Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 24, 1958 · Page 1
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To City Subierlbirs! If ysif fall 18 gsf ydtir Star pilose fg|gpH8fl§ 7*3431 by 6:§S p. PH. and a spgelal \vill deliver yaup paper, Knift * For Raportf §ss Galuffifi at Bdttem af iOTH YEAR: VOL. 66 =-NO. 10 ifsr if Msw, ii*i fun llif M.MI/ 1»J» HOPS, ARKANSAS,, FRIDAY, OfiTOIIft 24, 19B§ 'X<*ffi6*Pt the Aiifttlditrf FrfH i AadlF SuM«U 6f Aft Ni? Paid tHtl. S msi. »«dl«S Siflt. 36, l*St - J,4ft8 Farmers Told Forest Good Income Source Many farmers cotild add A substantial amount to their income by propcriy mahagirtg farm Woodlands, This was brbught out at the 3Tot-» cstry Visiting Day here today by F. M, Meade, forester with the University of Arkansas, on a tour .^ forest research projects at the Southwest Branch Agricultural Ex* periment Station. Cecil Bittle, aS« sistant director in charge of the station, presided over the program. Over 250 persons attended. A woodland at the station typical of the pine or pine-hardwood lands of this region was cited as an example of a woodland that had l becn cultivated into a profitable crop from an acreage heavily cut over and severely burned before f s acquisition. During the past 10 ears the 25.7 acre woodland has produced an average annual cut of 246 'board feet an acre with a tota. roadside value of about $3,200, Meade said. Additional annual growth for the period that v, '3 cut averaged 126 board feet, making a total of 372 'board feet an acre. •Other highlights of the tour, which /began at 10 a.m. were seed source and species evaluations, '^|ash pine and woodland density studies, pine spacing test and mocha 'cal and chemical hardwood coniiol. , ' Dr. Robert Zahaner, ,wilh :the Southern Forest Experiment Station, Crossett, started the afternoon iprogram with a discussion of soil site classification for pino lands. "When timberland is adequately stocked with trees over 20 or 30 jj^car oid, its productivity is easily Assessed by measuring tr>e trees, Much forest land, however, is not adequately stocked. Estimates of pine site quality in young stands, open fields, cut-o\ v er '-forests, and upland hardwood types must be based on soil and topographic features,'' he summarized. He explained soil features to look for in estimating, pine''site quality, how to recognize and measure these features, and how they affect pine growth. Dr. ! Zahncr otit- TTined the application of a hand- Ibook he wrote on field procedures for soil site classification and gave a field demonstration: Jn telling about pine tip moth controls, Dr. Lloyd Warren, a&so- cialc entomologist with the University, compared the relative effectiveness of five insecticides that were applied with a compressed aid sprayer. On the basis of tree growth, he Ranked them this way in the order of their relative performance; (DDT, maluthion, enclrin, and sevin. /Toxa phone resulted in the loss of growth. Gordon Barnes, Extension cnto- mologibt, elaborated on the over- al linscct situation. He named three groups of insects as being most .troublesome;' Bark 'beetle, reproduction weevils, and turpentine hectic, He recommended mtinage- .nient practices and chemical con%Vol for these pests. Also participating in the pro» gram was Truman -Pfifcr ot the 'Arkansas State Forestry Commjs* ; sion. Wo discussed management Continued on Page Three Interprets o Low on New Orleans Nudes OftLEANS (AP) - is It against the law for a woman in New Orleans to Wear nothing above her waist in public"? The district attorney's office Says no unless Iheru is a lewd performance. The city attorney's office dis* agrees and says, a dty ordinance (prohibits "indecent or lewd pub' (lid personal exposure of the fc* (male breast," The city ordinance also manes Itian offense to view anything like that, The question arose after polit'o had arrested a barmaid in a Canyt (Street bar, Constance Rushing, 20. ;lor working while nude from the waist up. Her employer also was Arrested, The district attorney's office refused Wednesday to accept the complaint in state court. So police Hied the charges In city court T hursday. The case Will be trie^l later. Weather 4 Experiment Station 'report for ",><!- hours ending at 7 a. m - Friday, High 77, Low 47; No precipitation, Total 1958 precipitation through September, 46,1? inches; during the sarrie period a year ago, 55,30 inches, THi By THg McClellan in Attack on U. S. Court DE WITT, Ark. (AP) — Sen. 'John L. •-McClellan (D-Ark) delivered a sweeping allack on the 'U.S. Supreme Courl in a speech •here last night. He. charged the high court had disregarded the Constitution and established its own concept of society in making desegregation rulings. Before the court intervened McClcllun told a meeting of the Arkansas Rice Promoters Assn.. indiidual states had Iho right lo run local affairs - ,-— .especially school matters, "But the Supreme Courl. outmoded ?thc Constitution." Me- Clollan said. The senator added thai. ....is criticism of the high court mijrht "pul him in the doghouse al Washington." "But if I'm there, just let them go ahead and dig It on down to the cellar," he told an applauding audience. McClcllun said he respected the courts- but they should operate under the fundamentals laid down in the Constitution. ^'Hc said- no court should set up a soeiely the Constilution did nol recognize, On another topic, the senator struck al Paul Butler, national chairman • of the Domocratlo Party, McClellan said Butler's recent criticisms of the South on racial matters wrc ;ridiculous, "I'm Democrat and I intend to remain a Democrat," McClellan asserted, "but I'm not- going to let Paul Butler make me the kind of Democrat he Is." i Theme of the senators address to the 400 farmers and rici 1 growers at the meeting was "instability," lie discused what hf termed instabilities of, t h e judiciary, labor, United-Stoles fiscal affairs, and international relations, He recommended dropping iho greatest portion of foreign aid. declaring that , three-fourths of such aid was being thrown away. McCJellan said he voted for U>" Marshall' Plan but it had beconr* obvious that the Uniled States could not buy friends, Lasting worjd peace is not jn sight, McCleJlnn said. Ho cited an arms race in weapons, Technology and education and expressed a belief Ijial "those who control out er space will control the world." McCJellan assailed Teamsters Union President James Hoffa. He said Hoffa wants to get'..control ol all major unions and warned that any such drive must be'b)oel>< od or the nation would" b'e crippled, RESCUED — Johnny Carrnlchael, two-year-old son of an oil company district tnanngcr near Magnolia, Ark,, Is held by his father after being rescued from nn 11-foot-deep hole near his home. The hole had been dug for a lightning rod to protech oil storage tanks. Some 50 oil field workers hand'dug a sloping trench to reach the tra|jpijd bay. Dr. Chnrles A. Kelly examined the boy at the scene and said he appeared uninjured. — NEA Xelsphoto rajr) Albuquerque, clear <j*\tlanla, cigar r 8i?nwPk, clear Boston, win 8uff*4°, cleay Chicago, cloudy « Cleveland., glcar Penvpr, c|ear PCS Moinesj clear Petrpit, clear Worth, clear .Indianapolis, plea.!' Kansas pit/, clear , elcu.d.y Memphis, ejoar cloudy pricans,- qlpar yprk., j?lp pk,lal W m,jrC(ty HigbUwPr, 57 '55 ~.94 70 4(3 78 54 ' 46 2§ 57 5? l f pl' B8 W -05 68 47 T G3 50 40 70 34 Ql 37 6B 4§ 80 6J, P7 §? OS 42 ?B~ 45 71 6Q 72 5,1 74 50 $q 50 S5. 4S SQ 43 0g ' fiQ ,P3 Couple Almost Dies Together CITY (AP< -Mr. Mrs. J, C. Jacobs were siv- ing a dinner party for th,e}r daugh; tor «nd soiiriivlavy, ' Puj'ing the meal, Jacobs su£» fered a heart atteul^ and died. "I^vapl to go too. I can't live \vith,out rum," his \vife' sobbed, a? er daughter tiled to oorufprt hep, Mrs, /acgbs gojlapsed and ilhin mjnutps, she was dead- TJW> powplp, both JO, had 47 year?. Four KiM in Car-Truck Crash hit a bridge iniy tfte psih , of tvwlor-tnick near t FPW Negro wen JA,UIP r were kjlled xvjien the (»'» # PfaS^Pjl Blether, Jruclj 4rJV^ s^eferi wily a ^ligiil j?§ Wife, SP The Beastly Bears Are at It Again HOXIE, Ark. (AP) —. Those .'bears ambled nito a cotton field near Hoxie yesterday and a group ol pickers took; off in a hurry. It happened on the j;.S, Fcltoiv farm-about .two miles oast ofvherc. near Jonesboro. Some 20 miles away, bears made., visits Monday and Tuesday. The" first got inlo a chicken-yard and the householder drove the bruin away with h shove). And the second benv walked inlo a residential area, causing concern < and a police decision lo shaol any lurther invaders. ' So lar no injuries lo humans by, bears have been reported. Mrs. 'Nova Jewel D oW'd y , daughter of. farmer F«lton, said none of Ihc pickers in the 1 cotton liold could describe the animal in detail, "They left loo fast and v/.re loo scarqd,'\sl)e. v said, ^ "A ' lot"' of p'crsohs in Ihis area arc wondering wheic Ihe bears come Jrom, Arkansas' Game & Fish Commission recently imported some black bears from Minofota for the announced purpose of giving variety to wildlife. But Nelson Co.x, director of '.he commission, agreed with earlier slalemenls by Tom Hull, education director of the agency, thai the Jonesboro bears were not among the 28 imported, Cox said descriptions of the Jonesboro bears don't tally with characterislics of the Minnesota bruins, and both Jonosboro and Hoxie are loo dislanl Irom Ihq Bajd r Knob area where the com-' mision reloi sed its bears, He said it would be permissible to kill a bear molesting person? or property although il is illegal lo hunt the,animals in Arkansas, Cox added a warning, to anyone firing at a bear; Make it o telling shot because a wounded bruin call be mighly dangerous, , Truman Backs - on Segregation BOSTON (AP)— Former Prosl. dent Harry S. Truman braved tin* wrath of Southern Democrats laM. mght by making ji abundantly cjear the Supreme Courts school integration decision has his full packing. -With an eye to the 1800 presi'' dential ejection as well as lo ne,--;t month's congressional, contests, h 1 ? told a rousing party rally here the decision is not only the tew but "it is morally 'right," The address, in which he accused, President Eisenhower of dodging his "moral responsibility" ^ to support the Court, wound up /Ihe scrappy, Missovirjan's lOnPi campaigning, except for a final speech at\Sl.' Louis Nov. 1, By 'failure to gjye "proper load- prship' at the • ' 'proper tjnie" ov?r the last four years, Tru,ir,a,n &aid, the \ya.y was lel| wide open for a wave of violence <by ''crackpots «and e.xtrem,i$ls,* '"fhe President/' Truman said, ^o q pppering crowd that oytH 1 - flpyypd, thp Scra ( i}lpn.>.f j??a\s main bsjjro.om . , .. joining rooms, - l 'liHs, v |ijev'r)',toid ihf: nalipi} » thsjt, H?- v jhejjcxyed\ the.* Supreme Court' ,deg%on; ,^s ' morally righi, - ' '',>-• i Jf*^ • "• has' c'i j,n§ i[he has' his yJj5^/-X9rj-it»fll subject," hi? ,O\VR yipws. '-Triiman said. ire* iji. Voc VUh. those of £od. J Jq. * MIGrtT.'WED TOWNSEND— Close frlends~'of former Group Capt. Peter-Townsend, one-time boyfriend of Britain's Princess Margaret, said in Paris that he might vved-'Bclgiari photographer Marie-Uur.e JarnBUue. Shols preatfhtly a'oconipanylng.' Townsend on his world tour. — NEA Telephoto FOR LITERATURE — Bus sian poet and Novelist Boris Pasternak whose novel Dr, Zhiyago" has beon banned in Russia, won the $41,250 Nobel Prize for Literature, it was an- npunced in Stockholm, Sweden, Pasternak was the f'rst Russian in 25 years to win th$ award, — NEA Tehiphoto Rockefeller, Nixon Dine in New York . by TH.,75 ASSOCIATED pflESS Vice President Nixon and Nelson Rockefeller, a polential Republican presidential rivals fur 1WJO, p-ieakfasiod together todav. flo'h Jnsi'jtd4, |hey weren'l even thinking about things on the other, bide of this year's election, ' TlK' -h u r m o n y • deioonttraiion ,W.as hastily set' up in New York Oily.-'after a» episoUe Thursday jughl in which Rockefeller, GOP Minister Is Trapped in a Woman's Room OAKLAND, Calif. (AP)—A lisl:-' 'minister resigned Thursday after•"telling police of. his entrap- menl in a former prostitute's bedroom by her husband and another man, He accused the trio of tit- tempting extortion. : Officials of the First Baplist Church of Oakland withheld Im- mdcllale acceptance ol Dr. Ronald K. Adams' resignation saying "this is no time for hasty judgments." The shapely woman defied tak-| ing' part in an extortion plot and declared: "I've always had a strong desire for him." Adams, 3G,. father of three, told police he was svilh Mrs. Virginia •McPerren, 28, in her 'bedroom Tuesday night when her husband, Ronald, and Ronald Lawrence popped out of a closet with f)a;ih camer.as. ..,,'' 'fltiy' smip'iiod piclures,' lhe'mU.< ister said, then threatened exposure to his wife and congregation unless he gave them $0,000. McFerren, 2B, unemployed Oakland boiler operator who wcnl uiv dor the name of "Jack Michaels," has a pretty criminal record dat-' ing back to 4947, police said •Mrs, MeFerrcn was arrested in 1940 and 1953 on prostitution charges. Police said Lawrence, 30, an unemployed carnival worker from nearby San Leandro, has a roc ord of arre.sls going back to 1943 and was set to Alascadero Slat,e Hospilal in 1955 as a sex psycho ' path, • The three were jailed on charges ol conspiracy and attempted ex.- lortion. They denied the charges/ McFcrron declared lie hacl sot Ihe trap in order to gel evidencp itiv a divorce, , Mrs, McFerren said she "had been going lo Dr, Adams ior in» Pinratiorul advjce once a week during the three years he has ijcen in Oakland, "J love him," she declared. "I've always had a strong desire for hi'm,' Dulles Charges China Throwing Up Roadblocks By JOHN M. HloHtdWER -1 WASHINGTON (AP) — Secretory of Slate Dultos charged lodiiy iho Chinese Communists nre trying to "throw roadblocks' In thr» way of efforts to pacify the Formosa Strait. Dulles rnnrio the acetisnlloii in a statement at the White Itoitsc 1 Me had ,|usl rt'portud to President Eisenhower on his conferences with President Chiang Kai-shek of Nationalist China. Tile secretary said the Communists arc trying to achieve domination of Iho western Pnclflc by combined use of military niirl propaganda means but he declared Ills confidence thai their effort!) will be defeated. "All of the free countries of the Far East Increasingly rotili/e tljal Chinese Communism is a mortal danger," lie said. "They are threatened by the manifest power of Iho ^nilcil Stales and our stand against ru- deal in tlie face of armed aggression, "The will of the free peoples of Asia to resist Chinese Communism intrusions is, 1 judge, more solid than ever before.' fieturning from his conferences with Chiang. Dulles reached hero after midnight, lie reported to Eisenhower after a few hours of rest. He and Chiang had juinecl Thursday in a statement in which the Nationalists renounced the use of force as a means of returning to the Red-ruled mainland. Woman Tries to Pet Lion/ Arm Broken POMONA, Calif. (AP) — An African lion broke apd gashed a woman's arm when she reached into its cage to pet it. Thu boast was shot to dea,U) Thursday by He ownc,r when blows with a two-by-four Jailed |o maKe it lelease Mrs, Mary Somervijlo's arm. Mrs.' Sumerbillc and friends had ijone to the home "of Jack Wilder to see his lion. Wildei ts starting* '•••• the children in nearby a zoo for Chino. Fisherman Safe After 5 Days Afloat ST. P 1ST nRSB UHC, Fin ^j sea-we[y.'yA'ti{illPrrr%?i i 'safety today afler five days on a yellow raft, the last 24 hours willi his dead skipper, Alvin Turner was reported in generally good condition at Mound Park Hospital where he wns taken (API Hope Fades for 91 Miners Trapped by Violent Rock Shift lor observation. Kescue came too late for Iho captain of the Virginia M u>, Frank Devnne, He died 24 hours before the fishing boot Jackie C. made tl»> pick up 05 miles off St. Petersburg in the Gull of Mexico, The Coast Guard Cutter Nemesis docked this, morning with Turner. The Jackie C, took Do- vtmo'jj bony lo Tampa ' LI. Crndr. W. G. Putridgo, skipper ol the Nemesis, said the Vir- 1 gmia Mae had broken up and had sunk Saturday night during a told Palridge the raft storm. Turner carried no food or water. They subsisted, he said, by catching 'fish with their hands. ' The 50-foot cliesel-powered cjaft svas iyhl seen Saturday afternoon about SO miles off Ceda.r Key, headed noithwesl for Stoinhat- chce, the men's home, with J.900 pounds af lish caught in the Gulf, The ryft was spotted about 90 miles .south of lhat point by n search plane. The Coast guard ciuortcd the two fishing boats the scene. Grocery Store by Fire to Ifarri? neighborhood grocery on Bell SUoct was damaged by firo late yo(,te<day afternoon. Local firemen put out the blaze. The (•lore is located near the handle mill. Around Town fy>Th§ fur governor, didn't iend a (tinner for Nixon. (he Jiope High band on that spepiaj I train to Conway byl the goal looks j far. far Mway » . Ihe ^gand Moth' jcrs. are .appealing, for yio public Afterward Ihe vice preside oiw help gut by, purchasuig.railway hurmd awuy to patch a plan furl tickets for niembqrs . ,, (> o.n.^d.own. "Wisconsin to cwry on \v?" slain- j town business house p.iu'e.ha.iie.d 10 bang' campaigning for, election ft tickets for the band yVstcrdfiy ': fi'ffoiis are being made to take! inenls will be discussed lay Hxipe Republican Congress in thw voting a week from -Tpesdt.y. Spipe pemqprats* were lurnitsj.' others fife asked lo help as as they can , , . just Band, building oflice if you campaign' 'guns more airect;y o-iito aid,... incidcnlally the President us 'leader ot their opposition, with M\ actus>a- tJ(?n that |ie has shij'ked lead-'-'- sjip ;n the schpoj ^n^egraliw} con- tho ( democrats had own,'- jnleipa.l scjualjbtes tp for the train is 3QO, says Jack. |in4 Uia^ many tickets have to sold by next 'J'uesday . . , Jack says the -gposters club meetings will meet in the jiow pn l wuh, -roan^auj, M; ir- was Sevvlee. Quilds Qf Jp'jrsj vtt?*",* * -*"a,* SfS* **^7*> f * jiiv*^ y-"*r "" ' ,'"<fj^v" ^ -«i-i-- •pn-—-r™~' «v» »B y •--. plaining' Thuji-sday pight that he Me^dist pjiureh invites ih,e ^9 \v%$ b|;m§ '"•SmaUiai'ea." He ty. [ He- tp, pjtend. a forurrj on, '^aqyv r/r.,,,.,^1 „„ „ ».,n'<—^ IL-— /••..«.-,» Ywr 4'n««plroents" j,o be yotedJo^l in thp t>pnc*rnl nlprtiinn nftyl mnnllV fer|'gq[ 51,0.4 ^U-ii'orp- Sea,, Gwor^e ^ffMM«s ; gf : ,^:: er JH ip, % g^cy^j, attorneys, John , Wilson, o, y, Nunn Jr. and Talbot feild Jr. at Hope City Hall, Tuesday, October gg at 7:30 p. in, Olin Lewis, Commander of lie-Huddleston A'Jierjgan Po^t and Adjutant Uoycp p^rger, attended the ^•$(jmiT<-'l .supper" of the yhiti'post last night . , , incidental ly Legion members are urged to their §4.25 dues to either OUn or Raymond ^0403 at Cit' jzens Natipna| Contiact on Jlighwsy 13 fyom Co- lymbus to S^aratog.a will t?P let th.e m of the paved to Saratoga, was wiU cost S^IUNaltlLL, N.S. (AP) — A violent shift bt rock In the depths of n coal rn I ho today trapped Bl men, six ot Ihcin supervisors. Hope of rcsClte grew cllmniof by Ihc hour, minors hntl reached safely, One body was recovered, A company spokesman ibetaledly announced that six supervisors wore with fin men still trapped hours after Ions of rock nnd coal hud tumbled clown from the tunnel roofs, choking the pasnsgewnys. After talking with the rescued men Arnold Patterson, n conl company spokesman, said; "The situation Is not encouraging. It looks proty grim. We ore hopeful, of course," A company official said a barrier of giis prevented rescue crew from reaching 35 of the men who had been working 13,000 feel from the pithead, Tlie others were believed scattered in other parts of tlie mine. , Through the night and Inlo tlie morning, survivors trickled oUl o( the mine portal and through lines of walling, anxious relatives. Some of the survivors were Injured and had lo be helped or carried oul by rescue crews. A silenl crowd shivered in a cold drlx.zlo through Hie night as five-' man teams of dniegermen—vol- unleer mine rescue workers •— cleared rock and debris from dust- choked tunnels. Tlie dracKermcn wore respirators, One of the flrsl survivors to come oul said the "bump"— the miners' name for underground ,rock shifts of explosive force — had smashed the mine ventilation system and pockcls of deadly uan were forming. The mine is Iho No, 2 colliery of the Cumberland Railway and Coal Co., a subsidiary of Iho Dominion Steel nnd Coal Corp. Cumberland. No. 2 unjoins -Ibo Cumberland No. 4. where ;in, explosion and gas killed 30 persons In November 1900, The worst mine accident hi this town of 7,000 near Ihe New Brunswick border was an explosion in JH91 thai killed 125. Cnnada'i: worsl mine disasler was al Hill- crcsl. Alia., in 1U41, when'JOS. were killed, The toumi' occurred at 0:05 p,m Dishes tumbled from shelves in Springhill und houses also shook 14 miles away in Maccan. .Veteran- miners culled it the worst in memory. Six smaller bumpa between 1st Mai eh and Sepl. 1 injured 14 men. The causo of bumps often is undetermined. Tno mine slopes to y depth of 4,400 feet underground in a length of 14,300 foci, sometimes descending as steeply as 45 degrees. The company iionsiders it North America's deepest coal pit. The son of one trapped miner, Gary Embreo, said he hoped lhat "uflcr this they close the mino for gooa—even if it means, the end of Spring)}!II." Mayor Ralph Gllroy agreed this mighl be the end. The No. 'i col- Jieiy was Ihe only mine k'ft open. A rcporlef from Halifax was killed Truro svhen his cur as he hurried crashed to Sprint;-' hill. He was John Thompson, ,The first of the (38 miners to reach safely in I95C, Charlie 13ui" ton, WP.S among the mihs.in« lo-' day, Frank Hunlor, another uf the 8B, also was trapped and so SSMS his twin brother Fred, but amifh- er brother, Percy, got out unhurt. .Erne) Spence lost lvs> son in v'he 1930 explosion. Spence himself wits missing this time. School Bomb Scare at Hot Springs HOT SP JUNGS. Ark. IP) — Tho white junior high school here was searched this morning after police received 911 anonymous r^- 1 jiprt thai a bomb had been plant cd iiv the building, Nothing was found, and police and school authorities wrote Ins report off as a jioax. .police Sgt. Henry Hogg said he received a telephone call shortly after 8 a,m. A voice Hogg described as lh,at of a white topn-qged boy said "There's a bomb jn the junior high sulwoL Don't let the children in. I do'nt wanl t° scu them go', hurt, Then the egHvu h,wig up. Pupi)s were not permitted in ltool until it had bewi searc The inspection Wf'S completed lore the fj:30 q.ni starting and ejasses began on schedule, school started, the 'pupils told, of the boinb'mwi Weeks Resigns, Strauss Named | Commerce Chief WASHINGTON (API tary of Commerce' Sinclair Weeks, resigned today, and Adm. Lowts'f^, L. Slrniifs wns nnmed lo succeed j'jr him in the Cablnel, *., >"/""" The white House announced< that: -Cf>'i. Woelcs has tendered his.feel-; igiuillon to be effective not latctv,, ( than Nov. 10 because of "pressing'*,! business, personal and family!con^Vj sklcratlons" which he said' maddY,^*! his return to Boston 'i. President Elsenhower Is ing a recess appointment •. ot Strauss, 02, who lias been assistant to the President on peaceful -,4 uses of atomic energy since 'jhls recent retirement from the chair- manshlp ot the Atomic Enci*fey,v_" Commission. "^WvT Jj An exchange of letters between' 1 ,'',, Vj Weeks and the President made public. '• Weeks letter daUd Oct. , 22,',' teri' do red his resignation. He- racallcd|ijt thai lie hud conversed with hower tuties thai in the future "If I you in any way, you have only, 1 to l ,'«i> call u|ion me. ',; '/.' The President accepted, hr !u ter headed "Dear Sinny,' Ho on his departure' and assured - pressed sorrow that the departure' 1 "* of. the New England industrialist?''* was now" so Imminent, and- >H ' "J appreciate thai you'J r«ndy-»ip^il', qff thie,,unh^' for quite some time, mu-. V) — -MK benefit nnd the administnillons,^4?|^ "I accept your resignation as,6'Cnp- Nov, 10 with keen regiol will interrupt tlie warm,.,and , association wo have Jind.'',,-, Judge Says Must Stop U.S. Court ORLANDO, Phi. (AP) tired federal judge said tlio judicial process whiolr'ledii,6 o 'i U.S. Supreme Court dccisiojis clesegrogation must be slopped Iho nation wil Ibe governed ,b^ judicial oligarchy. «, ,„" Judge Doxler A,, DeVane,' W^ Tallahassee said in a talk to t Orange County Bar Assn. th'at would nr)l argue the merits -or * merits Couits of 1954 the U.S. sc'liool doeision or its ojdcr this yea'r that desegregation flock, proceed at L'itU9>| Bui, he said, "f am hqre to e'rjts'^i Icixe the judical piaeess by whie!^'«| those decisions were reached' ai)cVV| lo try lo impress upon you eoJxiiSl realization, of the fact ,thfll If W0« do not find a' way to stop it 'arj^lSig Slop.it soon, this nation will s sopn^'-S be governed insofar as its e.9njU.«''Js lution and laws arc concerned-,by;;:|» a judicial oligarchy,' 1 > ' '<*$;* DcVanc said the chief rcsp0n,st» '•& bilily for u constitutional smend^J,,, ,'nt that will slop it r cs ts wHb,!gJ "VVhnt the Supreme Court J\ done is to assert its nghV uot^ be bound by its own prior whenever il desires lo the constitution or an act' of gress otherwise,' 13cyon.e sajd,' He said Iho constitution qn<3 " enacted by Congress will the supreme law of the laivj if courts recognise the clooU'ini; of standing by cases, Word War J Vet*. Meet Here Swndsy Worjd War 1 Veterans, Jf9i will meet at Hope City H October 20 at 2:^JO p. m. ** ! ..' ;•»'," :"--vi.^ T">4 to Miles J-,aha. 4'1 arc urged to be at , asked to examine their This inspection jhu junior .high school has 1/489

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