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MOM STAR, HOP6, ARKANSAS CLASSIFIED *, Ml Molt f 6 tfi ©ftMi bay filter* Publieatld* » - as Hi, Drib . ,«, wilt W 0ce*pf«d _ erid aecomodd- . stlswed with thi un- tft* 86teUht It poyobl* Jlx bayi 1.50 2.00 2.SO 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.SO 5.00 Oft*. Day ay* ,45 .M ,$0 .20 $j t.50 AQ 1.80 2.10 2.40 2,70 1.50 3.00 ., Month 4.50 6.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 t2.00 13.50 15.00 :tXSSIFIED DISPLAY fcENDlX Automatic Washer. Price $50. Contact Mrs. W. W. Biddie at Fifth and Spruce streets. 13-61 .. ..................... SOt pet Inch Quoted 6bov« are for con* lve mteftfsns. Irreguldr Or skip- iWU wfll toke thd one-day fat«. II aolly classified advertising copy M accepted until 5 p. m. for atlen ih* followlno day. i publisher* reserve the right to „, 6t edit Oil odvertlsementi of_,„_£ 'for publication dnd tb re|eet |w*£j<6bJ*d;fWMbl« advertising *ub- ol* of bne or more letter*, i , or figures such 01 house or bne number* count as one word. ... Hbpt Star will not bit respon- . bl« for errors In Want Adi unlet* Etrrors 'ore called to our attention latter FIRST Insertion of ad and then ONLY the ONE Incorrect Insertion. : PROSPECT 7-3431 3,000 BALES pure Johnson Grass Hay in field, 30 cents. Call 7-3541. 14-31 TWO girls bicycles cheap. 420 North Main street. 17-3t HOP* 1l99j Pn» 1*27 Ud January IS, 192f ilished every weekday afternoon by 'ITAR PUBLISHING CO. ''C. C. Palmer, Praildenl H. Wothburn, S«y-Trei, Tht 'Star Building, .111-14 South Walnut Stranf \';,; ; Hope/, Arkantai 4 ROOM unfurnished duplex; also, large two room furnished apartments 801 South Main. Phone 75837. 13-Gt „— M. Wojhburn, Editor t Publlilwr P»l«l H. Jontt, Managing Editor * i, M.. Davit,- Advertising Manogtr g« W. Mosirnr, Meeh. Supr. lntcred Ui tn€enA clat> matter at ; ;',P6»t Offlcq at Hope, Arkaniai, ertth'e Act of March 3, 1197. • *' * '> ' gMamber of I he Audit-Bureau of ,'V l ClreUlatlonr UbscrlpH&n 'Rates,(payabla In ad- *• - • -^ vance): In Hope and nelohborlng towns— .......«,...............,..,....,„.. .25 prj,™ .,.......'.,.. .';,.,.'...'..'."" isioo aByMJijalf* (n Hempstead, Nov/ado, 5»E«iuU..*. . LJjK.ii««i <._^i mil—_ r*ntin , i. '...., 85 ,,,,, 1 *. ,. 1,60 , >.. ;.,,..., r ...., ,... 2.60 .. Vf , 4.5P •"!— ',,i',-,jj,ui 'ft ,„ , «,..».r..M..»> v J1, 10_ at'l ?-Advertising RoprestmtaHvci:-.. Jnsos'; Dallies, )ne.,' I(i02 Slerlck p^JMemphls -2, Tenn.; 505 Texas r k|Bldg., Dallas 2, Texas; 360 N. ' llgarvAve.,'Chicago 1; III,; 60 E. r St.,-NeW York 17, N. Y.; 1763 IL ot Bids., Detroit 2, <. Mich.; ih Bldg.,- Oklahoma City 2, Mr of 'The Aiieclated Prwi: j»t 'Associated Press 4s «ntltla<j ex- islvaly .to, the-Ms* for .republicafion ollj the local ,n*Wi printed In this a* well "as all AP news iployment Offered Jtf ?,** §H . - i ! % / - * For Sole RED spider lily bulbs. $1 per dozen postpaid within Arkansas. Cheaper here. Arthur Gray, Ozan. July 6-1 Month COMPLETE stock in grocery store at Wholesale price. Mrs. J. A. Miller, Bodcaw, Arkansas. 12-61 TOMATOES.We pick Monday * Wednesday - Friday. Call Experiment Station, 7-4458. Will last about a week. 13-6t For Rent UNFURNISHED 3 room apartment. $25,00 per month. Bills paid. Private hath. 808 West 4th. Phone 7-3152. Juno 10-TF STORE building at Fifth and Laurel streets. Phone 7-3392. 12-Gt MODERN unfurnished house across from ' High School. C.E. Weaver Phone 7-3143. • 14-3t NICE sleeping rooms convenient to bath. 315 W. Division Mrs. C. E. Urrey. 10-3t 3 ROOM unfurnished 507 Edgewoott. apartment. 10-3t FURNISHED Apartment'. Mrs. Gco. Sandefur, 320 N. .Washington. • 17-lt Wonted fro Buv TO BUY Men's Used Shoes, Reaves Bargain Shop. 31-TF YOUNG growth of cut over timber land. Anywhe.ro in Southwest Arkansas. Will pay top prices. Phoriu 7-2228 or sec Ralph S:mn- ders, " J12-1 Mo. FAT, young hens. See Hopn Locker and Processing Company for delivery date. 17-6t Real Est-ate for Sale NICE Kcjiie for sale on North Elm. Good teiTns. ' SOUTHWESTERN REALTY AND INSURANCE COMPANY PHONE 7-44S8 14-3t ^VtA Merchant Marine. ; For ' Information -Write , ^Information - Service. N.' Ci '• 15/-31 Fall Line" . -jit 'Ar'rlvod *e,The'lv(ewiB8t In Metis Wear ! "- i ^ Low as $54.80 Tom Wardlows '^lijSFr^el; Tailpr Shop 1 REFRIGERATION 7:3369 - ' p Serve Youl to Know Youl ' Hl?hway 67 West ;^IP FURNITURE CO, •|je, ^f City 1.1mm West (90 Wst?r Barrels for Sale Phpne 74381 Hope, Ark. 303 NORTH Ferguson - Six room duplex • 2 bathg, complete; plenty closets. Nice large rooms. Needs some repairs. Two large shady lots. Streets paved. Priced to sell cheap. ON West Avenue G - We have a bargain, a 12 room apartment house. Good tenants, a real money maker. Double garage - 4 large lots - street paved. Hents will soon pay for it. Will make mdney to tear doWn and build Smaller houses. Plenty of lots for this purpose. Don't overlook this one. UST outside city limits - We have beautiful and modern 4 room tile home. Hardwood floors - plaster walls - plenty bullt-ins. 100' x 265' lot with small poultry house and yard. Garden and truck. ROOM cottage on extreme East Shover street. 50' x 150' shady lot.' Owner leaving town. Will sell cheap. GREENING INSURANCE AND REALTY COMPANY G, I. F. II, A. and Conventional. Loans - Real Estate All-Kinds Ol' Insurance Phone 7--1li(il 15-3t CUSTOM L tr tj**«%««iwrji i eivir^u («f put and wrapped for deep ••»*- Beef for Deep " $& tes ry Mkt , , Quargntood On» P?y 8?rvlp» PAYJS ff Mrnlturo $ Mottren Co, "'- Street Phono 7^8818 Political Announcements this Star 1* authority to an* bounce that the following *** candidate* for public otflc* tub- Ject to the notion of th* Democratic primary «iectlo&a. Congreti 4th District OREN HAfcfciS O. W. LOOKADOO NORMAN M. WARNOCK leveland 'few York hicago Jetroit Vashington Boston Philadelphia Baltimore For Tre«»uf»f HARRY HAWTHOWOI CLIFFORD BYERt DWIGHT RIDODJUi For County CUrk ARNOLD 3. MIDDLEBROOKB JOLLY (AMONBTTE) BYBR8 ARTHUR ANDERSON Per Sheriff and Collator W. B. (Bill) RUOOLXS JIMMY COOK R. D. (SON) PHILLIPS TOM MIDDLEBROOKS CLAUD H. BUTTON SYVELLE BURKE Alderman Ward Thr«« B. L. RETTKJ A. P. DELONEY For Prosecuting Attorney ROYCE WEISENBERGEB PRESTON DOWD TRAVIS MATHIS VAN JOHNSON "lew York Brooklyn Cincinnati Milwaukee Philadelphia St. Louis Pittsburgh Alderman Ward Four JESSE L. BROWN CHARLES TAYLOR HOMER BEYERLEY MRS. G. A. NASH Alderman Ward Two JOHN S. GREENE FOREST L. HAIRR T. O. (TOP) PORTER Alderman Ward One MRS. KATHRYN LOU FRANKS JOE JONES For State Ssnatp 7th District GENE LEE For City Attorney C. V. NUNN, JR. Notice VOTE Boley's all new, "All air conditioned," court. When -guests or Tourists inquire, 4 people $5.00. July 3-1 Mo. TWO weeks only. 20% discount .on Beauty Counselor'cosmetics. Lois Purlell. Phone 7-2156 or 7-2878. ••••'" 16-Gt FRANK Du Shane is tiot connected with me. Samuels, Real Estate (Farm''Bureau Agent) 101 East Front Street.. ••'.. ; ' ; 16-6t Services Offend MATTRESS renovation and inner spring work- Cobb Mattress C.o, 316 South Washington. • Phone 7-2622. •.-•"' • Mar. QUICK Mimeographing service Reasonable rate. .Call Samuels 7-3766.' Farm Bureau Office. 101 East Front Street. June 17-1 MO. WILL keep as many as three children in my home. Mrs. Evon Crider, 1004 E.Division. 14-31 Funeral Directors OAKCREST FUNERAL HOME INSURANCE . . .AMBULANCE 2ND & HAZEL . . . PHONE 7-2123 ' ' J7-lMo Special Ice Cold Watermelons 3c Ib. No. 1 Home Grown Tomatoes and Catalpupes.' Try our dry cold melons for quality. E, M. McWillioms East 3rd Street HY 67 TOPS Class Cut and Installed. Complete Repairs. New nnd Used Parts. Highway 67 West Dial 7-2767 Hope, Ark. HERNDON CORNELIUS BURIAL ASSOCIATION Largest and Oldest in South, Arkansas, Call 7-5505 for our agents J15-1 Mo, Wanted to Buy WE are now buying Watermelons C. B. Russell, West 3rd street Phone 7-9033. 10-3i Real Estate Wanted AMERICAN LEAGUE W 58 58 55 36 33 33 30 31 L 27 28 28 46 48 49 51 53 Pet; .682 .674 .632 .439 .407 .402 .370 .369 Yesterday's Results Boston 3, Detroit 2 New York 3, Baltimore 2 Chicago 4, Washington 2 Cleveland 9. Philadelphia 3 Today's Gameo Cleveland at Philadelphia Baltimore at New York Detroit at Boston Chicago at Washington NATIONAL LEAGUEE W 51) 52 45 ' 44 40 41 27 L 28 35 42 42 41 43 58 .Pet. .098 .598 .517 .512 .494 .488 .284 Yesterday's Games ' Chicago 3, Pittsburgh 2 St. Louis 5, New York 4 Milwaukee 6, Brooklyn 1 Cincinnati 7-9, Philadelphia 6-4 Today's Games New York at St. Louis Brooklyn at Milwaukee Philadelphia at Cincinnati Pittsburgh at Chicago COTTON LEAGUE El Dorado Greenville Meridian Monroe Pine Bluff -lot Springs W 53 45 41 35 33 24 L 25 31 36 44 42 53 Pet. .679 .502 .532 .443 .440 .312 Yesterday's Results Greenville 8, Hot Springs 5 Pine Bluff 5-1, Monroe 0-3. El Dorado at Meridian, Ppd, rain Today's Games Monroo at Hot Springs Pine .Bluff at. Meridian . , El Dorado at Greenville SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Atlanta New ! Orleans Chattanooga Memphis Birmingham Mobile Little Rock Nashville W 5G 58 51 44 . 53 41 41 37 L 38 40 45 50 44 55. . 55 54 Pet. -.506 .592 .531 .468 .546 .427 ..427 .4p7 • Yesterday's Results No games Scheduled Oakcrest Mortuary and Chapel to Hold Open House in New Homey Second and Hazel, Sunday Saturday, July 17, Hope Wins 19-12 Over North Heights The league-leading pope Legionnaires toppled the North Height Bears 19-12 last night in Texarkana. Hope scored 8 big runs in the third on hits by Boyett, White, Nix, B. Gunter, Smith, and W. Gunter combined with 3 walks to ice the game. J. R>. Boyett, led the locals 20 hit attack by getting two doubles and two singles for five times at bal^ W. H. Gunter was next getting twSr for three. * Edscl Nix, winning pitcher, gave up 12 runs on 11 hits, walked (> and fanned 'J. Tommy Heed was charged with the loss. Monday night the Legionnaires play host to the Mineral Springs' Flyers. These pictures show exterior view of the Oakcrest Mortuary and Chapel, Inc., and interior cf the chapel itself, at Enst Second nnd Hazel streets, where open house will be celebrated by this new Hope'business from 2 to 0 p. in. Sunday, July 13. •'.. The buililincj has been completely remodeled and redecorated, and is air-conditioned throughout. Tbe spacious chapel will seat between 250 nnd 300. • Don Westbrook, manager, extends an invitation to everyone to visit Oakcreat Mortuary and Chapel during this open house ceremony. —Shipley Studio photos Rivermen Are * Warned, Stick Barge Anyway LITTLE ROCK . (UP) Three Ft. Smith boatmen who disregarded warnings they'd never float their barge from Ft. Smith to Memphis on the Arkansas rive*today wove stuck in eight inclic!™" of .water. The barge ran onto a sandbar Tuesday nine miles cast of here. The Arkansas flows over it fu!iy eight inches deep. They're been there ever since. For the boatmen. Clyde Wolfe, , his son, John, 19. and Gone Mabry, 28, it is the sixth time the Mollard, a 120 by 30 foot barge they operate, has run aground in the shallow river. ^ They said fishermen :•'. Bis Pi-' ney creek warned them they'd never make it. But, they explained, the river near Little Rock is more shallow than it has ever been. The barge left Ft. Stfiih June 24, Wolfe said. He expoclad the river to rise today ami they said the hoped to get into Memphis next week or so. WE need listings on farms and ranches. Plense soo us as we have prospects. SOUTHWESTERN REALTY AND INSURANCE COMPANY PHONE 7-44GS1 14-31 has with You'll Enjoy ioting At Cafe ^ Service Station PERRY CAMPBELL HLWay 67 West-HQpen 24 Hours LOANS ,, omi in> W to 12,500. *Wi CIP work «ot «fl pltm lof iw. tt') wr. H Dr f«» U«M ImpfSYemiiU lout- PuiMer'j Supply €9* Sales Down for Week of July 10 ST. LOUIS •WDcpar'-mpnt store sales volume in the Eighth Federal Reserve District for -the week ending July 10 was' substantially below that for the comparable week of H).-)H. . • " The Federal Reserve Bank of SI. Louis reports a large part of the decline was .duo to the lulor observance on Independence Day tliis year. That has been a major reason in the large , increase in the week ending .July. 3. The decline, of J6 per cent foi the entire district was general throughout the iTisjjor reporting areas. Sales were off 18 per cer.i in the St. Loiiig area; 15 per cent at Louis\11Jp," |<y, 12 per cent at Memphis, Tenn., 4 per cent at Little ilo Rouk, 'Ark., and 22 per cent |n the eight smaller district cities combined. During tUc four weeks ending July 10. the Eighth District showed a 5 per cent gajn ever the same period in J0$3, Tim gains, 1 ranged from 4 p«,«r pent i« tjiu St. Louis »nd Lpulsviilb'aresis to 13 pcv cent at Little Ragk. District Sales were slovm 8 per ceut (.or th,q yeav pudiw^ Jui^ 10. Today's Games Memphis at Little Rock Atlanta at Birmingham Mobile at New Orleans Nashville at Chattanooga France Asks Britain for Aid in Parley By JOSEPH W. GRIGG GENEVA (UP) France called on Britain today for help in breaking down Soviet refusal to compromise on the West's final proposal for an honorable end to the war in Indochina. The plea to British Foreign Minister Anthpny Eden »vas made after Soviet Foreign Minister Vya- cheslav M. Molotov refused to give any ground in arguments with Frneoh Premier Piorre Meu- des-France that lasted until the early hours of this morning. M'endes-Prarice sought in a race against time. He promised to obtain "peace wnor" by July 20 or rerisju. , The hard-working French premier and Eden scheduled an aH- ernoon meeting with Mulolov. Uoth JVIerules-France and Eden appeared to be in a hoppful mood. French . sources dospribed Molotov as "absolutely unyioklirg" on 0,11 of the major poinl.; bniiinht ni) by the premier. Molotov seemed ben!, not on negotiating but on holding out for tho highest possible terms," a French delegation source said. The stony-faced Russian and Mcndes-Francc ended their arguments on the veranda of thu premier's reir.c-d villal a 1 a, in. The diplo-.nalie battle started at the boyiiining of a di, \iicr :;ivc-n Ijy • MiMidL's-Fi'.'iisci) a,iul lasted four- aiiU-une-hitlf ho\irs; Molotov avoided preliminary :;nuill : lalk and bega'n the new proposals, :idv?i-tised a ; th<- West's final terms for an honorable peace, as soon as be hacl finished his first, aperitif. All through a six-course meal, Molotov anJ Mendes-Fraiite worked back through the whole Indochina question from die cease-fire itself to the political settlement and subsequent guarantees against breach of an armistice. After the conversations ended a French delegation spokesman saW the discussions had been ''very se ripus." "The impression received was neither good nor bad," the spokesman said. The newest, final offer was drawn up by the French and Brit- compared lo 1953. with only Little Rock shoving a gain. 3 Accused in Marriage of Girl Aged12 BLYTHEVILLE, Wl Three persons have been' charged with enticing a minor away from 'her parents aftcy the runaway marriage of a 12-year-old girl ad a teen- a«c boy. Whereabouts of the young couple are not.known. Rudy -Blankcnship of near Gosnell filed the charge against I. T. Walker Sr., also of Gosnell. Walker's sun. I. T. Walker Jr., and the mother of Walker Sr., Mrs. Walker of Memphis, according to Prosecuting Ally. H. .G. Partlow.' •- Paitlo'w t s.a i d Blaukernship's daueUtcr, Rcva Ellen, who will bo 13 on Aug. 1, was married Tues day to I. T. Walker Jr., • about 17, in Hcrnando, Miss., without consent. Mrs. Blankcnship. said the boy was a friend of the family but had never dated her daughter uu- chaperoncd. She said when Reva didn't come home from school Tuesay, it was learned the Walker boy picked her up at. the school in a truck and they told friends they were going to Hornando'to get married. Mrs. Blankenship said h c r daughter called her later that night ,'uul said she had been married Tuesday morning, and was at the home of ;he 'brifgroom's grandmother in Memphis. Mrs. . BUuikenshi|j told Partlinv when her husband went to Memphis the '.-ouplo and the grandmother wove gone. tu his son 'o take his mother iionn to Memplil.J. iicn lo elope. He ;ui- dci.l he had been lo'•Memphis tu try to locale tlu. 1 newlyweds. Hubert ;M.- Ross, Hernado Cir cuit Court elcrk, reported thai I. T.- Walker Jr. listed his age. as 13 and the ai'fivdait was signed by 'The bridegroom's father posted a Ml ' s - I- T - V/'alker of. Memphis'. a $100 bond on the misdemeanor Ross said the girl gave her ago- charge in Blythevills Municirlj as 17, and her affidavit was signed Court He told officers his truck!by a Mrs. Imo Blankcnship. liad been returned, but, dies not say by whom. Walker said he loaned the truck Half the Eskimos o fthe world never have seen a snow house. Beware of Strangers DEMAND NON CANCELLABLE HOSPITAL INSURANCE f" Home Security Life Ins. Co. 'Little Rock.,Ark., issue this type policy—Premium neve.r increases. " N Buy From Local Agent, He will be here during the months to come. ' ' Your Doctor and Hospital know this company. Call or Write ..,•'. CECIL WEAVER Phone 7-3141 P. O. Box 104 ish after n lighlnins {rip lo Paris: by U. S. ' ficcretary of Stnio John Foster-Dulles. Dulles reluiT.cd !o Washington ' yeslenlay after nn- nouneiny ' that Under secretary of Slate .Waller Bodell Smith will return to f.'ionova SalunUiy. ta28 BOEING'S'NEW SlOATTl.iO '(/ViThu. plane .'Booin;; Airplane t'.'o. believes is the world's iarye-st.'-aii'l-'fastest .i'>t airliner hus left its. .nest ^nd.. .proved its wings in a clr-amatic flight test The 'big.':. : 'fhipr dtibbe.cl the' 707 and obult to serve as'an airliner for the ^compiercial airway.-, or a laiikor to Juiul fuel for Air Force jet bombers, took off on its maiden flight' yesterday. The takeoff of the 110,000-pound araft: came at a point two thirds of the way down the 5,400-foot runway at Rentoij Municipal Airport. Its four 10,000-horsepower jet engines; had boosted it into the air in 17 seconds.' Within 15 minutes it was at ^0,000 feet. A hour and 24 liumitesiater it landed after wha't its pilots said, was a faultless flight, Company officials said no speed test was involved but the big craft, designed' to carry 130 passengers in its massive belly, is supposed to be capable of a spee.4 of 5,50 miles an hour. The company says it has invest- td 16 million dollars in the ship. OAKCREST MORTUARY and CHAPEL, nc. "Hope's Finest, Newest', Completely Air-Conditioned We take this opportunity to announce the formal opening of OAKCREST MORTUARY AND CHAPEL. INC., Hope's finest, newest and completely air- conditioned Mortuary. We want you to see our beautiful new Chapel which will seat between 250 and 300 people, and the other department's, which are all air conditioned. OPEN-HOUSE SUNDAY, JULY 18 From 2 P. M. until 5 P. M. Wo extend a bpecial invitation to each of you to visit us on Sunday, July 18 between 2 and 5 P. M. during our open house. 55TH YEAR: VOL. 55 — NO. 233 Boy, 13, Foils Our Daily ' Bread Sliced Thin by The Editor Alex. H. Washburn June Business Report Stocks Up Very Fair Local business indices developed i.x£June: looked fair enough as reported in the current monthly bulletin of Hope Chamber Commerce. Some local houses ran ahead of June a year ago, but more of them ran .slightly behind, and the chamber said thai a fair average would be a decline ol 3 per cent from the 1D53 tnonlhi This is a point or two belter than the national business average, and a pretty good report for a postv- >• period. .^Telephones > service this June t't$Jlcd y,U2!), up from the year- ago-figure of 2,590; likewise gas connections, 2,772 against 2,753. Electric meters clipped very slightly, 3.G31 as compared to 3,652 for . . .a year ago; and water meters were boy's father at a grocery store he also down slightly, 2,910 against AftKANSAS ttfBjML, this aftetiwon, lofil&m * with widely scattered ers, . S Experiment hours ending 8 a, m. 106 j low 7?; Stof of Ho(Se 1899, Pfcs* 192? Consolidated Jen. 18, 1929 HOPE, ARKANSAS/MONDAY, JULY 19, 19S4 M«mb»r! 1M A*t«elat*(l Prtil I. AY. N*l Pew Clrcl. i Met. tndlnj March 11, 1»S4 tartan »f ttmriMteftt 3i4j4 pweeSifeSf Kansas City KANSAS C,t;.rY, Kan. —A 13- year old boy' ; , fight -against two nir-n was i'l-edited today with thwarting n kidnaping. The two men attempted to lake KennclhOgla from his home Saturday night. Even after tiro abduction failed, n man telephoned the 2,035. Bank clearings, a major index ot all business activity, ran almost exactly the same total, $4,263,725 as compared to $4,284,528 for June 1953. f'oslal receipts, another major index, ran ahead, $0,663 for this June, SO.509 for last June. I note also from Manager Ray Lawrence's bulletin that Fred jiGrcshain and his committee ex- fpeet to have the now Hope folder | printed and ready for distribution about September 1. This newspaper contributed to that venture, as we have in the past, and will do so in the future. manages nnd demanded Sl.OOO. The caller warned that unless] the money was paid "we're going to get you or your family." The lather, Dennis D. Ogle,contacted police. The police had Ogle carry out the caller's instructions, using a fake payotr package. Oglo took tho package to a street intersection as instructed, while police watched, but mlone turned up for the| payoff. Themenl ured Kenneth from his home on a ruse. When they, attempted to force him into thier car, Kenneth, who is 5 feet and weighs 125 pounds, Candidates on Last Lap of Campaign By The Associated Press Arkansas political candidates to* day swing into the lastleg of their campaign before the first Democratic Party primary July 27. Aside from the usual speech- Strike Ends at Oak Ridge Plant OAKRlDGE, Tenn.. Wl — Hundreds of AFL construction workers returned to work on two strike* bound atomic plant projects today following a back'to-work pick from union leaders. Other hundreds again refused to cross picket lines thrown up by striking AFL laborers in definance of a court order banning picketing near the jobs. Sheriffs deputies stood by at least three of the six pnti-s to tht plants' arc«i at the. request ot the Atomic Energy Commission lo "In- cr. *K? Slayer Hunte -'>'•'.' ' f '•?. m INDIANAPOLIS. fhd.,'< _____ Police today hunted -a , "is pretty boy type" niaii- Who. » in the hotel room wh»n;e a" 1 nude 18-year-old , girl's * body .p.* found crammed in a,drosse^d| ' * sure employes reporting to work! hand-shaking taotics.iare permitted to enter their work' Ajgood -piece of printed matter fought them. Screams of his isfa first-class :issct for the com- mother and a 15-year-old sister Police have made no arrests. mercial city. 11 docs a job no local 'frightened the men away, enterprise can possibly do. Our newspaper coverage is strictly local, and the advertising matter of sll Hope business houses, whatever the medium they happen to use, is strictly local. But a good-looking, interestingly- written community folder, goes into the hands of tourists and prospective settlers—and there is no telling how far it will travel, or how rVtny persons may be attracted by it and persuaded to move to our town. Denies Asking State Staff for Fuiids LITTLE HOCK, ,(#)—Gov. Cherryjuon campaign. 4 Issues May Delay Ending of Congress WASHINGTON Iff). — Plans for the present session with'in two weeks today faced a throat el floundering on four disputed item? in President Eisenhower's program: Tax and Atomic Energy Act revision, housing and farm programs. A belief was growing that it might require at least a week of August to clear the decks for adjournment which would free mem- ibers to concentrate on the .elcc- •'GREAT SCORER" CALLS THE GAME — Gjr.e Tunney, left, and Jack Dempsey, right, head the line* of honorary pallbearers as the casket contalnlna the remains of Grantland Rice Is borne from the Brick PresbytePlan Church In New York City. Ths beloved sportswnter was 73 at the time of _ his death. Rev. Dr. Millafd.G. Roberts, who conducted the services, stands before the casket. Telephoto) (NEA yesterday rlcniecT a charge by one of his opponents that state employ- es are being solicited ./for. financial' contributions to his carntfa-ign -tor a second term. v ,.'': . ' Orval Fnubus of Huntsvilie,''"(iQe of three Cherry opponents, declared that statehousc workers Svore given tickets to a $10-.a-'plate Cherry rbreakfast and tolcl • ''not to ry^urn the tickets, only the rrroncy." : '. . ' ' Cherry said any employes 1 who purchased Ihc breakfast tickets 1 did so tjoluiitarily." ,, ' ' ;.-i,-' . The candidates' - made j.ln'eir conflicting statements in television appearances Cherry was a guest n KATV's regular "Weekend Press The Senate,; ' spent four long days .last week debating the administration bill to revise the Atomic Ehfergy Commission to con. a private utility group in the Tennessee Valley Authority area. A small band of support of leading a he a D^'jnocrats, with the several Republicans is light for such a move. Sen. Flanders (R-Vt) says plans to move tomorrow for Senate vote on his proposal to censure Sen!> McCarthy(R-Wie) for his conduct an chairman of the Senate Investigations subcommittee. That seems likely to divert the Senate from its legislative work for most of the day, and Conference." on which his oppon- perhaps longer. ents previously hacl appeared. Fait-1 A senate-House 'conference bun appeared on paid political tele-| iu finished work Friday on ,;««*~ f., r .,^ i^-Anmr .,.-,r4 trAnv 'nr . . . . ... p.. corn- ca_sts frpm and KARK-TV. HSTC Promotes D. Whitten, Jr. Arkadelphia — Seven faculty promotions at Henderson State Teachers College have been announced I by President D. D. McBrien. The! new rankings, based on additional graduate preparation or long and satisfactory tenure, became effec- tittt July 1. . I l5r. Clark Elkins, history and jj, owei . Dr. Leland H. Erickson, education p,. 0 p,. f and psychology, have been promoted from associate to full profpssnr- shlps. Dr. Elkins is chairman of the American Institutions division compromise housing bill, from which it stripped Senate provi sions t ocarry out the President's program for building 35,000 public housing units a year for four years. Thn compromise contains authority for 35,000 units in one vyear, with occupancy limited tn families dispossessed by slum clearance projects. Move to.reject the compromise are regarded as likely in both branches. A tax revision bill which Eisen- cnlls the keystone of ,....„_ am is still in a conference) 'committee. It involves proposed JOY AT VERDICT— Society dentist Dr. Kenneth B. Smlll is embraced by his mother, Mrs. Jacob Small, after an Allegan, Mich, jury found the doctor "not guilty" by reason of insanity for the murder of his wife's alleged lover, New York air conditioning executive Jules Lack, Dr. Small's father is at left. (NEA Telephoto) Marie Dionne, Iran Rejects Homesick, Has Red Protest Quit Convent of U. S, Ties WATERLOO, Quo. Marie Dionne, the quintuplet Who took a nun's first vows two months ago, has left tlie convent and gone home. A church official said ylv:' had departed teniporily for health TEHRAN, Iran (m — Iran ha firmly rejected Soviet objections t her joining U. S.-sponsored mi' tary alliances. In a, blunt note, th Iranians told tho Krornlin the have sovereign right to take nn Blood Brigade Is Set Up to Save Child MIDDLETOWN, Ohio W—Towns- oik formed a blood .brigade today save the life of 6-year-oid Eddie illipSj who has been bleedlnj teadily since his tonsils were re- noved s.13 days ago. His unnamed disease, a certain efficiency in the blood, prevents le blood from clotting. He needs resh bloncl and direct transfu- inns Stored blood will not do, .This.-Industrial city of 34,000 in outhwest Ohio has responded with mndreds oi! offers of transfusions. Vloreitljan 40 pints of blood have )een.f pumped into the • youngster ilready- Eddie's physician said the boy y,ajS|v identical -.;• condition but his •jpifits were good, The bleeding is centered in the ,hroat and a tube has been insert ed below it to allow him 16 take in oxygen. This prevents Eddie from talking, but he cheerfully shakes his head yes or no when questions are put to hirn. some of the candidates will rely en out-of-t'ie-ordinary vote-getting gimmicks. Gov. Cherry, running for a second term nomination, returns to the Talkathon at Liltlo Rock tomorrow night. The governor used the copyrighted system of marathon radio and 'television campaigning to reach the voters in his bid for office tsvo•-years 'ago. And one candidate for the U.S. Senate seat now held by John Me- Clellan had come upwith a similar device. Paul Chambers calls hi<! version the "qUesUo-thon." He inaugurated the qucsthvthon Saturday night He plans .'.13-niinuto questiol-thon programs at !) citlea today. ' Another of McClellan's opponents f6r the Senate, former Gov. Sid McMath, is slated to. visit 12 east Arkansas towns and moke a speech at Harrisburg at 8 p. m. today. •'McCiellan is scheduled to return from Washington today to resume his campaign for n third term nomination. The senior senator was called to the capitol Saturday to confer .with Democratic senators on matters facing Congress before adjournment in two week?. McCiellan has scheduled talks today at DeWitt and Stuttgart. Gov. Cherry has a full schedule before he rtarts his Talkathon to morrow night. The governor wil speak this morning on a state-wide radio hookup at a $10*a-platc break fast 'in his honor at Little Rook Then hes will Co to El Dorado lor areas. There wcreno reports of any incidents on the picket lines. a noon speech. And he will appeal on television, at Pine Bluff, at 7:30 .1 jt- i .. f j* t ,, „. ,^, n r, , r i, Orval Faubus of HuntsvlHc^ an: State Sen. Guy JdneS 'of Coiiway also will appear on TV today. Gubernatorial candidates' sched ules for today: Cherry Breakfast at Little Rock; speech at El Dorado; tele The doctor said thes youngster vislo n appearance at Pine Bluff was not suffering from hemophilia, similar disease which makes people bleed when slightly wounded. The doctor said it was a strange, unnamed malady. The blood is deficient in one element one clay and another element the next day. Before Eddie underwent the lon- sileclomy, his blood was tested. The noncoagulation showed up after surgery. Mrs. Ruth Jones, secretary of the Presbyterian Church, said the first appeal brought 180 citizens. One industrial plant, Arinco, reported 417 employes ready to donate blood for the boy. "The response is just out of this world," said Mrs. Jones, Who has been asccfipting offers of blood for Eddie. for type O blood offers from private Homicide Capt. Robert .Hei the Jtiatti Some Direct Words Likely in Campaign By The Associated Press Prospects that McClellnn would drop—at' lv?nst temporarily — his campaign strategy of seeking re- nomination in the July 27 Democratic primary only on his record icvelopod today. His announcement hat he would appear on a state vide television program "to discuss the issues that have been in- ected into this campaign" gave some promise that the Camden lawmaker would take off his ;loves and start swinging at .wo opponents. The program will be seen an leard over Little Rock, PmeBluff. Fort Smith and Texarkana stations Tuesday night. The senior Senator was enroute back from Washington after a 40- hour trip during which he mci other senators on legislation facing Congress in its adjournment rush, Sid McMath was campaigning in East Arkansas. Pausing at a small community between Lonoke and England, the former governor said he hud read where McCiellan said at Texarkana that "he, w.as ,aw. needed a Vest." "Well, Tthink hVneeds'a tost," McMath said. "You'll remombc? 1 that he voted for the bill to ,pn>T vide that senators who'd served 10 years —and he's served 12—could retire at virtually full salary. And I think we'll do just this, We'll give him a permanent rest on July 27." Jack O'Shea under a phonjj York city address,, tho <,''p ject" in thu death of Poore of Clinton, Ind. ',. n The girl's body, clad* ofi slip, brassiere .arid lound yesterday in Claypool hotAl,; k ^.' ^ • w^' Coronet* RoV B, Stormi^to'j pected to hq'ev "n Vqitsc^f " rtiport ready ^or 'pollcef to Storms saidv' his-fu-ytl lion of the body, cation "* .-^iA- Hotel O'Shea July 15, the' recent high £*chi here looking for Job- 5 J, „.,.„ _.. O'Shea wn,s d?$crTbed Mary Mills, m'sil c}erkj!ja-«. a *!^ e ^M!l$ Faubus Open house at Pir.< Bluff; television appearance a Pine Bluff. Jones -Handshaking tour from Fort Smith to T«xarkana; tclevi sion appearance at Texarkcna. Senatorial candidate' schedule for today: McCiellan - DeWitt and Stutt gart. Chambers— Questionthon broadr casts at Helena, Forrest City, Osceola, Blytheville, Pocahontas, Walnut Ridge, Jlonesboro, Newport, Batesville. McMath ... ._ , Jonesboro, Trumann, Marked Tree, Tyron/.a, pirdeye, Cherry Valley, Hickory Ridge, Fisher, Waldenburg, Woiner, Hairisburfc'. England, Stuttgart, in , - -..,.,. .measures necessary to saieguara tax reductions lo be. given share- | reasons but hor mmdy said snc., -..security, defense, inde- holders onlheir dividends irom| was homesick. InnnHpi the General College, Dr Erickson is director of guidance. Promoted from assistant pi-ofes- sor to associate professor are Miss if/ Elizabeth Prinkloy, biology; Miss I holder stock. Choirman Aiken (R-Vt) ot the Senate Agriculturo Committee announced insl night he will seek Senate approval of acoinpiornise bin wnch woud auhtorize Ekfanor Gilliam, English; -Taylor flexible price supports between 80 education and psychology; | an(1 9fl ^ con t O f parity. Dolphus Whitten Jr., history, and Aiken was out voted in his com- Marjor.ic Winslow, business educa- lion - ): *iWI Miss Brinkley is also chairman of the Division of Biological Scienco in the General college. -Llndsey is director of student teaching. Whitten, now oiv leave for doctoral stu* dy, is director of extension services and Miss Winslow is acting direct- o^of extension services. Homecoming Aug. 1 at Zion Baptist Homecoming will be held at Zion Pgiptist church, five miles north of 0?an on the Bingen ro^d, Sunday 1. mittee, 'which recommended other year of 90 per cent supports for five basic crops: Wheat, com, cotton, rice and pen- nuts. Eisonhowei urged flexible supports between 75 and 90 percent of parity,but he has hailed the House action in voting for a modified plan in which crops would, ^.i range between 82'/ 2 and 90 per cent. The mother superior at' tho Quebec convent of the Servants of the Blessed Sacrament, which Marie entered a-; a postulant last November, said the 20-year-old girl left there Wednesday. Marie's pcndence and integrity. Foreign Minister Abdollah Elite- znm delivered the memorandum yesterday to Soviet Ambassador Anatoli Lnvrientiev. After receiving it, the .Red-faced Russian iLsa.ij. swepl -angvily out of the office brother-in-law, Maurico h „„„„„<-„,.„ —,,,„ „„,, H.T., Girouard, paid at his home her3 she arrived at her parents' home in Callandor, Ont., early :/cster- ^.,|brushed reporters aside and -drop 1 off without comment. The not;; was in rej 8 Heat Deaths in Arkansas This Year tfORT SMITH, Ark, (/n —Heat tonic three iives in Fort Smith Saturday, bringing tu eight the number of persons to die from hear in Arkansas this year. The high at Fort Smith Saturday was 108. County Coroner William H. Polk identified the dead as Bradley in uananuer, um.,;.«-•••<"' >'"7 complaint made 10 days age that! clay, accompanied by three brot. -| Jr . uUan Prt , mior Fa2O i| ah Zahec'.i ers and her quintuplet sister kmU- had . yen u _ g Anlbassad( . r Loy L "V , . , White, 61-year-old •epiy to a Soviet | lion workci . frolr Dr. A. C. Cobb of Little Rock, will teach the Sunday SvhPPl les^ £on at 10:30 a. m. and the Rey.iJ. of Little Rock, will preach PHONE 7-2123 a. m. Kept Money With Him; He's Robbed CAMBRIDGE, Md. l.TI Winnie M. Jones, 57, a frugal bachelor who mada thousands of dollars crabbing and oyster tonging but didn't trust banks to keep it for him, was near death and penniless today. Jack Loveless will have charge Neighbors, who heard his cries of e singing, starting at 2 p. m. for help ^arly yesterday, found Ail singers are invited. -SHE FAII.EP SUFFOLK Va. '{Jmily Jow, 16, under the watchful eye of & . state inspeqtor, pu,J}edh.er car ivi ' curb, start him lying in the kitchen of his neat four-room house at Bishop Head 30 miles south of here. He had been carrying between $5,000 Sheriff Waldo H. Robinson, who questioned Jones at the hospital 4uring one ol his rate peiiods y| consciousness, said, fa \g\d him he Henderson "c e r t a i n assurances; concerning the participation o f Persia Iran in the military -measures of the U. S. A. in the Near and Middle East." The United States would like to enlist Iran in the recant Pakistan- Turkey alliance, though no formal invitation has been issued. Continued on Page Three Local Guard Members Are Promoted Lt. Walter Salee announced today that the following enlisted men of Company A, 153d Infantry, Arkansas National Guard unit of Hope have been promoted: Hcrshel R. Johnson. Richard P. Hogue, Floyd L. Pharris, Jr., Fredrick A. Smith, J.ames R, Snell, Bpbby L. Leggelt, Paul Tefteller, m. Sunday, in a local hospital. Donald Blackwood Harvey L. Ful- She is survived by three sons, lerton, WilJiam F v . Guilhams, Char- Ruel, Eldridgq and Elvin of Hope; IQS R. Jordan, Charles W. Key Jr., two daughters, Mrs, Re* Bobo, Mrs, Lou Betts Dies Sunday at Age of 79 Mrs, Lou Betts, 79, died at 7 p. Herbert j. Lloyd, land. Mrs. Hugh Bobo, both Charles R. Proscott. James 'of Hope; two brothers, Lee Quillin E. Russell .Donald Worthy. James of Hope, and George Quiliin of Hen- |yj. Braden, Jimmy D. Burke, Jim- derson, Tex. my P.. Push, Harvey R. Marcum, | Funeral services will be held at Jajne? T. , &9X L, Nivons, g:3Q P, ro. Tuesday stabiliza- from Memphis; five- month-old Thomas E. Harmon of Oakland, Calif., and Joe T.Cald- well, 52, of Fort Smith. Argus Goney of Prescott Is Killed NEWARK, N. J, —Argus Gnney 20 of Prescott, Ark, • crew member o fthe U. S. S. Valley Forge docked at Norfolk V., was injured fatnlly on thr N. J/furn- pike in an accident near Mount Holly. He died in Burlington Cpunly Hospital Mount Holly. Three other persons weie ed in the mishap's the car in which they were riding went out o£ control and overturned. By WILLIAM W. HUGHES LITTLE ROCK ZUP) — A remodeled Francis Cherry became; a fiery orator today as he pounded home his, most telling campaign' blows \> before a cheering crowd oi 1.500 persons at Robinson Memorial auditorium Another 200 perspns were seated at the Marion Hotel to accomoi date the overflow at the $10 per plate breakfast in behalf -of the governor's bid for • re-electpn. The governor dropped his usual conversational style of speaking in favor of a fist-pounding Continued on Page Two Congress Is 'Discordant/ Fulbright , WASHINGTON tfl , — Arkansas junior senator yesterday described Congress' as the /discordant note" in America's foreign poliny, "I regret to'-5j!o some .senntois tnking such ,U 'f$>siiivo position ps to embarrass' tho jiidrninisti'alioi" Sen. Fulbriftht^m-Ark) told Opportunity Is Never Dead; Nice Old Lady of 82 Starts a Business and Makes It Go NBC-TV pnqe) Fulbrighl '$$ cent Senate-.,! the Press," opposed o re- 1' to bun foreign aid fur^sAo-^ranco' and Italy unless theyi'Mm -the 'Siu'opc-an Defense Cuirfrfiunity because sucl^ public dernari^g'pn other nations "makes it jrnjpQJssible for them tenet." "II theyj °it appears* cause you 4)1 jj Fulbright'fs diplomacy 93 more- with TJ< threats, The l\9 said, doing'it be- patened them,"' i j •' he th}nHs quiet thpn he sj»w By HAL BQYLE NEW YORK Ml Leaves from an oddity almanac: It is only people who are tally half-dead themselves complain, "opportunity is dead-" Opportunity is timeless. Take, the case of Mrs. AnnabeHo Mclntyre of Ligonier, Ind., who decided at b? she ought to have a new hobby, arid lejrned tP n>ak,e braided ,rugs. Ten years and ?0fl handmade rugs later she has turned her hobby into a tidy bus? mess, and at 82 she does her own chopping, cqpking and housework, and i^ sturdily Determined ^o go ' on 4oing these things "as 'lone ...... live- Hpw Hrt» men.t: What smokers do to themselves is one thing, but what they do to the forests remains a national djsgrace. Forest fires las); year dropped to a record iow bvt sti}l J54,i0Q forest fires burned over 0 million acres, and more than one out of evevy seven fires were started by careless smokers. get You Didn't Know That; on,e way to lose wcifht t* to go to the Equator, because of slightly '—- cred gravity a man who v 190 pounds at the north, pole wU3 be a pounvl lighter at tiie tor. The J '" s M {»lnt 9lh,ips o^ cpc&rji^he^ Jwp ' rid. military era Europe " ( viva }pf the W«fter|i world" urged that ^ovwl AroJjM? »dpp India Chester •, Bowles ' r be sent South Asia tp p.er«jj^c)e taHstlie -oeftC 4-t ' ™4 J -\ ,pV'ROff| - qHiCAqfe%J wp,mt\n who*/ flee of n'fm invpstigatedft Wied, .,„,, 'fhe VQrft«%', cord, ' friend wtalthy pffl a ttwftft %otl *d~ to -te quegj Klflyfia W Bhor^ff T^ffM. the- fa, ffteflMOi'j® AU thor^: www ;^,S T f 'fl^tfije."'" ~" -'.J.--' owtt Negro Held in Uwrel St Crosh Steve Browo,' i,§ IQ j«|H ^ere jon, , '$ I sT •• chRVfi?,flf :r

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