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_, * f *r ' * ' ^^^^^"•^^^•^^^^^1^ f?«$!>*aji^^ i* *Wr^T*>' WJMNjJiSllW'Vttt-ft.i ) Two Mackenzie Holds Reunion With Old Belgian Friend, ra Hero of Two World Wars Hope Star HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS The New Kaiser Automobile' ; ".&y OEWITT MACKENZIE •*'AP World Traveler '"' Brussels, Feb. 7 — This is a very frei'sunal column, but I want you! to meet my old friend Ernest Mare- i chf»l,'one of Belgium's heroes, who Magnificently symbtilizes the Al- IliSd spirit of freedom. Justice and ' righteousness 1 for which he has! %tood so" uncomprisinsly at the j 'risk- of his own life through two j ivorld wars. j 1 1 regard Marechal with deepest ' affection, for at the end of World A^nr.-.' Ovie he rescued me here in Bfussets from what, to put it mild- ! 1y,"'Was a most trying predica- 'merit. < I hadn't seen him since that time -"* '2$~ long years — but one of the 'fnst- things Mrs. Mack and I did •tm. arriving in the capital was to ;cail< on Marechal and nis wife and "daughter hi their home. *• 'Back in the last conflict Mare•Chai, many times dared death to oifass the German lines into France -from occupied Belgium in missions t tor his government, in which he >\vras -a* Cjoino. iUiinster. A c.tatio.: sig'ied by-the late King Albert himself described in detail Marechal's vast heroism, and he wears a high decoration..for his service to kin _anti cotintry. That citation is badly stained with dampness, for Marechal buried it in his garden when the Germans occupied Brussels again in the war. It would hav« been his death warrant U they had discovered it. had •tfie _ ojher, _*...„„, grave where the Germans buried him after they had killed him bv . - , •-• ,-starvation and other inhuman trea't eccnom J" is better planned -merit. Still,- the Marechals aren't nays tnan u was then". vindictive. Tears - come to their eyes, but they look on the sacrifice as part of their contribution to the welfare of the country rand ""their lellovv .men. ,'..The"first'time I saw" Marechal ,was When the armistice of World -War. One was just beginning to be Sfor of Hope 1899; Pres» 1937, Consolidated January 18, 1929 Published every weekday afternoon bv Star Publishing Co., Inc. (C. E. Palmer and Alex. H. Washburnl ct (he Star bulitling 212-2 i 4 South Walnut Street, Hope. Ark. C I. PALMER President ALEX. H. WASHBURN Editor and Publisher Entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Hope, Arkansas, under the Act of March 3, 1397. (AP)—MPans Associated Press. (NEA)—Means Newspaper Enterprise Association. Subscription Rates: (Always Payable in Advance); By city corner per week 15c Hempstead, Nevada, Howard, Miller and Lafayette counties, S3.50 per year; clse- "nere 56.50. Member of The Associated Press: The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of all news dis- Mi<.i\e', creel i led to it or not otherwise redited in this paper and also tne local >ews published herein. Thursilny, February 7/ 1946 r- f monocoque" boclv. National Advertising Representative — Arkansas Dallies Inc.; Memphis Tenn., .(crick Building; Chicago, 400 North Michigan Avenue; New York City, 292 Madison we.; DelroiT, Mich., 2842 W. f^mnri Blvd.; Oklahoma City, 314 Termini ^ew Orleans, 722.Union St. these •— " — •* JM^fc i-"_ t,UH Ul J t, \.\J \J\2 . out in detail. I had motored into Brussels with two British officers before the period for the evacuation of that city had arrived and under the armistice terms the Germans were entitled to open fire on such unofficial expeditions. To reach the capital we had motored over miles along roads lined _ .__ «,.i^^ w u.L\j t tf^ iuuiia until cheering Belgians who heaped our car with flowers, because ours JKfire the'-first Allied uniforms thev had.seen. We penetrated Brussels r r O ' ' ••"• Soviet Charge Continued from Page One rescued. The British case had the backing of the Netherlands government, Spots on Sun Today Bother Radio Waves New York, Feb. 7 — (UPi—Sun i; oots hampered communications throughout the United States and Canada and interfered with radio t-eption irom me far c,ast today. A spokesman for the Western had to be re-routed over other wires. [ The American Telephone &> Tele-1 •yraph Co. reported the effects of! the disturbance was Celt on wires running along the Atlantic seaboard and as far inland as Wiscon-1 sin and Minnesota. ] Similar disturbances were re-1 oorted in Canada by the Canadian j National Telegraph Co. Communi- • Rocky Road to Smooth Riding ing ot the .Netherlands government, national .telegraph Co. Communi- The unrecognized Indonesian gov- j cations were disrupted throughout ernment. also nas declared that (the maritime provinces and as far British troops should remain in I'-vest as Toronto, a spokesman for Java until all Japanese troops are 'he company said, disarmed and removed. Radio listening Despite the difficulties of Ihe Indonesian case, the council faced it "um me r ar r^asi was "»uz with one distincl average, and that : indicating strong interference. "••"•• the experience they had. The dislurbance is u ~' : istening posts along the coast reported that reception tne Far East was "btizvz," i was the experience they had e sturbance is belie gained in settling the Greek dis- ! caused by ymagnetic rays oina pute without splitting the unity o£ in § from the sun spots w the bi owers. ' bost the current on the wir . The" "Russians" yielded on every major charge against Britain as the council resolved believed LUUlt- bost the current on the wires. i ••First effects of the disturbance were reported al 6:15 a. m. EST. : Radio lelephone service overseas i • uneasiness, 'for many Irrnans were about, but il wasn't irwe reached the big square at Port de Namur*that wd.-really gcountered jdangeri .-.-•... "f. huge crowd of'eager Belgians psed m about our car so that we "ulctn't me---* ' • "- ^tsiueiabk ijmnuci ui i"i"ussian oj yvitnuiciwii irum ^jreece-- immeai- . gers came -swaggering toward us, I ately or .that they were endanger- 1 nit-'•",' ^ ra ?, l , ed , by th ^ tnr ong' and the »ng world'peace, as he had origin-i. Officials at the Hayden plane-! We knew we were, in for it'un- ally demanded. , Lanum said the spots on the face! ' •- --" • • • -- - - - '"' the sun at the nresent time are To Probe Poisoner's Case Further ; Grand Rapids, Mich., Feb. ", jtUPi—Kent County Prosecutoi jMi-nso U. Boll said today he in- j tended to continue his investigation jof loose ends in the lurid careci i:l Ftank Siple. convicted poison! killer of lils iiwn daughter. | The 53-year-old untorcked minis lor ul the Church of God had an undisirubed sleep in his county jail cell last night following his sentence to lite imprisonment. He .•amily awaited transfer to Southern Michigan prison. Tin- first decree murder sentence yesterday enocd one phase of one of the most bix.arre cases in Michigan history, but left many pu/./lcs unsolved, Bolt said. He said he was determined to probe further into Siple's denial that he killed his first wife, Bertie who died after a short illness at Uixon. III., in 1929. Police officials believe that Siple killed 17-yenr-old Dorothy Anne in because she knew to much about the death of her mother, .••le's first wife. Siple tins denied that as "malicious gossip." First Penalty on Auto License to Expire Saturday I Little Rock, Feb. 7 — IF)— Slate j .U'vonup Commissioner Otho A. Cook said today the first penalty I period for purchase of automobile i licenses will expire Saturday noon, i j until then licenses may be pur- : .•ased at original cost, plus a S3 penally. Beginning Monday the penalty I >viil be SB lor a 10 day period, after ! winch it again will increase. Soldier Found to Be Only 13; He's Sure of Discharge Wichita Falls. Tex., Feb. 7 --(/Vi— Pvt. Ralph K Lindsey of .Texarknna awaited formal discharge from the army nt* Sheppard Field last night after ofticers discovered his age. His ago — 13. Sheppard field public relations officers said Lindsey arrived here Feb. b, a»;c-r several weeks processing nt Camp Joseph T. Hobinson, Ark,, where he enlisted lor three years. "1 wanted to cnrr" •••> iho Texas war trndltlon," Lindsey grinned, 'bin . > < , ,.,_. fo go back to school now." Awaiting ctispen.siKiou <,. his cat--", troops of Squadron One made the youth their official mascot. He is the son of James I. Lindsey (Route 3> Texarkana. Baylor Jumps : * ' B Into Tie With Hogs Dallas, Feb. 7 — (/P)— Baylor's 3cars jumped into a tie with Ar- <ansas for first place in the South- vest Conference basketball race by landing Southern Methodist a 57•18 defeat here last night. Overcoming a first half deficit, Coach Bill Henderson's Bruins piled up yfi points in the second half against 24 for the Ponies. AGGIES UPSET LONGHORNS College Station. Tex., Feb. ,7 — (/I 1 )— Texas A. M. upset the Uni- vcisily of Texas 50 to <!•! after hold- ng a stoaclv lead throughout a Southwest Conference basketball game here last night. Violence on Picket Lines in Illinois Gridlcy, 111., Feb. 7 —(UPi—As- sertions of "sell dcfi-nsi.'" and "col blooded murder" wore made today in the aftermath of strike violence on the Toledo, Penria Western railroad, in which two pickets were ; killed and three others injured Witnesses said thai the si. nnish- ing took place yesterday after special agents jyiaicling' ,i TI'W freight train fired into a group of strikers who had attempted to halt nin..(, m( , n ) ,,f || )( , t|- a j rl * The victims were members of t locoiiioiiM.- ui'Li..e-n aim enjjine- men's union, winch had been on strike against the railroad since Oct. I, when the line was returned to its owners after federal operation. Locked in the McLean county jail at nearby Blonmington. 111., 'were four guards, reported to have participated in the shooting. They A-or held on ope nchargcs ponding additional nueslinnin". ., In Peoria. 111., W. C. Reiser, in-ff tcrrialional vice-president i •' Lie un ion, charged that the pickets had been "shot down in cold blnn:l bv employed gunmen of the railroad." Reiser said he would seek murder warrants against the four guards and against TP&W President George P, MeNear, Jr. Husbands! Wives! *? the council resolved the Greek n^aio leiepnone service overseas crisis, .last night. Andrei Vishinskv. ! we : re disrupted yesterday y'oy the -Soviet, vice commissar of L'oreign! s ° lar Phenomenon. The Bell Tele„ 0 .affairs, announced 'he would not i IJ P°" C • V°• said ' II , was the first n about our car so that we i insist on a council stalement say- '" CKOm ln several years on its! move' At'that juncture T a I ine-- that British forces should be '°y ersea , s radio telepnone channels. , abl6 number of Prussian of withdrawn from Greece- immedi- Ula ™.els to South America, also j Jme-swa^geHnB toward .us, ately or .that they were endanger- : Wl x, e ;. D . lo , ckecl b £ ^ sun s P° ts - I It's a rough and rocky road that 1946 automobile models have to travel in tests at the Ford Motor Co., laboratory plot at Dearborn, Mich. However, any weaknesses revealed are reported to the engineering department, which tries to correct them.- _.. ,,%, f* W* *5.' 4il l:\Jl It, LI II. some wholly unexpected heln jrned up. The Germans were clos- m fast when suddenly a little in popped up fronrv-the crowd and :ed: "can I be of service u '- to British'Foreign Secretary'Ernest!?/ the sun ?- ; t , he Present time are evin gave ground, too, in not i the . largest in the memory of plane« ^ . . '.. ..f^ciii v-^ /-.fftm,, Tf Bevin ij^vlll £,ll> t; ^iULUlU, LUU, 111 11UL'.. • ~ ff . . pressing for formal council action : lanum °' flclals to exonerate Britain of the charge. | ~~ In,earlier debate he had demanded! a flat "yes'-or no-" verdict.„ [ mt^arld^saTd^o^neeer w^'for I by ~ tj -'>-'Council member Edward Tie dace to hide — and miir-k- \"- Stettinius, Jr., 'in secret negoti- Sth that, Marechal — for it was! ationSi the cas e was closed by a Pulled a man out of the crowd '' w"?^ 6 - ix TSl ? teme " t Ab >' Chairman shoved him- onto oar running-i^H'?'' Miakln o£ A "straha. The I witri a tfhfeberprP'nrrt>r i statement merely said that the- 5 Are in Hammer Slaying Everett. Wash., Feb. 7 GRAIN AND PROVISIONS Chicago. Feb. 7 — (JP) — The unrestrained May rye, toward which government officials .recently pointed an accusing finger, gai- |d shoVed himrorto oi rrunnTng ! *' J ,'°' ' M , aki » o£ -|aid witri a tfhfeperetf-'ord"r ' stalement merely said that Fhen Marecha> : took Command of'I 011 " 0 ,' 1 took no . te ° f the charge and s people like a field marshal and ^ enla1 ' and O- 1 , Declarations made _ „„..., _„. , ened_up a lane for our car at i Dy ,, °A ner mernb ^'' s of - ihe council i Five men were held bv police for s same't'irrie rnairitainih" a bar ' an Gl " eoce terming the charge un- • ' jr against the oncoming Germans"' lo V;r.u ed ' • •' Be Prussians' faces were pictures ! ,u he ma , J ?, n !;>; °* tno members of (rape, but—they • couldn't ?«? : the council." Makm said, "have fough. feet : expressed their views and in the ' president's opinion it is the sense extras 3 4 local lots 34: cars 35 1-2 to 3fi 1-2: U. S. Standards 1 & 2 local .lots 33 to 33 1-2: cars, 34 1-2: U. S.:. standards 3 4 local lots 32 1-2 to 33: current receipts 32 1-2; , - - o : curren recept loped around in broad, raoied price dirties 30 !-'>• checks 30 I- 1 ' fluctuations again today under '. — 0 •— II mild pressure. i ST. LOUIS LIVESTOCK As usual, the grain shifted ;is •. National Stockyards, 111.. Feb. 7 much as a cent or more a bushel — (K'\ —Hciga. 4.500; good and choice on light offers either to bury or'barrows and yilts 100 Ibs up 14.HO; sell, as oroicors awaited possible • odd lots me.-lii:m and good 80-100 icsirictive regulations in compii- " '" "" wo until the nexl day. "when "*f , °ur • getaway. That [nt.he aeted as my guide on an ledition into the heart of Brus!, when agairt* 'diaster nearlv *>• ;-=T~ rcame us —'but-tnnVs *„?', f' y , Vishinsky sau fry. ".5. ut ,. m V.. i anotner , yielded out of the 5.' '*L c ° llncil that the presence of v !'s h'^ British troops in Greece' 'does "not L-ncianger the maintenance of International peace and security. It seems to me that the council may -ii-vv regaicl •'- • "spirit of cooper Mrs. Mack and I were about ' ati . on " and added that the soviet *i..« *i— n*- ... ^ a "^*ut j union hoped for -a "—"* : ' questioning today with the hammer- in connection slaying of Ber- a .aovernmenl request to directors of ine board of trade to _.......„ ... limit or discontinue trading in the nice Honralh, 20, .formerlv of Hu-1 delivery. ron, S. Da whose unconscious] Oats held at firm to strong prices form, nude from the waist down, I most of the time in a slow trade. weights was found in a small city park here Tuesday night. Dtective Capt. C. E. Jones had Offers to sell other grains at ceiling bids wete negligible or wholly absent, hammer, an autopsy disclosed, as she the , , took a short cut home from store where she worked. She P ._ — „, ...it,v..(v atju j. were aoont i • \ ;— »«»t, auvit,i _ ..._._ ,— .,„_ — yeaye the Marechal home ves- ' u(nlon , n °.P e d f° r -a "continual died about five hours later |day I asked him if he was honp strengthening and development" 01 | for the future of Belgium wi'= •.-', rlt ', I " 1 '.^ uss - t ^. n /elations. Bevin re- Edward S. Morris \7^^ re - s ^ i ^ s 'the ' ' -' " " METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Life ^and Per-sc5riai Accident c £, Health - Insurance S. Elm Telephone 32 plied that Britain also \vanted "unity of action XXX maintained and strengthened" and declared: "Sir, three great Allies have fought together. Perhaps the ven- Ulauon oi our difficulties al Ihe first meeting of the security council may represent a situation in wnich we have removed misunderstanding. And, if that is so, these out regaining consciousness . The autopsy report stated she had nol been raped. o Steel Price- Continued from Page One . , , j first meetings will have meant, that SHOP AT DENNIS- ACON ARMOUR'S SLICED ?ry Salt Square Cut , Pound " """'" - ' )S Center Cut Pound Smoked Pound Shoulders 33c Grade A Pound Roast Beef 25c GROUND Lb. 25c : af or DRY SALT PLATES jrode A .*-;'Pound Ajl SweeKjr Crcmo Pound SeetRoasI 25c Oleo 25c DYERS LOCAL PRESSED DENNIS FOOD STORE 11^ E ->.J ...--.- mim 112 E. 3rd •:•'. •.-;«." •-• •«•>/*. a special detail of six men assigned i Wheat, corn and barley closed -rl *? a , se ' , I unchanged at ceilings of $1.80 1-2, The girl was beaten on the head] SI.18 1-2 and SI 22 1-2- oats un- and_ body apparently with a claw j changed to 1 cent higher than ycs- 1- as terclay's finish, May 81-cent ceiling: rye unchanged to 3 cents up, May ^2.09 3-4-$2.10. NEW YORK COTTON New York, Feb. 7 —0<P)— Coiton futures regislered small gnins in slow trading today, featured by mill covering against textile orders. There was some March liquidation and switching into later months anticipating first notice da on Feb. 26. Most traders awaited further developments on the administration wage-price policy and the pending price control hearing next Monday in the House. Late alternoon prices were IS to 35 cents a bale higher. Men. 25.4U, May 25.4!). and Jly 25.46. Aggressive mill buying rallied cotton futures to the best levels for the day in late dealings with some months establishing new sc--!son highs. Futures closed 60 to f!5 cents a hale higher. Men high 25.57 — low 25.43 — last '^.57 up 12 May high 25.5!) — low 25.44 — last 25.56-58 up M-lfi Jly high 25.56 — low 25.41 5 up lo Oct high 25.31! — low 25 23 «.35-38' up 14-17 Dec high 25.32 — low 25.20 — l;r-i 25.32 up 15 Meh high" 25.25 — low 25.17 — last ornment's original stabilization j formula would have worked out. Shortly after Mr. Truman's conference with reporters he scheduled a meeting for this afternoon with Philip Murray, head of the CIO Steelworkers union and one of the ninc'"-'!s in II"- 1 steel rlicniite Mn-ray will see the president at 3:30 p. m. Asked whether he would begin his Florida vacation on Monday it the steel strike had not Ifeen settled oy then, the president said yes; he was still going to Florida; he could do business by telephone. Boy Friends Conlinucd from Page One ed unsuccessfully to revive her. i She said sne had noticed a bedroom curtain raised about midnight 'but had not given it a second j thought, because Marylou had nol ! called her. She said they had ar- langed a dislress signal, whereby Marylou would raise the shade and telephone if anything went amiss. We've built better than we hoped." As Makm rapped the session to an end shortly before midnight .uevm, siiuuna, luinuu LO Visiiinoj\y and offered his hand. The Daiamg, ue-speiHataea rtussian clasped it and a grin spread over his lace. Both Hose and Bevin, with his free nand,' reached out to Stellini- us. The America/i grasped his hand and stood up. The spectators cheered and Bevin's eyes glistened. In the- same hall earlier in the week, the plain-spoken iiritisri labo- ute Had given me direct "lie" to Vishinsky s charge and countered that the "real clanger" to world peace lay in the ••incessant propaganda" n-orn Moscow against Uri- lain. Vishinsky had accused Britain of supporting "Moiiuit-iuc-i.-uac-ist e.v- iriunls" in Greece and imposing on Iho Greeks a minority govci ninenl. At Ihe close oi iasl night's session Greek . 25.27N up 14 Middling spot N-nominaJ. 26.15N up 14 NEW YORK STOCKS Stocks generally continued their 'etreat in loday's market although early reactions of 3 to 5 points for •ecenlly buoyant liquors were subsequently reduced and steels ex- libiled isolated srengh -as imminent settlement of the strike in this industry was expected. A prop for bullish sentiment was the fad that liquidation never was Ibs 13.50-14.50: sows all 14.05: stags 13.75-14.05. Catle, 2.:niO: . uves. 1.000; general market displaying some slow- jness as con-,pare 1 ;! with earlier in i week. prices not essentially i changed howver: suhplion light- j about 10 load steers o:: sale; few choice steers 17.00-25; god 15.00lfi.50: medium around 1300.-14.50; few good heifers and mixed yearlings 14.25-IG.OO: medium 12.00- I4.C;); -;') percent of run cows; god cows up to 13.50; common and me:'ium 9.25-i2.00; ca:i:iors and cutters 7.00-8.5:0: beef bulls 13.50-14.00; sausage bulls 11.00-13.00; choice veaieis 9.00-17.90; medium and good 13.00-10.50; nominal range slaughter steers 10.00-17 90' slaughter heifers 9.00-17.75; stocker and feeder steers 9.00-14.50. Sheep, 2,500; slaughter lambs strong.to 25 higher to shippers and small killers; early bulk good and choice native i'ed western wooled lambs 1.1.50-75: fo-.v ;,/i 15.25: top 16.00 for nearly two decks mostly choice natives: part deck medium and good full clipped Iambs 14.00. NEW ORLEANS COTTON New Orleans. Fob. 7 -- i/l 1 ,—Cotton futures advanced lo now sea. sonal highs hero today on buying encouraged by tin- possibility of the ending of m-.:jor --iriki-s. Closing prices were Mrady -|(l t-j 35 cents a bale higher. Men high 25.05 — l.,w 25.51 — close 25.60 May high 25.(iO -- low 25.47 — close 25.5.') Jly high 25.5!) --- 1,,-w 25.4(i — close 25.55-57 Ocl high 25.-13 — |.,w 25.2U — close 25.4f.-41 DCL high 25.37 -- low 25.20 — close 25.30 v...- ..M^-I tiiti l jjviuiuci nui j jic;\ tU Was ' ftjTUIIISL UIU p really urgent. Dealings were slow | Greenwich site. , M. 3. HANDLER London, Feb. 7 —(UP)— France registered opposition today to the localio.i of UNO headquarters in ihe New v'oi-:; ;u-ea, giving impetus to a groundswell of sentiment against the proposed Stamford------ a fairly active get-.-'.way Many morning losers were well above their lows near Ihe close and a was in around 1,500.000 among the smallest sion in two weeks. Passage of the cas smattering of plus marks evidence. Transfers of shares were for a full ses- labor legislation by the House inspired .soni,- bidding. Bonds steadied. POULTRY AND PRODUCE Chicago, Feb. 7--(/h—-Live poul- ' ' ' ' ' on hens, firm on trucks, M. V. Bioustra of Franco told the permanent headquarters committee that the New York area contained too many foreign colonies, and the UNDO would "sulfur from exasperated nalionalisrii." "For example," Brouslra said, "there is a bi; ; Jewish colony Can :, uu iiriiigii!!.' n.iklMig UNO 'debate on Palestine in that atmosphere. "Moi cover. New YorK is so big iha; !l would i.-ausc great physical dithuullies even in the simple mechanism of distributing documents ' Bion.sl.ra proposed the selection now only ot interim "leadquarlers, cord established great powers to equally grateful. between the which we two are """ Eggs, receipts 16,311; firmer; U. S. Extras 1 2 local lots 34 1-2 lo 35 1-2; cars, 37 to 37 1-2; U S coast the by „ strongly supporting inspection committee's recom- o t^um rnendatipn of the Slamford-Green wich area, Tlimitmmli. or huiuii'il KOlcly limiuM! I/ml-.- Ini-i-, Inili. l-'c/ l.w vim. vitality, irv o.-,1r- < Ti riU; i-.bln. d -r.-> •) Irnn >mi. ti,,,, ,i; : , v n,ril r<u- i,-.,,- -i. r .,...,,1,^ vitamin Hi. l.inv rr;'.l I :"ir,jilui;ii..-y ."l-.li: . .i-j J.A I At all drug slores everywhero-—-ir Hope, al Cox and Gibson Drugs You can always find just what you need at Owens' Dept. Store. Since Valentines Day is just around the corner why not dress for the men in your life by selecting ono of our blouses, dickies and skirts. We have new merchandise arriving daily. BLOUSES Cupid says "IT's no guessing game if you are wearing one of these pretty blouses." We agree with Cupid. Come in today and choose one of these "smarties" for your wardrobe. All styles in white and pretty pastel colors. ' 95 5' DICKIES Right now when a suit without any extra garments is just a comfortable weight — we bring dickeys that look for all the world like blouses. Just the thing for your new spring suit. See our collection. 98c .98 ALL WOOL SKIRTS These are the wardrobe makers girls date in. Smart wool skirts to wear with blouse,sweaters, and jackets so suitable for the career minded or the collegiate. Plaids, checks, herringbone tweeds and chic solids in the styles you'll adore. 2 .98 and :.95 USE OUR CONVENIENT LAYAWAY PLAN Owen's Depl. Store __.. NEXT DOOR TO THE POSTOFFICE BEN J. OWENS PHONE 781 _Thursd<jy, <J,4- ' I ID Jocuii and r< ana i erscma Phone 7G8 Between 9 a. m. and 4 p. m. I Social Calendar Thursday, February 7. 'nie.i'iit Celbiirne Cliapler U.I) C will meet Thursday allernnon at £:.K) :il the home nf Mrs. 11 C Whltwnrth with Mrs. Chas. I.oek'e imd Mrs. J. W. Branch as a.-,snc- iatr> hostess. Friday, February 8. 'Jhe Fiiday Music Club will meet 1'riday evening at 7'IHI at II.e homo ,,f Mrs. Eugene White .nn I'.asl Second street. Monday, February 11. The Union Meeting of the Methodist Baptist and Presbyterian church Women's circles will meet fit the Baptist church Monday night at 7 o'clock. Mary Louise Keith. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lowe arc movum to Hope today from Gurclon ami will be at home at 30!) West Third ' Clubs The circles of the Women's Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian church will meet at 2:HO Monday i altornonn at the Circle Mo. 1 at jW. M. Cantley Circle No. 2 at Tom McLarty following iilaces: j the home of Mrs. the home of Mrs. at the home nf Mrs. Circle Nn. Paul Hiley. The Business Women's Circle will -' meet jointly with the Molhndi.st imd Baptist church circles at the Fiist Baptist church Monday night: o'clock. Dolph The Dolph Home Demonstration Club met at the home of Mrs. Dal- tnn Hulsey September 2-11 h al 2:00 (i clock. Mrs. John Hnlfield calico meet 111).; lo order by giving Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag. Mrs Oallon Ilulsey, Mrs. Glen Hatfield and Miss Wcstbrnok sang "Old I'oiks at Home." Devotional was read by hostess from John 5 9-13. Holl call was answered by each member giving a New Year's resolution. Minutes wore read and approved. A report of the County Council meeting was given by Mrs. John Ifatfield. Tomatoes and snap boans jure to be canned in HMti for Crip- j Pled Children's Home. The club j that brings the most members lo I our next County Council Meeting ! which will be in March will rcc- ioive a prize. This completed the ! r.ld bnisness. New officers wore elected as follows: Prcisdont. Mrs. John Hatfield: Vice-president. Mrs Dallnn Ilulsey: Secretary and Treasurer, Mrs. nienn Hatfield; Reporter. Mrs. Glen Hat field. A demnnlstratinn on table setting M.D. By DOROTHY STALEY Trio Betsy The Doctor Says: By WILLIAM A. O'BRIEN, Wrllten for NEA Service Expectant mothers need plenty of good food, as their baby obtains his fond al their expen.-,' 1 . The daily diet of the mother-to-be should consist of a iieni.'rous serving of meat, including liver once a week, a quart nl paslcuri/.rd milk, one ounce of bul lor. on' 1 fresh vegetable, nut- given k'aly vegetable, one cooked vt'gciirj'c'. geneions amount:; of citrus fruits or their equivalent, one- egg. and whole grain ceieal or bread. F.xtra vitamins in to those in their foods should 1 taken only on the advice of Ihe physician. An expectant mother stores food lo tide over both Iv 1 self ;in<l her babv for a possible rainy dav. If the emeri'eiH'.y does not develop, the extra stores arc eliminated after the baby is honi. Water storage is a good oxi.m;)!' 1 of this, as a good rk-al of Lin- weight gained during pregnancy ; thai 1 had inilated and given her is water. Rapid weight loss fol- j fr- Christmas, which she had tuck- lowing the birth of the baby is ! ,. ( \ into h"r bell. so. Ihnl it made a largely water loss. Kxpoolan! ;|>l,-ish of color against the while- mother also store nitrogen, and <i.r~,r. of her dross. probably iron, calcium, some vi- ' ' "You look very pretty, my "dear." lamins, and certain other food j i i-ujd. Ihey Cried . \w. Story: Phillipa taunts Jiijout hor romance 1 with Pi'ii UnwiK.'s and thi'eatcnfi to tell hi; wife. Betsy is furious. She oi'i'.'rs Phillipa from the roijin. The quarrel is overheard by .'i.irah. Int- upstairs maid. X JXsy knew I had heard, but she didn't, as I expected she would, enriched i come to my room and speak of Iho i.dcl'lion | i ;••.:!'lor. I heard the snower run: riu'. ha','d rind I thought, "Shn'f I'-'Hing it run fast and hard to get rid oi lior speen." I was sure thai wlion the shower had washed awa.\ snrre of the nngor, she would come in. bul she didn't come near until :,!)•! was ready lo leave. Sho looked lovely Hint night in a while sheer dress as soft and fragile as a clniul. The only note of color •".-.': a blue chiffon handkerchief Mangum-Sparks Marriage Announced. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Mangum announce the marriage of their daughter. Vera to R. C. Sparks, soil nf Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Sparks. The marriage was .solemniztid on Monday February '! at Ihe home of Iho ofliciating minister Reverend D. O. Silvey. After a short wedding trip ths couple will be at homo on South Pine street here. Coming and Going To Relieve Misery Rub on Tested was ccinriiicted by Mrs. Lonnie Pari ris. This was very interesting i and we learned the proper way lo I use knives, forks and spoons, also ; where the seal men and women guests. 1 ICiic-h member paid a nickel for . 'he drawing for the gift box with Mrs. Hiitficld receiving a beautiful butter dish as prize. . The meeting was closed by rc- • pealing the creed. Delicious refros: hmcnl were served by the hostess. Next meeting will be in the home of Mrs. John" Jlatfield. Social Situations THE SITUATION: You are wearing a heavy coat when you board a plane. WRONG WAY: Hand it to the hostess as you board. RIGHT WAY: Keep the coat until the hostess asks for il after the take-off. . ——o The birth rate in the United States has decreased during the past IfiO year from 55 per thousand population to less than 20. essential There is no rule of thumb for! prescribing a diet for nil expectant mothers. Erich one is ah in- | dividual problem, and this i:-- the '• lenson our nutrition standards i may fall short of being the ideal. HEAVY WOMEN EAT LESS ; The average profcian 1 . «.vo.Ti:-n needs about MOO calorics a day. Those who do heavy \vork iv. er 1 mere food, but those who lake i; : easy, and those who are overweight should eat lei;s. Sugar and fat. increase wei.v'il. while ei'tivi" less sugar and lat redut-'-s \vc-ir?hi A great many women allow Diem- selves to become- Ion fat duri" ' pregnancy. Although there should be some gain in weight, trom natural causes, after the baby is borr i the mother should weigh' approxi- i mately the same as she did bofnre shn became prcKnanl. Expectant mothers were forme 1 ! 1 - ly advised to eat lesj meat during pregnacny 1-) reduce the nro- toin in theii diet.. A-UtaHy. they need more protein'. This i-; besl supplied bv meat mil!-: prd eggs. Physicians no longer heliove that meat harms the kid'icys. In both normal and complicated prcpnnuc- | es, expectant mothers :--iviuld ea' libei al quantities of p/otoi'i every ' day. WATCH YOUR TEETH Should you take eal-.-iitm to or. m-ide a little face al ine. i: such 'i bri'ad and milk i'- r:] M • -.." That was Ihe r-i'va'i'm rlie i;ave of t ! ic vith Pliil'ipa: the only vi "nt s'no nvidp of the fa"t 'iial 1 muEt have heard. "Why '•' 'imarl. or sop'u'stiealod?" •P oil--." 1 : -a : d. "was an ac- ceptablv \vorri when sophisticated ;-,•• MOV-M- jipplj.-c' to nice girls '•''•'•• '.-on." c "ie camt 1 close p.nd ruffled my hair with her chee'-. and I added, ••/, ••(! rrinomber. pretty is as pretty To Honor Tru'mdn .*•••> i • •^W'.«'"i< 1 ^iS>5iAi 1 wa ;T/.r~" t.ir~" ™&~ New ai Here are some items in Lingerie that you will really want. Come in and see this selection and get yours now while we have them. Shop at Rephan's. - New spring poplin blouses in White or Blue. 2.70 Batiste slips that are real values. Sizes to 16 LocPicr, BLOOMERS Cotton bloomers for only Children's Bloomers Children's Rayon bloomers for only You'll want some of these slips. Only 2.98 You'll want several of these 79c Panties in both lace trimmed and tailored. From 69c and 79c Panty girdles for only Children's Panties Rayon panties for only ..s-***""--^ «$*>. NEW SPRING '.'.'.v, 1 s;iid. "Yes. Nana." and I " .--• vnt she might be 12 tonight and ••.-.'!•••: t.) a party. I blinked awav ihe in F! i-i front of my eyes, and ••;•''•'• •r'ic'-rly because of the husk^IK "« in mv throal. 'Aren't you f|iiile dressed up to:'. : n':' t'' " "This, darling." she answered ••i- :• vcrv extra s-pccuil nnrty. and we're all dressing i 11 the fjrtind m: •••i'or. !!'•: '-v'Air'- birthday ;• -il Fred's birth IP" nnd 1'ieir f ; rst ••••id second weeding anniversa- ••V.'hnlr-ver .'.-o you talking :u;.uit'.'" I asked. 'F.-cd lias s full thirty days !• :ive." siie explained, "so they're '.-i:i\-'n:.! a navty lo celebrate all the :. , ,.,.-..,.. I'j-,.,,, ,,-,isst'd together. Tl'.cy'll probably throw in Christ-; n"o. I'C'W Year's too. and I'll ;• (|--ite late gel'ing home. Arn •;a!t' T rn;••'•>< bri'ig Klelch and P'lil- ' ;•,. but F't-tch : .:-'*.'l i'oir.e yel. Oh. X: " :,'— b ; t her V"- a-ir 1 hr>v hr. ids ci'rk-d irt: 1 two 1'tl 1 -' cl?->ch- -! f's!.--. "sornpthing has to be clone .'oov.t Phillip;i." T shook mv head, "Nov. 1 , Betsv," ' --.lid. '" he «:ii!l->d r'.iQ."i.illy al mo. "Good .i^ht, darling." she said, apd wa.; :.:o-'e swiftly in a swirl of while, like .•! b't ow milkweed down caught in a breeze. M: 111 ff i Dinner t'~-al night was quite dull. 1 Flctrli d ; d not come back, and no ' ov.e '--c-.v v.'here Phillipa had gone. Mv Alis- Je'Miy hcrrelf v/p.'il lo look i'nr h-- 'D t P'-'P'pa's room was emply. ll?r car, that they had us^d to I'l'ine from Philadelphia, was left your teeth'.' Most physician;advise their patients to see their dentists and have all cavities filled. Women I'oimerly lost teeth after childbirth because they did not go lo the dentist during preg- 1 i ai-cv. Unless you have teeth in 1 excellent condition, staying away 'tiom the dentist for nearly a year I \\ il! allow iidvanccd decay to develop. One quart of pasteurized mill-, every clay supplies most of the calcium needed by the average expectant mother." ;one from the garage. That kit nly Miss Jenny and Mr. Willson Andrew Stilus. Dru and myself. | C'onversiition lagged and finally Mr. ''• Willson excused himself and'woiil, lo the library, and my Miss Jenny i got very .(luttr-ry and followed him! in. I heard him say to her, "Jenny, I had looked forward lo the me when my children would come home with their families and . . ." iss Jenny shut the door firmly at ;'t, point. TI-,-re was an awkward silence and then Andrew Stiles asked Dru..i and me if we would «o lo the . iving pictures with him. I beg- i.d off. bul I could tell by Dru's yes thiil she would have sal (hroiiL'h any kinrf of movie just to •r?;t away from her thoughts. But when you arc my age you '•now it is useless lo tr 1 - 'o rm awav from them. You mights justas well give in gracefully. It's like 'sing anodyne for a to,, uachi:. I stops il for a while, but having j bar! a brief respite f:om the uain. ' voi: feel it is doubly severe when il '-•onies back. I went out on the ler- rnfe with the evening paper, but t ioi!c of the horror of the robot '-Joinbiivrs. of the invasion front, srr-mer 1 . as real to me as the rgli- '•CKS that h:id been loosed at Cliff's Edge that day. I turned to t'-ie r-omics —Flelc 1 ! says that he and Betsy comuletely Amerieanixed me | iiy conversing ir.e to the comics---: but. dear me. all the comics seemed to have their problems 110. Finallv I just lay back on l'v lounge and lislened to the Ira'nl whistle? lr creecliing in the vallev. It was (itiile dark before my Miss Jenny came out. She didn't sil down but wandered around, pushing one of the white chairs ir.U 1 place here, lugging al another one there. She scanned the sky and naid, "Do you think it will rain. Nana?" I said. "No," and nothing more wns said for a while. Then she said, "I wonder whorr Flok'h is." There was no sense in my a 1 - swr;ring thai question; T couldn't even SLICES. Then she asked. "Where's Dru." I could answer Ihnl. "She \veit lo 'lie moving pictures with Uncle Andrew." ?,Tv Miss Jenny said. "Oh." rath p- flat.lv. a-d I know al thai mo- •renl th;U she h:id known about and Fletch. DOROTHY DIX Husbands' Shortcomings Inasmuch as at the present mo- inomenl the number of divorces h;is it-ached an aslromical high, and jonsidorlng thai women are Ihe :hief petitioners for separation .rom their mates, it causes one to vondor what are the particular faults of husbands thai make their wives unable to stand 'em. Certainly no man marries with ihe set purpose of making a woman miserable!.- On the contrary, every bridegroom , is just sloshing over with good intentions, and he has never » doubt bul what he will be one of the perfect husbands who keeps hiu wife on her kncos thanking God for her luck in gelling him. So wherein does he fail lo make ho griide? I Ihink a, lake is. thai he Ihinks he is being a good husband when he pays his wife's bills; when he gives her a home, a car and a charge accounl anniversary and. .when they moj her a present they shove a at her. and say: "Get,, something. I don't knosy-what yml want." Though she has Spent wefiKS in hinting for some, particular thing. And if that doesn't rub file gilt off of the gingerbread "pn matrimony, nothing will., * Still another fault of husbandsf that they don't try to be taining companions to their When they coma home at nig&f, they gobble their .dinners, and JLH£|i reli're. behind the .evening pagir ~ Hamilton Molt, above, president of Rollins College, Winter Park, Fla., will be host to President Truman during the chief executive's Florida vacation when Rollins College will award lo Mr. Truman an honorary degree of Doctor of Humanities- Questions and Answers Q—How long have swivel chairs been in use? A—Four centuries. and only grunt \yhen ; they through the domestic quest;, If a dummy were subsUftitpd , her, ihustaand. many,,a wife wq never find it out. .Boredom s$ , , , . , . manv •< \<"f" ip seanr-h oC i n man s fundamental mis- who wln at least spea i c when gp en-to. .- .-, i •(-..- • r' .And of alkthe .fault" .that a r band can have that gel,oil bis v es is stirigineK--.. Having a, on hsi pocketbook and da the pennies • l > her, as if a mendicpnt. "/hen. ; she out at ihe besl shops, and doesn't cril• i i oc i. icive her hai.s or her. coffee. Wives' want, all of thai, .bul Ihcy want somclhiwT more. They \vant a few ori-hid:j along with their .beefsteaks, and for their husbands to'show that 'hev still .consider them glamour girls as well as good cooks. Drops Love-Making . . done the work of hall V dozen, servants without even gelling fi d.olfa'f of the money she has earned over and over .again. . -.*' These -are some of Q—How many stars were in Old Glory when Francis Scott Key wrote "The Star-Spangled Banner? A—15 stars, 15 stripes. The two added from the original 13 were in recognition of Vermont (1791) and Kentucky (1792). Congress returned ihe. number of stripes lo 13 in Ihe third flag law in 1818. Q—What animal before eating? A—The raccoon. washes its food Q—What is the Mighty Mauler? A—Navy's newest dive-lorpedo- I bomber. It can dive vertically i faster than 500 mph, fly more than , , •, - ... •• good husbands that make them bad' The next blunder men,make is in |h usba nds—small- defects,, u "* " ; - ' any dropping all lovp-making --at Bltar. Few' Ain'erican riien gel lhr : ll out of. i--r---' shin. To t it is a chore and they hurry up the wedding to get over with it. Romeo. U. S. A. style; having assured a girl of his devotion and taken on her support for .life to prove it, sees no reason to keep on harping on the subject. But not so Ihe wife. The wedding cake didn't cure her of her ci aving for sweets. She wants her husband to tell her every day of hor life, how .much he loves her, and as long as he does he may beat her and starve her and she will take it. .and like it. - . Another mistake;! that husbands make in dealing with their wives is in not doing something actively to make them happy. Most men assume that just being married to them is all Ihe joy that any woman could possibly ask. . They never Ihink up a Ireal for. the litl'e woman, or even take hor stepping U"- '•-^ss she has band/jei'od them into doing it.. They never remember an i V^ ! lll4J)W<l*HJa »HI1W*J. «w.*>-.,~ >vf —••- <• "^J lne j fi e little things that make, or ma ^ ! Ihe happiness riage. . ' of -women , By HAL COCHRAN . One way to get a kick is b mixing too much pleasure wit business. ' •7 — : — • — •• ,* The man of- the .hour is, the onei- who is asked to wait a minute his wife. • . ,: : r— .-it, Vacation time soon; will two weeks off—followed by two"' off weeks. .'' - ter. 'lallv she said. "I think IT. !_'o to beri. Tomorrow will bo a l Tlhou n Khi' to myself, "You aren't j P™pellei- nearly froling me. Jenny Stiles. You just want to stretch cut flat on your her' ! n the darkvoss and t.iink." Th'i! , lad ahvays been mv Miss Jenny 1 ?! way when she had a problem, even! when she was a little girl. A.t the living room door she stepped. "I have to think — about " 350 mph on a level, carry 400f pounds of bombs or rockels. I' has a 300-hp motor, four-blade r 15 feel in diame- Q—Are Ihere polilical divisions in Germany corresponding to our countries? A—Yes. called kreise. And Ihe publican, slanding' afsS; off. would not lift up so much'ia^/ his eyes unto heaven, but smd^fe, upon his bronst savins. God tofe merciful lo me a sinner.—LuK'G' 18:13. '- • .. v"j Man-like is lo fall in- •.; to sin. •••.--;-.• . r i'' Fiend-like is il lo dwell # therein,. . ;Jf Chri=l-like is U for sin to .-| s grieve, ;&. God-li'-e : is il all sin to «A, leave.. - - - • iS^ —Fredrich Von Logan. ~~t?L I ( To b" t-nnt'nu dl A nice selection of smarf new purses in many styles and colors, including patents. 'SUHBONNET SUE" Friday © Saturday DOUBLE FEATURE m THE SCREEN'S NEWES1 INNER SANCTUM MYSTERY IOM Men's White SHORTS Men's full, cut white shorts, eral pairs of these. Only You'll want sev- Smart New SANDALS We have a large selection of smart new spring and summer sandals. Many styles and colors. Only . . . • "4- The Friendly Store <vit& Evelyn ANKERS Elena VEROUGO Tala BIRELL Ei!T! "SIX GUN MAN" E«aiig<BSHEiCTTOa^aa^ai8iB»a£R 'MY NAME IS JULiA ROSS" T, LOW — with — JOHNNY MACK BROWN — Added — Chapter 4 'Royal Mounted' We, the Women By RUTH MILLETT NEA Staff Writer "I jusl don't have time to read," i;aid the "housewife, mother of two, •vith a mixture of apology and •.Mfiiplacency. And the truth is she doesn't have time for reading—and won't - vntil she ri-—ir 1 "- 'hat her mind is more important Ihan her house. For she will spend hours at sowing so that the curtains in her bathroom will cause feminine guests to exclaim, and she will wear herself out in an effort to be known as a "perfect housekeeper." But she has no time left for reading and thinking—so that her mind will be as active as her hands, and her lliouphls at least as original as her fancy work. Her house has personalil-" but she is content to let hev mind remain as drab and colorless as the drapoiics she threw out years ago. Ii' she hadn't done anything to rejuvenate her house in five years she would be ashamed. But she hasn't done anything to mentally keep pace with her age and the times in longer than that —and she can excuse it with "But I just haven't the lime." CAN KEEP TOO BUSY Housewives can keep so busy at the job i f hoinomaking they haven't .- 1 moment for themselves. But they don't need to. Not if they reali/.e that when •I. enmes to n choice between washing curtains and reading a book — • the latter isn't necessarily a poor or even a lazy choice. But so long as "She's a wonderful housekeeper" and "She has a beautiful home" are regarded as highed compliments by housewives than "She is such an intelligent woman" and "She is ." '.-cmpanionablc person." wov.i"" '•'I' ' ;id lime "m- their houses at Mie expense of havin;; lime fo> themselves. Shop at G;so, W'. Rpjjrsbii's.Jqr ffte : c»^i're JFamlly,. YGII'TC sure,to iFmd the tiling'sVfrdt wlI 1 .,please e'cicli rhe'rnb'e'ir. Come in today and see the items listed beldw. Boys "-•"- -j r , Double Proof, Sanforized 2.02 Men's CHAMBRY Shirts Blue chambry shirts for men. Sanforized. All I've got lo say about the lU-.ssians is just don't try to out- driiiK them. -T 4 George H. Peterson o! Chicago, back from 31 months in Iran. Ilaly cannot remain isolated from the civilized world . . .seven mon- i|is al'ler the war's end wo are -.till under the armistice, which is nut fair in view of our cobelli- ^ci cncy. —Ferrui'cio Parri. former Premier of Italy. Tne broad objectives of peaceful living ciiniuil be accomplished by diplomatic and governmental conn acts working. They must be supported by the establishment of relationships amoni; individuals land among their cultural and com| inerical organizations which must provide the means of reconstruc- ticn. economic security, and improvement in the material standard of life. —Hcaidsley Hiinil. chairman Federal Hi'servr I'ank of Now York Our country is well stocked with raw nuitriais awaiting development and the United Stales is best suited to undertake that. — Fou'iun Minisier Oswaldo Aranha of Bra/.il Allied aid is insufficient. The black maikel thrives and then- is too much disorder in the country lo control it. —Ferruccio Parri, former Premier of Ilaly. The monarch butterfly has been known to attack a hummingbird. Men's Hawk double proof and San- 'i..;';:cd. Vat Dved. These are 25% wool and double blankets. Buy now lankets Crib blankets in Pink, Blue and White. Size 3<by 40 ",••' Shorts in OD color and Sanforized. 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