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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 12

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Page HOPE STAR, HOPt, ARKANSAS Tug§Jay, December 23,1911 BEST OF THE SEASON TO YOU AND YOURSf Carmen's Boaufy Shop Hope, Ark. . .. for a gay and sparkling Christmas! COX BROS. FOUNDRY AND MACHINE CO. DeGaulle Wins Another Big Vote Victory 6y HUDSON PARIS (APi -Premier Charles do Gaulle's buhdwagon rolled on in Prance Sunday wllh his third personal voting victory. As expected, members nf the Electoral College overwhelmingly elected him the first president of the Fifth Republic The wartime hero, Gfl who SANTA'S ON HIS WAY! Have the merriest, most wondeiiul Christmas ever! CITY CLEANERS^ GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS MAMMON'S BOOK & GIFT SHOP stepped aside as premier in 194G' fnther than play second fiddle to the National Ass"mbly, now can ris.surine the presidency for a sev-1 Ch-ycar term with greatly in- ' creased powers. HP will take over! the office from Relic Coly, 76. .Jan R. 'the "rule by Assembly" of the ('"oiirlh KepUbiic collapsed just as | do Gaulle had predicted. Under (special powers grantee! him to rc- 1/orm Die French eluic after the revolt last May. de Gaulle wrote a new constitution with a strong executive. His first victory came when the hew constitution was; approved by ( an 80 per cent vote in a September election. hi November, n nrw National Assembly was elected with a preponderance of dc Gaulle followers. In Sunday's presidential election de Gaulle got 78.5 per cent of the Valid ballots of the grand electors, an Electoral College representing (he French mainland and overseas territories. | De Gaulle did nol vote of lake part in the flection. As premier he did not belong to any category of the grand electors, made up of mayors, municipal and county councillors, Parliament members, and a lew plain citizens. I Of 70,408 valid ballots, complete returns gave do Gnulle 62,392. The two token opposition candidates ran far behind. Communist Georges Marrange. 70, mayor nf the Paris suburb of Ivry, received 10,354 votes. Albert Chatelet, 75. a University of Paris clean and candidate of the non-Communist opposition to de Gaulle, got fi,722. Until he takes over the pre.si- j ctency, de Gaulle remains premier 1 with his broad special powers to I rule by decree. These special pow- i ej-E automatically expire when he I becomes president, i When dc Gaulle moves into the 1 Elysee Palace as president, ho , will have power to: | Appoint a premier without th:.necessity of his choice bei:v; np- i proved by Parliament—ministei •• i will be named by the president i according to the proposals, of the j I premier | Assume full power in a grave Our prayer is lor your happiness ibis Season! Lehman's Auto & Home Supply Hope, Ark. Closed Dec. 26th t &**•*?, Brennan Fired as Coach of Notre Dame SOUTlf BKND. fnd. lAPl—fir- ry Brennan Notre Dame's sijclh fnotball coach since the death of Knute Rocknc in 1931. w-as fireii Sunday night after a five year rec* ird of 32 victories and 18 defeats. No definite reason was given ftir the dismissal other than the aC- lion had been recommended to J?ev. Theodore M. Mesburgh, CS.C.. president of Notre Oarhd. by the faculty board in control nf athletics, Father Tlesburgh. who said ho accepted the board's rccornrnen- 1 elation "with grerit reluctance 4 ," j/nvc no indication who would stli** ceed Brennan. The Associated Press, however, learned that Joe Kuharich, Who played for the Irish from 193fi'87 and was freshman coach In 1038, will take over. Kuharich. a native of South Rend, is currently head coach of the protessional Washington Redskins with whom ha re cently signed u five-year Contract. Kuharich could not be reached lor comment but George Preston Marshall, owner of the Redskins, said "I don't know anything about it — I ought to hear some-thing in the morning." Other mimes which popped up included Frank T.eahy, Brcnnnn's predecessor: Bcrnie CHmm'Jns, lormar Indiana coach and one 01' iBrennan's assistants; Hugh Devore, who coached the Irish in I'J45 while Leahy was on military leave and has been a Brennan* .-assistant and Andy Pilney, Tulane's head coach, Brennan, 30,' who admitted having known of his dismissal for a couple nf days, said he did nut | know whom his successor would be but ridded "I can only say it. will not be someone at Notrp D;>mc." Brennan said he is nut sure what his plans are but "I'd likr to reiv.ain in coaching. It all happened so fast, I haven't had time to reflect. I'll think about it for a couple of days and decide af-li"' that." Although he experienced only one losing season, Brennan's slay at Notre Dame was turbulent. After a successful tenure with Mh Carmel High School in Chic£i.a>i where his learns won on unprecedented three straight city championships, Brennan went to Notre Dornc as freshman coach -in 1953 Early in .'934, he was named to succeed Leahy who quit with <i record of 87-11-9 — second only lo Rockne's 105-12-5. Because Brennan was only 2ii then, there was some rumbling but this died out quickly when Sudan Military Meeting Trouble CAIftO <A1>>—Sudan's military regime is having trouble with its local Communists, according to reports fi-om the capital. Eleven top Cornmuriifts were arrested recently on orders of the strongman pt'emlor, Gten. Ibrahim AbboUd. emergency where the independence or security of the state i? endangered, or normal institutions can no longer function. lAHA CLEANERS Hgpe, Ark. Resistance in Tibet Gains in Strength Sy SPiNCES MOOSA TAlFTSl <AP> — the resistance Movements in Tibet and neighbor* itlg Chinese provinces arc gaining strength, Nationalist intelligences sources claimed today, in soine areas, they asserted, rebels for a lime occupied key positions and forced Communist troops to lake temporary refuge in mountains. The sources said the situation became so serious that Marshal 'Peng Tch-hiai, Red China's defense minister, went to Tsinghal. on Tibet's northeast border, in Otl- tobcr to direct operations against the rebels. They claimed thnl Peng's trip coincided with the cease-fire he proclaimed in the Quemoy area Oct. 0. This lasted 15 out of 21 scheduled days. Refugees who reached Indiri last month were quoted as saying that Nationalist fiags were being flown' openly in the border area between the provinces of Sikang and Tsinghai. Hoports from Nationalist underground agents were said to have included • these details: A big anti-Communist demonstration was staged in Lhasa, capital of Tibet, in late April. A force of more than 6,000 rebels clashed with Communist, troops northwest of Llibsa Aug. 30 and killed about 500, The rebels also had two engagements with Communist troops of battalion strength, one in September, the other in October. Attacks by rebels have forced the Reds to resort to strong armed escorts on the Tibet-India road. In April rebels attacked seven Jap Emperer Gef§ Lew Bid en Name TOKYO (AP) — The Japanese goVpflimenl is going to pa* only $27.77 for the concrete work on Crown .Prince Akihiio's ne\V palace, a job estimated to cost $200.000. The contract was awarded today to the Mazama Construction Co. Ah official of the firm said the bid had been figured at next to nothing "because our firm has long wanted to be oi some service to ihc imperial family." The hew palace will be a Uvo- story reinforced concrete structure with 4s rooms. Pope John Receives Young Priests VATICAN CITY (AP) — Pope John XXIII today received'in audience young priests .vho were ordained over the weekend at the various pontifical colleges in Home. villages in Sikang, They ambushed and killed the chief Communist party ofticial of Chiangta Countv in June, Hcbels occupied Yushu' County in southern Sikang' June 8 and diti not withdraw until heavy Bed forces were thrown against them. DAVIS PONTIAC CO. Hope, Ark. Notre Dame finished .with a !V-1 record, losing only to Purdue. In 1955, Notre Dame had'a respectable 8-2 record. Then .'. c a m e what actually started iBrcnnan's downfall. Notre Dame completed' the 105C season with two victories and eight defeats. The wolves were howling but Brennan bounced back in 3957 with a 7-3 which included victories over Army and Oklahoma. With the entire squad back this year great things were expected However,- the Irish lost to Army, Purdue, Pitt t.nd Iowa and finished with a fi-4 record. This Bright Wish We Send To You... * MAY YOUR CHRISTMAS BE GLOWING AND MERRY! •-. Judge and Mrs. U. G. Garrett

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