Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on August 19, 1954 · Page 16
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 19, 1954
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f ,'"* 'V K , r ,s.?e~. i ', J I 4 HOPt S T A ft , HO A ft K A N S A S ; August . ^fc4in T 4s^ M^-*-* »T »^F • • • • »^»«» • T n^v • Gets State Job LITTLE ttOCJK <Al Charles L. Parish, Morrilton attorney, has .been named by Oov» Francis Cherry f&^succedHba've Pel of Benton- the Work- i;;fir«iHp&Hfi e the :totfcavatloli of It. «w wertkn ago, ho told ilfie/oidek Rlrl, went to *"h'suai ihal day, She was and apparcirtly afternoon, " Durlii .__^ ,devc m& couldn 1 "'* , before ..,,., .—^ f . ._„„ 'diagnosed It as' a heart kjia! said. l s ,monttis later, hi? younger Wafaft collapsed and „„' at play. She was six. four'Said thc cause of her ¥*U. &* Morrrllton Man ipertsotiofi Commission. after sorv- 3 Major Issues Continued irom fage One Some way to meet administration •objections,- and still Satisfy the majority in both Senate and House which have Voted ^6 ban ttie party „.„*.,. — .. tttr'tnigh individual penalties. The thc* WCC Justice Department has expressed Connecticut claims that the tl. S. Steel Industry started in Slmsbury, Conn. Jn 1744 when Joseph MJgley dpehe^&a production fear that making membership in the party illegal w:ll interfere with prosecution of Red loaders under present laws. The social security bill, a must item on the President's list and also that of nearly all of the law- nTakers, ,is hung up over a con- trover^' as to" coverage.. . ' ing Of Ihc chamoer holding tin"solar bdat." He said, "as a scientist. of course, 1 can't believe this is nny- thing but a coincidence. But thore ' ' . arc many things we don't know.' l«'blJMB/-I M6TMIM/ . . . . r j administration. ^iS ; '-Seeking to ,...„ thc ont <,ii' "extend- serial security coverage to .nit. int. «!"-" -.«H- .„,... , ____ » . n J.L..., ln .. a „,,,] r.nn . 3',6t>0,000 farm operators 500, !ikAfj< 1.16 c FLOUR -With 15c coupon in '* -*•' each baa. ,, 000 professional people « bul was lurncd down on this by tho Senate. The House accepted the Presi- dcnl's posilion on coverage in large part, and its confcrcs are demanding that thc two groups be included in Ihc /cg>rftpromi5.c tiill. Thc Senate repY.egentativOs hnvc been just as adaman't asafnst it. A controversy oVer a pa.?'Valsc (oivROOO,000 poslnl workers and 114 nillfion civil servtte,/' classified workers slill boiilrf djlny adjournment. •' ,t i-'t .•••'^.('i- * • •''• " Bul chances for' 4hc raise Dimmed considerably •' -yesterday '" after adminlslralion 'leaders again made clear that the '9,1 President would not approve .one without a postal rajjj increase.. The Senate dispussed --it for, .a while yesterday, then put It back on the shelf. But the lawmaker have been under -intense"; pressure to vote the pay hike before -they leave town. . ; . ', The Senate also hqs -,' numerous minor bills it could ''act on, ;'but most of these appeared certain to go down the drain in the rush of the weary ..lawmakers to -quil, .',-.,••. Yeslerday the: -Senate , : completed action on a whopping ^$1,039,000, 000 catch-all., money bill. -:'..• It also passed and sent back to the House, somewhat amended,' one Irrigation Ahead, Says Sen, Fulbright WASHINGTON (fP) — Ah increase in irrigation in Arkansas and other Southern states was predicted by Sen, Fulbright (D-Ark)., today as a result of a new law signed by President Eisenhower. The new law sponsored by Fulbright, Sen. Eastlartd (E-Miss.) and others, extends to all stales the water facilities act previously ap- . 5enate the lull five million should be voted. The House agreed to the amount and was included in the bill. W d fct.1 J.CXV,lAllit^O C4^V |.>«.^,V'U^4U* I 7 «t plicable only to the Western states. Under the law, . f armors groups . of •:. farmers, 'may Committee cut the amount to 3% I President -Eisenhower's clear-cut million. Fulbright convinced the varning Tuesday against any Red U.S. to Pull Some Forces Out of Korea "WASHINGTON y?) —The tfnited States will pull two thirds of its. ground strength out of Korea in 29c WRIGLEY'S GUM Don't miss this 2 for 5r HIE CRACKERS Lb. Box 3Tc IRNiP GREENS 2t>.25c SPECIALS ' Exlr? Special' RIB STEAKS MARKET ^" REEL-LIFE ROMANCE—iKlm*stars Arlene Dahl and Fernando ,Lamas, often called nimdom v s 'Aost exciting combo since Greta 'Garbo-and John.Gilbert, were married in Las Vegas, Nev., climax- 'ing a courtship of nearly two yeaVs. They are shown above during the first movie they made togelher last year. Tells of Big Slaying Probe - m W LITTLE ROCK, —(UP—) • The coroner who testified before the ___________ , ________________ T ________ grand jury that indicted Dr. Sam- of the antisubversive bills asked'by uel H. Sheppard for the murder of house and other persons entered the home who shouldn't have been there. Gerber said he himself did not arrive jn Bay Village until four hours after tho body found. , -' The coroner said he doubts that the murder weryion, which has Eisenhower. It. would -strip U. . S. nationality from citizens convicted of advocating the overthrow of the government by force and 'violence. The House, meanwhile, sent to the President by voice vole a measure to broaden the unemployment compensation program -to include another four "million workers," mostly federal employes ami-workers in small firms now exempt. The act would take effect Dec. 31, 1955. Ready to Take Stand to Prove Innocence . his wife snid yesterday investigation of .tluV. mystery "got mixed up" faster than any ha has ever sen. . Coroner Samuel H. Gerber of Cuyahoga' County, Ohio, who was before the' grand jury for two hours in Cleveland Tuesday, is attending the national coroners convention: here. He said early action on the July 4th murder in BAY Village, O.,' was mishandled. "When a murder is disovered in Little Rock," he asked, "Whom do you • call? You call the police. Yet in this case the mayor (of Bay Village) was the first person called." Gerber said the mayor, his wif2 and son all went tothc Sheppard never been.fpuriiff. was a golf'clue. Some newspaper account advanced that theory. Gerber said the murderer was Standing too close to Mrs. Sheppard us she lay in her bed to use a gold stick or any other instrument that long.. Dr. Gerber said ;he thinks the murder weapons was between 13 and 20 inches long. Mrs. Sheppard, -• i) t. whose, head was beaten to a pulp, was struck between 25 and 35 times, he said. One .of the. reasons police initially suspected Dr. Sheppard of" the crime, Gerber theorized, was that his family hired "the best' criminal attorney in the county" after the body was found. He said the 30-year-old osteopath now has five lawyers. federal funds to j, finance devclop- fncrtl of water Stippliurf for irrigation, conslruction of necessary irrigation structures and purchase of equipment. "This law paves the way for development of additional water facilities in Arkansas," Fulbright luld a reporter., • 'lie .said.'tdtjvetopmerit of water supplies.:for irrigation wells and .reservoirs V would enable many tarmer^ tov-grow crops in times of drought and make it possible for Arkansas and othdr-Southerii slulcs lo grow more food'for tlic nation. He said that an ,'apropriaion •bill sent to the While House yesterday pi-ovules five million dollars to start the program in the South era and Eastern stales not here tbforo included,in the law. •The law also authorizes Ihe Ag- I'ldulturc Department to set up u program under which the federal governmenl will insure similar loans mado by banks to farmer; for development of water supplies It :was an amendment by Fulbright in the Senate lhat hikes the amount to five million. The Budget Bureau recommended five million but the Senate Appropriations -™ 1 J ' : r ^~"' '• | ber for the same week last year. But it brings this year's total to 190 cases compared with 1G7 for the corresponding period in 1953. -.-•'• • The cpunty-by-county breakdown for last week's cases follows: Desha ' County four, Independence County two, Union county Iwo, Jackson, Pope, Searcy, Sebastian, Monroe, Phillips and Ouachita one each. 35J There were -38 new cases of mumps -last week.. This brings thp the next few months in carrying or ( out a new mililary strategy to borrowj mount a flexible defense agains Cortimunist China and at-'the same Umt build up a central strategic rcsflrvc at home. In thc largest peacetime rede 'lo.Vmrnt of American forces, an louticcd yesterday, four fulb divi sious will be withdrawn from Ko •<ta; Two divisions and smalle mils will return to the Unilec Stale:;, and Okinawa and Hawai will be strengthened by one divi sioti each. Although two fewer divisions \vi'. be.[left in the western Pacific, de fciiiic officials interpreted ,. th rnqvc as completely 'hi' step' wit /ctiiiAiif) »- *.(*-•»•»•»*.7 *-e» — " ttempt to invade Chinese Nation- :list-hled Formosa. M 0 P I I f A M , H i VI, A R KAN S A S _ iTTa* nuifii'i b 33it Let Us Install That BRpKENlSLASS Have that broken auto glass replaced today. We recognize insurance claims. If you need good Used Parts for cars or trucks. See us now. WYLIE Glass & Salvage Co. 3?d WANTED TO BUT NICE, FAT YOUNG pNS We need hens now. 'If you have a laying flock why ' not cull them now, and sell us your non layers? We ' would like to buy several, hundred at a time, but will take what you have. ; :;:... Call Us for Delivery'Date Hope Locker &|Processing Co. ; ' SOUTH MAIfJ STREET OVER 90 YEARS EXPERIENC ^H ' ' ^ • "' Mi ' ^^. In Automobi _, ^ _ ^ ._ ' ' ^flti Truck '•W ./ . •.,,,,-. t- t I. • ' Vff •} ilie ""labW recJ-uitmcnl"' prbgramV' "Only as a last rasori and to los!? ; of colfon vVill we lecruit niitsirln of Avknnsus." 'Taylor Samuel H. Sheppard, held on a first 'degree 'murder''indictment, is willing" ''''to do anything," even j j" a " bo p outside of Arkansas, take the? witness-stand, to try to! sa i d- , prove )iis innocence^ iin 'the July " 4th bludgeon killing of his wife. Marilyn,, his brother, 1 Dr. Richard iSheppa'rd ,• said today;His first chance' n\ay come to- .mori'.ow; when the/, scheduled ar- raign'me'nt on, the' indictment is hold,,, bet'ol>c Common Pleas Judge AYlliurj J Dijy, Howeve^ '{• his altor^ ney, William Cbrrigan, said he had not decided yet lo pul the young osteopath on the aland, "bul I am prepared lo call facl wilnesses to leslify lo my client's innocence." A'n attempt w t i)l also be made to ie.e Dr. §liJ^ppard ojj^ .bijil. tombr.- i ,' bul -bhioriaw .'proWbits it If there exists aiiireat''."presuinption of "guilt. "''"•' ' " Assistant County Prosecutor John J. Muhori, who will try the ase. said that the indictment makes the presumption of guilt real.," Meanwhile, Dr. Richard Shepard revealed that the family has oceived several offers from trangers to confess to the murder return for money, Some are "cranks" and others seem to be sincere," he said. Authorities indicated that thc de'ntification of a mysterious palm rint, found on a desk in the hcppard home, had been traced o the doctor's son, Chip, 7, and nd thai il may seriously affect no aspect of the defense's conten- ion that an intruder killed the 1-year-old Mrs, Sheppard, who vas found beaten to death in her ed. Dr. Sheppard has contended that ,j was knocked unconscious twice nd injured going to his wife's us- istance. He said he was asleep on sofa downstairs when awakened, iy his wife's screams. Defense lawyers indicated they also may move for a change in /enue on ground that public opin- on has been incited against the •oung osteopath. ' Another move for ,'the defense came yesterday when Dr. Shep- >ard , released a proclamation of nnocencu llirough his brother Dr. Stephen Sheppard^ In the statement the accused professed "undying Jove!'* for his wife, year's total for that disease to 3,974 compared'with 1,446 for the corresponding period of 1953. 16 New Polio Cases in State KOCK, .(UP) , V-WA'^ 4- J - J1 y xvw'-'i.*, , N T • , , V Tlibre' vvei-e )6 new' cases of ''polio in Arkansas for the week ;end- € eel -last'Saturday, the Stale Health .Depar'trnen reported today. This is three less than the.nunv NOTICE JIMMY MILLER is now connected with SHORTY BARNES SERVICE STATION ;, ,-Eas^....3rd .and . Laurel "' He 'invites his 'friends to ,, visit.hirp.at his new • : location. See us if you a re interested in Commercial Layer's. YVe ne;ed 10,000 in this area to handle egg contracts. DROUGHT FEED PRICES NORTH STAR 16% v $3.10 NORTH STAR SWEET , $2.85 GOLD-MEDAL DAIRY k $3.55 SURE MILK DAIRY $3.70 MBD SOUTH COTTON & SUPPLY HOPE, ARK. ii V'«'« <—««• ™.-i u -•»- • ". "-•m-wJin 1 ^<*W*if* i'T?Jrt~.L?» 1 , •' " iw- :;M\W^ * fc «^' .iv* ' -» '•"•O^vU'l >L\ ,", , '', lOttl^. ^..rW.'.V ^&&.>Lfo*.OS! FRANK MORTON B. Ri. HAMM A Buicks biggest hit tYis»u get the 4artt*r* iii step with tomorrow 11 5,000 Needed fo LITTLE ROCK — Cotton' picking, scheduled IP get under way about September .},. wilj provide jobs- for some 115,000, seasonal workers, ' the Ar'uan^s : Eniploy- ment Security Division estimated today, Surveys by the Division and Crop Reporting Service ipdicate a banner yield of 1.300,000 jjajes, Bayard Taylor, administration of the Employment Security Piviwon, said that the agency's ?4 lield ol- plus m.pbj.1^ wniU at Bates- 1 ,5v .,* From stem to stern, Buick today is styled a year ahead —with long, low glamor lines, with the very look of tomorrow, and with that broad panoramic windshield that many other cars won't have till 1955. Equally htiportant, you get in Buick advanced V8 power, big room, luxurious comfort, the famed Million Dollar Ride- and all for prices that start "fast a few ''dollars above those of the $o*called "loW'price three'' Is it any wonder, then, that Buick today is putselji;ng all o.tfcer oars in 'America except two o{ these "low» t You get the car thafs a sure high resale value Buicks have always had a high trade-in value, But the 1954 Buick has an extra advantage in its year- ahead styling, That means your Buick will stay well up in the style parade for years to come -will stay fresh and new-looking well into the future. So you're bound to be way ahead in actual dollars when trade.in time comes. Corn* so* You get a bigger allowance from our volume business .3. Kvery month's sales figures this year have firmed this fact: Buick sales are soaring; Buick is outsell-. ing all other cars in the nation, regardless of price range, except two of the "low-price three," So with this tremendous volume, we can— and do-offer higher trade-in allowances. Come in, see and drive a new Buiclf-then check for yourself that our volume business really does mean a far bigger allowance for you, .„._-._...i» R. Hamm Motor Compdny offers you over 90 years sales experience ^t^ with the four salesmen shown above; You know and appreciate what exper : ience means when you are in the itiarket for an automobile or truck, and you can depend on these men because they have been selling right here in this area. They will be glad to assist you at all times in finding just the right car or truck to fit your needs. Remember when you buy it's experience that counts. iV^^;;i|^| ; CAN DEPEND ON B. R. HAMM <:, -'V? -^ s?rm^< , , W*'-'''V<t fcfttfc* '" V . ^;$i- K- •'" 4 , WHIN ViTTiB AUIOM9BIU5 ARE 6UIIT BUICK Will BUIIP SID ROGERS BUICK CO. 13rd Street v Hppe f Arfe 304 Eoit 3rd Street > j. j i *^)|y!ks &!£;<V'" te.& tti&ii: ^-.^..M^&f{i& -' •! l^irst Choice Used Cars and Trucks We ho v '/e a good stock of clean used cars and trucks that are in excellent condition. Lots of these \\lere one owner cars that were t.jraded on new Dodge car.s, trucks and Plymouth's. No ma tter what kind you want come in and see us first. Genuine Dodge & Plymouth Parts Always Available '•'.-•"- .'..'• ' 4^*,, ^ , Our parts d^rSdrtment is stocked with just the right kind of part your car or/tryick needs. We carry a complete stock of parts at all time^ so when you ' need parts you don''t have to . wait fpr them. Besgreandsee us fpr those parts for your car or truck. .,..'• Expert in Latest Factory Our service department i$ §eQ-^i ?J||f| 'ond to none. Pur mechanic?^ ^'/^l have-been trainc$\to ^^^^l your car wjth'tj^f'.^^'y laf^%|*i factory pqulpmqnt tfnd:,ftjey^r" know how, I f your car y t^uc^\ $1 ^^i needs any service ; ^ingi> now, and hqve that work apng. -%$' ' fC ^^ '*- YOUR DODGE - PLYMOUTH DEALER FOR OVER 31 YEARS MOTO DODGE and PLYMOUTH CARS - DODGE II rq Is I TRUCKS JM 207 I. SICSOND STRUT Ufy

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