Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 27, 1954 · Page 1
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•r-i, JB;."-.:!'Hk •••«§•" Our Doily •Js. - :: ; ^i * SlicM TW* by Th. . H, Turn Stone* Int* Jewelry Here's a worth-while report from le; Arkansas .Publicity & . 'ormatlbn Department on a native industry that is springing up in the: Ozarks >^-.....• Common Ozark. creek-bed rocks i with the prbper treatment; can become a thing of beauty, arid a jeweler, arid his wife, Bernadcttc, »re turning their hobby of collecting Ozark stones into a booming business of native jewelry. ^ The Dowdys who came to Mountain Home from Chicago three years ago, became interested in rock ^formations and began a collection of beautifully marked' stones. Upon hearing tourists complain df highway shops carrying such .things as plaster dogs, which were .probably manufactured in New York, to represent the Ozarks, the Dowdys decided that their own •hobby — lapidary work — might jjjjfc'the answer to the tourists' want $t 'Something -"Intimate and typical of;;the Ozarks." i: So with a diamond Saw,' grinding vand sanding wheels and a polishing dfUm, the Dowdys began to work Oh -the native stones; • Byficuttlng some of the rocks across the grain i»nd;by.merely polishing, others, the lOzarkJ stonesresemble real jewels. fjppwdj;'' uses flint, quartz, and Kranite. ''rocks' mainly, but he Is •.always.^looking for new : rocks he « h'use. Each Sunday, after church, 6'ippwdys take their five child- fen and; go rock hunting. • i"Not every piece is suitable, you know.,Not'because df its hardness, but because of fractures," he says. >The stones -are set in silver, gold 'lilted,' and gold inlaid mountings. Afid th<*y make a. wide variety of jefjelry 'from the stones — rings, brobches_,' earrings, pendants, tie clasps, ijmd belt buckles. This tt.ork js a great tjeal like the •(Mexican costume jewelry of silver *n'd semi-precious stones made by the Indians and a good deal ch'eaper. !Dowdy is finding a ready market •'ita<ong>Qzark resorts and highway roadstands. He is now concentrating on mftkfnfe this jewelry in his Ozark Rock Lapidary at Midway where he turns out 8 to 12 pieces <5fijewelry a day. , ,_ £ {This is but one of many enter- ipr.lses in Arkansas' created by the Ir&eriuity and*10rtnes,s j p| oijr newcomer frierids. Dur~st$tc is truly ttffe land Of Opportunity /-» and 'ttjany, -folks who come to our 'beautiful state to .visit 'h>ve remained to make it their home.' ARKANSAS lhf St A uftle Friday, lligh SSTH YEAR: VOL. 55 — NO. , . 17 tar *» HW* Uf», ?!** lt» , 137 Cofl*«iM*tM Ufa It, IMt V, HOPE, ARKANSAS, SAtURDAY, MARCH 27,1954 M«mb*r! f h« A*K>el6t*d Pr«M fc Audit Baftett *( Clr*tf«tt*J» Av, N»» MM Ortl. 6 Me*. ErtdHiB S»l>t. 30, 19M -**'*** ss-tfljto w to&iht fate Hospital ^positions Are Revised , LITTLE ROCK (/P) Thfa Arkan- sis State Hospital B,oard of Control •h4s established a now ^,500 post and. eliminated three others in a ; program of reorganization, (The board accomplished the job tianges in a secret session in 'ebruary. The detajls were confirmed yes- ^enlay by Ken W. NeWman, whose '$6,5ftO-yearly post of assistant hospital administrator was abolished. (Newman subsequently was appointed' to a new job as hospital administrator at a yearly salary "• boost-of $2,000. ' ' : , ; ;He will handle all non-professional; matters at the Hpsplt^l, Iriclud- fjjjjg collection of about $300,000 a Trear in patient fees f from which his salary is to be paid, .;• In other changes effected by the board: . , The $4,500 a year job of personal director was abolished.; V ;Sam Jones, hired Jan. 1, -for a three month period t oestabjish a job classification systcrri was reclassified as "chief laboratory technician." •fl* Jones said last night he had "'never worked Jn a laboratory in my life." Jonos, said the hospital doesn't have any classification system, ''and there has been no , attempt to.live up to classifications," The State Finance Department yesterday turned down 9 request from the hospital bpar£ for- .3 $2Q7 000 increase 'In its. ajlptrnput' fo the final quarter of the fjlspfil year, -The money was revested ' for Emergency repairs; at,the Benton unit and for farm By JACK BELL WASHINGTTN W)—Sen. Ferguson (RMich) called today for a speedup in action on President Elsenhower's legislative program in what he said Will be the make or-break month of April. Democrats, meanwhile, gibed at the Republican leadership for what they called failure to push through the President's proposals. Ferguson said in an interview he will ask the Senate Republican Policy Committee, which he heads, to consider next Tuesday a schcd ule aimed at bringing to the Sen ate calendar in the next five weeks all of the bills covering the Presi dent's major recommendations. .'Unless we get (i these measures out of committee by May 1 and on the calendar where they are ready, for Senate action, .1 am afraid some of them just aren't going to get passed : before" our scheduled July '31 adjournment," he said. • ' The Michigan senator said he thinks the"present uproar over the controversy between Sen. McCarthy (R-Wis) . and Army .officials is obscuring the Eisenhower, program. Eisenhower has predicted that what 'he calls his "dynamic, pro gressive" program will be the principal issue in the Nofember elections. He -said that if Congress dpesn!t enact most of the program the Republicans v/on't deserve- to retain control of the legislative branch. Thusfa r . the Senate has passed only the St. Lawrence Seaway bill and a ncxcise tax measure not wholly pleasing to administration leaders, who had to accept more reductions in such levies than they would have liked. The House has set a much faster pace but hasnot_ yet taken .up •neasures invofvfng^ihe ''reciprocal xade^ogjramj social securit^l^x.- pansioriTTtarm price supports ano revision of the Taft-Hartley act. Sen. Knowland of California, the 3OP floor leader, said he expects he foreign trad eprogram to be discussed at the regular Monday meeting; of GTP legislative leaders with the President. Ferguson said; he assumed a presidential message on the subject would be forthcoming soon thereafter. While Ferguon said he remains confident committees will txpe dite their work so the Senate can jet some of the major proposals )cforc it soon, Sen. Mansfield (D-Mont) said he can see few signs of progress. But of the. 196 or more proposals the President has made in one form' or 'another, the Republicans will be lucky to get a dozen through Congress," he said. Democratic. National, Chairman Stephen A. Mitchell' said in Qary, Irid... last night that -becausp ol the row between McCarthy J and Army officials he doubts "if the average citizen even recalls': that the President has a program." "It is now 78 days since that socallcd'dynamic ' program was unveiled—and so far we see not .a single piece of it enacted," Mitchell said in a speech. "We await action ort agriculture, on foreign ;rade,. on the St. Lawrence Sea way, on Taft-Hartley, minimum wa.ges, housing, social security, medical research hospitals, high way.s conservation, and all the rest." School Suits ''.Rep t C, WASHINGTON Mn (P-Ark) Court to dismigf Ifve glng the right Ot Spates tp br,8te separat? schools '|pr white ro children, House -spe '-,g|tWri|s said that, ar»y sctjpn by '4fee co«rt ta destroy "the segregate gfl system in Arksnsiis ^'wSU do , to 'fe$tb ' th? Ne svJWte r?ces It Tulsq Airmen Found Dead NearConway €ONWAY (ID The bodies of two in e n who died in the wreck' ige of their light airplane were [mind near here yesterday-r-some }4 hours after they are believed to have crashed in a New Orleans-to-Tulsa flight. The victims ware identified as R, H. Swayze, the pilot, of Eu »ene, Colo., and Frank Kitchen of Tulsa, .both about 25, The Arkansas Civil Air Patrol said the Cessna 140 apparently developed engine trouble and crashed when it Attempted to land in a nsll field near Bpno Ark. Residents of the area began (arching late Wednesday- after hearing a Plane sputter overhead , The wreckage was found abbij; rjpon yesterday by Carl Malett, ft Faulkner County farmer. Sheriff Jpe Ca,stleberry said the two men d^ed Instantly. The plsne bad stopped byjefly In Crossett Ark., Wednesday mpyning with en glne troub,lp. ,It wa,s reported overdue by TuJss and plapes |rom Crpssett, Fort Smith and - Hot Springs traced the flight path HEICH-O MOTORLTRUCK-When a steer got loose In Colum-' bus, Ohio, there were no broncos handy Amateur cowboys used the next best thing—a motor truck They might not have set any bulldogging records but got the job done. They maneuvered theii . quarry into a fence corner. Rejects Schine for Criminal Division v '. • -.'*;• • CAMP-GORDON, i Ga., UP- — Pvt.-David ".G. Schine has. been denied his application to enter the Army's Criminal Investigations Di ylsion when " he ends hs contro vcrsial basic military training, it was reported today. A' member 'of the base" 'office personnel who' declined to be named,' said Schine received his newjprders yesterday arid thai 1 -he' is getting "a pretty 5 gopd -'deal" requested several days earlier. The, 26-year-old former aide of the investigating Subcommittee of Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy (RWis)j will be "graduated at a public Cere j mony Saturday morning, 'ending eight weeks of military police training, here. The army charged that McCar thy and his chief counsel Roy Cohn, "pressured" :the. army into giving Schine special favors while he"was'in earlier, training at Ft. Dix, N. J. Cohn • and McCarhy afterwards accused the army - of making Schine a "hostage" at Camp Gor don as part of a ""blackmail" scheme against them. Base of ficials Said Schine' received the same treatment of other soldiers taking similar training during his entire stay here. Hotel Blaze Leaves Seven Persons Dead ' crookston, minn., (UP) —Fire swept, the old Northwood hotel early today and'seven-persons'were feared "dead,' ' ; ' Two, were known dead and fire meri.-believed five bodies would be fouhd in the red-hot ruins.. Four others were injured, one seriously, when they leaped irom the flaming building. -i _ A. ,F. Sowl, Duluth, Minn-i -was taken from the building alive but U. S. Planes Swarm to Aid French HANOI, Indochin (UP) American built v planes swarmed aloft before dawn today on a relief flight to Commuijist-encircled Dien Bien Phu,!'180 'jriiles to the west. •• •• ,. • ..• •'• .-,:'• ;Huge twin tailed "Flying Boxcars," many of theiri-piloted by American civilians,. and C-47 transports raced weat in an effort to get their vital cargoes to the sur rounded French outpost before menacing rain clouds could close in over the area. : ' : Reports from the scene said the Reds are tightening'their grip on the island of- ant|-Conimunist re- isstarice despite 'the 'heaviest air attacks • of the Indpcnitiese war, French military sources said the unremitting' rain of high explosives, flaming gasoline jelly and delayed - action bombs has halted neither the Red encroachment on the outpost nor the flow of reinforcing troops, trucks and supply coolies swarming down the new "short cut" road from Communist . China. Red .howitzers' • and rnprtars in the hills around Dien Bien Phu poured shells into the outpost for the 14th straight day today, but no heavy ground fighting was reported. The Communist stranglehold has closed all normal supply routes to the encircle^,,jbase .even Its airstrips are 4 ,j}n4i plies m«,st be ,,,,.,„, The multi-colored "s\}pp,Jy flnute? pf the relief fleet w|U Host down not qnly lood and ajnrriunitlpn firewood, newspapers/'fuyl an,4 cp'ffins fo? tjje '"" Th'e American "' under private ¥w. body of an unidentified man 'was found 10 feet from an exit. • The injured were Lars Thakle, 66, Casota, Minn., Dooley Cecchi, St. Paul, Clarence Aruppi Dulufh and Mrs. Betty Hedburg who was in critical condition. Milton Jenson, 37, one of the 32 'guests who managed to scramble to.safety, said he jumped "12 or 14 feet" from a second floor window but suffered no serious injury. He said he was awakened by the "commotion." . Earl Evans, 54, a permanent resident, said he, too, was awakened by noise in the hall and managed "to escape in his underwear, shoes and stockings. "You bet your life I got out of there in a hurry," he said. "The smoke was so thick you couldn't see-your hand in front of your face." The three story structure was lev eled in about 55 minutes. The hotel night clerk said the fire was spotted in the rear of the hotel.. He said hotel employes begin dousing the blaze with wather, 'then "everything happened all at once." "It went up like a flaming torch," the night clerk said. The hotel, one of the city's old est, was located in downtown Crookston. The threerstory building also housed the local Red Cross offices. Firemen said they believed the blazes started in the kitchen of the hotel. ' '> Hormone Glands Can Be Replaced By FRANK CAREY NEW HAVEN, Conn. Wl—If your hormone producing glands wear out or are destroyed, can they bt? replaced? A famous Yale University scien tist says yes—they can be, He already has replaced the glands of 'nine of 10" people with the glands of babies who died in their mothers' wombs. And, so far as he can ascertain, these bpr rowed ,vital organs are healthy and functioning in the new hosts. Dr, Harry S. N. Greene, pro fessor of pathology, today repovt ed this remarkable story to ? group of science writers touring leading research centers at the in vitation of the American Cancer Society, • • ' The experimental transplants be gan more than two years ago; and thes,e and the results of many years expereince and many thou sands .of transplants between ! have persuaded the scientist that many gj&ve human glandular corrected by Agreement Sought On Defunct Bank CLt6, Ala., (ft A creditors' committee sought unanimous aeree'rhent from depositors .today to take a 10 to 15 per cent loss so a $75',000 deficit in the Clio Merchants: exchange can be liquidated without a court fight, Eighty six of an estimated. 200 custorhers of the unchartered, itin- insure'd money exchange agreed on the .settlement at a mass meeting last 'rjlghl, but another 40 or so took' the prepared agreement con racts home. The^, creditors' committee, head ed by''29-year-old Mayor Dan as teringV was empowered to act on behalf' of the townspeople andthe defunc t exchange provided all de posltors are willing. Onedissenting vote, however, would,' automatically void the proposed-- settlement because any dis gruntjed depositor could force the trobled affairs of the' privately op crated'check-cashing agency into bankruptcy. Absent from the meeting in ,the high -School auditorium was: Royal! Reynolds, 40-year-old president of the ekcutive whose 12-day disappearance earlier this month brought on an investigation which shower! the §75,000 shortage in his accounts. Ho was in jail in Clayton, Ala,, the cpunly seat, on embezzlement charges. explained to 125 depositors Mayor asterling the approximately who Showed up last night that a court |fight over tbe money would causey, long, delay in getting the money back to depositors and probably will result in a much smaller rebate. SaysSenaf * " C L. *• By DWlQHf . .oliiAHA, «& •*• Chatrm^rf ard Wi Hall 6( the.Republ tiohal Committed Says ' S Carthy fn-Wtilx'ihfta dofte1 harm than*good" 'fa his verbal bloiyr with ,\ tob< clals. -,',', "As a JWiSlMtU Said thy's' '.'Senate ^efttc diminished In ihrpa Hall's statement 'i last night" iotmfe*v'i strongest > Crliicismsr.of th CASE OF THr MISSING WHEEL -- Four-yekr^ld^ R'onnlfi* Nickels, of Hutchlnson, Kan., is having mechanical troubles A wheel kept coming'off his toy truck and suddenly It disappeared. While making repairs recently, Ronnie put the bub cap In bis mouth, and then reported it missing. He's pointing to its position ' in his stomach, as shown on the X-ray, , • _. P|bbeofReds in Religion ,j led By MILTON MAGRUDER WASHINGTON (UP) House investigators pushed their Redskin- religion inquiry today with testi mony from the former wife of an ex-Communist about party activities in Baltimore 19 years ago, Mrs. Mary Himoff, described as the party's education director for Baltimore in the mid-30s. was summoned to a hearing by a House Un-American Activities subcom mittee.; : Members hope to get her version of a reported but disputed visit to party headquarters in 1935 by two young pastors fresh out of New York's Union Theologicarsem- inary. One of the ministers, the John A. Hutchisson who ' teaches religion ; at Williams Salt Road to Be Tested in Hempstead A Morton salt stabilized road will be given a test in Hempstead in early April, County Judge U. G. Garrett said today. The new test' will run from, the end of the blacktopping on 10th Street to^ the Spring Hill,road arid actual work will start April 7 arid 8. Judge Garrett says the salt process hardens like blacktop, is much cheaper and will last from tb,ree to five years with costly^walntaih* ance. " ' 4 \ t \ If,the test proves successful Mititv. nrrthnhlv will>"'hifild'" > county, probably slt Rev. now College has flatly denied ever being in the party offices, ever conferring with leaders or cooperating In their operations. , But, Earl C. Reno, Mrs. Himoff's ex-husband who was the party's Baltimore organizer at the time, swore in an appearance yesterday that Hutchison and the Rev. Joseph S. Nowak dropped by his office in 1935 asking his advice on "the best way to cooperate" with the Communists. He said he 'persuaded them not to join the party, but that they took his advice and joined two Communist front groups — the American League Against War and Fascism and the Ethiopian Defense Committee. Reno said Mrs. Himoff was present at the conference. Nowak, who testified later, confirmed Reno's statements and said Hutchison did not tell the truth when he denied ever meeting Reno, denied being in Reno's office, and denied taking part in Communist activities. Leonard Patterson, one-time Young Communist leader who also was active in the Ethiopia Corn* mittee, backed up the story told by Reno and Nowak. He said they came to his own office later a.nd volunteered to work for ' him, saying they were "well-schooled in Marxism." Pearson Would SubmitCharges to Grand Jury WASHINGON, (UP) — Cojum nis't Drew Pearson today spurred on his reopened feud with Sen, Jo seph R. McCarthy hy demanding a grand jury investigation of charges and counted charge? exchanged by them. In a letter to Attorney General Herbert Brownell, Jr., Pearson said the Wisconsin Republican' charges that he violated tfie espionage act should be submitted to a grand jury. Pearson said the same jury should investigate five charges against McCarthy involving possible violations of the espionage and cor rupt practices acts,, ••/ , McCarthy charged yesterday that! two "Mr. Murrays" —-one a former employe o f the munitions board and the other a former justice depart ment wotker-rgave Pearson "sec let" information. Pearson denied any wrong doing but told Brownel 1 he "would be delighted to have you submit all of Sea. McCarthy's allegations > to a grand jury," He said the same jury should investigate any charges that McCarthy violated the espionage act last September when he pul? lished a 7 page "restricted" army "I found equipped to them pretty understand the well Pom- no munist party line and I had trouble convincing or forcing to follow it," he said. Rep, Gordon H. Scherer (R-0.) observed that he headed a subcommittee hearing at New Yoifc last spring jn which Patterson first mentioned that Npwak and Hutchjnson went to Baltimore "to hi Communist Party DeMoloy Plans Hay ride Monday "J was criticized, particularly by Methodist Bjgfjop, o^narn, fp,r type intelligence report on Siheria son also accusd McCarthy of an other espionage act violation during a 1951 speech in which he made public a dated military report fr<Jm Korea which, Pearspn,,said, "makes it possible for a -foreign ppwer to break the code." Pearson a'lso as^ed for aq <irj vestigation pf charges that McCar thy apcepted $J.p400 ^jErom Rep.. A] vin Bentley (RMich.)' imd Ws w|fe. for fighting cpmmunJ??) 1 ' ?* e senate subcommittee reported the money was used to speculate on the iyoybean market. The newsman 'further asked to check McCarthy's fin ances, because, he (( sBid, the deposited $173,083 in a count 'in four years i— "A for a senator wfth, a as oj of alsp the bank Of his. Assistant,' Ray Kiermas, McCarthy made his changes Pearson of tbj outse^ pf a ' Senate money" i cal ye#r. Pearson coming {i; i he wag "mystified ate could,,,., .. diate comm'l ,McCa*|hVfeawa^8 fcoUhselJRox'tbbn fii$e Arkansans Aid in Break for Stake Promise BALTIMOR E Iff! — Henry Lloyd Knight, Washington dealer in,airplane ..parts, arid a former Arkan sari, today' was sentenced to 18 months in prison and fined $10,000 for sneaking material through the Iron CUrtain (l into Poland,, ^, \ s The line applies jointly 'to Knight and;his personal-firm, Air_.Uniem Inc,,' of B.ethesda,,Md. , ( ~ / _ > Before imposing 'sentence," Fed eral, Judge " W» ? Calvin * ChesmJt heard, a'^report that "Air assets li'ajfe -dwiftcUed' to less/th^n " KnijjHt' took any sign t <," wife, sittirig in^ho'.court hind him. !/,"*'. > ,i l -n w Federal Court officials he ,was the, Jflrst person vlcted *of violating' the,, U,', S..' trality law/i, 1 j '» , • , Yr<|vi v The goyernfnent- charged,^; shipped $48,000 worth of t -.parts 1 transport airplanes .to Poland.^; the latter hulf , of ' 1040, This was done worked 'out with testimony officials Po to Polish ships'at Antwerp, n.' ?" * ' • V '""" land's Communist government, The parts Were shipped to -Bufadex, t a, dummy firm in jParls, and then verted t< Belgium Knight contended t he l did, not ed - through a'conspiracy Knlgh't mow Spfadex'was' a dummyi arid he conspiracy, was hftched jjn Paris'without h'is knowledge,"" Knight, 46, has ( been in ,the ,avia lion' business 'arouri.d • sWashlrigton 'pr almost 20 years. He^ served for a time as an Investigator, '^ndn'^ aminei- for /the Civil Aerpp,au,t|e? Administration and, as ,a . s We,i ton consultant for',yarious'ai? v _ v and aircraft manufacturers. He" v ' v ls ( a WestCFc-int graduate and came' to- Washington >, from , Eureka Springs, Ark. i 1 L '•' i Ex-Arkansan Deals Behind Iron Curtain • >- »"-.'' ROCHESTER, ^. ,Y, -«fl; promise of a stake in a $80,fl()Q lOWup planned in Arkansas, \ed twq* exconvjcts to engine^ cape of two prlSp^er^ roe .County penitentiary ' 'said today, holdup idea W8S. excpnyjcts ,aw| exchange $^m m ii iKafi&V '• ^ ^ WAte offiqi^Js*- onp*8- { «««8?T,T- ta » terj|h|i^^f^ 'WSMtr^'- 3 wmtto

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