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HOP I STAR, HOPI, ARKANSAS Of lelinquent &&, t > • * - 'ersonal I Ricliardsbn, Lawton Taylor, F. E. 65 Williams, Omer A. 2)5 WARD 3 SUPPLEMENT ounty Arkansas ^ClSRTlPICATE OF ARKANSAS . sr or HEMPSTEAI)--SS. Stfd H. Stttioh, Sheriff and r <j{ Hcmpstead Cojnty, Ardo hereby certify that the i is a true ahd compaied all persons, firms ana cor- ,..n* Avhose personal taxes •,ftot paid withm the time pre- Jribed by law, and the same are itfseby returned delinquent for the ' " the year of 1946. , Jed my hand on this 10th iy.$W November, 1947. , CLAUD H. BUTTON ,,,& Collector of Hempstead ' County, Arkansas ftbcribed and sworn to before ton this 10th day of November, ClaHi, Vvalter W. Muldrow., H. W. ... WARD 4 Anderson, Florence Athins, Klla Bals, J A. Dr. . Bishop, Sidrtey Blancnard. Lpuel BiacK, Oscar Biaaiey, hcttei Brantley, Kelly . Bryant, Flenoy Burns, Abram E C. TURNER inty & Probate Clerk of Hempstead County, Arkansas Cair, Dan Uieatham, LcRoy Cheatham, Louie Cheatham, Kutn Clark, Mattie Clark, Isiah Conway, Jim Cothian, Willie Crmer, Henry Caster, Moslyn Coloney, David Ueadman, Joe ...: Dixon, lid Lee Dixon, kiddie . Diaper, Odie Ellis,- LcRoy Garland, Roosevelt . Graves, Maple Harris, Willie Mae . Harris, Leona 'Harris, George E Lewis, Big Boy Henarix, &ula 50 15 50 300 11)0 40 100 30 25 ? 5 ? 5 25 40 100 25 25 30 30 50 25 30 40 : 55 100 . 30 . 25 . 30 . 25 . Ili5 50 25 3.03 947 9.09 2.39 of owner sg 7*1 C „ WARD Noel'. Tom D. r ,„, Lyman .Jattey, Logan , . fjfiedford,' Kttte .. . • t t Louis Bob , ,, Carlee bam, Eual icfeWoV, Yancy "Jtown, Geo. O i, H- C. Jo:? John i , , Georgia ... Nora ftMhel, Paul " torn ftoh, .Clingan, <.•#•/ , Matties F (Mis ) Crttlc O C i<r Collins Studio 1 ^Colernan, E F !"i x Penni8, Cecil "V/DJckerson, Harold A jDlxOn, Long Barter, Willie Mae Edgmigton, / HI, E. (Mrs ) Edwards, Eugene jsi'tacs, Tony 'lesson, Clayton , Uce Odis , Roy ' ties, B Garage Ro-xie la^ist'oH) Liq. 250 100 200 400 50 25 25 30 3bO 25 25 40 25 330 150 25 25 170 400 500 300 25 500 155320 50 40 25 30 2»j 50 25 . 50 , 110 25 Store 375 90 100 25 Penny Mae ndon, W. R. , § - ftm, Letha ., ., "jfsjcksdn, Laura "tonnson. Maiy '-"••- Sid K. D. , Waddie (Mis.) tvHon, W. W Hjnedv, L C iW. Jphn Henry Cela „„..„ JLillle ,. .Lloyd, Oscar •"inton, T. O tuldrow, Henry .jllms, Roy isloie) fvjgcDOwell, E A. Lecoy Ozie , . Andy liUlpi, Edna B. A ,*W, M . Jack . . . Wm'. C. 40 100 300 25 220 125 150 <£5 25 25 90 25 150 100 50 50 25 25 50 180 50 140 •10 100 Simriions, J M. CMib) 305 Bonnie (Mrs ) Shaw, Martha . 50 ' ~ '" Delma F 140 Wm. E, 90 ^Southern Cafe 250 •Stewart, Charlie 25 gj^jylor, George 35 [Ute 'Cafe , 400 Exie , 25 5 \ftJddle, George 150 Jodie . 25 J, W, 100 arjren., Andi ew 25 toatroti Shoe Store , 500 WilUamb, J' W 275 Wood. Lewis , . 50 Peny 135 WARO I SUPPLEMENT 10.97 454 883 17.41 239 1.32 1 32 1 54 1526 132 1 32 107 132 J6 55 6G8 1 32 1,32 7 54 1741 21 70 13 12 1 32 21.70 689 1398 239 1.97 1 32 154 1 32 239 1 32 2.39 497 132 1G 33 411 454 1 32 1 32 1 97 454 13 12 1 32 j 9,09 561 668 132 1.32 1 32 4.M 1.32 6.68 4.54 2.^ 239 1 i)2 1 32 2 39 797 2.39 6.26 1.97 4.54 13,33 2.39 6.26 4.11 10.97 1.32 1.75 1.32 17.41 1.32 6.63 1.32 4.54 1.32 21.70 12.04 2.39 6.04 iiightow'er, Josephine 100 Kocige, John Holyiield, N. H Holyfield, Gertrude House, Holman Hubbard, Jonn R. Hunt, Chas Hunt, G, C Iverson, Maiy* Jones, Calvjster . Jones,- Katie Jones, George Johnson, James Johnson, Essie Lee Johnson, Ray Key, Kiva Mabie King; Lillian , Knox, Josephine Lacy. Coia LouderrnilK, Geo. Sara Lloyd, 'Mai tin. M.anus,': Carrel Morrison, Chester Morton, .George Mpss, Freddie, Muldrow, Lem vluldrow, Luther Muldrow, Aima .Vluldrow, Henry Muldrow, Willie L. Mullins, Cat McCollum, Ellen Mel- addih, Elige McFaddin, Georgia McElvene, Bob McFaddin, Haywood Owens, W A O'Dcll, John Parker, Jim Paxton, Maiy Pickens, Aithur Pickering, E A Phillips, Fiank Phillips, Bessie Powell, Warren Poindexter, Versie Lee Reynersonj Alva Riley, Melvin Rpgets, John B Robinson, Monroe Kobinson, Myrtle 50 25 25 200 50 30 50 25 50 25 40 115 50 25 25 40 25 110 40 50 50 25 40 14U 225 bO 25 100 50 75 25 50 25 50 .40 40 100 25 30 20 115 75 25 25 30 2.8.9 4.'54 4.54 1.04 1.32 1.04 1.32 1.32 1.B2 1.32 162 1.97 4.54 1.32 1.32 1.54 1.54 2.39 1.32 1.54 1.97 2.00 4.54 1 54 1.32 1.54 1.32 7.32 2.39 1 32 4 2.39 1 1.32 883 239 1 54 2.39 1.3 239 1.3: 1.97 5.18 239 l'.31 1.9' 1.3: 4.9' 1.97 2.'sr 1.3 1.97 (j.2d 9.90 2.33 1.32 4.o4 Muldrow, Henry ........ Muldrow. John ............ McAdams, Erwm McCorkle, Cecil ........ McCorklc, Jessie ........ McCovkle, H. E ......... McUee. Jewell (Mrs.) McFarlancl, J. F ........ ivicjiivene, itob ........ McUain, Etitiicc ........ Owens, bam Osborne, E. M ............. Usborne, J. li ............. Powell, Warren .......... fteanian, Ward ....... Robertson. H. T ......... HoDei'tson, Orange .... 6. 1 ) 55 H5 iOO 25 130 230 2.08|Shuffield, D 275 1.56; Sloan, Lucy 1.18! wiiite, Salhe 12.97 Yarmough, R. A. 2.31 F-ULTON 5.67 7.73 -JO 115 L. F. Kooei'tson, Monroe . Ross, C D Howe, Joe B Sexton, W. S. Shucirac'h, I' 1 . H " mitn, A A truth, Hoy InckianJ, J W 'ayloi, 'lorn (Mrs ) 'aylor, A. A. .'hpmpson, Autrey ^'ho-mpscn, W. J. ?hormen, J. R L'ranslcr, G. C. ... Waison, J. M Williams, John H. Williams, A. G. ... White, Author Wren, .Edmond lYooas, J. Brice ... Yocom, ITrcd HOPE SPECIAL >ain, J. F. C. Hamiler, Harrcll Jackson, Lewis Knox, Fred Lowe, Marvin Merchant, J. F. McFactam, Matlic Lee 205 80 310 400 25 SO . 65 15 115 45 100 ISO 50 15 50 75 195 7.92 3.24 11.84 16.14 Burton, Walter Calvin, George ... v.-amgan, vviiiie jJavio, noy Klliot, Vviu uuoert, Henry .. Vjuioert,.. Lester ,. .Urisnain, ji,. W. rlamric, J. L awtnorne, M. J endrix, bam .. dims 'lartm, 'loin 'loocst, Henry .. vviiiie ivicdenaon, Lula Ns\sn, Otla Nelson. 15.21 1.18 2.12 2.63 .81 4.55 1.93 3.99 '(.M 2.12 .81 2.12 3.03 7.54 Meison, 25 ........ 40 ........ 125 SPECIAL ........ 35D : ....... ao 53 71) 150 na 155 ao 500 ou 40 iu 135 DO lib 40 100 230 12.04 1.32 1.97 5.61 13.53 1.37 l.Ud 1.18 2.6i 2,8 / 9.86 U.ia 6.05 3.24 18.95 2.Ud l.Vo l.ia 5.30 L. Percy Callie Sampson, Eli 290 amiln, wime Jr 85 btrong, Annie 1)0 Uurner, William 200 Wnile, John 55 White, Uocie 135 Wnite, Haywood 25 Wilson, iNorman 25 Johnson, Hercules .... 55 Johnson, Willie 100 SUPPLEMENT 90 300 25 105 25 65 25 NASHVILLE BLEVINS CORPORATION Garrett, Leon .' ............... 100 Harper, J. M. ............. 20 Harrison, W. C .'. ....... 110 Hendrix, Lee ................ 145 McGill, Thomas ........ 25 McMorris, James .. . 15 Hike, George- (Mrs.) 10 Smith, Maggie ............ 50 Thomas, J. N ...... . ...... 25 Willis, Leon 40 3.82 11.47 1.18 4.18 1.18 2.68 1.18 4.54 lill 4.97 C.46 1.32 2.17 .38 2.39 1.32 1.97 Bell, Sam .................... 100 Bell, L. C ..................... 40 Bryant, V. C ............. 180 Uaugherly, Joe ............ 115 Donaldson, Espa ........ 75 i'lemistcr, Clell ........ 165 Graves, ira .................... 20 Harris, Kenneth ........ 65 Lovelace, Claud ............ 155 Joiinson, Sam ............ 500 Leslie, Clint ................ 95 Locke, Charles ............ 100 Marshall, Emmett .... 155 Marshall, Ed ................ 30 Morgan, R. N ............. HO Nelson, Fannie .......... 215 Norwood, C. C ............. 70 Porterfield, W. C ......... 25 Ray, A. S ..................... 100 Ray, Robert ................ 95 BLEVINS CORPORATION SUPPLEMENT Cox, Andruw B ....... 25 Robinson, Ed 305 1.32 3,'W 8.85 11.10 3.4: 2.4'J 7.73 2.31 5.30 1.18 1.18 2.31 3.99 3.99 l.Vo 6.98 4.55 3.05 6.42 1.00 2.68 6.05 18.95 3.80 3.99 6.05 1.37 4.36 8.^9 2.87 1.18 3.99 3.80 Jewels, Leanha Jradley, Theo irown, Lu Ella Calhouri, Elee Clayton, Norman Ltooson, Herman LI. & Uauu-ignl, J. M Fainwiigiit, Lon ireen, nuoin iteatnouse, unariie .. Uieamouse, L. iu riesier, tloo HUSICI-, Cnarles J'onn'sun, Juuus Leeuon, Wauacc LocKard, T. A mcjuniuns, b'. i 1 '. .. S. S. May, u. (~ ivioiencaU, Clarcnda Muiarow, Pailie Mercer, Joe Iviuiaiow, Monroe Morns. Green Moss, Ollie Moss, Gus Moton, Ernest Nelson, Ledell Nelson, V/illie Nelson, Jerry Nelson, IJicn Olden, John Reed, Bryan NASHVILLE SUPPLEMENT Catcher, Lewis Propps, B. W. . Ncison, William , Scoggins, Ezra McCASKILL CORPORATION 13.33 Scoggins, Ben Haney, J. G. Khoues, Jack BLEVINS Ashworlh, T. W. Armstrong, Eddie Baker, Mary F ' ' B. 2 39 Bailey J ^ 40 Ball, G W 1 32 Bell, Elmer 2.89 Bex, E. A. 1.32 Brandon, Florence Brown, Elzic Buckley, Lee 1.97 1.97 4.54 1.32 1.54 1.11 5.18 3.46 1.32 1.75 1.54 Simms, J M Simpson, Ti-m Slay, Ed Smith, Earnest Smith, Lula Stuart, Agee Stuart, Knail Suttles, Ethel ihomas, Charlie Thomas, Florence Torrence, Ben Trotter, Queen Turner, Perry Ve/ge, Joe Watkinb, Ira Watkins, lantha Walker, Macia Walker, Thos, ...... Washington, Addie Warren, Jim Webb, Jessie West, Allie B White, Moses ...... Williams, John Williams, Luther . Williams, R. L. Williams, Anna Williams, Dorsey . Williamson, S. W. Witherspoon, Julia Wlngficld, Jim Young, G. W. WARD 4 Aklns, Katie 25 50 100 25 50 20 25 30 23 30 DO 125 25 40 50 40 25 25 75 50 25 50 40 40 50 40 25 25 80 25 25 25 25 30 65 . 25 25 25 SUPPLEMENT 25 .1.75 2.39 4.54 1.32 2.39 1.11 1.32 1.54 1.32 1.54 2.3J 5.61 1.32 1.97 2.39 1.97 1 Al 1.32 3.46 2.39 1.32 2.39 1.9? 1.97 2.39 1.9V 1.32 1.32 3.U3 1.32 1.32 1.32 Cash, J. P. Chism, Willie B. Cooley. A. M. Cox, E. G. Curnmings, A. J Daniel, Mario Daniel, D. H. Daniel, Ellen D,ixon, W. M. Dobio, Ira Draper, Lee Erwin, T. N. Flaherty, James Fqlsom, J T. Formby, S. E. Fulton, Rocky Garner, Steve General Box Co. Gustaifson, E. Hams, A B Hendrix, W. M. Hill, S. , J. Honea, Ezra L. Honea, Calvin Hoplfins, Verncll Horton, Thomas House, L. A: Huskey, J. O. Irvin, F. N. James, Fred James, Edgar Keaton, Edgar W. . Kcaton, Nannie (Mrs) Kelly, W. M. King, Hosea 1.32 1.54 3.08 l.J Lively, J. E. Long, James R. Meeics, Walter Miller, J. W Miller, C. M Morrison, Fred McMaster, Tom .. McDougaid, W. L. McGill, C. L. biderson, J L. jqevle, Lee Warren JeMrjcks, Dozie , . ' J er, Oscar . Jim , y, B. L. lobwts, C. P. " Julian E, orntop, Ora (Mrs.) M. J. WARD 2 G, E , John Lee L. A J. M. G E f Dennis, Veinon Ruby L ^terlicg, W. N t. J- v, F. F. Ja^nie, F V r mson, Cora y. Rosie owe, Jphn B 250 10.97 50 2.39 75 3.46 105 4.75 230 10.12 100 4.54 135 0,04 400 17.41 50 2.30 170 7.54 25 1.32 150 0:68 100 4.54 50 2.39 25 1.32 25 1,32 220 9.69 50 2.33 25 235 10.3i 100 4.54 100 4.54 30 2.82 335 14.62 40 1.87 100 50 15 25 100 25 Olyn 145 , W, D (Mis) 25 „- . L H 320 ^..eadrnan, Orvilie 50 gfone, D E so WARD 2 SUPPLEMENT P A and T.. E 325 J A 90 $, G B 50 W. D. 205 J F T O , C. B Breed, Woodard Douglas, Calvin DeLong, Simon ...: DeLong, L. B ..... ; Harris, Hattie Harrison, J. N. .....: Harlsfield, Geo. W McFaddin, Jack. McFaddin, Mayola MeFaddin, Cleye Morrison, Freddie Porter, Autrey Spears, Phoqbia HOPE SPECIAL Alexandria, Otis ........ 25 Allen, John C. . Allen, Currcy . Anderson, Selh Atkinson, W. H Bailey, Doyle .. Barwick, G ....... Blackmail, L. J. Boyett, E, M. .. Bradley, Maria .. Braden, Virginia Brooks, W, W. 50 . 500 270 50 175 170 25 100 . 25 50 . 25 25 50 ' 1.32 2.31! 21.70 11.83 2.3:) 7.75 7.54 Ncsbitt, N. P. . Nivins, Ruff Nivins, Add Norvell, N. F. . 32 Owen, H. A IOIT, A. V i- arkor, A. L. Prince, Ben .... Phillips, J. L. Prince, C. A. Rasborry, F. W Uugcrs, John R. E. 1.32 4.54 1.32 2.3!) 1.32 1.32 2.39 Rhodes, F. M. Rowland, R. Scott, Harvey R. H.? I Bush," Lester Jewell J. C Jessie ll-tjn, Clyde , John , Gilbeit pro, Lc.sn.ei ie, T F Bryon, Camp, Carter, Chism, .John Clark, Herbert ..,. jClark, Nolen .. J-5»|Cobb, Ernest .. *•$% Cnffee, J. A. .. ,39 1.32 4.54 1.32 6.46 3.32 13.98 2.39 3.68 gep, 270 225 125 eis, C M 35 rti, H H (Mrf,.) 135 i WARD 3 R. H 115 David T aas M- 25 20 75 50 Roy 2QO 50 25 75 25 . DeiMicrt L. Vick . Lee __. > S tig," W, M ' •, Olm J. I'. ~ •) 11 14.19 4.11 2.39 9.04 9^90 p.61 1.75 6:04 5J8 S5.00 1.32 1.11 3.46 2.3i> a 83 2.39 1,32 Collins, E. W. Cornelius, Ralph Crockett, Ned Daniels, S. M. ... Ellis, Luther .... Enoch, Aubrey ... Evans, Viola Faulkner, Eva ... Fergerson, C. V. Frierson, Clayton Frisby, J. W. ... Garrett, Daiton Gleghorn, Jim Goodman, E Gunn, A. B. ' Hipp, Q. H Hill, Tommy Ho.neycutt, J. O: Houston, F, O. Hutson, Foy Lee Ingersoll, O. T. .. Jackson. Walter •Jones, Josephine •Jones, J. B. Keaton, W. W. Kizzia, John Lemley, Hiram ., Martin, A. W. Maxwell. Lou Miller. F. B Mohan, C, B. 3.4(5 Moiton, Hcmy 1.32 jlullin?, Hollis 300 200 25 (Mrs) 145 500 ' 35 ., 2GO .. 80 .. 20 ••• 25 .. 180 . 100 .. 110 .. 40 .. 245 .. 25 .. 25 ... 65 ... 300 .. 290 .. 265 ... 150 ... 50 ... 50 ... 50 ... 320 ... 25 ... 40 ... 165 ... 75 ... 80 ... 210 ... 25 ... 50 ... 90 ... 485 ... 65 ... 155 ... 215 ... 75 ... 115 ... 175 ... 115 ... 55 ..' 1000 ... 55 .... 25 100 , 25 . 320 . 25 40 ... 50 30 30 SPECIAL 115 130 25 20 25 30 120 25 90 110 30 40 95 100 200 25 115 40 80 185 295 170 70 50. 610 105 25 540 330 150 200 . 40 185 225 300 75 110 65 340 60 45 65 50 45 170 25 45 65 45 85 . 150 . 2«5 . 110 . 95 . 75 . 130 . 535 . 150 . 100 . 115 . 105 . 50 . 295 . 115 . 275 . 150 . 40 . 45 . 100 . 20 . 275 205 150 80 40 65 55 1.54 1.54 4.55 5.11 1.18 1.00 1.18 1.37 4.74 1.18 3.32 4.36 1.37' 1.75 3.80 3.99 7.73 1.18 4.55 1.75 3.24 7.17 11.28 6.61 2.87 2.12 23.06 4.18. 1.18 20.45 12.59 5.86 7.73 , 175. 6.42 8.66 11.47 3.05 4.36 2.68 12.97 2.49 1.93 2.68 2.12 1.93 6.61 1.18 1.93 2.68 1.93 3.43 5.86 10.91 4.36 3.80 3.03 5.11 20.26 5.8U 3.99 4.55 4,18 2.12 11.28 4.5J 10.53 5.8G 1.75 1.93 3.09 1.00 10.53 7.92 5.H6 Stuart, Landers ....'. Stewart, Henry ....' Stuart, S. M. ....; Stune, Milton ; Tollett, A. L Tollett, Jeff Walker, Mitchell Wesson, Ben White, Unie Witnerspoon, Hansel Withersjjoon, Bettie .. Witherspoon, H. C. 25 275 140 245 25 70 35 135 90 430 280 40 70 60 50 25 25 OZAN CORPORATION Baber, J. 0 Baber, W. T. ... Draper, Fannie Green, W. D Higgason, L. P. ... Higgason, G. B. .. McKnight, M. D. Webb, J. D. 85 135 25 65 25 55 125 70 OZAN SPECIAL Green, Sammy .. .......... Joiner, Henry ............ PATMOS Aubrey, Lugene ........ Belts, Elvin ................ Burns, E ..................... Clark, Callie (Mrs.).... 90 95 1.18 10.53 5.49 9.41 1.18 2.87 1.56 5.30 3.62 16.33 10.72 1.75 2.87 2.49 2.12 1.18 1.18 3.89 6.04 1.32 3.03. 1.32 2.6Q 5.61" 3.25 3.62 3.80 Richards, Jimmie .... Kooy, I 1 '. F Kobinson, Mamie Hcbinson, Mary badler, Charles bheiinan, l-lenry Smith, Ellen b'mith, Garland ...: Tatum, Harry Tollett, Wallace Turner, Nancy Turner, Alex Vaughn, b'usana WaiKer, Walter Walker, Willis Waters, Joe Walker, Ed Walker, Martha Williams, Elmore Whitmore, Geo Waldm, Otis K Williams, Joseph D. Wright, Charles G. . 49 40 45 125 5a 55 130 70 2d 80 115 1)5 . ItiU 120 120 120 110 4d 2aO 80 . 45 40 55 1UO 40 175 175 105 25 b5 40 40 50 145 65 360 40 215 360 100 20 45 25 60 190 215 50 440 65 25 55 40 45 40 140 .. 40 85 1.75 1.75 1.93 4.92 2.31 2.31 5.11 2.87 1.18 3.24 4.55 2.31 5.86 4.74 4.74 4.74 4.36 1.U3 11.10 3.24 1.93 . 1.73 2.31 6.23 1.75 0.79 6.79 4.18 1.18 2.68 1.75 1.75 2.12 5.67 2.68 13.71 1.75 8.29 13.71 b.tiJ 1.00 1.93 1.18 2.49 7.38 8.29 2.12 1U.71 2.68 1.18 2.31 i.75 1.9c 1.75 5.49 1.75 3.43 Green, Joe H. Springs, C. W. 75 145 WASHINGTON SPECIAL Allen, Aicrue, ucter ........ .biacK, Euuie tiooker, ueorgia !3rUt'it&, Oi'uiiL ... CQ-opci-, Ouen COuWay, Juuus .. Hugn Juixon, Lrluuil, i-i Hauiuid, Iviiieneil, A. (^ trip .tallest William 25 43 'u rid ^3 3UU 111) IUU yj ob «j '10 SARATOGA SUPPLEMENT Smith, A. A 180 6.98 SPRING HILL SCHOOL DlSTRl^l Hatch, Dolphus rlarris, James A. Hollis, H. B: (Mrs.) Norton, B. R Hunt, Roy Jamison, Frank Jones, C. B. (Mrs.)... Jones, J. B Kell, Leonard Maddock, Geo. E ,. Moses, Virdis Raleliff, Ben Robertson, Len Smith, A. A Thomas, Elmer Townsend, C. L f. Vines, H. J West, James Young, Dayton PATMOS 90 40 50 40 75 130 50 325 40 130 25 45 25 55 250 175 225 390 185 95 60 240 25 SUPPLEMENT 3.62 1.75 2.12 l.Vo 3.05 Anderson, Albert L. Anderson, Erwin Asbury, JJora .' Aaron, Fred Aaron, Geo Aaron, Starling Aaron, waiter Barham. A. V. (Mrs.) Bean, James Belts, Irvin ....'. Brint, E. J.< Byron, Hardie Brown, Anna D. (Mrs.) Brown, D. M Bryson, A. V Brunson, James Butler, Jess (Mrs.)... Burns, E Burns, Glen Clark. Arthor Collins, B. I Estes, Wilton E Farmers Gin Co Gray, Will -. GVay. Edgar Golden, G. F Huckabee, Rob Hatfield, Hiram Hallon, Melt Halton, Wm. r ,. Harvel, Phil ;Hi ;Harris, Johnny !Hatfield, Lawrence uckabee, J. C Huckabee, A. L. 5.11 1.18 1.93 1.18 2.31 9.60 6.79 8.06 14.84 7.17 3.80 2.49 9.23 Alexander, Charlie Aubrey, Joe Anderson, Walter .... Anderson, James .... Barton, A. A Bearden, Louis Blankenship, Louie Hatton, G. H Bowden, J. C 'Brantley, Tom Byrd, .L. H Jester, C; R .'... Brown, Jesse Brown, Edgar Cagle, Velma Carter, Frank Carter, Anderson Seweil. S. A. Sewdl, Bolcne. (Mrs.) Short, T. S .'Stewart, Edward j Taylor. Cledilh l.Hi i Thomas; Floyd 11.'IV I'lhomas, I. N 7*73 j Tirobcrlake, 1 in! H. W. (Mrs.) jou ft.G7|Tribble, S. E 125 18.95'-Ward and 1 D«l Well's Gin 1500 097 Walters, J. R 225 s'24 Webb, G. W 90 ] 00 White, Melton 50 l.lll :\Villard, Leo 115 (i S)-j i Whitlen, J. A 00 3.'u.i ! Wili-.oi), Joe 40 4 3<j! Williams, Isom 65 1 7-ii Vaibfrry. Chester ....120 9 - 41 I Yokeivi,' J. D 9:5 lljj! SUPPLEMENTAL BLEVINS ill!', I SPECIAL a.C'j iCromti-, Jack 180 11.47 .Hyarduii. l.igc 100 1! HI'Wibb. KrLsry L 63 10.1ti : COLUMBUS SPECIAL r>.!il>; c . h '-alha;n. L 4U y..\y. 'Chi-ulham, A 25 2.12 iJyt-r. Mc.Tao 40 2.12 ; l''iu:cott. iU'iirv 75 12.2'.;: Ci:cfn, Sieve" '25 '"H-KS, Ura-kert BO '•.•iKl'.in, Waiter 140 ; iier.son, Pe-.-jiiy ... .... 25 ! .;unin, K. i> 245 •v:i:l;:h-oy, K. J 135 j.V,-i-rison, Bertha 25 '"Viulclrpw. Hurdie 55 ]N:i.:!i. Oliver 190 ! iVn-y. p.. l ... 25 'Roj'L-i-s. I'arke.- ".... 150 |^|)i..i^., VVil, 0! i 175 150 Lafferty, O. J. Carpenter, Adrec . Ccx, Charlie M Cox, Auston Cox, Olin Easter, Author Easter, Sylvester . Davis, W. A Palmore, Henry . Frierson, Jack Formby, Clift •, .,4 i Forbes, Ticie ,'7= Rogers, Therman 2.U8 2.31 13.71 4.U2 56.35 8.66 3.62 2.12 4.55 2.49 1.75 2.68 4.7-1 3.80 Gridcr, William Glasgow, G. G Gray, Geo Hampton, Panic ... Hall, James Hollis, Alford . ^ j Hollis, Burgis Hunter, Jerry Joiinson, King Jones, Semo Kendrick, Johnie ... Martin, W. T. Martin, Lee Mai-tin, Johnnie ... Ward, Roy Miller, Wylie Mills, Jessie Moman, Oliver Morrow, Will Murphy, Ambrose McClure, Carman ... McClure, Dave Percell, J. R Prather, Frank Prather, L. A Powell, Lewis Powell, A. P. 1.75 6.-K! 3.0") 3.2-1 8.H) 3. IK 2.12 3.02 18.39 2 CD 6.05 8.29 3. Of) 4.55 6.79 4.55 2.31 37.65 2.31 3.18 3.99 1.18 12.22 1.18 1.75 Reed, 'Dave 2 12 Sampsoi), 6.98 3.99 2.68 1.75 1.18 1.75 3.05 1.18 3.24 -5.49 1.18 9.41 5.30 1.18 2.31 7.36 1.18 Phillips, Lillon Scot't, Nobie Scott, Sam ....... • Scoggins, Bruce Smith, Carrol Speck, Paul Tatum, Eff-ie Wafer, Bill Waison. N. W West. Barton .. 5-88 I Williams, Susie """' 6.79 5.8U FULTON CORPORATION 55 -50 25 30 40 25 25 205 25 25 40 50 . 35 . 25 lgadie . I. W. Molts. Major Brown, H. B Brown. Ed Cheat I) am. J. W. r "lieatlii"n, Evio Crawford. W. R. lOUiott, Mary E. l''t!g ijoii Bob .... Hopson, Caldonin Nelson, Rebecca Wilson, Smith .... Wiueberry. Bruce Wright, Harvey Yoang. Elbert Claude 2.6'.) 1.971 """' 1-32 I Adams. 1-14 lA.lams, Leo 3 -97 j Arnold, Emma .. 1-32 l Austin, Will C. .. 1-32 s Bland. Luberta .. 9.04 , Bradley, Affrey .. !.:«'Bradley, Mary • 1.S2; Bradley, R. T. 1.B7 i Bradley, Abe 2.39 Bradley, Eavl • 1.75 Bradley, J. .C. ' 1.32 Bgweles, Charley 155 140 65 100 170 65 25 40 215 25 140 140 25 30 40 25 25 50 185 . 215 25 , 25 , 25 . 110 . 25 . 90 . 25 . 75 . 130 . 125 . 135 . 25 . 25' . 85 . 40 . 230 . 35 . 25 25 '. 225 . 40 . 50 . 50 ,. 55 . 50 . 65 ,. 75 .. 240 .. 25 .. 25 .. 50 .. 85 .. 150 .. 70 .. 25 .. 25 .. 200 .. 130 .. 85 .. 75 .. 110 .. 40 .. 50 .. 115 .. 25 .. ISO .. 25 .. 25 ... 210 .. 110 ... 25 30 SARATOGA 170 105 50 75 20 295 25 45 135 210 ,260 25 6.05 5.49 2.68 3.93 G.31 2.68 1.18 1.75 8.29 1.18 5.49 5.49 1.'18 1.37 1.75 1.18 1.18 2.12 7.17 8.29 1.10 1.18 1.18 4.3C 1.18 3.62 US 3.05 5.11 4.92 5.30 US US 3.43 1.75 8.85 1.56 1.18 8.CG 1.75 2.12 2.12 2.31 2.12 3.05 U.23 1.18 1.18 2.12 3.4S 2'87 1.18 US 7.73 5.11 3.43 3.05 4.36 1.75 112 -1.55 1.18 6.98 1.18 1.18 8.10 4.36 1.18 1.37 6.61 4.18 :U2 3,05 1.00 11.28 1.18 3.9S 5.30 8.10 9.97 1.18 Hatfield, Fred Howard, Chas , Howard, John Johnston, W. H. Kinsey, Joel iLafterty, E. 0 'Lafferty, A. J Miller, T. J Martin, J. H Moses, Alvin E McBay, W. J McDaniel, Henry iNeal, Owen Nichols, Alice ... •Norwood, Carl ... Odom, Hc.mer ... Odom, C. E Plumley, C. B. ... Powell, Gene Powell, Elvin ... Powell, W. M. ... Powell, Maurice Powell, Melvin ... Rateliff, Lorn Rice, Enos Rice, Ed Robinson, Ambrose Roberls, N. C. (Mrs.) Rudisaile, C. E Shaw, Eugene Simpson, Dellon Simmons, Fred Sanders, Cecil milh, Bobbie Spencer, Mack Stark, R. C Trotter, Josh Trotter, Rose Lee Taylor, Ike Taylor, Sam Thomas, Turnage, Nath ... Lester Townsend, Monroe Townsend, Sam Washington, Clodie While, Osborne Wright, Barman B. Wright, John Yocom, Perry 4ti 25 40 25 25 • 25 4090 100 555 40 80 105 40 25 25 100 175 25 250 130 250 '. 25 . 95 . 90 . 50 . 25 . 25 . 140 . 25 . 25 . 180 ,. 125 ,. 25 .. 125 .. 25 .. 25 .. 25 .. 165 .. 130 .. 25 .. -90 .. 60 .. 25 25 ... 150 ... 25 ' ... 95 ... 195 ... 195 ... 40 ... 25 ... 25 ... 25 ... 25 ... 25 ... 25 ... 25 ....' 25 105 75 35 30 25 25 55 40 25 25 105 90 135 25 55 75 185 25 25 150 90 90 50 2.31 1.7£ 1.18 1.75 l.li l.U 1.1; 1.7, 3 d 3.9 20.b 1.7 3.2 4.1 1.7 1.1 1.1 3.9 6. 1.1 9.6 5.1 9.6 1.1 1.1 3.8 3.6 2.12 1.18 1.18 5.49 1.18 1.18 6.98 4.92 1.18 4.92 1.18 1.18 1.18 6.42 5.11 1.18 3.62 2.49 1.18 1.18 5.86 1.18 3.80 7.54 7.54 1.75 1.18 1.18 1.18 1.18 1.18 1.18 1.18 1.18 4.18 3.05 1.56 1.37 1.18 1.18 2.31 1.75 1.18 1.18 4.18 3.62 5.30 1.18 2.31 3.05. 7.17 1.18 1.18 5.86 3.62 3.62 2.12 'iiiuliias K. U 1^0 luci' suuen, Anaerson 25 Ugaen, wime 26 jfintgui- Vai Jean .... lip omuexter, Oscar .... bb agiand, Jett la eais, iKe 25 tuart, iJora bO iliiamson, Lee 2iU itherspoon, Henry .. 2d VVAJaHiNUrON bHEClAL iooKie, Clodie 20 JJavis, Lee 26 'ellows, Tie 2o 'inley, Ada , 26 rrean, jue uay :... luO iranuy, Oscar ibS ralstou, Joe 26 - iaiston, ueitie 80 onnson, ixoger 23 onnson, Jonn 80 orcien, itowion 2o jangsion, Herman .... DO vicl' aclclin, Alice 40 Neal, J. M 110 itagiana, Eume 26 bcuu, Aiforcl 145 biuart, jonn ^5 rayior, Kalpn 75 1'yus, wilt 'tt Waae Thomas loo Waiiver, Giaays 26 Walker, inzie 7q Wahcer, Floyd 26 Walker, Ben 25 Williamson, Dan 26 ROCKY MOUND R. 4 incher, W. H 30 Laseter, joe L luu May, Minor •. 1UO Moore, I'lorence 25 Vines, Frank- ll!5 ROCKY MOUND bUPP 3.40 6.46 1.18 l.Jta I.'16 l.ia b.'JO 1.18 b.bl V.bU 3.UU 2.61 l!'io I'.ld iaa 2.31 4.00 1.06 .bl 1.1B 2.12 ti.10 1.18 SUI-H. j .ay B Fabb, Ned Gilbert, L. E Hays, Dock ritaid, iuiiene llnl, \-rcil\JlUl j_.amo, i-auon, Jr'UrlOU, i'l'dllli ...... irarton, Liessic ...... i\.owe, nou ...... ._ ...... JrlOWe, 'iOlll ........ .... oeais, live ................. bimui, Vv. B ......... oioy, Herman ........ Atiuy, /\uo ............ Inioiey, Jess ........ -j.noini.on, Hay .... TnurlitOll, A. J ..... ViCKars, Joe S. .. . Waison, Buster Whatiey, C. N ..... Vvnite, Manah .... \Vnson, Sherman Wise, L. C. .......... Wise, U. H .......... ... Wood, Perry .......... Mayo, Joe ........... Pauon, Leonard Patrick, M. E ........ 1.18 parton.'w.'M.'Mrs".' Bennett, James Bennett, W. B. ... .bean, 1-1. C Brunson, jasper Dixon, Kd Lee ... UJuoa.iks, Bryan Henry, O. H Lockard, H. E. ... Montgomery, Ed Poinaextor, M. A. Reyenga, G Wellis, Isiah DE Barber, Orga Burke, C. ivl Conway, Rob Davis, A. P Lloyd, John McFaddin, Webber McFaddin. Joe Pool, W. A Rogers, John E. .. Warren, Maxie Willis, Roy R. 7 Bruce, Joe PINEY Black, Mary 25 Izu ISO 105 75 65 95 100 25 550 335 40 , 7 25 190 185 400 205 100 100 55 150 55 110 SUPP. 60 l.ld l.ltf lad V.ab b.t^ lad b!*i lab 3.24 l.ia 2.12 1.73 4.bO LIB b.bV 1.18 3.uo l.oti 3.99 1.18 3.0b Lib 1.18 1.18 1.37 6.4^ 3.99 1.18 4.03 1.18 55 230 90 4J bb 2lo DO 3/o 130 luO UO 1'iU . ua . 4b . 3U3 . IbO . oO . 140 . 113 . liil) . 135 . 225 . 180 . 25 . 14d . 160 . bO . 110 .. 25 .. 130 .. 245 .. 40 2.31 8.80 3.62 DISTRICT 22 Henagan, James 95 Joiinson, Lula 4b 'iolancl, Fletcher 35 T'oianu, Mary V5 xyree, Joe 25 Warren, Williams 25 Wilson, John 25 DISTRICT 22, SUPP. Arnold, John Arnold, Oliie Arnold, Arnold, Brown, .Brown, Jtmrreli, Uixon, Adaie . Rossie Jim Lewis . Lizzie W. M. ... Dixon, Elias Dixon, Anthony Foulks, E. C Pierce, Ben McMorris, James McGill, Clarence j^ooi, Eulice Willis, Jeff Wingiield, K. C DISTRICT Johnson, Cleve Johnson, Lige Scoll, John H Scott, Alvin Scott, Harvey Willis, John A ANN R 90 25 25 25 25 75 25 130 120 25 25 45 25 115 90 40 75 29 25 245 115 45 50 . 25 GROVE lennyson Jyronj Hudie irov, n, C. C Bryson, P. H Brown, Ualph Brown, J. W Calhoun r H. C Evans, Chas. H Evans, Zella Fagon, Dan Garrett, O. J Glasgow, Anderson Henry, Annie T Harris, Oscar Hester, King Jones. W. B : Johnson, Lige Landers, Coy Mauldin, Theodore . Reagon, Jessie ... Roark, Julia Simms, Odis Simmons, Geo Stewart, E. H Williamson, C. W. R. Whitl, Thos. L CLOW Adams. C. C Baker, Fred Beard, Harvey Brown, Joe B Brown, I. W Calvin, L. C Drapar, T. J Johnson. Sherly Lewis, Elja Marshall, Willie F. .. Wcison, Elwell Nelson, Adam Sampson, C. C Sampson, Ma"yme .... Scog^ins, Eoss Walker, R. L Walker, Faye Walker, J. V. Witherspoon, Ezell Wickers, Edd SPRING HILL SUPPLEMENT Bell, F. W Brown, Joe Powell, Geo. W. .. Stevens, Melvin Stewart, M. J Johnson, Geo Johnson, Jack Johnson,. J. D Jones, Alvin Williams, Glendon Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams, Wright, Yerger, Herschel Ellis J. ... Lon Little F. Milton ... Reafus ... Frank ... J., T Ellen 110 11075 30 170 25 25 25 25 50 40 40 40 40 25 90 100 100 40 40 R. 25 40 45 Vo 180 180 140 45 135 ' 115 745 40 120 80 75 50 115 110 170 50 205 1V5 230 60 40 120 205 '220 90 155 50 140 135 240 100 185 35 65 170 85 105 20 105 90 85 75 80 CLOW 18 SUPP. 17 17 18 <UU 2 - .6S 3.80 3.99 1.18 20.82 12.78 1.75 1.18 7.36 7.17 15.21 7.92 4.74 3.99 2.31 5.86 2.31 4.36 2.49 1.18 1.76 1.93 3.0b 6.98 6.98 5.49 1.93 5.05 4.55 28.11 1.75 4.74 3.24 3.05 2.12 4.55 4.30 6.61 2.12 7.92 6.7: 8.35 2.49 1.75 4.74 7.92 8.48 3.6: 6.05 2.12 5.49 5.3C 9.23 3.9£ 7.1 1.5C 2.6: 6.6 3.4: 4.1, 1.0' 4.1: 3.6 3.4 3.0 3.2 DISTRICT 29 SUPP. Dixon, Carl .'... 95 DISTRICT 33 '1.26 1.70 2.U» b.2U 3.ou 14. 21 a.ll 3.99 2.49 5.4U 4.V4 1.93 ll.Ub O.S6 2.12 5.49 4.55 5.11 5.30 8.66 6.U8 1.18 5.67 6.22 4i3C 1.18 5.11 9.41 1.75 3.80 1.93 1.56 3.05 •1.18 1.18 l.lf 3.6! l.li l.li 1.1 1.1 3.0 1.1 5.1 4.7 1.1 1.18 1.93 1.18 4.5a 3.62 1.75 3.05 1.18 9.41 4.55 1.93 2.12 1.18 3.80 Tuctdoy, November 25, 1947^ Court Upholds Manslaughter Conviction Little Rock, Nov. 24 — (fi>) —The nvolumary manslaughter convic- lon 01 11*. *'. '-l j op ' .^arsons in rarland i^ircuit couu for me uealh f iv-year-old Jewell Jewell last viarcn 2d was anirmed by tne Ancansas Supreme t-uart today. arsons rbcuiveu a one year sen- ence. Ine court declared "although circumstantial, the evidence was sunicient to convict." Trie defense cited seven alleged errors in its nea lor a reveisal to whicn the :ourt responded "exhaustive examination of tne record and lull consideration of all mailers x x x do not overcome Ihe siale's con- ;enlioh lhat appellant received a lair trial." A motorist saw the girl thrown, or jump, irorn a moving automo- aile near Hot Springs, 'me car did not stop and tne girl died without regaining consciosness. The stale charged lhat Parsons had picked her up al a Hot Springs tavern. Commented Ihe supieme court: "Tnere was evidence at tne trial from wnich the 3ury could have found that Jewerl, in a desperate eitort to escape further puysical sacrilege, leaped from the moving car alter her virginity had been violated." The court affirmed an Izard Circuit judgment ol $3,01)9 against Calico HOCK Ice and Electric Co., lor the lamily ol bam Snipman who was electrocuted Aug. 5, 1945 when he came into contact wilh a company Iransformer while building his own home. 4.36 4.36 3.05 1.37 6.61 1.18 1.18 1.18 1.18 2.12 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.18 3.62 3.99 3.99 1.75 1.75 Yerger, Nelson WASHINGTON CORPORATION Bennett, A. R. ... Baber, Walter ... Atkins, Sheely ... Dixon. C. V Ellis, Ed Ellis, Cora Lee ... Galston, Ray Keel, R. L Jackson, Joe Jeanes, Dcwey ... Jefferson, Mabel Johnscn, Nobic ... Johnson, Tommie Langston. Lara Lard, John Lee, Waller Lively, Juo Logan, Garner Mitchell, Johnnie Morrison, Frank Muidrow. Jackson .. Roberts. C. D. Shoemaker. G. M. .: Velvin, Gladys Wilson. Rjih (Mrs.) 20 50 25 50 70 25 25 25 50 25 25 50 50 25 25 40 25 115 25 25 25 25 250 25 50 1 11 2.39 1.32 2.39. 3.25 1.32 1.32 1.32 2.39 1.32 1.32 2.39 2.39 1.32 1.32 1.97 1.32 5.18 1.32 1.32 1.32 1.32 10.97 1.32 2.39 Harris, Ira W. Thomas, E. D Draper, Halph Dixjn, Owen Gamble, Henry Gamble, Henry Jr. ... Goodwin, J. S Holt, M. C Johnson, Judge Kelley, Waller Marshall, W. M Marshall, Charlie Marshall, Jack May, Nancy McFaddin, Jessie McLendon, O. B Nelson, W. R Nelson, Richmond Piggee, John Preston, M. M Starr, Y. C Starr, W. P Stuart, Olin ' Stuart, Tom » Stuart, Oza Starr. James Whitmore, Andrew .. Whilmoie, James .. Wesson, P. N Walker, Floyd Walker, James Walker, Sam Wylie, Ellis GUERNSEY Bickerstafi Brisks, Worthy Bristov/, W. M Brig2s, Cordie Corneiious. J. R Davis, Lnla Downs, Truman Flenoy. Ben Gleghorn, -H. R Hampton. L. J Hopson, Giles Jr. ... Hopson, Earl Holt. Jeff Hoover, J. S Jackson, Phillins .... •Johnson. Columbus . Jones, Ceo. W McFaddin. Clem Mitchell. Ernest Soils, Willie Toner, Edward WASHINGTON CORPORATION SUPPLEMENT 220 155 40 90 40 25 110 40 25 25 40 40 115 25 125 105 50 150 25 25 40 40 40 125 190 40 40 40 40 BO 160 40 135 R. £0 . 65 . 11!) . -50 . 115 . 25 . G r > . 475 . as . 220 . 470 . 6f> . 150 . 25 180 .. 35 . 40 ,. 155 .. 185 f'O 30 135 8.4 6.0 1.7 3.0 1.7 1.1 4.3 1.7 1.1 1.18 1.75 1.75 4.55 1.18 4.92 4.18 2.12 5.86 1.18 1.18 1.75 1.75 Dixon, Floyd, 175- Avlett, J. C. Black. J. W Burton. Ezell Chcaihnm. John °ohv. J. ?f Eubanks. J. M. R. 20 SUPP. 7.75 Frontz, L. V. 115 120 inn 12ii 71 90 155 4.92 7.36 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.75 3.24 6.23 1.75 5.30 2.68 4.55 2.12 4.53 1.18 2.68 18.01 3.43 8.48 17.83 2.68 5.!«) 1.1 8 6.!)f 1.56 1.75 6.05 7.1V 2.1?. 1.37 5.30 4.55 4.74 3.9« 4. 9' 9 f 7 3.62 6.05 Ages, Erwin 65 Benson, Sloan 150 .bcnson, Hoyai 55 Boiden, Ben 45 Bailey, King 25 Beard, Elmo 25 Uurreil, C. C 50 Boles, BUI 25 Brunson, Ned 25 Cheatham, .Willis 25 Cooper, bam ..'. 55 Cooper, Joe 40 Cannon, Ed 25 Carbo, Veton 25 Jiiiliott, Will 125 Henry, Joe 145 Hill, Cornelious 25 Hill, S 25 elierson, Curlis 50 bhnson, Hercules 60 ones, Sam 25 Martin, Percy 25 Dakes, Luther .'... 25 Rivin, Floyd 70 jurnmers, Robert 35 DISTRICT 33 SUPP. Wuldrow, Clayton 25 VlcCoy, Pete 25 Fennmgton, F.ord 25 ennington, John 25 orter, Jesse : . 25 logers, Jack 25 Russell, Dan 25 lalkins, Tobe 25 Wnile, Vinlel 25 While, John 25 Wilson, Henry 25 Williams, John 25 Williams, Sam 25 Williams, Ed 25 Williams, Elee 25 Williams, Ezell 25 Wyatt, Fox 25 Sampson, Eli 280 Shaw, McKinley 25 Simms, Tom 25 Smilh, Joe 25 Taylor, Lewis 25 Trotter, Dave 25 DISTRICT 55 Brown, Samp 25 Carnes, Carl 25 Davis, James 25 Glenn, Lee 40 Hanegan, Leo 25 Hanegan, Adam 25 Johnson, Leo 25 Millar, Amos 25 McGill, Frank 25 Phillips Erwin 25 Shaw, Sampson 25 Shaw, J. R 25 Shaw, Homer 25 Toland, Mary 90 Toland, Fletcher 100 Tollison, Sid 25 Tollison, Adam 25 Tollison, Lewis 25 DISTRICT 62 Brown, Cornelious .... 60 Hunter, Geo 55 Keels, Loyal ..: 120 Keels, Willie 40 Moore, Luckey 130 Moov-e, Jeff 40 Porter, Jessie 120 Porter, Carl 25 Porter, J. B 25 Stuart, Worthy 185 Stuart. Martha 25 Rob RO Williamson, John 165 DISTRICT 62 SUPP. Taylor, Elmore 140 White, James 125 Bradlsy, Elder 25 Bradley, Vernis 25 •Rr;idi°v. Wi" !e W. . 40 Cheatham, Roosevelt 25 Cheatham. D. D 100 Deloney. C. H 40 Gamble, Wade 265 Gamble, J. C 90 Johnson. W. C 25 Marshall, William .... 25 McFadriin, Jfsse 25 McFaddin, Clemmon 160 McFaddin, Willie 25 Smith, Joe 25 Smith, Annie 25 Staggers, Amanda .... 40 Mettle Staggers, Quincy 155 65 25 Allen. Jim Aust'n, D Oho>3*'-iarn, Ford rheatha'n. Loe Hond. Manuel ... r ones, Henrv T.II-..-^. par'-T Muldrow, Monroe 140 70 40 185 60 55 R'l 240 Mi'ldrow. Thomas Jr. 45 Tollett. Wallas . 40 DISTRICT 78 Di-appr. Frank 25 Marshall, Will F 25 Smith. Lo"fin !i5 Smith, L. E 1)5 T;ivlo,-. F. C 40 Whitmore, UM1 105 DISTRICT 81 Calvin. Lee Ella 45 Cheatham. Sarah 60 Hopkins, Cleve 25 2.68 5.8ti 2.31 1.93 1.18 1.18 2.12 1.18 1.18 1.18 2.31 1.75 1.18 1.18 4.92 5.67 1.18 1.18 2.12 2.49 1.18 1.18 1.18 2.87 1.56 1.18 1.18 1.18 1.18 1.18 1.18 1.18 1.18 1.18 1.18 1.18 1.18 1.18 1.18 1.18 1.18 1.18 10.72 LIE 1-.1E LIE 1.1 1.1 A suit involving authority of the 1947 legislature to limit the duty hours of firemen as advanced by the Arkansas Supreme Court 'today for possible decision Dec. 15. It will be taken under submission Dec. 8. The appeal was made by Litlle Rock Fire Chief G. L. Nallcy i'rom a Pulaski chancery court injunction prohibiting him from keeping municipal firemen on duty more than 72 hours a week. The decision will affecl all municipalities with full-time fire departments. The suit was brought by V. C. Throckmor- lon of Ihe Litlle Rock fire deparl- menl. The 1947 legislalure -limited Iho duly hours of all municipal :"i'~e- men lo 72 hours per week. The ilv of Little Rock challenged :>ls ulhorily lo lake such action and Iso argued lhal "sleeping lime"— lal time which firemen slept while I the fire stations — should nol be icluded in the "duty hours" pre- cribed. l.i: 1.1 l.l: 1.7 1.1 1.1 1.1 1.1 1.1 1.1 1.1 1.1 1.1 3.62 3.99 1.18 1.18 1.18 'he Arkansas Supreme Court today advanced for submission Dec. and possible decision Doc. 15 a est suit involving authority of the "lale Hospilal Board and Ihe Uni- 'ersily of Arkansas trustees lo eslablish a medical cenler on hos- pilal grounds .on Wesl Markham streel here. The case was advanced al Ihe -equesl of Ihe Iwo slate agencies which popose early establishment of the center embracing the university medical school, a $1,600,)00 war memorial hospital, a psychiatric clinic for Ihe acute mental- .y ill and other institutions. The suit was brought by Taxpayer Edward H. Lindsey of Litlle Rock who charged lhal the hos- pilal board did nol have authority to make the land available for the center and lhat Ihe university board was withoul authority lo move the medical school from ils present site opposite MacArthur Park here. Pulaski chancery court dismissed his complaint and he appealed to the high court. Trottsr, Elijah Roberts. DISTRICT 67 SUPP Camubell, P. F mo Clavk. Herbert 155 McEl'-oy, Wade 100 McEl'-oy, Andv 100 Saunters C. E 80 Well, R. E* 300 •DISTRICT 77 2.49 2.31 4.74 1.75 5.11 1.75 4.74 1.18 1.18 7.17 1.18 3.34 6.42 5.49 4.92 1.13 1.18 1.75 1.18 3.99 1.75 10.16 3.62 1.18 1.18 1.18 6.23 1.18 1.18 1.18 1.75 l.'R 6.05 2.68 1.18 3.90 6.05 3.91 3.99 3.24 11.47 5.49 2.8'' 1.7" 7.17 2.49 2.31 S "M 9.23 1.93 1.75 1.1R 1.18 ?.31 4.55 1.7" 4.18 1.9R 2.49 World's Largest Land Plane Passes First Air Test San Diego, Calif., Nov. 24 — (/Pi — the XC-99, world's largest land plane, has passed its first aerial test. The six-engine, double-decker gianl, designed lo carry 400 troops, rose gracefully afler a 4,000-foot takeoff run al Lindbergh field here yeslerday and cruised for an hour over San Diego wilh a nine-man crew. II was Ihe plane's firsl flighl. "The plane handled beautifully," said co-pilol Russell P. Rogers, chief lesl pilol al Ihe Consolidated • Vullee Aircraft plant here, "il al- mosl took to Ihe air itself." Officials of consolidated vultec, which built the XC-99 for the U. S. Army Air Forces, said it .erformcd satisfactorily. «. **' Chinese to Again Vote on Legislature Shanghai, Nov. 24 —-(/P)— Millions of Chinese who were exp^-ed lo voling for Ihe firsl lime : n last weekend's Nalional Assembly election will return to Ihe polls nexl month to elect a legislative Yuan, highest legislative body in the nation. Government sources estimated 20,000,000 Chinese men and women voted. This was one-tenth of those eligible. The tabulation will nol be available for a considerable lime. Voting for 773 members of the for the government has promised lo promulgate China's firsl ^institution, to be molded on Democratic lines. legislative Yuan is scheduled Dec. 21 to 23. Two days later Hopkins, Reader -Johnson, Odell 80 3.24 5.11 1.18 1.18 13.71 1.18 4.18 1.18 1.18 2.49 3.05 Johnson. Dora L 25 Moore, Hilly 25 Stuart, E. W 360 Stuart, Jeffery 25 Stuart, Lee 105 Witherspoon, Clark .... 25 Boyd, Isiah 25 May, Alaska GO Nelson. Jas 75 CERTIFICATE STATE OF ARKANSAS COUNTY OF HEMPSTEAD. ss. I, R. C. Turner, County C!erk and Ex-Officio Clerk of the Probate Division of the Chancery Court within and for the Stale and County aforesaid, do hereby certify thai the above and foregoing lisl of de- linquenl personal taxes for the year of 1946. was filed in my office on the 10th day of November, 1947, within the time prescribed by law. Witnessed mv hand and seal of said Court on this 10th day of November, 1947. R. C. Turner County & Probate Clerk of Hem:ps.t,ead County, Arkansas Our Daily Bread Sliced Thin by The Editor Alex. H. Washburn Thanksgiving Something Special for (-he World Today .. When pur ancestors declared the Thanksgiving holiday they made it a celebration tor Iwo events: ^.1) Their escape from unpleasant y^opie and unhappy evenls in Europe, and (2) their success in carving out a new home against the elements of the wilderness. The people of that original Thanksgiving day lived in stirring and dangerous times, for history is yery much like the surface of the earth, .going along on a smooth and uneventful plain and then wilh- out warning climbing a mountain or plunging into an abyss. Back in those days the continenl of Eu- -.*i)po was dumping unwanted thousands inlo lily New World, and those in the New World had to be a hardy lot to fortify Ihemselves wilh the necessilics of life. • And Thanksgiving 1947 bears a strong resemblance to Ihe original. Now, as then, Ihe uneven line of hislory places some na lions on Ihe mountain lop and others in the abyss; and there is the bitterness of, unwanted peoples being shunted lo and fro across Ihe face of Ihe earth. Lei us hope and pray tnat .toe valiance of men is no less now ,Sian it was in Ihe days of our ancestors. • And let us pray lhat the desire of all men be what it was in- the days of the originators of Thanksgiving—peace and prosperity. •^.And thai we Americans have Ihe 'vTisdom and patience—and cour- .age—to help place the world on -•.ihc right road. - * "• By JAMES THRASHER Horrid Prospect 'ji-We rtolc, more in sorrow than in surprise, that next spring a gadget is going lo be demonstrated which will be able lo tell a radio stalion how many sets within its range are tuned lo any of itu programs al any given time. It's all done by the radar principle, it says here. A signal will be sent out in all directions and, helped by another special gadget on the receiving sets, will be able to distinguish Mary Margaret Mc- .B.ride from Young Dr. Malone. It <^U1 then record its findings instantaneously. This simply continues and intensifies an alarming trend which has disturbed us for some lime. We refer to the silent, secret invasion, not only of the sanclity of the home, but of the privacy of one's own thoughts. already we have the public opinion poll. We have.the tapped and recorded telephone conversation. We have the sidewalk interviewer and his insidious' cousin, the radio iivesdropper who records ' your conversation without your know- ingiit and broadcasts il for all the land lo hear. Our comprehension of electronics is on a par with our knowledge of hieroglyphics. But we suspecl ;.- lhat science has only scratched the surface of its possibilities. If engineers can soon shoot a beam inlo space and discover what a radio •is playing, who can say that other ; details of privale life will nol become public properly? The prob- invisible finger of Ihe survey ay become a constant, unwanted Star WtATHt* Arkansas cool this afternooii.- tonight ^frtdh^ Thursday. > * - '* V^i^ w ^sr% 49TH YEAR: VOL. 49 — NO. 38 , Coniolidatcd January II, 192* HOPE, ARKANSAS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26,1947 (AP)—Means Associated Pr«i» (NEA)—Means Newspaper EnterprlM AM'rt. Aid Bill Goes to Senate; House Expects Battle -By JACK BELL And DOUGLAS B. CORNELL Washington, Nov. 26— (iP)^ The $597,000,000 (millions) European aid bill moved toward expected Senate passage today and a suddenly developing fight in the House. The House Foreign Affairs Committee set the stage for the scrap when it voted late " yesterday to slice $108,000,000 from the "minimum" amount the administration has said France, Italy and Austria need lo survive- through March 31. A commitlee member told a reporter the ballot was 10 to 9. Both Republican and Democratic members said that margin means a hot floor fight, probably next week. The commitlee also, agreed to deal China in on the stop-gap aid orogram. It put her down for $60,000,000 The administration had mentioned that sum lo be spent next spring, but apart from the emergency help for Europe. The two big chances put the total okayed by the house groifp at $549.000.000 and sent stale deparl- menl officials oul of Ihe commiltee room dejectedly shaking their heads. The action is not final until the committee formally approves a bill, but it hopes to do that next Monday. The Senate plugged steadily along meanwhile toward approval of a bill containing nothing for China and authorization for the fall S597.000.000 President Truman recommended for the three European nations. Senator-Taft (R-Ohio), chairman of the Republican Policy committee in Ihe Senale sank the last traces of effective opposilion. He told a reorter he would vole for Ihe aid bill. ''We must do somelhing now to help France, Italy and Austria," he said, "because this is a real emergency." The emergency measure before the Senate merely sets a limit of $597,000,000 on the amount that can be appropriated lo furnish food, fuel and fertilizer for Ihe three European countries. The actual dollar outlay will be determined by Con- Continued on Page Two 'Grain Special' Due to End Journey Today Philadelphia, Nov. 26 — (/P) — The "Grain Special" of the Friendship train — 208 cars in length — s due to end its transcontinental iourney here today. The cars will be unloaded immediately on a ship scheduled to sail Sunday for LeHavre where the. grain will be distributed in France and Italy. The ship, now the U. S. Lines' American leader, will be christened "S. S. Friendship" before weighing anchor. o Writers Cited for Contempt AreSuspended New York, Nov. 26 — (/P)— Film- don's ton executives voted yesterday to purge their payrolls of any known members of subversive groups and simultaneously ordered the suspension of 10 Hollywood figures recently cited for conlempt of Congress for their refusal to stale whether they were Communists'. The action, announced by Eric Johnston, president of the Motion Picture Association of America, brought immediate protests from Ihe 10 under citation who accused the producers of "rushing into this action before the issue . . . has been heard by Ihe courls.' Man of the (Dinner) Hour toe, Tna; guest in every house. One distressing aspect of the present rash of surveys is that it is removing the element of surprise from many individual and national activities. Time was, and ,not so long ago, when Ihe outcome 'cf a president election wasn't known until the voles were counted. Now Ihe re.sull of such a conlesl is aboul as doubtful as whether Assault could outrun .a dray horse. ^.It's still possible lo argue aboul ^ho i. 1 ; the funniest comedian on the radio, but you can't argue iiuuut \vno is tne mosl popular. The polls have already loid you, jusl as they have cataloged so much of our thinking on serious or trivial subjects. It's all very progressive and instructive, but it's making life a series of anticlimaxes. Now there may be added lo this mass-production curiosity an clement of occult science. For if, come the first crocus, broadcasters f -e going lo be able lo tell what •ograms Ihe surrounding territory is listening to, can we rule out Ihe possibility thai, in a few more years, Ihey may be finding out what conversations are kffing lis- | tened lo by several thousand negh- | bors? The electronics sorcerers mighl even eventually devise an instrument for translating brain waves. The old invitation, "A penny for your thought," wculd disappeas from tne language. For sointoody i^puld surely come out with a Wpel-mpdel mind prober and. once : the initial cost was amortized, \ve ', should all be scanning car:n other's ': Inoughls for free. : The picture of a shaken, demoralized, mentally naked peoplo, thai Ihis possibility calls up, is loo ' frightening to contemplate ai;y longer. We ju::t hope the eluitroniis boys will think twice before they : start something thai they can'; fin.': ish. ! 20 Years Ago Today j Nov. 26, 1947 .;: Announcement was made of pur- '';. chase of Louisiana and Arkan- r; sas railway by Harvey Couch. The •h line extends from Hope to 'points ' ; ', in Louisiana—Bank of Bearden 5 was robbed by five men yester- !.{ da>\ who escaped wilh $30.000 in ..leash and bonds—Arkansas Travellers group are culling big- path in r-Jtour of East—Top western stars jjfijlaying at the local theater were '^Al Hoxie. Yakima Canutt. Monte HBluc, Tom Tyler, Tom Mix, Jack rPerrin, Ken Maynard and Art ; 'Acord. DECAPITATION FIRST vThe termite soldier prelects the ijtciTiiitc nest from invasion. It will |suffer ils head to be pulled off {before it will release its hold on |an enemy. ^ Chance Given Robber Who Went Straight Montgomery, Ala., Nov. 26 — (UP)— Ten years of reform and model living paid off today for James R. Collins, 36, who became a respected citizen of Doylestown, Pa., after escaping from the Alabama prison where he was serving a life 'sentence. Gov. James E. Folsom yesterday withdrew a fugilive warrant againsl Collins and left the reformed man free lo come lo Alabama lo seek a full pardon from the state pardon and parole board. Slale Prison Direclor Frank Boswell, recommending withdrawal of the warrant, said "the environment of a prison is no place for a man UKC that." "The boy has undoubtedly made good," Boswcll said. "He has made good friends, eslablished a business 'and behaved like a good cili- zen." In 1928, when Collins was only 17. he was given a life lerm for acling as "lookqul" for a gang that robbed a bank"'in Cftronelle, Ala. The leader of Ihe gang, who shol the bank president to death during the holdup, was clectroculed soon after Ihe robbery and slaying. In 193o Collins fled the prison and disappeared. Several weeks ago he was rearresled in Doylestown, Iraced through correspondence with his aging parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Collins of Mobile, Ala. In the meantime Collins had sel- tled down in Doylestown, developed a contraclins business, married, became the father of Iwo children and eslablished himself as a sub- slanlial citizen. When Collins' neighbors in Doylestown first heard of his re- arresl, they firsl thought it must be a mistake, then came to his aid. In withdrawing the fugitive war- rani, Folsom said he was following Ihe wishes of parlies concerned with Ihe bank robbery, including several members of Ihe jury which convicted Collins and relatives of the dead bank president. The governor said he had received numerous letters in Collins' behalf from "some of the besl cili- zens" of Pennsylvania. Folsom wired aulhorilies in Bucks county, Pa., that the warrant had been withdrawn by order of the chief executive of Ihe state of Alabama. Cub Fliers Enter Last Lap of World Flight Lethbridge. Alia., Nov. 26.—(UPl —Globe-circling Cub fliers George Truman and Clifford Evans look off from Kanyon Air field al 7:53 a. m .(P3T) loday on Ihe 1,700- .mile lap of Iheir flighl which will bring them back lo the Uniled Slales. The Iwo Piper cub pilols, their olanes heavy with gasoline, hoped to make a non-slop flight to Los Angeles despile bad weather and low clouds which Ihcy face for the first six hours. They headed south toward Salt Lake City on what they hoped would be Ihe longest leg of their lound-lhe-world flight which started at Tcterboro, N. J., Jast Aug. a. ,.,,.. : . . , ... ... . The producers' action, decided by xinanimous vote, was announced at the close of a two-day session attended by 50 representatives of major and independent studios. They also called on Congress to enact legislalion lo help all Amer- ican'industry "rid itself of subversive, disloyal elemenls." The suspension without compensation of each of Ihe 10 men. including writers, producers and directors, will remain in effecl, John- slon's statement said, until "he is acquitled or has purged 'himself of conlempl and declared under oath that he is not a Communist." In a joint slalemenl issued from Hollywood, the cited employes charged lhal the executives, in taking such action, were heeding the "big lie" of the'Thomas Un-American Activities Commillee. "Already it (the committee) has succeeded in forcing the corpora- lions of a greal industry to blacklist their own creative workers, demanding ss a condilion of employ- 1 menl, submission lo the Thomas- Rankin committee's concept of Americanism. "The producers," the statement continued, ".not only- accept -the committee's big lie, but endorse it." The committee, Ihe cited group contended, undertook its investigation of alleged Communist activities in the movie capital in an attempt to censor the film output "in order to facilitale he dissemiha- ion of anli-clemocratio. anti-Sernil- c, anti-Negro and war inactnig doctrines x x x.' Meanwhile, the producers' an- Thomas Turkey seems to realize that he Is a man of distinction on Thanksgiving Day as he poses for this unusual portrait by photographer T. A. Evanson at a farm near Grand Forks, N. D. But this regal bird will grace nobody's Thanksgiving table. He's a prize breeding Tom. nouncement was lauded in Wash- nt;toti by Rep. J. Parnell Thomas (R-NJ), chairman of the House commiltee. as a "constructive step and a body blow to Ihe Communists." Bui Robert W. Kenny, chief counsel for the 10 men, said in another statemenl from Ihe capital thai the aclion "means that the real objec- ve of the commitee-ccnsorshiD— ias been alalned." He added lhat ie was con'fidenl Ihe courts would rule for 'his clienls. The .cbntempl citations were approved overwhelmingly by Con- ress Monday. They were recommended by Ihe Un-American Ac- tivites Commiltee afler recent searings during which the 10 Hollywood figures declined lo say whether they wore Communists. Johnston, in announcing the suspensions, said members of his association "deplore" the actions of the 10 which he said "have been a disservice'lo Iheir employers and have impaired Iheir usefulness fo Ihe industry." Johnston added that Ihe indus- Irv henceforth will refuse to hire known Communists and will invite Hollywood talenl guilds to "work with us to eliminate any subversives x x x." The cited employes are: Albert Maltz, Daiton Trumbo, Samuel Or- nilz, John Hoard Lawson, Rin™ Lardner Jr., Lester Cole and AlvaTi Bessie, writers; Herbert Biberman, direclor-producer; Edward Dmytryk, director, and Robert Adrian Scott, writer and poducer. ———^^— Q \ —_ 4 Passengers Injured in Bus Accident Featuring Thanksgiving Day observances here will be a union service tomorrow at the First Christian Church at 10 a.m. The sermon will be delivered by the Rev. H. Paul Holdridge. Taking part in the services will be the Hev. J. E. Cooper, Rev. S. A. Whitlow, Rev. Northey Jones, Rev. Stephen Cook and Ted Jones. Everyone, is,..-invited...., ...,..,.,..,.„, . „,, All business houses with the exception of possibly one drug store will close tomorrow as will the banks and posloffice. There will be no posloffice delivery. Mail will be dispatched and placed in posloffice boxes as usual and special delivery service will be mainlained. Entertainment feature of the day will be a football game at 2:30 p.m. between the Yerger Tigers and Arkadelohia. As usual the. Star will -not publish Thursday, Tnanksgivihg being one of the three newspaper holidays of the year. The other two are July 4, and Christina's. , r Negro Automobile Thieves Return for Prosecution Three negroes apprehended in Indiana for stealing an aulomobile from C. E. Winemiller of Hope have been returned here for prosecution. Officers Happy Dunn and Allen Shipp escorted the negroes back lo Hope from Terre Haule, arriving here lasl night. Catholic Food Drive Ends on Sunday The U. S. Bishops' food drive for the starving children in Europe will end next Sunday. Members and friends of the Catholic Church of Hope are-asked to bring their donations to the rectory Friday ailernoon. Rev. R. F. Boyle, ass't. paslor, will, be at the rectory lo help receive and pack the food. No dp n^ion,.willbe.-lQO small or.t.oo. tt bii, to-'consider; Each family of the parish is asked to donate at leas one case or more of substantial food such as, canned milk, beef, bean, pea soups, canned beans, corn, pea,.etc. No glass containers. The food will be sent to Litlle Rock where it will be concentrated with the -supplies received from the state and elsewhere. PRICE 5c< French Expel 19 Russians for Part in Strikes Paris, Nov. 26 — (fP) —The min- stry of the Interior announced today the expulsion from France of 9 Russians for "interference in Drench affairs" during the current abor crisis, which erupted in new violence as police and strikers bat- led in the streets of Lyon. The announcement identified the Russians as'members of the "So- 'iet Patriotic Union" and said they ncluded the president, the treas- irer and two secretaries-general of he organization. The 19 were taken by bus to an unstated frontier and put across he border, the ministry said. In Lyon police used tear gas to break'up a strikers' march on the prefecture after a mass labor ral- y called by the Communist-dom- natcd General Confederation. of abor (CGT). National Security Police in^pec- ors swooped down on the homes of the Russians Tuesday morning md a few hours later drove them >y bus to an unannounced destina- ion, believed to be the Soviet Zone of Germany. The action came as the new gov- ;mment strove to end the spread^ ng strikes in-France. Eugene Thomas, secretary of State for communications, said the Communists have "launched a vio- to force paris pos- ;ent offensive" tal employes to strike. He said "Communist elements are using intimidation and menace and trying lo create an atmosphere of terror." The Interior Ministry said the four expelled officers of the Soviet Patriotic^ Union were President ,'' Treasurer Krivochine and Secretaries General Dmitri Kobal- ev- and Alexander Palevov. The announcement said most of the group formerly were White Russians who became Soviet citizens after France was liberated. . A Paris newspaper reported that inquiries at offices of the Patriotic: Union eeliciled Ihis reply: "Our presidenl is away on a trip. We know nothing about any arrests." The order came a few days after police raided a Russian 'repatriation camp outside Paris, seized a small quantity of arms and re- Continued on Page Two ; RAIDED GOLD STORES Pizaaro, Spanish conqueror Peru, found gold and silver greal -abundance treasure rooms. In ol' Warns Hunters About Game Seasons Local hunters were warned to be careful what they html for lo- inorrow by Counly Game Warden Earl Barham. The only Ihing that legally can be killed now is squirrels. The squirrel season closes December 31. Quail season opens on December 1, and closes January 15. Duck season opens at 12 o'clock noon on December on January 6. o- 8, and closes SHALLOW AND SALTY Great Salt Lake was created by in Peruvian i though one raid, he ! square in settling of the earth's crust. Alit covers miles, it Four ized here lowing a passengers were hospital- late bus this afternoon fol- accidcnt about 8 seized $4,5000,000 in pure gold. ' depth of only 15 feet. an area ol 2000 has an average Tomorrow Is Day Everyone Starts Out Trim, Neat and Ends III and Uncomfortable LiquorTcnd Law Error Discovered miles west of Hope on Highway 67. Alene Beutelschies of Gilliam, Arkansas and Evelyn Lumbley of Hooks, Texas were being treated at Julia Chester hospital. Extent of their injuries were not immediately known but they were not believed to be in a critical condition. The Josephine hospital attendants were treating Frank B. Logan of Texarkana for abrasions and a back injury; and W. C. Scarborough of Ida, Louisiana for cuts and bruises. The bus was a Southern Trail- ways (formerly Tri-State) and was delouring through Hope enroute to Texarkana. Police said the bus was trying lo pass a car pulling a trailer which started weaving forcing the bus into a culvert. The bus did not overturn. The trailer was badly damaged and overturned. The ambulance returning with wreck victims sideswiped a car owned by Ted Jones of Hope at Third and Main Streets resulting in minor fender damage to both vehicles. By HAL BOYLE New York —(/P)— Tomorrow is Thanksgiving, and by nightfall people who started the day out as ti'inily neat as this line will be bulging all over the landscape, stuffed like a sofa with turkey, and and everybody will slart talking at once, so loud you can't hear the music. And then somebody will say. •'Gee, remember the time Cousin Joe almost swallowed the wishbone." And they'll laugh and cry a little maybe for Cousin Joe, whose address dressing, and mince pie, and cranberry sauce and • ice cream and cake, and sighing back and forth lo one another: "Now why did you go and lei me make a pig oat of myself like that? I declare, I don'l think I'll ever be able to get myself back into shape again. Much as 1 hate the thought I think have to go on a diet." Some people will go lo church, and others \vlio have been palling Ihemselves on the back all year will get around to giving Ihe Lord some credit, too. now is a Liege. while cross not far from. But a Belgian girl keeps flowers on her picture. We got By JOHN HASLAM Little Rock, Nov. 26—(UP)—The multitudinous drinkers of Arkansas' Ozark distilled "cawn likker" and popular commercial brands of high octane wobble water were faced with a qucslion today,, if not a downright problem. The question: Who owes who for state and federal liquor taxes? The problem: How can the ultimate consumer cut in on a $6.50- pergallon slate "subsidy" allowed retail liquor dealers by leller bul nol by intent of a new Arkansas law? The queslion arose yesterday when a reporter discovered an obvious error in a liquor bill passed by the 1047 General Asembly. The object of the measure was to increase the stale lax to $2.50 a gc-llon on liquor. However, in a revised version of the-bill as finally passed the stale actually agreed to pay the retailers $6.50 for every gallon sold, instead of collecting the $2.50. State Revenue Commisibner Otho A. Cook said the state was not about to pay the "subsidy" until — and if — ordered by the courts to do so. Indstead, said Cook, the state will continue to collect its two bucks fifty. Revenue Department Atlornoy Bruce Bullion expressed Ihe opinion Lhat Ihe courts would uphold the in- lent of the law — namely the collection of the state impost. Simultaneously, a spokesman for Ihe retail liquor dealers said the dealers had no intention of collect ing !he "subsidy" and would not take the matter to court Said he: • "Even though the tax acl is legally quesliQjiable. . . .The retajl section of Ihe legal liquor industry in Arkansas recognizes that Arkansas' government and institutions could not operate on the present high level withoul the liquor taxes. The retailers have taken the atti Hide that they would not raise yqucstion of the legality of the lax. So today, the ultimate consumers wondered if il would be up to them lo take the matter to coun since it is they who pay the tariff Dry, Crisp Weather Promised for Thanksgiving Little Rock, Nov. 26 — (IP)— Arkansas' Thanksgiving football games will be played in clear and moderately cool weather which has prevailed four days — long enough to permit gridirons to dry out from last week's-.rains. The weather bureau predicted cool, clear weather for tonight and tomorrow throughout the state with moderate temperatures. Lows throughout the state last night were above freezing with Gilbert ahd Pine Bluff having the state's lows of 33 degrees. o Ministers May Compromise Split on Austria By'JOHN M. HIGHTOWER London, Nov. 26 — (fP) —Foreign ministers of the Big JFour began the second session of their London conference today amid indications they probably would compromise promptly their current three-to-one split of Austria. The new round of discussions at Lancaster House started at 3:30 p. m. (9:30 a. m. CST). Under an arrangement reached yesterday, .he session was not supposed to .ast more than three hours. The Austrian split arose from the fact that, though the Big Fojr agreed on a six-point program, they could not agree yesterday whether to give priority to Austrian or German problems. Preliminary indications were that the United States, Great Britain and France technically might win their fight to give Austria the first place provided Russian Foreign Minister V. M. Molotov got, assurance that this would not prevent an early start on German discussions. Secretary of State Marshall met for two hours with the U. S. delegation ,in preparation for the second council meeting at 3:30 p. m. (9:30 a. m, CST). Sources .close to the delegation said immediately afterwards it was believed:: that 4he Austrian dispute would be cleared up quickly. V. M. Mololov, Russian foreign •minister, was ,jre;pQ.rted by v western p'SWe?' diplomat^ to, tje anxious',to nifike n major speech on Germany at the earliest opportunity. , ' It was expected, though not at all certain, that Molotov would agree to place the Austrian issue first on the six-point agenda agreed vo at the opening session yesterday, but With ! the understanding that it would be dispatched nlmost immediately to the deputy foreign ministers, Marshall, British Foreign Secre ary Ernest Bevin and French For- ign.: Minister Georges J Bidault might have to agree in turn, it as aid, with Molotov's proposal for he order of items on Germany, living/priority to a discussion of >eace :treaty arrangements rather lian to: the economic and political ioreigrtj aid I iWr'aniijthe J *g< . ment should >havef pSwer to v what use, r ife,;inade*or,th£ jia steel output- ahd grain ,cr6ps.' ' man andYSecret&ry^of- 1 Anderson .testified .lieloU-,. legislative committees t in of President '"TruniSiii's '.' v ec program. «. * v — ' t»< Both' backed his request for^u! thority to restore price controls IM^" 1 rationing, if he decides theySK needed. > s > < * " ' AT^ On' allocations, - Harriman -£t the Senate-House- Ec6nomic$ mittee there should,; be •» powers" to-direct''steel- "most essential'' programs,",rJ he added that^' f moreifar re proposals" are being prepa^—,^ ' Broadly, 'allocation would ,per... the government to say'haw much>i any particular commodity? is i f6r a certain purpose, v ,1Jo\^*''' steel, for instance;':'the'"adto industry would be allowed to; field, he told -it: "In order that we jnay-tj! pared for any serious"-erhVrgeti that might arise,< such, d? failure grain crops, i\ would.be n.$"~ Ji ' to have authorjty^not only\_, rolling exports but 'for ; limiting nventories and i directing,aise.t<< grain domestically through '^U most esseritial channels. *' •' f, "Authority for allocating the* \i of storage and transportation" 1 cilities and distribution ,,of. far machinery? and'fertilizer -, 1 wou also be necessary*''»i • v-*,<^> As for exportfcontrols, Andersd said these''are", needed''O) to J*L. 'feet pur domestic.;economy (2 aid in suppfyihg''import 'reguirenr^* 1 of' those''coimtrt«sMn ! '1gr.eatest lt i...,_ (3) fulfill our- ; obligations •undfei ood allocations '"procedures, ;and (4) to secure the {/cooperation <r r pi other nations in meeting America;] import needs, , t %M _^/ s .. ( , \ ,</$,* ' Cabinet officers are now ehgag in giving .Congress detailed ;vii unity of Germany. This would get the his grave. "Yes. here's to be sure to send her a Christinas pack- It takes weeks to get age real soon, there.'' And Grandpa, fresh from a pantry starts talking about c-asy life is compared to when he was a boy, and Ihe young heads and say, "My, years." folks shake their lie's showing his Little children will skip and play, skip and play. and rub their hair in the dirt and oness up each other's angelic features with energetic small fists. The dog will muzzle a bonus bone's, and end up too lazy even to chuse the cat up a tree. Sometime after dark the children slart crying, and everybody says, "My, it's time to go home. How did (it get so late?" when Someone, will turn on the Years and years from now, time of]has ironed out 1947'$ troubles, I someone will look back ><. and say, "il was the last lime 'we were all together. Wasn't that a wonderful Thanksgiving' Re- radio, member ; , . V" Hitler and Eva to Be Tried in Absentia Frankfurt. Germany, Nov. 26— conference quickly into a discussion of Ger many and provide Molotov the opportunity, the Americans and Br. ons believe he wants to deliver a peech: critical of their occupation >olicies., In the western view, the speech v.ould be aimed at the German people. If this develops, informants said Marshall may try so far as ; possible to ignore the address, He has stated he does not intend to engage in recriminations here with' VIolotov. His reported intention is to sit quietly as he did at the Moscow conference last sprng, while 3reviously asserted accusations are Deing made, and then try to get in support- ot«,thC' controls p week. , , ,j Secretary of the Treasury,. . _. yesterday urged controls over cre< Continued on Page!Two <'l^ ' ' , , , T t T. Ifj ' ' Ketchikan, Alaska, Nov. 26 — Beaches and wooded areas Rocky Hippa island were coml by coast' guard searching partii as darkness lilted today, lor ble survivors of 51 crewmen aboar the ill-fated transport, Clarksdale Victory. "** Capt. Niels-Haugen, command!! officer of the coast guard ba here, said a walkie-talkie repo relayed from one party last me saying ;,:seatch ^or, survivors neg live" .remai^d unexplained, ,»] hat darkness had undoubted lalted their efforts, < ,* ' Two coast' guard planes. flown by t,t, Comdr, Oscar the ' .he conferees back to work. If the meeting becomes what Marshall regards as a propaganda battle, however, he may seek to cal the whole thing off early, He definitely does not plan to remain many weeks in London unless there is evidence that real progress may be made on peace for central Europe, Belgrium, Luxembourg, and the Netherlands, neighbors of western Sermany, announced today they nad asked to be heard by the foreign ministers on German problems, particularly Decontrol of the Ruhr. ' , American delegates said Mart shall and his advisers were studying the request. They added that the views or the three countries already had been presented to the deputy foreign ministers, and are well known, but that anpther hearing possibly should be arranged by the. ministers themselves, •o- leared to be three survivors he battered snip early TO " yesterdayr a. ' ahd*-o}her- " section of' ..... . r ship which wen,t aground njght rerna»wed-,on the be'i „ A/radio 1 message from CaptViJ Aspen, master of the " »te*ror DenalJ, first vessel to *eack, „ wreck, said he could, hardly <;l Negro Home Is Damaged by Fire Today A fire shortly before noon today resulted in about $500 damage to a negro residence on East 7th Street. The blaze caught from stove ashes, The fire was confined to one room and an uttic. Earlier the depait- 'ZP, A n,,,-,,-i-.n Hcnayifiniiinn I ment answered an automobile fire c"o'ui-rwHl shonl^u/Adolf H 8 ,^ but the blaze was put out befou and Eva Braun in absentia to determine disnositon oC their own and other nV/.i fortunes and properties, Stars and Stripes reported from Munich today. The U. S. Army newspaper's dispatch, quoting a Bavarian military government official, said Ihe properties of Hermann Goering, Rudolf Hess, Martin Bormann, Heinrich Himmler, Julius Streieher and Baldur Von Schirach would be dealt with in the same trial. Hitler and Eva Bruun. his supposed wife, were said to have only minor holdings in Bavaria, but those of Goering, Von Schirach and Bormann were estimated to be woith. "many millions of trucks arrived. Confirmation of New Postmaster General Sought Washington, Nov. 26 —(/P)—Presi dent Truman sent to the Senate today the nomination of Jesse M. Donaldson of Illinois to be Post master General Donaldson's appointment was ^n-. iwwnced yesteiday. If confitnied, he will sacceed Robert BJ gan. who is resigning to Sead of the St. Loujs ~ b^aft $»k «jT~" ' 'how it . UyM J^w survive, 1 ' DlarKsdale Viptary* .„.„ , Broken in two at the number hatch, and no part pf -the ' amidships or aft end could His'eight-man- ' able to reach „.- .,....^ ^. One party of three coastal men,- led by Cpntdr. F; 'J, a^ landed near the' Island in an phibian plane pear nightfall night and the "cutter Citrus? dropped anchor shortly afterwa The Citrus sent a -party »s|). which later contacted the SeheiJ trio, and still later the cutter Wa usett arrived at the island. • A small fishing boa -was *1, in the Jee of the island o^it of rougjj wea.ther t Captain "—" porte(}. A coast guard PBY- will the search efforts at " " day, flying from the .... ,ap£a«» Haujjeji^ said,; ;" The -seajchjng "planes yeste« jeported they MW tbs u " beiz? the m$di.r and run though jured Due TJ^pjfekr'i holiday. It pbs .atesfo VA...

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