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»T ,~ -t3^B.*Bfc*«,v<. ^ft-<"Jf^ f '~---.t»t*,--,,e>y, • wmi^i , •' s- * t<, ^ •?•;«•*«»- vOTBfi*? • ^'sS^T-M3f*% ~ 5*7SP * " , ,!->• --**.*" T I , V, '-".-,.;> i i HOP* STAR, H0M, ARKANSAS Tuesday, derober 12, Mwitwifc cfthiWte? will iftake t\ln.i!anapoll< oft His 'Will the elec- fclU.&, *\ aid: !w assumed " " d&mmlttee t" 16 lime for lUee "6<-n' n«'la<fovf in. .the Mfd- Court Docket Municipal Court of Hope, Arkansas October 11, 1954. City Docket Mi fi>< : Glenn, Wo driver's license, Forfeited $5.00 cash bond. Fan! May, Drunkenness, Pleg guilty, fined $10.00. i The following forfeited $10.00 cash bond on a charge of Drunkenness: Elbert Williams, Jess Atkins, Fetn dVtuldrom, Sam McWhorter, Mb State cai licence, Forfeited $5.00 cash bond, Gary Walters, Trespassing, For. felted $10.00 cash bond. ! The following forfeited $5.00 cash bond on a charge of Running Stop Sign. > Bill Malonc, Mrs. Gorda Riley, M. D. Glenn, V. B. Meadon, L. T. Phillies, J. O. Taylor. Wm. H. Ramsey, Unsafe pass- ng, Forfeited $5.00 cash bond. The following forfeited $5.00 casl xmd on a charge of Speeding: , LcRoy Williams, Jr., Edith Ratc- Boudreou Fired, Higgins Is Hired BOSTON, (UP) Lou Boudreau was fired as manager of the than 3-gallons of beer, Plea guilty, f ourt h-place Boston Red-Sox today fined $50.00. j and Mike ( pj n ky .Higgins was Forrest Powell, Driving while intoxicated, Plea guilty, fined $50.0Q and 1 day in jail. liff, Robert Walker, L. T. Philips. Bernice Phillips, Fairy JoRnson, Jesse May Gulley, Assault & Bat< tery, Forfeited $10.00 cash bond. Hosea Watkins, Possessing more named as his successor. Red Sox General Manager Joe Cronin said Higgins, who headed ' Fred Scott, Posessing over 3-gal* the Sox' Louisville farm club, wUl "35 CHANCE-HUdegarde Is ' ' something new to of her Las Vegas swp- twdub afit Gone ere tha daz- 8o\^ns she's famous for «nd otisiomets are getting thi« vl»W 6f her. It's the first time «he'a exposing her legs. _ lons of beer, Forfeited $50.00 cash bond. , Barnes D. White, Thelma White. Delma Wright, Willie Carl Wnltt, Shirley Levery, Disturbing peace, Forfeited $10.00 cash bond. Paul May, Disturbing peacfl Plea guilty, fined $10.00. • Robert Lindsey, Disturbing peace, Plea guilty, fined $10.00, Civil Docket Monarch Finer Foods Division Consolidated Grocers Corporation, vs. Q. A. Hobbs, Action on accoun- for $109.50, Dismissed with prejudice on motion of and at costs ol Plaintiff. manage the Red Sox for the next two years. : Boudreaut who oftcc managed the Cleveland Indians, signed a two- year contract with the Red Sox last year. His contract had one more year to go. Top Radio Program! IT DOES BERKELEY, Calif., (UP) — Ag nes Puck, 60, was attacked by a thief yesterday who ran off with her purse containing $71 and a copy o£ Plato's "Republic," which describes an ideal state where crime does not exist.*' NEW YORK Selected programs tonight: NBC 7 People Are Funny; 8 Radio Theater, "Great Expectations;" 9:30 Elections '54. "Issues and Men." CBS 6:30 Choralieru; 7 Stop The Music; 8:30 Atnos and Andy. ABC 7 Jack Gregson Hour; 8 Town Meeting, "Is Fear of Communism Endangering Our Free dom?" , MBS 7:30 John Stecle Adven lure; 8:30 The Search. BOOKS OVERDUE PROVIDENCE, R.I.. ; (UP Joseph A. Desrocb^s 22, • who says he wants to be an. artist Jound oul over the weekend that discipline U considered necessary in such a task. He was jailed Saturday on a charge "he did neglect" to return o book on illustration and another "How To Draw People For Final Tribute to Justice Jackson WASHINGTON — Brie! Memorial services were planned by the Supreme Court today in tribute to Justice Robert H. Jackson, w h,o died of a heart attack Saturday. He was 63. . It was probable the court would cancel arguments scheduled to be beard today. Jackson had been a part er the official life 6 fthe Capital tor 21 for 13. He had sutteted a light years and a Supreme Court Justice heart attack last Match! Arkansas FFA Chapters Awarded KANSA CITY Iff! Ninety-nine local chapters of the Future Farm eifs of American were honored today at the 27th annual convention or outstanding activity records during the 1653-54 school year. The gold emblem rating*, the highest, was 'awarded to 52 chapters, twenty-eight chapters received the silver emblem and 19 the bronze emblem. The FFA, open to vocational agriculture students, has 8.793 chapters in the 48 states, Hawaii and Puerto Rico. The winning chapters included: Springs, and Conwoy. gold; Harrison and Pnris, bronze. Fun" that were flue at the pubU library last March.. Children's Ralleve Suffering . *:.*• • ' i • » « v -X: , • .-.WE'RE* -M JUMPIN'THE GUN ( - • •' •• on , *•» SALE STARTS WEDNESDAY 8:30 A. M. NEW-STAMP —Portugal will iSETUe this stamp honoimg Uie 15i5th anniversary of its Mims- tr^ of Finance. Pictured on the stamp is a "Ship of State" carrying figures representing "Pub- lie Fortune," "Financial Ad- tnlnisttation," "Vigilance," arid -"Prudence." speech as a major Did for the •farm vote. Never in Hope has there ever been such a, Sale. Stewart's ewelry Store hpr* a a^^re oversJocMdV Stewart's have decided to make this sale a real one and brind to the trade such extra ordinary values as listed below. 'if f •••• %? — $>*. , * f.*\. ' ft BIRTHSTONE RINGS Regular Price Sale Price 2.00 to 30,00 ,1.00 to 15.00 EMBLEM RINGS 15.00 to 50.00 7.50 to 25;00 DIAMOND WRIST WATCHES ALL CAMBRIDGE GLASSWARE 14K White Gold 19 Jewel Lady Elgin. 12 Diamond Regular 225.00 Sale 125.00 8 Diamond Regular 18500 Sole 98.00 4 Diamond Regular 150 00 Sale ,.80.00 .-A .Close Out. Such Patterns as Rose Po,int ; . •". $2 25 Regular at $J.25 Chintz .- Fostoria . . . Regular $2 25 at $1.25.' Navarre - Fqstoria . . Regular $2 25 at $1.25' IEU miPHONi co. "' AS MUCH; " i '•••' >C 111 ORIGINAL Wrist Watches Regular.Price : Sale Price -_ _ 4Q,00 ~ - 35.00 — - 30.00 •';.-; - 25,00 .30^00 - - ?0.<)0 Men and Women Hamilton, .Gruen, John Alden and Many Other National Advertised Brands Both in Yellow or White.Gold. : y inventory surround.ng 2 PC. Sterling STEAK SETS 2200 Regular ot $11.00 ALARM CLOCKS Special . . . $1.00 and up Diamond Rings Regular Prices Sale Price 400.00 - - 30Q.OO - 7 200.00 T- > r^o;oo — - 75.00 50.00 275.00 200.00 137.50 100.00 67.50 50.00 30.00 DIAMOND WiWING RINGS TO MATCH THESE 10 Stone 1 Caratjotq VVC55 23^.00 Now 150.00 C^ Now 100.00 Ahlp MANY^gfHErlS. AS UOW AS $10.00 Cuff Links Tie Bar Sett $1.00&up Pearls As low as $2.00 Hoi Iowa re Sl'erlirtg and Plaled 30% Off Earrings 65cto$3.00 BARGAINS GALORE »J 1 ^*™'!' > • i .<- - ,i wltiiiwiiiiinEnKE PENNY! CO, Rogers Silverplote Regular Sale 84,50 - SOlQO 74.50 - 47.50 49.95 - .35,00 Costume * Jewelry 50% Off Compacts 50% Off STERLING SILVER -As much as 50% Off All Towle Silver...... 50% Off Identification Bracelets Expansion or Chain Type Regular Price .... 19.75 to 9.95 Sale Price ... 10.00 to 5.00 WATCH BANDS Both Link and' Expansipr} , /; ' Yellow,.or White Gold , , ,,, . Indies 6.50 value . ,;::;$2.5p '•''.• Men's 7.75 value at ,„>. lOO';, Many Others SILVER PLATTER 'Regular 20,00 to 12:80 : Sale Price 7.50 to 10.00 FOUNTAIN PENS — ALL MEN'S JEWELRY At a Special Discount VEGETABLE DISH Regular . . . 16.50 Sale Price . . 10.00 4-PC. SERVICE SILVER PLATE Regular 59.50 . Now 39.50 Use the layaway Plan and take advantage of these prices, A smql! deposit will hold any purchase. AH Sales Final — No Exchanges or Refunds. Prices include Federal Tax- Cirrie in and Register for;the Beautiful Diamond Ring to be Given Free. N(i> Purchase Required. s : ClOARlTTi LIGHTERS qr>d COMPACTS at a SPECIAL DISCOUNT Store P r ¥? \-v ~**t ^/.v. First National Bank Building To City Subscribers: If youfdiito96tyouf Stdf please telephone 7-3431 by 6 p. m. ahd a special carrier will deliver your paper. Hope Star 55TH YEAR: VOL. 55 — NO. 306 Star ef Hope 1«9l, Prest 1927 Consolidated Jan. II, 1*29 HOP!, ARKANSAS WEBNESPAV, OCTOBER 13, 19S4 Member: th« A>*Ml«trf Ms. & Audtt Av. Mil Paid Clrtl. 6 M«i. tntKn* S*frt. 30, State Poll Tax Receipt Sales Hit New High i.TTTLE ROCK (/T) The sale of poll tax receipts in .Arkansas for . the November election set an all time high of 556.312 with one cnun ty still uiirtiporlcd, the slate audi tor's office said today.- 13 Puerto Ricans Guilty of Sedition NEW YORK Iff) . Thirteen Pucr to Rican members of the Nationalist party involved Ih-'twb Wash inglon 'shootings in recent years have been; convicted pf seditious conspiracy agalrist the United States. The 13, plus four others who plendcd guilty earlier, now face possible maximum sentences. of six years in prison and a $5.000 fine.. Federal Judge Lawrence E. Walsh fixed Oct. 20 for sentencing aft- The total announced by the nudi- cr the jury s verdict last lor'a office is mor-j (him 1,000 above thr 555,170 record total sold for the 1952 prcsldi-nUnl clcciion. Yell County's total, not yol reported, is expected to increase the total to nbout 561.000. The number of poll ax receipts compares with 522.783 sold in 19riO the last "off-year" election. Usually Arkansas voters take little interest in ihn uenfcral elections fL when a presidential race is not In** volved since the election of Democratic nominees normally is con sidorocl a -formality The only major state office in which a Democrat han opposition this year is the gubernatorial race, with Democrat Orval Faubus running aaainal Pratt Rt-mmel, Littld Rock's Republican mayor. Rcmmel's homo county of Pulaski County reported an increase of about 6,000 in tlio number of poll a\ taxes sold over the- 1353 figure. P» laski residents bought 63,560, as compared to 63,370 for 1953. In Madison County, whore Fantus' home town. Hunlsvillo, is located, the number of poll taxes sold was 5.935 more than double the 1953 figure of 2,867. The 1953 poll taxes were valid for the last summer's primaries but cannot be used in the November election. As compared to the expected tot- ffc al of 561,000 for 1954. here are the figures'for poll taxes for the past three years: 532,163 in 1953) 555, 170 in 1952; 51-1,012 in 1952; and 522,783 in 190. Four of those convicted Insl night, arc already under heavy prison sentences for' ehooting into the House of Representatives from its visitors gallery in Washington last March 1. Five congressmen '•vcro wounded. Convicts Back in Cells, Prison Quiet SIOUX FALLS. S. D. iVi Their :3-hour riot ended, inmates of the South Dakota State Penitentiary were back to their normal quiet jchavior today. The revolt stopped late ycster- lay, only 25 minute." after the icarly 300 milling rioters in a arge coll block wero orclersd to •nlease the guards they held as lostages or else "face the consc :',ucnces." The ultimatum by Gov. Sigurd MIAMI. (UP FREED - Joseph Sidney Jr., former government FREED — josepn oiuney r-c*.ni ucn, «i. t iwin-vi aY ,„,.....—employee accused of Stealing military secrets, leaves Federal Binding in Washington accompanied by his wife after being freed on $10,000 bond .over vigorous protest of Justice Dept. attorneys. PeterSen was arrested October 9 and held in jail under $25,000 bond, until it was reduced by Federal Judge Albert V. Bryan. .— NEA Telephoto _____ ' Anderson and Warden O. Norton Jameson cnme as som^ 200 armed National Guardsmen, sheriff's deputies and other officers stood outside the block. The hostages, George Read and E. F. Lambertson, were freed and returned to safety by 25 highway patrolmen, who were sent unarmed to the block gats. . -: The guards said they hadn't be?r. hurt or even seriously , threatened. Gov. Anderson called the outbreak an "unnecessary riot" and said he will order an investigation into . its cause. •--..' The revolt started as ,the: pr3? : oners were finishing thetf evening meal ' Hurricane Swings Toward the Bahamas By ROLAND DOPSON MIAMI. (UP Hurricane Hazel lumbered toward tha Southeast Bahamas today after a devastating trip across Western Haiti; flooding towns arid killing many per- Co-Queens for Homecoming Are Named To open homecoming activities at Hope High School, Judy May and lag es but one of them, guarded Mel- Margaret Archer will be crownedK.b Dcyoungi Was .- rc i ea5 ed in the Meager communications made it impossible to arrive at an accurate casuay figure, but reports from the thickly-populated island spbko of at least 200 deaths or injuries. At least 800 persons were homeless in the city of Aux Cayes in Southern Haiti. Weather forecasters warned that Rules Petition Signers No Longer Demos LITTLE ROCK UB Democrats who sign petitions to place an Independent candidate o the bal lot of the general election are no longer Democrats, the attorney gen erai'.s office has ruled. An opinion written by Asst. Atty. Gen. Clauds Carpenter Jr. states that petition signers in behalf of an Independent candidate forfeit their right to yote in the Democratic primaries. Likewise, the opinion add&, a Democratic township commStteeman who signs such apetition forfeits his position. Carpenter ruled i^. a separate President Eyes Repercussions to'Dog'Story By MARVIN L. AR&OW8MITH DENVER (/PI Pres!dcnt Eisen- liowcr and his political lieutenants today kept a shnrp eye on thr stormy repercussion to Secretary of tlefense Wilson's unemploymen "dog" story and hoped to counter act Republican, Democratic anc labor criticism. 'The While House clearly is wor rie'd about what effect Wilson's ro marks which he says were dis tbrted and are being used for polit ical avanlage by the Demorral will have on the Nov. 2 congres siorisal elections. The concern at the President' vacation headquarters here becam evident yesterday whon Eisenhowc himself came to Wilson's clefens and sought to softon tlie impact o the hard-fought Republican cam paigri to keep centrol' of Congress The chief executive acted as criticism of Wilson name from a few GOP candidates for Congress, from Democratic opponents, and Propos f or Millw Cost Over Power Deal Won't Be Made, Mitchell Says DENVER (UP, National Chairman Domocrati Stephen A froVh CIO President Walter Reu- thej- .and AFL chief George Meany. effect rejecting Reulher's demand that Wilson be made to retract his statements or be ousted from the Cabinet, Eisenhower expressed confidence in his Cabinc member in these words: "I never have found him in the slightest degree indifferent to liu man misfortune." By RAYMOND LAHR WASHINGTON (UP Dsfcnse 'tear, .. , . j guards herclcar'the rioters: mfc the cell block and snapped the .heavy doors shut. ; At' first there were three hos- co-quccns in a ceremony in the auditorium on Friday. October 15, al 2:15 p. m. They will be crowned by Bobcat Co-captains Bruce Duke and Wayne Johnson. In the' royal court will be 11 maids, chosen by the senior Bobcat players. They arc as follows: Carolyn Sue Hicks, Billyc Williams. JoAnnc Ilusscll. Sandra Robins. Joan Suudstrom. Vt-ru Touncmakcr, Juanita Gilbert, Uirlenc While, Aliue Ann Anthony, Barbara Gulh- rir, and Bobbiu Kac Garrelt. Little Miss Jwly Beth Amuur and Master David Morris will serve as crown bearers. Mrs. B. C. Hyatt will play the processional, "Pomp and Circumstance." The cheerleaders will stage a pep rally following the coronation. The public, is cordially invited to the program prior to the game with the Fairvicw Cardinals at Hammons Stadium al 8 p. m., the captains other senior Bobcats, and the roy ally will form an "H" in a cere mony on the field at 7:45 p. m. Th queens will be presented bouquets of white mums by tha captains, who will in turn receive footballs. Each of the maids will wear a white mum. The senior Bobcat escorts are listed in the order as the maids. aftcmoon. The convicts said they reed him to show their "good ailh" in their .-lualings on grievances over iprisdn conditions. Gov. Anderson / in announcing he riot had ended, said, •nade no concessions." Legislative Council to Visit Hope "We the hurricane might: regain .its full strength over open water.' Tho Bahama islands battered, down as iar, to the north a_s Nassau .foJ. lethal winds and hiyh seas. _•„-:. ' 'The U. S.'. Wcatlicr BurC^iUf 1 "dt Miami estimated the top winds of 115- miles per. hour that .blasted the western tip of Haiti had diminished to 80 or 90 miles per hour. The hurricane (at 5 a;in. EST) was centered just soutn. of the great Inagau island in the Bahamas and was moving toward uio north or north-noriheast at about six miles per hour. The 'tempest -brushed harmless ly past the huge U. S. naval baso at Guantanamo Bay on Cuba's eastern shore but slammed will full might into Haitian cities. across the windward strait, frbn Cuba, pinion that judges and clerks for a general election should be chos- in from separate parties, but ihould competent persons not be ound, then the election official^ selected, jf rank; $"? MAGNOLIA (UP Members secretary Charles E. Wilson and Republican Gov, William G. Stratton of Illinois fueded publicly today over Wilson's con troversial "bird-dog-kennel' dog remark about unemployment. Stratton termed the remarks .un fortunate" and requested that Wi son cancel his scheduled speec before a $100-a-plate GOP fore raising dinner in Chicago tonigh Th| governor let it bs known lha he? would boycott the .dinner;" Wilson showed up. Wilson told reporters in Detroi heidid not Imow whether he woulc Mitchell predicted today the con trovorsial Dixon-Yatcs power con tract never will be approved anc he announced he plans to stump the home distiict of the chair man of thr- House-Senate Atomi Energy Committee to "let h ( cighbors know . how he is servin policy of favoritism on this deal Mitchell told newsmen ilmng lane stopover theio that 'I t'lin ou are going to find the (Dixo) Yates) contract never will made.'.' That is cne thing the Democra c Congress will keep President E enhower from doing, ' he saH. Mitchell, enroute to Tnos, 'N. M or a meeting w>th, Adlai Steve on, who hos been* takin" a bii espite on Mitchell'r ranch thci aid that "it is clear to me th he administration is trying to co er up and hide the whole (Dixo YateS) subject." Mitchell raid he- personally would nvade the home precincts of Rep W. Sterling Cole R.NY., man of the Joint Committee Atomic Energy, with a speech at Binghamton, N. Y. Opt. 23 iarty. The two 'opinions, requested by Glenn Wallace chairman of the Perry County Democratic party ules in Arkansas since their revisions in 1953. A third ruling written. by C.irpen- ,cr states that an unpaid portion of a country school supervisor's ;alary cannot be projected into the current year's school budget. The ruling was requested by stato Education Commissioner Arch ' Ford. I'm going into Cole's di>trlct and let his neighbors know how hs is serving a policy of favoritism on this deal that is bo embarrassing to the Republicans," Mitchell said Mitchell described thi unemployment situation as "serious' 1 and suggested, that , Vtlf admims the Jsropo The*,; btrcarri Fuitd violently would of rich"iar Tcancel'the speech'.'He"satd'"MS"r mark had been misinterpreted an insinsted that ''no one would like to see everyone-employed more than I would." The cabinet officer added tartly that he had learned, since he came under political fire that "your friends run fast." reclamation" pfoje'cts In'the federal budget "to lako up the slack in employment." No such projects arc included in the budget, he said ' .While he did not mention President Eisenhower, who it> vacationing in Denver, by name, he suggested that "Republican leader." " CRICKET HUNTER CAUGHT,' _ Kitten, being consoled by Mrs. Merry StocJcburoer at th^ Small Animal Hospital lrijorn, t clnMtl,>XuflM L hls3iead4nifiShl bowl wheri heibecarjjfc ewrtow? about a' cricket plapej^ln^the^ KnvjMlv" hlB " ~ Although the \Vilson-tratton dis-| wll j le they are m Coloiado, sh >uld of the Arkansas Legislativu Council scheduled a visit today to Southern State college an.l the Hope experiment station in their prc- legislature inspection of stats institutions. The economy-minded group yesterday toured the se'.f-supporlin-; state penitentiary and Tucker an Cummins Prison farm:;, where a 375,000 building program is un dcrway. Prison Supt. Lee Henslce said the money is being repaid the state at $25,000 per year from earnings at the prison, with -I per cent in- ----- ...... - , They are as follows: Marshall | tc ,. est- But ] ie sa jfi another $375,- Appeal Cases Are Being Heard in Circuit Court In Hempstead Circuit Court here yesterday Robert Henry, charged with illegal fondling, was found guilty by a jury and sentenced to two years in the state penitentiary. Herman Frierson, entered guilty pleas to two counts of window peeping and was fined $500 with $400 being suspended and. given a two year sentence with the sentence suspended on good behavior. , Municipal Court appeal cases ! were scheduled for today along with one civil suit. Court to Rule on DeleWare Desegregation GEORGETOWN, Del. 1/T) Tho question of readmitting 11 Negro children to the previously all-white high school in MilCorcl, Del., rests with the Slate Court of Chancery today. Arguments were presented yes- pute drew most o fthe attention today it wasn't a private feud- by a long shot, everal Demo c r a t s chimed in with demands that Wilson apologize or, that President Eisenhower fire •• him for that they called an insult the nation's unemployed. Some Republicans besides Stratton were quick to dissociate themselves from Wilson's statement. ....:. But Mr, Eisenhower came to Wilson's defense. A White Housn spokesman quoted Mr. Eisenhower PS saying he had never known Wilson to be lacking in human sympathy. visit some of the county courthouses and watch the distribution of surplus fold to the unemployed" and get a pictuie nf the job situation. "I know me coal (mining unemployment) condi'lo')3 in Colorado nrid m Roc'c Spniifjs. Wy," Milchell said. He charged that Mi. E'sonluwer s talk of stailingl new icclamation projects, contained in a speech made at the Dalles. Ore,, recently, was "just a lot of polilical poppycock." terday in the court before Vice Chancellor William Marvel, who did not indicate when he would announce his finding. Meanwhile, Sta'te Atty. Gen. H. Albert Young said ho would is- Rowe, Van Moore, Gilbert Honeycutt, Rufus Herndon, Jimmy Wilson, Paul Huddleston, Jack Keck, Johnny Burke, Franklin McDowell, Bill Thomas, and Lyndon Pate. To Hunt Out Profiteers in Coffee By JOE HALL ' WASHINGTON i/H Sen. Boal (R-Md said today hmis Senate Banking subcommittee intends' find out who reaped the profits from soaring coffee prices which cost American consumers an esti mate 293 million dollars- "Wu'ic going to fine} out whcie these profits in cofi'oe went," Seal iOO would be needed to completo he program. Declining state revenue is fore- ng council members to seek w^iys if reducim;. state institutions budgets for the 1955 session. The council members also toured Arkansas A. M. and N. college. he white industrial school near Pjnc Bluff, and Monticello A. and Vl. college yesterday. Father of Hope Woman Succumbs B. L. Martin, aged 91, father of Mrs F. C. Crow of Hope, died early today at Lufkin, Texas. Funeral services will be held at 2 p. m. Thursday at Oakley-MetcaU Funev' al Home in Lufkin.. subpoenas today through the Court of Chancery to obtain the financial ancl membership records of the National Assn. for the Advancement of White People. Bryant Bowles, national presi. dent of the NAAWP, has refused to turn them over to Young, contending that they must be poenaeci through a r.ourr. Bowles ^nd the NAAWP sub- have been in the forefi-ont of the move for, segregated schools. Al' a result of pressures brought by the NAAWP, Nugro' pupils who aitend- •d the MilEcrd High School for the National Pretzel Week Finds the Old Hand-twisted Pretzel Almost a Thing of the Past diplomats first three weeks of the fall term| that even j n stalin's days Soviet his year were ordered to be ie-j so f t ta j k j^. n {gh p ea ks without By HAL BOYL5 NEW YOHK W Everything has the work better. Hunnw pretzel twisters .sometimes g'H knots iu ' to have a new twist today, and tlw their stomach' after a few' years, pretzel is no exception. )The best pretzel twister are nu- 1 o-±* ft,;. io «;urmnl wretzel tally nervous people, and the more told newsmen, adding there is ".. good possibility" tho search wil involve looking at some income returns. As his mbcommitte n hearings yesterday into JJw pi ice boosts, of. $4^ ywey (spring, Bcall estimated that incieas.ys.cQst the V, S. public, . , million m the fir>t eight month.* pf this yc;-r,. He said, there is evidence of u eoffco till. ' Since this is national pretzel week fas ?f you didn't knowP, I went to a national convention of the industry and found that pretzels are flourishing liks crabgrass. The hand-twisted pretzel is a slowing vanishing form, Lddy r-relzel twisters an: crowding out the men from the field, and new jpreUel-tylfy! maghincJ are replacing thum j>ath,. • , "Only j&ojat 30 per cent of our propels are jiow madjlby hand." said Alcj^ V. Tisdate ^J tally nervous peopl n-etzels they twist the more nervous they often become. They get he bends. The industry h>j.$ a 8 million Collar output. This year America's )0 pretzel manufacturers ejlpeci a (JO million dolUt buiiness, next year 70 million, "Th,at means about 18 billion i-retzels, or a pound and a half for every person Jw the Unitv'd States," s>aid Tisdale iwppUv- secretary of the Bakers institute. A real export can i>tiU twist 35 last 4$ a ma?h.in<5 U. S, Diplomats Eye Russia Suspiciously By DONALD J. GONZAES WASHINGTON, (UP) American diplomats today kept a suspicious eye on Moscow's cascading peace moves in Europe, Asia and the United Nations So far, diplomats haven't entirely discounted the possibility that the Russians will back up their soft talk with deeds. But they are netting that th« Reds are merely operating their old sleiyht-of-hand game, only on a bigger scale than Columbus Grade School Students Name Officers Was was roicaaoM ij v^M-iMi^^.r' I ."'-f';' ment by a'veterinarl^n'who ad ministered an anesthetic.; NEA Telephoto • X f 1 Another Story of Success ; American Style KANSAS CITY (/B Success atoiy, Ameiican btyle; Seven years ago Burd - "* S chant's father- died, ' placing much ol the burden of'operating the family farm on his son. At the time, Burd wag 13. Today the farm i$ a 630,000 enterprise and young 4 Schantz, now 20, s the 1954 Stac Farmer of America lie was named Star Farmer last night at the annual Futme.Farm- ers of America convention! His selection a« the outstanding nYOUJfh m the 371,000-memoer organization culminated a long struggle. . After his father's death ; l}e and Regular monthly meeting of the| ms mo jher decided to operate the Columbus Giade School was held i og. af , re f aUT i near AlbuitH, Pa,, Oct 7 at 9 30 in the school^ audi- jointly. The farm had been deVot- | a ,W°» s , M «da ^ "'M^ ,yhe>' eh| e^rthf; „ 18,900^1, u^^du^ to $25,88S - 'Cpsf 5 ever. Veteran rnnwnber torium with Mis, Loirame B, Wy lie and Mr Oliver L Adams, Extension Agents present. Officeis foi the 1954-55 school year weie elected as follows; President, Molly Jo Ellen; vice-presi* dent, Loiraine Evans; Secietaiy, Ruby Mae Tuinage; lepoiter, Molly Cox; and song leader, Thomas Clendemn Following the election of officers em oilmen! caids for the coming yeai were filled out and ie» cord sheets for the past year wepe completed. . ed mainly to poultry production, Bind decided to add dairying. He put chased a registered HoV stem heifer for 5>l?0 in 1947 as the suit of a heid. Today the herd numbeied 43 head including 82 legistered animals, ' i "Eveiy time I'd get some money ti om the chickens, * h* said, ¥1 d put it into the "dairy," By wort-ing long dour? in tion to finish,in(j Jils Buid also converted the , a horse-power opuralion, to jpa Continued on Page Twp 1,890 turned to a Negro school in Den« ;r. Young, in his capacity as at-j torney general, asked Marvel yesterday to order the return, of the 11 Negro pupils. Ho said that the ruling he sought "will arm" Delaware officials "with the kind of decree'where wa can get those people who are trying to destroy our community and destroy ow lows." 14*.*. "Pcwplo the idea that pretzels arc only for beet drinker?. That jan't true at all Hpusewwes and ehUdrun ave 4 Wli children aye a are JUw for Guest Speakers at Pentecostal Church The Rev. James Johnson of Hanv buig will be guest speaker at the First Pentecostal Church, Fourth and Ferguson Streets, at both morning and night services Sunday. Mr. Johnson is the sectional Sunday School representative. The morning servjce is 11 a. m. the night at 7:30 o'clpcjt. Qn Monday, Qctotjer 18 ' '. monthly fellowship, meeting w » l » e at the Hope Clwrph with gues reducing any real, relaxation of ensions. They recall futib hopes bout peace after the Berlin blockade was lifted in 1049. And agein when it was thought Russia might settle the Korean war following ome soft,talk back in 1931. Now on Germany, Spviet For- :ign Minister V. M. Mplotov has spoken about free, all-German eleu- ions. Diplomats are sura, this will >e followed up very soon by a Moscow-postmarked offer for a new Big Four meeting on • Germany. Once they get such a- meeting going, the Russians' hope to kill West Germa~n rearniami-nt. see the United States retire from the continent in a huff, and.still hold oil ;p East Germany thernsclvea.s , ministers, m,usi,pians from, and sill All Around the Town •y Thi FOOTBALL NOTES: homecoming set here Friday mght when Fail view pomes to tow» . ,<, wanta ^ee some iea,l iugge4 play? . . . . go out to one of grammar schools any Thursday and watch the k»ds battle it out ... this wee}? Garland is host to Brookwood an4 Oglesby plays at Paisley , , . so fav Gat land is ahead wth a couple ol wins and no defeats . , , all games stait at 12 noon . , . Bowden Wyatt is the United Press Coach of; thn Week following the Baylor victory and the Hogs are ranked Igtji in Blcvins PTA ta Meet Thursday Blcvins P, T- A. will the nation while Texas Is not in the first 20, yet the Longhorns are picked by the experts to lick tog Porkers by at )ea$t 1% PO.'~'" school Auditorium Thursday October H »t 7 o'clock. Everett of the Arkanses State Police !eiy division wUl SCHOOL ^n o^ Mr, end , Hipp ol Hope, Is among th* pledging K> lri te tWHOS p* - ' Teachers College !W Nu . " ' H, Alpha Phi, M|lo|»aJ atics fraternity and Caroline thorne, daughter $ Hawthorne, of Alpha Chi, honor socisty » Mrs, IflrtW yolve|%j Southern State, .Sy-bje -Shijle/, fw* hter of Mr, and, Mrs* • Hobarf ghter of Mr Sh;Uey, -the Band SaUudsy at th? game with Henderson Holt daughter p,f J{|r i . . J, Holt is also a 'majorette ,wjth Mrs- YWW p ?W'i,,,,, Pi|h, } o^ LJTTL.E: the band,

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