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« ( * i -" ^ -.r "" -' * **• £ r* -#-* j : rrfH t - *i v- v v' <;£>;,;-„••^-^'v '*? '*" HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS 21, SENSATIONAL SAVING EVENT-HURRY!!! SAVE!!! DEPARTMENT 3 B S G AYS! iand Monday [3rd and, 25th LOTHS \ DRESSES Snow White Sheets Handkerchiefs Just Arrived. Over 500 to select from. A very special purchase of fall and winter dresses. Newest in style. Newest in color. Values to $13.95 during Dollar Days . i luj « , $6.90 ea. or 2 For $13.0Q| ' Hurry!! Use our Easy 1-, LAY AWAY : First quality Type 128 Snow : White Sheets. , $1.79 ea. or 2, For ipO.DU •'. Men's big white 15c ;1 '.'-..r. Handkerchiefs • \, '*£ 12 for WORK SHIRTS NYLON HOSE Colored Sheets Men's $1.49 heavy blue chambray work shirts. All sizes. Ladies $1.29 Nylon hose. Colored Pepperill sheets, first quality. 81x99. $2.98 value Training Pants Children's Panties UNDERSHIRTS WORK SHOES Children's 25c Training Pants. , i , ~ Children's 35c rayon ., Panties. Men's 69c Haynes and Healthknit Undershirts Men's heavy composition sole work -shoes, regular $3.95 value. :. $3.00 Boys' Sport Shirts Big new assortment boys $2.69 sport shirts $1.98 ea. or 2 For $3.50 ' ladies Panties Ladies 98c XXX Panties [jfl j"* C tv •» !$;• \fS pK-f, feu- ^ V ^-- <$?,'• &p' PRINTS New selection 35c fast color print. 4 yds. $1.00 CHAMBRAY 39c Chambray, solfds and stripes. 4 yds, $1.00 jJWEAtERSy I shipment Sweaters, Ifadies , pnd children*, blouses, , §'5fTee Shirts, values to ,$2.39 Choice j $1,00 Rayon Panties Ladies 49q Rayon Panties 4 pr $1.00 I $15.00 Here is the biggest coat value in town. Ladies 100% all wool coats. Values to $59.95, GROUP 1 EXTRA SPECIAL GROUP 2 CORDUROY M5-00 36 inch corduroy, first quality. Big selection GROUP 3 THROW RUGS Throw rugs 24x36 $2 59 value i $2.00 $3.00 27x54 regular $3.95 value BEDSPREADS Double size $5.95 Chenille bed spreads, or double size $5.50 Woven bed spreads, either $4.00 ea. $1,00 puts your coat in our easy Lay Away. SPECIAL LADIES COATS and SUITS Here's a red hot special. Ladies $25.95 coats and suits. Close Out. Work Sox Men's 29c heavy work sox. 5 P, $1.00 Undershirts Men's and boys' 49c ribbed undershirts 3 For $1.00 Stretch Sox Men's and boys' 98c stretch sox. 2 P, $1.00 Army Pants Men's $3.95 type 4 . Army Pants. t $3.00 ' BLANKETS Double Cotton Blankets $3.50 value. MEN S SUITS BLANKETS $4.95 value large double 596 wool blankets. 5™^|^ JPP i^* f ^^P^ ^^^B ^^^^ tjr i $1 ,'^e the big fselectign ladies and *^ ! Children's Ofress Shoes, Oxfords, I Cffiildren's ll.9« to $4.95 / Ladies Dress Shoes Aden's and Boys' $6.50 Dress shoes speciql i, i $5.00 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^•••HIHH SHIRTS Men's $4,95 Corduroy shirts. $3.95 2 for $7,50 UNIONS Boy's $1.39 winter unions. $1.00 Army Pants Men's Type 1 Army pants, $4.95 value $4.00 BLANKETS SPECIAL:—Supply limited Sheet blankets. $1.00 Blankets 50% wool blankets, boxed, a real value gpys 49c Knit Shorts 3 FOR EXTRA SPECIAL Men see them today. Men's Hampton Heath suits a regular $65,00 Value. GROUP 1 $30.00 GROUP 2 $40.00 Alteration! f Use Qwr Easy Lay Awgy Plon M , r.x To City Subieribtrit If you fait tb get your Star pleoie telephone 7-3431 by 6 p. m. and d special carrier will deliver your paper. 56TH YEAR: VOL. 56 — NO. 8 Star of Hope 1699, Press 1927 Consolidated Jan. 18, 1929 Star N6 East this fit MOPi, ARKANSAS, fMpAY, OCTOBER i2, 1954 Memb*r: Th* A.soeiMcd PrW* i, AttdtflttNit.it W) Av. N«t Paid Clrel. 6 Moi. Efldin* Sift. J«, 1»J4 — French, German By JOSEPH E. DYNAN PARIS W With the threat of complete failure of the French 1 German talks on the Saaf over- flfshadowing their decision, the 14 'members of the North AtlmiMc Treaty Organization (NATO) today invited West Germany to join their alliance. French Premier Pierre Mendes- France joined in this invitation. Earlier, ho told reporters he v.111 not sign any agreements reached hero'this week unless he gets a satisfactory settlement of th? Saalr dispute. .As the NATO council " voted djWench and West German negotiations were reported Still dd locked. ' '• . , . CJc'rman sources sjid the Saar negotiations are .leadlbek'-jrt spite a i'lengthy meellnij botweet dcputytifis .for the chancellor and for the premier Vatii last night.- Before-the premier left thiv cab inet session, a government spokes man said the German position hat "stiffened" much beyond wh;U .lv:,d been feared.. He .said that it Men $les-Frarice sign C rl; other .afire- merits without getting a settlemun of the Saar issue, it is "evident" that the-National Assembly migh refuse to ratify them. Adenauer met for move than an hour today with Socialist partj chairman Erich Ollenhauer frame the German bipartisan ap proa eh on the Saar, Their demand Were reported to include politica fieedom foi pioGeiman pailies m thi> Saar, rloser economic relations 0*ith Saarlinders and French tec osnltion that the Saar regime i<; only a piousional one subject to ipvrew jn a final German peace treaty. Another Riot Breaks Out in Missouri Prison rvest Festival Bounty H-D Council the Third Annual Harvest Festival, an activity sponsored by the Hbme Demonstration Council for all HD Club members and their Jamilies, will be held Tuesday night, October 26, in the Coliseum JEFFERSON CITY, Mo Ifl A frf 4too e Fair Park j ..!_. ...!.!.:_ „ „— f u !,„„!,,. n nope rarr .rarK. 1932/34 '36 '38 '40 TUP PFOPLE SPEAK — Above Newschart shows total vote Iollld^y°he Republicans and the Democrats for House of Repre- dl^tc?Se Scrats, who won more than half of the elections «« during the 20-year period. ' Two Testify Rice Admitted to Tossing \Vife's Body in River; Tells of Affair With Woman •jncond riot within a month broke in Missouri Pcntilontiary 'at nocn today Deputy Warden William P Steinhouser sai-l between 50 and 600 convicts upset their plates in one dining room and walked out They clustered in the lobby of B and C Hall-center of most of the activity during the earlier riut just a month ago todav The convicts, Stetnhauser said, demanded "to see somebody" about the food we're getting" Within a few .minutes, .'Jefferson City policemen and members of the State Highway Patrol converged, on the-prison with riot guns, rifles and tiSnr'" v gas- equipment Tn the earlier riot, the damage was estimated at between • three arid five million dollars and included the loss of severs! buildings,, most of thorn industrial plants Four convicts were killed and bout 30 injured seriously enough A Bar-B-Quc supper will be Ser .£d beginning at 7:00 p. m. Fol- owing the supper, games will bo layed under the direction of Mrs. William Schooley, county recrea- ipnal leader. ..fiach HDC member Is to bring piktes, forks, and spoons for all fiembers of her family. fJMrs. H. E. Patterson, council president, will preside. . By ADRN COOPR ARKANSAS CITY, Ark. (.^Circuit Judge Henry W. Smith today denied: a; defense demand for _ a 1NU1 - Illal 1JlmliI ,c, ™^. ..^ directed verdict of auquitta for, mal maxima G8 . 78 . No important Arkansas Weather For Oct. 22-26: Arkansas Temperatures neai normal. Normal minima 45-60. Nor. Oil Refineries ^ Asked to Close * in Smog Fight LOS ANOELES (#) Gov (5o6ftJ v,}n Knight tod^y apwaled to tn petroleum industry to sljut 4 ow a jlll reftoer.ies in I^s . Angeles county immediately in 9. strong move "i-this:, area's all-out battle a'gainst smog. • • The! governor explained that the £hutdow,n, which would have to be .ifjmadft on voluntary basis,, would „,. be a test-to determine -if the move would materially reduce tire smog. • . ••'••. ; -.-."."'•- , •' Knight said' he would '.le'qve the decision on the 'on«th of the shut a'ewp. up to'the industry, and smoj sjcjfcrts.'- He'asked thai' salaries o: Refinery workers be paid during tne emergency .-pflriq;!. '•; The governor said there are ade qua.te storage .Hocks " of gasoline and oil! in the Los Angolos are& jifso there will be no scarcity during the test. "It is fundamental that the pri nr-iry purpore of government is, protect the health and lives o our people," the governor stated "This request t6 th« 9 11 corn panies for decisive action is mad by me after spending the last sev en days engaged in intensively in vestigating all the factors involved in smog. ' " "For seven long years local off Kcials have ried o ab.ie his er rials have tried to abatu this ter vible nuisance, but tha fact re mains we still have smog. "No experimental tost of thi character has evor been mack declared Knight, who is ; runnin for election. "I hope that the lenders of th oil industry, • recognize., the inipcr live necessuy of 'their doing every thing possible to ascertain tl -relative sources of smog, , Viill b i^glad to cooperate in 'making test." , ..'".. Southern California}!? are this outraged at this attack of. srnoy, one of theMonaest on record. i9.year-61d Cecil .Rico, charged rth first c'egruo murdei in 'the ayrng of Ins wife Altoine} Jim MPtritt maae the notion for acquittal as Prosecutor at H Mulirs frnibhc-1 the alaU'b ase Men itt contended that the late had failed to piovn that Mrs gnes ' Rrce is dead The w'oman, isappeaied fiom hei Dumas home Imost three years ago. In a signed state merit. )\pr hub and said he killed her and threw er body in the Mississippi River, he body never has been found One of the first wltntibsw. cailcd i Defense of Rico T ^. :ounty fieputy Sheriff Artie Lticcy f pumas Lacey testified that he s.w Mrs ?ice alive "about 10 to 15 min tos after 11 o'clock on the morn rip! of'.;Dec 11, 1951"the day she lisappearcd State, .witnesses had testified 'hat hoy sawKice about 10:30 on the norning of his wife's disappear ance and that blood was on his rands . ; {and face Dumas Cily Marshal Dayton Alii- ion, .testified for the .state this -n'orJjirig that Rice told him' four d.iys ''after Mr Rirjo disappeared hat he- V/IJE "positive" that ho ,hrew-his', wife's body in the Miss .ssip.pl ' Another state witness, Desha County iDepuly Sheriff Earl May ,estificd .-that Rice also told him .hat he. throw his wife's body inl< lie river. Allison, under cross examination raid that Kice had never at an; lime said thai he had killed hi wife. . . May was scheduled to be- the las witness for the prosecution. Rice probably will take th stand sometime today when the do tense otaris presenting its side o the case. The jury of H men and one wo man must decide whether Rice 39 is guilty.of beating his wife t death and throwing her body ir.t the Mississippi River near here The charge is first degree murder which carries' a possible, death per ally. .Defense Attorneyy Jim Mcrri of McGehi-c and Reggie Eubo* and Maurice lieinbwgor 'of Pin Bluff, has contended that Rice' wife, -Agnes, still is alive. HL body never has been found. Verbal arid writu-n teslimon that Rice said he threw his wife' Reports Way to Eliminate 'Cancer Paper' body tered into l.h(> river was er into the record yesterda hangcs Precipitation light to mod rate Scattered ircugh Saturday. thundershowers NEW YORK researchc or hospitaiizatkm Iso were injured Three guards $2 Million Suit AP6*L Against Langer Condemn Angrily Warns of Intimidation of Witnesses 'War Babies' to Pose Big Job Problem By NORMAN WALKER WASHINGTON !.fl If une.m ployment is a problem now may be far worse a decade hence, jtovernment experts said today, when the big crop of "war be- bies" grows up.' Robert C. Goodwin, director of the Labor "Department's Bu.reau of Employment Security} • said a boom of. an estimated 9 million younger workers cominil into their c-wn and seeking jobs %lay crowd out workers, aged 4§.. and beyond "These young. pcopU win piV" severe competition to ^olden i; ays there is a, way to ,1plii:f>j?|«t ifeHtJaat'-to. tto-^ fcSSh 4 -jifcth i lepoitcd cance 1 -producinv •" <sub-' after World War II. tance apor in smoke from cibarette M. J Rand, head of a Cleveland esearch organization, told a news onference here yesterday that his ixperiments sho\v- that treatment 1' cigarette paper with amrr.oni um persulfate would prevent for- Tiation of benzpyrcne, the reported cancer-causing element Existence of tha bonzypyrenc in rnokc from cigarette paper was •eported yesterday by Rand and D. V. Lefemine, chemist ( at the Cancer Institute, Miami ' ' Lefemine said the bcnzpyrcrts which causes cancer in mico, has proved to be ono 'of the most now crful known cancer - producing agents Rand said that while Ihcrc had Vjcen some criticisms of his findings on the treatment of cigarette paper, there wun; "good pros- lects" that some • cigarette com panics will start treating paper with the chemical. A spokesman for the Tobacco Industry Research Committee said it had recc-ived no fomal report on Rand's findings. The committee was set up by tobacco companies. _.- Wreck Brings Charge Against a Driver Failure to yield the right of way charge was placed against . Benjamin Dennis yesterday • following an accident on S. Elm in which his vehicle was involved in a collision with another driven by,. W. W. Word. City police said small damage resulted.. Goodwin heads up a quiet, though important, study which the government is conducting into the problem of a population constantly growing and increaaini? tlip human life span while the emphasis is on hiring younger, workers. Labor Department .officials'; have been going around the country dis cussing phases of. the.problem; al though the overall recommendations still-are to be announced. In Philadelphia last'night, Un der secretary of Labor Larson suggested at a conference on "mak ing a living while growing old" that private pension plans negotiated largely by labor unions in recent years are "erecting a fur midable barrier" against hiring workers over their 40s. Larspn said employers hesitate to hire older 'workers because they often must guarantee pensions costing more than it would to hire a younger worker with a more-remote retirement possibility. He suggested some plan where ay "a worker takes with him •some or all of the equity in o tension plan represented by hi.s employer's contribution" when changing jobs. "The older worker who applied lor a new job would come armed with a substantial vested pension iglvt," Larson said, "and the new employer's obligation would be merely to' keep him current." Ewan Clngue, special assistant secretary of labor, told the Philadelphia conference a growing problem "Is- that tho incrcasins itns^th of lifo is not being matched ay longer working life." If the nation is not to endure Many Letters Agree With Mr. Wilson iBy' ELTON C. FAY ^WASHINGTON 'fll Secretary of defense Wilson is s-lill answering tillers from people who agree or disagree with his recent controversy-stirring comment on unemployment, bird dogs and kennel dogs. 'He has received moro than 2,100 letters and telegrams since Oct. 11,- when in a Detroit news conference he touched off an uproar v/h'ich brought demands from politicians for his resignation and, a few days later,- :m apology from Wilson for "inept" remarks. His friends say that of the approximately 2,100 letters and tele- gi-ams received .so far, over 3,750 have been favorable, slightly over 3(j|Q unfavorable. 'Wilson is replying, with somewhat different forms, but with a tr&'nscript of the pertinent part of his news conference -sent to all The transcript is a reproduction of o£e published by newspapers (tin the Detroit news conference, held while Wilson was on a speechmaking visit to two Midwest Republican rallies, the defense scic- 'etary said: Defense work "is too .serious-a J iness to look at it,as though it \ made work and something,, to dish out to keep somebody busy." Boy Has Tough Time Crossing DENVER I* Four-yenr-old Andrew Bennett had A tough limb getting across the street yesterday. Heading in the right direction lo start, he rnrt smack into the side of a cor driven by Elwatd Novak, WASHINGTON T. Arkansas Power & Light Co filed a t\vo Sffit n^Ark^USr'who '«e *><*<* • «* **»*» b * criticized it before ihe Senate Antimonopoly Subcommittee Angrily, Sen Langer (R-N1) declared in turn that he wouldn't stand for intimidation" of subvommittoe witnesses Informed of tho suit filed at Lit tie Rock ni;ainst banker Arthur E McLean, Lunger pounded the table and told a public hearing: Undaunted, ha pickt'd hlmrtelf started again and ran straight Moyd I .McKinlcy, 43, Total injuries: onb skinned nose. Mi Hi: LIT Power & $2,000,0 Banker xliat he, "One thing is-sure, as Ion,? ns I'm chairman of ,this Subcommittee, we're not going to bo bluffed, soared, or intimidated, and we are not going to allow Dixon-Yates or anyone else to bluff scared or intimidate witnesses" McLean, who was in the room as a spectator, said he welcomed the suit and "I: dohft r tWnk I'll have any trouble" substutiating anything have said" "There's going to ' be no judg Navy to Act Quickly on Condon Affair compa ' "McLeah APWL poll company' a p6rman increase firm A WASHINGTON, (UP Navy nient against :nie." he piedictcd In the witness chair of the Com: mittee yesterday, McLean testified that Arkansas Power and employed "bribery" and. coercoin and had sought to "dominate" the State of Arkansas .,••'' Langer, after his first outburst at the hearing, said he would look into the question of whether the subcommitte!' can provide counsel for McLean's deferjse against the suit ' Secrtary Chnrlcs S. Thomas tulay promised a quick decision on whether the government should deny defense secret.! to" Dr. Ed ward J. Condon, famed ' atomic scientist. Out of "fairness" to'Condon and because of the "importance" the issues involved, Thomas t he will "personally follow through on the case to SPO thskt & decision is expedited." A Defense Department security board last July granted Condon "limited" access to 'classified industrial security Information. But Thomas suspended this yesterday afternoon pending a "complete" new review of "the'Case. A Condon, director of research jmd development for the Corning Glass Co. in New York, $10 Taken in Junior ,• High Break-in City Police today are investiga- jj|' ting a break-in at. Junior High School in which some .$10 in cash, a fountain pen and a pair of sunglasses were talsen.' " , • The burglars entered, tlxe • building by breaking out a wjtidow. So far as could be determined nothing else is. missing. Judge Henry W. Smith of Pin Bluff, presiding over tho Arkansa City Division of Dcsha, County Circuit Court previously had ruled that Continued on Page Eight HIGH AND DRY EDMONTON, Alta., (UP) Pol ice searched today for the owner of a 20-foot cabin cruiser found abandoned at a midtown highway intersection. Naming a Hollywood Moyio Is Something More of Intellectual Strain Than Producing Is Bv HAU BOYLE NEW YORK (IP) Naming a Hollywood movie is sometimes more of an intellectual strain than producing it. Aptness is les.-; Broadway, anyway- knows tha "Phfft" was. coined by Walter Winchell to describe a marital bus As he recalls it ! himself, \7alter a tremendous financial burden supporting the aged."-he said, in 'it will' be -necessary to provide opportunities to work for those older people who are able and willing to work." Claguc said a bright spot is that people are bettor educated these days and more capable of re-training to different jobs at late stages of "life. Larson said the aim of the government should bt to give the individual the choice: to provide him a job opportunity if he wanted to work, but to allow him to retire if he so desired. Whoops/ Dorn That Sharp Curve Again FORT ERIE, Ont. Eldridge, 51, of (ffl Herman Buffalo, N. Y., desirable than originated the 'jxprossion while box office appeal, whicn explains talking with the late Texas &uin- whv ycu never have seen a picture an, the night club queen who "Son of 2- made "Hello, Sucker" famous. She was giving -Wincholl a tup j that called "z-z-z-z-z" or You don't want a title wrecked his car Oct U when it went off the road at a curve near here A woman passenger wa§ injured. Eldridge was fined Wednesday for careless driving. Yesterday he Farm Policy to Be Discussed : in Meet Here The policy or program to receive the attention of the Hempstead County Farm Bureau at the Statev Convention in November will be adopted Monday night, October 25, at 7 o'clock in the Hempstead County Courtroom. All Farm Bureau members and interested individuals are invited and urged to be present by the pre sident of the organization, Ned Purtie, Route 3, Hope. During the month of September eleven township meetings were conducted in Hempstead County by the organization. Members and other individuals adopted by majority vote at these meetings resol utions of action covering farm problems that were introduced and favorably considered. Last Monday night the County Resolutions Committee in session consolidated the resolutions adopted at 'the community group meetings. These resolutions will be presented for county action at the Monday night meeting. Other resolutions will also be accepted for consideration at the county-wide meeting. Resolutions from the community deliberations include the following farm problems: State financing of pink bollworm control rather than cotton produc- ers'in quarantined counties paying the costs. Livestock branding law. Extension of the present calfhooc bangs vaccination program as it is now in operation. Removal of the sales tax on feed, seed, and fertilizer. Minimum four per cent butterfa content for fluid milk sold to the consumer. Continuing the gasoline tax re fund on farm-used gasoline. That State Senators' position toe permanently allocated on an are. a basis to 1 retain the f cheek and bal ance system in the legislature branch of'our government. License for farm trucks placed on the calendar-year basis that the Financial Responsibm ty kaw 'be amended so as to require propl of financial responsibility a th,e time, or before, the motor •-•- hiple is licensed- Chairman Moses declined to corn- tent on McMa'th's testimony this norning, or on Senator Langer'3 nnounceriicrit: he will try to ob- ain McMath as defense counsel or McLean tVaf fells top much about the film. Mr. and Mrs. So-and-so hod «Mv drove ta Weland in 81 now cai- Cplumlia Pictures has come, up creed. But o waiter opened a but- collect bail money he had pu.t with the year 1 oddest title injtle of champagne just as she reac* when arrested. "pMft," starring Judy^ Holliday cd the word "divorced," and the) He approached the same i and Jack Ijemon. It's a"ma.tvimou rooping cork drowfied out the and-... , ,-_"*_"_.. i_ ...ui.v. - ,,S,,,,,r n .-,miia>Z n ,i n ri Damage was esumftU'tf at to ial (avpe in whlph a young discover that thu Pflly thing wprso than feejtog marred to ' other be dtvgrp^d from each, ol,h.er. kioi ' xpryb^dy ft-" gpnbbled lown In tbf Wth Century, apme f%sh- ionable Pngli?hmen wore slxoe? sq of livestock for con diseases before movemen JjjSf the State of Arkansa;s. The eounty resolutions commit tee desig0j?|ed,at the August i pf - Directors meeting *5 compos^ $5QO Pf*the fQipwing: N- %• Z 01 *™" Mrs. Mary Spates, Cecil Wy&tt Burke. Jack Creamer If; lie finds It has such authority, he said, he will^retain'McMath oi defend McLean "and will also as- l"grf- ; tti'e: subcOmrnitteeJs 'chief co'un el, Sidney Davis, to tho defense At Little Rock. AP&L Board . beer fully cleared ior>Seq»:et v data' lour tunes by four dlttdjenV toofu$& and .would be Vpleasad^ bc^dc ed a .fiftlviime', confident ,jh§f more honest, objective reVie\y«of, my record Can only result." . Corning Glass, 'which only,," announced Condon's "limited" clofar- ance last Tuesday, said it will continue to employ the- , *seieupst "pending the outcome", of the pew security review. . ' l t - ^ he Man Alive in Auto Wreck for 2 Days COCRAN, Ga. (/P)— A ^6 year-old salesman, both arms and a leg' broken, was found alive in ,the wreckage of his automobile two days after it plunged from a hifilrway embankment into thic* underbrush An unidentified 'Negro discovered M E Balliird of Monticello in almost impassable un dergrowth by U S 23 four miles south of here yesterday Bollard, weakened by his rn- jurles and two nigln.? of exposure in near fivc'/in-' weath er, was hurried to a Macon has- pital where his condition waa pronounced serious Friends sard the salesman, employed by a Birmingham, Ala, hardware firm, also had heart trouble Deputy Sheriff Ce cil Horton eported that thrqe along the embankment where the car careened off the highway were undamaged This indicated, he added, thnt the machine hurtled over tlrenv AUU FOR AN APPLE GOETT1NGEN, Germany, (UP Bricklayer Fritz MueHer climbed an apple tree next to a house on which he was working yesterday and stretched to reach an apple. The limb broke and Mueller crashed through tho roof. He landed in the midst of a forum on the prevention of accidents. Arkansaji :Pqwe) TJie company^ , Middle JSouir.ytilitteSl „ firms 'invplved^/iiiMt^ Pixon'-Xamtcontrabtafj to' private, Missing Plane Found Crashed Near Hugo LITTLE ROCK, Ark IflsAn.Ai Force B-25 bomber was reported missing this morning on a flisnt from Montgomery, ALA., TO Enid, Okla. Maj, Ken Watklns, public infor mntion officer for the Arkansas Wing of the Civil Air Patro), bald CAP search planes had been ordered to join In a hunt for the missing nircraft Watkins J-aid the plane loft Maxwell Air Force Base near Montgomery last night and had no been heard from since 10-20, (CST) last night, when it radio with Barlurtate Shrevepor-t, La. CAP pianos from Hot Springs Dorado, Texnrkawm, Crossctt. Lit tie Rock and Rogers were ordered supplied by, Energy Directors shortly/a crease «Hf«v? *w"M ysvfw- 'w*;*jSEi company IR at lewMytj-jM ?peeches % iq ,dlf|w^pjj'' into the nil for the B-?b. to search Aikansas Recently this column touched 051 Mr. Roy Anderson's courtesy tjck- et citation which has city officers passing out tickets to the Saenger theater to drivers they see executing an act of courtesy. . . . Thursday's "Our 1 Town" column in the Gazette, written by friend Carroll McGaulxey, tells about the plan he points put that and, in detail. expense of the ... admission tq the movie is paid by Mr. Anderspn as a civic project with no advertising connected wi,tk it. Carroll, gays of the . . , , So far, in a year of operation of plan, spine 163 courteous have Dt theater, frW W« to tity youngster gets a Wtfl* free, pa.5^ fee At Maxwnll, Air Force Rnsp pffl- cials said the place flew into the Alabama base yesterday on a rpn tine ti.umn: 1 flight from Vance Ait force Base at Enid, and was route home. The plane left Maxwell at 8125 (CST last night, an dwas routed over Shrevoport and Sulp hur Springs, La., Okla., to Enid. A crew of four men was aboard AH Around the Town •y Th* tt«r lUff traffic gimmick might be . adopting in Owe Town and, else. where," Hope Chamber monthly buJleMn producers In $18,645.88 for receipts totaled $0495.19 &«'' increase. '<rf p«e jj^r peak ,^, phone bered yw ago. 2,770 this m farto ^JMW.CIU • ' K - - ife.,

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