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HOM ITAt, MOM, ARKANSAS LONG*DISTANCE HOMEWORK— Judy Woods, a 13-year-old freshman, is confined to bed in rftill'body CMt, lilt, but she Still manages to do her schoolwork by means of a two-way com- ttlinlcitlon,iyittm. Mr*. Barbara Kendall, right, reads the English lesson to the class as well as system yaa installed by the telephone company in Judy's home in Dallas, Tex., and *i»#> In two rooms of the school. _ SPEGT By Hugh Lawrence Nelson f m f^fefj i~* fyffifj* m** ~ f UfiBfiP wssaic * ilt»m»itoMlI _ivCriurch i jfgjht^'October. 19, JL ""Baptist |se "'Tuesday n,i- !7:30''p, m, .1 yard-Spine' of roclt which sepa- r&tejlfihfe,Carlson CnMle fiom Th( Spirts', veiy much leseinblfd a crouching lion looking down on tho cairn. < water of P.fna Lake Jim drove '"slowly" Up the winding road making'the hairpin turns >vith an ivibpnee ' of caution which was only, f a'p'seiit mindednoss. '^Ang'elic'H had Iftt he just before Peter had mamul thu pie'sent' .Mrs: Kit Angelica nad been' tak6n to California, inlci rupt- ing 6*r-ht least spoiling the "honeymoon," in otdc lhat Angi hca mlgltt'l"forget" .iml probably a pfliH bf the dp.il she luul n~ with^Mrs. Oswald. lumber. She had visited it occasionally; must have- because her ac tions had ' aroused enough curios ity for someone to follow her. . She had learned that Mrs. Kit was coming to lake up residence ot The Spires. Peter had Known of the hiding place. He might have told his wife. Whatever was hiddep there was of enough calue Jl HUVti-Vll J*- i T» . * , , . . , , .. . ,,,,„_,! to Annelida to warrant attempts had ie-tt Jiei husband ^.^ u Onc altompt spoik , d • the Tbllowur and by Jim Dunn's rival, in spit;. 1 of Stone-man's elaying tactis. The other at- mpt had been stopped by death self. Jim drove past the spot where B creek Rushed out of the huge ole Tn the cliff side the creek hich entered near the Carlson vimming pool on the other side, e looked at" it thoughtfully, de ided its investigation could wait, First did you deliver any- pilch wood to the Carlson place recent ly?" "Never did," Toby said, "Tried to once or twice. Old Mrs. Oswald she wouldn't have, any pitch around. Wanted nothing but dry pine and maybe a little heavy aspen, says pitch is too dirty." "About your daughter.". J i m said quickly. "Tell me, did you or your wife ever give her a::-ioll?" Two fat tears rolled down Toby's face. "We never gava her. any thing, Except away. That's ".St. We didn't have her long enough, and we didn't have anything anyway Shirley Jones Has Claim to Being Luckiest By BOB tHOMAS HOLLYWOOD -'/T) Oh, what a leauliful morning . . ." That's Shirley Jones' theme song oadh day she waken up, because 'he's the luckiest girl in town. In he nation, maybe. A stage-struck cid of 26, she is now playing the ead in the biggest musical ever made. And she is the first player :ver put Under exclusive contract by Rodgers and Hammerstein. The musical; is Oklahoma." I dropped over to the massive set for the film and found Shirley n her dressing room alone. She iad just finished lunch and her melon was nibbled right dow to the rind. She like Melon. She likes the rind pickled too. 1 told her she'd have to change iier name. Whoever heard of a star called Shirley Jones? No doubt she would be switched to Gloria Lamoure or Rita Francah. I don't think so." she replied with a winsome smile.' I like my name and t want to keep it. When we started ths picture, I asked ths director. Fred Zinneman, if he thought I should change my name. .Hs said it had been discussed. But he vott.'d in favor of keeping it. He said he was tired of all the phony glamorous names and it-was time for a good old Welsh one like Jones." Jones it is and it fits her to- .a T. She has the blonde unspoiled Amfcrican beauty that the snap ads proclaim. Kodgers and Hammerstein realised this whon they firsf auditioned her a year ago. That'o right-in just a year ago. That's from the chorus to the prized role PRESCOTT NEWS Monday October 18 Oiltown, U. S. A." newest film release of Billy Graham, Evangelistic Films will be shown on Monday night at the First Baptist Chur* ch at 7:30 o'clock. Tuesday, October 19 The Rose Garden Club will meet at Roadside Park on Highway 67 N; on Tuesday afternoon at 2:30. Prcscott Lions Club will observe Ladies Ngiht Tuesday night, .^ at 7 o'clock. Orren Harris, Congress- of this district will be, guest speaker. the a', made Angelica loved her foimer husband! deeply. Even say she was as "i-omatic" as Miss Wister intimated \vasn't her knuckling under, to old Mrs. Oswald — aiter Angelica had made the break — a little/'too milch? Unless there is enother • reason! "The "death of Grej'orv Stone- marfc'iri California had oceurrfd after t -An'eolic-a!s "brsa*' with hei husl&nfi.' go that tragic event ' r»t' tos 'ruled out as a motive Angelica s Heturn to the Carl- j,, r^gaifdluss of how much or *pW,T?'little it might have had to -'" ---'th-Angelica 1 ', aTtual death ,.,e-'Carlsons believed firmly ,thal Gregory Stbneman had been killed b'y o'b<Tof> themselves. Each sub- peeled another. They were willing [W thfc supposed killer to get away with murder, particularly when an was concerned But no ,_„ them was above putting pressure of one sort or anolnei y th£ sup-p^sed kiU^r for motives . ,._.J_J_, ^rofrt or persona • % jvcd his or now , , "death accidental "Ve jnsisted the others, Mrs s. Oswald, Mrs. Hilton etive murder had beei j What about the' doll It wa possible <or a woman like Angelica to place' A great >ienthnental v&lue on, ', * childhoprt vot'session Bu that J was not erioutJl^ reason fo Angelica to leturn to The Spire wheii She had been frightened bj rn^ono following her. The— /usual joute Miss Wistc had Ueen evasive about that o at fEa4'J)^ Deemed lolieved whci ,, >, . >lh,an T fl year this ,sub , Jjea4ed) toy Sen- Robert W , ^. , |V,arounfl tho cpuntry; on ^f Juvenile > •• t je.aqhc'.d an>* $t\<i yet, or general $oh> r'ecivod a l°t ot '^" ' delinquency, whp -&fln t am(jng 'therrjselvep -on the " " "" " f U sv»r^ of i dellnquoncy is he haa-nol quobUoncJ. her fuithet •r ......,. i — S Jim'felt the thrill of exiclmei wlwft-COitjes with the discovoi of Qne^eoncute baseb for the build ing'Of 'a structuie of facts dwell cas'e,* «,.the. bWlng place, Tie t Carlsons had come to th mountains aiotmJ the fust AueusK The hiding plnco was childhood haunt foi Antic-lira an Pot>?r Sometim^ of tor the auna Angelica had levarru'cd the o' poche^ witness the tlue» lotto jjiec,es of wood wh'di had j'pplaced in the nook by abwt 385.0QO juve broBght to ouret ' jHWnAles under 21 of " No, all we gave Agelica was away.' Agnes could have given the •uighter a doll without Toby's lowing. But Arijylo had been in- stent there was no gift. o.f Laurey in the all-star Okla Mrs. Basil Munn Entertains Wednesday Club Mrs. Basil Munh entertained members of the Wednesday Bridge Club at her home in Emmet on Wednesday afternoon. Arrangements carrying out the fall theme decorated the rooms. The hleh score club prize was won by Mrs. H. H. McKcnzie and the high score guest prize by Mrs Scott Ross. A dainty salad course was served to members Mrs. Dallis Atkins. Vlrs. Harold Lewis. Mrs. Allen Gee VIrs. Saxon Regan, Mrs. McKenzic and guests, Mrs. T.. R. Moberg Mrs; Denman Wylie and Mrs Ross Presbyterian Men's Supper The men of the , church ' of the First Presbyterian Church met at the church on Wednesday night at 6:30 for the monthly supper and program.- , After supper .Jim Nelson gavo the • devotional and led in prayer. Ah interesting wild-life film was shown by Walter Hirst. There were 0 present. < O. W.. Watkins N. N; Daniel. Mrs. Case Chappelle. :arl King and Tommy MdRae ser- ed on the menu committee. Nazarene pastor Accepts Nevtf P<Jsi Rev. Harold R. Morgan, Castor of First Church of the Narzardne, West Second and Walnut, has accepted the pastorate of South Wor- iall Church of the Nazarnnc in Cansas City, Mo., and will bcfiih is work there October 3J .While pastoring the local arcnc'church fbj* 'the past fifteen months. Mr." Morgan has been active on the 'Soifth Arklttsfs 'District of the Church of th"6- tyaza'rene, serving on both -the District Church School Board and the District Vouhg People's Council In various capacities. He was also placed' on ,he District Board of Ministerial Stqdies, which examines young ministers in their course of study, For the past year, he served as secretary-treasurer of the PrescoU Ministerial Alliance and was elected president of that organization ui September. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Peachey of El Dorado visited relatives and friends here Wednesday. Lt. and Mrs. Bob Robertson anciD Bobby are the guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Robertson in Topeka, Kansas. H. S. Brooks of Chicago and Mrs. Howard Terry of Conway were the Thursday guests of relatives and friends. Otis Redfcrn, Jr., of Stephens has been the guest ot his grandparents,. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rcdfern. U Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Sdott of Little Rock spent several days last week' with Mrs. Vick Scott and Miss Carol Scott. Mr/ and Mrs. Ike Avery, Miss Mcclius Avcry, Blu Avcry and Mrs. Kenny McRao of Houston, Texas are enjoying a motor trip to New York City and the Smoky Mountains. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Ingram returned to their home in San Diego, Calif., on Thursday after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Ingrain and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ingram. Mrs. Carl Black and: son, Bemls. returned to their home ,in Columbus. Ohio on Wednesday after a visit with her parents, Mr. and Legal Notice Legal Notice The deputy wais sitting fliscon- olately on the runningboard bf his ar when Jim stopped in the park- ng area of Tho Spires. 'You come to relieve me" the nan asked hopefully. "Sorry. I just camo to check p on a couple things" Jim ad- nitted. The deputy grumbled. "LooV around all"you want for all of me. But. tell Sheriff Agnes she jctler send someone-.-' else here il he wants this place watched ve had enough." He followed Jim, into the basement. Dunn went to the furnace clanged open its • heavy iron doru and bent down to stare into it; sooty interior. Jim borrowed a flashlight from ;he deputy, turned the beam into the furnace's gloomy interior There was nothing inside, no trace of any pitch chunk. But there was still considerable warmth coming cut. — "'.•• He closed the furnace doo ently, walked over to the pile of wood stacked so conveniently to the elevator. He selected three-foot section of pitch, spli from a large and resinous stump Certainly an ideal lethal weapon almost as deadly in effect as piece' of lead- pipe. He, heard a scutllinH sound, sav the deputy backing away fearfully Jiiri smiled and tossad the piec of pitch back onto the pile. "Think I WHS going to slu you." Jim asked. ( H been here too lon^," the ma reminded. Two fingers on Jim's light' han stuck together, He rubbed ly hand on his pant leg, foil the ar hesion to the material. "You '{.{ol pilch on you,'' tl deputy said. "Hani stuff to g< oil, too, imc'e il gets ground in Jim bent over, rubbed his pull homa-" film. The producers are gambling between six and seven million worth that charm will com'j across on the screen. Shirley is the pride of mithon, Pa., a ' small, .pop. 800 suburb of Pittsburgh, where her father runs a Brewery. i-i.l» Jim turned that thought over in s mind as he drove through the ngging wings "of the wrecked ate. ' .'••"•• He wondered what his hurry as, decided he had better give up ie practice of automatic driving, articularly on mountain roads. It asn't like him to drive so fast, ven thoii^i he hat!'been' thinking ! other things. • It came to. him. suddenly ; that icre was art tncveasinvt torsion; n unrational yet insistent demand or speed. . . • .'•'. -.•<•"", . He gave in to it,'dove as'fast s he dared. He "z.iom"ed 'past' -me ork in the road, rushed across he last of the level ground a ; hd kidded into" the first : turn of the oad down to- the •Carlson C4stle. Ie slammed ge,ars,into low, used both acceleration and the steady- ng power of compression to nego- iate the hairpin turns. His tires slid and left marks as ie slammed on the brakes at test n the Carlson driveway. Puma _,ake rippled in the faint thunder- jtorm. Philip and Mrs. Hilton sat on one corner of the glassed-in satio, sipping from tall glasses Agnes Argyle walked out to greet nim. Jim relaxed, Nothing was wrong Nothing could be wrong. He started framing a question for Agnes. But the woman was looking past ilm, looking . for something, looking for someone. "Where's, your wife?" Sheriff Agnes asked. "Nancy? What do you mdan? Isn't she here?" "No, Don't see how you missed her though. She started off about an hour ago, said she was 1 going to take a walk and meet you on your way back.". The now familiar road up. .toward the j) 1 a t e a u h ! v.l never scorned so long. Each bend held a hope that Jim would find Nancy sitting (comfortably on some rork, each empty bend exploded that hope. Ho cursed himself for iho speed with which he had whipped along in his moi.;t recent trip There was a possibility he had passed Nancy. A possibility, but a very slim one indeed. i_ Hc- reached level ground, t'trovo more slowly along the curves which twteic'd -toward the f.irk in A 150 pound man has about 7 pounds of calcium in his body. Legal Notice No. 7676 In the Chancery Court of Hempstead County, Ark, H. H, Hall ..: Plaintiff vs. Margaret K. Hall ;... Defendant Warning Order The defendant,.Margaret K. Hall warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff, H. H. Hall. Witness my hand and the seal- o: :aught her trout, nearly to the ~.oint where the creek gushed from he high arch . in the rock,, he naught the glint of\: sun on metal. To Be Continued/' said court 1954. (SEAL) Oct. 11, 18, this 9 day of. October Garrett Willis, Clerk 25,, Nov.- 1 day of October,; 1954. C. -D. WALKER. Administrator : •' .'. , Ozan, Arkansas Oct. :11, 18 • . : j 01 uctooer, jus-*. Mike Schn Executor Hope, Ark. Oct. 4, 11, 18, 25 : .NOTICE IN THE PROBATE COURT OF HEMPSTEAD COUNTY, ARKANSAS ; IN THE MATTER OF "."•'• THE ESTATE OF ' ; , : , ' No. 960 . W. G. McMULLEN, deceased ' Last known address of decedent: Ozan, Arkansas. Date of death: January 2, 1954. The vndersigned was appointed administrator of the estate of the above-named decedent on ; the 9th day of September, 1954. : ' All persons having claims against the estate must'exhibit.them; duly verified/to the'undersigned within six months from the date of the first publication of this'notice,'or they shall be forever barred and precluded from any 'benefit in the estate. This notice first published llth NOTICE IN THE PROBATE COURT OF HEMPSTEAD COUNTY, ARKANSAS V IN THE MATTER OF - THE ESTATE OF .W. H. A. Schneiker, deceased Last known address of decedent: Hope, Ark. Date of death: Sept 11, 1954. An instrument dated August 3, 1950,' was on the 1 day of October, 1954, admitted to probate as the last will Of the above named decedent, and the undersigned has been appointed executor thereunder. A contest of the probate of the wil£) can be effected only by filing a petition within the time provided by law. All persons having claims against the estate must exhibit tnem. duly verified, to the undersigned within six months from the date of the first publication of this notice, or they shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefit in the estate. •This notice first published 4 Meet Ml. A. B. C. - He Works for our Advertisers He is 6ne 6f trie expenfttceij <j«f<$ulali<iii auditors on the staff of the Audit Bureau ef Cjbrojlatjonf .* Just as a bank examiner makes a periodic che^k 6f thf rfcords of your bank—so does Mr. A.B.C. visit our officeja.!; ^e|ular intervals to make an exacting inspection and audit' of our circulation records. The circulation facts thus obtained are condensed in easy-to-read audit reports-which tell our advertisers: How much circulation we have; where it goes; how it was obtained; and many other FACTS that tell advertisers what they get for their money when they advert)** in thi* newspaper. •'fingers in the dust of the fating dl'pnk cent to excess; OS poi the!) ffUnilu ? hnJ no svs ,»„„„,, way of hundlm 1 nna-ices, DO per cent of their patents did j That's not jlxtQ epcli oHioiS P" P 01 CC1 ' 1 li il'." the ck-pnty snH. of, »'5i>i^ftin.nJie« did ijot ciie what igts th*'i)j{W oi thc'in; 70 thOU I4llllll03 1K'\CM as a the. rozjcl. The apparent evenness flour. The 'sitickiness of the pitch of the plati-au's surfai-e was docep- i-ssenofl, but his palm and fin- j five. Jim knew a small army could were covered with a black have hidden in. imperceptible folds gullies. He stoppo-l, got out »t ... -A little turponUiw or alcohol, (he fork. Ho called, and his voice cent of .thi'in came on hofo«3 ' ' the subpommitV :>ld home doctoxs weie tab- what you jiesJ to gel it f^Jots at a big profit. • - - • mgc? ^i» „ ,.„ „.- s«b(,Qmmittfee drinking w»s a big piob- ?r«e R Reilly. cha.ii man JaJUqrnm State 6041 d of too. many Call_ ojj Official agencies to earc to .featurs Violence, senio? of the !:The Argyll Hotel wns closed and Jim pounded on the glass- front door. He could niuke the' dim figisve : of Toby Argyle sitting alone ut.u back table. \Tpby looked around, made, a vague gesture ot disniie,<u! He got up ^l>en Durui kept up his racket. f Toby opened the door a crack was tiny in the -?mpty space. Yet there was a .path of smalt footprints leading clown toward The Spires. Only Num-y had sinall enough feet to make those marks in the dust. Jim felt a liltle bettor. Aside from Sheriff. Agnes' pickup which was parked at the Castls, his jec-p was the only; car available at the Carlsons', for no servant had as yet returned with ano.fhoi' vehicle ?nd apparently -eamo to the con- Arid 'there was np sjs.i pf other elusion that since he had gone so far he might as well go farther. He swvmg the door wide, said "Come on in then. We re c'osad up though." He walked the full length of the buildun, an4 sat down again at his chosen table. Jim shut and relocked the duor, followed. sat at the little table. "I'm very sorry about your daughter, Mr. Argyle." That l»ad the Oasirua effect, pen- otrjiled toe whisky ha?e for a - mejot. ''giorry? ^a^on^nov now That's t (ftjirt Said prints. He would find Nancy safely in the company of the irritable deputy.. He drovu down the . vf?d quickly, left the jeep 'at Ihe lakeside, Both the deputy arjd his car were gone. The Spires was deserted, doors now locked The honeymoon cottage TJaucy had liked so much \^s tightly piqued; it had a forlorn and empty qlr as if disap pointed at this latest desertion. Jje called again, and tlw slight of feer in his y«icc him ?UU Advertisers are invited t» ask fpr a copy of our latest A.B.C. report. • O, *The jAwdit Bureau of Circulations, of Y»hich tjiis newspgper is a member, is o cooperative, nonprofit association of 3,575 cKJverlisers, advertising agencies and publishers. Organized in 1914, A.B.C. brought order out of advertising chaos by establishing: A definition for paid * circulation; rules and standards S. for auditing and reporting the circula- X\ lions, of newspapers and periodicals, . *S *' ' n N~ (J ^^WHP^^ ^BBI^ ^^BI^^^^^W ^^^^^" To City Subscribers: If you foil to get ye>uf Stef please telephone 7-3431 by 6 p. m. and a special carrier will deliver your paper, 56TH YEAR: VOL. 56 — NO. 5 Star WtAtHEttPOf Affcuteirf change 1ft my it ftfc Hi igh 84, at / f Star ef Hope 1899, Press Consolidated J«ft. 11, 1929 HOP!, ARKANSAS, TUfeSDAf, OCTOBER 19, 19S4 Member: th« Ainelafed f>Msi & Audit Btflft* Av. Net Paid Clrci. « Me». tndlns Stpf. 36, 1»S Dixon-Yates Deal No Part of AP&L- Moses LITTLE ROCK I.T) C. Hamilton Moses tcstitiod today that the Arkansas Power & Litjht Co. had no official part In getting the pro-. posed Dixon-Yates power plant at West Memphis. Moses, board chairman of AP&L, • made the jtalcmcnt in tes- .timony before tho Arkansas Public Service Commission which is hearing the compnny's requost fof a $3,900,000 annuyl rate increase. The PSC began its public hear ings on the request yoHtorday. A number of Arkansas cities and Attorney General Tom Gentry are opposing the higher rates, sought by AP&L on the ground lhat the additional revenue is needed to guarantee it a six per cent return on its investment. Moses told the PSC thiit APkL's only interest in the controversial Dixon-Yates proposal is "a big. in terest in seeing the plant go to West Memphis to supply th state with moro jobs ami more taxes and give it a' big boost for the future." The plant, which would ^ about $107 million, would feed pew er into the Tbnno.s^o-i Valley Au thority system to supply the government's atomic plant at. Padu c-ah, Ky. It would be built by the Southern Co., and Middle Soutli Utilities, Inc., the holding company for AP&L. Moses acknowledscd thai he spent some timu in Washington pushing the project,. '(We felt that it was an unusual opportunity for Arkansas to get something very big and very wortlv- ' while," he said. TRIAL 'OPENS Handcuffed to an officer, Dr. Samuel SheDDard right, is led from jail cell to courtroom In-Cleveland Monday for openina of his first' degree murder trial. Sheppard Is accused of the JUly 4 bludgeon slaying of his pregnant wife, Marilyn. — NEA Telephoto _. ' ; Germanyand France Confer on Defenses By CARL HARTMAN PARIS French Premier Danger From FloodAbout Over in Ohio Ku * Mendes-France and. 1 . West German Chancellor Konnul Adenauer today began a series of conferences designed to enlist a rearmed West Germany as an. equal partner in a Western defense system. The Premier and the Chancellor met in the Chateau of Cene-Saint- Clou don the outski'rt'3 of Paris. With only an intevp'rjjter present, they went immediately into a private session while both French and West Germans hope 'wll produce a settlement of tUc old Frer;ch-Ger maij dispute .over ihe.'iiSaar. Mendes-France was reported ready to propose man industrial arid,•/•'•commercial partnership as a foundation for fu Utah Educator Replaces Fake Hero on Ticket By KEITH WALLENTINe SALT LAKE CITY (UP 1 R<. Douglas -R. Stringfollow, who a-1 milted his story ot being n war hero was a fake, was replaced today as Republican candidate for Congress by a 63-ycarold college president. Dr ; Henry Aldous Dixoh, vet eran Utah educator and head ol Utah State Agricultural college, v/as selected as tho GOP substi lute nominee on Utah's' first congressional district following a hectic three and one-half hour-meeting of the state central committee last night. . To ciimax one of the most ur 'ual proceedings in Utah.political history, even after he hitbt beer voted the nomination Dixon -had. to be persuated by key GOP. leaders telephoning him ironically ,,'frpm the state Democratic headquarters to accept. . -'.'. Gov. J. Bracknn Lee. Sen. Ar thur V. Watkins and Jack McLea a member of the Agricultural col lege board of trustees, took turns on the telephone convincing Dix on, over objection? of his family that he should run. -.-.-; In the Nov. . 2 balloting, Dixori a political novice, will face Wai ler K. Granger, Democratic' nom . . . j nee w h o represented the distric State Department today awarded for 12 years before unsuccessfully its highest service award to Am]trying in 3952 for election to thi Arkonsan Gets Highest State Dept. Award WASHINGTON, (UP The Senate. bassador to Iran Loy^ Henderson ena. who helped save Iran from f ailing | the central committee gave Dixcn a four to one edge over Georg Staples, Richfield insurance sale into Communist hands. The top honor, tho department's distinguished service award, also went posthumously to David Lebreton, Jr., of Washington, who drowned while trying to, rescue two children in Tunis. On hand on the ceremony were President Eisenhower an^ Secretary of State John Foster Dulles. The award to Henderson, a native of Rogers, Ark., and a career man and radio commentator. Dix on's nomination eventually wa made unanimous. The selection was made som two hours after Stringfellow ha appeared before the committee t apoligize for admittedly impe,rlin GOP chances in the 'election. Pittsburgh expected''the oloated stream to crest her-i this after noon far below ; > 50-foot flood stage. -.-,.. The Ohio River,- which burst its banks further upstream after, rain which accompanied hurricane Hazel, crested at Pomeroy. Ohio, some 22 miles upstream last night at .42.7 feet.' The flood stage Iherc ii 47 feet. It tak'cs 47% feeUpf water to reach Ihe raain stroet of Pomcrpy. There was some water covering the municipal parking lot there this morning, but no other damage was apparent. . : The , Gallipolis flood stage, is.-50 feet, arid observers her said they expected the crest t') hit much lower than that, probably around 41 late in the afternoon. Nearly all the force that brought death »nd destruction upstream during the weekend appeared to be gone. The cold, muddy waters which had taken four lives Sunday in Pittsburgh were expected to invade only a few boltom lands in these parts. an overall franiewbrk-- for' a solu- iion of the Saar controversy. . The French leader has said a decision must .be made on the future of the German-speaking, coal bearing border stain, now, linked economically to Franco, before his National Assembly will approve the allied program for bolstering Western defenses with west Ger man manpower. Adenauer flew in from Bonn- in mid-morning. "I have come to Paris with a great deal of hope that thesc^ next few days will bring great advantages-'.for peace of our peoples, for Europe . and for the world," Adenauer said. The two leaders also were to discuss-plans for ending Allied occupation of Germany, restoring German" sovereignty' and West Germany's role in the Western dc fense setup. a^French-Gei-l diplomat ' was tpr " signal r ° ntu " a .inencnuei butions to tne formulation and ex ecution of United States policy in the near the Middle East' and fpr. ; .".courage- and leadcr^htn.-Cur- ing a dangcrou&ly unsettled period in Iran." Superior service awards went to: Carlos C. Hall for "unusual courage" in carrying out his duties when thcatcncd by a bomb-\vield- ing visa r,pplicanr. at Santiago, Chile. A native of Cuernavaca, Mexico, Hall was educated at Santa Monica, Cal., high school and Georgetown university here. Several Arkansans Returning to U. S. six- Postal Embezzler Placed on Probation LITTE ROCK (/?) Jarnes Frank Rowlett. 57, former superintendent of the Park Hill station' of the North Little Rock Post Office was fined $133 and placed on one year's SEATTLE, Wash.. (UP> . teen Arkansas servicemen a r e! probation yesterday tor aboard tho Army Transport Gen-! ing $133 m postal funds. embezil- oral W. A. Mann due t-j arrive here Thursday with :',n':J2 passengers from the Far'Rust. The Arkansas servicemen are: Pfc Eldon A. 'Biirr.cn'tine. i-ittlo Federal Judge Tliojnas C. Trim- scntenc o after "ivj contest" lile imposed tho Rowlett' pleaded when neither affirms nor. denies guilt. Deadline on Money Spent by Agencies LITTLE ROCK (/P)—Monday has been set as the deadline for state agencies to file information about salaries paid form cash funds. The deadline, was set by the Arkansas Legislature Council in an attempt to gain more legislative control on funds collected by state institutions for sources • other than appropriations. FTC Accuses 17 Insurance Businesses of Misleading and False Advertising STORY REPUDIATED —Political-fate of Rep. Douglas R. Stringfellow, shown in tears as he repudiates his own story of heroism behirtd German lines in World War II, will be decided by the Utah state GOP central committee in Salt Lake City. Many Republicans felt that sympathy for the 32-year-old veteran who still walks with a cane from injuries suffered when he stepped on a land mine was strong enough for him to remain . a candidate. Democrats also expressed sympathy but felt repentance should not Include re-election to Con- grees. — NEA Telephoto Presbyterians Here Attend . -(, ^^^U'-tl J ^ f. »-* t '^H * ~ «*"• K Conference NEW ORLEANS, La.,. — Thre Presbyterian governors declare here Saturday that Americans hav every right to have faith in the fu ture of their nation because it wa founded on faith in God, has grow great through living by that faith and continues to govern its relations with all the nations of the world by Christian faith. Speaking before more than 7,000 Presbyterian laymen attending the Presbyterian Men's Convention in Municipal Auditorium here, Governors Alfred Driscoll, of New Jersey, Francis Cherry, of Arkansas, and Robert Kennon of Louisiana, served as a panel on "Faith in Oyr Country." Their panel was part ot a three-day program with the theme "In God We Trust." Each portion of the program presented a different way in which trust in God is expressed in faiths a layman can live by. A fourth gov- Dulles Opposes New Drive by the French /By WILLIAM GALBRAITH .' WASHINGTON. tary of State John (UP Score Foster Dulles By STERLING P. GREEN WASHINGTON «Fi The Federal Trade 'Commission today accused 17 companies in the health, hospital and accident Insurance business of "false and misleading ad vertlsing." Together, the 17 firms includ ing the four largest m the field represent annual premium pay rnents of more than !<00 million dollars, or about 1-3. of the total health . and accident policies writ ten on individuals in the country. Among those named in the FTC complaints which grew out of a 10-month nationwid-3 investigation Were tha Bankers ifo and Casualty Co. of Chicago (The White! Cross, Mutual' Benefit Health and Accident Assn. of Omaha (Mutual of Omaha's Reverse Life Insurance Co. of Dallas, . and Unllod Insur ance Co^- of, Chicago. Each firm was charged with from three to five allegedly cecp- ttve practices. Each was allowed 30 clays to file replies. Inriividunl hearings aro to be held In December. If, after these hearings.-the-FTC finds there is basis ' for the charges it may issue orders for bidding these practices in the future. FTC Chairman Eel ward F. How rey said the action is aimed ot false or deceptive advertising claims concerning tho extent of insurance protection and benefits payable. Howrey said in a statement this first broad inquiry of its kind grew out of a "flood of letters" sent by policy holders who ho said complained the insurance coverage they received was not the same as advertised. The FTC complaints attacked the following .alleged misrepresentations: 1. Policy termination. A typical advertising claim, it v/as charged, talks : about' "no automatic .termination-'age ..'. : -You and your family covered from 1 to 75.' Actually, FTC said, most policies are renewable only at option o: the company and cati be cancelec at the end 6f any term for any I'eason. ' 2. Extent of coverage.' FTC said - SetffCn urea 23-yeif' slugged - CountyJ Mar! wooded' Pratt Remmel, or Governor of leaves rf for Parh toda^y stubbornly ' " " " rf oppose'd "* "to a cirive to create ^ r"enewe3 " French n West European GOP candidate Arkansas, 1 ' out- ined his reason' why he thought ie would be able to make Arkanas a better governor than Demo- 1 ratio candidate Orville Faubus/ o a small group ot Hope folks at he corner of Main and Second here yesterday. , Prior to his, talk Mr. Remmel pent the entire day in .Hempstead md a reception was held fot him ast nighV During the morning "Mrl Remmel visited several towris» £ in he north section of trie county, appearing in Hope during thefaf- ernoon, ', , , IT J no control over cash funds, it does control the number of em- ployes stato agencies hire and maximum salaries. An Rock, Pfc. Alfred J. Brown Spring! Rowlett, who had been in federal .. dale; St-t. Elbert L. Coop<;r, Little | service . 33. years; was accused ofl^ut Air Force olliceiv,. said .Rock; Cpl. Luthor H. Griffith, Wes-|taking the' $183 from cash on de l)i ' he mishap are not son: Cpl. John W.. Howard Jones- livery accounts over .an eightboro: Pvt. Edward L. Jacobs Lit- month period ending last August. tie Rock Sgt. James I. Johnson Wilmot; Pvt. John Q.' . Morgan, Walnut Ridge; Hut. Eric L. Kay. Blytheville: Sgt. Ku^fiu- Robksc'ti, Little Rock; Cpl. Bobby J. Sellers, Emerson; Cpl. Roy D. Tinslcy, Nashville; Cpl. Merwin H. Triplet, Emerson; Si'c Billy J. W.-iwak. Little Rock Cpl. Rupert .White Oela- plaine; and Sgt. Obit: D. Wiuget, Magnolia. YOUR FUTURE Look into Amer-. ica'i future *n4 you can see your o\vn and your children's fulu.re. Tliii • dynamic country pf j-6ur» hat had a ttcmtndous grovvilj -iyet we are on lh* threshold of jtilj jreiter ,. No matter who you are-no n\»tt*j how you make « Uvjfli-ryp^ CM Mt your hope» high, '_ Tht B«|t»r Yev KliiV Amtfllf Th* ItHtr Tht fVlWi lffl» Ftr year rm t»py «f "!(M Itfm *l Jkmirise " wrilt \f Th* fiVMtlliBI ?»**- til, ?5 Wf tt 45ih, it, K,w Y.rlc ?», H- Y, Julius LaRosa Who Now Makes $1,000 a Day Admits That He Hasn't Yet Achieved Humility Though the General Ascmbly hasjernor, Theodore R. McKeldin, of Maryland, was the keynote speaker when the convention opened Friday. Among those hearing the governors' panel were: C. C. Spragins, Roger Dew, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tarpley, Mr. and Mrs. James H. Miller, Mr. and Mrs-; Haskell Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Bayless, Paul Raley, C. C. Armitage, and Dr. L. T. Lawrenne of Hope, Arkansas. Governor Cherry firsl defined the governors' understanding of faith as "both the vision to see ahead, reaching beynd the. grasp of our understanding, and the valor to go to work and bring to pass that in which we believe." Because our nation has had both vision to become a Christian nation through faith and the valor of faith to work to make it self great, it now has a heritage of Christianity and a working laith In God which will enable it to meet the future, he declared. Governor Kennon cited American history to .illustrate "how faith in ARKANSAN KILLED GREENVILLE, S. C. I/P) Arkansas airman, 13-year-old Pau! D. Bridges, was killed near here Saturday in, a. traffic ac.rJrient. Bridges, who was stationed at nearby Donaldson Air Force Base, was a resident of 'ParagouJd, Ark. The nccidem occurred at the base, Bridges' body lias boon return cd to Paragould. By HAL BOYLE,' ' NEW YORK .,T) In the 365 .since Arthur Godfrey fired Julius La Rosa publicly on a television program., his prodigal protege; has earned almost $1,000 a day. The big-shouldered curly-haired eral Artists Corp., signed La Rosa •leral to a ys'gjoo contract guaranteein oo a year 'or thrcs him years horlly before Godfrey dischargee the singer. The contract was. said at the time to have annoyed Godfrey, who foil the boy was "getting too big for his britches." agency to dole out -American arms. U.S. officials said Dulles will tell French Premier Pierre Mendes-France and others at ths Paris conferences that the United, States is not prepared to give up its i-ight to say who will get Arneri can aid and how much. Dulles will meet in Paris tomorrow with German, French and British leaders on giving'. Germany its sovereignty. On Thursday, he will sit in on a meeting of the Brussels pact nations and on Friday he will attend a meeting of the North .Atlantic Treaty Organization. . : 'The conferences follovy up rec- cprnmcndations of the recent, Lon don conference where' it 'was agreed to free Germany and ''rearm her in tho Western camp.' that the plans are going smoothly Officials said reports from the working group in Europe indicate and American hopes for tha Paris by Mendes-France The French conference are high. The one .sour note was sounded nrem>.-r har. warned the United States that he plans to rcnesv his proposal for creating a continental nriits pool and a West European agency to dole out American arms as it sees fit. U.S., Russia Differences Great as Ever By BRUCE W. MUNN UNITED NATIONS N. Y. (UP) : The United tales declared today that difference;; between Russia and tho fro.n world on disarm ament "are almost as great as ever." Ambassador James Wadsworth, deputy chief of the U.S God has worked in the past and can delegation, told the United Nations ..,«,.!, ?„ )h» f,,«,,,-»•• iv,,. thi= nation. ma j n polilica i coir .rnittce that Russia's Andrei Y. Vishinskv has made ijt t pje.ar iq debate here that the Soviet Union' is not ready to "take- isiame 'steps to .tfeassiire the IVjflit, ; 'vjMgrqBS benefits ^re rf ... ti£f a? "fot' 'each sickness" OP ncci derit;" many policies pay nothing for losses due to nervous disorders venei-eal disease, childbirth, dcnta operations and so on. 3. Maximum dollar limits. Ad Continued on Page Six 450 Firms ! to Hold Out Against AFL NEW YORK '.Tl A group of 45' truck, companies plan to continu holding out against a driver' slrike for higher pay but admi they su-e weakened by other em ployers agreeing to union terms. During the sti ike's third day yps terday the AFL Teamsters Unio claimed employer resistance wa "collapsing on all shies" It re ported an "avalanhco 1 ' of individi al settlements, mostly with smal firms. The holdout fiimr, voted at strategy meeting Inst night to co tinuo to fight union demands. How ever, before the meeting the ern ployers' chief negotiator, Josep M. Adcllzzl. said their position wa weakened by dofuctlbna in eriinlo er ranks. He added lhat "the next tw days" will tell whether they ca con|inu» lo hold 1ho line. Originally somo 3,500 firms wet involved in the strike. It affect general freight carilcrs In an are stretching from the Up of Long Is land through Now Yoik City ihe south as far as Trenton, NJ and north to Poughkeepsio. N. Y work in the future" for this nation Holland Benefactor of Petersen Thefts ALEXANDRIA, Va. (UP An authoritative source today ideivj VIP TOURIST — Prime minister Mohammed All 6f• Pakistan uses a 3-D Camera .to snap pictures as he visits 'Mosque In WaShlnaton- "the prime i mlrt* Ister Is In Washington for top- level Conferences. — NEA Telephoto. . i t , , \ Remmel Talks to Voters in Hempstead poltdfe 12 thri were^j Mar' back to' before' Ma|ia from, a» he was, ™ conviction, staled-a* stoled 1 Club Council »• .iq-qOTHs-f- rj<*ti i v»«<««te{ to Nat'l Meet- ''' " Mrs, H. E. ,/' Patter son.. Edge wood, * Hope, President'c Hempslead County Council of-Home Demonstration Clubs and , International Relations Chairman of'the State Council, has been -selected as one of the Arkansas .delegates to attend the National Home Dem,; onstration Council to be held 'in Washington, ^D. C. November 1-8. Mrs. Patterson will travel by^char- iv « tered bus 'with tho other delegates and will leave Little "Rock on Wednesday irioruing, October 27. ' , A tour of Washington has bee,n planned for the delegation., This tpur includes the F. ,B,' I., p/flces," National Archives, National Gallery" of Art, Supreme Court, U. S, Capital, White House, Lincoln Me,r, morial, Arlington Cemetery, stop* ping at the Amphitheather and the Tomb of the Unknown' v Soldier, From Washington the 'group goes to Alexandria for *« tpw o|-^this city, visiting , Christ ' Church 1 "and George Washington Masorjic Memorial, then to Mt. Vernon to visit the house, grounds, and tpmb of George a"nd Martha Washington, Enroute Mrs. Patterson and the Arkansas delegation will take a boat trip up the Potomac from Williamsburg to Washington. Overnight stops enroute; first m'ghb'in Chattanooga, second night in WinstOrj Salem, third night will be spent on the Potomac River in o steamer, Four nights will be spent }n Washington D, C. On the return trip pvprpjghjt stops, will be made in Rdanpke and ' ville. , General! announced *l ' joint All Around the Town •y TM lt»r Stuff ; fe Saturday night at Southern State- Henderson football game the Hope Rotary Club, with T. S. Cornelius acting as spokesman, presented a small mule to the Mulerlders as 4 future mascot. .... OpUmaggia, the present mas>cot has been "mule "" many times the ine.-iS.ame 'steps to .treassure me _ ' ed » S0 many times the club world'that we are prepared to |<,i|the College should have a spare lake." _;,„ Y« tinnnr of students that voung singer's income topped thatl "La Rosa is a belter risk today Ufied Holland as the country al- of President Eisenhower. During than he was then, ' say? Rockwell Jeged to have bensfitted from U3 the year lie made $360,000, and might have rung the cash register even harder if he hadn't taken a month's vacation to rest his voice. | B.ut how long will the goklen shower last'/ He now is among the top 10 regular pcvfoimcrs in night club, theater and TV gtar circuit, but will he endure? and the , be glad to make him the defense secrets which Joseph S. same offer again now but it isn't necessary. "He's a natural. He's young, he works hard, and he's loarnod an awful lot. He hasn't shown any signs of fading, and so far we've only touched the major spots in the country. t He raay have his ups and ' He went up like «i rocket, tlier.e are Jl«jse t who still predict lie w}U come 1 Sown the r s,amo way. Others feel that Jullg, now only problem now is to get him aiv.41.er Ol ' u ,ill Uill hn in ilu> hie time lilt repnrrt." downs. there for all do B"t he'll be up long tlnio. Our only will s-WU be w ttv? big time his Ws is rctirpd ano; growing rose? hit record. 1 His associates feol thyy may have this'40 "Mobile," La Rosa's sixth recording. Qiw record. ' "" It -— J Petersen, Jr., is accused ot bteal- ing. A federal grand jury is holding hearings on federal charges against Petersen, recently fired issearoh analyst for the Defunso Depart? merit's super secret National Se» curity Agency. When FBI agents avre&ted 1'eter- sen O.ct- Q, they charged him under the espionage act with improperly obtaining military secret? "with intent or re<t&GQ to bclievp that the information was to used to to the injury qf the V 01,- to the ^V^ftlage 9! But, Wadsworth conceded, Kia has Iclt the possibility open that some East-West differences on disarmament might be worked out in /Uscvssions for an intfirna- jional disarmament treaty.,, How ever, he added, the.'e waj been no assurance that the Kremlin's attitude would be changed in such ne Arkansas Weather For the period Oct. 19-34! Arkansas Temperatures a,bovp normal, jt j-jjjQ. Normal, maxima at changes- mflg or ifttyiJi one. . . . In honor of students th^t have and are now attending South' crn State from Hempstead the l^ope club presented the mule to Pr. Polph Camp, president of the college, at the school's annual hornp- coming game. . . , the presenj- atjon was made as one of jhe/Hope Rotary Club's golden anniversary prefects and, many arii planned prior { JB Chicago^ Degrees im No Oene Brem,er, of Hot supervisor tor the of Qensifs, rejwts ?,3§4 bajfa of ,jan«ll Roberts fcas ... , staff of the Beauty Box looted in the Fashion Shop on Jijain, Street^ yrom Japan comes <wd Wtnfred Butler, son f$ Mrs. Spy Butler of Spring has mpted to the ranj? o| Airman class he }s ft personnel cjerls . headquarters ojf the JfQ£|tl» Force Qroup, , . hls.vylfti the jnev Wanda Spears and their sons, reside «t U* ,, Cecil' witH with '-' The

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