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HOPE STAR, HOP!, Aft KANSAS W§«toe*<fay IS, 1$S4 Global Warfare Nat Likely Soon feESt PLACE fd A irlghtened, middle aged man ttished into a po lled; station yestet4ii# he was the slasher who had attacked nihe women within a 40 minute period the previous day. identify the man, he broke down and admitted he told his story because he thought jail would be the creditors. Several hundred stars are known to broadcast radio waves. Francis Gallon, geneticist of I Annie Jump , greatest first suggested use of been called the world s greatest for purposes of id- woman astronomer is known as entification of criminals. (the "census taker of the sky. W i$t Alfred « • <* - j -Wjt Bit*-*™*, * _ &e>lWUr- Mrs. Sdott&eft &:- , . . present d«n$er of Secretary of the Navy Charles s a**. because "Ite free 16* stfong, a6tua«y and- a our flotenUoftat erf< . tea .«*•*•*' ^ ,, fiTi I6«eth last night at the te of World Affairs, Thomas however, that the Korean Wtt demonstrates that smaller cstt be-, "just as defeating lust as conclusive" as full- tfars. That is why, he said, free world still needs conven- . weapons ard ground troops. POhe of the victims could WEST BROS. CHRISTMAS PARADI OF VALUES 'rogram BOY CREEK, caiif, cw> itht-year-old J ohn Bol n fell an Irrigation' canal yesterday playing hookey^ Sheriff Joseph Broadheefd, who as. acting truant officer was look Ing for Johnny, fished the bout out. predicted Witt -vftpetfee the dollars. This informant, a GOI* lawmaker who sat In on the White HOBS* talks but who asked not to be named, said present indications *re for a three-billion-dollar deficit the new fiscal year, win tee mtf afcet's , gawa t» 6, „«*£<£•. ** Jl._ f HURRY!! Only 8 Mare Shopping Days Until Christmas For His Christmas MEN S JACKETS These are water repellent crease resistant jackets in all the new styles. •We have handsome ident ' bracelets and • 'sparkling costume jewelry to select'from . . . STEWART'S JEWELRY STORE • The Reliable Jewelers For His Christmas — - - MEN'S HOUSE These ore warm, sheep lined slippers with leather soles and uppers '>*> V the Best... j •i".d w% SWEATER , Hand-fashioned 4'etailing; 100% Cashmere. Slip-on or cardigan . . , 19.98' . to 25.00 He _ II want these dress pants and they will make the Ideal gift for him. Blue, brown, tan and grey. Men's Ties New colors For Her Christmas LADIES ROBES Men's Nylon Stretch Sox Buy one size for all Embroidered Pillow Case Sets Mr. and Mrs., His and Hers in white and pastels. Our Daily . Bread Sliced thin by The Editor Alex. Hi Wathburn Some Economic Pacts About Arkansas, and Comments on Same Booking over the 1955 prospectus of the Arkansas Economic Council- State Chamber of Commerce I fiJH some interesting figures on our state. In the decade since 1945 cash farm income has risen from 319 million to 550. Retail sales have tripled — from 560 to 1,560 million. And the number of manufacturing jobs has risen from 61,103 to 85,000. This is a significant develop ment. For instance: Back in 1945 the total value oi| manufacturing plants was 488 mil- lims; today it is 1,020 millions. Which means that the capital and in LofcfcSt M-38 fc fifcperifliiilft ' StaffolH 24-Hbur4 fen ||y, High at 56TH YEAR: VOL. 56 — NO. 54 Star of Hop* UM, •».«*» Cons«U<tBt«d Jon. II, 1*2* H0K, ARKANSAS, tHtiflSDAY, DtCEMBI* U, 19S4 The Aisoetottd Mtt It Audit ttitiM* fcf CfrrattHMH Av Nrt "aid Clftt. « M*«. IMtai $ip». M, 1M« »• fcil? Farm Goods May Be Traded to Reds, Satellites NEW YORK W! Secretary of Agriculture Ezra Taft Benson says the administration is ccnsiderin? ofjdirect trade in agricultural sur These are quilted Bemberg dusters and they are washable. Sizes 10 to 18. Get hers now with Russia and its satellites. At a news conference yesterday, tv 1111,11. iiii^aiia iimu v*ii_ x,u j^* HU*. • i . « it« * investment behind every Arkansas Benson said study would be given both to direct sales of such commodities to Iron Curtain' countries and to trade with "third party" Dramatic Arkansas Razorbacks Vated Top News Story of Year by State Editors, Writers industrial job has risen from $8,000 to $12,000. That is to say, at G% interest there is an annual .. .„..,„., overhead of $720 on machines |nat '.°" sw ! lich necessary to create one job before S wages are considered. This is a far cry from a generation ago when there were virtually no fixed machines and about the orSfr capital investment was the tools which the worker brought with him to the job. But perhaps the most striking figure of all is the one on Arkansas' tourist revenue. In 1945 the war was still running and tourist business was either forbidden or discouraged. So the revenue figure g9es back to 1941, might sell to : the y feeling is that we should be willing to trade with Iron Curtain countries so long as the trade, is in our favor, whether it be butter or anything else," Benson said, To Open Bids on Big Expressway LITTLE ROCK I/P) The Arkansas Highway Commission will open bids Feb. 2 for construction of a segment of the planned multimillion-dollar expressway through Little Rock. The first work, to be started 15 days after bids are opened, will be construciton ot a fourlane riverfront drive in downtown Little Rock. ! The drive eventually will connect witb a third vehicle bridge across the Arkansas River. The express way will become part of the Highway 67 roUte through the city. "We are considering some sales to countries which may in turn sell to Iron Curtain countries." ; : In any event, the agriculture secretary said, it was difficult to "pot lice" sales of American goods to nations which might resell to Rus sia. Last January a U.S. broker was the last pre-war year That year denie ' d a license to'buy surplus For Her Christmas LADIES YLON LIPS Men's Just the gift she will want. Nylon slips that have Nylon net trim Sizes 32 to 40. Billfolds Genuine Lamb. Zipper pocket. Plus tax Arkansas got 95 millions from tourists. But the figure today is Z'MJ millions. Today the tourist crop is worth to Arkansas 40% of its entire cash farm income — which- is anj( ne situation astonishing discovery.,, It wouldn't held within American butter for export to Rus-' sia. In line with Benson's statement, however, there were reports that the administration would reassess be surprising in Florida or any of the other famous YjP cat '°h spots. And when you digest the figures they shouldn't be^ surprising in Ar- at meetings a few days. to be Eenson also said he was giving "serious consideration" to revising the entire farm parity formula. He said revision would Include kansas. These figures tell us what "rerweighting" of some of the fac- a strategic position our state is in i tors involved in the formula. geographically, on the trunk road fiii) all-year travel between the East and West Coasts. And it is probably a more enduring revenue than the vacation travel to Florida and elsewhere, fgr much of : the tourist revenue though our state is derived from business and other necessary reasons — an income which stands up well through ..good, times and bad ones. There's a sour postscript to this Asked if the farmers would get a "better shake plated formula replied: out of a . revision, contem Benson' repoit, however. _-•-' economic boom ralT'this state '.has "They may, but the end objective is to make the formual up:o-date and as accurate as possible es a measuring rod. 1 ' Benson and the Republican ad ministration instituted a "flexle" support policy in place of the prp j vicus administration's "rigid" supports. ' ' Parity is a standard set on farm Veal to Be Bargain in Markets By The Associated Press ' Veal will be on the bargain counter :n many of the nation's food stores this weekend. Meat specialists say it's one of the most reasonable meats, whether you buy chops or a roast. Pork loins also will be a popular feature, down several cents a pound from a week ago in a good number of markets. Some •stores will drop pork chop prices moderately. ". sin-many areas, stores will Jsaiing 'the gun on Christmas featuring smoked hams r.nd turkeys. ; One meat expert commented' that larger smoked hams 13 pounds and over are quite -reasonable' while the smaller eight to By TOM OYGAftD LITTLE ROCK UP) On a sunny fall afternoon in Fayottaville the Arkansas Razorbacks opened the football season by wrecking Tulsa University 41-0 and writing the first chapter of the biggest Arkansas news story of 1954. There were few, if any, people who looked on that victory over a weak Tulsa team as the begin ning of the top news story of the year. But victory followed victory Texas Christian, Baylor, Texas, Texas A&M, Rice Ole Miss Houston right into the Southwest- west Conference football champion ship and the Cotton Bowl. Tho Rnzorbacks wrote a dramatic story. It is a story of victory salvaged from Inevitable de feat. They were outmanned outweighed, and counted out week after week. But they were not out played. , They won their first seven games They rose to fourth in the national Associated P ress football poll the highest peak ever attained ^by an Arkansas football team. They finished the season ranked the No Fatalities in Arkansas TAKES -i Supreme Court Justice William O Douglas in the west." — NEA For His Christmas - - - MEN'S GABARDINE DRESS Flannel Plaid Sport Shirts Men's sport shirts in all new colors. Sizes, S, M, and L. Boys Corduroy Sport Shirts In red, green, maize, maroon and blue. Sizes 3 to 12. For Her Christmas LADIES 100% NYLO TOPPERS She is sure to want one of these riyion toppers in pastel colors. Get hers now. For His Christmas NYLON GABARDINE SPORT SH only; slightly. In 1945 we spent an average of $60.26 per pupil, against a U. S. average of $125.41. We were slightly figure. under half Today we the are national spending be by 10th best football team in the nation the first time an Arkansas team ever finished in the top 10. Like their victories, the Razorbacks won the nod as the biggest news story of 1954 by a close margin. Here are the state's biggest news stories of 1954, as selected by Arkansas editors, with total points received: 1. Razorbacks (162). 2. Orval Faubus* victory over Gov. Francis Cherry in the.Dcn.o- cratic gubernatorial c a m p a ign (140). Says Attitude By The As*6«!at«fd Pf«»» Arkansas apparently went through National Safe Driving Bay Without a traffic fatally, Arkansas State Police at Little Rock.said that pfcly one highway Mceident had been ire* ported up to midnight' last night the deadline tor S-D day. Two cities reported excep* tional records. Ed Dorado, which has has Ih^ee traffic deaths this year, did not report even a single fender-bumping. Hot Springs reported only one minor 1 mishap. However, Litlte Rock had re ported nine miner accidents about normal, police said but no serious injuries. By WILLIAM W. HUGHES • Reports Release Five Guns Are Found Below Spring Hill State and County, police today are trying to solve the puzzle of five shotguns found in a culvert below Spring Hill near the Phil" ' 7nis prtisuiu UH.II.UIAC m s 1 -*-. ****"-T The guns, all new or practically coopel . at i on from the Democratic fey JACK BELL'' • WASHINGTON (Iff ' Sen, G6re (D-Tenn)" said today President Elsenhower hag only , to maintain his present attitude to get more LITTLE ROCK ,v «y .,*, v> Education Commissioner,Afchj today predicted that the-'lUOT islatvtre will'lake some 'Scf help Carry oufjhe $uprem6'l v ruling > oh racial Integration^! Ford sald'tte Uroti' ' was out of the hands ui ."«M<,« board of education, ahd4thal must be solved by thte in eooperfttidn districts. • - * d The s&lutton, he Indicate . involved eqUaliiaUon ofrwWt Negro facilities efeft In^tM. stances wjtcre school facmt|es| continued to be* separated.^ Ford predicted the* Nation! fcreme', CpM ^% ??t^f idle prbcedureofoi ^by remanding $129, against a U. S. figure of $250 — which puts us slightly above the 50% mark. That our showing is no better can be laid at the door of the misguided school lobby. For two decades it has clamored for an c&er increasing share of state taxation, while doing very little to assess and collect taxes in the home community.. The states that show a high average expenditure per student are the states which do a good job of collecting taxes at the school district level, looking to the state government only for supplemental revenue. This is one economic fact we ^Jll have to learn' here in Ar kansas. to keep 1 the, farmer's income in ba ance with the changing cost? of things he buys. 'Under "rigid", .support, farm income wss pegged by the government ot 90 per cent of parity. Now some products get less than 90 per cent (depending on current conditions affecting a particular product. Earlier, in a speech before the Continued on Page Two _ pounds sizes are rather high. ,Turkeys may cost you more than „' Thanksgiving one, primarily because you ate so many of Ihe birds then that supplies are smaller. There s$Ul will be plenty for every ever, ' * v 1 - '' •• •• • '• '<•?' ' ifi^MfcWWfe^ *=«|if mong^lM- tiefh-»uyr shQW^gni^$s^iik oesi uuj,=>, °" v ^»<^»>>^«S3vSi{«i.V of edging up in '\ priceR.;,^pmtry raisers have started cutting bncit on production because prices are so low. Candlelight Service Planned by Presbyterian The annual Candlelight Service Safe Driving Day Leaves 49 Dead By United Press Safety officials today said that 'S-D Day" was a success even though 49 lives were lost in traffic accidents in the 24 hours ending at midnight this morning. In addition to the killed, 1,023 persons '19 persons suffered in juries in Oie 3,483 Accidents reported during the senhower had day President Ei- hoped would • pass without- a single death, injury or accident in traffic. Those figures compared with 60 killed and 1,807 injured on a com 'Dictator' Methods Says Defense By RELMAN MORIN CLEVELAND !#) Dr. Samuel Sheppard's lawyer, rummiug up his defense, accused Cleveland authorities today of having used the methods of dictator governments in their handling the case. He said they have threatened the democratic process of America. And tuning toward the rows of seats where t'vo score of newspaper reporters were sitting, the attorney, William J. Cbrrigan, said: "This ;ase signifies the creak ing of the ropes behind the scenes You might consider your colleague, William Oatis of the Associated Pres,s, and how he was -forced to confess in Czechoslovakia. You might consider the Czech lawyers and what happened to them." Ladies Panties Brief and panty styles in white and pastels. . Sizes 5 to 10, Men you'll love these sport shirts. They are in solids and two tones. All sizes. 49c For Her Christmas LADIES LEATHER HOUSE SHOES at five o'clock, special numbers. Susan and Rebecca Waller will give the scripture reading. Suzanne Booth, Jan Ellis, and Tina Pil- kinlon will sing "Bless This Church." Mrs, Duffie Booth will speak on the subject Haskell Jones The Joy Gift." Mrs. will sing a solo, "The Aged Minister's Prayer." .,The congregation will join in 3. Arkansas Power & Light Co.'s effoits to obtain- a -rate increase of $3,900,000 a year (108). 4. Drought with plagued Arkansas farmers throughout the summer arid much of the fall (106). 5. Republican Party's strong bid with Pratt Remmel ; $n,,the? guber natorial general^ electioj£y('}01). •>*•• 6. U^srs^ri^^ftrhlSy^'race'ni Which Sen."John L. McClellan nosed out former Gov. Sid' iMcMath and Paul Chambers .(8). •'. 7. Segregatoin,, the tussle for and against in Arkansas, since the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling (56). 6. Opal Simington's trial and conviction on charges of embezzle ment at the Bank of Dierks. 9. Death of an escaped mental patient at the hands of an off-duty Little Rock policeman. 10. Trial and acquittal of Cecil Rice. Dumas ice plan to operator who was charged with the murder of his wife, whose body never has beenfound. The Razorbackc won over Faubus by collecting more first place votes. Nine editors and sta- lion managers labelled the Arkansas football success the state's big gest news story. Five placed the Razorbacks second. Faubus' victory in the primary polled seven first place votes and three sec ond place votes. Voles were tabulated on a 10, 9, 8, etc., basis awarding 10 points {or a first place vote and down to one for a 10th place vote. One of the top Arkansas new stcries of 1934 broke too late lo be included on the b.allot and only the last voters to return their ballots had time to write it in. U was new, were discovered by a woman resident of the area as she threw garbage in the water. She noticed two gun barrels and called neighbors. A third gun was discovered and when Sheriff Cook;; and Deputy Brown arrived tb,ey found two more along with a tan overcoat. Officers are trying to' 'trace the guns but the possibility;^ .two of them being the ones stolen from Hope Hardware Company earlier this week seemed remot^, . - . - -* 84th 'Congress on foreign and mill tary problems than' he icceivod from the Republican 83rd. .*!•«,*<" l * VIENN, Austria ^ "(/B1 Ther/rAuft fc-ian Catholic' newS'?sorviofeflCath.]'> Gore, who 'one of the some labeled himself severest critics" as of Budapest as reporting Josef,Card inal Mindszenty has -been* released from prison in Hungary^ But'the agency says there* Is"- no mation 1 of the report. * .; T"he Vatican also 'said H ^ .^_..»-^. r confirmation of' similar reports.' •"'jMjnpillh's^ Kathpi'ess said it Deceived Info*- scHopra wvnttnM *«**MV» ifra11-intai*marf L snitl*r*f>^ 4^tnf«vu>1 Big Tjhreeb These will really please her ; House slippers with fur trim. White, Blue and Red. bristmas carols; a special offer- 2,144 injured. Rear adm. H. B. Miller, director of Ihe President's Action Committee for Traffic Safety, said "S-D day did precisely what it was in tended to do," Projecting the reduction in deaths and injuries on 3-D day for the entire year, he said, showed I that-6,000 persons killed in traffic- Nylon Hose These are 60 gauge, 12 and 15 denier. ... ing will be made as a joy 8>ft.| 6udn ' 1954 would st m be alive if Everyone is cordially invited to at- mofr ,.j =t! , and pedestrians had Everyone is cordially tend, pcv 46 Deaths in November Wrecks LITTLE ROCK (fl Stale lice recorded 46 dealhs from traf- fcif Accidents in November, "The November facality toll brought f.'t 303 the nuntber of,traf fie deaths in the first 11 months of 1hi3 year, compared to 401 in the same period of '1953. motorists and sed the same yesterday. The savings in vas estimated :ent. Mok© Our Store Your Christmas Headquarters SECOND ond MAIN HOPE, ARK* Remember Only 8 More Shopping Days Until Christmas pedestrians caution they had did lives yesterday at 10 to 15 per Corrigan said that since the beginning of the case he had the feeling that he had "been living in a dream." He said constitutional rights and privileges had been lost in other count lies and cried: "These things can happen here, too. They are happening." Corrigan's words, on another point, brought tears ot Sheppard's eyes. He lowered his head and helrt a handkerchief over his face. The accusedman broke down >vhen Ccrrig«m referred to the fact that, the body of Sheppard's unborn child was removed from the body of the murdered Marilyn Sheppard and kept in the morgue, "to show students and curiosity seekers." the budeeon slaying of pretty Mrs Milton Fuller at Brinkley, Ark. last week, Undoubtedly the Fuller slaying would have finished in the top 10 and might have filled the big gap between Faubus' election in sec ond place and AP&L in third. Faubus' election made history The Madison County newspape publisher became the second mai In modern history to defeat a gov ernor seeking a second or en dorsement term. Nations That Fail to Remember in Peace the Lessons Learned in War Are in Grave Danger Fired A-Blast By JOSEPH E. DYNAN * PARIS '(/P) The Big Three.for- eign ministers meet here .today in an effort to decide who should unleash the West's atomic weapons in' the event of a Communist at .ok./ Control of the atomic prms was the major issue facing U. S. Secre- ry of State John Foster Dulles rench Premier-Foreign Minister ierre' Mendes-France and Brit- in's Sir Anthony Eden in their ess.ion prior to the year-end meet- ngr.tomorrow morning of the North tlantic Council of Foreign, de- enee and finance ministers. NATO's Military Committee ie chiefs of staff of the 14 mem- er countries agreed yesterdtey n a report to the ministers basing heir future defense plans on the se of such new weapons r.s the Vmerican atomic cannon. Unless uch nrms can be used to meet sudden attack, the military exerts agreed, the West must raise landing armies much larger than hose now planned. , Put the NATO chiefs of staff aid their government's political caders, not the. military, must de> ide when a clash constitutes an outbreak of war requiring the more eriifying weapons in the-Western •u-sonal. Many Europeans fear if men a decision is left to the .mili- ary, a quick-triggered general could touch off World War III >y using an atomic weapon in a oca'l frontier clash that otherwise cou!d be mediated, • To counter objections that, con Eirenhower administration domestic policies.- said he was impressed with the President's moves toward consultation with Democrats en international and defense matters. Eisenhower told his news conference yesterday, he believes Democrats will give very real cooperation on national security, foreign aid and international diplomatic programs. He said he expects the maximum of support from Republicans' on these a dom'cstc" proposals he makes/ Observinj^b&tMtt e President ap pbared io Bo entirely 'sincere IDTIIS Intentions* to consult with .the Democrats before decisions were mads, mation from well-informed .source^ in Budapest that the cardinal had been freedi one week, ,ago and had gone to his d,iqCefie; ,' „ ' ,;„ The Catholic news * service, re port said ^ "" J ' "•*"• By HAU BOYLE NEW YORK W> — A nation that fails to remember in peace the lessons it arns in war runs the lisk of sudden oblivision. Thi? would be a good time for every American soldier and cwi- smashing through their lines in the Ardennes. Locking back now, the frightening thing about the "Battle of the Bulge" achieved is that almost the Germans a? complete a DAR Gets Huge Cake on 25th 1 Birthday In observance of their 25th an niver.sary, Mrs. Dick Watkins, re gent, presented members of th John Cain DAR Chapter and guest with a huge birthday cake bearm the DAR insigna at the regular D cember meet in Hotel Barlow, During the State Regency L. Sigmon of Mon chapter was forme Mrs. Ma.rtin ticejlo, the Gore If sp.id: he maintains line: ihtifejmtt >J<S "In usually? ot the Ht' ported "y Mindszenty.il! cese. p a- 1 a c-e at * zenty -y 'Diocelse) , tltat-,.thp that .altitude he will set general cooperation from us. As one ^ of the severest critic's- of some of his domestic policies, I v/ill not hesitate to give my wholehearted support to him on international and military prob- YatestoTell Plan for Financing 3 By" RUSSELL BRINES WASHINQTON . . . Iff) Eugene A. Yatf:s, a key figure in the Dixon- Yates power controversy, was called • before the Securities ond Ex change Commission today to testify on plnns for financing a new 107-million-clollar power plant near the Tennessee Valley. Yates, head of the Southern Cq., faced questioning also on his con primate is not staying in Bom. T .}', < ' ' "The report of the cardinal's release itself was 'neither cor^h-med nor denied by the palace." Er.dre Marlon, Associated Press correspondent in Budapest, snid-by telephone he had heardi nothing to indicate ihat Cardinal Mindszenty had been released. Mindszenty was sentenced to, life imprisonment by a Red court Fob'. TS$?* t &#\\- OTJtt™ Cqngress? m 8, 1949. The court convicted him of treason, seeking, to overthrow mid the tactical surpj-jse as the Japanese in their before of the following sentence: afraid of the other t won't guy, but V either." A decade ago today underestinjate the entire free world awoKe to the vulue of this lesson with a shocked dismay This is the tenth anniversary of Adolf Pearl the foggy moaning when sprung a Qerinar. pn U;o AWos by in Hawai. The bittev lesspn of Peavl Harbor" never-low-rate your enemy" had been almost forgotten, certainly by the people at home and piobably even by some o* the top bra. c s. Final victory seemed so near in Furope. Tfeo Nazis, suflcjwg ter- with Mrs. C. A< Haynes serving a organi?ing ' regent. While work of; the DA'R has always been patriotic, historical and educational m its objectives, the Hope Chapter's mQSt outstanding work was during World War U jri providing aid for men an«J wpmen in the service and contiibutini to. the comfort of those in service hospitals. John Cain phapter has steadily grown and now has the laigest membership in history. following the luncheon, the Rev, Edmund Pendleton c-JE First Christ. sultation among all. 14. NATO goy. ernmcnts would be too length a process in nn emergency, French sources said Mendes-Franco had drafted a proposal that, the NATO Council give emergency powers to act for it in a crisis to a new pp. litical "standing group" set up in Paris by the United States, Britain and France, Such a -three-man committee would parallel NATO's military standing group which the Bis Three maintains in Washington to direct the alliance's military strategy, • - • " fr_ _ T-— —_ —-• ? Masonic Lodge to Confer Degree Whitfield Masonic Lodge No, 239 will confer an Entered Apprentice degree at 7:30 Friday night at Ma- soni.c Hall. A» Masons are expected to attend, versations with government utility officials leading to power contract. The commission will decide whether to penv.it the Southern Co and Middle South utilities, Inc., headed by Edgar H. Dixpn, bo buy the 5Va million dollar capital stock of the Mississippi Valley crating Co. That firm was organized by the two holding companies to construct and operate the proposed plant under a 25-year contract with the Atornci Energy Commission. The plant would furnish power to the Tennessee Valley Authority in the Memphis, Term. araa. Some TVA electricity now is used by the AEC. th e Communist government 'in favor pf the Hapsburg monarchy rnd illegal trading in dollars from the United State? and thw Vatican. The trial and sentence brought a crescendo pf indignation from he Wesern world. President Truman termed the action "infn' inous." '" The Catholic Press Agency re. ported on Oct. 8, that Mlndszenty's jailers were permitting him to see his aged mother once a monlh and that his health wag poor. The news service said then that the prelate had been confined to a villa near Nogradveroce s jnce May and was taken each month to a point near Budapest to see his mother, -, m,ijtee thpt t bill obuld vote.' •' -* The '2U 1931, TN can block 1 legislat nitely/ a jmKj freely On* p^t -year In/fhft T ;now qQn Cdmmittee w«l.! 4 b Heaps.,. $"* . York/ the top conjmitjee invthe.prp'qiiy Postoffice to Stoy Open Saturday p. m. Postmaster Robert Wilson said this morning that Hope Post Office would keep the parcel post window open again Saturday, Da. cember 18, until 6 p. m. for bene* fit of the public. However, he ad« vised the public to matj their packages before Saturday « they ex» pect them to be delivered by Christmas, Many packages mailed that late can't bo delivered in time for Christmas, All Around the Town •y Th* tt»r Hempstead County did it's part'. Hope, Emmet and Prescott groups during Safe-driving day with State here Tuesday night amj discussed Police reporting no wreck at .all plans for Highway 07 , . , points in the County ..-, but m the City at along the route may as well be Third and Hervey two trucks col-1 resigned to the fact that sooner a Nevada this area staoe as far rible battle ian ifys Truck Domoged in Local Accident A Kingr-Transport truck' crashed into- a Strickland- transport truck at Thii'4 ftiidt Hervey yesterday resulting in heavy damage t,o the lided, one was following too close, , however, both drivers were from out of state. Another small still was destroyed a little over a mile west of Fulton this week, bringing to 33, the number of moonshine liquor rigs' destroyed by the sheriff's office ft, the past two years. Rob Shivers has received a yuj? ing from th? 'Attorney General can hoW two qffices • • •• 07 will run around the PVMt""« *" A»Va»J >*»*."W(a.f T— - 3TVT.T-. T*T f^-r -^ - -,. - • ,- - - • King vehicle which was driven by a justice pf the peace, he O. LeJune, City Police reported, elected a constable by wr LeJune was charged with fpHqwing votes in the general election, too close. It was the pnly accident In the cown,ty<jurin$ Jh,p Safe Priv* . JteliWay. SWvWgf ,?«Jd s4w!

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