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. Jf-rffxfA. 1 w( ' dr j^^pS^_ y~**' -\ >Y V,- '*„ " *' r * \ 1 ' " "*>r ,rr* HOM IfAfl, HdM, ARKANSAS In 1 by *» T, „, ,,.jfltrtof ttntf ,.•> flr»d him J«« fc w* v, faf th*»!*m MrnlRht till f * ttwtrm»n o suUcommlttc tlfi(t WittGtrmait Republic Halltd /*. to «h IflfirJ , ttorfnnny »f uw ft'"™* oftt* n Riwblfe WB* WWW rln/tlnK »lr«to* of r?™|*T MW yntfrdflf »«'» \>y was h«irt Ift ttw with flnft« <>f the Oci'man flelcn, . c6rtipfl«lrt« ina thi» »t»lM of Commwtot Bort and t>«t»« ••'M'K by • the wnr, 1 In e«m- «f«» f « lVMW tho ut pub- Rabbits That Wobble Aid Scientists By PWANK CA«6V AP 8cleric« Reporter' ITJtACA. N. Y. !*>- /roflk bit* which ffln'i hop but inntcnil not WBJ an wcr dl« lour Bun* „_ Commit tfno <rf then jffstid invent of which were " In fl»a B' pliinn<<d ot Cau to nrn In lh« Rtudy of «*f- nntl ntmormnl wcbbl(» ltk<* tlvln« nfW mill luirnnn 1*h|8 wn» rnportnfl today nt the ^ppnlnR fit throe-day mootln« nt ,h« Amorlcnn Inglltuto of BiuloRl* ciil Science* AII1H on the eturipu* Cornell Unlvcnilly, ono of th« pnntorH of biological re- Farmer Stabbed to Deoth raVFRI ° "ifttiond of hopping llk» n nor .Thot'» Joo there, at lower left. You can't see his face because hes calms dirt -. 1 the ground. Mike, next to him, looks apprehensively over Ms barricade, Just hunches up nnd covers his face wit n n s squeeze into tiny little corner that will give them protet on .. happened when the Chinese Communists poured n mot tar u. o. Division Infantryman who look cover In a shallow, sond-boggcd rldgcllno facing Old Bdldy," near Chorwon. Korea. IIARHISHURG, W-t.eslie Cami h'll. a fili-yenr-old farmer, was) • Uiiibfxl to death outside a nirnl «•;,!(- late Saturday night. , Sheriff J. Lee WriRht snld Henry Patrick t.onK, •"'". i' 1 *" 1 '• farmer, who is rrtarrl<-d to Campbell's for. rirr-r wife, had been charged with first degree murder in Campbell' 1 (I. alii. The stubbing occurred nt Harri'- ri> Corner, a highway junction Li twern here and Market! Tree. Wright said thero apparently h:u' l,oen "bad blood" between Ca mo- bell and Lont! for some time harl tluil lie was told both had accused; H,e other of making threats. ! The 1'oinsett County sheriff snlrtj Campbell and his son — who also' is Mrs. Long's son — and lh-.> I.r.iiK.'i were in tho cafe at the > i -KIII,' time Saturday night. j • r.;iter, he said, Campbell and; LonK met outside Ihe cafe, and a' fight followed. Campbell died of a , i rovei-ed arlery in the upper parti .f'of his left leg. Lnnij was jailed here. Both men lived on Route 2, Tru; n,nn. Ark. I Campbell, who had been di- i voreed from Mrs. Long some eight i years ago, is survived by his son, : who lives at Nettleton three | daughters, Mrs. Leon More and i Mrs. Bill Vaughan, both of Nettlc- I ton, and Mrs. Henry McDearmont ! of Angleton, Texas. man wrote Caudle IB dny« boforo \\f (Irod him. Iri It frumnit Uinnkod Cttu«M« for on It'ftUag «l««retto co** whiish the Ju*MCtt Oeportment officlftt Witt on rotuvninx fcotn n Ku Oct. 20. I0fi>, th« Hter "Thonks B lot for thnt beautiful cl«ui'» l lti» cfl*p which you und Mr. D'Agotttno brought me from<.tta)y. "It Is nboul . HIP moot beautiful one I hevi» «v«i' »f)d I -appro- clntft most hl«hly your thoughtful "Sincerely yours, Harry fru- mnn." The PredlUiml doefl nat Rtnokn. 'Cht> l«u»«r wuB written IP day* after Tnunmt lind wrltto.n Coiullo Uifit "m«u like you" muk«> .11 possible fov lit* r*r#*tfUI<*nl*to*eurry on Ciuullc'H dlHinlHHiil w»n on ground* thnt his outslrtfi activities) were Ini'ompatltil** wtyh Itls official duties, t.aier Truman told n news confei'itneo thnt PmuHe would luw fccen ankud to rfslgn even without tho t«x Npnmlnl InvMllKntian then bflng'tJRVi'led on by Ihe House Wey« nnd. Moans Commute. This commute* went Into a practically free trip Cnudle took to Evi .rope m tUo summer ot IBBO toihtilp mftMiiiijti hft dollar crodiu ;lh ttnl, *€n«dle» told n#w*mnn (luring Korean Peace "Continued from Pag" One o mov* on their part would launch world war 111. H Th«r«> I* no indication that su. h ah attack I* Immlnunt tit the pres- »nt tim». If nnd whim on attack come*, it will bu only wtu-n It fits lnU» the Communist timetable — •nt u time and place of their own choosing. "Personally. I do not. fnnwc nn tiick upon Jnpun in the linmc- fulur«." On tho armistice noRotlntlons Chirk, mid "there will be no run- to tin- Communlsls on the riipatrlntlon isiuii'. 'I would nut l»t one wny or the on the -chances of un nrmls- lie**, but It seems to me thnt they boll down to the elHiriees of abandonment by the Communists! of Ihitlr (JUsinund thnt we hand over POWH whu don't wont to HO back. at thuse ehuncex ure apparent- Jy MOMOUW iilunc ctm cny with nnyt imfClslonVV Tho Soviet position its supplier of the Camiwmlst nrmlos In Korea remu'ln* itWtti Clnrk snld. He m»IH h$ could. »eo no., evideucu of a "tlitflttliBnt Ktrnin" In Soviet stock clnun ' or * t>fl| 000 which tho New Jersey wlnft nnd hlH fathw, Motteo , hn«» doposlted in ltitl,v 'World Wu«> H. Thu bunlta w&ntttd to -pay nff In Italian cur- roncy nt th«» pf o«wnr- exchange i'ntt> and th« D'Aaoatlnod wanted dot •lai% \»IUfh Wew vwth mo*e to Ihtlinn Urn ot thnt time. WWs Truman tetter to Cnudle w»» shown by>n wMftbU* aourco wins dc ellnetl to bo ttuotfil by name, H» dttltl StVfould be given to the Ch«W «Ubeoinmitt««i which winong other thing* is loohlnu Into the drcuin UancM ol Caudle's ounter. A White llouso npok«timan told a vwortei' lh«* th» ol«fli who record*- of gifts to the Vr**b WH» not available. H« uddod: j of providjng th« Chinese and Korffinl with' nrttis. "The boss of U, N. forces In Komi c^ut'onm*, ngalnat wishful thinking about a, posiible split between Russia ami Chinn. AnKe<l ubu«t lh« Chou Kn-lai mis- »Um to MustiwW,'Clnrk xuid: "Anybody** guess Is ns good IIR mln« Uil to VhflV lh«H« Minister and «n«crupuh>utr* indlvlduttls are c. Jng up. Whatever II Is, we should r«st «sstir«J' thnt the decisions tttkon wJiU.a<(CirVl«f to-the wlvantane ot uomrawhl«m; ; and not to tho fret \vorUl." « Toft Ready for Campaign Part VMSHINGTON iff)— Sen. Robert A. Taft of Ohio, back from a va- ciiliuiv in Canada, confers with Republican leaders today on Ihe parl he will play in the presidential election campaign. Tuft, who heads the Senate Tie- publican Policy Cominittee, told newsmen as ho got off a plane fioin Quebec yesterday that he wants to eatch up on the political situation before making any announcement of his plans. He said he expected to confer with GOP National Chairman Ar- Ihiu- Summerfield and Sen. Frank C'.u-lsoii of Kansas, two of the top advisers of Gen. Dwiuht D. Eisenhower, who defeated Taft tor the- Kcpubliean presidential nomina- 1 en). Summerfield said before seeing Tafl he was confident the Olvionr. would play a major rule in the campaign. The Ohioun said his post-convention pledge of support for the t'.i- i-iihower-Nixon Republican ticket still stands". HELPS NEGROES—B a nfcs and business houses throughout New York have begun the sale, at a premium, of the new Carver-Washington commemorative half-dollar pictured above. .The half-dollar, okayed by Congress for premium sale at $2.00, honors George Washington Carver and Booker T. Washington. The face shows heads of the two great JMegro leaders. . On the obverse side 5s a map of the U. S. with the slogan "Freedom and Opportunity lor All—Americanism." Proceeds will go to aid underprivileged Negroes. Monday, er's fancy turns in that thr year and I don't Wai for a moment But I feel t of them may yet regret peluousity of their wooing iiutumn is h*rp.' . Stevenson added: "I am touched when these papers solicitous obout the survival of the two P system. Now I really can t & myself to believe that the R lican party is about to fade a even if it loses in 1052. , •If so, it is staging one,of longest and loudest de,atr scenes In history. "How can the Republican pi Slsappear when-about 90 per of the press for 10 or 16 ye*»l been 'telling the American pel day in and day out that ihef publican paity alone can save republic? Surely Republican I lishers and editors don t hond believe thut they have so llttl| fluence. "I am in favor of a two system in politics. And I thlnV have n pretty healthy two " system at this moment. ' "But I am in favor Of ^ party system in our press? And, I am, frankly, consider] concerned when I see the e* to which we are developing, aj party press in n two party tf Stevenson told his newspapej dience: '." ' "I earnestly wish that the papers so highly •agitated.over two party system, in politics w contemplate the very real, dal of the one party system.^ir press . . -' :1 Monday, September §,1*52 HOP! STAR, H 0 * t«- A ft K A N S A S SOCIETY >*non« 74411 lUtwMit I A. M. •!)« 4 P. M, Calendar Monday, September 8 'Hope Band Auxiliary will have a meeting Monday night, Soptem- 'her 8, at 7:30 at Cannon Hall. All 'members are urged to oe present. ,, The Rebecca Sunday School jj^lnss of the First Baptist Church will meet Monday evening, Septcm- J ,,bcr 8, at 7:30 at the home of Mrs. I..Basil York. • , The Wesleyan Service Guild of ,the First Methodist Church will meet Monday, September 8, at 7:30 at the home of Mrs. B. B. Me. Phcrson with Mrs. J. W. Patterson as associate hostess. iThc Business Woman's Club of Iho First Baptist Church will meet •Monday night, September 8, at '7:45 in the home of Mrs. Ailecn |-Johnson on East Third Street. All members are urged to be present. I-T- Tuesday, September 9 Hope Country Club will have a Western Dance (wear Western Rodeo outfit) Tuesday night, Sep tember 9, from 9 to 12 o'clock. I J-Iostesses will be Mr. and Mrs. I •Lylc Brown, Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Royston, Dr. and Mrs. Emmel Thompson. Walter Sims, Stewart. and Mrs. Edwin Wednesday, September 10 The City Federation of Garden Clubs will have their annual lun chcon at the Barlow Hotel at 12:30 September 10. All garden club members who wish to attend please call your respective garden club president. » The DcAnn Lilac Garden Club will meet Wednesday, September 10, at 2:30 In the home of Mrs. C. C. Coffee with Mrs. J. J. Samuels as co-hostess. Thursday, September 11 The American Legion Auxiliary will meet Thursday, September 11, Raw Milk Is Blamed far Polia Outbreak FREDRICKSBURO, Tex. Pclio virus In rasv milk caused six children In the Paul Pehl family to be stricken with the disease, State Health Officer George W. Cox said yesterday. Dr. Cox and other health officials made a day-long inspection of the Pthl farm near here to find out why this great number of persons in one family had been infected with polio. "The polio infection was undoubtedly carried in raw milk," Dr. Cox said. "The polio virus entered the mild during the milk process." Six of the Pehl children are in a Sat. Antonio Hospital with the dis- ense. The only child not afflicted is a 13-year-old daughter. Dr. Cox said that one of the Pehl boys apparently got the virus from a close friend who was striken with polio before the Pchls. He as co-hostess. All members urged to be present. arc some of our nation's great pa Free Book on Arthrii And Rheumatism Wliy SOIT1O 01 our nuwun .T fiiv-wv i— • /. pors rushed to commit themselves HQW to Avo , d Cr | p p||ng De'forr to a candidate last spring, long before they knew what that candi . An amazing newly enlarged a" stood for, or what his party page book entitled 'Rheurnf , Iform would be, or who his op will be sent free to anyone_ nonent was or what would be the will write for it. jr.] 4-^r7-s«p-*|A^^r&l |ijV;fho Friendship Class of the Firsl Baplist Church will meet Tuesday nifeht, at 8 o'clock in the home of Mrs. J. N. Hobbs. at 7:30 nt the home of Mrs. E. P. i said the Pehls milked their own O'Neal with Mrs. E. A. Morsanl cows and the chore passed from one child to the other. Evidently the Pehl boy passed the virus to others in his family when, in milking the cows, he con laminated the raw milk. Had the milk been pasteurized, Dr. Cox said, the family probably would not have been stricken. The health officer said the Pehl inspection does not throw any added light on how polio is transmitted. Sympathetic citizens of Gillcspic County have contributed $3,200 to aid Ihe stricken family. Wednesday, September 17 Paisley PTA will meet in Paisley School auditorium on Wednesday, September 17, at 3 o'clock. Stnlcs Chapter AE of PEO will have ,,a, luncheon Tuesday, September 9, at 1 o'clock at the Hope Country b. Hostesses will be Mrs. H. O. ['"Ky'lcr, Mrs. Ernest O'Neal, Mrs. Quality and Economy. .. St.Joseph ASPIRIN SELLER ATM the trouble; explains a non-surgical, non-medical j fl ment which has proven SAtoce I for the past 33 years. , j You incur no obligatiom In ing for this instructive bopk.'Ij be the means of saving you f of untold misery. Write tddj <?UB.SURFACE SAILOR—Don L. Clements, of Santa Calii:, tries hta homSSSe sub tor size before tcBllna the 5000 pounder oil California's coast. Clements hopes to descend DO leei in his sub, christens* "The Retriever" and explore the ocean bottom in a diver's suit, It'a his first-try at ship-building. from all! over th» world, and thetc are «ckn«wl«»i«d an a matttr ot routine," with » »t«ft member »o«»timw signing the Pr«»ldent's for hint. * * * VALUES iAVf AT RIPHAH'S " M«»'| Dr«si PANTS Commies Endorse Progressives NEW-YORK 1 W—Tho Communls party'* NntlMval Ofemmltteo hus ot- fiolully ond6«'«c>d the ProBivHsioix party's candidates for president ami vice president. In a weekend announcement, a Communist party .spokesman said it would back Vincent Hallinnn Sun Frttttciaco lawyer, fov nrosi- UwlH Utt4 Mrs. Chnilotla Uass, Now Y«rk Negro and former newspaper uuUliH>)«r, for vic« iiresident. T«» syokosmun suld the party also wmW otftn- several eundiduton on iU own tickets in « nuinb«r »f V , I!' ' i I , U»s» rabbits have n of Uve upper limbs and a dtvelopmcnt of tl»u hip nnd Shoulder joints which results in u pecutl&r uuduiuling wavy type ot b«»rooUott jr»*«mbUng that of the d»cr»shutvd. 4o|l»" the biologists wer» t«W by rewnrchers P. B. Suwln ttUd D. D> Crary of the Jack- kon lil«morifti ' laboratory. Bai' Hnrbw, M*> * the rabbits nr- Ad'lai Tells Continued from Pafie One ir.ent accorded me by most newspapers, including mosl of those aligned editorially with the oppo sSlion." The Democratic candidate de einred: "It would seem that the overwhelming majority of Ihe press is just against Democrats. And it is! against Democrats, so far as I can see, mil after a sober and consicl ered review of the alternatives, but i automatically, as dogs are against ' CMS, "As soon as a newspaper — I ypenk of the great majority, not ot Ihe enlightened ten per cent — sees a Democratic candidate it is filled with an unconquerable yen to chase him up an alley. "I still haven't gotten over the NOTICE! We are prepared to take care,^ of your winter pasture P/* AA7i orders for seeds apd fe|.tj,li2 as well as Cotton Dust, DDT and Calcium Arsenate. Plenty of parking roorn anc( loading space at o : ur new location where business is appreciated. AAONTS SEED STORE 310 E. 2nd i Hurry! Last Day!! "v ^&Mm JJOHN mm Mr. and Mrs. Howard Collier Entertain Friday Night The Progressive Sunday School Class of the Shover Springs Baptist Church was entertained in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Collier Friday night. Group singing was held followed by prayer by Eld. Elbcrt O'Stcen, pastor of Garrett Memorial Church. He also gave a talk on "Sweet Council Together." Iced drinks, sandwiches, and cookies were served lo nine mem- GAELIC GALAHAD—Giant-sized Dennis of Bally Kelly, an Irish Wolfhound, takes command of tho situation to protect three-year- old Shannon Gllkcy from any unwanted attentions near her homo i in Seattle, Wash. Shannon's only fear is that the 165-pound protector might decide to become n lap ciou and choose her for his 1 restinc Dlacc. bers, one dren. visilor and three chil- Miss Arkansas to Visit in Washington ATLANTIC CITY, (Special — Bonnie Diane Nicksic, Miss Arkansas 1952. left Atlantic City by plane at 10:30 this morning for Washington D. C. and the first leg of her journey back to her Hot Springs home. Afler Iwo or Ihree days in Ihe nation's capitol, accompanied by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul [ Nicksic, and her chapcronc, Mrs i Charlotte McWhorter, Bonnie will Lylc Moore, Jr. who has just! hpad tov the University of Arkan ana Going Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wilson and Miss June Wilson arc in Memphis, Tcnn., where Mr. Wilson will undergo a major operation today in a Memphis hospital. A-lc Berlin Fuller of Shcppard Air Force Base, Texas, is visiting his mother, Mrs. B. E. Fuller. returned from 30 months in Japan ieit Saturday via plane for Wcnt- >vorlh Military Academy in Lexing- on, Mo. alter a visit with his grandmother, Mrs. Harry Moore. V' Q» ft lc«U« HOW NOW.*llifllilC&W97~ Th * two cows above, held by "x-yeaV-oW^fSapTepW ot Helton, Mo., are nve-year-old; Hert'fords, perfectly 1 formed except thut they are that bovine rarity—mtduets. They stand only 31. inches high nnd weigh •*' "•"" •—•-*• x but UQ pounds eucli. ' ' in certain heredity m«Uy make fur run rabbits. UM? scieu- !m*uM**i* Uut«" tototf iibi\orinality. been added to u otiutr animal "mu- ttt the Barm tho quest for 9 nerv* eoivdition dl««ra*rs in guit; and said ihe no-lone tea- variants ot white rab- ENGINEERING TUESDAY SPECIAL ANOTHER SHIPMENT CANNON aim NANCY OLSON TUESDAY NYLON 51 GAUGE — 15 DENIER NEW FALL SHADES THESE ARE CANNON IRREGULARS SPECIAL one chase ol civil will «o on, new three-cent stamp commem- the American Society of Civil th» great ^S^ThT that of bndge-nuUdwg. The Chicajjo on Sept. B. Markets By Th« Q*-»*ftS w«r* tirin in on the Chicago BotiU ol day. Ho»s oo*ae<J ste»dy cents tof?^ white c*ttte dial*** wwfe* U» pressure **»• to a» vr*&* * **** Most of the 200 to 250 U>. butchers aro selling for $20 to $20.40. j Carl* tops were $20.33 ut East S» j Louis and $2Q.5tt at Chicago and \ Indianapolis. Weights uy to 270 Ibsj have been included «» Uw? $ 20 to ; $SO.<W> range at Indianapolis aivd CUicu'go but are selling down to il8.as at East St. UHiis. Sows are steady to strong at Indianapolis and 3S to 50 e*ms high it. Louis. GEORGE RAFT DOROTHY HART "LOAN SHARK" • Today - Tuesday • Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clifford sas and her junior year. She reported Ihis morning thai she'd received several offers — didn'l say from whom — bul didn't think she'd accept any of them. "This pageant has been a wonderful experience," she said. The! AVII . diiu ivii a. v^iiui lua \_<iuiuLi» . . , . . . Franks and little daughter, Shclia. P° lsc "nd assurance a girl gams is comparable to a complete college education. Miss Arkansas said of the new Miss America, Neva Jane Langley of Macon, Ga., "we all thought the selection was a good choice." have returned to Memphis after spending several days with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Franks, and sister, Norma Jean. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Berry left this morning lor a visit with their son, Dilford Berry and family, in Houston, Texas. Miss Barbara Smith, Miss Nanette Williams, Miss Beth Bridgcrs. Miss Sara Lauterbach, Miss Anita Copcland, Sydney' McMath, Jerry O'Neal and Bobby Phippin arc leaving this week for Conway where they will enter Hendrix College. Misses Ann Barr, Edna Earl Wright, and Charlene Rogers will enter Henderson State Teachers College at Arkadclphia this week. Miss Charlotte Tarplcy will leave Thursday tor Sherman, Texas, I sa ld. As for her own participalion in the contest, she said she's not really disappointed, since one couldn't hope for too much among such a group of talented girls as represented the 45 states, four metropolitan cities, Hawaii, Canada and Puerto Rico during the past five days. "The only feeling I have is the hope that I didn't let Arkansas down. I want to thank the sponsors and everyone in Arkansas for their interest. I was extremely proud to represent the state. The peoplo back home literally swamped me with letlers and telegrams and my room is a bower of f lowers from well-wishers," she Espicopal Church Leader* Confer DOStON — Business sessions of the 87th triennial General Con- vontion of the Protestant pnl church In the United got under wny todtt? OH n note by the nt. Bcv. Henry Knox Sherlll, presiding bishop, thai "In thesi* dnys no church cftn stand nlone." Nearly 14,000 Church lenders nnd laymen thronged Boston Gnrdon Inxt night to herir Bishop Slwrlll deliver n seriTlou nt tho convention's openlntf Service. "Wt- cannot nttempi to llvo in some Ivory tower rcnioto from tlfr," Ulshop Sherlll told tho n;p- n-siMitnllvus of some 2(1 million Kpisconnllnns. . . , "Wnr nnd rumors of wnr," ho "The military approach lo pro-', „„,,, .. ln t ornn tlon»l mlaimderslnnd curement too often is one of favor- ; h, at ,, omCi 8 ht. c klnK revelations lnp hl«, established suppliers mid ()f lowemt mornl stnndnrds In pub Sporkman in Backhanded Slap at Ike ST. UWlS. (UP) — Sen. John J, Spnrkmflrt took n buck-handed) ilnp nt Gen. Dwtflht D. Klsen- hower's military background today In n speech aimed nt getting the vote of smnll businessmen. The Democratic vice presidential cnndldale snld in nn address to the St. Louis Small Business Council that Ihe "toughest Job In Washington" wns to get Pentagon cooperu- .Ion in program of the small do- lenso plants administration. Commies Oust li of ThclrOWti Pi* MOSCOW organ ot the CofrtmtmiS last night lour local party 1 hnv6 ottsted fot overlooking Ihe smnll producers who cnn do j'ist us Rood n job sometimes even bettor nnd faster," Sparkmnn snld. He also rapped thi> nntionnl as- lie nnd private life, mnsslvo attacks upon the Christian faith antt practice, with serious limitations upon freedom of worship —~ thesp are the stern realities which do 'in Blowing phrases" before the »«*• "»» hamper the lit. oC tb. Senate small business committee ot NAM nld to small businessmen. But it WHS more than a month litter, Sparkman said, that the NAM announced It had completed a program to nld small business. 'If this docs not appear as n In corfheellort with farms, The report — contftlne a scries of editorials t criticism within party Mp the alleged violations ocMi Knskclcn In tho KnJtnkhj 4 Sw In Central Asia. One of ,t' cusod was idcntltiod ft» Cdtf Kunmshaliev, socrolar^' $ 4 cal party orgnnlzation, church." i "* Ho called on Episuopblfrtnjf'' join "the wider fellowship OP 1 .* Chr'Ullnn chut eh," anylnR! *' these dhys no church, no ,m8i( how strong she conceives to bu, can st^nd nlono." Ktrate that there Is a Democratic way of doing things nnd there Is a .Republican way — there nru those who believe In action nnd there are thtTse who nro content with talk." The Alnbamn senator said curlier SHE SWIMS IN MINK—Elbye Young, Washington, D. C., model, slinked in mink during a fall fashion preview held in the capital during the heat wave. She decided a bathing suit under the fur cape was about as cool a deal as she could devise. Anne Dale BAXTER-ROBERTSON OUTCASTS OF KERFIAT JR. HITS: • Color Cartoon. • "Criminals Have All Tlie Fun" Dog" Patron: My hair is falling out. Can't you give me something to keep it in Druggist: Why certainly, sir. Here's a cardbord box. — Byron Smiley Subnr.t jokes for this column and win passes to the Hialto. for every joke used, the person submitting it will be mailed 2 passes. Jokes must be limited to 50 words or less, and must be suitable for publication. Leave at theatre boxoffice or mail to: Manager, Rialto Theatre. where she will enter Austin College. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Drew ot Leesville, La., and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brady of Buld Knob, Ark., were the week end guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter B. Boyett. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Mitchell of Santa Barbara, Calif., also visited Mr. and Mrs. Boyett and their son over the week end. Miss friends Arkansas made lots of with her "calling card" German Catholics Assail Red Pressure KULDA, Germany -4S\ —Germany's Catholic bishops assailed Communist pressure against relig ious freedom in Soviet-occupied East Germany yesterday and com- pered it with Hitler's Nazi Reich. The letter — one of the German Catholic Church's strongest indict rr.ents of communism since the war — did not mention the Soviet zone by n.ame, but it left no doubt of its meaning. It spoke of "the region of pressure against religious tro dom and cited some of the measures taken in East Germany. signed by Gov. Sid McMath which conlaincd an introduction to the Hot Springs beauty and a picture of Bonnie so there could be no mistake. Sunday morning she returned to her Chalfonte hotel suite at 3:30 a. in. following thu Miss America coronation ball at the Claridge hclel. The pressure was off, and she spent Sunday relaxing in her hotel, since the weather was stormy. Bonnie is returning with a bagful of pageant souvenirs. She has a key to Atlantic City, an ostrich plume from the pageant committee, a rose from Miss Oregon, jewelry from Miss Rhode Island, a tiny lobster on K°Wen legs from Miss Maine, stockings from Miss Philadelphia, and a straw hat from Miss Puerto Rico. The winner, gorgeous 19-year-old launches a appearance COMING1 ™ ^•wp^v^^^^^'^^^^^^*' Neva Jane Langley, whirlwind personal tour today. Kor the next year, the 19-year- old green-eyed brunette will be on a busy schedule thai may net her considerably more than the $5.000 scholarship prize that went with the beauty crown she won Saturday night. Neva. 5 feet 6 inches tall, weighs 118 pounds. Her hips-waist- bust measurements are 35, 23, 35 inches. She makes her first official appearance as Miss America at the Reading, Pa., State Fair today Meanwhile, in Irvington, about 100 miles north of here, a 20-year- old housewife wears the Mrs. America crown of 1953. Mrs. Evelyn Joyce Schenk, wife of a Newark tire salesman, promptly fainted after the judges selected her last night at Asbury Park. Safecrocker Added to Wonted List WASHINGTON — Nick Geroge Montos, 35, described by the FBI as one of the country's top safecrackers, today was added to the bureau'* li$t of "ten most men " Eisenhower Flies to Ohio to See Taft BY JAMES DEVLIN MINNKAPOLUS —Mr- Gen. Dwi.qht D. Eisenhower flies today into Ohio. Hen. Robert A. Tafl's home stale, in hopes of healinn any wounds still smarting from the Uu publiran National Convention. Ohio strongly supported Tafl In his unsuccessful contest with El- scnhini'er for the Republican presidential nomination, Tlse general is slated lo confer in Cleveland with GOP bigwigs from Ohio, Pennsylvania and Maryland, but Sen Tafl will not be aiming them. Eisenhower's aides said the general expected lo meet Tafl soon. But they added that it would not be in Cleveland today nor in Washington on Wednesday when the Ki'ii- e'ral will make :i brief stopover in the capital to visit, the Republican Notional Committee staff while en i';>ulc back to New York. As the general headed toward the Taft stronghold, siidc-s disclosed he is 'planning an early October visit to Texas — one of the key states in'his convention jousting with the -,/Convention supporters of the gen- oral/'succeeded in blocking a pro- Taft Texas delegation and seating one favoring Eisenhower. The trip lo Texas also will lake | the general on a swing through Louisiana. Oklahoma. Tennessee | and. Kentiieky — his second South-' (;rn foray in an effort to encourage traditionally Democratic Dixie to vote Republican, His Southern tour is due lo start about Oct. 1 or 2. The cities ho will visit, and the dates, have not been announced. Eisenhower made his first bid for Soulhern support last week iu a flying trip to Georgia, Florida, Alabama and Arkansas, a tour that attracted friendly crowds at every Slot), He relaxed on his current Midwest campaign tour yesterday as Hie guest of John Cowles, publisher Of the Minneapolis Star and Tribune, at a (•Mine farm near Battle Lake, in the heart of Minnesota's 10,000 lakes. The general allendod services in the First Lutheran Church nt Battle Lake arid heard the Rev. Nor ] n'an C. Anderson, pastor, declare in his sermon that the "mess in Washingion" is "something to be feared." Eischnower has used the phrase "the mess in Washington" fre- auently in his campaign attacks on President Truman's Democratic administration. hastily trown together package of that Gov, Acllni Stevenson's stand 'nie-tooism' 1 wouldn't know how toj on tldelnnds oil "may cost us some describe It," he said. Spnrkman sitid he mentioned the NAM incident "merely to demon. votes," but ha predicted no Southern stales will vote Republican in November, . -..<»"nl MONDAY ' " "AlPtACE IN • >1l •.V'lAlli ii MONTGOMERY CLI ELIZABETH TAYLO •'SHIMlftr WINT|ML*$ .1)1.1.-..?. iLiVr' . •> tf ."a CHURCH CAUU, KOREA- Beside a sandbagged chapel, Chaplain Lester B. Woolsey, of New Boston, Ohio, calls infantrymen of the 35th Regiment to prayer with his brass "church, bell." He wears combat boots, and helmet because his putdoor "church" is right behind the front line bunkers. He is peace* time minister of the New Boston Methodist Church. Aircraft Machinists Due to Strike BURBANK, Calif. W -~ Some 25,000 members of the AFL Inter national Association of Machinist aie scheduled to strike one of the nation's biggest warplanc plants that of Lockheed Aircraft Corp., a dawn today. The walkout is set for 6 a. m.. Pacific Daylight Time, when the graveyard shift goes off duty. Tht IAM local voted overwhelmingly at a mass meeting yesterday to talk out at the hour set by its strike committee, headed by Local President John Snider. The dispute is over wages and 33 other issues. Lockheed officials have announced that they intend to continue operations and have taken precautions to insure the safety of workers who stay on Ihe job. The factory produces jet fighters eastern states for the last decade, ana t.rainers, Navy patrol bombers Montos is currently sought for in-j and big Constellation transports, terstate flight to avoid prosecution! Snider anounced the strike date in Georgia for robbery and assault i last Saturday as a climax to 10 on a 74-year-old man and his 65- i weeks of futile negotitions. Bus- year-old sister near Alma, Ga., in sions were hold here and at Wash- August, 1951. ington under federal mediators. 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