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The publishers reserve the right to rtvlse or edit 'all advertisements offered . for publication and to reject any objectionable advertising submitted Initials of on* or more letter*, groups or figures such as house or telephone numbers count as one word. The Hope Star will not be respon- ilble for errors in Want Ads unleu error* are called to our attention after FIRST Insertion 'of ad and then fof ONLY the ONE Incorrect Insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 900 SACfcS Lion Brand Ammonium Nitrate 33.5% Nitrogen Pellett Form easy to put out $3.20 per sack, now is the time to put it on your oats. MCWILLIAMS SEED STORE 26-Gt PANSY plants. Very best, large flowering. Mont's Seed Store. 40 ACRE farm with large house, north of Emmet. Mrs. Tom Gar- *ctt, Proscott. Phone 209. . . 28-3t Hope Star Star of Hop* 1199; Fran 1927 Coniolldafed January II, 192f Publbhed every weekday afternoon by STAR fUBUSHING CO. . C. E. Palmer, President Alex. M. Washburn, Stcy-TrM, ot The Sfor Building : 112-14, South Walnut StrMt Hope, Arkansai 'Alex. H. Woihburn, Editor & Publisher Paul H. Janet, Managing Editor Jesi M. Davis, Advertising Manager George W. Hotmer, Mcch. Supt. Entered 01 second clasi matter at Hie Post Office, at, Hope, Arkamen, under the Act of March 3, 1897. Member of 'the Audit Bureau of Circulation! Subscription Rates (payable In advance): •y carrier In Hope and neighboring town*— Per week .25 Per year 13.00 By mall In Hempstead, Nevada, Lafayette, Howard, and Miller coun- tlet— One .month .85 Three months - 1.60 Six months 2.60 One year • 4.50 All other mail- On*, month ..,. 1.10 Three months 3,25, fix months '. .7 6.50 One year , 13.00 Mar 1 ! JkevertUIng Representative*: Arkansas Dallies, Inc.; 1602 Sterlck •Ida., Memphis 2, Tenn.; 505 Texas lank Bldg., Dallas 2, Texas; 360 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago 1, III.; 60 E. 424 St., New York 17, N. Y.; 1763 Penobscot Bldg., Detroit 2, Mich.; Tefmlnal Bldg., Oklahoma City 2, Okla. „ „ ',-,•. Member ef The Associated Press: The Associated Press Is entitled exclusively to the use for republlcatlon of i all the local news printed In this newspaper, as well as all AP news dispatches. . . . ' Fiineral Directors OAKCREST FUNERAL , HOME INSURANCE . . . AMBULANCE 2ND & HAZEL . . , PHONE 7-2123 AD-1 Mo. TF For Sole . 'Layoway Open oh BIKES AND DOLLS OKLAHOMA TIRE & SUPPLY COMPANY. PEANUTS and popcorn. C. E. Spring, 12 miles southeast on Highway 4. Emmet. Route L 22-Gt 27-3t Hope 'B' Teanl hays Here Hope "B" boys who have been playing some mighty fine football in. the past three games, will take on a powerful Texarkana team tonight at 7:30 in Hammons stadium. 1947 JEEP Station Wagon. .Radio heater, overdrive, good condition. Sale or trade. Phono 7-4597. 28-3t Camden Favored to Best Hope Here Friday By .RAY STEPHENS LITTLE ROCK W — For four weeks in a row, we've followed the form and picked Arkansas to lose, and each time the undefeated Raxorbacks have crossed us up. Now, we're ready to give in. Still following the form, like anyone elso who splits $2 bets at Oaklawn, we'll take the Razorbacks to win over Texas A&M at College Station next Saturday. The Aggies, playing their first your under Paul (Bear Bryant, '-— 'have-only one triumph against four For Rent LOVELY air-conditioned one and two bedroom apartments redecorated inside and out. A nice place to live for reasonable rent. J. I. •LIEBLONG' REALTY CO. Phone 7-2228. . 5-tt HOUSE ja'cks; Wire stretchers, Post losses this year,- while Arkansas has whipped five opponents, • including four top-drawer'teams. On thin basis, il looks as though Arkansas can pick its own score, but we'll settle for 14-7 victory. With Arkansas playing out of ttate, the fans will focus their attention to the Saturday night clash between Arkansas Tech and Arkansas A&M at Monticello. The Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference title probably rides on the outcome of this contest .be- .1955 fcontiac Star Chief Custom Catalina thiiriftfy, flctofee* 28,19S4 (State. Georgia over Alabama, Juke over Gf-crgia Tech. Auburn ivcr Tulane. Florida over Missis- ippi State. Kentucky over Villa- lova. North Carolina Stale over Furman, Mai-yland over South Car- >lina. Tennessee, over North Caij|. _>lina. Florida State over Virginia Military. Virginia Tech over Wil iam S: Mary, Wake Forest over Clem son. . SOUTHWEST: Texas Christian over Baylor, Texas over Southern Methodist. FAR WEST: Cincinnati over College ot Pacific. Montana over Colorado A&M. Montana State over Idaho State. Southern California over Oregan tate, Stanford ove Washington State, Brigham over Utah State, Utah over Idaho, Oregon over Washington. "Vogue" two-toning and ne\v panoramic body styling enhance the long sleek look of the all new 1955 Poritiac Star Chief 'Custom' Catalina. Powered with Pontiac's new 180 h.p. Strato-Streak V-8 overhead valve engine, the very popular Catalina is offered in Star Chief Custom arid Chieftain 870 models. hole diggers, Tarps, Reaves Bar-Kwcen defending champion A&M gain House and Pawn Shop, 205 S. Walnut, Phona 7-2471. 18-1 Mo. NICELY furnished 4 room apartment and bath. Private entrances 7-3497. 23-tf FIVE room home with bath on large lot. 1 Phone 7-2532 or' 7-2894. 212 S. Washington 28-3t 1103 Foster. Inquire at Franks & Son. Garland Pate. 25-3t THREE room house for colored family. Liehts. water and sewage. Phone 7-2894. Miss Lillie Middlebrooks. , 26-3t FURNISHED 3 room apartment. Private bath and entrance, Newly decorated, 419 South Elm, Phone 7-3138. 27-4t NICE duplex apartment - three and undefeated Tech. The Boll Weevils also arc unbeaten, in conference play, but -lost their, lost outing to Delta State of Mississippi 340. Tech had a tough time getting by Little .Rock Junior College last week, winning by only 9-6. but we think the Wonder Boys have too much for the Aggies and look for them to score a convincing decision -say 28-7. . 'Arkansas State Teachers should end a six-game losing 1 " streak Saturday night when it takes on inaot Ouachita at Arkadelphia, and Hen derscin should .win by to touchdowns. The Henderson-Hcndrix game is Friday night at Arkadelphia. Southern State takes a night off Saturday from the Aid race to play Little Rock Junior College at Magnolia. LRC surprised everyone by holding Tech to a narrow West Fifth street. Call. FOSTER REALTY CO. 217 South Main Phone PR 7-4691 rooms and bath. Located at 404 margin, but the Muleriders have been rolling since losing to Toch,' early in the season. We take South ern by one touchdown. Arkansas' Freshmen moot the yearling of Oklahoma A&M at Stillwell Friday. It's a toss-up, but FEMALE pointer bird dog with the little Porkers haven't lost yet, brown spots. Frank Schooley, 201'so let's stay with 'em and say Taken Up Edgewood, Phone 7-3323. 26-3t Notice HERN^ON CORNELIUS . BURIAL ASSOCIATION Largest and Oldest in South Arkansas. Call 7-5505 for our agents A23-1 Mo. Instructions CLASSES in tap, acrobatic, ballet and toe. Katharine Windsor, 104 E, 14th. Phone 7-3327, 22-1 mo. For Sale or Rent TWQ Business buildings on Front Street, next to Pool hall. If interested, qontact A. S. Williams, 300 E. 7th. Texarkana, Ark. Phone 7-5860 or 22-6666. 19-1 Mo. SO YOU ARE Disgusted After trying to find suitable employment, you have become disgusted. You are tired of answering ads only to find they are just they'll win by one point. Nobcdy has more troubles than Arkansas State, and there's reason to expect the Indians to In the other high schools con- Wanted WANTED TO BUY ' One inch rough green Ook Lumber — regular lengths and tie siding, For prices and specifications write — GURDQN LUMBER COMPANY PEIRNB, ARKANSAS change their losing ways when they play Memphis -State Saturday night at Memphis. We like Memphis by at least two touchdowns. Only two conference games are scheduled for Friday night in the Big Seven. El Dorado should bounce back from last week's loss a'tot "of "bunk"br"ma"ybe you'are'> Little Rock by-trimming Texar- already, employed and are dis- kana, and North Little Rock is our gusted with low pay, long hours, choice to drop much-beaten Pine strikes and layoffs. Or you may Bluff be disgusted because in your present position you have no op- , , „. , portunity to advance .m salary or ® t ?/ J1weT , u v responsiWlity. .' If that is the case you should know! about our company. Belinvu me I do hot have any fly-by-night, set-rich-quick scheme. What I Ho have is a booklet prepared especiaHy for you entitled — Money and You This booklet will explain to you the earnincs and opportunities that you will have with our company right here in Arkansas, If you desire to change employment or are presently unemployed drop a card or letter to — MONEY AND YOU, P. O. BOX 1488. LITTLE ROCK, ARK. The book will be sent to you and Benson Leads Porkers in Total Offense By RAY STEPHENS ' . FAYETTEVILLE "I/PI — A substitute tailback whose passing and ticking supposedly arc too weak 'or him to play first string ?s cading the unbeaten Arkansas Ra- xorbacks in total offense. Bubby Bob Benson, a high school Hash at De Queen who played one season as. a freshman at Oklahoma yjfore coming to the university, iop.° all, the Razorbacks on offense. Benson, a fast, elusive runner, lias been playing with the second Arkansas team because his passing and kicking don't measure up to :he performance .of. the No. 1 tail- cark, Geor-ge Walker. But statistics for the first five games show that Benson has a setter completion average than Walker, and not one of the firey little back's passes- have been intercepted. Three of Walker's tosses have been grabbed by opposing players. Benson has run for 235 yards n 46 carries and completed eight it 13 passes for 176 yards and two touchdowns. That's a total of 411 net yards gained; a rushing average of 4.6 and a pass comple [ion average of .615. While ahead, in total offense, Benson trails Walker in passing nnd fullback Henry Moore in rushing. Walker has completed 14 of 30 passes for 199 yards and one touchdown for a completion average of .466. The smooth tailback also has picked up 3.7 rushing average with 165 yards on 39 carries. Walker is second to Benson in total offense with 364 yards. Moore boasts a healthy 5.1 average with a net gain of 315 yards 63 carries. Benson is second; Walker third. Moore's understudy, Joe Bill Wilson, has a 4-3 average w-th 125 yards gained on 29 rushes. Blocking back Preston Carpenter, hero of the victories over Bay- Little Rock over Memphis Cen- ral. . . . Joplin, Mo. over Fayette- vilje. Jonesboro over Brinkley Springdale over Rogers. . .Su jiaco over Catholic High of Little flock. Van Buren over Harrison . . Clarksdale, Miss., ever Blytheville ., . . Stuttgart over Forrest City. ; . Newport over free of charge. 25-3t POSTED. No hunting or trespassing on my stock farm. 2 miles south of Hop. Thanks. Elbert May. 26-Gt Lost RED Plastic billfold on -Highway 67. Finder keep money but return papers to Cecil McCorkle Hope I^oute 2. 25-3t MALE and female beagle puppies 2VJ! months old - black, tan and Classen Picks Porkers But With Warning By HAROLD CLAASSEN NEW YORK — I/PI If the graphy experts ever remap United States they will have to include a wide canyon, running frorrt coast to coast and from border to border. It .will be identified as Upset Gulch. It will be partly filled with foot- hall forecasters and tonms who C£.nl keep up with the facts in this oh me, oh my ?eason. Last week this corner had 31 correct calls and 22 wrong for a .587 >ver Drake, Kansas £lale ovoi Cansas, Michigan State 'over Min icsota. Missouri over Nebraska. Oklahoma A&M over Tulsa, Houson over Wichita. SOUTH: Miami (Fla) over Forcl- •.anv, Mississippi over Louisiana geo- the average, the lowest ever registered during lor and Ole Miss, is leading pass receiver. the team's The .junior Atkins . . Jackson- ville . ,. Conway over Searcy. Benton over ville . . , C onway over Atkins . . Russcllville over Malvern . . Camden over Hope , Smackover over Crossett. . . Magnolia over Fordyce Huntsvill" over Siloam Springs. Balesville over Walnut Ridge . Paragould has grabbed eight passes for 159 yards and two touchdowns. End Jerry McFadden has caught four passes for 62 yards, and blocking back Bobby Proctor has caught three for 28 yards and one touchdown. Walker is way ahead in punting The sophomore from Rison has kicked 24 times for 1,018 yards an average of 42.4per kick. Benson, the only other punter on the sound, has a 37.3 average for seven kicks, which were good for 261 yards. Moore's 36 points leads all scorers. Carpenter is second with 24; Walker has 23,' and Benson has tallied 13 points. over Pocahontas. Earle. Nashville Osceola over over Men a St Anne's of Fort Smith over Hartford. . .. Morrilton over din" ton . . . Helena over Wynne . .' ( De Queen over Horatio . . . Lake Village over McGehce, Warren over Monljcello Mack's Plea to Fall on Deaf Ears By OSCAR FRALEY NEW YORK, (UP —A personal dramatic plea by Connie Mqck that the ball club he managed for jf>0 years be kept in Philadelphia white. Lpst in Beverly Hills area. j was expected to fall on some di>af Buddy Mhoon. 28-3t Salesman Wonted 19 Services Offered Sff renpvatjon «nd work- Cobb Mattre»s Co. South WB9tUl}|^a- Phone 4-tf WANTED: A gpod reliable-man to supply customers with pawleigh Products in Hope or North Hempstead County. Write Rawleigh's Pept. AKJ-641-127, Memphis, Tenn. 28-U ears' today when the American League opens its fourth f'shijw- down" meeting on the fate of ilie Philadelphia athletics. PMJM.PWQ Repairs, Call Tjfteo 1^)^, 7-3407, 1§4 Mo. Help Wanted SALESMAN wanted to sell the famous Ama'na Freezer and Food PJan. Also Saleslady on part time. Sales Draining furnished. Write, Box C in care of Hope 88-3t Lost Night An authoriatativc source repoiie-3 that the owners of tlie other league clubs probably will disapprove [the saly of t,hc Mack family's stock* iii the club to a syndicate ot eight Philadelphia businessmen. That would leave the Macks only the alternative of selling !ths stock to Arnold Johnson, iChicHgo real estate man who heads;! group desiring to transfer the Ictics to .Kansas, City. \ "Mr. Mack," 93 years young anVl belpved by millions of baseball fans throughout the nation jas'tfte Bryant Had Chance to Be Porker Coach By TOM DYGARD FAYETTEVILLE, — There's a good chance Bear Bryant could be in Bowden Wyatt's' shoes right now, if he had wanted it that way. Wyatt is the coach of the un beaten Arkansas Razorbacks, lead ing team in the South west Conference and No. 4 team in the Associated Press football poll. Bryant, whose Texas Aggies play Arkansas at College Station, Tex. Saturday night, has seen his foot ball team win only one game this year. He's got a thin squad, which became considerably thinner when several players quit. When Wyatt's successor, Otis Douglas, resigned at the end o the 1952 season, Arkansas boosters made a lot of noise about hiring Bryant away from the Universitj percentage 1 years of picking supposed winners. The sea son's figures are 19.7 right, 85 wron* for .695. Here arc this week's picks: Ohio State over Northwestern: Northwestern has nobody, but nobody to compare with • Howard ^Hopalong) Cassady. Oklahoma over Colorado: John Bayuk, Colorado's famed fullback, will find that Oklahoma line too tough. UCLA ever California: Too much Uclnn power but Paul Laisen of the Bears may -keep it from be coming a route. Arkansas over Texas A&M: Bui with full warning that many strange things have happened under a Texas moon and this game is a night affair. Army over Virginia: The Cadets have come a long, way since dropping that South Carolina opene Notre Dame over Navy: Tho first odds this week had Navy a 12- point favorite but off their games with Pittsburgh, the Irish are 3 points better than the Middies. . West Virginia over Pittsburgh: The all-winning Mountaineers meet their second test of the season and it could be tough. Iowa over Wisconsin: The Hawk- yes, by statistics, have the be«t ass defense in the land. They are pick in the belief they can Iso stop 'Alan (The Horse meche. Penh State over Penn; Your elevision attraction, in which tho eflated Penn Staters start \vilh neir comeback. Skipping, over the others without oinment: RlDAY George Washington over Rich- nond. Marquette over Detroit )enyer over NOW Mexico, Wofforrl ver the Citadel. ATURDAY . ' ' EAST: Boston College over Xa- ier, Boston University over Buckell, Cornell over Columbia, Harard over Ohio University, Brown ver Lehigh, Colgate over Princa- on, Rutgers over Temple, Holy 2ross over Syracuse, Yale over Dartmouth. MIDWEST: Purdue over Illinois, Michigan over Indiana, Iowa Statci er riP Legal Notice No. 70U2 In the Chancery Court of Hempslead County. Ark. QUEKN ESTHER HAMILTON Plaintiff . vs. MARVELL HAMILTON Defendant -» WARNING ORDER ^"' The defendant, Maryell Hamilton is warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff, Queen Esther Hamilton. Witness my hand and the seal of siiid court this 2Gth day of October 1954. G-arrett Willis. Clerk By L. C. Bycrs, D. C. fSEAL) L. E. Grain, Atorrioy for Plainti John P. Vesey, Attorney Ad Oct.' 28, Nov. 4, 11, 18 laintiffc • LitenT Serving You Since 1896 FREE DELIVERY — DIAL 7-4431 Small Whole Cured HAMS No Center Removed ther readj "grand old man" of the ^ame. jjias steered clear {if the bitter wrangl p| Kentucky. At the time, were'vwmory Bryant was to leave anyway, , Bryant j? 3 niimve of Fordyce Ark-, although he played his col lege football at Alabama. Before Wyatt's name entered th pjcture, several boosters of th Arkansas football team decided vacancy ip theAead football coach in$ joT) provided a good opportun ty Ja sh«w ^yy^nt the Arkansa ., , ^^ never §e?n fa All Meat Sausage Lbs. Good Stew Meat Lbs. Sirloin Steak Lb. Round Steak Lb. FRESH EGGS Small Fat HENS 3 to 4 Pounds Pure Ground Beef Lbs; Beef Liver Lb. Arkansas campus. Rumors floated around to the :ffect that Bryant would be flown n from Little Rock to look at he Fayetteville campus. Univer- ity officials denied any knowledge Jf it. Nonetheless, about 10:30 one win- ry morning, Bryant walked in the jack door of the Arkansas field louse. He went into the head coach'j room in the basement of- he field hpuse, Douglas already was gone, but several of his assistants still were on the campus. Bryant remained sehind the closed office door for about a half hour, talking with Douglas' former assistants. When he came out a photographer took one picture and then Bryant agreed to pose for another. He told a reporter that he still nad ties at Kentucky, that he was just "looking around." Bryant talked a few minutes with Glen Rose, the Razorback basketball coach, and then drove to the airport \yhere he flew out of Fayetteville. A few days later the newspapers carried a'story quoting Bryant as saying he had decided to stay -§tt Kentucky. The next year he left. Jn the meantime Arkansas hired a young single wing coach named Bowden Wyatt, who had befn enjoying great success at $& yni- of Wyoming, Doz. 303 Can Corn 6 Cans 3 Lb. Ctn. Shortening PORK LOIN ROAST T-Boine Steak Lb. Chuck Roast Lb. 25 Lb. Lightcrusr FLOUR With Coupon Large Pet Milk 303 Can Tomatoes 6 - 79 { Lb, SKINLESS WEINERS PURE LARD Pail HAMS thuiiJoy, October* $8,1$54 HOP! STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS V . >* 4 J Man Shot in Hunt for KANSAS CITY (Al Robert R. f iumiH, 2.5, was r,hol and critically oundcd last night in the hunt for a i at. His sister, Mrs. Rhoda Brown, 34, told police, Brumitt told her to fire at the dodent while he 1 moved a trash barrel where the rat had been hiding. She raid she never hnd fired n pistol, but her brother told her to "just aim and fire." She said while her brother the bairel. she closed her and fired, Brumitt \vaa struck in the back What About Your RADIATOR? Now is the time' to have it checked and fixed before cold weather arrives. We have a good stock of good used radiators for all make cars and trucks. / WYLIE GSass & Salvage Co. West 3rd Street , V8 Power., Complete Re-styling Mark Chevrolets Presidentto Visit 4 Cities on Friday 6y LYLE C. WILSON WASHlNGfoN (UP) dent Eisenhower said today he hopes to make a flying tour of Presi- lour cities Friday in an to stir the voters out of A styling Advance from any point of view claimed by the company for 1955 Chevrolcis. The lulest lineup of 14 models 1ms been, completely reslyled nnd in uddition incorporates the -widest array of chassis improvements ever offered by Chevrolet on. a new model. Lower, fleeter lines are accompanied by new frames, new suspensions, new operating devices knd new power. .AVi(h fhe. optional Poworglidc or overdrive and new V8 engine plus two six-cylinder engines, u customer has a choice of six "power packages." The Bel Air 4-door sedan is pictured above. PRESCOTTNEWS District P. T. A. Meeting to Be Held Here Mrs. H. B. Bailey, director, dis- rict 14 of the Arkansas Congress if Parents and Teachers, has scheduled the annual fall meeting for he District in Prescott October 28. The chief speaker will be Miss Dema Kennedy. Chicago, field consultant for the Arkansas Congress of Parents and Teathers. She"w!T? speak on the theme of the meeting. Strengthening Communities Throufih 'Effective P. T. A. Leadership." Mrs. Bailey succeeds Mrs. J. A. Oswalt, El Dorado, as director. District fourteen is composed of 45 Parent Teacher units with a membership of 12,072 in five counties- Nevada, Ouachita, Columbia, Union, and Calhoun. All units are expected to send delegates to the Prescott meeting. Mrs. Bailey is a former president of the Fairview P. T. A. in Camden and of the Ouachita County Council. She has served as chairman of the committees, on program and recreation. Mrs. Imon Gee. Mrs. Gil Buchanan and Mrs. W. ?. Denman , were guests. Othei members present included Mrs. J A. Yancey. Mrs. J. V. Fore, Mrs. Homer Ward and Mrs. J. B. Hesterly. A dainty dessert course was ser ved. Hines,, Mrs. Christine McMahen, Miss Norvelle Wren and Mr. Thorne Hesterly' saw the ice revues in Little Rock Saturday, evening. ... Mrs. Powell •' |i J^f Hostess To ' '" ' 1V :I': ; Canasta Club ' '' ." ' Mrs. Fred Powell was hostess to the 1950 Canasta Club at her home "Guildforrt Lodge" on Friday afternoon. ; Lilacs and daisies In artlstlcT'ar- rangements decorated the rooms arranged for the players. High score honors were held by Mrs. Powell and second high by RALPH MONTGOMERY GROCERY AND MARKET S. MAIN Phorie 7-3361 Good riews for House Wives. This is no trick, but o treat for your' guide to Big Savings on 52 Del Monte items this-week. These Prices Good Through Nov. 6th Del Monte Yellow CORN No. 303* . Cans D.el Monte TOMATO JUICE 10 $1 DEL MONTE SPINACH 10 N S 03 nf $1 W. M. U. Business Wbmens Circle Meets The Business Women's Circle of the W. M. U. of the First Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs. Edwa*rd Bryson on the evening of October 21st. The chairman. Miss Bertha Gray, opened the meeting and conducted the business at which time the hand books were given to each one present and discussed. The group voted to sponsor the Jr. G. A.'s of the church with Miss Betty Wilson sponsor. The Dixie Jackson state mission offering was taken. Mrs. Hardin Bradley presented a program on "Making Straight A Highway." The firoup sang "When I survey The Wondrous Cross." and "My Faith Looks Up To Thee." Mrs. Bradley gave the devotional from Isiah 43 and Matthew 3rd chapter. Mrs. A. S. Buchanan told of the First Mission Field in China, Mrs. Brozie Haynie the Mission Field in Africa, Mrs. Bradley the Mission Field in Latin America, Mrs. Howard Graham the Mission Field in Russia the conclusion was given by Miss Gray. After the program Mrs. L. L. Buchanan received the first chapters of the study book "Land of Many Wonders." A delectable .salad course was served at the close of the meeting. Mrs. C. W. McKelvey and Mr. Charles McKelvey of Little Rock were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs J. H. Bemis, Mrs. McKelvey remained for a longer visit. Cabinet Meet on Television Unprecented By ED CREAGH FOP James Marlow WASHINGTON — W Nothing quite like this has been seen >be fore in the often picturesque his tory cf this republic. You flipped a switch, you waited for your television screen to come alive, then there you wern in the middle of a meeting between ' the President of the United Stales and his Cabinet. The time was 7 p. m. yesterday. The place 'was the Cabinet Room of the White House, its ereen walls a vague gray on the TV screen. The star thought he drew President Eisnhower into the spotlight with him — was Sec etary of State Dulles. . First you saw the room itself, with its long coffin-shaped table. Next the Cabinet members filed in all men except Secretary o-f Welfare Oveta Gulp Hobby. Finally through the same door in the rear, came Dulles back from Paris only a few hours — and the President. -Eisenhower sat down, smiled, folded his hands. "Mrs. Hobby and gentlemen... ' he began, and the first Cabinet meeting ever to go on the air, or to be reported by nesvsmen on the spot, was under way. What were the reporters and the radio microphones and the TV cameras doing there? When a re quest was made to open up this meeting, the President said, he do cided "for this -one time" — tq let all the Ameria,cn pepple hear a report of vital importance to them. Then about effort what he called apathy and stim t'.late a large turnout at the polls for the Nov. 2 elections. Mr. Eisenhower told his news conference that because of a crowded schedule, Friday of thi-; work would be the only day he cevld get away before tho elections. He said he expects to make a definite decision about the trip within n few hours. The President will not fly in a government plane, but use a chartered commorcial craft. He will make a maximum of four stops which he did not identify. He will appear only at aiiporU. -He said he would Hire to get out for at least one day and do a bit of stirring up, dramatizing his desire to get ot a big vote. He said he had received complaints of voter apathy, complaints which he does not under stand and which he wants to remedy. Asked whether he thought this apathy stemmed from voter- "dis°nchantment" with the administration program, the President with obvious displeasure shot'"back. at the questioner what did the reporter expect him to answer. Mr. Eisenhower, added that ons reason for the voter apathy was, as he put it the United States feels they have gotten what they want and why worry. There is too much satisfaction. George Raft Sued for £10,000 LOS ANGLES i.*l Actor Raft was sued for $10.000 damages yesterday as n 'result of a three* automobile free\Vay collision. Miss Virginia SuldVvafe alleged the actor's ear hit'the rear of one in which ?he was tiding last Jan 9. She accused ttaft of negligence and said the $10,000 represents medical card arid lost earnings. Also .homed'a defendant was Donald Frahkel, .whose car hit Raft's in the pile-up. Says GOP Not Dead Merely Hibernating PlTTSBt/RCJH — W) Atty. H. D Hirsh told ast riigfil that tite CfdP isft*t •but merely hJberttotfftg/ 1 At that precise iftothettt' a, pictuie of FtesideiU , 'ell from a wall and htt h&tt ;he head. . , "" nnd APPLES WHofssil* * ARKANSAS BLACKS * DELICIOUS * REB OELlCiaUS CAGE RUSSELL'S CURB .. BOUNCING CONSIGNMENT ,LOS ANGLES, (UP —A truck driver threw traffic in the down town area into mild pandemonium yesterday when part of his load o intimate objects fell from the truck into the street. 'Horns tooted and motorists hoot ed as the red-faced driver scurried among stalled autos, ^ranticall trying to retreve a bouncing signment of "falsies." Dr. and Mrs. O. G. Hirst were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Allan Greeson in Little Rock and saw the ice revue and Ark-Ole Miss, game. PEACHES Del Monte Halves or Slices No. 2-i Cans $1 GUM Extra Special Pkgs. lOc TURNIP GREENS Bunch lOc BISCUITS Puffin Can 10c BEEF ROAST Lb. 29c SAUSAGE All Meat Mixed Lb. 25c DEL, MONTE TOMATO PekMont;e CUTPIANS Pel SUGAR PEAS 4 Cpns 80lC Pel Pel Monte CATSUP 2 Bot Pel'Mont? pineapple JUICE E No, 2 SOc Qrushed Miss Loyce Stewart and Mrs. ob' Stewart have returned from /Tonroe, La., where they were the uests of Mr. and Mrs. iel. Harry Da- Mr, and Mrs. H. O. Barber have eturned to Shreveport after a vi- it with Mr. and Mrs. Wilburn Wil- Mr. and Mrs. Harrell Hines and on, Johnny, James Roy Phillips nd Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Danner of Arkadelphia saw the Ark-Ole Miss. ame in Little Rock Saturday, Mr. 'and Mrs. Pat Combs and an of El Dorado were weekend ;uests of Mrs. C. D. McSwain. Candidate Faubus, You Are Hereby Offere '1,000 • 7 • * ' , "••,•*%' 5 ' /vis Payable to the Democratic State Committee, if/ not later than Sat., Oct. 30, 1954, you will: [ • '] -, *" f fl 1. Make public ALL the applications you filed with the U Office Department; and , , •* 1. Make public the Loyalty Oath ybu executed'as a ..—.-,- -.-C-S-M* U. S. Army Reserve THIS YEAR before announcing for Governor, * ^, , *™,^ ? j* ift, 3BH** Do You dare do this, Kir. Rernember YOU SAID the FBI had cleared you in the College matter; the U. S. Department "of Justice NEVER cleared you 1 • ,-. «• ,;- t TIME HAS COME FOR PROOF,,MR.\FAU? The public is entitled to the TRUTH, BEfORE the Election/ ,'>'. • • - ,' , <* 'W^ This reward money is on deposit to the account* o P. Branscum, trustee, in the First National Forest, Green Forest, Arkansas. \ . ;- -;• ••..-.-' , , , Pol. Adv. Paid for by Citizens-For-Clean-Elections. George P^Brans Chairman, Little Rock, Ark. 4 "» ' ^ '*^ Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gordon, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ward, Dr. and Mrs. C. P. Arnold Billy and Cyn- hia, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Cole, Mr. 'an Beasley of Laneburg, Mr. and VIrs. Joda McGuire attended the Arkansas-Ole Mss. game in Litle Rock Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. McMahen and Betsy Jane were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert McMahen in Little Rock. Mrs. McMahen attended the State Board meet- ng of Federation of Music Clubs. Mr. McMahen attended a fertilizer School at the Marion Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Joe R. Hamilton were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Brown in Beebe and they all attended the Arkansas- Ole Miss, game in Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Cox have returned to Fulton after spending the weekend here. Dulles, his tie a little pencil that got lead all over them, gave his report: a story of a new spirit of Western unity flow ering on the grave of the European Defense Community. "History," said John Foster Dulles, "will not soon forget..." Dulles spoke fluently, rarely referring to his sheaf of notes. Breaking a cardinal rule fior TV appearances, he didn't talk ^direct ly at the camera and thus to the people watching on television, He talked mostly to the President. You asw only the side of his face. But you had a feeling of being in on a direct conversation with the President, • who doodle^ from time to time on a .paid of paper. As a TV production, all this was hastily arranged. ,Yet there was time for a ' few showmanlike touches in the manner of Robert Montgomery, the White House TV adviser. Cabinet members broke in for instance with well-timed questions added variety to Dulles recital, although Secretary of Afi 1 riculture Benson almost missed one cue. Now and then the camera flick ed to other faces: Secretary of Defense Wilson, on Eisenhower's left, intent and solemn. — Atty. Gen. Brownell, whose right ear alone showed in many of the pictures, alert and quizzicale when you could see him head on. Dulles wound up v/ith a warm tribute to the President. He said the Paris and London agreements were "very largely" the result of Eisenhower's leadership. The Pres ident, jn turn, praised Dulles for a "brilliant" job and said 7nayb3 all hands should give him a rising vote of thanks. Ncbody . seemed quite surp whether to rise then or wait until later, however. And the first Cap inet meeting ever held from coast Mr. and Mrs. Wells Hamby spent the weekend with their daughter Mrs. Wide £ell and family in Little iRock and saw the Arkansas- Ole Miss. game. Mrs. C. A. Wynn and Mrs. Warren Kjnney were weekend guests pf Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Scott in, arkana. to coast, so to sppak, pncled o|i this note of mild indecision. NOW UNDER New Management • ' . ^^^r » * , .U ^> -?*% -V..J 141!'. Hope Locker Processing Co. Inc. H.W.Phillips 415 South Main — Phone 7-2701 , |J '•.'"'" 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