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Write L, W. Sporki, Box 787, Mobbi, Now Mexico, or call 7-3147 (he 4th or Bth ot July. MHnl AMuncaimk Jl* SUr it •othotiMd' to w ttwt tat following urt IW f« fmnlta office ti ttit lotion 61 Uit •tie pHmsrr *l«etioi»c for Tax cftrr STUART . 8. A. (gpecdy) H for n*prt*«nutlve TALBOT FEILD JR. For County Judge CLAUD If. BUTTON A. LUCK MAOK3 Chef rsnge Excellent con- dlllon. Outdoor Charcoal Grill. Phone 7*4031 float HONEY and peaches, Whotoiolo nnd retail, experiment Station, Phono 7'44M. Ponchon picked Mondtiy, Wednesday, Friday. I-Ot for *H»r!ff C. COOK For Alderman Wspd 1 „ JOB BIUTT H. C. (Bob) DANIELS JOB JONES for Alderman Ward 2 FIIED JOHNSON DWIOHT RIDGDILl. PAUL HALEY far Ald*rman Ward 8 B. L. HKTTIO W Frlgldalro refrlgerntor. Practically new. |200. Floyd Wood, Rt, 0, Preteott, Arkanioi. 2-31 3 HOOM houio. Bathroom, gnu, waler, electricity, l acre land. Charlca Fox, 400 South Elm. st-at 1-3 DISC breaking plow (or Model H PHrmnll Tractor. Cnn bo so«n at ToHS.Tex, 3-flt For Rtnt FURNISHED 3 room apartment, Private front and buck cntran- COI, 1003 East 3rd. Dial 7*3194, 8t>tf 8Ut« Senate TOM J, 8ILVKY DR, F. C. CROW Chancellor (Pint Division, 6th District) WESLEY HOWARD A. P. STEEL Tho "run««" on a fi»h ladder on which nulmoi) climb over darns unually nre pooU of wutor one and n hnlf to two feet obovo each other. U.S. Players Are Eliminated •y CHARLB* WHITINO WIMBLEDON. England (^—The United Slates tod*y was left holding nothing but the bag si far as the three big international tennis championships are concerned, Australian *e* Prink Bodgman l« the United State* champion—at least until September. His double* partner, Ken McGregor, an in-and- outer, holds the Australian title. And It's going to be either Sedgman or JaroslaK Drobny the champion of Wimbledon. They'll fight it out on the famed cimler court tomorrow. Drobny, a Czech refugee who now ts a citizen of Egypt, put an end to any American hopes yesterday when he eliminated the last of the Yank contingent, towhcadcd Hcrblc Flum of Beverly Hills, Calif., In a semifinal match, 8-2, 8-4, 0-6, 8 10, IM. Bedgrnan, probably the finest nmatour player In the world, already had gained his final bracket, beating countryman Mervyn Rose, 0-4, 0-4, 7-3, and he'll no doubt rule the favorite when he crosses racket* with the bcspocacled 0robny, a southpaw swinger. Ho the Unltud States, which has held the Wimbledon men's tllto since Jock Kramer won it In 1047, l.i out In the cold. But the women's title will remain secure In American hands for at least another year. It's Just a matter of whoso name will be : on the cup. Maureen Connolly, the 17-year old United States champion from San Dlogo, Is making a bid to add the fill-England crown to her American title and she could make it, Sh« plays in a semifinal .tpday against .Shirley Fry, .a campaigner, from Akron, O,, who lost to "Little Series Tonight Hope Legionnaires Journey to Mineral Spring* tonight for a regular league game which starts a July 4 affair between the two teams, Friday night the Flyers wftl come to Hope tor the return game at .Legion field at 8 o'clock. Billy Hen me will start for Hope at Mineral Springs tonight and Doug Stevens, a new Legion hurler. will be on the mound In the return match. Last night the Junior ' Legion tcnm made Its first appearance of the season and suffered a 17 to 3 defeat at the hand of Texarkarra. ' Frnnkie Williams was the losing hurler while Paul Schocn was the vUliing victor. J. Caston and H. Srnittle were the hitting pair for Hope while Texarkana's J. W. Kvors and S. Spencer led the visitors. Texarkana collected eight hits to six for Hope while they made only one error, the locals committed seven. More Casualties WASHINGTON. MV-The Defense Department today Identified 284 battle casualtleti in Korea. A new lint (No. 599) reported 42 killed, 187 wounded, 33 missing, 21 injured nnd one death from injuries. Mo" in the United States final at Forest Hills last year. Also still very mucn in the running is Louise Brough of Beverly. Hills, Calif., who meets Mrs. Pal Todd in the other semifinal. PRESCOTT NEWS Thursday, July 3 The choir of the Presbyterian Church will practice ort Thursday evening at 7:30. The Prescott Kiwanis Club will meet on Thursday evening at 0:15 for a dinner meeting. Reed Ouke Entertain! Cousins Saturday •Master Reed Duke of Brownfield, Texas, who is visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bcmls, entertained his cousins with a swimming party on Saturday afternoon at the Presbyterian wading pool. 'After the swim the guests Mike Smith and IDavid Smith of Magnolia, Harold Bcmis, Andy Bcmis, and Marita Jnne Bcmis went to the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Bcmls where they enjoyed horsc- back riding. A hamburger supper was served to the guests. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Burke ami children have returned to their home in Matoon, 111. after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Howuul Burks and Mrs. Carl Burks. Flog Tourney July 4, at Country Cfubr, ;^ Hope Country Club wilt Bofa Ks'HJ ' " COTTON STATES LEAGUE W L Pet. Meridian 44 26 .629 Natchez 40 31 .563 Greenwood 37 34 .521 Monroe 36 33 .507 Pine Bluff 35 36 .403 El Dorado 35 37 .486 Hot Springs 30 40 .129 Greenville 27 43 .372 Last night's results: Meridian 9 Greenville 3 El Dorado 8 Pine Bluff 4 Hot Springs at Monroe, ppd, rain Natchez 7 Greenwood 4 SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Mrs. Howard Haynie has had as her guests Mr. and Mrs. Goer-' ge Haynie of Little Rock. Airman 2-C Bobby Haynie, who has been home on furlough visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Haynie. has returned to Chanute Air Force Base, 111. Now Orleans Mobile Chattanooga Atlanta Nashville Birmingham Memphis Little Rock Pet. .573 .558 W L 47 33 48 38 44 36 .550 42 38 .525 43 39 .524 36 44 .450 33 48 31 46 .407 .403 annual Flag Tournament July 4, starting at 12:30 p.m., Garland Bradshnw announced. Events include a pitch and putt contest, 60 yard driving contest for men members of the club only.- There will be no contests for worn- 1 en. Prizes will be awarded to win'; ncrs. The course will be open to visitors as usual. Top Radio Programs NEW YORK Ml — Thursday night: NBC — 7 Father Knows, Best; 7:30 Safety Program; 8 ' Dragnet Drama; 8:30 Counter Spy. CBS — 7 Mr. Keen; 7:30 FBI in Peace and War; 8 Mr. Chameleon; 8:30 Steven Allen Show. ABC — 7:30 Hardy Family; 8:05 Rod and Gun Club; 8:30 Reporters Roundup. Friday: NBC — 0 a.m. Welcome Travelers. CBS — 9 a.m. Godfrey Time. ABC — 10:30 a.m. Break the Bank. ur Daily Bread Thin by The Editor .Ale*. H. Waihburn_ Toll Road* for Trucki Only? Let 'em Poy Up First h>tfay'* Quotation that goeth about to persuade altitude that they are not so governed as they ouRht to shall never want attentive and arable hearers. -Rev. Richard Hooker » Hope Star V \ '-V-fcvi rf 4- ' Arkansas — Partly cloudy tonight Friday, widely seatt* afternoon evening 'thunder shd crs. Not much chrtngo In t«ttt( ahire. Temperature High Oft Low 78 53D YEAR: VOL. 53 — NO. 225 Star •» Hoe* lit*, Pi Coniolldattd Jan. ~' KM If 1 •. 1*1* 1M» HOPE, ARKANSAS, SATURDAY, JULY 5, 1952 Mtmbtfi The Attocloted fn\\ *, Audit Bureau of Clftulttton* At. N*t Caht Clrcl. 3 Mo>. tndlnf March »1, ma — l.itl PRICiB 5e Lone Measure to Be Voted on in November LITTL ROCK Wl — The deadline for filing proposed constitutional he political blunder of the year |s made-this week in Houston, icas, when a statement to the Itional Governors' Conference, m Governdr Theodore R. Me-- amendments and initiated "acts* for lldin of Maryland urged the in the future to construct highways for interstate a public vote in the November election passed last midnight with only one proposal making the Winner of Stalin Prize Dies at 80 MOSCOW l^l—Moscow newspapers announced today the death of Lt. Gen. of Medical Services Victor Shevkunenko, a Stalin Prize winner in 1943. He was 80 years old. A member of the Russian Army medical staff since 1895, Shevku- nenko took a leading part in the organization of surgery facilities on World War II battlctronts. MBS 8:30 a.m. Mac McGuire • Show; 10:30 Queen for A Day. NICK four room furnished duplex opnrtinent. Frlgld»lre, hnrdwood floors, Bath nnd hall rodoeorBt- od, Prlvtrte entrance*. Oarage. Mm, P, K, Cook, 001! W. Av», B. Phono 7.2054. 20-Ot 8 HOOM unfurnlHbed gn wgeTpiirT. rnent. Attlo fun, One block ot bunlnttsH district. Couple only. Phono 7-B002, 2fl-U fci. i»M, by ftiUi lUktwin Cuihnll, by KlMl f«luf»i a/wllem* FAITH BALDWIN LARGE 4 room hou»o. $20 per month. Near Htyhr School. C. K. Woavcr, Phono 7-3U3, 1-81 HOUSTON-BoiUy Apta.—OOt East 3rd., g.room apartment with buth, ottlo (nn, hardwood floors 138.00. HOUSTON Apt*, 1313 South Mnln, «YN01*8IH Tlandsom* I'mii l<«miox, bHdmlor- punltir o( « rnimotiatiitt New fork church, culls on wealthy, entuilo Mr a. Agflth* Murvliman, uouorul ol receiving M ilMbla iloniKlon for !>!• bullainu fund. Wlapy Illtlo Krnlly Marrow, faithful raid eomtMolon to "Minium, joint (hem at tun. Con vernation turn* to pontUfica Mnmlmll. with whom Paul M In love. Agatha disapprove* linr be««<IM *li« U » builnvtt* ttlrl. During: th« vlill Bitilly I* mart led by • rnotnu «n<l Mixmnw. Mm. Murr.hlioD berates hor w onially (list the psetor, »hocke<l, her proftorsd contribution, 8he him there will b* troubla over Conetunce at dinner apartment with b»th, nttlv fun, hardwood floors, plot* tared wall*, *40,00, TWIN OAKS AptB. 308 Weil 13th. 3 room npurtinent with bath. W8.00. • BLACK Apurtmonti, Eiut and. Clone uptown. L.nruo 4 room nuartment with buth, Down«tatr» 138.00, FOSTKR-KLWS KEAWY CO. 108 12, 8nd St, Phono 7-J6U1 l-3t NJBWLY decorated 8 room unfurnished apartment, 810 W. 4th. phone 7-315*. i-flt yard. Ittrtsi, Qood Dla« tt-TF The Negro Community •y NtlsnTUrnsr Phone MW Or bring lt«ms to Miss Turner •I Kicks PuntNl H»m« Ihu W and iks Thu Qoiopot singers ot Anltoch will stago a program at BuoUue Memorial CMS church on Sunday night, July fl. The nubllo is invited Tho Gospel singers Ot Hoyucs- vilio, L.»u, will stage a program at Rising Star Baptist church on Sunday night, July 8. aooniored by the Vthay board. Mr*. iteeter WithBriuoon and Wluttod Yttrgw hivo returned tarn* after spending • month Chicago- vMtinf trl«nda and r> |iv«t, Accompanying them home tad Ronald Turner, They also via- " ' - t Detroit ther with l him Alone hat night, ptul y«nrn» to dwilar* hli ovo, but wtmthow twin ho mint Blv« «tt«r fiiilher thotiRht. Inntean, m«tt«r «ll« ot . , hit quarrel with • cortntn *eV wealthy woman p«rJiihiori«r."h«r"thf«it °f .T 01 !? 10 «l'0«o, nolicvlng that lo- •Urht r«ul would propoao to her, OonsUnco BW« liomo reeling low m nt, r«J»<!t«<t, Uttr KwllY >r» tn« manor Htr mo«*r« tl l for thrshurcta fund, but permit no «weh •nrrlnco M Umt 1 Marrow If0'» MV- PftUl Will Q»ry, MM! fUnt, Mich,, church, t U* Ang«lo«, Caltt.. are - CHAPTER SIX v MRS, MURCHISON sailed Into the drawing; room, IQrally like a tug In a liner's wake, and Paul, having closed tho door followed. There Agatha spoke to Bmlly with scorn. "Minute my back's turned, you have to run and complain to your champion." Paul spoke quickly. "MIsa Marrow did not eotno to complain, but to offer me what virtually amounts to her Ufa savings, to replace the chock I returned yesterday, Mrs. Murchtaon." -Noble," said Agatha, "it Impractical." •1 quito agree," Paul said evenly, "but not tn irony. And I've not coma to osU that you forgot what happened yesterday. I'd rather you remembered It" "I'll remember it," she said trimly, "i suppose you've heard from others Interested In the welfare of the church, by now; no you want the check baejt . .." She now looked less like a bo* vine than an enormous -at, licking her whiskers, and waiting. "No,"Paul answered. Halted tn mid-pounce, she was staggered. "No?" aha repeated; then, "Why have you coma here, I»aulT" He said, and saw with relief that Rmtly had slipped from the room like a shadow, •"Mainly to ask you that whatever resentment you bear be toward mej not toward Kiss Marrow, who tn no way merits it, nor to your church. For it belongs to you. as you do to It I do not know how much ot comfort and guidance, how much of Joy you de> rlva from IU t hope, all these gifts. Perhaps you get only the satisfaction of belonging, ot tradition; ft famUJir structure, a familiar p«w. Evan that's better than nothing. But I do ask you to divorce our personal quarrel from bear your ill will toward m* only. What J did was ot ijp deciding.* She asked curiously. "It I offered you the cheak would you take it Ho looked at few u tt he 4id not see her: then his biased biiw and. to K h«r ..,. «ttood thing lint itt ror you »f9*ftrtttf It," tum to say, "No, M drawn tight the bargain, before her eyes. A field day. No wonder she clutched at tho bankbook and jumped on hor own high horse." He said, "Maybe you're partially right; but not wholly." She said, "Come, Paul, you're a strong man, you're young, you havo twice as much vitality aa you need. You're a clergyman, and a good one, even If I don't always agree with your sermons and some of the things you do: but you're not a saint. You can't tell me you're not often Irritated by weakness ..." He said, 'Tm afraid I am." "Well, that's it." said Agatha triumphantly. "It she'd stood up to me all these years—but she didn't.'! ' He rose, "You don't expect me to accept that as a valid excuse?" "No," she admitted. "And my headache's no better." < , "I'm going," be said, and held out his hand. She put her own into It, an old hand heavy with rings. And he said, releasing It, "If not friends, then honest enemies?, Because I retract nothing, you understand. Good night and God bless you." »•<• Funny, she thought, as the door closed, he means that, and went upstairs to enter Emily's room without knocking and d e ma n d, "Why on earth are you. such an idiot? Oh, don't look at me like that. I've made up with your precious hero, and not a penny the poorer . . . Go downstairs, and fix yourself son)* hot milk, for heaven's sake, and let us get some sleep!" Paul went to his room and remained for some time, emptying his mind and heart and spirit so that, tn the quiet waiting, they might be replenished with strength and guidance. Before he slept, his last conscious thought was not of the prayers, just offered, nor of the evening, lately past, but, with misery clone to dread, of Connie. For tomorrow when he woke it would.be necessary for him to speak and arrange to see her. Purtng the week, Rhoda called her. mow about dinner Friday?" •he inquired. "I can't promise Jon will remain through the banquet but Paul'* coming." She was Inclined to refuse. Why go, of what useT But the heart is fashioned to retain not only hope but a form of curiosity. What will h* »ay, how look? So, on Friday, she dressed with great cam and as she sat before the mirror Elsie came prowling in. her face tense. And watching Connie brush her baauttful, heavy hair, she asked. "Why don't you civ* ove*. lamb? Ha'a not for you.* Connie'a quick temper rose and she wax silent, afraid to apeak, and not knowing, tt she spoke, what to say. Neither Blsie nor Grace had ev*r taxed her directly, not since the vtry Dt«t toad tfcey ever teaved her concejmljut Paul. She sensed their attitude, but aa tog M U d abe could ignore _ it They ttk*d Paui, they had often her, ofT&awb-the unut ter*d "but" remained, M It wert, again. - ' .MgjMpwirtto.w «^M^ M^A •MtMBAfcMAMiUV ¥W> VH* WtSkFiHqSMHH ., , ebSABsisv "Onitsd. But it nava to iMfe na7a l"*"i"."I ~. m r—^~f*f. " HP*----- •JJ^ff, t Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Fore, Mrs. Sid Davis, Mrs. Warren Cummiiujs and Mrs. A., W. Hudson were the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ross Young in Malvern. Thqy were accompanied home by Masters Tommy and Casy Younj; who arc guests in the Fore home. Last night's results: Chattanooga 6 Little Rock 0 Nashville 6 Memphis 1 Birmingham G New Orleans 4 Atlanta 4-2 Mobile 2-0 Tonight's games: Chattanooga at Little Rock Nashville at Memphis Atlanta at Mobile Birmingham at New Orleans Baseball MBS Game of the Day Network 12:25 N. Y. Yankees at Washington. Iran Rejects Russia TEHRAK, Iran W) — Iran has formally rejected Russian charges that Premier Mohammed Mossa- degh's government violated the 1921 Irano-Soviet Friendship Treaty by accepting renewed U. S. military aid. itcs fr pes and heavy trucks only. grade. IcKcldin's idea, of course, is A pioposed amendment to allow finance such exclusive truck' private loan companies to assess fcids with stiff tolls against the! charges on loans in excess of the pcks and buses which used them. | constitutional limit of 10 per cent contended." the Wall Street was submitted to the secretary of urnal reported Thursday, "an ex-'State's office here. Petitions for Jisive- bus-truck toll road system] placing the proposal on the ballot luld be in the general public containing 57,940 signatures were llfarc, including the welfare of filed by supporters of the measure. and trucking companies." Only 31,709 signers are needed. 16 Holiday Deaths for Arkansas Cherry Will Use Talkathon Overstate 1 • By The Associated Press ;' Chancellor Francis Cherry, elated | by the success of his 24',j'hour nulio tnltkathon over 5 Little Rock radio I stations, prepared today to take his campaign gimmick Into 12 other Ar krnsas cities. . The Jonesboro Judge, one of five j candidates for t h c Democratic gubernatorial nomination, announced yesterday that he would broadcast B 13-hour talkathon over sin By The Associated Press , Arkansas' violent death toll stood lions In Ft. Smith and Fayctloville at 16 today, as fire took tho lives I on Saturday, July 12. He will con Connie had also, but had not mentioned it, hoping Elate had missed tho Item, and Grace too; 'or Grace, with the beat Intentions n the world, would have spoken of It. "I saw the column," she said. "Ho must bo in town half a dozen times a year," Elsie Mid, •wouldn't you think: he'd call me? We're supposed to be civilized and all that. Ho never has. You'll think mo oft my rocker but I can't count he times I've started to put through a call to Chicago and canceled It, Tho item this morning said he's at the Waldorf." She knew it by heart "Peter Dennis, who used to live In our :own and woo once married to th« beautiful Elate Booth, of the Associated Steel Booths, now enraged in running her own femm« luokstcr agency, planed in from Chicago yesterday and pitched his :ent at the Waldorf. . . Pete's ,a 3<g shot radio executive now in thf Windy City. Welcome home, Pet«> se« you around, with the prettier r,als, in the more modish saloons." .Connie asked, troubled, "Elsie, you're not thinking ot trying'to yet in touch?" "I'm not, I'm not" "Don't honey." "Why would I? If I'd Insisted on alimony"—she laughed shortly -•'m«, with more money than I know what to do with, and Pete op a salary you could put In your eye, in those days—which was part ot our trouble, naturally—well,, if I'd insisted, we would have had some contact through our lawyers—" "It was tea yean ago," Connie said. "You're telling me! Ten, twenty, a hundred. But it's still unfinished business, which I abominate." She rose. "If only I knew how much I've changed, really, how much he has, what actually happened to us, couple of kids in love." She walked away and Connie looked blindly Into her mirror. She heard Elsie dialing the telephone; she heard her say, "Ted? ThU is one ot your better girls. How busy are you? Good. Let's do some- Mrs. John Terrell of Espanola. New Mexico, and Mrs. Minnie Griffith of Vancover, Wash., are j the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hor-j Philadelphia ace Hale and relatives in Hope, st. Louis Mr. and Mrs. Pope Briloy and Mrs. Dorothy Fitzpatrick of Texarkana were Sunday evening dinner guests of, Mr. and Mrs. D. K. Bemis. Mrs. Robert Pledger of Dallas spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bomis. THURSDAY'S BASEBALL By The Associated Press AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pet. GB New York 40 27 .597 Cleveland 39 32 .549 3 Boston 38 32 .543 3'/ 2 Chicago 39 33 .542 3'/ 2 36 31 .537 4 28 34 .452 9'/ 2 32 39 .451 10 Detroit 23 47 .392 18'/ a WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS Boston 5 New York 4 Cleveland 3 St. Louis 2 (10 innings) Chicago 3 Detroit 2 Philadelphia 4 Washington 1 Mr. nnd Mrs, John Barrow, Sr. of Hope were the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Cox Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rouse nnd daughter, Darla, of Apolocha. Florida arc the guests this week of Mrs. Ethel Helton. They are en- route to Leroy, Kansas whore they will visit Dr. and Mrs. B. H. Rouse former residents of Prescott. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Procter, Jr. and children have returned to their home in Wynn after a visit with Mrs. Lee Montgomery and Mrs. Lucy Lee Cruses. They were accompanied by Virginia Clare Cruse who will join them for a motor trip to Charles Bay, North Carolina and to points of interset in South Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Young and children of Pine Bluff, Mr. and M,rs. William Powell and family of Camdon. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Haynie and chidren of ElDoracto, Mr. arid Mrs. Fred Neimeyer and family of Houston have returned to their respective homes aftrr a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Crow and C. J. Crow. Legal Notice NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pet. GB Brooklvn New York Chicago St. Louis Philadelphia Cincinnati Boston Pittsburgh 48 20 .700 .... 45 23 .662 3 40 31 .563 9'/ 2 40 34 .541 11 32 37 .464 16'/ 2 31 40 .437 18'/b 28 43 .394211/2 19 55 .257 32 NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That in pursuance of the authority an directions contained in the decretal order of the Chancery Court of Hempstead County, Arkansas, made and entered on June 24, 1952, in a certain cause then, pending therein wherein R. M. LaGrone, Jr. was plaintiff and Robert Palmore was defendant, the undersigned, as Commissioner of said Court, will offer for sale at public outcry to the highest bidder, at the east d'oor or entrance to the. Court House in the City of Hope in said County, within the hours prescribed by law for judicial sales, on Friday, July 25, 1952, the follow- [lore was no debate on the Charges on loans totaling more stion at the governors' con-'• than 10 per cent of the value Of ience because McKeldin wasn't th e '° a n were outlawed recently by Itually present, his statement be- "•<? Arkansas Supreme Court, which g read by an assistant. But bb-| neld thal such charges violated the ctions will occur to you instantly. Constitution's usury provisions. n the first place, the truck and, Votcrs in the election also will industry is not now paying P ass on thrce other proposed amendments, placed on the ballot by the last Legislature. They would permit all counties, regardless of population, to have county clerks; re-organize the state Highway Commission, and permit counties to levy a tax to promote industry. Supporters of two other proposed of three persons yesterday and another drowned. An eight-year-old Little Rock boy, James Matthews, suffered fatal WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS .... Philadelphia 4-2 Brooklyn 3-1 Boston 2 New York 1 Chicago 8-3 Pittsburgh 3-0 (darkness halted second at end of 7, St. Louis 3 Cincinnati 0 tend Regional summer school for extension workers at the University ot Arkansas. Mrs. H. D. Bullock is the guest ot relatives in Gallatln, Texas. Mrs. John McGill and Charles who have made their home in Pres eott for the past four years, left Saturday for Arkadelphia where they will make their home. ghway charges sufficient to cover wear and tear on the pave- |cnt which its heavily-loaded ve- cles 'cause, and state systems are Jteriorating everywhere, private passenger cars and lo- city and farm trucks, relative- lightly loaded, put the least Irden on the road system but the | Ixes and licenses levied against lem alone are not sufficient to laintain heavy-duty highways | Ipablc of carrying today's coast- l-coast trucking giants. li grant you there is a definite |ace in America for toll roads. ve been on the Pennsylvania rnpike myself, as have hund- as of other Arkansans, and the periencc is pleasing to everyone. . , t A d h _ „ m ^ vep to get the controversial burns when he fell into a pan of, Arkadelphia. gasoline while holding a lighted' duct similar programs in Pino Blutf and Stuttgart; El Dorado, Camdcn and MiiKiiolia; Texarknna and Hope Hot Springs, Malvern and firecracker. Patrolman *'W. R. McNeely said the boy was playing in the yard of his home where his father, Morris Matthews, was working on an automobile. He said the boy went behind the car to light the firecracker, stumbled and fell into the gasoline. The fuel was ignited and the flames set fire to young Matthews' clothing. In the talkathon, the chancellor answers questions from the studio audience or from radio listeners who telephone him. The chancellor claimed that he received 5,000 questions in his Little Rock program, and $7,500 in campaign contributions. "We can roach more people and convince more people that Judge Cherry is an honest and capable man by using this means," said the Both taft and l HERE'S WHERE — Flnishlnn touches are being applied to Convention Mal.l preparatory'to the opening of the GOP Republican National Convention In Chloaflo July 7. Se.-.U In foreground are (or delegates. Speakers rostrum; under portrait of Ab-ahnm Lincoln, Is fl.inkcd by rows of committee seats. Seats in balcony, rear, are for guests, (NEA Tftlcphoto) Attendants at a Little Rock hos- candidate's campaign m a n a g c r, pit>»^iaid second and third degree burns covered 70 per cent of the boy's body. He died last night. T. L. Burns, nine-year-old Negro boy, drowned while swimming with some friends in a stock pond near ing described lands situated in B hc O1 . iginal turnpike is now being Hempstead County, Arkansas, to- fended into Ohio and New Jer- py. But toll roads don't exempt state from liability for a single bile of new contruction and main- bnance on the existing, toll-free wit: The East Half of the Northeast Quarter of the Northwest Quarter (E'/ a NE'/ 4 NW'/ 4 ) of Section Twenty-four (24), Township Thirteen (13) South, Range Twenty-four (24) West, containing 20 acres, more or less. TERMS OF SALE: On a credit< of three months, the purchaser being required to execute a note or bond as required by law and' the order and decree of said court in said cause, with approved surety thereon, bearing interest at the rate of ten per cent per annum, from date of sale until paid, and a lien being retained on the premises sold to secure payment of the purchase money. GIVEJN Under my hand on this, 24th day of June, 1952. ' *i OMERA EVANS Commissioner in Chancery June 26 — July 3 S. 30 (Lincoln Highway), leSfe'' pttbticT toll-tree"' fb*acfs ballot — still is entangled in Su preme Court procedure. Measures which will not be on the ballot because of failure of their supporters to obtain sufficient signatures on petitions are: An amendment to repeal the so- call Freedom-to-Work Amendment to the Constitution. An amendment to lower the voting age from 21 to 18 years, sponsored by the Republican party. An act to divide .the state's electoral vote according to the popular vote received by each presidential candidate, also a GOP measure. . An act' jjj provide that the minority "pa'rty"(Republican) would be re presented on all state boards anc commissions. To refer an ii_ OVMH*; *•» 1^1 njo in n a^\j\,i\ 1" £,! ^rong. Ark., yesterday. Earlier yesterday, two persons died in a fire near Pine Bluff. Mrs. W. W. Gentry and sons of Arkadelphia were tho week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Thomas. Mrs. Gentry has received her sailing orders for July 10 to join Major Gentry in Tripoli. Mrs. Madge Burgess, John, Jam es and Joe left Sunday for Fayette ville where Mrs. Burgess will at- Top Quality Arkansas Farmers Feeds! Compare These Prices 18% Dairy Feed $4.50 Chops 4.30 Chick Starter Pellets 5.65 Broiler Pellets 5.45 Chick Grower 5.30 Egg Pellets 4.75 Hog Feed Mash 4.65 Hog Feed Pellets 4.75 Hog Supplement 6.55 Whole Corn $4.20 Hempstead County Farmers Association 114 East Third St. Hope, Ark. *,, Telephone 7-4469 Bran 3.50 Shorts 3.50 Calf Starter 3.00 All Pur. Mineral 6.25 4 Point Barb Wide ... 9.00 Baler Twine ...:.. 16.85 3-5-40 Cotton Dust 11.00 thing go somewhere." Connie thought, She'll never call Peter Dennis, no matter how much site's tempted. It Isn't pride. She's afraid of being rejected . . , even on so small a matter as what was her word—civilised? That's it, a civilised drink together, or dinner. Her feet and hands grew cold, she shivered, as u she were having a nervous chill. Rejection. That's what happened to you, Connie, she thought And you don't know MAy. You're as mixed up as Elsie. Tou don't even know U he hid * choice ... She thought. So I'll phone Rhodf and say I can't come. She got up, put on her hat and her warm coat, for the nights were cold, the days shorter, the aunahjne wilful. $&e turned her mind to Elsie, thinking, as she heard her rushing about in her bedrooiga, as she called, "Good-bye, ftin," perhaps. If she could s** __. providing the gesture came from On the way to Jonathan's sh* planned it ... I nave no right to Interfere. If I did. and abie f ow>d ouJC, MM'd bate me forever, pi I managed it, tb*y other, and she found *4» taw* W*nT What would bape*«t ~ ***** ** >»«•«*«» <*<«ii*» • i »» tow wtt* IKE MURRY FOR GOVERNOR "Hear Arkansas Next Governor" IN HOPE 8 OCLOCK TONIGHT JULY 3rd COURTHOUSE LAWN IN CASE OF RAIN FAIR PARK COLISEUM amendment, 31,709 signatures are needed. For an initiated act, 25,367 are required. • All Ucol Candidate* Ar« InviNd to Make Announcement*. Alien Property Office Next to FaceProbers By JACK ADAMS WASHINGTON IM— An investigation of tho Alien. Property Office, which handles firms seized from the enemy during World War II, has been ordered by Atty. Gen. McGranery as the next object of his government cleanup drive. McGranery said today he has ordered an independent and plete probe of the agency, com- once headed by Harold I. Bayijton, one of three assistant attorneys gen- IKE MURRY |tate highway system. I would, oint out to you that the Pennsy- ania Turnpike is paralleled by S. 22 (William Penn Highway) U. S. nd -the! ave to be maintained, and are laintained. The obvious thought occurs to ou: How is a state going to laintain its original free highways 'hen much of their traffic is iphoned off to toll roads, whisk- ig cars arcross the commonwealth on a shorter, faster, and ss gas-consuming route Pennsylvania and the high-den- population states can do it ow, for they have traffic to spare n their existing roads; but how bout Arkansas? A toll road from Texarkana to Little Rock and Memphis wouldn't exempt the tate Highway Commission from dime's liability for maintaining J. S. 67 and U. S. 70 paralleling he entire route of the toll highway. think McKeldin's suggestion an all-truck toll road does one tod thing, however: It reminds is that the truck and bus com- anies ought to be made to ante their fair share of the cost if maintaining and rebuilding •oads for the future. Our Arkansas situation is a rime example. Once the railroad lobby used to be the most power ul of all political instruments in Rock. But for many years lowing charges that multi-million No. 1 " lobby has been the dollar enemy properties have been ckers'. And it needs to be run as "a gravy train'' for friends of the administration. Sen. Wiley (R-Wis) has repeatedly criticized the department, and at his insistence a Senate committee is looking into the Alien Property Office. At the same time, a House committee is making an investigation of the Justice Department as a whole. McGranery called newsmen in to disclose the alien property audit as the latest step in what he has described as "my own quiet 'way" of going about the govern ment cleanup job he inherited from registered cow on the Southern, Atty . Gen . j. Howard McGrath and State College dairy farm here has get an all-time Arkansas record in milk production for her class, the American Jersey Cattle Club announced this week in Columbus, Ohio. In a 305-day test, she produced 9,610 pounds of milk containing 503 vgpids of butterfat on twice-daily /Diking, the club announced. All Icial tests were checked by both, diversity of Arkansas and the erican Jersey Cattle Club. The «ow was bred to produce, >r her sire has an average of 456 unds of butterfat on his first en tested daughters. The dam, 'Bet Afterglow Countess," has a ''ecgrd P* 470 pounds of butterfat. Subscription Hike Sweeps U. S. Press NEW. YORK (/P) — Many newspaper readers in cities across the nation are paying a few cents more •each week tor their papers since the announcement in 'May that the price of Canadian newsprint was going up to a record high. An Associated Press- survey today showed prices for single copies home deliveries or mail subscription have been boosted by newspapers in more than 40 cities. Numerically, a good portion of the increases are concentrated in the Middle West. In the Michigan- Indiana-Ohio area alone, 22 papers have taken such a step. The others range from New York to San Francisco. The number of newspapers reported in the survey — 57 — as having acted to date, is small compared with the total of around 1,750 Leffel Gentry. Four o£ the candidates — Rep. Boyd Tackctt, Atty. Gen Ike Murry, Jack Holt and Cherry — yesterday appeared at thrce Fourth of July community picnics. The annual affairs were held in Piggott, Portia and Corning. Gov. McMath spoke in Quitman and Springdalc. Today, speaking sites for the candidates included: Holt — Nashville. Murry — Tuckerman, Newport, Newark and Batesvillc. McMath — Lake flty and Harrison. Cherry — Clarendon, Stuttgart, Hazen, Des Arc and Searcy. Tacketl — Des Arc, Gillette, fie- Witt, Harripton, Wilmar and Banks. daily newspapers published in this country. Others May Up Price*. But many other papers, indicated price increases were under consideration. And some boosted .their changes earlier in the year, when higher cost of newsprint was anticipated. Most of the newspapers cited the newsprint price boost as a major factor in their decisions, at the oral whose resignations were ac- j cepted recently by the new attorney general. The department already is under congressional investigatipn fol- Continued on Page Two 4 Ft. Smith Fugitives Recaptured FT. SMITH,'Ark. MPI — Four of the five men who escaped from the Sebastian County jail here last Tuesday are back behind bars. The fourth escapee, Bill Porter was captured yesterday in a house in the Coke Hill residential district here.' Porter led officers on "a 150-mile chase after his escape. His fee were so blistered when he was captured that police had to carry him back to his cell. Porter was arrested after Sherif Frock Maddux received a tip that the fugitive was hiding in the Ft. Smith neighborhood. The only escapee still at large is Harry Windsor, convicted of transporting a stolen car across a state line. Porter was being held for trial on a similar charge, which is a violation of the Federal Dyer Act. By CHlCAdO lM-4'en, Robert Tnft's Texn»-borne-* surge'tows tho Republican 'presidential' 'H( inatlon (need R blistering challe; today from aynportom el-**" Dwljjht D.' Elsenhower. *fho-twa mnJoF •Ivlnn hccc during rcndy to take over persona'! tloh ; of ft . round-bjfrojiintf :t week's convention for>tl votes needed to fllvu -one ot the' party's nomination., t > Tnfl's chief' lieutenants' to! reporter they exfldct 'lilnrr cldc whether ho Wiirihoot . lltlcnl works on an" attempt::i a first bnllot'nomination; f ' J. .Rusaoll Sprague t New national CommlUoemftt'anti''' sonhowor backer, predicted Interview tho general will Win a 50-vote margln'tt convention test on the question of barrln puled delegate* from votfng ( s _, seating of contested groups,' - f For Taft, any such result represent the first major' si 1 In n week ot pre-conventi tivltles which has neon h bnckod by Gen,' Doi^gUf. ,. thur and supported • indlrac former President Herftort If swoop to within. W'jVOtBi',,, needed nomination' total-in Tho• .soclntud prCsji, tdniJlfttfbnl;'!.^,' This Hcorebonfd inpludca',00 cd cloletiatoa awarded , to Ti. the Republican Najlqpql CQ tec, Since tho slons nrc being ovunts ot next weekjQgn Just how hluh Tajft 1 ' AH of now the' Toft 530, Elsenhower" '4 cnndldHtos 131, •«""The Ohloan Increased- • yesterday ' ----- y - - liOliQl ^.prTnif*^UMV^ '"fjw v*tflf* l ' v accept the scn»t6v!« t pfrVlio > ' dcvlgcd compromlBQ, ot "' ftlVf* -***•—--*- ^-._^t^ a«w*M* WAIT CHANCE — Elsenhower deleflates from Loulolana use a chart to »how how chosen as they wait chance to tell GOP credentials committee why they ehould be seated whew the National Convention begins In Chicago 4uly 7. Left tp rlflht: John W. Wisdom. New Orisons, Mri. Cornellous Rathborne, Harvey, Lr., and Mrs. John M. Hurley, New. Orleans, (NEA Telephoto) >roken up and the individual companies made to pay their pro-rata share of highway costs. Southern State Jersey Claims Jop Milk Mark MAGNOLIA — "Joyce Justice Countess," junior fouriyear-old Little Chance for Outsider to Crash Television Show Business, Hal Boyle Is Told By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK WV-If you live in Oshkosh and have what you feel is a million-dollar idea for a new television show— well, forget it. That is Foley, one the of advice of George the bright young administration investigator Newbold Morris. Both McGrath and Morris lost their jobs when they got into a public dispute over procedures. McGranery said he has em- producers in the industry. "The odds are a million-to-one against an outsider putting across a fresh idea," he said. "That is one of the things wrong with the business—but it's a fact." Then Soley, who at 33 has had an Horatio Alger - like rise (he grossed more than $1,000,000 last year as an independent producer) explained why: "As a practical matter, if you , . .. .. .. . .. . i <»*> n fia^bii'ai uicikici, 11 ployed the accounting firm of Price Uve ta Qshkosh and have Waterhouse of New York City to Continued on Pax* Two W.C. Wicker Dies Friday at Prescott crackerjack idea, it would be all much imitation. "If you get a hit show, every TAFT AND FINE — presidential aspirant Sen. Robert A. Taft • of Ohio, left, meets with Pennsylvania Governor John 8. Fine at his hotel in Chicago. Gov, Fine controls betwee'n 21 and 31 delegate* from the Keystone State and ha* been an enigmatic figure In politics. (NEA Telephoto) . , • j „ , Rain Forecast for Central \ U.S. and South By The Asioclflted Press Thundcr.showcrs which pelted tho cuutern third of tho nation yesterday were due today to dampen the Central und Southern Plains states nnd Hocky Mountain areas. The rains dipped temperatures on the Middle Atlantic Coast .but warmer weather wag predicted for tho Grout Lakqa and Upper Mississippi Vulley regions, ' Several million persons dotting Now York City urea beaches—more than a million ut Conoy Island along—were routed by the sudden showers. Temperatures in the • Far West were expected to remain unchanged today, continuing seasonably warm. power's nupporter«* that , ., had been' engln<tyro,<J In the/ Star State,,tho cqmmlttflV to glvo,Ta« 22 'ol'the and assign IB of'jffem howor. ' ' . ' V This was exactly what'Taft | proposed earlier (n M- qay/f what Son, Henry Cabot Lodge'K'l Massachusotti, nation^ campaign^ manager for Elsenhower, " looted t as n "cdmpr6mis(> w; fraud," ',»•{. Lodge, SpraRuo and other Elgei howor leadcri made'H "clear,! ' ly that thoy "^ ' -'' ' T " /jjjht. They _,„.,, ...,_„_ their high vpltagc .protests to ' Orednetlalg r-- 1 -' ili -'-"- Aa 4 - c«nvcntlon (li but impossible to sell it. "Having an idea is one other sponsor in the country do-' cides he wants one as much like it as possible. "But people get tired of too many shows with the same theme. You lose your audience, the show's rating drops, the sponsor feels he isn't getting his money's worth— everybody is sour." What is the answer? "We have to get more imagination into programming," said Soley, "and sell advertising sponsors on having more courage in backing new ideas. Actually, in the Jong yun, tbjiere is no greater gamble involved—and the possible rt.-wards are much greater." Soley, a young lawyer with five children, went into television after Putting it in shape then selling it— that thing. sell — and the real leaving military months he sold service. In $20 million FOR GOVERNOR _*•__ ._ _ - 'i. i » „ » _ _ . Jc^ ""•. r™ ^f^e r •% IftWJ iirisi-*>•.'.*>•*•' >ne$boro Girl Miss Chicot A&E VILLAGE. Ark. (*—Cyn- ( Ann Keuward of Jonesboro w%g vp#d Miss Lake Chicot of 1862 night before more than 6,966 tators at the annual Lake Vilt water carnival. , " from Bflinnto ^BiSiMt^ *£ Hot F -rr "F--J- _ TWWP^ff^f $MffiRR99^V- '^W »™-~~ trick. It costs $15,000 to $50,000 lo get a show ready to go on the air. "You have to know how to clear your title to the show, find good writers to turn out a few sample scripts, hire artists to make sam- nr /-. /«-,,» ,ir i j- j ^ ,o .-iP le set designs, and pay publicity, W _ C 'J5i'i > .. W , l . Ck l r . d L e fj lt I 2 , :1 . a i«lling and administrative costs. "All this is necessary to package your idea, or—as we say—put it into a format you can show to a possible sponsor. "And 75 per cent of all TV shows video programs for an advertising firm before going into business for himself. Firecracker Causes Fatal Burnsfor Boy LITTLE ROCK, (/P> — An 8-year- olci boy was burned fatally and two automobiles were damaged by fire after the youngster stumbled into a pan of . gasoline while lighting July 4th firecracker. Woman Red Leader Fired in Romania BEHL1N UH—Ana* Pauker has been fired from her job as foreign minister of Romania, the Soviet- licensed news agency ADN report ccl today from Bucharest, a, The news agency sa|d Slmion ! Buchicl has been appointed to take of the one-time darling of international communism who in 'May from boy. James Matthews, suf- tnc . , . i .u- i j ,, ft-rc-d second and third degree burns over 70 per cent of his body.j rnan j an Communist party's high J;imes' father, Morri.s Matthews, i cornrhand. '• ' Overtoil, | The ADN report said Mrs. Pau- snuffing 1 ker, the hotly, 59-year-old daughter rinttiItt«Ja,' t r \\ie\t? of a rabbi, was fired "by decree \ of the gr.eat National Assembly of, and a neighbor, W. A. wi-ri: burned slightly in cut the boy's flaming .clothing. The elder Matthews was working j ^"peop'^ ^p ub 'jf c " ofRomania" on his car, using a pan of gaso-! jj er line to clean parts, when the boy i since went behind the car to light a lire-: tion's Politboro. for "errors and Price-SupporC Cottonseed to Bring $66.40 According to Earl Martlndalc, chairmun of the Hempitead coiinty PMA committee, crushers participating in the Government's cotton seed price support program muni pa? not less than $00.40 per ton'tor, basic grade (100) cotton 8ced f., q. b. gin point, with specified premium* and discounts (or other gradei, the Department oi Agriculture hs» announced. , ' ' For each ton ol eligible cotton t*eed purchased by a crusher, Commodity Credit corporation wlli offer to buy specified quantities or crude cotton seed oil, 41 pfr cent 1 g cake or meal, and Jlot«ri «9 * bination "package 1 'fc tt«>ie8 areas. In the V8U*y'' »r«8 OaC *^ This Indicated Jt ........ „,„, oral days before the jd«(egat wquld get around to nominee, with' {poking at thfi- scroens In yesterday's VbmmltV meeting, , j ' m 4 Tho, first big,-test in Uie tlon battling; will comeflta proposal to tja? any existed gate from voting on an; ""' over a convention seat. Spraguo' *nld the backers cf"*'*' 1 ''* '* can't ^revt temporarily b ythe mltt0e IF All to hag handed conteatB—a Con Stpcj Shi c«tt|e « ougter na( j be(;n expected "paekag*" will cover 389 she was gurged from the nn- ol oil, 831 pounds- Of 41'*( He currently is producing short) cracker, stumbled and fell with a ^T! 81 ^ 11 ?'".' protein cake or a. m. Friday at the home of a daughter. Mrs. Mae Loe. in Prescott. He is survived by seven children: Mrs. Ullie Glass. Prescott: Carl, Mrs. Mae Loe. Prescott; lighted match into the pan. films, two radio shows, and "Tales) of Tomorrow," a pioneering adult science-fiction TV program for the ABC network. He hopes the latter | will start a trend away from crime j Df, P0fO tO Rosston: Arthur L. Prescott; Douglas B., Eagle L*ke, Texas; and one sjsli^r and ff>*ftr Iter0tfif ft S*rvice* were te be held at 3 p. ro.. tads* »* n*ar fi Caaey^ cenxe- here in New York. IU being able to open up the doors in tfest area that count?." shows, which he thinks the public L is weary of. | As to what bright unknown fel-| lew in Oshkosh—or anywhere else, who wants lo crack television, Soiey summed up: "By a(| the rule* and regulation*, an outsider can't cra*b TV with only a single idea. Hut it'* like Hollywood. Every once in a Even .an experienced b»g-narae Pi-oo>w*r has trouble seUtag an Idea tor » new ty«* »feow, • _ _.* i_ *»_«^ »< to Century Class The Century Bible Class of First Methodist church will be taught this Sunday by a former Hope boy! who is now a college prpfevaor. At that time she and several ! other top Romanian gedts were de| nnunced as oeunter-revolutionary. i Western observers said they were being made scapegoats 'or Romania's current economic woea. Romero, Mtxican He is Woo4row pate, en*. Th« crusher to CCC, conditioneii mediate repurchase lie cake or ;, price as j , at to* ciirrf the Department of . i country girl gets on ajcenteuarjr train, goes e«t ther*^»»d ' '

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