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£^W«WJC^^ HOP! STAR, MOM, ARKANSAS ~4 ^, ScpfemW 13,19S4 ^: NEWS . HH& ot Ihe Presbyterian Iftfi "ftie6i v on Monday af- l-lhi ehutch for the mon- ?fti iheeling. To itiaft Circle S Daniel was hostess to 'ifia" Women of the Prc- at h« home on Hubbard presided and meeting with prayer. Study 6n "Pauls Sec- .tourney" Was prc- Mffi, Robbie Wilson. max firVant had charge of period on "The W. 8. C. 8. Circle 3 Me^U In McMaheh Home Ten members of Circle 3 6f the V. S. C. S. of the First Methodist hurch met on Monday afternoon n the home of the chariman, Mrs. V. McMahen. „ The opening song was "O Zltti Mste" followed With Scripture cadings by Mrs. McMahen. Mrs. Adam Guthric Jr.. spoke on &' Missionary And Mis Work." At the conclusion of the busi- ssi the hostess served delectable efreshments. dessert 'course was scr- Lcgol Notice ,. , Nonce 1C PROBATE COURT OF lEMPSfEAO COUNTY, ARKANSAS MATTER OF J' ESTATE OF No. 959 'arlee Stuurt, deceased town address of decedent: •'Arkansas .jt."depth: July 12, 1D54. ^undersigned was appointed iwato'r of the estate of the lamed decedent- on the 8lh leptfetnber', 1954. ^spns^having claims against Ife^tthlst exhibit them, duly j4iio' the, undersigned within fifths/ from- the <dale of the "" "aati6n'of this notice, or "'be' 1 forever barred and bcVfrom any'benefit in the "|f- v ' flo'tice first published 13th JSepte'mber, 1954, "" "V LEWIE STUART ft; ' /Administrator i. ' n ' i Ministerial Alliance Elects Officers The Prcscott Ministerial Alliance let for their monthly breakfast t Motel Lawson. Officers for the enr beginning in September were UScted as follows: President, Rev. tarold R. Morgan; Vice-President, Lev. W. D. Golden; Sccrctary- rreasurer, R6v. W. G. Bcnsberg. Mr. Harold Smith, principal of he high school was an invited ucst and schedules for chapel ervicus were worked out. The ministers will ask each chur- h to lake an offering for. the Min- slcr's Charily Fund. W. A. Llnd- cy led Ihe group In prayer. •,20.: Ozan, Arkansas Legal Notice j, -v 4 m0 * cbf/Pliblication to the taxpay- Ba 's,I'noUcfe in -this paper is ACT ass Order of the People to' Amend, Section 3 of 1940 as Amended Act. No. 252 'of the Mark-Up on ..-Prices . o'f Alcoholic. } Ho' Levy a Tax Upon oe'sale,.Price of Alcoholic 'and to ' Provide for Jistritjulion ' of the Revenue Ta'x; - and for Other the Genera! -ot the State of Arkan "\i\ That Section'3 of Ad. ' the Genera j of, Arkansas of '1040, as / 'Section 1> of Act No ic|Acts of/the,-General As m/Arkans'a'e of i'1051,-(Ark .0^, 'Sec.v48-1203), be and le'-us. hereby amended i ' •''^3,'(a) The wholesaler's . je to the retailer shall be '-(as;defined i n this act) ant L../J ,_.. .jj e commissioner o ' a mark-jap of tci of cost on liquor i,' specialties, spark wines, and he shal r^chVUguors to the retailer —'~ L ^without additions ere ,}s, hereby levied ant a ail,'be 1 ' < coljected eg providei ^fid - "Tegui,ation a tax at th "-'-'-,'per cent' (3%) on th 'selling price of al Jsy liquers, specialties /and still wines, which ta? jf% V £c-14ected. by the whole ed to 11 members. Mrs- Wayne Eley Entertains W. 3. C. S. Circle 4 Circle 4 of the W. S. C. S. of the First Methodist Church met Money afternoon in the home of Mrs. iVaync Eley. The business meeting was con- ucted by Mrs. Doug Eastcrling, ircle chairman. The devotional, "A Study of the Bcnliludes" was given by Mrs. k.E.. Pearson and Mrs. Easlerling ad charges of Ihe program. "The Crossroads of the City" (A profile If Dr. Ralph W. Sockman.) Punch and cookies were to seven members . Deaths Over the Notion > §y the Associated Press HAMILTON, Ohio Burton L. French, 19. long-time Republican congressman from Idaho prior to 1932 and later college professor. Born in Deophi, Tr.d. Died Sunday, RIO DE JANEIRO Lucino Refice, 69, Italian composer and conductor. Died Saturday DETROIT A. K. Mills, 52, director of the Ford Motor Co., archives and Henry Ford Museum. Died Sunday. NEW YORK Tade Styka, 65, internationally known artist a)nd portrait painter. Born in Poland. Died Saturday. MARSHALLTOWN, Iowa Dr. Otis R. Wolfe, 68. widely known eye surgeon. Born in Canton, 111. Died Saturday. , TORNOTO Alfred J. Lomas, 66, retired vice president and general manngcr of the Central Rc- n of the Canadian National Railways. Died Saturday. 2341 OFFSPRING-A record-breaking daddy lives in Columbus, Ohio. He's Tayeh, a champion Siamese cat, owned by Mrs. Willis N. Hostetter, above. He's sired 2341 off- Spring. In his 11 years, largely due to his prolific qualities, he's seen his breed go from a rarity to a common variety. So wild is he that it was necessary to give him a sedative to get him to pose for the photo above. serv- Practlcal Nurses Meet Thd Prescott Division 'of Practical Nurses met at Buchanan Clinic vith Mrs. Effie Calhoun hosless or the September meeting. The president, Mrs. Tommie Jornc, conducted the business at vhlcli time various reports were given. Other members present included: Mrs. Viola Phillips, Mrs. Sybil Bright, Mrs. Nora Graham Mrs. Wae Alsobrook, Mrs. Lee Rhodes, and Mrs. Birdie Wells. Punch and cookies were enjoyed during the social hour. cessions at the carnival, making it one of the largest shows to play here in several years. President of the fair association Jim Nelson, announced the program ol' the three days will be published along with some of tlie rules for exhibitors. He urges all farmers, cattlemen, and housewives who can to enter in some oC the exhibils to help make Ihis one of the better fairs despite the drouth. Mr. and Mrs. V. Morgan of Hous- tonton are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Seth Morgan. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Cummings of Conway have been the guests ofj Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Cummings. Lady Godiva Ride Secret of Universal By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD OP) To-lriy Universal City will be harder to get into than Oak Ridge. Toiin/ The reason: Lady Godiva is taking her ride. Sound like a publicity stunt? Could be. But Universal-Interna tional Studios is playing it very straight-faced. Last week a memo went out to all departments. "Gate officers have been instructed to honor n< passes on this dote .(1M) find al regular studio tours IIMV-J beon cancelled. The edict added that the studio's back lot would bo "of. limits" to all workers except those connected with Hie picture "Lady Godiva of Coventry." You'd think they woro demon strnting n secret weapon or some thing. On second thought, maybe they are. Hugh Lawrence Nelson Copyright 1954 by Hugh Ldwrence Nelsort. Distributed by NEA Service, Inc. 'I want protection," she said. "And I want you to get something on my mother-in-law." Mr. and Mrs. C. A, Grantt Jr., and daughter have returned to Magnolia after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Atkinson and' Mrs. Alia Grantt. Mrs. Morris Loe Hostess To Auxiliary ' The Letter Carrier Auxiliary met on Wednesday afternoon in the home of the 'president, Mrs. Morris. Loe, for the monthly business and social meeting. Mrs. Loycc Anderson, Stale Organizer of the Ladies Auxiliary, who has recently returned from Cleveland, • Ohio where she attend- ecf the 39th Biennial Convention of the Letter Carriers and Auxiliary gave an interesting account of the convention. She also brought each member a souvenier. The October meeting will be in the homo of Mrs. Clifton McGuirc The hostess , served cold drinks and cookies at the close of the meeting. Dr. and Mrs. Jack Harroll spent Tuesday-in Shreveport where Dr. Harrell underwent dental' surgery. Mrs. Harold Lewis, Mrs. Gene Her name . is Maureen O'Hara, but she wouldn't go a lorn; with the studio's g:ig. Not Maureen, who has an inr.ate Irish modesty lo curb her oven if tho Johnston office didn't put up barriers. But first we'll: lot Arthur Ltibin, the director, have his say. although I must warn you that Maureen's version and Arthur's do not agree. Says Lxibii;, a little pu'ckishly: "I plan to shoot the scene as sort of a slrip tease. I'll show a little leg, and a little shoulder and By HUGH LAWRENCE NELSON I Jim Dunn lifted his six-foot three-inch body from the office chair. His wide but sloping shoulders gave him a .deceptive air of lendernoss. He was deeply tanned, ncl his gray eyes were sparkling vilh an added touch of humor. 'I misunderstood," Jim said. "I hought I heard that Kit Carson vas calling. I expected buckskins." iis smile vanished slowly as his caller sat down, arranged herself comfortably and subjected him to Hale and Mrs. Nona Matthews • so forth. Actually it will be in the were Tuesday visitors in Texar- best of taste. • ' ' r kana. "When I discussed the ride with Maureen and her agent both were horrified. But I argued that we would be cheating thp public if we sed a double or tried to fake it. he finally gave in. "She'll wear as little as we can Mrs. Josephine Carrington and Ralph Carrington returned Monday from FayeltcviJJe.-'where they accompanied Miss Jo Carrington who will attend the University of Arkansas. Plans Near Completion For 18th Annual Nevada Co. Fair Nevada County Fair time is reta'IJer at the tim le, and ^hyu be .passed o '-Md£*and the consumer, o iorehaudise sold in th which shall b and all olhe or hereafter levle thereon. vied under this sub- 1 be due and payable to of Revenues on day of the month .;'month of sale-of the _ [ise'and shall be deposited ;Comrnissioner O t Revenues "" ,te Treasury and shall be >J( the' State Treasurer to fig-funds in the respective ,Jp each "S hereinafter jot ^1)0 total revenues urider the provisions of jlecjion, the State Treasurer 1 'sate,forty per cent (40%) > Hhe Cuimly Fair Fund thereby created, such ^e usjOd for the construc- ^(jurjty fa,ir buildings nncl &•'#»•'jnay bp piovidcd by Li; and Mrs. Pat Fore returned to Olathe Air Force Base, Kansas on Tuesday -after a visit with their parents,' Mr. and Mrs, J. V. Fore and Mr. and Mrs. Bryson Ritchie. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Cox have returned from Helena where they visited Dr. and Mrs. John Barrow Jr. and sons. Miss Winnifr.ud Duke of El Dorado lias been the guest of her Mother, Mrs. J. M. Duke and other relatives. 'be per cent (f>2%) to the Fur(dj which is hereby jjtjeh, funds to be- usot! for I'uption, of Slatp Fair , ra and facilities as may be $'Ijy^aw, and eiglit per cent ^Sb^ be alloi-ated to Faiy Fund which is Rested, guch funds to bo i CSSBpivwctlon of district ,.. J» and facilities a§ may ^4 toy }aw," IN ?.,' AH laws and parts ,|n. ;«on/Uct herewith are ^ is hereby de- jSeftpfal AssembJy funds are iniined- o provide for pon- ;e,j District, and \ fftd |acUitiei — ^~~\ ^vail .of " ' just around the corner, less than two weeks 'off, to be exact, and plans and preparations are being made to present a good 18th annual event. Schools have the task this week of selecting a young lady to represent them Jn the annual Nevada County Queen's Contest to see who will got the honored title of "Miss Nevada County' of 1954," Entries in this contest are expected to be named this week so that the B & P, W. Club can have the names by or before September 13. Parade Marshall George Wylie announced that interest is running high in tho parade this year with a bevy of floats unparalleled'in fair History Expected'to: enter. The Ihe- me of the floals this year will be based on some song, and in order to avoid duplication ol floats, clubs, organizations and schools should phone in their theme to Mr. Wylie as soon as passible. Tho parade will be'hold on opening duy'of tho fair, Wudnesdny, Sept. 22, at U a, m,, starling at tho usual placo nl the intersection of .lli. Pino and E. Second slroels. The;$ktiUng rink, which has boon housed in. the main fair building for Ihe pusl si.'vpral weeks, will move uul temporarily noxl week so that he building can be readied for the -bred-day event. The commercial booth section will be completely rebuilt and the school and home demonstration booths will be in gpod The top-notch carnival, the American Beauty Shows, will feature JO rjdes, three shows, and 35 con- Miss Jackie McMahen has re turned to Little Rock afler a visil with her mother, Mrs. Christine McMahen. ' . Mr. and Mrs. Jefferson Rogers and children returned to Warren Monday after a visit with Mrs. Ida Martin and other relatives. Mrs. Frank Gilbert and Miss Ann McSwain returned Tuesday from Fayetteville where they accompanied Miss' Jean Gilbprt who will resume her studies at the University of Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hesterly and Mr, Don Mitchell attended the Dallas Gift Show at the Baker Hotel this week. Mrs. Bob Robertson returned Tuesday from Columbus, Ga. where- shy visited Lt. Robertson. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Simpson had as their- guests Monday, Mrs Verna Wiltse and Mrs, Erncsi Nnl'l of Dallas. Mr .and Mrs. Scott Smith ol Little Rock have boon the guests ol Mrs. Robbie Wilson and Mr. anc Mrs. John W. Davis and they sp enl Monday at r.ako Groi-son. Mrs, W. B. Cumrnings of Blevlns is the guest of her daughters, Mrs Gene Lee and family. Mrs. Howard Graham and Mrs Mattje Ellis were Wednesday visi tors in Texarkana. Mrs, Orvllle Kelley and Johnny returned lo their home in Comm erue,'Texas on Thursday after a visit with her parents, Mr, anc Mrs. Johnny Hooks. James Stack has returned to Be thany, Okla., where he. will attend Bethany College after a visit will r. ar*d Mrs. Lee Stark. Mr. and Mrt, V. Morgan have re turned to Houston after a week visit with Mr- and Mrs. Selli Wor Mr. and Mrs. Bernis Chappcll a.ud of Ma>'sh,aU, "fern* et away with. A fit? lea'f here nd there. The sadle will come up igh in back, and her back will be iare. Her hair will cover up the larc essentials." §lick around for the O'Hara verion: , I asknd Lubin what advice he lad received from the Johnston of- ice. "Oh, they wanted the whole done by shadows on the vail," he replied. "Shadows on the vail: We' couldn't do that lo the public. People will expect the ride ind we'll give it to them, ever hough it will occupy only a smal >art of the picture. As a matter of fact, the John ston office' didn't want the picture nade. Many limes' in the past hey have turnpd down titles will Lady Godiva' in them. Now comes Miss O'Hara, in t :ull-lcnglh costume, with reel hail nost of belonging to lhe studio hnr back abou streaming down four feet. She confessed, wilh no 'relish .hat she was getting ready foi (Day. What about those fig leaves anc such, I asked. "Fig leaves!" fiho exclaimed "Do you know what will bn tween me and the outer air? leotard, that's what." A leotard is a close-filtins seam loss narmont. You've soon Vm 01 acrobats, if you've ever, been to a circus. Of course, Miss O'Hara' will be flosh colored. "A Hirl must veservo her mi destry" said Maureen. "An aclresi may nol always maintain dignity but she can be modest." been the recent guests of Mr. anc Mrs. Case Chappclle, Mr." and Mrs. Joe Crane motor ed to l.iltlc Koi.'k Thursday for th clay. careful serious scrutiny. 'I believe you will be able Carlson, my lhe one." "A minute," Jim said. moilier-in-law. She's "All these Mrs. Carlsons. It's confusing, telling them apart.'' "It won't be when you've inot them. And, for thai matter, they've evolved a simple wav of avoiding any confusion. In the family circle at least Ihey're called by their husband's first names, becoming- Mrs. Oswald, Mis. Hilton, anc! I of course was-am-callcd Mrs. pay you something now?" Jim decided this was his clay for brilliant inspirations. "My secre- ary. Mis Wister, will handle the inancial arrangements." He cached for the communicator Witch. "Wait," Mrs. Carlson snappedi 'Did you say Miss Wister?" "Yes. My secretary." "Miss Wister. I wondered. You rust her?" "With my life," Jim said sol- mnly. He fully expected to get a ise from his prospective client on hat one. He did not. "I mean with important bust 1 less details?" "Even," Jim assured her, "with mportant details." He waited nomcnt. ihcn Miss Wister said, •Yes?" "Mrs. Carlson is hiring my icrvices and tho.se of a female Dpcrative for lhe period of one nonth. Make the necessary financial arrangements, will you?" "That I will," Miss Wistcr said rimly. "Who are you taking? Your wife?" "Yes." "May I say something?" "Of course." • "Don't let her hire you!" "What?" Jirn really was surprised. Miss Winter had always iccn lhe one lo egg'him en lo icccpt lucrative job«. "She's trouble. I know that 'amily, and they've always meant rouble." "We are taking the job," Jim went on. "wilh lhe understanding, we're satisfied after completion of a call you v.ill put In to San Francisco. To Captain Steve Johnson, Homicide, San Francisco . Police." "Very well, Mr. Dunn" Miss, Wister said icily. A click cut Jim off. He rubbed his jaw, looked up lo find Mrs. Kit Carlson slaring down at him. "She doesn't like me, your Miss Wister." She did not put it as a question, nor with any anger in the simple statement. It was .merely somelhing to be expected. "And it was clever of you. Mr. Dunn She will demand and ' get twice the fee you would have asked perhaps you and I will got along." (To Be Continued) to pass," the woman said. '"And the lame is Mrs. Carlson, not Car"I see. And the passing you mentioned is, I hope, at least into the second grade" "Humor, I suppose," she said. 'I have been told many times I lave no sense of humor." Jim decided she was actually serious. "Business then What did yoti want to see mo about?" "You were recommended to me :y.the San Francisco Police." "That would bo Sl.nvrj Johnson? le's the only one I know personal- y there. Captain Steve- Johnson." Jim flicked her a searching glance ind . added, "Of Homicide." "Yes." "How is Captain Johnson? Ami she gave up :iis charming wife? You know it's M'rs. Oswald an odd thiiiR but Johnson's wife! tho is named Nan. My wife is named descending Nancy. Odd. isn't it?" '1 did not come here to discuss the private life of a San Fran- "Why 'not Mrs. Peter?" "You might say I am still on probation. I have boon married only -about a year. We were having our honeymoon when that happened." "And your husband?" "We'll not enter into this at present. His mother is enough to worry about." ' . "I see. Does that complete the Carlson clan?" "Heavens, no. Distant relatives by the score. But those are the ones you'll meet. Oh, I'm forgetting Angelica as usual. She's my husband's sister. Not in good standing at' present. You see she married a man named Jones. Without permission." "Angelica Jones," Jim repeated. .'For Jones, she J^.TV(? up ins proud name of Carlson?" "Yes. I c'.espiso her for the way her husband when ordered That was the tribe gave for on us on Peter and ; me-in Calfornia But Angelica NOTICE Parking Meter Regulations About one year ago the City Council passed an ordinance making it a penalty of 50c for failing to deposit a sufficient amount of money required for the time you have used for parking. It has been customary with the Police Department to collect the same amount on tickets that have been brought in on later dates, however, this policy has been abused and cannot be extended further. So after this date all tickets that have not been turned in to the Police Station on the date they were given out will cost receiver:ONE DOLLAR or personal bond for their appearance in Municipal Court. The same will be required on all notices mailed out. Our Daily Bread Sliced Thin by The Editor Alex. H. Washburn ^ Who's Entitled to Little River Water—the People or Dierks ? The Nashville News, reporting to- jAlay on a conference last week in rulsa., Okla., between the Little River Valley Improvement association and the district office of the Corps of Engineers, says a new proposal has been advanced to break the deadlock over Millwood dam. The Howard county paper says the deal is lo substitute for one big dam with a permanent reservoii seven small upslrearn dams—anc a three-till a r ler scale Millwood •whose gates would be left open except in time of flood . . . that is there would be no permanent reset' voir. The Nashville News does men tion thai lhe new proposal would call for slate financing—but it fail? to give the figures . . and the fig ures, believe me, arc colossal. Al i I had lo do lo gel them after read ing the stEitisticlcss News was l( pick up the telephone. • The counter-proposal which i fceing thrown at us from Nashvill and DeQueen, in Arkansas, am eastern Oklahoma towns, is to bull small dams at Gillham, DeQueen and Dierks—and four more in Okla homa. The overall cost of this seven dam proposal and a smaller "dry Millwood would be 229 million do lars. The revised estimate on th original Millwopd dam is only millions. Furthermore, the small-dam deal '."'ffivould require Oklahoma or its "nowns lo raise 34 million dollars— and would require Arkansas or its lowns to put up 15 millions. My information is thai none of the Oklahoma folks have any idea where thoy arc going lo gel 34 million dollars in slate or local funds. And candor compels me to add that neither does anyone in Arkansas think we are either willing or able to ante up 15 million at our end of the line. £ This "counter proposal" strikes your editor as a rather remarkable endeavor for not so many people but one magnificently large timber firm—the well known Dierks Lumber & Coal Co. Who are we trying to get water Star Utts ttfaa ihe ttoffii &' 24-hours ending a i. m. Hith03,LtWSf: . 55TH YEAR: VOL. 55 — NO. 281 Star of Hbj»« Consollddfeel Jan. It, HOPE, ARKANSAS, f UlSfcAY, SEPTEMBER 14,19S4 memi Segregation End at Fayetteville, No Incident By F1AY STEPHENS FAYTTEVILLE Iff) Whites ind Negroes attended 1 classes together without incident at Fayete- ille High Scliol as on expert ment in casing out Dixie's socia: system of racial segregation -be gan in earnest lodny. The racial bars were dropped a he school last Friday when five Negro girls enrolled in the soph omorc class. The Negro junior students, Pros ton Lackey and Peagy Ann Taylor, enrolled thi* morning a classes started for the semester The new registrations brought t seven the number of Negroes a Ihe ment of more than 500. Candy Candldo . Stars in Revue will be the feature attraction' the first three nights of the Third District Livestock Show i me numuur ui iiu-Kiu^s « l " e , ' f 0 t o , tli..nn<ih rir school out of a total enroll entertainment Sept. 27 tluough Oc- Democrats Hail Maine Vote as November Trend By OHN L. CUTT.ER - .WASHINGTON (UP) , Jubilant Democrats • hailed Maine election return's • today • as n harbinger -'pi victory in the November cattle for control of Congress. RepUbli cans claimed a triumph fof the Eisenhower administration. ; •'•; Democratic jubilation stemmed from election or u Democratic governor tor the first time in 20 years and the better showing thoy. made in the Sennit? contest and three congressional races. ' Republicans wrote off the loss of the governorship a a matter of Fayetteville is the first city in the old Confederate South to abandon racial segregation in a high tober 2. Mr. Candidb, comic of stage, crcen, radio and television, needs no introduction to fans of this sec- lion having served as master of school but Ihe precedent-making ceremon i cs a t last year's show, step stirred little interest among Remember? He is the little mr Rev. R. F. Kirby ; The Vicar of Guyra, the Rev. R. ». Kirby of New South Wales, Aus- fralia, will speak.at a noon lunch- jepn-for members of the St. Mark's Episcopal Church and 'guests at Hotel Barlow Wednesday, Septem- were the true test of GOP length ber Id,: at 11:45 a man for—the people or Dierks? had lo Iv.ive a chr-mgo' lo forget. I don't know what Hio :lcal cisco policeman. Or yours.. 11 but there was a deal, and An- wanted a reasonably honest' detective agency hers in Denver. I inquired of my local police. 1 ' "Fame," Jim said, anl let it go at that. Mrs. Carlson went on. "The job [ have 1 in mind may tiikn as lonr; as a month. Two weeks; I would say as a minimum. You will have to go to the mountains with me, stay up tlit-re. If -thrit is impossible, plnnso .°ay so now." Jim thought of '.his bride of less than a month. He said slowly, "Going is possible, but is your job?" She frowned. "I've managed to rub your fur the wrong way. I often have Uiat effect ou people. gclica came home. The husband' gone somewhere. But Angelica isn't important. My mother-in-law, Mrs. Hilton. She s the one. I pose you have knowledge canier;i? Possibly of telescopic lenses?" • . "That sort of thing?" "There is alva'ys a young man around my mother-in-law. You'll understand when you sec her. you have ethics, by any chance?" "Sometimes," Jim admitted. "Then you will want lo knowj any evidence you might Mrs. Hilton will be used only in a family conference " "There's one little tiling," Jim pointed out. "Just how am However, I .am willing to pay \vell.be explained at. this Carlson to got. what I want." "Suppose do want?" you toll me what you place?" "I am-ah-buying a place nearby. Unler another- -mimo. Yon ni •'I want protection. And I wantjto act as my carclaker you to get somolhiili! on my That what I meant- whon I said l| thought you would p.iss. In Hiffei'-j out clothes you could be a carir-j taker. And you ^houkl have no difficulties in establishing friendly Rations with the sovvnnts on the c - a ,i'' so " °,f la J,°' „„.,.. Z ?«.• For the first Ume he hud thi,> impression sho was hid ing sumothini.:. 'It minht he rnoit. realistic if the care-inker hud a wife."' said vou h;,d no uorsoiial interest I.. Mrs. Carlson con sKlomMho mm^ .i-.i-n-^n Anrf. eve n. tei> ' «-' sho can l° ok the P^'t- But mother-in-law." Jim's eyoi! opened wide. "That's blunt cnoughl." he admitted. "Do you want to start off by lollin.isi me something about your trouble in San Francisco?" "Trouble'.'" •Certainly- Mrs.-Carlson, you've Mrs. Annie Bernard, who has been the guest of relatives in Little Rock, has returned home. Miss Bobbie Jean Wilson, who has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Billy Wilson, has returned to her home in Hourston. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lee of. Dallas have been the r&cent guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Lee. Mr. and Mrs. Qbert Henderson and son, Cam, have returned to Walnut Ridge after a visit with her parents, Mr, and Mrs.. Cayi Me- Guu-e. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Webb and Marion have moved trom the Gee leCllVC HUCUl-.v. ou j'uui wwnv«v^| - i with Steva Johnson must have Do \ understand you are accepting wtl " employment?" i "With one reservation." "And thrit is?" "My talk with Captain Johnson j been professional." You show signs of having E certain crude intelligence.'' •Peasant cunning" Jim said. 'For the first time Kit Carlson appeared to b3 having difficulty in putting her thoughts into words. "Have y° vl heard-of ihe Carlson family of Denver? The J. Oswald Carlson? The J. Hilton Carlsons'?" "Yes." "The grandson; Peter Carlson, is my husband.' 1 She glanced at her wrist watch, went on ciiuckly, "Tho Carlson family is a ma.lua*'chy Old Mrs. Oswald Cailson has control of the money and is conespondingly des- apartment to the suburban home pf^poUc. She rather ignores Mr. spa Mrs. ,Tames H^wis Iwhich is A 1 'S& of the San Francisco Police." She stod up. "Of course. You] have a car?" ' "A slalion wagon." "Splendid. When I send a messenger with your complete insirue- lions of how to reach the place, where to get the koys and so on, I'll send u list of thingK for you to pick up at a local store." "When will you be coming up?" "Probably tomorrow. When my cook arrives from San Francisco by tram £<he dislikes* fiyjng." "You haven't told me why you want protection " "I won't need it as long as no one up tftpre knows who I am We cftfl gg i»to th.a.1 lg,tef, Do J C. E. BAKER Chief of Police -TOIY TAIL"ba j ..glijjer-splash^ Yow'l} win, pjace and ehew in the fashion race decked out in this pert pony (aij pajj j Done in lii*v»riou» yaysm velvet, it adjusts to any head sjUio, b.a« petftl rinf, || splashed with gperks o| glitter. In Waste. n«ry, jred, blue, shocking pjnk> mauve pink, coral, orunge, bro,wn. Air Reserve *GroupMeets Here Sept. 15 It has been announced that Flight "D" 0804th AR Sq will have it' first meeting.15 September at 7:30 it City Hall, Hope. The Air Force Reserve program has been activated in the Hope area which means, that former Air Force •personnel either men or women now have an opportunity to participate in the new Air Reserve Specialized Training program, which means that participating members who have been assigned will have an opportunity to attend a course twice each month for two hour sessions and receive a full day's pay for at tending such sessions. Flight Commander Maj William L. Hobbs said that the pay would based on-the person's rank as ii was. in the active service. He said that members would be requested to allend Ihe classes in their uniforms and that the Specialized Training courses would be held in conjunction with the Generalizec Training courses and-points woulc be awarded for attending the Gen oral as well as the Specialized ses sions. "This should be an added inser itive to all former Airmen and Aii Torce Officers," said Hobbs, "a; members will receive pay whil stacking up points which will go to ward promotions and higher retire ment pay. You have all the ad van tage of an active status without be ing any more subject to recall ii the regular service. the public here. However a consolidated school at Charleston, Ark. starled integration Aug. 23 when 11 Negroes enrolled. Charleston, in Franklin- County, has a population of 068 and its school system rerves 000 children. There was no organized opposition to the decision of the school board to integrate the system. School Supt. Wayne While explained that, "We don't have a larjic •fegro population and, thus the city desn't have the 'Negro problem' is it is envisioned in other southern cities/' Only about 400 of Fayettevilie's 30,000 residents are Negroes. The ;otal enrollment in the combined elementary and junior high school operated here for Negroes is 64 mpils. Fayetteville doesn't have a Negro high school. Heretofore, Negro children have been sent to either Fort Smith, a distance of 49 mile's, with a thousand voices. or more than 200 miles /to Springs to attend Hot Would Replace France With Italy, Germany By ARTHUR GAVSHON LONDON 'UPI Britain has .proposed joining West Germany and Italy to the five-nation Brussels defense pact as a substitute for the European Army plan .scuttled by the French. ; Official sources disclosed last night the new scheme to rearm West Germany and associate her wilh the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. The 1948 Brussels threat forerunner of NATO binds together Britain, France, Belgium, the Democratic National Chairman Stephen A. 'Mitchell predicted tho Democrat will recapture < control of Congress handly if they can do a well nationally in November a Ihey did in Maine yesterday Repubicun National . Chairman Leonard W. Halls bowed no public sign of dismay .He wired congratulation to Sen. Margaret Chae Smth. and the three re-elected Republican congressman on the. basis of their re-eleci:on victories "in the face of• siffer than usual opposition and the 'obstacles of local issues.' He called it a 'tribute to their own records and the Eisenhower program and said that Maine voters "saw fit to distinguish between national and state issues." ! Democrats stressed that. although they didn't win the Senate and House seats, the Democratic challengers received a larger percentage of - the vote than usual. In .1948 .when, she was elected to her first Senate. term, Mrs. Smith got 71 per cent of the vote. Yesterday she got 58.6 per cent oh Anyone desiring-reservation are asked to contact Mrs. C. P. Tollc- sfcn. J:An active promoter of evangelism in the Church of England. Australia, and Tesmania. Mr. Kirby is visiting Arkansas this month. Nether lands. .arid Luxembourg wi^ : iti^tlie"'^ramew'&r^ Presbyferion Men to Fix Snack for Their Ladies The Presbyterian men Thursday pight at 7 o'clock will entertain the women of the 'church with a sack snack, supposedly made by tho men . . . each sack will contain a snack for two and a surprise gift ol great value not exceeding ten cents. The sacks will be exchanged so Traditionally GOP Maine Elects Demo Maine, solidly Republican for wo decades, elected a Demo- ratic governor yesterday to steal le political limelight from nine Iher slates holding primaries f.o- ay. Voters in the nine states are licking party nominees for 5 Sente anff *2 House seats and for 6 governorships. This will just bout wind up selection of candidates lo run in lhe Nov. 2 eleclions or control of the next Congress. New York State conventions and Rhode Island primaries later this nonth will conclude tho preliminaries. But it was the Maine election— raditionally held two months be lore those in the other 47 states thai allracled most of he political atlcnlion. '*'* Edmund 3. Muskie, 39-year-old Democratic National Committeeman, ousted GOP Gov. Burton M. Cross in voting which Vice President Nixon had 'described in ad vance as "the first statewide test of the Eisenhower administration program." Nixon had campaigned for ilio GOP ticket during a brief vacation in Maine, urging "an even greater majority than ever before" lo herald Republican victories in the other 47 states in November. With all but 44 of the slate's G20 precincts reporting Muskie had 14-nation organization. The five Brussels members are pledged to the military, political, economic and social coperatiofi for a 50- year period. < The informants said British Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden presenting the new plan on his swing through the key West- Europea capitals already has been assured informally of support by Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxem bourg and West Germany. He flew last night from lhe West German capital at Bonn to Rome, where political observers' predicted he 'would receive wholehearted support. His next stop is Paris. In his whirlwind tour, ; Eden hopes to lay the groundwork for a conference in London to work out the new West European, defense arrangements before the end of the; year. At the conference, the British hope to have the six signers of the rejccte'd European De lense Community pact France, West Germany, Italy, Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg the basis of nearly-complete returns.''. ; ;'v : Similar .-.drops in the Republican margin^ were 'shown in (he three congressional districts Republican candidates got 67 ptr cent of the vote in 1952. Yesterday, they got 55 per cent, a drop of 12 per cent. '"If this switch reflects in any way a national trend, " Mitchell said, "it is not difficult to pre- Desegregation PidnWork in W. Virginia W,EST VIRGINIA (/P) — Five days in! Greenbrier County schools w£s ended today after school officials; confronted with angry parents and striking white students, ordered an -immediate'-.'return of segregation. !The high school here was closed a; half day to allow 25 Negro students, under police protection, to -rspcure their books and return to their own school. ; jSome 600 parents protesting in- tregation had -/threatened at a mass riieeting last night to remove bod- i!y>any Negroes who attempted to ~.2u£wjMwtiUa' •.«';iiiii«ir, Springs Hign Legal Staff to Stay, Censure Report by Oct. 1 By HERBERT FOSTER WASHINGTON (UP) The special Senate committee weighing censure charges against Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy will keep its attorneys despite McCarthy's charge that they wtte trying lo "confict" him. a member of the committee said today. 'Sen. Frank Carlson (R-Knn.'> was asked by newsmen as he left a closed committee meting, if the group'would retain the legal staff which conducted the nine days of public hearings that ended ycster day. ' VThcre has never been any otlv er thought," Carlson replied. Chairman Arthur ; V. Watkins (R Utah) said the "commute bad nol talked with it s attoineyi? Chiel Ciunsel E. Wallace Chhdwick and Associate Guy G. De Furin since tho hearings close;!. Watkins also tokl newsmen it Is "possible" that mo group wil complete Us report on the con sure charges by Oct 1. "We're going to work on the report and get It just as soon Auto H/tS Back of Truck Driven by Local Man . An auto driven by It&b&t & man, 19, Parkerisburg, W.fVi.* Wh( is stationed with the Al/ *ofc% 4 Wichita Falls, Texas, fan- ittte th back of a pickup truck dttVcn by Clyde A. Mohts about 7 *. m. today on Highway 07 near the Experiment Station turnoffi Mr. Monts complained Of a back injury while tho serviceman suffer' cd a bruised mouth and le"f injury. Both vehicles were damaged. • According to investigating State Policeman R. H. Tong, Newman had been driving a long time and vas worn out. Me must have doted at the Wheel and didn't awake n time to miss the truck, although he did cut to the left but the right front of the auto struck the left rear of the truck. Newman was Charged with following too close, Mr. Tong said, U.S.Contii ll 1- AL- l- fiffAV fe WSJ;' 1 .1 i il L . l.^fJi&S Nationalist,China, start program 1 threfc ydars ai . to pout into th6' Forh%'Sft>At] hold t ot 'Chiang K«i •*»»** "steady pace'* "'' ' partment said^ However, .all and other'Wer^ ... are being'delivered;«;,' alists b^ American ~"°" mosa ports as we possibly can do a- good job," he said. Then, he said, it will be up to Senate GOP and Democratic leaders to decide whether to call the Senate back before the Nov. general report. election to receive the today. dict the outcome of the November elections. "In 1952 the Republicans won. House seats by victory margins of five per cent or less. Thus if the Democrats make halt the gains ellsewlicse. that they made in the Maine congressional races, we will Housing Bonds Purchased by Chase Bank NEW YORK (/P) — A syndicate led ;by the Chase National Bank emerged as, the probable winner today of the lion's share of $135,- along with the United States, Canada and Britain. pick seats." up a minimum of 40 On the same basis a higher percentage of the total vote cast he foresaw the Democrats winning enough Senate seats in No vember to capture control of that chamber. ; Chairman Earlc C. Clements (D-Ky.) of the Senate Democratic campaign committee, also saw the prospect of "significant gains" in the November election. Draft to Take Five Doctors LITTLE ROCK I.T1 Co. Hansel T. Winters, Arkansas Selective Service director, said yesterday lhal a dentist and four physicians will be included in a draft call on Dec. 10. He said the dentist would go to the Air Force. The brunch of service to which the physicians Asks Immediate Integration FORT SMITH (UP) A representative -jf the National Associa tion for the Advancement of Csl ored People asked the Fort Smith Their action, however, was not made known •.until, after the school board, following a daylong meeting in nearby Lewisburg, the cou- ty seat,, ordered a immediate return to separate schools for Negroes and whites. After the meeting,. which began at i) a.m. and ended 13 hours later. School Supt. D. D. Harrah issued a statement which said: "The board hereby directs all principals to transfer all tentative enrollments of Negro student to Boiling High School (the Negro school or to their nearest' Negro elementary school, this policy effective immediately. .. This directive rescinds and voids all previous action of the Board of Education in regard lo segregation." ' ' Yesterday's demonstration against integration involved about 300 of the 440 students enrolled at the high schol. They marched through lhe slraets of this mountain resort town, just five miles from the Virginia line, with placards reading, "no Negroes wanted in our schools." • Another demonstration was staged at Rupert, about 33 miles northwest of here- whore some 100 studenls also milled through the streets, protesting 14 Negroes at- 935,000 of local bousing authority, bonds in «- sale U.S. Public Housing Administration. The Chase group was apparent top bidder for $98.025.000 of the bonds, including the largest individual issue of $29,875,000 offered by the city of Boston. Mass. A syndicate of dealers headed by Lehman Brothers Ely the & Co., anl Pholps Enn & Co. was apparent top bidder for two issues totaling $10,540,000. They were offered by Philadelphia and Reading Pa. The Chase group named tenta- 14-Yedr-Old Coed Murder Is Solved MCALESTER, Okla., '*) The 14-year-old murder of a-Penn-State College coed was solved today iby a deputy sheriff who worked six months gathering bits of" evldenc» that revealed a blzzarc story ,o illicit love and dope pushing on the campus. > Deputy Sheriff Abner Dear of Pittsburg County sail his investigation ended with « signed' ^00- word confession of Jack Ray, 34> who now Is serving a life term' in the Oklahoma ' state penitentiary for another murder. * Ray confessed he beat to death Rachel Taylor, '17 who he said had a letter which. detailed the campus dope ring arid-would'have caused his imprisonment.,' *' ' ^ Miss Taylor was an innocent victim of circumstances in $\«i campus ' intrigue'.' , ( ^'nfo^tunate. enough to get, the ^le.Ufcr, * *""" "• girl friend whb,w«s/inyolvj 7f— * i~M v- -v \ «w the, last>\twb I'^cwfe Chiang V"^""''"' plalriecl.' 1 ', docking; . „ •k^Heralw,-. riti$pi$3L*#6l Ei^senhow' 2 live r coffering prices scaled to yield 0.0 5to 2.50 per cent for the Boston and New York City housing issues. Bonds put up by Beaumont, Tex., Lorain, O., Jersey Cily. N. J, Newark N, J. New Orleans, La.; $9,115,000 Tcxarkana, Tex, weie rooffcrcd at prices scaled to yield 0,03 to 2,55 per cent. The local authorities participating in today's sale included; Texarkana, Tex. ipl.ldo.OOO. after a first-,, murde by' the late ''Dallas. , bier, Herbert (the Cat'),'NobId| ,' The confession told hqw,'Hob]e; who later w,as blown to'death^w a bomb planted in his'> .ma» ' b gave'Ray money to escape'Hi the cast where he' beoamo,' Jnvolv'ed with the notorious dope,'peddling ring. . '.''"„' U"/° Ray now is serving a life", term at the state penitentiary,'In - Me- Alester for th6 murder, of -George-,.' Godman nt Cordeil, Okla"., fcfter a fight October 6, 1039,'' ' A' The deputy sheriff refuscd-^o tell how he received'the,tip ttyat led to solving tho murder 6f-Mjss Taylor March 10, 19*0. would disclose Is that it from behind the walls of the'pr tending their school. The demonstralions were the first by the students slnco the U.S. ^ ______ „ ._,,„ ..... „ ..... ----------90 votes while Cross had 106.-! will be assigned is not certain, he I added. With a Business Taking in $12 Million a Year This Guy Can't Find the Right Girl school board 1 last night to begin!Supreme Court last May held seg- egation in public schools was un- onstitutio-ial. West Virginia's State Board of Education recommended irnmedl- le integration but did not order , leaving the decision with the ndividual county boards. Greenbrier, Marion and Barbour ounties opened schools a week go with Negroes attending: classes ith whites. ...'.- By HAL BOYLE NEW HORK I guess Dave 'that everyone will get somebody *f"j^" ties" „!„„.„ c.o,.b- 4h,»r» will hfi a\° l - cigaieues. just smokes the wrong brand else's sack there will be a! To bad. Nice guy otherwise. But brief program and then Ihe group j jt - must ^ lhe cigarettes . Couldn't will hear a tape recording of one of the sermons of the famed Dr. Peter Marsha}!. VFW Meeting Jt Called Tonight ||\yill be held Hut on are expected be served. * it 7 ™ at 7:30 be anythine else that keeps him from finding "the right givl." A couple of weeks ago Dave told me about his yearning to find his own small town Cinderella Seems the glamorous career-seekers ot the big city had palled on him. ed it in a column. So I Pointed out all Ids defects, too. Arkansas Weather Fair the period Sept. 14-18 Arkansa> Temper aftres ayerage 3-5 degrees Li !,„£ Said he was a 31-year old bachelor . All membersj and fomer ^ Qm ^ f p0ot ToQk care to point but he ran a measley §12.000,000 a year business, quoted poetry, was an amateur sculptor, •Refreshments will will end had cluttered up his with a de luxe apartment a maid, a butler a 40-foot yacht jumping horse, convertible but nonjump- ing CadiU<io a Bower dog and a pet parrot. all the gwjs J of life is a poor but honest husband I figured they'd all think .Dave was too repulsive to consider for a moment. Well, that just goes to show that the more you think you know about human nature the more you have to learn. It turned out there are thousands of girls in America willing to put up with a guy who quotes poetry if he can steer a $12.000,000 business and a 40-foot yacht. Letters came in from allovcr America from girls saying they had' been waiting all their lives to be a homemaker for a gwoc-t old-fashioned boy like Dave. Most wanted to marry him, of course, but a few said they >vouM be satisfied with a souvenir his scalp for example. Dave had made the error of saying wimen fell into four classes:, tnrcs O f whom dug gold out of a man for fun and the fouj'th for security, "If at hi? Sge Ue ha* immediate integration of white and Negro children. Jack Shropshire, a Little Rock Negro attorney, met with 300 or more white and colored persons to discuss the United StalM Supreme Court's ban on segregation. .'We aro asking you not to wait until sprint; when the Su- prime Court will give its ruling on when and hnw Southern stales are to integrate Nogro and white schools," he said. "We feel thai this problem can be worked cut' on a local level by the people in lhe affected area." Shrppshir-s said he was a grad uate of the University of Arkan sas and that he found'no friction between Negroes and whites while he was in school. He said there hart been no trou ble at Fayetteville High school where a group of Negro students enrolled last week. Last night's meeting was c?llec by Chris-Corbin, superintendent ol the Fort schools, and Frank Biekman, president of the For Smith school board. Season Tickets Still Available School officials today announcec season tickets are stiU availobl at a price o/ $3 which allows th purchaser to see six home game and a reserve seat will be throw: in. Also reserve seats are availabl at $1,35 each fw ifte |es,i Pi lib Publisher Is , Kiwanis Speaker John M. Wells, publisher of Arkansas Recorder, of Little Bock. spoke to the Kiwanis Club today noon. The Arkansas recorder is a government News Digest published weekly by Mr. Wells. Many consider that Mr. Wells know as much about the government of Arkansas as any other man, Dr. F. C. Crow, chairman of the Kiwanis club program committee for the current quarter, arranged for the speaker and introduced him to his fellow Kiwanians and guests. on. Would Make Teacher Contracts Binding , LITTLE ROCK OP ' 'The ' board of; Education" yesterday asked for legislative aid in pve- venlng abridgements of 'contracts by Arkansas teachors, *' • "* The Board also reprimanded, a teacher who reportedly contract with the MonticeHo School Board. The teacher was as Wayne D. Wilson, rector. It was recommenddd by.Educa- tion Commissioner Arch Ford that the Arkansas Legislative GQWUU) be asked to help draft .proposed legislation making contracts binding. Ford said specrfip, causes which a license could, he term) 1 r.atecl should be stated by, law, Arkansas Couple Killed in Wreck SIBLEY, Iowa, (UP) An Ar •.ansas couple was killed late Monday in a car-truck collision at the intersection of U.S. 59 and owa 9 about seven miles north of iere- Dean were H. C, Knight. 73, and his wife, about 70 of Fayetteville, Ark. Authorities said their car col- Jlcd with a truck in which Chris. Jensen, (55, and Albert Rose, 89, All Around the Town •y TN tt«r tt»ff A new services picture in a recent issue of the Gazette showed a_ Cleveland, Ohio man boasting about >oth Rock Island railroad service men from Manly, water were riding Jensen was' hospitpUzed nere in fair condition. Rose escaped seripus, Injury. The Knights were ' en route to Kicollette, Minn, to visit their daughter, Mrs. Hal Wydland- a sunflower which measured 15 has 'schedule a r throughout, the Hope on. September feet high the man. Don Tji'i- ana, was sure it was some kind pf recorti, maybs elsewhere but not in Hope ... oft ow desk is a picture of a local sunflower that measures 18 feet and if you looft real close beside the sunflower yow can see the lady is Mrs. Johnnie Me- Cabe who is responsible for it. • September edition of the Weal Cement Mixer, a trade publicatipn of the Portland Cement Co., of Oe»- ver, tells the story of Okay, Arkr ansas plant which this month is observing its ?5th year article along with pic^res three luj} pages in the the ROTTfN IGQ8 DENVER, (UP)-A thief who) story « ty Jf9 ... the pictures styw th? openjnj ceremonies <wi August I, }8?8, view pf the u^at today and a' of thp new QJfay fcijn, 'stftek. • a bvoke into the \,-O. Well* Produce qo. cpW storage off Qvec the °J 9nww«jwft J« m,^, W

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