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Are YOUR^J'^ =';i<§^^S^ ..... u o xxn,ii«,+!,- - ' w *W><S*W^fc»! *? &.'** SS^SK^ liW!^ will you be ready? Or are-you one who , ^;5^Mt}S^^^rides God, and laughs at deathP'IMp the unspeakable *lft€SwwlSf^^W y o . u * The GRIM REAPER wil1 n - ot come to AVENG *' Cv/v;>H>! '>;' -V>'X\\ l^^&ibutlPtififf "ii. -AVENGE, There may be time yet — COME TO CHURCH. ^:^^^^^ ^^w^g^j-rw%"^--^ I-JP-/-V *•&[• •• r-SFr-*' *- "• ^,^" (t O ,'M" A* A "'^ ' m^ '-^tt 1 ^ff&H ',^*nr~ ««n(" -. , July 23, 19S4 News of lh« CHURCHES QARRiETT MEMORIAL BAPtlSt North Ferguson street Eld. Elbert O'Steen. Pastor 9-9:30 Rock of Ages Broadcast from Church Auditorium over radio station KXAR. 9:50 a.m. Sunday School, Grady Hairston, Supt. il a.m. Morning Worship Sermon'by Pastor. 7 p. mi B. T. S. Tomas L. Smith president. 8 p. m. Evening Worship. Monday 2 p. m. Sr. Ladies Auxiliary Mrs. Medford Hazzard President. ; Tuesday 7:30 p. m. Girls Auxiliary 7:30 p. m. Little Men's Brotherhood. Wednesday 7:00 p. m. Teacher's meeting 7:30 p. m. Prayer Service and usiness meeting Thursday 7:30 p. m. Junior Ladies Auxil- ary, Mrs. Lyle Allen, president. — — t FIRST METHODIST CHURCH We»t znd at Pin* V. D. Keeley. Pastor 9:45 a. m. Church School Judge Edward McFaddin of Litle Rock will teach the lesson on The Lord's Prayer" in the Cen- ury Bible Class Sunday morning 10:55 a. m. Morning Worship \nthem: "Tlie King Of Love She herd Is" Ci?in ermon: By Rev. Robert C. Hill of fall :River Mills, Calif. 5:30 p m. Intermediate MYF ienior MYF. C p'.' m. Wesley Club 7:30 p. m. Evening Worship. Sermon: "The Lost" Minnster Monday 7:30 p. m. Circle 5 of the WSCS vill meet in the home of Mrs. La- _rone" Williams; co-hostesses will be Mrs. Sam Hartsfield, Mrs. John ?ierce and Mrs. Steve Bader. ' Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Adult Choir practice at the church. FtRST 701 South Mafh Street. Rev. L, T. Lawrfcnce, B, O. Minister - • The Men's Bible Class w'lll n the Fellowship Hall at 0:30 a..in. for doughnuts and r.crao*; thft l*s.•son at 10:000 will be -laugbt by John Wilson, guest spfcaker ' . 10:00 a. m. Sunday Schobl James H. filler Supt. 10:55 a. m. Morning Worship Sermon Subject: "Stones Which Shine in the Dark" Duet "Thou Art Our Father" Brifejs, Miss Paula Raley and Mrs HaskelTJones: 0 p. m. P. Y. F. supper. HOPE GOSPEL TABERNACLE 321 North Main Street Rev. C. 8. Walker Rev G E. Hicks, Music r Youth birector fJ:45 a. m. — Sunday School, Guy E. Basye, Supt. 10:00 a. m. — Radio Bible Class, Broadcast'over KXAR, Rev. C. S. Walker, Teacher. 11100 a. m. — Moming Worsnip sermon by the pastor. 6:30 p. m. — Senior C. A., Junior C. A.. Primary C. A. 7:30 p. m. — Evangelistic Service, sermon by the pastor. Tuesday 7:30 p. m. — Choir Rehearsal Wednesday 7:30 p. m. — Mid-Week Servtc-s. Thursday 7:30 p. m. Ladies Prayer Service CHURCH OF THE Fifth and Pine St. , Rev. Leroy Land, Pfcitor Sunday 0:45 a. m. Sunday School, J. '. Bullock, Supt, 11 a. m. Morning Worship. Sermon by Rev. Leroy Land. (5:30 p. m. N. Y. -P. S. • ,. 7:30 p. m. Evening Worship, i Wednesday • . . 7:30 p. m. Prayer. Meeting FIRST CHRISTIAN 210 North Main , Edmund Pendletoh, Mlnliter 9:45 a. m. — Bible SehOol Tho mas Fenwick, Jr. Supt. •• 10:50 a. m. Morning;WorshiJ) Guest Speaker - Haskel Jones' There will be no evenings ser- ice. The Christian Men'si Fellow- lip is in retreat at-.-the annual tale-Wide Men's Meeting at Petie-Jean. - - - FIRST PtNTECOSTAL CHURCH Fourth and Fcrauson Street Rev. H. P. Hudspeth, Pastor 9.:45 a. m. — Sunday School C. J. Rpwe, Supt. 11 a. m. — Morning Worship Sermon by pastor. 6:30 p. m. — Pentecostal Conquer ors Mrs. Joe Lively in charge. Junior Conquerors Mrs. H. P. Hud speth in rhftr«"v 7:45 p m Evening Worship Wednesday 7:45 p. in. Prayer meeting ana Bible study. Thursday 2 p. in. Ladies Pentecostal Auxiliary. UNITY BAPTIST CHURCH South Elm Street Pastor, Howard White 8:00-8:25 a. m. Unity Baptist Hour. . Sunday School 10 a. m. — Ansley Gilbert, Supt. Morning worship II. a. m. 7:00 p. m. B. T. S. 8:00 p. m. .Evening Worship Monday ' 2 p. m. — Senior La,dies Auxiliary Mrs. Barney Gaincs, President. .7:30 p. m. Willing Workers Aux iliary Mrs,. L. C. Kennedy in charge Wednesday 6:30 p. m. G. M. A. Mrs; Sam Williams in charge: 7:15 p. m. •—• Teacher's Meeting 8:00 p. m.,— Prayer Service Thurday 7:30 p. m. Visitation Hour ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH .6th Sunday After Trinity 7:30 a. m. Holy Communion Rev. Jack Bird. Texarkana Cele brant. , . , . CHURCH OF CHRIST Walnut, Street A. t. ; Oliver, Minister Sunday 9:45 a. m. Bible School 10:50 a. m. Preaching 11:30 a. m.' Communion 6 p. m. Bible Study 7 p. m. Preaching Tuesday 9:30 a. m. Ladies Bible Stud 7:i5 p. m. Men's Bible Study Wednesday , 7:15 p. m. — Teachers Meetin 7:30 p. m. Bible Study You are always welcome at th Church of Christ, CHURCH OF CHRIST , 5th and Grady Street. F. L. Jennings, Mlnlstkr Sunday . ': •'"'.' 0:45 Bible Study '' • " : 10:37 PreachlnR'. 0:30 p. m. Bible Study, Classei or all ages. '... : .... ; 'uesday ' "!-.'• ; 9:30 a.m. Ladies..Bible -St'udJ Wednesday • : 7:30 p. m. Bible Study - The Negro Community •y Helen Turner Phone 7-5830 Or bring Item* to Mis* Turner •t Hlcki Funeral Home FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH S. A. Whitlow. Pastor : Sunday 9:30 a. m. — Sunday School W. H. Munn, Supt.' ' 10:50 a. m. Morning Worship with sermon, by the pastor. 5:00 p. m. — Chapel Choir Rehearsal. :•',.6:30 p. m. — Training Union, H» bert Thrash. Director. '. . . 7:45 p. m. Evening Worship Service. : ;; I', i ;' •' '':",.' Monday . . 9 a.m. Beginner .and iPrimary Sunbeams will meet at thft -church. 0:30 a. m. Lovi bemife. and Jea- nettc Ttunker Junior'.G A. will meet at the home of Mrs. Hervey Holt. ' .',•;'•• 7 p. m. Junior Hoyal Ambassadors.' : 'I-' .-'.'•• 7:lfj p. m. Y. W. A. : will:me6t at the church, Betty . Chanip*r- laiu is in charge 'of 'the .p'rogram. Tuesday .'-•'- v : . 9 a. m. Intermediate: G.' A. Wednesday • • ' •'•}• ••• . 9 a. m. Sunday School; Training ClaSS. '-.-.:' .';'-...... ' ', ''.: .'..-- ; 6:45 p. m. Sunday School Officers Teachers' Meetto|!. ,j' : 7 p. rn. Chapfel 'Choir-Reh.iarsAJ 7:45 p. m. Fellowship.Hpur/Thi Midweek Worship ibf. the Whole Family. Thursday I • i "" 7:30 D. m. Chancel Choir Rihear- sal. * " - - BEEBEE MEMORIAL C. M. E. ; Rev. T. J. Rhone, Pastor 9:45 a.mi Sunday School -U a.m. Morning Worship .\f'..p'!m. Epworth Leauue. 8:00 p. m. Evening Worship f MT. ZION CME CHURCH ••Bey.'I. M. Manning, Pasior 9:45 a. m. Sunday School .11 a.m. Morning Vvorship 6 p. m. Epworth League 7:30 p. m. Evening Worship BETHEL A. M. 6. CHURCH Rev. G. Paschal, Pastor 9:45 a. m. Sunday scnooi. 11 a.m. Morning Worsnip j ,6.p.m. A. C. E. L ' - 8:00 p. m. Evening Worship. CHURCH OF GOD In CHRIST Eld. .O. N. Dennis, Pastor 9:45 a.m. Sunday School U a.m. morning worsnlp. 6,p:m. Y. !>. W. W. 8:00 p. m. Evening Worship UQNOKE BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. F. K. Powell, Pastor 9:45 a.m. Sunday School 11 a.m. Morning Worship. 6 p.m. B. T. U. 8:00 p. m. Evening Worship RISING STAR BAPTIST Rev. W. M. Erby, Pastor B:45 a.m. Sunday school. 11 a.m. morning worship. 6:00 p. m. B. T. U. 8:00 p. m. Evening Worship GARRETT CHAPEL BAPTIS7 ftev. F. R. Williams, Pastor 9:45 a.m: Sunday School 11 a.m. Morning worship , ; 6 p.m. B.T.U. 9:30 p. m. Baptist Hour OVBJ Station KXAR. Arnetrica is building churches and other religious structures -at the rate of 500 million dollars worth a year Says the National Geographic Society. CHURCH OF GOD C. L. Crossley, Pastor 9:43 a. m. Sunday school 11 a. m. Morning worship 6 p. m. Y.P.W.W. 8 p. m. Evening worship of Church Ads Is Being Published Through the Cooperation. of ls''Spphspred by the Undersigned individuals and Business Institutions the Local Ministerial Alliance and S'>" f , , ,,"- , <v' l^ilg Nqsh Motors,, i . $i'. * ' Stephens Grocer Co, Wholesale Grocers Younq Chevrolet-Go. Chevrolet Sales & Service Cox Bros. Foundry & Machine Co. Everything'in Machine Shop Work J. A. Davis Grocery Mack Brown Grocery & Feed ieral Savings and '^ociation „„„ to-^uy. jRu^d T nopnir i-t* ^f f mf^f. >^ , J «-.-,. •l.'"f ' il Hope Theatres, Inc. Eldon Coffman, Cily Mgr. m ' ^.>.......... ., ,, Mid-South Cotton & Supply P^ ^".f^fy+ftf, " >'*r • ' ' A ' E> S1UBSPP . M&&U -Wl/i^'/ts^ka.'^fc"" Collier.Tire & Battery Service Durilop Ti,,s-Kxce,.o Batteries-Emerson TV ^^^p^g^ Gounty Farmers — •'•.'- Association Grain's Esso Servicenter G. H. Grain • Hope Feed Company Wade Warren ikt PaijM&Mu^t? itiintf 4^r-jMWTw ^'*. ' il H-»f»SEt'3''-'T <t \', W, Shanhouse Sons, Inc. Clothing Manufacturers Farmer Owned and Operated Dewoy McKnelly, Mgr, Franks & Son Wholesale Fruit and Produce Houston City Furniture Co. ' We Will Trade for Anything Gunter Retail Lumber Co. Your Building Store Owen's Department Store Southwestern Packing Co. - Benowen Pork and Beef Packers Plurikett-Jgrrell Grocer Co, First National Bank Member FD1C Greenlee Sheet Metal Co, , Makers of Sheet Metal Products i Southwest Wood Products ^eyerly — Frank King Ralph Montgomery Market 1 Friendly Chopping Center Hope Basket Company Phone 7-3345 Cities Service Station Grover T/h.ompson Butane Gas Co. Butane Gas and CQ, .WV^.y^TiM.SKv »!*, f,4. Phone 7-3345 Feeders Supply Company Your Purina Dealer William , 0. Barnes Mobile Service Archer Motor Company Comulete Automotive Service « «> r V!/* 1 .. '/^I^'. V;:. 1 '. 'r MI '/ gtudebaker Soles & Service Citizens National Bgnk Member FPIC Coin's Tourist Court Alien Service Porter Qargge ^ GlQ|§ Shop Py§r§ Gulf Service Mayer's, Bakery f Our Doily Bread Sliced Thin by The Editor ,__Alex. H. Washburn __ The Quality of News; and Confusion on the Telephone Hern are a couple of editorial's from other Southern newspaper: gSPdt NEWS AND TRUTH (Dalian News) Remarks of Chief Justice Warren at the recent 103d commencement of MacMurray College for Women are bound to be misinterpreted. Nowadays, he said, "The truth can not be acquired merely iroin the spot news for the day " l''rom this it will br; generalized that newspapers tell lies. ^ Newspapers report spot news 'Simrj of that news is what somebody said at a Senate hearing or a luncheon speech or on the witness .stand. What the quoted say may be untrue, but it isn't long iinl.il truth outs. That, too, is quoted by the responsible editor. Newspapers don't make news. They report. They who misquote or distort 'can not last long for competition in both the gathering and presentation of news is a powerful jjjlk'ce for the true picture Of course, a hitch comes when "truth" is defined. What the Chief Justice thinks is "truth" may or may not be the truth, but his honest appraisal of it. There's a difference, too, between truth and opinion. The two may be far apart as the poles. And they may be identical, But opinion based on nn ^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^H|k Hope Star WEATHER Arkansas, afternoon, tonight, thundersh6<e?ers. Experiment Ststiotf. 24 hours ending 8 a. Jh. High 100; low 76; none. 55TH YEAR: VOL. 55 — NO. 238 tar of Hope 169*, Press 1917 Consolidated Jam 16, 1929 HOP!, ARKANSAS, SATURDAY, JULY 24, 1954 Mtitibtr: th* Associated Preii & Audit Bureau ot Circulation* Av. Net Fold Clfcl. 3 Mos. Sliding Mofch 31, 1»54 — 3,434 untruth is Klioon discovered what it is. for Indochina Cease-Fire Due Tuesday By JOHN RODERICK SIGON, Indochina (IP) — The French high command announced toight the Indochina cease-fire will go into effect in North Vict-Nam at 7am. Tuesday, July 27 ( p. m. CST Monday, July 2G), and in other Vietnamese areas soon afterward. Sealed orders setting the hour for silencing of the gun's in the North had already gone to ' the French headquarters in Hanoi, and presumably to 'the Communist-led Vietminh troops of Ho Chi Minn in and around the Red River Delta The high command said all offensive action by French Union ana Vietnamese army forces has been ordered halted throughout Indochina They are to fight only defensive actions, and air operations have been reduced to bombardments in support of French posts the Vietminh are still attacking. The Vietminh struck henily before dawn today at n French Union post in Viotri, 40 miles northwest of Hanoi, ad harassed a score of other garrisons in tho Rod River Delta, but a French briefing of- 'THOSE DARN SIX DIGITS (Tulsa Trifnmej Comos now the new Tulsa phon book aii-1 we find the ihinp about(ticer said all the defenses held. a nnarfor filled with six-di*itj Rcd filM;rri ,, ns lol . P up and carlcd numbers, these things hnvo l^njoff ]2 o yards of rails on the Hanoi- creeping u;> on us for ibout eight years. For while they wore something of a< novelty. We even took a little pride-in them. "Aim," we'd say, "hero';, proof Tulsa's a grow !/ * : TAKES OFFICE—This picture of Premier Nog Dinh Diem of Viet Nam was taken shortly after he took office on July 13 in Saigon. |E town. They cnn't oven get all Se .phono.; in five dii'its. Now What was that number ngainV" But in time the novelty and civic pride wore thin. You've gol to be the kind of a guy who remembers distant relatives' birthdays in order to memorize; six-digit phone numbers.. You've got to be a chess player, a calculus fan, r. horse hand capper. If you don't wear a Hapihong supply line eight miles east of Hanoi and belw a loco- motio off the tracks 10 miles farther east with planted explosive ! charges- There was rebel action, too, against the French-Vietminh battalions on the offensive there that •I will unleash massie air support" unless their assaults are halted size eight hat your brain for six digits. is too e than a year ago all of Oklahoma City went To the named prefixes. All you have io do is remember MELrose or CEntral or JAckson and five numbers in Oklahoma City and you've got it made. Lots of smaller places have tho same system. But our telephone friends in Tulsa told us thai we would have to wait until the summer cf 'ri5. They wanted to change the city over in tfjl single nij.;ht and this required a new exchange, they said. They had ail kind 'of reasons—electronic reasons. Okay, we'll ride along.' But this had better be the last Gix-digit year in Tulsa. One busy eignal and you have to go back to the phone book. May the next directory be easier on the brain. Vietnamese goernment buildings in Saigon flew flags at half staff to mourn the loss to the Corn- minists of the northern hah" of the minists of the northern half of the country after 7* years ^of, lighting and 2* months of arguing at ihe Geneva^ conference Wiet Nam Premier second graf T44 . ' ' The Ballot as it Will Look Next Tuesday Here is how the ballot will look when TIempstcad county voters go to the pol!s Tuesday. Ju'y 27, to mark il with their X, in the Democratic preferential primary elect ion: SPECIMEN BALLOT "' United States Senate ' (Vote for One(l) ) Sid McMalh „ D Paul Chambers D Leonard Ellis •. Cl John L. McClellan p Governor (Vote for One (1) ) Francis Cherry D State. Senator Guy Jones D Orval E. Faubus D Gus McMillen ; D Attorney General .jfV.ote for One (D.) Tom Gentry . D SenatQ^.^im, Johnson Hope to Gel France on Line for EDC • PARIS (UP) — French government circles said today a six- nation foreign ministers' conference is being planned for Aug. 9-10 in Brussels in an attempt to bring France into line with her proposed European 'Defense Communist (EDC) partners on the European army plan. These sources said Premier Pierre Mendes-Franoe intends to ask the national assembly to act on the controversial European army plan soon after the Brussels meeting Mendes-France's plans were outlined to the council of presidents of the chamber at their weekly meeting today 'by Jean Masson secretary of state to the prcmiei French officials said Mendes- France has promised Belgian Foreign Minister Paul Henri Spaak that he will attend on EDC conference before the European army pact is placed before the national assembly for ratificion Mention of the Aug. 9 date for the meeting indicated that Mendes- France believes he can produce an internal reconciliation between French opponents and supporters of the disputed plan before that date Up to now, reliable informants said, the opponents headed by Defense Minister Gen. Pierre Koenig have refused to back down or compromise on any plan which has a chance of being accepted by the other EDC partners. ."•-,• Mendes-France also was .facing vigorous opposition from his poli.-. Drouth Area to Get Break onCowfeed WASHINGTON (UP) — The neultiire Department today an- nouncetl. plans, to sell government owned.ianimal feeds at cut prices to farmers in drought areas Few details of the feed relict program were announced immc- daitcly. It is expected, however, to bo similar to one which ended July 15 after distribution of 2,146,719 tons of feed at a loss ol $75.599.000 The department said the new program will be for "established farmers or stockmen" unable to maintain basic foundation herds ot livestock without government aid. The low cost feed will be sold only in counties designated as drought disaster areas by the pro- ident and the agriculture department. A total of 7 counties in Texas, Wyoming, Colorado and New Mexico alrjeady arc in this category. The 'department also said it is ready'fo join these states in a cooperative hay distribution program under -which the federal prOvern- ment would pay part of the shipping cost Under the feed program! the department said'stockmen, will-be allowed b buy no more' than a 60- day supply The feed can be used only for livestock in the designated counties. Agriculture Secretary Ezora Benson- said local committees of the Farmers Home dministration (FHA) -will pass on the eligibility Local Boy Walks Around Town With His Pet Hawk ^Living Cost Virtually Stationary WASHINGTON (UPi The government reported tuday the cost of living rose one-tenth of one i per cent last month chiefly be- rjjuse of continuing 'food price in- tl-'eases. E'wan Clnguo, commissioner of the Bureau of Labor Statistics, (BLS), said Die change was "so rear stability it's insignificant." The Bl.S mid-June consumer price index stood at 115-1 percent of the 1947-4!) base '.-ricos. The index was the hi^hes sinco January. It was three-tenths ot one percent beiow the all-time high cf 115.4 last October. i§Jrhc mid-June chatigc U'ns too srnnll to affect tho pay of workers with escalator wage contracts tied Io living costs. For the first time since McCarthy Not to Get Okay From Pentagon By G. MILTON KELLY WASHINGTON ttf) — An angry ,Sen. McCarthy (R-Wis) said tod^ay he will no longer ask the Pentagon to okay any of his aides for ac- Icess to secret information. ' McCarthy's declaration came on the . heels of a new Defpnse Department refusal to clear Thomas W. LaVenia, a McCarthy .appointee on the Senate Investigations subcommittee .staff, for access to classified documents, or to explain its reasons for withholding clearance. And LaVenia, telling his side of the story to his Senate bosses, reported he believes his Pentagon turndown stems from FBI reports about a Secret Service role, he played in 1943 in investigating an alleged plot against Franklin D. Roosevelt. President He thinks be performed a playboy role so we'll it was misundci i s f ood by investigators. LaVenia and one other ore tho only two Rt'.bcommittee staff members said to have been i of used clearance after ;t war asked of the Defense Deportment. The other, Donald A. Surino, was twitched by ChaJrmnn McCarthy from the subcommittee to the senator's own office payrol'. But after the new Pentpgon turndown oil LaVenia, McCaithy to'.d jiewsmon today. "I don't intend to World aSl< f° r 7lny clearance from the War II ended, no incTeasc in lents was listod on the BLS index. Tlie asii-'iicy said sr.'.."ill advances continued in the largest metropolitan area:: but reductions were reported in a few siv.aller areas. In the majority of cities, how- . ,„,,., «•«•, vent prices wen- unchaneed.i Vema on the staff, but to ^Food prices rose J.wtnnths of him ln "' r "' k ln u ' hlr ' h he one percent between mid-May and mid-June. It was tho third consecutive month they had advanced, bringing the food index to 113.8 percent of the 1947-4U average. I-'ood prices were one- tenth of one per cent above a year ago and 13.2 percent above the June, 1050, level. Edith Masey to Teach Class The Jelt B. Graves Sunday School class of the First Methodist Church will have Miss Edith Masey as Teacher Sunday July 25. Connecticut! that the sUte officials need estimate b.y Defense Department for anyone else." LaVonia gave a sworn Flatement at a closed subcommittee ?cssion yesterday. McCarthy then announced tho group ha.d "agreed" without a formal vote to keep La- assign him to work in which he would not have access to classified documents unless and until he does get clearance. He now is assistant counsel and office managei. Wilber M. Brucker,- general counsel to the Defense Department brought the subcommittee word of the new refusals to clear or tell why. He told reporters he had explained to the subcommittee in the closed meeting the derogatory information about LaVenia came from the FBI and that Justice Department rules forbid disclosure of the details. LaVenia said he told the subcommittee that he was once selected by the Secret Service, which operates under the Treasury Department, to "act as, a playboy and man about town," He suid this was a part of an investigation cf 'MfUp McNerner Land Commissioner,,. .(Vote for One (1) > -'Cfa"u3e A. Rankin '. W. R. Younts Doyle Yopp Representative in Congress (Vote for One (1) ) G. W. Lookadoo Norman M. Warnock Robert Hollingur ,..: Oren Harris Prosecuting Attorney (Vote for One (1) ) Travis Malhis .'. Van Johnson Roycc Weisenberger Preston E. Dowd County Treasurer (Vote for One (1) ) Harry Hawthorne Dwitfht Ridgdill Clifford Byers County Clerk (Vote fo.- One (1) ) Arnold T. Middlebrooks Arthur C. Anderson Jolly (Amonette) Byers Sheriff and Collector (Vote tor One (1) ) Jimmy Cook R. D. (Son) Phillips W. B. (Bill) Ruggles Tom Middlebrooks Claud H. Sutton Syvelle Burke * Alderman City of Hope Ward Two (2) (Vote for One (1) ) T. O. (Top) Porter Forrest L. Hairr John S. Greene Alderman City of Hope Ward Four (4) (Vote for One (1) ) .Jesse L. Brown Homer Hcyerloy Charles E. Taylor Mrs. G: A. Nash tical enemies to truce settlement a n m n D . n . n D . n . -a his" Indochina' The • opposition; has stalled final approal of the cease-fire agreement 'reached at Geneva Opposition/to Mendes-France was expected to be led by Georges Bf- dault, former , foreign minister whom the new premier replaced in the' middle of the' Geneva of individual' farmers to buy feed under.ythe new program. Benson announced that two FHA officials will be sent to the drought area to meet with county committees next week and "speed assistance to farmers and stockmen" Frank Pollard will arrive in Denver July 25 to meet Colorado and Wyoming committees' Robert Ra- gaini will go to Dallas the same day f to talk with Texas and New ' 3 committees. < McClellan In •a® By The Assbclated For the first tffnfe ''I paign. . Sid McMatH turned his sights frfiw ot Sen. Johtt'McCleilah to called a " own. ; ' And' McClellat tinued to Ore back at; charges a-3 -he jdekeytttt • former governor' and Chambers ot Helena < tion in the Tuesday primary. , / ' , * MaMath crease in — from Social Seoiu'ity ovor GO !nsft£M of Mansion OtAthe Vptehma tration trnted bn, lilasMti year recofanrt'the on'Ti^elan^ oIl.TPihe treaty, Social ,,$eciw fty^f and Cqngi'essional'fjpettsiott 7 " '5«V,5i •'•vrSi 4 -Of •I' McClellatt!^ 'an^ver* ,to been a.cry of i"misr,«3 and jnst night .atrflpi charged HrftMath^it doctored riictvtre^^to Bidault and other opposition deputies ;failed to appear in the national assembly yesterday when debate on the settlement was scheduled to begin Debate was postponed until today Tho general' line of the opposition's attack on Mendes-France was laid down yesterday by Edouard Frederick-Deupont, who was minister for the associated states of Indochina in the cabinet of former Premier Joseph Lanicl Fredcrick-Dupont made it clear he felt the Laniel government could have, done as well as Mendes-France on Indochina If not better Though criticism advanced by Mendes-France's opponents were expected to be biUer, few obser- ers felt;they would do much more than give new depth to the differences' existing between the premier and former ministers. West Will Push Asian Pact at Once — Star photo Robert Malcom Byers, 9, one of the characters In the above picture, is a brash fellow — but equally determined and unafraid Is the other character, a 3-months-old sparrow hawk percheq on R ° ber Rob B e h r°t? l 8on 1 of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Byers, 320 South Hervey St., oatne In The Star office With his pet one day this week; we said, "How about a picture?"; and Robert said, "I figured you'd want one — that's why I came in.'/ There's nothing baokward about • Robert. > „ ',, *! > Spaaking t '<-ats raked the tRepuWiWn., "economy above ' all"A .po called 'iort 'additional^ VA" beds, "• < a';?^;;.4St He qUbted that ; "..'me country ^* care have, bee The't with j for *.,.,-„ hospital' at jl,^ -_,- 4WBV th,c linstftuUon 1 te;,sb1fly open. ^ - ^VT > T?' VI! ^ ^*- T |: ^"'- fe - ;s t4delands|lo'ft|e*i By K. C. THALER GENEVA (UP) Authoritative a reported rity fl| lot against the. secu- Denver U. Disclaims MeMath Data LITTLE ROCK 'A 1 ! The University of Denver has advised the Associated Press that it was not responsibly for an "evaluation" of U.S. senators which former Gov. Sid Me- Math has been quoting in his campaign for the Senate. MeMath has been attributing the survey to the university in asserting that his opponent, Sen. John L. McCleilan, ranked low in "prestige, service and effectiveness" in thi Senate. University Chancel.'.ar Chester M. Alter wrote that "the survey was done about three years aip by our Dr. Byron Johnson as an independent activity in conjunction with the late William E. Butt, professor emeritus, Pennsylvania State College." A-release of the findings of Johnson and Butt vas "in no way sponsored or approved by the University of Denver and a note accompanying it served a,$ a disclaimer w Farm Bill May Be Clear in Few Days By EDW-JN B. WASHINGTON HAAKINSON diplomatic sources said today the Western Aiiies have agreed to open immediate negotiations on n Southeast Asian defense pact iigainst Communist aggression. The discussions will be taken up through diplomatic channels among the United States, Britain, Franco, Australia pnd New Zealand, these sources said. More formal ta.'ks probably will be held later in Washington. Thailand and the Philippines will be fully consulted en the pacts plans, it was explained. The three associated states of Indochina will bo excluded since they were "neutralized" and barred from entering any foreign pacts under terms of the Indochina settlement reached at Geneva. The Colombo powers India, Burma, Ceylon, Pakistan and Indonesia will be kept informed, at Britain's jnstence. The hope is to have thorn ultimately associate — Opposing with any future Southeast Asian leaders agreed today the* Suna'-o, defense arrangement. battle over farm legislation may be settled in two or three days of debate. Republican Leader Kriowland (Calif) has tagged the farm brill as the next major item of business for the adjournment-bound Scnaio, following action on n bill to revise the Atomic Energy Act. "I'm pretty certain we cm finish it in three days or less unless some one decided to filibuster,' 1 Knowland said in an interview. He and other Senate GOP lead- If they refuse to join as full members are they are expected to do, they may be offered associate memberships in the projected defense; setup. Reliable sources horp paid no definite agreeent has emerged so far from ihe consultations of tho Anglo-A.mer.lcpn study group in Washington on the form of a southeast Asian defenso alliuncu would -take. They said it is doubted, how- over, that it would take form ers are banking Prcsttiorit Eistm-jof a Southeast Asian version of bower's request for i system of;NATO tho North Atlantic Treaty flexible farm price supports. Sen. Young (R-ND), who heads a bipartisan group urging extension of rigid price supports on basic crops for another year, saict in a separate interview he pxpccis no filibuster, and he added: "I think' we should be able to settle all arguments in three days .nd nights." alliance. These sources said it almost certainly, would not provide for matic united action in tho event of an' emergency, but would call for immediate consultation.? among its members on the type, nature and timing of any action. The sources said the pact probably would follow the linens of tho The Senate Agriculture Commit- Anzus alliance between the United tee voted H-7 for another year of i States. Australia and New Zea- Continued on Page Two iland. Resolution WHEREAS, on July 27 and August 10, 1954, the Arkansas Democratic Primaries will be held: and . WHEREAS, the right to vote has been bought and maintained by the blood and suffering of tens of thousands of American boys; and WHEREAS, we as free people should exercise this precious right by casting our ballots for the candidates of our choice. NOW. THEREFORE, we. U. G. Garrett, County Judge, and John L. Wilson, Mayor, call upon the citizens of Hope and Hempstead County to show their appreciation of our right to vote by going to the polls on July 37 and August 10 and voting for the candidates of their choice. . • 'WITNESS our hands and the seals qf the Cj.ty of Hope and, Hempstea4 County on th}s ?4tfi day of t Jujy,1854. y. G. GA Count ' Allies Seek to Nail Down Parley Date By DONALD J. GONZALES WASHINGTON- (UP) —.The Allies pushed negotiations 'at top speed today in an attempt to nail down the time; place and mepi- bership of their forthcoming Asian defense conference in two weeks. They.hope they can get the crucial meeting underway late next month or the first of September so that tha free world will soon be able to confront the Communists with an operating Southeast Asian Defense Organization (SEATO)'. , Undersecretary of State Walter Bedell Smith meanwhile flew here from Geneva to report to President Eisenhower and Secretary of State'John Foster Dulles ou the Indochina nuce and hir- talks yesterday with British Prime Minister Winston Chin-chill. • Dulles and the foreign niinister.' of at least six other countries are expected io attend the international conference to whip. SEATO into final shape. Urgent action was ordered by the Allies to make sure, if possible, that tlu Indo china ceasefire is.'hot followed b 1 , any new It'-'d aggression. 7ho plan is to have the major work accomplished, in advance o£ the. conference. There was speculation in off! cial quarters that the f:;<n?erencc probably would last no longer than p week. Dulles negotiated the Japanese peace in an unusually short time. The fact that the conference to be held soon is a victory foi Dulles who has been insisting the immediate action is necessary Dulles wants SEATO organized be fore the United Nations Geneva Assembly opens in New York 01 Sept. 21. He deteimined t) be on hand at opening U.N. sessions. tt lead the battle 'igaiDS' any nev effort to get Red China seated. No final decisions have been, reached on ihe key operating clause of the pioposed southeast Asia treaty. But an Amurlran drafts worked out and dicusscd vith the Allies is understood to call for consultation in the event avy alien domination extends into Southeast Asia. Sucn encroachment, it is understood, would be yugiirded aa a threat to the becudty pact mem- kers who would then decide to do about it. The nations certain to iinc up as charter members in addition to the United States arc Britain, France. Australia. New ._,. . an4 Thailand, underway in many itpls ro?<y yesuiu.in McClellan Hits MeMath as Governor By The Associated Press" Sen. John McCJellan last night returned the fire ot one of his pponents for the Demouratic nom- natJqn to ihe U. S Setnte and he continued to ignore his oilier oppo- •ent. After "running on my record" 'or the first few weeks of his cam' yolgn for a third term, the benlor senator from Arkansas wheeled out his big guns and fired back former Gov. Sid McM,ath. And ic again ignored the presence of Paul Chambers. He denied and called untrue charges fiom tho MeMath camp that McClellan sold Arkansas down :he river with' his vote to give title of off-shore oil to the coastal states, voted himself a pension, <Je nied Social Security to totally disabled persons, and vot. d "wrong' the so-cillcd German bond treaty. McClellan coiled MeMath B man whose "o\\n public record been repudiated." Meanwhile, MeMath keof his ••ights on tlie same target—blasl- mg McClellan'"! record of 12 years in tlie U. S Senaie, Ho c&lled Me.- Clcllan "tho pnvate utilities" working senator — on tho job, getting results for them." Tho third active candidate —Pai|1 Chambeis — la.shod out at both of them. He predicted victory himself boeau*e. ho .snid. "n lot of people sue tjred of McClellan and his special interest I'eprosen* tation; and a lot more don't want any more >'.f Sid McjMuch," He haid 'thionsts" pf people ha;c told him ho ) epresents the "newness we need m Wasln^tcti at time " He «iddt-cl that he has "no fcW/for* ilie>'4'ip$cl gr'am, for, "*-&&*-^ atomic and increased.: Ing, and ^ ravigatfoh", kansas Ki\ Chapibctt National ^( permitted' I pay. fiftcv , jegular «rmy PCTB old.' tPPPt?<l , special an.ercsts. to my hands, nor any labor leaders to bow down to," than" ,vadl; wograiti to 1|r j and Arkadejpt One,otjie^«Cj ocratk Opgp Ellis.a Idli}0' — is npt ?arii {•.&!':'« J .t '•Mi*! , In yesterday turned*! ter issufe Qf fh$ ^ ansaa' govwnop.' Gov, Cherr-y's i\y lionentg tot'\'fmOf pjaped the fclai with the ap,H, made their"' the first tjl; rates. ,-* Cherry 1ms off atljtud^ ^ state Jones ye? been attf] mission ( h^ Faubjjs With ihe Tuesday Democratic primary ie,/s thtin a week aw.-ay, MeMath attempted to tic McCJal- lan to a lecent rate tnctpase>re- quest by Avkdnsas Power & Light Co He asked nolia,: He ' al Mas- "Have you got youv light bill this month?" Charging thj prtvato pov er cpjn.- panics with spending millions, 9$ cioUars eveiy year lobbying ,anc| taking pail in "IE tb« private didn,H put so much ne-ad payers JJ^e they in helping

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