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Make Plans Now to Attend Third District Livestock Show in Hope September 2G-25-$ix Full Days Our Daily Bread Sliced Thin by The Editor - Alex. H. Washburn A Northern Negro Reports on His Race in the South ? I am printing this as a contribution to the public record on the so-called racial problem of the South. Actually, there is a racial problem in the North also — but you don't hoar about that as long as your information comes from political sources. ' No mention was made of it, for instance, when one ol the Pittsburgh (Pa.) newspapers sent a white man disguised as a negro down South to write a series of anti-Southern articles: But mention is made by a prosperous Northern negro who ha 49TH YEAR: VOL. 49 — NO. 284 Star of Hope 1899; Press 197.7 Consolidated January IB, 192V HOPE, ARKANSAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1948 (AP)—Means Associated Press iNEA)—Mcom Newspaper Enlcrorisn Ass'n. Members of Roundup clubs and boosters from over the Third Live- that drcw como stock Show District were giv-n a -rousing welcome Bobcats Get Past DeQueen 34-0 in Opening Football Game Before Large Crowd McMath . — ................ — - ._ written an article himself. The ' f, Ucnd the opening clay's show here Led by hard charging Buddy Sutton the Hope Bobcats got past their first hurdle of the 1948 fool- ball season here last night by licking DcQucen 34 to 0 in a game 4000 fans. -„ , . Hope lost no time in scoring Tii i r- Hot Springs ] a fi cl - recovering a DeQueen turn- day and Governor-Elect Sid blc on thc 35 _ yard ,f nc Sulton accepted an invitation to ! slashed offtackle and went the dis- negro, Davis Lee, is publisher of , •the negro newspaper, The Tcle- .gram, of Newark, N. J., which is said to have some 500,000 reader;; in Ihe South. Here is Lee's side of the slory, without benefit of politics: "I have just returned from an extensive . tour of- the South. In addition to meeting and talking with our agents and distributors • who get our newspapers Out to r thc. more than 500,000 readers in •the South, I met both Negroes and whites in thc urban and rural centers. ' "Because of these pcrsonaVobser- vations, studies and contacts, 1 feel that I can "speak with some degree W authority. I am certainly in a bel.ler posiiion to voice an opinion • than the Negro leader who occu September 20. In fact Mr. McMath will ride in thc opening day parade, wearing a $50 hat, a shirt, boots which were presented to him by thc Hope Roundup Club. Parading in Hot Springs were about 50 horsemen, 40 to 50 cars from all over the area. Magnolia's Oil Belt Roundup club made Ihe trip and carried II head of horses and a large Nevada County group was headed by Brad Bright. The caravan was- joined by others at Gurdpn and Arkadelphia enroute and met at Hot Springs by groups from over thc stock district. At Arlington Hotel, following a long parade from Oaklawn Park, Mayor Earl Rix welcomed the group to Hot Springs. He was presented with a large 110-pound watermelon, thai almost slole (he pies astute m downtown New York; S h cn v. Mayor Lvlo Brown thanked and bases his opinions on the i him in behalf'of the group and' South from the distorted stones Judge Fred A. Luck expressed ! .he reads in the .Negro press and appreciation for thc stock district. ! in the Daily Worker (Commun- , T . S. Cornelius presented the gifts I ist Party organ). 1 to Mr McMalh Music w £ ' ishod by Hempstcad Melody Boys. The entire affair went off as'cx- pecte.d and allowed members to return lo Hope and respective cities in time to help open th ball season. "The racial lines in tiie South are. so clearly drawn and defined ; • tha,t there can be- no confusion. When I am in Virginia or South . Carolina I don't wonder il I will .be served if L walked into a white , restaurant. I know the score. How-"i ever,-I have walked into several .right" here in New Jersey where we have a civil rights law, and I've Jieen refused service. "The whites in the South stay «• with their own and the Negroes dp likewise. This one fact has^Deen 'the economic salvation of the Npgtxr in thc South. Atlanta, Ga., . compares favorably with Newark in size and populations. Negroes. tnere own and. control millions of dollars worth .of business. All of the Negro business in New Jersey will pot amount-to as much as our . race- has in one city in Georgia. This is a'lso true in bouth Carolina . arid Virginia. -. • '"New jersey today boasts of ' more civil rignts legislation than any pthor staie in tne union, and the • slate government, itself, practices more discrimination than Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina or Georgia. New Jersey employs one' Negro in Ihe motor vehicle department. . All oi the states '• above mentioned employ P^nty-' I September 18, 1948. "No matter what, a Negro wants All men who arc to do,-, he can do it in the South. In Spartanburg, S. C., Ernest Col^ 1ms, -a young Negro, operates a large funeroi home, a taxicab business, a lilling station, grocery store, has several buses, runs a large farm and a night club. "Collins couldn't do all that in New Jersey or New York. The only bus line operated by Negroes is tance. Lee kicked extra point. Before thc quarter ended Hope had another tally when Britt went over from the 1-yard line after setting it up with a 23-yard sprint. The second tally resulted from a 70- yard march. Midway in thc second quarter Hope again started rolling from its own 24. LaGrono picked up 20 yards to the 44 and Sutton sprinted j down lo DoQueen's 40 where he i nassed to Brill on the 25 and the Bobcat fastboy had no trouble going on across. Again before the period ended Sutton on a naked reverse circled end for 52 yards and a score putting Hope ahead- 27-0 at thc half. During lhc half period bands from both Hope and DfcQuccn performed. Thc second half was much more interesting with both teams playing on about equal terms. The Bobcats were unable to get started in the third period but tallied again on a 59-yard dash by Sutlon midway in thc last quarter. DeQuecn's main threat came in thc final period on three successive first downs with Elliott and Bell, their main offensive threats, went to thc Hope 2-yard line. The Hone line held twice as the game ended. For an ononinfi c'ame bo'h (earns played surprisingly well. Hope blocked neriodioally and lhc Agreement to By Thc Associated Press New agreements between striking truckers and 120 individual trucking concerns were expected 10 send 1.400 of some 9,400 idle tvMrl.-evo bank to work in New York City loday. However, little or no progress was reported in other labor disputes across the nation. In New York the agreements were reached on the basis of reduced waee demand by Local 807 of the AFL International Brotherhood of Teamsters. Thc terms provide wage increases of 17 1-2 cents an hour. Meanwhile the CIO oil refinery workers strike against six major 011 producers in California entered its second week today with no set- tlo-rncnl in sight. A gasoline rationing plan was announced and California began importing thc motor fuel from Oklahoma. Also on tho West Coast, CIO Longshore Leader Harry Bridges passed thc responsibility for load- hit; army cargo in strikebound ports on to shipowners. Previously S crelary of the Army Royall an| nounccd Bridges had agreed that ihis union would load army cargo during the strike for prc-striko pay and "working conditions." Roypll said the mailer has been referred to thc army's stevedoring contractors. ': Meanwhile rival telephone unions planning new wage talks with Plan for Drive in South Washington. Sept. 11 —M')—President Truman has abandoned plans l°r a lengthy southern campaign tour, friends said today as the Dixie revolt against his civil rights pi'ORram mounted. While Mr. Truman will make sonic appearances in the South, Inp.v said, strategic speaking spots either will be seleced on a brief, single-trip basis or added to other , -,,.,,,., ,, , ,,. the Bell system hinted that a n,backfield s ball handlmf was any- j tiomvidc "demonstration" may be thing but deceptive. Both Hope j callcd to enforce their pay de- general schedules. Gov. Thomas E. Dcwey meanwhile disclosed plans for eight major talks on his transcontinental tour, following close on the heels of Mr. Truman's westward swing. ' opener in in Des Moiiics, Iowa, September 20. Like the. president. he. is scheduled to speak in San Francisco and Los Angeles. Although the Republicans • and Democrats are ranging the domestic field in their political scuffling, they are in agreement on keeping basic foreign policy bi-partisan. Senator Vandcnbcrg of Michigan pointed this up lasl night after a conference in New York with Detvey and John Foster Dulles, Dcwey's foreign affairs adviser. Regardless of political difer- pnccs at home. Vandcnbcrg said, "We arc serving notice on the world that America is united to protect American rights everywhere and through firmness in the right to seek peace with justice for ourselves and the other peace-loving peoples of thc world." The controversy on thc domestic program meanwhile, broke oul anew. WEATHER FORECAST Arkansas: Fair this nflornoin tonight and Sunday, Warmer Sunday and in northwest portion tonight. PR ICE 5c COPY taxi drivers, nighlshifl policemen and night club New York, Sept. 11. —(UP)— A flight of thousands of little brown birds migrating south from Canaan cracked up today against the Empire State building. For six hours — from midnight until dawn — thc birds crashed against the 102-story world' s tallest building. While workers. patrons gathered and gawked, lhc huge flight, traveling at about 30 miles per hour, smacked into the side of thc building and tumbled down into a four-block area around Fifth avenue in mid-Manhattan. Hundreds of the birds, stunned and exhausted, fell unto Ihe building's ledges and parapets. Their chirps filled the nignl, attracting the crowd. Three persons were hit by falling birds, but none of the onlook- Scnator Edward Martin (R-Pal L ' rs w:is injured seriously. | Members of Selective Service Loi cal Board No. 2!) announced today j that the initial period for rcgis- | tration as fixed by the President of: the United Stales will end Serjtcrnber 18. 1948. The law requires every man residing in this local board area, who ' was born afler August !iO, ltr'2, and before September 19. 1930, to register before the end of the registration period fixed by the President. The said Local Board states registration has been rather slow. The law fixes penalties for failure to register. Men who arc subject lo registration at this lime will be tackles. McCargo and Garrott, and guards Dtiffie and Westbrook nrov- ed they are thc mainstays of thc line. Hammons showed up best at end. The Bobcat backficld showed speed to burn with Huddleston standing out as a line smacker. The backs were the margin o£ victory as the two lines battled nip and tuck most of the way. in the South. The Sale Bus company in Winston-Salcm, N. C., owns and operates over a hundred buses, it a Negro in New Jersey or New York had the money and attempted to obtain a trancmse lo operate a line he would not only be turned down, but he would be lucky it he didn't get a bullet in tne back. "The attitude of the Southerners toward our race is a natural psy- cnological reaction and aUennath of. the Civil War. Negroes were tne properties ol these people. "Certainly you could not expect the South to lorget Ihis in 7j or even 150 years, 'ihat tecling has. passed from one generation to another, but il is nol one of hatred not 13 years old by September 18. 1918. will register on their 18th birthday, or five days thereafter. The members of the Local Boaid solicit the cooperation of all employers in the area, in seeing Ihat their employees who are subject to registration report at the office of the Local Board during office hours (8 a.m. to 5 p.m.) and rc-g- ister. Registrations close at 5 p.m. ^Lander. Wyo., Sept. 10 — (/Pi — There'll be no exchange ol either Arkansas or Wyoming Hot Springs as a result of the one-shot antelope hum here Wednesday. Governors Ben Laney ol Arkan- Hope gained consistently on end runs but couldn't do through the visiting line. DeQueen made 9 first downs to 8 for Hope: Sutton passed 5 times, completed only one for a touchdown; DcQucen passed four times and completed one. Hope drcw 7 penalties for 55 yards; DcQucen one for 5 yards; Sutton scored 18 points, Britt 12 and Lee kicked four of 5 extra points. The Hope team goes to Prcscott next Friday night. ma nds. Delegates from thc CIO tele- phono workers, (ho Indeoendcnt Communication Workers of America and several other independent unions clniming to represent a total of 375,000 workers said they are considering a mass demonstration like the lour hour strike of October. 1945. In Seattle, fhc Independent Aer- nautical Mechanics Union ____ _______ called m u c h off its 140-day old strike asain.st the Boeing Airplane Company, but back -to-work nlans wore dfi- Iciy'ea by a jurisaictioiial battle between the union and the AFL Teamsters Union and by the fact that the company refused to re- By The Associated Press Little Rock's Tigers, who have monopolized Arkansas high school football honors for two years, extended their unbeaten string to 33 games as the 1948 season was unwrapped last night. But the Bengals didn't look much like their powerhouses of '40 and '47 as they had to come from behind to defeat the Russellville Cyclones 20 to 9. Two touchdown passes by Bobby Spann and an 80-yard scoring punt runback by Kenneth Carter offset a safety and a touchdown marked up by the underrated Cyclones in the first quarter. The struggle indicated Little Tiock mav have trouble in its drive for the Triple A (Big Six) championship while Russcllville will bear watching in its Double A division. Another Big Six eleven, Fort Smith, had a close call. The Gri/.Van (i. hire what it called "a ber of subversives." Boeinf said it will try to Continued on naae two charged Mr. Truman with resorting to "the most indecent kind of political trickery and political dishonesty" in blaming the 80th Con- gross for inflation. Senator Baldwin of Connecticut also blamed Mr. Truman for high prices. A Republican administration, he said, would attack inflation "on a broad base." But he ruled out price controls. While Mr. Truman was taking a weekend rest on the Potomac aboard thc presidential yacht Williamsburg, ho received some disturbing news yesterday from the Louisiana State Democratic committee, which scratched his name off (he November ballot. They voted to list the states rights candidates in his place. Henry Wallace referred 1 to the egg and tomato incidents of his Southern trip last night in opening his New York stale campaign at ,. i small num- | Yankee Stadium. He told some 45,000 paying customers that in the Ar- Arkansas' Bumper Rice Crop May Hit New Record Little Rock, Sept. 11 — (/P) kansas' bumper rice crop may hit a new record this year. The Department of Agriculture, in its general crop estimate, predicted the state rice yeild at 17,331.000 bushels. The report, released yesterday, forecast a corn crop of 34,BK(),000 bushels and 4,810,000 bushels of soybeans. Miles McPeek, agricultural statistician for the department's crop reporting service here, said the estimated yield per acre of 47 bushels of rice is about average. An ornithologist from the Broivi •/.oo said most of the birds in the flight apparently were oven-birds. Others v/erc Maryland warblers and redstarts. Other hundreds of the birds were Ftwmed but revived and Hew on after two or three hours of hopping around the streets and sidewalks at the base of the building. Joseph Pagnaccio, of Brooklyn, was driving along Fifth avenue when' he was caugnt in a shower of failing birds. "I was driving along about 3 a. m. when my headlights picked up these falling objects and 1 hear these thuds and thumps on the hood and roof of my cab," he said. "I stopped and got out, and these birds- were falling, all around me. I couldn't believe it, "I picked up a few and turned them over in my hands before 1 could convince myself: they were birds. They seemed to come clown around me. Six southwest Arkansas firms, claiming that their unemployment compensation tax rate was raised last April 1 from one to one and one-half per cent, today obtained a circuit court order to compel the Hope district office or the Employment Security Division to disclose the records of individual claimants of unemployment benefits to the employers. Thc companies, asserting that the Little Rock office had prohibited the Hope district office from giving any information to employers or their representatives, brought a mandamus action in Hcmpstead circuit court against the Hope district office and Teddy M. Jones, its manager. The action, which sought a temporary order and also asked the court for the right of ihe employers to appeal from any adverse decision of thc district office, was heard by Judge Dexter Bush silting at Tcxarkana today. Judge Bush set October 4 as the dale of a hearing in Hope to determine whether the temporary order shall be made permanent; and the case will be heard on its merits at that time. The six firms, represented by Jack Williamson ns legal agent, and James H. Pilkinton as allor- ney, alleged that the wholly-company - supported unemployment compensation reserve funds, were unduly drawn UDOII by former workers without notice lo Ihe companies; and their tax rate was accordingly raised April 1 to lake care of the depletion. Thc companies contended that "due notice" was not given them because, they said, it is the practice of the Employment Security Division to give notice merely to the last employer—although the bulk of compensation may he actu ally charged to thc account ot an earlier employer. Companies filing the court action were; Gunlcr Lumber Co., Hopt Basket Co., Graydon Anthony Lumber Co., Cook's White Star Laundry, all of Hope; and Mur frecsboro Lumber Co., of Mur freesboro; and Gulley Lumber Co. of. Prescott. ......... ...,.,..:., ,.^,^ . from everywhere, South he had tasted "thc ugly real- Peope came running from all di- itv" nf fnsrism nnrl thM it Vinr] recllnt tly" of fascism and that it had strengthened his "solemn resolution to fight it wherever and when- over it appears." He called on President Truman "to pledge with me that whosoever shall be elected, he will enforce the second section of thc Mth amendment that calls for the reduction of congressmen for each state where the right lo vote is abridged." The Wallace forces promised new trouble for Mr. Truman in his Missouri home grounds. ' A ruling of that state's attorney general pulling .Ihe Wallacile Progressives on he ballot spurred new Republican hopes of. carrying Missouri. •There is strong speculation that Dcwey will make a Missouri visit a "must", either on his opening Continued on page two zles had to hustle to nose out Burcn, a double a entry. 7 to Lester C. Hunt uf Wyom- There wore upsets in the season i oncncrs. Blyetheville's ing before the hum badgered one , ,, M „,. ,, , . , .another with offers lo bet the best Chicks turned in one of lor Ihe Negro. Ihe. bouth just i !ol Springs in either state over thc 1 stunning perlormanccs outcome of the hum. However, ovc-r-powcreo neither state did loo well, so ihu bet fell by the way side. doesn't believe that Ihe Negro has grown up. No section of the country has made more progress in finding a workable solution lo Ihe Negro problem than the South. Naturally Southerners are resentful when lhc North attempts to ram a civil rights program down their throals. "The entire race program in America- is wrong. We expend all our energies, and spend millions of dollars trying" to convince while people that we arc as good as tney are; that we are an equal. Joe Louis is 'not looked upon as a Negro bul the greatest lighter of all times, loved ana admired by whiles; in Soulh Carolina as much as by those in Michigan. He convinced the world, not by propaganda and agitation, but by ciemonslralion. "Our light for recognition, justice, civil rights and equality, should be carried on within (lie race. Let us demonstrate lo the world by our .living standards, our conduct, our ability and intelligence that >ve are the equal of any man, and when wo shall have dune tliis Ihe enlire'world, including lhc Soulh will accept us on our terms. Our prcse.nt pruyram of threats and agitation makes enemies out ol our friends." Prescott Drops Game to Bucks by Lopsided Score The Buc'karuus uf Smack handled the Prescutl Curley vet; pretty ruuyli last night r<.> up a (H to U score over the sin Nevada county boys. The game was played at Smackover. A 40-pound penguin eats more than six pounds of fish ever> ua;>. Governor Hunt offered to put up the worlds largest Hot Spring at Wyoming's Hot Springs State Park his the Six 20 Allen double A the most as they K-l Dorado of the Big lo 7. Chick Captain R. C. scored half his team's Another surprise came at Texai 1 - kana where Nashville classed in purity and other qualities the Wyoming spring, and that ive to offer tripped the at Thermupulis in support "of his Razorbacks 7 to (i on the strength claim Wyoming could otitshoot tho of °- Thornton's place kick. Hay.orback state nimrods Hope, a iavorile in the Double To Ihis Governor Laney replied j A bracket, came through as ex- (hal Arkansas springs 'far oul- "<-c!ed with a 84-0 conquest of De- Queen, .a Class A eleven. Camden. also Doulile A. op^ni'd ils campaign with a 39-G decision over MJ- Gcfihcc in a non-division :4ame. None of last night's games i counted in district races of Triple 'A, Double A or A learns, bul a handful of Class H teams started 'after titles in the lid-lifters. • IHlher sco.-es: ; Malvern Hi Dierks 0. J''M|!nM V H'-inl,-l,. s (l Warren 13 Fordyee 7. Cabot -1Y Clinton n. Bauxite- 2!) Risun (i. ' S'l Kismarl North LUtl Way to Make Money Is to Inherit It and There Are Methods to Do This isn't true to make By HAL BOYLE New York, — (/[>> — U u-Kii everybody wants money. i-Vi i-vr-no )-;>in>i'K how to make money is proof that they are allergic to the first ingredient in thc formula -— hard work. Others don't find the second in-j old woman nrcdii'iil palalah'f. They'd rather i 1 ' biu whi'> pers. It seemed to me thai practically every edition carried of dear old ladies expiring and leavini! huge gobs of money to who had been po- little newsboys lo them. reclions." A policeman, weary from a night of keeping order, answering questions, and shoveling up birds, said: "This is Ihe biggest thing since (ho flying saucers." By the time clayshift office workers entered the building, department of sanitation and ASPCA em- ployes and cleared most of the dead and injured biros from the streets. But hundreds lay or fluttered weakly about on parapets. on —o- Just Won'i Pose in Nude Shapely Rome, Sept. II —(UP) Loraine Miller, an movie actress, kept suit on today. The indignunl scream:; of Italian sculptor Asses Peikov, who was -Jacked in his arguments by most of. the Roman art colony along the via MargtiUa, didn't sway her. "I'm very American," IV.rss Miller lold him iirmly. "We don't pose , American ! would her bathing I army budget. Qiif'tiillo wi Queuiile Seeks to Get France Back on Feet Paris, Sept. 11 — W) — Premier Henri Queuillo today offered France a program of budget re- duclions and increased taxes in an attempt to get the nation back on its financial feet. Backed by a national assembly vote of 351 to 196, confirming him as premier, Queuiile sought to form n new centrist government. Candidates lor ministerial positions filed into Queuille's office today like ants into a sugar bowl. Rene Mayer, a Radical-Socialist who has been defense minister, said after a visit to the office thai Queuiile had agreed to put a Socialist in charge of the country's defenses. French Socialises traditionally dislike strong armies, and such an appointment presumably mean a heavy cut in the Paris, Sept. 11 -—(A 1 )—Thc nations of Western Europe today reaiheti first milestone in working together for mutual rccoveij whctt' their delegates agrt'rvl on thc division of §4,875,000,000 in American aid funds. Thc decision for the lirst yt-ar ol th" Kuropnan Recovery ProfrraiTt (ERP) embraces a sjstovu of in tra-Kuropean nssiiil nice which hai> still to be filled out by an ment on currency exchanges ^ The council of thc L-uroppari Economic Cooperation orsjaiwa- tion (OEEC) prepared these <ii'te menls in a 'six-hour st.ssion last night. \Vork on thc scheme for tuj currency payments v\ill cnntinjlQ today, _i As soon ns tho coiinti! rttjtfr Ihe currency proposals it \v(H to work on the details of the- I'jJO-S'l recovery program fot utjfxiis wi to tho American economic, (ooima lion administrating (LPA) Hath participating nation i to ,ilti r v*'" iiroi?r u to conic i m \ i h tn<> ,tu! Jlh mints diiun up Ii ! flight Tht Lompli U pin i un huul'i ° In ic idv by Si'pt >> lhc puioi>crl d M nn of AmTj cin lid foi the fiiff \(. u ,n, 10- voilt_d bj tilt, council gi\c Butuft th< in uc^bl movmt - Tl 2211000, 000 Ihi- \\TS i cut ot $10,(W,000- liom the Bull h pmticirt i" 'he bchtduU rn^niilly diavvn by Ihy council ", 'u icommittct (t t-v{rt'"ts > This i eduction ilmif in the amounts At it.It d Hah Sweden mrt Flip v\i il to imkc up $500000(10 M mttci lo UK L-ulish. Arnc-nc'su liuotif of. Cc tunny t t mice's al t Mmuil \VTS ridiir<rt $20 ODO.OOD Tin N< tivifi 1irirt.ii ?JQ,OtlO, Italy md SttidYn. $3 OOf) Iidjirc druv th hiHht><:f amount aftu Diilain — $980 OOQ 000. Other allotments included: Italy, $606 000,000; Thc Netherlands. S40(i,QQO 000 of which $840,000 is c a r- niarked for thc Euai Indies; B<>J->' fiium $25,000,000: 'mi.sma, t#I7, 000,000. Denmark, $110,000.0001 Nrrwfv S14.00n.0()n Hilo SW 000,000; Turkey $50,000,000, Swedea $42,W)U,000: Trieste $1B,000,000, ami Iceland $11,000,000. > The bizonc of Germany drew ' .MM.OOO.OOO. An additional •« 10,000 COO is sot aside by tho schedule to purchase sterling in Britain for tho bizone. The French zone of Germany will receive $10,OGO,QO£ under the schedule. Greece was allotted $l!fi,OQ.O,0- bul reliable sources said both the Greek and Turkish dcJegdtci, have attached reservations to then approval of lhc schedule Both contended their shares wei (» not jUf- ficient, thc sources said. State Rightcrs in less than bathing suits." Peikov, who looks a lot like Jerry Culonna, was very disturbed, He slapped furiously at thc sixc—nuae—clay figure he would something better. When Un; teams of the two states met here, belore the hunt Tuesday, Uiey tied in a target shooting contest, and nn the day uf the hunt Wyoming killed three antilope and Arkansas Hot Iwo. Wyoming lust the hunt lo Colorado though by a iludyf's decision because the Culo- rad.-ins killed with their pronpj- horns tirst. "Arkansas was so disgusted with! "tir side uf the ult'er. Governor j Laney said In.- didn't care whether lie iet went ihroUKh or not.";" said Governor Hunt toda>. "Then! i.'f cuuriX 1 the uiileonie of the hunt i ihi'shed it Jur both ul us. j "We still insist unr hut sprij is Sii'iH-riur lu Ihe luke v/ann oin the romantic tlK: de-ir nld Unl^ about, and woukl Dcwilt Conway 20 Daidanelle 0 "B 1 ; l in Arkansa p::)vntly mvd nut abinit any exchange lu:' tlie tnnu b*-ni we get lu be bi'i Gcivertiur l.anev hunU'rs k-!l )a-t 'r:ight fu ing trip intu liie wind riv slates ap- 1 > tu worry ! e ul real t-stat'oj — al least until i -: 1 marksmen." j and his iVIiu.v ' hum- j wilder- j Auiuisla (> Search IJ. M-^nuha :-;f) Nurplilel I). .... . ,,,--, na north Heights 2-1 : l hls 'v" Llld "' ! l' l ' ul "^'-" H'<- Mj-'j- ul ijruih,_-.-s ,-.iiid i-isk-rs be shifty than thrifty. But one thinjj everyune likes tu do is to inherit money. If you,-.... can't t'irjd money — and every j 1 ""nblc uf working ,>'C'ar there seems to 'K* less and Uiroiir'h seh'>ol. less (.if it left laying around lr>osc i I n fi ve>- liiirl'H] fi' 1 !~ Ihe next best tiling to do is to in- hi'i'it it. This is one of mankind's oldest daydreams. But no one M ems ever to have d'-vised a .simple way of inakini; these dream,-, eume true. This is ndd. We have life . „.. . .._ wus One «t thc ctisloiners nn my p ;l . i lllul -lclina. pin- route was a nice, whitc-h'aircd I "v 1 . Ila| y.'.' lu - cried, "any artist who lived all aid"'! in •mehow I i/.rit in formula tu explain tiv" she was one of s I had read .save me the my way uu'i'h sehool. I D"Vf>- iMirl'-d )io,- naper from tVif; •--idevvilk. 1 u'lilk.'d up tu th" porch and handed il to her — and xnijied and unified. and aslu'd -•hnilt Ih" r-]-,ilhl.-iins- L\n> s;>if| Wf'I'C always bd'herinH her. T lhnil"ht h"i- civil,l;|ii tlie complicated workings of tin. 1 universe, but no Einslc.'in of t'i- has butheied to sit down ur m;> IM- At that aye ; wei-" rela- nie uf some 1 will taki> his next hurdle Tuesday, assuming that he has formed a cabinet. He will submit the names lo Ihe assembly. Formal approval by thc assembly is not necessary, but recent ministers have gone throiujh ihe nroc- ess. It is one way for Queuiile to fin M oul how solidly tho membership will stand by party agreements to go ahead with thc program. He offered the nation a financial policy along the same genera! i u .°. nal lines ns his two iiredeccssors, Andre Marie and Robert Schuman. The same policies caused the downfall of (he two uovernnients. To adherents of Gen. Charles neOaulle. the premier tendered a vague promise to consider the fUnieral elections which they are demanding .He said the question of elections will be taken up with (he assembly afler Ihe country's solved. o ., ,it — Wnn Prescient xi-unu.n scrai.cin.iu u^t tne ban t, Siatts rugnu; Ucinocvats WHL jubilant louay over f.roapocU ot at^m^ L.uu«;iian:i s ul c-tecioral voti-b ua tJ iijcedeiiled JU the nj,-> IK 11 lop i foolproof t'orimua thing like inhcritin" No boy was ever more polite lo an eii! larlv. T even pi-u.-d hoi- small soil/ dug. a di'-ly-white, nas.- (!••• torn ii" iv-d beast that bit me in Schedule for Draft Registration Sei.it. 13 or Sept. H—I'.len born Texar! ioralio (l. Gilletl 'i'."i Slu ! .t{.;;i! t "B" Hope 34 UeQueen 0. Officers Arrest Two in McNob Liquor Ra«d ;ht •Sept. 15 ur 'J^ii. Sept. 17 ni' ; eDl Iti—IMt'll ] iejjt US—Men bom in obvious method would seem | tu L'.el yourself born inlu a i y family, and carl.',' in life; nr.i',in,u upon ycmr inirenls ! lvanl;igi-;> of birth control. '• num- i with i delivered have anythinu j .in.-! s' and there i wii"'.' Yon make ! dt--li\'vr your pa- ' !i Hii.-i system is •n!s have an un- sin'4 tln'ir n:one.>" ly enough to pay - to the cemetery, ne of hardy : ,toi lor:.' that by H .iff for i.iarai ilh j-'.row'i children v.'aitjiif! to inherit you. 'ay to inherit mon- md coiirleou.-. to would pose in the nude. You wear a bathing suit. I do your leys, do your middle betxveen the two pieces of suit, 1 du your shoulders. rJut I cannol do more because 1 cannot see it. How do i know what LO put there?" "I'll bel you know," Miss Miller lold him. Peikov had been commissioned lo .seuJpui/c—miclc--u itatue ol, ... . , ....-,. ,,. Miss Millers legs and body, and i»'i""--ial diUit-ulties are to top il ult with a head of Swedish j Ki!m Aclri.-.,s L'loie Aiuiin. It's to be used in the movie "Hafjturc, 1 ' which is in.-u i a snot in Italy tay an ! independent company using Amer- jiean dollars and mostly American j players. | "1 c a mo to see. Peikov arid I brought my baihinj; suit," I\li 0 s lUiller, a i-!-yc.ar-ulu brunette, said. '1 put It on. lie H>o.-.eu. He asked | mi- lo take it oil. He said he had to see my -my hyine. 1 just iwouklln't do u." 'Ihe Ijathiii" suit looked brief ei.onyh. It was adequate. 11 •.','oului! t have been out e-i piace at jnes 15i.-ai.li or Maiibu or Lake I Alinnetoiil.a. Util It didn't leave too ji'.uch lioti'ui ihat ;\l;.-:i Aliller uai rly constructed. l'i.-iko\- an-riiv c-iin'eJ it a batii- robe. "1 cannot sculpture 1 loin a <t f l ::SL-d lliOLU. 'A't anolne-r r p.uiy ioiui lh ude ttalue he eriei.1. inodt,-! lor I:K: !iie - tiuee ligtir..-. It it. Wnl rut lit.' iained luur.i. a ii)i.:j nul inleliigeat. 'Iiu- He ran iiis cia\ - thruuyn u hair. "What yuii iook Iske, IVJiss Ali lerV" He asRea desneraiely. "\Vhu u iL.ally luuk like''" "I'll IIH..!-; H.i,, t ;ht ;.:ict ;ee," th replied. Social Security Representative Hero Senf. "\ 4 A represenlalive of the Texarkana Social Security Administration Office will be in Hope on Tuesday. Sept. 14. He may be contact"d at the Arkansas Employment Office at i! p.m. Ed Lester Wins Award for Leaal Paper I Fayetieville, Ark. —Edward I.t-s- i ter of Hope. AiM . wild received, i the decree of bachelor of laws from i the University of Arkansas School of Law la.-it June, has been awaid- ' eu '.he SldO prize in the school's an- • ntial Nathan Burkan Memorial • Competition for his paper entitled ; "'Ihe 1-e^al Protection uf Ideas." : l.)i'an Hubert A. I.eJlar a.'mouriecd today. i Mr. Lester, the son oi Mr. and ; Mrs. C D. Lester, opened his own : lav, 1 uii'ice in Hope fullou'iHH his • ^ruduatioi; from the School of Law ; aii'l hus been ejected a member uf ; I the next General Assembly, i action iaiut OemucriHic rnaie couiiiiuuH; e-ummaica the ivemucratic the iNuv. _ {iu uaiiOt. rtl tne biii'hij unit iiiii.ii.-t..- in u:; unan.mou-3 yesteiday subsLiiiHeu inc. Kights ticket ot GuVLlii'jf> l^k.^Aii 'liiiun.onu of t.uu.a ^dtO 'Ila Uild i- icHilli^ L. V» i i tl llL yi i4 Uiss.ppi u:; Uic uemotiauc |jnt'os ou Louisiana ballots. iue coiiiiiii.Li.i. a action W protest over mi; pic.=i it. it i, iignts program. atatej maiiij icuciion was i intn nieuKUC ulIU uXLlUalll a. till M)O</<3 t-.'ilicn el:;nauui.s L'I\ icitut J..U- ji.aii except as a wim jn nom* Texi . Thurmond, tour at oan winding up Jin ciijsi;;naiiiu svili.;nt us tne film ntunmet . AII l ol Go\ ' UK, Uov. v.n.yni tlee!in;'d t Uji'j.cii? bui Judge iUerriti Gibson, u-itional ^U'L-.-S ^vl.vn.-J t. .m-i.-..^,*' s.' ^«. int(.i'prete.ct the action ,1= JuiMitl euiu.iiiiiiiu/.'i ol a sun ti.ni oiVekp ie^viHi; i'iCSKieiu irLU'im \Viiu- uui u s-in^ii.: .^oudiern ovaut " U. S. ot.ii. jai.ie:; IL ! 11 nid (D Ali^a'i iota a bai.^J lii^ H lads i't -vle.iii)ii;£,. ieiin.. Pieo.u^I L i'lU- .llull ;S lioj.eie-boiy U'.IL. te I, ' u'Hl aueieU "lue leust tne .^ t ' i iv t i' , : .;aiii is coniroi of tiu ; .U<_moi jatss jj.ti'LV. lie satu uie. iuv*_ ivt^ u.- iWt.L-ii (hi. Stales' iugntiio v n cl UiC lAe-jj'aolie Jns in Novembci iuLL-JIC ill .•>,,* DuU t. o It ul lac iota! 531 to \vm -^t IxlgiUel'ii' eUUln. lu [^ , 10; Alabama, 11; il'oi.i ana 6uiun u.'a iX'Z.MU <.( plus Florida's ciKiit and Hutu oJ ilK-sscc's 12, -i.u<> L. il' a.andj Al' ma. Mississippi , l i iaoa'-i. Coiituiued OH pat,-2 t^o

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