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»^^'"'^^^r l ?Tgg^7p^^^T°TT^'' y lg"~ ~" : ' "• %r^ ' ' - L } . * r *; ,!/ * „" J HOP 6 STAR, HOPt, ARKANSAS v ff*$ ^**t »?^T|'f »¥5S?,- July IS, •^S~^T, ~ &\^, 1 " i ' i j • « , SSH**.. ->"•" v "•* . v .'.-, 'V\O , < J >> < , A %f <# / „ &"&$& X / /id&p'fi"^", ft 4 J-^vViV >' 4f< / v >* } rptfy&yfa ^ <? *#<'*• <"i t */' ," •* £ i *!*< fe*,'V <•* ' * -i . ** > News of the CHURCHES -CHUftCH OF CHRIST Walnut street A. '-TV Oliver, Minister Sunday 9:45 a. m. Bible School lOtSO a. m. Preaching il*:3'6'a. m. Communion 6 p. m. Bible Study 7 p. m< Preaching 9:30 a. m. Ladies Bible Study 7U5 p. m. Men's Bible Study Wednesday 7115 p. m. — Teachers Meeting 7:30 p, m. Bible Study You are always welcome at the .Church of Christ. »V ', '/>>%A ' , , *$f ' '' Ss^-'-r rfl t( V s > ^ '** / 9 ' v * • •«* ,/v«* ^ «& •*V «•.-«:««,> i/. h , \ f'", ' r /-» |iysrQ^i|^!j^|^1 : l[y- : r- The magnifying glass focuses ^^, ; '• : .- •'^•?-: ; j' V :i'-y>'^ - l' : - *' * ^ ' v * U. . ——-^ ^'' JS'iL'i^i'^'i fl'^'ii-^*'*^ - «V«-%"--• T4- 4 o 14 rein f 11 f i't*r\ ^Q J^Jgh Pfr^ tl J Hi FIRST PRESBYTERIAN 701 South Main Streat Rev. L. T. Lawrence, D. D., Minister The Men's Bible Class will meet In the Fellowship Hall at 9:30 a. m. or doughnuts and coffee; the les- oti at 10:00 will be taught by Hasell Jones. 10:00 a. m; Sunday School am'es H. Millar Supt. '10:55 a. m. Morning Worship 'crmoh esusl'.. peaks .Miss Beth Bridgers. 6-p. in, P. Y. F. supper. : Suzanne McNeil will have charge f the program. i The; %orpen of the Church will meet Monday morning at 10:00 o'- jlock . for; the monthly general meeting ; . . CHURCH OF THE NA2ARENE Fifth and' Pine St. Rev. Leroy Land, Pastor Sunday 9;4~) h. m. Sunday School, ,T. 1") Bullock:. Siipt. '. 11. a. m. Morning Worship. Sermon by Rev. Leroy Land. '•0:30 p. m. N. V. P. S.. 7:30 p. m. Evening Worship. Wednesday .7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting HOPE' GOSPEL TABERNACLE 3R1 North Main Street Rev. C. S. Walker G.,E. I-Iicks, Music-Youth, Director 9:45 • u. 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. 6:3P u. m. — Senior-C. A., Junior G. A.. Primary C. A. 7:30 p. m.'— Evangelistic Ser vice;;serrrion by the pastor. Tuesday 7:30 p. m. — Choir Rehearsal Wednesday 7,:3p.p, jn. --- Mid-Week Service. Thursday 7:30 p. m. Ladies Prayer Service The-public is cordially invited to .attend oil services. FIRSt PtNTECOSTAL CHURCH Fourth and Ferguson Street Rev. H. P. Hudspeth, Pf.stor 9:45 a. m. — Sunday School C. J. Rowc, Supl. II 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 chare*. 7:4-3 p m Evening Worship Wednesday 7:40 p. in. Prayer meeting ana Bible study. Thursday 2 p. m. Ladies Pentecostal Auxiliary. The public is invited to attend all services at this church. am the Light." Are £*/ .''$ • earth's . v> , '**' *• "• «y ^ \<$ your life. Go to ' " , •*< rn your face toward Him, -' ^ '-, for, HE ' ^ &t* - * © Williams Newspaper Feature* Pott Wotih, TeiBt "- V, v .\ ^ * , >s CHURCH OF CHRIST 5th and Grady Street F. L. Jennings, Mlnlstef Sunday 9:45 Bible Study 10:37 Preaching 6:30 p. m. Bible Study, Classes for all ages. Tuesday 9:30 a.m. Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Bible Study _. , Ladies Bible Study FIRST CHRISTIAN 210 North Main Edmund Pendleton, Minister 8:45 a. m. — Bible School Thomas Fenwick, Jr. Supt. 10:50 a. in. Morning Worship "Yesterday, Today. Tomorrow" Christian Youth Fellowship is sponsoring the Evening Vesper Services at Narrows Lake. The picnic begins 5:30 Vesper Galilcne service will bo at 0:45. Rev. Pen- dlclon will bring the message from a boat lo the congregation at the shore line. The Young People will be In charge of the entire services. There will be no evening service at the Church. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH West kind at Pin* V. D. Knelev. Pastor B-.45 a. m. Church School 10:55 a. m. Morning Worship Sermon "Billy' Gentry" 5:30. p m. Intermediate MYP Tho Senior MYF will not meet Slm[ , „„„,„ „ th , s ,„,„„ 7:^0 p. in. Evening Worship. Sermon: "Christ Measures Lite" Dr. E. FliCton Rule, District Superintendent. There will be 11,0 choir practice next week. • Ten buys and girls from the Intermediate MYF will leave Mon[day I'or Camp Tanako to attend the Trniiiiiu! School for this group. The Negro Community By Helen Turn«r Phone 7-6830 Or brlna Item* to Mil* Turner •t Hlcki Funeral Horn* FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH R. A. Whitlow. Pastor Sunday !i:MU a. m. — Sunday School \V. II. Munn, Sii|)t.. H):f)0 a. m. Morning Worship with sermon by tho pastor. f)M)l> p. m. — Chapel Choir Re- (i:;j() p. m. — Training Union, Hubert Thrush. Hireelor. 7:30 p. m. Evening Worship service with sermon by the pastor. Monday • .3:00 p. m. W. M. S. Circle Meetings in the homes. 4:00 p. m. Junior G. A.'s will meet at the homo of Ann Sutton for .i missionary program Tuesday 9 a. m. Intermediate G. A. at the home of Mrs. L. C. Cook. Wednesday ..9 a. m. Sunday School Training Class. 6:45 p. m. Sunday School Officers & Teachers' Meeting. 7:45 p. m. Fellowship Hour The Midweek Worship for the Whole Family. Thursday 7:30 p. in. Chancel Choir Rehearsal, a UNITV BAPTIST CHURCH -South/Elm Street Pastor, Howard White 8:004:25 a. hi. Unity Baptist HoUr, •'"•• :'•''. , Sunday School 10 a. m. — Ansley Gilbert, Supt, ; • M6rriing worship 11 a. m. •.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 . 8 p. m. Evening Worship 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 Service . fhurday 7:30 p. m. Visitation Hour MEMOrtlAU C. M, E. Rev. T. J. Rhone, Pastor 9:45 a.m. Sunday School U a.m. Morning Worship 6 p.m. Epworth League. 8:00 p. m. Evening Worship MT. ZION CME CHURCH Rev. I. M. Manning, Pastor 9:4") a. m. Sunday Scluiol 11 a.m. Morning Vvorsmp 0 p. m. ISpworlh League 7:30 p. m. Evening Worship BETHEL A. M. t. CHURCH Rev. G. Paschal, Pastor 0:45 a. m. Sunday sc&ooi. 11 a.m. Morning VVorsnip 6 p.m. A. C. II!. L 8:00 p. m. Evening Worship. CHURCH OF GOD In CHRIST Eld. O. N. Dennis, Pastor 9:45 a.m. Sunday School U a.m. morning worsnlp. 6 p.m. Y. T. W. W. 8:00 p. m. Evening Worship 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. Monday 2 p. in. Sr. Ladies Auxiliary Mrs. B. M. Hazzard, president. Wednesday 7:00 p. m. Teacher's meeting 7:30 p. m. — Prayer Meeting. Thursday 7:30 p. m. Junior Ladies Auxiliary, Mrs. Lyle Allen, president. We welcome you to all of our cervices. '• L.ONOKE BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. F. K. Powell, Pastor 9:45 a.m. Sunday School 11 a.m. Mcinmg Worship. 6 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 over Station KXAR. «*•' 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 The blue whale, largest living animal, which reaches a length of 100 feet is bigger than the extinct dinosaurs. Daily newspapers throughout the world have a total circulation of 217,174,490, according to an estimate by the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization ' - LP i . ' J **•. '*'<•> i ir I *J f f. Published Through the Cooperation of the Local Ministerial ponsored by the Undersignecl,"fndividuals and Business Institutions ! li' l fTlnis Series of Church Ads Is- Alliance and ifeftig Na§h Mptprs v "(|*fash Sale^s/ & Service ' Stephens Grocer Co. <•, Wholesale Grocers i Younq Chevrolet Co. ' " " Chevrolet Sales &, Service Cox Bros. Foundry & Machine Co. Everything in Machine Shop,Work J. A. Davis Grocery Mack Brown Grocery & Feed ' s Our Doily Bread Sliced Thin by the Editor Alex. H. Washburn Prayer and. Press and Grandfathers Here are three short editorials from other Southern newspapers: ^71 d J. Afkasas 1«. . v afternoon, bnigltl, ^. Experiment SiatioH if! hoars ending 8 ft. WJ High 106; low 76 l , * none. 55TH YEAR: VOL. 55 — NO. 232 Slat of ..-.-Consolidated Jon. 18, H6r»t, ARKANSAS, SATURDAY, JULY 17,19S4 K .m.<r: th« AMetlBt*d Cf»M & Audit B«'»«u •* ' A». Net MM Cltel. 3 MoJ. IhdlltJ MaMi 31, 1954 — ' FAITH IN PRAYER (Shrevcport Times) When Rep. Alvin M. Bentley, Michigan Republican, entered the House the other day, he was greeted by a standing ovation from his fellow members. Mr. Bentley n^aco-r -r inn^unAM was the most seriously wounded ofj D ^ ROBERT T. L.OUGHRAN those congressmen who were hit, CH1 cAGO (UP) Coroner Wai- by bullets fired by would-be Puerto | ter E McCarron proposed today Lie Detector May Break Chicago Case Ilican assassins a few weeks ago. isfe-He was given only a 50-50 chance of recovery, but now seems hale that all principals in the Montgomery Ward Thorne case Uike detector tests and tho father of a key witness charged there was in attempt to "impugn" his daugh- und hearty. But while Mr. Bentley's col leagues gave him an ovation, he.tor's honor. gives his own ovation, for his| T ne father, attorney Irvin Rooks recovery, lo the power of prayer j camc to the defense of his daugh and his faith in it. He put it this tcr, SuzAnnc, believed to be the 5 Local Cadets at Fort Benning Take Army's Traditional 10-Minute 'Break' way: 'I consider myself a living last person to see "Monty" Thorne alive. example of what prayer can do Hi He issued an angry blast against, it is sincere enough ... I certainly [ a n attorney for Thome's mother ( fihold nothing in my heart but pity] after the lawyer had 'named Miss 1 and sympathy for the poor wretches Rooks as one of the first persons I whose bullets laid me and'four of who should submit to the lie dc-| l'Savings and h'Association, Hope Theatres, Inc. Eklon Coffman, City Mgr. Collier Tire & Bat-tew Service Dunlpp Tiros—Excollo BnUeuc-s—Einc-ri-on TV # , ^^ ' •• ' . r " if '' • Dairy Products " ' Valtoful Food . Mid-South Cotton & Supply A. E. Rlussei- W. Shanhouse Sons, Inc. Clothing Maiuifu'i'tmvi's Hempstead County Farmers Association Farmer Ownod and Operated Dewey. McKnelly, Mgr. Crain's Esso Servicenter G. H. Cram 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 Co, . Southwestern Packing Co. Pork and Beef Packers Owen's Department Store Ben .Owen Plunkett-Jarreli Grocer Co, First NgtionoJ Member FPJC Qreenlee.Sheet Metal Co. leakers of Sheet Metal Products Southwest Wood Products Homer Beyerly — Frani 'xing '£, ^ A ( OTqflMBpMp«pllllM>9MI««» ll^iffr^^tpTOge Co. • R Q |p n /sAontgomery Market your Friendly Shopping Center 'Hope Basket Company ' Phone 7-2345 Cities Service Station Grayer Thompsw) E. 0, Barnes Mobile Service Complete Automotive Service Archer Motor Company Studebaker Sales & Service Butane d?as Co. . Butane Gys and Appliances 1 Feeders Supply Company Your Purina Dealer Citizens National Bonk Membet Cain's Tourist Court Allen Service Station Hope Furniture Co. William M. Puckptt of Set ap Jron 6. Melal Porter Garage & Ql<3§§ Shop Expert Auto RepiUv — Glasi InstaUed Byers Gulf Service Al "S" cuwe Meyer's Bgkery An Arkansas L%imi^i« t^'^-tji;^, \ * <x ^ : * 'j !| my colleagues low." WEEKLY NEWSPAPERS (Savannah News) All too. often. when Americans tector. CcCarron touched off the dispute by asking Capt. Harry Penzin deputy chief of-detectives, and Sgt Thomas Mulyey police offi- lo ro- think of the American press they i cer in charge of the cas are inclined to think in teims ofj quest the Jie tests. i it's Tri "old Ariny custom-that after newspapers with hundreds of thou- ( Tne moiher's attorney. RartleM J 5() n ^ nu t es O f training'or work, the sands or even millions of sub- Marimon, commented that four ' so idi ers C an take a lo-minute rest j scribers. They forget that an almost "| ;u y persons" Miss Hooks anil'i period. Pulling practical 1 applica- equal impact upon tho thinking and < three other friends of Thome's j tion to this custom are five Hen- behavior of our citizonry conies should take lie tests "if they want j derson State Teachers College stu- from publication, of the thousands!to get at the truth of the cr-se." of small weekly papers throughout | Roo | <s snapped back "I cannot the Nation. _ permit Mr. Marimon .or anyone The major reason that this,else to impugn the honor or tho impact is so great is that the papers j veracity of my daughter. She lias Flanders Ask Senators to Call Off Vote By G. MILTON KELLY WASHINGTON W) Sen. Flan ders (R-VO said today tho Sen ale's handling ot his demand for a vote of censure against Sen. McCarthy (R-Wls) will test its "political morality." Flanders yesterday announced ic was abandoning efforts to get he Senate to fire McCarthy from committee chairmanships. He said he would offer on Tuesday instead, a resolution which would place the Senate on record as declaring McCarthy's conduct as chairman of the Senate investigations subcommittee "is hereby condemned" as unbecoming a senator. U S Army photo, Fort Benning FORT BENNING, G A. July 17 — dents, currently attending the 1.954 General Military Science ROTC General Military ociem:t; xv^j.^ Ark - nqas . Summer Camp at Fort Benning, Al ' cans ? s ' Cadet Verdon L. Kennedy, husband of Mrs. Patsy Kennedy, Box 443 Hope, Arkansas, and son of Mr. and Mrs| L. C. Kennedy, also of Hope; Cadet Don Cox, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Cox N. Hervey, Hope, are close to the people. The editor nothing to hide." "As layer I believe that someone is deliberately attempting and his employes are actively interested in the civic activities they write about; they and their i to mislead the authorities into prob papers form a far more integral i ing and raprobing events that shed part of the cultural, civic, economic no., light, oti the cause of Monty and social life of their communities Thome's -death," he said. "Innocent young girls have been Ga. They are (L-R): I Cadet Joe Barentine, husband of [Mrs. Clara Barentine, 602 Pond 106 Yesterday in Hope, New High The Experiment Station reported a high yesterday of 106 degrees for the 24 hour period ending 8 a. m. Saturday. This is a new record,for the year. The previous high reported was 103 degrees. QuizNurse in Doctor's Wife's Death BAY VILLAGE, (UP) New information was forwarded, to Los AnEOlcs, Calif., authorities today for" further questioning of Nurse Susan Hayes in connection, with the Sheppard murder case. John L. Mahon, assistant Cuya hoga County prosecutor, said nesv leads for questioning th3 24-year old former Bay View hospital tech nician were indicated after the dis covery of new clues. He tl»c'lnc< Russi Have New! German Pla • t i* By»*roM ft^EOY I BERLIN ' i/B placement of Soviet '< Mfgtt| missionor Vladimir, S, Set by ace diplomat Oe aroused speoulatloh Russia has < devised ' scheme for'selling'the St., Hopc,» Arkansas, and son o Mr, and Mrs. C. E. Barentine, 402 S. . Bonner, also of Hope; i -Cadet Wesley Huddleston, husband of Mrs. Sue Huddleston, Ht. 1 Hope, Ark., and son of Mr. W. B. 'Huddleston, of Rt. 3 Hope; Flanders said he will seek an immediate • vote on it Tuesday the same day McCarthy faces a threatened showdown with subcommittee members seeking. to force a shakeup of, his staff appointees. McCarthy, watching his,.bubbling troubles on both fronts, said ho 'feels "no concern" about Flanders' new move; and told reporters that "as far as I'm concerned" it will be all right for his subcommittee to bring the staff problem to a head at its: closed door Cadet Gordon Beasley, son of, mee ting Tuesday. than is the case sometimes in the big cities. .-• And it must be remembered that thousands of little frogs in little pools can make a lot more noise than a'.few'big. frogs in big pools. required vo subject themselves to the public gaze because of the tactics employed by attorneys who have only the sordid motive of money," he added. Miss Rooks became one of the most prominent witnesses at the marathon inquest into Thome's [strange death 'because, he visited jher a few' hours'Jjefpre he died. Thorne lieir to a : $1,300,000' mail order fortune, was' found dead In - ... .. his 'tiny studio apartment June 19 ,.b.e .present might jusf_as w,ell step There were needle marks on his aside and prepare to listen to tho arrns : and evidence of a s.ex-nar- speechmaking. THE GRANP .ORDER (H. T. .(Vlclntosh, Albany (Ga.) ' Herald) - . When one newly created grandfather meets another newly created grandfather, others -V)ht> happen to It is contended that grandmothers brag more, and oftener, about their grandchildren than gradnfathers do, but that is .'eft for others to "debate I have never been a.< grandmother; but my membership in the Ancient and Honorable Order of Grandfathers is highly .prized; And for a little more than three years I have been able to Ellen :e bragging grandfathers by flashing upon their envious gaze my membership card in the even'more Kansas Hangs Merle Martin for Fatal Shooting of a Deputy Sheriff 2 Years Ago • * T A XTfTlVT/"* "Vn t«i I Sfl TV/T*»1»1 Bible School . Begins Monday , Guernsey Baptist Church vaca- tipn Bible school begins. Monday, July 19 at 8 a. m. There ^ classes for -all' ages. Regisffalion will be held Sunday morning and Sunday night at the church. cotics 'party in the room. Miss Rooks, a pretty 23-year-old Water skiing star, said Thorne had dropped in at her apartment across the street from his at about 4 a. m. Juno 19. Thorne is believed to have died at about 5 a. m. McCarron has questioned her repeatedly about (he visit, but she has stuck to her story that Thorne stayed only 15 minutes and did not appear to be under the influence of narcotics. Rooks' outburst highlighted the Ancient and Honorable Order of I growing tension between two op- Great-Grandfathers. My youngest great-granddaughter, by the way, has as gorgeous $ a mop of very red and silky hair as ever crowned a blue-eyed baby's' head, and I am prepared to talk red-headed great-granddaughters with any other great-grand- j posing camps which after Thorho's death. formed One represented blonde, 18-year- old Maureen Ragen, who says she and "Monty" planned to marry. Thorne changed his will nine days before he died to give Miss Ragen half .iiis . fortune. His sweetheart's mother, Mrs. Alleen Ragen, got a father of a third-generation red- |fourth ^ , ]is own mother was ]efl head who has the will and can with an eighth> spare the lime. Engineers to Begin Plans on Ark. River TULiSA Army ' Engineers LANSING, ICan. Iff) Merle WU- iam Martin, 44, was hanged at he Kansas prison early today short y after making a full confession hat he killed a deputy sheriff two years agoi ' . Until last night Martin and his Attorneys '•^continued an Intensive 1 ^«0 / r> t .ihjB§Hj$^^ Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Beasley, Fulton, Ark. jMcMath and ! McClellan in Verbal Clash .* ,*By The .Associated Press fi t 5 Sid McMath last night charged and John L. McClellan promptly jsing confidential government' 1 in- Jgrmation in the battle for McClcl- job. i$ttHfe|8!!cCieUan.-. said' from Washington, . Dallas, Little Rock and Vicksburg, Miss., conferred with Tulsa District Engineers yesterday on plans for activities the corps' program for development of the Arkansas ,Kiver for navigation. The project as recommended by the chief 01 engincrs and approved by Congress in 1046 called for an the execution The U. S. Supreme ;ourt last week denied a stay. Then just before last midnight Warden Charles A. Edmondsor was given a handwritten note fron Martin stating, "On, June 23, 1952 I fired the shots that killed Officci Willard Carver near Zarah, Kan.' Martin and Charles Isgrigg, 40 both of Joplin, Mo., were cncour tered by Deputy Carver aud Dep uty Floyd Gaunt as the two men were trying to tow a stolen ca from a ditch with a stolen truck A Run battle resulted. Carve was killed. Isgrigg was capturcc a few hour? later and is scrvin a life term. Martin escaped, and was place on the FBI's list of the 1 mot fehied that the senator was He had blocked a staff shakeup move by Sen. Potter (R-Mich) Thursday by throwing out as invalid the proxy vote of the absent Sen. McClellan (D-Ark). McClellan's vote, with that of the two subcommittee Democrats present, would have- given Potter's motion a majority on the seven-man group. • . . The Senate GOP leadership, clearly unhappy about the whole usiness of fights, involving McCarthy, cracked down yesterday n his plan to launch public hear- ngs in .Boston today to explore lis charges of Communist infiltra- ioris of defense plants. Majority ,eader Knowlarid of California said be .didn't'' want any- committee to reveal what the new information was but said it concerned Dr. Samuel Sheppard's visit to Los Angeles last March. Dr. Sheppard and his prelty wife. Marilyn, who was bludgeoned to death here on July 4, woro attending an ostcopnlVilc convention at the time. It was revealed through questioning Miss Hayes and Dr.' Sheppard he had bought a watch for the nurse following a wedding-which they allcnded. Both Mis.; Hayes and the 30-year- old osteopnth have denied any romance and Miss Hayes said they have never written to each other. S. Ernest Roll, Los Angeles district attorney, said he was satisfied with Miss Hayes story but indicated lie would await reports from his investigators before fur- Bast German Announcement «H reshuffle camp as _ lion West Germans"-ediedj to their promised "«0ve?%ui The Russians ha*ve be ing for several months captive, aMJtie ls>,ndw,^'i. and entitled to cohslderati West as n"sover'eiftriViUi| West has snubbed .tlie>| Pushkin returns to'lfis^ mafo skate* he setjin; f ^t 1949 when 'he neh'odl&l state. ; Ho brought? trie\ff viot state into being ,ro« created the.^Red*- 'govSr postwar 1 ' Hiihg^ry. A ^f?ij The ,ters^atmbunceni< jst, oveiv M*6sco\v,' rfeflic nv«A<*. *>^>>«i*|jj» 4-nl^-A *^*V^'' yenqv? would* "ialte 'up* but 'what 1 ;his 'upjft *•••" mained* &' i oGniyGfipv • *»n*i»-j> www** *** <» somew>at''friendly, tpt*hc^ He follovvad the,-.theprj!?f COltlH t^A' •***^*^ n ^\ 1 iyaW'.<4fV 1> !tCn^ by useyc than the „ , , PushkiriA -,on Vthelj '' wanted men. He was captured Aug- 30, 19S2, in St. Louis. Martin was convicted Nov. 2!), 1952 and Isgrigg pleaded guilty throe days later. This year Isgrigg, from his pris- iota construction cost of on cell, issued a statement that he consUuaicm ' McMath referred was not restricted, that it was available to all senators and that he planned to continue using it. Democratic National Committeeman Paul Chambers of Helena, third campaigner for. tho senatorial nomination, today hit at both McClellan and McMath on the tidelands oil issue. McMath said in a speech Corning that McClellan's slaff waf sending campaign letters to cotton growers in which McClellan wab credited with obtaining an increase in acreage allotments. Each lette sets out what the recipient's, acre age is, McMath said. The former governor dcclarec that McClollan could have gotte the information only from Production and Marketing Administratio' files, which he said were "con fidential and personal." He said McClellan probably was aided in getting the information Damaged Ship for Date With Girl Friend The othor group represented Thome's wealthy, .socially promi- ,nent mother. A previous'will left [her the entirety of Thome's estate. Her attorneys have promised a bitter contest over the later will. Jay Slough, Miss Ragon's attorney, said both she and her mother would submit to lie detector tests if other principals did likewise. $323,783,000. The plan for the 500-mile lon.^ project call.- for canalization of the Arkansas and Verkigris rivers for a navigable depth of nine feel from the Mississippi river to Catoosa, Okla., and construction of reservoirs for navigation, flood control, power and other purposes. BRISTOL, England (UP) Two 18-year-old sailors awaited trial today on charges of trying lo sabotage tlwir ship and delay its sailing from Canada so they could have a second date with a pretty Canadian girl. The owners of tho 5,38.5-ton frieghler Trcvelyn accused Robert Edmonds and Charles • Martin of fisking tho safely of the ship and its $4,200,000 cargo in order to see the giral again during the ship's plop at WoKlminsler.B. C. The girl whom Ihey mot at ;i dance was not named, t • Destroy Slot Machines on River Ferry LITTLE ROCK Wl The books have been closed on the case of the United States vs two riot, machines, The machines, which wore standard equipment on a ferry plying L the Mississippi River daily be Prosecutor J. C. Parks said Ihe'jtween Helena, Ark., »nd the Mi Davic ;hc Senate holding, a session here oday. McCarthy cancelled Ihe Boston trip and- said he would hold the icarings in Washington instead, on Monday and Tuesday. , djled ' C arver and Martin was in- through his co-operation with the nocent. said: Martin, in his noto last night, 'Jk") lovesick sailors decided to pall out a vital pin connecting .the steering gear but an apprentice who hap. pened to be standing nearby over heard them plotting and t-ild the captain. The two were put under arrest as they hovered near the steering gear and the ship sailed unharmed. "Had they not been apprehended," Perks said, "the ship would have been out in the Frazor river helpless in <- five-knot ebp tir'.e with -*' a sandbanK ncaiby. Had the ship "Now that I am about to die I wish to set the record straight bo- fore I go to meet my Maker. "Isgrigg did no shooting. Those words were underlined-. 'On June 23, 1052. I fired the shots that killed Officer Willarrt. Carver near Zarah, Kan. We, Is-! grigg and I, were taken by surprise by Officer Carver and Officer Gaunt. The only words spoke- by either of the officers were 'Hold it." then they both starlod shooting. "I could see no one b.vit I thought several people were shooting at UK and I emptied my revolver and escaped. 'It was not my intention to shoo* anyone and I am very sorry that it happened. The loved ones of Officer Carver have my sincere .sympathy. Signed Merle William Martin." As he entered the death house Warden Erlmondson asked Martin if he had anything.to ay, and the doomed man repeated most, of his sissippi side of the river, were destroyed by U. S. marshals here- yesterday. It was s back in May, 1951 that the government confiscated the machines on grounds that federal law prohibiting interstate transportation of gambling equipment was being violated. The case of what to do with them was kicked around until Aug. "i, 1953, when a federal judge ordered their destruction. And he cited a law covering his decision. hitThTsandbank"it"would"have cap-l Still lem&mjng w<n the question Top-Rated 'Newsboy 7 Dies at 41 TEXARKANA (UP) Morris, -107-pound newspaper boy who once set a record here for .street sales in a single day, diod last night after a heart attack.. He was 41. Morris, who delivered and hawked street copies of tho Tex arkana Gazette, set hi.; record when he personally sold 1500 copies of the paper in one day. It still stands. Morris needed a reinforced bed,written statement to the group of to hold Iiis weight at ni^ht and Republican Administration. McClellan was informed of tho McMath statement after he had finished a campaign speech • at Tcxarkana. He first £-aid that "it's too ridiculous to answer." He did reply, however. McClellan said that the information not restricted. "Other senators have the same information for their states. "As a senator, I am entitled to that inAirmalion under any administration, und I intend to continue telling the people of Arkansas, • including farmers, of my work in the Senate ana the results I have achieved for them." Chambers expressed his views on the tidolands oil situation in u ormal .statement, cr.th has re- .veatedly criticized cClellan for voting with the majority which ave title io offshore oil reserves to the individual coastal states rather than to the federal government. 3 Die in Blast atFireworks Plant,Chicago CHICAGO. (UP) An explosion and fire wrecked a fireworks plant at suburban SchU'er Park today, and three men were killed Franklin Park police said at least one other man was injured He was aken'to a hospital at P-ak Ridge.. The explosion shortly before noon (CDT) demolished the plant Firp men were summoned from Schiller Park and/u-om nearby Park Ridge and Franklin Park, all Chicago suburbs lying in the western part of- Cook County, Police lUved two of the dead tentatively as Michael Cartalnp, 50, Chicago and Mario Rigony, ther quizzing of the nurse. Roll's office is checking Dr. Sheppard's movements while he was in Los Angeles during the March visit. Assistant county prosecutor., Thomas J. Parrino. returned here today after questioning a 36-<ye,ar- old man arrested in Baltimorp, Md., Wednesday. George Ennis, a probation violator, had told police he was hired to either kill Mrs. Sheppard or get someone,.else to. do "• -, . . ' , -•. *;J «^Dompsti^-'tpflubAes are known to have existed between- Dr. Sheppaid and his wife at that Umc whon they lived in California JJe^tudied medicine there 1944-104^,and, he and his wife lived there untij^jpl Meanwhile, William Corringa, the Seppard's attoinoy, has ad' vised the family not to submit to questioning by the prosecutor's office. Corrigan said the prosecutor had no business "horninf, in" until the police had built up a case. Warehouse Burns has been cles .,, tate to r'ek'ort"^ forc -. ' '^ . '-nt- "»i (•)>( FBI Che n- V. t ~*«U l-j^to? R-oej? jle.clai?e4 him % $$swfe& no^ indgpond^il. "if!,<? a; r mt|e 'nquirrl ,fQr,,,' ( t G5, At Oehler's Funeral Home ir DCS Plainog, where tho de-ad were taken, an attendant said positjvi entification would be difficult, as 10 bodies were badly seared by 10 blast and fire. had to sit in a "lovers' scat" at the theater when he s.uv a movie. about 25 witnesses. "I would like to thank all o£ my friends who helped and all those He' had been a newspaper carrier who tried to help and have pray- and salesman for 26 year.? He is' survived by his wife and two children, both girls. Morris bought an old truck several year* ago, stripped it down and put ir. a seat largo enough led for me, ' Martin seJd. "If there 9re any Catholics among you would appreciate it if they would pray for me." Martin was calm and walked un 2d Memphian Jailed for Tax Fraud MEMPHIS UP) D. L. Jolly Sr sized and its valuable 'cargo and maybe so-vie of the lives aboard would have been lout.' 1 Police said Martin ead Edmonds told them they could not bear to sail away and not see the girl .again. They were fieed on baU pending their trial, No date been set of how, when and where to destroy the machines, said U. S. Marshal Seal Kidd today. The answer came yesterday from the U. S. Department of Justice: "Destroy them in the basement of yic federal building. The money a total of $134 Will be Uuned over to Cpngiess him to fit behind »hi. wheel. The truck was scijri around town every day, loaded with children who were helping Morris sell his Gayettes. His death ended a small town tradition in Tesarkana. to ax its next dided up the gallows" steps The pi eminent Memphis hubincssma was sentenced to 10 yeais in pi is on yebteidiy and fimd $40,000 01 a charge he fraudulently evade payment of $49,000 in income la from 1046-40. hanged at the prison since Kansas adopted capital punishment in 1935 Aomng *be wUness.es v.it, Earl Jolly was the secord Memphi Caiver of Oveiland PdiK, Kan, aibuMneibinan to be convicted of Jn Fireboats can pump water as s,uch high piessuie that the sti earns can batter dpwp buck walls, . 1C brother of the slain officer Martin, v^ho said he had no religious affiliation when he entciud the pws>on, was baptized yetteiday by the Rev P. H. Delohunty, pus- en Catholic Chaplain, andthe Ri-v Jejpme Sowney of Ho* ton, Kan. ?10,UOO. come tax invasion m iec(-nt week On June 1, Tart Moody, one Urn Umveisity of 'Aikansas biskelbo ttar and foimu ownei o f « million dollar >ce cream buwuesa, was> sm tenced to five years, and fine at FoyeHcville FAYETTEVILLE (/Tl Fire destroyed the main warehouse of he Gravette Canning Co. last night. Owner Gey Kctchcrsod estimated the loss at $115,000, plus two trucks, some machineiy and $5,000 worth of baled chicken litter. The fire started at 10:40 last night. Fire departments from nearby Siloam Springs and Decatur joined Gravettp firemen in fight, ing the blsizc. Reports of embers fallJng at least seven blocks from Iho fire were reported. Residents all over the town were on their roofs with buckets and wet sacks. Seveial buildings caught fire on the roofs, but all blayes were quickly extinguished. Several lies on the Kansas City Railroad tiacks neaiby caught fire, but they weie quickly dous-ed and service was not interrupted, ment Atty, day V! mors that into a membgi' a purtfj?H?dli^ttempt hi^ votfl, pn l9^is!^t{o;, pay of pbstaMyorker Bfownc 11 "* f ftf port wa? Virginia', U.S. Pushes Its Allies for 'Stop-Gap' Defense Setup in Southeast Asia Area Accord Fpl, thi was Jn p . would The h£qrj which ^y§ raise ^pr' p nounqed th§ E. Georga;' tlon&l Fede Clerks, toy: sible thot • Ijeve" arid; tion. WiUiuj of tho Na^l' ter Carrier; ous unitfy sajd 't edge WASHINGTON (UP) The Jnited States is urgi-ig its Allies o agree lo an immediate stop- ap lefensa of Southeast Asia if tie Geneva conference fails lo end he Indochina war, authoritative, ources said today. Under the plan, they said, there vould be r: series of emergency collective security measures to s,ifeguaid the diea u|iij Ihe U P.- loposed Southeast Asia alliance can be formed. These sources sa,id one of these measures could be a formal Al- ,ied warning to the Cominunists to teep their hands off certain areas cr risk letaliation. If this retaliation actually became nccessaiy, they said, Congiess would be to authorise U-S interven- Ihis afternoon to sit in on the reporters ceasefire negotiations with Rug- BroyhW n|?$f sian, Red China and Red Vjetminh mjtt^V ' leaders Ht goes under stern m- 5"h9 ttiuctions to watch peace devel-jbeen opments closely but to avoid giving any A.nencan blessing U>1? pay appeasement Secietaiy of State John lei Dulles believes the ceasefiie possibilitie's fall far shoit of what the United States would 1'ke Franca obtain for But Ins emeigency Jrjp to Pans, beer Allied tion. The idea of bhapin? an £ite-action-defenf>e plen has under study lU're and in capitals for muny weekb. steps, have buen t«ken 0ut inform. tints said Iho projei-t has boon given urgent new priority because ol the cpming showdown at Geneva, Undersecretary of State thi? week convinced him French aie on the spot and that Premier. Pleire -Fi aoce Is I going to do the best he can. The! tesult is that the United, stattsj ha.s a&suicd Fiance U will spuct a ceaselire" but thpt it not guarantee it because' 1 would be honoring Cojnmuijjst

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