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MOI>I ifAI» MOM, ARRANSAI lift e? td settle to? the Little *»**«* bate, ailofi suits have been (0 137 esbeet&Mo &f« *t ' '• \ >' till maintained th»t the -_£Ji .$mh aTfcoMi.mooi}, icMo-vetftment only offered »$%* >.. a? *>• :* i S ,„.., tors tftes tele- s'land and building from Ugd Notice gf'publleaUbn to ttrt finis 1 notice to, this, by OHtr of the People fyio Amend Section 3 of St.. 282; 7 of,1049 as Amended 1'eitofa.y tit Act. No. 462' of SgertbeihdMark-Up on • Price* of r Alcoholic ;1to Levy.a Tax'Upon, olesale Price of Alcoholic pSt^and to JProvl4e lor ijslribution 0f the Revenue tHlSuch jTaxj 'and for Other •fSSS. '< ' ,•" / V " ", w^** \GTED by the General 'of'the^'State'-oi Arkan- tf-p^ « •* , - / , ' ^° ' „ it? ll f That Section 3 ol Act 2/b'fnfio Acts of the General "? of "Arkansas of J949,''as m-Se'ctlon 1 ,of Afct .No, , /Agts of the General As. '{Of ^'Arkansas, of 1851 £ (Ark ,!*,_,..„.*. ,4g. 120 $ be an(l rto t<?' efl frfie-Avholesnler's ^...e ifetailer.'Bhall'be IflnedTljMhis act) hnc - •"-'!>, Commlssioiier^o; * * mark-up "pi "tejr .^,-.,.. .tHcOst.jon llquo'r 'f^lqxierg, specialties, spaHc 3, nnd he shdl tovlhe rotnller.s •-'Without',. . _- . eby, levied fand '' a-'tax' at, cent? (3%) ' on* th elling'' price ^'of *al ' icted^by ,tbe , whole fMafeaY-'t^eitime eajidj^hallybe pafefr&d on FIREMEN'S MAZE—Resembling a cockeyed waffle iron, this pattern was specially created as a training ground for firemen In Tokyo, Japan. They can race their engines around the curves and ' cottiers at .bfeaknefik speeds without endangering the pedestrians. Weekly Menu in Loco I Schools The menu for the Hope .Public Schools for the week of September 20th through September 24th was announced today as follows: Grade School Tuesday — Spaghetti with Meat Sauce, "Seasoned Mixed Greens, Carrot Sticks, Corn Bread, Ginger Pudding, One-half Pint Mill?. Wednesday — Meat Salad, Potatoes, Blue Lake Beans, Biscuit, Bdtter, Honey, One-half Pint Milk. Thursday — Baked Meat Loaf, Hash Browned Potatoes, Enriched and on time; 8:30 p. m. The Altar Gift Club of BceBee Memorial CME Church will sponsor a wiener roast at the home of Mrs. Persie Turner, Friday night, September 24., The public Is invited. . There will be a Youth program given at Bethel AME Church Sunday, September 26, at 9:45 a. rn. Sponsored by the Y. P. D. This program is in observance of Christian Education Week. Mrs. Thclma Evans of San Francisco, Calif., has returned to her home after spending three weeks visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Jackson, and friends. AWD-BUGGY PICKETS—Protesting a ban Which would prohibit horse-drawn vehicles certain areas of downtown Rome, cab drivers in the Eternal City wind in procession past the, ""Historic Colosseum: The restrictions are part of a program to relieve traffic congestion in the busy citjsc SUSPECT By Hugh Lawrence Nelson Copyright 1954 by Hugh Lmrr<nce NcUofc PitlribulcJ by NEA Sorrice, Inc. l. t LAWRENCE NELSON . The story: A number of mysten- k° m the cliffs above. The red OU»<-events have puzzled Private shingled roof had a sheer pitch Defective Jim Dunn, and Nancy, with the eaves exaggerated and WVw(feV when they arrive at The curled under toward the . gray. -—— •—"- The high chimney of Bart of and son estate * cart Bread, Ice cream, One-half Milk. The Hope Civic Improvement Association met Thursday night, September 10, at Hicks Funeral Home. The meeting was well at- lencled, and interest in vital civic problem's was running high. The as sociation decided to enter a float in the Third District Livestock Show parade. The annual election was held and thu following officers were re-elected: J. W. Walker, president, Benjamin F. Davis, vice- president, Mrs. Fannie Buchanan, secretary, Mrs. E. L. Hicks, assistant secretary, Grant Davenport, treasurer. George Smith, chaplain. The next meeting will be held Thursday, October 7, at 8 p. m. at Rings. Corn Muffin, One-half Pint STRANGER THAN FICTION-He was- the first Chinese in West Point, a general, a senator and president of a university. Fate's wheel turned and Ying H. Wen, above, now runs a laundromat in Washington. The business itself adds a further touch of irony since it was the tradilional trade of the Chinese of the past—though his "laundry" is strictly modern with 20 automatic washers. The 67-year-old general was a student at Virginia Military Institute when appointed to West Point, class of 1909. In China he had an outstanding military and political career. Breakir." with Chiang Kai-shek in 1951 he fled back to the U. S. A friend staked him in business. Son Patrick is also a distinguished military man. A graduate of V. M. I., he is now a _ major on Formosa. Pint Carrot Sticks, Corn Bread, Gingei -•Pudding and Apple Sauce, One Friday — Oven Fried Fish, Pot- naif Pint Milk. ato Salad, Buttered Spinach, En- Wednesday — Meat Salad, Pola riched Bread, Oatmeal Cookie, One- toes, Blue Lake Beans, Biscui hnlf Pint Milk. Junior—Senior High Monday .... Oven Fried Beef Butler, Honey, Jello and cookie One-half Pint Milk. Thursday — Baked Meat Loa Croquettes, Potatoes with Cheese, Candied Sweet Potatoes, Apple Sauce, Cooked Cabbage, Onion'.Celery, and Raisen Salad. Ei Hicks Funeral Home. All civic minded persons are urged to attend. Mrs. E. L. Hicks, Reporter. Milk. Tuesday — Spaghetti with Meat Sauce, Seasoned Mixed Greens riched Bread, Ice Cream, Oni half Pint Milk. Friday — Oven Fried Fish, Po ato Salad, Buttered Spinach, Ei Troops Guard Phoenix City Election By SEX THOMAS CITY, Aln. LfcPhehix Hy voters who once felt the clammy grip of racketeer rule elect a ew city commissioner today un- er the protective guns of watch- ng National Guard troops. And during the day, a racket- usting grand jury ending a two- eck recess was to rcsuhie its in- cstigallon of widespread vote rauds in another election, the democratic primary last May. Two heavily armfed National uardsmcn, part of the military orce that has token ov^er law eu- orccmcnt in orico-wi'jked Phenix 'ity under liinitcd martial low, rcre assigned to patrol each of ic city's 11 voting places from 8' .in. when the polls opened until icy close at 6 p.m. They were ordered there by !ov. Gordon Persons to show "the esl of Alabama" and the nation mt Phcnlx City ::an have an hon- st election." Only one .scat on the three-man ity commission was at stake, that he veteran Commissioner A. L. -ullatt who declined to sock reelection. Mayor Elmer Reese and Dr. Solh Floyd, the other two members, hold over. iched Broad, Oatmeal Cookie, Ona. laH Pint Milk. Extra' items • daily, such as: Soup, sandwiches, pie, cake, elo. Lehman Auto Supply 215 S. Main Hope Phone 7-2731 Call or Write Perry Henley for Home Demonstration The Negro Community By Helen Turnvr Phono 7-B830 Or bring Item* to Mls« Turner •t Hlck« Funeral Horn* •Mr. Geo. Smith Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Smith Jr., and children, , takers, .arb , to » 0 et aonVethlna" on "..above: _ ">e peak of .the roof. A •I.«- 'V. i,.A~ «.__! ____ ^.-11 ___ I- i_... srrian nalr.nnv ran all nrmma the Mrt.' v Hllton Carlson, mother-in-law o*?thcir clieiit, Mrs. Kit .carjson.. unuaual occurencc was : and granite extended and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Smith and - • - • children visited their son and brother Mr. and Mrs. Edd Smith in Aslidown on Sunday. balcony ran all around thy , . , , (1 They climbed the ; steps to UIP TheMatMt unuaual occurencc was to find that Mra. Hilton had ppe- Balcony, and Jim produced the ared the lace' they were to live key -tftb* front door and opened I In'* f or v house-party Quests. Mr», ll - The place was tiny. It was j will E j ve a mu sical program at 1 Hilton Is perturbed, at Dunn's dean- The- furnishings were all ^ el .AMIS Church Thursday, S iTT,*M¥**?A* 1 '' *r*^****f'' iir&i$us9d% , i( itf'flL. Stata F«r M^^Jft'wM py4|w,'and eight per cfent which is tnda to be of district as may ; V AU lawp and Parts , conflict, herewith arc 3N, 9, is hereby de- the General Assembly jnal .'funds are Jmmed- ed^to, prbvjde for con- $iWstater 'district, and buiWingg f ,and facilities ch^,Sjn^s are not avail- ftt'tbe- passage of this pmftdy. such' situation. fflf t y J/ hereby 4 this Act being mmediate' pres- public peace, health '^e In jull force ftftev i<^ passage S. ' . ' March JJ, 1D53, o, 37 perturbed VII The red-roofed house was In [French provincial. It was a miniature goni of a place. "JTirst place I ever saw built on your scale, Nancy," Jim said. •trangor contrast to the much larg- 1 "J can see I'm • going to have to shabbier main house, It had be . caiieful about stretching. One of an Immaculate Hansel stretch in the living room and I'd the* look arid' Grfctel cottage, set on silts in | poke my arm put through the front, tha back level with the slopp kitchen window." small ravine cutting down Legal tyotice NOTICE IN THE PROBATE COURT OK HEMP8TEAD COUNTY, ' , ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OP No. 950 Annio Partoe Stuart, deceased La&t known address of decedent: Ozan, Arkansas Date of death: July 12, 1954. The undersigned was appointed administrator of W»e estate of the guove-named decedent on the 8th day of September, 1954, All persons having claims against th<? estate must exhibit them, duly kitchen window." "It's wonderful!; It—Oh Jim, you don't suppose they'll come back for these furnishings, too, do you This is the dearest dream. Like a dresni, Jim My dream anyway. A—n real lioneymooh cottage 1 iiuess." At ft quarter past five, a limousine drove slowly down the sleep grade, tumbled across the bridge »»nd came to a stop. Jim-walked over and opened the rear door, Jielped out the heavily yelled figure of his client. She stood beside him without a word, made no attempt to enter the house until he had helped out the other occupant of the back se,ai; She was a huge woman, with roll upon roll of fat pushing and The Slylarks, famous radio and recording artist of Nashville, Tenn., t Be- Sep- tembcr 23, at 8 p. m. Associated with the Skylarks in Ihis program, will be Hie Humming Bees of Texarkana. Tickets may be purchased from members ol Bethel Church, Hicks Funeral Home, _Unique Beauty Salon and Nelson's Grocery. Advance adult tickets 75c, at the door $1.00. Students.35c, at Uie door DOc The public is invited. Keystone Lodge No. 43 Will meet Tuesday night, September ; 21, at the regular meeting place. All members are asked to be present pantef Jim muttered. :' : "The poor thing," Nancy said. She jumped from her perch on the arm of Jim's chair, ran into the bedroom. He followgd slowly, half expecting to find her in tears. But she was very busy throwing her clothes from both the closet and the partially unpacked suitcase. From lime to lime, he held up a garment, glared at it in pecu- verified, to the undei signed within bulging her tightly stretched pasty j lotion and either dicarded it com- dilte( ot thc j white skin. 'Her^^ nose Was a small I pletely or put it on a growing ..„„ .... ' on the bed. "The possible." first publication of this notice, or L, ed blob ]1(te - n currnnt se t Jn'u thnv shrill b« forever barred and OQ suety . pu( j djng She held (jut both hauclfl, small lands looking out of place at the they shall be forever barred and precluded fiom #ny benefit in the estate, This notice fhst published 13th day of September, 1954. LEWIE STUART Administrator Qzan, Arkansas Sept. 13. 20 JHE POBLIC cqr on the with g speed, there for is there to see qnd we yrge ypu to raJmjt? er .er |igrj thgf §%n*, The and we precaution mgy be yours pr she explained. "You getting ready to leave" Jim asked. •>nds of her •floursack arms Jim! "Not. mo."~she said firmly. "But ook those hands. They wore hot. I'm not going to let my appear Yot oncu on her feet on soliillance be a hindrance • to you in U'ound, she showed nn ability for ' your work." Jim walked prumpily to the end of the small wharf which. uxtondcd motion which' was sucprisin i's. Carlson paid off the- driver, vajtcd until he had turned fhi> ^ar. ind started'the climb back toward' a few feet outintu Ihe lake, Hehe plateau before she spoko. i had the foeling his client would "This is Mrs. Gelstrap, My cook.'summon him as soon as he; saw- »nd my .friend. I don't know, what him fishing and he mumbled the I'd do without her," • , well-chosen word 'he intended to The massive face broke into n'up. )road smile, and a giggle caniej He IVafl four fish in his creel out. Her voice was high, with just I the largest a goott 14 inches and ;he suggestion of a whine when j the mallet 13, when he heard phe said, "How you dp carry on."'the sound of a motor, and saw Jim yhirled""around, say that'the outboard speedboat pulling to- ADVERTISING IS NEWS, CNency was walking toward them on the path f,rom the, caretaker',* abJn. ward him. Even from some distance he had no difficult making • out the now Mrs. Caj-lspn spoke before ha familiar set smile Phillip seemed could find words. "But of course. alway to wear. The map handled } did tell you to bring a woman the small, boat skillfully, brought it Slojjg." Her eyes narrowed. "And | around " hi a weeping turn which Weaving pants," She turned toward sent a waye splashing glide to a the open front door. "I must sav teel upport of the pier. J find a woman in tight pants I Philip let the boat glide to a quite suggestive. I'll let you know top about 20 feet out. "Have «» u there is anything 1 wajit." message for you. All right. LeV nave it. You're Nancy kept silent until she had scaling the fin." b,t»r "husband insi.de tft,e caretaker's 1 "Too bad, chum. 8he must-age a.«d |i>j|4 hjm, a cup of cof, [ 1 from Wq, Hilton. Mr. Wilton '^fow 'teU we,*' she insisted .Csrlon. She ept me pver 4o tell "I suppose. sl}e said somethujg you the fib. in tbj lafce, belong fboMt mp" " to fter, You're not to cstcK auy." in I 09 3s People buy this newspaper for news of the world, the country and our community in particular. Our readers are also interested in news about food, clothes, entertainment, automobiles, furniture and all-of the necessities and luxuries that have to do with daily living. Througli advertising in this paper you can give our readers the up-to-date news about your merchandise and services. Each one of your advertisements can be a newspaper within a newspaper, Of course you should know all about the circulation of the newspaper that is carrying the news of your , business. How many people buy the paper? Where are they located? How was the circulation obtained? To give you this information and many other facts that you need and have a right to know when you buy advertising space, this newspaper is a member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations/ Established in 1914, the Bureau'is a cooperative, nonprofit association of 3,575 advertisers, advertising agencies and publishers. Its purpose is to furnish advertisers with verified reports on the circulation of its publisher members. At regular intervals one of the Bureau's ;; large staff' of experienced auditors makes a <jf thorough inspection'and audit of our circur lation records, just as the bank examiner makes a check of your bank's records. The information thus obtained is published in ollicial A.B.C. reports. When you buy space in .this newspaper our A.B.C. report tells you just what, in circulation values, you get for your advertising, investment! ,» This newspaper is a member of the 0 Audit Bureou of Circulations. Advertisers are invited; to ask for a copy of our latest A.B.C. report. A . B C R E P O R T S - 4 0 YE A JR <S. O F lhN D IN G- AND FACT- REPORTING Hope flBHI^^^ Our Doily Bread Thin by the Editor Alex. H. Washburn Stock Show Motorcade Takes Off Wednesday Quoted "Grandma, what kind of a hus- Iband would you advise me to get?" I t£ My a dWce is to leave the bus- Ibsfids alone and get yourself a reingle man." Star WiAtHER tftls falf *Hd A; Ifcf&flfl efWtmig at 8 4* Hi ', day, High §t, Low 14, tr8<S§ WpitaUon. " 55TH YEAR: VOL. SS ^- NO. 287 of Hopt 1199, Jan. 11, HOPE, ARKANSAS, TUlSBAY r S£PT6M8ER 21,1954 M*hib*r: t Av. N*» l>aM OKI. MM. EA4M« i, Audit lttfM» *lfi««'«tf*?!*i « Mitth J1, 1»»4 •»• MM Brookwood Safety Patrol Organized for Student Protection Wednesday morning there Will I be a lot of early breakfasts in Hope (and a great scurrylns-around as Ythe annual motorcade takes off on I Us swing around southwest Ar Ikansas advertising the Third ibistrict Livestock Show. If you've been thinking about Bsdlpfi your car on this year's ItJBr tell Herbert Burns about it [today. He's tour chairman for the I Retail Merchants committee, a II imagine he'll want to know how I many vehicles he can count I before sundown tonight. Your editor was on last year's (motorcade, and will go again I Wednesday. It's a recommendet [trip — especially nowadays when [the entire route is hard-surfaced Aast year the motor caravan [started north out of Hope, visited iftashville, then doubled back here land went up No. 67 to Prescott and I Gurdon. At Gurdon we took State 153 through Whelen Springs to jcamden, svhere we stopped for jlunchcon. In the afternoon we continued to El Dorado, southern| most point of the tour, then turned homeward, making stops at J Magnolia, Waldo, Stamps, and wisville. ' Sou can count on the tour stickling pretly close to schedule, and [bringing you back home in time I for the evening meal. ; There's a lot of travel and band I music 'and noise, and a general good time. The motorcade is a good thing for I you once a year, and it certainly helps the Third District Stock Show. And this is a year when anything (that will help the Show deserve? ^r.1 earnest atlenlion. In a tough [season you simply have 'to work harder and advertise more to get out a good crowd—: and Hope's Annual motorcade gives the ter) ritory living evidence that we are back of all the Stock Show advertis- I ing that has been spread over the area. .. WASHINGTON Jniled States has Last week at Brookwood elementary school 'student safety patrol was set up by school officials and Vnembers of the City and State Police. Members of the patrol,'front row left to right, Tim Bearden, Ford Ward, Curtis ChurchWell, Phillip Gilliam, Billy Walters, Maraaret Lauterback, Norma Jean Cannon, Lana Thompson and Shirley SUndberg. vv. , Middle row Redoe'Turner, Buddy Putman, Jack Lauterback, Carolyn Maxwell, Sandra Gaines, Charlotte McQueen and J. C. May. Top row; James P. Castecl, state sales manager of'the AAA, Little Rock; Trooper Everett Eason of the Arkansas State Police department of safety, Mrs. Elmer Brown, school principal and Officer Carl Wayne Burke of the City Police. , ^ €AP Cadets to Meet on Thursdays Hope So.uadron of the Civil Air Patrol Cadets have changed their meeting night from Wednesday to Thursday. The Cadets are in the Qcess of getting re-organized r the summer vacation period. Meetings are being held at the National Guard Armory at 7:30 each Thursday night and all eligible and interested boys are "urged to come and visit the group next meeting night, An effort to build the membership of the squadron is beina undertaken at the present time. The requirements for membership are that a young man be 14Vfe to 18 years of age and be physically well. "'TOhe Sffuadron Public Information Officer, Lt. A. J. Mhoon, issued the ifollowing statement concerning membership In the Cadets. There have been many 'parents of the interested boys who . would not consent to their sons joining the Civil Air Patrol, because they ! 'feared it would place their boys liable for call into the -Air Force. This is definately caused by misinformation, or no information at all £the subject. There is no possible way for members of the Civil Air Patrol to be called into federal service because the organization is not a reserve component of any branch of the armed services. The status of an individual in the organization is strictly civilian, and the only part the Air Force plays Is one of guidance 1 and making the loan of an L-10 Laison Plane to each unit. Vsffhree of the Cadets of this Squad;i j&n have just returned from the /annual summer encampment at ^Tinker Air Force Base. • They are Jimmy Haynes, Jimmy Allen, and B.ill Andrews. These Cadets are expected to furnish leadership, In the squadron because of their attendance of. Summer Camp, which is open to all cadets, Good Will Tour Starts 8 a.m. Wednesday An annual Good Will tour advertising the Third District Livestock Show here September 27 through October 2, will be made Wednesday with leaving time set for 8 a. m. at Fair park. This year's tour' is in charge of Herbert Burns, Burnis Gallion and Bud Collier. The group will. take part in the opening parade of the Nevada County Fair at Prescott. Included on the tour • are • stops at Gurdon. Camden, Stephens, Magnolia, Waldo, Stamps and Lewisville. The group will arrive back in Hope at 5 p. m. All local merchants are urged" to cither make the trip or send a representative auto. The school band will accompany the group. Warns Russia Could Win Atomic Race /ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. ('UP( Atomic Thomas E Murray : warned today that Russia- may win the crucial' "industrial power race." if the United States doe&n't apply the spurs to its lagging atomic P°wcr j ^ Kiwanis Hear Director of Negro Education Ed McCuiston, of Little Rock. Director of Negro Education Division of the State Department of Educa- Energy Commissioner JJ™ was speaker at the Kiwanis to Club noon meeting at the Hotel that April Some States to Gain Hour Next Sunday Bv HENRY SUPPLE BOSTON (IP) — Remember hour o£ sleep yon lost in when your state went on daylight raving time? Well, you can save it back next Sunday unless you live in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire or a few communities in Vermont. The reascn: the Massachusetts legislature decided last.spring that whatever benefits accrue from hav ing daylight time from the last Sunday in April to the last Sunday in September would be enhanced considerably if extended to ihe last Sunday in October. Rhode Inland and New Hampshire followed suit and a few Vermont towns near Massachusetts or New Hampshire figured it might lessen the contusion by doing likewise. program In a major speech before the CICO Uni^ed.^Steelworkers convention. Murray' canaiTf or a '• titanic" government-backed effort to translate "atoms for peace" plans into operating atomic power plants 'in this country arid throughout the free world. 'Our failure to go ahead on a broad, vigorous program," he said, would play into the hands of the Soviets." He warned that neither "budgetary considerations" nor a shortage of scientists should "cause us to drag our feet in tills most important nuclear power race." . "No one familiar with world technology has any doubt that to day the Soviets are capable of meeting the atomic electric power challenge,'' Murray declared. "If the U.S.S.R. should win the industrial power race, the price tag for nuclear power reactors v/ilj be high. So high indeed that Ins purchaser will be forced to relinquish his exchange and civil liberties in exchange for n u c 1 e e i electric 'power. .This must not hap pen, What a tragedy it would be if world leadership in this field fell by default into Soviet hands." Murray, former New York inventor and engineer, said bluntly that U.S. alomic power development so far doesn't rank with other oulstanding achievements oj' American science and industry." Despite a "necessary preoccupa tion" with weapons, . oXveJopment Barlow .today. Mr. McCuiston 'discussed the recent United States Supreme Court decision wherein the coUrt decreed that segregation of public school lupils upon the basis of race, color r national origin is contrary to the United States Constitution. Dr. J£. C.. v Crow chairman of the <iwa"nls Club program committee or the current quarter arranged or the speaker and made the in- reduction. Blevins PTA to Meet Thursday The Belvins P. T. A. will meet Thursday, September • 23, at 7:30 p. m. in the High School Auditorium After the business meeting a social lour will be enjoyed with games nnd refreshments. All parents, teachers, and patrons are urged' to be present. Reward! Nursing is 4 proud profes- giojv-rrp ne high» }y rpspected in every catnni.u» . o|fers rich r/ewards in personal sat' is/actions beyond otlier advantage; §| 4 career. The trained Profes- t pl or Practical i>urso is recog- te"4 a«4 «pprecUte4 in the community % helping when Help k Deeded most, You are in ,.'"-/,"<• " he said more." . "we could have done Telephone Group Names President HOT SPRINGS (/P) —The Arkan sas Telephone Association h a s elected John W. Carter ol the union Telephone Co. at Smackovei president. He succcds 'C. B. Hoi lingsworlh of Stuttgart, AMan Who Watched Radio, TV Climb From Infant to Big Business Is Going to Retire By SAUL PETT For Hal Boyle NEW YORK Charley Putter- After all, he has only been writ ing about radio more than 3 years He has bean radio edilo only 27 years He lias done hi column only 23 years. With all that, the boy is onl 62, He started young, at 14, o his famjlys kitchen table jn Cham paign, III Charley built an ama teur wireless station in 1906'. those days, he recalls •Jo ''tliere were no commercial Reason-l Plant Listed at$650,00b MoreTrouble in Delaware Racial Issue U, S, Supergiant H-BombCan Level a Nation (UP) The developed a 'supergiant" H-bomb with the ex- loslvc punch of nearly 45,000,000 ons of TNT and the "probable" apacity to knock out a nation, a icw book oh the weapon said to ay. The authors, James R. Sheplcy nd Clay Blair, Jr., of Time mag- iglne, reported that the estimated Sporkmon Cleared by Housing Probars By KEITH U IKOIANAPOLIS. Ind. Senate housing Invnstigatori said today they are convinced that Sett. John J» Sparkman (UAifi.) ex* cried no undue lnfluenc«s in connection with housing "Windfalls." A witness, bcfons Sen. Homer Capehart's banking coitimltt6C teS- tifled yesterday that it was "com* mon knowledge" although "purely gossip" that the 1653 Ddnio- cralic vice-presidential candidate helped push thiough an illegal Capehart said today lower of the bomb is so hat officials decided not to risk ettlng it off during the Enlwetok e.sts this spring. When ihe first bomb Hred dur- ng the tests released more than wice the destructive power that the scientists had anticipated, Shep- ey and Blair said the .estimated strength of the.'"su'tjerginnt"' was scaled sharply upward, "near the iracticable limit of thermonuclear vc'ap'p'ns, 45 megatons, 2,400 'times he force of Hiroshima." , The .government has.never said yiiblicly how niuch power ii .hinks the big bomb packs. But informed sources revealed last May .hat it was officially rated at between 40,000,000 and 45,000,000 :ons. "It seems doubtful that any pco- jle actually could survive the shock of say 1,000 'obsolete* 500 kiloton (50,000-ton) bombs," Shop- ley and Blair wrote. "It seems more than probable that no people could survive if one substitutes in the equation the potential , 45 megatons of the thermonuclear bomb. The book, "The Hydrogen Bomb," will not be published un- loan, However, that the committee is convinced that Sparknian is the victim of "rumor and gossip" and that the Alabaman cnly "was exercising responsibility to a constituent like any senator doss." ISPreache C-40 plane crashed "anii " plenty' LcrtiS ft EUeU 4 6f',£,aivndd -' ' Chtii-ch LITTLE" ROCK Federal udge Thomas C. Trimble yester- ay heard an official from the Co- umbia Southern Chemical Corp. istimate Reason-Hill properly at racksonvilie at $650,000 as a land lonclemnaticn suit betv/een Rca- :or-Hill and the federal govern- nent opened. Sidney Robes, a planning engineer o£ the competitive chemical company, estimated the property alue in the dispute .which in- olves 80 acres of land which the government condemned for the Air Base project. The property value had been es- imated previously by the Reasor•nil Co. at nonror $1,000,000, but he governmenl has placed in Ihe •cgistry I of the court only $150,000 lor the acreage involved. Other competitors in Ihe field of chemical production, appeared witnesses TO place the value of tho property in tho sumo general range as that cited by Forbes. The jury must determine th ust compensation due the firm for he land taken through condemna :ion. By BILL LOFTUS MILFORD, Del., (JP), Tansion crept through this quiet sourheas crn Delaware community today a an unsettled racial situation cam to a head with the reopening of th two public schools. The Milford Board of Education composed of three businessmen arid a housewife, called for re- su,jnption of classes. But the hitch in'their plans was the unans'werc3 question of whether 11 Negro .pupils would appear to take up their high school, studies again. All early morning indications were that they would. But there were no indications that demonstrations or acts of violence-would result and the Board of Education was still undecided on whether the pupils would actually be admitted to the Milford Hi^h School,; Meanwhile, several . hundred miles away jn Dayton, Ohio, • Ally. Russell L. Carter prepared petitions on behalf of the National Assn. for the Advancement, of Colored People asking the United States District Court to enjoin what Negro leaders call segregation in the Hillsboro, Ohio, school system. Mrs. Miley O. Williamson, gional coordinator in Dayton for til Sept. 30. But condensed version a copyrighted, printed in the Dulles Will Go to London for 9-Power Me6t by WILLIAM GALBRAITH : WASHINGTON. (UP)The Unit cd Stales will send Secretary of State John Foster Dulles t6 a nine- power conference in London ne» week to try to hammer out a plan for rearming Weat Germany. The State Department reserve ,cpldneL 'This -was doubly, we preach (t the .Rev, 1 Nevillfe«Sir' Carls6n Flilmore,- The ways, ' fira in ong*6Hgirie)^ side of the Pr cs The f cha£laihV f rdmtS6utWbr! * _»i »»- /.jiJ^it-i—^I. jSf¥*4At»-i-ti an U .S. News and World Report was made public lar.t night. In their account of the H-bomb's development, the two authors asserted that Russia went out ahead of the Unhel States In 1933 largely because of a political struggle among some of America's leading atomic scientists and administrators. nounced late yefeterday that this country has formally accepted Britain's invitation to the meeting which is scheduled to get underway next Tuesday. , ' Lincoln Whita, department spokesman, said Dulles' hopes to wind up his affairs at the 'United Nations General Assembly in time to leave for London.Saturday. The hard-traveling 'secretary^ returned only last week-end ironi a 'hurry- up trip to Bonn and 'London And it was- 'only % "a *• \yeek' ago ' that'he, came back from an extensive' Far Eastern trip. , „.., _ A ,,, U.S. officials visw next''Tues- day's confciencc as the first show-, left in lfic~ IXHV Dounas lortipssi CAP, oh*aplulns'/.,c<hifcr6ncej Iramento ••»•**•'••'-*-"-"*** and toda; The plane -'crev pilot'^ Sgt, LJpyd; redHhi, Jr^tSacrame! 4oy^Ple%Gl0}^ tiorfed-.at.VilWqfeleU all statiorfed' ,&,''$& Sacramcn,t6^r^% mi f **. •5*f_»*r Attyti- -i*^"*' the NAACP. said action is designed "the Hillsboro as a test case for racial segregation in Northern schools." School board officials • in the southwestern Ohio & Community of some 5.000 insisted there is no segregation. And city officials saici a re-zoning of the city's school district tending to keep most Ne- proos out of previously all-White Webster and Washington gracV schools was • on a "residential' rather than a racial basis. The rezoning took effect last week. down with Franpe - ovejr, tlves 'to the 'European aniiy.- pflan which tho French assembly, killed.' Wall Street Blamed for AP&LHike which tho They are frari .icjvabout th cess. field-you know the byline as "C E Butterfield"is retiring afci radio -TV editor of the Associated Press. Around here, that'a a little like saying the RCA Building is going to be town down fpr a parking lot Matterof fact, most of us were happily convinced that Charley would still be writing about radio long after NBC became a faded dividend memory in the minds of couldn't understand the code, but Pavid SawpH's descsndants it was fun for we. anjway l\ But Chailey says he'5 tired and wasn't for the rest of the neigh\^ants to go down to Florida and borhood raise chipkens, I don't know why "you see, I used an electronic The kid doesn't deserve a rest. We were just getting hun bi-pken in Faubus Wants Plonk Opposing Assessment LITTLE ROCK OT — Orval Fan ous, Democratic nominee for governor, says he has suggested that party platform writers draft a plank opposing adoption of the proposed tax assessment revision amendment for 'presentation to the State Democratic Convention here Thursday and Friday. However, Faubus said that delegates to the convention probably would not be asked to put the party on record on any of the other measures on tha November general election ballot. Faubus said the platform also probably would call for "the re tenlion of only such aeitivites as are imperative to tha operation of the state." "Certainly the platform will call for increased efficiency ajmi economy in state government, ihe. utiliza tion of trained and qualified per TIRE.D COW " BENEVENTO, Italy, (UP) When Farmer Pietro Filppo walked into his bain aud discovered iiis cow was missing he searched everywhere for it until he was weary. He decided to go home and take nap. Upon arriving home h JACKSON, Miss. M An ousted official of Mississippi Power Re Light Co. has charged that "Wall Stret forc"d Arkanssr Power & Light Co. to increase its electric rates by nearly four million dollars per yunr although AP&L has? been regularly paying Wall Street high dividends." Elsewhere ip. u lengthy statement J, D. Stietenroth, the Mississippi Company's dismissed secretary- treasurer, made it clear that by "Wall Street" he meant Middle South Utilities, Inc., which owns all the common stock of both MP&L and AP&L. and various concerns and individuals affiliated with Middle South. . At Little Rock, Robert E. Ritchie, president of AP&L, denied Stiotenroth's assertion. "There 13 no basis 'n fact for his statement," Ritchie said. "The decision for UIP rota Increase was ade by the Ar causa* Power & .ight Co. Board of Directors aft* er four years consideration. It vas necessary to preserve our company's financial integrity. Mid* lie South Utilities did not force .he issue." AP&L now is collecting the •ate increase, estim-Usd to Dutch Diploma New Head of UN Assembly laihitb low'ed',1 to ^um abl/' '119^ just' -west 1 found tne cow-snoozing Pietro's bed. happily in tion§ All I got was coded signals the go vernment stations I to cut m 99 on the house sonael and continue daudlts of all departments and 'agencies" he said. Faubus said that other details of the platform planks presently wove unknown to him. ''Only preliminary discussions have beer 4 conducted on the matter," he said. "A complete Two later." draft will not until Polly Barr This lovely lady is Uolly Barr who is quite a figure on skates. She is one of the feature attractions of Stars in Revue which plays thveo njghts at the annual Third District Livestock Show, Sept. 27-28-gO. She is widely acclaimed and has appeared on many television shows with three appearances on Ed Sullivan's Tpast of the Town, which Steve AJlsm and Hubert Q, by WILLIAM N UNITED NATIONS, N. Y- W— A Dutchman witjh 35 years experience in inferhalionfU affairs, was a shoo-in choice today for, president of the ninth U. N, General Assembly as delegates ' gaiheretjl for their opening session this afternoon. ' ' j The election of Dr, Eelcq Nicolaas van Kleffens to ttis , top ' Assembly post became a virtual certainty when bis only ,. announced opponent, Prince Wan Waithaya- kon of Thailand, withdrew yesterday from the race, , , Van Kleffens was born in' Heer- ister to Portugal and hend of the Dutch delegation to the GO-naUon Assembly, began lining up his sup* port on a visit here^last December, Even U.S. support *for Prince W»n could not slow Van Klefforts' can- prp- .luce around $3,900,000 m'ore annually, under a bond which guarantees refunds if any should be ordered. Hearing wi tho applica- ion to make the increase perma- ment will start before the Arka- sas Pubic Service CommiUPjon at Little Rock on pet. 11. . ^ t / Th,p' veteran Dutch diplomat will celebrate his 60th birthday > while the Assembly is in session, on Nov, 17. A lawyer and the sou of yer, his Jong c-jrear has often , a}' ternated between the law |»nd diplomacy or combined ,*the two. ' 4 Van, Kief fen swas born in.H enveen, a small factory 'town the peatbog country Q£ >FrJesland, northern HoUand. He ptteuijed University of' Leyden, and in «t 23, won his dejjrpe of doctpr, 'law. • All Around the Town •y Th» Star fttff In a report to fans the High 1 School Athletic Department listed, the following financial statement following the Hope-DeQueen g Friday night • • • ther<s wera adult admissions as compared 917 the previous week, 585 student?, over 200 less and 194 season t as compared to over gPQ l#st . . . total receipts shewed $l, less expenses of ?W7^ft shqwim* profit of $800.74 a? coflrtpar^cj with $7?9.43 profit on the g|a.mjas so the two-g^me profit n,ight the lake Two pope player? wh« r went Stfije 111 HI $1,930.17 which is hot much applied pn 9 $9,OflQ debt • «,. enii>g rain throughout the fay dp>vn Some si# weeks don S?,, a 1 *'* five leet fll'w»ter at diving faped ta fta>d

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