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*T ^ ' *' ' _ , ' *- M 0 M" 11 A ft , : H 0 l> I , ARKANSAS ' .^^^^ IthlHflr, fel f. MOM SfAfti HOM* ARKANSAS. '-" £ wi 3$ I "'«*»._ Siamese kittens. Phone 2-6t 2.00 2,50 3.00 3.50 10.50 4.00 12.00 4.50 13.50 5.00 15.00 DISPLAY >*<t 7&c, pdr Intn ..... 60c (Mr Inch ..,.-„...... SOc per Inch obeva titt lot con- n*. Irregular or »klp- e will take the bne-doy rat*. r ally classified advertising copy S» accepted until 5 P. m. tor toft the followlho day, blishor* reserve the rloht W i'fefr publication arid to r«|«ct bfacfl&ftable odvortlslno lub- ll'.ot on* or mor» |»tt«r«, br- flflurej such as house or 6 number* count as one word. Jope Stor Will not be rttpon- r effort In Want Ad* unleii tire dolled to . our attention RSt, Insortlorl of dd and then ,Y *h* OKIE incorrect Insertion. i PROSPECT 7-3431 or of ,HoB.'1I»»; Press 1W , Idflttd Johuory' H,i mt, 1 p>jM«>a .'Johuery J i»<j. i >*yr * k) every Weekday Ofternoonjiy ITAR fUBLISHINO CO. r * 'Ktt* Palmer, PiuUint , , , ., ;i:i'H;- Waihburi<i Mcy-1>M. !i «*" ot-.The Star Bultdln* ,, 1^14"South Walnut Street •• a^Hope, Arfcomot iHWaihburn, tdltor *' Publlibw "'Jones,,' Managing Editor . Dayls,' Advertising Manager [W,;Hoimer, Meeh. Supt. .d'^di- (ec'end*}cloiii mafter;at, ti Office • at. Hope/ Arkontei, * •, Act of - March, 3, -11*7. - • r of the'Audit Bureau of , .''Clreulotlont jrlpllon' Rotes (payable in ad- 'rle'r. in Hope and neighboring towns— 1 « ....» ~., .25 ir$ti,.......,.,,,.,, .......^ 13.00 'all;' In • Hempsfead; Nevada, I/,: Howard/ and Miller coun- «i^.;..i.i SS ith»U...,. 1.60 .'..... ; 2.60 4.50 iB'moll—,' H . v . ' 1' irt.- f ,},,U,.*.,.....,,,.... 1.10 3.25 .,..'. 6,50 „.;. 13,00 Repreientotlvi in&it 1602'S(eVI Tenn,; 505 Texai- 2ATexas; '360-N. Icago ,1, III.; ,60 E. <vt?/*N.,Y.;!''763}' ,, Detroit v 2; Mich.; Oklahoma;'JCjty, -2, >f 'The Anoclated ,f,r»Ht ;ed, Press Is cntltleS, ex" i use for rcpublicatlon ^t hews printed In this , ; well, as all AP new* . V|ust'< Arrived st In Mens Wear , as . S|r^?t Tailor Shop BROWN'S downtown 'Brown Derby" Cafet newly redecorated ample seating capacity, fully stocked, good living for man and wife team. See Brown at Brown's 82 truck stop, Stamps, Ark. 5-8t AT 621 South Pine the owner says to but the price and sell - so we offer you this nice three bedroom home with small barn, pantrx. yard, garden spot for only - $3?600.00. ON a nice 70'x 150 ft. shady corner, lot, paved street, this three bedroom home IB a real buy. Fine garden spot. Small barn. Located at 600 North Washlntogn St. and priced for only - $3,750.00. CALL - FOSTEtt REALTY CO. PK7-4691 5-3t Plenty of « USED TIRE BARGAINS Exceptional, values in 2 USED DETROIT JEWEL GAS RANGES Fully guaranteed Oklahoma Tire & Supply A 1 ; TON console air conditioner. A % Ion window unit Both Car- Phone 7-2424. 6-3t EIGHTY acres of timber land. .Columbia ^County. For information 1 , ^rite, Jewell Monts, 0380 Trumoull, Detroit 2, Mich. 7-Ot Wonted MAN for house to house consignment ca'ndy route. Selling experience/not necessary, We train ^ou and furnish car and all merchandise. $1,000. surety bond required. No cash required. This is a proposition for an honest and hard working person to make a good livlhg. - Write M. M. Harris, P. O. Box 2605, Charlotte, N. C. . , 5-3t Wanted to Buy TO, BUY :Men's Used, .Shoes, Reaves Bargain Shop, " , 31-TF YOUNG growth of cut over timber land. Anywhere in Southwest Arkansas. Will pay top prices. Phone 7-2228 or see Ralph Saunders. • * , J12-1 Mo. Political Announcements ft* fifi* i* *uthdri**d id «**. nounce that the following art 6tndJd*te« for public office tub- lee t to the action of the Democratic primary election*. fot County Clertt ARNOLD 3. MRS. JOLLY (Amortette) BYERS . for Sheriff and Collector JIMMY COOK CLAUD a BUTTON Alderman Ward ThrM B; L. RfcTTia ' A. P. DELONEY For Proiccutlng Attorney ROYCE WEISENBEHOBR TRAVIS MATHIS Alderman Ward Pour CHARLES TAYLOR HOMER BEYBRLEY Alderman Ward Two JOHN S. GREENE T. O. (TOP) PORTER Alderman Ward One MRS. KATHRYN LOU FRANKS JOE JONES For State 8-nat« 7th District GENE LEE DR. F. C. CROW For City Attorney C. V. NUNN, JR. Funeral Directors OAKCREST FUNERAL HOME INSURANCE . . , AMBULANCE 2ND & HAZEL . . . PHONE 7-2123 •'-.-. • J7-1MO. HERNDON CORNELIUS ' BURIAL ASSOCIATION Largest and Oldest in South Arkansas. Call 7-5505 for our agents J15-1 Mo. Real Estate for Sale DOWNTOWN. "Brown Derby" cafe. 'NeWly redecorated, ample seating capacity, going nice business, ideal for man and wife team. See Brown at Brown's 82 truck stop, Stamps, Ark. 31-61 GOING Cafe business* only cafe in town. 60* paved highway frontage, 4-room frame living quarters .joints cafe, completely equipped. Walk-in and make money. $2400, good terms BURLAP bags;, prefer large feed 'Backs, Split Hickory, Co., Hope, Ark. 5-3t Help Wonted WAITRESS wanted, apply in pel- son only, Mac's Restaurant 40U 'E. Third St. ' " 28-U j-AUGHTERING "O94 V^PR?^ f» , Freew «rfprint L-S: For Repairs, Genuine Singer Parts, and rental machines SINGER Sewing Center Free Estimates 4 ACRES in Hope, nice 4 room frame home and several out- outbuildings, $3900, down.. $1,000 balance, like rent. 40. ACRE farm, Ms ( mile , highway frontages.'''Nice, shady' 5 room frame ' house and several out buildings Springs and -.nice pond stocked. $3900. $15QOdown. SAMUELS REAL ESTATE 101 E. Front. St. , Phone 7-3760 • . ' 7-3t LOANS to e»« wort «rt M for roo. in ttty. M to MA NpM lqpr»VMMDt tottt. Hope Builder's Supply Co. Phone 7-2381 . 3 UNFURNISHED ' rooms, private bath, $30. utilities paid. 222 N. THE BEAUTY BOX "Air-Conditioned" v Open'6 days each week ft" ' ..f.}, Operators .' . , Jluth Boelscher, Model James f' . ,'*^nd Evelyn Moore " • '.^12 South Main' PRESCOfT ROLLER RINK V i— ,7:« - 10 p. m. foriHealth & Fun — , Young* Old"- . fflrk Prescott, Ark, TOP'S Glass Cut and Installed. Complots Repairs, New and Used Parts. Highway 67 West 7-2767 Hop?, Ark. 'U injoy Eating At TOE Caft & Service Stptio Termite Control Co* For five Jntipetfiftn A. 0, MIPPUBBOOKS Jr. For Rent Daily newspaper-,. of ,the ,, world lad a circulation of 217 million of 952 says a recent United Nations 'eport which excludes ; most Iron Curtain areas, '• Louisiana. Phone 7-5583. G-3t ROOM house, 816 West 4th. Phone 7-3152. Good location. 0-lf rWO modern unfurnished duplex apartments. 3 rooms with private baths. 423 S. Main. Phone 7-2285. G-3t 4 ROOM, furnished ; .apartment, pnvate'enlranco, ba^jf'find garage. Mrs. K, G. MoBae, Phone 7-2432, f% i . ^0 °* The Negro Community .-.'••. i&, Heleh turfiw Phofte 7-6830 ^, :^ Of bHrid, Item* to Ml*, ttlffla* at Hicks Funeral Hortia Mrs. Lizzie Braggs, Magnolia, mother of the Rev. G. Paschal, died . at her home Thursday night, August 5.'-- • • • ' >'•"; *(•&* • • ' - - ' " Danville Dickens of Gurdon ditfd in la'.i-Liitfc;,. Rdick'v Hospital Thursday August 5. Funeral'" ar* rangemtenUi are, incomplete. ,, ~. Funeral service for Mrs. Alice Burns of Chideslpr will be held iunday, August ti, at Union AME Church. With burial in Red Hill emctery. Time 2 y. m A special meeting of the Sunset Lodge No. 1427 will be held at ;he regular meeting place Monday evening, August 9, at 0 p. in. The Rev. E. L. WilHon. Worshipful Master. There will be <i Televised Elec- Lion* party 'given on Hicks Funeral Home lawn Tuesday night for benefit of Bethel AME Church. The public is invited to attend to see and hoar thu results of the election starling at 7:30 p. m. There will be a weiner roast and fish fry at th# home* of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie English Saturday night, August 7. The public is invited.'- Rev.' • T\' O. Crudup -of Warren will preach ,at Bethel AME Church' Sunday morning, . August 8. The Rev. Crudup served as president of the Prescott District before going, to Warren to pastor. The public is invited. .,..-.<..•. The P. T. A. of Clow Training School is sponsoring a literary program in the School Auditorium August 19, at 8 p. m. Panel Discussion "What Can Be,. Done To Improve The Relation'-, ship Between School And Commu'- nity?" Participants are as follow»| Mrs. Florine Walker, Miss "bue'na Carvin, Mrs. Virgie L. Grays, Mrs. Sallie V. White, Mrs. Ellen Draper, Doyle White and Mrs. Irene Mays. The public is invited.' Committee: Mrs. Vado O. White, Mrs. Eva Gamble and Mrs. Maggie Rogers. TOUR £ MONTH (SOUTHWEST) I'he atea south, of and east of 167 encompasses an assorted array of attractions for the touaist. In addition to boating atid swimming in waters behind Narrows Dam (1), taking the baths at Hot Springs (4), rainbow trout fishing below Narrows Dam/(2) of'touring a real oil refinery at'El Dorado (3),'one can romp ^through Ouachtta National Forest/, hunt (and keep) diamonds at the Miirfrecfiboro diamosd mine, see the most fabulous geologic outcropping of mineralsvin the-world at Magnet Cove, float fish oti the Ouadhita River, all'the way from Lum and Abner country at Pine Ridge, clear into the hundred mile chain o' lakes (Ouachita, Catherine and Mrimlltori) which-girdle the city of Hot Springs. Southwest Arkansas is criss-crossed by streams and dotted with picnic areas and one can either "get away from it all" in the most primitive fashion or drive for an hour to the most metropolitan of hotel luxuries in America at fabulous Hot Springs. This mixture of the primitive arid the luxurious is perhaps symbolized by the oil derricks of the extreme southwest part of Arkansas, shadowing modern, ever growing cities, while at the same time standing as reminders of the source of this section's wealth and greatness. • No, part of Arkansas has more to offer than the southwest. Cleveland New York Chicago Detroit iVashington Boston Philadelphia Baltimore Today's Games Philadelphia at Cleveland New York at Detroit Washington at Chicago Boston a: Baltimore NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pet. GB Jl-T Leroy Cleghorn has returned home weeks friends in Bakerfield and Los Angeles, California after spending several visiting relatives and , Mr. and Mrs. Fred Yeugec' St. Louis, Mo.; who were "recent' guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chester H, Yei-ger and other relatives left Thursday for' Little •-'- Rock- where they will visit briefb\ with qther relatives and friends before returning homo. Miss Vanilla Hearon .of [Ozan loft Wednesday for Ashtabinula, Ohio Miss Hearon was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Leavador Stewart. Mr. and Mrs Hoover Turner and Mrs. Mimic Moore have returned to their home in Kalama- xoo,, .Mich., after spending two weeks visiting relatives and Tcxarkana. Hope' Nelson and Hill Post No. 427 will meet Tuesday night, August 10, at the regular meeting place at .8:30 p. m. All members are asked to be present and on lime. By JACK HAND , ..... F°r -Gayle Talbot , ., • NEW YORK Wl , Who is this man Arnold Johnson' talks glib- y of "millions and moving the _Ph'il- adelphia'.s. A's to Kansas City? It'sMhe same Mr. Johnson who dream.ed up the .idea, o.f buying Yankee . Stadium . for. S'/s. million last winter, selling the land under ''.the, park, to ... the Kn.ifihis'of Columbus for T 1 /^;''million'"'arid-tftuij [casing-the ball park back to the Yankees. • ;. President of the Ariiold Johnson Corp., .chairman of the ; board of five companies and a member of Ihc board of directors of 15. or 20 others, this 47-year-oM Chicago University -Tract is a new face on the. baseball scene. . • •The only coirvction he cv<>r had with sports; was : when lie and Bill Tobin 'ran the Chicago .Black; [•lawks > of vhc ..National' .'Hockey League. He still is a vioc'presi- League. Hn still is a vice- president and director 'of the .[ Hawks, who, just incidentally, (if--course, happen' to be part of Jim Norris' liockey empire. ' John : 'Carmlchael's story in the Chicago Daily News yesterday said Non-it, president <,£ the In- Leaders in the .Mqjor Leagues ^ f 1 *J?S By The ^Assopiated Press MY HOME located a^OO S. Pine, 1% block from school. New house less than 2 years old, fur- furnished. See Doyl?, Reaves at Reaves Bargain 4-S[t MELON equipment, Rfint. : $5 week. Chests, tables, traiM, icNe water, keg, electric stove, }4ght,sv Boley'g Courts.- 4-6t Notic* ROOMS with board, Cooking at its best. Clean, quiet, - : comfortable rooms with ihner springs'arid atlic ventilation. Hotel Snyker. Services MATTRESS renoyatlpn and innerspring work Cobb Mattress Co. 818 South Washington. Phone 7-2622. Mar. 4-tf A, A.-EAST. Well digger, located at C. A. Benett. 208 East Avo. B. 7-lt The number of buffalo in the United States and Canada has i rec'ased from abouf30ft4n 1899 to about 38,000 today..; ,"*' SALESMAN WANTiD We need two men to travel tp dp rural Earnings above average, Must have car. We trai|^ find pay you wijge training. 1 if|ould elso place one man in a protected territory, fpr personal interview see Mr- Y- C, 9t Henry Hotel, Room 6:aQ p, m, to eiQjpi p. | Battfn'g J -- Nrin New York 344, Minoso, Chicago, .328, Fox, Chicago, -.820; Avila, Cleveland, 3.18; Mantle, New York, .310. Puns Batted In Minoso, Chicago 85; Berra, New York,' 83: D,dby and Rosen, Cleveland, 79; *"--"-'•"•"-•y.. York, 77- ternational Boxing Club, and Art Wirtz, his associate who is .head ot the Chicago Stadium,'- would be affiliated with Johnson in the deal. ai /Johnson .wouldn't confiftn or "flciriy that/yesterday but it seemed obvious :1,hat they will have 'r~' -2 '" % /connection, • if -the :.f9uv-milli6i lar- 'Offer is accepted With ;fy spread,-hockey, boxitv! and -v.«". ' "- - interests, baseball is the.; Home Rons —Doby, Cleveland 23; Mantl-3, New York. 21; Williams, Boston, Rosen, Cleveland and Sivers, Washington, 1J. Stolen Bases -.. Jensen, Boston;,15; .Rivera, Chicago, 14; Minoso, Chicago, |12-;. Busby, •'Washington, 10; Fox and Michaels, Chicago, 9. Pitching — Consuegra, ,.< •3, ,'.824: Feller.- Clovol'ii Morgan, New Yp.rk, M-2, ;3QO;' roidsr New York, 10-3. .709;"Grim? New York, 13-4, .765. Strikeouts — Turley, Baltimore, 122; Trucks, Chicago, 111; Wynn. Cleveland, 102; Pierce, Chicago, 09; Hoeft, Detroit, DO. NATIONAL, LEAGUE Batting — Sniper., Brooklyn, 353, Muller, New York, ,344; Mus.al, St. Louis, .341; Moon, St. Lou-.s. .336; Schoendlenst* St. Louis, .331 Runs Batted 'n — Musial, St Louis, 04, Hodges, Brooklyn, 91, Snider, 'Brooklyn, 88; Mdys, New York and Jablonssi, St. Louis 83. Home Runs Mays, New York, 36; Sauer, Chicago, 32; Hodges, rooklyn KluszeWbki, Cmcin i, 20; Mathews, Milwaukee and Musial. St, Louis, 28. Stolen Bases ^ Bruton, M kee 23; Fondy, Chicago. JC; pie, Cincinnati. 15; Muon, St. Loy' 12; Mathews, Milwaukee and J FOR SCHOOL pus FAINTING JORPON'5 PODY SHOP SPORTS ROUNDUP my QAYL.E TALBOT. Hambletonian Has Air of a County fair By JACK HAND •'.'•• ' For Gayle Talbot .;•' . : : ..->'. . :GOSHEN, N. .Y. (/P)—The Hamble Ionian, seen for the firsl lime since Greyliound won in 1035, still has Ihe sprawling air" of a" country fair without the. ferris wtiecj. .The ladies still serve dinner on the lawn in fron; of the -church on Main Street ,anrl. Jtolks .-stroll ever to the-track from'the 6i-ahgo Inn, the Occidental Hotel end Ihe Railroad .House ' Choi Choo-Chpo \vhefe the Erie 'trains "rattle' Inc hollies on.the bac!4 ; bSr. : .Kiglll outside.;! the ' side door of Hie Goshen Inn is the half mile Historic Track i where they operate never say -run!a week-long meeting every July. Willie '.'Mays could throw a ball,from Historic Track to Good Time Track with its odd kite-shaped mile layout where Ihe Hambleloninn is held. Years ago this fesl.ive day in Orange County was a combination farmer's picnic, church social and lawn parly for the social elite. A sprinkling of the horsey sol from Skrylogaf' ijsed -^of drift 'do.vn for Ihe clay iindi a "few 'ftigiijves from Empire City <?ame Tip for Ihc air. ImmunityId Witnesses Means Fight By JAMES MARLOW • : WASHINGTON «P). A long constitutional court fight iics aheac if Congress passes — and there'? a chance now 'it will • a law to force Fift'.i Amendment witnesses to testify by guaranteeing . them immunity from prosecution. The fight ca.n be madfc ' 73 21 73 35 70 39 •47 50 44 5!) 42 61 37 68 37 70 .68 .t!S5 .676 l'/a .042 5 .443 26'/i .427 23 .400 30 .352 36 .34C 37 Yesterday's Results Boston 3, Baltimore 1 Cleveland 7. Philadelphia 3 Chicago 10. Washington 5 •New York 4, Detroit 3. York Srook'lyn Milwaukee Philadelphia St. 'Louis Cincinnati* "'•.Chicago,... ,.-. Pittsburgh' '' '69 39 6!) 43 r.R 47 i fil 53 51 53 51 47 44 62 37 71 .602 4 i .352 9»/a| .405 IS'/aj .401 17 .482 18 .415 24 .343 32 Yesterday's Results Brooklyn 8, Cincinnati 1 Milwauke 6, . New York 5 Philadelphia 7; Chicago 4 Pittsbnrgh 7-G, St. Louis 3-5 < . Today's (Carries Milwaukee a't Vey '*" Gincinnad; >a IBrooklyn ' .St. Louis lat "Pittsburgh ; Chicago at Philadelphia j. SOUTHE.RN ASSOCiATION '• . -.,,W, -L P.ct..GB Atlanta New Orleans Birmingham Chattanooga Memphis Mobile ' Little Rock Nashville 71 47 69 -19 67 51 62 54 57 f)8 51 OS 48 70 42 70 .602 .5,15 2 .;"i68 4 .534 8 .49fi 12'3 .429 20'i .407 23 .273 26 Yesterday's Resiilts Memphis 7, Little Rock 3 Atlanta 10, Birmingham 6 New Orleans 9, Mobile Ii Nashville at Chattanooga ((Postponed, rain) ic'a'I next step. This'' is no bush league Johnny who expects to bring big Jeaguo ball:, to, Kansas City. Among other things, .he. it..vice chairman of the board- of Automatic Canteen, ono pf - the big companies operating vending . machines, of which Dq,n Topping, Yankee co-owner, is a director. He''lives with hns wife and two children on Lake Shore Dive in Chicago. He has stuck strictly to. business tlthough he has been a baseball fan (While Sox) since he was a youngster. , Johnson' i interest in Kans-'as City ign't exactly unselfish. He bought the Kansas City ball- park- when he got Yankee Stadium and "nobody came along to buy the prov.pcl under that field. He expects to sell the park to the cily and then lease it back to operate the franchise According to Johnson, the park can be enlarged to seat 3S,000 by the '55 season. 1^11935, -a.t-oJeffst, I'^slick^gcnlleman '.^ a •>.&3 < w,',">fas't' "dpJla'rs ijj;ith a i game 6fi a corner .until tho c|ps droye him.v his . fQlding tablo fAd walnut'shells out of to'wh. Somehow, the crowd seems In have hanged since harness racing became a- big-time, oppvation under the .'lights 1 -:;ife Rooaevelt and Yonkers the, old (-Empire • Pity'-flat ' ' (1-) on whether 'Congross can pass a law to get around the Coinstitu- lion's Fifth Amendment arid (2; whether Congress can "pasit a law guaranteeing a man immunity in both federal and state courts. The Sennts pasccd an immunity bill in 1953. The House passed i different 'Jiie"yesterday. The Senate may accept the House junking its own. Then President Eisenhower could sign the bill into law. This is the story stop by step: The Fifth Amendment pays a man can't be compelled to give testimony which might inc.riminatc him. Long ago Congress had trouble making some witnesses talk before its committee:;. So in 1857 it passed a law which still stands. It says: "No testimony given by a witness before a congressional committee shall be used as evidence in any criminal proceedings against him in any court."...This law sounded' more . c-'trAiSnirn^tfiii??. It' iS. ' ." ..„-: -V,';, The government cah'l tiie siicb''ii witness,' actual words -•^•-••^' Memphis at Little Kock Nashvillo at Chattanooga (Only games scheduler!) New Zealcmder Bests VANCOUVER,^ C iffi inc the fa f-~ ~fT \ J7- ~ ^ '( ?*"."" outperforrtnng' 'famotfi J yesterday inMtlw-a British Enfftjr<| C rj G»m1|s \ /% r j, Mun-ay liiay bow 'lornor row ~* to the power 4haf is ll^tegt in the,, le|SjS of the migfjjy," whert, bill L . an ^ .™3S.JPL .l . vised duel,,4Hc 0.)-!. tele 'been 'Ipngpr do''Ihe, book••their pools linden the >'th£'i 'day' Deaths Py The Associated Press PARIS > Gabnelle Colette, 81, one of the most famous of modern French novelists and r i member of the Acadenue Goncourt. Died Tues.- day, CHICAGO —Paul E. Jacoby, 57, forejgn news editor of the'Chica'go Tribune. Died. Tuesday. • • , St. Louis, S. ' Pitching Antonelli, T^ew York, ia-V., .8JJ8; Lawrence, .,8*. Louis. WJ, .727; Davis, Chicago, 7-3. .700; Grissom, New York, 9-4, .69?, New York, 11-5, -CCS. Roberto. PhUadel- v'i «»cl HftddJx. St. Lows. 130- Brw*ly<». 113; Wl 8p«hn. I t . tra,ck.. JNq makers, rse stands. Tl'io days aro gone when you could "steal" a harso at 10 to 1 on the slates and walch with t;!ec as tho price shortened and your horse w.ent-Qi'f as the favorite. -They have.- ; had ; fhe minutes.;-up heje .for n\apyilyoai-s wil,!t «i lo.lo board in the infield and long linos \yajtjng al the window^ buck cif the low ' raiTib!ii>g -, jyoo^eft" slands/Vi . |iv'front of l.ljve gai'.e v lhe,.,ha'nd i i- cdppers sell 'fheir 'seicetioiis jus! as they do at Belmont, Jamaica pnd Aque'djct. docker Joe. a man who should know about such things, says, 'business is a little slow. Theao people seo these things only once a yegr." Foi yeats yc^ hae beven leading about the '"Corn Tassel Dei- by"," the cliphe coined to descube this most ^mportant test for three- year-old trotter.s/' But theie was.n'1 a Suspender ' qr Sun'oonnet Su? in the 'crowd this year. The sport thnt, cord jacket and loafeis wa:^ a common uniform. Eail Van Jnweg'.n, a veteran cf thu mutuul department ana Yon- l.'ers Racaway Clubhouse, has been coming to J}am,bl.toma«i> Cor over 20 years. % H<j ,/l>nJs ttio players "hep" to Die £ns und out of Ihc mutuel ' hgve changed ).i 19 ycais since Qreyhaiwsi. But the "grey 1 ghost' 1 "would have been light .at-humc in ihe 1034 field. }3etwugn 1934 and 1853 the number of annual admissions to hospitals, iu the United States rose §7 per- 1,099 popujatiuji to if it wants t otry, him some crimo related mony, b.ut it c'an us;o as a lead for' gather on which it can try him. And, so '/ar as is known, if the testimony 'of .a, ; -fipngr'c.s&ionit1 witness inolved a stale crime; the stale where it occurrbd^couidf,'-.tise his tesi'mony as a,,le.a'd:forf^at||er- ing evidence on. '{jyhje;ii IQ R fry <yfim in a stflte court." ""' •••"••••* ••••' One example of that was Frank Erickson, who admillud to a Senate committee had way a NJW York gambler. New ''.yo'vK pol^o promptly raided his 1 offices. '.- Ho. was convicted and jailed York. But a state ctin'-l tis-a a-.congressional witness'.'-'actual; wovjls a'ny morq. (hull'' -Ihfi. .gov^i-nmenl .je'aj/i lo bring him to trial. The Supreme Court .ruled on that this year in tho ease of r. Marylander who admitted to the Kefauver Committee he was a gambler. His testimony was used against him inter iu a Mai yland r was convicted The high lhie\\ out file convictioix. " In 1940, Congress passed a law, called. the -Smith Act, which ipakes ii a crime 19' 'teach our advocate fuicibly oyti throw of tii« ment The goveinment has and convicted a • "umiber munisl leaders under that act, It will try more. So -4 witness bsfora a congressional committe, asked about his Pommunisi activities, can dpgye; "Jt is noi t\ crime to ii-j a Communist. Bui what I jay here- may provide che government with a Icaduto try me under His Smith Acl. Therefore, 1 sUai.d on the Fifth Amendment and refuse to qn,- it might incrmunate s>wcr it me." Hundreds of witness's hyve used the Fifth .\niendmenl. And the pieme Couu had g to j| tliey vyere said they awaiting siuecMhoy ?crj<:iWi"iHic 4- minute barrier in scpa'fcstc tests earlier in. (he year Finals Near in Legion Play HARBISON Ml — , Four te.ams swing into a double elimination tournament here tonight to decide the Arkansas champion of American Legion junior baseball. Carlisle meets Fort Smith at 7 p. m. ' and Newport faces El Dorado at 9 p., . igle at 2 **•-•«» -—i**—• wi "ner?i fflj Qjffi V-'-m)' tomorrow ;.-s._x,v,i -L._-i.'^. c tomorow d lo two ftcrnuon fi- Ihe • tricl lournnmeals. uiers ot dis- courts and if convicted, jailed But the first witness who spurns immunity avid lands in jail for con- beep, guaranteed tp pros* : .r*-*. . §••• Here Are The FACTS... THE TRUE Orval Faubus Has Been Brandi|4PA Possible Subversive'' in a campaign of Half-Truths, Distortions and^ Examine the sworn Testimony from t|e Files Covering the Legislative Ivestigation of Commonwealth College in February, 1935 \ ^>m* -* i ° 'i^ * s a '*§| > fy'ff ^ ^ i vV *• • t' § "Below Photostatic Copy of Page 1354 — On File with Secretary of State. Supreme Court gave 'its j^a'Son Dec. 11, 1950,. in the^c^se^f s 4virs. Patricia Biau. In -J|i48^ai\|' pleaded the Fifth Amcn|(|nOTfj: |g ; refusing to answer a 'DerfveP federal g'-fmd jury's questions about Communist activities in Colorado. She was tried and jailed for one year fo/ contempt ' to the Su- Q. Do you have a list of your students together with their names and addresses that are now enrolled in your college? A. I do ; not have them with me. . , ;•••".-•••• "• , • Q.. AAf.-Xpqh, may I hand you -V/h:pt.we understand pur:fx>rts to be a cor- .'.i rect list of the students together with their addresses who are now enrolled in the Commonwealth College? Please state whether that list is correct in al'l particulars. ' A. It is my be lief "that this const! t ' 11H tute,s a fist,of the^qrnrnonweolth .sv students and indicates the states • . from which they came. Q. I notice that there is or?ly one student in your college from Arkansas? A. Yes, that would be James Fulks. We have another student that is omitted from this list, that is Isabella Carson from Arkansas. '*£ :* '»» At left ..: . ;!"']?$ ' "• A " W'. 1 ' under oath by Lucien Ko'eh'. Director of ' DO YOU SEE ORVAL FAUBUS' NAME IN THE LIST OF STUDENTS AT COMMONWEALTH COLLEGE? ^ v & . r'M^i. REPRINTS ARKANSAS GAZETtl Feb. 17, 18, 20,1935 It was regarded, especially by the newspapermen here for the investiga- • tion, as highly significant that the Jn- vestigaling, committee obtained the. names and addresses of the 23 stu-« dents and 1 1 teachers at the college. Obviously checks on their records will 'be made'. ' • •-* ONLY TWO ARKANSAS NATIVES AMONG STUDENTS Presence of the college in Arkansas is an accident of economics, ihe said. The founders had no designs on the state, none on its residents, ^qnd has only two natives enrolled d^'sjrud'erits'. STUDENT BODY OFFICERS Officers of the student body of the college come from eight states: Brown, President, from Illinois; Atley Delaney, -Secretary, from Massachui-,;,. setts; the Disciple Committee, Miriam Lefson from New York, William G|. Adam,from Massachusetts; and Fred Rehmen fro mColorado; Ralph Field| maintenance'manager and Isabella Carson and Charlie Rehmer of the Forum Committee from Arkansas; the Entertainment Committee, Mary Page of Michigan-, Ted Freedmqn of California, and Bob Bovey of West Virginia. Photostatlc Copy of Page 1377 on EXHIBIT "E" William G. Adam, 22, from Massachusetts Bill Andres, 23, Illinois David Barton, about 50, from Louisiana Bob Bovey, 19, West Virginia Cora Brown, 74, Louisiana Nat Brown, 29, Illinois Raymond Chaplin, 18, Massachusetts Atley Delaney, 1 9', Massachusetts Frank Prosier, 25, Pennsylvania Loren')E|son, 43, Michigan Ralph'Field, 54, Louisiana Ted Freedman, 27, California James Fulks, 17, Arkansas Claude Gower, 24, Illinois Mirian Lqfson, 24, New York Al Lehman, 27, New York 1 - ' •>•'. ^sai . , , •""-• V;tf 4ffF File with Sec. of State • , ; f ' , ,>Mj Harold Ben old ^London, 19, Pfejihsyjyor3lat| i Low, 29, Louisiana ;J v '«C i y^i% s | Matt Mackje, 55, Louisiana^y ?^| --,,Mas.ow,23 V ^o^g» ie Merrill, 27> Vermoh|^|V^;|J Paul Irene • . , Mory r Paige; l^^Mic^igqn^llg Charles Rehmer? 23, JCoU^||^55 1 Smith Sonfor toUo.cM^^jM onforci, 35', Loi^s'iar^'V ^Vp§ Armin Shumin, 37, .Cqjj^ornjid^V'^^^ Leona Stevens, 23^LpJisjahb;'|M^ Frank Weis, 30 f Bob W^t\23' Robt. Reed, T«xqs She wii^-^ithin'Sheiii constitiiUonal lights in iwcping quiet, Iho court b,«c:Hisii J^ar j^s^nony might ..I""-imith j^ctVi-.-^P"'. Patricia Blau the FBI says it is the same ono was one of sovoi! ;.tisons arrested earlier this week on charges of violating Ihe Smith Act. The Houne and Senate;,upon the urging of Ally. Gen. Browne!!, Jvave approved diffeiing bills to get around the Fifth Amcnrlmi> <l and fgi%e witnesses to talk, generally, this is what Ihe House ' ^ould tio: It a wituui -, weie ed about CommuiM&t dclivUies fhd pleaded the Fifth Amendment, he could be promised immunity fvojn prpsecuiion for any crime related to. his testimony. If he still refused, pleading the Jjiltu Amendment, he could be tried for contempt of ongrCess or a federal FRANCIS CHERRY HAD THIS I HE HAS PIRPOSELY WITH HELD IT FROM . -'. ': ' -' - - ' - ' , ' >'.U YES/ TRUTH IS THE ISSUE (N THIS CAMPAIGN - AND THE PEOPLE OF ARKANSAS HAVE FOUND YOU OUT, FRANCIS CHERRY 9] lempt will certainly ap'peal to the i» Suprpme C-iurt, raiswg ihis ques» f tion: Jsn'l Congress violating the j. Constitution when it passes a law • tp deprive a n\an o( the Fifth Amendment's protection? The gov* ! eminent would argue that he has • • ^^ijHHBPI^-* piplPlp ^^^^^R ^l||llr . p^iiW ^^i^iw ^^^^^^^^^^ •HMP QBHf i^PPH ^^NBjjff^\ ^^^^^^^Wy /*^HB|P|^^^ ^"' l ^'^W>fJ^|i*!||i 4i4W •.".i{"M" FOR GOVERN fir | t ^" T ^ V-*p-% *" t -T J>j" : H ,s'Mfe'Vf'lsa?^,J'V^s%;.

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