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HOM If At, ^s'^sssa^sKW^^^^^*^^ D AD RATES •ffiUur »•» 7,M 1,00 10.90 1100 ll.M 10,00 DISPLAY 7Bo par inch JOa W inch amwJay ma. odvarmino tarn M until 9 >m, far teliowtoojdw. ^ rtttrv* th» now *• ill «w*rtl*tmom» ft* orxJ to rajaci wont «* an* not b 74431 ft STAR For Salt Clay travel, land, top dirt. Osu Phono 7>MW. Sin &-3-1M BAVK halt (Reeking building* how) elMn.pino lumber, galve- nl*ed roofing, complete door*, windows, narrow flooring. Mac'* Cnrrtp. 2 miles west Hope, C, K. Holey, W-flt 7' PfUOIDAtltE. Pmctlcslly now. Owner living town. 700 8, Pino. 24-31 PHACT1CAI.LY now two whael trailer, by 8VV by doop with extension*. Coll 7-4400 be tween 7:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. or mm flt 1020 South Kim. 25-31 QUITTING BUSINESS 8KLLINC1 out «l cent. Our antique jtoek. Hope Hobby Houio, 4 «n»t 87, Opon nil day on Sunday. 2fi3t 'Big Schools' Find Little to Brag About f y HOWARD OftAVCft Of Thf Aitoelnted Prill Arkansas' prop grklnter* gave ChertJt rootbilt Fsn plenty to talk about today fOUowlnn football performance* last hlght, On most frldon front*, it wan strictly * ihow of offensive power, Tho Big ftevan Wletioldi-r, Pine Bluff, showed plenty of know-how in punching out A 40-23 win over Ft. Smith its lmlfb»ck Jim Hi«- guion *corod four touchdowns. It wa* tho second conference lois for (he Clrlir.llfin. Tommy Meek nnd Tommy Glutting each scored twice for Ft, Smith in defeat, Tho Burnt) wai ihe only scheduled losguo affair on last night* prep program. The conference of bigger Arkan»n« high schools, didn't have much to brag about after non-conference bouts inst night. The once powerful Little Rock Tigers toll before Tslrouma of Baton Rougn, La,, ,14-0, A first period TO plus Quarterback flobby Han NEW YOnK <*> - A nation which nan carried the horse opera to the farthest reaches of the universe will find It hard to take, but the fact leems to be that were not railing rider* who can take A t-ayuie over a fence a* smoothly. •* the buckaroo* of England and a number of other European coun- UlM. Memphis Takes Southern Lead By The Associated Press w .„„ The Southern Association play-off; Cleveland final* return to Mobile tonight with Memphis out in front three games to two. If Memphis wins tonight the By The AisoelaUd Press AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pet Ncw Who savi »o? Owly Dill Stein-i playoff championship goes with it. kraus. who at 20 Is widely rc-jlf not the series goes Into another gardt'd as our top horseman awl " wan a star member of tho American equestrian team which finished third In the recent Olympic «"'"<•» name. Woody Rich or Jim Sueheckl will prcbnbly start hurling for the Chicks urid Jay Ver Grouse or Chicago Philadelphia Washington Boston St. Louis Detroit 94 91 80 78 76 58 61 72 74 76 Thf you K man from We.lport, Wad,, Browning, for Mobile. Conn, »p*ak» from first-hand ex- With the series tied at a pair of 1 y j Knur's each night Memphis coup* ,11 i« t.nrn nhoiil! 111 ' 1 magnificent relief hurlinK by ': .«*' °« " ,l c "1. m Dixie "««"» with a Ralph Howe perlenco 76 76 63 89 50 102 .618 .509 .526 .51 .500 .500 .41 .32 .", non " nocond prrlod field goal wan TWBLVK UBUBO pump «un, Good condition. Prewar, a male block nnd tan hounds. Ontln Douglas, Ht, 4. Box 117, liopo. Provlna Ground Road. 2»-3t NEW guitar. Phono 7.3973. FmNINa room suite. See at Hotel Henry, 26-Ot NKW tllo Homo, 9 rooms nnd bath. Phone 7-3071. Jllloy Lownllon, 20-31 the only scoring punch tho Tigers cnuld munlor. Tho Little Rock defense kept tho Union Ron BO ground Attack under control but through tho ulr lanen, the Lou I* In rm ichool couldn't be checked. With tiny Bobby Bute* showing tho wny by fcorlnij two touchdowns El Dorado shook off n stubborn Hope eleven 20-fl, Bated touchdown sortie* given him H taint of 12 In three gurnet to date. North Little Rock's Dick Dlrd Duroc pig* 12 week* old. Reftsonoblo. Bob Llnnkor, Highway 4, east ot Hope. 27j>t OQOD drocory Store HI Omydon Anthony Lumber Company, A paying proposition. Phono 7-0070. i 27-31 KtRHY Vacuum Cleaner, wud at- tiichmontu, Can bo seen ut 8th House on loft Hide on No. 4 highway Kant. 27 " U Cattlemen FOR Winter Orating, mixture of 0«U nnd Cheat with sprinkle ot Hairy Vetch and Sln«lot«ry 1>«»8. $3.75 p«r hundred pound* «t farm. Alston Poster, 27 out off, Lowlsvillo, Arkansas. had n field day us tho Wildcat* dumped Cnmdon 31-0. It was tho flrnl Ion* of tho season for Sum CcUunnn'x charge*. Bird p e I c h e d two touchdown pnsnos, geared once on an 02-yard runbnck of nn In'ercaptod pans, then tnlllud on two othor occasion* Fulltmck CI.-11 Drlikoll was tho «parkpluj| In Nuahvillo'* Btunnlng 33-13 win over Ihe Hot Springs Trojans. Drlnkell drilled throe touchdown hotw* t h r n u K h tho shaky Hot Springs defense after the Trojuna jumped to n quick 13-0 lead. Char Icy Hliodcn tallied twice tor Hot Spring*, once on a 70-ynrd run. Toxurkunn lost B tough ono to prlnghlll, Ln,, 2$-20. ; The Lumberjack* had a 19-0 alftlmti.lend. riding In this country," says BUI, who took up the sport at 11. "EnK- llsh and European youngsters con ride rings around American kldi and tnke Jump* that would be rough for adult*. "Looking ahead, our only hope In tho 1050 Olympics Is to train our boys urul mounts us hard »s possible nnd then send them abrnncl in 1030 to meet the toughest foreign competition before they face; the world In Australia. If we do that we'll hnvo a chance." In case there's an Olympic proa- poet in tho family nnd n horse In the side yard, Stelnkraus says tho big secret of getting over n barrier does not lln In yelling "Up, Sport:" ht the right Instnnt, but rather in helping a mount to hit proper stride Just before the funcc. A handy thing to know. "While everyone might not ngree," Bill explains, "I think that HO per cent of the Job is in the approach to the fence. Onco yoi got the horse there and he's as right for his Jump ns you can help him to be, it's simple-providing you don't fall off." The only Inference we can draw from this Is that horses are not hornr ' un to topple Mobile 0-3. Mobile' plated a couple of quick runs in the first, saw Memphis piinh across one in their half, and I bun added another in the third for H ;i-i lead. That's the- way It stood till the Saturday's Schedule New York at Philadelphia Cleveland at Detroit St. Louis at Chicago Washington at Boston Friday's Results Boston 3 Washington 1 New York 5 Philadelphia 2 (11 nniiiKS. night) Chicago G St. Louis 2 (night) Only games scheduled NATIONAL UEAGUE Contractor Wrecks Plane for Insurance By ROBERT PR68COTT MEXICO CITY, (UP) —Mexican authorities searched today for a labor contractor whom they suspec' of planting a time bomb aboard an airliner to collect $350,000 It Insurance on six workers aboarc the plane. The bomb, concealed in luggage Wi Ideals Down Stubborn Hope Eleven 20-6 , •s ws-SSS H played the visitor* on even terms for three The final tally was 20 to 6, the towWt score the Wildcats hav* in a forward compartment, went . _ , d to in trircc straight wins The highly touted Bobby Bates who scored nine touchdowns In tWO games was held effectively unttt the Wildcats started passing, forcing the Bobcat defense to spread sixth when Hnlph Rowc hit his second home run in as many nights with n mate on base to tie It up. Th<> Chicks went ahead In the seventh when speedy Don Nicholas walked, stole second and hurried horni 1 on an Infield hit. The Chicks ndded a couple In the eighth for good measure. Brooklyn New York St. Louis Philadelphia Chlcngo Cincinnati Boston Pittsburgh Top Radio Programs NKW YORK I/PI — Listening tonight: NBC — 6:30 Who Goes There 7 June Ace H:30 Grand Ole Opry. CRS — 0:30 Gun Smoke 7 Gene Autry H Gang Busters. ABC — 0:30 Dinner Music 7 and 8:30 Dancing Party. MBS — C:30 Down You Go i Twenty Questions 7:30 Theater of 24-m ForRtnt 4 ROOM furnished apartment. Prl< vuto bath. Bleotrlq box, Ho child rcn. Mrs. Judson. 880 North 80-t DK8IRABLHI 4 room unfurnished upBi'tmont. Hardwood tloore BuiU-lni,iPr^v»te jUth »nd en trenco. Cloio In. 307 Shovor Rt Phono 7-448fi. , M CoMrte isr^SwoTi* Diploma NICEUV furnlahod apartment, roomi »nd bath. H«rdwoo flooi'i. 41W Kdiowood. Call 8387 o»-7-8775 utter «. 35-0 FURNISHED apartment. APP»y * JVtlddlobrooKs Grocery, Phone 8?»1. "* Wanted Fights Last Night By The Associated Pr«n NKW YOUK, St. Nicholas , Arotm— Willie Troy, tM>,i|. WoHh nglori, Htoppctl Kondy Snndy, 161 Now York, 10. ax bright n a they appear to bo in he movies, and that our young rldcm should be told us much itrnlght out if we arc to expect .hem to win any medals. Euro- >ew»s youngsters presumably have tiuiwn this all along. Stc-lfikraus, Is « product of Yale .hough he duos not hold this to be «n absolute requisite for 8<>od Horsemnnvhlp. It only helps. When tic isn't on a jumper he , plays viola In the Connecticut Symphony He served throe years in the China Burma-India Theater without see Inn H horsu except at a distance Tho American team to oppose Ireland, Canada and Mexico In the Bpectnculnr jumping events likely will be composed of Stelnkraus, Arthur McCnshin of Pluckcmlh. N. J.. and Mrs. Carol Duraiul of Kansas City. We've reached the point, <n other words, where wu have to call upon the frailer sex to try to stand off the countries which rcnlly know how to handle a horse. W L Pet 06 50 .032 02 00 .005 88 64 85 57 75 77 00 84 03 80 41 111 .570 .550 .403 .446 .414 .270 Air Sunday: NBC — Meet Your Match. 1:30 Sammy Kayc 0 10:35 a. m. Invitation to Learning 1:30 p. m. Invitation to Music 0 Jack Benny 7 Frankie Fontaine. AB C— 11:30 Piano Playhouse (!:30 Time- Capsule 1 American Saturday's Schedule Philadelphia at New York Boston at Brooklyn Pittsburgh at Cincinnati Chicago at St. Louis Friday'* Results Brooklyn 8 Boston 4 New York 8 Philadelphia 0 St. Louis 10 Chicago 3 Cincinnati 5 Pittsburgh 0 FRIDAY'S RESULTS Southern Association Final play oft. Memphis 0, Mobile 3, Mcmphii wins best— of 7 scries, 4-2. SATURDAY'S SCHEDULE Montreal IL at Kansas City AA first game little world series. SUNDAY'S SCHEDULE Shrevcport TL at Memphis SA first game Dixie series. Montrca IL at Kansas City AA, secon game little world series. Music Hall. MBS 11 a. m. West Point Band: 2:30 Crime Fighters 0:30 Cable's Concert. Busebnll — MBS Game of Day Network Finnic 12:55 New York Yankees at Philadelphia. M.mday: NBC — 9 a. m. Welcome Travelers . . CBS 0 a. m. Football oft Wednesday IS minutes after the plane took off from Mexico City for Oaxaca. The blast ripped a seven-foot hole in the fuselage and nearly caused the plane to crash with its 20 passengers and crewmen. Pilot Carlos Rodriguez Corona made a safe emergency landing at the Santa Lucia military airbasc 20 miles northwest of Mexico City. Two of the nine Americans aboard ere injured In the blast. Mexican FBI agents said one ol tie passengers told them he anc ivc other men aboard the plane ad been hired by a labor con ractor and insured before leaving o take jobs at Oaxaca. The worker aid the life insurance policies vere made payable to the wife of he contractor, who was not identl led. The newspaper Novedadcs reported last night that the insurance lolicics were held by six different companies. FBI officials said their investiga tion had established that the explosion which almost blew the compania De Mcxicana airliner to bits "definitely was caused by ex plosives planted in the luggage.' They said they had not determined which piece of luggage the bomb was In. The injured Americans were Dr Henry Mankin, 50, of Berkley Calif., and his wife, Gertrude, who were sitting in front seats just be hind the door opening into the lug gage compartment which separated the cabin from the pilot's compartment. Mankin, who had three bones broken in his right foot, said the blast tore the door off its hinges and "nearly blew us out of the He said tve was amazed that S'fl Godfrey Time. a. m. Break the Bank. . - 11 a. m. Curt Masscy .ABC — 10:30 . MBS Steel-making involves removal Of some of the carbon and other elements nnd tho addition of correct nmount of alloying substances. Intorwtod in WAITRESS wanted, Top wages. Plousunt surroundings .Transpor tallon turntihod to and from work, Tho Oaks Phone 7-BOia, as-et AS MANY us 3 rW«r» to Pitts- Uurc. Pennsylvania. Leaving Sunday afternoon. Johnny Brown MB, Dial 144«. »Mt ft. Now Uit nttd IN Parade. Pair ot glomo«, red- dUh.brown rim. In red lanther C«U 7-389!». Wontf d to Buy CHAPT1R THTRTT . 0 OH) ni»i dens IU Bin didn't •v*n look annoyed. She «aid coolly, "AU right, t did take the Peterton call, I told her you were out. tt «ra» a miserable night, you know It WM. You wouldn't KO out tor bridge, would youT Well. Now, can we have an end o| thlsT" IThe Peterson boy died," J«reray "Could you have avred him U you'd gone?" n don't Know, Pethapa." •tie puahed back her chair and •tood up. "Well, don't look at me u U I'd murdered him." "Perhaps you did," he aaid alow- ly, "Oh, you wont be brought to trial. There'll be no Inquest. No quMtlona, Nothing like that. Tech nioaily, no one la to blame tor the death. But you know, and Ing about." "Nance. You've been seeing her "•Mmrnra? 1 * "They're on the smoke contract n N«w York haven't you?" 1 thing. Sam, you listening?" »K£fcas, .?„„. --I.---- "sjar-'sr ell sought power to restrict Indus- w«h»d dinner t«r I"* ""lord! •he l « y «lrnoat my sla- Jtry'tn "the amount of smoke^ to b« allowed to enter tho town's atmoa ,. 3 -a « ••Oh yea, 1 would," ih« told him. "Then got up nnd tell them so, "Correspondent. Alienation of a- McLean suggested. f» Anything. X really would. JUJ U rlde.^r n.v, Sam^ld. "You'd Wt nowhere," he said. Bill McLesjx caught at Sam's arm. But he knew she could twist that "Joe's, for a beer?" he suggested, one dinner with Nanc« Into some- and Bam nodded. lppit _ hlv despicable. She'd contrive a At the bar. Bill said irritably. to wit her ends. And "Look, Sam what's got into , you? iNa. 4l •-„ A --" H week and, W WANTED TO BUY One Inch rou{jh Qr«n ook lurnber ~v regular lengths and He siding. For prise* ond specifications write •— Gurdon Lumbar Comppny Arkansas I know, that qulU pouibly the «*Ud might htvt had » ch«ne« U you h»dn't told mt th*t th« Peter- ion 0*11 wu » wrong number, sye, " Ho draw tht ot ni* hand hit to*«h«»d, "A moment ngo you Mid something »bout hav. ing in ««t ot IW». 1 think Uut'» tho thing to do, «v«," -You rtont TOM« JUKI t»to •No. t m««t wrythtng worktw Our W« together, uang." >'-"' . Nance, who .iready had been hurt, Or, more to the point, what's gone would b« bewildered and shocked, I out of you?" *^ . ___ ._ I »«T»,v% ttrpH uurl—again. Bv« kept her eyea on his face, I'm tired," Sam said. "Fine time to get tired," Bill . , and presently, seeing tho decision complained gruffly. "Tom Rowland no made, she smiled! She crossed Is going ail out. No holds barred. to uw tibia and poured herscit a You ready tor him at tomorrow Tht Hew medical Knowledge b*i < duced Mortality Irow »Wffi£. _ forces U* wv* Korean r cent from tne * per U. Thwt WM » trtun»ph of »>•»».»• low. up Wu*W«* gliou la hor NO>I«« 5^ji5r«ViKiwr« > 5^HsA"-»5 BS awe«l Looking a\ ber, Jeremy and coat wttto the othere on the thought. Rveo now 4 want her in I rack uurtde tbe door, inyama, »« could forget tna lie*. He pulled • chair over to 99 iSiUng, W *«»« bulging Jactrrel old table and took out_hle_ . COURT OP COWSTV. ARKANSAS. night's meeting T" "Sure." "Good." McLean spoko heartily, but ha looked uneasy. "Sam, you got something on your mind?" "Mot" "Vou started this campaign with a fine blast and both guns blazing. Now ..." He shrugged, and gave his friend a perplexed look. "I'm all right. Just tired." "It's more than that. Isn't UT" "All right." Sam conceded unwillingly. "Its Jeremy. Cm worried about him. Seen him lately T" Mexican looked Into hla guxas- "Here and there." "He's thin. Not overworked UUn. He's burning himself up, BUI. and pot with work. "Tough, losing that Peterson boy's case." "You Heard?" McLean's shoulders went up, the tho floor I comers of bis mouth down. ( thump- I "There's talk, naturally. The Feter- that thelaon woman's pretty Wtt«r. Bho town arwuwv, v- «»™ 'to survey told my wite-she does a day's & l£T»* b**me«t.omces and | egy-ag^ ^J~*%£% alive today tt Jcremy'd got thera when alia called him in. She's say- guess." He fresh cup ot coffee. 8am Ireland stopped on the way to the council meeting to look at a billboard on a vacant tot. Beneath an enlarged picture of himself were the usual campaign promises. Mark your ballot tor Sam Ireland. Honest effort in your behalf. No stalling. No sidetracking. Real prograa for Thuratonia. Sam thought, It's a lousy pic- two. Uakea me look In need ot a shave. Absently be ran his palm over hla cWn, shrugged, and walked on. Toe meeting was already tn prog- reaa on the second door of tho Tne sun I Town halt Hla lateness was un- istroumn Baton Rouge 34, Little Rock 0 North Little Rock 31, Camden 0 Pine Bluff 40, Ft.Smith 25 Springhill, La., 25, Texarkana 20 Nashville 33, Hot Springs 13 El Dorado 20, Hope 6 Subiaco 20, Fayettcville 19 Conway 32, Russellvllle 7 Rogers 28, Van Burcn 0 Magnolia 27. Gurdon 0 Jonesboro 15, Helena 7 Springdale 20, Harrison 14 Heber Springs 52, Mountain Home 0 Cabot 12, Magnet Cove 8 Prescott 20, Arkadelphla 0 Wynne 73, Parkin 0 Stuttgart 42, Beebe 0 Newport 20, Walnut Ridgu 7 Crossett 19, Warren 12 Alrna 13, Hartford 0 Atkins 28, St. Annes 0 Mcna 13, Ashdown 7 Forrest City 19, Brinkley 0 Bcntorx 33, Smackover 12 Searcy 21, Bald Knob 0 Paragould 7, Batcsville 6 Bauxite 32, Jacksonville 0 Carlisle 20, Bismarck 7 Pocahontas 20, Corning 0 Clinton 34, Ola 0 Clarendon 33, Barton 7 Greenwood 20, Danville 0 Dcrmott 12. Strong 0. Dumas 19, Eudora 13 Bearden 14, Fordyce 12 Fair view 19, DoQucen 12 Hazen 34, Gould 14 Holly Grove 18, Gillett 7 Lonoke 12, Deaf School 7 Marianna 12, McCrory 0 Mansfield 19, Cla^ksvillc 0 Morriltoa 12, Dardanellc 0 Murfreesboro 7, Lewlsvillc 6 McGehec 24, Hamburg 0 Montlccllo 18, Star City 6 Booneville 19, O?qrk 0 Rison 27, Lake Village 0 Stamps 7, Foreman' 7 tie Bryant 26, White Hall 19 Watson Chapel 26, Fuller 0 EAST Boston College 14, Richmond 7 . the pilot managed to land the ship from its altitude of 10,000 feet. The instrument panel had been shattered. . Other Americans aboard the plane included Laura Kennedy, Oakland. Calif. Robert Stolper, Los Angeles, and June Barth and Robert Barth, Los Angeles. Three other Americans aboard were residents of Mexico City. 1IIU lllu ijvwv»«» «_.-.--— - • j This left an opening for Bates and i. r he scored twice on beautiful jaunts .t, of 24 and 57 yards. Bates lived up to advance 'publicity and was a constant threat but it was the passing of Parks that really turned the tide. The lanky Wildcat had plenty of time and hit his receivers close and far. In every instance his passes got the visitors in position to tally. After a scoreless first quarter A he visitors found themselves bot- led on the ground and Parks started tossing, the final one to Wayne ' Dumas from the 15. The drive covered 32 yards after El Dorado recovered a Bobcat fumble. Jones kicked the extra point. Hope came back fighting and Raymond Churchwell skipped 39 yards through the Wildcat line for a TD only to have the play called back on a penalty. Shortly after Bates got loose for the first and « only time in the opening half, on a ^ 45 yard touchdown sprint but it too was nullfied by a penalty. After a scoreless third quarter the fireworks broke loose In the iinal stanza. Parks loosened up the Bobcat line with passes allowing Bates to get through twice on , touchdown runs. Hope tallied on a 68 yard drive with two of seven passes clicking,. One from Griff to Yocom was goo'd for 35 yards. Clyde Arnold went off guard lor three yards and the score. The contest was hard fought all the way with line play rugged throughout. Bates and Parks were the offensive guns for the visitors while Jones, Frisby and Brown, stood out in the line. Hope's line played fine ball and deserve plenty of credit from end to end. However, the score could easily have been more one sided but lor the defensive play of Raymond Churchwell, Willis, Duke, Messer, Yocom, Doyle, Tabor, SOUTH. Chattanooga 29, Abilene Christian 0. SOUTHWEST Duke 14, Southern Methodist 7 MIDWEST Detroit 22, Wichita 7 Ike Gets a Big Welcome in the South By JACK BELL ABOARD EISENHOWER SPE- cial, (/P) — Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower opened a second invasion ot the south today to the thunderous welcome of 43,000 cheering North Carolinians at Charlotte. Greeted with a massed "I Like Ike" chant from 18,000 persons who overflowed Charlotte Memorial Stadium, : the smiling Republican presidential nominee asserted that he was going to recognize "no po' litical mortgage" by the Demo crats on Dixie. Before he spoke, Eisenhower nnd his wife, Mamie, got a smiling, cheering greeting as they rode through Charlotte's packed streets in the early morning, sunlight. The general told the applauding stadium crowd that when he first entered the political lists he was advised not to "waste time" in attempting to court he South. "They said to me, don't cross the Mason and Dixon Line, that whole country is mortgaged to one party and you would be merely wasting your time," he said. The crowd roared as he declared: "I recognize no political mort gage on the South." Kenneth C. Royall. a North Carolian and former secretary of the army in President Truman's sub- cabinet, boarded this campaign train when it passed through Wash ing ton, D. C., last night to lend his influence to Eisenhower's bid for North Carolinas 14 electoral votes. Hoyall and Gordon Gray, presi Bruce, Jones, Rothwcll and Keck bore the defensive burden. El Dorado made 12 first downs to Hope's 8. The visitors gained 220 yards rushing to 104 for Hope. Parks completed 9 of 19 passes; Hope completed 5 of 15. Three times El Dorado fumbled and Hope fumbled one. The Bobcats drew two penalties for 20 yards, the visitors 8 for 80. '. On-Farm Workers Total Declines LITTLE ROCK, Wl — About 900 more non-farm workers were employed in Arkansas during August than in July. But the Employment Security Division says the total ot 308,000 workers was a drop ot 4.400 below August, 1951. The decrease was attributed by Administrator Jonn H. Greene to a loss of lumbering workers. customary enough to dr*w sovoral , fo<*no* to his wwkv that. But what hoard dlaUnoUy tbo click ot a do* I report on steps to be taken for air , 8am thought Sam said, setting down gavo it a rough push ot ~ hUptpe. ft* bunt~~~~~ iwmin.to4jwtt.8ajw. You can wwa, fijsaps McPherson 48, Concordia Neb. 0 Kearney Neb. 21, Midland 8. Doane 43, Wayne Neb. 12 Iowa Wesleyan 34, Central la 0 Olathe, Kas., Naval Air 35, Cen tral Fayette 6 Ft. Hays Kas 13, Southwestern as 13 Emporia State 7, Washburn 6 Baker Kas 6, College of Emoria G tie Culver-Stockton 7, Tarkio 0 Sterling Kas 32, Bethel Kas 10 Kirksville Mo. 19 Western Illinois. Concordia Minn 81, Hamline 71 North- dent of the University' of North Carolina and also a former army secretary, were praised by the general in his speech. Eisenhower hit at what he called the administration's "cheap money" policies. ; Holding up a pine board he said would have cost 15 cents a few years ago, Eisenhower cracked it in the middle and announced that was all 15 cents would buy now. 'The administration is asking for a new four-year lease on your present holdings," he told th(t crowd. "If they continue, to cheapen money for the next tour years this is what you will get." He held up the small section of the board and the crowd hooted; Striking out at what be called the increasing centralization ot power in Washington, Elsenhower declared that he thinks "the leadership you have been gecting has failed you." When he concluded speaking, Eisenhower climbed "down from the stand and trotted to the side ot the athletic field to speak to a group of spasic children from a nearby school. The Eisenhower invasion of North Carolina followed up a major address he made last night at Baltimore, where he received • tu« multous acclaim for his slashing attack on the Truman administration's defense policies. FAR Southern California 31, vestern Hawaii 21. Lewis and Clark 20 Colorado State K>, Colorado [ .lines 6 YOUTH KILLED MONTICELLO. la. * — A dynamite cap exploded in a schoolroom here, killed Bonnie Mowrye, 11, who had traded a notebook fot The blast shook the fifth grade classroom just as school was about to be dismissed tor the day yes- terdey. None of t»» other pupOs was injured. SherUj: Lewis Dreibelbis said tne tag to NOTICE! We ore prepared to take care of your winter pasture PMA orders for seeds and fertilizers/ orders for seeds and fertilizers- Shallots and White Bermuda onion sets. DESTROUXOL corn weevil control. Plenty of parking room and loading space at our new location where business is appreciated. MONTS SEED STORE Slfll. Midnight Wednesday, OctobeHI, Is Deadline for Paying Taxes illy Scrapbag HAL 80Yt,i YORK 1*1 — You don't tt> be unknown to be an un- Icesstul song writer —although course it is a great big help. the 1,200,000 or more ob- yearning Americans to !' ditties Tin Pan Alley has [J«d a deaf ear can take some J'oflSolation: Their plight is shared of the most glamorous stars •the entertainment industry. •She Is Irene Manning, Ohio's tic warbler. After singing thou- »nds of other people's songs, some Df which she made famous, Irene j decided to scribble a few herself. '!l have written the music and Pyrics for a dozen songs, and have lot more I'm working on," she said. The number she has had published add up to a fat round zero ilit like any other amateur she &ats the bread of hope. "The song publishing is quite litfcrcnt today," she rernarKcd. K'The disk jocKcys arc the kings bow. *ou iidvu to get u rccoi'U nadc and played before a publish- br will even say hello to you." But she is determined to popularize her songs even if she has to become a lady disk jockey herself, output ranges from children's Chants to love ballads like "X Want ito isrcuit c,ven wiin Vou," ana a ] spiritual called "The Long Koad ', home." ".Some of them are corny." frankly admitted Irene, but pointed out tnat corn is a valuable ! product in any form. Song composing is, just another string in the bow of this talented gal who is at home in dramatic or comedy roles as well &-s in radio, mage or screen musicals. 'fine returned recently from four i yeprs in London, where she had ner own television show, and one I'oiiher goals now is a network show here. Irene feels that America has overcome tne cany jjruiau icaa Video technique, but says there la aim u.,1. advantage in snce on TV over there: "Since they don't have commer- they aren't so tense about •'tnaking a program end exactly on time. If it runs over a bit, no body minds — and that gives every- Hope Star WKATHEB ARKANSAS- afternoon, tonight and important tomperaturo chi Temparature . , .,, High 80 tow 4t ' y* i»> r?'. .1 53D YEAR: VOL. 53 — NO. 299 Star at Ha»a 1l*t, Pratt 1*1? Jan. II, 1*2* HOPE, ARKANSAS, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 29,1952 Marnktn Tht AimlaM »r*u A Ana* BUMM tl ClrcMtattant _ A». Net »«M Clrtl. I Mtt, (Mint. Mart* SI, 1*11 — 1,411 PftlCE Se one The more relaxed feeling." thing that fascinates British friends most about American television, she said, is the commercials. ,,- '"They think they are wonderfully,, strange and amusing." Irene recently made a series of -commercials for a U, S. soap com.- ipany here, and 4s leading a one- wetoan cr^^ade, •t^W.t-.thfi-level^ this rfewest'American art. She dislikes the "scare technique" which tries to frighten the viewer into buying. "A product should be sold the same warmth you sell a song, She said. "High-pressure salesmanship is getting to be a thing of the Reds Bring Up Tanks, Men on 10-Mile Front By WENDELL MEARICK SEOUL, Korea (UP) — Commu nist commander threw veteran Red troops into savage assaults at United Nations positions along a 10-mile front last night and early today, backing the attacks with tanks and thunderous artillery and mortar barrages. South Korean troops of the Capitol Division bore the brunt of the cast-central front attacks, but hurled back the Communists with mortars, artillery and machine guns from positions on Capitol Hill and Finger Ridge. Fighting still continued at last reports as an unnamed hill cast of Capitol Hill, where the 3rd South Korean Division was under attack. In the air, U. N. warplancs hit an enemy gold mine 10 miles northeast of Pukchin in Northwest Korea with bombs and napalm. At least 10 buildings were destroyed, but heavy smoke over the target area prevent full observations of results. F-86 Sabrejets flying protective cover for fighter-bombers sighted about 50 Communist MIG-15 jets, but the only aerial duel reported by midafteinoon was a fight between two Sabres and two MIGs. Capt. Jacm Maas of Rcdbanks, N. J., damaged one of the Rus sian-built rightcrs. Sabrejet pilots on Sunday destroyed two MIGs, probably do stroyed another, and damaged two more. However, the aerial victory was hei , partly offset by the tragic mistake bombing of Greek infantrymen Sunday by four American-' F-8C Shooting Star jet fighter-bombers. Secret Group to Select Sales Person of Month A "Sales Person of the Month' Will be selected by a secret coin mittee for the month ot October The committee will make the selection on the basis of courteousness, helpfulness, salesmanship, and appearance of the sales people in Hope. It is felt thnt when these foul- qualities arc properly practiced, that the shopping public will be pleased and that the reputation ol Hope as a desirable shopping con tcr will certainly grow. Business owners and managers arc urged to encourage their employees to get into the spirit of the program being inaugurated by the Retail Division of tho Hopo Chamber of Commerce. Sales peo pie in every type of business in Hope are eligible to participate n this program. Service stations roccry stores, dry good stores, re? uraunts, building houses, and al ther businesses in Hope will be shopped by secret committee in search of the sales person who nurc nearly displays the qualities n consideration. past." I don't know what TV screen WCTU Told Ndrcotic^ls Red Weapon ST. LOUIS, Mo., (U- —The in creasing use of narcotics by Amcr ican youth is part of a sinistei Communist plot, a Womens Christ ian Temperance Union speake: charged today. I keep four brands of cig-| Dr. Lois Higgins of Chicago, di ' " " £,she watches, but it certainly isn't inline. I keep four brands of cig- arets in my home, for fear of what the neighbors might think if I had the wrong kind. And I brush teeth with three different kinds toothpaste — two white and my o£ one green— oecausc who wants nun molars to feel insecure? But Irene is embarked on a wonderful, hopeful crusade. On, girl, on- Truman's Whistle S Address Is Blistering Attack on Eisenhowei Calls General Front Mart for! Unholy Crew FALSE DESERTER RELEASED — Herman Mlaskl, 23-year- old plasterer, Rensselaer, N. Y., holds his honorable discharge (R) In one hand while In the other hand he holds a statement affirming he is not a member of the military service. Despite his discharge, outraged Herman was picked up by'the FBI as a deserte'r at the request of the Army, who after discovery of their mistake, released him and sent him home. -"- NBA Tele'photo Louisiana to Go Democratic, Officials Insist LITTLE ROCK, Four Louisiana Democratic party officials here for a 6-state party strategy confer ence, say their state wild vote the Democratic ticket in November. One of the delegation labeled Louisiana Gov. Kennon "our mug wump governor" because of his endorsement of the Republican enhower Nixon ticket. The group Dr. George S. Long brother of the late Sen. Huey Pa Lofig LeKoy Chatfaier of Alexart dria, William J. Erlckson of New Orleans, Democratic state com mittee vice chairman, and Severn T. Darden, distril attorney at New Orleans — arrived last night in the vanguard of party officials for the Southern Regional confer ence opening today. The Louisianians said they are shelving intra-party differences in the face of a determined effort by Republicans to win the November election. "We raise cain with each other HUSBAND SWAP — Mrs. Chirles 0'Qwlnn (L) and Mrs. John S. Varner (R) wait for questioning in a Denver police station after being arrested with their husbands on a bad check charge. The wome'n told police they were in love with each other's Jiuah and ware enrpute to Reno.f Nevada t«Mi<^ln.dtvor(*s aw^re Each couple has one child. — NEA Telephoto Fulbright Feels 'Funds'Had Too Much Attention By EDWIN B. HAAKIN8ON WASHINGTON, 1*1 — Son, J. William Fulbrlsht said today both Republicans and Democrats nee tic voting loo much attention to probing each other's political and expense funds. ' "I don't think that any of tlveso people on cither side urc dishonest corrupt politicians," the Arkansas Democrat told reporters. He added: m"All this obscures the real fund nmcntal Issues of the presidential campaign nnd leaves the impression with the public thnt everybody is corrupt." Fulbright was commenting on the special expense fund for Sen. Richard M. Nixon, the Republican vice presidential nominee, and the Illinois campaign fund of Gov, Adlni Stevenson, Democratic presidential nominee, used to augment salaries of key state officials. Fulbrigbt said thu charges and ountcr-chargos "develop a name- ailing and lowlevol campaign." "That's bad enough in a cum ilgn for a county constable,' 1 ho aid. "U certainly has no place in national presidential campaign." agrees with larger Dairymen to Discuss Breeding, Winter Pastures Homptitond county dnlrymon nnd others inlercnUHl In the dairy cow business will discuss breeding anc winter pastures Thursday night ot 7:!iO In tho Hcmpstond County Courtroom. Autroy Wilson, chair man ot tho breeders association will preside. The program will •consist ot the discussion led by John Shirley of Blcvins rond, Jossu J. Brown of .Spring Hill, County Agent Oliver Acliims untl Mr. Wilson. A special Purina Mills dairy film "Tho Cows Marvelous milk-making Machinery' will bu shown through arrangements with Lynn Franks of Hope Feeders Supply. The Thursday night dairy meeting should bo of particular Interest to all w!io like good dairy cows says county agent Adnmu. By ERN6IT ». VACC Tf ** JWk Santoyana to Be Buried by Shelley ROME, (UP) — The body of Catholic born Spanish Philosopher George Santayana, 88, will be bur led Wednesday near the grave of Poet Percy Bysshe Shelley in the non-Catholic cemetery of St. Paul, it was anonunced today. Santayana had requested burial in 'neutral ground" in a Catholic cemetery but none could be found in Rome. The poet, philosopher and novel list, who wrote all of his prolific works in English, died Friday night ot stomach cancer in a hospital connected to the Convent of the Blue Sisters here, Santayana's body was brought to day to the chapel of the cemetery by the Blue Sisters, who cared for L the "free-thinging" philosopher for more than 10 years. On the plain casket there was the one wreath —that sent by Santayana's friend and literary agent Daniel Cory. ____ TT _ I _ T GOP 6PEADER LITTLE ROCK (UP) — Philips B. Boyer, secretary of the Arkansas Republican State Committee, is to speak lo the Pine Bluff Young Republican Club tonight! He announced his subject today as "two P*rty politics for Arkansas: why? wbat? how?" rector of the crime prevention bur eau of Illinois, told delegates t the WCTU's 78tb annual meeting i >n Louisiana but _we unite for a il has been "definitely established' that profits from American narcotics trade has partly financed the Communist war effort in Korea. "Well-authenticated evidence con firmed by a number of agencies including military intelligence and the Federal Narcotics Bureau, po sitively links the Communist with the upsurge in narcotics trafficking throughout the free world, Dr. Higgins said. "However, thoughtful observers of the Communist drive for world domination believe that the money thus obtained is a jective, she said secondary ob "The primary The island of Jamaica in the objectives include the destruction of a potential fighting personnel, destruction of public confidence in law enforcement and other agencies, a mounting spiral of crime and juvenile delinquency and an overall decline in civilian morale. Dr. Higgins said the nations women are best equipped to lead a light on the narcotics evil. "Certainly we are in closer and more constant contact with children than are the men, she said. Mrs. Olivia Bridges Davis of Dallas, Tex. director of the WCTUs Department of Christian Citizen- Ship, urged the women to vote in the November elections. She made no recommendation as to parties, but declared, "There is no possibility of reconciling the the ones of American government as seen by our founding fathers with the conditions today. in our government "The two are .as wide apart as ca,st from west, she said. Church of Christ Wins Concession ROME (UP) — Christ mission in The Church Rome has w of is. fog LJ1C permission from the o conduct re ligious services. The U. S. embassy notified Cline R. Paden of Brownfield, Tex., heac of the Church of Christ Mission, of the government's action and he conducted services in his chapel- home yesterday for 33 members ol the religious group. Italian Police had prevented him from conducting services during the previous two Sundays on grounds be had not received gov ernment permission. A ere jpade from petroleum year, says ifcc NaliwuU «V< common cause," Chandler said. Dr. Long, who predicted that "regardless of our mugwump gov crnor, we will give Gov. Stevenson a big majority Nov. 4," is sued a prepared statement of Ken non's announced intention of sup porting the GOP nominees: "This is perhaps one of the most disgraceful things that even hap pened to us in Louisiana. There you see a man elected governor by the Democrats, and now heads thai Party, turning traitor by joining he South's greatest enemy the Republican party." Long is a Demo cratic nominee for U, S, repre sentative. Erikson, Darden and Chandler said three factions in New Orleans politics are united behind the Dem ocratic ticket. They said these fac tions are the Old Regulars, the Present City Democratic Associa tion and the Long organization. Erikson said the GOP support in tiis state apparently was coming from "the same people who sup ported Dewey in 1948" and not so much from the group that swung Louisiana toward the States Right ers in 1948. Arkansas Sen. John L. Me Clellan tentatively accepted an in viution from the Louisiana delega tion to make speeches in their state before the November election. Officials from Kentucky, Arkan fas, Mississippi, Tennessee and Texas arrived for the 2-day planning, conference. Also due to check in early today were Leslie Biffle, secretary of ihe Senate Speaker of the House Sam Rayburn of Texas National Chair man Stephen A. Mitchell and Sen. A. S. Monroney of Oklahoma. Other party brass who arrived with the Louisiana delegation last night included: Texas National Ccmmitteewoman Mrs. Hilda B. Weinert of Seguin, National Com mitteeman Frank Ellis of Louisi ana and Robert Humphreys, chair man of tbe Kentucky State Com mittee. Two-County Teachers Meet Set Oct. 3 A school personnel conference 1 composed of all teachers, bus drivers, lunchroom workers and the school custodians of Hempstcad and Nevada Counties will be held at the Hope Junior High School on Friday, October 3, beginning at 8:30. All school personnel who havi responsibility as u leader or ru porter should be on hand sharply at 8 o'clock for a thirty minute leadership conference, after which time everyone will meet in thi auditorium for a thirty minute as sembly with the following pro gram; Invocation — J. Bryan Ritchie Group Singing — To be selected Aims and Objectives — J. Kd Smith Introduction of Consultants — E. R. Brown Announcements — James 11 Jones The teachers will be divided into three groups, ones who teach ii grades 1 to 4, grades 5 to a arid grades 9 to 12. The bus drivers custodians and lunchroom workers, will all meet in separate groups with special consultants. Consultants for each and all of these groups will be available from State Department of Education Henderson State Teachers Collegi Southern State College, Arkansas State Police and others. All teachers and other schoo employees arc expected to attend PTA members or any other person interested in the school program in any school in either county arc invited and urged to attend, U they so desire. Any- person desiring additional information regarding the program should contact his or her school superintendent, J. Bryan Ritchie, County Suppervisor of Nevada County Schools, or E. R. Brown, County Supervisor of Hempstcad County Schools. Officers of Various School Groups Named From the first edition of the Hope Hi-Lights, school publication comes news of various election and events taking place in In school system. Jack Jones was named president of the senior cluss. Other officers arc Clyde Arnold, v-p; Nell Cassidy, secretary and Bobby Bruce, treasurer. Helen Hall was elected president of thu Library Club and other officers arc Patricia Barwick, Linda Bowden and Katie Lester. The Spanish club also named Jack Jones as its president. Billy Blake, v-p: Millie Brown, secy,, Alice Gentry, trcas., Juanita Gilbert, historian and Billyc Williams, reporter. Nell Cassidy will serve as editor ot the school annual. Others include Billy Gentry, Audrey Light Lou Neai Logan, Frances Weiscn- bcrger, Jun Moses, Juccjue Williams, Ciirolyn Sue Coffee, Bert Chamberlain, Joe Don Willis, Ann Houston, Uillic Baker, Dana Cunningham, Martha Osbornc. Robert Power is president of the National Honor Society. Other officers are Billy Gentry, Ann Houston, Nell Cassidy and Jun Moses. Bill Gentry heads the Key Club while Jimmy Mullins is v-p, Ben Newbern is secretary and Charles Halbert is treasurer. Heading the FHA girls is Janette Barr and Jan Moses is seeu- tary. Ye Clubbe of- Olde Engelond is Fulbright said he ixon that senators from ;ates, such as California, do nol largS" bhou*li*«ajarie8 and exr ctise- funds from regular sources. He added that members of Coiv rcss "are too sensitive" in votin? n their own pay Qncl allowances nd this should be done by an out- ide commission of non-govorn mental loaders. At the sumu time, Fulbright said Nixon's nationwide explanation of >is special fund from CaUfornians, via television, radio and tho press, 'left a false impression." He said most people now bollcvo hat Nixon used this fund to avoid extra expenses to the taxpayers, "One of the biggest items was for thousands ot Christmas, cards," Fulbright said. "That never could or should bu pukl tor by thu tux- payers," Says Survey Shows Nixon Deal Helpful NEW YORK, (ffl — Tho Now York Times said today reports from its correspondents In all 48 states indicate that Sen, Richard M. Nixon's explanation ot his pr'l- vntoly-contrlbuted $18,235 expense fund "gave impetus to the Itepub- - •'"' ABOARD President Truman denounced G«n. 1 hower's charges j government ny "front mart for i of lobbyists using political football/' Truman tore his moot' scathing Republican prcsldcn a "whistle atop" spec N, D,, whore bo toldvv crowd thoy'cUbettcr/h! returning the »«puL,,. r er it they "want to av< world war." Elsenhower ho,, be listening to so vice so (ar JUT foreign concerned.". • • The President ot corruption in hlg a< on hla first formal wl spoccn of h,l» 8,SWO-rn coast to coast tour. He had been "getting.) floors" ov«* tne "«„.-_. publicans in Congr-iss-" Truman made an/'*' platform appearance, rldfto, ^ ; tri the cutf. Other, "whiDUQ «t Big Three Ministers Again Meet LONDON, MB — Deputy foreign ministers of the Big Three Western led by is v-p, and Lou Neal Logan is treasurer. Billy Gentry, Tom Hayes Ann Houston is secretary Negro Vets Eligible for Training All Negro Veterans who are eligible to education and training un der the G I Bill are urged to meet Forney Holt, veteran coordinator, at the Yerger High School Tuesday Hempsteod Students Enroll in College Three Hempstead students arc enrolled at East Texas State College — John Lyle Foster of Blcvins Kathleen Jewelle Walker and William Charles Wilson of Hope, Sentences and Judgments Handed Down in Court The tfollowing decisions were handed down in both Circuit and Chancery court in Hempstcad: Wesley Ray Hightower and James Leroy Long, both entered pleas of guilty to grand larceny, sentenced to two years. • • Bill Spearman, abandonment, ore dered to pay sheriff flO weekly Edgar Still, assault with intent two years suspended sen- Powers what can be done about an Aus- meet again today to sec In the second of u serles+tjf ; sur« yeys, to be printed Monday ;^orrt- ings, on the progress of the notional political campaign, tho Times also said: "The disclosure by Gov. Adlai E. Stevenson, . .of contributors to his 1048 campaign fund and tho names ot Illinois iitato officials to whom ho had paid bonuses, piib llsbcd yesterday, cumo too late 'to obtain a general reaction. Such response UH was reported was favorable to the governor. 1 ' Tho Times story noted that tho explanation by Nlxpn, GOP vlco presidential candidate, was mudo last Tuesday night in u television' and radio speech, In the first of tho survey series last Monday, the Times said reports from its correspondents throughout the country Indicated "a ( close contest for tho presldon- The Times said ut that time, however, that its reports were received buforo there was opportunity to "get full reaction" to the disclosure that Nixon had used the $18,235 fund, contributed by a group in California, to help pay his expenses as senator. In its second survey report today the Times said: 'm.., _„,_ , . Stanley " Nbrth Mont, It was -« man turned .on' ptstaff at r Ho said ,c once quoted man would s thing he presidency,'thit swallowed .the pr< special ' ' ' sinker," . "Ho m»* sold of , him •" the to kill, tence. Mrs. J. C. WoUoek and G. A. Foster is a sophomore chemistry $295. Nash vs W. O. Gugon and Missouri Pacific, judgment by default for trian Independence treaty despite Russia's refusal to attend the conference. Prospects for a solution to the six-year impasse were not bringt. In rejecting tho Invitation to tho meeting, the Soviets indicated they were standing pat on terms they have held to throughout tho pro traded negotiations. Russian notes delivered Saturday to the American, British and French Embassies in Moscow also Insisted the West must scrap its idea of an abridged treaty and accept tho Soviet demand that the Trieste issue be considered along with any Austrian settlement. i Dispatches from Moscow said hcpcs for any agreement between the Soviet Union and the West were at about their lowest ebb. Diplomats here privately suggested that the deadlock was due to the cold war Itself than to any inability to ajjree on the terms ot a treaty. This view waj supported by Austrian government officials, who unofficially indicated they believe Russia, has no desire to get out of the country and no intention of doing go in the foreseeable future. • , AuBtrlans hoped that possibly the United Nations might be able to solve the deadlock. There was tainable to nouncement little reaction ob- Gov. Stevenson's an- that he and his run- major; Miss Walker is tary education major Olive E. Rogers vs Southern Hospital Benefit Society of Texar kana, judgment by consent. k. Machine. Specialty Co. v, tcber Reed, judgment by is majoring in agrkult Rug G|yen Away toTexaiW nin mate, Son, John J. Sparkman, would make public their • income tax returns for the last ten years. Stevenson did so last night. Sparkman sold he would do so "as soon as I can get to it." "The governor's tax statement carried an implied challenge to Eisenhower and Nixon to'do the same-. "Reaction to Sen. Nixon's speech wag varied, but most of the cor respondents agreed generally that it was exceedingly helpful to the Republican candidates, . . "In California, home stato of the senator, the reaction was described &« «o tremendous that, in th4 opinion of the correspondents, if the election had been held tho |nK ; day, Gen, Eisenhower „..,,,„ have carried not only that ftate *• * also other* on the Pacific "In other states, reaction .Wftl largely along partisan lines, ~''"~ sqnje indications that Sen, I temporarily at least, might won over to the Republican 8 considerable number of ( ly undecided and te*»," fffuiq Jawr W*Wr«^ words," tn put Up ond pass have plenty qf those things. r ^H0 crs are Just pouring Truman said Elsei he's trying ,(o ,Wta 1-1 "appealing *-•"-lions not 2 h8t 'f ^ 1T —- H W.feJSftgjMR I thtniTlff*" American ' make up „„„ , their emotiJNML, «ls ot the gr,"' fore thera,«i Truman Pi candidate "y lite in the Al much about on in the Uj ,^ftSr publican * ?•> "",= f -' .«'•, to fait "And lican

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