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fY- MOM If Al HAL DISPLAY Fabrics Word lows Taitdr Shop „ those Christ' IBS gifts ydu'd 16 give! Wesfern Auto Associate Store 6trt Moving ? _,,.— Digging. Call |¥OM DUCKETT ; 8t Phone 7-3794 'CUSTOM .AU6HTERJNG MI*'-and wrapped for deep r/2{be'*f'"for Deep Freeze Mke. PHdrie 7*3361 ™,iTTRE$SES iip Made Into Inneraprlni ••'-- Guaranteed ._ Jay Service •—••• DAVIS •JPB^ fcx^nrifliffCM C9» m Street Phone 7-8212 ^WESTERN SHARES Iverilfled Income Fund pectu» available from t BATES 7-4454 Highway 67 We*t ^'MICK'S JD FURNITURE CO. ||rof City Limits Went ^onlWfiter Barrels for Sale M|7^381 , Hope, Ark. rayel, Fill -Dirt and 1*;Light Hauling.- JONES -7-3860 iSfM/ Br&TT MAW »<•*( si.', ;.«._^,ji' _,, ' — ^ • '' r ,,' VVV <•• ^**...^* -~ |W ' < JHH hf IK*. *• •"•* jtm £• fawn*** •"•» i'iSlillder'i Supply Co. I^Kpne 7-^381 Sfe Service ,W/AN'D USED GLASS i*-|> INSTALLED ^:AND USED PARTS not cars, see us before £*•"?.* -you buy|4',«.- tl(TOP) PORTER Siowner & Operator. Tfflf , HOP* Hy 67 West iCComplete Parts and "», Service for Holland Balers 'Ford Tractors CLASSIFIED Ad8 Must fie In Office Day Before Publleattoft WANT AD RATES All Wont Ad* art poyabi* fct Wvanca but dd* will b* aec»pt*d aver th* teteohpn* ond ttetthioda- tloh aeeSUht* allowed with th» Understanding Iho account It payabK When «tat*m«nt It rendtrod. MurtnMr if Word* Up to 13 6 to 20 81 to 25 6 to 30 U to 35 16 tu 40 It to 45 44 to 50 On* thru* SIX Onj Day Doyi Doy» Month .45 .90 1.50 4.50 .60 1.20 2.00 6.00 .75 1.50 2.50 7.50 .90 1.80 3.00 9.00 1.05 2.10 3.50 10.50 1.20 2.40 4.00 12.00 1.35 2.70 4.50 13.50 hSO 3.00 5.00 15.00 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 t.'m* 75c p*f inch 3 time! A.... «0c per Inch 6 times SOc per Inch Rates Quoted above are tor con- «ecu»ive insertion*. Irregular or skip- date ads will take the one-day rale. All daily classified advertising copy Will be accepted until 5 p. m. for publication the following day. The publishers reserve the right to revise or edit all advertisement! offered for publication and to reject any objectionable advertising submitted Initials of on* or mar* letter!, groups or figures such ai house or telephone numbers count as one word. The Hope Star will not be respon- ilble for errors in Want Ads unlesi errors are called to our attention after FIRST insertisn 'of ad and then for ONLY the ONE incorrect Insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 Hope Star Star of HOD* 1199; Preu 1927 Contolldatod January H, 1929 For Sola . Laydway Open on TRIKES * BIKES AND DOLLS OKLAHOMA TIRE & SUPPLY COMPANY. PANSY Plants, large flowering, best plants, Monts Seed Store. l*3t 30-30 LEARER Action Rifle, $30. Youth Bed, $12.50. All wool Size Gx coat hat and snow pants, $5. 7-2622. 2-3t THREE rcdbonc Hounds, one, two and three years old. Treeing. M. J. Copcland, Nashville, Ark. 2-6t 5 ROOM modern home. Floor furnace, attic fan. 1305 South Her- vcy. Small down, payment, balance like rent. Phone 7-4568. 3-3t 6 ROOM house at 1019 West Fourth, 2 nice lots with shade trees. Phone 7-4472. 4-3t SEVERAL colorful cushion mums blooming in containers. Also budding chrysanthemums . Bring containers. Arthur Gray, Ozan. 4-8t Publkhed every weekday afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. C. E. Palmer, President Alex. H. Weshburn, Stcy-Tree, at The Star Building SI 2-14 South Walnut Street Hope, Arkaniai Alex. H. Woihburn, Editor ft Publltber Paul H. Jonei, Managing Editor Jen M.. Davli, Advertising ManifM, ' George W. Hosmor, Moch. Supt. Entered ai second clan matter «t the Pott Office at Hope, Arkaniai, under the Act of March 3, 1197. Member of the Audit Bureau ef Circulation! PANSY, plants. Large flowering. Monts Seed Store. 5-3t Real Estate for Sole Subscription Rates (payable In advance): •y carrier In Hopo and neighboring towni— Per week 25 Per year 13.00 By mall In Hempsttad, Nevada, LaFayette, Howard, and Miller coun- tle«— One month , 83 Three months. , _ 1.60 llx months ~ 2.60 One year ..,...- 4.50 All other mall- One month 1.10 Three . months , 3.25 Six months 6,50 One year , 13.00 HefI A4vertlilne Representative*: Arkaniai Dallies,. Inc.; 1602 Sterlck •Ida., Memphis 2, Tenn.; 505 Texas •ank Bldfl., Dallas 2, Texas; 360 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago 1, III.; 60 E. 42d St., New York 17, N, Y.; 1763 Penpbscot Bldg., Detroit 2, Mich.; Terminal Bldg., Oklahoma City 2, Okla. 'Member ef The Associated Press: The Associated Press. Is entitled exclusively to the use for republicatlon of all tha local news printed in this newspaper, ai well as all AP news dispatches, . ....... Funeral Directors OAKCREST FUNERAL HOME INSURANCE ... AMBULANCE 2ND & HAZEL . . . PHONE 7-2123 „ AD-1 Mo. -TF IN Frisco Addition, priced for quick sale, we offer three beautiful building lots, 50 ft. wide by 140 ft. deep, for only $800.00. AT 91G South Elm we have reduced the price on the lovely txrick veneer home. Life time tile roof, huge master bedroom, large living, room, dining room, and second bedroom. Kitchen has lots of built-ins and storage. Nice pecan trees for shade. Garage. Lot is 100 ft. wide and 140 ft. deep. All for only 11,000.00. FHA, G. I. or conventional financing available. Quick possession. CALL FOSTER REALTY CO. 217 S. Main St. Phone 7-4691 ' • 5-3t NICE two bedroom home. Hardwood floors, plenty closets. Attic fan, flopr furnace, Venetian blinds. Small down payment,.balance like rent. AT 60C South Hamilton we have nice three bedroom home. 'Hardwood floors, attic fan, • all large . rooms, nice shrubbery.' Garage and shop building. Streets paved. Close to Fair Park. HERE we have a nice large three room cottage on 75' x 150' lot. Located on 29 Highway north near Radio Station. Will sell cheap. DO you want a small business? We have complete building and Johnson Buy Ends Mack's Baseball Era PHILADELPHIA, (fl B us tl ln« ble league baseball and aging, ailing Connie Mack ttere all but separated today after an up-and- down "marriage" that lasted mors than half a centuf?. Mack was abed in his suburban apartment with a million memories and a check for $604,600 received yesterday from Chicago businessmen Arnold Johnson ' for Mack's share of the stock in the A's franchise. There remained to formalize the sale of the A's some paper work Involving Mack's sons Roy anc Earle, and the granting of approv al by the league owners. A league meeting was scheduler by President Will Harridge Mon day morning at New York's Com modorc Hotel. At that session the owners of the seven other club in the loop will be asked by the Mack family to okay the sale t Johnson. 47-year-old former nava lieutenant commander and prcsen coin-machine tycoon. Johnson plans to by Roy and Earle Mack each $4SO,QOO for thoi stock and shift the Athletics t Kansas City, where plans were be Ing pushed to remodel the ba' park now occupied by the Amcr can Association Blues. Harridge said in Chicago ycstcr day that Johnson's ownership o New York's Yankee Stadium "wil be thoroughly explained" at Mon day's meeting. There have been reports of oppo siticn to Johnson because of thi tie-in. Prior to the Oct. 12 meeting Chicago at which the America League had approved the transfe of the A's to Kansas city, Johnso had given assurance he would tak any steps the league wished in re gard to Yankee Stadium. Only one league owner, W. -O Spike) Bricgs of Detroit, has c> pressed opposition to the Johnso deal and he would have to b joined by two others to block th transaction. Tommy Richardson, president o the Eastern League, who had mad a,n unsuccessful bid for the A's las month, said last night he still i interested in a deal. He said h end a group of associates would b willing to pick up the Athletic losses through 1955 up to a max mum of $250,000 and then buy ou the Macks. The "clirb would b moved out of Philadelphia..if it the appeared a hopelessly: losing prop osition here. ."•;.-• There .was no immediate indica tion as to whether an "outrushed Philadelphia ..syndicate was still i the picture. .'.'•" -' The Johnson deal.involves a to tal of about 3'£ million dollars. I addition to the . payments to Con nio and his two sdris, Johnson an his associates would ^takC' over th $1,200,000 mortgage on the A' property plus the $8001000 in ou standing club debts.' >• Johnson said yesterday he woul have a million-dollar fund set asid to rebuild .the A's from a- playe grocery fixtures. store, Small HERNDON CORNELIUS BURIAL ASSOCIATION • - Largest and Oldest in South Arkansas. Call 7-5505 for our agents A23-1 Mo. Instructions or Write illin Tractor Co. tMognolia, Ark. hV«82, 689 & 1140-R ERMITES ,rmite Control Co. ^ JPID . INSURED frtt InipecMon Coll MIDDLEBROOKS Jr. l Night PhoM 7*2822 CLASSES in tap, acrobatic, ballet and toe. Katharine Windsor, 104 E. 14th, Phone 7-3327, 22-1 mo. For Sale or Rent r SURPLUS ; Cote -New G. I. — Combat Spots — Bpots i— B-29 Jackets jSScett - New & A Bopts — Tarps — Curtains and Doors ankets — T Guns — -. New & Used Shirts — Slicker Rain Coats — and f ff Other Kems- r BARGAIN HOUSE 7-2471 Jjjpd'Qpmtml b? P/» f 199 5- Main WO Business buildings on Front Street, next to Pool hall. If interested, contact A. S. Williams, 300 E. 7th, Texarkana, Ark. Phone 7-5800 or 22-COC6. 19-1 Mo. Wanted WANTED TO BUY One inch rough green Oak Lumber — regular lengths and tie siding. For prices and specifications write — GURDON LUMBER COMPANY BEIRNE, ARKANSAS stock, going business. Will sell building and ground separately. Located in Spring Hill, Arkansas. GREENING REALTY CO. ' G. I. Loans, Insurance Real Estate Phone 7-4661 5-3t For Rtnt HOUSE jacks, Wire stretchers, Post hole diggers, Tarps, Reaves Bargain House and Pawn Shop, 205 S. Walnut, Phone 7-2471. 18-1 Mo. NICELY furnished 4 room apartment and bath. Private entrances 7-3497. 23-tf NICE duplex apartment • three ' rooms and bath. Located at 404 West Fifth street. Call, FOSTER REALTY CO. 217 South Main Phone PR 7-4091 LARGE front room adjoining bath. Mrs. George Sanclefur, 320 Washington, Phone 7-2125. N. 6-3t 5 ROOM unfurnished house. Close- in, garage, garden, Miss Lillie Micldlebrooks, Phone 7-2894. G-3t standpoint, aiming at a first d vision spot' within a ;couple o years, Both Roy and Earle as well a their sons, may be retained in th club's • front office organization And Connie Sr. would be.*given th honorary title of chairman of th Board of Directors. The apparent end of..the Mac baseball dynasty to all intent and purposes came, yesterday i the setting of Connie Mack's sic ro'orn. against a backdrop some wliat resembling the land rushe in \ilie early West. Representatives of " 'a four-ma Philadelphia syndic a|te the rem nants of an eight-member grou that had failed previously to ge league .approval of their offer fo the club showed up at the Mac home with checks for $604,000. Johnson had beaten them therr however, by an hour and the Ch cagoan emerged the winner. Mr; Connie Mack told newsmen: "Mr. Johnson is 'a nice men an he won out. We said whoever go here first would be tho buyer. M Johnson was here at 9 o'clock; th Philadelphia group came at 1 a. m. The Philadelphia group dilly dallyed." Help Wonted WANTED AT ONCE - Rawlcifih Dealer in Hope. For particulars scu A. L. McBeth, 355 Pine street. Stamps, Ark., or write Rawleigh's Dept. AKK-IM1-JR, Memphis, Tenn. 3-lt Lost 10 ft. x 1U ft. Tarp on Highway 4 between Hope and Columbus Road on Friday. Call or return to Hempstead County Farmers Assn. Phone 7-4469. 6-3t Fishing Spots in Arkansas The Negro Community •y Htl«n Turntr Or brlnn lt*m* t» Mlif tit Hiok ARRANIAI ,1154 •» Starts Sunday at the Saenger "GONE WITH THE WIND" ON WIDE SCREEN! . . . Clark Gable and Vivien Lelah created one of the greatest love teams In film history as Rhett Butler and Scarlett O'hfara In David O. Selznick's pro- ductlon of "Gone With th e Wind." The famous Technicolor plcturl- zation of Margaret Mitchell's novel is now brought to the Saenger theater In its new wide screen presentation adding ..even ..greater scope and eye-appeal. Wed. & Thurs. at the Saenger Bobcats Edged by Magnolia in District Game The powerful Magnolia Panthers edged the Hope Bobcats by a score of 12-7 last nigh.; in Hammons stadium. After a scoreless first quarter the Cats made the first score of the game. Steve Marlar passed 28 yards to Larry Co* for the tally Bruce Duke' added the extra point. in the same period Magnolia scored. Jack Cassidy ran it over from the 7 yard line, after!'a 65 yard drive. The try. for ' extra point was no good. The half-time score was Hope 7; Magnolia.6. In. the third quarter the Panthers racked up their final touchdown, Billy McKamle ran 14 yards--,for the score after a 50 yard drive. The try for extra point was no good. Neither team scored In the four period with the game ending Magnolia 12, Hope 7. The Bobcats played good ball on offense and defense. They threatened to score twice, but were held by the Panther line. Hope made 122 yards rushing, 130 yards passing and was penalized 15 yards. Magnolia made 207 yards rushing, 130 yards passing and were penalized 60 yards. Hope made 20 first downs and Magnolia 25. Auditor to Explain His Criticism LITTLE ROCK tffl Legislative Auditor Orvel M. .Tohnson today will explain to the Joint Audit Committee -of the legislature and representatives of Arkansas AM&N College for Negroes his recent critical audit o fthc school. Johnson issued an audit last month critical of the school's management. SMOG VICTIM LOS ANGELES (UP) University of Southern California scientists studied with intense !--crutiny today a fickle tie belonging to downcast engineering student James Sharplcss. The distressed student said that, when he left home for school yesterday his tie was a bright coral color. By the time he reached class it had turned an ugly purple. A diagnosis was conducted by Dr. Joseph Smatko, head ot the chemistry department, who informed saddened Sharplcss lha this tic had been a victim ot smog. Randolph SCOTT is set for action as James BELL and Joan WELDON watch: Scene is from Warner Bros. "RIDING SHOTGUN." Color. Mo 0 William Jewell 14, St. Ambrose Iowa 12 College of Emporia 44, Ottawa Kan 7 Southeastern Okla 7, Southern Arkansas 7 tie Mexico Univ 20, Midwestern 13 Western Colo State 40, Colorado State 6 Football THE STORY: Greg Seaver, leaving a relatively secure job in search of adventure, has become chauffeur for Wade Daggett, a wealthy invalid who has not long to live. Together they go out to travel in a trailer, seeking adventure. Then Rupert Landusky, a displaced-person, is rescued by them rrom a possible death by exposure in a field where h« had been left by the plane that brought him into the country. Greg questions the wisdom of. keeping, the smuggled alien with th'eni," but thu .'.man's need for food and rest-is the most Important" thing to be taken care of, ;.-' -'•'-. • • • xl When Greg awakened Rupert for lunch, the latter sat up beaming and :not at all apologetic. He glanced onca toward the liquor- shelf 'and when he saw that it was empty he smiled and devoted himself to his meal as though he expected it to be his last. When he had finished, he said with the overemphasis that Greg so disliked, "I am warm. I am safe. I am fed. I da not want to move from this spot. Ever." Then he laughed and sprang to his feet. "And now," he said gaily, "I will wash 'the dishes." Greg, who had intended to •< sign this task to him, felt'a trifle let down. As soon as the dishes were put away, . Rupert crawled into the upper bunk and fell into a heavy sleep. "Exhaustion," Daggett explained, "and malnutrition. And for sorne people sleep, like alco hoi, blanks out what they lack the courage to face." "Cheaper, too. Pity he doesn't a quizzical cxprcs cs,"' Greg pointed out. "Why not boxes? Boxes to carry 11 the things in the advertisements. Think of boxes that way. Carrying furs to New England and beach umbrellas to 1 Florida. I used o read American advertisements nd dream" 'Of Florida beaches?" ''Of •••••• merchandising methods," lup'ert said in a tpnc v of slicl-i ecstasy" that'Da'ggett let out a blast of delighted 1 a u g h t c r. Rupert urned 'to look at him. "Do you •ealfee what that means? That people believe that they will be here omorrow and next year; that the lurniturc will be used in a house with "four walls and a roof, a house hat /will stand. The dispossessed do not buy, Mr. Daggett.' They iave/iip place to put their purchases. I .like advertising. It means a ind "of faith that seems fantastic nd wonderful to me. Some day, if ! am not told to move on" for all his lack of stress he made the contingency seem wildly improbable"! am going to take a predict and make millions oC people A'ant it, make-them feel they can- lot be happy without it." ''And. suppose they can't afford I?" Greg ins'jfted. to it." There was WAN or woman for part time sales work. Must have car. Experience not necessary .Commission. Writ* to Post Office Box, 250, Hfcpe, Ar. kansas, giving name, address and phone number for appointment. Service* Of ft rid LITTLE ROCK W 1 ) — The Slate Game and Fish Commission reports fishing should be good in the following spots over the weekend, listed by counties; Chicot County BcouM River crappie. Clay All streams and lakes, crappie, Faulkner. Lake Conway, bass Garland Lake Hamilton, all fishing, white and black bass very good below dam, There will bo a rfuisjcal recital presented by Class N.O; 8 of Bethel AME Church Sunday, November 7 at 8 p. m, Benefit Women's Day. The public is invited. The Community Club "will 1 meet at the regular meeting place Monday, Npvember 8, at 7:30 p. m. Nelson-Hill Post No, 427 will meet Tuesday night, • November 9, at Hicks Funeral Home. Asking all members to be present and on time. 8 p. ra. WAITRESS renovation and Inner. Spring yrorfe- Cpbl? Mattre»« Cp, 919 South W«fet»|t9»- Pbone Mir, 4-tf FOR PUJMBING Repairs, Call Theo ixmg, 7.3407. . 15-J MPA. A. EAST, well-digger, 333 South Walnut, JOHNSON PRINTING CO, t Printing 9 Office Supplies Phone 7-2941 W Front St. don around Daggett's eyes. Intolerance that was dogmatic should outlawed in anyone over 23, he thought. He said aloud, "You don't like him." "I can't figure him out,' "He may surprise you." 'That, Greg admitted, "is what I'm afraid of." Because of the trailer they skirted Boston. Rupert sat beside Greg while Daggett, who tired easily, was propped up in the back scat of the convertible. .Rupert pulled a key from his pocket tossed it up in the air and caught it with a dexterous flick of the wrist. The car struck buir.p and the key was jarred oui of his hand. He scrambled arounc until he foun dit. "Looking for a house that wil fit?" Greg asked idly. Rupert slipped the key into his pocket. • "There is no' house tha it fits." Senior and Junior choirs of Gar. rett Chapel Baptist Church will re hearsg Tuesday night, November 8, at 7:30 p. m. Senior choir of konoke Bapitst Church will rehear'stf;|. Tuesday, night, November 9, at T!:30 p. m, Choir No. 2 o( Bethel 'AME Chut 1 ' ch will rehearse Tuesday night, November 9, ,at 7:30 JV%. Junior choir of Rising Star Baptist Church will rehearse Monday [night, November 8, aj 7,jjj() p, m. It was not until they reached email industrial town that the alien was interested in his surroudnings "This is America,' 1 he declared "Standard brand," Greg said "Uglier than most." "Ugly, yes, but it is alive, young thrusting ahead into the future believing that there will be a fu lure. To a European that is a mn; acle in which no man dares be lieve." His harsh voice was''mo mentarJly drowned out by the shul noon whistle of a factory, th.3 siren of nn ambulance, the tooling of horns, "Jt is full of conlradic- ory rhythms and cacophony, like a travinsky ballet." "Nothing here but box factor- By The Associated Pp*s» M Fort Smith 28; Hot Springs 0 * Texarkana 12; Pine Bluff 7 North Little Rock 20; Van Buren 6 El Dorado 25; Natchez, Miss. 7 . Camden 35; Smackover 0 BJytheville 35; Messick (Memphis) 13 Magnolia 12; Hope 7 Subiaco 26; Upringdale 7 ' Faycttcville 26; Russcllville 9 Rogers 27; Siloam Springs 19 DeQucen 42; Idabel, Okla. 12 Benton 20; Malvern H Bentonville 20; Harrison C Conway 18; Newport IS Jonesboro 20; Forrest City 6 Paragould 20; Harrisburg 13 Monticcllo 13; Eudora 7 Stamps 19; Foreman 20 Mineral Springs 53; Blcvins 0 Clarksville 14; Paris 14 (tic) Wynn c8; DeWitt 6 Stuttgart 19; Hughes 0 Sheridan 20; Morrilton 18 Magnet Cove 28; Risen 7 St. Anne's (Fort Smith) 14; Wai- dron 0 Mansfield 19; Hartford 0 : Ozark 14; Greenwood 0 Booneville 24; Mena 7 Charleston 28; Dardanclie 13 ton 0 (Negro) Osceola 21; Wilson 0 Marvel 19; Hazcn 6 : Nashville 13; Ashdoivn 6 Bauxite 40; Gurdon n Searcy 27; Jacksonville 0 McGehce 14; Warren 0 Watson Chapel 42; White Hall 6 Clarsilc 27; Fuller 12 Mountain Home 35; Alma 33 FOR QUALITY and DEPENDABILITY Let us fill those Vital Prescriptions Registered Druggist on duty at all times. Call PR 7-3424 for speedy delivery from 7 a. m. to 7 p. m. Crescent Drug 225 S. MAIN Arkansas Tech 35; Henderson 21 Southern State 7; Southeastern Oklahoma 7 (tie) Mississippi College 19; Hcndrix 7 Little Rock Junior College 39; Martin (Tenn.) JC 7 VPI 20, George Washington 13 Tarnpa 27, East Carolina 14 Memphis: Navy 32, William Carey 20. Boston College 13, Marquottc 7 Kansas State 53, Drake 18 Morningsic'e 39, South Dakot.i State 34 . McPherson 44, Bethany Kan 13 Kirksvillc Mo 26, Warrensburg "Of course," Rupert agreed. "So the mama says, 'I must have it,' and the papa works harder and nakes more money so he can buy t for mama and there is more Business for everyone." "So what?" Greg said sourly. "I thought," Rupert lamented. 'you wore more enterprising. Take his town. It is dynamic and you complain because it is not pretty." "You had better take a closer ,k at it. I've got to slock up on food; suppose you come along and carry bundles." There was an electric silence and then Rupert inquired, "V/iJJ they ask for' my papers?" "Why should they?" Rupert - swaggered down the ftreet beside Greg, wearing one of Daggelt's hats at a jaunty angle arid wrapped in an overcoat that belonged to the old man. 'It fitted his bony frame like a blanket. The effect should have been ludicrous, but he draped the coat over his shoulders like a cape and managed to invest it with a certain rakish grace. Rupert looked like a| swashbuckling character .straight! out of Dumas and he invested his movements with Old-world glamor, while he thirsted after American roots. In the middle of the street a policeman was directing traffic. Greg grasped Rupert's arm and started toward him. Under his hand lie felt ihe thin arm grow rigid. Then Rupert pulled away with a spasmodic jerk; Greg asked the officer for directions and turned to' Rupert. He was gone. (Tp Be What About Your RADIATOR? We have a good stock of good used radiators for all make cars and trucks. Now is the time to have it checked and fixed before cold weather arrives. WYLIE Glass & Salvage Co. West 3rd Street. APPLES Wholesale or Retail • ARKANSAS BLACKS • ROME BEAUTY • GOLDEN DELICIOUS • RED DELICIOUS • STAYMEN WINESAP CAGE EGGS RUSSELL'S CURB MARKET 901 West 3rd Phone 7-9933 STEEL CONSTRUCTION Sheds, Farm Buildings and 'Industrial Buildings made according to specifications. Can be constructed at low cost. CAU... PR 7-4683 for complete information. DUCKETT STEEL & EQUIPMENT GO. The average broiler in America was marketed when it wa,s 89 days od fcf J947, but breeding, nutrition and disease control have reduced the average age to 72 days. ' '. . iji^k .Ipi .HP ;BP H iB UMPPP i^^w ^ww ^^n& ^^ • WP ^^^ ^* ^^^^ ~^^^^ ^^^^^ ^» ANNOUNCES A NEW POLICY! Npw you co,n have your Home Rewired tp med* modern conveniences and n§w fixtures. All on 12 Easy Payments No Carrying Charge-10% Down Payment Balance Monthly fa *»'« ' V A>*. yi^l To City Subscribers: If you fail to get your Star please telephone 7-3431 by 6 p. m. and a special Carrier will deliver your paper. Star •. WlAfHlK • tonight, chfl 54*rM}ur* ertdliig at High », tew 46, ft* 56TH YEAR: VOL. 56 — NO. 22 Star of Hope 1699, Press 1927 Contolidated Jan. 18, 1929 -;.-• _-.. .--•—,-.,- .- -- J Jw *"' ' '" > "" i ' ' ' - —- • ••-- .......— HOPE, ARKANSAS >ONDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1954 Member: t h* Asioetatfti rrt*« It Audit ••'*** «f ClrtsleM*** Av. Net Paid Clrel. » Mai. Ifldm* $**». 10, 1*14 ** 1,117 PRICE! To Conduct Fire Survey Here for C* of C. Pictured are some of the fourty inspectors, all members of ,the Arkansas State Fire Prevention Association, who will survey Hope business and public buildings for fire hazards next Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, November 9-10-11, 1954. Each Inspector wears a white jacket with the large A--«_I-.*=^ 4.»irJ cm4»L> nt tttA "Plfth H rtPBI* m 3 11" Associated trademark of the . Horseman" on the back. Citywide Fire Inspection Starts Tuesday A three-day citywide fire safety and clean-up campaign opens tomorrow when about 30 members of the Arkansas State Fire Prevention Association will arrive to assist the Chamber of Commerce and the Fire Department, sponsors of the drive, in staging the event. During the three-days, all bus_i- ness buildings, churches and scho- ^ols will be surveyed for fire haz *ards by white-jacketed inspectors of the fire j prevention group.' Recommendations for elimination of these danger spots will be left with building' owners and occupants. While the inspection program is underway, the schools will see the Association's famous fire safety stage show, presented by Carl S. Smalley, Association executive secretary and his blundering helper, Stupid, the . Fire Clown. The i^show is scheduled for the senior and junor high schools tomorrow and at the Verger 'School oh Wednesday morning. Also, fire prevention movies are- planned for first to third grade children, Tuesday at Brookwood and Garland schools and Wednesday at Oglesby, Paisley, and Hopewell schools. Sometime during the campaign, fire drills will be conducted in all schools by Fire Prevention Association inspection teams. <$) Members of Lions, Rotary, and Kiwanis clubs will hear Mr. Emmett T. Cox, Chicago, Senior Field Officer, Fire Prevention Department of Western Actuarial Bureau, a nationally known fire prevent- A Proclamation WHEREAS it is generally recognized that loss of life ;and property by fire is increasing yearly m our United States and in WHEREAS the Arkansas State Fire Prevention Association has as its aim the saving of lives and property by stopping fires; Whereas this Association, upon the invitation of our local Chamber of Commerce and Fire Department has agreed to help Hope stage a community- wide fire safety program to reduce lire hazards and to alert our citizens and school children to tne lire Pr ° ble NOW THEREFORE, I, John L. Wilson, Jr., Mayor of Hope, do hereby ' officially declare and proclaim Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, Sovember 9-10-11, 1954 as "Town Inspection Days ; a " d I earnestly urge that as a city and as individual citizen we lend our full support and cooperation to this fire safety cam- THAT we cooperate, as a community, with such recommenations for fire safety which may be made by the Arkansas Fire Prevention Association during its inspection of oui and cause the seal of the Cty of Hope. to be affixed.^ Mayor of Hope tion authority and noted speaker, at a joint luncheon Wednesday noon at the Barlow Hotel. Wednesday's activities will be ••*»: climaxed by a fire prevention parade starting at 4 p. m. followed bj a fire fighting demonstration by Survivors Say Soviet Unprovoked TOKYO I/P) Ten U. S. airmen, rescued after an attack by twp Russian jet'fighters charged angrj- ly today that the Reds pounced, without warning on a US. photo plane mapping northern Japan and shot it down in flames yesterday. The 10 men parachuted tc safety moments before their big four-en- gined RB29 smashed into a house in northern Hokknido, a ftw miles rom the Russian-held Kurile Islands. An 111h-crewman drowned in' the sea after bailing out. Today, in Tokyo, Cant. Anthony F. Fcith, the plane's skipper, told a news conference that his plane was "never closev than 15 miles" to Russian territory. Asked why since his plane was armed he didn't return the fire. Feith said "I would have: liked to." But he said his first thought .was to complete the photo mission His group commander, Col. Albert Welsh,' paid Feith was not to Censure of McCarthy Is Before Senate By ED CREAGH WASHINGTON. The Senate or.vcned in extraordinary session oday to consider censuring Sen. oseph R. McCarthy <R-\Vis). and .IcCaithy himself forecasting the otc will be against him, said he everlhcless will continue his fight gainst communism. Predictions as to when the Sen. te might get around to voting anged from two weeks or so' xip- vnid. A delay developed just before lie Senate convened on the me harics of getting down to the is ue. The special committee which has' ecommended censure of McCar- hy decided to 1 wait until Wednesday before drafting a formal res- Jut :on of censure. Chairman Watkins (R-Utali) said he decision of a delay was duo to he absence of one member of the special committee, Sen. Ervin (D,who remained al horne be Three Accidents Instigated by City Police Three accidents were reported by City Police over the weekend. Charles Lee Howard, Negro of Hope Route Two, backed into an auto owned by Andy Andrew in a downtown alley with minor damage resulting. Howard was, charged with having no driver's license. Robert E. Lee, Sari Gabriel California, was charged with failure to yield-right-of-way following an accident involving another auto driven by J. T. Boyett at Third and Main. Very heavy damage resulted. •' Slight damage resulted when autos driven by Pa^.il B. Hooten and Joe B; Wilson of Texarkana col lided on West Third Street Sunday afternoon, City Police reported. cause of the death of Gov. Wiliam B. Umstead of North Caro- ins. Watkins said he would go ahead, nowever, and present the commit- lee's report. It was made public when the group decided unanimously several weeks ago that -McCarthy should be censurod for contempt of a Senate subcommittee and for abusive language to an Army officer, Brig. Gen. Ralph W Zwicker who was a witness last winter before McCarthy. the Hope fire department at the First National Bank Building. Hope is the 38th city in Arkansas to conduct a "town inspection" oi this kind wth the help of the Fire Prevention Association, Fire Chief A. S. Willis said. "In each case," he continued, "there was a notice- be criticized. "I would compliment before ] would criticize," Welsh said. Welsh said plane commanders have standing instructions "to fire if fired upon," but added "there must have been some misunderstanding in this case." However Welsh warned that attacking planes able deduction in the number of will get "a different reception in fires and in the number of fire department runs following the town inspection." ' In most cases, the recommendations for elimination of hazards of the visiting inspectors will require ' little or no completed expense with ho and can be trouble, the chief commented, and with the voluntary and whole hearted cooperr ation of all building owners and oc cupants, Hope will be a safer city, he said. While Association inspectors are any future incidents of this kind.' Feith told newsmen he radioed for help and learned later tha U.S. fighters were in the are, within moments even before al the parachutcn hit the ground. In Washington, the Slate Depart ment said it was protesting tlv; in cident to Moscow. By ED, CREAGH WASHINGTON (/P) — The Senate meets in extraordinary session today to ionsider censoring Sen 'Joseph R.. McCarthy (R-Wis), the first such session ever held McCarthy, calling the whole cedure a "lynching bee," predicts a combination of Democrats and "so-called liberal' Republicans wil] carry the clay against him. ; "They have plenty of votes # do.n-f have,. enough,', he ^aid^ic;'-! te'ievrsed ' interview in which he blamed campaign tactics of Presi dent" .Eisenhower, among othei GOP leaders, for the loss of Con- Newsprint Mill for Arkansas-; Is Possible BOCA RATON, Fla. — The Southern Newspaper Publishers Association, beginning a three-day meeting here today, expected to eceive a proposal to establish ta ourth newsprint mill in the South. Fred DierSs, Hot Springs, Ark., fres to the Democrats, in last Tues Tax Illegal, Mdrrilton:. Fo|ks Told Ey LpON HATCH LITTLE ROCK UP The Arkansas Supreme Court today said that residents of a Morrilton ''subdivision"'; have since 191CT been paying city taxes which they could not legally be required to pay. The Supreme Court ruled that W. O Scrog?in's 40-scre addition to the city of Morrilton had not been - properly annexed to the city .i The court's ruling reversed the Conwaijr County Chancery Court's n a case in which Jacob- rron, a resident of the ad- ttacked on behalf of him- other residents, the levy- collection of. city property ax, ci^aautomobile taxes and oth- ar, municipal taxes. : The "Supreme Court noted that Peace Chances Brighter Than Ever, Ike Says By MARVIN L. ARROWSMITH BOSTON (/P) President Etsen- idwer declared today "the as- iccts of war looms less threaten- ngly" than in a long time "des- uite the instance of provocation" stemming from the shooting down of a n American plane by Russian built fighter craft. A. Y. C. Air Force photo mapping plane was shot down by two Russian built MIG-type fighter planes Saturday, according' to nn Air Force announcement. Departing from his text In addressing the 27th convention of the National Council of Catholic Woman and the President said, after declaring the prospects for an enduring and lasting peace are the brightest in years: "Despite such instances of pro« vocation as that which took place yesterday (&ic) off the coast .'of Japan, the specter of war looms Drastic to • m^^ ' ^^^^ d^f* Russian Pi Shoolin Rulings in State Supreme Court LITTLE ROCK The Ar kansas Supreme Court today handed town these; decisions: John BishopH Construction Co. and others vs, Mrs. Anna Mae Orltcok and others, appealed from Prairie C Wcult Court, reversed and remanded^ Fay ton Watsrti vs. State, Franklin Circuit Court, affirmed. Rosemary Coffelt vs. Hayden C. Nicholson and others, Pulaskt Circuit Court, affirmed. Louise Mocrc vs. Ralph, E. Wilson, Mississippi Circuit Court, a*' lepubllcan ['.Lead'. , Knowland urged: drfts' ay to^ prevent;" Ian pilots^,'—' Unerlcan. He said firmed Charles L. Forester, * State, nacle the proposal yesterday to a oint meeting of the newsprint mills and the newsprint commit- :es. The proposal later was endorsed by the board of directors of the ,NPA. Diers, who heads Dierks Forest. Inc., with a holding of 1,800,000 across of mostly pine timbedland in Arkansas, and Eastern Oklahoma, proposed to build a new paper mill if the publishers would con-tract to take about half the output. The other half is already sold, said. He said the new mill, with an output of about 60,000 tons annually, could be in operation by 1957. Although the board of directors endorsed the plan, the agreement does not commit the association or its members to contract for the newsprint. But this endorsement has aided two of the three existing southern mills to become established, ,._.._i,. ; days election. The Senate, in recess since mid August, comes back to weigl charges that McCarthy is guilty of contempt of the Senate and of abu sivc treatment of an Army penern who appeared before his Invest! gations rubcommittee. It is tlv. first time in 25 years that F sen ator has been brought up befor his colleagues on censure charges In the nation's history only three senators have been formally cen Fured. The Senate does not expect ti start actual debate on the censun move p.ntll Wednesday. Today's opening session was ti e briof and formal, with tomor 'w's devoted to eulogies of mem ers who have died i'ince the Sen .e last met. Chairman Watkins (R-Utah 1 cal cl his special committee whic ecornmended censure together to ay to work out the final wordin f the censure resolution. McCarthy has said he will no efend himself against the charge ut will speak at length to infon ic public on the issues. busy in the downtown ^school children will be inspecting! ^their own homes by Use of resi- JET IT FORT LEWIS, Wash. ( UP> Secong infantryman division mail clerks are learning new army post- district, O ffj ce terminology. The division's Korean veterans ,v,j not use the term "air mail" to dence self-inspection blanks. Par-Upeed their letters home. They send ents are asked to help their child- |i ie i r letters marked "jet it." help rcn complete those inspections, Chief Willis said. C. Roy Surles, 74 Retired Pressman, * 0/es Sunday Chester Roy Surles, 74, a retired ,- - ,. , A newspaper pressman, died Sunday I ' us discovered America an at his home on Washington Route * here ls n ? S veat «^:onul C. V. Nunn Jr. Named Deputy Prosecutor Prosecuting Attorney-elect Travis Mathis, Sunday night announced his deputy appointments. He made no appointment for Lafayette CoiUV ty. The appointments include: Hempstead, C. V. Nunn, Jr. Miller, Preston Dowd Nevada Randolph Hamby Clark, D. H. Crawford Suggests Memorials Be Built to Columbus and to the Woman Pioneer of Bloomer Wearing NEW YORK I/PI It lias been 462 years since Chrostriher Colum- anci still One. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Mattie Surles, a son, Bennre Joe Surles. Funeral services will be held at Herndon-Cornelius Funeral Home Chapel at 2:30 Tuesday, with burial >in Bright Star Cemetery. The Rev. ^Harold Hollingswo'rth will officiate. ment to him. Nor, for that matter, has the fed- oral government erected a memorial to Amelia Jenks Bloovnur. who pioneered in freeing women . by appearing in public wearing bloom- r-F. . Nor anyone stepped forward to raise funds to put a plaque on;years. But. we are still vretty W r the birthplace of the man who limited to Civil War battlefield:. OIL FOFl WATER MILWAUKEE, is. (UP) -^Breyer "struck oil 1 ' wiien he turned en the v ater faucets in his suburban home over the weekend, A fuel company deliveiyiyian, parking lot. Nothing is loft of OLD heroes and rapscallions but printed memory. In Europe it's tho other wa> around. A tourist can't walk 5 steps in any direction withou bumping into a .historic landmarl a cathedral where kings wev crowned, an alleyway unchange since Jack the Hipper lurked thera There has been some .improve ment in this country in recen brought women nn even greater prominence by inventing "falsies." It's all kind of sad. For n youiv;; people who are fast growing mid- dje^ged we are mighty forgetful. Qui' gloried past is ciov/dicl with cojprful, fabulous figures, but do JHUe to keep aliyp the ntntos 'Ai* pumped 305 gaUpns of pi statues of half-fcrgotten general and politicians that serve ehiefl PS fliglit decks for pigeons, an guest houses with signs braggin that "Washington slept here." Th nuns, don't admit that Wai-nmgto 'VMS awfu'ly tir"d at the time, an the bed JS so hard thiit no gue^ tl)en has e\en be?r. uble t «vera,ge guy to less threateningly over all mankind." . The President said that the quest for "enduring and lasting" peace "must be the overriding goal of our foreign policy." Addressing a" capacity audience at a meetir.g of the National Council of Catholic Women in Boston symphony hall, the President again voiced hope that hAs "atoms for peace" proposal will open a "new phase" of United States relations with Russia."To attain. . . . enduring peace must ever be the goal of our for eign polcy," the chief executive said He received a-rousing, standing ovation at the ytart of his address. Departing from his -text at one point, Eisenhower declared "with all the earnestness I can com . Baxter Circuit Court; aftlrmod Jacob Van Marion vs Marlin Hawkins and others, Conway Chancery Court, reversed and remand- ca waters U.'S. Aid ^Fdrce- ed. .Ithou&i the platted 49 acres had been designated an addition in 910, i| wasn't until 1952 thet the Morril|bn City Council adopted a resolution purporting to accept tho subdivision and extend the city imits ?to> include the territory. ''l-Wis fi'citlon did not follow statua- Military Is Viewing Atom Attack Plan By ELTON C. FAY WASHINGTON OT — The, mill tary with an eye on the hyddogei bomb, is taking another, look a plan for alternate emergency com mand posts If the capital faces air mand" that if American mothers will teach their children there is no real alternative to peace, "we Continued on Page Two tory requirements for hearings and other formalities in connection with annexation, the Su.cjreme Court The Supreme Court said the chancellor was correct in refusing to order return of undistributed taxes.. The court said that Van Marion and ether? paid these taxes jvithout.protest and said the levies would be treated as voluntary payments. Van Marion's suit was directed against Cor.way County Tax Collector Marlin Hawkins and the city of Morrilton, . Today's-opinion was written by Associate Justice Paul Ward. Associate Justice Miner Milwee dissented Piilaski Circuit Judge Guy Amsler was upheld in refusing to order the reinstatement ot Miss Rosemary Conffelt, daughter of Littla Rock lawyer Kenneth Coffelt, as a student at the University of Arkansas Medical School. School officials said Miss Coffelt has a brilliant mind but that she was unwilling to attend classes. She was permitted to withdraw frcm the school near the end of the first semester of her junior- year lost winter. Her grades at the time were described as unsatisfactory. A the beginning of the fall semester, she attempted to' re-enroll but Dear. Haydcn C Nicholson turned her down. suit to force her admission followed, The Supreme Court, in an unanimous opinion, affirmed the. rnvol- un'lary manslaughter conviction and one-year sentence E.gainst Charles L Forester, a diabetic, in connection with the death of hh wife, also e. diabetic. The 62-year-old Forester was convicted in Baxter Circuit Court. His 73-ycar-oJd wife- died at a Mountain Home hospital en Dec. 8, 1953. Forester was charted wrlh first degree 'murder but the jury found him guilty of the lesser charge Testimony at the. trial was that Mrs. Forester showed the marks of a recent boating about the head and face. The Supreme Court also' affirmed each of tv/o convictions for Eohlen also held a 40-minute con-'aggravated assault 'in unrelated veication with Soviet P r a m i c r 3eorgi Mulenkov in their . first neeting since the American diplomat came- to Moscow. Bohlen ro called'later he had met Malenkov during World War if. Bdilen paid tribute to Molotov E/fter the Russian foreign secretary had suggested that Soviet and American diplomats should strive for better relations between the two countries. Bohlen in Compliment to Molotov By KENNETH BRODNEY MOSCOW (UP) U. S. Ambas- iador Charles E Bohlen offered a toast to Soviet Foreign Minister Vyaeheslav M Molotov last night ind described him as "tho most experienced diplomat in ! this onm." "This room" wan a reception lall in the great palace of them Jremluv where Soviet leaders and oreign diplomats, including Cora- nunist China's ambassador. had assembled on the occasion of the >7th anniversary of the Russian re-volution, Violent Death Toll Reaches 14 in State ^ By The Associated Press Traffic accidents on Arkansas highways over the weekend took five lives and injured 14 other persons, bringing to 10 the state s violent death toll for the week that ended Sunday midnight. Twelve of the deaths were attributed to highway mishaps. "• .. Two young women were killed early Sunday and eight persons injured in a two-car accident near Louann, Ark., on Highway 7 between El Dorado and Camden Both cars overturned. State troopers identified the dead as Mrs. Charles Gibson, 28, of El Dorado and Mrs. Janie Bounds, 18,' of Vicksburg, Miss* On Highway 71 near Rogers, Richard Earl Rust, 23, of Rogers was killed when his car struck a driveway culvert abutment. A passenger in the car, William Pend. ley, 18, was seriously injured. William Hendy Crews Jr., 24, of Lake City was killed and four others injured in a two-car collision Saturday night. Willam Harold Schute, 25, 8 saor stationed at Millingtpn, Tenn., was killed Saturday night on Highway 61 north of Osceola when his car crashed into a tree, At Searcy, Lawrence Monroe Evesett, 31, of Gregory, Ark died Friday night of injuries he received the day before in a car- truck collision near Augusta o,n Highway 64, Earlier in the week, shooting in- Questions have been-raised, it was learned today," ovor'-'the wls dom of concentrating tho military high command at a single loca tion, such as the man-made cav ern in western Maryland. . ' While that'und'ergrounct installa tton yvould be used <or'its origtaa purpose 'ot a ientral v "em*erge— communications, center, >iV\** not become' v tne"'t'ejnpbraryM._.. quarters for the'entire Joint- Chlei of Staff and military commands 6 the three major* services— an a ternate Pentagon. Instead, consideration has veered lately toward a dispersal of r the headqoarters ot the several armed fories to separate points ootslde the capital area, initial : thinking was toward use of'established military centers, such as Ft. Belvolr, Va., about 15 miles south, of'the District of Columbia; Ft. Meade, Md., about 20 miles east; and Norfolk, Va., 150 air miles to the south. rdct v its Tthv flee n Soviet planes th - ick. ' '• \^'^r t Am Knowlahd, fecailed ;ihi BJ diplomatic s /Bfe>k|™' ollowing'thetlasfWiir cident Sept, " ^"— v such affairs "States ','d< merely 'sej The Sti" i sharp jassy in ^..^ delivery" to lice., of' the Ami 'Mr. Molotov has spoken of tions of.both Soviet and American diplomats in improving relations and friendship," Bohleir said "I share tha.t view fully I drink to Mr. Molotov, who is tho most ex- rerience ciplomat in this room and I drink to his visit to Washington with this in view," BnhU-n said later the toast was not; to be construed as an " PSCtpFile a Limited Intervention LITTLE ROCK Iff) The sas Public Service Commissign file a "limited" intervention in the federal Security and Exchange Commission application for traps* fer of the controlling interest in ownership of Arkansas Louisiana Gas Co. PSC Chairman Lev/is Robin&on said today. Robinson said that the, Avkunsas commission will n,ot oppose the transfer, But, he said, the Arkansas group will ask the federal commlsstpn to scrutinize cjosely provisions in the proposed transaction calling for Arkansas Louislan's pale of Us gas wells and gasoline extraction plants tp the Mississippi River Fuel Co, The purpose in this wiU be see that the rights of Arkansas the ' crate such ' act ' idents claimed three lives and one.Louisiana's customers are safe person died in. a fire. Continued on Page Two • All Around the Town •y Th. fttr IUW cases. Each defendant had been fined $1,000 and sentenced to a year's imprisonment. Norrnan rlogan was found guilty in Conway County Circuit Court for firing four shots which struck the house in which his sister-in- law, Mrs. A. D. Hogan, was staying. Mrs Hogan had been estranged from her husband Payfon Wntson WSM convicted in Fr»nklin Circuit Court fov an assault on B. C. Bailey. The court upheld a $700 judg^ rnent obtair.od by Mr and Mrs. Ralph E. EilKon against 'ILouise Moore in Mississippi Circuit Court for property damage sustained in an automobile collis'on at Oseeola,. Two additional wildcat oil tests are scheduled for the Washington area, one slated for about f| mile and a half north of the town and the other closer in . , , Jt is Understood that a portion of the town itself has been blocked for this test . ... Both wells are to be com* menced within the year. An average o| 3,500 people a year tn.U, $. farm The Rev. P. T. Turner who Ijves near Cook's Gin has an aqre o| sorghum that is just about the finest . . , planted July l, the sorgi hum caught the rains just exactly right and it has been estimated by experts that the single apre will harvest about 200 gallons pi syrup. Fire examiners are to Wftke a 3-day inspection of Hope sta. tomorrow and cooperation of for the In event you don't tow Andrew <Sp<?e4y) Wut?on ready roove^ bapk to Rppe Speedy says h^ just like? better that? anywhere, Instrumental! by Bob| ><>• .-Tfmr And that wjtr, the g going deer you sow go by n8 ?l - jSSfSS? public is invited the js to point out tq business establishments variQus things that SPi»W cause unnecessary fires Sears-Roebuck C?pmp.p}y'« fire insurance dMsjloji tttf LJTTL.il' ,

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