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HOM IfAi, MOH, ARKANSAS Monrfay, September IS/ t*Sl te fUportmtnt Stow SdUi Inenait Wt. * tched the port to Iflft rluh Where the ftfiqnnrter* h, ft' wo IMI o would h!» pre for Mrweow S '«* the bogln IJo&tloh* nnilon* con rtore In lh» Eighth PwJefiM ft* Dlnlrlft *'tr« b«iit JHrSnr In AiKtunt 1H«B In July, th< J*>n>r«l Htmtrw Wnnk of fit, l.nul« rnpwtod l«tl«y. Wflrf M»port«J Wily than In IMI during the firm of th<- month, hui tHa lhi» pur* nt rofijHimrr buying Blekwt tip during the »cfl«m«l firomntlonn M? In thn month, Volum* (lurlMrt Augu«t ' CenTnlly from July In major din trlcl r>tUn«, Rnlnit of Bflln ranged from M pftr rout In BprlnufU'ld to 37 pr>r nenl In Kvnniivlllp, Ind, Jf.lttlc Rock sola* Inmnnffld fori Srnllh, IB per j, H,y, 111 p«r rent, nnd . , T#nn. 20 per ronl flfltiros for .Ttily. Porks fo Direct School for Deaf MTTMS HOC Ktfl — Roy O, Pnrks yedtorday wi>» nppolntofl tendcnt of thn ArkongnK School for tho Denf by the Infttlju- llon'n nonrrl of Truntcn* .lie »«ic- John Wallace who recently lo bocorne MM of tho Sdirto) for the flllrid unrl Deaf. Tho ^R-yenr-old PnrkH In director ln«lni«*tlim for HIP for the Doflf /iml lo the juiporlritenclent of IK InflUtullnrt nt JncRiion, Pd'rltfl received his A, n. degree, I'lin) WoHlmlnlNlnr Colli'Ki' lit I'dl- oii, Mo,, find lioldn rnnnlcr'M de- arm from Onlliuidot College in "ViiHhlngtan find tlu< Urilvomlty of '(illfni'iilti, Ito in n unlive MlflHou. Inn,' Ho will ii»«iitTifi his new dtitlP« mhiortlfiU'ly, INN Y Is HERE! U. S. Ready to Give Up on Iran Oil Deal •y JOHN M, HIQHTOWI* WASHINGTON M — Arnitrle»n officials are nlmoul despairing of effort* la end thn Anglo Iranian oil RQKs Fail Continued (mm PM« On« thf- oni-rrtOTith record of 44 racked up |»»i April. lo*»e*, if nny, wilt b* re- liter In • weekend «im- Aulhorltlc/i nofd privately todny that Premier Mohammod Mo»*n hft* nhown no Intrrrxt In tho propniiai sponiprrd by I'r«Aldent nnd T'rlfric MlnlnUr Chiir- Chill Aug. .10 to R«l n«Rotl(itlons ngoln. Kurthertnnrn Ih^np offlrlnlo who hftd prevlounly he«n counting nn concc»»lon» mndc to Monnodegh In that proponol, have no new innvon in rfliirllnnns if Die Nltunllon nhould KO front bad to wurni'. Two Iranians who have hern oflttjy ounocl/itod with the Pro- mlcr.'pollllcally nr<r iluo here noon nnd thn oil xltiintloit In cxpiTtcd to concrrn them both, Ono of llio.Hd, flchcdulod to nrrlvi* orly In tho week. In IdiRMcIn Mok- kl, »ijcri;t(iry acncrnl of Monsn- dcgh'x Ndllonul Front pnrly, who ins nn Invltntlon from Vice Prenl tlcnt .Rohert 1., Onrnur of the World Dak to toko n look at the Amurlciin oil Industry. Mnkkl lino )«<sn In permnpy for n month o'nd M i'xpei'tt;<! to rorrmln In the Unlte<l )lnt<'H nlxnit «lx weokw, lie hm jf.p'h . prominently Identified with h<» Iriinliin oil nutltiniill/.uiion p^o- tcnrn iniflur which (hu t '? T "VJ 1 ' i IT-H-M* , " " ~"T «•' Cotton Supply Penny, <3cq«w chicken, who will perfot m . • _ io • special LARRQ JNnny pls< In p Ik* R«st for you pcfjonally. It's frceio don't miff it. ucated chicken perform for ' r SOUTH ONSUPPUY Phono 7-4455 , An«lo>ir«rilqri Oil Co, whs brown out of Irun' n your ngo, ' f l'hf , othor ' Irrinlnn of f Iclnl due tore lit the new nmbiiH^ndor, Al- hliynr Stillh, who Is Unncribint na )t|n« n polltlcnt follower of Mos UtltiKh nnd nn n man hnving tho 'riirnlci'B confidence. Whni hnn fippnrcntly nlumpcd Arncrlcnn offlclillH who hnve bc«n rylnii to gtit the British nnd Irim- unn together nnd who have em- phnsl/.fd fours ot n Communist nkuover lujrnn, IN that two wcuks ago In tho Ti'umnn-Churchill offor thoy thouuht they hurl tho whole Munition wrapped up for nettle- nicnt. In vionthH-lonx tnlk.H with Arnerlcnn nnd Di-Utah ofriclulH, hod , Indk'iiUul what to bo hlH' rnnjor dcinundN. The Truman-Churchill propoHiil svas di-Hlijneci lo mmd JhoHw demands, Qcoordlng tu both Hrlll.sh nnd Ain«;i'lcu'n offlclni». In substnnco It offered UiKal recognition, pf nntlpnnllxntlon, clroppud UrlUnli InHiDteoci.' on supply irchiii- clniis to run thv oil IndiiNtry, nml pi'ovlik'd rnuiins for Inuiiim oil, to begin .movloR soon nupln to world markets. In nddltlon It offered 10 million Aainrlcnri dollars to <msu MdKHiUleifirH flniuiclnl plight. the P.remiur immediately reject- t«U »hjs, pffet\ ai|d sunimQtieU Pnr- llument to formuJlite his sitntement. Tho only reason thnt the attitude he.ro is not one of complete despair i« (hut MoHsudoyb has stalled «ft the ononln« of Rnrliument, ori- lilmilly «ct for hint \Vcdnesday, nnd hn» otherwise Indicated that he 'wap'tod «o kuop the door to uego- tlallou open, Jlwvover, the expectation hero H(\y \s that his rejection will bo H|»iif« Clerk Vyon'r Seek Re-election UTTL1E JlOCK Ml — H. M. (TctU MeCastlhln will hot seek re-election OH chief ele,rk of the »|ou,se of Rep- jesentntiveit h«cnu»^ of "bitter opposition" from supporters of Judge Francis Cherry, . tyleCustluIn, who has held the job smen 1Q45, sold Saturday that ho .had 03 signed pledges of support from representatives to the 1033 s«g$Um, Only 81 votes ure needed to elect the chief clerk, and McCastlaln had no opposition. But ijtq Brlnkley politician sold ho \vithdr»W !'U> preserve harmony.',' He sold some of the strongest supporter? of Democratic Gubernatorial Nominee Cherry in McCast- luia's hwnt> comity of Monroe were Twenty four F-B4 ThonderJpU hit Slnoiju In mid-afternoon lo f ft the n**nult under way. They dropped ten* of high o*f>10>lvef and fired thouflnndu of riiAchlneit'in KulteH into the target*. Pilot* reported denie cloud* ol «mokn sflor th« ffr»t bombing runs. The Air Force gold the rope factory oppenml to be destroyed. "It went up In flamed like a matchbox," mi Id Cupt, Peter 1) Van Brumiell, Chicago. Two nenrby Industrial building* nldo were reported destroyed, iJomb* from other Thunderjets flettened the oxygen plant, a T- Khaped nroup ot four large build- Itign. The bombu gel off three roar- Ini( exploafon«, each of which erupted In huge cloud* of urnoke, Allied pilots reported 14 direct hilx on the alcohol dlntlllery and direct hits on two Btructure* near the oxygen plant. The latent attack In one of a *erle» of trip-hammer aerial blows ngnlnii targets r(ght up to the doorstop of Mtinchurl^i. ,' U. S. Navy piano* Sunday paid n return vltilt to Hoeryprjjj,, \e»$ than two mile* from IVtarichiirlii, nnd turned iieverul'warehouse* and a power stnllonUnto nniok|nK rulnn. Night • flyln«''B-ao bomber pilots intilnlulned the''preixure- on the CommunlRt wur': 'rnnchlhe with n scrleH ol attacks on the rjforth Ko* rean highway net last night. Pilots reported 120 vchicle3 destroyed the hlfjlwnt total'Ip five months. The Air Force nlso reported the destruction of throe Ruosldn made MIG15 ji'U in two nir buttles near (he Munclniriun border Sunday. Thnt raised the total of MfOs re ported destroyed In September to 31 Snbre jot pilots also said one MIO wu« probably destroyed and two damaged Sunday. In the only y round fighting of nny slvu; IKTO.HS the 155,-mile bottle- front Sunday, South Korean Infantrymen failed In a savage at tempt to throw Chinese Reds off Finger Rlclgo on the Central Front. Tho South Koreans smashed up tho slopes with bured baylonets and flume throwers iind grabbed the crest of the hill about G a. in. Tilt- Chinese lashed bock with n counterattack several hours later iind regained the position. Saturday's naval air raid on Hoeryong was directed a . a troop concentration area. In the follow up raid Sunday the targets were in dustrial, One 2,000-pound bomb 'landed Hciuurely between the two smoke stacks of the power house, pilots .snkl. The explosion sent up .a hiige cloud of white smoke and a fire broke out almost immediately. Other naval planes hit the nearby Komusan cement factory and u carbide plant. The toll of 120 Red trucks reported by the B20 pilots indicates the Allies are shifting at least part of their aerial strength back to "Operation Strangle" In an. effort In catch Communist supplies on the move. ' Lam spring U. N, war planes concentrated on railroads, high ways and vehicles. In the summer they directed their heaviest blows against power installations, munitions plants, factories and military Installations. Catholic Rome Continued from Page One tho group's other churches had beep, threatened. Tho .church's orphanage at Fniscuti 'wus closed. In 194Q d u r i h g- earlier : agitation agalnsts Us uotivitles but wus aJ lowed to reopeji after- Texas mem bers of the y,S. Congress protested to the State Department. Pefytrig the closure order .here, ?adett opened the doors two hours earlier thnn visual yesterday morn ,1SPAY SPICIAt First Quality ft OR ED SUPS by Mojud rayon erepe, septm n 4 with nn thread t * taimd , throuoKoMt Si?«s vWnkor white, Ee^ylor p and i?«s rice 'bitterly opposed"'.io »U re-elec ion. ••Tho Job of chief plerk does not Usufy o flwr fight." \tcCastlalii. In* the ttflne vllU he unex for a cRUrch, within light of Vatican City and Ramon Catholicism's first church, St. Peter's Cnthedral. Two pollcempn promptly took, iletlona lit thn stnir* leading to the' b»re «ecoml-«tory mcr-ilm? room. A red rfot J»ep nnfl *omc 20 ploln- clolhcirrwn backed up the block- ad«. An ^finericttn and an Italian pas- rcrby attempting t» tnkc pictures of th« activity were carried off to a pollpe station nnd h«?ld for two hour*. Four other Americans, including a report'^: .1 Canadian, .1 German and 3S or so Italian wor- ,'hlppers worn stopped from entering the church and ordered nwny. There wn« no dlxorder. however. Rang* jers Deny Continued from Piifie One cd on the back with fists nnd his fingers were bent bach. . I Sumaon invited reporters to nJ Inspection of Snpate'H injuries. Thej attorney asked Sheriff Ilalsey Wright to get a doctor to treat Sapati'. "I absolutely deny that mo or any of my men laid a hand on him other than to handcuff him," Alice onid. "The charges nn- designed Just to create 111 feeling against officers who arc trying to solve one of the most brutal murders that ever hit this country." Young Floyd was shot lent Mon- dsy night in the driveway of his home a few minutes after the elder Floyd, a foe of the "Duke of Duval," George Parr, received a telephone call from Nago Alantz. law partner of the district attorney elect. Alaniz is charged with being an accomplice to murder. Sapate's 1952 Packard was found in Muevo Laredo, Mexico,' 120 miles from Alice. Alfredo Cervan U?H, who District Attorney Homer D«-on snid was the hired Mexican killer, has not been arrested and is believed hiding In Mexico. He has been charged with murder. Attorneys for both Sapate and Alanl/ have asked that their clients lx' released on bond. District Judge Sam G. Roams will rule on their rct|iicst today. The elder Floyd said Alaniz told him last Monday night that both he and Reams, whose unsuccessful campaign for re-election this summer was managed by Floyd, were marked for murder. News Briefs Temperate and Artie seas have more life in them than do tropic seas. LITTLE ROCK i/f! — Fifteen new cases of polio were admitted to Arkansas hospitals last week, says the Motional Foundation for Infantile Paralysis. The Foundation said Saturday that five cases were reported In Texarkana hospitals: nine at Little Rock and one at Pine Bluff. LITTLE ROCK (to —The new Black River Game Restoration area will be completed by Oct. 1. The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission announced Saturday that the new dam on Black River will impound 1,280 acres of water in time for the opening of the duck hunting season Nov. 1, FT. SMITH (to — Two Arkansas credit organizations closed a 2 day convention here yestctday with the flection of officers. Jim Dales of Aikadelphia was elected president of the Arkansas Credit Bureau As- crciation. Earl Wilson of Little- Rock was named president ot the Arkansas Credit Association. LITTLE ,ROCK (to — Mail service in Arkansas has suffered because of a curtailment of railroad deliveries, says an assistant post master general. John M. Redding, assistant in charge of mail transportation,'f,)told the Arkansas Branch of the .Rational Star Route Mail'Carriers* Association here yesterday thnt abandonment of branch lines by 'Jail- ronds were his highest delf|et| problem. ] l TWO MISSING ' .. TOKYO (to — Two persons are missing in floods in Kyushu', Ja* pan's southernmost island, Kyoclo News Agency reported today. How Fistula May Affect Health FREE BOOK — Explains the 1 Penalty of Neglect A new, illustrated 40-page FREIf|| BOOK explains dangers of fistula ayid other rectal, colon and associated disorders. Learn facts. Thornton & Minor Hospital, Suite 919, 911 E. Lin wood, Kansas City FIRST in POWER! ford's no-h.p. Strata-Star V-S la the most powerful engine . . , the only V-8 offered in a low-priced car! Ford's 101-h.p. Mileage Maker Six i.s the industry's new- vat, most niodorn Six! FIRST in RIDE! p or the fint tinit, in the low-price field, you can enjoy a truly line-car ride! Kord'a new Autorantic Hide Control with ita diagonally mounted rear shock absorbers and new spring suspension gives you n bump-leveling, highway-hugging ride. with the MOST! • Th« 'S2 Ford brings you more power, more comfort, more "look*" and more "con do" than any other tow-priced carl You can «ee it In Ford't newi longer, wider bedlet of modern deilgn. You can fjeMt in Ford's smoother, more level ride ... In Ford's 25% easier tteerlng. And, you can lense It'in the more spirited retpenie of the '52 Ford—whether ll'» the 101-h.p. Six or 110-h.p. V-81 • . • ' . ' : ^ '*"' . t • ;- '..*" * ' • ' v • FjRST in VISIBILITY! New Full Circle Visibility gives you the only one-piece curved windshield, plus car-wide rear window, in Ford's field. New I-KKST tinted glass . . . available on Custom and Crestline models . . . guards against (jlnre and reduces heat. FIRST In STYLE! This longer, lovyer vtyle leader ha» the newest, most advanced body in the industry! It's styled to stay beautiful for years/and it's quality- built to stay young. FIRST In CHOICE! Ford_ offers the widest choice by far in the low-price field, models ... 11 body styles . . . 2 engines: V-8 or Six ... a transmissions: Fordomatic, Overdrive or Conventional . . . and the most body, upholstery and color combinations. FIRST with the NEWEST! You'll find Ford has made more advance* for '52 than any other car in its price field. You get new features like Power- Pivot Clutch and Brake Pedals, suspended from above, to allow more foot room, eliminate dusty, drafty floor holes. You get Center-Fill Fueling for easier gas filling from'ejther side. F C A. I-»I5T (leu, two-tan* colon lllmlrol«d. Fordomullc Drtv». Ov«r- 4rht, end whit* ild«*Qllt!rti optional«l «»ira cott. Equipment •««M«rUi «(uj Irlm ivb)icl la «han«< wlihoui nolle*. HOPE AUTO Phone 7-2341 YOUR FORD DIALER FOR OVER 30 YEARS HOPE, ARK. 220 W. Second St. We have just received an exciting group of new fabrics from famous Burlington Milts. Come in and see a complete group of texture* in fall's best colors. ' — »'ip ^ ^i.. Here are the flannels, gabardines, checked and plaid suitings for your softer look in suits and sportswear. Be sure to see the luxurious new dress-up fabrics that arc so important for your feminine "occasion" clothes. Marvel at: the rich new taffetas, failles and crepes j that have the look of Paris but the gpod'' old American price tag. >- ' 98c TO $1.95 Yard Monday, S*pfemb«r IS, 1932 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS SOCIETY PIIOM 74411 ••twMii I A. M. Mi 4 P. M. .a lend or [Monday, September 15 |The Spring Hill PTA will have first meeting for this school ear at 7:30 Monday, September Plans will be made for the am Ing year and a big member- hip drive will be launched. The WMS of the First Baptist Church will meet nt the church onday, September 15, for a spe Ellal program and prayer for state '^missions . with Mrs. Royce Smith Sits leader. The morning program ' rill start at 11 o'clock, pot luck Uncheon at noon, and afternoon Brogram at 1:15. Members ol all Circles are especially invited to tttcnd. !| Tuesday, September 16 ' The Beacon Sunday School Class the First Baptist Church will ect at the home of Mrs. Orval 'aylor, 316 East '13th, for its so- ial Tuesday night, September 16, With Mrs. Buddy Clingan as co- 'lostcss. The VFW Auxiliary will meet „.. ucsday night, September 16, at 5*7:30 p.m. Mrs. Pritchett and Mrs. McKenzie will be hostesses, 'his is an important meeting and all members are asked to be pre Sent. Hempstead County Medical Aux lliary will meet Tuesday morning, September 16, at 10 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Jud Martindale. There will be an executive board meeting of tho Junior-Senior PTA at the high school auditorium Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock. All officers and committee chairmen are urged to attend. Wednesday, September 17 Paisley PTA will meet in Paisley School auditorium on Wednesday, September 17, at 3 o'clock. Garland PTA will meet on Wednesday, September 17, at 3 p.m. at the school. The executive committee of the Brookwood PTA will meet at 2:15 Wednesday afternoon at the school : The first meeting of the Brookwood PTA will be held Wednesday * SAENGER LAST DAY Tt,. RIOTOUS SEQUEL To *Ch taper By Tfc* DotM feme CHAIN MynulOY MnPAGET IHG CMMttHAEl hffny HUNTER . , News • Cartoon • Novelty TUESDAY MMETTES MOEX30 MEMS WEAKNESS! MARIE WINDSOR.«DMmi«uoii AITMN fUNZ ' CtUll MOM fternoon, September 17, at 3 p.m. the school auditorium. Columbus PTA will meet Wed- csday night at 7:30. This is the irst meeting of the year and u ull attendance is urged. Court Docket * RIALTO • Today - Tuesday • Her marriage vows were more than fulfilled! BARBARA PAYTON f. LON CHANEY "Bride of the Gorilla" Thursday, September 18 The regular meeting of the Junior-Senior High PTA will be held t the high school auditorium on 'hursday afternoon at 3:30. Miss Nllla Dean Compton to Wed S/Sgt. Reece Miller Mr. and Mrs. Joe B. Greene of his city announce the cngage- nent and approaching marriage t their daughter, Nilla Dean, to Reece Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. .. J. Miller, Sr., of this city. The wedding will be an event f October in the First Methodist Church of Hope. Miss Compton is a graduate of Henderson State Teachers College vhere she was affiliated with Alpha Sigma Tau sorority and Phi Alpha Thcta honor fraternity. 5/Sgt. Miller Is serving in the 3. S. Air Force at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. Coming and Going Miss Roberta Howard left yes- erday for Hollins College, Virgina. CITY DOCKET Volmer Denn Boyd, Travis Live ly, Bonnie Flenory, Bobby Miller, Speeding. Forfeited $5 cash bond. Chns. Johnson, Sevier Nelson, No driver's license, Forfeited $5 cash bond. Archie Rny Young Possessing un taxed intoxicating liquor, Plcn gull ty, fined $50. Sylvester Lawson, Disturbing peace Forfeited $10 cash bond. Jno Henry Straughter, Assault & Bnttery, Forfeited $10 cash bond Arthur L. Chambers, No City license, Forfeited $5 cash bond. Arthur L. Chambers, Following too close to another vehicle, Forfeited $5 cosh bond. Archie \\ray Young, Drunkenness, Plea Ktiilty, fined $10. The following forfeited $10 cosh bond on a charge of DRUNKENNESS: David A. Spraguc, Vircic Lee Johnson, Ruby Jackson, Jesse Atkins, Richard Rudd, Hex Davis, Emanucl Wyatt, Geneva Hill, John nie Henderson, Joe Golden. Harvey F. Odom, Failure to ieki right-of-way, Forfeited $5 ash bond. Ike Coleman, No brakes on car, •'orfeited $5 cash bond. 1. E. Wesson, Illegal parking, •"orfeited $1 cash bond. Jesse Lee Cook, Improper lights n car, Forfeited $5 cash bond. Billie Ray Tabor, Following too .-lose to another vehicle, Forfeited i5 cash bond. James Bostick, Running slop sign, Forfeited $5 cash bond. R. C. Stuart, Hazardous driving Forfeited $10 cash bond. Sevier Nelson, Drunk while driv ng, Forfeited $25 cash bond and Sptck Sees Two Governors DOROTHY DIX Nft. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Price, Mr and Mrs. Dan Gunter and child•en of Alexandria. La., were tlu> veek end guests of Mr. and Mrs Fletcher Reed Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Walker car- •icd their daughter, . Kathleen, Commerce, Texas, where she will •c-enter East Texas State Teachers College. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Walker and daughter, Jean, spent the week id with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Davis in Marshall, icxas. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Volentinr lave returned from a vacation trip n Galveston, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Berry and daughter, Cathy, and Miss Edna Lane of Gibsland, La., were the week end guests of Mrs. Berry's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Collins. Miss Wanda Collins and Roy McKinlcy of Dallas were the week end guests of Miss Collins' parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Collins. Lawrence McDowell and children of Fort Worth, Texas, were the week end guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. McDowell. Mrs. Aubrey Collier, Jr. and family accompanied them home for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Alford of Ro dessa, La., were the Friday guests of Mr. Alford's sisters, Mrs. J S. McDowell and Mrs. C. C. Col lins. Mrs. L. M. Bales of Smackovei and son and daughter were Hit Saturday afternoon guests of Mr and Mrs. C. C. Collins. A-1C Berlin Fuller has return ed to Sheppard Air Force Base Wichita Falls, Texas, after a visi with his mother,. Mrs. B. E. Fulle Mr. and Mrs. Fred Glanton an daughter, Poleda, and Mr. an Mrs. Dorsey Collins and son;. Billy and Wayne, attended the fai and Eddy Arnold Show in Texai kana Friday night. Dorsey Collins, Jr., has return ed to Southern State College, Mat nolia, after a week end visit wit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Doi sey Collins. LITTLE ROCK l.fi —Republican Gubernatorial Nominee Jeff Speck says he will be beaten by 100,000 to 200,000 votes In the November election. But, he adds, if Gen. Dwight D. Elsenhower, GOP presidential nomi nee. Is elected, Arkansas will have two governors — Democrat Francis Cherry and himself. Speck, who addressed a "Gel Out the Vote" meeting of the American Legion here Saturday said, "we're (joins to have n state governor — that's Mr. Cherry — and we're going to have a federal governor —that's me." Thi- East Arkansas cotton planl- r declared that he would be the state's GOP boss under a Republican national administration He was :me of the first Eisenhower support- rs in Arkansas. Other top Republican leaders in Arkansas include Verne Tindall of Stuttgart, Elsenhower's Arkansas campaign manager and Ha.«|'-y aig of Caraway. Craig, an Elsen- hower supporter from the begln- ling. was a delegate to tho Republican national convention and served on the Credentials Committee. Democrat gubernatorial nominee Francis Cherry also spoke at the Legion meeting, a membership conference involving five states. Cherry has said previously that he would not campaign against Speck. Which Child? Dear Miss Iiix: Cnn you help me in this matter? 1 simply cannot seem to make the decision a- lono. I inn |il;mmi\j; to visit my parents in South America six agent, Mrs. Blackwood. Hinton Seven members and Mrs. Black wood were present September 8 when tho Hinton Home Dcmonslra lion Club met in the home of Mrs. W. Berlin Jones. The hostess gave the devotional and led in a short jraycr. Mrs. Tommic Gibson read the minutes of the last meeting. Sh(! also gave the treasurer's report. Plans to have a small booth at tho Third District Livestock Show were made. Packages wil. donated to be sold during thr- livestock show with proceeds RO ing to the council treasury. Mrs. Blackwood asked each member to bring slips of paper asking fo 1 demonstrations that each would .ike to have next year. Mrs. Stella Adams brough pie tures of the August meeting and gave each member a picture. Tho surprise package was won by Mrs. W. S Gordon. Mrs. Berlin Jones received a nice gift from her secret pal for her birthday The October, . meeting will be with Mrs. Tommic Gibson. The demonstration .will be judging cnn ned products. Each jar of canned food will bo given to the Arkansa Crippled Children's Home. and occasion to. make some Jok- Ing reference to your .nfce and pass It off as if you realiie tnnt hn knew ahovit H all the time. That will at least phcro between Then stop wbtryf Released by WINS PRIZE CLEVELAND, O .—(fl— A Har rison. Ark., high school student. Cecil Frost, was awarded a $25 prize by the James F. Lincoln A Welding Foundation here, It was announced today. Frost's paper, "How to Construol a Phosphate Spreader." won him a prize in the Foundation's Farm Welding Award Program for Hig! Schools. . CASUALTIES ANNOUNCED WASHINGTON (to — The Defense Department today identified 67 Korean War casualties in a new list (No. 649) that reported 10 killed, •lli wounded, two missing and three injured. ordered to serve one day In jail. Verlic Blackmail, Chas. Johnson, Reckless driving, Forfeited $25 cash bond. Jim Witherspoon Hazardous driv ing, Forfeited $10 cash bond. Mrs. R. L. McCain, Failure to yield right-of-way, Dismissed. STATE DOCKET C. W. Gentsch, Overload, Forfeited $25 cash bond. James Watkins, No State license, Forfeited $5 cash bond. • • B. F. Chamberlain speeding, For fcitcd $5 cash bond. Bill Spearman, Carrying a pistol as a weapon, Pica guilty, fined $50. months. That's where 1 como from Init I am married to an Antrricun •inrt hnvo two daughters, 1! and -I. 1 would like to take both childrrn with me but, for financial unisons and because my husband does not want to stay alone. 1 can iin'.\ ,uk(> IIIH-, The question is —• which' The 4-year-old can attend nursery school niul is belter iilile to lake care of herself, but I think sho would appreciate the trip more The .VOUIIKIT one I feel needs my attention and care. MRS. M. O. Answer: You pose it most clilli- cult problem for a stnuu',ci' In solve for you. Of course neithoi possible solution i.s altogether per-' since no problem involving a family separation, even a lein- porai-y one, can be perfect. My siiKKestion would be for you to take ll'ie ^ year old. The older child is still too young to have any appreciation of the trip ami is the easier one to leave to other's care. Have a nice visit! Loves Married Man Dear Miss Dix: I am 22 single nod in love, with a married man lour years my .senior who works in the same office. His wife i.s also 22, they have a J) year old daughter, and the man will not leave Ilis wife, although he doesn't love her, because of the child. Don'l you think his wife is wrong to try to hold him? 1UCI..EN Answer: This identical query comes up .so often that I could a mosi have it, and the answer, .set up in lirnnane.nl print. However, since each questioner Is convinced that she is the only woman faced with it, and since it is such a inexorably important issue, I bring it up rather frequently. The answer is: The wiie has prior rights lo her husband; .she is cerlainiy not bound to turn him over tu every oliice ilirl who gets a yen lor him. iMirlherinore, Helen, and everyone else with Ihe .same problem, yon are bring taken in by one of the oldest stories since Adam and Eve. Your lover has no intention whatever of leaving his wife and child. As long as you are around to feed bi.s vanity with adoring eyes, he'll continue lo tool you until another adorer comes along. Stop being a tool! Dear Miss Dix: The giri I love is 3!) and 1 am 2!) and, because of this difference in age. she refuses : to marry me. Do you think Uic marriage, could be a success'.' FRKD Answer: A successful, and happy marriage depends on so many • more important things than this point alone certainly shouldn't be the deciding factor. If you aro suited to each other In background likes and dislikes, friends, relatives, financial situation, etc., u\e difference In age will not matter. Dear Miss Dix: I nin engaged to be married In the near lulure, and our problem Is my fiance's mother. She Is in hei early -tO's, still working, but wants to live wltli us. She also has a married daughter and I fool, if she must live with one of her children, It should bo tho daughter — al least until wo are settled, A. P. Answer; Your future mother-in- law is certainly too young to ulvo up her own home and move' in with n married child, This doubl- K up is seldom satisfactory. A woman In her 4l)'s naming he, own living, should keep her independence. Dear Miss Dix: I am lit years old and although 1 have had iiuiny date.s, 1 am now going wilu a hoy I love deafly. He lives out of lowii and I only sec him once a month For some lime ho has asked me to kiss him, and 1 never hnve Should 1? Answer: Considering your age and the fact that you are deeply interested in the boj and he M'I you — I can see no harm in kissing him. The danger is In wlini you do from there on. Yon soein like a sensible girl, however, and can |.".'ob«bij- be trusted lo conduct yourself accordingly. Dear Miss Dix: When I was young, and before 1 was married. 1 looked younger than I was. At 2f> 1 met a boy of 20 and told him tuat 1 was only 20. 1 kept my see ret all through tho years but, alter seventeen .wars of marriage, I am sure my husband reali/.es that 1 n in older than ho. He I.s cool to me lately. Answer: This was a very sil|_v deception in the find, place, anil IryiiH? to maintain il for seventeen years ha.s been a childish Blunt. Ol course your husband probably knows your true age by now, and his foulness is caused by youi deceil rather than your yours, kind How to have a winning TELEPHONE PERSONALITY by EMILY POST WVrc often juilHitl Av the MW.V ww u»c telephone fthnno Icchnitiur and flood telvphnna mannm are tm, prnmnnlity . . . and help you get the most e .sw»Vr. very HOPE DRIVE-IN THEATRE 8. Main A Country Club rd, MONDAY "The Trail of the Lonesome Pine" Color by TECHN1COLOK with FRED MacMURRAY SYLVIA SIDNEY HENRY FONDA A correspondent reminds mo, "You often spottk about overworking Information. Doesn't the telephone complin^ provide Information service for my convenience?" Yo«-for your convenience nnd jruldtii whim you can't find n number Itated i.lui tolopliono directory™not na a slituhi for tryitw to find it first, Strft: enough, it to not our older gunors but our young people who are mi ronponaihlo for tho fact thnt Ihnwi of four calls to Information numbers listed correctly in iho phono directory, Here Is n question frequently naked, "If I nm cntcrtdlnli visitor nnd my telephone rlntts, what Is tho proper thlntt't do? Should my attention bo ttlvon to the cnll-or thu vl»it Your viwitor Ima firwt clnlrn on;j tlrw anri all,flnMon, It Id propfer.' CUHII ytniraolf, HUH wot the teloj and, unki.sH tho cull pruHonta n)\4)p dinto uiiuirKoiioy, nsk th«'caller iniatiiun lu rolurn tho cull later. A pnrty line user, writes, "Whnt should I do when I pick tt my party-lino telephone- to mnko a call and Hud It In USD?" Koplnco tho roooivor gently. Lifting and roplncing the rcunlvur slgnnls thoso iming tho lino that you Wont tom|k« V mill, Wiut. from three to flvo hoforo you try ngnln. This given piirly-lino neighbor time to end h uonvprou lion without Vuihing — opoua tho lino for your upo. * r '/ An advorltsemant of Souf/iwosrern Bell Telephone Company^ JL • V College Notes Miss Carolyn Cox of Fulton has pledged Pi Beta Phi al the University of. Arkansas. Boy: "It's a good thing father named me Jimmie." Tillman: "Why?" Boy: "Because that'* what everybody ke4p* calling me." — Diane Helm* Submit jokes lor this column and win passes to tke BialCo. for every joke used, the person sub- it wtfi Hospital Notes Branch Admitted: Mrs. John Brown, Hi 1, McCaskill, Mrs. Martin Anderson, Hope, Discharged: Mrs. Albert Bro^n and baby girl, Hope, Mrs. John Anderson and baby girl, Hope, Mrs. ILmmett Biddle and baby girl of Patmos, Mrs. Clyde Tullas and oaby boy, Hope, Mrs. Percy O'Steen, Hope, Miss June Uratiot, Ht. 1, Hope, Mr. W. L. Lentz, Blevins, Michael Huckabec, Corrigan, Texas. Clubs Liberty Hill Mrs. Ivan Williams was hostess to the Liberty Hill Home Demonstration Club Tuesday afternoon, September 9, at her home. Mrs. Blackwood demonstrated to the women how to make attractive pictures from copper foil. Two pic tures were nearly completed. The members were encouraged to have aa exhibit at the Exhibit Hall dur ing the Third District Livestock Show. During the recreational period. Mrs. G. W. Williams received the surprise package. The hostess, assisted by EliwbeUi Lou WiUiants & /d FAILLE CAPRICE SUITS by Bloomfield - Cirilo - Madome Renauld S22- 98 ' * -i r ?•' The ideal suit for shopping, travel, luncheons - the suit : ' ^f| with thesil;fe look will be your most accommodating and" flattering rostume. Sizes 12 to 42~16!/2 to 2214 >: " •«*** You'need one — See them in our windows Try one on. *r: 4 * /.'V*VA&

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