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• "B! '«*; t; MOM ITAI, MOM, ARKANSAS Friday, May I, If SI K.AS? welcome the uie^t *?%:••• '^'^-^••-•:!"'Ky^ ' •: '• ^;"'r:<» : -ri:r vAv«BJ' r :--.'V -• - >•>•*.«••. ^. 7; .^^, £,«***jjo«*tf •'fttbrt'f*.', s f»s'w t. ss4 I V- *0(j //V % °^a X-e^Aft^, -Vi$fo$$&'" mm t'SS' J !*! Hi sfiSfif'^** tJ.'_.consciously or subconsciously,., -^,,Jt.i»> ineager tribute that we should lic*^;o|e:dpiy..tp'^other. " ' Jl ' u Is; go round. Home isn't home without [Hi ptanhing, the constant loving care... JVwbn't tick without Mother. Form the i'are hungry, our extra blanket on a cold and hearts reach out for MOTHER, re insufficient Even Daddy isn't quite i tell MOTHER 'of his joys; a sick child ie Jaway hi* pains. There's something Iro^m Mother. • it well? Who else can give us lovely un and friends? And who, but Mother, Hira ai our Refuge and Strength, a tments, failures, Mother is the lirit never wavering, her love never ^, tdiityitnlfnt, success. Then we know one heart is . Motlwrri» then the soaring cloud of radiant rapture. :'••'© •• • ' Williams Neu-spjptr Penury -.-.,.-. ., : - P. O. Bon 2)1, Ft. Worlh. T«x. .., . A t long as Mother lives, we shall not lack for care or love or prayers. When} •iparatioh> comes, as conie it niust, "death is swallowed up in victory." Lite will] not change Mother's love; death will riot conquer it. Mother's spirit will walk/ ever beside us; her love will wrap us close. Her gentle hand will guide us; her! sweet voice will echo in our ears. Again we'll feel that extra blanket slipped) quietly over us, in the coldness of our night! Mother is ari'd will be forever more! Our guardian angel. In this world or in the next, we knpw that we may diawl eternally upon the strength and the love that is*.. MOTHER. Go to your church} this Mother's Day. -r' ; 7 Ntws off Hit CHURCHES GARRETT MEMORIAL 300 North Ferguson Street Eld. Elbert O'Steen, Pastor Sunday 9 a. to. Rock ot Ages Broadcast over KXAR. 0:50 a. m. Sunday School. Paul Church Supt. 11 a. m. 1 Morning Worship 7 p. m. Baptist Training Service 8 D. m. Evening Worship Monday 2 p. m. Senior W. M. A. Wednesday 7 p. m. Teachers' meelnig an G. M. A.'s 7:30 Mid-week services' an prayer meeting Thursday 7:30 p, m. Junior W. M. A. We welcome you to our services A. 7:30 p. m. Evangelistic service, Sermon by the Pastor. Monday 2:30 p. m. Womens Missionary Council. Wednesday 7:15 p. m. Class. Workers' Training 8 p. m. Mid-Week Service. The public Is cordially Invited to attend all services. UNITY BAPTIST CHURCH South Elm Street Pastor, Howard White 8:25-8:55 a. m. Unity Gospe Hour KXAR. Sunday School 10 a. m. — Ansley Gilbert, .Supt. Morning worship 11 a. m. 6:30 p. m. Baptist Tratnln Service. 7:30 p. m. Evening Worship Monday 2 p. m. Ladies Auxiliary 7 p. m. Willing Workers Auxll iary Tuesday 1st & 3rd 7:30 p. m. Brotherhood Meeting Wednesday 7 p. m. Teacher's Meeting 7 p. m. Girls Missionary Auxil iary. CHURCH OF CHRIST 5th and Grady Street F. L. Jennings, MlnliUr Sunday ^ 9:45 Bible Study 10:37 Preaching 6:30 p. m. Bible Study, Clajset for all ages. Tuesday 0:30 a.m. Ladies Bible Study Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Bible Study CHURCH OF CHRIST Walnut Street Elton Hughes, Minister Sunday 9:45 a. m. Bible School 10:50 a. m. Preaching 11:30 a. m. Communion 6 p. m. Bible Study 7 p. m. Preaching Tuesday • 9:30 a. m. Ladles Bible Study 7:15 p. m. Men's Bible Study Wednesday 7:15 p. m. — Teachers Meeting 7:30 p. m. Bible Study You are always welcome at the Church of Christ. CHURCH OF THE NAZARENC Fifth and Pine St. Garland Johnson, Pastor Sunday 9:45 a. m. Sunday School, J. O Bullock. Supt. 11 a. m. Mornlrg Worship, Sermon by pastor. 7 p. m. N. Y. P. S. 7 p. m. Junior Society 7:30 p. m. Evangelistic Service Sermon by ppstor. Friday 2 p. m. Prayer and Fasting Service. HOPE GOSPEL. TABERNACLE Rev. C. S. Walker, Pastor Rev. G. E. Hicks, Muslc-Youth Director. : 9:45 a. m. — Sunday School, T. C. Cranford Supt. 10:00 a. m. — Radio Bible Class, Broadcast over KXAR, Rev. C. S. Walker, Teacher. 11:00 a. m. — Moinlng Worsnlp sermon by the Pa'ston 6:15 p. m. Senior C. A. Junior C. FIRST PENTECOSTAL CHURCH Fourth and Ferguson Street Rev. H. P. Hudspeth, Pastor 9:45 a. m. Sunday School Luther Cornelius Supt 11 a. m. — Morning Worship Sermon by pastor. 6:30 p. m, Pentecostal Conquerors Mrs. Joe Lively in charge. Junior Conquerors, Mrs. H. P. Hudspeth in charge. 7:30 p. m. Evening Worship Wednesday 7:30 p. m. • Bible Study and Prayer meeting. Thursday 2 p. m. Ladies Pentecostal Auxiliary. The Missionary Prayer Warrors will meet Tuesday si 2 p. m. at at the home of Mrs. Bill Patton. The public is invited to attend all services at this church. Hobbs as cohostess, 7 p. m. 7 p. m. Choir Practice J Tuesday 7 p. m. The Elders of the Church will have dinner at the manse. . Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Midweek Service Topic "Freedom" , CATHOLIC CHURCH 3rd and Walker Father A. G. Dunleavy, 8 a. mi Mass - Pastor •a FIRST CHRISTIAN Edmond Pendleton, pastor Sunday 9:45 a. m. Bible School 10:50 a. m. Morning Worship "Motherhood Pagan or Christian" 2:30-4:00 p. m. Communion faer vice to shut-ins. 6:00-7:30 p. m. Christian Youth Fellowship. 5:00 Vesper Service — are you a Christian? Thursday Choir Practice You are always invited to attend this church that is dedicated to a Christian Hope. In our Church we seek to make Christian Liberty and the Love of Christ Prevail. But we know that we are not the only Church in Hope with these ligh objectives. So find the church of your choice and attend regular. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN 701 South Main Street Rev. L. T. Lawrence. D. D* Minister The Men's Bible' Class win mew In the Fellowship Hall at 9:30 .1. m) 'or doughnuts and coftee; the lesson at 10 a. m. will be taught by James Pilkinton; J. W. Branch, pianist. 10:00 a. m. Sunday School, James H. Miller, Superintendent. 10:55 a. m. Morning Worship Sermon. subject: "Doth God .ive Here?" Solo "-Mother Mac- nree" — Olcott and Ball Mrs. Dick Watkins. 6 p. m. P. Y. F. supper Mrs. Jack Lowe will have charge of the program. 7 p. m. Evening Worship Subject: "He Cpme Unto His Own" Special music: "Mother iOve A'bideth" Monday The Circles of the Women of the hurch will meet Monday as folows: Circle 1, Mrs. Franklin McLarty, Chairman, at the home of Mrs. 'hell Joplin, at 10:00 a. m. Circle 2, Mrs. H. B. Barr, Chairman, 'at the home of Mrs. Harry "icmley, at 2:30 .p. m. Circle 3, Mrs. J. H. Miller, Chairman, at the home of Mrs. James ilkinton, at 10:00 a. m. Circle 4, Mrs. Ched Hall, Chair- nan, at the home of Mrs. Hamilton Hanegan, with Mrs. Lester FIRST METHODIST CHUfcCH West knd at Pln« V. D. Keeley. Pastor 9:45 a. m. Church School Mrs. Elmer Brown will teach Jett B. Graves Class. Judge Lyle Brown will teach the Century Bible Class. 10:55 a. m. Morning Worship Anthem: "Mother" — Rubinstein Sermon: "The Ideal Mother" — i,, Minister. ^ 5:30 p m. Intermediate MYF 5:30 p. m. Senior MYF 5:30 p. m. Wesley Club 7 p. m. Evening Worship Special Music: Mother's evening song, By the Junior Choir, Sermon: "The Christian Home" — Minister. Monday 2p.m. All circles ol the WSCS will have a Union Meeting at the ^ Church. . If. 7:30 p. m. Wesleyan Service Guild will have a "Pot Luck" supper at the church, followed by an Installation Service of .new Officers, led by Mrs. C. C. Stuart of Ashdown. Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Adult Choir Practice. Thursday 7 p. m. Young Adult Fellowship Group will meet at the church. Baby-sitters will be provided for |-. .small children of these parents. -•' FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 8. A. Whitlow. Pastor Burton Sutte'rficld Music-Education Sunday . ,.;' 9:30 a. m. — Sunday Scaool W, H. Munn, Supt. 10>50 a. m. Morning Worship with sermon by pastor. 5 p. m. Chapel Choir Rehearsal 6:30 p. m. Baptist Training Un- fe ion, Hubert Thrash, Director. 7:4'5 p. m. Evening Worsnlp with sermon "by pastor. Monday 4 p. m. Sunbeams. 4 p. m. Junior G. A. Program and Play Rehearsal.. 7:15 p. m. Y. W. A. meeting at the church. ( Tuesday • ;~<T^ 4 .p. m. G. A. Community Missions. . • Wednesday •''"."* 9 a. m.i Sunday School Training Course. Beginner and Primary 4 p. m. Carol Choir I Rehearsal 7 p. m. Sunday School Officers and Teachers' meeting. 7:45 p. m. The Fellowship Hour — G. A. special guests. Thursday t t 1 Visitation Day 4 p. m. Carol Choir II Rehearsal 6:30 p. m. Intermediate G. A. Banquet. ; Friday 4 P. m. Cherub Choir Rehearsal 6:30 p. m. Junior G. A. Banquet. Tells Small Towns to Lure Industry Monette, (fP) — Small towns ia Arkansas "are going to get a break," former Gov. Francis Cherry says, "if they work -toward attracting industry." j Cherry, who was defeated; for a second term Democratic ntomina- tion in last summer's primary, addressed a group of mayors and aldermen here yesterday. "We must believe in ourselves and in our ability to sell- others oar local communities," .. i Cherry , ' r ; » of Church Ads Is Being Published Through the Cooperation of the Local Ministerial Alliance and ' by the Undersigned Individuals and Business Institutions Gunter Retail Lumber Co. Hope Transfer & Storage Co. Your Building Store Packing • Crating - Moving Ralph Montgomery Market Your Friendly Shopping Center W. Shanhouse Sons, Inc. Clothing Manufacturers Cox Bros. Foundry & Machine Company Everything In Machine Shop Work | Graydon Anthony Lumber Co. ^ij^jCr T1*' Hope Federal Savings gnd LewlsvWe HIghW8y Kl^ylifSk-'-'-'-Vv ' ;';.-V;. •:';••' . Loan Association ' ' • . ^K^^£^-^£'^' l ?.?,?$ l *:?*r to Buy ' BuUd - Bei "»' """"* ....y?\^X'.; ; - ; ;;--'-->: { ''-:-'- - • WJ J -4fe',"" : ::r;-.: : , .«;'.; : "': rv ^ t ''iiffij^^ll'^-'' (f!-*W'V^iffl <*: JX "•"' *• '&' k#4!A&-,f'£ .5£^ Butane Gas Co. Butane Gas and Appliances Southwestern Packing Co, Pork and Beef Packers Crescent Drug Store Lets Put Christ First — Lets Go to Church Hope Furniture Co. Headquarters for Fine Furniture Hope Basket Company Phone 7-234S Owen's Department Store Ben Owen Cities Service Station Graver Thompson ^?*:/«tel«rje$t Dairy Products *y^-v;^' ; Y Nature'! Most Healthful Foo4 i&pEiiijfiaBSfflrjgjF•*!?, ffSTTwr r £,.•»'..'.. . -. .-.- l^^r^f'^.-VfK^.^'.'fe-' ••&*!•••-?;;••' •'..'•'•. ste®H&v-',iiv• I.;K : ,'.«.jiVv':••'••• • '*?•!;-•' •••.•.-. • ' "•• -• :,' ^rnm^ Brunei Stephens Grocer Co. Wholesale Grocers Young Chevrolet Co. Chevrolet. Sales & Service Feeders Supply Company Your Purina Dealer Citizens National Bank Member FP1C ^rai^^JHBwr?^'"^.'. 1 ...':..*** 1 .'-*/^'.'^.-' 1 •/ •'•••• /.-•.-< •ifrvtf&w^ -v: :: IVi&SSP '•«'*(••"- '•.'-;••'.,' >•'••'... •<13fi"W i «* :*-.«''•• ••'.'• SMffigSfeg^fe.;; ,-,'i-.''j'. .*#,-^wW&^-- ' '•• ••.'.. H ™f^^ : ^^^;t"V;. Ivory Handle Co. Pftone 7-2304 Hope Theatres, Inc. Eldon Coffman, City Mgr. Collier Tire & Battery Service Dunlop Tires • Excello Batteries - Emerson TV First Notional Bank Member FDIC Porter Garage & Glass Stipp ' Expert Auto Repair — Glass InittUti Products Mid-South'Cotton & Supply , A> <B- Meyer's B'gkery was Institution Helping a ' Plynkett-Jgrrel! Cirocer Co» William M. Puckett ol Scrap Iron |c V.,U „ -* •"£&$* r "fe Community CleaivUp, Paint-Up, Fix-Up Campaign May 2-14 To City Subscribes: If you fail to get your Star please telephone 7-3431 by 6 p. m.,and a special carrier will deliver your paper. Star •VfAtMiftraftft«Alf Arkansa* - Partly Clmftfi afternoon, tenigta ^gfttag&JlfliS sret" mostly U north, Cdoi** Saturday * - ' ^ ; ',>. Experiment Stattett Hjperibliir 1 ^ •24-hours ending at 8 a. tlk^iill tl« Low 85j precipltltloti tl8 , 7^, -. , YFAR- Vnl •;/; Mn TEAK. VUL. 56 — NO. ***' •'. M »P« '•**, •*»»» 1.M7 Consolidated J.rt. It, 1*2* HOPE, ARKANSAS, SATURDAY, MAY J, 1955 Okay .Governors to Road Plan, Gore Believes By JOE HALL WASHINGTON W) — Sen. Gore CD-Tenn) said today he believes al Revision in his highway financing |bill voted by the Senate Public Works Committee should eliminate all opposition from state governors. Republicans backing President Eisenhower's alternative road- building plan had been counting heavily on pressure from the governors to swing congressional sentiment in its favor. Several Republican, and Demo- c^ltic governors spoke out for the aaministration proposal at meetings hear earlier in the week, although the Gore measure won some Democratic support. The revision Gore spoke of would require ,the federal government to pay nine-tenths of the cost of rebuilding and modernizing the nation's 40,000-mile interstate highway system. That 90 per cent figure compares with the 75 per cent Gore had proposed and the present Cljiper cent. "Eisenhower had proposed the federal government pay practically all the cost of the interstate system. Bank Robbers to Be Arraigned KANSAS CITY MPI — Two men held in connection with the $12,000 robbery of the First State Bank of iftickner, Mo., will be arraigned today before the U. S. commissioner. William G. Simon, special agent in charge of the FBI office here, identified the men as ohn William Farr, 37, Kansas City, and Charlesv Posey, 28, St. Louis. He said they will be charged with violation ofv the federal bank robbery statuft. Simon said the two were arrest. 'O several hours after the rob- iRjiEy yest er da y at Farr's apartment. They offered no resistance, although Farr was armed with a revolver. • i <!* The FBI said $6,000 taken in the holdup was discovered tied to the trouser legs of a pair .of'coveralls which was similar to those worn by one of the bank robbers. The clothing was found in a suitcase in Farr's apartment. Farr, who also is .known as Jack .liam Price, is a native of Muse, Okla.. Posey is married and the father of four children. ' Two armed, unmasked bandits: V IT" i'Ti ~Z*~ «'~!T™*. ^**~ • AtMR ftltfMv C. ».,»w.».^»n- A». Nw »*U Cirri. * MM. ItM-Mi Mar** «, mi —I.M1 Mitt til Ctfffi CUE FIREBALL — The atomic fireball of "Operation Cue" spreads across desert floor, reaches out toward Survival Town, and begins spectacular 42,000-foot rise above Atomic Test Site. Nev., early Thursday. Three of the houses used in FCDA test can be seen as very small black images at lower right of picture. — NEA Telephoto Move to Save Viet Nam May Be Too Late By JAMES MARLOW Associated Press News Analyst WASHINGTON (M— The frantic efforts ,of the free, South Viet- nnamese to create their own government may be the last convulsion before chaos. Efforts now to save them from eventual absorption by communism may be too ate. Still, there is a chance the Unit ed States and France can agree on a policy which will rescue South Viet Nam in Indochina from the Communists, who last year in battle forced the French to let them have North Viet Nam. If there is such agreement, anc it succeeds, it must corne under the head of better late than ;ngyer ; Secretary of State Dulles flies to Paris today for high-level talks with American allies. Officials say he will talk with the French in search of a unified policy toward South Viet Nam. Ever since the Communist- led civil war against the French be gan in Indochina nine. years ago, the United States and France had time to work out such a unified policy. There still seems to be none. Name New Bishop LITTLE ROCK (ffl — The Rev. Robert Raymond Brown of St. Paul's Church of Richmond, Va., where Robert, E. Lee worshiped before the Civil War, is the new bishop coadjutor of the Protestant Episcopal Diocesje of Arkansas. He was selected yesterday on the sixth ballot in a special meeting of the 33rd convention of the Diocese. At Richmond, the new coadjutor said he planned to visit Little Rock Tuesday. The 44-year-old churchman will be assistant to Bishop R. Bland Mitchell. held up the bank shortly before In recent years, while this 'coun noon yesterday. After ordering try pumped in supplies costing bank employes to lie on the floor many millions of dollars, the the. men scooped up approximately $12,000 in currency and .fled in a car. yNews Briefs FAYETTEVIULE (UP) — Steve- Friedheim of Joplin, Mo, a junior at the University of Arkansas, has been awarded a $100 prize by ths Christophers, a Catholic group, for submitting a script suitable for a television group. program by the The prize was one of 34 awarded in the United States and Canada. ROCHESTER, Minn., (UP) Fed- French lost not only the friend ship of millions of Vietnamese but eventually lost in-their war with the Communists. Up until a comparatively short time before the French went down to disaster at Dien Bien Phu in 1955 the Truman and Eisenhower administrations continued to talk optimistically about the prospects for French success. Yet to realistic readers of American newspapers in this country it must have seemed apparent the road was going to lead all down: hill unless the French let the Vietnamese have a truly strong and independent government of their own. This was not done. It still hasn't been done although the Vietnam- eral Judge Thomas C. Trimble of ese> a f ter t he French defeat at Little Rock Ark., was reported in "good" condition following surgery yesterday for removal of a .ney. Judge Trimble is a patient Mayo Clinic. kid- at LITTLE ROCK (UP) — Danco Construction Co. of North Little Rock was apparent low of five .Adders for extension of the water distribution system at the Little Rock Air Force base. The bid, received 'yesterday by the district engineer office here, block and seem, still to be. But a Dien Bien. Phu, got more independence than at any time since the French took Indochina as a colony in the 19th c.entury. If South Viet .Nam finally descends into chaos and communism there will probably be congressional investigations to learn just what American policy makers in the State Department under Presidents Truman and Eisenhower did to try to prevent it. The colonial-minded French undoubtedly were the stumbling was for $39,896, . .against a government estimate of.'$53,783. LITTLE ROCK, (UP) — W. B. Husdon of North Little Rock was elected president of the re-activated Arkansas Reatil Grocers assoc- .iation at a Bight. meeting here last Other officers include Raymond L. Moreau TF, El Dorado, vice- president; T. E. Tyler of Little Rock, re-elected secretary; and J. Kenton Cochran - of Russellville, counsel. The board adopted a resolution urging a 6 per cent markup law covering the retail sale of groceries in Arkansas. Such a law. would prevent the use of "loss leaders," priced below cost to lur customers to groceries. GAMES TOO LONG CHICAGO (UP) Walter Sain- natural question arises: Why didn't Agencies Asked to Turn Back Money LITTLE ROCK UPI—Several state GOPs Happy , Over Trend i of Employment By JACK BELL WASHINGTON iffi — Some Republicans said today a new gain in; employment — if the trend con- ;inues — promises to undermine a potential, Democratic issue in the 1956 presidential campaign. But some Democrats insisted an April figure of 61,685,000 persons working on civilian jobs is "misleading," arguing there Is critical unemployment in many areas of the, country. A joint report yesterday. by the Labor and Commerce Departments also said unemployment dropped by 200,000 to about 2,962,000. Sen. Ives (R-NY) said the report that employment rose by a record 1,208,000 from early March to early April "entirely justifies the predictions the administration stuck to last year when Democrats were drying depression." Funds Asked for Arkansas River Work Destroys All Withina Mile of Blast By MURRAY M. MOLER SURVIVAL • CITY} .Nev., (UP) —Harold Goodwin, atomic test chief of the federal Civil Defense administration, said today that falling debris and radiation would have killed all. residents ,of Survival Town within one: mile of ye«-]2i/ 3 ;;;million dollars" to start the •WASHINGTON A 30-man Arkansas delegation asked Congress today to put- up 19 million dollars for Arkansas River projects for the year starting July 1. The group sought approval of IZ 1 /^. million dollas for bank stabilization work along the river, and terday's powerful atomic explosion. • , - •.,..• • -, .„•'•• Godwin made; the statement Dahdanelle Dam above Littla Rdek. Headed by Sens. McClellan and agencies have been asked to turn yesterday the... havoc 'wrought:;, by back some of their operating'funds th e detonation of a 'nuclear; device during a Survival Town tour by Fulbright, Arkansas Democrats, newsmen and civil defense officials | COY. Orval E. Faubus, and Reps, this .morning,' after .conferring withJHays, Trimble and Norrell, Demo- official damage survey • teams•cra.is, the big delegation was allol- which have been appraising since ted,; two hours before a House ap- Queen Elizabeth Dissolves Parliament LONDON (/P) — Queen Elizabeth II sent Parliament home today to campaign for the May 26 genera elections. In a farewell speech she said Britain hopes to "enter into fruitful negotiations" with the So viet Union now that. West Ger many is once again a free anc sovereign nation.' Britain now will be without a legislature until June 7, when the new House, of Commons Will si for the first time. V Prime Minister Eden and his cabinet will continue to run their various departments. They do no resign until after the election — either for Eden to form a new cabinet if the Conservatives win, or for the Laborites to take over the government if they are vie torious. so Uj.e,-money can be used to match federal funds for vocational edufia- tion. ' Don Russell,..director of vocational rehabilitation for Arkansas, .sale yesterday .the state stands to lose $200,000 in federal ' funds unless $90,000 can be scraped together. He said he thinks about a half- dozen institutions which benefit indirectly from vocational and rehabilitation work will chip in to make up the deficit. If the move is successful, Arkansas will have slightly more than a million dollars for vocational programs next fiscal year, compared with the $700,000 being spent dining the current year. Russell said Gov. Orval Faubus has approved the idea of trans fering some state operating funds to the vocational program. half again as-powerful as:the' A- bombs./that. shattered ,,Hiros,hin\3i %rid ' Nagasaki.'"" " '•'*""*" ' He said all residents of> • Main street would have received a lethal dose of radiation. Even without Co-ops Asks AP&L Bond be Rejected LITTLE ROCK f/B Arkansas electric co-ops have asked the Public Service Commission to reject a bond which would allow Arkansas Power & Light Co. to include the co-ops under a • fuel rate charge. The objection was filed yesterday by Arkansas State Electric Cooperative Association. The $250,000 bond posted by AP&L for computing the charge which would mean an increase for consumers. AP&L contends it needs to include the co-ops in the fuel rate and change the computing procedure as a result of a bonded increase in charges to large industrial customers by Arkansas Louisiana Gas Co. The co-ops argue hat the charge violates their contracts with AP&L. Sanity of Turner Expected Soon LITTLE ROCK The final report is expected to be made the United States long ago pros- vithin a few days on a sanity test' pro'priatipns subcommittee. Tomorrow the group will repeat its ^.testimony before a Senate ap- prqjjrjations, .sub-committee. ...••• of which . McClellan t is a member. The Arkansas request was considerably above the budget recom mendations "of President Eisenhow- that lingering death, everyone-er. He budgeted three million dol- within one mile of the 500-foot tower where the detonation took place probably would have been killed by flying or falling debris, he said. lars for bank stabilization and nothing for the Dardanelle Dam. The budget asked bank stabilization funds for five areas along the river—Wilson Rock at Fort Louis Watson .of Honolulu, a vet-j Smith; Fort Smith to Mill Creek eran Civil Defense worker, said it Brown's Bend; Brodie Bend, and appeared to him that anyone in Mid Lake. this model community who lived | _ The Arkansas group asked an within one mile of the detonation increase to step up this work and would have died if he had not,include various other areas. been in a . specially prepared shelter. The heavy damage was confined to the one mile area from the Rep. Hays and others asked that money be allowed to start the Dardenelle Dam—one of several projects in Arkansas and Oklaho- base of what had . been a steel | ma which are part of an over-all tower, but was not just a bakened P r °g/arn approved by Congress, spot in the desert. A two-story brick dwelling and a frame cottage slightly less than fo development of -the Arkansas River. Trimble said the Arkansas del- one mile from th e bias t were l?f tion also has voted to support ruined completely, although con-Pr 3 . 1 ? 0 " 13 , ln anv requests it creet slab and reinforced block m i| nt , make homes on the same street remained standing but damaged. A block south, a two-story frame home — a survivor itself of the small-scale 1953 Doom Members of the Arkansas group include: Mayor Pratt Remmel of Little Rock; Reece Caudle, Russellville; »'"»»« < in one piece and deposited 25 feet away in the backyard. *• E ' Top Advisers Called in for Paris Meets By JOHN M. HIGHTOWER WASHINGTON dfi —President Eisenhower calle'd in his top military-diplomatic advisers for White House talks today before Secretary of State Dulles' departure for Paris meetings on Far Eastern problems and .Western Europe's defense. Summoned to the session with the President were Dulles, Secretary of Defense Wilson, Undersecretary of State Herbert. Hoover >Jr and Adm. Arthur W. Radford chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Dulles, planned to take off. for Paris late in the day to attend ,a meeting of the North Atlantic Treaty Council :-at which West Germany will become the -15th member. He has'arranged also to talk with French Foreign Minister Antoine Pir<ay and British Foreign Secretary Harold Macmillan about Far Eastern matters. • '•• He is expected' to press Pinay to give strong support-to Premier Ngo Dirih Diem of South Viet Narn, ,; : ;wee)c. ^d , whom „ ,, ago were" saying was inadequate for his job but whose regime they have more recently seemed willing to back. ' ' '" Diplomats said the ministers will attempt to evaluate evidence that, the Communists are trying to make some peaceful adjustments. This evidence includes Red Chinese talk about' negotiations with the United States on easing Far Easern ensions and Soviet moves to complete an Austrian independence treaty. The evaluation will have a direct bearing upon ^what the Big Three Western ministers decide to do about proposing a Big Four conference. Jack Murrey, Little Rock Chamber of Commerce; Jim Rutledge, On the two-mile line, five other £ or t Smith Cla ence Byi Tn Fort " B oswel, their wtadow, -like those of trail-l^meT ^1-1 Burris.Tus^lvn e; ^f^l^l'^r^.Z.,^ 6 , S tate Sen, Bob Mitchell; Danville; Morris Moore, Dardanelle; smashed and glass scattered over the desert. Inside the Main street homes, ihe mannequin residents were Arthur Ormond, Morrilton; W. E. Love, Morrilton; Jeta Taylor Ozark; Clyde Hiatt, Charleston; Tobe , J 1_ I « —-.-i ^-•»,7 v*w *A + MIV| WlfdiJWO lfl/l£ t A \J WC Ussed about in a grotesque man-,House, Mulberry; Claude Alexan- ler. The Paul Darling family that 1 ' -- " ived in the brick house suffered aadly. None would have lived through the bombing. One of the Darling children sprawled inside the fireplace. sure the French into letting the Vietnamese have full independence, their own army and their own government? The answer might be the policy makers didn't want to press -to hard for fear the French would sulk and refuse to let West Germany regain her sovereignty and join the North Atlantic Alliance against Russia. Rearmament of Germany has been one of this government's main goals for years. But yesterday the West Germans, with the approval of the French and others, regained . their sovereignty, with the door open to rearmament. Now that that problem has been settled, perhaps a concentrated effort will be made by both this country and France to help the South ' Vietnamese not only estab- don, 49, fined $2.65 for not report- lish their own government but set jng for jury duty, explained to the up their own army r to defend it. judge that he was loo exhausted to' for M. L. Bill Turner, who is sentenced to die in the electric chair for the fatal shooting of Lloy R. Squire, a suitor of Turner's ex-wife. An examination of 'Turner by the State Hospital here has been completed, but staff psychiatrists still are awaiting results of labora- ory tests. The report will be transmitted to Gov. Orval Faubus, who has the duty of setting an execution date for the former Camden, Ark., nightclub operator If Turne ris adjudged sane. Turner has been returned to the death cell at State Tucker Prison Farm pending the hospital's re- iThe fireplace was on its back outside where the walls had 'been. His father was nearby, slumped under the fallen joists of the second floor. In the concrete slab structure, its white front blackened by the at the Former Methodist Superintendent Dies der, Mulberry; Dr. W. S. Dru mond, president of College of The Ozarks, Clarksville; Charles Robinson of Washington, representing the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association. Slayer Arrested in State, Executed SAN QUENTIN PRISON, Calif.. woman dummy was kitchen table. But she'd flipped her wig — and the wig had landed atop the debris-scarred refrigerator. W. ... _.._ m the prison gas chamber today for slaying his wife at Mira' Loma in Riverside County. Caldwell killed Mrs. Lilly Cald- wel1 Jan - 29 - hitting her ,„. . , J .-.,„,, - What happened inside the. homes O n the head with an iron pipe and one mile away in the moments of the blast was revealed by official photographs taken by sequence cameras which were located inside the dwellings. One series of pictures shows, in then cinching a belt around her neck so tightly the belt broke. The woman's body was discovered a week later in the bathtub. Caldwell, meanwhile, had sold some of their belongings and fled. striking silhouette, a two-year-old I In Arkansas an officer making child mannequin standing be- a routine check of a\|tomoblles neath the protection of an indoor j stopped Caldwell. lean-to shelter. The baby was com-j Caldwell remarked he knew pletely protected, from chunks of what the officer wanted, and told Junior, Senior Glee Clubs to Be Featured At the Music Festival on Tuesday night in Hammons Stadium the glee clubs of the Junior-Senior High School will be featured in some of the popular songs of the day. Representing Hollywood in the fanciful tour of "America the Beautiful" the Junior High Glee Club will sing songs from muslca motion pictures, such as "The Wizard of Oz" and "Hans Christian Anderson, The High School Glee Club wll sing selections from the Broadway shows "Kiss Mr. Kate" and "South Pacific." Both groups are under the direction of Mrs. B. C, Hyatt. PRO9PECTOR — On a re- cent'prospecting-trip Into New Mexico. Col. Benjamin E. Thurston, assistant training inspector at Camp Chaffee, Ark., and his partner, Mrs. Jeanette V. Martin, Farmlngton, N. M., staked out uranium claims valued at well over * million dollars. The Colonel plans to sell the mining rights to a mining company — NEA Telephoto. Plant, Union in Survival Fight By DION HENDERSON KOHLER, Wis. Wl— On the shady boulevards of this onetime model Industrial village where the CIO United Auto Workers struck the Ko'nler Co., 13 months ago, labor's irresitble force seems to have met management's immovable object. The strike has become the longest in the nation. The overriding question now is who shall survive. Officials of the huge plumbing ware firm say frankly they would not grieve to sea Local 833— which attained a one-year contract with the firm before the strike in the solg success of a major union at Kohler— broken in the struggle, serve after sitting through thej Of every four persons who get marathon seven-ho u r, 18-minute cancer, one will be saved, but' Hospital" in Kosco Walkut .passed away debris larger than the child itself, I of slaying his wife. April 28,' in St. Luke,The air was filled with these St. Louis of a heart!chunks and splinters, ripped as. , double header of the. Chicago thiee will die. One more could attack He wis a fcamer superin-' sunder and tossed with super-son- In 1954, U. S. tea imports increased 6 5 per cent to 115 million pounds White Sox and Baltimore 0«ole> be saved if the d.seasc had been .tepdent of the Methodist SS in Hope, ic speed to becpme death-dealing while coffee imports declined 9 r,o U gh, __ Ud a ygry 3 cUve Jetfe* of, yputh,, I missiles, _ •_ , __ Ipjr INJURED FATAULY DEQUEEN, (#)_ ^ ifyear. old oy was injured fatally last night in the headon collision of a. motor* cycle and a truck. The victim wqs ^erry pay Waidon, son of Mr- and Mrs. E.aj-1 Caldwell of rout£ 1, Waldon was on,the The truck was 4rjv.efl by Jim Waldon. The accident .about six mjles n.ftrth,wesi j nn fl ——.•• — A— -* ' \ "W £ Confusion in False Yellow Alert in West SAN FRANCISCO W— Repercussions of the false yellow alert that, threw 11 Western states, into varying stages of preparation for an enemy air raid yesterday are still being felt. ; , At Olympia, Wash., the state assistant director ot Ciyil defense said the a 1 ert apparently? originated at .M c.Chord Air Force Base near Tacorna but Didn't reach defense., officials in tha state* at all.*v< >•«• ^ ' f • ~"'< Adm. B. G. Lake, the official said he assumed the warning was not relayed because the observer at McChord had "acted wisely." in holding up the message for a recheck. The alert was relayed however,, to California civilian ob servers and it produced some'far- reaching and confused results. Hamilton Air Force Base, north of Salt Francisco, sent the warninp ;o the Alameda County Oakland sheriff's' office, Which immediate' ly broadcast: "Attention all points and all stations. Set condition yellow. This is not a test." The message was repeated many: times. Yellow alert means an attack is expected; a red alert means attack imminent. A San Francisco operator of the city's alert system heard the broadcast but went through the routine procedure of checking the authenticity of such a warning, 3y the time he had checked ij out, the all-clear had sounded. Several cities west of Oklahoma also broadcast the yellow alert. Jut in other cities in Utah, Oklu- wma, Arkansas, Missouri, Kanas, Texas and Louisiana only a white alert military emergency went to military units. Many radio "and television stations went off the air and some started "Conelrad" — a series Of civil defense broadcasts on selected chanels. In Nevada, no. alert was given because the entire staff of top officials in the state's civil defense program was at Las Vegas for yesterday's atom bomb test. Colorado failed entirely to get the warning. Several stations went off the. air Jn Los Angeles for about seven U. S. Report WASHINGTON Wl „. ernment today ufged that fell p vaccination programs ; tev,.hiU until it can report Sunday-*h«i er, in its view, present supplliri the Salk vacclnjejire safe, VTjr J Surgeon General-Leonard-i Scheele made ihi«* announcethj early today, several hours •ftfer six-man medical panel, complet a two-day study of the Wifc&Wj, which the serum 1* manufactured! and tested. ' * -^ Ky£ Scheele gave no hint of Whit t panel had reported. He indlcif though, that' other "inforrriat" also would be" considered H the Public Health SerVloe'jiv official opinion 'Sunday. ,'»K*VJM Only yesterday,Scheele had<i ommended vaccftnatton,'pfogi be continued. He said then X i... vaccine already > cleared , by »>t Health Service for public ,UM safe. ",.,"' '' "vSvt^ The medical .panel, rnet^l National Institutes of Health./L esda, Md., .after & number of »t«l reported post-inoculation" f ' 4Wil cases. One ' member 'of the/ft _. was Dr. Jonas Salk of PittsbUTi Developer of the '.vaccine.' *-\?< The Health Service said 1 liij, statement that It would evalui the panel's recommendations^ i other information, tthen.T*l "' its finding. It added: ' >" "Pending", the Sunday, ,,ah ment, the, ^surgeon generaiiri mended 'that states, and muni , ities postpone -'their vaccinai programs." r y •" , v* ' - -"* Scheelp, haH J , day that the government ing up clearance- of -new "bi of the Vaccine ' l1 ' certain that] t, safeguard"! Was ntlng u He Hold 'ne** 1 of ne w ^vacc resumed minutes, in Sacramento, Calif. 1,000 people took refuge in the Capitol Building basement. In San Mateo, a San Francisco suburb of 55,000, schoolchildren went through an air raid drill <-but the gity's, sirens all failed, Here's what caused it all: The Continental Air Pefense Command in Colorado Springs and Air Force headquarters in Washington, D. C , sajd a Canadian ra. dar station sounded an alarm that some unidentified, planes were approaching over the Pacific. Actually the aircraft were some U.S Air Force B47s on a training flight, "but because of a communications delay within the air defense system, Western air, jte" fense units failed to receive the notification in time to avoid cal|, ng the alejt," said the Air [ensi? Command. The Canadian alert wa.s heard immediately, and officials a£ "- ?hovej sajd they ha,4 jnier^ep n the air within two rn{nu|$& The aiaim, which smarted D , BrodieTwm • &* •••. ti in Cnhcol ^ * • j>"*> * '' Condition -'Xto ,(UP) —-Bo Brodie, a 1 smiling who wasi separated f mese twin «* brother ^ making operation, was today with an uncontrollable orrhage in his brain. 3 ,,,>t The Illinois fawfl ^youngster, <; into a coma at 7 a. .nj; ~' terday morning, He.h covered . consciousness fandf at the University, of — fl ».* p.«*. w««fyv*jp*l,f, W Af]^ tion and Research hosp; condition 'was »*very-grave.'J:|^| Early today, more than 24 after Rodney Dee,went-,'-" -* coma, a hospital > spokesrna his condition -w«ir th? •fcjrhe* m no change for better or worse; The coma sJaj-jeA ' ( doctors began a oneianti-a-half exploratory operation to 1 ie«ji bleeding could ,J»e " * Dry, PUoiont Weather Likely ,. 1 ,fclf «. 4*1 ,.„, By The AMPclattd^Pres* ,-„ Dry 'and fairly pleasant* :'spr weather was reported In- rijor* the nation today, ( * «•; '•'"> Welcome rairi? feU "In,'sectioi the droughftfarfffiw. *f»ulp Texas, with an-' }nph repor some places. L}ght shQwejr'j kled sections, ojrfche >*-*•••&north Atlantic- 'jrtates night, v . „' ^i?l w ^? ?!«&> 9*?\ sas Temperatures and 70s ovep the of the came up vice ,'lop *i aervipefl W «

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