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• iibr- , >n« starters fof teakea ami TSifdd- ,it«*« car*. , <• « - UGHTERING M VM-apfied for Seer for Deep Freeze - MM. Into tn«e**prt«fi Guaranteed Servlo* ....HI* & Mattrets Go, i'Plnietreet Phono 7-821?. , JHB-SADpU ..E AND SADDLE ftSentle forll-adles 1 Srroct Tailof Shop -:,%,t' --V . -ft itftfSTUS $1 ,)', studio r .;* 'i*ji,iv7 j. tim wtHjet PrWtrlyyelth Jewelry 1C 7-3890'.<» .„_ rVelied Incom^ Fund girplpectus.available- from ~ ftiff; ', 4 Phone 7-4454 0 / \ J f " t ijv fekf," '\ Highway 67 West I&CK'S Fl/ftNlTlDR^ CO, B^of Cjty Utm!%We»t " vi/ater!Bar« i ell|%or Rals » Ark. ep|ei|rs| (Genuine Stager rental Owner & Operator, •"" Hy 67 West ?lete Parts and fljTervlce for lollandl Balers Tractors ' or Wrlto ujf n Tractor Co. lMognoIia, Ark. 6P9 & 1110-R *$fERMITES ite Control Co, - INSURED Service VILLI piUTING €0, ~? "H T» t ** - r f „ ~"~ M ! "' V A "* FEr^;;ws.;;'3ni,7 ! s r ^ 'X HOPE STAR, HOPS, A R It A N S A S CLASSIFIED Adi Must Be Jft Office Day SeMre Publication WANT AD RATtS Aft Wtfrtt, ^stt tinl. ttdyoDM W advance ,1&w«!!&JWn' J* uetMSMjl WonJr' to 19 to 20 to 25 to 30 to 35 to 40 \tj 45 to SO ^JK? •SWfsT .75 .90 1.05 1.20 1.35 1.50 r t.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 Six On* Cay* Month 1.50 4.50 2.00 6.00 2.50 7.50 3.00 9.00 3.50 10.50 4.00 12.00 4.50 13.50 5.00 15.00 1ATTRESS renovation and inner* spring work- Cobb MattreM Co. 316 South Washington. Phone 7-2822. Mar. 4-tf CLASSIFIED DISPLAY J fims ........ . ............... 75e t»f l«eh 3 times ..... .«..«. ........... 60c p»f Inch 4 timss ......... . ....... ...... 50e per inch Rotes quoted above are tor con- tecutive insertions. Irrcoulor or skip- date ads will taks the ona-doy rate. All daily classified advertising copy will be accepted until 5 p. m. for publication the following day, The publishers reserve the right to revise or edit all advertisements offered for publication and to r«|*ct any objectionable advertising submitted Initials of one or more letter*, groups or figures such as house or telephone numbers count as one word. The Hope Star will not be respon- tlble for errors In Want Ads unle» errors are called to our attention after FIRST insertion of ad and th«n for ONLY the ONE incorrect Insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 Hope Star Stor af HODB 1899; Pfeu 1*27 Consolidated January 18, 1»2» Published every weekday afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. C. E. Palmer, President Al«x. H, Washburn, S<cy-TrM, at The Star Building 212-14 South Walnut $tr*«t Hope, Arkansas , Alex. H. Washburn, Editor & PublliV«r Paul H. Jones, Managing Editor Ms M. Davis, Advertising Manager Gooraa W. Hosmor, Moch. 1 Supt. Entered as second class matter at the: Post OHIco at Hope, Arkansai, under tho Act ot March 3, 1897. Member of the Audi} Bureau of Circulations Subscription Roles (payable In advance); By corrlor In Hops and neighboring towns — " : Per week , ..... , .......... . ......... ........ .25 Par year ................... ....... ....... .. 13.00 By mall In Hompstead, Nevada, kafayette, Howard, and Miller coun- One month .......... ........ ............ ..... .85 Three months ........ ............. ........ 1.60 Six monlhs .... fc ......... ..... ............. 2.60 Otto year .................. .. ....... .„...,..„ 4.50 AH other mall— Qns month Thres monlhs i Six months One year .. 1.10 , 3.25 6.50 13.00 Nat'l Advertising Representative): Arkansas Dallies, Inc.; 1602 Sterlck 3IdQ., Memphis 2, Tenn.; 505 Texas Sank Bldg., Dallas 2, Texas; 360 N. Mlchldan Ave., Chicago 1, III.; 60 E. 42d St., New York 17, N. Y.; 1763 Ponobscot Pldg., Detroit 2, Mich.; Terminal Bldg,, Oklahoma City 2, Okla, Member ot The Associated Press: The Associated Press Is entitled exclusively to the use for republlcatlon , of all the local news printed in this newspaper, as well as all AP news dispatches. FJHA H<M»* latfro***** LOANS **» CM twit M m WM to rw. K"« ««. ca to Rtt H«M tap******* **•». Hope Builder's Supply Co. Phone 7-2381 get iilOre IlOOHl low^a fir plywood Built- Ins NEW PLANS See us today—for eco- i nomical, quality-tested fir plywood and easy- plans for 8 modem fir plywood built-lna, , REPAIR LOANS available for all types of Home Impi'ovsments and repairs. BILL WRAY SUPPLY CO. Phone 7^-2348 S, Walnut Have Your Cor PAINTED NOW! s $35.00 While you are having your car painted we can do that work on your motor, brakes pr body work. Expert mechanics always available. IXTRA SPECIAL 19 our Regular C«st«mer» OAKCREST FUNERAL HOME INSURANCE . . . AMBULANCE ND & HAZEL . . . PHONE 7-2123 AD-1 Mo. TF Services Offered IANO tuning repairs, regulating. Free estimates. Factory exper* ience. M. L. Reiter, 423 Main, Texarkana, Tex. 23-81 UPHOLSTERING, tailored scat covers, door panels, Headlining, We repair old seat covers, paint jobs low as $40.00.For free estimate, see Saner K. May at Ben son Auto Service. Hiway 67 West. Hope, Ark. 23-31 Funeral Directors HERNDON CORNELIUS BURIAL ASSOCIATION Largest and Oldest in South Arkansas. Call 7-5505 for our agents A23-1 Mo. For Sale Plenty of USED TIRE BARGAINS Exceptional values in 2 Used Detroit Jewel Gas.Ranges Fully guaranteed Good, Used Practice Piano Oklahoma Tire & Supply R.OPER Table top gas range in gooa condition. 217 N. Elm. Phone 7-3353. 27-Gt TAGGERT seed oats, germination 90%. $1.25 per bushel. Phone 74931. ' 27-Gt CHROME breakfast room suite. Call Mary Hamm at 7-358-1 or 72615. 29-3t REGISTERED guernseys. Bred heifer cows, bull . calves. Hale Guernsey Farm. Prescott, Ark. 29-3t 947 JEEP station wagon. Best offer buys. Phone 7-4597. 30-3t jOTS of green peas at my farm at old Dunlnp near Blevins. $2.00 per bushel. W. C. Johnson. l-3t Lost Female Help Wonted LADIES wondering where you are going to get Christmas money? Avon has openings in Hope and Rural areas. It will pay you to inquire, Write—Mrs. Hulsey, Albert Pike Station, Hot Springs. 30-31 Salesman Wonted WANTED AT ONCE — Rawleigh Dealer in Hope. For Particulars see A. L. McBeth, 355 Pine St., Stamps, Ark. or write Rawleigh's, Dept. AKJ-641-R, Memphis, Tenn. 1-lt Lost or Strayed LIBERAL reward for return of small female black Cocker Spaniel pup. No questions asked. Lost from Fair Grounds. Apply at Metropolitan Show office. Ask for Albert Gerand. l-2t Business Opportunity PINE Bluff Mercantile wants man and wife to collect established routes in Hope, Prescott,' and Gurdon. Car necessary. Good commissions. See Mr. Anderson at The Oaks after 7 p. m. Monday through Thursday. 27-Gt Instructions CLASSES in tap, acrobatic, ballet and toe. Katharine Windsor, 104 E. 14th. Phone 7-3327. 22-1 mo. Wanted 50 MEN to help dismantle Metropolitan Shows. Apply at Fail- Grounds Show office, 10:30 p. m. Saturday. 2-lt Trade TOURIST Court located on U. S. Highways G7 and 82 in Texarkana. A real money maker. Should gross $2500 per month. Will trade equity i'or Hope property 6r farm. Balance already financed on easy terms. Phone PR 7-44GO, Southwestern Realty &. Ins. Co. 3-3t The Negro Community By Helen Turner Phone 7-5830 Or bring Items to Miss Turnor at Hicks Funeral Home WHITE-facecl bull weighing about j Executive Committee of the 1500 Ib. When last seen had lariat j Hempstead County Teacher's As- around neck and will be some- jsociation requests the presence of where around Richard Arnold's (all teachers in a meeting to be held place South of DeAnn. Liberal October 12, at the Yerger High reward for any information. Contact Guy Martin, P.atmos. Phone 7-2035. School Auditorium at 7:30 p. m Each principal is asked to make a WHITE Jersey cow, muley. Has sale barn tag No. 830 in ear. Call Joe Daugherty. Phone 7-3898. 30-3t 29-3t I report for each of their teachers for the County, State and National dues. PAIR eye glasses with amber rims There will be a wiener roast at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank at Fair Park Friday afternoon. • Johnson Saturday night, October II i'ound call 7-4534. 2-3t .2 for the benefit of Mt Zion CME : ,— Church. Notice PIANO tuning repairs, regulating Free estimates.- Factory experience. M. L. Reiter, 423 Main, Texark'ana, Tex. 28-6t Mrs. Georgia Nash of Milwaukee, Mis., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Story, and other relatives. VIAC's Restaurant reopening Tues day, Oct. 5th. New hours, for j your convenience. Week days, 4 p. m. to 11 p. m. Sunday only serving dinner continuously from 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m. Mac says every steak a specialty and he personally guarantees it to bo. Be seeing you. Mr. and Mrs. Mac and Dale. 30-3t Funeral service for M.rs. Benny P. McFadden will be held Sunday, October 3, Macedonia Baptist Church. With burial in Macedonia 'emetery at 3 p. m. • Funeral services for Joe Duffie will be held Sunday, October 3 at St. Paul CM'E Church in Washing- ion at 1 p. m. Help Wanted SECRETARY — requirements: experience or business college training, Phone Experiment Station, 7-4458 for appointment, 30-Gt For Rent UNFURNISHED 3 room apartment. Private bath, rent reasonable. 1311 W. Avenue B. Phone 7-3096. 10-tf 4 KOOM house, electricity, gas, good water, '/i mile of city limits. U..!/.n^l i.:.rt.4 T3li T O*1J'i OO_(M Priced right. Ph. 7-2243, TIIHKE room apartment, private bath ami private entrance. Near school. 808 W. Fourth. Phone 73152, . ' 28-lE LOVELY air-conditioned one and two bedroom apartments redecorated inside and out. A nice place to live for reasonable rent. J. I. LIEBLONG REALTY CO. PHONE 7-2228 29-31 DOWNSTAIRS furnished or unfurnished two room apartment. 418 S. Elm. Phono 7-2132. 29-31 SIX room house, electricity, deep well, \Vf miles out, near old Fulton Highway. Phone 7-3759. 30 : 3t UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom apartment, conveniently located. 608 S, Main, Phone 7-3205. ' 1-31 FIVE room house. Unfurnished, close-in. $40 per month. Phone 7-2894. Lillie Middiebrooks. 1-31 FURNISHED 4 room apartment, Electric refrigerator. Garage. No children. Mrs. Anna Judson, REFRIGERATION SERVICE mm ft SSI Keystone Lodge No. 43 will meet Tuesday night, October 5, at the regular meeting place at 8:30 p. m. All mernbers are asked to be present and on time . Senior and junior .choirs u v ill rehearse Tuesday night, October 5, at 7:30 p. in. Choir No. 2 of Bethel AME Church will rehearse Tuesday night, October 5, at 7:30 p. m. 'Senior choir of Lonoke Baptist Church will rehearse Tuesday night, October 5, at 7:30 p. m. Barkley Is Candidate For Senate Fordyce Wins Over Hope 20-13 The Hope Bobcats lost their third straight game to a strong Fordyce team here last night. Steve Marlar passed 25 yards to Larry Cox for the first Bobcat tally. Bruce Duke kicked the extra point In the second quarter Bil Atkinson passed to Larry Laccwell for 15 yards and a T.0. Atkinson al?5 booted the extra point. The halftime score was 7-7. Neither team scored in the third quarter. : In the fourth quarter the Bolj- cat linemen blocked a Fordyce pass which was recovered by Jack'Keck who raced 65 yards for a touchdown. Try for extra point was no good. The Red Bugs got back into the scoring column, when Bill Atkinson crashed through the middle, from the one yard line after a 55 yard drive. The try for extra point was no good. Later on in the same quarter Jerry Mosely carried it over from the two for the final score. Atkinson kicked the extra point, with the score ending Fordyce 20, Hope 13. Hope got 216 yards rushing, 45 yards from passes and was penalized 20 yards. Fordyce got 154 yards rushing, 45 yards from passes and was penalized 40 yards. Hope made 14 first downs. Fordyce made 18 first downs. Football Little Rock 52, Hot Springs 0 El Dorado 18, North Little Rock 7 . Grcnville, Miss., 21, Fine Blu« 0 Fort Smith 19. Joplin, Mo., 13 Camden 14, Tcxarkana 13 Fayetteville 81, Rogers 0 Magnolia 40, Smackover 23 Van Buron 20, Springdale 0 Newport 25, Jonesboro 30 Bauxite 21, Morrilton 0 Russellville 20, Harrison 0 Malvern 13, Sheridan (i Arkadelphia 40, Bismarck 20 Fail-view (Camden) 40, Gui'don 10 Siloam Springs :!5, Berryville 12 Conway 45, Clarksville 10 Stuttgart 7, DeWitt 0 Fordyce 20, Hope 13 ' ' ' Brinkley 20, Balcl JCnob 0 Dardanelle 21, Havana 0 Lonoke 20, Clinton. 13' Corning 26, Maiden, Mo. 0, Cabot 31, Mableva'lq 0 " Lake Village 39, Dumas 0 Dermott 25, Rison 3 - . , Carlisle 26,' Des Arc 14 '. - ' .' Forrest City 6, Helena 0 Magnet Cove 7, Mena^ 2 . Marked Tre 13; Harrisburg 6 Eudora. 13, McGhee IS -(tie ' Paragouid 19, piggott 0 Arkansas School for the Peal Little Rock 32, MurlresTaoro 5 De Queen 19, Ashdown 13 Batesville 17, Baebe 7 Searcy 33. Walnut Hidg« 0 Hughes 13, GiUett S Wynne 15, Mariana 0 Wilson 20, Shawnee 6 Hartford 35, Danville 7 Bentonville 24, Mountain Home 0 Nashville 26, Stamps 0 Ozarlc 20, Charleston 0 Paris 9, Atkins 0 Huntsville 12, Alma 0 Bearden 25, Norphlet 0 Jacksonville 26, England 0 Monticello 27, Crbssett 0 Holly Grove 31, Hazen 0 Warren 13, Hamburg 6 ; Prescott Band Mothers Meet Prescott Band Mothers Club met on Monday in the home ,of, Mrs. Clive McClelland for the September Meeting with 18 members attencl- ng. During the business session conducted by the president, Mrs. Doug Easterlihg, it was announced that ,he Prescott Band would go to iope on Thursday afternoon and take part in the Third District Livestock Show parade and on Friday he band went to Magnolia and at:ended the United Stales Navy Band Concert. The .Club voted to buy a new drum with the $100.00 the Prescott 3and won in a drawing of all bands that took part in "the Four States Fair parade in Texarkana. ;Mrs. Karl King Jr., and. Mrs. _iucy Lee Cruse were named as itiaperohe s for the band j for the jail'game at Gurdon on Friday night, Oct. 1, and Mrs. Walter Council and Mrs. G. E. Ross for the game aVAshdowri on October 15th. A delectable dessert plate was served by the hostess. Top Radio Program! NEW YORK 'M Selected pro grams for weekend: Tonight: NBC fi Stars Irom Paris; 7 Big Preview; 8:30 Grand Ole Opi-y. . • • CBS 7 Gunsmoke Western; 8 Herb Shriner,. also TV; 8:30 Coun try Style Hour. ABC 7:05 Victory Dance; 9 Ozai-k Jubilee. MBS 7 True or False; 8 Ha waii Calls; 9 Chicago Theater .starts fall season with "Manon Les cant." Sunday: NBC — 2 p.m. Weekend Review; 4:30 Dennis Day; • 7 Dr. Sixeui and 7:30 Bnrrie Craig, new times CBS 10:30 a.m. Invitation to Learning in new series; 1:30 p.m World Music Festivals; 8 JSdgnt Bergen: ABC 2:05 Sammy Kaye Sere nnde; (i Highway Frolics; 10:0f Jewish Holy Days. MBS 4 The Shadow, "Cult o Death;" (i Rod and Gun Clitb fi;30 London Studio Melodies. SHELBYVILLE, Ky, Wl — "I'll okl I'liough to know how and young I'liouyh to do it," declared Albc-r W. Barkely in offering himself to Kentucky as a candidate* Tor Con gross this fall. Tho 7fllyuar-old former vice president opened his campaign for UK U.S. Senate last m'^lit with an acid attack on the Eisenhowr administration. concentrating on its farm. foreign aid and labor programs. About 8,000 persons in this agricultural center also ', heard the seasoned campaign*/? from Padu- cab. challenge his opponent, Sen. John Sherman Cooper (R-Ky..) on the authorship of tobacco price supports. Noting that Cooper has taken "sole credit" for tho 1948 act setting price supports at 90 per cent of parity, Barkl^y said he told the amendment to Cooper for introduction- Jn Ashland, after hearing a tape according of Bai'Wey'g address, Copper insisted ht alone A <®,13\ Injured Boy Acclaimed at Hero SALIDA, Colo., (UP) —Tw.e!ve year-old Richard Nicholson today was acclaimed tho hero of a'plar/* crash which killed his father-qn( seriously injured their companion The boy, 'dased and badly • cut fought through Hocky timberet land for four hours on Monarch Pass yesterday until he found' i road and help. Edgar Nicholson, 36, % ^aytowi pharmacist, died instantly of ; crushed skull when his Cessna }4 slammed into a stand of heavy timber on the 11.302-ioot pass Joseph GradyTuck, Jr., 28, Q gaytown, suffered a broken leg an< possibly a broken bacK. Richard was spva-e'y cut an> bruised. But he pulled his fathe inkms him still alive and Tucl vom the \vrecfc, end tried to l»uil to Keep them warn). The acro.55 t^e P»$5 to •TODAT IS "NEWSPAPERBOT DAY," honoring: the lad who deliver* your newspaper. He's on the Job, rain or shine, ainow or •tot He's earning his way. Maybe he's worklnir W*,.^! through high school. Maybe he's bulldlnp up a fund for college. Or maybe he's just saving up the money he earns on his newspaper route to buy a new bike or some other treasure. No matter. ' He's learning responsibility and self-reliance. PRESCOTT NEWS Order of Rainbow Has Formal Installation , The Prescott-Assembly; Order of ie Kainbow for Girls held formal installation Tuesday night at the Masonic Hall. The following offi- ce;rs'were installed: Worthy Advisor, Frances Wooley; Assoc. Worthy Advisor, Claudette Smith; Charity, Judy Gilbert; Hope, Simone Golden; Faith, Carolyn Andrews; Chaplain, Joan Bright; Drill Leader, Margaret Scott; Musician, Wyonda Dail; Recorder, Nina Miam; Choir Director, Margaret Phillips; Assistant Choir Director, Margie Clark; Assistant Musician Nancy Lewis; Love, Betty Erskine, Nature, Nancy Gulley; Inmortality Dolores Escarre Patriotism, Barbara Mpberg; Fidelity, Mary Yan- ccy; Religion, Mary Buchanan; Service, Rita Warren; Conf. Observer, Sue Kceley; Outer Observer, Merilyn Lee; and Treasurer, Freddie Moberg. Mother Advisor, Miss Bertha Gray, Rainbow Dad, Mr. Jack Leslie; Rainbow Sweetheart,' Bobby Woosley. The installing officers were: Installing Officer, Betty Danner; Installing Marshall, Mary Jewelle Herring; Installing Chaplin, Carolyn Barham; Installing Recorder, Elizabeth Koslpsky; Installing Musician, Carolyn Andrew.--. The outgoing Worthy Advisor, Betty Danner, was presented a gift. At the close of the meeting Conrad White gave a vocal solo. Dainty refreshments were served. Czechs to Return Two Amerians WASHINGTON (UP) — Th State Department announced to day that Czechoslovakia has agreuc to return two American soldier seized last month by Czech bolder guards and accused of espion age. State Department spokesman Lin coin White said the Czech govern nent promised to return the pai at the German-Cz'Jcli border a noon (local time) lomorrow.) Th promise was made to the Atneri can. embassy in Prague. The two are 1st Lt. lUchard Dries and PFC. George Pisk. They were seized Sept. 17 along the Serman-Czech border in the vicin-. ity of Eslarw. The United States immediately Sent a note to Czechoslovakia demanding release of the two servicemen. At the same time Czechoslovakia sent a note to the United States charging that the two soldiers had been sent to Czech territory as spies. White said today, "The department has received a report from our embassy at Prague that 1st Lt. Richard Dries and PFC. Georfie Pisk will be turned over to U. S. authorities at the German-Czech border at Rozvadov, the Czech border town, and Waidhaus in Bavaria at noon, local time tomorrow." '/ Saturday, October 2, 1954 Southern State Calm, Mascot Stolen MAGNOLIA UP) ~ Optimag- gie. a $30 mule who rides in a $1,500 trailers, has been stolen from the Southern State campus — the college is adop- ing an attitude of "calm compassion." Southern Siate has been in-" formed by telegram that Opti- maggie was stolen by ' Seven Wrecks From Tech." Southern State will travel to Russellville tomorrow night to met Arkansas Tech in an important Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference football game. Dr. Dolph Camp, president o£ Southern State' said the following telegram was received this morning: 'Dear Sir: "Recommend you furnish transportation for mascot; please estimate fence damage." The telegram was signed ' Seven Wrecks From Tech." Dr. Camp said that South-, cm Stato was "glcid to share our mascot with a school that doesn't have one — our attitude is one ot calm compassion." Despite his name, Optimag- gie is described as "gentle." Texas is the loading rice-producing stale in the nation. SPECIAL» VINE RIPENED TOMATOES 4 Ib*. 49c Purina Fed Cage EGGS.... doz. 39c NEW CROP CANNING or EATING APPLES PLENTY BUTTER BEANS 901 West 3rd Street the Third District Livestock Show in Hope Tuesday night. Mrs, Floyd Leverett and Amelia pf Hope were the Wednesday guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Davis. Mrs. James Stephenson returned to her home in Little Rock on Tuesday after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Watson Buchanan. Mrs. Joe A. Bailey had as her guests Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Paul Steigcrwalt of Palmcrton, Penn. Mrs. Jewel Long, Mrs. Bryson Franks, Mrs. Curl Dalrymple and Mrs. C. R. Gray motored to Little Rock Tuesday for the day. Mrs. Hirst Hostess To Contract 'Club The home of Mrs. O. G. Hirst was beautifully decorated with arrangements of autumn flowers on Tuesday aflornoon when she was hostess to the '37 Contract Club. Mrs. John Pittman received tho High score award. A dainty dessert course was served to 13 'members, bridge, guests Mrs. Guss MeU.wskill, Miss Ann Me- Swain, JMts. Venum Buchanan and tea guests Mrs. J. B, Ritchie and Mrs. Harpld, "P.arkei.-, Prescott District Service Mrs. Elaine Stewart of Ashdown District Secretary'pf the Hope District, presided at the District Wesleyan Service Gujld that met at the First '-Methodist Church on Tuesday ey.en?ng. Pinner'was served $y the.W. S. C. S, to the 64 present. The invocation was given by Mrs- Lels ffays anjd, the Devotional tall; by Jtfrs. I). 6. Lee. MISS Frances BaUcy, also <4 Prescott, gave the district secretary and treasuier ie- port A vocal Sojo by Miss Margaret Hunter Scott accpmpanied by Miss Simone Golden, at the piano waj enjoyed. « Representatives at the meeting were i'rom As.hdow» 4 aq.d College Ui'U," First Rev. and Mrs. Wesley A. Lind- soy were guests at the First Bap tist church, Arkadelphia. Tuesday evening when Rev. Lindsey was the speaker at the annual "Kick-Off banquet for Sunday school and training union workers for the new church year. Make the Diamond Your Headquarters while in Hops Plan to attend the 3d District LIVESTOCK SHOW Sept. 27 thru Oct. 2 Meet your friends at the DIAMOND CAFE & CAFETERIA ARMY SURPLUS Folding Cots • New G. I. Field Shoes • New Navy Hip Boots • New B-29 Army Field Coats • New & Used Combat Boots • Guns • Short and Long • Gas Can • Jeep Tops • Doors, and Curtains • Cool Buckets • hundreds of other items. REAVES , BARGAIN HOUSE and PAWN SHOP Across From Post Office SAVINGS! SAVINGS! SAVINGS! Up to 25% Discount ojn New Singer Sewing Machines Walnut, mahogany, and blonde console models. Plenty Portables. Priced to suit everyones needs. Small down payment, easy budget terms. Liberal trade-in allowance SINGER SEWING CENTER 108 S. Elm Hope; Ark. ALLEN ELECTRIC CO. POUCYl Npw yoy con have ypyr Home Rewired tc? mept modern conveniences c?ncj new fixtures. All on 12 Easy Payments oi|t« 1096 ' : To City Subscribers: If ybu fail to get youf Star please telephone 74431 by 6 p, m. ohd a special carrier Will deliver your paper, 55TH YEAR: VOL. 55 — NO. 298 Star t>f Hop* 114*, Prttt 1*2* Consolidate.! Ian. IS, HOPE, ARKANSAS, MONDAY, OCTOBER 4, 19S4 AtMctitM »«b Av. N*» Pild Clrel. 1 MM. tMlfti TWO SETS — J. W. Speck, left, Frenchman's Bayou, Ark., former GOP candidate for governor of Arkansas, testified before Senate anti-monopoly subcommittee :ln Wa'shlneton that the Arkaiv sas Power and Light Co. kept "two sets of books" on its earnings. The Arkansas firm Is controlled by Middle South Utilities, one of the utility groups Involved In the proposed Dlxon-Yat'es contract 'by which private firms would supply TVA with power. J. D. Stietenroth, right, fired recently as secretary-treasurer of Mississippi Power iand Light Co., wipes tears from face as he tells committee that of- Wicials of the company were made to sign statements to SEC with•out knowing what was in the statements. — NEA Telephoto, Cold Wave Is Scheduled to Hit Midwest By United Press A cold wave was on the way today to rout muggy, record-breaking heat and torrential downpours Europe Favors Rearming of Germany By SEYMOUR TOPPING LONDON (/P) —'Western Europe today generally welcomed the mo mentous decision by the Unitec States and her allies to; fjree and rearm the 50 million West Ger mans and weld them solidly with in .the Atlantic alliance against ag gression. Aside from expected leftist op The cool surge was not :n time,! position,, statesmen and, newspa pers voiced prayerful hopes tha the historic "London Act" signed in the upper Midwest. The -cooler air was expected to spread as far as lower Michigan by late today and will be'followed an even colder vast entering rthwest Minnesota tonight. Desegregation Disputes Seem to Be Spreading WASHINGTON (/P)— Hundreds of hite students demonstrated" at wo Washington high schools today n protest against the admission of 'Jegroes. A bout 400 out of 1,250 students t Anacostiu high mlt'ted across the trcet from the school, jeering and ooing at pleas by their principal 0 go to classes. The school's 43 Negro students vcre booed as they entered the luilding. More boos, went up as ther white pupils went to their lassrooms in orderly fashion. At McKinley high, about 150 boys and girls staged a similar demon- tralion but were persuaded to inter the building and stage their >rotest meting In a classroom. The McKinley high meeting later jroke up in confusion with some students apparently walking our. >>n strike nnd others agreeing to let 1 committee discii.is the situation vith-'the principal. , It was the first sign of trouble >ver the issue In the nation's cap- tal, which has mixed white and <egro students this year for the first time in its history. President Eisenhower and other ieaders have said they hoped the distict's plan for ending racia! segregation would become a model Continued on Page Three however, to prevent spirallying temperatures and rain falls that went far beyond the usual Indian-summer standards. All October heat records '.yere broken in Chicago wtten the mercury went to 91 degrees and the city, was doused with at least its second heaviest rainfall in his- previous r«(n record. ./set In 1947, was 4,08 'inches. Yester- aay> oficial reading was ?.8 inches, but city -officials said South Side areas got 4.02 inches. The October heat record fell in Indianapolis Ind. the/ mercury touched 90. also when It was 90 ; at Terrc Haute Ind. and 88 at Evansville Ind. The heat waved touched off vio- storms in Wisconsin and at here yesterday by the nin,e foreign ministers will be put speedily into final treaty form and will win quick approval from the , hestian French Assembly and other mem ber parliaments. Wasting no time, French Pre mier Pierre Mendes-France anc West German Chancellor Konrad •Adenauer hurried '"frorir ti'itr con fcrence closing to Paris and Bonn and began organizing their cam paigns to win the key ratifications from their deputies. In a surprise move, the Frencl leader called a National Assem bly session Thursday afternoon tc hear his report on the Londor meeting. The deputies had been on vacation since their rejection of the European Defense Commu !e village of Shoto. Wis., nation-! nity Pact Aug. 30 set off the cha'in al guardsmen shot machine gun of crisis events which culminate! bullets into a dam to prevent its gates on, th.2 East were laced with .55 in yesterday's agreement. Mendes-France was reporte "four fifths sure" the Chamber p Deputies would approve the sweep ing new plan to rearm West Ger collapse. The sluice Twein river millimeter shells after the pllcd-up water threatened to send a solid many. One high French source said wall of water ,10 feet wide crash-. the Premier would stake his.gov ing onto the village. ernment's life on the outcome b Heavy rains were also reported making the Assembly vote an issu Ohio, Pennsylvania and New -Tork and it was warm and humid in New England. In southern Texas, meanwhile, the Brownsville Weather Bureau sent out small craft warnings as a storm threatened to move inland. Temperatures varied widely in the West, running from the low 20's in northern Montana to 98 at La. Junta, Colo. of confidence, something he reflec to do for EDC. empstead Youths to State Show Hempstead county will be represented well in special 4-H Club Judr zing contests at the Arkansas Live- ''afock Show at Little Ro ck Friday 4-H club Day at the Show, announced county agent Oliver L. Adams, today. The General Livestock Judging team, composed of Jesse Duckett, Chris Petre, and Thomas Burke will compete with other district champion teams for the honor of representing Arkansas in general livestock judging at the Am- «ican Royal in Kansas City in rly, November, In the Arkansas dairy judging competetion, Hempstead county will be represented by Jack Rug gles and Mary Ida Adams. They were among the 10 high scoring individuals at the Third District Livestock Show at Rope Friday in which is counties compromising sputhwest Arkansas selected their representatives. A Jn the general Friday Jesse • individual yjjfi ... ..... Petre was iqdjyi*4ua) with 453 ~ ' with, with -$8 paints will The, H£mjp.siea,a was b'igh $ .noinis, scoring Interest Is Illegal, Court Cancels Loans LITTLE ROCK (/P) — The At fansas Supreme Court today up -ie!d Washington Chancery Court ii cancelling two loans made by th Public Loan Corp. of Fayeitevill don grounds that the legal interes rate was exceeded. In one. case, the-Supreme Com said that Olan Peterson and hi wife Lillian signed a note for $63 to be repm'l ovor an 18-month pe riod but received only $513.75. The court said the company di not deny that the loan invclvin c. $32.2Q "service charge" wa usurious, but im-c-oly that at th lime it was made the court ha not handed down its decision whic Continued on Page Three To Open Bids on Table Rock Dam LITTLE ROCK !tfi — Bids for the largest construction contract ever awarded in Arkansas — liable Rock i)am — will be opened here Wednesday by the Little Hock District Corps of Engineers.' * The Darn will' \ie built on the White River near Branson. M". as a unit in the comprehensive devcl 1 - cpment of the White Rlycr basin. Col. Staunton Brown, Little'Rock district engineer, said those expecting to attend the opening ar<?J Maj. Gen. SamuoK D. Sturgis Jr., chief of Engineers: Col L. E. Secman, Southwestern Division En* gineer; Rep. Dewcy Short of Ga* lena, Mo., in who^u district the dam will be built; Rep. J. W. Trimble of Berry villa, Ark., and. other members of Congress. The contract probably will be awarded Nov. 1, Brown said. The Python, Pete Back in Custody By MARTHA CCUE FORT WORTH, Tex. M— Ol' Pete came back from his wanderings to find'himself a hero. Fort Worth • welcomed her. long-lost python as if he were a prodigal son come . home. The welcome wasn't tarnished even when Pete bit his keeper. •Fifteen days Pete-had ben . gone, and-ihen,suddenly .there he appeared at the Forest Park Zoo yesterday about 4 a.m. The whole zoo awoke. The elephants trumpeted, the hyena screamed, the cats roared. Owner Harry Jackson end nightwatchman Ed - Baker caught Ol' Pete with a snake catcher a loop of rope coming out of a pipe and put him in his cage at the zoo. As the word • spread, people came by the hundreds to see the 18-foot python as if he were a long-lost friend. Pete was caged securely. The tin plate he had pushed asido to gain his freedom Sept. 18 was replaced by 2x4 boars, nailed and nailed again. A few hours after Pete's capture,. Jackson attempted to swab out his mouth with cotton-tipped sticks, and Pete bit him on his right thumb. His thumb was bandaged and he took tetanus shots. Jackson said Pete had been suffering from a "canker mouth" and held his mouth a peculiar way. And that's how he knew it was Pete. "I couldn't believe at first it was my snake, but whan he turned his head and looked at me, I knew Pete." Jackson, 54, 'and Baker, en erect gray-haired Negro who is 71, caught Pete after n terrific struggle. The snake was found about 125 feet from his cage, in the dust and dry leaves behind a tropical bird cage. It took 55 minutes to get him back in his cage. Was lie scared Baker said, "There's not a snak-2 alive I'm scared of," Jackson said he was pretty sure Pete had been in the zoo area nil the tuno. "Just a homebody, really," remarked Butch Carroll, a city party ppHceman, Teacher Kills Husband/Two Children, Self OAKLAND, Calif. (UP) — A sui cide note indicated today that an Oakland teacher murdered her tw< teenage soris and her husband and then committed suicide because she was:.terrified she was losing ier mind! In one of several notes written in the 10 hours between the time she killed her sons and shot her husband, Mrs. Olive Losser, S3 said: ,..',' "I cannot teach.. Something is wrong with my memory. I do no know what else to do. Please da not have a funeral. The funera home will take care of us and 'bll the estate." In six. other notes she gave methodical directions about many things including -Aliere to fine the bodies of the two boys, Don aid, 19, and Richard, 17.' "Look downstairs Jn the den, one note said.) "Look in tha bath room." .•„••' Police said tho teacher shot he two., ' then '., sat . .10 hours with their bodic-i and wail ed for her husband, Milan, 5! genera] manager of a large appl: ance store, to come home. Sh shot him as he opened 1hc fron door. Then she turned the gun on her self, staggering from the house int the street. A passing motoris found her body and called police Events leading to the quadru.pl tragedy began shortly after Losse left to go to his appiancc store which is open on Sunday. McCarthy to Stress Fight on Communism Don't Feel Too Bad If Your Name Wasn't on List of10 Best Dressed Men in U. NEW YORK ift — Did you find your name on the list of America's 10 best dressed men this year Well,, don't brood about it if you didn't 'J. Fred Muggs. the ele- brated television star, has more than 200 suits — and he wasn't nominated either. Ife is making up a rival list of of the .,. T flight the Jist even ggt ty mention, pp his list, ifn faift, '-'- own U«»t J. |"re<| M.uggs ;" Ws PWJJ nam,e d.pw*} JO tijne? is always a pit of |rum " " " flf choices are made less on what a man actually weari? than on his blood (Deep blue), wealth position or urrent farme in the world. So if you wero -by-passed this year again you might take some torn pie 4 By LEWIS GULICK WASHINGTON — -JPlSen. McCai thy seemed certain today to pu stress on his "fight against corr munism" as a cornerstone of hi Senate defense against a move t censure him for his conduct. The Wisconsin Republican hit o this theme time. and again dur ing a radio-TV interview last nigh his first personal reply since special Senate committee a wee ago recommended his censure. And he said tho Senate whic meets Nov. 8 to take up the issue "definitely" won't vote for cci sure if it considers the facts an ;he setting of "dangerous precc dent." But the vote will go n^air.s lim. he said, if senators base thei judgment on politics. McCarthy also listed Presiden Eisenhower and tha Democrat! National Comitte-5 as vote-swing ing factors without saying what h thought either would do for o against him. He said Sen. Flanders (R-VD who introduced the censure retolu tion against him, had "bragged of receiving a letter from Eisen tower congratulating the Vermon senator for his initial attack o McCarthy. 'I don't think IJisfinhower \voul send a letter of commendation, McCarthy said. "If that's true. 1 , the would certainly swing some vote against me," Flanders, at Pebble Beach, Call said last night he ha d"received consolation chairman from of the Ullman, Philadelphia Men's Fashion Council, wiio saicU "It would be easy to pick 50.000 men in Amc-dean who arc equally well dressed." There — Now you feel better. As> a matter of fact, Ultoau Jhinks that for $150 "ypu an dress firgsp head to fooc as well as the pest dressed men anywhere. GftS «P«W tell you from a m TtRn sa-g^Hed tQp 10 list.*' n*^^ ' DEMAND RELEASE —The State Department demanded that Communist Poland and Hungary release' Herman Field* upper left, and his brother Noel and his wife, Herta, upper right, who dlsao- peared behind Iron Curtain In 1949. The demand followed disclosures by Josef Swlatlo, bottom, former Deputy Chief of the Polish secret police who fled Communism for Asylum in the U. S., that he personally arrested Herman Field and that he saw Noel Field and his wife in a Hungarian prison in 1949. — NEA Telephoto. Marriage of Marilyn and Joe Lasts Only10 Months, Bosomy Actress to File for Divorce HOLLYWOOD (UP) — Film Star Marilyn Monroe and Joe DiMaggio, whose marriage has oeen considered one "of Hollywood's top :jpatings, have, separated, her studio announced today.' •" ' The sexy blonde star blamed "incompatibility"- resulting from the "conflicting demands" of her career with that of the ex-baseball great for breakup of their less than .10-month old marriage. The couple married in San Francisco on Jan. 14. 1054 to climax a long romance. The actress said she is consulting her attorney and will file for divorce against DiMaggio former New .York Yankee-stui- outfielder, in California. ..• .-...The bosomy ; star, who skyrocketed to .the top> of- the. KMlywood film' heap-.inr a • meteoric career, informed 20th Century-Fpx by telephone ;. of: the splitup. ..•;. She said that .she.,wpyld,,,'rioti ; report to work/fjjrrschedtile/d .shooting i(i the "Seyen^iVparvJitcfi'.'- She recently returned' from' New York where ccenes in the film had ben shot. DiMaggio was believed in Now York. Secret Leaks Being Probed by French By PIERRE LEGROS PARIS (VP) — The military magistrate investigating the sensatioTial leak of French defense secrets to the Communists prepared today to take testimony from ex-Premier Joseph Laniel and tsvo of his ministers. The former Laniel Cabinet members are Pierre-Henri Teitgen, who was deputy Premier and Edmond Barrachin, formerly minister of state for constitutional reform. Information reportedly started filtering to the Reds 'from high' defense counsels during the Laniel advinistration. He took office in June, 1953, and resigned after losing a vote of confidence last June 12. Police said today the arrest of Andre Baranes, a Communist newspaperman, is bringing to light details on the peipeline by which the Reds obtained top secrets. Baranes was charged formally yesterday with endangering the.se- cwity of the state. Today police „ „ searched the offices of his employ- a brief note of approval" from er, the newspaper Liberation, anf the home of the paper's managing editor, Emannuel d'Astier dp la Negro Held for Shooting Another City-1 police ^im-elsted McKinle Carson,> Negro, in connection wit the shooting of Henry Hill Jr., No gro, in a fracus on South Shove street over the weekend. Hill wa treated at a local clinic for a .32 r fie bulletwound in his right leg The wound required nine.stitches, t close. Ike Urged to Step Up GOP Campaign By~ MARVIN U. ARROWSMITH DENVER -W)- — .Some Republ can leaders, ( concerned over th party's chonc'cs for continued con trol of. Congress, are calling President Eiscnhoxver to speak ou vigorously and more often in th election campaign. Rep. Halleck of Indiana, Hous Republican leader, tolJ a new conference here yesterday, ' .don't think we have been able t get across jiist how good our pro granr is." His statement showed the con cern in some GOP quarters. How ever, the concern was not reflec ed last night by Republican Nq tional Chairman Leonard W. Hoi who said reports reaching his heac Quarters indicate the GOP i "firmly on the high road to a wi next month." Hall said the reports were base in the main, on local reaction t the speaking -tour of Vice Prcsi dent Nixon. Halleck met with Eisenhowe yesterday for a political strateg conference. He declined to t<-' newsmen later if he specificall Notionalists to Use Headhuntm By WILLIAM MlLLEft TAIPEI, Formosa Chinese Nationalists have ed former head-hunting- Aborigines Into antl - parachute. units to guard against Communist air-borne .attacks itt central Formosa, It Wad 'te* vealed today. ^ The head-hunters guard the mountains of central Formosa. They were organized Into guef* rllla bands in 1949 ( Informed- sources said, but recently thfelr training was stepped up in the face of repeated Communist" Chinese threats to "liberate" Formosa. In recent years they have been taught that head-hunting was wrong," but Nationalist sources refused to say if this taboo applied to Communist parachutists. It Graves, Chalrma* local men^whaf September step* have «t! trading Indti group whtetto' Two Americans Ask Asylum From Russian By ROBERT TUCKMANS - •> BERLIN (fP) —Twp American jrothers who vanished mysterious- y from West Berlin early last month presented themselves at a Communist news conference today and said they had asked political asylum in. East Germany. The men are Willlarii Henry Starr, 30 an electrician. , and James Starr, 31 an oil worker, both formerly of Westvillet* N.*' J. They had been living 'in Ge 1 r- many more thai a year' and , ; a, half. The brothers were presented 'at a specially-called press conjtcrbncc in East Berlin which provided the first indication of their abouts since West ( Be rimers; i'fe- ported they saw the East German highway patrol arrest them Sept: 7 on the autobahn. , -* ' '„ { William Henry Starr x - speaking for the« pair, /.told,-, correspondcritp lli'ey dcfcctca' Because^ tv ^ ov ^''Ms. agreed -with the ruling,. the*'tttlfted> States"' andv If * Ve Ead to say West Berlin, "we Would 1 „ arrested and brought backvio** the United States to face trial ft.; Mr Li Washburn, Pilkinton, 1 ' Peck, R. I ison, Kenni long, Ha: La'rty. At the that surye; the mi dust rial ; dl along I just westljoi decided Utai location; the jSUrp'ol to Hpj The^'JJihii 1 name.c Roblspn',% W. EdwJ Lloyd Spirife and R, ;D. Since Jth'e tive of ting a,, ww«j oprhent yCon official commission* ;The -^e, 1 req,uest he said, "We love America'and'the American people and will not rp- turn as long as Amcria is governed by this clique." i Directors Should Have Say, McLean LITT.LE ROCK Wl — A rate -pay- er's' plea for withdrawal of the 'proposed rate increase should "go immediately to directors* of the Arkansas Power and Light Cp. , according to 58 opponents ot the company's proposal. Little Rock banker A. E, McLean said i ate payers should ,ap« peal to the 15 directors pl r «A]p&I,. McLean made the statoment ' Continued on Page Tjiree sion. press amid a flurry of statements and answers recently hurled by-^op' ponents and proponents of the power company's request for 4he $3,900,OOQ rate increase which now is being considered by the Arkansas Public Service Commissipn, In a recent speech at/BevryyiHe McLean had charged that AP&L was corrupt and controlled by Wall Street. A like charge had been made by J. D. Stietenroth, a former official of Mississippi Power and Light Co. Both the Mississippi and Arkansas, firms aro controlled by Middle South Utilities: which has come under fire for it$ connection with the Pixotv-Yates combine, Dixon-Yates wants to build a steam generating plant at W$st Memphis for the Atomic Energy Cprnis- All Around the Town »y Tht fttr Eisenhower last MiU'ch- Flanders added that he has "no way of knowing whether the While House has approved or disapproved of what I'va said since (against McCarthy; because I haven't heard from th? President." Laseter Club Meets Pet, 7 Green ka&eter Home Demonstra- ton Club will meet Thursday, Pet- obey 7, at 7:30 P. m, <U thje hpme of Vigerie. He is deputy in the ^French .National Assembly from the pro- Gpmmwnist Progressive party. Howard Singing Convention Oct 10 JtPward-County's annual singing (?9nventiqn is scheduled for Sunday, 10. at Center Church, eight Stock Show week is over and Sec-- retary-trcasurer Bob Daniels reported today that attendance the final two nights brought the show out of the red . . , rain, the first in weeks, held dpwn attendance most oi the week and for a while it was doubtiul the show would break even clearing skios Friday helped and a large crowd turned out and Saturday the largest group of the entire week was on hand ... in fact it was the biggest Saturday Bight crowd in the 10-yeaj, 1 history of the Affair. the wegt ot Nashville just ojf cash singers Those directing the Thursday Stpck Shpw parade are especially appreciative of the jfoilpwipg mer chants who #av$ a gift tg ih.e kids t9kln,g pail Stock Sh,ow AssociaUw p-e it ,WBS -,|Qwefls, &L Sh,o.e Bros., Oliver Mills, Scott's, FashiQR Shop, Hapnm and Appliance, puttie Hardware, Cox Drug Two football games last showed a net pj-pty 9! $32|,4Q Receipts to the Jiinipf Qumo Thursday ni^ht total WQ-.85 expenses ran'jSi.&Q, a, 15 Texarkan4, and $10 IOK but the to Rev.. ^ Baptist*: show t o m^lp'n Baptist "phurcl This- {Un^]ta^ ;The- ill$i f,^ and situatidnV. it is the,4wo; girl as 'sHe^irif Christ. ,She ; ;|ir ln^ hijr 'way,- ''• . * i.., \ 7&f them Department., and the " He and MwV: five yeara<as ] Southern Ban ed nil ional B|ee '. 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