Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 23, 1954 · Page 21
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iy^^f^'F*'^* 2 ' ^^(v?^^% ? ?J?^ ^ ,, " i^ ; | STAt, HUM, ARKANSAS tl^ ' - |iekfti&t good wbhes ^aticlydufs, Merry *f "BURK sld& fteba - Noha - Jimmie E'S" • Buddy * Dorothy - Syvell Nations Can't Survive by Old Fashioned War 6y JAMES MARLOW AVASHINGTON W» The Russians woiHd give the Allies something to think about,, although per- haJJS not for long if thuy should attack Western Europe simultaneously with the announcement they would use no atomic weapons. Such a Russian invitation to the Allies to avoid atomic war by trying to stop them in the usual way of old-fashioned wats would have fome appeal to the West Euro penns who living near Russia fear, being consumed in atomic furnaces. But they could hardly survive if they tried to fight an old-fashioned war judging from the comparative estimates of the ground forces of th» Russians and the 14- momber North Atlantic Treaty Or- garization. Person NATO land strength has bern unofficially figured at 100 divisions, including forces of Greece attd Turkey re"&d> within a month efte* mobilization. A month might >6 tea late. The Cointnunists re- jottedly have 300 divisions. TTie aim of the Nato Military commanders is hot to try to match the Russians man for man but to rely not only in discouraging a! ROEBUCK AND CO. .*•>*>• V»VA NV'A ^ i^4T Mf^ t> , ^Kii'> i '* «V^£ yreeti T'> SaiA" $m-£; ^:F*|*;' ; \>, •" T X * •« V * r V" v *. • ' , • ' •' %%»'; L/?y ,-, > This wreath of holly brings to • our' friends all warm wishes for ; ;.' the season and a wealth of joys for the 7, N New Year > • ff 1 ^ ' ^ W 216J S. MAIN HOPE, ARK. f#* i < > ?* «, The Christmas star still shines today as if did hundreds of ,yeurs dgp:;-As it .guided the wise men to the new bo in |<^i n g — let it co.ntinue to yuult- each of us to renew that spirit of faitj^ w.ithin ogi; own lives .• • i ' A ' ' • , . '.Let us find peace of heart tlial leads to complete happiness , r -.* ',.^ '*n-_ •:v>'. - V> ST" FT' $w^ QwA^ it , f i W C< ir |y,' ^ ( . G, GARRETT **£,';', Russian attack but in meeting it if it comes on new weapons. Nevertheless the final decision on atomic weapons Will be in the hands of the civilian heads of the NATO governments not the military commanders provided they have tie to consult and decide, tt was with this new atomic ar- fcenal of NATO in mir.d that Sec- letary of State Dulles this week confidently predicted the Russians would be thrown back at the 'threshold" if they tried an attack. Any decision on trying to stop the Russian atomically would fall into two parts, depending on what the Russians did. The Russians could be hit tactically with atomic weapons limited to military targets. Or they could be hit tactically and strategically. The latter would incude bombing far in the rear perhaps on Russian cities. If the Allies hit the Russians with atomic fire tactically but not strategically, the Russians in order to avoid atomic retaliation on their rear might want to reply with atomic weapons tactically too, but only tactically. If either the Russians or the West started strategic bombing the full atomic war v/ould be on since the one so attacked would reply in kind, and in a hurry if it still could. At his news conference Dulles seemed clearly to be saying that if the Russians attack in Europe they will be hit at once with atom- c weapons used tactically. But when he was asked if the West vould also hit Russia strategical- y he declined a direct answer. He said he didn't want to hand the Russians that kind of information >eforehand. BAD SITUATION MARINETIE W is. (UP) Dis covery tha t applicants for high school basketball refereeing jobs have been cheating in their exam has raised a perplexing problem for the Wisconsin Interscholasti Athletic Association. The association says it doesn t know which is wors e that the prospective officials were dishonest or that they didn't know the rules of the game. HAPPY HUBBYS WACO Tex., (UP) The 10th Court of Civil Appeals has given Texas husbands a Christmas present. The court ruled yesterday that !he state's community property law wprks both ways and a husband has the right to withdraw money from his wife's bank account. Newsman Stabbed to Death by Wife INDIANAPOLIS W) Julian Sullivan 36, Sunday editor of the Indianapolis Star, was stabbed to death in his home early today after a pre-Christmas party. His wife, Betty, told officers Sullivan was stabbed in the chest While they struggled over a kitchen paring knife in an argument. Dep. Sheriff Richard Scott said Mrs. Sullivan reported her husband got the knife and told her, "I'm going to win this fight." The officer said Mrs. Sullivan told him, "I always win all the fights." Tha lower branches of the Sullivan's Christmas tiee hsd bee-i trampled Their 2-year-old son was asleep in a nearby room. John Lineham sheriff's investigator, snid Mrs.'Sullivan would be arraigned later today on a preliminary charge of murder. Although snakes cannot strike as effectively when they are in water, their bites arc almost as poisonous under water as on land. paiTh.. .*. Wt • ••. * * B!iv** te the Path to Peace ^ r*" •*">* ">Ar -J-^ J j£°'Sr"- -• * v ^ * "' JJJJ*JJ Jj.JaJ.Jj j Legal Notice No 7682 In the Chancery Court of Hempstead County. Ark. QUEEN ESTHER HAMILTON ^ ; Plaintiff vs. MARVELL HAMILTON Defendant ""WARNING ORDER The defendant, Maryell Hamilton is warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff, Queen Esther Hamilton. ' Witness my hand and the seal ot said court this 26th day of October 1954. Garrett Willis. Clerk By L. C. Byers, D. C. (SEAL) L. E. Crain, Attorney for Plaintiff John P. Vesey, Attorney Ad Lilem Dec 2. 9. 16, 23 Legal Notice IN THE HEMPSTEAD CHANCERY COURT CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK OF HOPE PLAINTIFF VS, J. W. POLLARD AND E. FRANCES J. POLLARD, HIS WIFE, AND MRS. CECIL MAY ALLISON, INCOMPETENT, AND REVA GARRETT SNYDER AS GUARDIAN FOR MRS. CECIL MAY ALLISON, INCOMPETENT .;..... DEFENDANTS "" WARNING ORDER The defendants, J. W. Pollard and E. Frances J. Pollard, his wife, arc hereby warned to appear in this court within thirty days hereafter and answer the complaint of the plaintiff herein. WITNESS My hand and seal ns Clerk pl this Court on this 22nd day of December, 1954. GARRETT WILLIS Clerk Dec. 23, 30, Jan. 6, 13 JOYOUS CHRISTMAS |py r^ign jn^ the World... in yttir titme ,,,in hpinpr o( Him we celebrate. MACK E, BROWN GROCERY CO, Let our good wishe* {or your holiday hap- Oiness light your path to peace and joy! CRESCENT DRUG ••'•.! r-.-m V& ii i m ^''r crlrbicitr the biithday \ '•' '( of out Kinq the birthday * ? ••.t •, of the Child bom ot Bethje \j hem centimes oqo. With this' ^ birth came faith . . . faith in ;|' mankind fdit'h in .ete.rrial : ^ happiness. Lot us tod^y^-rei; '• -•new this f ait hVvvTf'i IT''the--,'•••;! : • '' v .- ' •'.'-. • ' •- ' ' ' }• .one path to lasting pebce •] i-vqnd good will to 1 allmeii/ ;"•> ;•.'.-» I m York Furniture Co. !• ' Herndon - Cornelius Funeral ? JHpme Hope Furniture Company LOUISIANA-NEVADA ' r . Transit Co. A Recipe for Christmas Take the crisp cold of a December night, add two generous parts of snow, stir in air so clear it tinkles. Into a generous heart, mix the wonder of a little girl, the sparkle of a young boy's glance, the love of parents arid set gently before the Chimney side, Add the lightest touch of a reindeer's hoofs, a sprig of holly, a SCgnt of fir, • ' ' ' ' ' Set the mixture to rise in the warmth of a dream of good will.to men. It-will be almost ready to serve when it bubbles with warmth and good feeling. Bedeck with the light of a star set in the East, garnish with shining balls ef gold, silver and red, . . Serve to the tune of an ancient carol in the middle of the family table, This recipe is sufficient for all the men qnd^women you will ever meet. With best wishes for a Merry Christmas .,'..,.. JIMMY COOK SHERIFF ELECT MOM StAR, HOU, AtKANSAS TotafVote Records Set by Congress |y D. HAfl&LO OLIVER WASHiflttJTOfr (#) Two new trttil vote records »6fe set in the J9S4 congressional elections which saw the DemocfSts'foil up, a 2,185- S27^vot6 miflJh over the Republic^ins in the \6ggfegate ballot for the U, S. House, Close raws for- senator governor and repreSetative were touted bjr the dozen in the Nov. ballotinjf. tfttal official figures tabulated by the Associated Press showed that Republicans outvoted the Democrats in the House vote out side the nor mal ly Democratic South by 164,886. This margin sharp drop from the OOP margin of 1.610,000 fn the same 37 states in the last mid-term election in 1950. iThe Democratic national edge of 2l$5,327 compared with their plurality of only 248,000 four years ago. The total Vote cast in the nation was 44,447,496.8 gain of 1,985,414 or 4.7 per cent. The aggregate bal lot for House candidates was 42,577,606 an increase of 2,225,774 or 5.5 per cent. The former highs were recorded in 1950. Of the total House vote re- gatded as best for cofhpiaffctlve purposes in mid-terift eWeUoft! the Democrats polled 2K8L9M of 52.3 per cent; the fcSpubJieafiif 20,096,661 or 47.2 pet cent ifld others 199,047 or 0.5 per cent Detft' ot-fats polled 49.5 per cent In I9o0 and the Republicans 48.9. Missouri had a total vote Of 1,1B4,813 for Jiot'.se caftddiates 6f which 519091 or 43.8 per cent was Republican and 065,722 of 562 £ef cent was Democrat. This compares with a 1950 total Vote of 1,129,558 with 552,014 or 44.2 per csnt Republican and 697,542 or 55.8 per c^ht Democrat. Democrats in winning control of the House 232 to 203 and the Senate 48 to 47 with one hide pendent gained over their 1950 House vote in 28 states the Republicans in 28. Democrats oUlpolleJ Republicans in the combined Holile vote in 28 states as against 21 In 1954, 15 agaist 10 outside the South. As usual in an election so close as the last one, a switch of a few i hundred votes only 865 in Mofr tana or 1,332 in Oregon in both of which the Democrats wof would have mean tretenlion 6f Senate control by the Republicans. So close were some of the races for Congress that losers conceded only in the last couple of weeks after recounts. Reasons for Cut in Armed Forces A bat, banded near Carlsbad, N. M. has been recovered 800 miles away in Jalisco State, Mexico. Old word* ring true, so ." '•"''•' \ once «£am we're wishing you / /. A Very Merry Christmas Oklahoma Tire & Supply OR your patfdnag* and friendly good wilt ] please accept pur lift* if ' •••'•'••> • :.-'•' 1 ' ,cere thanks and BEST CHRISTMAS WARD & SON DRUGGIST Cox Bros. Foundry & Machine Co. GREETINGS I, at Chri$mfl$ May the hallowed peace . '. " : : And th^ blessings be with you always, CITYCLEANE 6y JAMtS MAR LOW Associated Press News Analyst WASHINGTON Oft Why are the American armed forces being cut in numbers with most of the reduction in ground troops from the present strength of 3,218,000 to 2.815,000 by mid-1956? President Eisenhower has already given one explanation. He'll probably be asked for another because two of his right-hsnd men Secretary of State Dulles and Secretary of Defense Wilson gave explanations which didn't sound the same. When he was asked about the reduction at a news conference Doc. 15 Eisenhower said the cold war may last 50 years and this country, in order to stand the long pull, must save on defense every dollar it can afford to. On Dec. 20 Wilson told a news conference after announcing the exsct size of thp cut, that it is being made because the Elsen- hower administration believes the ihreat of global war has diminished. Yesterday, Dec. 21, Dulles was asked at his news conference whether the military cutback was made because of any feeling war is further away or because this country has developed such powerful new weapons. Dulles r eplied: "The reductions are not due to the fact that we consider the threat has diminished bu merely due to the fact that we think that we have pther ways to cope with the danger." Eisenhower's explanation was understandable as far as it went because the administration has tried to cut defense costs where it could, but some newsmen though they saw a' conflict between . the Dulles and Wilson explanations. Dulles didn't say exactly the didn't think the danger of war hail decreased, but he put the reason for defense manpower cuts on new weapons while Wilson put it on less fear of war. Had Dulles emphasized belief that war fears had decreased, this country's European allies might feel that^if it was safe for the United States to cut is ( armed forces they could start ' cutting theirs. As reassurance to the Europeans, , Dulles stressed that this country hag ,no intentions of reducing or withdrawing any of its troops in. Europe. . Henry Suydam "Dulles' press officer, .was asked -howji he cojld reconcile what appeared to be a conflict between the Dulles and Wilson statements. He said he saw no. conflict. '-•'',•• •• ••• > : Nevertheless; this would jnp.t be the- first .time .that ofcted Jeter. I In October' 1953, Wilson told a news coherence the development of new weapons would eventually permit this country to pull some of its troops cut of Europe. Allies there were alarmed. Tc calm them in the fall of 1953 DuUes said this country had n6 plans to cat back its forces in Europe, a statement ho repeated a number of times afterwards, including yesterdajr. Students have attributed some repors of fish and frogs falling with rain to waterspouts which may have sucked up the animals. GULF REFINING CO. PRODUCTS Distributer. KING'S DRIVE-IN The carols of Christmastime are in the air again. They bid us celebrate once more the birthday of Him, Whose coming brought peace and joy and good will to man. They if bid M raise our songs of praise and bring to the Holy Baby our gifts of gold and frankincense and myrrh. &B- est Wishes jor Christmas BARRY'S GRQ or pour anb frtenblp soob toiU please aetept our sincere tfjanfe* anb best fiibrt for Cfjttetmaal • , ^ .' * "YiNM fe • ^^ MMH •• • ta M ^M 1. * ttte. «. jt V ^ M~ if ,»£ ir^ MR. and MRS. FRED E. /1/lHRRV £WST$H ' /./• .1 \4t. . >. r s JL at V* LAHACLEANE ^ < f ' k > A * "•* ,'^t ^?m* .„,,„.„ , .... » ^v^ I .,^^^~ f ^^--^,^--.f~ ^^^^w^^m^jp^^,™™^,—-- ^ „ , P <, I; t PA K I MINI *™ tt !?USi( 1 ^'^'-' -*>*j- , - A.-J?*HTtlefilri-"> A.<L. :, ». a l*ifc. J i ' . .1* &t&Vi^> "^/J 1

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