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Jir?-- ftrr* J |p ^JjT^r^ /ilf, &,?(&,»; tf^watfSf* 11 p^ ^jpfc'ty^ • r -• ' 1 HO PI STAR, HOP I, ARKANSAS rt«wv« ib* MfM *» 11, adwrdltnMmt «» lilcolfon and W «|»et bl* odvtriwlna »»*• Men •« tOUflt , will n*t In want to ow n^M OHl od on Ineorroct STAR 1*11 f TWO dUhwnihcrB. Apply Manner Diamond Ca(t, • A-2fl-tf ISKD 9(1 iqiiora till roollnK. Phono ?<4N1 17-31 M Wt«l*J KA«V^»»Ti, ii 1 mallsr el lltlT* *f Hi* ItffMM •» iflptlon Katti (porobU In «*• "ewdw in Hap* ond ..... ^'TZ 3,00 *mtMt*qd, Nevada, M(ll*f cam* ttw It antliM »«t- MU (w mHWllraikm iwwi fflnttd In »Wl *»ll 01 oil A» nmon Wanted 180 r y, lu For InUr wuuami, im l J?or«dt>, Ark J8-3 1*1, One Soddlt -i. r ordlaw r«»»w*blB t>rlc«». Bun*, location 4 fnflt* north oft *rovlftl Offwnd ftotd. A. W. Dl6r«th, Phont 14m, 8'IM BA imv8l. oUy ir»v«), mnd, top loll, and mi dirt. Call Jtito 8i n . Btnlr, Phone 7-WW, S4.1M (KW honi* on North 8tr«et, Bli lot n*ar church »nd ncbool, Good locution, Ownsr Jwvlng towft. Hhono 7-Mtfl. 18-Ot ROOM MODKHN HOME! -~ Kx- tre rtlco, ntjlc f«n, venttlnn blind*, |«rait*, lun porch, 2 fine lot*, btttutlful ynrd, paved utraet, Located *t 200 llin.t 13th dtroet. Shown only by sppolnt- Cult 7-IMI, FLOYD PO«TKBPmf,0 A SON 10-Ot HKDROOM houio. Hardwood floor*. Carport. r»nc*d backyard Cloic to high ncliool, Phone 74810, 17-dt WltlTK fBC8 b*l(«r calf; I black And tun mole houndi. Dial 7-OOOt kittens Lose to De Queen by 13-6 Tolly Th« flobkllUni of Hop* tn*lr sratm at DeQucen )fl»l night w#fe nbk» to »w<? only on« touch down nnd lo»i by n n to o »<-(-n- Jfopp'a tolly e«m«J on a 30 yiml pass play (ft End Larry C»x who carried ncron (he double *trlpi>H. Starting for Hope: End*. thpj Co* »Miy«, r,«»ry and Henry; j crr yj Rnwirbarks Crawford and i*'-*"""* «n.-...i ...' tackle; Chni-l.'s 25,000 to See Porks Open Season OVT OF DOORS ullh By CARL BELL MTTI.K HOCK ! hc-iivily wh«-n (Hid i and Itlrhftrd fitroud nt| A - ft M •'* Crawford find Jim-'"" lt "' l!)r>: i — ItevcnRo in the minds the Arknnnnn O k 1 a hoirin kick the lid football xc-nnon In Wnr my Flnctwr nt guard*: Trnvl» Pur- tl#, eontitr; Hill linden, quarter. B»ckj Ha|fb»ek», st«vc Mnrlow, nnd Roy Mullini nod William Per. Kln« at FullDntk •y The Asi»elal«d Preis NATIONAL UKAOUB w Drooklyn New Vork 01 IIH IU BO L 54 ft7 01 (If) 73 Pel .828 Stadium here tomorrow Wonttd ,VAIT«K»8., Experience not n«c< eauiefy, Apply in porion only, Snack Shop, 400 K Third. I04f Notkt ,l.L PERBONH intfrented n v xqunrc ilanoe lonnonH contnct Andy Andr«wrt 'fit 7-8301, N«w clitNrt b»'||lnn Octdher a, ID.VJ. 10-tf Homt Study Cours* in Rparti time, Uljilomn. Kit i?lnR«pN. Toxin furnltihiHl. WrJtft for free booklnt. Amortc»r» School. StOQA Alwbumn, Kort Smith, Arhnnna», S-li-lm HOOM furnl«h«a n|inrtin»r>t, l»rl vats bath, Kl^otrlo box, No child r«n. Mr*, judnon. 220 North Philadelphia Clti'cjtanntl tH 82 .4.1(1 Bo»u>n (M 1)2 .-KM 'Pittsburgh 41 108 .275 •pflday'e Schoriuled .Brooklyn »t Uoston — Hoc (11-2) v« Surkonl (12-12). Nftxv York n( Philadelphia — (night) Mngllo (17-7) v* Simmon* U2-fl). 81 .,Louis nt Chicago — Miller (0-21 Vtt Kllppsttfln (H-13). Ctnclnnttl at Pittsburgh —(night) WehmeUtr Ifltl) v« Friend (fl-IUi. .Thursday's Results Nu Humes scheduled. Mrrnorln M«ht. Th»- AflKles would Ilko to ntone for that 42-7 [>;i-:titi(t handed thorn by Ai-k.trmis Slitlwutor lint )tnr. And th<- Kn/nrbiick *onlfir« ."Illl tlilnk «( thi.' riink urulordoK (.'< wboy I'lcvcn that upset them. IZ-7, lii-te two yciii-H »KO to stint them on tin 1 M'orxt grid seanon In Arkansas history. Arkmifii* Is favored n«aln thin time-, but .1 more certain winner lift-ins to be tho paying fan iikrii n lot nf offense. Though It's too einly In i hi- fall for them to fitfully pollxhe.d, th«-»e teams ponscus plenty of uttnckiiiK potciitlnl, no?' '""' Rw' l >»<'kn' split T offense ,' w "\ will feulurn n blx, fust and experienced backfleld ruled by many (if l ho finest In the Southwest Conference. 0:e Arkansas bnll-od- AMERICAN UEAOUE Now York Cli vcbuid Phllmlclphln lliiHtoli VV (III (III 77 711 7-1 71 r><) -III Pet ,(i07 .511!) .527 .fi!7 .am .-ID? ..Till Elm, ao-tt 4 worn (ipnrtmtmt. Hardwood floom. Uullt'ltiK. Private bnth and entrance. Cloic in. 90? 8hov«r St. Phono 7-4488. 19-tf ROOM houno, W »em pasture. Electricity, well water. U» in|)e« out. Phono 7-87M, 10-Ot FAHW, Good hind, 'good pasture. 9 room house on pnved highway. K«1U\'» ^ewolry. '- 17-31 ROOM fxirnUhud apartment. Private Iront and, buck ontrunceii, Couple, or working (tt'U. DU1 ROOM turnUhed. opurlrnvnt with until, 810 W. Oth, 8e« Volmu Qoo Dad'« Hamburger Stand, 17-31 FURN1$HftO 4 room/ uou»«. Fenced buukyiud, \Ywt 7th Stroel. Good location, Bill* not paid. 7-0780, . 17-31 Hi. i.mii.1 Detroit Friday's Schedule nbti'Olt lit Clisvelnnil — (night) Gray (12-1,1) v» Wynn (21-12). I'hiladttlphlu til New York — mmht) ShnnU (2:i-7) v« Kimchl (1(1-3). HoHton tit WuHhlntfton' — (nljjht) Hudson UO-11 ) v« Hniu'he/ U-l> lit 1 Fornli'U-d il<!(. Only ttiirni'» seh«?rtul«l. Thursday's Rtsults • No mimes Amerk-a Candidate Lit mar the do-evei-ylhiin; tniartcrback who j earned the AKKles' respect with anj fli-yurd touchdown run again.sli them last your — when he was! i. Hophoincpt'o. Porker Quarterback Coach Tommy Thompson nays Mcllan, :i hi.ndxomi! IDii-potmd blond, is a better runner, better passer, better punier and better signal culler thun he was a yenr ago. J'-lst (is xerious threats are Half- brick .lack Troxell. the team's .speed boy, nnd nerx —-Kullliuck Oun Club and) Youngster* By WARREN PAGE Shooting Editor A fellow In my job Inevitably belong* to quite a list of gun club* As n normal professional activity, he coniPd Into contact with many more. There Is one feeling all too common In men's shooting clubs -- tht-ir prejudice against youngsters on the range. The reason for that prejudice u pure, short-sighted adult selfish- neHS. I recall holding n membership in a very active small town club, This outfit had all It needed by way of equipment, pistol ran- «es out to 50 yards with enough filing points to hold blg-tlmt> mate-hen, jmicliee rifle ranges Jor big or small bore firing out to 200 yards, and a very fine Indoor gallery set up for the winter months. Some forward looking character. i proposed that even though the by- who | | ;iws prohibited full membership to any male under 18 the club .should start a program for the toen-riRers, a scheme to train kids which henven knows most kids In ."life and skilled shooting habits, need. The scheme got a. lot of loud vo- cnl support for o while and somo action; but eventually the old- timers found that teaching kids cut down their shooting time, or '.hat the ranges wore in use by a squad of small boys when they wanted to sharpen up for the Saturday nighl match, or that some kid had, as healthy kids will, engaged In a slight ruckus behind the firing point just as Joe Ex perl was squeezing for n record score. The youngsters Rot the heavcho. Now the club membership is Cool Canadian Air Spreads By The Associated Press Cool Canadian air ended n spell of mild weather over wide areas o! the country today. But It con- ,tir.ued warm over Southern and Western states And along the Atlantic Coast.' The cool air extended from the northern and central Great Plains to the Great Lakes region and the lower Ohio Valley. Temperatures dropped Into the 30's In Midwest aieis early today. Shower and thunderstorms were reported in advance of the cooler weather from New York state to Tennes Fee. Rain felt in parts of Montana but skies were mostly clear In other areas from the Mississippi Valley to the Pacific Coast. A record high reading of 100 was reported yesterday at Medford Ore. It was 99 in Oklahoma City ffidoy. Sgpremb»r 19,. 1952 Lebanon Is Taken Over byArmyHea4 shrinking yearly, and they've still got Hie mortgage to pay off. II hikes time and energy to Irain Wake Residents Housed in Tents HONOLULU -«* — Some 200 es young shooters, ;i certain amount! sential workers, housed in tents, littered junior filling holes created two power run- 1 by uradunliori losses, Coach Otis Lewis Carpenter I IXuiKlas just hopes the Porker do Arbe Fights Last Night By The Associated Pros* NEWARK, N. J. — Archie Me- Bride. IBOty, Trenton, N. J, out- . , iwlntt'd Jimmy Walker, 100. Plnln-j f'-nst- to bo considerably Imprtvod. fluid N, J. 10. I With two sophomores and a non- Hiill'bnck Muddy Stilton, offi-nslvo lint 1 will iMiinni-d liy Ictli'i-nipn ;it ovory \m: Illuti t'Xt-t-pt center iind rl(.{hl t-nd. On the oilier hand. A. & M. luis the nffenslve vi-rsiilility to keep thr Itii/.nrliMck.s' tif.lit , r )-l-2 derense on 11.<i tin's. The A|!/;ii.-.s will strike fr<iin both the T iind the pus-;- ciiiiscliiu.i sprend f(inn;illni\. IJi>! men in tin- Cowboy ntt.'ick iirt' QuiirterbiieU.s Dili Itridde and Uon Unborn, ci-iick piisser v.lui completed l'.!l tos.tt.-.s in 10,11. A pair of veteriin nmnors, Clunne Junes iind Honnlo Bennett, mnn tho halfback slots, with Klnu-r Stout. :i transfer who formerly slurred for Army, i\t fullbiick, A. & M.'s line, which will lUjfitOh th<- Ha/orbacks iilnuist pouncf fur pound, is niiiUo tip 'of four letter men and three newcomers. l.iirnoly beeause of Stout, a great linebacker, Angle Cuiich J. 15. (Ears! Whitworth expects bis de- s KOOI! us it was last Manager f el ise i season. Stadium Manager Allan Berry predicted a crowd of 2">,()()0 for the clash. Thai .still is 10,000 short of enpiicily at War Memorial Stiiclium lloth the A|!i!k.-s and tho Ra/or- bucks were to check Into Little I'tock today for workouts at the stadium tonight. Tomorrow night's kickoff will be at II p. m. The ginnc will be broadcast by :<7 stations of trte University of Arkansas Sports Network, pins stations at Oklahoma City r.nd Tulsii. PVobable offensive lineups: Okla. A & M WelHle I.E. Roller LT. Melnev I.O, Dry C, Warren TIG, Kendall ItT. I.alUio RE, Bredde QB, Ben r.iilt LIT, JOnos RH, Slout FB. Arkansas UoKiird LE, Garlinglon LT, Marshall I.G. Wntklns C. Dumas RG, Grnvos RT, Perry RE, McHnn QB, Troxell LU, Sulton Rlf, Carpenter FH. of devotion to the job that pays off only on a long term basis. A selfish concern with personal convenience, on the other hand, means no young shooters coming up, or coming up despite inattention, and eventually the onset of slow dry rot in the local club. .Jn very sharp contrast the shooting guys in some sections have the right Idea. Up in Connecticut, for example, at the big state small bore gallery championships which annually attract over a thousand competitors, many of them top> flight, they have regularly scheduled events for juniors and sub- juniors for which a small mob of teen agors register. Where do they all come from? The local clubs — not necessarily the school sponsored or American Legion sponsored clubs, for example, but from the small town stayed on stricken Wake Island today to clean up after one of the worst storms in Pacific history. A Military Air Transport plane left for Honolulu last night carry- inn the last group of more than 500 evacuees. Winds of more than 100-mile-an- hour velocity Tuesday flattened i.carly every building on the tiny U.S. coral atoll 2,300 miles west of Hawaii. Only four .persons were reported hurt, but unofficial damage esti mates ran to 10 million dollars. AP Correspondent San Carter reported from Wake that "only two women areleft — a nurse and a doctor's wife, who are needed to give injections and bandage cuts and bruises." Carter said it probably would be three or four months before Wake ir fully restored as an importanl BEIRUT, Lebanon Wi — Lebaij on's President, Bechara el Khoury resigned early today and thl Army's commander, Gen. Fuaj Shehnb, took over the presldentin functions pending election of a nevj chief executive by Parliament. Khoury'* resignation came afte a three-day general strike in Belru the capital, called by oppositlo| groups pressing for a cleanua government "corruption." * President El Khoury was thl first and thus far the only Presl dent of Lebanon. He was electel in 1843 after France ended ilf League of Nations mandate ovc the country and proclaimed ils ir dependence. He was re-elected fo «i six-year term in 1948. Though an oldtime patriot an fighter for Lebanese independence El Khoury losl support in 194 when he induced Parliament 0( amend the Constitution to perm ils re-election. Since then, his one vasl popularity has faded undc charges of scandals and corruplio leveled againsl him and his fain iy The general strike culminate a lengthy opposition campaig .spearheaded by Socialist leadc Kamal Jumblatl, lo limit the Pro ident's powers and institule ele toral, social and economic f forms. Since June the SociaF iind other faclions have demande tpenly that El Khoury go. The Army coup in Egypt whi toppled King Farouk from throne in July produced widespre clubs of shooting men. They go to the trouble of persuading mothers and fathers to turn liltle Johnny loose a few hours a week for range instruction. w: ' U ' r They scratch up kid-sized guns and equip 'cm with proper target sights or cut down target models to Johnny's size, so that whether or not the boy's Dad has the price of a proper rifle Johnny has one available to shoot. stop on the Korean airlift and on commercial trans-Pacific routes. Authorities said the island once more had an adequate food ant They schedule their own shooting hours so that the kids have a whack when kids can best do such things, and assign themselves in regular rotation as instructors. They set up inter-town competitions operating either under National Rifle Association programs or the rules of the Ranger program planned by .the Sporting Arms and Ammunition Manufacturers' Institute. The kids have a whale of n time. The curious point is that the grownups sponsoring them have a whale of a time, too (Distributed by NEA Service) Continued Page Two s. — Y /s riu ^ r.isu UNFUHNISWtD room*, CJo<« In m W, Division. , Phone, ROOM houmi. KI«ctrleUy, vun< nip* water and «a». 3 milvi out on old 87, Phone tmtW7. 18-31 R«ol Ettafrt for Salt . JWQ ACRJS »tock tarm ftu« ml- dent, Electricity, giu. fine barn »nd }«aflnt hou«f with el«otrkt> ty, All fencwd And cross tonwi. Fine woter, tt mi|«« from Hope, Ark., On highway, — School bus and Rural Kout«. White n«tihuor ho«J. Will |lv« iw**«MtQtt. 400 ACRfi itock ttmn. Tbfw h»U*«t pud uftnu, A jf<U, wring wat«r. 30tt *cr*« OP,«n. MM Minb*r «U ttnc*& l» 1004. U mUss^rom Hog*. FLOYD 4. SON DVK OPENED the door to them. "Nwicel" 8h« lick! out both hkhdt In « pretty gesture of welcome, then glRiiood at Uolph. Tho bright tmllo boc&mo tlxcd. But only for K moment, Sho turned KmVflly to Nonce und w«lted tor Ui« tntroduotion. ' It WM revelatory, THcr« wera tM*gt in Bvo'i p<i«( »A« \eaa fVct-p- lN0 q\tittl Wlittover eli« U was, thU waa not w> honeit marriage. N&noo felt a «urf0 of ptty Cor Jcre- my, She h»dn't known ihe would b« »orry (or him, wtd tho emotion, crowding out everything clae na lie got up w»d c«me townrda them, helped lv»r through the ailtlcult mectiag. •y«remy, thla la Rolph HUU»rd," Th« men shook h«nda, "VoU'r* lookint well," Jeremy »«ld to NWXJC. "Vou, loo." Tho polite amenlttea. Jeremy tfMn't look well. He looked too ftnely dotwn. and a nerve ticked M hl» temple. And I. Nance thoufht. h%vo lo*t ttve pound* by Kit'r bwhroom aoalea thla morn Football St. u, M Crojw* Bt«te Cwtral OkJahoma Wk Ar 13 A * M M, LlttU CoU««« I. l; g^PS^^y^y^^P^^^^^ ^&**^*J[ TON - Pr»«W«nt > Cftool, lnt> TN til^y UtUtf a you aatd lo brldft dltwmrortl But,K\*tt loo(t*d wonderful. Her tUUr WM * flowy cap, her eye* brilliant, and ah« had on a long black droaa, «traplew to ahow off her ahould«ra.' A UU)« too formal. Nanot thought, but K Eve knew, U diktat txrtSwr h«r. |6vt motlonw! Jwrtmy to untold » card uM«i biroufht a«h tr«y«, two d«ok» ot oard», a Bilv«r bowl o| mlnia. Cf»r4* did »w*y with Intimate MMk, Nance d)tcnv«r«<i You could lawir your ty«f to itudy your »ult without tetnt too oUvlous about avoiding anoUttr'a »y«». You could nut «verythlnt out ot your mind fat* tit» w«lloutoua arra&fanwnt of b«aru, dlwnonda, clubs, apadea. Itoii ft^utgi add ys bono^at tf^lgln king* tgajtntt ftCM, compoM your mouth behind «n u*rai»*d tan. Oh, w«» B^v«'a partner, Bv« B &n «MMUMd alaytr. although w** IWP^^W"* r^Fv* , w"*w»^^^*, bortdom, Nwet thougtit.~ Ith tho ace, and finessed Jeremy tic of the queen of spu'.los, thus mothering tho men put ot a good •ump tncit. Nanco thought, watch- ig. She /lad licr bid. She needn't tu'fl c/iead'd (o get it. Nanco glanced nt the others. !ve's fueo was Impassive, (tolph'a nooneerncd, Jeremy's . . . Jeremy •newt J e r c n y hud seen cJvc lanlpulato the cards. Evo-marked tho score, Rolph oftlt a now hand nnd they played it. At eleven-thirty, the telephone lUtg. Eve answered It, In the small al- ovo off the living room. Nunce card her suy. "I'm terribly sorry. Doctor Ireland is not at nome." Jeremy's ctmlr tipped is ne tunped up. Ha was across the oom tn three strides, and had the occiver troiu Eve. He was saying uletly, "What Is It? Ves . . . I'll bo right over." Eve, shoulders pressed against he wall behind him, frowned, She aid sulkily, "You don't have to ake every night call. Jeremy." 1 can't pick and chooao my hours, Eve." She pouted. "It's not fair." Jeremy got his bag. He said to Rolph and Nance, "Sorry, you two. t'8 «n emergency." And to Eve, 'Don't wait up (or me, darling." His hand touched net shoulder a moment, ant) then ne went out. Gv« flung neraelt crosswise Into big chair. "1 g«t awfully tired ot "laying second Addle to a scalpel Nance did not reply. Rolph said overcasually, "I saw •ou switch that card, Eve." She looked abashed for a mo ment, and then she tipped back her heat) and laughed. "Bridge is dead y! I thought I'd stir up some «x citemenu Why didn't you expose me, Rolph T I'd love to have seen Jeremy'* f&«!" "Jeremy knew you cheated," said Nance. "He saw you." "Oh?" Eve said, and looked at her. "You. too?" Nance made a movement ol weariness. "I think we'd better go, Rolph. I'm tired." "A djinfc?" live salt}, uncapping » decanter. Na«e« ahook her bead. Bve poured one for herself, and made mo move to keep Uxeui laager. Outside, "It was twfuV Naace Pid you see Jeremy's And afterward*, tbat Why did «Ue say ii« hat*a diahon« iu»« bia work, ot atan* c*U- Nanco shifted uneasily on th* 'Hthcr upholstery. "Is she In lovo vlth him?" "What do you think?" "1 don't know . . . Rolph, I'm cared! What will she do to him?" "Nothing that you can stop," he aid. "Jeremy made his choice. It's ,p to mm. And it's no use offering .dvlce, 1 tried that, Just once, with Steve—nnd got my knuckles apped." "Yes, Jeremy would loathe In- orference." Nance frowned. "Per- iapa, it lie tovea her enough, he'll overlook the small things." But she uiew that to Jeremy cheating at tirds and untruths on the tele- mono were not small tilings. Nor vere they to any person of Integ- •tty. On Monday morning, they drove back to New York. Eleanor said, You'll como again, soon?" with such p 1111 u I Hopefulness that Nance, holding tier tightly, whispered. "Soon, darling." She mustn't ot Eleanor see how it would hurt, always, coming back. Nor Bve. Eve would be elated with the tower to keep Nance away from icr home. Well, 1 won't let her, Nance ihought Even It tUlngs can't ever 30 the same, Eve needn't know. At east 1 won't concede her that triumph. Ahead of htm In the thin drtwsle ot rain which (rose as it fell on he nospital steps. Jeremy saw fiphraun Henry, chairmatn ot the hospital board and—despite tht age gap ot a couple ot decades— one of Jeremy's close frienda. Jeremy moved gingerly but with speed along the ice-coated walk, called. "Kphralm!" Abreast ot the older man, ne said, "Weather like Una will nil the emergency wards. can expect to work hall the night. I daresay." Ephnum Henry nodded. At the street he turned right, away from the hospital parkUig lot "Not driving today T" Jerwmy asked. Henry said gruffly, no. "I caught tho noon radio newsc«*t. Driven warned to stay off the roads. So lea.my car to the garage." He added. "I don't want to bo one ot your emergency «*#«•," "I'll run you home." -Thanks. Tht wmHs will *> m« good," U you alip ajtd f**otur* 00064." Jeremy criMML "Ow «** »and«d; U»yr» tftter tfe*& the «idewajtk«. CWiw »toof •* U« oiaar No Toleration for Reds Says Mr. Truman U. S. Seeks Out Buried Gold Tale LOS ANGELES W)—The govern rrent dug deeper today into the tale of 20 million dollars in buried golc At least four more Southern Call fornia men have been subpoenaet ior n federal grand jury investi gation of the fascinating case. Prosecutors declined to disclose their identity. But Ray Kinnison, assistant U.S. attorney, said one of them is supposed to have seen the gold and to hold a power of attorney in connection with the owner's efforts to dispose of the cache. The story under investigation is that years ago a Mexican national brought the gold across the border during unrest in his own country and buried it somewhere in the Southwest. It would have been, le- gHl then. But since 1933 gold hoarding has been prohibited in the United States. The authorities have heard reports that someone now is trying to sell the gold to the U.S. Mint and at the same time avoid hoarding penalties. jumors that similar action woi be taken here. Opposition leade openly called for a coup to unsa)| "corrupt" government officials, jl Amid the mounting opposiliq' Premier Sami Solh on Sept.. failed lo gel a vole of confide! from Parliament and resigned. The climax came shorlly afi Ptemier-Designale Saeb Slam lr| nlghl gave up a fulile four-day tempt to form a coalition rofori| Cabinet. Yesterday, members of a nd mclly pro-El Khoury bloc in P.lf liamenl announced they fell tfi President's resignation was tn only possible solution to the crisj Later, a general mccling of opposilion groups issued a comr niquo that the general s t r i! would continue until the Presidi resigned and that all persons laboraling wilh El Khoury woi be considered plotters againsl will of Ihe people. A delegation of opposilion let ers also called on Gen. Shehab '• demand that the Army withe support from Ihe President. By ERNEST B. VACCARO WASHINGTON W — President Truman asserted today that it is "n big lie" to say he tolerates Communists in this nation's gov eminent. And he accused those who say so of employing a tactic used by the Communists themselves, a tac- lic he described as "the big lie technique." That- technique, Tru man said, "was developed by the Communists, perfected by Hitler." There were no names in the an gry worded speech Truman prepared for\he National Conference en Citizenship, but he asked the voters to defeat the users of "the oig lie" regardless of party affili ation. The President said that anyone who resorts to "the big lie tech ilque" "is not a good man". And ne singled out for special attention those who call Gen. George C. Marshall traitor. He told the conference: "It is big lie, for example to say that we tolerate Communists and other disloayal persons in our government. It is a big lie- to at tack one of the greatest generals and patriots whom this country ever had and call him a traitor." Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy, Wisconsin Republican seeking reelec tion, has denounced Gen. Marshall end Secretary of State Acheson as ''monumental liars" and has said that Marshall is "stepped in false hood." He also has described Marshall as a "mysterious, powerful fieure" who sided with Russia in historic decision which "lost tho peace for America." Sen. William E. Jenner. Indiana Republican also up for reelection, has called Gen. Marshall a "livine lie" and "front man for traitors.'" Truman, addressing a conference attended by a group of men and women about to be admitted to United States citizenship, declared that "communism inside this country has been badly beat en." ' "But communism never gives up ils efforts to weaken other nations from within." he declared. It seeks to use all the weapons of propa s*nda — to stir up and confuse the people and it also s«efes to place its hidden agents in positions ot trust and power. "In iWs country, we h«ve o«*n V Mta » There is far more life in shallow than in deep parts ot the sea. 162 MORE CASUALTIES WASHINGTON UP! — The DefenJ Department today identified 1\ battle casualties in Korea. A Hst (No. 652) reported 34 killej 121 wounded, four missing an three injured. A milk -cow which takes 8 to gallons of water a day in norrnj weather may drink 15 to 18 sa or more in very hot weather Legal Notice 'is another danger threatening democracy from within. "The big lie is a weapon of polii tical warfare which was developed by the Communists, perfected by Hitler, and is now being used on a world-wide scale by the Soviet Union," he said. He said the technique of the big lie consists of making a charge so frightful, horrible and extreme that nobody could believe "a de cent person would make it if it were not true," and then to "keep repeating the lie over and over again ignoring all proof to the contrary." Truman then went on: "Unfortunately, there is a tendency in this country today to resort to the use of the big lie in order to reap personal or parti san advantage. . . . "A man who uses the weapon of the big lie is not a good man. He should be rejected by all good citizens, regardless of party. Partisan feeling often runs high in elc tion campaigns. That is under standable, but it should not lead us to permit the use of this dangerous Communist technique in American politics." NOTICE IN THE PROBATE COURT OF HEMPSTEAD COUNTY , ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF No. 831 Marie Eugenia McKenney, d(| ceased Last known address of decedent] R. F. D. # 2, Hope, Arkansas. Date of death: September 1<| 1952 An instrument dated Septembe| 9, 1952, was on the 17th day September, 1952, admitted to prd. bate as the last will of the abovl named decedent, and the undeij signed have been appointed execif tors thereunder. A contest of th| probate of the will can be effects only by filing a petition within t| time provided by law. All persons having claims again! the estate must exhibit them, du| verified, to the undersigned withjj six months from the date of t first publication of this notice, shall be forever barred and prj eluded from any benefits in th estate. •Rus notice first published day of September, 1952. Henry Presley Hudspeth Marjorie Lucille Hudspeth Executors P. O. Box * 227, Hope, Arkansas. Sept. 19. 26 NOTICE! We are prepared to take care of your winter pasture PMA orders for seeds and fertilizers as well as Louisiana white winter shallots and White Bermuda onion sets Plenty of parking room and loading space at our new location where business is appreciated. MONTS SEED STORE 19, t9S2 iLONBtt STAR, .•din ^'=L By Chick Young Many Metals HORIZONTAL 2 Sacred image 1 Metal used for 3 Young birds cans 4 Entrances 4 Precious metal j| Monster 8 Metal used for , f* ents fences " „ r 1 . 3 , to funi o Sicker *** V*I1111 n v. .. 13 Awry 9 Bellow Answer to Previous Puzzle B a A D >-• A B K. p| A D r* R B L. V O L. E £ L. E E T 1 * t S 1 V E A R A R. p e. e i> T f* A M ^ 1 •S A a A G E N 1 t: A 1 T m i_ E M 1 U 1 e u u A A A N V V E R M O N T t= R •=, E V B N R I. 1 \y L. M E M A V y M A R LJ a R A 1 p K ^ O a, A R T 1 B e c. 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