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T, MMWUTT a, mt Hatred of Nazis Fires Israeli Youths to Riot Uf> — Lingering of G«nua Hub flr«d a Mb <rf IflOO lii-MM youth* to *tortn )ki McKinney's S68-$t Profits keak Company? CouitMl Says 'No/ But Trustee* Want To Know About It PHILALELPHIA (AP)— Trustees t the defunct Empire Tractor torp. seek to determine today rhether a stock deal that netted Jemocratlc National Chairman "rank f. McKinney and others a »«« profit for every $1 invested re- aulted In the firm's bankruptcy. Frank Cohen, former company -tad, Is scheduled to be the chief witness at the hearing In the Federal Building office of Bankruptcy leferee L. Leroy Detain ger. But it Tam't certain Cohen would be •resent. J Subpena Issued A subpena ordering Cohen's ap- xsarance before the bankruptcy •eferee was Issued Dec. 19 but it ras not known whether it has been terved. McKinney and Prank H. McHale democratic national committeeman lave admitted that each made SM.OOC profit on $1,000 Investments n Empire stock thejr> held for 10 Jjjjpths. Others also benefitted sim- Joseph Sharfsin, counsel for Cohen, in s previously-issued statement, said Insinuations that the rtock deil caused the company to 'old "must be branded for Just what they are—obvious partisan, polltl- —ii, maneuvering." The Cohen attorney said the firm's bankruptcy was "entirely due to the fact that the Argentine gov- srnment ran out of dollars and defaulted on a contract for 7.000 trac- >ors after the company had made commitments hi reliance upon Bugs in Your TV Set May Be Real Ones WBW YORK (AP)—Your tele- let may have some meal "bugs" in It but, then . your trouble: may be due Ml bug with' a liking for *,**- Brown-Banded cock- naeK, th» Nation »l ; Pest Con trof Association said today, and It's a re«f menace' to owner* of video •eta. . . "Shortly after people started buying TV ftlf, they would complain of seeing- this pest." said J. f. Wmburgh of Washington, D. C., former director of rodent control for the District of Columbia. "The roach got In between the picture tube, and the window of the cabinet," Winehurgh said. "One person OLW Eddie Cantor dancing, with a reach keeping time!" Tlw stubborn bisects are «et- tftnz. ki comparative comfort, In many of the nation's estimated H.WO.OOO TV seta, the Association »ay». Th« heat from th» vacuum tubes keeps the roaches warm. TJnllke other species of the same pest, they Ilk* higher tempera- turea. fcjjfcw feast happily on excess 8|k:e In the cabinets. They also Hke grease, crumbs, and dirt. Tn fact, the advent of teleTi- alon has provided the Brown- Banded Cockroach with K new kind of social security, because TV «t! ran be dismantled only by experts and exterminating this pest te a real problem. However, the bug's dont harm the set. The Association reported that the cockroach formerly was found hi tha fruit stands of Key West, Fla., then migrated north and west, appearing as far as Lincoln, Neb., and Dallas. Tex. CrIralMl Falsification The first attempt to make the falsification of trade marks a crime was in the British Trade Marks Act of 1862. according to the encyclopedia BiiUnnica. px ^ilwavg a D Phone 4filt Show Starts Week«»T» 7:00 S»L-S»n. 1: Always a Double Feature Wednesday . Technicolor Sport Short ft Short About Texaa .he Knesset Parliament tali night -n a riot which left more lh»n 300 persons Injured. Polic* fought i two-hour battle with clubs, tew gai and «nots fired nto the air to keep the mob out ot the Knesset cession. T»n poflca- men and live civilians were hos- sttallzed with inuries. Eighty-two other policemen were hurt. Seventy Are Arrested Seventy suspected of rioting were arrested. The rioters were protesting a proposal to open direct talks with Germany over claims of about H4 billion dollars in money and goods tor reparations to dispossessed Jews. The claims so far have been pre.ssed only through the Big Four occupy- ng powers in Germany, Rioters Follow Belgln Police said the rioters were followers of Menachem Beigih, leader of the Herut party. Herut succeeded the anti-British underground organization, Irgun Zvai Leum!. The riot forced a two-hour suspension of Parliamentary debates, which lapsed into uproar. . Rioters used tear gas, which a iireeze carried into the lace ol po- Uce, Stones broke many of the windows in the Knesset building. Knesset Member-Hurl One stone injured Haran Rubin, Knesset member. Tear gas wafted through broken windows, but most deputies stayed In their seats with tears streaming. When Beigin. a member of the Knesset, started to speak, Prime Minister David Ben-Ourion cried: What about your hooligans outside?" Beigin shouted, "You're a hooligan yourself." He defied the speaker's instructions to withdraw the ramark,' saying he could be slopped "only by force." MIAMI, Fla. </]>) _ New developments were promised today In the disappearance of Mrs. Hughuelte LeMay, 21-year-old Canadian beauty missing since Friday. Sheriff's Deputy JaJnes O. Barkr of Monroe County, leading the investigation, predicted a "new de- elopznent which may change our 'hole concept of the case," but sale! t might be 24 hours before maters come to a head. Ho declined to elaboyitc. Opening Statement in Costello Trial Due in New York Today U.of A. Graduate School's Jordan Has Resigned FAYETTEV1LLE. Ark. OF, — Dr. John Clark Jordan, dean emeritus of the University of Arkansas Graduate School has announced his resignation. Dr. Jordan, associated with the university since 1918. : will become a national representative of I,amb- da Chi Alpha social fraternity. He said yesterday he would leave his post here Feb. 1. Dr. Jordan had been dean of the university's School of Arts anc Sciences and head of the Speech and English Departments. He was given an emeritus In retiremenl rank in 1949. He formerly taught at the University of Illinois and was an exchange professor,of English to the University of Oslo, Norway. NEW YORK W — Government and defense counsel will make ipenlng statements today at the trial of gambler prank Costello, charged with contempt of the U. S. Senate. A'Federal Court jury'of ten men and two women, and two alter- lates. was picked In two hours as .he trial started yesterday. Costello. clapper, 60-year-old al- eged head of R crlmo syndicate, is scheduled to lake the' witness stand In his own defense later in the week. He was Indicted for refusing to answer a number of questions' last spring before the U. S. Senate Crime Committee then headed by Sen. Estcs, Kefauvcr D-Tenn. He faces a possible maximum penalty Sum net Welles to Wed NEW YORK. Wi—Former Undersecretary of State Stunner Welles and former Austrian Baroness Harriet Post Wilson von Jeszensky wil be married here today. RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark> Tuesday 'Silver City 1 Edmund O'Brien Yvohe de Carlo Warner News & Shorts Wednesday & Thursday 'ELEPHANT STAMPEDE' Bomba the Jungle Boy NEW Aii : Conditioned By Refrigeration "Your Community Center" MANILA, ARK. Matinees Sat. & Sun. Phone 58 Tuesday 'HOMETOWN STORY" Jefferey Lyim Wednesday & Thursday "SUNNY SIDE OF THE STREET" Frankie Laine Terry Moore "• mmma^m^^mmmumum Inn .......MmiMUgltMt.^^, _ ITALY SHOWS HER JETS—Italy's new Fiat G-80 jet fighter takes off on its flrst Bight test o( Foggia military airport. Equipped with a British DeHaVilland turbo-jet engine, the G-80 climbed 20,000 feet in eight mmutus. gained a rinrir.nntal Krapri nf *^n mil** nr>r hnur TV,.. 4 a t 1. Q »*r,i,t ta --no— . * ....j.-... *-^n,ijj^juu null a U111J3I1 lycl lavlll AiJU UlrLMJ-jd engine II1C (J-OU CUmDCQ 20,000 t«et in eight minutes, gained a horizontal speed of 550 milei per hour. The jet is about 39 feet lone, hat wing span of SS tttt. 'Deve/opments' Expected in Missing Wife Case Raymond Daoust. brother of the missing girl, reported he and Hugh- uette's husband, 26-year-old George LeMay, found evidence that the young woman was seen Saturday afternoon about 28 miles west of Miami on the Tamiami Trail. She was fishing off Ihe Overseas Highway from Miami to the Florida Keys when she vanished. Daoust arrived Sunday from Mon- teral to aid In the search. He. said "Smokey" Morris, operator of a fishing camp at Prog City, loin him the girl and a young couple in a Jeep station wagon stopped at his camp Saturday afternoon and spent a_ii hour there. Morris said the group went for a short boat ride and then drove west toward Port ! Myers. Diioust said that when Morris was shown a picture of Hu»huoUe, he was positive it was she. fines If convicted. The defendant was indicted on nine couts for refusing to tell the probers his financial worth and political connections and on two tot- twice walking . out of the hearing room. He had pleaded Illness. During the jury-picking, Costello appeared to be deliberately keeping his hands under the defense table. Those were the hands which became widely known on television screens when he refused to have his face televised during the Senate committee hearings. At tinges, he seemed bored with the proceedings. Occasionallv, how-- " his jury box. He once laughed aloud ever, he folded or • unfolded and looked intently at . . -..—...,....,.. r>i.>iti,vj j«.j WJA, ne uiice laug of 11 years In jail and 411,005 in at a humorous exchange France Is Seeking New Prime Minister PARIS W) — President Vincent* Auriol worked today at the task of finding a Prime Minister for * "•$. 'Spies' Sentenced France. It looked as If the nation would be unable, to act decisively on grave Intel-national questions for B month or more. Premier Rene Pleven and his center-coalition Cabinet resigned last night after a 341-243 defeat in -the National Assembly on their 1952 budget proposals. The Cabinet remained as a caretaker government ' until Aurlo! could find successors. WARSAW, Poland W)—A military wurt sentenced five Poles to death last night alter they pleaded guilty to charges of being "spies sent into Polsnd by the American intelligence service." Black' was the favorite color for automobiles during the depression years. The trend today is toward lighter 1 colors for passenger cars. HAL lOYLE'S COLUMN Today's Daniel Boone Is the Suburbanite on America's Last Frontier NEW YORK W - Th. Daniel eslc In the city, «nd he U a prison- rv^np fit tnXo\, \m fVl« C1.U,._U-_I.. -..__.. . ..... f*lin/l» Bulldozers Save Iron Ore Town By 'Snow-Piling' SEPT 1LES, Que. W) _ Thre snow-piling bulldozers last, night saved this Eatewny to Canada's ---- ...... „ „,=„„ huge Uneava iron ore deposits cemetery In and older suburb be- . today is the suburbanite. He inhabit; America'* )ut frontier — the suburbs. And it it the only frontier tn our country's h!s- . that Is increasing Insteid of dwindling. A suburb is one of those vague populated place* you get lost in when you drive out of a big city. Where they come from nobody knows, but every year motorists ijtort more and more of them. They usually bear such quaint names as Quagmire Heights or Swampvllle - on - the - Rappahannock. There seems to be no pnr- ticular reason why they spring up In nny place. There is a report thai once a railroad pulling out of a cily paused courteously to let a cow cross the track. Before the train started up some enterprising real estate dealer wandered by, stuck up a sign saying "Bovine Meadows," and started selling lots lo the passengers. The Things In common Suburbs vary, but they usually have these things In common: An --••--•- store, two liquor stores, lour real , estate offices, one taxi you can never get when you need it, and a railroad station that closes on cold nights whenever the ticket seller sees a lone wayfarer who wants warm. You also to : come in and get usually find a fresh from destruction by a million-dollar fire. With water supplies frozen over by IS-bclow-zero weather, the bulldozers smashed' inflammable buildings from the fire's path and threw lip snowbanks to twice starve out the flames. Damage, though estimated at more than one million dollars, was confined to a group of business buildings in the heart of Ihe little port town of 3.600 persons. First reports said there were no casualties and only one family was homeless. U. S. Identifies More Casualties WASHINGTON (/P)-Tlie Defense Department today identified 131 additional battle casualties in Korea. A new list NO. 474 reported 29 killed, 79 wounded, 8 missing In action and 16 injured. H also listed four dead who were previously reported missing. :ause the natives don't like the d c a of having the newcomers juried beside their own vanished (In, They figure It Is bad enough !hat they have to live with these Johnny - come - latelys — but whs should a real cttdtimer have to share his gravyard, too? Home for Children The average suburbanite be comes one because he feels "th city Is no place ot raise children. So he buys a brightly painted home in the suburbs too big for a dollhouse and tn small to shelter •< St. Bernard dog. Here he and his happy swarming brood live In the same kind o Intimacy and harmony visible In a wrestling ring. He becomes j pilgrim between his home in the hinterland and hi Oytters and scallops are lazy members of the seafood world In their native clement they lie on one side, whereas most other bivalves live erect, standing on the edges of their shells. us dollars more TO assure you a dependable water supply through the years which he ahead, krge sums must be spent within, the next QCC3C1P, f!,, E " S 4 5 i? e f r fi. W u°,, ha T, e been a PP raisi "g our national needs figure that the bill will run over three billion dollars for Ihe country as a whole. And that's just for physical equipment and installations— thats just for (he THINGS which make up a water supply system. What about (he MEN who makes these things function? '' How much should we pay for their knowledge, their experience and, above all, their unceasing vigilance? Everything: about a water works involves big moncv except the remuneration of the men responsible for its dependable operation. Perhaps no other enterprise in America puts more «ol- emn responsibilities upon men and pays them less for accepting Our people have been fortunate (hat so many able anil conscientious men have been willing to accept these responsibilities in he face of the low financial rewards their services command. Hut their numbers grow fewer as the cost of living mounts. Already, water systems are finding it difficult (o enrol) and hold on to younger men qualified for advancement lo key execul.ve jobs. The will to serve is (here but it withers in the face of a doilar thai has lost almost half its purchasing power in the course of a decade. Satisfaction in discharging i great public, responsibility wl(h honor unfortunately doesn't heat the house or clothe the children or buy food for (he table. r of ti» railroad that links them. Th«T«»re two big events In hla ear ~ the days when they ch»ng« he timetable and provide him with >ew reading matter. Paint of a Farm The suburbanite has all the pains a farmer and few of the joys the urban dweller. In summer to work bee-stung and Soviet Deputy Premier Is 50 M*Uitk«v HMwr*4 •y Party, fntt MOSCOW «V-0*>r«i if. T rill,i koV, deputy premier tt the fewM Union, became W y*ari old today —and tee goTernment, Ooaa party, and pr*M marked hU vtrsary with * warmth (tut M him a»ide at something »p«ial ta the Russian hierarchy. Newspaper! publiihoa M( pi*. ture« on front paco. The fovern- ment awarded him MM Order «< of of overborne with poison ivy," com" plaining, "a new bug ruined my rarden last night. I fed DDT to the bugs «nd they Just cried for more." Winter strikes him with a pecu- lar virulence. He finds that the only thing free In the suburbs Is the air, and .sometimes there IB too much of' it alter October. But when he staggers Into work on January mornings, pinching his frost- jltten nose and ears, he only mutters manfully: "My. the fresh air was like wine today out where I live." Frozen wine) Debt Snows Him Under Bad weather snows him in. debt snows him under. He thought taxes would be low when he moved to the suburbs, but that was he/ore the city council decided (o pave Ihe streets and build a new high school. But your true suburbanite is » hardy soul. He Is as much of n frontiersman a.s Daniel Boone or Kit Carson. They at least rmd a knife. There is nothing between him and disaster but his wits — nnd.a cold paper mortgage. Traffic Driv« Him Craw He got out ol the city because the traffic drives him crazy, and finds that It Is as hard to park car in a suburban shopping district as It is In times square. He yearned for nelghborliness, and the guy who moves in next door buys dog to bit his children. The suburbanite gamely sticks It out, however, until the mortgage Is paid and the kids reared. Then he sells his house to a new frontiersman, and tells his wife: "Come on, honey, let's move back to the city—and start living again.' And ever after that If you mention fresh air tn him he gets violently ill, lor when a man reirei Lenin, highest Soriet oeeonOon. Th* Central Committee of MM Communist party and the rwent'i Council of Mlnliteri mit arMtten praising him U a "true pupl! of 11 felon* ftfbttr for — - - a prowge of frt- mler Stalin. He boMtt the partr machinery, which Stalin »to eon- 'rolled in hii rise to power. 'rom the frontier he leavei tt fer- ever. l*nin" and lommunism. Malenkor is ilho« Apr! A**** M*y come' yew way tut are they* ORSBURN'S SUPPLY Plurnbmq - Hc I W18-20 W Main St Pl-cn. J703 BUTHeVlUE ARK ! JOHN DEERE DEALER to FARMERS and THEIR ENTERTAIN FAMILIES iOHN DEERE DAY " Thurs. Jan. 10 "GAMHAD JONES" WITH RICHARD CRANE, MARJORIE LORD, ELIZABETH PATTERSON, AND JONATHAN HALE A full length feature picture, "Galahad Jones", will highlight the parade of «n- (ertainment to be staged for farmers and their families who attend (he 16(h annual John Deere Day show as guests of Missro Impicmcni Co. on Thursday, January 10th, at the Roxy Theater. "Galahad Jones" centers around a farmer's son, recently graduated from law school, who thwarts the ef- forfs of a big-time crook to profit from his political connections. It is a present- day problem picture with a moral and plenty of laughs for good entertainment. Richard Crane, playing the part of "Galahad Jones" is ably supported by iMar- jori* Lord, Elizabeth Patterson, Jonathan Hale, Ed Brophy, and four other Hollywood personalities. Five other new pictures art included in the fast- moving program, according to Bill Hurt. Ofi« of (he films, "The Big Payoff, features Tom Gordon, head of the memorable Gordon clan, who has been so popular in previous John Deere Day pictures. Another picture, "Oddities in Farming", is patterned after last year's popular film of the same name. "What New for '52" will acquaint those in at- tendance with new John Deere implements »nd » sure lo prove of interest to every farmer and his family. "The March of Harvest Time" and "Voices of Experience"—the two movie* that complete the program, deal with subjects close to the heart of every farmer. Admission will be by ticket, and farmers who har* not yet rscsiveu theirs may obtain them by calling in person *t Missco Implement Co. on South Hjwty 61. Remember, that's this coning Thursday, January 10 at th« Roxy Theater. Show starls at 9:30 in the mom* Ing. MISSCO IMPLEMENT CO. South Hi way 61

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