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MdPI STAR, HOPt, AKKANSAI ;""- ' the wiwt tuUefci&le News of th« CHURCHES CHURCH OF CHRIST 6th and Gra'dy Street F. L. Jennings, Minister Sunday 9:45 Bible Study 10:37 Preaching 6:30 p. m. Bible Study, Classes for all ages. Tuesday 9:30 a.m. Ladies Bible Study Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Bible Study .___ ,',' , v > Tis the Fourth of July. Peals forth again deep tones of J^ the Liberty Bell.... "Ho'pe of the world, on thy mission $& » ' £ -, „'•'•• ' •••*'.. •' fevi£* sublime, when them didst burst on the pathway of time, milliofis from darkness and bondage awoke; music was ! bpfa when Liberty spoke." Life, Liberty, Pursuit of Happiness-the Quest for God! Oh, America! Let your church bells toll. © Williami Newspaper Features Forl Worth, Texas fir***,..'/ 'it CHURCH UF CHRIST Walnut Street A. T. Oliver, 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. Ladies Bible Study 7:15 p. m. Men's Bible Study Wednesday 7:15 p. m. — Teachers Meeting 7:30 p. m. Bible Study You arc always welcome at the Church of -Christ. FIRST PENTECOSTAL CHURCH Fourth and Fcrauson Street Rev. H. P. Hudspeth, Pnstor 9:45 a. m. — SUnday School C. J. Rowe, Supt. 11 a. m. — Morning Worship Sermon by pastor. 6:30 p. m. — Pentecostal Conquer ors Mrs. Joe Lively In charge. Junior Conquerors Mrs. H. P. Hud speth in charge. We are in a special youth revival Come out and enjoy the blessing of the Lord with us. God preaching music and singing. Everybody welcome to attend all services at this church. CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Fifth and Pine St. Rev. Leroy Land, Pastor Sunday 9:45 a. m. Sunday School, J. D Bullock. Supt. 11 a. m. Morning Worship, Sermon by Rev. Leroy Land. 6:30 p. m. N. Y. P. S. 7:30 p. m. Evening Worship. Wedn'sday 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting HOPE GOSPEL TABERNACLE 321 North Main Street Rev. C. S. Walker, Pastor Rev. C. S. Walker, Pastor G. E. Hicks, Music-Youth Director 9:45 a. m. — Sunday School, Guy E. Basye, Supt. ! 10:00 a. m. — Radio Bible Class. Broadcast over KXAR, Rev. C. S. Walker, Teacher. 11:00 a. m. — Moining Worsnip sermon by the pastor. 6:30 p. m. — Senior C. A., Junior C. A., Primary C. A. '7:30 p. m. — Evangelistic Ser vice, sermon by the pastor. Tuesday 7:30 p. .m. — Choir Rehearsal Wednesday 7:30 p. m. — Mid-Week Scrvlco. Thursday 2:30 p. mi. Ladies Prayer Service The public is cordially invited to attend oil services. ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Third Sunday After Trinity 10 a. m. Morning Prayer and Sermon. UNITY BAPTIST CHURCH South Elm Street Pastor, Howard White 8:00-8:25 a. m. Unity Baptist Hour. Sunday School 10 a, m. — Ansley Gilbert, Supt. Morning worship 11 a. rn. 7:00 p. m. B. T. S. 8:00 p. m. Evening Worship Monday 2 p. m. — Senior Ladies Auxiliary Mrs. Barney Gaines, President. 7:30 p. m. Willing Workers Aux. iliary Mrs. L. C. Kennedy in charge Wednesday 6:30 p. m. G. M. A. Mrs. Sam Williams in charge. 7:15 p. m. — Teacher's Meeting. 8:00 p. m. — Prayer Ser.vlce Thurday 7:30 p. m. Visitation Hour FIRST PRESBYTERIAN 701 South Main Street Rev. L. T. Lawrence, D. D., Minister The Men's Bible Class will meet in the Fellowship Hall at 9:30 a. m. for doughnuts and coffee; the lesson at 10:00 will be taught by James Pilkinton. 10:00 a. m. Sunday School James H. Miller Supt. Morning worship 10:55 a. m. Sermon subject: "The Single Eye" Solo: "He Shall Feed His Flock" Handel Miss Roberta Howard. 6 p. m. F. Y. F. supper. Hal Branch will have charge of the program. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH West znd at Pin* V. D. Keeley. Pastor 9:45 a. m. Church School W. S. Atkins will teach thu Century Bible Class. 10:55 a. m. Morning Worship Anthem: "Prayer For Service" (Gaul) Soloist: Miss Beth Bridgers. Sermon: "What Is America?" Mi* nister. 5:30 p. m. Senior and Intermediate MYF. 6 p. m. Wesley Club 7:30 p. m. Evening Worship, Sermon: "Our God" Minister (A film of the Intermediate Camp of 1953, taken at Camp Tanaho will be shown at the church immediately following the Sunday .evening service.) Tuesday 4 p. m. Circle 3 of the WSCS will meet in the home of Mrs. W. A. Mudgett; Co-hostess .Mrs. B. W. Edwards. 1 7:30 p. m. The Official Board will meet at the Church. We Inesday 7:30 p. m. Adult Choir Practice Thursday 4 p. m. Circle 1 of the WSCS will meet at the church. 9:30 a. m. — Sunday School "} W. H. Munn, Supt. 10:50 a. m. Morning Worship with sermon by the pastor. 5:00 p. m. — Chapel Choir Re« hearsal. C:30 p. m. '— Training Uhion, Hubert Thrash, Director. 7:45 p. m. Evening Worship with sermon by the pastor. Monday 4 p. m. Geginner and Primary Sunbeams. 4 p. m. Junior R. A. 4 p. m. The JeanetTe Hunker, and Lou Demie Junior G A.'s will meet at the home of.Miss Billye Williams, 819 S. Main for a missionary program. Our Daily Bread Sliced Thin by the Editor x. H. Wa*hbiiff»_ _ We Didn't Do What Washington Told Us So We'll Muddle Along Quoted There are two days in the week abdul which we should never worry — •yesterday and tomorrow. Jjft America celebrated this year's Fourth of July in a more subdued •fashion p'erhaps it was due to a growing bewilderment over the course of world events and our own involvement therein. 55TH YEAR: VOL. 55 — NOi 223 . II. Star Experiment 24-hour petted Hltfi HOW, ARKANSAS, TUtSBAV JULY «, 19S4 M*mb*r: 1M AffOcMttd Ptin t, Audi* 8nr*au *( Ay. Net P4!iJ Clfel. S M6». EndihS March 31, 1»i« •— 1,4*4 House Group Slams Action of Justice Clark HARRY SNYDER CATHOLIC CHURCH Third And Walker Street Father A. G. Duntcavy Pastor 10:30 Mass Sunday followed by benediction of the blessed sacrament. Registration for vacation school will be held for all the children of the parish preceding mass. FIRST CHRISTIAN 210 North Main Edmund Pendlcton, Minister 0:45 a. m. — Bible School Thomas Fcnwick, Jr. Supl. 10:50 a. m. Morning Worship Sermon "A Cure For Soul Sickness". ,J G p. m. C. Y. F. , 7:30 p m. Evening Worship Sermon: "How To Enjoy Sunday". The Negro Community By Helen Turner Phone 7-5830 Or bring ltem» to Mitt Turner •t Hlckt Funeral Horn* the now in the nation's prime of lite have we suspected that we lack caution in dealing with a guileful world. Yet we were warned about tSujS from the very beginning, by founding fathers whose immediate ancestors had fled Europe and Were determined to make the new world as remote as possible from the old one. 1 looked up George Washington's Farewell Address during the holiday. Washington retired as our first President September 19, 1796. The summary of that address in the World Almanac says that wfcshington — : Gave strong warnings against permanent alliance with foreign powers Partiality toward favorite nation Big public debt Large military establishment Devices of "small artful, enterprising minority" .to" control or change, government These were Washington's five Commandments — and putcd report, : criticized Jua "dls- Justico Tom C. Clark today for declining to testify after he joined the Supreme Court but said It had turned up no proof of wrongdoing by Clark while he was attorney general. The document drew immediate fire from Rep. Byrln G. Rogers (D-Colo) one of the five, subcommittee members, who said Chairman Keating (R-NY) pulled a "sneak play' by his "unwarranted political release . . .of his proposed libclous report.' Rogers defended Clark, an appointee of former President, Truman, and said most of t he repot t had not besn approved in subcom- mittc or oven considered by the parent, judiciary group. The report dealing With the subcommittee's inquiry last year Into operations of the Justice Department, said the investigators were "troubled 1 because some controversial actions were traced bank to Clark. Clark was attorney general in 1945-49 before going to the Supreme Court. Keating said in an accompanying . • . • . . i 4*.v-cini»(^ont<Jiitc»iit»'. \»i~*«nf«»••,/•••;> o course we have broken every one L tatorncnt that rjlarks failure to of them flagrantly. testify was "unfortunate" because GARRETT MEMORIAL BAPTIST North Ferguson Street Eld. Elbert O'Steen. Pastor 9-9:30 Rock of Ages Broadcast from Church Auditorium over radio station KXAR. 9:50 a.m. Sunday School, Grady Hairston, Supt. 11 a.m. Morning Worship Sermon by Pastor. 7 p. m. B. T. S. Tomas L. Smith president. 8 p. m. Evening Worship. Revival begins this Sunday to tontinuc through June 20. Elder R. P. Campbell will be bringing the messages at 10:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. throughout the meeting. 2 p. m. Sr. Ladies Auxiliary Mrs. B. M. Hazzard, president. 7 p. m. G. A.'s Geneva Cash, Mrs. B. M. Hazzard supervisor. Tuesday 7 p. m. Little Men's Brotherhood directed by the pastor, Eld., Elbert O'Steen. Wednesday 7:00 p. m. Teacher's meeting 7:30 p. rn. — Prayer Meeting. Thursday 7:30 p. m. Junior Ladies Auxil- ary, Mrs. Lyle Allen, president. We welcome you to all of out services. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH S. A. Whitlow. Pastor Sunday BEEBEE MEMORIAL C. M. E. Rev. T. J. Rhone, Pastor 9:45 a.m. Sunday School 11 a.m. Morning Worship 6 p.m. Epworth League. 8:00 p. m. Evening Worship Perhaps we couldn't have helped • "we were deprived of the benefit ourselves. Each generation faces of any light which might have been problems undreamed of by our j shed by a former member of Pros- predecessors. Nevertheless Wash- idcnt Trumans Cabinet." ington gave shrewd warning, and! Clark could not immediately be true prophecy — as we inspect our i reached for comment. But Rogers worsening position in the world of 1954. called Keatings statement "completely baseless" and accused the MT. ZION CME CHURCH Rev. I. M. Manning, Pastor 9:45 a. m. Sunday School 11 a.m. Morning Vvurship 6 p. m. Epworth League 7:30 p. m. Evening Worsnip I ut Washington's Farewell! Ncw York Republican of violating his own fair play code in making the report public. The 135-page printed report con- BETHEL A. M. t. CHURCH Rev. G. Paschal, Pastor 9:45 a. m. Sunday scnooi. 11 a.m. Morning Worsnip 6 p.m. A. 'C. E. L 8:00 p. m. Evening Worship. CHURCH OF GOD In CHRIST Eld. O. N. Dennis, Pastor 9:45 a.m. Sunday Scnooi U a.m. morning worsnlp, 6 p.m. Y. P. W. W. 8:00 p. m. Evening Worship LONOKE BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. F. K. Powell, Pastor 9:45 a.m. Sunday School 11 a.m. Morning Worship. C p.m. B. T: U. 8:00 p. m. Evening Worship RISING STAR BAPTIST Rev. W. M. Erby, Pastor 9:45 a.m. Sunday school. 11 a.m. morning worship. 6:00 p. m. B. T. U. 8:00 p. m. Evening Worship GARRETT CHAPEL BAPTIST Rev. F. R. Williams, Pastor 9:45 a.m. Sunday School 11 a.m. Morning worship 6 p.m. B.T.U. 9:30 p. m. Baptist Hour ovei Station KXAR. ABdrcss also had a positive, though lesser known, side. He praised — The reciprocal checks oX our Constitution The need of enlightdned public opinion And declared "religion and morality lead to political prosperity" •These positive declarations apply to- domestic government, and on tjj^ score we haven't done badly in the century and a half since Wash* tngton passed on to his reward. America still has more or Ibss Intact her triple form of -government — executive, ' legislative, and judicial. Her people have the greatest public education and news systems of any nation on earth. And belief in religion and moral principles is still fundamental aunong Americans who expect to rSld their neighbors' respect and esteem. : We may have taken a lambasting on the world front. We know now we're not halt as smart as we -'HELD IN AMBUSH KILLINGS—Carl A. Levy, center, of Kansas City, Mo., Is restrained by two detectives, left, and'an unidentified .man and his former wife, Mrs. Bertha Levy, following his arrest In connection with the slaying of three persons, Including his wife,, as they' drove along a Kansas City street. Police quote Levy-as saying he killed the trio after a series of arguments following a tour of night spots. (NEA Telephoto) ;.-.•• . -. .. ; .;.. Final Rites Held Monday at Columbus for Fulton Man, His Children Who Drowned in River Tragedy struck early in Hemp-I the July 4 holidays recovered stead over claiming the lives of a Fulton Bap- tist'minister and his two children who drowned in'Red River. So far as' could be'learned it was the only incident in the county although another person drowned in the same river near Index. - • . The Fulton victims were the Rev. Marion Hawthorne, 49, who worked for Hhe, County road department; dr(d:two:; of. his children, •<Johnnie 12 taincd no signatures '/of subcom- j an fdTEVa - 'Jane 8. mittee members in its major sec-! jjawthprrie, and his children went tions. At various .points::'"Minority SN y imrning 3t the pipeline bridge views' were containcd^under^Ros-jp^iriav •"' nfiwno'nn. "When the v c crs' name. Separate vicAsfe.fiwere! also entered by two conir&lssmen | who were members of .the full committee but not the! subgroup. There was fto' pxpliritioriv / W : hy the report, transmitted ;Vto t he P* r " en. t commSlice 11" mar,t|i&^j|Oj^E! s. not yet beenV acted., oh-herc. ° Oklahoma Guards Wdtch Elections By DAYTON BLAIR , OKLAHOMA CITY (*)—An esti mated SOOtOOO Oklahomans were voting today in' the slate's'primary elpction, some of them under t'ho thought we were a generation ago. i i watcMul , • - , ' of National ;Guards . But it's still the same people and men assigned -to assure an honest -election. .. Democratic arid Republican pri i«v/ tv ^,i_,» ( vvji .j « nv* t* iiwii w^jvj - ; , * i • • ji " *T * n while we remain so W0 'u manes are being-held for-thc U;.S. country that George Washington spoke to a century and a half ago — and eventually solve enough of the 'jyorld's problems to guarantee our Vwn survival. And that's a modest, safe goal if for a year like 1954. CHURCH OF GOD C. L. Crossley, Pastor 9:45 a. m. Sunday school 11 a. m. Morning worship 6 p. m. Y.P.W.W. 8 p. m. Evening worship ..Vi Church Ads Is Being Published Through the Cooperation of the Local Ministerial Alliance and ^Sponsored by the Undersigned Individuals and Business Institutions "Nash Motors Stephens Grocer Co. Wholesale Grocers Young Chevrolet Co. Chevrolet Sales Si Service Cox Bros. Foundry & Machine. Co. Everything in Machine Shop Work J, A. Davis Grocery Mack Brown Grocery & Feed #» fw Sqvings and jpn^Assdcibtion - *—•'-- A ' B.uUd T Repair Hope Theatres, Inc. JSJdon Coffmim, City Mgr. Collier Tire & Battery Service Dunlop Tircs-rExcello Batteries—Emerson TV Mid-South Cotton & Supply A. K. RlncRf,,, ~A ' A, E. Slusscr j8|&-DQiry,Products c. -| 0 |t Jtoa^Wul Fo.od r|i>. >' -' . * ^^•^iWf^f"^ W ' T L W. Shanhouse Sons, Inc, Clothing Manufacturers Hempstead County Farmers » Association Farmer Owned and Operated Pewey McKnelly, Mgr, Grain's EssoServicenter G. H. Crain Hope Feed Company Wade Warren Franks & Son Wholesale Fruit and Produce Houston City Furniture Co We Will Trade for Anything Gunter Retail Lumber Co, Your Building Store First National Bank Member FDIC • . , , Southwestern Pack.ing Co. pprk and Beef Packers Qweh's Department Store • Plunkett-Jarrell Grocer Co, A Chinese Businessman Is Arrested & NEW YORK l/TI A Chinesp businessman was arrested h ere today in connection with the alleged theft of $810,000 in Chinese Nationalist funds intended for purchase of .surplus war supplies. The man, identified by .Nationalist oficials as Ku Chih Chang, 48 was said to have received the funds from former Nationalist Gen. Pang Tsu Mow who fled to Mexico In W 1 ' ~rhe general was accused-of embezzling some • six million in Nationalist funds while in charge of the Chinese Republics air force office in Washington D. C. Chang was arrested on a grand larceny charge at the request of Cha Chien Liang. Nationalist Chli I^a's vice minister of justice. > The vice minister sain Chang received three checks from general, one for $21Q,OOp and for $300,000 each. Senate, governor, « Congress, state and local races. . ' Martial law was in effect in five eastern counties — Sequoyah Adair, Cherokee, Leflore and Pittsburg-and Gov, Johnston Murray has or dcrcd plainelothesmen to supervise voting in some unidentified Okla return Mrs. Hawthorne report-; .hern 1 m'ssing and a searching par.ty was organized. Some 36 houjs later all /three bodies were Mr. Hawthorne's body was pull ed from thej'iver about a mile "'am a half from the bridge about 8 a m. Saturday. Eva .Jane's body.wa found at 7:05 a. m; Sunday, July' 4 less than a o.uaiter of a mile frbm where her fafeei's body was Tdis covered. Johnnie's body was fi lini only a few yaids fiom where it >va believed they enteied the v/ater a 11:40 a., m Sunday. The search for the bodies brpiigh hundreds of peispns to the river" in eluding .City, County and State po licie.'a crew from the Magnolia Fir Department with a special equjp ped truck and employes of the Tex as-Illinois Company Pipe Line. ' Funeral- services were held at p.vijjx. Monday at the Columbus sch- pol 'auditorjum ,by the Rev v HUberjt © J Steen? s Birrial under direction ot Accident Is Reported Officers in this area reported only ;,;one serious Highway accident while. City Police were called to so- rfaKminor wrecks. Re'rjia'ps the more sprious occur- rcd'jjabqut ,5:45 a. m. Sunday, July 4, when a-:car struck a bridge abutt- mcht "about three and a half miles west of Hope on Highway 67. Joe A. Mantoye, 47, of Gary, Indiana, his wife and Francisco Perez of Caliento, Texas were treated at Branch hospital for lacerations, neck injury and leg bruises. They were not considered seriously injured. According to State Patrolman Guy Downing who investigated, Mantoyne went to sleep at the wheel. The auto was demolished. On the local scene at Sixth and horn a' county precincts. Oklahoma i Ferguson cars driven •• by H. O. County, the most populous area the state; includes Oklahoma City. It will caj,t close to 100,000 voo? to pro—election esti according mates. INJURED FTLLY CLICO ROCK, —James May- Kyler Jr. and Patrick Mosley collided with light damage resulting. Downtown on Main an auto dri- U.S., Soviet ions in Sinister Turn BY 'obNAuo J. GON2ALE3 VASH|NGTON .(UP) — This country's relations with Russia ,ook a sinister new turn today ollowihg the explusion of three Soviet } diplomats for "espionage ane improper activities" and the retaliation ouster of two U. S. ifficials In Moscow. Authbritieo said the incident demonstrarcs the constant need for igilancc against Red agents in his , country. They reported that he evidence of spying wn's "conclusive. . . we got the goods on hem and out they went.' .The State Department disclosed he ouster moves lale yesterday \ an xinusual holiday news con- 'erence, The action, only the thirc or fourth of its kind in the 21-year history of U. S. -Soviet relations added [a new irritation to the al ready ragged feelings between the two grfeat powers. The 'department said Russia or Saturday demanded the "immcd iate departure" of two U. S. em baSsy officials in Moscow for al legedly -carrying on "espionage work.'. They are Lt. Col. Howard L. Felchlin New -York, assistan military attache, and Maj. Walte McKinney Santa Cruz Calif., as sistant air. attache. the. United States flatly denied the charges in a diplomatic note Sunday and in its announcement yesterday, the State Department charged, that the action was merely "in retaliation" for the earlier explusion of the three Soviet diplomats^ THAT'S CLEAR ENOUGH—Adlal E. Stevenson apparently agri<st with the sticker on his car, as he arrives af Portland, Ore., fropn Denver, Colo., where he told a Democratic luncheon, that the pre»- ent administration's success U up to the Democrats, "becaus.e It's the only administration we have." (NEA Telftphoto) Quake Shocks Central Valley of the West FALLON, Nev., (UP) —At lea*t two persons were injured early today as;, a lumbiihg- ea'rtiiquake felt throughout a 150,000-square- mile the Hope Masonic Lodge was in Columbus Cemetery. Herndon-Corhe- lius Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. , Survivors /include .the .wlfeVzind mother, four other children, Mrs'.;: J. E. Buckley and Mrs. .Wayne Stbltes of Texarkana and Miss^Martha Haw thornc of Fulton and 'Herbert Hawthorne of Texarkana; five brothers Walter, Clyde, Jim, Lee and Jerry Hawthorne of Fulton. x V< other driven by W. L. Chambless with heavy damage to the Chambless auto. City Police reported and on Highway 29 south near the City field, 82-year-old retired farmer, 'jimits a pickup driven by J. D, Dil- was injured fatally today whcn'iard collided with an auto whose struck by a freight train as he driver was not identified. Officers attempted to cross the tracks near:said the driver of the second veh- his home here. icle came back and identified him- Survivors include the widow, a. self after failing to stop Immediate- son and five daughters. ly. Offer to Swap Americans for Czech Trio BUERNAU, Germany (UP) — Czech border guards..offered, to free seven American soldiers who strayed across the.. Iron., Curtain this weekend if three Czechs' who fled to the West are returned, West German police, icpbrted today, - .- ' : ,-•; ^ • The German border guards,said i they met.with the Communists-yes- veii.by R. E. Smiley backed into an- terday and were told the conditions Green lee .Sheet A/\etal Co. Makers of Sheet Metal Products ftfrJBfWtoM CO, «pS^ Ralph Montgomery Market Your Friendly Shopping Center Hope Basket Company Phone 7-2345 Cities Service Station Grovei 1 Thompson Southwest Wood Products Homer Beyerly — Frank King E. 0. Barnes Mobile Service Complete Automotive Service Archer Motor Company Stpdebaker Sales & Service Qas a.nd o, Feeders Supply Company Your Purina Dealer Citizens. Notional Bank Member Fpjc Cain's Tourist Court Allen Service Station HQp^Furniture CQ. &<d^^&to$$.Tt£^l William M. Duckett 4 Scrap Iron & Pprt^r & Gloss Shop • - Qlas? JngtaUed, ^ Pyer$ Gulf S ; Little Rock Has 16 Accidents • Capital city reported 16 accidents - 'lor the three-day, holiday Week- >Vorn Out by Long Holiday Big Question Is, How Do I Get Back Into the Daily Rut? By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK big problem facing millions of Americans today is "How can I go bark to the daily rut?' Some, worn out by the long holiday weekend, arc overwhelmingly anxious to return a.s quickly as possible to the security and order of their job in factory of office. Freedom is a great thing no doubt of it but it has meant to them nothing in the last three days but traffic jams, indigestion, sun, End the most serious said the burn, c rying childrerj and mosqui- •JTaffic pureau was the collision'to bites. The only place they would of a car and a lawnmower. Uike to go this morning other than e car driven by Mrs. V. M. rreils collided with a lawjimow- to the office, is to a restful hospital on a quiet street. pr pushed by John Rippond, both Others, however, have beep. No matter what your attitude to- for the release of he American who strayed across the Iron Curtain on a Fourth of July jaunt. The Czechs claimed one of the three-Czech refugees was a murderer, "The seven Americans will be immediately released when tho three Czechs who illegally crossed the border last week are handed back,' a Czech major told the Germans. A German b order police inspnc tor said two meetings took place yesterday between Czech and West German officials. The Czechs confirmed they were holding the rfi' estern Nevada and North- ornia -.y jolted this .small Farm Home Committee/ ; Names Arnold >' ,"> Richard B. Arnold,iRt. ?,^bpe Aikansas, Is the newly nppointe survivors .iiicu.™ >«u •»•»»•."«* , membof o f the Hempstead Count of Colorado Springs, Colo., C. W. of | ,,<„,.„ „ _ ' Al i m , n ,.t'.:i n Mrs. Montgomery Dies in Local Hospital Mrs. Ruth Montgomery, aged 80, died Monday in a local hospital, She lived at Texarkana. Survivors include two sons, Roy Mei Rouge, La., and a daughter Mrs J. C. Jaivis of Texarkana and a brother, Hemy W. Leggett of El Paso. Funeral services will be held at 11 a. m Wednesday m Little Rock. Farmers Home Admlnistratio committee, Wm. M. Reinhardt^ th agency's county supervisor announ ced,this'week. The appointment jbc came effective July farm center severely. Two sleeping sailors at the nearby Fallen Naval Air Station were injured when metal lockers were toppled on top of their bunks by the force of the main quake shock at, 4: 14 a.m. (PDT). •They were taken to Churchill Public hospital where attendant's reported one had suffered a broken leg and the other, a fractured foot. TiheiqUake, followed by three distinct after 'shocks, toppled walls of downtown buildings, . buckled at 16ast twp paved highways cracked ceilings and walls and toppled merchandise from»stpre shelves and show cases. . The quake was accompanied by a pronounced rumbling noise described by residents of Fallen and Stockton, Calif, as being like "a jet pla^e passing overhead.' It was felt as far away as San Francisco arid the San Joaquin valley. . The quake that rocked Western Nevada was followed by three aftershocks. seven Americans, six enlisted men. a captain and German border police control the frontier in th e vicinity of Buernau where the men disappeared. The border guards were the first to ward getting back into harness j make contact with t he Czechs, may be you will f ind some con- The German police inspector consolation or grounds for self pity in the following literary aspirins for your holiday-wounded mind: "It is not good to have too much day. liberty. It is not good to huve all one wants"Blaisc Pascal. "I tell you, liberty is the best of all things;, never live beneath the noose of a servile halter" Sir William Wallace. "Every vat must stand u pon his own bottom"john Bunytin. firmed that West German authorities are holding three Czechs Who fled into West Germany last Fri "Every man for himself, and God for us all — Cervantes. Lion, Union to Talk Contract EL DORADO I/Pi — Representatives of two unions will meet this week with official of Lion .Oil Co. to try to negotiate new contracts. The AFL Machinists Union met SAN FRANCISCO (UP) A rolling earthquake shook California's Central Valley early today, awaK- ening residents ' in communities Jrom Sacramento to Fresno. • Sheriff's offices throughout ihe valley said they had no immediate reports of damage, other than dishes tumbling from, cupboards in j a fesv places. The quake was also' felt in San Francisco, where it appeared to last for two minutes. Sheriff's deputies fistimated its duration a.t from 20 seconds to two minutes. All agreed it was a "rolling" type of quake rather than sharp shocks. It appeared that the quake hit hardest In ;he Madera region of the San Joaquin Valley. "One resident said he was al most shaken out of bed,' a deputy said. "Another w ho lives four miles out of town said it shook dishes from the cupboard." The San Joaquin county courthouse-in Stockton "shook quite violently,' a deputy said. "There was a s harp rumble for a second or two, then it died away like a jet plane passing overhead." In Merced, a sheriffs deputy said, the quake was a "pretty good . of Little Rock. i spoiled by the ecstatic freedom r f Mrs. Sorrells said she didn't see that went with the 1715th r.nnivcr- ^, the mower, which came out spc- sary of American independence. *£ pn,d. best with the autp. Damage They hate the idea of returning tu 4> estimates to the two machines'responsibility and yearn to run were unavailable. There were no barefoot and knee dcfp in • lihor'y ^injuries. {until the snow flies. 'Liberty in the lowest rank of!with company officials today, and every nation is little more than the'representatives °f " le CIO Oil choice 'of working or starving' wm-tm.. IT,,;™ u/iii man t wiih n m. Samuel Johnson. "I all the year was playing hplK days, to sppit woujd bi, as tedious as to worl\"Shakesp,eare. "Nothing befalls anv mt.n which Continued on Page Two Workers Union will meet cials tomorrow. Both union contract! June 30. offi- expired British Balk at Prices of Freedo^Meai LONDON (ffi Housewives tbdify began to battle against the high price of Britains new "freecjom*' meat. ' Butcheis r aid a lot o f housewives entered their stores but few bought anything waiting for the' prices to drop. Rationing ended at midnight Saturday and price immediately went up Pi ices were still up today with only a slight drop. One butch or said- "Within a day or so the whole situation will be back to normal. Customers are aheady talking about boycotting meat and living on fish and eggs. At the big Srnithfield Market butchers were buying at a few pence lower. Business definitely slackened. A central London,'butcher reported "some women 1 ' come in ask the price and walk out otheis with large fanvlies to feed, make do with stewing meat. 11 looks as if stew and dumplings will be the favorite hot meat this week." .Rurnp steak in Reading hdd jumped from 49 cents last \\eck to 70 cents a pound. Prime joints had junped 14 cents. ,' The general view is that prices are bound to come cl own. ARKANSAS SELECTED BATESBILLE Miss. .UK —Judges selected 17-year-old Sally Ann Boy'les of Batesville last night as Lady of t he Lake of the'' eighth annual Mississippi Valley' Wafer Carnival at Sardis Dam, The judges chose Jean Rued of Helena, Ark., first alternate. Mr., A Arnold operates a fa'rjn in the The, two oth9i' members of the? thre 348 Deaths By The Aftftlftt'tf •>«»•. FlrM figure^ ,6'rf """'" oaths sho\vdd.. y the fa'> nd to be far safer lan expected. * \ ' Traffic fotalHi'esi ... ell below indications, r 48 comparing Wijth'thi __ 30 made by the" Natiorial;*- Council, These tbtali v 8-hour period fr6fa,6 ay until midnight' Ned H, Dearborn,, ,-„—-_-, iie council, said the .compart' ow traffic toil (V w&is '^spe'ota.. vidence-of a trend whtehfhasj pparent all thls 4 . 'yesfc^i'I month has shown, a decrba* raffle deaths from' the ,**' month la'st jrear." w' < I /Q« "We are encourage^ f tpvl combined 'efffates are," ibout better** trsTff The council; said jeen compiled 'M is in the past/bi , , . rience with ( othei't' holidays* tions. The all-timd Blgtfma]' three-day July i4th. ,wW" JOfl in 1952. {"••fbtAt frfrf The four-d was considered council said; estimates ,of reduced to'i Had . phasis placed*?6t»1Hh%t^fflv campaign senhowers we would have'< r had*iai^w ^ of more than 400,it<the>eounci ia a statement, Drownings cidents v : ^ the violent Associated , drowned* 1(>r laneous lias such a comniltteerto -' county supervisor ada'pntHeirJ?i$»h. J iiy's loan policies to loc'al "c"Dh|jit£$hsft in- eluding tsvm credit, Farmers Home'"Ad^jiillra- lioh t makes lbaf»s ,,,to f^a.mi^y»{ype farm opei'ators to buy* impBoybi or operate efticient faKmsfy-i Spijciul livestock loans are irr)flde l 'wljere tempoi ary ci'edits < ti9eded'dd e 'en|(blq the operator to remain The agency alsp irlak'ei „_.. r loans in counties or Stat/j's'jlKat have been designated' by*the Secretary of Agiiculture as areas w^Mr,0")s;m- ergenoy credit is needed. However, the agency does not 1 make loans of any type to any applicant whose needs can be handled by other credit somces, ', Before any money can be borrowed through the agency, an applicant must have the approyal, of. the .county committee. In tluMC-ase of •a faim ownership loan, ttye .farni to be purchased, enlarged, or improved must also be approved by the committee, the county supervisor explained- EXTENDED FORECAST LITTLE ROCK Wi No inippit- tvnt tempoi dtuie ch.mges appeal to be the sad plight ut Arkiinsans for the noxl five days. The U, S. Weather Bureau in its extended forecast, saw temperatures of 1-3 degtees above,Arkati- sas' nojmul of 75 to 93. No Jnv poitant temperature changes, Precipitation Ijght to moderate in widely scattsned thundcrshowers, All Around the Town iy Tht »t«r it«ff A deputy in Sacramento said U was "rolling. 1 "There were seven or eight little jerks, but they worent severe,' he said. ' Arkansas State Policeman Milton Mosier complimented residents of this area today for their help in the tragic drownings at Fulton ovei the holidays ... "you couldn't ask for more cooperation than officers received and they reiilly worked" Mr. Hosier said ... he especially praised the boys from the Magnolia Fire Department which brought special-equipped Uucks and to workers of the'-Tex'as-HUnols Pipeline Company, some of which were present during the enth e search. the medical division in Korea, BAQK IN WASHINGTON WASHINGTON W—President El'! 1 senhower returned to the White House tc-dny after a four day holiday in Maryland's Catocln Moun tains. The President. Mrs. Eisenhower and a number of guesis spent the Niether union nor lion officials Fouilh of July weekend at Camp could be '.vnched on \vhnt happened dt today's meeting. Pavid on a Mountain (op near Thxirmont, Md. Cpl. Robert McKamie of Hope, son of J. V. McKamie, is helping to build a new school for Korean chU4 ren which is sponsored by the 7th, Pivision's 17th Infantry Regiment .he holds thq cqmbat rnan's badge and entered the ser vice in January 105& find arrived IA Korea in May 1953 . . .J?vt. Charge? R. Byers, Byers. of Hope, has. been to Corporal Radio Station KXAR will bi'oad cast the semi-monthly City Council Meeting tonight from, Hope <?ity Hall. cellaneWs categoi works. ' , -rr." 1 ? 1 works. Fireworks > #"£•*&'" According to Mis, Elmer political irflly scheduled for on Fiiday has been called off i conflicting activities in the the xally will be held later. The Southern State "A" libtor) by Deyn Graham include. Mr, ,mu Mis. Raymond Vt.'nob,le_p| ^le- vins, Jejry C, Bowden, o| Colorado 2 Delaware 2 and James E. Erskjne of Pjescptt , , , , others on the honor rp}} lis£ include e, Bobby MarUR oj f ressjjjt and » », ••r'h &anjM i^M

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