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f- v V - "" r ^/>-vt % , s/ - <- HOPE STAR, HOPE, A R K A N S A S t*. "SH & j '^'JT l *• .1 'i fl t **» aHWN JF £ *~ - r *''^i t, * •** f * £t *••*•'" *£ *<. - 1 ' , ^ / ^L, *'" Tr - >- * -i "- 1 4 " 7 , - -., .,-".'» ' -'•' ' ; •- -• '«?'•*" Friday, December 44, 1954 kttftuuK V'/' $fj ; : ''7 ti A, ••, -,-" , News of the CHURCHES ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev. William J. Fltzhugh Pr!est-ln-Charge Friday December 25 10 a. m. Holy Communion and Sermon St. Stephen's Day 7:30 p. m. Holy Communion and sermon. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH S. A. Whitlow, Pastor Sunday 9:30 a. m. — Sunday School W. H. Munn, Supt. 10:50 a. m. Morning Worship with sermon by the pastor. 6:30 p. m. Baptist Training Union, H. E. Thrash, Director. 7:45 p. m. Evening Worship with sermon by the Pastor. Wednesday 7 p. m. Sunday School Officers and teachers' meeting. 7:45 p. m. Fellowship Hour • The Midweek Worship for the Whole Family. 7 p. m. Evening Worship Sermon: "What Does It Mean To Be A Christian?" Minister. There will be no Adult Choir Practice this week. Thursday December 31 The MYF 1 Groupes will have a "Watch?night" service at the Church closing with a holy communion service n the Sanctu* ary at mid-night. January 9 through January 11 1955 School -of Missions in this church. 'A Our Lady Of Good Hope Church Father A. G .Dunleavy Pastor The church will celebrate the Birth of Jesus with appropriate ceremonies beginnng with a High ---- . iMass at midnight on Christmas agsjSe&Essr^. 10:50 a. m. Morning Worship 'Adam! Where Art Thou" 6:00-7:30 p. m. Christian Youth Fellowship 2:30-4:00 'p. m. Communion service to shut-ins. 7:30 p. m. Evening Worship 'Watch and Pray" Friday ' 'Family Night Watch-Party . . . No dinner but refreshments. Come GARRETT MEMORIAL BAPTIST 300 North Ferguson Street Eld. Elbert O'Steen, Pastor Sunday 9 a. m. Rock of Ages Broadcast over KXAR. 9:50 a. m. Sunday School. Paul Church Supt. 11 a. m. Morning Worship 6:30 p. m. B. T. S. Perry Purtle President. 7:30 p. m. Evening Worship Monday 2 p. m.. Senior Ladies Auxiliary Tuesday .7:30 p. m. Young Men's Brotherhood. Thomas Smith, President, Girls Auxiliary, Carolyn Phillips, President. Wednesday 7 p. m, Teachers Meeting 7:30 p. m. Mid-week Service Thursday 7:30 p. m. Junior Ladies Auxiliary, Mrs. Lyle Allen, President. objectives. So find the church of your choice and attend regular. CHURCH OF CHRIST 5th and Grady Street F. L. Jennings, Minister Sunday 9:45 Bible Study 10:37 Preaching 6:30 p. m. Bible Study, Classes for all ages. Tuesday 9:30 a.m. Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Ladles Bible Stud? Bible Study CHURCH OF CHRIST Walnut Street Elton Hughes, Minister Sunday 9:45 a. m. Bible School 10:50 a. m. Preaching 11:30 a. m. Communion 6 p. m. Bible Study 7 p. m. Preaching Tuesday 9:30 a. m. Ladles Bible Study 7:15 p. m. Men's Bible Study Wednesday 7:15 p. m. — Teachers Meeting 7:30 p. m. Bible Study You are always welcome at the Church of Christ. isr entur Caeli — Psalm Tone XII, Olleluia. Communion Insplendoribus — Psalm iTone III. Ordinary . of the Mass, Missa Brevis No. 3 — Montani. Credo No III Gregorian. Offertory Motet Adeste Fidelis — Traditional. Preceding, the Mass, there will be a Carol Service at 11:45. The celebrant for the High Mass will be th Rev. A. G. Dunleavy, pastor of the church. Confessions will be heard on Friday afternoon 4:00 to 5:00. Friday evening 7:00 tc 8:00 Mass Schedule Midnight Mass 12:00 2nd Mass 6. a. m. Our Daily Bread Sliced Thin by The Editor _ Alex. H. Washburn Gazette Fiddles WitK Words While Tax Storehouse Burns The difference between a news* paper and the Arkansas Gazette ,is that the one speaks out before an $3? election in language the people understand, while the other safely waits until after the election and then utters oracular words nobody understands. I am aware that these remarks put me in the painful position of seeming to belabor a declining dog, for it is obvious even to the casual reader that the Gazette is no long- Hope Star 56TH YEAR: VOU- .56 — NO. 62 Stor of Hope 1899, PreM 192? Consolidated Jan. 18, 1929 HOPE, ARKANSAS, MONDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1954 A*. N«t Pfttd Cirri. t MM. tndlin S«>f< M, 1»M *» HOPE GOSPEL TABERNACLE Rev. C. S. Walker, Pastor Rev. G. E, Hicks, Music-Youth Director. 9:45 a. m. — Sunday School, BUI Morton, Supt. 10:00 a. m. — Radio Bible Class, Broadcast over KXAR, Rev. C. S. Walker, Teacher, • 11:00 a. m. — Moining Worsnip sermon by the oastor. 6:30 p. m. — Senior C. A., Junior C. A.. Primary C. A. 7:30 p: m. Evangelistic Servihe, sermon by the pastor. Monday 2:30 p. m. Womens Missionary Council. Tuesday 7:30 p, m. Choir Rehearsal Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Mid-Week Service. The public is cordially invited to attend all services. FJRST PRESBYTERIAN 701 South Main Street Rev. L. T.. Lawrence. D. D* Minister The Men's Bible Class will mew in the Fellowship Hall at 9:30 ,». m. for doughnuts and coffee; the lesson at 10 will the taught by Jack Lowe; Dr. J. W. Branch, pianist. 10:00 a. m. — Sunday School, James H. Miller, Superintendent. 10:55 a. m. Morning Worship Christian Student Day, The students will have entire charge of the service; special features will be a solo by Miss Roberta Howard, and a duet by Misses Ann Barr and Paula IJaley. Mr. Robert Hyatt will preside. Palmer Sells Paper at Russellville RUSSELLVILLE — (/P) The Rus sellville Courier Democrat has been purchased by John Guion of Paris, Ark. and Bob Breeden of Clejje land, Okla. The five-day-a-week newspaper was sold by C. E. Palmer of Texarkana and the Fayetteville Dem ocrat Publishing Co:, who hive owned the daily since 1951. The sale includes equipment but not the Courier-Democrat building. The purchase price was not an nounced. Guion and Brceden own the Russellville Weekly Tribune and the Paris Express, another weekly In addition, Breeden is publisher of three Oklahoma weeklies. The new publishers announced that starting Jan. 1, effective date of be CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Fifth and Pine St. Garland Johnson, Pastor Sunday 9:45 a. m. Sunday School, J. D Bullock, Supt. 11 a. m. Mornlrg Worship, 7:15 N. Y. P. S, 7:45 p. m. Evangelistic Service Guest speaker, Rev. Charles Faulkner, sermon "Jesus Christ the Same Yesterday, Today, and Forever." Wednesday 2 p. m .Prayer and Fasting service. 7:30 p, m. Prayer meeting. 5 p. m. Vesper Service Christmas Cantata "Carols Christmas" This service will broadcast over KXAR. 6 p. m. P. Y. F. service . • Sandra Robins will have charge of the program. Monday 7 p. m. Choir practice of the sale, consolidated the Tribune with the will be Courier FIRST METHODIST CHUPlCH West und at Pln« V. D. Keelev. Pastor 9:45 a. m. Church School C. V. Nunn Jr., will teach the Century Bible Class. Election of new officers and teachers at Sunday School next Sunday. 10:55 a. m. Morning Worship Morning Message by Albert Graves Jr., God" Wr> fftr ' FIRST CHRISTIAN 210 North Main Edmund Pendleton, Minister 9:45 a. m. Sunday School "The Whole Duty of Man" Topic: "Why I believe In This is Student Recognition Day and all College students home for the holidays will be our "Special Guests" and will have charge of the morning worship service. 5:30 p m. Intermediate MYF • 5:30 p. m. Senior MYF , 5:30 p. m. Wesley Club Democrat and Craig Lovesy, present editor of the Tribune, will be come manager editor of the daily. $400,000 Raised for Negro School HOLLWOOD (1ft A television apeal for a million dotUrs to help expand a Negro school in a small Mississippi community has brought an estimated $400,000-10 per cent of the amount sought • within a week. NBC announced yesterday that 66 bags of mail already opened contained $217,50C and another 64 bags are expected to yield an additional $200",000. The appeal was made by Ralph Edwarls on his 'This Is Your Lifs program which last week cold the stc-iy of'Dr. L. C. Jones, 70, a Negro educator and his 16,000-acre school at Piney Woods. Edwards asked a million people to rent in $1 each for continuing and expanding the school. More than 5,000 privately owne,d industrial organizations employ 250,000 scientists in their own see- ntific institutions. 2p ' , " • • % This Series of Church Ads Is Being Published Through the Cooperation of the Local Ministerial Alliance and k ';' ' Is Sponsored by the Undersigned Individuals and Business Institutions ji'y Manufacturing Co. L. C, Kennedy Grocery Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Kennedy — S. Main Hope Transfer & St^e Co. Gunte^i, U^ber Co. W. Shanhouse Sons, Inc. Clothing Manufacturers Owen's Department Store Ben Owen Supply C. D. Lauterbach General Contractor Groydon Anthony Lumber Co. Lewisville ™ : " 1 "--" RaI Montgomery Mgrket Southwestern Packing Co. Pork and Beef Packers Cities Service Station Grover Thompson M Beverage Company ' ' . -'A. JU l»f»ge Rettig Nash Motors Nash Sales & Service Crescent Drug Store \ Put Christ First — Lets Go to Church Butane Gas Co. Butane Gas and Appliances Hope Basket Company Phone 7-2345 Citizens National Bqnk Member FDIC 5ih Company ( U. a. Oarrett Hope Federal Savings and Loan Association "Real Estate Loans to Buy-Build-Repalr Stephens Grocer Co. Wholesale Grocers Hope Furniture Co, Headquarters for Fine Furniture Feeders Supply Company Porter Garage & Glass Shop Your Purina Dealer Expert Auto Repair — Glass Installed Midwest Dairy Products Nature's Most HeaJthfuj F 0 pd Hope Theatres, Inc. Eldon Coffman, City Mgr, Young Chevrolet Co, Chevrolet Sales & Service Cox Bros. Foundry & Machine . Company Everything in Machine Shop W«* William M. Duckett Buyers of Scrap iron & Metal Bryn§r*lvory Handle Co. «• ?J»one 7-2304 , Mid-South' Cotton & Supply A. iP. Siusser Collier Tira|& Battery §ery|| First Notional Bank Franks & Son Wholesale Fruit an<| er the institution of character, j eft a Rrirr a fti!rma:.h today of the Record Holiday Death Toll Is Already at 475 By The Associated Press A record accident death tell courage and truth that it was a de-: nat j on - s cade ago. Nevertheless, the Gazette en( j. ' chriscmas holiday week- 'said something editorially Satur-j Tne violl , nt 'death j i3t reached day, December 25, which requires 47 - durine lhe lwo .dny, 54-hour pea reply from the honest section of liod fl . o;T1 G p m F ric i a y to mid- the Arkansas press. Said the Gazette: "The cities have virtually abandoned adequate assessments as the solution of their urgent financial problem—or at least cities have not turned to assessment reform for a solu- •£.. tion of their difficulties. "If the men who wrote the Constitution of 1874 could be asked today, Why did you limit city tax rates to 5 mills and why did you limit other tax rates? they might naturally answer with the question, Why hasn't property been assessed at figures that would yield more revenue?" Now the record will show that the c. Arkansas Gazette never said a fav- 'orable word when the Joint Tax Revision Committee was trying to draft an assessment reform measure two years ago—neither then, nor last spring when Governor Cherry was trying to decide whether to make an effort to rally public support for the bill or abandon it, nor in November when Proposed Amendment 43 finally appeared on the general election ballot and was night Sunday. Deaths in traffic numbered 362. Fires claimed 59 lives. The remaining 54 victims met death in a wide variety of mishaps. Tho trafiic toll carr.» very close to th.? National Safely Council's 1 pre-hcliday estimate of 370 fatalities. It was far heavier than lhe earlier record of 277 traffic deaths for a similar period at Christmas 1948. The overall total too, surpassed the 1943 mark of 39ti. The holiday accident death figures compared with a non-holiday weekend count by the Associated Press Dec. 10-12 of 225 traffic deaths, 3 in fires and 67 from miscellaneous mishaps. Continued on Page Two Chou in Stout Words About Formosa TOKYOItfi Red China's Premier Chou Er-lai, in one of his "most ^ voted down by an uninformed bristling statements to date says Vf'electorate. "the Chinese people will never All that the Gazette now says'hKlt" until ihe Red flag flys over about the cities robbing the state]Formosa,- island holdout of Chiang government instead of raising their IKai-shek's- Chinese Ntionlists, Russia Trying to Woo Japan Through Paris TOKYO (/P) — Russia was tre- ported today to be wooing Japan via Commuinst satellite embassies in Paris. Japan is replying with a cautious wait-and-see attitude, diplomatic sources here said. A report from Paris said Communist Poland sounded out Japan's French ambassador on the possibility of renewing diplomatic relations with Russia and Poland. Foreign Minister Mameru Shte- mitsu reportedly instructed Japan's ambassador to Paris, Kumao Kishlmura, to reply cautiously to Stanislaw G&iweski, Polish ambassador to France. Gaiweski reportedly contacted Nishimura about 10 days ago. He is said to have offered .Warsaw's , good offices in reestablishing Japanese-Soviet relations. Gaiweski's reported feeler came in the wake of propaganda from Moscow indicating the Kremlin wants ^.o "normalize'' relations with the Japanese. Mendes Crams in Fight for Appr rman Preside! Anxious Eye on French Vote By WILMOT HERCHER AUGUSTA, Ga. \X> President France's rearmn- "SANTA" WAS THEIR CHRISTMAS GIFT — Santa came . from the North Pole, and when he took off his whiskers, lo and ? beheld it was daddy! Sgt Donald M. Roof, of Harrisburg, Pa., s , reun ted with daughter Vickie, 5, his wife, and son Donald, 11, in ;; ; New York City, after being flown in from Keflevlk. Iceland, where ^ he has been stationed for the past year. A New York-or.g.nated TV | program reached as far north as they could to bring home a service-,:? man as a present' to his family — NEA Telephoto own funds is mere lip service to a cause the Gazette won't fight for when the chips are down. Chou voiced this last Communist threat to capture Formosa before a government- sanctioned Ever since adoption of the state [consultative conference in Pfciping sales tax in 1935—a tax which The last Tuesday. Peiping radio did not Star helped promote editorially ah broadcast Chou's remarks until through 1934—this newspaper has been firing blasts at the County (^.-Judges Association and the Municipal League' of Arkansas for their systematic diversion of sales tax funds which had been dedicated from the beginning to the public schools, aged-paupers, orphans, and the blind. But alter all these years, and obtaining no results, The" Star concluded that the problem had to be tackled through _a reform of the property assessing system. A reasonable enough conclusion, ** I think. But the Gazette, having no convictions, could reach no conclusion. It's as evasive as the French parliament in making words sorry . substitute for obligatory action. yesterday. "Taiwan quoted- him as .(Formosa) is - saying: . territory and the Chinese peopl~> will never halt until Taiwan :s liberated. . ..The Chinese people esolutely demand that the United States withdraw all its armed bees from Tawian" Chou, at the same time, boasted li£t China no longer is a At Least 7 Injured in Accidents weak Four persons were injured abou 4:30 p. m. yesterday in a truck-car accident on of Prescott and charges of driving | while intoxicated were filed aganst lation and would not beg for peace at the price of surrendering territorial clajms. He culled the recetly- signed rnutuRl defense treaty'under which .he United States promises to de:encl Formosa and the nearby Pescadores as "a great menace to peace in the Far East and Asia." The Chinese Communist leader charged that the United States attempted "to cover up the aggressive substance of the ... treaty" by creating "a great clamor about the ... U. S. spies that had been justly convicted in China" That was Chou's only reference lo lhe 11 U. S. airmen imprisoned by the Reds on spy charges. He made no mention of U. SN. Secretary General Dag Hammarskiold's projected trip to Peiping to seek the airmen's release. West Union at Stake on Three Votes PARIS, (UP) Premier Peirre Mendes-France is striking the future of West European Union, German rearmament and his own gov- i c-rment on three confidence votes. y Defeat on ay oe of the would mean .his downfall. In capsule, form, here are three the issues on which the votes .will be taken: An amendment permitting Eisenhower, awaiting vote on West German ment, had another, \or\s telephone consultation with Secretary of State Dulles this rnprnlng. The White House reported that Dulles told the President there was very little information on the progress of debate in the French National Assembly. The plan to rearm the Germans as an equal partner in the free Western alliance must run the course of five more votes in the assembly, and indications were that it would be late in. the day before the final decision was i cached. If the French reject the plan, lhe President may return at once to Washington to grapple with a new world situation. His personal plane, Columbine; III, is standing by at Bush Field near Augusta. If German rearmament is approved, EisenhoWer will probably stay at his holiday retreat until Jan. 3,'working on his first mes- saees to the new Congress and playing some golf. James C. Hagerty, White, House Expected A1 LongDey< " By -WlfcBtm (C'LAttt PAHlS ,(tJP> Mendea-Frarice, support„ today *,- ing fight for afc West German entry into the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). Included in this amend- MONEY MURDER MISFIRES — James Cobb, 33, of Tampa, right, Is questioned by Guy Callssi, Bergen County, N..J., orosecutor after Cobb's arrest outside the home of Paul Hall, secretary.tVeasurer of the AFL Seafarer's Union , on a charge of conspiracy^ -to commit murder. In an alleged plot to slay the union -h?ef at Hackensack, N. J., Calissi says Cobb told police he had been promised $15,000 for the job. Four other men, including a contender for Hall's $28,000-a.year job, are being held in connection with the alleged plot. — NEA Telephoto British Probe Crash Which Killed 28 PRESTWICK Scotland (UP) Yule Buying May Set a New Peak WASHINGTON (UP) rr.ent is a acceptance fcjto* Paris' and Bbto 'a 6H ; $r<r~~~~""" > '": -' ; ous v exchange Of "all documents necessary tc carrying ; out the agcee- ment. • 2 A demand by Mendes-France that the - assembly reject two amendments which would put p£f approval of German rearmament for at-least a year, in the hope of further negotiation with the Soviet Union. 3. Assuming he wins the first two, Mendes-France then is expected to pos the third on which French law demands a delay of 24 hours. The third is his demand that the chamber reverse its rejection of the West European Union (WEU), the organization of unity and control which is the heart of lhe whole defense system. It was believed that acceptance of No. 1 would assukore passage of Na. 3. press secretary, announced' today it has been decided to send the Presidents budget message to Congress Jan. 17, and follow With IT'S A FACT, MA'AM. — There's going to be a real- Ife Joe Friday on the trail of crlmt inals in the near future. ^ Friday, namesake of the radio - TV sergeant of the dum-dee*dum- dum school, plans to enroll In the Milwaukee, Misc.. police training school — NEA Tele photo. ' t , f . into tlic -final Ing debate'! o Unity (WEU),o anenMvlth thf on ttirtfe Votes the Medes'Francl ThctTi owe rfUln of deputies '•'•withes annbunced H' bers 'to vcte at least tc nbstaii against Gen. P'errc De*I 16wer "df 'O " ennounded™ voteyfrom-'a mean "corlidenci policy *ofe- Chou totd the conference his g°v-| d(jwn IQ tpgt landings on a name- rnment feels "great regret over . n ef- Highway 67, just east recent actions by Great Britian. md charges of driving! lie said relations between Brit- and Red China improved during the Geneva conference. But he added that of late Britain "has A. A. Ingersoll of Prescott, State ;a Policeman Travis Ward reported; . °Mr' and Mrs. James Mason andjgerous policy of the United States j e{ ; ond " maio .. Cr3sh tllis yea r scorched runway today in an effort to reconstruct the fatal approach of a Str atocrui.ser that crashed killing 28 persons on Christmas cay. The fiery smashup of the British daughter, Frankie Rachel, Chicago, were treated at a Prescott hospital. Mason, 40, sustained internal injuries; his wife a leg injury and his daughter, lacerations. Ingersoll was treated and released. Trooper' Ward said the accident •ccurred when Ingersoll, driving aggressive bloc en certain major issues." He mentioned Formosa as being one of these "issues." NOISE RECORDINGS WUWUA i cu wiieii uitjtri sun, ui~.iv.iiig j W Aon.I*N «i mrt ,f a pickup truck made a left turn in- 1 codings of noises made ti almost to the path of the Mason car. Oli- £«> s P eclcs of .fish have been gath- ver T. Ingersoll, father of the dir-jered lo as S1 st Navy men who underwater soundings m cer ver of the truck, was not hurt. Three persons were injured about 2 p. m.. yesterday when J. O. Fin- , cher, 52, Saratoga, lost control of search was his car on Highway 55, ran off the ^ ^™ Is , Bnd . s Laboratory. Fish cf the University which one of the airline's planes touched tiie earth short of the runway's end. La.« March 33 a four- engined BOAC Cansteltation dipped too low on its approach to a runway at Kallang Airport in Singapore and crackod up killinf, 33 persons. ' BOAC flew t he Stratocruiser pilot Capt. W. I-'- Stewart, who survived lh3 crash, to Prostwick from London today for questioning. Authorities are trying to determine why one of t!i egiant sots of dual wheels on the Str.ttccvuisnr plowed a furrow in the mud short of the runway pavoment. highway and overturned. The auto .... . traveled '180 feet, according -to: Manne State Policeman R. H. Tong wlioi placed Fincher under arrest on '•& ' charge of driving while intoxicated. • jHarry Tatum, Negro, 54, of Saratoga, sustained head injuries/ and Crocket Stewart, 70, McNab, sustained multiple laberations on the head. Both, were riding with .Fincher. Trooper TpfsgsiBJd Stewart HOMETOWN U S A. •& "Is]been married," demanded Trellis was also charged withbeing dnuikTjcbristmas really fun ' or is it just Mae. 'do you have to be so dull Fincher was treated in a Texark-1 an annual bore" asked TvellU as to say that something that m- .... ,_-.._..-, .... , . ;"" «»wwai . . , volyes l)s both is tne v/jfe'j. work" "Well," replied Wilbur sturdily, the exchange of Christmas pres- ana hospital and released. JMae Feeble, helpmate (•- Ameri- Near Nashville about 1:30 p.. m. lea's most hapless male. three persons were injured in a' -'It is both" said her husband, truck-auto collision. Leyator' Booth, Wilbur, as they surveyed lhe rub£2, Nashville, sustained head injuiv.bie left in their apartment from a Henry Stewart, 19, Nashville, weekend spent in celebrating the head injuries and a fractured left ariival of Santai CJ-aus arm; and Charlie \Vhitmore, 20, visit of four relatives; fractured left "Don't go mystical on me, Ozan. suffered a shoulder. ' Trellis Moe. "We huve to !>e State Trooper Wallace Parnell lical. There are a dozen present? said the accident occurred on the here in the wrong colors or the Sand Hill road when a ton and a wrong sizes that have to be ex' Christ- j oo^i-, ,-,1-ino mas shopping this year may have Investigators rode a research plane smashe< f laUB rec0 rds, government experts report. Preliminary reports to the fed- eal reserve board indicated a 2'/2 per cent increase over 1U5S figues for the first three weeks of the shoping season. Merchants had a multi-million dollar bonus this year in the form of one extra s-hoppiag day during the fourth week of Chiislmas. sales for that week might well have climbed by five per cent. One expert said on the basis of the preliminary figures that he expects buying this year to approach ami perhaps top the record $16,900,000,000. Christmas guy- ng spree of 1952. Sales lart year d.'pped $lC : 400,000,qOO. The most pessimistic government economists conceded that last year's total buying had been top>ed. But they felt the preliminary 'igures are misleading and that j'uying fell short of a new record. The reserve board's fig-ares ara imited tu department store sales, jut these are a time-tested barometer of the Christmas trade. The 'ifiservc- beard's peliminary City Fedeal Reserve district (.-mi-racing Kansas, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Colorado and Wyoming mace the best showing in booming sales during the first three weeks of December. Buj ing in that area was up seven per cunt over last year during the Cirst week; and up eight per cent in the s-ocond ami third week'.;. The Chicago district which covers most of Illinois, Indiana, Wis consin and Mews'" 1 , fared the worst. Sales were off two per cent the first week; woie about the same in the gecoi;.1 and climbed only one per cent in the third. U.S. Troops in Germany Are Ready HEIDELBERG. Germany (UP) American troops' in Europe are combat ready a year end review released by' the army's headquar ters here reported today. The combat efficiency is due in great part to the army's efforts to impove the soldier's life when ho is not in the field training, the report said. As result. American soldiers it Europe went to church more of nancial conference about 9:25 a.m o talk with Dulles. Tho conversa- icm lasted about 15 minutes. Some other special messages to Congress are being drarted, Ha-j- ity said and details will'be announced ovar the course of the next week if the President remains in Augusta. Meanwhile an air of tension pervaded the presidential circle. West German rearmament is an integral part of the administra- ion's defense plan for Europe, and' France's rejection of it, the White House has made clear, would Novrtomes the Time When the Little Woman Starts Taking Back Gifts for Exchange ents does happen to be s wife's job, and that's it, that's the fact, that's the way it is and ylways half truck driven by J. P. Edwards, |ch;.nged. Am. 1 , I'm tired snd you'il 48-year-old Ozan Negro, and the and tho has been, and darn it enyway. I t-sy, either keep n present or throw said it away." Oh, if you think I am going to $eep aamg of these monstrosities y," said Tres^-^ae 'But even if pepple cgn't Booth auto collided on top of a hill. JjQp.th was charged with reckless have to do it." "Oh, no I won't," replied Wil- tur, 'That is wife's work." "Why, after all the years we've , ...... things In lhe right color, why tiin't they gel them »n the riglV 'Because people a»'e peppls ten and spent less time in jai this year than ever before, the re view said. Their combat readiness was in creased by the arrival of severa batteries of "Honest John" guidec missiles capable of carrying atom ic warheads, "Skysweepers" (ra dar directed anti-airrcraft artillery and "Atomic Annies" the 280 mil imeter atomic cannot. The year also saw the end o segregation in barracks and duly assignments, a new high in listments, fore GI education and mere marriages to Germa girls During the same peiod chucl attendance zoomed by 13 per cen iver th e preceding year. Busy chaplains ordered 2). new chapel built at bases in Germany and France. Average monthly attendance in the 287 chapels now oper- f.ting was 300.0CO. 'Segregation came to an end in 1954 culminating a program to fully integrate all Negroes which tegan here in April 1952," an Army spokesman said Negro families as veil as individual soldiers ave given living accomedations witho.ut regard to color. • TACQJJ4, %tsh., (UP) ' holdup man robbed a grocery rnoie than $3QQ last night and left a note wishing stor? owner Johnny The- President our's -thls^Tno'f lauge, bis personal fJr;nricial ad •iser. and Dr. Arthur F.'Burns, •hsirman of the Coundl of Eco- lomic Advisers, working on the we ^messages. Hauge and Burns will take '.he drafts back to Washington today or final revision, Eisenhower interrupted Hunters and Farmers Feud, One Is Dead JASPER, Tex, Wi Two ranchers and five hunters who accused ers ana live numers wno a<;cuB«a <—- T.Ti»j»3" ;h +r«O them of killing a hunting dog shot ^'C^W^ce^ej| it out in a wild Chiistmas , ,Da> &SHS? ^llltl gunfight, cfficer-SYSaja;; < r ^V1^ */*??•' '£<St«9 . , ^ i ._.!_.. 'i... l A_i.iA&£l*. a. prlpvlsion tnat»fuH for A s,ixth hunter, his fi- ie a bitter blow. Premier Mondes-France, fighting for ratification, has demanded a vote of confidence on the issue. The French Parliament is expected to act fomelima today i with the government standing-'orfall- ing on the result. Liist Friday the President said lie considered the adverse vote in the Chamber of Deupties Thursday |3 provisional action as dt "the utmost seriousness to the free world." A new White House ba'd was slain. »Both f.pd another hunter were wounded in the furious exchange of •< some 40 shots. Six men were chargiid with assault to murder, Dist. Atty. J. L, Smith said the prand jury will take up the case Jan. 3. Sheriff Tom Mixon said hunters fdught it out with ranchers they accused of killing n hunting dog. He said the ranchers had ofte n warned hunters they would kill any dogs they found in their pasture. Hoy Miench, *51, Beaumont Tex,, killed by a rifle blast through'tils right shoulder, had left his gun in his truck, Mixon said., "The bachelor rancher brothers, Sterling Garlington, 53, and Dak phin, 43, were among tose wound- frd. Sterling was hospitalized at Beaumont in critical condition, with a rifle shot in his stomach' and tbotgun blasts in his neck, chest p.nd back. Dalphin was in a Jasper hospital in serious condition with face wounds. The sheriff said, "these hunters came up to the Garlingtons where they wera sitting in their ppsture, tne or two words passed between Carley Ellis one of the hunt ers and th e Garlingtons, a»4 the shod ing staited. Pullen said Sterling Garlington ducked behind a dirt embankment 24 charnhir by^. therefore»f,car ;TT v, before Tuesday.' statement reiterated this viesv yesterday and noted that the vote would not represent the final French decision en the matter." The statement continued: "If, contrary to our hope, should unhappily be the case, this {•ver, the President would naturally reconsider his present plan to remain Ufl r e at Augusta, where he had originally intended to concentrate on the preparation of his State of the Union message, the of the budget and ceo i-pd Dalphin ran acro.>s a ravine as the fight began. He said both had .30 calbier rifles. Dalphin Garlington was among those charged with assault to mur- de and released under $2,000 bond. The others, all among the hunters, were Charley Ellis, his father Travis Ellis, who was rhot in the face; Gerald Sanford; Richard Morris and Clarence Willingham All arc o fthe Jasper or Beaumont fireas. J.UPIIU5S1UU yi «tc UWUBWI aim vwv>- Travis Ellis's condition was re- nomic report and other special ported satijsfactoiy at a Jasper messages to the Congress." [hospital, All Around the Town •y Tht Star Bttff Hope Police Department reported one of the quietest Christmas holidays in m?ny years here, in fact the only thing that ma it was a Negro shooting scrape North Hazel last night, . . although e m Local representative M. S. said today that approximately |00 .. . x, ad w nj, rei Crown West' there were several section only one as NOT §Q MERRY LOS ANQELES. (UP) . McCracken, 25, w'as arrested 'over the weekend on complaint of Ms \\ife, Therrance, 29. "He ciacked my head, against th.a fjove just because J wvm out to wi£h: tjje neighbors, a " ' ~ " Inc. December 31 in this 1 - . . . the distribution 42^ cents S share on the company's Diversify Income Fund Series and 10 . . v « a? wuw-f. w*a*^i»vv *_?<»(%%»'• *"••* u«« rt rt« it, perhaps the heaviest trafiic this * share ™ $&&."% ivJrJrnVS kow, ;^7*3K? Fund with not , kind. , , , then on Christmas morning there were only two cars in sight and ihey had to run together at th* Ppstoffice corner, f , . each, could __.,„ ,_, ... have had a whole street to himself is some plain oM turnjp jjose Gewnm< rearmi ^ the same tiroe'be 4 $re venting.* It'V His t^uesti the Catholic* ,„,„- many of whpi believe the Western persuaded ether ;sOl! question, -,„, -,_,,..,„ v called pojntedly to , |hj the warnings from J "~ will Jje rearmed, 7 wii the French. Leg on N. How "4 A shooting. scraps cafe and *i!ght*sRot,"*oTr, Streef late Jast nrg&f'rf! person being injured and of several, Investigating jce saicMJ»at JBJbert to, • w&s shot- In s taken'to a local" ment, » Tw» Bresoott the- toacus have, t Cleaph.us "B\jrton ( ... .fp Would Mfce to wager thjtt the best item in grocery stores . . . . also on Christmas eve three youngsters from Texas were picked up and. the runaways were turned over t$ thejir parents , . although city pqUcs had, an idle day jester day after aU thai i turkey Fire ed out twice * thp was," fail-

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