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V- ,> SI , { •&,l<* t ftii rf V. §. working I It* htoUsShoWs as maids de ,1 million in 1940. t i million in 1950. >ICIAL CLOSE OUT 2 GROUPS or StAT COVERS IMA TIRE & SUPPLY COMPANY fctPftiGCfcATION and AIR CONDITIONING ,. SERVICE APPLIANCE REPAIR r 810 6. 3rd 7-2809 H it LMk Hlfthwiy 17 WMt j LUCK'S USID FURNITURE CO. * <Mi« of City Limit. Weit H Otlion Water tarred for tala 7-4381 Hop*, Ark. I? DO YOU NEED LUMBER? Dimension, Siding, 843, flooring, *;, WM2" Rough boxing. '< -C I. WADDLE LBR. CO. -:' Highway 4 East i : -' Phonet 7-3250 or 7-4974 CftOWN WESTERN SHARES ;"; af Diversified Income funt '•, frMpeotus available from ; <--' M.S. BATES i AQENT Ark. Phone M4M ?BEE-T-MITE <"' \ ' ;' Termite Control Service '- Free Inspection , Owned & Operated by GUY GRIGG ; Service policy "ft, ; 109 South Main St. 7-3445 or 7-2772 CURRY'S IVrmite Control Co. BONDED INSURED » GUARANTEED sn i For Free Inspection ; call A. D. Middlebrooki Jr. I Phones 7 T 2822 or 7-3791 ll."'' '» it,-; o Experienced • Mechanics New & Used PARTS EXTRA SPECIAL! SAVE Gal. Regular Esso Extra Gal. 29.9 WYLIE Glass & Salvage Co. W«tt 3rd Stra* OPEN 7 DAY* A WEEK (•lope Star rj»«* •» Mo»» im/ »«, my C*M<MM«Ud January U, lf]» ,.. itor »1M*»9uHi Walnut Mi** H. WOThfcuro, Id tor t N. 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Irregular or skip- date ads will take the one-day rote. All dally classified advertising copy Will be accepted until 5 p. m. for publication the following day. The publishers reserve the right to revise or edit all advertisements offered for publication and to reject any objectionable advertising sub- Initials of one or more letters, groups or figures such as house or telephone numbers count as one word. The Hope Star will not be respon- ilble for errors In Want Ads unlesi errors are called to our attention after FIRST Insertion of od and then for ONLY the ONE incorrect insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 For Rent URiNISHED Apartment 3 rooms. Private bath, also bedroom with private bath. 1002 3rd., Phone 73184. 8-6t Political Announcement The Star is authorized tt> announce that the following are candidates for public office- subject to the action of the Democratic primary election*: for Mayer ft. L. RETTiO H. M, (OLIE) OLSOW TALBOT FEILD. JR. Real Estate for Sato BEAUTIFUL 2 bedroom home and garage. Newly painted, one block of Brookwood School. Small down payment, move in 710 East 6th. St. NEAR High School .at 509 Peach Street. Two bedroom and garage. Beautiful Yard. Buy owners equity, Move in. See this today. JIM COLE REAL ESTATE 7-6t Male Help Wanted UNTURINISHED 4 room house. Hardwood floors, garage. Phone 7-4126. 10-Ot STAFF MEMBERS WANTED Representing one of the fast- .est growing health protection I plans in existence. The Pyramid plan of Kansas. Hospital, Medical and surgical, income REMEMBERING—These new stamps were issued recently at Ghent, Belgium, in honor of an exhibition marking the 400th anniversary of the abdication of Charles V as emperor of Germany and king of Spain. Upper stamp, reproduced from a painting by Louis Gallait, shows Charles abdicating in 1555 at age 50. Lower stamp shows Charles as a baby lying In his crib. The son of Philip, archduke of Austria, is surrounded by his family and court followers. SMALL furnished housfi. 112 West 6th Street. Couple preferred. 10-3t THREE large furnished rooms. •Private bath, upstairs. 203 high Street. 10-tf For Sole SAND, Gravel, topsoll, fill dirt. Phone 7-4392. A. L. Park. May 15-1 Mo. insurance. No previous experience needed. We will train you. We supply you with leads. The policies are so liberal that they practically sell themselves. Our men are accustomed to making over $100 a week. There is no ceiling on what you can earn and you will be performing a worthwhile service to the people of this area. Contact L. C. HALL P. O. Box 657 EL DORADO, ARKANSAS 9-3t TWO BEDROOM home 1% block from Brookwood School at 819 f Ea,st 5th. Ca'll 7-5574. 28-tf TWO FRAME homes, with acre- .age, close-in, low down payment. SAMUELS REAL ESTATE Phone 7-3766. May 17-1 Mo. WORMS. Native wigglers and night crawlers. Phone 7-2520, 902 South Elm. 6-6t CABIN on Little River. Phone 73506. 8-6t FANCY Leaf, all color Caladium at: MONTS SEED STORE. 9-3t Wonted LOCAL Woman with pleasing personality for a part-time jot> of a nature. Applicant should have car for local use. Work would require about eight hours per week. Write Box A, Hope Star. • 9-3t The Negro Community By Helen Turner Phone 7-5830 Or bring Items to Miti Turner at Hicks Funeral Home COTTON El Dorado Monroe Hot Springs Greenville Pine Bluff Vicksburg STATES LEAGUE W L Pet. GB 26 16 .619 25 17 .595 22 20 .524 21 20 .512 20 22 .476 6 12 31 , 1 4 4>/ 2 OUTOr D00*3 wit* By WARREN PAGE Shooting Editor Seems that this past spring brought more than the usual flood of letters from embryonic Nimrods who want dope on sidearms to carry on hunting trips Perhaps we've bred a new crop of youngsters who figure to stand off a whole herd of charging Drown bears with their trusty six : guns. Now a revolver or automatic — n .22 long rifle — has its place on i hunting trip, to be sure. If you've got time to kill and the ame and country are such that a little .22 popping isn't going to uin the hunt for your companions, then it's a whale of a ot of fun to punqh holes in the jean cans you opened for lunch, f the season on grouse is open and you crave a change of diet, a half dozen head-shot grouse is wrangler in our party had down- great stuff for any handgunner. e( j but not killed a fair bull. To finish Wm, the ex-GI whipped But the large-caliber sidearm, he weapon that is designed as |out a P-38, a Walther-made. pis- a man-stopper, has as much use to i chambered for the potent 9 Highway Security Plan Saves Money LEPANTO, (/P) The Arkansas Highway Commission saved two million dollars in the past two years through its "job security" policy, Cecil Lynch, chairman of the commission, said yesterday. Lynch took part in ceremonies here dedicating a new 20-mile paved stretch of Highway 135. He said, increased efficiency brought about by offering job security to its workers saved the state 1 more than two million dollars in the past two years. Russians Not as Cleveras Credited By JAMES MARLOW Associated Press News Analyst Saturday, June It, 1955 Good Pishing Spots 1 f in Store This Week _ I LITTLE ROCK M — The state Game and Fish Commission reports fishing should be good in the following spots ov"er the week-\|) end: Baxter County — Lake Norfork, crappie. Boone —All streams, bass perch WASHINGTON — Every time the Russian sneeze, the world twitches. What are they up to. It must be dark, devious and diabolical. There were even some misgivings they might outwit Pres- isn't up riflp ool hen. And it really nough weapon to back ifle to do a job that the ias already failed to do. I'm not talking about deliber- te hunting with a handgun, a three metal-jacketed pills into With them. They're devious and clever. But in the average hunting trip as a [mm Lugar cartridge, a souvenir ]ident Eisenhower if he sat down et of Dresden dishes. In the first |ne 'd p j c ked up overseas. He fired >lace, banging off a toox of .44 jpecial reloads at tin cans makes umpus enough to drive all the ame over into the next state. Sfo such hand cannon is needed o decapitate a blue grouse or the 'bull's neck without significant they get too much credit for clev- result, and I finally ended butchery with one slug from rifle. And for that he'd toted thp erness. my .What they wanted more than catfish; ;Bull Shoals, crappie, catfish. Bradley — Ouachita River bream. Garland — Lake Hamilton, black bass; Lake Ouachita, bream. Jefferson— Atkins, Swan Lakes, bream. *. Little River — All lakes, breamrP Marion — Bull Shoals Lake, trot- ling fishing. Montgomery — Lake Ouachita,crappie. Perry — Lake Nimrod, Bream. Phillips — Mellwod Old River, crappie; Storm Creek Lake, bream bass. Stone — North Sylamore, Rocky Bayou Creeks, goggle eye. To City Subscribers: If you foil to get your Star please telephone 7-3431 by 6 p. m. .and a special carrier will deliver your paper. Hope Star WEATHER *Or1teA*1 ARKANSAS: Partly tldudy 1ft! slowly rising terhpetattirWj Wi«* ly scattered thubdefsiofitti ffl iiorhtwest portion tonight Experiment siattoft retort .fc* 24-hours ending at 8 a. itt. Monday* High 76, Low 65. 56T HYEAR: VOL. 56 — NO 206 Star of H»p« 1899, pust If2? Consolidated Jan. II, 1*19 HOPE, ARKANSAS, MONDAY, JUNE 13, 1955 M«mb*r: Wit AttttlriMl FrM* A AttfM tar*** *f Circulation* AT. N*f P«M Clrtl. f MM. (Mill* Mart* fl, 1MI four or five pounds of pistol, anything for years was to keep the Western Allies unarmed and holster, and cartridge belt up and separated and West Germany neu- |tralized. Thanks to Stalin, they failed in both. Sour, stubborn. Stalin yielded nothing. f Then he.got too tough and upset the apple cart by letting the Korean War begin. This not only shoved the west into alliance and hey are doing. I'm talking about 'up to his shoulder — °to discourage rearming but eventually into let- down a lot of mountains. In B. C. two years ago, a friend trailing up a wounded grizzly was jumped. It took two blasts from his .270 — the second shot port practiced only by serious fi re d from the hip because there hots who know exactly what!just wasn't time to get the riflp — p and to — the wild-eyed young- j the .bear. Trying to use a six .. ters (and youth in this res P ect gun as a stopper, he'd have been!P artnershi P- Germany rearm and join the i' , , is not a ma tter of chronological a candidate either for the hos-l For a y ear after Stalin's death Yesterday's Results Pine Bluff 8-3, Monroe 4-7 Hot Springs 7-7, Vicksburg 4-8 El Dorado 12, Greenville 9 Today's Games Hot Springs at El Dorado Monroe at Greenville Vicksburg at Pine Bluff 5>nric«t Offered MATTRESS renovation and inner•print work. Cobb Mattress Co. 118 South WHhlngton. Phone r-aaa. MU. 4-tt RALPH Montgomery Market, Cutton slaughtering. Phone 7-3301. 10-1 Mo. MOVING? Long Distance Moving. All Moving Rates are not the same. Call collect 592 Prescott Transfer and storage Inc. Prescott, Ark. Free Estimate. May 14-tf The Arkansas Association of Colored Women's Club held its Gol- 'den 'Anniversary meeting in Collins Temple Baptist Church and the Dunbar Community Center in Little Rock, Arkansas, June 5-7. The motto, "Lifting As We Climb," and the convention Theme: Half Century of Service. The mass meeting was held June 5 in the Dunbar Community Center with SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION W L Pet. GB Chattanooga 37 25 .597 Memphis 32 25 .561 2 1 / Birmingham 33 26 .559 2 1 / New Orleans 30 26 .536 4 Atlanta 33 29 .532 4 Nashville 29 29 .500 6 Mobile 25 32 .439 9' Little Rock 17'44 .279 19 Yesterday's Results Mobile 4-4, ILitffle Rock 0-2 Memphis 5-6, New Orleans 4-3 (2nd game suspended, end o: innings, curfew). Nashville at Chattanooga, rain Atlanta at Birmingham, rain. HOUSE moving, reasonable rates, Mack Hillery, Prescott, Phone 842-K11. May 23-lMo Funeral Directors OAKCREST Funeral Home. Insurance . . . Ambulance, 2nd & Halel.. . Phone 7-2123. 13-1 Mo. HERNDON-CORNELIUS Funeral Home and Burial Association. Prompt Ambulance Phop* 7-5570 or 7-5505. Service. 23-1 Mo. Help Wonted SOUTHERN Construction Jobs. O'ccd pay yr>/,j around. Working tonu.tions *or skilled craftman and helpers. United Employment Ji.'oimatlon. Service, Box 701, Augusta, Gi. 11-lt Mrs. Irene McCoy Gaines, National President of Women's Club as the guest speaker. The meeting was informational and inspirational and was well attended. Other guest speakers throughout the meeting were: Hon. Mayor Pratt Remmel, Governor Orval Faubus 1 ,, Judge R. A, Campbell and Attorney J. R. Booker, all spoke the voice of one, that is dedicating themselves to lift as they climb and not to stand in the way of the wheel of programs. Delegates attending the meeting from the Anna P. -Strong Club were: Mrs. E. M. Nelson, Mrs. F. B. Buchanan, Mrs. E. L. Hicks and Mrs. Neva Carmichael. From the Junior Girls Club were: Misses Shirley S. Robinson, Joaha Lowe, Ozaree Lowe and Lorene Stroughter ..From our new club, The Char- mettes was Mrs. G. N. Davis./This club was one among the seven that was federated at this meeting. Mrs. Davis, received the charter for her club of which she is president. State officers elected were: Mrs. P. D. James, Little Rock, . _ , . . Today's Games Atlanta at Birmingham (2) Nashville at Chattanooga (2) Mobile at Memphis New Orleans at Little Rock AMERICAN LEAGUE New York Chicago Cleveland Detroit Boston Washington Kansas City Baltimore W L Pet. GB 38 17 .691 29 19 30 22 29 24 25 30 22 29 20 33 17 36 .604 5% .477 .547 8 .455 13 .431 14 377 17 .321 20 6>/ 8 age but of experience and atti- pjtal or an undertaker. tudes) who crave to sag their belts with a sidearm as a "finisher." Shortly after the last war. in the elk country of the Pecos in New Mexico, the The handgun has a definite place in your hunting arsenal, as a plinking piece, -a small game getter. That's where it belongs, upper. so keep it there. horse I (Distributed by NEA Service) Death Has CHAPTER XVIII THE STORY: In an attempt to capture a murder suspect who had attempted to blackmail Private Detective Mike Shayne, a dummy package containing a small bomb was turned over to the suspect. As a result the suspect's car plunges into the bay Mike is nearby in a rowboat. When police arrive he helps search for the Submergedcar. Rourke guided her up the safety island to his car with its PRESS sign on the windshield. "You hop 'n and wait a few minutes. I'll iust make one 6heck to see if anyone knows anything, then drive >ou home." She remained Yesterday's Results Boston 5, Detroit 2 New York 3, Cleveland 2 Baltimore 3, Kansas City 0 Washington at Chicago (ppd rain) Today's Games New York at Cleveland Boston at Detroit Washington at Chicago Baltimore at Kansas City NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pet. GB Arkansas, president, Mrs. Georgia E. Morris, Camden, Arkansas, vice-president, Mrs. Margaret P. I Williams, El Dorado. Arkansas, se-'Philadelphia cretary, Mrs. E. M. Dunning, El |*. > .. L , OUIS . Brooklyn Chicago New York Milwaukee i Cincinnati .744 .593 9'/i Awnings Canvas Awnings and metal awnings. Manufacture Venetian blinds. Renovating old blinds. Bug Cleaning. COQPER-BLANKENSHIP Formerly Riley Cooper W15 Texas Ave. Phone 32-1811 Texarkana, Tex, May 14-1 Mo. Notice JESS Morris for custom slaughtering and processing meats at Community Ice Co, Phone t- 3244 or 7-3578, June 3-1 Mo. Busintss For Lease SlfpER SERVICE Station, 3rd «nd laurel. Reasonably priced. £ee S, U Murphy for details. 8-tf Iff Ml now for your , , , "ar AIR-CONPITIONIR H«wp Tlr« ft Appliflnet C Dorado, Arkansas, treasurer, and Mrs. E. L. Hicks, Hope, pianist, To the board of Arkansas Association of Colored Girls was Mrs. Neva Carmichael, Hope. The Junior Girls officers were; President, Miss Sue Washington, Pine Bluff, Arkansas, First vice-president, Miss frankie Norwood, El Dorado, Arkansas, 2nd vice-president, Miss Arletha Bohapnon... F.p.rrest, City, Arkansas, 3rd Vice-president, Miss Robert Whitfield, , North "Little Rock, Arkansa.Si " secretary, Miss Shirley jS,':. Robinson, Hope, Arkansas, corresponding secretary, Miss Donna Marie • Sniith, H«t Sp- jings, Arkansas, treasurer; • Miss June 'Weddjjif$n, Pine "Bluff Arkansas, chaplain, Mis§ pdrothy Marshall, Bririkley, Arkansas, pianist, Miss Sylvia Smith, Brinkley, Arkansas, Pittsburgh 41 12 32 22 28 26 .519 13'/ 26 26 -" ' 21 28 22 30 21 29 17 35 .327 23 }4 .429 18 .423 1SV. Yesterday's Results Brooklyn 7, Chicago 0 New York 2, St. Louis 1 Milwaukee at Pittsburgh rain) (only games scheduled) (ppd Today's Games Chicago at Brooklyn St. Louis at New York Cincinnati at Philadelphia Milwaukee at Pittsburgh :Ba5,epa,Jl scores; ._ 10, Baptist Brot. 9 •CBC. J9, : Hope Bev, 9 Miss Joana Lowe, Hope, Arkansas, parliamentarian, MiSs Dorothy Mitchell, Little Rock, Arkansas, program chairman, Miss Lorene Stroughter, Hppe, Arkansas. The next meeting will be held in the Northeast Region. Nelson-«,ill Post No. 427 meet Tuesday night, June 14, at the regular meeting place at 8 o'clock. i There will be a wiener roast at (JUt. ?ion CME Church Saturday night; June Jl, sponsored by the Stewardess board- WW fee i Wiener Ahlihphy Lbr. Co, 10, Foster Real- th^e -corner of Avenue D. and Ha- ?ej'St; Saturday night, June 11. sponsored by Mrs. Minnie Douglas. The Altar Gift Club of Bec'Bre Memorial CME Church will have ihtir annual tea at the home of Mrs. Effic G. George Sunday, Junes 12, fiom 3:30 to 6 p. m. Mrs. Lurlean PhiJJips and daughter Linda have returned home after spending a week visiting their husband and father, Dossis Phillips in Minden, Louisiana. with her head jack against the cushions when Rourke returned and started his motor. He pulled out slowly past a joliceman, gained the right-hand ane toward Miami and told her uefully, "I was about five min- good. I was hurrying back from ause I had a feeling it wouldn't '0 much longer, and suddenly saw ars piling up in front of me and knew it had happened. Did you se the beach on my last roundtrip be him, Lucy? Get any dope at all? "Hardly. Not to recognize him again. He was big, and I had the impression middle-aged. It was a gray sedan, Tim. He did it exactij the way he said he would. Wha . . . was in the package, Tim?" "A gas bomb • with a sligh charge of explosive," he told hei moodily. "We had to figure it ou fast, and Mike got Will Gentry's top explosives man to put it togeth er for him. The explosion wasn't mean to be much, but the gas should have knocked him unconscious before he could stop the car and get out. It figured good,' he went on angrily. "Maybe it didn't go off soon enough. I pulled the knob and threw it in." She shuddered at the recollection, "He accelerated so fast, He must have been going 40 when it happened. Even then, it might have worked the way Michael planned if the guard fence ladn't happened to be down right at that point." 'It was set for 10 se'conds after you pulledthe pin," the reporter explained. "Mike wanted to give you time to get out of the way, >ut he couldn't risk giving him ime to pick it up and examine I." He shrugged wearily. "Nov^ he's going to have a time explain'-. y 9. Big League Nashville 10, Rotary Club 9 Little League Standings; Dynaflows CBC Owens Baptist Brot. Lions Hope Beverage The /United States has W Lj' 3 0' 3 1 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 3 third nore married women between nd 44 years old than in 1933. 15 ing to the police what he was doing out in a rowboat right where the accident happened. The cop who fixed the bomb for him was plenty curious, though -he didn't ask many questions at the time. But if he ever adds things up and gets Ithe right answer.;" He shrugged again as he left the end of the Causeway and turned toward Lucy's address. Rourke followed her to the foyer where she unlocked an inner door and preceded him up one flight of stairs. Rourke went to the telephone and dialed a number. He asked for the City Desk when he got an answer, then,asked casually, "Got anything yet on a car that went over the County Causeway into the drink about half, an hour ago? This s Tim Rourke." He listened, nodding his head without much interest until he erked to attention suddenly. "Are you sure about that?" He listened again, then said ensley. "This may be an impor- ant story, Ed. Put every man r ou can roust out into checking that story and trying to get hold of the fellow. I'm at this telephon number." He read Lucy's numbe out loud. "Call me here the mo ment you get a single thing on it.' He! hung up slowly, turned ti Lucy with an odd expression on his face. "They've got a tip tha the driver of the car didn't g< over in it at all. That he wa thrown clear in the roadway ani the first motorist at the scerii picked him up unconscious ant rushed him off to a hospital.' Shayne drove to Lucy's place first, was encouraged to see ligh in her front windows and Rourke'i car parked in front. He climbec the stairs and she met him in the hallway 'outside her lighted door. He caught her slender body to tiim in a hard embrace, kissed her lips and muttered huskily, "No body's fault, Angel." He released her and stepped in side to see Timothy Rourke lollin sack with a highball glass in his land. He stopped in the center oi :he floor and announced flatly to joth of them: "I stayed until they got the se. ian out. No body, in it. He must ' , laveildrjjfted out 'an open .window '' 1 .-' > •• ;'^^s^.;r.i^y;^^y!lv There's driver Hrpwj};pu| before ' taken I'm y*»« , * fif:'j y <? I T' V ' : 1 • ', r* ' * \o have* t^e story 1 vertified rid' 'the man. jJfi'Qated before the ^pps'- reach :$>?>•"•: '.'••'•} ••'• About,24 million U. S. households use natural gas. South America's LnUo Titlcnca «o is felt fld large #? J*akQ More than 67 per cent of the re- idents of the United States wear spectacles, compared to 59 per cent in England. The U. S. Marine Corps was first authorized by an act of the Continental Congress passed Nov. 10, J7,- Michael Shayne stood stock-still ooking from one to the other while is weary brain tried to assimilate his information, to see how it hanged the present picture, to de- ermine whether it was good or bad, whether it should chage his decision to go at once to Gentry with the whole story. "He'll know that we tried to trick him capture him with a gas bomb. And there's still the woman waiting to 'tell her story." He glanced at his watch. "In exactly 52 minutes, the way he warned me he 'had it set up, the police will start nsUlna her questions, his heirs, as if they could think of nothing better, followed his tactics out the window: threats and dire warnings if Germany was permitted to rearm. Perhaps they thought this technique still had a chance, for until late in 1954 the Allies were squabbling among themselves on letting the Germans have guns again. The Kremin team must have seen the jig was up Dec. 30 when the French Chamber of Deputies voted for German independence and rearmament. Not long afterwards things began to change. On March 8 Stalin's successor, Premier Georgi Malenkov, was bounced. This was widely interpreted in the guessing West as meaning (A) a tougher Kremlin policy and, or, (B) that there was now a fierce struggle for power in the Kremlin. Perhaps the following was closer to the truth for, as events showed. the Kremlin policy got softer instead of tougher and nobody has lost his head there yet: 1. They were losing with Stalin's tactics. By a shift, to a show :riendliness and cooperation, they •night still weaken the Western Aliance and even keep Germany from rearming since it hadn't started to rearm yet 2 If they kept on the way they .were going, with the West buiid- mg up its strength, they might ead into a war wic would leave tem pulverized 3 A cange in tactic s needed a cange in people Malenkov sould not be in te showcase if they were go.ing to display a new face or good fellowship and sweet reasonableness Malenkov, like Stalin, looks sour and immovable Judging from his pictures, he's an introvert Good -Time-Charleys are extroverts The Kremlin shoved forward two men who at least act like Good- Time Charleys: Premier Nikolai Bulganin with a velvety beard which makes him look more like a symphony orchestra conductor than a revolutionist; and Nikita Khruschev, credited with being the real boss, who performed le a butter-and-egg salesman on To Aid Negroes to Democratic Group LITTLE ROCK iVP)— Democrats will meet here Thursday to talk about adding three more Negroes to the state Democratic Committee. Fred 'Pickens, of Newport, chairman of a special subcommittee to recommend Negro members, set the date for the meeting. Three Negroes were added las<(ii fall, th first of their race to be named to the committee. Three more are to be named, completing a plan to name one Negro from each congressional district. The state committee adopted recommendations for the subcommittee for membership for P. W. Black Jr. of Blackville, 2nd Congressional District; the Rev. A. J. Pearson of Fort Smith, 3rd, and W. C. Mackey of Texarkana, 4th. The remaining districts—1st, 5t^ and 6th—have the state's largest Negro population. NEEDS A LITTLE TINKERING — Charles Pritchnrd, assistant railroad gang foreman, makes one of eight unsuccessful attempts to get his unconventional plane into the air at Emporia, Va. The ship features short, stubby fins instead of wings, and Prltchard, who has no formal training in aerodynamics, says he'll make 'repairs" and try again. — NEA Telephoto Violent Death Toll in State Is 17 Cella Defends His Syndicate's Control at Spa By The Associated Press Arkansas' violent death toll for the seven-days ending at Sunday midnight rose to 17 with a traffic fatality near El Dorado. Horace Evans Jr., 20-year-old El Dorado Negro, was killed in a two- car collision just south of El Dorado Sunday night. He was in a , car driven by 29-year-old James f Tr °^ r °"I Wire Services Bridges of Junction City. State! , LI TTLE ROCK - John Cella of Trooper Harold Bell said the col-f 1 ' L ° TU1S ; President of the Oak- lision occurred after Bridges' con-'} aw " Joekfl y clllb - charged today vertible hit the side of a bridge.'^at a competing syndicate for Bridges suffered head injuries. |' he . racetrack franchise in Hot A Little Rock man, Doyle Ed .Springs dons not represent the best Gullick, 32, was killed Saturday Interests of the city, when the car in which he was a Cella was the first witness to 'passenger and a train collided at testify in thp jockey's club's suit 33 Girls Seek Beauty Title Petition for />•* *• r«i i citation Filed Against Judge Two heavy equipment operators, Driving Contest Representative JONESBORO OT—The 1955 Arkansas Maid will be picked tonight from among 33 contestants. The beauty queen will represent Arkansas in the Miss Universe) Pageant at Hollywood later thJBi year. The Arkansas candidates were in a parade this morning. The finals start at 8:15 p. m. in the Arkansas State College stadium. The 1954 Maid, Waydine Nasbitt of Magnolia, is here for the festivities. She flew in from Hollywood, where she is under a movie con.? tract as Deena Wayne. LITTLE ROCK Wl— Randy Taylor of West Memphis will represent Arkansas in a national driving skill test. Taylor got the assignment by winning the Arkansas Teenage Road-e-o here Saturday over other contestants. Edward Wimberley of Blytheville l':J. O. Luck and Tom Duckett, have Placed second and Jerry Wood of ?filed a petition in Hempstead Chan- pine Blu£r th ird. ''eery Court charging lhat County Th e sportsmanship award went Judge U. G. Garrett has not com- to Ann Vassie of Camden, one of p*fred with a recent court ruling in] lwo S irls in the contest, regard to use of county equipment and asked that the Judge be cited for contempt of court. The petition which is self-explanatory follows: Petition For Citation Now on this day come J. 0. Luck and Tom Duckett, as taxpayers of Hempstead County, Arkansas, and plaintiffs in the above styled cause, and respectfully represents to thei Russia Accepts Geneva Meet on July 18 MOSCOW (UP) — The Soviet 32 Union today accepted the Western powers' proposal to hold a . Big a crossing in Comvay. Charles Huckaby, 51-year-old to enjoin the state Racing Commission from opening three bids farmer of the Denning community for the franchise. Thp club has near Ozark, burned to death Sat- submitted onp of the bids, another urday when his tractor exploded,was offered by a Hot Springs syn- in a field. Three Wrecks Investigated in This Area Arkansas Woman m Medical Officer ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. UP) — Mrs. Mason G. Lawson of Little Rock, Ark., yesterday was installed president of the women's auxiliary to the American Medical Association. 8 HAIL TO DAVY NEW ORLEANS, (UP) "There's a bright future for trappers," Chief Ted O'Neil of trf^ Louisiana Wildlife commission said today and they owe it all to Davy Crockett. ' "That on or about the 22nd day of December, 1954, this court rendered a decree and restraining order : on the above styled cause, a copy : of said decree and restraining or: der hereto annexed, Marked "Ex- ;hibit A" and made a part hereof, which decree and restraining order among other things provided; "that the defendant U. G. Garrett, as County Judge of Hempstead County, Arkansas be, and he is hereby regained and enjoined from making contract in the name of the county with an individual, partnership, corporation, municipality or other political entity, by the terms of which the county engages in business for profit, and further using •Officers in this area reported three weekend accidents which resulted in considerable damage. Four "summit" conference at Geneva starting July 18. The Soviets accepted both the time and place suggested by the United States, Britain and France.! Various officials from this area The West previously -had su«- have decided on a plan which, if Plan Formed to Help Livestock Show Pay Debis dicatc, and a third by a Kansas City group. The Jockey Club argued that 10-year franchise granted it last jMay is valid and should remain in effect. The state attorney general's office held that the May franchise to be void on the in Argentina Is Rai 430 Worshipers Peron Backers granted prema- frequent objec- grounds it^was turely. Cella, despite tions from assistant Attorney General Kay Matthews, recounted more than $350,000 worth of improvements made to the track by the Oaklawn Club. I-Je said he had been approached gested Lausane Switzerland. The given full cooperation wi enable V, , • e naa Deen a PP roacncd Soviets had suggested Vienna. The fne Third Distrll[iJvestoek^ Show o by l °™\ '" erGStS " time a " d time West counter- suggested Geneva.'^ bff indebtedness on Its buHd • 8gai ",",-r° "fSHf" 16 , a £al1 mcct and a starting date of Julv 18. ?„„« = lnaeDtean ess on its build- ln addition to the 31-day spring and a starting date of July 18. Today the Soviets agreed. Soviet acceptance of the West- ing of City of Hope, Hempstead SicaTe" for'Tenew franchise cm proposal was disclosed m County,, Hope Chamber of Com. "Those Interest? dc? not the | meet. Such a proposal is planned the competing Hot Springs syn- senger from the Soviet foreign; ministry to the embassies of the United States, Britain and France. Western diplomatic circles ex- surprise District Livestock Show. | they want a fall meet for personal property, able Soviet answer. Foreign Mm-'hjuti. lister V M. Molotov had tadlcaHSii^^— — _ > «H in T3.ji-,t? Ifiof \unalr nt-iH fV\f»tl .. _ .. It's a simple solution which calls reasons," Cella testified in Chan- for no donations but gives full value, eery Court. In the past from 25 to 30 merchants The wealthy St. Louis track owner s_aid his company had op- two meets a year at Hoi i have purchased booths in the ex- wares. The ; county equipment in carrying ,out man Guy Downing charped Miller such contrac Friday, north of Blevins on High-'ed in Paris last week end way 24, an auto driven by Brooks Russia had no objections to the Campbell of Dallas, Texas ran off time and place suggested by the the road, overturned twice and was West. practically demolished. Camp-bell Molotov stopped off in Paris en- was charged with driving while in- route to the United States where toxicated by Officers Guy Downing he will attend the June 20th obser- |"" U jp^ f ' r*t *.u_ cii_i_ T-*I' , —. —f ii TT— !i i HT_ i.; * •* r»ii_ *»ls OE'U t« Deputy Saturday a truck driven by Robert E. Zollars, c l eare d the way for final, fo of Fort Wayne, Ind. and an auto"P re P ara ti° ns f° r the "summit" driven <by Leon Miller of Route ference. and fi " *e Springs as not being to "the best hall, over 100 booths, i interests of all concerned. This would let the District make a sizeable payment on its debt. All money from booths will be Just what connection requests for a second race meeting had with whether Oaklawn has a legal franchise ;. r ent. However, some Hot Springs General Motors Gives in to UAW Demands DETROIT UP) — General Moors Corp signed guaranteed wage ! contracts with two CIO unions today, pushing to 550,500 the number 01 workers assured of pay checks during 26 weeks of layoffs. The company reached agreement en the guaranteed wage contract with the CIO United Auto Work, ers shortly after (4 a. m. EDT), and concluded a similar pact with the CIO Electrical Workers union several hours later. The two pacts add 410,000 GM employes to the 140,500 Ford employes who were granted the guaranteed wage a week ago. The UAW contract with GM covers 375,000 employes and the electrical workers contract covers another 35,000. Both of the new contracts were scheduled to run for three years: The UAW settlement came four hours after the first workers walked off their jobs in GM plants when the strike deadline passed at midnight, EDT, without settlement. GM said workers in 28 plants em ploying 103,600 workers were hit by strikes before the settlement was announced. Some of the workers remained off the job even after the settlement in protest of disputes over local issues. More than 5,000 employes of in- .con- single week. Those who had booths approached about possibility ot in the past are well satisfied with re ni 6ht dog racing at the Oakiawn and take their booths every tr£ >ck. He said he refused these ton. The. auto was a total loss. De- 5 p. m. 2 p. m. EDT) to make puty Jack Brown and State Patrol- tne official detailed announcemen' such contracts by the terms' of j with driving while~intoxicated~. which the county engages in business for profit;" said decree among other things provided: "In other words, in a proper the County Court has the authority to lease a bull dozer, a blacktop machine, a pile driver, a truck or a fleet of trucks when the The popularity of Davy Crockett I) leasing is a sound exercise of the copnskin caps has boosted the price of raccoon pelts from 50 cents to $3.50, O'Ncil said. try for a neutralized Germany. Russian tactics have appeared more reasonable in the past four months than Stalin's in the eight years between the end of the wift and his death in 1953. spree' when he visited Yugoslavia. In time Red China got in the act/ It had good reason WANTED TO BUY • USED GUNS • GAS HEATERS REAVES BARGAIN HOUSE and PAWN SHOP on to want the West to relax. The new Kremlin tactics evolved fairly fast: They agreed to Austrian independence, with Austria neutralized. They agreed to a Big Four conference. They visited Yugoslavia with grins instead of threats. The Red Chinese suggested talks with the United States and let the shoting around Formosa die down. Now the Russians have invited Jermany's Chancellor Julius Raab there earlier in the year and no doubt with the same purpose: to I County Court's discretion. In the leasing of personal property the sound exercise of discretion would require that the county court safc- , guard the property leased by re» quiring that it be used only for a ,. legal purpose, be properly main* ^ned, be operated by competent operators, etc. It would probably extend to providing that the scale of pay for operators conform to ,the I existing pay scale in the geographi- ' cal area. All of these sai'efiuards I mentioned, being a part, but by no means all of the things which the County Court could and would consider in determining the control and management of property for the use of the'county and in det- eunining what is best and neces- slry to the internal improvement and local concern of the county. But this authority to lease equip- Continued on Page Four of the Soviet renly Details of the committee were not Jud S e u ^ overtures also. Frank Douglas is chairman of the' Tne GM's Tei-nstedt 'division plant at Trenton, N. J. walked off.the job after -local grievance negotiations . ^ . M _ AI , 6 collapsed. A union spokesman said Cella said also that he had been the strike woul d continue despite the nationwide settlement. CIO President Walter Reuther said immediate steps would be taken to restore operations in all General Motors plants to normal. <* is , . which also includes Chancellor Guy E. Williams to en- Garrett and John L. 'J° ln the state Racing Commission In Hope Saturday an auto driven driven by Judy Kay Wright collided ment at Pine and West Division Streets with heavy property damage resulting. City Officers investigating said Mrs. Stroud failed to yield the right- of-way and Miss Wright did not have a drivers license. Bill Adams Joins KXAR Staff; Wynn Takes Texas Post The addition of Bill Adams to the staff of KXAR was announced today by L. B. Tooley, General Manager of the station. Adams is a native of Texarkana, served an enlistment period with the U. S. Air Force, later attending Texarkana Junior College. For the past two years Adams was employed as a Methodists Change Three Dist. Leaders ARKADELPHIA, Wl— Three new district superintendents for the Little Rock Conference of the Methodist Church were named here yesterday. The superintendents' appointments were included among pastoral assignments announced by annual meeting. The RPV. Kenneth L. Spore, who his been stationed at pine Bluff in Texarkana. j Ucello District Simultaneous with the announce-1 He will be replaced at Pine three years. Expert Repair Service—All Types Home and Industrial Wiring Installation—Fixtures & Outlets 24-Hour Service—Call any time. ALLEN ELECTRIC CO. 114 S. Elm Phone 7-2629 pected to be present. - LEO'S GARAGE - Sub-Dealer for FORD TRACTOR & PARTS "Our repair »hop 1*9 09 near as your telephone" For All.,, t CARS t TRUCKS t TRACTORS t EQUIPMENT j,H*.fc'. l !!l i . e ,!4 "- Ownw gn * Operator 413$. WALNUT PHONE 7-4314 I Henry Seamans Will Manage *Mope Theaters Henry Seamans, native of Searcy and a theater manager at Fayetteville for the last six years, has been named manage^ of Hope's three theaters, the Saenger, Drive-in, and Rialto, it was announced today by Jack .D. Braunagel, assistant to President M. S. McCord of United /""'leatres, North Little Rock. ^ Mr. Braunagel was in Hope this v^ek-end arranging the change in managers caused by the resignation of Eldon Coffman, veteran McCord employe, to take an insurance position at Monroe, La. 'Mr. Seamans will assume the local management Monday, Juno Well, if you are really a ccme 20, coming here from a temporary tery connoisseur, there are a cou- assignment managing the Zebra pie of interesting ones there by theater in Pine Bluff. I this century- old former i Army He will be joined in Hope by Mrs. post where "Blackjack" Pcrshing, Seamans and their two children. later a famous general, earned his nick-name playing cards. Some people like hospitals. Some like night clubs. Some like cemeteries. I'm a cemetery man myself, and Tonight at 7:30 o'clock at Hotel I suppose most people are. Night ment of Adams employment, Tooley Bluff's First Methodist Church by announced the resignation of Car- the Rev. William O Byrd of Ark- roll Wynn who has accepted a pos-adelphia. The Rev. Cecil Culver, ition with Radio Station KTAN in'retiring Monticello superintendent, Sherman, Texas. Wynn has served will go to the First Church at Elas program director and staff an-. Dorado, nouncer at KXAR for the past' The Rev. T. T. McNeal, superintendent of the Arkansas Methodist Children's for four Home years, at Little Rock was named DeMolay ro Meet Tonight at 7:30 Bridewell Chapter of the DeMolay will hold its regular meeting to- _._ night at 7:30. All members are ex- Dorado becomes superintendent of superintendent of the Arkadelphia District. He will succeed the Rev. J. M. Hamilton, who goes to Arkadelphia. The Rev. W. Neill Hart of El Wilson, Mayor of Hope. Out-of- town booths will be handled by Livestock Show board members. ^ competing with This is an excellent way to continue the show and at the same time pay off debts without calling for outright donations from various organizations. Oaklawn. Besides differences over the suggested fall meeting, Oaklawn opposed certain Hot Springs interests which proposed to change the 1955 season from five six-day weeks to six five-day weeks. Cella has declared that no one else will be allowed to operate the Oaklawn plant, which his company owns. That would mean any group which might succeed in getting racing away from Cella would have to build its own facilities. Court Rules German Doctor Can Practice LITTLE ROCK —The Arkansas Supreme Court today upheld right of a German-born physician who has repeatedly been refused membership in the Garland County Medical Society to practice at Ouachita General Hospital. Hot Springs. The court said in ruling for Dr. Alex Benedikt of Hot Springs, a graduate of the University of Heidelberg School of Medirine, lhat a . . .. , . , :.«..« ~,. a ,,,, c ,., ^uuiv amiiiicu. regulation requiring medical socie-| mve , sugat . ors . went ahead with the| Dick Fikes vs. Corteal Lee, Pu * ' anctlon be£ °'' e a Phy*lelan!^owork for new probes of lagkl chancery Court afflrmed . LITTLE ROCK — Trial of a lawsuit which may determine who Continued on Page Two Lawman Asks That Grafters Be Prosecuted Postal Clerks to Talk With AFL HOT SPRINGS, — Arkansas- postal clerks arc investigating the possibility of becoming affiliated with the Arkansas State Federation of Labor. Delegates to the annual convention of the Arkansas Chapter, National Feucration^ of Postal Clerks ordered their ' Board of Directors to look into the matter of affiliation with the union group and report at the 1056 convention in Fort Smith. . This year's convention ended here Saturday with election of officers. W. V. Welch of Little Rock is the new president. Adenauer Says Germany to Stay by West WASHINGTON — West Ger german Chancellor Konrad Adenauer assured the United States today his country will maintain 6 "close and loyal partnership' with the Western Allies despite the wooing of Moscow. "My countrymen are convinced," Adenauer said on his arrival for talks with President Eisenhower, that a close and loyal partner ship with the peoples of the free world on the basis of the treaties which- have recently come into force is the best means of maintaining peace and freedom. "They also consider. it the 'besl mans;.of obtainjns; the.peaceful reunification • of ''• Germany in free dom." Adenauer did not directly rc,fer tc the pending Russian invitation for him to visit Moscow. But his reference to reunifying his country in "freedom" was an indication 10 would reject any suggestion It was the second Monday morn-,™*^* or ^ the _ West German ing in a row members of the autol"" workers union had gone on strike against a major automobile company when a strike deadline passed without a settlement. Ford workers struck at Sunday midnight a week ago, 12 hours before Reuther won his first contract containing the unprecedented guaranteed wage. He won the same provisions for General Motors workers in .guaranteed layoff pay, wage boosts, higher pensions, bigger health benefits, and other factors as he did in the Ford contract. Under the guaranteed wage plan, workers will receive 60 to 65 per cent of their normal take-home pay for as long as 26 weeks in, the event of layoff. Rulings in the Supreme Court LITTLE ROCK >)— The Arkansas Supreme Court today announced the following decisions: Darrell Ware and others vs. Alex Benedikt, appealed from Gar- could treat patients at the public l " hospital was "unreasonable and invalid. The -Ark) called for [prosecution of "the nest of graft" today _as| Alrna McCord vs. Mildred Robinson, Clay Chancery Court revers- Supreme Court decision 1 ? 1 ' 8 " , he said already has been affirmed Garland Chancellor Sam| fo "" d ' _ W. Garratt, who had enjoined the I Ine Senate investigations sub- hospital board and administrator commlt tee which McClellan heads from enforcing the rule. The court noted that Dr. Benedikt, who practices in Arkansas under a with completed four weeks of public hearings Saturday into military procurement activities centered Lev, a Chicago hat- ! . around Continued on Page Two Nothing Gives You a Better Prospective on Importance of Life Than Visit to Cemetery By HAL BOYLE FORT STANTON, N. M. W) What's new in cemeteries? admission fee while the living can enter and leave free, The elder cemeteries of the cast ern section are usually to Entertain Their Ladies Tonight Barlow the Hope Lions Club will clubs cost hold its annual ladies night dinner make you too much. Hospitals nervous. But nothing along with installation of new of- gives you a better prospective on ficers. Principal speaker for the the importance of life than a visit occasion will be Ed Barry, Little to a cemetery. No other place is Rpck, third vice-president of Lions as restful. Only in a cemetery do Jjjtwnaltonal. Ithe dead generally have to pay an reciprocity agreement aro . un arr y ov . a Chicago Texas, was recag-' maker who obtained lucrative nized by the Department of Inte-j erTnment contracts. gov rior, which supervises the Hot' JjCV swore he had "definitely Springs bathhouses. ,never" bribed anyone with as However, he has been refused mucn as " on e broken cent," al- admission to the Garland County, though hearsa y testimony had ac- Mcdical Society a dozen times in' cuscd hlm of P a ying $50,000 to Air 15 years without explanation, the' F °^ cc Capt - Raymond Wool. He court said. I told of giving some gifts, but no Ouachita, which is the Garland nloncv . to other procurement pev- County hospital, originally required that any physician treating patients at the institution be a member of the Garland County Medical Society. While Dr. Bcncdikt's suit sonncl. A business competitor, Leon M. ed Universal C. I. T. Corp. vs George O. Avery, Union Chancery Court, afl'irmed. Mrs. Audrey Tiebsch, vs Athletic Mining and Smelting Co., Sebastian Circuit Court, reversed. would consider unifying it under the conditions of the Com- -munists. Adenauer's plane landed at National airport at 8:55 a.m. Adenauer was greeted on his arrival by Undersecretary of State Herbert Hoover Jr., and a group of high American officials as well as Ambassador Heinz Krekeler, German envoy to Washington, and Ambassador Herbert Blankenhorn, Germany's NATO representative. Adenauer will 'meet with Eisenhower tomorrow. Later in the week, the German chancellor is to receive an honorary degree from Harvard University. In his statement, Adenauer said: "I should like here to express my gratitude to the government and to the people of the United Slates who, under the leadership of their President, have done so much to improve substantially the position of the Western World. "I regard the honor which Harvard University will show me not as a personal honor, but primarily as a token of esteem for and faith in my country. "I look forward with much pleasure to meeting President Eisenhower and Secretary of State Dullus again. I am certain that I our conversations will prove fruitful." Determined to Break Church By SAM SUMMERLIN .BUENOS AIRES MB —Federal'll police raided the .'Episcopal Palace*^ of Argentina's Roman 'Catholic '?. primate early today and' arre»tcd.J 430 men who .had ; taken, reIUJt«| there after rioting between CatHgj olics and backers of Preiidcnt| Juan D. Peron in the street out$ side. Worshipers were caught InnldS 1 the adjacent Metropolitan OathC'S dral were they fled after lighting^ late yesterday in the Plaza "iVdi'J! Mayo. Police and firemen finally f; restored order with tear gas chemical foam, but many J i afraid to leave. They moved'Jntoy; the Episcopal Palace through, ,ili;|' connecting doorway and barrlca~d-'i ed thp doors with benches, deikjf and Chairs. ,* * " ;'£* .The primate. Santiago "Lui« 4 dinal Copello, 75, was absent. v tt«' was reported ill and ^staying ^at-i sur!burban,',San Isldro .'.home'.*'B many priests were on hand the police appeared. •' With the Officers ^asJL Jud'ce Carlos A. Gentile.' " * r *. Judge Gentile ordered -all.^ll women released, He set nip rfii'i. ^ pro vised office withiQ'.the palaiie to take the names and Wentl" tion of the prisoners. The'men boys were packed into barred ft lice wagons and' carted t offf * central, police headquarters .'.The priests «»•£•*.'<•£"•«<« remain. A police communique lai r arrested were suspected of-i ing rumors the cathedral had, burned. The police said the": ors were intended to produce turbance. They said .they i pistols in a car parked near palace, but did not identify that owner. The announcement that 430 under arrest came from the" »emi-?| official newspaper Democracia.1 As the government ' cracjfei Continued on Page Two?,"f Medium Tank Cutback Is Considered By ELTON C. WASHINGTON FAY The Wood Judge McArlhur vs. R. A. Campbell, County PUBLIC AND OTHERS WASHINGTON CUP) — A sign on a highway to be ; used in the civil defense test evacuation of Washington bears this notice: Chancery Court, affirmed.' Puluski ' "On June 15 this highway will 'be used by the public and others." AH Around the Town •y Th» ««r Bob Hester of McNab apparently listed in this column. . .these B6d- is in the dog business in a big way caw youngsters are talented, . . . . . . . according to Sam Andrews, now Mike Allen, Jimmy Baker, Railway Express Agent here, the Ray Williams and Mack and Jack Levy, of New York, had told of 'company was b 'on is considering a new cutback in the productive rate for M! medium tanks, the Army's \$fa, model. ' , i , However, officials* fa,mil}ar ,he study said today, y the " n .ion would not be a major cut the monthly output. There , speculation it might be sonjet "ess than 20 per cent. <t /J ' A reduction in deliveries o'f V148, now coming- primarily 'ft the Chrysler-operated tanji <( q nal at Newark. Pel.',, Is, coiijf plated simply because the-^SM; of tanks is pea'rly fftngje/, for . regular Army, the National Gu and overseas shipment t9 lor governments, Defense officials say tanks quate for the equipment ot regular Army units havp been „ duced^-a point with which, SO : Army officials fake prjy|i|S sjSSU«Sl Similarly, the requirements of "• National Guard arc being • from the promotion of $h,e, $£; M48 Patton , and what older desigi) M47> Both the e^act- numbers rf produced and thej ratp of » production are secret, but ove/.all numbly . of K tanks «-Q ,typ;pk— light, m«djum~ »nd heavies—runs." above, JO.QQO. , present monthly production. Ij derstood to exceed 100. The abundanc^, of armpifr from the fact that ta«fc the Korean War were lively, with the yas| the ave free »-»** *****,•+,*j, - t —•< ^ *•*-•• o*.*»..> •cmeterie's of the cast- While Dr. Bcncdikt's suit was th " u £ h ,, a business associate, of the United States Pending the hospital board, on ad-1 McClellan, referring to this and well cared for Butl vice of the attorney general that| oth f testimony, said. "If we find! n«Bnm.?miv trimmed.the regulation was unconstitution- such conditions in one place, it is they are also often primly trimmed and patterned and have a caught- as-it-is-forever look, as a flower imprisoned delivering a dgg Butler were scheduled to go to nVo"duction that came $50,000 and said "he himself from North Carolina to Hester. ... Texarkana today where they wUl|p ha ^ oi the'war r' had paid out some money for gifts the d °8 haci a JitUe s to P over at appear on Cowboy John's program £ n i y replacement of' through a business associate ' Little Rock where she gave birth | at_3:45 p. m. over KCMC-TV. hut the ability 10 njpSi mpred forces' prevloijSjjH with World. War ;|r ' " The two in glass does, cemeteries here are somewhat careless and unkempt. al, changed the rule to require only approval by the medical society. Today's decision said that this McClellan, referring to this and to no less than 16 puppies. . . . the | Some of the boys who made the • ' , mother and puppies are now at trek last week tp the hills around the local Railway Express office Polk County were laughing about 'invVstigata awaiting their new owner who _ the "army surplus catfish", strai- our clear duty to „„.. wnether any other agency of the's hou W be one surprised gent. military is contaminated.' Staff investigators already are Drivers were warned last week modification didn't change the sit- working on other areas of procure-! that police are going to crack down |!!uaton and commented that it was!ment, McClellan said. on speeders and other traffic viola.- ght from Norway, which they were served .at a fi.s.h fry. Among those receiving degrees from the Arkansas Mediqal SchppJ Jtead o7 trim and tfriv The-v have! unlikely the society would approve! McClellan called for swift action 1 tions. ... no less than seven per- was David -Barton Newpern. Hope, a frontier down tnL-thi Lores- a Physician, to whom it had a by the Justice Department on the sons were picked up for speeding'son of Mr. and Mrs- George New- sion And of cZr« ?hlv do ust dozen times refused membership.(basis of the hearings'just com- over the weekend along with an- bern. . . he will intern at Parkland DJWII. miu ui i.uuist; uiej' uw> jusv ,,„„„:„,„.,„ —:„:— .,,„„ r,loa«c,^ KII> Cor, i\/t!r.ri( I'D <:r\\ A r, iithpi' whn was pharsed with haz- Mnsnltal Hnllaq Texas. as trees and people and pigeons do. Both cemeteries seem to had a "welcome stranger" The unanimous opinion was!pleated but Sen. Mindt (R-SD) An- other who was charged with haz- Rospital, Dallas, Texas, (written by Associate Justice Minor!other subcommittee member, said ardous driving, havfi Millwee. . |some points should be cleared up atti-i The Supreme Court ruled that;before a report is made to the ude BivinesheiJi. to anyone the late Arnold Triebuch of Fort 'department. He said ovpr'romp bv th« «tni-m« of the Smith died of the "same" lung contains too many " the record Seems LaDon Ward of Bodcaw overcome by the stornis of the wiins o.y me sioruis i" I«K=I „ v. ; —— „, c , » Continued on page Four I Cpntmued on Page Two factors. was second in the District 4-H Club skirts and sheer Note—In these days of lowtpuj gowns, tight-lining waists, shorter. 'don't know sweetheart contest he!4 recently, wllj power for a man 'i» Magnolia instead of fourth as^omao to the to. "? ; 4 1 *• fi

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