Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on August 9, 1954 · Page 10
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/ i *• f'. HOPfc STAfc, ARKANSAS lNSPORTATIQN POLLS CALL PRospect.... 7-3772 eel;... 7-4451' Courtesy of Candidate for Sheriff & Collector Pd. - !ittoh OF HOPE: I take thfs opportunity to solicit ypUr'vote and support on August 1C for my son-in-law, Homer 6eyef;ley fn his race for Alderman Ward 4. l ( ! , I know^Hh his business experience and with his " th'e crty of Hope he will make ybu a and Support ' BEYERLEY for Ward i! 4 Pol. Adv. Pd. fo ( r by J. A. Gunter MARKETS St. LOUIS LIVESTOCK NATIONAL SfdCKVAftDS, 111. UP Hogs 8,200,' moderately active; tine van: weights over 130 Ib steady to 10 Iqwcr than Friday'3 steady t olO lower lh?U Friday's rverage; some sales 2/5 under Friday's high; lighter' weights strong to 25 hirfhwr; sows 25*50 higher: bulK;' crfolce 2(X) -240 Ib 23'Go-fiO! jwlth 23.76 most popular,; .several* loads rndf.tly 'chdice No. i antV2 2400; ttti-tfO '' Ib '" 22?5-237S; heavier weights'- scarce; 170-190 Ib 222523.50; 150-170 Ib 21.002250; Very few to: ; 2275; ' 120140 'lb 13SO-20W: sows 400 Ib down.177o-20.00'; heavier sows 1450-17.00; b'nai-s 10.00- icop. ••;.'•- "••'". Cntt'le 7.COO; calves 1.200; opening slow,'.generally nskioK unevenly higher on steers and heifers; nnd very little done; cows active nnd fully' n'.eady to strong; utility rnd commercial cows largely 100C-12.75; cnnner and cutters 8.001000; bulls unchanged; utility and commercial 'bulls 1100-13.CO; canner nnd ; cutter bulb dOO-ll.OOj venlers arid calves steady; few high choice and prime vealecs 1000-19.00; comm'ercial and low good 12.00-1300; commercial and ;ood slaughter calves • 1300-10.00; cull vealers 0.0-1000 Sheep 1,000; spring lamb rade opening strong but nol enough done to 'fully establish rend; few lots mostly choice no( closely, soi-ted 'springs 2000, best not sold; aged sheep unchanged slaughter ewes'3.00-4.00; agt-d 00 135-14; cnponettes 30-3?.5; joun* hen turkey? 3233. Butter stoady; vecelpts 1,161,449; wholesale buying piierS 63 score AA 56.75; 82 A 50.3, 90 fi 54.25; 9 C 525; cars 90 B 547i$j 80 dC S3 Eggs steadier; recelptl 10,470; Wholesale buying price*, unchanged ol higher; US. Inrga 40. -41; tf.S. mediums 34; US stardards 0; currerit receipts 29; dirties 215, hecks -2d. t GRAIN AND PROVISIONS CHICAGO UK Whsat: 'No. 2 •ed 2.09 ; No. 3 209; No 2 ycl- :ow hard 215-16; No 2 mixed 2.08% Corn: No 1 yellow 165Vi- G6; No. 4 l.Ol'/a; sample grade 1 yellow 154 -59!' 2 ; No 1 white 103 People of Hope "fjf I* •• i J ^V ;<Tf, j t flrn'.taking this opportunity to ask those con- Thejcity of Hope is the biggest business i in, nppe-<iKd should be run like a business. I « L—! ,-j. ^jj s j^ ss a 'grocery store and service . -ii— while Cline was in the service , T , ond paid my debts therefore I am qualified to help run the bfyjsi- Hope.' • •' ' • .' ,9 rn ^ e ' ectec ' V° u can be sure that I yill^onstahtly strive toward a more efficient cqnqrjrticql ' Business administration and I willjifignt for niy honest convictions'. Lou Franks (Wife of Cline Franks) Candidate for Alderman Ward 1 '", Fpr those who hare no transportation to thi i»oJlf coll . . . 7-2437 "t XPpl. Adv Paid for by Mvs, Kathryn Lou Franks NEW YORK STOCKS / - ' • . NEW, YORK (/P) /The stock market sagged a bit in'the earl; Jternboh today despite strength in he aircrafts. Things' were considerably quiet er after last wek's turbulent decline on heavy volume. Gains and losses with the losses predominating ranged be \ven 1 and 2 points at the most today with the great bulk of the ice movement rather narrow. Aircrafts were right out in front 'rb.m the beginning whll-j selling the motos was a toature. Also u'gher were the motion pictures and building material-i. Going down with the motors were. ' the steels, railroads, oik-, ' coppers rubber,- electrical equipments, an: .he chemicals. ' NEW YORK COTTON NEW YORK Higher than ment of the bid. Cherry slso said tha Faubiis hid admitted on the panel discussioh that under present Arkansas law now governor could haVe prevented Utilities from putt.ih:; /-h I g h er rates .into effect under bond. A car-caravan of Chctry backers will accorripany the governor from Little .Rtoclt to Searcy tonight where he Will make a speech. FaUbus , followed tho. TV panel discussion' with a TV program of tils own in which he charged that Cherry ha.? "swung th'. 1 power's ot ere not up for nomination thin year. Utiopposed for circuit judge are Elmo Taylor of Searcy. Charles W. Light of Paragould, H. G. Parilow o-f filytheville, Artdrew Ponder of Walnut Ridge, Maupin Cummlngs of t'ayettevillo, Audrey Stvait of Morriltoh, Guy Amslef and J. Mitchell Cocknll of Little Rock, Ernest Maher of Benton, L.vlfi Brown of Hope, John M. Golden of Dermott, Henry W. Smith of Pine Bluff. Tom' Marlin of El Dorado. Woody IiJurray of Harrison and Car! Creek' slate government behind special more O f Van Bui'on. interests." Faubus:.. said his wifo a?so heklj are Lloyd Henry of Augusta, icn house at a Littk- Hock hotel jj Arnold of Batesville, Edv ictpfrlnv: ' IM_^J_^ _r iv/tA«^lUrtw Tlnf T-J - 1-T open jestefday. Prosecuting attorneys unopposed '.a, W. dward Barber Leads Rich Chicdgo Meet Sy jEMftY LISKA CHICAGO Iff! — A Monday, Aifgust 9, 1§S4 • / . - .....-_,. -,---...-. A home recently opened as a museum by the Denison Society, Inc., in Mystic, Conn, has been occupied Since 1717 by 11 generations of the Denison family. persistent . .. Gordon of Morrillon, Pat H.-HulUs Today Faubus will speak at-For-j of pj ne BHi.fi 1 , James A. Gr.ictisohn journeyman and two talented 24- year-olds today threatened pro golf's old guard as Tarn O'Shan- ter readied for the gsune's richest tourney, the $150,000 "World" meeting starting Thursday. The first phase of Tarn's spectacular tee circus ended yesterday as long-overdue Jerry Barber won Ail-American tourney and "kid" stars, -Gene LttileiM'i'and British Open Charn'p 'Pnief Thomson, finished second and tliird' respectively. jfcst City and Mariahna ahd will wind up Ma campaign tonight in Cherry's home city of. Jonosbofo.. tn contrast to the heated goverr r.or's face, only one other majorl mos j political observers by pi state office will be decided between[-Q() it j 0 4 votes in the first, pi 1 two candidates tomorrow, States Treasurer J. Vance Clayton Oats: No 4 extra heavy mlxerl is opposed by a familiar opponent 76 ; No 1 heavy \Vhlti> 76%-77.f— Sam Jones of Litt!o RooU - Ancl No. 1 whit3 73 -753/4, No. 2 heavy | lh . ere ha . s ^ cen littlc noiso rrom white 77 , No 3 medium hfcavy white tough 70 , NotS White &9—, sample grodeoSeium heavy white !4 Soybeans: None. Barley nominal: Malting 1.10-60, feed 90-103 CHICAGO OP) A sharp break in soybeans unsettled the rest of tho jrain list on the Broad of. Trade loday Dealings became- active as :he market slumped. Soybeans tumbled as, much, as 10 cents a bushel, the limit'.decline permitted in a single session. .The drop .followedi receipt of -. , . mor.i rain in parts of the; Midwest over the wek end and a government estimate of a'-slightly higher cotton crop than expectd. ';.-••?•' •• Toward the finish, Avhat. bcani quit weak, particularly ; the distant contracts. Wheat closed lower;, September 428, corn '. — -1— lower, September $1.60 — '/ 2 . oats- %-Hi lower, September 71, .rye 3 — ,4'/ 2 lower, September $1.11, ans soybean 7>/ 2 tc 9 . cents lower, 'September $2,<Jl-$2.91>/ 4 . ; Candidates expected August. 1 , gov.ei-nnnent cot tori crop report brought a' rush o selling orders into-: the:- cotton mar ket today. The report was pub Ushed'a /to'-Uf hour, after the mar ket -fopened. DurJng.i early ;Mi-adih. prices .wer.a .strong.. However,, fthel .report indicated that the 1954 co'tton' crop, "promises, to be 12,680,000: bales and- was responsible., tor the heavin« selling. The:, offibipl , report was ,- -130,000 bales above averages of recent private estimates., .". •' •' .Late'V afterhoori ''ipriceswcre. ' $1,35 tc< \$1.60 a, bale lower .than-- the pre^ vious - clc-315 Oct \ 34,00,- Dec . 3427, Mch 3455.- ..-.-• .-• ......... ' i continued from Page One control of the state government. ', And in turn Faubus has Ssaid that some of the Cherrv backers aren't too savory tharnselves. Cherry and Faubus met yesterday, shook hands and tnen settled Thomas riown to a half Hour of joint questioning on "Weekeno Conference" of Television Station KATV here at Little Rock, •The questioning, which v/ai, done by four Little Rock newsmen, brought out little nesv. Majnly' the either of .Ihem.- Jones opposed Clayton for the treasurer's job in .1950 and was de» feated. .There is no opposition, in four other state offices. Those candidates — all incumbents — arc Lt. Gov. Nathqn Gordon, Socretniy of State C. G.'' Hall, Auditor J Oscar Humphrey and Supreme Couit Associate Justice George Rose Smith. Narries; which will 'appear on tho ballots tomorrow. are those candidates, who either- are- not opposed cr, are opposed by one opponent. The ballot'also will'include candi dates in -..races ' in which one as pirant did not receive amajority piraht did'not receive a • majority In the preferential primary two Weeks' ago. Five Arkansas, congressmen were unopposed:this year. They ere C. C. Gathings j ; of • West' Memphis' Wil- bur'D-Mills-of Kensett, J. W. Trimble of Berry ville, Brooks Hays of Little Rock and W. F. Norrell of Monticello Candidates for state senator who are unopposed are DR. E. J. Byrd of Camden, Marshall ShacUleford Jr of Kl Dorado, Tom Logan of Walnut" "Ridge,''C E. "i'lngling of Searcy, Fred H. Stafford of Marked Tree and- Ja-mes- P. Bnko^ Jr. cf West Helena. .'Unopposed for chancellor are Guy E Williams, of Little Rock, Carleton Harris - of Pine Bluff, P. S. Cunningham of WaMul Ridge, George O. Patterson of Clarksville. of Fort Smith, Bi lice Bennett or El Dorado and H. A. T-.ickcr of Hot Springs. . The 44-year-old Faubus surpris polling mary two weeks ago Cherry rcccive'.l 154,799, Guy Jones of Conway got 41,228 and Gus McMillan of Sheridan Khd 18,754. Sen. John L, McClellan did not have to participate in a iunof£ since he received a 4.050 majority over former gov McMath and Paul Clumbers, Democratic committee- •;•;•• • • . I About one person inthree in -New York state is over .45 y,ear,s r old. and Paul X Butt of Fayetteville Williams of Boone- I is servitig his s6cond -stx-yenr term in the Senate Free Book on Arthritfo And Rheumatism How t6 Avoid Crippling Deformities An amazing newly enlarged 44. page book entitled -Rheumatism" will be sent free to anyone who will write for it. It reveals why drugs and medi« cines give only temporary relief and fail to remove the causes of the trouble; explains a specialized non-surgical, non-medical tr|utj ment which has proven successful j fdi- the past 35 years. -You incur ho obligation In sending for this instructive book. It rrtflj be the means of saving you year! Of untold misery. Write today it "The Ball Clinic, Dept. 4210, Excel sior Springs, Missouri. Monday, August 9, 1954 HOPS STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Phone 7-3431 Betwfeen 8 A. M. and 4 P. M. Calenda ',:M6nday August 9 ; The Busint-ss Woman's Circle bf the First Baptist Church will meet Monday night, August 9, at 7:45 in the home of Miss Ruby Me- '&ce, 1320 South Elm street. ' The Y. W. A. of the First Bap- .tjst Church will meet in the home 0$'Mrs. Dannie Hamilton on the fiosston road, Monday at 7:15-p. man The Democratic nomination virtually assures a candidate at election in Arkansas. McClellari, win figured in the ' Army-McCarthy hearings and the recent- debate over the Wisconsin , senator, •.. now To the Voters of Hope t I was born and raised in Hempstead County, I had two Sons in the last World War only one. returned,. — My Son First Lieutenant William (Bill) Deloney was ^ killed on Sebu Island leaving a Baby Daughter he never got to see and a devoted Wife Kathleen Deloriy : who lives in Hope, I am asking 'for your vote for Alderman of Ward 3 so that I can help to make Hope ., a better place for My Grandchild and yours to live, -j I will weigh, and render a fair decision and will not „ be high pressured or unduly influenced by any faction ^ on any Hope business. • .'•'''"' ' i! Candidate for AldewN^f Ward 3 A. P.DELONY Pol. Adv. ; Paid. ; fan b'y A. P. Delonyi '' •'•-" '" The Wesleyan Service Guild , .Jneet in the 1 home of Mrs. Plumley, 1411 Soum Her- street, Monday night at 7:30. -'Dthe Willing Workers Auxiliary of the Unity Baptist Church are having a meeting at 7:30 p. m. Monday. Wednesday August 11 Mrs. .Sam Williams will meet with the Unity .Baptist G. M. : A at 6:30 Monday night. Thursday, .Auflust 12 The Young Adult Group o£ the First Methottist Church will- have a -pot-luck '• supper at the church, Monday iiiglit at" 7. Baby ' sitters will be provided for the- small children. Monday, August 9 Hope Duplicate Bridge Club will meet tonight at 7:30 at Catholic Parish Hall. The supreme novel of our time a» it was meant to be seen, heard, lived! The MIRACLE STORY "reaching out" to encompass you in its awc-inSRirrng spectacle and breath taking grandeur. Meet your Friends at the Diamond . . . for that Famous Coffee and a Waffle Daily Lunches 50c and 75c DIAMOND CAFE & CAFETERIA t.wo candidates previous charges ,. harshed their and c o u ntcr- POULTRY'v'AND CHICAGO Wl PRODUCE • liive poultry steady; receipts 1,497 coops; 9, 763 pounds; f.o.'o. paying prices unchanged to 1 lower; heavy hens, 17-22; light hens'15-1C; fryers and .broilors 24-30; old roosters PROSECUTING ATTORNEY - • ELECT ;„,,.,.;,?. , ; i ondidote who possesses all of the qualifications Jt office: ABILITY, EXPERIENCE, 1NH€!UTY EMOTIONAL STABILITY. ; • • ELECT TRAVIS MATHIS Mofhis' Home County His Opponent's Home , Vote County Vote 75%,of total votes cast.. 60% of total votes cast Results of Saturday's Miller County t r •-•''"''.-" , Radio Poll MATHIS ;,,; 175 His Opponent .,,,.. 75 ! * * j ' ' ' • ' Cwt Your Vote for a Man With No Entangling Alliances. ^pi MRV HMf ^H& W vis MATHIS PROilCUTINa ATTORNEY KSMS-TV AT charges.' They disputed each ,othcr openly but maintained at least an outward good humor. One quesiion elicited from Fau bus the statement that he not permit gambling in Springs if he becomes governor. And Cherry confirmed 'for first time that he had a'hand ;'in the present. several-mpnth'Old, Shut down -of gambling; operations; ' He recalled; 'that-he liad^a] wouldn't interfere in local '$ '- tions "as long as thty didn'tvbe ccime embarrassing to tH Apparently he thought Hot Springs gambling had become emb?rrpss- ing. He said he lv>'l consulted with local officers before'the lid, was clarnped on. ' After yesterday's TV appearance, Cherry answered Faubus' c;h.a,rge of Saturday night that paving wa^s being- done in Van ?)uren without t/ublic notice of contract letting. The governor cited pa?e 6p the Arkansas Gazette of Ji.Ty 12, 1954, as containing an advertise- This Vacation Drive dilate Model USED C A R From Bert Rettig t 1953 Nash Statesman BERT RETTI& Like some of the atate MOUNTAINS SEA Radio Heater, & Overdrive. Beds, Foam Cushions, white tire Delivered new . ... . $2700.00 A real Steal at . . .. . ^x/uu.uw $1,595 See this and many other real buys in used cars. PICTURE ON THE NEW MIRACLE CURVED SCREEN! No Special Glasses Needed! II .._... _,••!» Phone 7-3381 Travel in Air-Condil/one(/ Comfort ami U« R«n( o H*rlz Cor for Yev o» Teui ' DejHnot/on. DEPOT TICKET OFFICE , Telephone 7-2651 / -.,- Fellow Citizens of Hempstead County: Thes^ Points I Would Like to Emphasize With You! I HAVE NOT TRIED TO MISLEAP YOU IN ANY WAY — MY RECORD WILL REVEAL THIS. I HAVE MADE NO PROMISES. I AM ABSOLUTELY NOT OPLIGAT5D, EXCEPT TO ALL THE CITIZENS ALIKE. MY RECORD AS A PRIVATE CITIZEN WILL BEAR YOUR CLOSEST INSPECTION. MY RECORD AS A PUBLIC OFFICIAL IS AN OPEN •ROOK. LET ME URGE YOU TO CONTINUE YOUR HiU> AND SUPPORT, , • , RESPECTFULLY, CLAUD H, SUTTON CANDIDATE FOR SHERIFF AND COLLECTOR Arkansas has 35 State Senators. 18 being a majority can control the purse strings of the taxpayers. 18 Senators can prevent,any bill from becoming an oppressive law. Tomorrow we will nominate one of those State senators. Who will we nominate? We will nominate Dr. Grow, a man that has proven he can say "No" to high pressure demands of self serving .groups. •Before voting for a man on whom to bestow the heavy responsibilities of serving in our State's highest lawmaking body we should ask: Who is this man? Is he a home owner with an established means of making a living the 22 months each two year period during which a Senator receives no pay? What training has he? What experience if any, has he in managing the finances of forming, a business or the maintaining of a professional office? Has he ever carried the dinner pail as a working man? Does he know what it is to work behind a store counter? f • ' Where will he live and work after the legislative session is over? The voters will answer these questions tomorrow by re-electing Dr. F. C. Crow to the State Senate. Grow has a degree and license in law. Crow has had 8 years o'f senate training and experience? Crow has proven-ability. We know where to find' him? We will NQT cfiscqrd Crow and his 8 years of Senate Seniority and legal trqining and stqrt out with a new man at the bottom of the ladder. The TEGHNIGOLOR> HM BURTON -to SIMMONS Victor MATURE-Michael RENNIE Sdtton Family Reunion Held The. Sutton family held their annual reunion at Fair Park, Sunday, August 7. A picnic lunch Was served to approximately 45 people. Miss Helen Brewer Weds G. W. Hair Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Brewer of this city announce the marriage of their daughter, Helen, to G. W. Hair, son of Mr. and Mrs. Porter Hair and the late Mrs. Hair also ot Hope. The wedding, was performed in the home of the officiating minister, the Reverend J. C. Grain on Saturday afternoon, August 7. The young couple will be at home in Hope. Births . SFC and Mrs. Kester V. Holmes oC Fairbanks, Alaska, announce the birth of a son, John Phillip, on July 24. Mm. Holmes is the former Virginia Keith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Keith. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Volentine of Cheynene, Wyoming, announce the arrival of a son, David Michael, on July 30.. Mr. and Mrs. Burnice Honea of this city arR th*» maternal grandparents. Personal Mention Friends of Finley Ward, local druggist, will be glad to learn that, he is at home following several weeks in the hospital. Cpl. Delbert Aaron who is with the Engineer Supply Sec. of the Marines, left Korea August 6, for the states after serving overseas for over a year. Coming and Going Mrs. Roy Stephenson and Mrs. J. W. Lee are spending the week visiting relatives in Fort Worth. Our Price for "The Robe" are the lowest in the county! ADULTS 50c CHILDREN . ,..25c Colored Balcony 25c & 35c FEATURE TIMES 2:00 r 4:23 - 6:50 9:13 TO OUR PATRONS: It is with pride and pleasure that we present "The Robe". One of the finest and most memorable pictures of all times. It is definitely a picture the entire family- should see'. It is a great religious drama which will carry a stirring message of strength and faith for all. ' Eldon Coffman, Mgr. BY REFRIGERATION! TODAY VkllS TUESDAY I" ji MAIN & COUNTRY CLUB RD8. * FINALNITE * IfajjbrieMAIN 7 Mo & Pa Kettle At Home" • Casper Cartoon • "Canine Crime -Busters' • Tues-i-Wed. • Riotous Honeyrnopn . . . on Wheels'!' : luiill. BALL Dnl ARHAZ II, COIO« LONGlOHG , Alway$ a Color Cartoon RI-ELECT MK» F* C« STATE SENATOR From Ark. Democrat, Thursday, Aug. 5, 1954 Read this affirmation of faith in the man, Oval Faubus, from the pastor of his Church. First 1 Baptist Church ROBERT W. JONES, PASTOR Huntsville, Arkansas August 3, 1954 Mr. Orval Faubus Faubus Headquarters Little Hock, Arkansas '•.--..,'.. Dear Orval: With the passing of those forty-eight hours you have gone through an experience that as, in all probability gone beyond your being merely the recipient of political abuse. I refer of course to your opponent's recent attack on your patriotism. I am writing both as a friend and in the capacity of your pastor, not to offer ncivice, but to assure you of our confidence, and to impress upon you the depths of our trust. As a result of our many years association together, I fool that I have an insight ii)to your character and a knowledge of your concepts of life that few men possess. From our many personal relationships and the confidences we have .sluii-ed toy ether, I am convinced that I am acquainted with your views, both political, moral and spiritual. Knowing your violent hatred i>t Communism which was proven on tho field ot battle, and considering the above thoughts, I 1'ocl that I know something of what this accusation has meant to you. However, it is not the accusation that is of such vital importance just now. The important element for consideration is found in the. thct that the confidence of your supporters has soared to a new hjah in spite of the attack. This can only be so as. a result of your past life, bpth political and private. It. was a comparatively easy thing ' for your opponent to hurl nii almost hysterical charges.' But .tho test is found in the fact that when you-met the attack, you were defended only, and protected only by the defense of a well grounded life; a life so-liven and proven that you stood unscathed. 11'is'my conviction that'this l'ac| alone will mean more to you than: all tho political vieiuries po.ss.iblc for.you to attain. Because you arc thus pcnnited to stand untouched by this attack, tho people of this state will stand with you and for you. It is true in this land of. ours there will always be people who are willing to compromise with justice and truth. But for the most part our citizenship is> comprised of a people who are dev.oted to that which is right. And because of this the present campaign has during these past few days become a sort of crusade. And it is a difficult thing to defeat a man who leads a crusade. You are crusading for a God given way of life. And such a way of life is built on devotion to the Creator and the rights oi mankind whom he created. Therefore, you have the right to fight beck, and that you will fight I have no doubt. But you will fight with words of truth and wisdom; and because of this our confid.er.ee in you will never recede. I am most sincerely, Robert W, Jones Ypur Pastor, <&iPF by gill Ri ^(f ™ •/ *" t ,. t( \ i o| F»Ubus,fpi' Qp,Y. Mrs. E. E. Prichett of Tampa, Fla., is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Graydon Anthony. Mr. Anthony and family. She is also visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wm. ttouton and sons. Mrs. Ada Talley and son, Jim, have as their guests this week: Miss Norma Vclvin of Yale, Okla., the Reverend and Mrs. T. B. Tal- Icy and daughter, Meryl, of Oklahoma City. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Booth and children, Sue and Billy, of Bald win Park, Calif., arrived yesterday to,spend a two week vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Booth, and other relatives and friends. They will spend a few days with relatives in McNeill, before returning homR. Mr. and Mrs. Borden Lee ol Tyler, Tex., were the recent guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Roy Stephenson and Mrs. J. W. Li?c. Hospital Notes Julia Chester Admitted: Mrs. Dewisville, Stamps. Nanccy Eddy, Rev. Garland Johnson The llev. Garland Johnson of Kansas City Mb.,.has accepted vie pastorate of the Nazarehe Church of Hope. The Rev. Mr. Johnson KraduMleri fro mBethdiiy College of Bethany Okla. and while in-school preached in Oklahoma, Texas, Kansas and Missouri and 'in QUit- ihmi. Mo. while attending.Theolog- ical Seminary in Kansas City. The Rev. and Mrs. Johnson moved to Hope last Week and arc at home at FiUh and Pine Streets. Kodney Nicholas. Discharged: Mrs. Betty Sownrds McCaskill, Mrs. Dale McKissack, Rosston, Mrs. Norn O. Evans Hope, Mr. Finley Ward, Hope. Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Orron, Rt. 2 Hope have a daughter, Debbie I Jane born at 5:15 a m. Thursday, Branch •' • - \ ' Admitted: Brenda Embry, Hope Rt. 4, Esthel Harwell, Hope Discharged: .Mrs. Homui key, Rl. 4, Hope. Admitted: John Hackler, Patmos, Mrs. Keith Gibson, Rosston; Discharged: Mrs. Cecil- Johnson Hope, Brenda Embry. Rt. 4, Hope Baseball Hall of Fame to Take in Nine 1 COPPERSTOWN, N.Y.VlM': ',— Baseball's Hall of Fame ^swing's the sat wide open to nine V he\\ members today at. tho annual dedi cation of plaques ' honoring the game's'greatest.'stars of.'.tlic pas Bill'Dickey, New York' Yankee coftch rinrt one ol the .groat.cat chors, and Bill Terry, the sluRRm? first baseman who manncctlj. ,thc New Yorn Giants to three " pen rents', Will .accept in person. -.."••-.• .Five"'of the /new members.;'..are dead. Tha other two, Tom './.Con nolly, the veteran .Americ.ni I o.igiie ump.ic, jrul Bobby W-al laci, a stni shoxlslop of th 1800s and eaily 1900s, ar.-> too il to appear . Those honoied posthumously pi Rabbit Mdianvillo, BcUiov Bill Klem, Chief Bonder ami 11am !\Viit!ht Ihe votCi.m memljcis of the baseball \vutcrs association Llcclid Mjiamlll" who dud Jan 5, on, the ;>aniu bailor with Dickey and Tiuv A special oldtimcis commute selected tho olbxi st^ The Woild Champion New York Yankees, on then way home from EstHel' 'Harreil, i Hope.. ' ' ' ' ' -* f ':-••' - ..'• Charles- ,-«G. v Finney, famoud evangelist associated with the early ^of Oberlin Col}e_ge, was born in Warren,: ;Conn.yriyJl792. Star Licks Polio, Makes o Comeback BY 60S THOMAS HOLLYWOOD l/f) Phyliss Thax- er is back in Hollywood and making her first picture since two ears ago, when she contracted lolio. Phyliss Is a brown*haired girl with a sensitive face. One .of Hot- ywood's finest young actresses, icr eyes secrft to have even more iepth of feeling slhca her physical irdeal. 1 watche<j her work In "Worn •n's Prison," in which she plays an inamate. She is a flier girl who s badly treated by the prison of- icials She did a tfense scene which howed her /being ; dragged from he visiting room by three tough cmale guards. . She reacted with & realistic im pression of hysteria. Vet She was >righl-eyed and cheerful Immediately after when she sat down for chat. "Yes, It wax quite an experl cnce," she remarked, speaking of ler illness, "fiut now I'm com >letely well, thank heaven. : Somo- .imes when I'm tired, I ache lown my back and iu my calves. But I understand that Is common with people who have recovered !rom polio." Two ycai's ago, she finished MP a contract at Warners, where she lad appealed opposite Butt Lancaster in "Jim Thorpe, AH. American" and Gsry Cooper in "Springfield Rifle." She was pregnant, rnd she and her- husband took' their daughter for a vacation on nn island in Maine. Thyliss fell suddenly ill. her legs were stiff, and sue .couldn't move her neck muscle. Sho Was rushed off the island and to a hospital In Portland. At first it was feared she had spinal meninfiiUn.But doctors tapped her soiir* <m'l discovered she hod polio. Phyliss said the *-ftocts o£ tho disease leU her within a week But doctors dirt not allow her to ru sumo norm&l axerciso and aclivi tics because of the baby She re rosined hospitalized to. 2\z months. She was .stricken who; she was 114 months pregnant. The birtn and the baby were 1.01 mal and Phyliss wns able ictum to her acting work three months afterward. She has, done a few television plays in the Eas and this month rasumod her filn career. NEW YORK. Congressman Vito Marr-antonio, ft stormy left-wing politician f t o m r. "meltin? pot" Manhattan dls-> trlct, fell dead on the street near City Hail today on his way ,to his downtown Jaw office. HG w'as 31 Ah ambulance physician 1 said Marcantonlo's death, ort a rain swept street hear a subway station, apparently was caused by,a heart attack, Associates said he had suffered from diabetes, bt)< had not been ill iccently. Me had Ex-Congressman Mdt-confonlo Dies «tg ., fit -. planets , *? :IM?j ofie .was «.". This Klrti a"wfstem tup, will play the Cincinnati Redlegs in an exhibition £dm<jKd Doubleday Field } A bigu bull moose may stand 8 feet at the shoulders and carry an- tleis. 6 feet across. < VOTE FOR JOE JONES Alderman Ward 1 The job of alderman is a man's size job The city of Hope is the biggest business in the city, and requires SOUND JUDGMENT of a BUSI- NESS'MAN. *•: ,, I have been in business in Hope for 25 years, except the time I spent in .tl;ie"service of the U.S. NAVY. ; -'' ; = VOTE FOR A BUSINESS MAN FOR A MAN'S JOB. Re-El^ci JOE JONES Alderman Ward 1 Pol. Adv. Paid for by Joe Jones Deaths Oxer the Nation By The Assolcated Press MIAMI BEACH Harry H Fuller, 68, retired Sinclair Oil C 'executive. Died Sunday. CARMELi Calif. .' Edward W. Cochra'nc, 60,' retired sports- direc tor for the Hearst New?papvrs anc former Kansas City and Chicag sports editor. Born 'in Rome Mich. Died Sunday. KANSAS CITY Jess B, Smith 74, president of the Kansas Whea Improvement Assn arjd national 1 prominent in the grain and milliw bubiness. Died Saturday. CAMBRIDGE, Mass. —Mrs,. Eliz abeth Conner Lindsay, v/id.ow o the poet Vachel Lindsay, Died Sat urday ' COLUMBUS, Ga, —Simon Sch wob, 67, clothing manufacturing executive. Born at Haltstatti A sace-Lorraine, Died ,Sundny. 1 ' • *.v ' >*r *?a ., .*i".,tf m*^'^;;'" -m TO THE COLORED VOTERS For Tr ansportation to the polls Call 7 4527 -li 7-45 • ' —• — — 1?, *,3 -t rrSfs~ ; -'5 • - -/.- •}v^''^,cw^k > 4 DIRECTfRfef m . ;.,,: ,-:v^ tMiilif goes to press soo i * u> 1 • "^^M^l M ' l *"^' : ^HTftTO*« fyys ( v.«'-,.'. 4 %f» , - - «.- ,;,, >&$•$&$& -,V">f"t> 7 M,^'V: f ' "Exttsi listln&s —~~ ••*- ""'•• ***»>. ^*.*0^AM«A find yo\n f fb it easy for .your friends your household.. - ' Call the telepbon'e businejsjpfficerroaiy^l'gf j . ,T '<.,'" 't.^vVrSi ««*w'p»Sft1q order extra listings iytymuy^t^^jjtji other 'nm&ff t ot yo^^^J^^I The new directory goej< ^'p^Wft^ 4^1 f f • *. t n "% ^ *vij 'Additional lifting ft i j SOUTHWESTERN To tlie Voters dttMope Calmly review^, the facts. Charlie Taylor, anjex^ervice man; a life-long resident of Hope, has a tried and true record of votincj for what he believes to be the best ' interest of all concerned. Charlie Taylor is not and has never been "bossed"; he has done his duty as he saw it. Cast your vote fprfb man YOU KNOW, for AlderrnWWard 4, Vote for Clarlie Taylor P4 In Appreciation of Governor Francis Cherry We wish to express to you/ Governor Cherry,, '„ ' V "4« >* 1 ., • our deep appreciation for the splendid advan.pe- . ment you'have made during the first eightWn \ t~ months of your administration in p!qcina, ff c^, ', great state of Arkansas in a position of high;j f f ~. *i esteem throughout the nation. You into .effect qll.the principles of gooil ment that the women of Arkansas have and for which triey have worked. It is pur"firrn,V|' conviction that all of the peopp^ fh>ic -«**•*«'-&s&* will crown your efforts with pn vote of trust and cqnf idf ncif i be held on Tuesday, August 10t^ PICK WOMEN'S . Qj CAMPAIGN ""W,*S>

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