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Contact Mrs. Elmer Hampton near Paisley school. Phono 7* 4310. 23-31 Mope Star tfbr> t , m . Hop» January 18, 1927 H2» kffied every weekday afternoon by TAR PUBLISHING CO. Cc-Ii ,' Palmer, Prejldent . Vfothburn, Secy-Tre*. The Star Building 2*14 South Walnut Street Hope,, Arkoniai *W«hburn, Editor & Publhker Jonei, ; Managing Editor Davli, Advertising Monoget Hotmer, Mech. Suph i I ''.it second clem matter at : ilt "Office at Hope, Arhonioi, 1 he" Act, of' March 3, 1B97. •r of the Audit Bureau of Circulation! ttc'rlpHon 'Rates (payable In od- vane*}- fler In HOP& and neighboring ' towns — t:..;.....,. ......... . ............. , .25 :.,.....: ........ , ............ 13.00 l,, In 'Hemp^leod, Nevada, "C Howard, and Miller coun- 85 .:....^.... .......... ' 1.60 . ............ 2.60 4.50 . ith ,,. . ,: ,..., MO . J.. ... 3.25 i...,. 6,50 J,..., 13.00 ifHsIng; Representative?: Inc.? 1602 StcciCk ,,J 2,' Term.- 505 Texas Dallas 2, Texps; 360 N. Chicago 1, III.; 60 E. (fork 17, N. -Y,;- 1763 Bldg., Detroit 2, Mich.; Oklahoma City 2, t/ Tha Associated Press: clotad' Press is entitled eX- ~ito- the use for republicotion h'e 'local 'news printed in this per,'voi well as all AP news *r ,-i/ v t 1 . i SALE . .... g&FJNE SADDLE OJlSEj:NP SADDLE Services Offered Funeral Directors 5AKCREST INSURANCE ND & HAZEL HOME AMBULANCE PltONE 7-2123 AD-1 Mo. TF HEHNDON CORNELIUS BURIAL ASSOCIATION Largest and Oldest in South Arkansas. Call 7-5505 tor our agents A23-1 Mo. For Sole Plenty ef USED TIRE BARGAINS Exceptional Values In 2 Used Detroit Jewel Gas Ranges Fully guaranteed Good, Used Practice Piano Oklahoma Tire & Supply DROUTH emergency feeds. Range Cubes. Range Meal for salt mixing. 16% Dairy and 60% Grain sweet feeds. Our prices are right. Call or see us. Phone 7-2547. HOPE FEED CO. Wade Warren, Manager, 22-6t 6 ACRES % mile from city limit of Hope, on paved highway, 90 acres open land. 0 acres limber, 1 dwelling. 2 barns. Deep well electricity and gas. Priced under todays market for quick sale. Foi ter Realty Co. 23-3 TRAILER cabin, 7' x 14'. Nice for lake cabin. Hope Sign and Neoi Co. Price — $15. 24-3 SHOATS, 3'/ 2 months old. Also pig 8 weeks old; Route 2, Hope, Buf ford. C. Johnson. 25-3 2 MALE and 2 female Dalmatiar puppies. $5. and $10. Mrs. J. T Adams, Rt. 2, Emmet. 25-3 For Rent UNFURNISHED 3 room apartment Private bath, rent reasonable 1311 W. Avenue B. Phone 7-3690 10-t Wanted UNITED FARM AGENCY Local Office ' — The Oaks Court Phone PRospect 7-5883 We Need Farms to Se Due to many recent Sales, and the "Farm buying" season approaching, we must have more farms to sell. Nation Wide Advertising and a 30 year reputation. For results: CALL US NOW: Box 184 Hope, Ark. Real Estate for Sale VT 1007 South Elm, ,wc have a beautiful 4 room home, practically new, plenty built-ins, hardwood floors, car port. Situated to the new hospital. HOPt STAR, HOM, A*KA,NSAI Saturday, September 2>, Porkers to Use Sophs in Key Positions FAYETTEVlLLE — Arkan- close sas' sophomore -stirdded Razorbacks open the 1954 football season here tomorrow afternoon against a familiar foe, the University of Tulsa. Three sophomores will man key positions for the Porkers, who will attempt to repeat last year's 27-7 victory over the Golden Hurricane. For the First time in the ancient series, which includes 31 previous contests, Arkansas and Tulsa are playing successive games. The two teams closed out the 1053 season. Arkansas is favored to win tomorrow, but Tulsu is expected to give a better account of itself than it did last year. The contest will provide Razorback fans with a preview of how Arkansas ir- going to perform without the services of its two out standing offensive stars of 1053, tailback Lamar Mcllan and end Floyd Sagely Sophomore George Walker wil lARGE 5 room house. Hardwood floors, Venetian blinds, large closets, spacious rooms. Real fire place, Car port and garage, 100' x 150' shady lot. Beautiful PRESCOTT NEWS C. W. P. Entertained By Mrs. Henry Thompson Mrs. Henry Thompson entertained the Christian Women's Fellowship at her home on Monday afternoon. The president, Mrs. Harry Moore, presided and the meeting was opened with a hymn. followed with prayer by Mrs. Thompson. Mrs. C. O. Wahlquist read the minutes ot the August meeting and a financial report was given . by Mrs. Dennis Ledbcttcr. Reports on the Christian Youth Camp were given. The program for the afternoon on Growing Stronger In Europe" Was presented by Mrs. Ledbetter. She read Scripture from 1 John 1:17 and told of the mission at tlome, Italy. The meeting adjourned with the Lord's Prayer repeated in unison. During the social hour refreshments were enjoyed. By The Associated Press North Little Rock 14; Camden 7 El Dorado 34; Monroe, La., 13 Istrouma (Baton Rouge La) 46; Little Rock 20 Longview, Tex., 41; Texarkar.a 7 Pine Bluff 25; Fort Smith 14 Benton 6; Mot Springs 0 Magnolia 20; Crossctt 13 Blytheville 21; Fraysor. Tcnn., 7 start at tailback, Jerry MnFaddcn, and who squadman saw little back yard. Paved Park Drive. street. 1023 NICE 5 room cottage, hardwood floors, plenty closets, able size rooms. Tile comfort- garage, 100' x 150' lot. Fair Park. Located close to HERE is one you can buy cheap. 5 room house, large comfortable rooms. Needs some repair. See at 1300 Adn St. ON corner of 7th & Fulton St. we have a 5 room bungalow within 2 blocks of Grade school and near Fair Park. Silunted on extra largo lot. GREENING INSURANCE & REALTY COMPANY FHA, GI & Conventional Loans Insurance and Real Estate ,Dinl 7-4CG1 22-3t Male Help Wanfred 50'MEN wanted to help erect the Metropolitan Big Railroad Shows. Apply Show Manager, Fairgrounds, Hope, Monday, Scptem- Distrlct Vice Commander Guest Speaker E. R. Van Ettcn, vice commander of District 11 of the American Lc gion was guest speaker Monday night at a joint meeting of the Prescott Amercan Legion and Auxiliary. The two^ organizations enjoyed a potluck 'supper at Kiwanis Park with 45 members present. Commander ot Hooker-Nelson Post No. 51, Sam V. Scott, presided at the meeting and introduced Commander Van Etten who explained the purposes of belonging to the Legion or Auxiliary and how al veterans benefit from the organization. Commander Scott appointed three teams to work on the membership drive and EJlis Ledbetter, Dick Stewart and Albert Peachey were named to head tin.- teams. Th membership driv-j will end Novem ber llth and the local Legion here hopes to be able to get the number of members that they have been asked for. Football Subiaco 26; Arkadclphia Fayetlcvilte 215 26; Prescott fi ber 27th. 7 a. m. 25-11 Lost THREE room apartment, nice! lurnished. Bills paid. 204 Bonner. GODBQLD apartment. Nicely furnished. 3 rooms and breakfast nook, private bath and car. port. '% block'from town. 321 W. 2nd. St. Call 7-3314. 22-3t Tailor Shop STUDIO W* , , I.I. Save "-moved my. studio 5. Elm Street Keith Jewelry . f!\'Pljone 7.3890 MY furnished home, 1113 E. ; 4th St. Will -rent or lease lo suitable tenant. H. B. McRae. See Dorscy McRae, Lieblong Realty Co, Phone 7-2228. 23-31 N^ESTERN SHARES ^Versified Income Fund epectus available from 1. S. BATES Phone 7-4454 57 West FURNITURE CO, 'ef City' timits West ion Water Barrels for, Sale |e7*43« Hope, Ark. BLUE Parakeet. To catch him show green bottle and call "Bill." Call 7-5542! After 5 call 7-2669. 23-3t action last year, takes over for the departed Sagely. Two other soph- mores, end Ted Souter and center Jerry Ford, also will be in the starting Razorback lineup. The lack of talented ends and insufficient experience at tailback and center have been the biggest sources of worry for Arkansas Coach Bowden Wyatt this season. With two All-Southwest Conference performers at tailback and weakside end last season, Arkansas managed to win only three panics while -dropping seven. Wyatt fears that weaknesses at these two jobs this season may more than offset the team's ini provement at lh» other positions. The Arkansas conch, who's start- ins his second year he-re, isn't favorably impressed by thn fact that Tulsa lost 21-14 lo Hardin-Simons last week. "Tulsa looks like an improved ball club to me especially in line depth," said Wyatt. "They just made many of the usual first-game mistakes you often find fumbles and crippling penalties. "We're going to have all we can handle for this first gnme." Three lettermcn, fullback Henry Moore, wingback Joo Thomason and -blocking back Preston Carpenter, will start with Walker in the Arkansas backfiold. This trio of veterans are expected to provide the Razorbacks with an improved running game this season. In the line, lettermcn Wayland Roberts and Bud Brooks will be al'non Buchanan, plans were complet- Clarksdale, Miss., 32; Jonesboro 20 Newport 32; Walnut F.irlgn 0 Van Burcn 32; Rogers 13 'ordycc 32; Bcarrten fi Springdale 6: Harrison 0 (lie) Paragould 7; Batesvillc 7 (tie) Bald Knob (i; Searcy G (lie) West Memphis 34; O.-iccola 0 Warren IS; Watson Chapel 12 Nashville 13; Watson Chapel 11 Nashville 13; Mntvurn G Stuttgart 34; Catholic High (Lit tic Rock) 0 East High (Memphis) 12; Ccn ;ral Helena 0 Bcbe 112; McCror.v 0 Dierks 48; Blcvins 12 Bryant IS; Deaf School (Little 12 0 Cit Mrs. J. R. Bemis Hostess To Rose Garden Twenty-one members of the Rose Garden club met on Tuesday afternoon in the home o.£ Mrs. J. R. Bemis for the first meeting of the season with Mrs. Earl Eppler and Mrs. T. R. Moburg associate hostesses. . ' The living room mantel held an outstanding arrangement of wild flowers and grasses and Roses and spider lilies were placed at other points of" interest. During the business session conducted by the president, Mrs. Ver- Rock) 12 Greenwood 20; Danville 0 Ozark 12; Boonavillc 0 Bentonville 19; Siloani Springs 1 Smackover 19; Hope G Mountain Home 27; Clinton 1.' Lakeside (Hot SpringiO 19; Ma blevale 13 Forrest City 21; Brinkley Hayti. Mo., G; Wilson 0 Augusta 33; DCS Arc G Morrilton 33; Dimlane-llu Lake Village 40; Rison 13 Marianna 24; Clarendon !!0 Sheridan 25; Lonoko <3 Arcadia, La., 26; Junction 20 Dumas 45; Eudora fi Ashdown 27; Mena 0 Wynne 39; Parkin 2(> Gould fi; Hazen 0 Dcrrnott 20; Whitehall 0 Magnet Cove 2S; Cnbnl, Norphlet 32; Caivdcn B Poplar Bluff 34; PigRott McGehee 14; Hambnn; Hughes 21; Barton 7 Carlisle 20; Bismarck 0 Holly Grove 27; Gil'eUo 26 Bauxite 25; Jacksonville 0 Cotton Plant 40; Elaine 10 Fuller 6; Mansfield 0 Bobcats Suffer Second Loss of Season A burly Srnackover team defeated lie Hope Bobcats 19 to 6 last night it Smackover in a district contest. :t was the second loss of the season for Hope in three tries. After a scoreless first quarter he Bucknroos started clicking and Before the half had scored two .ouchclowns to lead 13-0. Herbert Darden van the final eight yards .hroiigh the middle of Hope's line ending a 42-yard drive. It wasn't long before Stanley Parks scampered around end for five yards and another touchdown, climaxing a 62 yard march. Parks also made the extra point. The third period was much like the first with neither team able to score. Hope only touchdown came in the final quarter with Lindy Pate rrnshiiig over from the one. Try for point was no good. The final score of the game was a 10 yard sprint by Smackovcr's Wayne Bass giving the. Bucks 19 points. Ilopu made 9 tirst downs and Smackover 14; the Bucks oulrushed the Bobcats 270 to 114 yards; Hope gained 30 yards passing and Smackover 20; the Bobcats drew 4.i yards in penalties to 100 for Smackover. McClain. Bass and Darden wore standouts for the winners. Playing best for Hope was Harlar, Huddles ton.| Cox. Johnson, Chambless and Duke. AMERICAN Cleveland Nw York Chicago oston )etroit Vashington Baltimore hiladclphia few York Brooklyn Milwaukee Cincinnati 'hikiclclphia t. Louis JhieaKo 'iUsburgh Baseball Dixie Series (Best-of-VJ Houston TL 5, Houston leads 3-1. Atlanta 3A 2 American Association i Hest-of-7) Louisville 10, Tnclinnapolis innin.'.-.s -Louisville leads 2-i 7 1 Business Opportunity MAN and wife to collect established routes in Hope, Prescott, and Gurflon.' Car necessary. Good commissions. See Mr. Anderson , at The Oaks, Monday through Thursday. 20-61 UPSTAIRS apartment, 3 rooms and bath. 420 Kdgewood. Phone 7-3815 or after six, 7-2774. 23-3t NICE 5 room house. Phone 7-2822. James Cobb. 24-3t FURNISHED 4 room apartment. No children, 203 East Ave. C. 25-3t THREE large unfurnished rooms. Private bath and private entrance. 408 East 3rd. St. Phone 7-3530. 25-3t Notice PIANO tuning repairs, regulating. Freen estmates. Factory experience. M. L. Reiter, 423 Main, Texarkana, Tex. , 23-0t Lightening caused 8 per cent of the fires oceuring in the United Stales during the past 10 years. SMITH'S GENERATOR & STARTER SHOP We rebuild tjencrat- ors and starters for all makes and models x>f cars. 2W~$. Hazel St. Instructions Bj>(>!rs, Genuine Singer rental machines timates CLASSES in tap, acrobatic, ballet and toe. Katharine Windsor, 104 E. 14th. Phone 7r3327. 22-1 mo. CUSTOM SLAUGHTERING Beef cut and wrapped for deep freeze. Beef for Peep Freeze 26 to 35 cents, Ralph Montgomery Mkl. Phone 7-3361 ly Co, MATTRESSES FUbMlltor Made Into Innertprlna Wprk Guaranteed —H- On» Day 6ervle» •«*» DAVIS furniture & Mottren C». 110 8. Elm Street Phon« 74218 For Complete Parts and Service .for New Holland Balers and Ford Tractors Phone or Write Fallin Tractor Co. Magnolia, Ark. Pho. 882, 689 & 1140-R guard; and letter winners Eddie Bradford and Jim Roth will'start i at tackle. Tulsa is rebuilding under Coach Bernie Witucki, and will field a team which is weaker than Arkansas in experience. Thirten of the 25 men who played against Hardin - Simmons were soph- mores. "Naturally, I was disappointed about losing lo Hardin-Simmons,' but j I'm definitely not disillusioned," said Witucki. "I, don't believe anybody could be too upset when they figure the number of sophomores we had .to uso." Tulsa probably will start Ben Noah and Sam Rutigliano al end; Chuck Kelley and Dick Shcllon at tackle; Bill Obrochlu and Ed Thomas at guard; Max Black al center; Charlie Wynes at quarterback; Bill Travnick and Dick Sell- ollx at halfbacks; and Chuck Phillips at fullback. Arkansas holds the edge, . 16-10 with four tics, in the ancient ed for- the clubs flower exhibit at the Nevada, County Fair bootto, Mrs. J. T. Worthington, program chairman, presented each member with a year book, and discussed the program for the year. Dainty refreshments were ser v'ed at the close of the meeting. Me»t . Rep«tr Shopi CO,, Top's Service We are now wrecking several late model CARS ond TRUCKS We also repair all makes and models pf automobiles & Trucks. T. 0, (TOP) PORTER ,. OWner * Operator. £lat 7'2767 H<?pe Hy §7 West UAY AWAY NOW FOR CHRISTMAS Bicycles, Tricycles and Wagons From WESTERN AUTO Associate Store CLOUSE REFRIGERATION SERVICE PHONE 7-3369 _ targe Enough to Serve You! Small Enouoti to Know Youl Parti |t &SH DISTRIBUTING CO, Have Your Car PAINTED NOWI K,-. $35.00 While you are having your car painted we can do that' work on your motor, brakes or body work. Expert mechanics always available. with Tulsa, which dates back to 1099. About 12,000 fans are expected to be on hand in Razorback Slad ium for the 3 p.m. kickoff. Prescott Garden Club : Meets With Mrs. Watson White Jr. The Prescott Garden Club mel Tuesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Watson White Jr., with Mrs N. N. Daniel as hostess for the first meeting of the club year. A variety of autumn blossoms de corated the rooniH. Mrs. George Cashman, president ^resided ai the business meeting VIrs. D. S. Jordan was elected to serve as first vico-prcsidcnt. Mrs. Leroy Phillips, program chairman, distributed 'the Yea jooics and introduced Mrs. D. L McRae Jr., guest speaker for the afternoon, who spoke on "Develop ment of Flower Art in America.' A delectable dessert course wa served to 14 members and guests Mrs. F. B. Thacker of Little Roc and Mrs. McRae. Salesman Kills Woman, Self MCARTHUR, Ohio — (ffl An elderly novelty salesman killed voniiin at nearby Prattsvillo, then shot and cremated himself, investigators reported yesterday. The salesman, William H. Frantz, (54, oi! McArlhur, poured gasoline on his car, got in, set the tar afire and shot himself, Shorii'l William Brown said! Franz set the fire a(ter leaving the general store where the body of the owner, Mis. EXTRA SPECIAL 2c OFF To owr Regular Customers Your |SSQ Dealer Gloss & Salvage Co, We*t 3rd Street The Negro Community By Melon Turner Phone 7-5830 Or bring Items to Mis* Turner at Hicks Funeral Homo There will Saturday ni be an entevtainmen ht, September 25, at Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Gordon wer Tuesday visitors in Texarkana. Mr..and Mrs. Homer Ward re turned Tuesday from Newpor where they have been the guests o their daughter, Mrs. Bill'Pr'att an family, Mrs. Malt Hitt returned to he Slightly more than 13 per ccn of tile civilian population of Hawai i resides on sugar plantations. 19 13 13 East Thiel. 19, St. Vincsnt (Pa) G Morris Harvey (W Va) m Oltcr- ein 7 1C Tarkio 31. McPhorson 13 South Miami 'Flai f>i, Furman A3 Richmond 40, Havnpden-Sydney I .Uandolph. Mat-on 31, Ncwpoi News Apprentice 7 KaKlorn Kentucky 20, Middl Tenn 0 Far West Southern California 27, Pitt 7 Arizona Hi ale (Tenipe) 23, Brif, ham Youn t i J9 LEAGUE W L 110 43 132 50 •03 60 67 85 07 85 06 86 54 99 50 102 P ct - GB .724 .671 3 .003 171/2 .441 43 .441 43 .434 44 .353 56% .329 60 0 Yesterday's Results Philadelphia 5, New York I Detroit (i, Cleveland 4 Washington Mi, Boston 0-4 Baltimore 2, Chicago 1 NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pet. GB !)G 30 74 74 71 G2 n3 56 02 04 7S 73 81 90 . r )32 .r>02 ..Vi9 3 .•107 22 .4H7 22 .407 2. r > .40B 34 .349 43 Yesterday's Results Brooklyn 0, Pittsburgh 5 Milwaukee 4, -St. Louis 2 Milwaukee 4, Cincinnati 3 (Completed game, of Sept. IS) New York 1-2. Philadelphia 0-4 Butter Pecan Devil Food CAKE Fresh Frozen Coconut CAKE Sweet Potato and Mince Meat PIES CITY BAKERY 216 S. Main Midwest Denver 33, Drake 13 Southeastern Ok]a 3U, Ouachita Doane 21, Midland 6 Simpson 20, .Central (Mo) 0 Western Illinois 2li, St. Ambrose Iowa) 13 Wayne (Mich') 33, Louisville 0 Augustana (Rock Island, 111) 1G, ^urlhage 15 College ot Emporia 49, Baker iKan) G Iowa Wcsleyan 23. Central Iowa) 20 Missouri Valley C, Northeast Missouri 0 Kansas Wcsleyan 21, Bethany (Kan) 0 Eastern New' Mexico 14, Southwestern (Kan) 7 Central Okla 33, Northwestern Okla 13 Concorclia Seward. (Neb) 19. IIP !• IB £• O P i f* £* iViVi \* ANNOUNCES A NEW POLICY! Now you con have your Homo Rewired to meet modern conveniences and new fixtures. All on 12 Easy Payments No Carrying Charge-10% Down Payment Balance Monthly Rock qn Tuesday ' several days with was accompanied j homo in Little after spending relatives. She by Mrs. Pat Combs, who is her j guest. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bemis and Mrs. Frank Turberville motored to Texarkana Tuesday where Mrs. Turberville will be a patient at Texarkana Hospital. - Mr. and Mrs. Roy Loomis and Miss Faye Loomis attended funeral service for Mrs. Charlie Loomis at Clayton, Lu,, Tuesday. Mrs. Wesley Lindsey, Mrs. J. M. Diike, Mrs, Thomas Buchanan and Mrs, A. S. Buchanan attended the third annual nj.u'sery, beginners and primary workshop in t'he First Church «, B«PUrtCh"«* at El "porado on miles southwest of Hope. Sponsored by the junior church. The public is invited, There will be a barn dance on the Douglas Farm Saturday night, Sop. ttmbev 25. No admission, public is invited. The The Altar Gift club of Memorial CME church will sponsor a wiener roast al the home of Mrs. JPersiu Turner, Saturday night, Sop- tyinbur 25. The public is invited. Mrs .Bobbie J. Moore and Dorothy Gamble of Omaha, Ncl>r., and Mrs. Sallie ^ohnson and. children of Chicago,. Ill,, are visiting their PWnls, M* 1 . 8«d M.VS. Fi'ed, PtjW Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs, R. L. Vandiver had as their guests Tuesday, Mrs. C. W. Smith and Mrs. J. Custer of Hot Springs. Sales of donuts. in the United States during 1953 amounted to 300 million dollars. Clyde Peters, -was found bailing 3 counter Tuesday. Mrs. Pqters, 54, the mother ol six children, was shot three times. Brown said FianU had tried to boiTow 50 went, into V>e sl,pi'et cents from two of 46 residents before he Front? probably too, turned, . Mrs.' Peters when bis PRESCOTT DRIVE IN THEATREtfiAT PRESCOTT, ARK V One Nite Only The Biggest Show on Eai;th ALL NIGHT ALL THRILL SHOW 25th SATURDAY NIGHT ONLY NOTHING SHOWN TWICE PLUS: This talk of this noHon m sizzling multicolor. M Per Person, 1 Tax FIRST TIME SHOWING ATlTHIS THEATRE Get UP o Party The Biggest Nite of Fun Ever Spent Out Come Early Stay Till Morning, Guaranteed! SEE SEE "MISSING GIRLS" "SWAMP VIRGIN" "HELLS HENCHMEN" "SHOULD A GIRL SAY YES" "HQW TO UNDRESS" "RASPUTIN & THE PRINCESS" "CLEOPATRA FOLLIES" IN 3-D PLUS 7 OTHERS 12 PIG HITS IN ALL Don't Miss A Single Qne! ,*£ B^^^^^^S^^'^'vJ/Sii CW" iO# "fe 0 .0 0 f »**S*5W^^-.0|r r J| -1&"~ ' ' S - " * , '' Plan Now to Attend Annue! Third District Livfstolk Show in Hope Sept. 27 Through Our Daily Bread Weed Thin by The Editor .^..._. AI6X. H, Washburn ...,._ Ching Questions Worth of U. S, Mediation in f Strike in Industry Quoted The nice old lady taking her first ride in an airliner was given some gum by the hostess who told her it was. to prevent unpleasant pressure in the ears during takeoffs and landings. After they had taken off and landed at two intermediate stops the old lady called the stewardess over. "Help me get this stuff out of my ears," she said. "It hasn't done a bit of good anyway." People who think government has all the answers private citizens, don't have ought to listen to Cyrus S. Ching. 4 Mr. Ching was a famous government expert for years, being head of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service and chief peace-maker in hundreds of industrial strikes. But; looking back on his life's work Mr. Ching didn't work out. He told a con- day that the Senate censura ference of the chemical industry. v Joseph R. McCarthy. flonf* KM.\~rm~J\*s •JHuft Tuesday,-* few ftot MttSi S4-hour9 High 98 Siarftift, 55TH YEAR: VOL. 55 — NO. 292 Stot of Hop* 1«», tttn ComolldoUil Jan. II, 1»2» HOPE, ARKANSAS, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1954 Member) IM AMetler.d Preti ft A«W •*(*£* *• ClfWkrMww A*. Net P6W Clrtl. S Mai. EMlftf Merck II,., 1*14 — J,M4 Senate Censure of McCarthy Is Recommended Special Group Unanimous on Three Charges WASHINGTON (ff>) — A special says it simply Senate committee recommended to- Sen. at Pocono, Pa., over the week-end: •; "The less government in labor relations we have, the better off labor and industry will be." That's the impartial verdict of Unanimously, UVD committee of three Republicans and three Democrats said that such public condemnation which rr.ight have great effect on McCarthy's political future was warranted by: Spa Publisher Observes 35th Year HOT SPRINGS Palmer, publisher 11 - C. of the E. Hpt Springs New Era and daily newspapers nt three other Arkansas cities, celebrated last, week his as publisher of the New Era •35th anniversary the New Era. Palmer bought Sept. .23, 1929. He bought the Hot Springs morning newspaper, the Sentinel Record, Dec. 6 of the same year, Palmer also publishes papers at Texarkana, El Dorado and Magnolia. AFL to Safeguard .• Against Fraud By NORMAN WALKER LOS ANGELES W) — The.Amer- ican Federation of Labor convention headed into—its final session today with delegates expected to demand that AFL unions safeguard member welfare funds from fraud. A strong statement readied for expected convention approval .was reported to condemn as "traitors' any union oficials who dip into the rich funds for their own Use, Mounting disclosures in congressional investigations of irregulatt ties in union handing of .the multimillion, dollar fund.-., have Worried union 'leaders. They fear frauds may give all labor a black eye and lead to new legal restrictions Foreign Minister Pierre Mendes- France, .the key figure in the Ministers Hold Hurried Session on Grave Issues By EDDY Q1LMORE LONDON (/P) — The Big Three foreign ministers began a hurried round of private talks here today on the grave issues facing the nine-power Conference on German rearmament and Western defense. U. S. Secretary ot State Dulles conferred with France's Premier- against unions. 1,500 Perish ^an expert who ought to know what' 1. Incidents of a contemptuous ie's talking about. Ipttiturle bv McCarthy toward the And what he's talking about has Senate and its committees, special significance for a nation 2. The Wisconsin Republican's which is only gradually emerging-abusive language about other sen- from a long dependence on war- ators. time government Interference or 3. His "inexcusable" treatment actual control. Wais breed easy of Brig. Gen. Ralph W. Wicker, money and' temporary, illusions the Army officer who was called among that part 'of the population I McCarthy's investig at ions which doesn't ha vet to do the fight- subcommittee last February - as ing. It's tough sometimes to get a witness. I^back to the realities of life, but 1 Actually the committee dumped p*£very postwar period eventually the contempt or the Senate an accomplishes it. Mr. Ching saw the defects [abusive language counts in a sin of'gle count. Thus McCarthy was governmental intervention after found "guilty" by the committee World , II. Your editor saw them on only two oi the five broad after World War I, as a young categories of charges considered reporter covering labor's side of by the committee. the great railway shopmen's strike of 1922. The: two. of us reach the same conclusion although more than two decades apart. The, r government \ook over, - the | ^Sf aiiroads adck^stocli and -barrel .in "World War I, operating them under William Gibbs McAdoo, son-in-law of President Woodrow Wilson. But It did not recommend censure on the other three. But the committee reported that McCarthy "comrmUed. a grave ei> ror" and - manifested i'g, high i.dar gree of .irresponsibility" -in connection with the controversial 3'/i-page FBI "letter" which figured prominently irt the McCarthy-Army hear Cash Income for Arkansas Farmers Dips By GORDON BROWN WASHINGTON (/P) — Cash income of Arkansas farmers slumped in the first half of 1954 and prospects aren't bright for the. rest of the year. A report by the Agriculture Department shows that for the first in half of the year Arkansas farm- 'sized ferry. Typhoon Smash By JOHN RANDOLPH TOKVO (/P) — An estimated I'.SOO persons perished in a howling typhoon which struck northern Japan last night. Nearly 1.000 died -when a huge sea-gpin^ ferryX-rcapsized; The bodies of 17 Americans have, been recovered so far v 'and'-perhaps 50 more are missing officials ;.an> noiinced. • • •.'•••-Authorities said 590 bodies-havA been found and estimated that 500 will be recovered from the cap- Third District Li Show and Rodeo to Continue crucial parley opening tomorrow. Dulles talked earlier with Gen. Alfred Gruenther, supremo allied command ''in Europe, who broke off his visit to NATO maneuvers in Germany to fly here and consult with the leader of the American delegation.' British Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden. also, •calle.d on Mendes- France. •'.',[ ;An informed source said Dulles told Mend^s-Franca that while the United States has a. great stake in European defense, the Europeans must take the imitative in organ ers-took a total of $162,823,000 from sale of crops and livestock, a nine Associated -Press-. Correspondent Eunson, who flew to Hakq-i of $171,410,000 of the first half of 1953. , o , rf"\ t ? e ,, tota l l ate, said the search for survivor* * „„ endcd and rescue dB _. . getting rid of them after the war in S s earlier this year, was a major headache for the gov, And the special censure cornmit- ernment — and an even worse one le al so described as "improper" for railroad management and rail-!McCarthy's appeal to soyernment road labor, which had the joint Job employes to give him information of resorting the roads to a prof- without regard to secrecy classi- itable operation in peacetime. My own observation as a labor Reporter in Pennsylvania back in fications. There was no immediate comment from McCarthy. A copy of the •1922. was that shopmen were against the army of younger men' older union the . report was delivered to his. farm income for the rest of the year. , ,.,,*»v The bulk of Arkansas farm income is realized the last half of the year, with i cotton sales normally accounting for the biggest chunk. In, 1953, for instance, the first half'of income was $171,410,000 and the total for the year was $5d3,- 298,000. Of this total $287,760,000 came from sales of cotton, including lint and sed. The 1953 total was a drop from the 1952 total of $594,821,000. For the first half of 1954 cash man's center. v *.,.**,,* .•, „.- . **'i''M } The great " stoim. generating *' winds up to- -110; miles 'an- hour, apparently had-whirled harmlessly into the Japan Sea and struck it curled back and struck bitter, offic(J at 9 a - m » 3u t some time income from sales of both crops uiuvcj. ]., .. !.*. later the senator's office staff said loaded onto the payrolls by the gov- he had not seen ***' report,; so far ernmcnt-s wartime 3 dministration; las they knew, and that he was. not They claimed it was the younger men who created the dissension that brought on the eventual strike. — which the shopmen, finally lost. The lesson was worth something, expected to come to hi-- office today. .,.-.-' McCarthy is suffering from a sinus ailment and has .been'taking daily treatments at pointedly itake over the roads. , Mr. Ching's complete speech "to at treatment. Something over an hour after the report was made public. McCar,. . . -- ... „ . thy's attorney, Edward Bennet Wil- his conclusion you pretty well know „ y announced lhat McCarthy how it went, ' would make a "vigorous and In private business, men work , en , f . ht> , t , ]e ge te floor for profits or wages, and sooner or 'intense aga in S t the committee later they will come to an under- u . ecommeodations . standing, based on.the known facts about their business and the current condition of their country. But arm of government a conflicting element, the long ^introduces not the least of which is politics. The man doesn't live who fails to relish politics in its proper place and appointed time. is entirely happy, ! ___ ti __ ___ *_ ___ l_ ___ I The Senate is to convene in special session Nov. 3 to consider the committee's report. ' Williams said he expected McCarthy and other senators to present vigorous arguments on the Senate floor — including many which were barred by Cnairmau Watkins (R-Utah) during the censure hearings themselves. But no man and certainly isn't secure, whert McCarthy has sevwal warm sup; politics barges into his job and pay- por ters in the Senate and a vigor- r cheek. -icus debate is in prospect. The Federal Mediation and Coji- Williams told a no\-s conference, eiliation Service has; been valuable .'of coursei we t'.iinit the report where it recommends : on occasion, but there must have' J E W rong Jeen times when Mr. Ghing wonder- censure." fed if the public knowledge that it The six-member special commit existed didn't inspire as much tee, which held nine days of hear- industrial trouble as it managed to I settle — until he finally decided get off the merry-go-round. to ings on McCarthy's conduct, -filed Continued on Page Two and livestock was down from 1953. Receipts from livestock and livestock products tha fit-fat half of the year totaled ; $36,100.000, compared with'$89,-5f}9,000' for the corresponding period in 1953. Receipts from crops totaled $76,722,000 arid $81,841,000 for the two periods respectively. 4 The drop in Arkansas farm income the first half of the year was about in : line with the national drop,.' the report showed. On the Continued pn Page Two Charles Crosnoe Succumbs to Heart Attack Charles Crosnoe, about 55, a native of Hope, died unexpectedly of a heart attack this morning at Ar- kadelphla. Mr. '•, Crosnoe formerly owned and operated a drug store in Arkadelphia where he moved a few years ago, ', Funeral services will be held at 10 a. m. Wednesday at Murray Funeral Home at Arkadelphia. At 1:30 p, m. Wednesday a short service will be held from the graveside in Rose Hill Cemetery of Hope. Ha is survived by his wife, Mrs. Bertie Crosnoe , of Arkadelphia, a sister, Mrs, Frank Russell of Hope and a brother, Thomas Crosnoe Jr., of California, the the northern island of Hokkaido almost without warning The result was Japan's greatest maritime disaster. Giant waves in Tsugaru Straits sank five big ferries, four of which carried no passengers, and hundreds of small craft. A fire virtually wiped out Iwan ai, a city of 23,000 on Hokkaido's west coast, and police;'reported disastrous landslides and floods hroughout Hokkaido. Communications and power lines vere wrecked. Rail lines and highways were 'blocked. ; The most terrible disaster occurred in Hakodate harbor, where he. big ocean ferry Toya Maru, carrying 1,252 .passengers and crewmen, smashed into rocks and urned turtle. • Forty - three raidroad cars were lurled about inside tlv.3 hull. A survivor described the slrick- cn vessel as "a hell on earth." The first newsman to reach Hak- izing that'};defense, The source said Dulles also told the French Premier the U. S. del- .egation is here to be "as. helpful as i The West European peoples :0oked .to the opening ot the nine- power ;parley .tomorrow with a grim conviction that their security was in the balance. London's liberal News Chronicle set the tone, sayin? success of the conference was a "matter of life or death." U. S. Secretary of State Dulles flew into London last' night and urged the West' to ^move quickly in bringing West Germany .into the Atlantic alliance. "If we don|t move rapidly,— ; things could fall "apart,"' Dulles |aid, adding, "we. como'-here, hopeful of good results because it is imperative there should be good results." French Premier Pierre Mendes- France flew in from Paris soon after Dulles. "I am quite sure we will do very good and useful work at the conference," he- said. West German Chancellor Koni-ad Adenauer was due today from 'Bonn. ' ''"' ; :' ' • H. 0. Greer?; 78, Hope Resident ,50 Years, Dies Henry Otha Gieen, aged 78, na' •live of Missouri but a resident of By ^ A ^ Hope for the past 50 years, died at NEW YORK his home about 9. a. m. Monday. ^, ho nas to He formerly was in the real estate ^guia^y to business and at the time of death 'nhthize wit! Parents Who Have to Read Comics Aloud to Children Sympathize With the Judge was employed by Houston Furni- tur0 Co. J}e was a Mason, Odd- tellpw and' a Deacon of First Chri- §tlan Church. ^Survivors include his wife, two is, Graydon of Sl^reyeport.- Henry Jr., of Los Angeles, » daughter, |»jrs. Ja'cjt' PrStehgtt of and Paxton jprdan ol M.ag? two brothers, gacH pi Fay, and keslle of Santa Ana, W -- Any parent who has to read the comics aloud children may sympathize with Judge Charles F. Murphy. ethics and a strong man to en force it. Because of his record for help ing youth, they-offered-the post to Murphy, former legal advisor to Mayor LaGuardia and a city In the near few weeks Judge magistrate for the last 0 years. Murphy, the new c^ar of the com-iThey promised him complete au- ics book industry, intends to ftucly every comics publication in America, line by line, drawing by drawing. "There are 350 titles," said the judge a tall big-framed 44-year- Irishman, "and I intend to every one o£ them mysejf, I cai assemble a staCf." by crjiiptgrn ttwt tjve |«nr*ies" had beporjne a until thority, full cooperation and a $100,000 annual budget to do the job. I wouldn't havp considered i et all if I weren't given a frep hand ' said Murphy. "Even so. i' was a difficult decision to make "So I put it up to my wife ent three children. jWe had a family nske4 them whether Father to Get Extradition Hearing TOWSON, Md., (/P) — Attorney T. O. Roberts .accused of kill ing hts 7-year-old daughter and leaving her body on a lonely Miami beach, gets an extradition hearing today. It was expected to be cut and dried preceding. The 43-year-old Baltimore man told State's Atty. John E. Ralne Jr. when he gave himself iip shortly after midnight that he was willing to. return to Florida. Roberts, accompanied by his wife, law partner and minister, walked into police - headquarters about four hours after prosecutor , George A. Biautigarn ot JDaJe !County, Fla., had ordered him rr- rested. •'*,'"• i , i About an hour earlier, he had called Rame and asked if a warrant had been issued for him. Told there was a warrant, he said "OK, Seeks Moije School Lunch Subsidy LITTLE ROCK.W) — ThdUSdnds of Arkansas school children' will go without their lunches this winter, predicts an Arkansas farm leaden unless federal grants tot the school lunch prog tarn are increased. | Albert Hopkins president of | the Arkansas Farmers Union- said a survey conducted by AFU 'field men indicated 1 that 'many children of drought-stricken far'me,rs'afo'un- able to buy lunches, - and '• l&cal funds are not available to furnish lunches free. ' ' ''^ Hopkins pointed out that fedeVal lontributions this year have been educed from six r to five cents for ;ach lunch served With milk,'arid rom four, to three ccilts for each - in V tf f v .*-, 'WW , l f, „ t > ,> 4 ,, JS ", First 3 Night; 3 . .- L' " -Kl? .M.i'»*WBt)fJB ( . of , Unoh served without milk. He 'said a federal - subsidy 5 cdnts a lunch Is needed in •ural school, . - , Hopkins sounded one ( bright noie! on the school lunch program: jAr^' kansas will share in 'a '$30,000,000 milk fund provided by thei-i vt last session of Congress, with , -'this state's share coming to $700,000. I'm coming in.' Deputy Sheriffs Earl Guenno and William McCrory of Dado County said they would leave for Florida with Roberts immediately after the hearing. Roberts' 7-year-old daughter, Judith Ann, was stolen from the home of her grandparents in Mir ami, July 7. Her body, was found a few hours later m A thicket pft Biscayne Bay. She had^faeefi beaten and strangled. BlevinsPtA Starts'54 Program Mrs. Raymond,Honea, president, presided at the Blevins PTA meeting held Thursday at 7:30. p. m. in the high school auditorium. Mrs. Hugh Crouch, secretary, read the minutes of the last meeting and the treasurer, Mrs. Ralph Boyce. gave a financial report. In the room count, Mrs. Julia Hutchinson's second grade won in greatest Pack 62 Holds Meet With 100 Present Pack 62 of the cub scouts held its monthly meeting Thursday, September 25 at Garland School, About 100 members and parents were present- . Mrs. Hoy Allison called the meet ing to order and Syvelle Burke gave the invocation. The pledge of alleg iance to the flag was given. The new changes in the pledge were explained. The meeting was then divided Parents discussed the, finances, 6 the pack arid plans "\yere made for the pack float'-in the-'livestock- show parade. While the parents discussed Remmel Names His Campaign . - --., >jV- - v Manager on skates t and' mic iudllers^vf^i .This s&yd^brov^l By C3U1 ---.--,. Remmel to'day ' nent rice farrrVer manager and' said the 'state Demi- 1 ocratic convent'lon' last Week proved "they're worried" to death' about his candidacy. * Remmel announced at^ a' coffee- and-doughnlits • session 'with ne'wsr en that Verne ' ' L. - Tihd,all of Stuttgart wll serve as his 'campaign director,' • Tindall was chairan of the Arkans a s-f or-Eiscnhower *• niovenient- in 1955;, served on the state fhigh- way audit commission in 1951, and placed Rommel's name in nomination ^t the ^recent lican committee meeting, Newsmen asked' jRsittmel •tf > he was surprised at the' frequent mention his name was Democratic convention, at the "I wasn't surprised 'at all,", he said. 1 "I expected it I presume they're worried to deatjj.*' , 'f ' Remme'l, serving his second term as mayor of Littio Rock; , said he has Democratic nominee * OryW E. Faubus "between' the devil.' ahd Mrs. Richard Kroesing took' ^ the deep blue sea," t " a sea of hell." Eyewithnesses said the sickle- Continued on Page Two Fight Assured in Delaware School of mothers | present and in high school. Miss Martha Wray's tenth grade won. Following the ouslness meeting, Mr. O. L. Daniel gave the devotional and the President's message was read by Mr. G. H, Brotherton. Superintendent Norman Jones then Introduced the new teachers in our faculty for this year. A social hour followed, Mrs. Dale Bonds directed some very entertaining games and room committee served By BILL LOFTUS MILFORD, Del. I.T) — A pro-| :egregation organization official today promised a battle— in the courts — if the integration of 11 Negro pupils continued as scheduled with the reopening of this southeastern Delaware community's high school. Joseph M. Deanes of Hartley, Del., vice president of the Nation- 4! Assn. for the Advancement of tVhite People, said a court injunc- .Jon woull be sought to keep the Negroes six boys and fh;e girls —from attending - classes with white pupils, Deanes' statement .came shortly before the scheduled reopening at 8;30 a. m. (EST) of the city' stwo schools, which house 237 elementary grade Negro , pupils at the Benjamin Bannekev school and more than 1,500 elementary and high school pupils at the Lakeview Ave. school. But the unanswered question in this town of 5,?00 was: will the white children report for classes. There was an increasing number cf reports that parents of white pvpils will not -send their children to the Lakeview Avt-. 'school either because they fear violence might occur or because they opposed to Integrating \h,P ir ""..:'. «itt» io»»'o...... This maneuver #£? j|Jyeq lytrther i ' una the hospitality frosted punch. Committees for this year include the following: Hospitality — Mrs. Irvln Brooks, Mrs. W, D. Gorham, and Miss Edna Nesblt,t. ' : .:Budget and Finance — Mr, 'Victor Hampton, Mr. Raymond Honea, Mrs. P, C. Stephens, -and Mrs. Ralph Boyce, Magazinet. — Mrs. Kenneth Wood, Mrs. C. .F, Goodlett, and Mrs. Cloid Bittlck. Program — Mrs. Victor Hampton, Mrs. Gordon Prescott ; end Mr. G. H. Brptherton. , Publicity — Mrs. Norman Jones, Mrs.' Jess Tinsley, and Mrs. Billy Ray Pye, > Year Book — Mr. Howard Prichard, Mr. Hugh, Crouch, and Mrs. Normon Jones. School Lunch Room — Mrs, Harold Ingram. Membership — Mrs. VJQtor H^m pton and -all Home Room Mothers. Recreation — Mrs. Pale Bonds. STUMPED FRAKNFURT, Germany <UP>~Hell on Wheels the U. S.' 2nd Armored Division's official publication, added «^othe,r chapter -yester day '^0 its IQJJ$ Ust of er Slad lieutenant where an inspection of uniforms was made followed with games for the entire group. Small prizes were given, The groups were called together again with Den 4 giving a stunt for the entertainment. The following boys were awarded their Bobcat badges: Richard Kroesing, Larry Don Lindsey, Richard McDowell, Larry Thrash, Johnny Anthony, Bobby Mitchell, Joe Enoch. On October 14 from 1-3 o'clock a Den Mothers Training Course will be held at the Presbyterian Chinch. All Den Mothers and people interested-In this work are urged to attend. they thought I ppuW fill the role n&tyrajly, »««J |H#r we talked J , „, £U wer, they <p?ctdjd I cq4d.", impels ye.ster^gy ^ $>$&& meek "$«Wjfcy, w &9 »1HU» WW»* llOwtoU ff ,W* fcW serj ''W%^»$^^ W — ?Continuedfon.Saee Two , nul iS^t #W' "If he (FaubiU) does i not can}- palgn, he's going to get 'beat, and. If he dpes, he admits he's scared,*' Remmel said, ' " " *- : Remmel -said he has traveled into 41 Arkansas counties in his quest for the governorship'. Hef'dis- played a map to newsmen 'on which an estimate of 200 pins-were spotted' showing the places 'he has, visited, ' ' He said he Is waging an inexpensive campaign and denied that he has received any finacnial helr> from the national Republican com- mitte. "I have not received one single solitary dime from the' committee I don't expect ariy help', but if 'it comes, I wiU accept tyelp from any source I consider^ to be 81 re/. Continued on P«ga Two' •. • All Around the Town annual Missourit Arkansas The Athletic DepartrflsPAt , The _,..„,... , District Kiwanis conventjipn held in Columbus, Mo., October 10 12 with some 700 delegates attend. }ng . . roakng the convention Hope will be Norman Mooro, pld Hall, Dewey Baber and Mitchell Sparks, P, The newspaper -said 3nd, Lt. John ,h<? The Arkansas State Bridge tuum- ament wil be held in Jipt Octo.ber 1-2-3 at Arlington l entry fees wilj be cb.arge4 Ipy each Cession an,d trophies will be 'awarded to winners , . . Pla/ers Jr.gm, tflf Hppe plub plan to ta^e Hope Centef wijl again erate its parking lu( during th,v ' the Show Qft' the ft? equipment etq ,yeaf to , two meals for the pjgyfli's tor mm was fig

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