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m$jjf^w^^ > "*• 1 *~ Tjjj, ,* «• ^*V-i *• * - HOM I-T.AI, HO.-M., A ft K A N S A i fueiddy, October S, 1«4 gey MM te' afe'i ^i:&-- 'fit Ortt Count Issues were 6,490 against thd ftrSt three coun- reptfrtltt! poll tax payments. Th6 cttittiiiptive totals .represent nflftitxtf, of jioft la* receipts bjroapl, 1863 and aulhori** siifnhters Dem- arty dther elections before last Poll ta# receipts isstfed before .' midnight entitle hold* vote, if otherwise qualified, in the Nov. 2 general election and afty other general or primary election her"e before Oct. 1,^1956. Cbuhty collectors have lb days after last Friday in which td re* feort their totals, The state auditor's office sent out 613,000 poll tax blanks. See Fashions, Buy Them the Next Day By BOB THOMAS HOLLVWOOD Wl — Now you gals can see a fashion show at you? mdvle theater and go to the store and buy the cfeatioag the next .d*Jr. That's" the unique setup ?in6 and Tho'fhaS have arranged tdt their new film "Lucy Gallandt." Here's how it wotks: If you. go to their movie and they certainly hope you do you 11 ] see a fashion show as part pi the on'tertainmcht. Wirto screen, color and everything. Then, if you like something you see, you can visit the local department store and purchase one of the "Lucy Gallant" specials, the exact replica of what was oh the screen. • Everything works Out nicely. The girls get to. wear real Hollywood fashions. The picture gels pubi- cked and who knoWfc —• the pro- jducers might even make . some money on selling thft dresses, the only one who suffers js the : guy ivho pays the bills. And who wor fits about hlta The plan was ideally suited for "Lucy Gallant." It's the story of a hardworking Texas gal (Jane Wyman). who builds a dress establishment from n tent to a stylish salon. The fashions in the film were 'created by th£ reliables Paramount hesigher Edith Head. merchandize the fashions from the picture. "Usually women see a lovely gown in a picture and admire it." _|._ .• V_ \ tYi. __t .1 _ t\ i._ W.4* i PAROLE. BOARD MEEt* LITTLE ROCK I*) — Fifty-one clemency applications will be con- idered by the State P.ivole Board gown in a picture and admire it." bidered by the htatc rnvoie D'«'« she remarked. 'It ends there. But!during its meeting at the capitoi now for the first time, they can,today. \yas as petite and efficient at.ever. ] She was also playing a role In the film and had been waiting around Since early morning for her scene. "For the first time, I a fn begin* iiig. .to sympathize with nctors," said the designer, who sees the acting breed (female, at least) when it is most temperamental and difficult. , She enthused about the plan .to was realized on '.he enterprise. Her'con- tract with the studio provides a flat salary only. CAN'T USE THESE KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (UP) -When a teen-aged plivse snalcher grabbed Mrs. Lilly Mao Hipshire's pocketbook and fled down an alley he really hit bottom. The bag w.as full of diapers. For suffering of How Gulf's cleaner-burning, super- me gives you remain - ' i* »»; Gulf refittes;^but the^"dirty-burning;t^il-end" of gasoline-the No. 1 4 * iv* i f ^ ' -f ' ' < '* )V? *" ,, 'T '-'"• engines^ And Here's what it means to you: i' r v { J*'-* iv'*". 1 . , id fjjntj-op- arjned reoom-, Joseph,, 'R. i •*' LABORATORY TESTS PROMISED,,. ''' " l ' : ,-x ' ' , > i ' • t this new; supefrcfinfed, super-powered fuel w»H give you these? immediate and lasting benefits: Mor« complete engino protection th«ri the fp-ca|Jed "miracle-additive" gaso- lines. Why? Because Gulf refines out the "dirty'burning tail-end" of gasoline, the No. 1 troublemaker in high-compression engines —•and then, treats this new Super-Refined" NO.NOX to give it a complete range of protective properties, IXtra ga» mileage, Why? Because new NO.NPX is specially blended for the short- trip, stop-and-go driving motorists do most. ^ No knock, no pre-Ignition-.even in today's super-compression engines. Why? Because the anti-knock power of new NO. NOXhas been stepped up to an all-time high. ^ Stall-proof smoothnesi—no rhgre worries about carburetor icing in chilly:;weather, or vapor lock on warm days. Instant starjfs, too-—and fast, fuel-saving warm-up. That's why—whether your car is new or old- new Siiper-Refined Gulf NO,NOX gives more power-with-protection than you've ever had. ROAD TESTS PROVED... these cars, powered by new Gulf No-Nox, actually performed better than ww,-.. after 15,000 miles! TRUE! After 15,000 miles per car—covering all conditions of city and country driving—Gulf test cars showed these results: ^ Higher-than-new horsepower! ^ Better-than-new on gasoline mileage! ^ And not a single, trace of carbon knock or pre-ignition at any time—even on the steepest mountain grades! ', ! ^v ,.v, f ^fl; M ,.i /4,*l^ V*,, ,. .^feife^ COMPLETELY NEW! SUPER-REFINED ^PP^fVj'f'nBMpPrT ^B^^W;'^^* ^^P B^W, ^W ^^^r f: :/:^:i^L^^m9.^^uiJiiHtt«tiiVtt- "•.;«P '. )VV*'.N *"'-' T • "'* ''V ? '"*"'' *'"•' -''- r '" 4 ^"'" < *- **?':,,j -rf* ff^Xft -* ri £'£"^£$& Kff^-'^l ^" \?'?''i, "'*•'-'<- C' - « : '"**"'- ' ' ' ""'' ""C^.; ^^'^ -"-f^R.f " V ,'*.l*"Sf^^Pj ' • " l t' ' « . • ' -,,'-r'\.:--A- , " ' -VT To Cify Subscriber*: If you fail to get youf please telephdtie 7-3431 by 6 p. m. and a special carrier will deliver your paper* 55TH YEAR: VOL. 55 — NO. 300 . Stof of HtipS 189*, Pf»i» ., Consolidated Jnfi. 18, 192* HOPE, ARKANSAS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER «,1954 FLOOD — Homes and business houses in Brownsville were flooded Monday when a tropical storm dumped 8.35 Inches of rain on the city during a 12-hour period. Schobls and stores closed their doors When waters rose to height of more than four feet. Here, policemen.evacuate stranded family during heavy rain. — NEA Telephpto Hew Hurricane Cutting Up in Caribbean I, Pla. — W Hurricane Hazel showed signs of growing in size and intensity today as it Churned into the Cribbean Sea ab'out 1,500 miles southeast of Miami. No land areas were, in imme didte • danger £rom the eighth hur- rlcane of the season, which was about 400 miles southsoutheast of Puerto Rico. Weather bureau forecasters,: who Darned the hurricane-Hazel :{6r the eighth letter of the alphabet, said if it follows its present course it will pass south of Puerto Rico The hurricane, with winds up to 95 miles an hour uear the center, was moving west-noi thwastwai d at about 14 miles an hour with gale force winds extending 'outward 75 miles to the north and cast. If the storm follows the pattern of f previous October disturbances, ere ig a 50-50 chance it will toward Florida. Longshoremen Agree to a (Compromise NEW YORK (UP) — The Inter- t a'tional Longshoremen's Associa- on (Ind.) officially accepted today a compromise pay agreement and announced its 25,000 striking members would return to work tomor- rqw morning. ,-y . .. : ;A tentative settlement was reached last night, less than' 24 hours after the strike began, but pickets returned to all piers this morning pending 1 formal action . of the union's wage scale committee^; A union letter to John V. Lyon, ^resident of the New York'Ship- ping Association, announced the ratification. " : ..,: Union Vice-President Patrick J. Connolly isaid work coj^ld not resume until 8 a. m. tomorrow because ILA locals must ratify the wage scale committee's action. Shortly before the comrnittee met, Brooklyn Dock Boss Anthony Anastasia stormed out of a union cpuncil meeting and was ; Pvei> ieard saying: "The hell with the 'union. I'm going back to. Brooklyn and put the boys to work." ALL OVER — Movie star Marilyn Monroe annpuncec) Monday she and Joe DIMagglo had separated and that she was suing for divorce. The couple had been married less thr.n nine pionths. Marjlyn blamed career trouble for split-up. Marilyn Is shown left making the famous blower scene for "The Seven Year |tch"i and Voe, right, in the New York Yankees office after' he announced hislrc- tirement from baseball In 1951. — NEA Telephoto fc .-jw^r.-, ^ *. >~~ Local Students Attend School Press Meeting Five members of the Hi-Lights staff of Hope High School presented a panel discussion on featuie wilting at a district Arkansas High School Press Association meeting at Southern Slate College, Magnolia, on October 4. Those taking part were Emogene Fuller, moderator, Lurlene White. Alice Gentry, Louise Fagan and Russell Mitchell. . A Ground-table discussion, on editorials and columns was presented by editors and other staff members from each school "represented. Lurlene, White, editor of the Hope Hi-Lights, was a member ot this .group. : Of the 120 students and sponsors whp attended, 37 were fro'ni Hope High School. In addition 'to those on the program, they were the fol- LangerWqnts AH Facts in k Power Case ?• ...By Q. MIUTON K^LU Y ] 'llWASHINGTON' l;T) — Sen. ganger ^ CR-ND) 'said today his Senate anti- i. monopoly subcommittee js going tp."get all the facts" about the ' politically controversial Dixon-i Yates contract. JUnger called J. D. Stietenroth, J, gusted Mississippi utility official, jjack to the witn«sji chair for a f}xth day of public testimony. 'Stietenroth testified ycstejday th,8t consummation of the proposed f xon*Yates contract would prp- ce a utility eombirjatipn "so Huge it i§ tightening." He did not reply (Hrecjgy when asked whether it wpqld afjio.ynt to "a iyemQnd.ous monppoly,'' 4|, Sen. Kef-ftUYftF (Pr Tenn' descvige4 it. Kefuuver prftdjgtea the subpcm mitte ultunfttfly wii) call |o top officials of the JSecurjtius arjd ^ x - ghange CpmPiiWJon (SEC fc> teil what they have dPtt<? to SSfite'e ttjetenrpth's cri^eisin, p|. ^mj^ii- totps i pqlicigg, ' , ,' t ^' , P| th,9 *|Mjis§i^i|>l4 ... .Jghj Co ajte,r he a> f|rjn gerVes \V§1} §tveet'? tftan thpsd ot mine Dawn Franks, Marilyn Edwards Carolyn Long Diane Latshaw, Ricky Forster. -Russell Mitchell, Rufus Herndon, Charles Bright, Curtis Avery, Juanita Gilbert, Patsy Calhoun, Pat McGill, John Taylor, Jolly McBay, Judy May. Margaret Ann Archer. Judy Hammons, Pansy.. s Ellis, Patsy Hollis. Dorothy Huckabee, Dorothy Whitten, Twila Keith, Bertha Richardson, Carolyn Lewallen, Charlene Horton, Ginanne Graves, Billye Williams, Sylvia Arnold, Jo Anne Russell, Sybil Worthey, Mary Ida Aaams, and Mrs. Lawrence Martin, sponsor. . Civic Group to Meet- Thursday Hope Civic Improvement Association will-meet Thursday night at 8 o'clock in Hicks Funeral Home. All members are urged to be present. Guards Picket Indiana State Prison .MICHIGAN CITY, Ind. W~ Off duty guards.'picketed'.the -Indiana State Prison eariytoday;in a protest aimed at getting state officials to meet with their union representatives. , ... ; . ....... 5 The midnight shift of guards went to work in normal'strength, but-members of the outgoing shift formed picket lines soon after mid j night. . •• • ';•:••• Merle Griffith, vice president of the International Guards Union, said the postmidnight demonstration wa's not ordered by the union, but he added, "the strike is on." Griffith had said earlier he had telegraphed Goy. George M. Craig stating that a walkout might come at 7 a. m. today if the governor did not agree by that tin\e to meet with union representatives; Griffith indicated that a limited num ber of guards would be left- on duty to feed the 2,300 prisoners and to keep them under surveillance. The prison employs about 1DO guards. ARKANSAS ELECTED RNOXVILLE, Tenn. (JP) — Mrs. Robert L. Speer of Fort Smith has been elected chairman of the five- state Dixie Region' of Girl Scouts of- America. She succeeds Mrs. James E. Rjgby of Kingsport, Tenn. The two-day Dixie Regional Girl Scout Conference was concluded here yesterday with the installa tiq« of officers. Comedians on Television Must Have a Story to Work Around, Asserts Comic Red Buttons Py HAU BQYLE FEW YORK W — What would happen if you put tlie nation's 10 Jeadin'g television comedians at the game dinner table Would everybody die laughing? "JSTo, you'd probubly just have sajd Red Buttons, unlikely that the comics try to top each other yvith *-"— ""-— -'Puld be more RieQj^t&gJr tens^ and PHt er, 'funny pn, a grqespfljejy L The retj-eyed TV ceniera • up tesl: so, rapidly $Jje --"***-• jffUff of his brain, wondering whether nis next wisecrack will turn out to ba'his epitaph. -''You can only hope you have something funny but you can't be certain." said Buttons. "Ypu dpn't have to have any out-of-town tryouts. If you do iJQ shows a year, that means you face the strain of 30 .pp,enins n,ight-,." The wear an4 tear was §p rough pn Red's nerves at the start pf J" TV career £ha^ He laintwl 3) o he feff^frs'L.. .. «-W;Vft|%ljb,e£ it4 faint slwv-'Jn •%mm.m^' •MflWr* TIW A»vCNnM Pfwtj 9t vlflVHSVHrQVw VT, W^PBl . N«t Ntf Cifti, i Me*. (Adi*! M*Mt », 1W «• French to Hold Confidence Vote on German Arms By KENNTH MltUER PARIS (UP, The cabinet to* clay authorized Premier Pierre. Mendes-France to stake the life; of his government on a national assembly confidence vote on the, London conference plan for- rearnv ing Germany. The action means that Mendesr France, if he wishes, can pose the formal question of confidence during debate which opens .tomorrow in the national assembly. Official government sources stressed that this does not necessarily mean that Mendes-Frnnce will force a showdown at this si age. The decision to call for a. confidence vote, on which his policies and government would stand' or fall, rests entirely with the premier. Mendes-France is expecte'l to 'de cide his course late thb weok or early next after he .hns measured the temper of the assembly toward tho German rearmament plan and related issues. Mendes-France received the go- ahead for a confidence' vote "at a meeting ot his cabinet at Presi dent Coty's'Elysee Palace. The North Atlantic Treaty Organization counci.l at a meeting in Paris this morning approved the London conference proposals for rearming Germany within the framework of an enleraged Brussels pact and the NATO. The wekly meeting of the per- Cwitinued on Page Two Rosston NFA Chapter Wins* Awards The Rosston N. F. A. chapter of Oak Grove High School .participated in; the TTevada couoty fa"ir Septem- li^i. 4)0 o^ f f * . 'aT per iU-44.1 ' ^ ^ ^ /^. J^bBVchapter exliibited' aVypI,^, which consisted of products produced by the members of the New" Far4 mers of America under supervision of the depratment of vocational agriculture. Some of the articles exhibited were: white corn, yellow hybird corn', brown eggs, matured sorghum, field peas, peanuts, peanuts on bunches, and a shop exhibit. Steps in making funnels fromi discarded motor oil cans, window screens, completed screen doors, arid a wall iron rack was entered. An insect display was shown in mounted form viaable from both sides. • The display was the most . out standing at the fair, A poster relating "How The Department of Ag riculture Has Served The district' was illustrated through organized instruction. Ira W. Harris vocal ional Agriculture instructor proud ly reports "that the N. F. A-. chap ter won twelve first place awards, four; se'conds place awards, and one third place award, a total of eleven dollars in cash premiums. Four Killed in'Boxcar' Crash FT. BRAGG, N. C. — ',« A C119 Flying Boxcar crashed and turned on the Ft. ragg Reservation to. day and ths Army in Washington said four men wore killed. Ter. were reported injured, The Pentagon's preliminary information was that ihe dead in^ eluded the pilot and co-pilot of the big transportat, one other member of tho crew, and a civilian who was killed on the ground. An Army spokesman said 10 other Army personnel aboard the plane were "critically injured." No names were released immediately. The big .carrier had just taken off for Olmstead Air Force Base, Pa. The plane struck j n a street near new. concrete buildings being built as barracks fpr the 83nd Airborne Division. D. B. Burgess, a Fayetteville mechanical engineer employed on the project, said the plane s,wept low overhead with its left etngine afire. He said tj>e plans veered abruptly as if the pilpt was ,at' mpting tp avoid striking a con- ruction area where many were at work. Veterans Day ot Livestock Show LITTLE ROCK uf» — the isth annual Arkansas Livestock 'Sho>v will honor veterans and college students today with about 10,000 vtsts from the 192 vocational ag'ri culture departments in Arkansas expected to attend. Veterans day at the show Is spdn- sored by the State Departtneht of Education, American Leagion, the Livestock Show and the Veterans Adminisration. New Unit Formed to Handle FH A Scandal Cases WASHINGTON Atty. Gen Routine Issues Discussed by City Council Hope City Council in regular session last night took up routine matte^ sonie of which might prove cosily. The group passed an ordinance which links the local Civilian Do- ferjse System with State organtea- tiptf,- setting up regulations and duties' in times of emergency and hafned Lex Helms, Jr., as cordi- nator for the city. A survey of an alley in Phillips addition'will be made providing residents of the area petition the council! they want it done. The matter of purchasing uniforms for the police was submitted and;a bid approved; the group voted tp'pay a $43 electrical repair bill on the well pump at Municipal airport; granted an unloading space to Farm Supply Co., which is moving^ to a building at Walnut and Division downtown; Allow a injury claim to Street Department worker W. G. Brantley who-was hurt while on tne job, the^'doctor's bill amounted to $77; passed a motion requiring all such accidents be reported imniedately to ,f ; wie council when they -occur; negotiated a new office rental lease •Wit^the draft board in City Hall; Discussed the Third District Livestock Show notes which the city underwrote but delayed action, 'the sur/i$hivolves.some $9,000; and will mak.e a last effort to close a deal witlLUniversal Realty Co., for, sale otlgcity-owned building in the SPG Mayor will write letters to igpuri Pacific protesting the j^jtf all .downtown crossings iins one night last week. The fire truck couldn't get across the tracks and the underpass was filled with flood water from a heavy rain. And another letter to the Railway will ask them to cut the grass on the depot lawn and along the right- of-way. Mayor: Wilson announced :the Municipal-League would meet'Oct. 22-23, and invited aldcrmen-elecl present' to attend at the city's expense. This,' was accepted by Homer Beyerley, and Mrs. Kline Franks. The Mayor and Alderman B. L. Rettig indicated they would attend theh conference too. Jrownell today created a now unit n the Justice Department's criminal division to handle a mounting number of cases arising >om scandals in the Federal Hous- ng Administration. At the same time, the attorney general said he is assigning Max Goldscneirt, n top criminal pros ecutor in tho department, to assist U. S. Atty. Leo A. Rover- in presenting housing matters before special grand jury opening here today. The deportment said the special grand jury will "inquiry Into brik- :ry and other criminal conduct in the federal houstm; program, and specifically -into -the conduct ot Clyde L. Powell, ousted > assistant FHA commissioner. Meanwhile, Powell sought a court order to block tho grand jury investigation. Through his attorney, D'feniel H. Maher,, Powell filed p'apel-s challenging the validity of tho grand jury. He had been scheduled to rppear before it this mornlmg. Maher's petition asked the U. S. District Court to "tajte judicial notice of countless predictions in the newspapers and political .forecasters that there would be' political indictments returned against members of the former administration prior to .the November election." Need of More %yt Troops A |[roup of interested Scouters met at First Presbyterian Church, Hope, Monday night, October 4th at 7:30 p. m. Haskell Jones, Advancement Chairman for the District opened the meeting with, a prayer. Wijljam Locke of Texarkana, Member of the Executive Board gave a; talk on importance of Scouting in the community. He said that five years ago Hope was a leading city in Scouting and was used as an example in other Districts to promote Scouting. Hope again can be tljat example If the citizens and fathers: will take an interest in Scpujting as in the past. M|s, Martha Allison gave a talk and/jpleading with the men present tli»t'IJppe heeds rnore Troops in order ^q take carp of the boys that av<? graduating from Cub Packs. MT,S, .'Allison said there were 18 Cubs la?t year and 20 this year that finished but did not have a place to go. Ipjjat makes 38 former Cubs that are in the Scouting program Without a unit to attend. Mr, Byj-d, Vice-Chairman for the Piney Woods District said there approximately }00 boys in Hopo would be eligible for Scouting and want to be in Scouting. Four institutions are planning to sponsor Trpops and they are under the. le.9dersh.ip pf the following men: tJlub * Dr. Lloyd Guerin, Mistrial Declared in Injury Suit ; LlWLE HOCK lA — A ffllitfla'i vas declared in a $1S.UW5 suit harglng the Missouri Paeilic Rail* oad With negligence in the Injury >f a 0-ycar-old Kegto ,boy afUf urors deliberated two, hottffi with' ut teaching a decision. . The damages were asked f6f personal injuries suffered by tit* nest Johnson of Little Rock his left fool was crushed < by the wheels of a boxcar June 19, 1953. The complaint, filed in the child's behalf by Ruftis Johnson, stated Ernest's foot end part ot his eg latdr were amputated. " Bulletin EL DORADO W) ~ Fire broke out at-Lion Oil Co.'s'bulk plan here about noon' and quickly eft gulfed at least five .oil tanks. Three city fire trucks and two company trucks wero rushed to the scene to combat the flames reportedly , raging, out of,', control. At least >two firemen were oiyer come, by the-.smoke, „'/<• '* shopping skywa'rd high as 200 fee and -said 1 'a- prefabricated 1 stee building about 50 by '70 feo$ " had melted to the ground under the in tense heat. Workers reported they thihls the fire was started by a power line which runs close to the tank area ignitying. Residents of six houses across a road from the plant have been evacuated. The bulk plant is in a thinly populated area in the south part of the city. Six of seven tanks about 30 feet high and 10 feet'in diameter are in the area of the fire. At least five of the tanks were burning an hour after tho fire started. No oil wells a'ru located near the storage area'. Apparently, the 'fire Is not a se rious 1 threat to any heavily-"populated area of the city, , El Dorado, lo'cated in the southeast Arkansas oil area, has 23,000 inhabitants. It is'closu to the Ar- kansas-Lpukuana lino. LOW BIDDER LITTLE ROCK I.?) — A bid of §50,511 by Yancy B. Turner- of Pine Bluff was the apparent low of 1C bids submitted for construction of a pilot channel in the Arkansas River about 15.miles down stream from Oznrk. The" Little Rock Distript of the Army Corps of Enginor>; said the job included excavation of 630,000 cubic yards of dirt for the construction of a mile and a con- half long pilot channel. The federal es- Umate for t|ie job was 09,300. TOKYO TOKYO, (UP —The U. S, Air Force announced today Us 4th, Fighterlnterceptor (Sabrejet) wing Is being moved from Korea to Northern Japan as part of the realignment of American forces Jn, the Far East, til By WASHl ate'* tic Southerns Business Use of Air Travel/ Is Developing Editor's Note: Managing , Editor Dan Albrech of the J01iet;; l\l t Ey» ening Star, recerttiywas a gOest of Corn Belt hatcheries £n an tai^ toui* to various points where the hatchery does business, IricluUln'giHope/ Editor Albrecht's necPuni ,.'of*' the tfip is interesting, indeed, r ohtt we pass it 1 along to our rondel's. Tnis is the first of a series 'of four."' DON'T LOOK now, but- it- seems very probable that the airplane is coming" of age as a< means ( dt^busi- ' formal Senate*. r Ihe'ceftli But'hoft ^ ne^ss 'transportation, a'nd ~ ^hftlps the main area of development for' such airports as that operated'by^' the Joliet Park district will'be^in 1 the promotion of executive flying'., *- " People have been telling me 1 this for some time, but 'I've befcn^clin- ed to discount the (idea to some -extent. It always' 1 seemed' to ^c^jthat the limitations and 'higher costs' of small plane use would i prev.crit r 'a,ny; buta ' from ations ommd— Vernal',! Sorrte hn SP Son"., ommende I Hut J 1 I»*»*^T;»( wpuid^vfli It /' C. 1 / Sten a * matter of fac^-W^nprlyatoly" owned business plane and i'/.I: can ' see a'vasf new^fJeW'cnjrig'^up for this kind of,tran;gport'aUoh. "y^ • 1 wanl out 1 tpJthe^aljwnft'jJ^un^ senate; "fSSSP 4P n gfj l^werMMeaj Serjatfslinb! 'M#Sftft r m^ffiM,, pralseToMho": *Xtl-.>r «Vt&»l _**«£- I of- thejcenst daynnorning with general awan^gervi Contlnued'oo Sen. Fulbright r\i •• "•• y*k' i i •* »•'*'' I Plain in $a^ at McCarthy l-i . UNITED ' NATIONS, ' N, • <Y. J «p- Senator Fulbright ' has ',,cornpare4 the attention » r Sotting ,. fe"j?b»iques pf Russia's 'Andjcw^VishiinskyTrAvilh tlio tactics 'xised k 'by Sehti 1 "Joseph; McCarthy Oj? jWisqonsinf ^A"' Fulbright, a, delegate 't9',*e TJntf* ed Nations ch|itted wlth^tjie/'W ington women,who wero'pn Vj pf U. N, headuuarters, * <' A reporter asked; "Who'Js McCarthy 1 of, the U. ,N." Fullbright replied that there, a fellow wnoh, 'arrives ' the ' J)y his follpwers' amid popping' flash* ights," v > ' i "Could you be speaking" pf'^n? dre Vishinsky" asHed ajqpther^jV" pprter, " , ' , ' ' „ • \ . J "Yes," sdid Fulbdght. is the '' delegate, Fullbright sair he believed thai the United States hns not rnad$ 9 France, if Jje wihj?, can ppe the good impression nbpar4 Ipr tpo' reasons: Americans thirjk i tjiat there is something sinful about propaganda and McCarthy * has dealt 'foreign relation* a &QW, Fui- bright referred tp McCarthy at» tacks on the Volcp pf America'/ ,; "We are making a new s,t»r^ and doing a gppd jpb,' 1 Fulbvig)\t saidr The Arkansas Democrat said he ,hought Rusbua Nyaa "wmte cynigai in it latest prppsal fpr olisarrp^- ment. ' ' Holland has ^2po mi)es pf , y^m- parts which never yiejc} tp the sea, fhey are huge sand cjunes wW«h not only serve as dikes but,a? reservoirs tp cgteh fain, ' ' ' , All Around the Town iyfJttif itiff MAOJSON, Wi5. (UP) — A former bpgernor, two University of Wi3Cpn.8in fpotbal pP4ch,eij an4 a blMk jre^ldent mee^ ^p^Jay tp see te-mer Qov- This was all sorted yesterday when Mrs, Leon Bundy brought by a picture which was given IP her T by Mr?. C. Q. We^terman, tong tj.me fc. B, Tppjey; J4ons Club - Dr. Har- Hope resident, who left recently Jor oy Br}nts,'Buddy Mhppn, AJ Page ' " ~ - - - - •Ptjsty Rhodes;-First Presbyterian « u»u g . ( n5d 1M , *»«?, n w Chureh»Haskell Jones, Grit Stuart, | whose husband fprmfiriy T - '-'ry-MUler, Joe Keesey; Met^ Jor thp §t9P find ppj-f Chyrch ' CWfprd Frank?; tjme this picture, was', ", t Claude Byrd. ssmoone would wanjt it ^andPW, Scput E^eputSve, 9 -pteturo ofj-gpnie 70 ,r'ea Council stressed the'"' —Pi more unfts' Jn H«pe •$<?r that the general public j ge| s,ewt minde^ and raen' 4 thjgt.the Spput Finance Drive i= fF^FF^. ly •*• if"'_ , ~ .j-. 1 * », ' " , at •A it's : sbal .Pol. W. W. Ffllsom and Majpr fheppard . . , h§ro are S9fe recpgnJsed in Major John Green, >GQV, 'Hays, • *m ^as-T If

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