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Vf^r,"', V'VJ I, *»A,* • KR^W*ff - flr ffr^ * ' »f/ r . fjf;V r ' ) r f f* «- ^ 1 t H 0 M *T A ft, M #n, AKKAMiAI Timdoy, October 7, 1*S2 *rfH Mtd thn flvoldanco of duty. or «ourtd W« maximum U« h* •'V^'Jk tn» K». fit pint**; thtro rW^UWfttrik tf*. 80 " 1 lltvcd, «ltliou»h ii'-xft ift«o;w«> or tn« b.r invert (V W*», iW**»> .' , ^jjwiUsn*, Mh« _4 cowm^d from H, ;iwi. to afun* 8, ^J^rMUwt* oli mat* difficult no wounded hlWi«tt, disability paym«nU sut PRESCOTT NEW! Tutsdiy, . The Oroor of ttw E««t«rn Star meet Tuesday ovwlw* nt 7:30 tor « r«i«W »t»ted meeting. «Ut of f**r of IjHttte wh!«h- the sot '*f'h«»n't y*t oxpocloneM. OW Hm«r» of the Army »«y they h«v» nnllcad tha mwJorJly of «rtt urnong mun Who h«v«? not tuean much action, the ««ldi«r whtt goes IhrouKh h!» first cn«««ertiinl find find* that hff and mo»t '" w« men Ift hi* o«MIt »r« «llv« and un* hurt, h«* P*»*ort h<» >no»t d«p»r» W anwety and fear, There Is ono foflluto of tho Ko* e»n Wor which moy help to explain thtt «r*p«wit low Incldcnc* of jn>tMnfllct*dl wound ««»«»In World War U therw WH» no Oetobtr I Witt l» pr»y«r (ho Cmiwrtt of N«»f«nc ovonlng nt 7; 30, Wednes- Britain May Have Set Off H-Blast Democrats Plan Fund Campaign WASHINGTON — A new type of turid-ratslnft drive will be started by the Democratic National Fl- ... nance Committee Wednesday. Rum! explained the plan on Thousands of volunteer solicitors nation-wide broadcast las tnlght. will »ct out to try to obtain five! contributions of $5 each toward the 1952 campaign. The National Committee is din- _,.„.. WouM,, Almost U» on ifjWjny'«iUiintoT» ! fr<rnusi roly primarily on V wouttd ' including torn In KWrwi, undor which 'the uvcrMge man can flHiirt* lur will stsrt horn* nttsr »nywhei'«» from U to nboMl 14 months, innkfls u dlf- rnnco In woldlor thlnklnit, »ny IN pcrtit. Jl« hes » known, definite lima when he e«n expect to «efc through with hi* Job nd h« doesn't need to puncture hlmttolf with « bullet to Itel nut, Prayer m*«Un« will bc»ln at ts30 o'cloCK on Wednesday evening at MHI Idtwrty Nnxarmie Church, the following mid week services pul be hold at tho rir»t oaptlsi Cnufch Wednesday evening at 7 p.m. teacher* and officers mooting <;iiO pray«r and Blbla study. There Will be Bible study and prayer tnooU»8 »l 7 p.m. \*odncs- tiny OvcnWi at the First Christian Church, Choir i>r»ctlce wilt follow A mid Week service will bo held vi ?:4D p.m. Wednesday at tho l Christ. at at IVTI —An today th<* blnst from Britain's first ntornle explosion — us he snw It from tho mainland M miles away — could ht.vc! been made by a type of hy dnitfnn bomb, cratic Finance Committee, told reporters the iiuccess of a few trail runs of the fund-raising idea In New York and elsewhere had been "loo fantastic for words." tic predicts It will revolutionize the financing of political campaigns trlbutirig 800,0«K) rcd-whitc-and-blue booklets, each containing five certificates, to thc solicitors. Everyone who contributes $5 gets a certificate bearing a thnnk-you message from Gov. Adlal E. Stevenson, Democratic presidential nominee. 20 DROWN Twenty MULL, J5n«l»nd crewmen of. the British ttawlar Norman drownmj whon their <KW«t<w vee»«rt foundered in « dense (OK M tho rocky Southeast Const of Ortwnlond, U w«» oil hero today. 'Jtioro will be Bible study ,.4.1 p«m, Wodnesdfty evening inu Cvfrtfrl Baptist Church. Trio Hoard ot Deacons of the ^ros&ytcrJan^phurch will moot on ftenlna «t 7 p.m. day by singing "In u Little Spanish Town" and "Little Brown Jug." but said slie'd rather fly to Hall- fax, where she lived in a lighthouse for 28 years. She celebrated thc occasion yes- tcnlay with six of her children, 32 grandchildren, 63 great grant!The plan was originated byi children and four great-great William J. Monginl w n t c h o d Q ca rdsley RumI, -the New York grandchildren, from » press lookout yesterday! economist and corporation director! Her observations: .._..„, ' " "-••' vho helped father thc pay-ns-you-, onesn't get you any place," and, yesterday urn income tax withholding plan "Modern girls show more intclli-l iiii irlnK World War II. lluml, chairman of thc Demo- REACHES 100TH BIRTHDAY LOS ANGELES —Mrs. Annie birth- Tobin celebrated her -Mrs. 100th Woman Found Dead in Seat of Auto STUTTGART — Thi> night clrrk of a Little .Rock hotel was found dead in the back seat of an automobile here early this morn- Inp and her two companions are being questioned by city and count> police. She was Mrs. Grace of thc Southern Hotel at 01 me souinern noiei a^ ftp"? I ^ A A Rock, Sheriff Harold WooclsoTfslul.j ner _ He did not give the cause of death. Woodson said Mrs. Hayden from the farm they stopped In __Bluff for coffee, then headed »r Sluttgart, arriving here at about 2 a. m. They said they thought Mrs Hayden was asleep and left her in the back seat of the car while they went into a cafe. * At about 8:30 they returned 10( the car and found Mrs. Hayden still in the back seat. They became worried and tooR the woman to a local clinic where Dr. E. A. McCracken pronounced Doily Scropbog g y HAL BOYLE HEW YORK Oft— How would you & ;: Mt« to earn a living giving away Hope MARRIES STAGE MANAGER SAN FRANCISCO — J a n e t ,5 ^«tti£lfrkj'Qift ma pww iwii.v~.v- PI. i i -— tftroWrtlN" »4 vitality, changing daik months ' * * ' and ywri to brlgWw, bapp<« times. So tot Cftrdul help you look, rtXUMb^S C««tal "tawwwt" from your " *mls*tod«y.(8ftyi*«>r<J-VO«wH/»''). L, A R D U S I Monthly Crompi • Chang* ot sSU IINE ^ •%. Mrn AtfNtf »mlth III BnUrtnlm with Brld«« P*rty Mfi, Alfred Smith III of Baton itougrf, La.j.iWhd Is tho 1 house Kuost oi! her parent?, Mr. ahd Mrs. H. P. Hum»yT onto>t«lnod with a bridge party Thursday afternoon at tho Lawiwn Hotel, n»«ui and chrysanthemums lit ijraccful Hrran8V mont * woro U80<1 (or douorutions. The hf«h icoifft PJfU* wa« won by Mr*. Jack Hobfty and the cut prlzo by Mr*,'^len O«0 ?K 'jfflfa, , Other BUBsU Inoiu4wpr», OU«B| Mrs. Jack* Harollt M*l<' 8. B.jftott Jr., Mrs, Charlie Scott, Mrs, Gtttir* no Down, Mr*, 0, Qt. Hirst, Mrs. j, T, Worthlngton, Mrs, R. W. «oyrmkl», Mrs. Hansol Herttof, and Mrs Hurold Purkor. Tho Hnlloween moth* was oftrrl«d (nit m thu tiitlys, napkins anu aplec- itiuiu dessert course that was ser- V(!(l, : .- __ r a >• till Johnson Honorfd on Uiftoday Mr. nnd Mrs, Arohlo Johnson .iHuriuimu with a not dog supper un the luwn of IhcU 1 hom« Thursday evening honoring tholr son, UH, on his sixth birthday. Hullowoun favors marked placos lof Mtko Daniel, A(«; Of"-** wolly IMttinnn, Jimmy and tied Qrahom, Bill Justin,^ • o«jnl» «rtd u.l a» thu taW« Qi».«. with H whltu cloth and, centered Wii.i un of*in«6 and brown birth- a,.y cn(fu topped with » Hollowoou uetJoMiiou, *»mte«, «un« an4 ft h.rm in tne Hailowotjh tnotl? J ul»o used. • ' ' :>\« -, «- ; fs*. Room Muthari M**t mornlnu when Britain set off the niighty blfidl nt th« deserted Monto Hello Ir.lnnd* off tho northwe«t coast of Australia. "Thin could have boon a hydro- gan bomb of the dimensions of n Plutonium bomb." Mnnglnl said. "Tho color of the fUnh und its differed materially from the descriptions and photographs <jf n plutonium bomb." He added thnt thc blast appeared to bo more destructive than those produced by U. S, ntomlc explosions. Itcporlcrn who wntchud the atom explosion— thc world's 37th— said the burnt of light nnd thc subse quent nlomlc cloud did riot rcsem bio those produced by American tests. They described the explosion as orange-red in color, thc shape and sl/.e of the setting sun, and (mid the cloud did not take the familiar mushroom form but bullet up Into a razzed Z-shape. Miinginl said, however, the dif forences in appearance could hiivo rOHUltod from differences In th terrain whore tho tests wore mudu Tho Australian physicist .said th companions, Ralph Burke Shaddox and Faith Burke Shaddox, whose address was given as the Southern Hotel, gave him this explanation: Mrs. Hayden and the Shaddox's went to the Cummins Prison Farm "Worry! to visit Mrs. Hayden's husband afternoon. Returning Blair, 31, blonde star of "South, Pacific," married her stage man-j ager, Nick Mayo, 32, here lasj night between stops of the road show, Diamonds are composed oj cat* B^ bon. gctice for not working as hard as girls did In my day." blast from yesterday's explosion bounced 3,000 feet oft the ground in three seconds— equivalent t ;«bout 2BO mile an hour— Indlcat ^JhK tremendous explosive power. America's first novel, "Power of Sympathy." by Susannah H. R6w- son, appeared In 1700. ATTENTION!! FORD TRACTOR OWNERS For a limited time only. FREE Paint Job with each complete tractor overhaul. Let us prepare your tractor for the tough jobs ahead. We pick up and deliver. HOPE TRACTOR CO 500 S. Walnut Hope, Ark. Authorized Dealer Phone 7-2479 Ford Tractors . . . Dearborn Farm Equipment DID YOU KNOW THAT: The National Safety Council Reports that a summary of accidents reports in 24 states showed that 17 out of 100 drivers involved in fatal accidents had been drinking. Also that in 22 out of 100 fatal accidents a driver or pedestrian had been drinking. If you drink don't drive — If you drive don't drink. The life you save may be your own. ARE YOU PROTECTED SEE ROY ANDERSON & CO. — INSURANCE — 21 OS. Main Box 405 Hope, Arkansat a Sound easy? It has its problems," says Jan- iCC Gilbert, who is known as "Miss Moneybags" in the entertainment World. 1ft the last seven years she has u handed out more than two million rddlfars to contestants as the pay* filg teller of 'Break the Bank," <me of the pioneer radio and television network quiz programs. The trouble with this otherwise pleasant chore is that many in the audience fail to realize Janice is merely a paid performer, dishing out the sponsor's dough. They per Stst in regarding her as a privately wealthy "lady bountiful" with a philanthropic urge to shower her *• ,_ ...i— are able Star WEAtHKfl ARKANSAS -* GeWoratty *al slowly rising temperatures ffif afternoon Thursday, Cold • ••$«-< tonight. *& 5 TemperatUrai High 60 Low 53D YEAR: VOL. 53 — NO. 307 Stat Of N»M > Jan. HOPE, ARKANSAS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8,1952 fcfiSTl 'O.NS Cotton Crop Forecast Is Increased WASHINGTON (/P) The Agriculture Department In a harvest-time report, today estimated this ycar'r W. H. Dovis, 73, Succumbs at His Home Here W. H. Davis, aged 73, a resident of Hope, died early today at his home on North Hcrvcy Street. He is survived by his wife, five daughters, Ruth Taylor, Mrs. Bit Brooks, Mrs. Orrie Bycrs, Mrs own money on people who are, «« . = , ™ ^"iM^O bales of to give the name »* ft* nat gg 500 pounds gross weight. anthem or tell who killed CocK p uTh ^ s {lgurc ls 52 4,000 bales more K ^H is weird - really sometimes thanjas^ month's forecast of 18, frightening," she said. < produced" last year and Three times she has had ^tc. £>^ m £ or thc ten ycar 1941 . 5 i her average, of I Thc indicated crop Is South Koreans Retake Points Seized by Reds By GEORGE A. MeARTHUR SEOUL, Korea I.TI — South 1 roan infantrymen fighting with buy Imon Pnyton and Mrs. Jessie Brooks and a son, Ernest Davis, all of Hempsteud. i "••»•• •""".•"•', " T „ vlt ^i Funeral services will be held onets tonight recaptured a vital at 3 p.m. Thursday at Carroll shell-eracreel peak overlooking the Memorial Baptist Church by the ancient Invasion, route U> Seou 1 in - • • w m| a brutal battle that has ragea since Monday night. A front line officer said the Korean troops cut a Chinese battalion ot 700 men down to 150 men in recapturing the crest of White Horse Hill on the Western Front. The peak-main objective ot the biggest, Communist attack in a , year — has chanucd hands more than a dozen times ns both sides 0. A. Graves Admitted to Bar 50 Years Ago On October 8. 1902 Circuit .Indue Joel D. Comvny. admitted n young Hope lawyer to the Hcmpstcnd bur, enabling him to start the practice of law in Arkansas. , The young attorney was O. A. Graves, senior member of Graves and Gnives, widely know Hope law firm, ^•sF^kF • • • ^sw^» y Dead, 3 Rev. Klbcrt "O'Stccn. Burial bo in Rose Hill Cemetery. require flt and A SSssure salesmen also mis-1 '£^~£? ^forecast take her for a brunette goldjntae.| menui^ *^ 5<m ba , eSi _ weather in some sections "">•» - —«,— -- and I of the cotton belt cut production cat ?: t d . riVC ..5 n ,™l°^ ll l*™: !l below what it would have been had conditions been more favorable. V* i.* ** i. ^s* 84 Room Mfttw* Ol coU Schools met «t aftoi " SNirfy mrtrtN ww»l« rtU* .A-CwO-C schotti ,„.. Haltom jr. m churao, Tho uutlos mndu lor thu «iaiu,tt]| imvo wlitciv stftrlflU^ CMIltUIUOB UlUll 10th, fi'ormu »q&,j)V diatributua Mr«. JM. .,,^, 1 . l at (he ichooii. Mr, and ,~,, m , », ot Uont) aoftch^': W^Jt .v' i &?-¥>!> V NC CENTER Announcing the 1952-53 Essay Contests of THE LION OIL COMPANY which will award 18 COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIPS to Students and Teachers Lion Oil Company has again expanded the Lion Oil Scholarship Fund-this time to provide additional scholarships /or high school students and schdlarsliips for elementary school teachers 'as well as high school teachers. The future progress of the South depends not only on educational advancement of Southern Youth-our Future Leaders, but also on the continuing advancement of Southern teachers who guide our Soutliern boys and girls. wouldn't buy an island oft Fieri da." But Janice, who* acts in from four to eight soap 1 operas a day besides her quiz show stint, and her husband are sinking their sav ings in a new home they call "break-the-bank, Because that s what it did — it broke our bank account." V . At the start of each show she •duffs UD to several thousand dol , „,_,„..— Sr. in her handbag. Two body- Sen. Richard M. Nixon sa,d las guards and a watchdog stand by | night Fr.e.ldentJTrumjm _and Sec Raps Attacks on Reputation of Eisenhower ABOARD NIXON TRAIN Iff) — threw tanks, artillery into the raging battle. A few hours earlier the men Sparkman in Tour of W. Virginia I A ICW nours utiniur mu ^.*...*-"HUNTINGTON, W. Va. M — Thchccklcssly charged through an nl Jemocralic vice presidential nom-1 \i c ft artillery barrage and capture! nee mi'tle four brief appearances the crest. Then they hit the Ko and a major address in West Vir-j ean defenders on the south slop ginia yesterday, then headed intoU> u t thc Republicans held fast, neighboring Ohio for more cam- Fighting was only slightly less psigninK today. _ bitter elsewhere along the front as " the big Red offensive moved into Chinese A~t Huntington, Sen. John J Sparkman expressed doubt that ;i s third day. Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower, GOP Allied warplanes rocketed' over- presidential nominee, can ever get head, plastering Red lines directly hio "RmixKlinar, tftnm in Ujnrk tf)-l ,,-l.J 1 4U« f..nnt behind the front. I sUll'get a real thrill out of its cost to the prestige of Amer- nys. '"speaking to a Republican rally eleTg^e out was $U.840 at Canton O., Republican vice e his Republican team to work to gcther should he win the election. The Alabaman called out the names of Sen. Joseph McCarthy, Son. James Ken of Missouri and other .Republican congressmen, then said: 'I wonder if Eisenhower really believes he is going to whip this bunch into a winning ball team should he ever be given the C "He C 'must know they are opposed! EN ROUTE WITH EISENHOW to everything that he has support- ER, (OP) It will be BB years next to a corporal who had been crip pled in Korea." , Once she became so nervous she tore up $500 in bills, another time bit her tongue so sharply she had to go to a hospital, In other mis.- advents £he ..has. been, glared by"a raccoon, nipped by a mon- kc-y, and insulted by a non-housebroken hen used to illustrate queries on the program.- . • Still another time, told to "bring out the next animal," she blithely opened a cage and started to lift out the occupant — a wild ocelot. Its trainer screamed a warning. WPK COX. Mm. & ^5J5STr. »plU Friday in El Doj-ttdo and, was accompanied homo by Major Spott - •-spent uw wo>fc 4nd " •«Pi» SCOPE OF 5TUDENT-ESSAY CONTESTS BROADENED » $1,OOO Scho/arships for High School Sfudenfs ~372 Cash Awards for Students and Sponsors Mr. «ud Mr*, a Hop* w%r« Frld»y « guest* *a\v .,,.j, OrviUo Kolly and «on, John ny ot Vmldron have bxton the ftuenta ot her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Joluiny Hook*. MU* Marilyn M»y uf Camdcu was U\o Krlduy guo*t wl Mr. and Mirs. Chftrtte Tfeowas «n4 Mary U>u Thwna», Vc»c> NEW CONTIST ION 15 omwa^vo y^ |4w ^ IM und «w* ai^rfsM* to ( „ , „ w seirjos wflj wftxm of tout contests, open to hlsrfi slhool ktudontJ in public, fcivate or parochial sciwwls InwraAt whore Uot\ potrolftUrt products an sola at the sign ol the Uon. The total area of eUgiWlity U divided into Uuee go* graphical tones which iue4described to detail in the Scholarship Fund Rules Boolist In *aoh of the four con- iASY TO ENTER i Jo ejiter, u high school student must write an essay in *E}00 words or less, get the essay approved und signed by Jttis teacher, and send it-to: V. Ll6N OIL SCHOLARSHIP FUND '^r ^1 Dorado, Arkansas . FIRST CONTEST STARTS NOW Th* subject for the first con^st Is; Kf t*|f**«V*** ^«v«"V* ~ «•***» »»* *fW***~r*" ™? T1 » —• —' ._,,--, , - _. Scholarship Fui^d Rulw Bool^t In each of the four con- .« My Definition Of Gw4 Citizenship" tests to beTwld during this school year, a separate set of ** *"« * rf " /s „}„. ..^ii i._ ^.Cf^^<..S 1-. ..%^k «WVMO *T*k*te elitrtiAit^e i» ft KV»**Jne tvitiul- I\A nncHmuririVi ImmrA miflnicfht' JlJCtOl Itrt. Tom Powwdy and M»-». Oftwoodjr n\otoc«i to Tws. tor tho day, . Br»d Bright and Mrs, Cova t sp«nt TwwUy (n T»«ti> and yetted Bmyc« HW who Mr, and Mrs, Q«or«e Chrlstoph«r and son, O«orf« HamUtoo, spent rt ot l»«t wttftk In UUle Koek ati«md«tihcUvc*toc>t Show. Mr*. H. M McK*n»le and Jim, ryson, Ed t ud Sid Purtle »n4 »h« cloHJ> 4 *»¥ Show to UtUc , awards will bo offered in each zone. Thus, students in given xoue will not compete against students in other tones. ' MORI SCHOLARSHIPS Fiwt-place winner in each tone, in each of the four contests, wins a one-year scholarship (cash value $1,000) to any accredited college or university of his or her choice. The scholarship are unusual in that thov are sufficient to co\*r not only tuition, but also such incidental expenses »$ laboratoiy fees, hooks, room and board. Twelve scljol- will be ttwwided during the school year. Entries must be postmarked befpre midnight, ^October 31, 1052. Subjects for the other essay contests will b^ announced at a later ditto and aro listed in Rules Booklets. High School Students. ., Don't M/JJ Opportunity to Attend the College of ' Choice on a Lion Oil Scholarship Ask your teaclu-r or principal for free rules booklet, or write the Uon Oil Scholarship Fund. MORI CASH PRIZIS The nuaiber of merit awards in #»ch contest has been iurteastid to 45; that is, 15 in each %one. If an essay does not win a $1,000 schobwship but is among the 15 nest best entries in a zone, the writer will receive a cash award of $25.QCK One hundred and eighty merit awards will bo given during th* school year. Endarted by State Education «nd CaAoite NOW/ ESSAY CONTESTS FOR GRADE AND HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS Six $1,200 Scholarships Now . . . Lion Oil offers Southern teachers in elementary and high schools the opportunity to win scholarships for advanced education. Lion will conduct two essay contests for Southern teachers. Three winners will be selected in each con' test. The three winners in each contest will each receive a $1,200 scholarship to the college or univer> sity of his or her choice. Teachers, principals and superintendents teaching in public, private and parochial high schools or elementary schools in areas where Lion petroleum products are sold at the sign of the Lion are eligible to'enter these contests. The first contest is now open. To enter, a teacher should write an essay in 1,500 words or less on the following subject: "What J Can Do To Become A Better Teacher" Entries in this first contest must be postmarked before midnight of November 30, 1952- For complete information write the Lion Oil Scholarship Fund. •* Office* ol Arkansas, Mimurfppi and T 'I just thought it was a big cat," said Janice. 'It could have taken my arm off, but all it did was lick my hand." Giving away a fortune in casn over the years has taught her a lot about people. •The shyest, most introspective people are the real hams a heart," -she said. "Doctors, oddl enough, are the biggest showoffs And what worries most people isn't how much money they'll win. , They fret over whether their California Usually on Winning Side Iran Peace Bid Has a Condition :TEHRAN, Iran, (UP)—Premier Mnhammcri Mossadegh has left the 0137.200,000 price tnfi on his offer to resume negotiations with Britain for settlement of thc Angio-Iranian oil dispute, it was dis- clcsed tod.iy. The aficd and ailing premier in vlled Britain to send n mission to Tehran to resume discussions bro ken off nearly a ycar ago. But he tacked on a demand fo immediate payment of $50,000,00 before Britain sends its mlssk)' here and an additional $B1,200;QO three weeks later. Britain previously had rejected Mossadegh's demands foi '<caah payment of "indemnities'. 1 clrilmed due by Iran as a prcrcguisile renewed negotiations. British Express Trains Collide, IOO Feared Are Injure 76 Bodies Ar Recovered Fr Wreckage Truman Defends Brannan Plan to Farm Crowd By DAYTON MOORB , • SHENDANOAH, to that anyone hod , rind, better-than any- £|U \^dIibVllt V^»1 v*»*» —, — jT- — .presidential nominee said. 'They I now blame Eisenhower for everything, for high prices, for tremendous losses to the Communists — even for Korea." The California senator, on the ftrst leg of a two-day whistle-stop our of Ohio, said, "n the ordei of importance the Democratic line up now reads: Truman, Acheson and Stevenson," and added: •Stevenson's failure to disavow hese dishonest attacks against Gen. Eisenhower by Truman and Acheson has spelled his defeat." Nixon said it is essential to maintain a sound national economy in order to beat world communism. 'I charge that the record of cd so valiantly in thc past. Does month since California voters, by he think he can capture them?" a small margin, preferred James On his swing through Southern G. Blainc to Grovcr Cleveland for West Virginia earlier in thc day, president ot the United Slates. Sparkman ridiculed the Republi- Cleveland was thc nation's can cry that it is time for a choice, however, in every election since" that one of 1884, California change. iiiiigv* I a*i-njv- nis*v u»»»- •—-• -— -i Any change thc Republicans has been on the winning side of could, make could only be one to presidential contests, sometimes by the 'hord times ot Hoover," ha no more than a whisker. ?a id. . It looks like a close one again Crook Counl Tired of Ma|y Straw Polls BALTIMORE.- I/PI — A far-ranging coi'respondant of the QJVHirnoro Sun reports thc bndgercdjvolcrs of Crook County in OrcgoiWare sick and tired of having their pulso) taken by election POlJsJ.gr!>.,;,;, Idcnt Truman today"dotondodl th Brannan plan and called Qouora Dwight D. Elsenhower's, .farm speeches "unbelievable" and "conglomeration of generalities platitudes, half truths and plal misrepresentation," v> i Mr. Truman told a ftoim crowd here that Secr6,ta^y. ot Agriculture Charles, Brannan ."rrjttdo tho best recommendations to tako care ^ ot perishables thought ot. . ...... ono has thought of since. He said,Eisenhower had engaged In "some, cheap name-calling 11 In criticizing the Brannan plan. In a speech prepared for delivery at the annual Slienandoah Pancake Festival, the President sold lha Elsenhower had tried to "steal th<- iSomocratlc record," but warnet that tho GOP would Junk admlnlB tratlon farm programs if it got tho Herald that Gov. Adlal E. Stevenson's^ farm speeches make U •'plain" that "ho stands on tho tjemocratic record and the Demo"3 platform." OU, can count on tie and Improve Iho Jury Rules tor Defendant In Damage Suit Beforo adjourning until November into yesterday nt Hemnstoiid Circuit Court Jtu-y ruled for tho, defendant and declared "both parties negligent" In u $10,000 person- it damage null. Hugh Bourdon ot Hope sought compsenation from tho Hope Brick Works following an auto-truck accident. By 0. D, GALLAGHER HARROW, England., (XJ speeding oxprosa trains rtop a crowded commuter Death All But Wipes Out Family BATESVILLE Iff! — Death nil but wiped out a North Arkansas family yesterday, when a small panel truck carrying four persons plummeted into thc White Blver. The four, Inducing an Infant boy, drowned whon the truck, Us brakes apparently defective, roared down a Bleep Incline and crashed tP'.-ough thc guard rail on a ferry. Dead are 45-yonr-old Lynn Crowell his wife, Mrs. Donnle Crowell, 41 her daughter,- Mrs. Minnie L. Shorrin, 25, ond : Mr». Shorrln's 7-mot\th-01d s°n, Sumuol., . — -jr.-. .Only two men surveyed, tho vie- end crushed . 1 - . — . «M .. _ . _ 111 „, '1. 1 '!_» A b.ur4 ill CntlflM A I On H|tVlI>4/•.<•>• Mr *«^IC ~»"~.^T'^—"• '- n. for Amorlcau agrl row Station today in _ train wreck In 37 your.*, ijKIU second worst In Us history*;^ Roscuo wortem by midfnti^ hnd dragged 41 bod<8Bt,|w| tangled, SO-foot-hlgh .hf"" brla in which tho dead ».,-.-. were trapped. They osUmlJ, death loll may oxcoed JJTOi^ flclal ostlmato placed J ^ "' of dead'at 75. ...,«, Three hundred persons'We| Jurod. Hospital treatment •"-* quired by 111 and only 3:, number could be discharge emergency dressing Of •wounds, v . Tho toll was 'mounting hoUf$ volunteer reHCtie teams ifsijls 50 American modlcal, Coti from nearby olrbnsos, putlog tho crumpled and twisted ot wrecked passenger Shortly aftec tho 111 been removed Worn fyo' W: a huge erorio lifted lh(f hulk of ono coach, least 20 additional titn«: Mrs, CroweU's son; by a , vlous rnarrla'go, who lies seriously wounded in an ArtnfcjhOBn^i!), . " . J-. I •^'.W.i»iiJ-."-'^ : '-'''-- i -"'* t . < * 11 "^-- - memirer 6f the aMod tprcos. , Several yet J Sparkman had a crowd of about here this year. Aboard Dwight 2,000 in the Huntington City Audi- Eisenhower's Republican Spocin torium, a highly receptive crowd which entered - California '--'-•• estimated by police at 1,500 at Lo- they are saying, that as gan and smaller groups at Beck ' - - •*— —"-ley, Mullens and Pinevillc. Crook County has been besi by pollsters because in'every tion since 1H80 it has voted He was scheduled to speak to a | Adlai Jackson-Jefferson dinner at Colum bus, O.. tonight at 9 p. m. (EST) goes, so goes thc nation. That was the ,word, too, at GoV. i wus> uiu ,wuiu, iuu, »,. w> .. E. Stevenson's Democrats »«" vor of the candidate who lu. todav l out to bc Iho majority cholc^pfp voters throughout thc nation. The reaction of Crook c6unUans was reported by THomas 'O'N'^Uli • ..UH6 inuaiwcM'' » w*-*--.— enticed.;across. .Nebraska during ^KCh .fivui Sen. Robert A. the night. ' friends will think them, dumb they, miss an easy question." Janice said that an agent from \} the Bureau of Internal Revenue usually stands by to chck the names and addresses of all win. ners. Often he alshs them if they want to pay their income tax righl then and there," she said, "but so Truman and Acheson — as well as that of Acheson's former' assistant Adlai Stevenson — gives the American people no hope for safety at home from the sinister threat ot Communism. If we' continue this team in office for another four years, there will be more Algcr Hisses, more atomic spies, more crises," .. The election of Eisenhower, the senator said, will be the signa for the general to rid the govern ment of Communists 'and the peo pie who put them there." At Canton, Nixon addressed a near-capacity crowd in thc 6,000- corrospbndent. headquarters back in SprlnsClcld.l "7'' ^ks/' OINclll aald In ineludina thc dispatch from balem, urc., - , through, tol People of Crook County population the other half seat Memorial Hall. A police-csti mated crowd of 750 greeted the senator on his arrival at the railroad station. Earlier, Nixon gave rear-plat- Had Enough Excitement Says Mantle (Mickey Mantle's sixth inning homer proved to be the run that won the 1952 World Series for the Yankees but he added a run producing single in the seventh for good measure. In the following dispatch, he tells how he did it.) ars^^a^BfiSsvni ing-of-age of the two largest states, vdiiaDiyint Pr ° .. each an unbelievable empire «» 3™^^ ^p"5S? tt S other state is Texas. H^U^^^^^ iiorai voiu ..mum «,„ ««» to refusing, to state a 24. California leaped from 25 to 32 slamming the door - • while such states as New York and l»'c e less advance mtonnation Pennsylvania, were losing. Califor- t, what; t he naturn wUl «^ov. 4, nia casts as many electoral votes , One/man the pott«• nc «»y M now as. thought mountain states L -"^ *"* J* m * ™ .i?" J. *. C °uS e rts almost as much wclghtSurgr "eVprtaovliic"(W^'n - -2fiftt.T T7l« f <1r.H^k 1 .'M'niir TTflrtlonH * 3.233). r Mrs. only about 3 minutes before tho no araonR th victims.' ,„, will also speak at tho i; FostWaV but did not pro- Tatt aide said the depend a » M .."-n said. Truman said, r ,vnt.-...M W »-St. attempt to fe Demo.cralic record that i Have aver seen." the ver BVJCU. t says the larm programs ol t 25 years wore brought inu> rujhffH Bald> Ho 8ajr8 ^^ been ' OVQ?wholmingly WI/V*M»«*-»"« l***T *f * ' aoid that that a ip show that 'the , B »u J t know much about wnavB penn going on in the United Iffi 4uiln{ th% 40 years ho' B been in the arw-" accident that her son, Samuel Pin son, had been wounded , In' Korean combat, He said the family was en route to Batosvillo, whoro , CrowCll was to be examined 1 rit a hospital. The officer said the brttkoa on the truck apparently .wero detective and Mrs. Crowoll, the driver, was unable to stop as the truck tpproached the Oil Trough forry, He said on examination ot tho 'truck, hauled out of eight foot ot water about an hour and 20 minutes uftor tho accident, showed that Mrs. Crowoll had shut oft the ignition and shifted to a tow- tCJUB,f I»"T*» *T r m f i—'^JT— T -{ rear tho fftfoed Hor^W Boys, Wftic nl Prlrno» chill. ' ' J. llQ r *ip*,ifv r a~ ".T" 'f r 'j commularfl wilting we whon tno^ tfciPMS .creoh Tho "NlJrtW Sgot'Ku: Perth, ScoUnnd'to — „—,Ing at (58, mUas wnnfM heavy ^^^^^^^^^^^hAn^ er gear In a futllo oltort to stop the vehicle. England, far as I '= ev^ody a^ayll loST uii.>t Coshocton^ Steubcn says, "No. thanks. I'll figure it out vil'e, Denmaon. N—* l 8 t er Y« I ville. Fire Chief I Vlllc. C HC V^HiCk. »f *••* •• —— j J timated 6,000 persons surrounded Nixon's train platform at Coshoc- Three Escapees Are Recaptured ton. By MICKEY MANTLE As told to the United Press BROOKLYN (UP) —I've had, _ .. . enough excitement'for one season— r- 6 *;™ 1 . •••, t r SJtt1C^ to ^|^a3afeL5r i i homa where things are",;.a little more quiet. 3,233 . 'Bfjley, who knows in tnl county, d as a Hcilds Routine ^ to the were topped, expi-csB, train to LmakW riuo toosldwittal can. - f rowiUon McCarthy have gained from 1040 to On his swing through the state s Eastern coal-mining area, Njxon said the way to defeat cpmmuQism "without a war is to win th^ bat- __ authorities today are expected tol ne arts of the people. It's a spiritual came oitf one of Joe Bla. pick up three escapees from the an( j ro0 ral offensive. You've . got | didn't feel any special elation Shelby County penal farm at Mem- to get tne crooks out of Washing' whjje I was going around phis who were recaptured 1 a s t ton . Eisenhower will restore sound| bases, figure it was night on a sheriff's "hunch." morals." Sheriff Burton Arnold said two of the prisoners, John Dailey. 23, and Hugh Farrell, 18, were arrested on the White River bridge here last night. Joe Collins. 21. \vas picked up at a nearby tourist court. UTTLE; RQCK, ^ Arnold said he first suspected medical ..examiner the fugitives were in this territory m onoxi<Jt"" wten he recovered a "atripped "l.life of f. Tribune:. .Eisenhower '68, Stevenson, 38, undecided 39 won't tell 15, not .res- istc-rd 5. ' • ; . "Bailey," O'Neill reported, " _ " . . .« !..«« t-fr by nftniB/H 1 , B o*"" jvi " » ,: r ~ . «Fii, delivery & iho University ot Wis- 1 - fieldhouse, in the farming area, nor Califor- will be stake is enormous, interests are enor- Di«d Carbon Monoxide The » Jr-J :r &^\sy-ss.'ssss\ssjri race relations and touching practi- I cally every Issue which in other get Brooklyn to make nine 1 outs. It was the same way when «• was me same «v»j •..«.« . 1at -_ r i n »« a hell SS^JfJL'^: 1 ^? ±ST S Sta T:ice_in g arow,now,Republicans , tho seventh. What state c heer about? says carbon _^ -ir „_..„ claimed the over. But I sure was tickled pink wi.en ne recovered a »H»»JI"=M i juj. ol a'jfcHttW AW* woman found w j, en Gene Woodling made the car from the White River late yes-jc^aa in apiutomobile »t Stuttgart na i ou t O f the game. «nV<4-iv Tho niitnmnhilA hnre Tenn- 1-^. mrnnrfav I That was mv bie ' have picked a Californian for their *eer about? , presidential candidate. That's The game was far from be ng » tlcal S8Ulte to the >t ate'« His check at the court house showed the registration is 2,404 Democrats, 1.790 Republicans and 47 unaffiliated. ,, ,, It also showed considerable changing to Republican for each Republican switching to Democrat. Election officials reported most pf those chan'glng appeared under tr-e eluclon it is necessary to be fl-egisttcred as a Republican ta cost a Republican ballot or as a Democrat vote for a Democratic candidate at th<S November "ejec. (U P) Dwlgbt D. Eisenhower, who recently said that President Truman was shooting "harmless blanks" in his direction, was ready today to "«re some real heavy »aWMi" at the chief, executive. In a routine session lost night Council nccopted » pro» \o Board pf Trustees ol ,,„ whereby a fee charged *«,-» 9 i.Hl«'hi School football team tar use of the park would be d?op« V TJie fee wlU be waived for one season arid in return tho .Tigers wiU play a benefit •..gamo'"to help tho Civic Improvement, Association meet a loan, payment on the park, It the plan falls the fee will be slapped back on next season. The council voted to pay expenses for sending the mayor, city attorney, Insurer and derk awl one alderman .to a meeting oi the Ar • -- 51 -- Municipal league October thu Harr fcllO Oft !*n'Vf**»'»»»«Hl T»ri^»T«^v*r >T' ( foot bridge across' whl commuter* "»"•-'••'— tholr trains, , . <• ,>, Within seconds the bj overturned « mounjtsln Ql There was ft »«•».«.», ^ after tho wrcckag^rhMfl Then the r--~ -*—• pierced with , injured and trupp • In ono oof ' bodies of 10 „, , found, Only pne v partment p^Uet04 that he ; with both fc —° 1K " major campaign H<™>T»-* --. rr- Franeisco's Cow PaiHee tonight. TIACHIt-**ONSOtS WIN, TOO The teacher spousoriivg a first-pUoe winner in any contest mxiv«$ $300 cash. A ttsacher spunsoriivg the winner of « $25.00 merit award will recei\ti $25.00 cosh. Th* NiW . £$»>•$ will be nited ..<on the following baas: (ll (8) Why Th* Scholarthip Fund W*l i if 0*fff h*d Lion Oil is part-and-parcel of the South, employing more than 2,600 persons with an annual payroll of more than $11,000,000. Lion Oil manufactures more than sixty petroleum products which keep ths wheels of Southern industry, transportation and agriculture spinning. Lion's nitrogen fertilizers earich the sou of LION Oil II Porodo Southern farm... help Southern farmers pro. duce more and better crops. The Scbul&Rihip Fund is Lion Oil CocDMtky'f way of wying, Wo believ'e ij» the South... an eaeer'to assw its sons and daughters . , .our —Good Neighbors!* 57 - : COMPANY Arkansas terday. The automobile bpre Tenn: essee license plates, he said. ' The convicts admitted they had Stolen a par in Memphis alter es2*pe last Thursday, the ^^.J Caid. AU were serving rob- bejry terms. last Anderson NettlesWp said ting the homer or the single. Win Wilson Hayden, ning th e World Series in the big-ably was overcome monoxide while th* fa y gest kick any player can get, car think. sis Tnunan t* Name N«w C.ech "-*-- *»*VH*Wi«»**»>' ** WPT-— «->—•- i b*iM4ni waveling from Pine BJufl to Just as soon a s I can I'm get|art, en route to Uttle Rock. ting back to my home in Okla- W^^-~ " * _._i t 1 ..£nl«>A«4 VlOlM* . •»«„- _-_:_— 4^. rrni erttVIO U \T\I r* f «?M MJWVC *v jw****** »»*•-—-1 ting ijatA tu »i*y •*«»..%, «. »««, Hayden Who had visited herUoma. I'm going to get some kind husbai4, Stanton E. Hackle Hay- \ ol a j ob in the mines. I don t den at Cummins Prison F-aran. know just what but I think I n was returninfr to Wttte Rock with worlt as a roustabout or something _.__ _ _ _ Eisen . ^nd"Caiifornia's Sen. Richard M. Nixon can achieve what Gov. Thomas E. Dewey and California's Gov. Earl Warren could not do four years agpr*-bring California back to the Republican col- umn - . . ,,_, The blue chips are down in this tion. , ..,. Crook County gave a majprlty to President Truman last year IO jrrcbiucuv ** «».*»•» .-.-- . . while Oregon was going the, other visy. Pipefitters Walk Out at Pine Bluff Now in College ' peWtlon to 8,b*indon an allpy be twcen South, Watout and Main »d» joining l?th wd 13th Streets, waft ovey t« the Strict and, AJJey , • office-wall drainage 4th jnaw**V**»*' *^T'T **' "*F***4 . soo SHippy K-wa^S, 19. fcwnerly Korea, is « ft»> jnembe? ol tne '. West .Virginia University freshman The to look Street^ Ralph Burke Shaddox, both like that. It'll keep me in shape for next season. % new eiwoy said the trio stopped at Stuttgart and the couple left K2g5TW t*« «t asleep. When tb*y were unable to _ « . '_.A..__»!.«** *« in^ l!lUs 6. . Officials expect the post will go to George Wadsworth, forrow awaken her oa returning car, they took her to - to the DIES OF POLIO ROCK frankly acknowledge It, Both Ste^ venson and Eisenhower will be expected to talk much here of the Pa* cific, Asia and Korea. Korea would be hot in California if those young national guardsmen never had left home. Wayne Taylor, three-year-old son ot Mr. and Mrs. John D. Taylor of Sbejridan, Ark-, died »t a bos- . The voters here have an anxious — John! eye and an ear for the Orient on Bluff Ajr*enal toa«»y in the long series of strikes at tfee federal construction project, Union officials could reached for a comment * * The gst* to, » university education and ma«l>« a degree to eUi» WM years ago not on be the » hospital, pttal here test night of i»er He w«s stricken wttb the ««s- cape ab^t « week Ms iig^ »# j-^dwiicu n-" •* *--"-—-—--- - ~ . ^ • strike, but individual workers »ay tht dispute involves a pay raise. The Army Engineers in Utu< Bock, however, say «.« waltout - Christian District Church Rally Oct. 13 he met ]Farr ol Hinton, yr. Va. A fortojrn Uttle waif of 12, Skippy was sitting by a roadside in the rain when Gu« lirst roet biro in Korea- Skippy There wll} b.e a ,.,,,, tiofl ot the wventfe diftrtet „. ken«a« Christian Cbwches ^t,| ville, Ark., Oct. J9. ?t " ' l ~ Prlneipal speakers w national ^»-.^ do U- A- W- V *f e#ujy v« » couple cigars Fare home there lat«r adoption .«f te Mbool, 1«4

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