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\ '.-'" .-""' .'• Ai*?: "'- 1 *'' > ' 1rf '''''''* ' ' „.„-_ Steady, $1.25 ales 1,262. Low Aiding 34.20. Good Receipts 3,713. lo \v83.81 *-* ciose off 41 34.09 — low 33.43 — close 3^44 off 40. Hope Star / .A it K A N S A S Out of Organization IfcSirSit uation Dehdrarrtls eh not ft peace<ro two coiihtHes, 'he main* tan's, YaW 'befen'at w'arisihce l§4 t.. .1, - • 1___ " ^- j r *-—j - Y afKSrrwort by STAR PUBtlSHlMO CO. C. I, P4lm«f. Preildont, Al«k. M. Waihbum, Secrfitofy-tfeasufor -;Ot-th«-Star building 212-214 South Walnut Street. . Hope Ark. ; Wa»tiburn,*WI»or «. fubllihef tnrered o* second class ntattef at }h* Pott.Office at Hope, Arkansas, unctof the Act br Morc^i 3," 1897. • . I»)—Means 'A's'socldted Press. EA)—M«ifii Newspaper EnterpHM \Subierlptlw" Rat«! (Alwavi jPavoblc ,ln . r _.,.,. , ,.jt (AlwOV*tPavoblP ,lr Advdndef: 6]} xity cofrier per vy^k 20e, per month * Sic. Mail ratesr-in Hemp iteod, Nevada,u Howard, .,Millor ond LoFayette cpuntiesr4 J *« 50 -?P e ' V 8 *"; elie where $8 50. 'Marnbw of The Aiioclared PreU! The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the US* .for fepublicallon of all news dis- oatches credited to it or not otherwise credited In this paper and also tne loca lews DObllshed herein. A'dvertlilnt Inc.; Re'praswitotlv* — ' Terifl rhwikM . . ,.---^., r , , .,, . Jt«rlck<eulldino: Chlcodo, 400 Nof^h M ch (gdn Av«nu*; N«W YorX City, 294,Mddison Ave.j Detf6lf, Mich., 2842 V\. Granc 1 Blvd.; Oklahoma City. 314 Terminal B Orleans, 722 Union -St On the othe.r hand Dr. Ali ,Kuci .Resistance leader in Albania's war time underground, denies these al legations and says -the Greeks ar "waging a war of netves" in el Hints Scandal in National Spending 'tCe*, 'thlt , Atlg. () -J/P)— Selling In -t6day.s Atoclt .market It .never waS really op- >t*AsiVeufttl«i, as in »the preceding number of-iavorltes-mfth i tru $ a ' Milwaukee, ^AUg 6 >rhj>r N. Bradley, , J,veterans affairs, said ..... 'unless preventive 'acjtlon v ls ,.. . a national scandal mhy be lt\ -the may be In the it t V»K ll & 1 ,V? millions in 'fedeVal funds,." In a speech delivered -before the 48th annual convention! df the Spatl^ sh War Veterans and .b.fondoast over a nationwide (CBS) netwofck, Sen. Bradley declared: has reached 'the point ,whet;e I "The veterans adrnWlstfatlpi must reconsider the' objectives -of its program. "Even without recent -reports on job-placement training, it -*s ap parent that something is -wrong Something is wrong When an on the job traine ecan:-collect- a\400 monthly Wage in addition to sub sistence—while a college 'studen with wife .and child roust.,'forfei his $90 a month to'take ; a fUll-Urnc ,, vtg ^,, r „ „...,_._ ..,.. job for family support. Something hoisted -textile'"ceilings.' Supporte- is iwrong'when it .takes thr.ee i years • _•••>..*-. . . ..*» •to; learn '-to '• become a, slock ' ; clerk> in: one state and three months in another. Something si wrong .when: the beginning..wage of its-trainees; by an amount equal to their sub- ij.-t^SUlS'L'fVESTOCK ^^nl&^angersit^'-disVi -^^w^^iSX^to ^^il^SJ^Mi^'t^: •b^SS jS'SfelS 3 K^^5SMA ®er:,& 2 ;i? n ^a7«^ NEW New - 'car s pfiees unchanged. aged to brenst the current tot- !°Ttmid bidding 6pp"ear.ed in (the final hour nsd extreme jlpsses run* hlng to 2 or more points werd re* dUced In most cases at the close. "Dhihness" ,of the marHet br.6u.ght variations of a pOiht o s"o * on single sales for scattered .Issues Dealings texpahded on forenoon of« ' s and slowed ns pr,lces- stU- Transfers for Jlhe Mil -proceedings were in the vicinity of 750,000 shares. ' , •, <• 'Lower were U. S. Steel. Chrys' ler. Goodrich, Montgomery Wa'-d, Pe'ere, 'Union Pacific, Santa Fe 1 , tflram Walker, Electric Power-fc Light,, -Anaconda, Allied Chemical, J.I.C. Penney and U. S. .Gypsum. ; ' American -Woolen .common .and jp'referred, together with 'Wyandotte Wbrsted.i pushed upward following "hoisted,textile 'ceilings. Supported were Paramount Pictures,' -U. -S.: Lthes, Great''Northern, Texas Co., Woblworth and- Union .Carbide." ' Railway jaotids slipped. -.-,. •o- * Scat tion ahd hedgihB developed a reactionary otrendMn Ihe Cotton fit- .tures maskeA itodny. • Jhe sel ihg was inspired .partly .by, ( the vjtapt that some trade, quarters re ards tb.eli' ,-ldens jpn, ,tl\e cotton. ejiop.. pall ing. ...,-__- .-^ The .Volume ,of tra • ! - '"- was nggov Yfeek .over . ulb.O La cents 34.3 com r of 9, bales pnd 9,768,000 ,wlth O bales.. ernoon p to" 1.00 a bale lower. .Oc .35, Dec. ' 3,4.45, and Mch .34.25 F.iitUl;es closed. ,70 .cents 1 to $2.3 o :bale slower. : ,. ... , '. ...• Oct. 'high 34.70 ^- low -3,4.17 ,-^34;29 'off Ifi.' ' " Dec. thigh 34,81 -^- low- 34.29 — las 34 t 40 .off 19. .'.',.". Mch ,high .-3^,00 — ow 34.0? — las 34.1S-20,of f!5 to 20. : May .liish'34,36 .— .low 3.80 — las %;3i8fiS 'ohf '•.•t3/A» .••'.. ' Jlysihigh.' 34.09 S^V' IpW 33.38 T- las ' 33.3' 80ff' 40. .' , . Oct. high 32.20..— 4o.^ 31.50. — . last . 31.54 off. 40;\';; • Middling, spot 85;07N, off 18 . '•" '" 1 ' ' ' ' " '* ' l **''"''*'> ''•?"'/v*'' ifff'^^^^r^'^^^S; i -' ',," „' . - " . ,:- i! *.\ i r *?<yfi£m&, t fo^"tojget n^the-rn-EpuMs^hich i^^^^of ^olS' &W^^£^^^^^t^ 'A^^ns demandsvbe returned,by ,.A1-. a g ^ nc i es i,, .selling' on-the-job itrftlh^fA^. SPWS mainly 21. 7M 2.00, f^w ^ania.. He asserts -Greece has pro- -,'g. t 0 Business: X^X it ) is-,becaiise ? 'fe^V'es 21.50,:..m stags lG.on.l7.Op, ...\. n J n ..«V. U^H^nn nlnal^ne. or rtn_ .. ° • j . •- .'* • • .»',-•-_'..-.. ^ i i_ • 1 ' "_."_' 'OOarS 1 U. DU-1 AiOU. ' . - r. --. • • -. , vojked such .border clashes ".as ,ocr ciirr,ed. '. ' ••/ This imbroglio between CSreece t and. Alba'riia/'.however, is Of *small ^ these dangrs o ik/vy that have become '-'concerned.'.' • ••£.•'•-• ii Gen. Bradley said .cphgressvihad approved his recommendations; .for 10.50-12.-50. ,800;,.'.calves, '2,500; pp/ _teers 24.00r some '.held hign- :;medium and good -sleer*. 16.'5p- A ! r-t Note These Features: '.gro!*rvu.p' tp.uch sp •''T^iejy ,f it, .wear ond ihold -thei r " n ordjngry s.hpes. Rre- ,by scores of girls. B v uy skillfully fitted at Foster's. ed.theJiery Balkans .as a center of of veterans receiving government pp^rations, are playing a game in subsistence and arranging>for,pay- •Which-thfese twfj small,'states .are ment.of subsistence to all riull-time. chessmerf! In the background are 'students, whatever their extra;,em- two maior world powers — Russia ploymehC provided: monthly ..earn-', and'Britain"—"which are -eyeing ings do not exceed ceiling"';for .on- .ea'ch other closely, for the Soviet the-job'training. . .' r ; regards the Balkans as its zone .of ' ' — influence, and England is b'ent on maintaining its domination ,of Gree.ce as a vital politico-military ,base' —the last rightist beachhead on >the Balkan peninsula. The situation is intricate, as befits the -Balkans Albania is to'all' ^ritents an- appendage of Yugoslavia which is ruled by Marshal Tito. The marshal basks in the favor. Pf Moscow and {he signs are :that upon <his shoulders rests the .task pf Safeguarding Greece. Red interests 'in •Yugoslavia has a large military force along the Gi,eek frontier. So. " ' ' itself a strong ,c' r *^g ct;ops of Greek ^Communists ; 'has • v "" c been established. ' ' ! : <The other side of the picture js this: 'The Greeks, I am told by T a -You'll find'Shoes fpr ,all >the'Family-at HOSIER'S qood Shoes are Fitted Correctly STER'S famous ,to «lleve -pa(n, jiervous distress" and teak, cranky, 'dragged out' f eel- )ngs, pf such days— when due to female functional monthly dlstur- banpeB. A\so fine stomachic tonic 1 SHOE STOW • CorbinFojter Phone 1100 B GUN . .- ... fxpansiion Little Rock, Aug. 6 — (IP)'- The Arkansas Power and. Light ;C,om- : pany plans a "dollar five;, to six? ,milfipn- , choice h.eifers 24:60;- _._. on -.this .class; .good .to choice heifers an'd mixed yedrlirigs .l7.'5Q- 23»pO;' common -and medium''.beef cpivs'9.5'0-13. : 00; odd head "arbuiSd 14jOO; icanners .and .cutters'''8.00- 9,50; :bee.,fbulls 14.00-25; '.sausage .bulls 12.00 ; J3.,75; v.ealers 1.00 high- ,e'fV nhoice'J9.7t' medium and .good. 1'4;00-18.50; nominal range'.'.sl.nu.ght-! 'e;iV steers 11.50-27.00;': .slaughter heife.rs-•/ 9.50-25.0; stocker and feeder steers 10.00-16.50. . '.Sheep, ..2,500; steady .on all classesii'.cHoiee spring lambs uD4o 22;00 freely,%-good and choice 20.50-' 22iOO. ;medium to good 16.50-20.00; cull to; common 12.00-13.00; some to .feeder .interests 13.50; best slaughter ewes 6.50 - culls down to 4.5^). .'...". o . • ,iNV;>V ,;v/J ivw** 1 .,•'«**!».; 1W v v*l / 11 , •• ton -futlirefe "closed Vbai-ely; ''steady, $1,65' to '2.30 'a". 1 bale .lower. ' •:; Oct high 34,65 — low 34.09 — close 34.15 off 33'.;' .;••... u .i-(l 'Dec High ; '34!7Cr-"lbw r . 5,4.23'—,.c'lqse; ".••-•S4.25-29 ,6ff .34. ;:' " ' iL 'h'hi'gh.:34.06 f ;,,-;-low;3'4.10 —' POULTR YAND .PRO.DUCE Chicago, Aug. 6 —(/P) —Butfer,- ' ettled; receipts 030,186; j 90 .,,_.a-e B 67.5; 89 C 66: cars: ,89; : State PUbljcjlC,'j66; others "unchanged. Eggs, top! 'today.;.;,.-"/ '• • v.ffirm, balance irregular; i;ecei*Dt8 Minnis.-told-the .commission .of 8i764; (U. S. .exli-as No .1 and 2^the plans iw ile jtestifying >oniaicpn-;M8-4L5; others" unchanged. ' ' struotinn hedcet ; .beinB 'briBDared. ;'"T.ivo nm'iKrv cionHv vo/ MY Child! Better learn th« Truth, Mother! Recent' medical rcpprti .reveal that nn nmazlnpr number, of .children (and grown- upfl.tpo) may be victims of-Pln-Worrris— often without BUBpecthlK wh^at is .wroiu:! And the»o pents, llvlnc and erowInK inside the liuman body, can cauae real,distreag. : Sb watch out for the warnlnit Bigna , - ood source, have from 60,000; -to ),000 troops .under arms, j arid rriany of these are' t m that .northern 1 area facing Yugoslavia and Albania And Britain is said to have some 30,000 to 40,000 troops in Greece • ' • • ^ ;'< \One doesn't have to be the .-seventh son of the seventh son pf_;-a" prophet to iccognize that .this ituation, which' at -present •basical- y is a conflict of ideologies, is> also is explosive militarily as a block- juster. Should full-blown war come i >etween Gre.ece and the Alhanian- YjUgoslav Allies on 'the north, vnp man could tell how far the conflagration might rim. It- easily cOuld .mean another world conflict. 'While both sides are eyeing each struction bedget ; .being ^prepared.? ' Live pbiiltry: ' -' prepa t Joft ' tnay .mei(n Pin-Worma—especially the ai;- ernVatinir rectal lt<ih.' If you "aunpect this ugly, infection, get JAVNE'S .-P-W right nway. and: follow ,the directions. i i .P-W is the name of the Pin-Worm tab- letn developed, by the laboratories of Dr. D. Jayrie *jk Son,, after years ot patient re- .Bearch. /The amatl, easy-to-take P-W tableta 'net in n'Bpeclar'way to reniove'Pln-Worma. ' HOMEOWNERS ond . • HOME BUILDERS : Insl-CoHon InsUlotion Is the World^s .Finest Tfrpe of Attic lns.ulqf ion Avoildbilc Jto the Public •If-you can buy, or.anyone can-sell'you q\be.ttcr insulation, \ve will pay for it.and,hav.e it .installed,in your home-free. Insl-Cotton Insulation is Jested ;and certified 'by.the Government. . , ••....'."• 400 degrees heat on one sicte only-rjqised 'the temperature •3-5th of one degree on.the reversfi'Side'in a three-hour test. Fire, Vermin and Moisture Resistant Insl-Cotton is flame-proofvand '•N^r.etar^h^cvqn when subjected to 1600 degrees ..F. flame from .a •blowtorch. Te.sled ana certified by'a Federal inspector stationed .at .the •factory by the. US Department of A g riculU,rc,: i ansJ,-Cpttonw Knot harbor vermin' orTiousehold pests. 'W.ill-flotft .,in water for days. ertotial Phew fti BetwMrt B a. m, , nd 4 p , m , d I Calendar seryatlon Nursery School bectl h eld in notified. August 8 Sunday r Schoo i First Baptist church will sday evening at 7:30 at of Mrs. Leon Davis on annan street for lls.rcgu- ( thly business and social InslrCotlon .i ;'. . Exceeds • , Technical Requirements f.or Approved Insulation In FHA and PPMA specifications. Note Information in table (at right) .computeid from 'data In Heating .and Ventilation Engineers Guide (1944). -Every lot is inspected and .tested. Insl-Cotton is .a quality insulation—competitively priced. (Comparative Thickness of .Building 'M Aerials Required:, to .Equal 1 Insulation Value of 1-ln. of '• • lnsLC6tton .Insulation. '/'"' v V' '" To equal l.Inch tWck, Material . Insl-Cotton insulation ^Sand'aiid gravel concrete.; 52 n. Stone • 52 : ln. Stucqo •, -....- , Limestone Concrete Slate*.Shingles Composition Shingles .Br.iok (low density) .Concrete (cinder) ,Plaste.rion metal lath ... .Woo.fi Shingles ; TJIe (typical hollow clay) .... -. -.. Yellow ;Plne , , ..... 4 in. •Source: iComputed from .Heating Ventilating, Atr-Conditioning.Guide, 1944. • : . 52 In. . .46 In: , 41 In. . 27 In. . 20 in. . .19.ln. . 1.8 In. . -5 In. .4 In. We have a special .deal this .week on ilnsl-Cptton Insulalipn and Metal Weatherslripping-Make your home IS -.degrees; coQlcr m hot weather—sav.e over 50,per cent of ;your fuel bill in wintei—Let the investment pay for .itself. I Rusty J.ones, l-PCfll Representative '. .* • ^l.. .- .4«' M «A« .H ' . . ,,, August 8 lope Business and Prof ess'-' /omen's club .will meet y evening nt V:30 at the mcnt station for its regular • " business and socinl meet- club will hold its nnhual * u --'.fPnnnt sale and a picnic Supper wll bo served. All members "^ urged to attend. i Ciij^nian-Colller j Marriage Announced Mr. nnd Mrs. J. B. Carman of i |v lc , scoJtt announce the marriage of J « lclr _ daughter,' O'Dcll, to Ha'rrcll ?' Au licl '' s ? n °^ Ml '- and Mrs. i J. Aubrey Collier of this city. Tho tt ?}. a j rlagc was solemnized Sunday » v aftdrnoon, August 4, al the home of V y. 10 J? ffic 'al-'ng minister,' Rev. W. \ E .Thompson, in Prcscott. Mrs. j Jewell Burke of DcAnii was ma- 5 Iron of honor.and Mr. Erwin Baker of tjipo served as best man TV®, bride was attired-lira dress of pastel blue with brown access- one, s, nnd her flowers were a corsage -of pink rose buds. After n wedding trip to Hoi bprings and points in the Ox.arks the!couple will be at homo'at 915 West: Sixth street, Hope. i Vi W. A. House Party Monday Night J Thcv Young Women's Auxiliary qf First Baptist church was host- f s.ao Hope and Little River-Y.• ^Association-'on Monday night, lurches represented were: Magnolia, Tcxarkana, Horatio and rfashvillc. : At 5:30 Monday afternoon the rt.f.eetfng was opened. Following registration the guests- were invited into, the dining room where four tables covered with white damask and' centered with arrangements of rosos and other Summer flowers had been arranged. A delightful supper was served by members of the Girls Auxiliary to 33 members and guests. The meal was prep«red. by the Women's Missionary union of the.church, Miss Wanda Ruggles as toastmls- Iress welcomed ihe visiting members and introduced the two special guests, Miss. Catherine Jordan and Miss Tennette Lavender, Following, the suppeiv the meeting was ;hdj6urhedf'lp -thia church auditorium Wh^reiMlfs'Bgtty Ruth Meador of TeXarkanfc! gaVg the de- Volionali 1 ' : '• ',.-.!I i;s J , The speakers for the evening were:.,MisstCatherine- Jordan, Mrs. Buck' ahcrMiss Tohnctte Lavcndar. ' FtJllrj\Ving"the'¥r6gram the mern- bers wore]invllea,to Ihe Educntldii- al building 1 fdf a .bunking party. •Mrs.''S'/'A.' Wh'itlow.presided ''at the breakfast arid, Introduced Miss' Lillian SlrJcldjxricrof.NHshvlllc who gave the devotional. Following the breakfast Miss Lavendar again spoke on her missionary work, Wlnbeiry-Rldllng- Marriage Announced Mrs. Nellie Phillips, 1011 West Sixlh slrect, announces the marriage of Miss Clara Winbcrry of Waldo, Ark., to Mr. Thurman Rid- llng of this city. The impressive single-ring -ceremony was read by Rev. D. O. Silvey at his home here Saturday evening al 8:30 o'clock. The couple had no altendants. The bride was becomingly attired in n white linen dress with brown accessories anc: her flowers were -a corsage of pink tube roses. ' : Mrs. Ridling, who is a graduate of Magnolia A. & M. college, at- Icnded Henderson- Slate Teachers college, Arkadclphia, -and for tjic past four'years has been a member, of the Spring Hill school facility, will be 'a member of Ihe Hope High school faculty this year, j Mr. Hidling is employed at Ihi SPG. .'.- • . -..•"; }• • The couple will make their horhc al 1002 East Second street. ]' ' Circle No. 2 W.S.C.S. ' '' Met Monday Afterncun Circle No. 2 of the W. S. C. S. of First Methodist church met Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Leon Bundy with Mrs. cr. O. Milam as associate hostess. Mrs. , B. W. Edwards presented the program on "How the Family Grows." She was assisted by Mrs. E. P. O'Neal and Mrs. Loon Bundy. During the-social, nour ihe hostess served iced watermelon to eight members and one guest. Cornlha and Miss Harriot-Story wstt arrive Wednesday In Texarkaha via plahe from Washington D..C,, tef a Visit with her parent^ Mr. and Mrs. aarrett Stbry hferc. t , Mrs. J. B. Koonee will leave Tuesday night for Baltimore/ Md,, where she will be met by her adri, Captain T, B. Koorrce, USN; frdm Baltimore they will go tp Annab- oils, Md., where Mrs, Koonee will visit Captain KoortCc's family. Mr, and Mrs. Edwin Stewart and son, Eddie, left Sunday night for a three-Weeks;, vacation visit in New York arid other points in the 'East.-. •;•>,•"•'••.!'.•,> -•..,-•' 7. :•.-••-. 'Mr. John r Kobnce 'has retiifricd lo his home in TUlsa, Okla., after a';visit with 'his'mbthcr, Mrs. J. B; Koonce,- l here• ; ;','••: ' ••-. :Mr. Rock , . . spent 'the ! 'w;ec.k.end' visiting' -his pai'cnts,- Mr. 'an'd Mrs. is. M. Harbin!' of ;Hopc.. ;'.'v" ''; .; • ' Mls^ Mary ; Francc6 Irvlh of Ozan Is Ihe guest or her ..sister, Mrs. Mllam Green, and' Mr. Green, here.' . - ' Hospital Note* Friends of Mrs.;''A. O Bright will regret to learn, that she is a patient at Julia Chester hospital. Accessory|Before Crime I.Wo'hder hoy^ many husbands and wlVeS who fight their way through an Unhappy marriage to the dlydrce colin and how many S a'rstifg ,who are heart'br'okert over ftllhqUent children ever ftttid the bitter' truth IHfjt they arev access dry .before the 1 'crimes which they sbv-mu'ch deptorfii ...• ,-., ^ i ',; if vhny, for we ai*e all , ssiHB the buck : and lay- iri|('6ut' Sins.atisbrncone else's door. flM : man /Started it when he ed^ Eve 'for. getting us evicted 'r happy home 'and- all of since have used<:the same OKT -alibi :Wheh' 'they, got 'lhto< trouble'.", A- 'shfe wish' .wife ; holds , her -hus- b&n'd:' responsible for her" 'temper. And^o'U never sec a houseful' of cHildreft -who are a scandaUito ;thc neighborhood '.whose mother dbe^n't toff tyhat a- good-' mother she . has bfcdfry [• ••.,,, •.; '..',- • . 'jo.., .. . .;.• ' I.Nbhc of us-are willing ; lo should- crVo'uriown personal load'-bf rcspon- slDiUty-fpr'.ourJacts. We'«/want J- lo shift''the burd0n to someone else's bflc'lc;<Yct-if :.wc: would realize that tyq,'ptactically'.'forccd others into wrongdoing arid -that we might well sh>r 'Iwith the 1 , little priest Hn Cable's " forgive''iyou and D t> '•" : -^''-- ! '^' ^ : -'- : ^- ! ^-:/*-."/vCopyrlght,J9'16, ' i By K. Louise. Emery. ;: r>: "" '•'" v ' klKA "^"^ *'<-"- ; . .when she. learns that Cpcily has .', rcUlrned'Stcvic'stralcrnity pin, "tha't she'Ts'^richdly.with Val. ; xiv Delia, sized up- Cecily's appear- which (will ' rielude -the\cpst s.tructing^a ~" "" '" '' sipn''line 'in w^ich his company, is* seeking . t'rahsmis-; north Arkansas,' : '-for • * ermit. other across their gun-sights, each: is busy politically. The Communist- c.ell in northern .Greece works day. a|id night to strengthen its ranks with the aim pf .gaining control \pf Do you suffe MONTHLY quire some: additional -ifinancjfng. ^. jE.arlier Minnis had it'estifieU^ha' because 'of reqent" borroWJng: "atii stock sales, thef company ,nad Jab'o'v t! 6,300,000 cash :bn hand -w4th" -which 1 , to undertake various .types'<}f con-; .struction, ^including the -transmis?" 'sidrt ;line.; v :,.-™-...>' - : ' •'•" : '.''. • '..''f- cnstruot the line i-Sfrom ; ^Nbrfork Dam -via the ?Bull \ShoaIs ; .dam 'site and :Harrispn to Ozark;-Beach, ,'Mp;,* was • taken under' aclvise.rnent, • : by.- the commission. There'.wa-s no pp- ppsition to ^the 'proposal., *' "Ralph R. Pittman, ,A.P. . L';, chief engineer, .testified the .line and itwo : substatiqhs -m \would cost about $1,200,000. 'He' .said it was necessary ;to have rthe -line for'.tw' ;reasons-r-tb ^better -serve'the Harri- 1 son area and -to exchange,'so-called' Meconomy -power"' -with -the Empire District Power Company- '.( at- Ozark Beach...-. -...„.,. . .; : Under questioning from Commission Chairman.,Charles' C. Wine, ; TJittman said that A.P. &L,., .had' no assurance it .woujjj'obtain, ppwer' ,-from Bull Shoals and thjit the line, w.ould be useful whether it' a ever obtained the dam's power. He said' the .company • h.a.d' ,a .JepJtative agrjee.ment to furnish ..contractors; po.w.e,r. necessary -to ..cphptruct ;the.' ;Biill-Shoals 'dam ;and;,,that if tlje: appl.icqt.ibn was: granted'it was con- templ.ated ito :have the .line ,in use by. next Jan. 1. ' "•' - VSatlsf nct'ion guaranteed or your money back. WALKER'S early days were hara 1 — the kind of ys'that try -tbe-spuls of boys, faut he was fired with qmbitipn anjd determination. T'W'ALKER graduated frprp Spring Kill High School Jo, 393$. N 'WALKER, by harg 1 work and sqcrifice, Magnolia A- and M'. Cpllege^ ,pnd the University pf Sahppl pf Law /' as served 4J^-y«ors (n W-orJd War No. 2 gradually climbed f^pm ^gck Private -to is ypwr^Qtiy'e.^pn /.eturr^d hpme to Ms j^ople, +p begin again where the war ,mga? At neges- ^ary fpr him tp leave pf^f,- He U ambitigys gna' gble to make the pepple pf hi§ Kpm§ gpunty g pppd rep- XJLEN WMKf R IS TWI MAN WHO iARNiSTiY AND WANTS TO MM! YOU ftlFRiSINTATIVf ELECT GUN WALKER Enroute Washington . for by Kansas City, Jfas., A«8- 'resident -Truman .tpoH . Vashington today, accompanied y '"ederal .Jud^ge .'Jo.hn . Cflskie Collet,. who has 'agreed -to tafe oyer a key role in "the economic stafaili'zatibh office. (The presidential pJ.a.Jue. tjie Sacred Cow," was' expected to 1 arrive in Washington at 7 ». -m. (,EST), Cpllet, \yhP on.ce befow left; western Misgpu,ri 'federal district jeofih to serve as disector of the Office of vEconprnjc Stabilizatipn, las agreed to .serve jigain .this time as an .assistant to Reconversion Director John R. Steelman under whom the stabilization office DOW functiprts. Truman, who was accompanied to the airport by 'his wife ariti da.ughter, told r.epprters at 4he airport that details pf Judge Collet's assignment would be announced in Washington .by >Steelrnan. ; TV P H U 8 8T R I K'eS If ^LY Rome, Aug. 6 .T-(/P)T- A thpvjsand persons have been stricken by .ty« ; phus at the shore resort pf Diano Marina near Genoa, the newspaper Tempo said today. Nine " haye died sp far in the epidemic. the Athens gpvernmept .yltiniate- ly. Meantime the Greek rightist gpverijme.tit OQW jn ppy/.er is' busy preparing for the plebiscite oh Septemb.er 1 to decide whether King George shall .be rftcalle^ ito the thi-qn,e he fled ip April of 1941 When -the Ciewip&ns too* .pvftr. goes t,ne battle 'fqr pontrol MS^BPPP'* 1 *^**^^^^*?^*"'" l '*" pf Greece~w.hw;h affor.ds 50 invaluable base Jrpjm w.hich Britain can reach the DjirdjnelJss. Panal and other Jirftt!^, „, of the Middle Kasfby air and by sea. Indeed a Friend to the *• , * of Hempstead County .-•••'• • > paid $33,448.24 to for rents County equipment from January 1941 thru July 1946. " feyijt tpo ny miles lti Jj Dutches to ^i nd ^rp- He has ql<> built over SJocIc IPbnds for the farmers of Hempstead County. Has cooperated with the AAA program in order that the farmers could receive money that had been allocated to Hempstead County, and in addition fro%he regular allotment, much of thf money that bifen bIJoeated to other counties f0 IJris type of work. Rf^ELKI FRED tyfcK arid give him a chance to serve you with your county out of debt and under peace time conditions/ I hgve been Justice ,pf Peace for 35 yegr# and Jhe "County is in the best financial coodilipn It hgs ey.er heen .jn. This s.«J P9id fp.r\by-.C. M- lewis. LAST DAY "ENCHANTED FOREST" STARTS WEDNESDAY asgggjg^^Ts^gg en /ft "TecA/tfcolorf . . ffttes Ot ffa.me5Pf(>yrei.»t. AAicxey Mouse & PLUTO fecAer in P/s/te</'s Tecfalccioi- Caj-tocn. iSQUATTER'S RIG-HTS* LAST DAY 'RETURN OF W AN K 'JAMES STARTS WEDNESDAY "DUFFY'S since and was assailed by :posiliVc lei;ror. -'.Where's V, -ypur sorority pin?" sllc demanded: VHa.ve yOu! given it to that jackanapes?" ' • "I don't know'who/you're; talking about,'? Cecily-flared. "I threw it away. I'didn't join'a- -sorority so that some drippy., senior could outline my love life ; for ; me. I'll do as I please!'! • ', •:. •'.'•' "Cecily Halliday. You 'threw v a"r way that expensive "pin!- Resigned from your sorority to go with that — that — "- •' "-••-, "'v : .'.•..'.••"'.'•'• .".'I "I didn't either! • Why V. "should those girls take it upon-themselves to give me. orders?^You.could buy and sell the .whole lot 'of . .thehi; Don't worry— the governing board will be around, to, coax 'mc'-back".— you'll see — they like -driving my car and getting my' extra'. . date's: iVell, it won't do them any gobd! I'll start my own sorority and I'll .ake half of • their best members with me!" , . -' . . - ' , :.:..\. Delia stared fascinated ' ; at this product of her endeavors, furious and admiring by turns.'• • "At least I'm .relieved . iti wasn't 'or love of that creature Mavis has picked for you! The very idea of your even being friends .with him! people will think you're hard; up for boy friends -if you have to gp slumming to get one! Now you call Stcvie Ralston and tellhim yoU want his pin back!'.' •' "I certainly will not!" Delia was up against a will as' resolute -as lier own.: '.'I!J1 teach him,-who has to take orders. .I can have a dozen other frat pins!" ( .;..-'• j Delia 1 w^s nearly 'beside herself with frustration as ^ the Ralston louschold Mfceded further and ftm ther from ,hefvrange. '., ./ '• "Cecily Aalliday — '• . • ' . . But the telephone prevented•: her' intended outburst. Cecily answered; ncr small chin, stillJ.-squared , : fbr aatlle. She turned a ,,triumphant- face toward Delia before she said into the mouthpiece, --"I fiuess that will teach you to use a little more self-control!" v-- .. :'-..'•".'.; Steve Ralston's parents. ' were shipping him off to ,.an•'. Ea'stern college that same afternoon, only allowing him one brief unsatisfactory telephone Conversation. • .• . . : "Poor kid!" .Robert commented at dinner. "If his mother were deliberately trying to defeat her pUr- pose she couldn't Have chosen . a surer way!" • "-,-'•• "Delia gave her very little alternative," I said. "No, but Delia is going to- win out sure as shooting now," Robert said. "Cecily will get over her huff ;3 few. days. Then watch!" ' !'Yes,s and .what about Val?" My voice had" grown strained. ...Robert shrugged.-."I doubt that Cecily,could ever really be serious over a' boy of Val's station. Delia's work-started--too-early and it's bocil too thorough." i i|'J/Ccci}y (jviddntjy. DID give Val a' great deal 'of encouragement," -"I don't .doubt it,". Robert Hgrpc'd'.^'.'Ceclly : is~ an extrovert — slid' doesn't discourage attention—" "I think it's more than that! I think she honestly likes Val — she alwav> has —" "That may be, said Robert. "But he doesn't measure up to those false standards Delia has taught her to revere, and she's very apt to use Delia's yardstick in measuring a prospective husband," tnihgs up',with'ithc. biggest, national $.nd.-.they're^.'gbliig to .start-a "junior ' " " " ' ' ' """ " " ' Iwilh ... . — .. , _ cold- ljra.VTbat Will;.give her some com- penSaUon -forhaving her friend ships!.',circurnscl'tbcd—'•'.• ••<• 'in i l i.'"The.re:'you'go. againv"^- Delia .Hqffed^ blit things-wcrcigqing well ffcr-'Kor 'and'fshie made rio 'issue of itl 1 ), ''She and Stcvie 'have 'made up. H*.rwrote to her -from the East and of••:cDUfsc..shc ; ;rhisscs" him'i' SoV--''' v rCTCou rriban;'-they,'re still:>icnga'g- . . . _. , the ; cloud : Siptl;Jln,g: over- Delia's voice. ''I guess '.not ipfficially. Stevic's rnoth- ct; kcp.t r: ,th'c/pih,,. it 'seems, .'and an'y- hp>V, Cecily ; has, decided >now she doesn't/want*'to';.tie up to> any one boy- -$• b,ut ,1 >think she'll'.- change •>«">mind,','--Delia finished briskly. mfe foj. that man's sins." felling the Truth As dn example, take just the ord. inary,, everyday sins — lying, for instance, Don't we make liars of ail ab'out us? Telling the truth is ?p much simpler and easier and less strain on our Imaginations that we would prefer to be Truthful Janes if we could, but it just can't be done. We wouldn't have a friend in the World by the end of the first day if we even tried it. < By the time little Johnny gets out oMhe cradle he has learned to' He. about what: happened to tho dookle jar, And it doesn't ' ' newlytveds long to discover take one of the luxuries they arc never going to be able to indulge themselves in is telling aach other exactly : what they think. '.When a wife develops into a nagger and a shrew, her husband attribute* it to his guardian angel having been on a strike when he got mrirried, but oflener than not the husband made her one by not taking the trouble to know how to handle her or by, his neglect and faultfinding. And what starts husbands to roaming? Isn't it nearly always because they are fleeing from peevish, complaining wives who never give them a decent meal or try in any way to make their homes pleasant place to stay in? .-Just now the child problem is the headache of the world. So many children are doing; things that dis- gl-ace their decent, parents. So niiiny iboys and girls are running away from home. So many teenage boys and girls are marrying and getting divorces. The parents arc laying it on the war and' the times,-.but it is their own fault.. : -Sometimes it is because'the children had no homes, only a .house in. which they were supposed to slay while Father and Mother were out. enjoylrjg themselves or running "causes." Often it is because theii homes were nothing but jails ou of which they broke as soon as they could. Sally couldn't have her dates at home, so she had them a the drugstore, where she picked up boys she shouldn't have known anc lied about the places to which she went. And when a girl has to do that, her parents have thrown hei to the wolves. :''So, perhaps, we should all echo the little priest's prayer: "May God forgive you and me for that man's sins." And especially foi our children's ruined lives. •(Released by The Bell Syndicate ;::; . . - - - Inc.) • . . 38 Passengers Are Hurt in Wreck of Greyhound Bus Chicago, Aug. S — yp)— Four of 8 passengers who were injured ast night when a Greyhound bus skidded On a wet pavement and overturned on the beach of Lake Michigan remained in hospitals 'oday. The 34 other passengers were .reated for cuts and bruises and •eleased from two south side hos- jitais. All the passengers, im- jeriled by the threat of- bossible fire as gasoline 'drenched; the bus, were, resdued . by. .'poHcfirnen .arid .iremen,,., -,£,..... ... ,.,,.., , : ;./, .• • -..'.';' The bus .'-d r. l'V/d:rf;-'--Riljph . A. Rpdgers, 41, ' of MaUrnee, ' V Q., : a.waHed. v ..a'r.ralgh"rner(t"7,-Iri'..-'>-salety spurt .on a. charge of -reckless ! driv» ing, to d police the busv.went out of -control as he- -approached ' ;a curve. He suffered minor injuries; ""•' ' ''' ' • • '• •••••"• . - . . SpThey Soy; Without any question, the inflationary excess of demand over supply can not be eliminated in the remaining months of 1946,'i — Reconversion Director John R Steelman. It seems clear, however, that all supremacy and, its exploitation over Japan proper was the major factor which determined the timing of Japan's surrender and obviatec any need of invasion. — U. S Strategic Bombing Survey Report, The federal. government gives large amount of money to the professional education of; the pig farmer but not one cent to aid in the professional education of the teacher of children. — Dr'. Ralph McDonald, National ' 'Educ"a'tlo'h Association -official'.-'' •<<"• >•>•''• >'•'•* ' •,;. .•..;.;• '••• ••'•'-:."•.!•.-.-...-, Ir..!-:-*] The fear of the llord Is'-WHati evil.:, pride, and arrpgancy,. and th< evil way, ,and ihc. froward'-moulh d ° T J.-hatei' — ;<Proverbs .8:jl3,!!.,ii' I dp. : hate ,.thc, proud ; man<-,!asi iate the engenderiflg of hakespeare. And every man that strivelh io,r. he mastery is temperate irt all hings. I Corinthians 9:25. Temp'rale in every place - are. ^ Thence will applause* hfefioe will profit A mosquilo does not lay .e"ggs" until it has eaten »bldod( •" *• ' > & **• I*-* Mi '^ >*+> * * A •*** ^* J* * » LOOK AT YOUR CAR? HAVt It WASHED arid GREASED ;. , / " s " ; Phone 422 Todoy f . Let us wash your eaf In ' -— oUh-AUTO LAUNDttVi W« w-wllKplck. u upf-wa*<l lt> - . grease It, and eleamjt Inside and out. Done by experienced and qualified, ' lubrication men. , Ask About Steam Cleaning • CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS HEFNER NASH GO. OUR MOTTO IS "SATISFIED CUSTOMERS" , 314 E. 3rd. Byron Hefner • Phon* 442 m f r**- c 1 ' f ft PILES Hurt Like Sin! But Now I Grin Thousands change groana to grins Uaa ' ' 11 ^ ^"eve liacomfort of nlea qnnt'rt 11 ^"eve iacomfort Dosttoriea today. Follow label dlrectloM. «,L a11 ? 00 ^ dr "g stores everywhere— in Hope, at: Gibson Drug. Go On Safe THURSDAY MORN ING AT 10 r " i i f j I 12Q Pair BOY'S r BIG M ACT 7:~; > i"i i if ; , ; ~ lt u OVERALLS & m Sizes 6 to 16 t V .-* *,/• > '»*< fc **^h. I>t«t.r.M ^i-W? »f t , r f ' ^ f ,— i, f «s ,<-»,«, ^ ' " •'•^«-"« >• - '(f My hands wore clenched in my lap. "Don't say things like that." Vly words came in .jerks. "Cecily sn't like Delia. You know she's not. She loves Corinna —" "Sure, she loves me," Corinna piped up ."But she hasn't given me any rush for her sorority, has she?" Roberl turned lo his daughter quickly, .''you know how we feel about 'sororities.' ' "I don't want to .loin one,' 'Corna said, '.'but,, if ; Cecily wasn't a big snob shc-fd-get me asked." "Have you^ been unhappy about it?' Robert asked.. "Yes,". Corinna said simply. The pointed leaves on the while wallpaper: seemed to rush at roe like daggers. I Stumbled from my chair. Robert hurried lo me, concerned, bul I ran frorn him, and slammed Ihe door of Corinna's room belween us. I crumpled onto Ihc bed that had been Cecily's for such a short lime so long ago and lay lliere writhing in my helplessness, remembering Ihc afternoon when I had spanked Cecily for slapping Corinna. suffering because all ihe love I had poured out on her through the years had not made her proof against Delia's rnachi- ations. Whenever there was an emotional lo-do in her life, Delia always sent, for me and before the Week was over her familiar voice came back to me over the telephone. "Well, Cecily's realty (Joing it!" A PERSONAL MESSAGE TO MY SUPPORTERS 1'i- distinguishes every line of this striking suit and coat duet. So tenderly tailored from Kingsdale 100% VIRGIN WOOL—:Loorhed for Leeds alone by the American Woolen Co. i • •, .Sizes 12to 18. s $CQ.50 3 Pieces .37 Nationally advertised in Charm. Turn to page 88 in your August issue. Also see our window. Ghas. A. Haynes Co. • '.• 1!' {'. ; ' '-•'. Second at Main One week from today the voters ojF.thisJiudic.ig I Dis r * trict will say by their ballot whether or npt,wiet*rt?e4»O change in the office of Circuit Judge. I am firrjal/*coh| vincecj that a large majority of the law-abiding citizens of the 8th Arkansas District feel the need of a "change r after these many, many years. •-..*».» However. I want to impress upon you that there is a- well-organized group who are opposing a changejgnd^ that is their privilege in this Democratic country. But in " order that my friends may fully realize'my needj.pr their * intensiv|;e|fc|-l|i|i*jng the comjng'.week l:want;to tell you;;S9m|lfrlri||^bfut the strength of our oppttsitio'n. In Clark county my opponent's campaign- is being managed • by Mr.^ John Lookadoo, a successful damage suit lawyer and ah i able : politician. In Nevada county my -opponent's campaign manager is Mr. Bill Denman, another successful damage suit lawyer and a fair politician. In Hemp-~ stead county my opponent's interests is in the' hands' of Mr. Will Atkins, well known attorney and a veteran of many political battles. j,n Miller county, Mr, Bert Larey, who is considered a successful criminal lawyer, is foremost among the active campaigners for my opponent. These men are leaving no stone unturned in their effprts to re-elect Judge Bush for his Fifth Elective Term; This does not mean that all lawyers are against me. As a matter of fact the majority of the lawyers' are .fpr '•me. Only lasrweefk three-fourths of the lawyers of Hempstead county honored me With a written endorsement. No political machine was ever created in ^history that-cotjld not be -crushed by the mass of the people once they made' a decision so to do. And if you willhold the line an'd redouble your efforts [n the remain ing -days I have no fear byt what victory will be ours. This is your fight and mine. Let's put it over. v \ Gratefully yours," LYLE BROWN f- 4- r* i& nfe if-^-1 Pdid for by Lyle Btown, Vj-jtS'^

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