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t . *TtoF.4,r^ J<,5! ^wraf'fss; 1 :^^"^-' -?*. L "Y c » J ii, i Y'"O, t J" Httfl If A*, MOM, AiKANIAI Hour Wwttrfp f,8. . ijfjdit U<Jlo» Aux. f1 *" Aux. Pro*. . Teacher! meeting Myer Mooting, URCH OHURCM A, fcSO It t, Thrwh, sup*. ,„ ,, lujfifl a.m. Morninu Worship 0:18 Baptist Training tJnlrm 3, T. BowdSh, OJrt-ctor. 7M» Kvenlft* Wor§hl|> wllh m«»- by pttntor. Wednttffty 7:30 F«llow»hlp tlwir Midweek Worship f$T the whole family, ITlft public i« Irtvlfed to attend alt icpvwen, CHURCH OP CHRI»T fifth Afld, Orntfy n*b*rt 0. Cook.. £v*na«lf«t. Httrirlnjr. Aii«ii(tt' 31 w<» he«ln n revival meeting to continue finch thrmtfth Scplr-trihrtr flth. llnrold V. Trimble of . 1*. will bell'* »f*nk- «r, Bro. Trlmttl* i» »<JFW>e Gospel preacher and teacnUh Burvlces are to be each evening: Little Folk 7:30 to 8 p.m. Preaching and »tnn- InH 8 to 9, Rvvryone i* urged to attend. ST. MAttK'ft Th« R*v. ClfsrUi Chambers Jr., Pfltst -In -Ch»ro« JO n.rn. Sunday School. U: IS Utftny, Ante-Communion, onrt (uirmon. Monday 7;30 ii,m Holy Communion. Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Th« Woman 1 * Auxiliary will mnet lit the home of Mrs. Frank Morn. HOPS OOtflt TAit«WACt« North Malft Mr*M o. M. MeMgomcry, Patter 0:45 Sunday School Guy K, Basye, Supt, 10 Hadlo Bible Clait. Broadcast over KXAR, O. M. Mont* gomery, teacher. ' Morning Worship 11 a.m. Sermon by the pastor. Junior and Senior Christ Amnas- utiiior Services 6:15 p. m. Miss Jore an Sims, President. I 7 :;o Evangelistic Service, Ser; moii by pastor. | Tuetduy i vi.') Christian Service Brigade, • tiu'dcr Berwick, leader. i Thursday I 7:30 p.m. Mid-week worship. HHit CHRISTIAN CHURCH N«rth Main at West Av«. 8. »•« Sunday Scfcoo*. We hav« classes for all age*. Oliver Adams, fiupt. 10:80 Morning Worship, Corn- miinicn servfce, ^nducted by the Rev. Ira D. Crewdson, State Secretary, There will be no CYF meeting .today. There will be no evening worship today. There will be no choir practice Thursday. V 'i. * * ,« This Church Page Is Published Weekly With the s Hope that More People Will Go to Church. ^ to* ' 2i %%*' , * &?hl ••*! «• Sv "! h 4 *' -i •»'* There is ho comfort, there is no wisdom like that which comes 4fo?m Heaven, "Totlajr gretttvthrongs of our fine young people* are ^•covering that f^ct throUlH the teachings at their favorite church >0hool The Sundpy School Is where they learn the aft of better Uvlf»g by precept^ and by exampieV These schools are alert to4helr 'iWponslbWty, They Mav»-^J^tlmuae» pointing out, to young !( jl*opJe, Me way to Heaven, Here, trained teachers share with young 'buoyant life all the good and tried values of religion. •^ In the glorious company ol faithful teache.rs, they learn to express ves in the language of the Great Teacher, Principles of ry and mathematics give way to the world's best seller, oly Bible, a» a guick.book. This great Sunday School should ^ be-a challenge to you. It i» her* one /earns fo-Wnfc the present to th« eternal.,. discover tye horrors o/ Hell and th9-blop(n& ol Hwvcn. In the Sunday School we learn to be good «eighbors, faithful soldiers and to prepare for that final journey from earth to Heaven, Do you go to Sunday School? ^YouInThe Church... The Church InYou , Form a combination for, S od. W« should attend arch Mgularly Evyr • man ; -woman and cml. A n««a« tht influence of, tthi CHURCH. Bt faithful; Bi a Churchman! Sponsored By local Business Firms Who Believe We Should Attend Religious Services Regularly. Hope Bosket Co, •i V ' ':.-'• Soenger & Rialto Theatres William M. Ducket! Brunor-lvory Handle Co. Citizens Notional Bank W, Shanhoutc Sons, Inc. "\ ' ' T ' . .''••' ; ; : . ':•• v • The Greening ln*Mranc« Agency and Realty Co, '. /• .. t Young Chevrolet Co. * DUINBW Norman Moore C»tl«* torvlct J. C. Penney Co. Gunter Lumber Co. Owen's Dept. Stores "Wo Clothe tha Family for Lens" Groydon Anthony Lumber Co. The First Notional Bank Crescent Drug Store E, J, Whitman OltUlbutor Gulf Roilnlno Co. Product* J. C. Archley & Co. Hope Manufacturing Co. Hop* Sign It Neon Service FIRST METHODIST CHURCH West 2nd at Pine V. D. Keelev. Paitor 0:45 n.m Church School Mr. C. V. Nunn Jr. will teach the lesson In the Century Bible Class. 10:55 a.m. Mornlns Worship. 5:.'10 p.m. Senior MYF fl p.m. Intermediate MYF. 7:30 p.m. Evening worship with ncrmon "What Must I Do to Be Saved. 1 " by Minister Monday Circle 1 will not meet this week. 4 p.m. Circle 2 of the WSCS will meet nt the; church with Mrs. J. B. Koorice, Mrs. L. E. Poteet and Mrs. Lex Helms Sr. hostesses. 4 Circle 3 will meet in the home of Mrs. Ralph Roulon, Mrs. T. S. McDavltt, co-hostess. 7:30 p.m. Regular monthly meeting of the Hoard of Stewards at the church. Tuesday Circle 4 of the WSCS will meet in the home of Mrs. Hulph Smith at 'A p.m. Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Board of Educaliot will meet in the church office. 7:30 p.m. Regular week Adul clioh; practice. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN East Second Street Rev. L. T. Lawrence. Pastor 10 Sunday School. J'ames H. Mil Icr, Supt. The Men's Bible Class will mee in the Parish House at 8:30 to coffee and doughnuts. Teacher o lesson which will begin at 10 o clock. There will be no morning wor ship this Sunday. There will be no Evening Wor ship or PYF this week. s Monday: 10:30 a.m. Executive Board of the Women, of the Church. ALL LACED UP-John C. Binkowikl, 59-year-old Chicago bookkeeper, displays the fillet luncheon cloth which won htm the gold cup for the best handicraft In the Illinois State Fait. Binkowski, •whose hobby has been needlecraft since he was 18, entered the lair (or tht first time this year. The Negro Community By Helen Turner Phone 7-4474 Or bring Items to Mlis Turner at Hlcka Funeral Horn* CHURCH OF GOO IN CHRIST Eld. U. C. Washington, Minister Hi: If) .Sunday School 12:15 Morning Worship B:30 p.m. Y, P. W. W. a p.m. Evening worship. CHURCH OF GOD Rev. L. C. Crossley, Pastor 9:45 a.'m. Sunday School 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship li.% p.m. Y. P. W. W. 8 p.m. Evening Worship. GARRETT MEMORIAL North Ferguson Street Elbert O'Steen, Pastor "Rock of A{jes Broadcast" from church auditorium 0 to 9:30 Sunday School 10 a.m. Grady Hairston, Supt. 11 Morning Worship 7 p.m. B. T. S. Classes for all ages. 7:30 Evening Message. Message by Pastor. Monday 2 p.m. Sr. Auxiliary meeting at the. church, Mrs. Ted Purtle, Pres Ident, and Girls' Auxiliary in char go of Mrs. Dwight Ridgdill. Wednesday 7 p.m. Teacher's meeting in charge of Mrs. B. M. Huz/ard. 7:30 Prayer meeting conducted by Vivian Tonnemaker. Thursday 7:30 Jr. Auxiliary meeting. Mis Vcrla Allen, President. We welcome you to worship wit us. CHURCH OF GOD In CHRIST Eld. O. N. Dennis, Pastor 9:45 a.m. Sunday School 11 a.m. Morning Worship. U p.m. Y. P. W.I W. / 8 p.m. Evening Worship BEEBEE MEMORIAL C. M. E. Rev. T. J. Rhone,' 1 Pastor 9:45 a.m. Sunday'scnool. 11 a.m. morning worship. 6:00 p. m Epworth Leagua 8 p.m. Evening Worship ROTARY'S NEW CHIEF—H. J. Brunnier, above, of. San Francisco, has been named as President of Rotary International for the 1952-53 fiscal year. Brunnier, a consulting engineer, has been a Rotarian since 1908. i MT: ZION CME CHURCH Rev. I. M. Manning, Pastor 9:45 a.m. Sunday School 11 a.m. Morning' Worship . G p.m. Epworth League. 8 p.m. .Evening Worship RISING STAR BAPTIST Rev, W. M. Erby, Pastor 9:45 a?m. Sunday school. 11 a.m. morning worship. 6:00 p. m. B. T. U. 8 p.m. Evening Worship CATHOLIC Third and Walker Sts. Father A. G. Dunleavy, Pastor 10:30 a.m. Holy Sacrifice of the Muss followed by Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament. Friday: The first Friday of the month — Mass at 8 q.m. "Is it true," asked the other, "that gold can be found in the streets of America?" "Yes," fibbed the first, "you just bend over and pick it up.' "Bend ov»r and pick it up," repeated the other, "Slave labor. 1 ' Girl: "I thought I told you to come after supper?" Boy: "Right! That's what I've come after." LONOKE BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. F. K. Powell, Pastor 9:45 a.m. Sunday School 11 a.m. Morning Worship. 6 p.m. BTU 8 p.m. Evening Worship GARRETT CHAPEL BAPTIST Rev. F. R. Williams, Pastor 9:45 a. m. Sunday school H a. m. Morning worship 6 p.m. BTU 8 p.m. Evening Worship BETHEL A. M. t. CHURCH Rev. G. Paschal, Pastor 9:45 a. m. Sunday school. 11 a.m. Morning Worship G p.m. A. C. E. L, 8 p.m. Evening* Worship Mrs. Lillie Poindexter has returned from Seattle, Wash., where she was a delegate to the meeting of the Eastern Star Order of Supreme Council. Mrs. Poindexter To Seal Tragic Mine Shaft JOPLIN, Mo., (UP)—The mine shaft into which bodman William "Billy" Cook tossed the five bodies o£ the Carl Mosscr family of At wood, 111., almost two 'years ago, will be permanently closed off. Mayor H. Chris Oilman of Jop-. lin said last night he will takef- "personal action" to see that Ihe mine shaft is clos£d and unpleas ant memories connected with it i ended as nearly as possible. I Cook, a native of Joplin,, today awaited execution in the : gas chamber of California's San Quentin prison for the slaying of Seat tie, Wash., Salesman Robert Dewey. The mine shaft into which the bodies oi the Mosser family \ wercr tossed is on Joplin's Fourth Street. The entire Joplin area is plagued with hundreds of abandoned- open mine shafts, officals said, and bo dies and automobiles frave been re- coveijed' from them ' for years. Mayor Oilman said he was "de termined" thai Ihe fourlh street shaft' be filled up or a permanent covering placed over it, so there will be "no danger to children has as her house guest Mr. and Mrs. Ben Crockett of East St. Louis, Illinois. Mrs. Persie Turner and H. M. Norman motored to El Dorado Thursday to visit relatives and friends. , "STINKING FOAM" TO QUELL squad b«ve a banTge of •• W«t cSm?o authoritie" ^- w ^ w » „ ^, Frankfurt, Germany, police riot a test of a new anti^riot weapon being perfected by 1 ' eyes, choWng and an "evil" smell. J SOME CLA^S TO THIS-Prime problem of designers a metal that VUl not melt under th* searing frictio^ develop E- Piper, process eogmeering director tor Northrop Aircraft, airplane of the futwe could have glass wings, ajteryis^ ~ L of such a j?l«|»«. (ti Ifcoily Scrapbag •y HAL. iOVLfi , A***ei«t«<l l»r«M writer NEW VORK (A- Olrls, our sue- ceitai formula for today la simple: "Stay in there and keep pitch' Ing- those curves." The symbol of this vibrant max 1m is Marilyn Monroe, who has proved an ambitious girl doesn't have to come to the big city to get ahead. She can do it in her own home town. At 9 Marilyn earned five cents .a month spending money setting Ftables in a Los Angeles orphans home. At 24, in the nearby film studio where she now has to wail on. nobody, she draws down $750 a week. In Hollywood, where she is rated as one of the most sultry discoveries since the late Jean Harlow, this naturally Is considered peonage. . "They keep saying that one of these days they'll tear up my contract and write me a better one," she said. "And one'of these days 1 wish they would." "They keep me so busy," she complained, "sorry I'm so late." She turned her wide blue eyes on me, and I had an uneasy feeling they would melt and drip on the table. Then she sat down be M tt-^'^y ^' n v f * i- 1 , "-^flw Star Afternoon, fenltfht iiw | ... no Important ttfnpottffiw ,t«rflper»«ur«« . HUthM Lowfli 53D YEAR: VOL. 53 — NO. 273 MOM, ARKANSAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 90, 1932 Mtmbtn The Auotl.ttti Prtu k Audi* l*fi*« »' Cln»l«»l*M MM. ln«lat Mimli J1, A». N«» »«w PRICE 5c U. .S, Britain Trying to Settle Iran Oil Dispute By JOHN M. HIGHTOWER Washington, W) — The United States and Britain are expected to offer substantial concessions short ly in what may be a last-ditch effort to settle the Anglolrcnian oil crisis. But there was no great opti* mism apparent here or in London that the touchy problem will be solved by the new negotiation pro posals diplomatic sources indicate will be placed before Premier Mo- hsmmed Mossadegh of Iran. Indications arc that the Western side 'mT-TcTl ckTse^'and'T had Powers are prepared to make what an uneasy feeling that maybe I'd some diplomats consider substan ' tial concessions, and to offer, flnan^ 200 Miles Added to Highway System; Protests 4-Lane Road to Little Rock Plant melt. "I was having my hair fixed in |) my hotel room, and all I had on was a towel," she said, and added carefully —"a small '.towel. Some reporters were on the other side of the door asking me questions. And such questions They wanted to know if I knew how many stomachs a cow had, and they seemed real surprised when I gave them the right answer — four. "Then they asked me if I knew what heat was? I told them sure — Heat is something that is generated. Isn't that right?" Marilyn, who recently was in a )(hm called "Monkey Business," rather enjoys people who take her for a real life dumb blonde. She is dumb the same way Mae West is. • At the moment she is rather amazed by the public interest in her disclosure that she never wears brassieres, girdles or any other firm of underclothing, and sleeps raw except for a nightly dab of perfume. , "It's more comfortable not to wear underclothing, and I don't like to feel wrinkles," ' she said. I'What's so unusual about that? You must know a lot of girls who do' the same thing— and who put on perfume before going to sleep.'" Editor's Note: If Boyle docs, he never mentioned it' before. Miss Monroe leels most American women should follow her ex "But, first, some of them ought to exercise," she said. "In order cial inducements to Mossadegh if he agrees to enter into negotiations on what American and British of ficials consider reasonable terms. The feeling of pessimism stemmed from the 3Vz-hour meet ing between American Ambassa dor Loy W. Hendc»j-.'n and the chief British diplomat in Tehran, George Middlcton, with Mossadegh Wednesday. They appeared glum as they emerged from the conference, which was' to explore various ap proachcs to the Anglo-Iranian set tlement, and to test the Premier's reaction to the proposals which Washington and London expect to make. LITTLE nOCK (ft — The AT kansas Highway cmmlssion opened $558,852 In bids on eight projects here today but delayed until this afternoon an expccteU $92,910 for surfacing an eight praders by brand name rather than specifications. Included in the bids was one of '•$92.919 for surfacin an eight mile stretch between Huntsvillc and Forum In Madison County. Federal engineers have refused to provide U.S. aid on the project on grounds another route would be less costly and more desirable. The apparent low bid on the job was submitted by McClinton Brothers Construction Co. of Faycttc- ville. Opening of bids on motor graders is expected later today. The commission recently advertised for bids on three makes, dropping its former practice of drawing specifications which must be met and allowing bids on any make that conforms. Three firms have submitted bids on other makes of graders, and Atty. Gen. Ike Murry hais been asked for an opinion on whether the new method of advertising by brand names is legal. The request came from Pulaski County Rep. Jim Coates, Jr. Deputy Auditor B. E. Friday says he will not pay for any graders bought under the process if Murry says it is illegal. During this morning's meeting to be. firm I to be. you know. exercise with the weights J. R. Robertson Succumbs at Shreveport J. R. Robertson, aged 65, a former resi'dent of Hcmpstead, died Wednesday in a Shreveport Hospital. He is survived by two daughters Mrs. Gladys Fields of Hope, Mrs. Vera Moran of Bosier City, La. a son, T-Sgt. Austin Robertson of Randolph Field, Texas, two broth crs, Jess and Jim Robertson of Okolona, four sisters, Mrs. Mattic Clark of EL Dorado. Mrs. V» : **• • • ••• ' . «• ''*• • • wi'" */»•'- V« . " Chief Engineer Alf Johnson thn commission that, more told than 200 department cars and trucks have been driven better than 100,000 miles. Three have more than 300,000 miles on them, he said. He said the department needs 50 new pickup tru9ks and a number of station wagons. Reports of opposition to efforts to have the commission build — LITTLE ROCK UB — The state Highway C o m m 1 s s i on, waving aside Highway Department recommendations and a shortage of maintenance funds, yesterday add* cd 200 miles of county roads to the state highway system. The list of roads, prepared by districts, was approved on a single motion and without a dissent ing vote. In other actions, the busy outgoing Commission: 1. Awarded six contracts for see ondary road projects; rejected two others as too high; put off paving Highway 67-70 between Little flock and Benton for 1952, and received a list of six "absolute must" projects for this year. 2. Purchased 13 motor graders from a total of six bidders and without following its controversial "name brand" invitation tor the equipment. Thirty automobiles for thy Highway Department also were purchased. Highway Department eninecrs opposed addition of the new roads to the system, insisting in a report to the Commission that traffic on the roads did not justify the move. The report added that most of the roads were in very poor condition. . In the Hope District new rouda added: Sprlnghill to highway 29, 2 miles. Highway 27 to Narrows Dam, 7 miles. Cut-off between Highway 29 and Highway 4 through industrial sec* lion of Southwest Proving Grounds at Hope, 4 miles. fix Louisiana Electors Protest Tidelands Stand with federal help access highway to Antoine to Highway 19, five miles. Wlttllfc Ul UL A^y^MUW, ATAA O. AJUOgtV .flOer J McCauleyv Mrs. Ruth. Howard- of j plan. Okolona and Mrs. Stella Jone's of I "Wil - a four lane the projected jet bomber base at Jacksonville also was heard, but the move was not brought before the commission this morning. At Camden, publisher Walter Hussman said he had telegraphed the commission and federal en.gi- E. R. Oliver. opposing the myself "I lie on my back with my! arms overhead and lift the weights 15 times. It is a kind of pull againsst gravity, I guess, I used to. walk a lot, too. Walking up a steep hill is the best thing for a woman's legs." But what about the subject on the minds of 10 million girls this leap year — how to catch a bus band? Marilyn, whose own marriage at 16 didn't last, gave two simple rules: ' "1. A girl should follow her instincts. "2. That will about take care "of things, as instincts are important." , As for sex a current events topic most movie stars and baseball players usually have opinions on, Miss Monroe said: Cooler, Mp. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at Herndon-Cornelius Funeral Home. Hurricane Moves Slowly Toward Land MIAMI, Fla. W) Hurricane warnings were hoisted along a 250 mile stretch of Atlantic coastline between Fernandina, Fla., and Georgetown, S. C., today for a dangerous Atlantic hurricane mov- mg slowly toward land. The center of the savage tropi cal disturbance was located abou 110 miles east of St. Augustine thought of asking her what her first thought was. "Truthfully, 'ye never given it £,"..; .ft a m . EST second thought. It was movjng sk)w i v nor thwest And she was gone before I ward at about 10 . miles per hour packing winds of 80 to 00 miles per hour. The advisory warned that "thii is an emergency" and said terse ly: "AU interests on the Georgi and South Carolina coasts shoulc take immediate hurricane precau tions." The advisory pinpointed this se son's first Atlantic hurricane nea latitude 29.8 north and longitud 79.6 west and said it was attendee by a small area of hurricane fore winds around the center and rather wide area of gales. Newspaperboy Day on October 4 WASHINGTON W— A quarter of a, million American newspaper car rier boys will help sell the new type Series E defense bonds in 12 million homes next Oct. 4. Secretary of the Treasury Snyder rrmounced this yesterday, saying the carriers had offered their bond drive services through the International Circulation Managers Asso- Storm warnings from Jacksonville, remained u Fla., to Wil elation. jmington, N. C. Snyder said it was "a magnifi-l Grady Norton, chief storm for cent demonstration of good citizen-'caster at the Miami weather b Within the past year Mr. Oliver nd the Highway Department re- ected an identical proposal here ftcr a request by the U.S. Navy," lussman said. The Navy asked Dr a four lane highway to its am- nuntition depot at Camden where $50 million expansion program s under way. Hussman said the proposed jet bomber base already has federal and state f highway access routes but tht only one federal highway provides access to the ammunition depot from areas west , of he Ouachita River. Projects on which bids were opened today and apparent low jiders: Nevada County — 6 miles gravel base course and double bltumi- noys surface treatment on Prescott- Liittle Missouri River bottoms surfacing road, Highway 19 Interstate Construction Co., Pine Bluff, $52,670.16. White and Jackson — 8.25 miles and treat- crushed stone base course double bituminous surface ment on Bradford-Denmark surfacing road, Highway 87, Ben M. Hogan b Co., Little 650.95. Hock, $77, Former Resident of Hempstead Dies in Texas Ally Lyons, aged 57, a former Ozan resident, died Tuesday at Edinburg, Texas. He is siinrvived by his wife and two brothers, Roy and Daly Lyons of Ozan. Funeral services will be held at 2:30 p.m. Sunday at the Methodist Church of Sardis. , Zealanders Bound for U.S. Brave Storms BOSTON (fl — A Harvard University-bound New Zealand physician and his family— "down tp our last can of bully beef" — have ar rived in Peru aboard their 48-foot ketch after battling the stormy Pa cific on an 11-week voyage. r Dr. R. A.i Davis wrote Harvard officials in a letter received yen terday that hurricane-force winds lashed the vessel on its 0,750-milc trip from Wellington, New Zealand The Miru, with Davis, 34, his wife Lydia and their sons, John 10, and Timothy, 5, and two New Zealand crewmen aboard, limped into Caliao, Peru, last Monday After her fuel oil tanks ran dry the craft crawled Into port with her auxiliary engine running jerk ily on kerosene from the galley stove. Her sails were torn in thu long bout with raging, winds. Davis, who will do graduate work at the Harvard School of Public Health, will head the ketch to ward Boston on her final 3,000 mild leg tomorrow. The couple wrote: "It was a rough trip for us with much wetness, cold and rearing weather to cope with, but we ar rived safely. The journey from now on along the coast of South America through the Panama Canal and up the East Coast will be a joy ride, but the Caribbean may sting us as a nasty one." ' Davis gained sailing experience while ministering to 16,000 persons via his vessel when medical officer of the Cook Islands, which stretch 1,000 miles across the South Pa cific between Tahiti and New Zealand. NEW ORLEANS tffl —Six of Louisiana's 10 Democratic prcsl< dentinl electors have resigned In protest to Gov. Atllnl Stevenson's stand against state ownership of rich oil-bcnrlng tidolnnds. The four remaining electors have Indicated they hnvc no intentions of bolting. Only one of the rcslgcd electors has been replaced as yet. In tha latest revolt, Neville Levy of New Orleans and Edward V. Pnvy of Opelousas yesterday joined four other electors who hnd previously resigned. Gov. Stevenson declared recently that he agreed with President Truman's veto of n bill that would have given the states title to the tidolnnds. Levy, in his letter of resignation, .asserted: '". . . There comes a time when there can be no further compromise and that period has now boon reached. "I have boon n lifelong Demo crat, and I intend to remain n Democrat, but I cannot place a political party above the principle of state soverignty as written into the Constitution of thu Unltcdi States." Pavy ndvised N, B. Carstarphen of Shreveport, chairman of the State Democratic Central Committee, that he was resigning and said: "I feel the best Interest of the people ot our country as a whole— and the state of Louisiana In pnr ticular — will not be served by the election of Gov. Stevenson." Stressing the financial loss that lOuisinna, Texas, and California might suffer if the federal government retains control ot the off- shprc lands, Pavy estimated Lou isiunu's income from tideland oil royalties would earn the state an estimated 30 million dollars a year. The electors' revolt is part of the political turmoil In Louisiana that prompted Gov. Robert Kcnnon to.declare yesterday: VFor all practical purposes Lou isftma now has a two-party .status as far as the November election is concerned. Neither party can safe ly mark Louisiana in Its column." Louisiana last wonti .Republican in 1870. Many Louisiana and Southern Democrats oppose thu national Democratic platform, particularly its stand on tidelands and its plank that calls for federal action in the Josephine Hospital Close; Lack of Fund Delays County Proje BEAUTIES IN THE NEWS — "I did It on purpose," atrip- tease dancer Down Qlory, right, told police after she Jumped twenty feet from-.the 1 balcony of the Burbank Theater In Los Angeles clad only In a flimsy bra and frilly panties. The dancer, whose real name Is Dorothy Hard Burkenstock, was "Mlbs New Orleans" of 1046. Her condition Is reported good. Yolande Betbeze, left, wh owon the "Miss America" of 1951 title In a bathing lult, wrapped a cloak of dignity about her In New York and said she w«« oonslderlna running for Congress. The young Birmingham, Ala., singer Is taking extensive 1 voice lesslons with the hope of some day singing wltfi the Metropolitan Opera. — NTA Telephoto field of civil rights. This group contends the civil rights problem is one for the states Lo solve. To take advantage of this spill in Democratic ranks, Louisiana Republicans have pledged an inten slve campaign to capture votes of dissatisfied Democrats and inde pendent voters for Gen. Dwifihl Eisenhower, Republican presidential nominee. Eisenhower has advocated state ownership of the tidelands and al lowing the states to settle the civil rights problem. ship." Oct. 4 is Newspaperboy Day, and the Post Office Department is is suing a new three-cent stamp to commemorate the public service of the carrier boys. Detroit Opens Air Show CETROIT (*t—The five billions dollar International Air Exposition opened here today with the most spectacular demonstration of mill tary air power ever seen by civilians. . More than 500,000 persons are expected to jam the Detroit Wayne Major Airport for the three day exposition. AU branches of the armed fore es have sent their biggest, fastest and newest planes to the show. in a'iffitMMi a huge said it probably would be another 12 hours before the hurricane center hit land if it continued the present course. r was expected to arrive tno» jpn after a flight frocn Sap- Wash., via the North Pole. „ Stratojet bonjfeef »lse wa« scheduled to land at U» show this Texa» City Victims Appeal to High Court WASHINGTON l«— The Supreme Court has been asked to see that the victims of the Texas City, Tex., disaster get paid for the losses they suffered. lite high court yesterday was asked to reinstate damage awards totaling 240 million dollars, grow ing out of 373 legal actions by 8,485 claimants. A Houston. Tex., U. S. District Court first ruled that the govern ment was liable to the claims be cause a nitrate laden vessel thai exploded, touching off a series oj (4her blasts, was in government service. Later, the U. S. Circuit Court in New Orleans overruled the decision. More than H» persons were killed, tome 3,000 injured, and an <*to»ted SO mQtioj} dollar proper Snyder to Head tank Conference WASHINGTON Wh-Secretary of the Treasury Snyder will lead the U. S. delegation to 7th annual meeting of the World Bank and International Monetary Fund begin ning Sept. 2 in Mexico City. At a news conference yesterday Snyder said both organisations are doing "fine jobs" toward helping develop world resources and trade, and smoothing out international currency problems. Snyder also said the U. S. posi tion of gold U "unchanged." Thia country has been buying and sell ing gold at $95 an ounce, setting the world price for gold. Some gold producing nations have urged that the U. S. raise the price. Local Seaman Now in Korean Area Kenneth Guthrie, seaman, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil F. Guthrie of 312 East 75th St. Hope is serving in the Far East on the Staff, Commander Fleet Air Wing 6. Fleet Air Wing 6 has been operating in the Far East since it was commissioned on Aug. 4. 1850. The staff is composed of about ISO officers and men. Squadrons under the Wing's command, which include units of the Royal Air Force, are performing day and night search and reconnaissance missions in support of the United Nations Forces in Korea and adjacent areas. Two Newsboys Back From Trip to Florida Its back to work today for two Hope Star newsboys who returned yesterday from a trip to Florida with A. H. Washburn, publisher of The Star. Mr. Wushburn remained in Florida where he is visiting his father. W. O. Washburn, at Sara sola. The youngsters,. Charles Ray Tittle and Ernest Whitten, were gone six days. They return d by lane leaving Tampa at 10:15 a.m. esterday and arriving in Texar- ana at 3:10 p.m. the same day. 'hey made stops at New Orleans and Dallas. Hospital Bill by Dr. Can 37 Years Ago After thirty seven ,jr5$*f vice to tho sick p«op1e$' community, thlrty-two^y* which have boon itf™***™ building, tho Joxepl will bo closed on 11)58, it wag annou. Dr. Jim McKcnzlo, The hospital has boon'1 n bout u year longer than' ned, in the hopa that a munlty hospital would construction by this time. , However, duo to the pnysl( dltlon of the present ptof was not thought wltjo to onornto OH a hospital until munity hospital could be. ;l Dr. McKenzlo aald ot the; lima It does not soom*f that construction on a now can bo begun boforo JU1; nnd it would require a years for the construct impractical to make the that would bo nocosaarj Josephine Hospital is to open for another four y| Doctor continued. " ' " ri., Tho <closlng of this htfsfil throw an udded burden^a other two hospitals in Hopls; arc ulruudy overcrowded Josephine Hospital was Dr. G. E. Cannon, and 0\ operated by him until Jii! when it was sold to $$* SJ ' Konzio who has operated; tho present time, Dr.; T will cqntlnuo to maintain-, in thu hospital building;? oral, Hospital.'' A committee, „„, C. Cook,.-to plan a' newicf pltal, in a series-of mai decided tho CoUnty coul with local funds aloneiof in rgo enough to take'* needs of this .section. ,.iAs a'result' an efforts, made to secure foderall: there is some hope ttatT' bo made available, \poft year. In that event,const a new County- HoapltaMl immediately, * :>T; J Under tha present set oral aid money allotted^ HOB for tho.next two.:; years has been channel* University Hospital " If no new federal^ ( available construction/ \ ly not b$ 'staved :bef ,tho local project. Labor Da TollAIre Mountin By The . ri»H YARN TOKYO <* This is a bearish tj 4*n*»g« was by fee sort of fish story: Kyodo news service says fishermen opened a 165 pound shark off the Southern Japanese coast —and found a wild b*ar inside, agency added that groups of Sfy-WM t*ar« ' :9Mijf *»'f5 Chapman May Inter Campaign WASHINGTON <*i —Secretary o the Interior Chapman says he may take a leave of absence withou pay to campaign for Gov. Adla Stevenson, Democratic presidentia nominee. He told a reporter yesterday h has not quite made up his mine In the meantime, Chapman bead west today to Hoe up his firs speaking tour. Four years ago, Chapman said he took leave without pay from post as Ufld*|-»$rffc|ry to worl Presbyterion Men to Hear Weisenberger Frank McLarty, President of the Wen's Bible Class, announces that Prosecuting Attorney Royce W e teea erger wiil< t* the guest speaker t t the Men's BiWe Class "at the First PresbyttTiun Church, Sun- ay, August 31. Fcnder Damage Rotwlt of Wreck Little Jimmy Dickens, diminutive singing star of the 'Grand 0}e Opry' and WgM, TV programs at Nashville, Tonn. will appear (n person at Third Dial, Livestock Show Tuesday Sept, 23, for one performance. He is to appear on the. stage of the Coliseum with his "Country Boys". This unit has been acclaimed by both critic's and press as one of the top attractions of the folk-world, now fto* peering throughout the country. "" Dickens is on4 °! t he m ° Bt &Y', able • personality seen on any Arnerican stage ipday, He probabty has the loudest voice of any man his size anywise Born in Bolt, Virginia, a very small town in the mining community • near Beckley. jimmy took his-guitar, big voice and familiar smile 1 into radio at the early age of J8 end has won nation-wide popularity. Jimmy, whp stands only feet eleven ineh»«; war reared a farm and wxjrfced ftard the ladder of »i|C«!esa. Today be one of Columbia!| Ace recoi^' artists and a St8,c;<jf, WSjVI 'Or Aged Hemp&tead Woman Dies Early Saturday Mrs. Ann Campbell, aged 01 died early today at the home of a son, P. A. Campbell , of highway* fatal ^ early, , first re numbered highway" early on' to* f oa4tt Ja«i hoiuiay She wag » native of Bjad* ley County but had lived in Hempstead most of her life. She is survived by her son, a daughter, Mrs, B,o#a Womack o{ Mot Springs, a byptheir, lam« of BradWArtf. Funeral tiervicwV, wiU be held, at 2:30 p.m. Swnjifty at Hermjlpn.' day and, The ing from Cornells Chapel !.i Hocky Mound Cariton Roberts - w^. ^iff luiate, Active paUbearer«t 'Jiini Barney Gainej, Per^y, CB Automobiles driven by Mr». B. '^, McCain of Hope and W. Scott of Texarkana, collided yesterday on West Third St., re- suiting in headlight and fender damage to the Scott vehicle. Investigating City Officer* charged Mrs. McCain with failure to, yield the right of way following the accident, Ole Opry'. ., success in life, old There U sometimes a was. He is food .g Joys making t, and is proud gives credit Ws organiiw" a« g preton . Other than,< not jwve man hunting is proud of Jje remains hey" he ' huriaV. to] The Scorpion Jeti to' Carry RockeN

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