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MOP! StAR, H6Pt, ARKANSAS :eLikc ear-Old ftK «#)— frof 14-year-old Smith there Is no McCarthy Backs Away From CIA By,JAMES MAR LOW WASHINGTON York. ll*, hbWever thought ,t good idea »f the boy job \B to suggest ways to improve efficiency and cut costs fiecause of the way the commission does its work — with few public hearings —Clark's job would be carried out quietly. It is possible the administration thought it could head off McCarthy by having Hoover's commission examine CIA, if not for Communists at least for efficiency. Clar.k, asked about this said, he saw "no any m« o if eledldt like at all WB x-EVe Oian I une «Jl HU. T n t,,iij BO ncf. Aermcv «fui* UK» i. 0 >..,u mo passage JESte"' come home, I'll stow in a letter. But i# Ren. Me- or meditation on his 18-day vacation, seems to have decided to back away from j ""shortl'y"after McCarthy returned to the capital yesterday he talked _---.-• . - on TV and to reporters about the if he didn t he d have CIA n w/ls a veiy can; ful piece td knock heads with President I o f talking Eisenhower, a contest In whir'ij Hc said lle wol ,i c i turn over to hc might not win and for which lhe Hoovcl Commission the infoi- |he may not feel himself ready yet [ m(t ^ on on which hc based MF coming on the eve of* harge or Communist ir.Iillration sainnnl r-1r-i<timi< In Me- ot CIA Thls miM ht seem to indi- in the riots of the Ea'-t 3<*rmahsj against the Communist masters last summer or in the recent revolt of Guatemalans against their Redtinged government It may be a safe bet that CIA agents around the world were mixed up in the past years desertions t o the West of Russian agents. j The CIA is the American gov- enmcnl's cload-and-dagger operation, set up by Congress in 1947 when it ha.l become clear at last with Russia would be at best a cold war lasting perhaps for generations. The idea that there might bo some Communist infiltration ot CIA is not new. As long ago as the BWe 1 1 Sm th of state Dul T .v . | j"" yov ; rmn * 8ntl .. , nc |udi TO CIA. Uho might h.v, got • but thought Ml since they ' any ou any "clever", you'd have to just j some got in. didnt get tho monny. when they returned | do the If the Wisconsin senaloi'. hart IU Fourth of He, telephone picked up thf receiver. ," he hoard, "Papo, . Hill. lok some time for Papn to il' what was fioSfij' on. Fin- ''fern. returned| lrjed ((j hoW b ,, c j icnrlngs on weekend th<j CJA vhich hc , las chargod was infiltrated with Communists, the President is almost certain to have refused to let any CIA em- an ployes testify. A, public exploration into CIA would be more than the Russians Y |had any light lo hope for. CIA's But — McCarthy didn't say so flatly. Thih gives him room for maneuver in case he wants to maneuver. The CIA is so secret if? i mpos- sible to guess all it's up to. But its probably trying to cause ail the trouble it can for the Communists overseas. The public may Package 30 Sandwich BAGS 223 JOHN P. COX DRUG (0. WE GIVE EAGLE STAMPS DIAL 7-4616 or 7-4617 OH SALE THURSDAY. FRIDAY & SATURDAY Liquid Cream SHAMPOO Hone and explained. Yes. opcrallons arc so secret the money cas here Wailing to be picked I .* gclg , s Iloncp g 1edi cvcll fro m all] f ^' t • , „„ , , ' . but a handful of the members cfi r,,at his Manhattan horn-, Conf?ress , vho have to vote for It. Unexplained everything. McCarthy, novel a man to use and 13-year-old -Ton Eric Jo- up al , h , s cnprgy on one flRhl at undecided to COITW over, bo, g ti sai( , durlru? lhc> hearings on i Wnrwon.nn ^ disput( , with Army officials aboard the^ San Line ting-shin Oslofjord "•fcrew gangplank, and that .•avel'od on' that ship before, bow,' Pete said, ""id/with hlm t $10 nn-i a.baf Shirt, Shoes, socks .,iro> spent ninn days aboard pf j mixing with the paying JCrs, playing dsclt games fieping in shownr rooms. If" food—It was simple, ox- that Communists had crawled into the CIA. It wasn't the first time he m entioned something 1'kc that In fact, he said his staff had been investigating CIA since last October.; CIA Director Allen Dulles called McCarthy's charges false and said he had nsked McCarthy last October for any information he had on CIA but never got an answer. On July 4, Independence Day, former President Hoover announc- tlfst day out when the ?)>ip Jin „'Copenhagen they got Beards like any Other pas- fa'rid' had sandwinhC'S ashore. Ijrest of the time 'we ate $5;mostly' paid Pete • "We ie cook for some and he r'wc were passengers." Alt' was discovered in .the Ja-oorn, only five .hours be j^slilp docked Ipst, Friday. ;-Pet«'s companion,' was cle- named rotired Gen. to heart a "task ed.hc had Mark Clark force to study CIAs, structuie and administration. Hoover heads a c n m m 1 s s ion which Eisenhower appointed months ago to study government ' • . - ?aboard v to-be,returned fr'-S^ l H * Pine Bluff Man Gets Agri Job LITTLE ROCK (/P} Modic D Morgan of Pine Bluff has been appointed stale administrator of thr Agricultural Stabilization and Con servation Committee. Morgan is chairman of he Jof ferson County Republican Committee and was recently appointee to the State Republican Commit- ,»r6i 1 d,Eros, sometimes ap- >srtvithin 14 million miles of now that His appointment h.is been con e p R firmed by Secretary of Agricul " ture Ezra T, Benson, according 10 ASC State Chairman W. L. Jameson of Magnolia. He replaces John L. Wright who resigned a ycnr ago. CITY MARKET Meat Specials Fri.-Sat. BEEF ROAST PORK (HOPS Dry Salt Meat Lb. "FORMULA 20", 8-or. Bottle Keep Sweet in the Heat! Just spiay on a soa- cool mini to keep . you neat.. .Tiavel- saio. so easy, «o SURE! Realty good idea ... get II now! TIDY SPRAY DEODORANT 314-oz. bottle , Ideal For Thos* Hot Summer Nights EMERSON 10" OSCILLATING Won't buzz radios; Big, no-tip base. $17.25 Cox's Has Filled Over One Third Million Prescriptions. Bring Us Your Next One /wvww/^i ' Tobacco Sale! 15° Velvet, P.A., Half & Half or Raleigh.., 225 HOME HAIR CARE STEW MEAT Lb. 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Extra Special $1.00 MONDAY JULY 9 -10* 12 HALF SLIPS rf Plisse half slips that are regular 1.95 values, Special i.:, $1.00 HALF SLIPS l-adies cotton half slips. 1.95 values. Special $1.00 CHILDRENS SHOES One big table. Regular 2.95 values. Special $1.88 CLOSE OUT group of ladies and childrens dresses, skirts and $es. A real buy but a little soiled. Values up to i, Nowfonly 67c KNIT SHORTS <y Mfn pnd boys knit shorts that are real value : V Jbjjys. «t this )pw price. Special MENS DRESS PANTS Summer pants to close out Values up to 8.95. Now $4.50 LADIES DRESSES Spring and summer dresses. One big rack. Out they go. Values to 7.95. Now $3.00 PUCKERED NYLON Hurry for this one Big new shipment. 45 inches wide 54c yd. LADIES HOSE Regular 1.39 nylon hose including Red Fox. Special 77c SHEER GOODS Just arrived 800 yards. Values to 79c a yard. Special for 3 days only. Don't miss this value. 3 yds. $1.00 PETTICOATS petticoats in $3.95 These are new 6.95 petticoats in nylon that struts like a turkey. CHILDRENS DRESSES One.group of these dresses. Values to 4.95, Out they go/for only. . . , $1.77 SHEETING Heavy brown sheeting that 41 inches. Extra special now only : ' 4 yds. 88c BLEACHING Snow white bleaching that is 36 inches. Extra special for only 3 yds. 99c LADIES SHOES One big table of sandals and casuals. Values to,4.49 $1.99 3 for $1.00 HOPE, NASHVILLE, MAGMQJ.|A, C^MPEN BOYS SPORT SHIRTS See this value. Nylon and cotton-sport shirts. Short sleeves and regular values to 2.95. In.two groups$1.27 and $1.6»4 CHAMBRAY SHIRTS Mens blue chambray shirts that are regular ,1.49 values. Special now $1.00 CHILDRENS SHORTS Play shorts that are regular 79c values. Hurry for these. a 37c SPORT SHIRTS port shirts, Oi $1.66 Mens short sleeve sport shirts, One big table. Values to 4.95. Now EXTRA SPECIAL Mens regular 69c shorts, and men's regular 59c vest. Special. Both for only $1.00 Out They Go !! Hurry All bathing suits, shorts, summer sho^s and summer wearing apparel has been reduced to 1 clear for Fall Merchandise arriving daily, ., REDUCED Our Doily Bread Sliced Thin by The Editor _A!i?x. H. Washburn Host of Fraudulent Mail Schemes Broken Up by the Government I found this report from the In formation Service of the Post Office Department a fascinating document f 1 —reporting on the history of mail fraud schemes which the government has broken up — and am using it as today's column: 55TH YEAR: VOL. 55 Postmaster General Arthur E. Reds Launch Violenl Push Against French BY LOUIS GUILBERT Anjerlc-n public dollars a jc-i. over 10 million a . „.. onslaughts against In discussing the record of postal defenses v;csl an weak rfei crimes "arrests which in resulted yeai in 5,977 Mr. and northwest o Hanoi, Frunch authorities announced. the yeai 1953, Summerfield said those most fre-1 The Frcnch high command said 'querit were burglaries of post Red soldiers were driving forwarc Offices, holdups of mail custodians, and thcit of mail. 'Other frequently occurring crimes against' the postal laws, ac- l cording to Mr. Summerfield,includ cd.lhe wilful/'destruction, of rura mail boxes, the mailing of fraudulent, lottery, and obscene matter Mnd the raising and forgery of *money orders and Postal Savings in a semicircle 20 to 25 miles w ide killed 108 rebels who attacked one of the last French-held posts the region in an encounter 14 miles- southwest of the captial certificates. One hundred and twelve postmasters and postal workers, a minute fraction of the more than ono half million . postal employees, handling a gross money turnover of over $21 billion dollars in 1953, were arrested during tha year for embezzlement of funds. The investigation of postal crime^ aiises the time of about 200 of the *900 men in the Inspection Service who serve under the Bureau of the Chief Inspector in Washington, D. The h igh Communist!! ngainst a number by guardsmen northwest of Hanoi between towns of Victri and Vinh Yen. Th rebels also cut colonial route No 2 i n several places. A French counterattack obtain cd satisfactory results.'' th high command added, but gave no details. The Reds swarmed over the 21- mile colonial route that r uns west from Hanoi to Sontay and blew holes in the surface at several points. A military convoy which included an American newspaperman S»ar af Hope Can«ol!d6»ed Jo* Star hour aetlod day: &i«h 98; lottr .03.. _ 8 la ARKANSAS, FRIDAY, JULY 9, 1954 Attdtt •«'*»« *t lit Hpe Man Hurt Road Wreck A half ton truck owned by the Arkansas Louisiana Gas Company and driven by Carroll Yocum and a 'truck driven by George Fuller of Hope, Rt. Four, collided on Highway No. 4 about two miles out of Hope this morning. Mr. Yocum suffered a head in- jur$ and Mr. Fuller was not hurt. Investigating State Policeman Guy Dftwiing said Mr. Fuller was turn- Ing into the driveway of his home when the incident occurred. Both vehicles were badly damaged. command snid tin threw hundreds o of post 24 mile (jniei inspector in wii£iiuigi.u», >-•• •-" > -- - :, _ n i n .,. C. One hundred additional inspec- t fell into an ambush on the colon tors arc now being added to meet|ial route The American new,- f , IJUVV UUlll£ ciuucw l." .n*-~»i-«- «llrtirt»irt the ever-increasing volume of worklpaperman and a French colleague and ;to afford some relief to the j escaped, constantly long hours of continuous duty served by the present staff. Records of the inspectors to date show D9 percent of all those • arrested have been convicted, Mr. Summerfield rioted. The Inspection Service, he pointed out, goes back to the days of our first Postmaster General on colonial times, Benjamin Franklin; is the oldest of th« Federal government law enforcement arms; and is charged with protecting the mail and investigating all postal crimes. While the • Inspection Service is constantly swindlers jjjjijpos'lal law, the trail of mail Lookadoo Announces Speaking Tour Hempstead county voters are to have a chance to hear 8th District Prosecuting Attorney discuss his policies in the race for Congress. Mr. Lookadoo' s itinerary for Monday July 12 is: Blevins, 10:00 a.m. Says McClellan Aids Only a Few , B^ LEON HATCH LITT1,E ROCK (ffi— Former Gov', Sid McMath said here last night that Sen. John L. McClellan ha)3J used his Senate, seniority "to fierce special interests, and not the people of Arkansas -who sent him to the Seriate." if—An above decks sprjnkler. envelope des'ianed.to'completely making his late formal opening in his campaign to unseat McClellan, identified these "interests'* as "the power 1 rusts, the banking interests in the East and the oi millionaires in Texas.' spoke to an unsegregat'ed 3,000-seat Robinson Present Foreign Policy Blamed on Truman Mistakes By MARION BURS6N WASHINGTON I/ft— Sen. son (R-Mich) said today it would j be "a senseless ostrich attitude" to ignore what he called foreign policy mistakes of the Truman a d- ministration. "Unless w e do keep those errors firmly in mind,' the chairman, of the GOP Policy Committee saM. "we are apt to fall into the same global tran-sco leverly baited by Communists w ho talk peaceful coexistence, but who give no factual evidence of good faith." Ferguson, a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, said in a statement he felt compelled to comment on Democratic complaints concerning Republican criticism of the, Asian policies of former President Truman and his secretary of state, Decn Acheson. Fergusons comment-'came In the wake of ^ Senate speech yesterday in which Sen. Mansfield <n- Mont) gave this as a summary of ^ > ^r^-- ,«<t> »VfV &f Genera! BillAppi byCoii SLAIN—South Miami police arrested a sUspect Thursday, Guy F. Stevens of Cincinnati, In the kidnap, rape and murder* of Judith Ann Roberts, above, daughter of a Baltimore labor lawyer. Judith Ann was taken from the home of her grandparents In Miami Wednesday. (NEA Telephoto) / ' Agriculture vote today a bill containing posed by the tratlon. Chairman voted to send measure on to the^StftJji "I am con«dertt.sth|t| prove a bill acceptable|tol iden." "; '*' --'-^ Alkens , said (R-Del), simulates atomic dust. (NEA Telephoto) 2:00 cautioned 'Mr. Summerfield that ..'the,-, .continuing tremendous losses through mail frauds- — aggregating $10 millions yearly — calls for- more vigilance by the"-public- 'in its own self- ihleres't, • ' ' " An outstanding example of mail fraud in 1953 victimized 000 people who were swindled out of $1,000,000 on the p rom.ise of' an operator they would get. tax-delinquent land. Hc ..had no such land. • I' Another example, Mr. Summerfield' said, was that of a lawyer who promised investors a return of 20 per cent. He collected $500,000 in six mon,ths from 1UO victims and * His speech at Hope willbe broadcast from 8:20 to 8:50. cordially invited to You ave attend these speakings Mr. Lookadoo. and hear absconded. A matrimonial swindler, posing as a rich Texas, married well-to-do woman through lonely hearts clubs, '.crime spree 'Jived with them unill he got their money, and left. His, ill-gotten gains totalled $50,000. ty Vicious medical frauds claimed many vic.tims' wnh promises of home cures for cancer, tuberculosis and the like. One operator took in $1,000 ;i day. for IOC days on worthless-pills. ..'... Among nine arrested in violation- of the, law? prohibiting the mailing "of poison and explosives Fender Damage in Accident Here An auto driven by Warren Le» Davis' • backed into a parked car owned by Mrs. Emmett Thompson downtown on Main Street yesterday resulting in a smashed fender to the Thompson auto, investigating City Police reported today. Small Tornadoes Hit Arkansas By UNITED PRESS Two snvill twisteis caused somo property damage but no personal injuries in Arkansas ycsteiday, ab fain dribbled out over the state and the thermometer kept-its temper for the fust time in several weeks. One twntei stiuck England eai- ly in the aftcinoon, unroofing lumber yaid office and damaging several olhei buildings Ths o ther described as black mi funnel- shaped, sliuck Haw- Ci eolWPQATV- muhity thiee miles west of Waldron. It unroofed houses, outhouses and bains and upiootcd trees Both weie followed <Viv heavy rains The largest amount of rain reported to jhe whatnot bureau in Little Rock was Compromise Okay on Postal Workers Wage WASHINGTON, House Post Offace (INS), The committee un- with five burglaries, ammously aproved today- a compromise live per cent p?y Braise for 500,000 postal employes.^ The committee thus endorsed a plan previously agreed t o by. House Republican leaders which vletoorted- ly .cantor/action at thfs &-«'-" of Congressmen legislation^ postal rates. / The group, however, \vro£e into the pay laise bill a featuVo t which ession iStilfg crowd in the Auditorium. McClellan is to officially kick off his .campaign for a third term Democratic nomination at his former-home town of Malvern tomorrow night The two other Senate candidates, .Paul Chambers of Helen*' and Leonard Ellis .of Little Rock, have announced no opening plaVis. McMaths speech mainly was. an attack on McClellan — and an at- taqk on grounds that generally MttMath had pretty well covered jnfprevious criticisms of the sen- at|r. McMath charged that McClellan ( been "a willing and active nt of the power thrusts in their against 'the Rural Electrifi Administration program,' had opposed a proposed co-operative steam generating plant at Ozark arid entrance into the state of an' industrial plnnV'which pro- current GOP foreign policy: "Speak loudly and carry a feather duster." " , „«.•",* Mansfield .accWd the administration of seeking to run foreign affairs on a "diplomacy of bluster and retreat,' but Sen. Cooper (R- Ky) challenged him lo show just vhat the failure Is' in the governments Asian diplomatic moves or to say what a Democratic ad 1.51. mchcs\yat Mount Ida. Little Rock had .76 of an inch, Pine Ridge-.05, and An- ministration would have handled differently.' Mansfield referred to Secretary of State Dulles' unsuccessful missions to London and Paris to line up ': support for an anti-Communist alliance" in Southeast Asia, and he declared: , v "We can do nothing or worse than nothing if we c ling to the il- lusion'that.-, .llth-hour 'flights to foreign' capitals are a substitute for carefully cultivated,, carefully maintained cooperation with friendly nations; thatestrpng 4 wosd4, even massive on«te, equate with a-,?trone pollcT-that Jthejr.tako the t*&ce of genuine 'sfrength "£ha ^ U.S. to Keep Out of Peace Decision By DONALD J. GONZAUES WASHINGTON (UP) The Ei senhower administration is clear Ing the way for 'a "hands-off." poll cy toward any unacceptable peace formula with tfie Reds in Indo china. ' Administration*' officials expresset mounting concefn that a peace^ot appeasement is in the vorks at<lhe East-West conference in Geneva. The clearest sign o£ American anxiety ov?r Impending moves at Geneva was Secretary 'of State John Foster Dulles statement • that nlther he nor Under secretary .Walter Bedell Smith planned to return to Geneva to listen to ceasefire , voted against :t6pdr ' *s£tt "• * the Senate opposition' w T soy By an will make it easier for ifcongress p 0sed t o generate its own electric- to kill Postmaster Genorfl Arthiir y and navl " Use d his'influencs i n E, Summerfields proposal to r'cclassify postal jobs: Some doubts were raised'as to whethw this up- was a socially prominent lady . boxes qf arsenic poisoned two auto thefts and attempted murder. He made his mistake when he robbed the Farmcrsville, Texas, post office. Postal inspectors took him at gunpoint. A woman mail box thief averaged $100 daily for five months stealing checks from apartment house boxeij before inspectors caught her. 1953 for Another hallbox thief stole electric bills from mail boxes. He confronted the housewives and told them their light bills were overdue toinc Robbers Prop Nude Victim in Chimney CHICAGO M — A 21-year-old man, trapped nude in a chimney of the Chicago Yacht Club, was res cued today. • He told police that four robbers dropped him down tho chimne>, but detectives s aid it appeared he had climbed down the chimney by himself. The man, Joseph I.aRoe, was released from his sooty trap by firemen who chopped n hole near the base of the brick chimney. He was taken to St. Lukes Hospital in cricial condition from chest injuries. In a clump of b uahos near the one story clubhouse, Detectives — , set the agreement with (SOP leaders. mailed candy. ,3'nd threatened to turn off the| Louis Aurand and. Raymond Eais. ielectricity unless they paid up. He her' Sunday School class, (electricity umess mey pum up. "= | nlan said they'found LaRoe's cloth 2i'persons'violently 111. collected $1,500 before he wasi lng a neat pile beside his shoes, After his offer of marriage was caught. Aurand said LaRoe would be que?- Some other points revealed rejected, a jilted suitor mailed a home-made bomb to a young lady in Boston. The b^mb was built so that a .22 'jc^Jiber pistol would tioned further to determine wheth the summary: Many mail thieves j er ne n - ad attempted burglary of are driven to their crimes by the craving for dope. Mail losses at the club. *• ft A »„- lUdl » .46 }l*Cl*lUk.l ^Ji^vw* ,, ~v»-— ... . . , i> 41 discharge when' the package was' handling points outside of posta bpened. setting'.off a mixture of Jurisdiction - in ma.l rooms of, gunpowder and shells. The . gun private companies for example _ went pff, sending a bullet into the (are an increasingly serious prob- young-lady's, arm, taut she escaped , lem death when thn lethal mixture fail- j to explode. The home mail box thief, often preying on the aged and dependents receiving regular government or private checks through the mail, is the-most frequent violator of postal law,and probably the most calloused. Postal inspectors caught 3,851 persons for- stealing mail in 1953, including 2,544 for pilfering homo Jan old-fashioned man. mail boxes. . I don't help with the housework. GOOD REASON TOKYO '.?( Business is booming at one Tokyo coffee shop those days. All tiie waitressfis wear bath ing suits. Boy! He Must Be Older Than I Thought, This Method Just Wouldn't Work Nowadays NEW YORK (/PI—It's fun to be ^L I JSven when the victim recovers i Well; not much. JPthe stolen • funds there is often j Boy, t hat may date me, but don't delay and hardship involved in such j think beinjj thefts, Ml 1 .• Summerfield-noted. Ajfun. a vintage male isn't locked box discourages such thefts, he added. ; Some v other statistics on arrests include:- burgularly, 441; holdup, 19; damage to mail receptacles, 469; thefts of government property, 52; possession of stolen goods, 186; fraud and lottery, 227; mailing of, ,.ob,§cene, scurrilous or defamatory pfnaterial, 166; impersonating postal personnel, 7; extortion, 19, Mr. Summerfield emphasized the - great care taken to protect the mails. Of 52 billion pieces handlec|i "I have in"my hand here a wet I just finished reading one of those quaivel-causing pieces the Ladies' magazines print about whether husbands should do housework, Some of their sonclusions about how many dishes a husband should wash or dry in the evening ara supposed to be based on polls. In 16 years of married life, I have been polled only once —and that in secret—on this important subject. Since then I have been a perfqc husband about helping with house work. When my clear says "Get out of the way;" well— I ge out of the way. A lot of husbands I meet—once anyway — say they really enjo pitching in. and doing the house work. They say. a lot of keen guy they know feel the same way. Editor's Note: I used to kno a guy like that, too. But on th way home he used to pause an throw spitballs at the girls goln into the Y.W.C.A. Boyle's Note: Don't be so modest. We all remember your kid brother, Does he liku the- new warden better than the old one? There are serne sociological ex> Weisenberger Outlines Plan of Campaign ashingtbn against the rate pay- and in favor of Ihe utility mono- olies." .' ' ••', MeMath renewed criticism of cClellan for helping pass legis- atlon which gave title to coastal il reserves to the i nflividual states ather than,,to?: tHe federal government. ,'As.a result .of the law, he said, -kansas has let a minimum of 232,000,000 — the state's share of II reserves based upon a Vs royal- y and on a U. S. Geological. Sur. ey that the reserves were worth minimum of 50 billion dollars. He declared that.. McClcllan's Camden law firm represents at east four large oil companies. And ne oil companies, he said, were nteres'ted in passage of the oil re- erves bill. In authorizing the Star to an lounce his candidacy for prosecut :ng attorney Royce Weisenberge ssued the following' statement re yarding his campaign: "To the Citizenship,of Hempstea bounty and the Eighth Judicial Ch cuit: I am well aware of the gray responsibilities that rest upon you Prosecuting Attorney and the irr portance of the office. Relying upo my wide and varied general pra< tice of la\y for the past ITyears, b^ th as a defense attorney and seve years experience as Hempstea County Deputy Prosecuting A torney, I seek the challenging e periehces of being your Prosecuting. Attorney, • fully confident that I am by training, •'' experience, temperament, judgment, and the ability and willingness to work long and hard, now at that period in my life where I can and will make you a public servant of whom you will he -well pleased. . The proper admini^tral,ion, f>t Justice Is essentlal'to preserve -the American way of life and the elep* tlon of the best qualified ma" to re'commendations'nejct week, " Pulles; said., yesterday, ,that^ American ."".delegation was'' in'fttttt, s co'mpet>nt \yardF6rtuhe Was Slain ; CHICAGO W The first ipund in the expected legal iflght for Tflont- gomery Ward Thoijnos two^milllon- dollar fortune opened today as coroner's officials Investigated a pathologist's'reporj; hinting he was slain. f , Dr. Harry Leon,, in a report yesterday, said tbo'f 20-year.old mail order heir died violently of alcohol and drug poisons, a nd that someone else probably Injected the drugs into his veins, Thome died "by undue means," Dr Leon said in his report to Corpner 'Waiter E, McCarron. This definitely was not a natural jnan . vakia U. Alexii Johnson. ',If 'Dulles and Smith do iot go, Johnson Will be the top AmJsrJcan official. Russia, France, Britain, Red 'China and some other countries will -be represented by premiers o r foreign ministers at the negotiations on dochina.. ' • * ".,*'" Dulles said the signals rmgl)t>be changed. But he -gave every indication that this government belie.v-. ed it woulcl be safer to have John,son as the only high ranking Am'er.- ican at Geneva. One reason for this attitude is that the United States -is not a direct party to the Geneva negotiations . on the Indochina problem • , ture of farm a per cent wheat, nuts.'-J Alken, Senate to; ible Youth Held for Attack on rineess death," he said. The possibility Typhoon Heads Toward Formosa TAIPEH, F rmosa (UP) A typhoon, first plotted moving pn the Philippines, changed course to- By LEROY HANSEN TOKYO (UP) — Police today arrested a 17-year-old Japanese youth, with blood dripping from his lands, 'and charged him'with B t- ;empting to assassinate Prime Minister Shigeru Yoshida, The youth, caught in f ront of Yo» shida's official residence, was quoted by police as Confessing he had planned to assassinate the premier because he believed Japan would be "ruined" if Yoshida remained in power. His hands were cut and he abandoned his attempt, he said, when he encountered the jagged barbed under consideration by McCarron, "There is definitely something wrong i n this case," McCarron said- "It appears from the physician's report that a second party, expert with the needle, may have administered drugs into the veins of Thorne before he died. 1 Thome's body was found in his one-room" apartment June 10. The coroner's office has started a search for all persons who may have seen him between I a. m, and 5 a. m. day and aimed Itself directly at of foul play Is Formosa. Weather authorities said the storm with winds of up to 75 mjles an hour, was expected lo hit southern Formosa within the next ^8 hours. Storm warnings, were flashed to ships off the sputheastern qpast of this Nationalist island. ,,,. (< Way'or.'perhi distant bit of the earttts/at ing carrii search b^ a deck * q sequence", the corivjL,. jnto enprgn ston oHt$i| tow otX08P| A reppr!^ befoje;»f,ai< Physicf4,j§9i its, disc.oy,ej| 9<»e °£Jjj'' ru role rpy^ FIVE K'ULED MEXICO CITY Five per. sons were killed and 15 seriously hurt yesterday when a bus and a truck collided pn the Laredo High- I way near here. . , wire at,op the 10-foot wall surrounding Yoshida's house. Numerour. threats against Yoshida's life have prompted the quiet strengthening of the guard around Yoshida's residence. Security precautions to safeguard the lives of other Japanese cabinet ministers also are being taken. The reason is that rightist/ organizations which made terror a political weapon in the years be;pre World -War II are coming back into the open. 1953, only 500.QQQ .were lost or fitplen. .This was ojie piece out of 104,000, a loss peicentage of •W6 ether unusual a (Japgei-qus cases plate that my great granclmpther jof children in the home carried over the Ozarks a t ^reatjal inducement for a i'-' 1 ' toil," said my bride, the mcpl after lorwavd and assume a rnunjy share out honeysnpon "Can't you a.t fcas-fpf cleaning and preenmg the homo dry H without dropping H? , nest, "No, J repMcd perts who say that the:-presence thi§ o(fU . e wJJ1 ma terially aid in in. of children in the home is a natur- •„„,„., n ~ a ., n t..i \i v \ n e and eood eov- "I/can- living and good gov 1 . J urge ypy fep ask any. judge, Jury ofiicial 'or other lawyer, about my ability,'my integrity — character an,d my general Discusses Crowded Court Calendars SAN FRANCISCO Chief Jus tjce Earl Warren says federa court calendars are becoming so crowded it often tak.es two year tle a case. told the San Francisco B.W Association yesterday that the to gestion, rovst be solved to preserv the "American way oJt }}fe-" can't affprd the delays • All Around the Town •y Tfrf W«r lt»« , t » "Pie-lltical" suppers, all beneft deals, will be held at Sardls, six miles south of Nashville on Wednesday July H ?t 7:30 p. m. and at Sweet Home, five miles cast Of Blevins on Highway 24, at 7 p. rp. uly 16 , . , the Sardis benefit Is ponsored by the MYF and funds ill be used on the church while Sweet Home'? affair will be a chicken plate supppr with proceeds to be used on the community ejub house, writes I4rs. iSack Stone ol the HOC . , . naturally the public is Invited and especially the candidates. . food specialties at Gary's Duck Inn , , , . so writes the restaurant , , , , at Guernsey Baptist Church Sunday the preaching will'be done by Hershel Williams. Manager Marty flloganip of the Hope Legion Baseball Team sign* ed with the ¥31 Poradp Oilers sn4 was scehuled to join the te,frft Wash with *R/ white, The Sta>e Forestry Service cau' tlons . . . although stlU green the grass and Iprests will burn this time of year . . , please check you? careless habits wjjh, use of rushes cigarettes, trash burning, camp last night, Legion today he is the said h.er§ Legion^ naire signed by the Otters, Gary Anderson.' is currently heading 4ewn the shortstop spot-, . , w»w at the helm a.s manager is §econd Pase- Bob White who has played ,3 fire, etc, . , « jM'Qject frrest, «eW$, pastures, auJma^ and huroag }«» by using an ounee pi prevenWQQ w|$3b, is worth more $\w lot of basebaji tw tesms . ship

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