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HOM STAR, ridM, ARKANSAS LAS5IFIED Most Se !fi Office Day Before Publication 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 in 3.00 1 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.SO 4.00 4.SO B.OO 6n» M6ri1h 4.50 6.00 7J50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 51FIED .DISPLAY u^*.:::;:::::. & ** !«h ^ a.!.*i JJ.'".'..'"", 50t per Inch " ab6v« or* for con- LV - v ttika (he one-day rots. Itidlfo ClassMied advert King copy » accepted until 5 p. m. for fleh fn« following day. tl • -piAllili«f» resorva the right to k ; iO>.*dlt all advertisements of- publication and to reiect advertising sub- lEAGLE pups, 7 weeks old. Make good deer or rabbit dogs. Joe Warren, Phone 7-2547. Hope Feed Company. 11-01 » . i Ulali ; of one or more letteri, ' f • f Iflufas tuch o» house or e numbsrs count at one word. PrJ Hope Stor will not be respon- ffildr* errors In Wont Ads unless ''«rr<l colled to bur attention PlRSt Insertion of ad and th»n LY the ONE Incorrect insertion. PROSPECT 7-3431 Hope Star Hopa 1199$ Prait 1927 ; January 18, 1929 weekday afternoon by UBUSHING CO. 5./I.' Palmer, Preildent _J. Hf W«*hbiirn, Socy-Tr.iu S'«t Th* Star Building IJ-H South Walnut Sfrert " \Hope, Arkaniat _' H. ; W««hburn, Editor & Publlibtr KrH. Jertel, Managing Editor ilMi'.ttaVlt, Adv«rtl»lng Monag« "V!.H«mor, Moth. ,Suph •i'i«eond elosi matter at »r«? Office at Hope, Arkaniai, fthrAct of'March 3, 1897. THREE-QUARTER ton Carrier window air condition unit. Phone 7-2424. 12-3t .LOSING out my flock of large Toulouse geese at just $39.00. Arthur Gray, Ozan. 12-3t ef the' Audit Bureau of .' CIrculatloni , ' .-_.- tsc'rlpHon 'Ralos (payabln In ad* '", ', Vance): In , Hope and neighboring nil| . In, , Hempsteod, '•Nevada, e;.- Howard, aha Miller- coun-, " ( - - ! " - i". . ; (;.monthj.,...w;r...i. ....... . ........ 1 ,60 !%&,.. J. ...,,.,..', .".. 1,) 0 rthkA.?, i ;„ ,„ 3,85 3f8^y.«.«. , -.'('•SO idvortlilng ' Representatives: sy|4Jb|l|es/' Inc.; 1602 Storick Memphis 2, Tenn.; t 505 Texas jLDollos 2,.Tokps; 360 K -Avft, Chicago 1, 'III.; ,60 E, "-'•• "--•- 17, N. Y,; .1763 t,, Detroit 2. Mich.; .Oklahoma- f City, 2,. , Pro§s; 'tefT Press V entitled ex- >j<to me.'usa'for republicotlon sj local news printed in this -W* w»ll • as oil AP news Jb> 'Radio ' Bfn.Auto (jolste Store For Plenty of USED TIRE BARGAINS Exceptional values in 2 USED DETROIT JEWEL GAS RANGES .Fully guaranteed Oklahoma Tire & Supply 1GHTY acres of timber land. Columbia Cpunty. For information, write, Jewell Monts, 8380 Funeral Directors OAKCRESt INSURANCE 2ND & HAZEL HOME -AMBULANCE PHONE 7-2123 AD4 Mo.. TF HERNDON CORNELIUS BURIAL ASSOCIATION Largest and Oldest in South Arkansas. Call 7-5505 for our agents J15-1 Mo. For Rent UNFURNISHED 3 room apart ment. Private bath, rctit fea- sonale. 1311 West Avenue B. 10-61 Trumbull, Detroit 2, Mich. 7-8t 0 HEAD of callle. Jersey cows, calves, heifer yearlings. Inquire Mrs. Maggie Davidson, Wash ington, Arkansas. 13-Ot Wonted *o Buv O 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. THREE unfurnished rooms, private bath $30.00. Utilities paid. BITTER SAGE Copyright 1964 by Frank Grubfcf. Distributed by WEA Service, Inc. By Frank Gruber 222 North Louisiana, 5583. Phone 7 ll-3t TWO room furnished apartment, private entrance, garage, and large closets. Phone 7-2119. 1002 West Avenue B. 13-31 Found TWO Chairs which fell from pick up truck at end of S. Main last week. See Jones at Hope Star. ll-3f Notice 4 PEOPLE. $5.00; all refrigerated air, innersprings, foam pillows. C. E: Bolcy "all new court." Trailer, $1.00. References, Citizens And National Bank. A-14-'m By FRANK GRUBER THE STORY: Sage city Is a wlde-epen trail tdwn in Kansas, at the terminus of the railroad. Wes Tancred, alias John Bailey, has taken * job as a printer nn the paper run by Luke Mlllef, who !& fighting to make Sage City a decent to'wn. Tancred Is the man who killed the outlaw Sam Older, who became a legendary figure after hi* death, Tancred enters the Texas Safoon and nears a girl singing the ballad of Sam Oldcr's death. Tancred had heard the song a thousand times, in cow camps, in railroad camps, deep down in mines. In towns and villages, in theaters' and in saloons, on the streets and in houses. He heard it now in the Texas Saloon, in Sage City, Kan. The girl finished the song and tho applause was thunderous. Sho left the stage and worker; her way through the crowds' to tho bar. Tancred saw now that she h gorgeously golden hair, a tmooth, fine complexion. . .and tired eyes of the palest blue. She said- to Tancred, -"Your iVILL buy Farmall or Cub tractor with pick disk and mower. Must be in good condition, and priced right. Y. O, Hagler, Eosston Route 2, near Bodcaw. i!3-3t HEAVY substantial bird Mrs; Earl O'Neal. bath. 13-lt Services Offered YLATTRESS renovation and Inner- .spring work Cobb Mattress Co. 31(1 South Washington. Phone 7-2022. Mnr. 4-tf BATl-B-QUE chickens, ready to out. Bar-B-Que meats sliced for Bar-B-Que, 12-31 sandwiches. Burl's Candy Avenue. The Negro Community By Helen Turnof Phone 7-5830 Or bring Items to Ml»s Turner at Hicks Funeral Homa beer's gone flat. She signaled to The Annual Revival is in session at the Church of God In Christ 911 Bell St-. Evangelist A. Moses ot Camden, Arkansas will speak each night. The' public is invited. Elder O. N. Dennis, pastor. For Sale or Trade The Texnrknnn Spiritual liar- moni/.ers will Rive a musical program at Rising Star Baplist Church Sunday night August 15. I Sponsored by the junior choir, Tlie public is invited. REGISTERED Angus Bulls. See -R, F, Butler, Roule 4, Box 255, one mile old G7 highway West. 12-31 For Rent or Sale TWO bedroom F. H. A. home. Empty, tile floors, attic fan. $115. cash. Balance like rent. Sam Hartsfield, 1008 West Avenue'B, , • 12-31 few Fall Line" ''"'Jfjst Arrived .^Newest Ih Mens Wear \s Low as $84,60 El^i^ardlovrs * Tailor Shop JSE REFRIGERATIQN ' 7-336? to Serve YPU! to ^«"w Youl .. Highway 87 West iUCK'S FURNITURE CO. ^ City Umlta West ls|i Water Barrels for Sale 7-4381 Hope, Ark. For Repairs, Genuine Singer Parts, and rental machines SINGER Sewing Center Free Estimates Community Club will meel Wednesday, August 18, at their new meeting place E. 9th North St. Asking all members, to please be present 'Time 7:80 p. m. Have another." th,3 bartender. 'Give the gentlman a fresh glass, Chippy." Tancred nodded, "dan I buy you a drink" "You don't have to. I own the place." "I'll slill buy'you a drink." "Why You didn'l like my sing I ing. You didn't applaud." I've heard the song before.' Who hasn't But they slill wan it." She looked at him thoughtful iy. "You're not a Texas man." He shook his head. "Gambler" "Printer." "You work for Luks Miller" "You said that just like. Ihc ho tcl man," Tancred said. "Luke MiMer wants to clean uj Sngo City. From his poihl of viev Hint's probably the right thing. Eu I run a saloon. So do a lot of olhe pcople in Ihis lown. Tho- saloon keepers wnnl an cvertyhlng - goo I o w. n." The proprietress of th Texas Saloon smiled at Tancred "You see, it all depends on wlie'r you stand. ./What's good for on isn't good for another. By the way my name 'a Lily Leeds. Tt used I be Maggie Leeds, "ibut Lily sound belter than Maggie." "My name is Bailey." Mrs. Viola Bearden anA son of PhOenix, Ariz., are visiling Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Roach, other rclalives. Mrs. Kalie C. Campbell, Will McGill and Darelene C. Wright of Fulton atlendecl the Grand Lq- dge Session in Pine Bluff. PHA LOANS « m t* HtA Hon* lnprov«H<* Hope Builder's Supply Co. Phone 7-2381 * CUSTOM LAUGHTERING and wrapped for deep fPr peep Freeze . Montgomery Mkt M«ri? Into Innertprlna ., PAVIS irt & Mome?§ Co. - ' Phona"" THE BEAUTY BOX "Air-Conditioned" Open 6 days each week . . . Operators . , . Ruth Hoelseher, Model James and Evelyn Moore 112 South Main Mr. and Mrs. Will McGill, Miss La Freedia Wright, Miss Darlene C. Wright and Mrs. Kalic C. Campbell of Fultorr-left-Thursday fpr Los Angeles, Calif., where they will spend several mouths. Funeral service for Willie Trotter will be held Sunday, August 15, at Macedonia Baptist Church at 3 p. m. Wilh burial in Stuart Cemetery. Tourists in Cuba can obtain free drinks at several distilleries which operate cocktail lounges where all drinks arc on the house. PRESCOTT ROLLER RINK Open ^— 7:45 - 10 p. m. "Skate for Health & Fun — Young &0ld" Fair Park Prescorr, Ark, A lean, sardonic-eyed man a Tancred's left turned. "Bailey, did you say" He wore a badge on Which was the word, "Marshal." ,. ,VMr. Bailsy," Lily Leeds said, "Marshal Lee Kinnaird." Tbe marshal pursed up his lips, full on Tancred's face. "That wouldn't be John Baiiey'.' "Why, yes." ' "You worked for the stage line &t Turkey Crossing." Tancred hesilaled, then nodded. Marshal Kinnaird gave a low whistle. "I got a W : chita paper ycslcrday. It had a piece about you." "I haven't sen^the paper, soj I don't know what ft said." The marshal p "urged uphsilips. "11 said that .three men killed Ve.'sse'r, the station agenl. It also said that the horse wrangler then killed said three men." The marshal paused. "Wilh exaclly three shots." "That's shooting," said Lily. "And you're a printer" , "I!ve been a printer for quite a few years," said Tancred; "The job at Turkey Crossing was only a temporary one. Un'.il '.asl week a gun in yullo a small store. A year lat?r he was ie sole owner of the store in Abi- ene and since the railroad had one on another hundred miles to ie west, Fugger established a ew store at the lerminus. Five years and five stores later, 'uggcr arivcd ih Sage City. This /as the closest it would ever come o Texas and here, Fugger decid- d, would be his last stand. Evcn- ually, someone would bild a ailroad down into Texas, but by liat time Fugger would not care. Heavy feet clompurt up the tairs to the porch over the rear f the big store where Fugger did, iis bookkeeping. The huge head f Bill Bleek appcarcl. "Van Meter's here." Bleek said, hortly. "Send him up. There'll be some ithcrs, too." Bill Bleek stomped clown the tairs and after a moment Van Victor came up. He was about 40. Albert and well-brushed derby. "What's it about" . "Hong Kong Smith's aniving in own tomorrow." Van Meier nodded. "I thought he was due. His Irail herd arrived vcslerday." "The money mighl ar well slay ierc, but il won'l if Luke Miller ias much more lo say. Smith would take his herds elsewhere," Fugger saU. A step sounded on the steps lead- .nt; up to Ihe veranda and Fugger nade a small gesture to Ihc banker. The broad, placid face of Morgan Holt, the hardware man, ap- aenred, "Evening, Jacob," he said. "Thanks for stopping by, Moran." More steps creaked on the stairs and two men came up, Packard, the ownar of the Boston Sloro, and McCoy, who owned Iho bigge.?l saloon in Sage City. Cios-/- er, their heels came a pudgy mnn of about CO, who wore a flopp..- Wrick hat, a soiled whit? shirt and a Ion;? siring lie. This was Judge Olsen. Fufiger then roiled on: the ball. 'I called you here lo talk about Luke Miller." "Thai's what I thought it would be about," remarked Packard. Fugger regarded Packard without pleasure. "Perhaps I shouldn't have asked ypu." Pack a r d shrugged. "I can leave." "And have you say we're all scheming behind your back" Fugger snapped. "Stay, I'll say what I've got to say. It's been a long winter and we've got a short season ahead of us. Four good months, maybe five. We're businessmen and we've got to make the most of those months." "Amen!" exlciamed McCoy, the sajoon marc. Leaders in the Major Leagues By The Associated Press AMERICAN LEAGUE Batting — Noren, New York, .344; Minoso, Chicago, .326; Fox, Chicago, S23; Avila, Cleveland, .315; Mantle, New York arid Abrams, Baltimore, .312. Runs batted In — Doby, Cleveland, 80; Mir.oso. Chicago, 88; Ber ra, New York, 85; Mantle. New York, 81; Jensen, Boston, 80. Home runs—Doby, Cleveland, 26; Mantle, New York, 24; Williams, Boston, 22; Sievcrs. Washing t o n, 21; Rosen, Cleveland. 19. •Stolen'bases—Jensen. Boston, 17; Rivera. Chicago. 14; Minoso, Chicago, 13; Busby. Washington, 10; Fox and Michaels, Chicago, 0. Pitching eight decisions — Con- sucrgra, Chicago, 14-3, 824; Feller Cleveland. U-l, .818 Grim, New York, 15-4, .789; Trucks. Chicago, 17-5, .773; Reynolds, New York, 10-3, .769. Strikeouts — Turley, Baltimore. 128; Trucks, Chicago, 124; Wynu Cleveland, 109; Pierce, Chicago, 100; Garcia, Cleveland and Hucfl, Detroit, 03. NATIONAL LEAGUE Batting—Snider, Brooklyn, .357; Musial, St. Louis, .338; New York, .335; Moon, AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pel. GB .'leveland 79 33 .703 few York 78 37 .678 2 hicago 73 43 ,fi35 7 Dclroit 50 62 .446 29 Washington 48 64 .429 31 Boston 47 65 .420 32 'hiladclphia 38 75 .336 41'/2 Baltimore 30 .74 .345 40 \' s Philadelphia 33 75 Mul 1 e r St. Louis .329; Schoendicnsi, St Louis, 323 Runs batted in — Musial, St Louis, 104; Snider, Brooklyn, 9i: Hodges, Brooklyn, .12; Jablonski St. Louis, 87; Kluszeweki, Cincin nati, 83. Home runs -Mays, New York 20; Sauer, Chicagj and Molhew:; Milwaukee. 32; Kluszewski,, Cin cinnali, 31: Musial, St. Louis 30 Stolen bnses—Brutou, JVIilwaukeo 23; Fondy, Chicago, 17; Temple Cincinnati, 15; Moon, St. Loutt J3; Mathews. Milwaukee, Asubun Philndclphin and .Inblcnaki, St Louis, 8. Pitchnig (Eight decisions) Wi' son, Milwaukee, Yesterday's Results Chicago 1, Detroit 0 (16 innings) Philadelphia 3, Washington 2 New York 8, Boston 2 Cleveland 0, Baltimore 4 Today's Games Baltimore at Cleveland Boston at New York Detroit nt Chicago Philadelphia at Washington , August 14, Disney Defends Scene in Late Movie BY BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD I/ft — Walt Disney today defended one ot his movies which has been criticized bj tho New York Stale Censor Board because it contains scene:-; showing a buffalo calf being born. "It's high time we started living in an up-i'.o-datc world, ' raid tho cartoon wizard "You simply can't ; _.. ignore such thing more." The movie is "The as birth any Vanishing NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pet. GB N'cw York Brooklyn Milwaukee Philadelphia Cincinati St. L,ouis Chicago Pitlsburgh 70 42 OU 45 64 47 55 55 55 53 44 41 59 GO 0!) 73 .625 .602 2Va .577 5'/2 .500 14 AK2 1G .469 17 ',2 Prairie," one of Disney's true-life adventure films, a series which has won sis Academy Awards. The New York censors have denied the film a license because it showed Ihe birth of a buffalo calf. The action f-ol Disney's dander p, and he's u fellow who doesn't -nadden easily. He claimed the Board's thinking was oJlmoded. 'There have been many scenes ri Ihcsc anlffia) pictures whicii I lave thrown out Tor roa.sons of astc," he remarked,. "Hut I felt his scene belonged i'ri tlic; film. It vas a clcr.n birth and very fast, t don't see how anyone could bo .ouchy about it. "I think it shoud be good for .?CO 30 Yesterday's Results Brooklyn 3, New York 2 Pittsburgh 9-5, Philadelphia Si. Louis 10, Cincinnali 8 Milwaukc R, Chicago 2 : 5-0 Today's Gamer. Chicago at Milwaukee (night) Now Yo,'k at Brooklyn St. Louis at Cincinnali ir.iyht) ir.'Sh at Philadelphia COTTON STATES LEAGUE W 'L Pet. l.WiU; Anlon elli, New York, 17-3. .*!;>(!; Hus-hes, Brooklyn, 02 .750; Loes, Brooklyn, and Davis, Chicago, 7 3, .700. Strikeouts Roberts, Philadelphia, 13; Haditix, St. Louis, 13"); Krskine, Brooklyn, 18; Antoneli, New York, 101; Sp.ilin. Milwaukee, and Simmons, Philadelphia, Kl Dorado Greenville Meridian Monroe Pine Bluff Hoi Springs 'The point is," continued Fugger,""what arc we spiny to do about Luke Miller and his newspaper" "I don't see that we can do any thins." declared Packard. 72 Cii f;7 •IS 44 2S 3a 50 Gl 78 .6HG .042 4'L .543 10 .449 25 .419 23 .2G4 49! children. I know ;t had ;>od of- Yesterday's Results Greenville 0, Hot Springs 3 Monroe 4, Pine Bluff 2 Meridian 7, EL Dorado 6 FOR SCHOOL BUS PAINTING SEE JORDON'S BODY SHOP 500 8, Walnut I hadn't fired while." $ WINCIM SHARES f ATI5, - TOP'S Glass Cut and Installed. Complete Repairs, New and Used Parts, Hlrjhway 67 West Dial 7-2767 Hope, Ark. Byers Watermelon Stand S-CURVE 3rd & Shovel You'll Enjoy Eating At Watch Repair Guaranteed Pre- School Special. Bring your watch in Keith's Jewelry Lily signaled to the bai lender. "Chippy, beers for Mr. Bailey and Ihe marshal." The marshal raised his glass lo Tancred. "John Bailey." H quaffed some of Ihe beer. "A printer." "Who works for Luke Miller,' Lily added. Kinnaird grinned. "I'm still drinking." You're against Mill":" Tnn- crecl asked. •The innyor hired me and hn can fire mo. And who do you Hunk is Ihe mayor of Su^e City" The marshal looked covertly ever his Luke's got a right to put out a newspaper." "I think," said Jacob Fugger, "we can do without you." Packard drew a deep breath and let it out heavily. "I think you can. But before I go, I want to Bay a few words." "You don't have lo." "But I'm going lo. I came to Sage Cily lour years ago because I was looking for a new low.n, where 1 could settle clown with my family. 'I brought money to this town and I've made money here. I've built a home and for five months of the year my wife is afraid to step out of the house and I can't let my children on Ihe street, for fear of a wild cowboy riding or' shooting them down. Sure, we've made money from the Texas men, but we could have made it without them. The land that the catlle trample wilh their hoofs is the fines fanning land in I'.ie state. Farmers have conic in end more would come if they could -.etllc clown in peace. The future To Drop Attack Charge on Marshall By HERBERT F0.3TER WASHINGTON (UP )— A member of the committee stuily i n g cnesure moves against Sen. Joseph R McCarthy predicted today the group would drop a charge that he made an "unwarranted atlack" on Gen. George C. Marshall The member, who would not permit use of his name, said he would be reluctant to make any move that would curb the traditional freedom of speech on the Senate floor He stressed that this was his personal view taut thought, other committee members would feel the same way. Today's Games Monroe ,it Hot Springs El Dorado at Greenville Pine Bluff at Meridian SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION New Orleans Atlanta Birmingham Chattanooga Memphis itllc Rock Jobile Yashvilte of this a vet is not with the catlle r.houklor. owns Sit go •Jacob P u i', K or, City." who & Service Station slMii8gff»*r lb. f ®> f W«X EI& Dry ,„ Elfivtii ,W 100 as McWilliams PERRY CAMPBELL Hi-Way 67 West— Open g4 MBS' Mflftt PE lr,IN» TERMITES CURRY'S Termite Control Co, PONDED . INSUREP (5UARANT1IB Free Inspection A. P, MIPPUEBROOK5 Jr. Pay Phone Night Phone 7-2921 7-2822, For Complete Parts and Service for New Holland Balers and Ford Tractors Phone or Follin Tractor Cp, Magnolia, Ark. Pho. 882, 689 * 1140-R Bee -T- Mite Bettle and T«rmit« Control Service Owned and Qperqted by Guy Grigg . Hope, Ark9ni9S Phone 7-3445 1095, Moin Ail Customer! are He doesn't own the Texas Sa- kion," said Lily. Jacob Fufjgor added UK' last ills- il in Iho column of fi»i'rus. rind wrote down the sum. He looked ut it a moment and pleasure seeped through him, Business was good f>n;l lions; Kong Smith's first irail herd, of the season had . arrived. Much u[ the money thai would be paid to Hong KOIVJ bmith \\ciuirt luiu iis v a y ev.'n'iuilly into FIV..'LI s hands' thr:niKh one ir another uf drovers, but with farmers." Packard Elopped lo Hie stairs and descended them. "And now," said Pusger, heav ily, "we'll gel on will) the business. Judge, how much did you make on fines last year" Judge Olson squirmed, "Barely i novu'.h to set by' "on made," said Fugger, "$624D Mosl of iho thai money came from the Texas men.' The marshal and his U. S. Agri Official Is Found Dead MEMPHIS (/P) — Hoyt N. Rowland, 48, East Arkansas fielti rep resenlalive for Ihe U. S. Depart mcnt of Agriculture, was found dead in his Acllcr Hole] room hers lasl night. Cause of the Little Rock man's death was not dclcrmined iinnie:! ialcly. He had been dead from 24 lo 36 hour 1 :; when his body was dis covered. Survivors include his widow; n daughlcr, Martha Jo Rowland; ancj a son, Tommy Rowland, all of Lit tie Rock. Funeral services were schedule!, for Liltle Rock tomorrow arrest them." \}\d channels or cojUi'oll'id, thai JTungc-1- Ten yean ag.o, al Ihc ago of 43. Fugger had been a clerk in a dry- goods store back' in a small Ohio town. All' he had had- to look forward to was another 30 or 30 ye^rs of drudgery, the accumulation of a paltry few aoUars every year by personal scrimping. lie was a withering, nging man al 45, without hope. And then, one m'ghl, then' had buen a buraldiy at the s>loio Five hundied dolluit. in cat.h Iwd been taken Fugge'- was not Buspected ot course. Ho been tit the s>toie too ionii But Jacob Fuger had been the burglar. not yesir goinj; to arrest many this The judge showed groat dis pleasure. "Bul my office is a fdo office. There's no salary connect- DC! with it." "We'll have to mako ol'aor • nr ningemcnls. The marshal and his men can't arrest people fur 'every trivial violation oC Hie 'city oriii^ nances, A man has a right lo en- joj hmibcll in om lown \\e'll Kt that word get aroimd among, tlv. : Texas men-and we'll have more herds coming here lhan ail the other trail towns put together," "And What about Luke Miller" pu.1 in McCoy, the i.aloon mart "He's got to be taken care of." Oil Test Finds Gas in Pope Co. .RUSSELLVILLE, OT A los il well in Pope County yesler day struck natural gas. When workers for the W. R Stephens Drilling Co. drinlled down to 3,975 feet they cut through rocl into sand, and gas gushed up inl, Ihe Ur spraying sand and grave ever the urea. It was not known this morning if Ihe well had been cupped y It's on MiUon Biiso iat-m iibou nine miles north. .. o£ Ru&scllvill The well is on a lea^e owned by Ihe Mruplv Oil Compnny. A 20-foot pipe was joined to the top of ihc hole casing at deck level ot the rig after the ga.s starte;! W 70 74 70 65 63 53 52 50 1, Pel. GB 51 - .508 55 55 60 02 73 75 74 .r-80 2 .500 5 .520 10 .504 12 .421 22 'A .409 24 .403 24 Yesterday's Results Birmingham 11, Little Rock 6 Chattanooga 7, Mobile'2 Memphis 7, Atlanta 0 New Orleans 14, Nashville G feet on my daughters. They're 18 and 20, and one is marnctl. Tho . scene look Ihc fear out of child ' irth for them. "I showed the picture lo tho Catholic Legion oE Decency in New York, and Ihey found nolhing ob- jectionabl'i in it. They ."aid it should be seen nol only by every adult, bul every child, too. "Joe Breen Hollywood's top censor found nothing wrung with Ihe scene. He told me to keep il in Iho picture." The Disney sludio pointed oi.it "The Vanishiny Praric' has been commended by the Paronl-Teachers Assn. General Federation of Women's Clubs and othei groups. Each vfcornmcniicd il for family i-.udicnccs. "I can't undersland tho New York board." snid Di.-ney. "I .arew ip on larm iind saw nil kinds o£ jirths when I was a boy I think I helps give you a wholesome oul.- look on life." A tiff with the censors is a rare event for Disney. ITe coul.1 recall nly one or Iwo olhcrs in Ihe past. One limn he portrayed a group oS walcr sprites in a picluve. The Johnston office raised an objection over the !H11e fairies' navels, zbut Walt held his ground and refused to erase. I had to give in another lime," be added. "I think it was in 'Dum- bo.' They objected to a winking i-.avel." But he upheld the buffalo birth. "We didn't publicize the seem try lo sensalionalizc in ar.y way," he said. "It's all done in good laslc. I think il belongs in Ihe picture." Tod.ay's Games Chattanooga at Atlanla Nashville al Birmingham Memphis at New Orleans (Only Games Scheduled) Texas League D;il)a:; u, Sim Antonio 4 Houston 7, Fort Worth 2 Beaumont 2, Tulsa 1 Shrcvcpor* D, Oklahoma City 4 Our Daily Bread i^.iced Thin by the Editor Alex. H. Washburrt.^^ Arkansas Gazette: Speaks Editorially When Returns Are in The Arkansas Gazetle which said rthihg at all editorially during the impaign has since the Democrat- unoff Primary Election publish- jvo editorials, (1) Criticizing the ay Francis Cherry conducted his 1 ice for a second term and (21 Crit- izing.my partner, C. E. Palmer,' >r an editorial he published else- here attacking Orval Faubus. Francis Cherry did his best, a onscientious man lost amone wily oliticians. ,Mr. Palmer, a newspaper man of this area since 1909, was simply ex- cxercisin-g the right of any editor o»*o,ther citizen to speak his mind on^Jssues and candidates before the public. The Star had its own specific criticisms of Faubus, based on the official findings of an audit of the past administration in which he was a key figure. But the Arkansas Gazette said nothing in its editorial columns— until the election returns were safely in ... whereupon it developed an Amazing burst of courage and a.;ftjidden zeal for public service. S$e fought. Orval Faubus. He proved to be a formidable campaigner, and he won. Today we have more respect for him than foi the Arkansas Gazelle, which has sunk lo Ihe low level of Ihe writei of an anonymous leller . . . -afraic to speak his piece . . . and sign his name . . . until the election return: tell him which way the cat finallj jumped. The election is over. The Star am m.«Bt of the newspapers have beei faKhful lo Ihe highest Iradilion o Ihe press, printing the news im partially in Ihc news columns, and when a personal opinion croppe up; segregaling it in a column plain ly marked "edilorial"—which i somelhing Ihe Arkansas Gtfzell wouldn't know nboul ... a dolla shorl on courage and a day late i confessing it. Star 55TH YEAR: VOL. 55 — NO. 256 u»», H, J HOtt, ARKANSAS, MOfjbAY, AUGUST, 16, 1954 A« Hrt MM i th* A*UtMtM>«*to I Audit fttflMM MM Cttel. 1 MM. l*dl*« M»«h 11, Tax Revision Program Signed Into a Law By CHARLES F. BARRETT WASHINGTON (&)— President jisenhoweic today signed into law ie biggest tax revision program i history what ho called a monumental" overhaul thai wil benefit all Americans." The new law, Eisenhower said n a statement, will "help mil- ions of Americans by giving them i fairer tax treatment." At the ame lime, he added, it "will help ur economy expand and thus add materially to the strength of our ation." The new law brings about lax reductions of $1,303,000,000 in the irst year, and more later on, for millions of individuals and nearly all corporations. In all, the initial year's tax cuts will total about $1,363,000,000. Phis will be increased later as Ihe new program lakes full effccl. Ten members of Congress looker on as the President signed the .bill Eisenhower kept switching pens using enough so that all of the Congress members could have one as a souvenir. Fathef ot Hope Womcm D/es in Ma/vern Samuel Harper Leeper, 79, lifelong resident of Malvern and a member of a pidneer Arkansas family, died Sunday at his home. A planter and an extensive landowner, he was the son of. the late Capt. and Mrs. W. D. Leeper. Survivors include his wife, one sister, Mrs. H. H. Shumaker of Memphis; two sons, Hugh Nail of Austin, Texas and William Harper of Houston; two daughters, Mrs. J. Finley Ward of Hope and Mrs. W. R. Herndoii of Forrest Funeral services were to :ield at 3 p. m. Monday at vern. • .be Mai- Back in July Lloyd Spencer hand ecja'js a mimeographed list of birc which an expedition from the Foi Smith Audubon Society had di; covered on a single morning, in Grassy lake, Hempstead county. We" • published that list on July 8— and have been hearing from it ever since. ' The weekend -brought us a letter from T. G. Hoffman, 1203 Pecan st., .Texarkana, Ark., complimenting us on our presentation of the article. Mr. Hoffman, it develops, VBi s a member of the expedition avbo, although Ihe official announce- Sees Economic Disaster on State Farms LITTLE ROCK, (UP) —An economic disaster on Arkansas farms was forecast today by Stale Sen. Marvin Melton, .Tonesboro, chairman of the state drought relief ment mentioned Smith members. only the Fort commille to draft gram. which met here today a new "hay-lift" pro- More Airline Workers Are Laid Off NEW YORK, (UP) American Airlines, the nation's largest domestic air carrier, laid off 1,891 non-striking employes today and prepared lo dismiss 13'.821. 'others if striking pilots refitso to return to work within two weeks. C. R. Smith, president nf American, said he also -would remove himself and other company execu lives from Ihe payroll if the pilots refuse to end the strike, which has grounded the lino's 970 daily flight since July 31. . • • , Despile Ihe company's action, no end lo Ihe strike was in sight. The Iwo sides have not met since the 16-day walkout began and both ompany and union officials said 10 meetings have been scheduled. The 1,243 pilols quil work in pro- est over .three' of the line's daily ranscontinenlal flighls that require more than eight hours flying ime. SEE WHAT THEY MISSED"—f'SgtT Llywsllyn Baldwin, of Pittstown, Pa" displays his $1200 pel*Hstment pay which bandits missed when thev held up the Andrews Air Force Base, Md., bank, -Srid mid«^ off with"an estimated $1M,W The absentmlnded robbers forgot to search..the customers. Sot. Charles Pyles, at right, looks onwithT admiration- at Sgt. Baldwin's -triumphant display. ~ NEA Tele'photo.;. , :,-,. .'- •''.-., "• C .-;-. .••••••.'•- ' : ,- ' .- : ' '• ' >'• OVERTIME PAY ORDEHUD WAS1-11NGTON iffl Th<; Senate has.passed and sent lo the While J-Iouse .a bill dirc-cling r>nvm(;nl of $550 lo Warren P. Hoover of Eureka Springs, Ark., for 32, days of Sunday overtime work as a civilian employe at at the Muskogcc (Okla) Army Air field.- Hoover, a guard and patrolman, claimed the amount for Sundays worked between October i!M2 and May 1043 in addjlion (.o Ihe regular work week. What intrigued us most was the number of Hope people who read report and mentioned it to The St'ar. Here in a land of hunters and fishermen interest in songbirds and other non-game wildlife also is deep and abiding. SPORTS .my OAYLC TALBOT. By JACK HAND For Gayln Talbot NEW YORK (/P) Bob Ihe bartender is the New York Yankees' candidate for Rookie of the Year honors in the American They call Bob Gnm the League, hnrkeso .spouting. The operation was formed lo^ lessen Iho clnngci fire. because hi.s family runs a tavern in Brooklyn and ho mans tho spis ols during the oi't season. When Grim beat tho Philadol- A's Tuesday night, he bo- cainc Iho first Yank rookie to win 15 games since Hank Borowy in 1942. Spec She a might have made it in '-17 if he hadn't conic up with a sore arm and Whitey Ford miyht haws done bettor in '50 if he had been with tho club all cca- •HW. But those are "mij'hl have boons." Grjm's foal i.". an necora jilisliod fact. With 42 games to go Hie 24-year-old ri;>hlhandor cuulcl hit the 20 mark. Casey SlengoV was talking about the youngster in his; office r.t Ynn- hc had bcntun down for - our Sladiiun after of| the A's. ' The kid came lineup for six innings. They finally got some runs on him in the scv- cnlh after Phil Ruzzulo makes an error. 'I wanl another look. So he goes against Brooklyn. By the end of Ihe spring trainin.*; season, ho looks l;ke about the best piichev we've- ot in camp so I said to George Weiss 'I ihink this Hollo can beat the bad clubs in our league ' We put Mm in right .spots until he got u.-iod to things. Then wj alartecl pitching !iim against Ihe a fiond 'him; we've way some of our "Officer Cleared in Fate! Shooting BENTON, Mo.— (/P) A coroner's jij.ry had ruled that Scott County- Chief Deputy Sheriff Aubrey Michael shot and killed a 31-year-oJd .Wynne, Ark., man in self defense. •' The victim was James Cross, a Negro who had been picked up after he told a resident near Chaf- c^§f that three other men were try- ing'to kill him. Michael was driving Cross back to Bentori yesterday when Cross .grabbed his gun and both men fell oul of a slow-moving pickup truck during a fight that followed. , Michael said Cross then knocked him inlo a dilch, jumped in on top of him but was kicked away. When Cross started to jump on h i m a^ain, Michael fired twice with a "You're going to see something this year on the farms that you're going to hale to see," Melton told newsmen. - . ; The legislator, who is a north east Arkansas.; rancher, aslo predicted that "arijp'hay' transportation program this year will prove to be too expensive for .most .Arkansas farmers.. He said the use of cer tain kinds of rice hulls for feed, as recommended by Ihe University o: Arkansas, may be the only way to forestall economic ruin for live stock growers. He said that farms of 1.000 acres or more have increased 80 pe: cent since 1920 and one out o every six farms has.'disappear ed. He declared that 3.5 per cen of the nation's farms get one-fourth of the gross income; the top 13.5 per cent get one-half and the other 33 per cent share the remainder. Hopkins calimed that. the.-bottom half of the nation's farmers are grossing less that $2,000 each per year. Mouse to Act tin Redesigned Anti-RedBill Mitchell, Hall Hurl Charges at Bar Meet By DAVID SMOTHERS CHICAGO, —(UP). The national chairmen, of the 'Democratic. ;and Hepublican parties indicated how Ihe fall congressional campaigns will be fought as they exchanged , political charges before'the open-' senhpwer, the decision was to get Leaders Trying to Pry Atomic Bill Out of Way By RUSSELL BRINES WASHINGTON (IP) '- Congressional leaders indicated today that they may pry the atomic energy bill out of tho congressional logjam the next day or so. Speaker Martin (R-Mass) said after a legislative conference at the White House he would appoint House conferees to meet with those of the Senate Immediately. Chairman Ferguson (R-Mich) oil the Senate Republican Policy Commillee, said that would mean the conferees might be able to work out a compromise late today so that the Senate could vole, on il tomorrow. The Senate already has rejected nn earlier conference- compromise. Ferguson said he anticipated tho conferees could ;Come up with a version lhal would be acceptable to Senate Democrals who voted down the original compromise. House negotinlors, h o w e v e r, seemed determined not to yield on Mcany to Address State Unions LITTLE ROCK 'Jtt — George Meany ot Washington, D. C., ptes« idcnt of the American Federattott of Labor, \vill deliver the keynote address at a statewide LabQt Day gathering here Sept. fl. Wade H. McKrtlght, executive director of the Labor Day program, announced Meany'f acceptance* the issue, Conflict centered on whether private firms should sole patent rights on be tillowed civilian nu- State Highway Commission to See It Through By . WILLIAM W. HUGHES mlso Jarm bill- of President quests, "was , ft Sen&te-ttouse mitte. It rflust still House end Seflatts for &1. Passage'apiJSttte quests *was agreed upoh a ,f the cnd,of this week^ 3^4 A deadlock whlchMw tie up tho bill LITTLE ROCK —(UP) FoUr of e five members Highway commission said today the five members of the Atkansna they intended to remain on the commission during tho coming administration of Gov.rNorninate Or val E, Faubus. The fifth 'commissioner. Chnir man Raymond Orr of Fort Smith, was on a vacation trip and could not be reached. But tho other commissioners snid Orr, too, "defenlte ly" Intended to retain his post. The re-organized commission eight Andrese louse spokesmen, t he hard f ought v< clear power developments, as is under normal palent permitled laws. The Senate called for a was created by the 1953 Mack Blackwell constitulional amend ment designated to take it out o politics. Under the amendment, no governor' could appoint more thai Washington — C o ngression- al leaders agreed at a White House conference today to try to push through Congress a now bill to outlaw the Communist party as such,' Inva session with President Ei- "Unless the trend is changed," he said, "Farm ownership will consist of stock certificates in a super- land operat.'sn handled by corporate personnel from the president down to the Ihird asisislant sod- busier, Then the farm will have literally lost its soul". Homer Duffey of Oklahoma City, president of the Oklahoma Farm' crs, addressed Ihe convenlion al noon. James G. Patlon- Denver. Colo., presidenl of the Kaliona revolver, hitting Cross in head and arm. the Farmers Union, is scheduled to speak at li:30 tonight. Censure Group May Report- ^ byOctl By HERBERT FOSTER/ WASHINGTON (UP) — Chairman Arthur V. Watkins (R-Utah) said today he is "reasonably sure" his special Senate committee pondering censure charges against Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy can submit its report by Oct. 1. But two GOP Senate leaders immediately voice concern over the ateness of this target date, hardy a month before the November election. Sen. Homer E. Ferguson (R- Vlich), chairman of the Senate Republican policy, commitlee, said ie had told Watkins that Oct. 1 was "fairly late" to expect senators to return to the capital be cause of campaign committments And Senate GOP Leader William F. Knowland said it would be harder to get the Senate to return in October than at an .earlier date Watkins' six-man Senate "jury 1 is scheduled to begin public heal- ings Aug. 30 on moves to repri mand McCarthy. The Senate wil recess when it cleans up its leg islative business, probably by the end ot this week, until the specia Ing of tho American Bar Asspcia- lion convention today. T Leonard W. Hall of the Republicans and Stephen A. Mitchell, of Ihc Democrats gave" directly, opposite versions of the Eisenhower administration's rccprd. Hall called the Democrats, ; a; "party'caught flat footed, by ;goodj- times" and said the r GOP has al- hat." attacked the .Republi- the House lo pass a measure de- claining the Communist part is unlawful and without any rights. in Mitchcll cans and charges of Mr. Eisenhower on favoring big business, relrealing inlo "sugar-coaled isola- ionism," and of political disunity ind opportunism. The convention row afternoon. will end tomor big clubs. It got him. tho pitchers are going. Whiloy Ford, Grim and Johnny Sain. that's about our pitching." Grim, a pleasant youngster, never figured he'd last spriiu;. "IM to make his last Kansas Ci(; year bel'iii- he was a lli-5 winner ton in Class A uiul veteran minor leiu the Yanks- been happy " hi; said. In tho Marin-JS al Binghamp .1 Bill Skit'l', c Tho much pri/.o rool-ue gives Turri • of Hie crt-clit for l-.is sue school" he said "He was just out 1 cess. VI went to Abilene and for buugtit a quarter to To Be Continued YOUTH ARRESTED PINK J3LUFF. (/PI Wayne Wil ton of Kaufman, Mich., ycsleo day was arrested in connection wilh the robbery of abuui $33 from the Trinity Episcopal parish Houso nnd Mt. Calvary Baptist Chutch. The youtli was idviitified by Pa }ipe Cluct Not man Yohng Youug said WUs.on had posed as of Sfrofe Needs Roin/ Crop Service Soys LITTLE RQCK (,/Pj— The Fedeiul Stale. Crop. -Reporting Service says the Btnie. is in x-ritical need ot raiu. though borne localised 4ieab te ceiyed showers , during the week ending AUK- 10, Miles Mefeefs, agricajtyral &tat Uciau, say& that Ihe soybean ciop has bee» hui'4 Hit by tho high teia pcralures and la.cH of raui. The of Ihe Marines and nevi-r played iiiyher than class A ball so he didn'l figure Turner, himself, is high on tho youngster. "He's tin- Riif/m type, a fighter who lakes his business •Kvcrytime we pitched him, heji'eriousiy," said Turner. ,ot the hitters out. Jim Turner liked him and so did everybody else. When we go to Vero Beach lo play Brooklyn, f pilch him and If the Yanks ever catch Cleveland and win their sb:th straight, young Mr. Grir.i, a wiry six-footer wil deserve a good share of the Striking Plumbers Agree to Increase LITTLE ROCK (/P) — Striking Union plumbers have accepted a 12'cent hourly wage increase offered by major Litlle Rock con .lectors. They'll return to work to tfSry'' or tomorrow, after -signing of the conlracls. The agreement between contractors and members of the AFL Brotherhood of Plumbers and Sleamfilters, local 155, brings an end-to a six-week old strike. The plumbers, who first asked for a 24* cent rise in pay, accepted the increase to bring their base pay to $3 an hour, .^p. B. Adney, chairman of the i lion's negolialing commillee, said about 300 of the union's 425 mem bers would be affected by the increase. fire- 14 Forest Fires Being Battled By The Aosoclated Press Foresters gnd volunteers fighters were battling 14 fires on 300 acres in Arkansas last night. Earlier yesterday the crews extinguished, six fires, and Stale Forester Fred Lang said the forest fire situation in Arkansas was not as bad as it had beon. Lang credited a fire-conscious public'with an assist in holding down the number and size of Arkansas forest fires during this period of tinder-dry wooded areas. 'It just lakes a couple of days and Ihe people It|would not make membership " j party individuals unlaw- lut Speaker Martin (R-Mass) and'^Sen. Ferguson (R-Mich) said ;overnment already can go aft- dividual Communists, and is so, under the Smith Act, iti'makes it illegal to conspire 'td"*^ferthrow the government. 1 The new approach intended to supplant a bill that whipped through the Senate last week- which would make it a crime to belong to the Communist party provided a person committed an overt act while a party member. Ferguson explained the plan agreed upon today approaches the question from the standpoint of the Communist party as such rather than individual members. , Martin and Ferguson, the latter chairman of the Senate Republican Policy Committee, said the new plan is acceptable to the administration. They said Ally. Gen. Brownell sat in on the White House discussions this morning. period of compulsory patent sharing. It threw out Friday, 48-41, a compromise without that provision that had been worked out in conference with the House. Rep. W. Sterling Cole (R-NY) told a reporter he believes most House conferees will continue fighting tha Senate proposal. And, In apparent answer to Senate criticism, he said 'he 'had acted only as representative of a House majority in Insisting on exclusive patent rights. llwo new commissioners. 10-year j One of Ihe commissioners sait calls for 75 per dairy 75 per 'cent'o^pry^ Artidr^aen' At.irtsisWd^^up higher ' dairy , supports ,of > cent vote B^ EpvVik)'B. .HAAkt MfASHINGION •« JV > 1 ^ He said his position would be determined by the majority stand, 'as it always is." i the only way Faubus could fore any change in tho present set-u would Involve the possible refusal of the 1955 legislature to appropriate operating funds. The term of only oiie member of the commission wil! expire before Faubus takes -office. The term of Dan Portis, Lepanto, terminates Dec. ,31 of this year. Portis said he intended to stay al his job until that time. He would not comment when- 'asked, if iljo would consider working under 1 Fan- bus if the governor-nominate cided to re-appoint him. led. to Saturday ^ut &«$(£$ later , agreed^ to'-ariotheje,. today after." a weqkei\tifiqffi p^L^^^Ml The" renewaKof , gotlated Rep. Rep. Hopa(a? of heavy burning realize there is a ger," Lang said. ' being careful." Lang estimated By B. L. LIVINGSTONE. WASHINGTON —(/P) The house took Ihe ball .'toddy in a session-end sprint to '.pass a redesigned bill to outlaw the Communist party aiid deny Taft-Hartley labor law priv ileges to Red-controlled labor unions. House leaders, predicting certain passage, has already a hasli- Baptist Young Folks Prepare for Concert Baptist Young People will present their Annual Summer Pop Concert Monday, August 23, in the church auditorium. ' Earl Bailey, Religious Minister of the First Baptist Church is director of the concert, with Mrs. Basil York, pianist as accompanist. The Concert choir has seventeen voices which shall soon be leaving for college and this will be their final big performance. As only a week of reheorshal time rolls around we have askedi some of the choir members to ,give their reaction concerning the concert as compared lo the event last year, Here you have how it shapes up in the opinion of the hope all,of,;,the commission-; • er's decidi''tb'a^stay on.',' J, said- "Tlw survival' of' thfer ' cbippletCj-ngri 4t^9« ^wmm two more years to insure 'its .permanent survival. And , there, is going to be a < tremendous, , amount of pressure to change It, up." , t Vice-Chairman C^cil Lynch. 'Pine t Bluff, made a vigorous statement on his plans, \ feel It is now, my obllaation „,, _.ay on," Lynch' saicl, '"1. feel I don't have a right, to resign,'' ' Lynch has six more years of his term to serve. - , 1 Miss Wilie Lawoon, the only woman highway commissioner in the Uniled States, said she woujd serve her two remaining years as a member of the road agency. to 'I stay performers: Bctly Chamberlain says: "One- 7>, ^V «WICWM fffSW*, «* l V )V > ,, v'M -&KJ .CM'' Mrs,! 'tatr<.'»l$$ drownSd r S^da^in^ ,^«rt1 a*^ r*n*-rt« ^ i Pn1tft rV r hia ru.ci ine people i VM - t jwuuv.,^»-, ..H.W «.. j ^ forest fire dan-Uy drawn revised measure to t.ake the place of an administration-opposed bill passed unexpectedly by 'Then they start mat 350 Fores- the Senate Thursday. Wilhoi.il a dissenting vole, Uy Depaitment workers and about ^ »-- - ----<« 500 voluntcrs . weie fighting tliei , _*;,.., ,.,...' ,„ Ihe committee is ready to file its re- blazes j n Arkansas yesterday, port. The Senate will then return lo Sherman, Conn., is named for Roger Sherman, a shoemaker and one of ihc 'authors of the Declara- lion of Independence, Ihe capital to decfde whether lo condemn Ihe conlroversial Wisconsin Republican for conducl unbecoming a senator. Monday Is Day a Man Returns to Work Tired Out From His Hard Work at Playing be shuts out the regular Brooklyn | credit. Iced crop Mluulon w«J4> till sedoiis oud pastures were lo be m popi toudUiou m all >ni.u.. Cotlou wa'i icpoitud jnuKi-it, fan bul lacK. of moisluie ictaidjng gtowlh, Peck >aid. Prospects for Ihe ricu ciop was to be good. New York State hdd 1613,442 people over Q5 yeqis> old. m JB70 uud has au estimated 1,45P,QOQ today WANTED TO BUY NICE, FAT YOUNG HENS We need hens now. If you have a laying flock why not cull them now, and sell us your non layai> ? We would like to buy several hundred at a time, but will take what you have. Call U$ tar Delivery Dptc Hope Locker & Processing Co. 1 SOUTH MAIN &TRPPT ^ Morse *o Vote With Democrats WASHINGTON (ff)-^ Sen, Wayne Morse of Oregon, the Senate's ojily independent, said today he will vl|e with the Democrats next January for paity conUol of th« Senate. If the fall elections return closely-divided Senate m Iho new Cqpgrebfe, Morse's vote coy Id the difference bet.^en Democratr ip and Republican pon^rol an< Democrats ta^e oyer th| impprtant By HAL BOYLE ' NEW YORK Iff) — Morning thoughts of an alley Aristotle on the start of a new week: Monday is Ihe lirnpesl clay in the .average man's calendar. He returns to work tired from working at play. We lake Ihe seven-day week for granted Sometimes when I f ecl ike criticizing both the Loid 110 mankind even an upset storn ch can slir these solitary thoughlt. of rebellion — I often harbor noughts, about the God of the Old Testament that wpuld hardly please him. Yet he Jabored to create the world in oix days and lestcd from us vabt efforts on the seventh day. That created the tradition of the seven-day week. The modern cf fort in most Industries has. bee» to tyy to get the working job }n five days. But suppose the Lord had la bored 99 days m a row to perfec our vineyaid and tested on th' JQQth day. Covld human being have Accepted thfe pattern of ft }0fl-day week,? Csrtd»«ly not to ay. So maybe on Monday even even days isn't as bad as it some- imes seems. We claimed we are made in the but there are no Christian heaven, in our daily and Roman 'Draft Cherry' Talk Reported move to Cherry to fines and jail terms for anyone holding membership in the Commu- nisl party and actively carrying out its purposes. On Saturday officials close to the President described him as opposing the Senate measure on "rounds it would make "propa hundred percept better than last year". Janetle Barr says: "More practice, consequently much betler." John Whitlow: "Choir more enthusiastic. We like the music and feel ready to put on a good showing". Betly Burroughs: "People will like these songs better, really! They are peppy, more the people's songs!" Betty Owens: "The songs are hat the general public likes, very ppropriate lo our concert. Well elected." ganda martyrs" of the Reds, and reporters wore told ho planned to LITTLE ,ROCK UPl draft"' Gov. Francis run for governor as an independent! • ag j { tne up use t o km it. in Ihe November general election! To met tne administration's ob- has been v *tarted in LitUe Rock. j ec tions, Houseleaders and Jus- The two sponsors didn't wanl to be idenlified by name. lice Department officials hurriedly rafted a new bill which would Chcuy, who was deteated on Iheiblup the Communist of unofficial b> Oival mage of God, uarrels iii a 'lore often we imitate ives the old Greek gods, who squabbled among them elves in petty rivalries so mucl hat today they would feel as much at home in Times Square as liey did on Mount Olyuipu*. The victory of Chiistianily over ,he ccntuues is lhat il reflects the prdinary man's craving lo reveal something more substantial, and les-s jealous, than he knows himself to be. Peace has 1 been thu mouth- spoken dream of every generation of mankind under vhe sun. Vet ths simplest way to create woild unity would be an announcement that in- Faubus in the Democratic Primary last week, declined lo comment. The governor said he would make a slalement when the vote is cer- lified Ihis week. The Ihey Park bandshell in Little Rock for a mass meeting next Thursday night. legal status, but which omrmlted Ihe Senate provisions aimed at punishing * individual pally members. Allhough Ally. and FBI Director vei have Gen. BrowneV J Edgar Hoo an> Dan on Ihe vaders fumi ajiothev earth. pjanct had ot so-calU'U cwili- hdVt, 1 known it is th^tdire "necessity, a man'=> urgent and dependence PU r~ Th»ee The &4d zation aa we Methodist Day Camp Underway Unit Mothers have been chosen for the Methodist Junior Day Camp to be held Augus.1 10-20th , as follows: Mis. £4 Aslin, Mrs Jim. Mey- eis, and Mrs. Hugh Reese. Between 35 and 40 Melhodist Jumoit. are, expepteij lo enroll for the camp which will be held at Fan Pdrk daily from 9 until 3 o'clock Methodist Jumois to attend wil he ^hose who will enroll in the he House draft was leported to have been accepiPd icJuctantly in neferenpe to the Senatu b;ll. Senate Republican Leader Know land of California told the Senate Satuiday night he would l>e "ve»y disappointed if »t weie returned to the Sejwle legislation that doe not cpntajn a provision outlawinj the Communist paity." Pentecostal Church Meet Continues A revival at the First costal qlwuch, Fourth and Fergu son Crests, has entered Us sec ond week, with the Rev. w. 0. P^ key ol Hennepln, OWa.. bringin the message Hop? Public Schools this ?aH as .Specif and'?eve1»th grade students. Iststw, each night at 7:45 iti in charge of Glenn Wallace, Nashville, "We were put on there to do a job. We haven't finished .that job yet and I'm not going to quit, I don't know that we will even be put under- under fire, but if w? are, I would never quit under fire, ' Faubus .uid Jate in ht& campoijgn against Gov. Francis Cherry that he would "not defy the will of the people" in reference ( to the Blackwell amendment, T,he crnor-nominate refused to swer, however, when, asked on televised news conference jf , intended to appoint former Com' missioner Truman Baker of Sw cy and 'Jim Carln of Wilson to the president agency. Faubus has only one vacancy he wijl be able to fill tho o be created by the expiration Portia' term, All Around the Town •y Tht »t«r ttaff Recenlly three local lassies at- ended a cheerleader's school at outhern Methodist University in Dallas . . , while Jinny Herndon, Mary Lewis and Billye Williams were lunching in a cafeteria they loticed a man and woman eyeing hem . . ^.turns out it was J, W, Son) and Elisha Jones and need- ess to say an pld fashioned reunion ollowed right in the cafeteria . . ( hey took the young ladies to a jhow and were awfully nice to them as, were Mrs. Ed Williams and her daughter, who formerly lived Hope. Hope fans are kinda surprised and certainly elated over the flnp play of the young Pony League AU : Stars who were beaten yes'--- 1 -for the state championship local fans who gaw the (ppntest said the Hope boys were slmpljr pu> manneg an,d never really stood % chance , , . a Wttte Bpck new* story admitted the winning hurler was a J'slrojig" boy wh« "ft d J u f turned. 15 ... the age Wnjlt is H with *P«»e provision, sMng a I on sjjets, day nJgW trapped Jn J system cer of the players we,rp used by Coach from the first play on wouldn't try anyone flse , would htivi? liked tp have . »T_ L rjni Q *»V»««*m a«H thl* coupl? of minutes performed better . , , , the Ltqus I,,..,.. ^ftrpf n^er Of Arkansas 4W;the wow Jovvn/Sl should P'sfve jsored an. arrying only to u* ix«*' Wj*jir' first

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