riddles began Monday, and the case went to the jury at noon yesterday. The jury deliberated all afternoon. The oldest soldiers' home in the Uniled Stales is located in Washing- lon. It was founded in 1851.

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