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«w- *=' t tma, t a #?• MOfl IfAft, MOFI, AKKANIAt ^i Mi S«*r #f, \f •mind C k 1 0«t- WirV b*»lnnfn* In * more than VI tftiki btrtwwm " h* begin 19 wonthi B»o. For down over one qu**Uw teis havip IwMm no r««l dl «t Panmunjom mince mid July, Tti« UtBfn* m«i more or !«*» ro«oi»rly every w««k Ju«t lortj?] enough to *«y (hf-y had nothfnx Ov. n. to (t«y and to rtnclarn another On W9dne«dtty even tb« ng» lhpm»i>Iv«t» went into In- diflnlt* fftew. 1 ,Tnl* wan sf the demand of t.'.. 0<m, William it, tt*rrt«an Jr.. chtef U. M, negotiator, He bluntly laid the Communist* the next rnovo w.**, up to tlifm, H« lold them to ne- ! c«pl the U. N. pro(w«fll for nettllnrf IHe prlnonor problem or moke M oropotilt of their . . Thu U, M. **y* It will not force ony 6f ti* prlMtim to *fturn to China or North Kofe* tf UMiy don't wpnt io «o. ff Communht* tiike th« opp* poftftlom that nit prisoner! ld IM returned on both «lde«. Neither side h«* b«en willing to Why the Communist* havp opened wp thl* rrtttch now I* not! el*ar. It may be the result of do-j clftlon* mad* bftwfcn the Russian* find Chinese wtu-u the latter visited Moscow for Important talk* Inst When Sscrp.jry of 8tat«> Achrnon 1 , , While the talk* limped on. the ftahUrtg In Korea continued, Thin • A -o«k IR.OOO Red* nttneked th* U. N, position* In the blffgent Corn- tnunlnl offensive since M«y, IMfl. Thin hs» not boen regarded «o far &« ihe opening of « major Commu. Hint offensive U) drive the U, N. out of Korea. bi» n full-*t-ftl<R dohatp in thf U. N. Assembly, after It op""* r-rxt wcph. It WH» a chnnff* from Urn AiTU'rlenn governmint's prcvl- out position. Until th'-n At-lu'son had oppoiistl V. N. debute on Ko- rcii on thi- Ki-nundu th«t It rnluht Interfere with the I'flniminjom peace talk*, That cca»cd to be n reason th«- tJ N, debate when for mcnihs It was clear the Panmun- jom talk* had become a farce. The t*. S. and ftumlft will ilug It out In the t'. N., an tintial. Ru«*la In ncnd- ing ovrr a high-powered delegation headed by Its foreign minister, Andrei VUhin*ky. This week AcheHon atlll seemed hop<'f«l that a truce In Korea could I,., worked out. He told a news con- fen-nee: "We continue to believe that a luimanltnrlan solution to the prisonrr of war question can be found, and that thin can be done ; ,t Panmunjom." Id., made the statement the same day On. Harrison at Panmunjom r; lli'd tor on indefinite recess in lh« truce talks. Ntwt el th« CHURCHES stock valutcd al about 110 million each year. Sidelights: Federal officials reportedly »r* responsive to the tdei Of letting an appropriation for experiment** tior, into recharging undefgroufctL < This Church Page Is Published Weekly With the Hope that More People Will Go to Church. T HR MAN who hat no Faith in God, nor any human being U dead as a cinder...he has ipirltual leukemia. F«i//i ii tl>o root ot nil blowing. Faith can light up your tout In the darkest night, H OPO U our hiftliest expectation of good. Surely, Hope maintains moil mankind. Hope inuit be Uto tie that keups the heart from breaking. Hope It * urpet afonj the toad nun mu»t w«/ft to tto O/ory Land. ovg, the greatest o( the three. Love suffera'long and U gentle; love never fails, Jgure/y /ove musf be crownm* tract. You will find theie spiritual viu- mini at your church • • • dont roUl • Mfvkik Sponsored By Local Business Firms Who Believe We Should Attend Religious Services Regularly. Hope Boiket Co, fj Soengtr & Htolto Theotrei i William M, Duckett Bruner-lvory Handle Co* 1 * * »• * , * Huns National Bank * Shanhouse Sent, Inc. THf Greening Insurance Agency ondReoltyCo. Chevrolet Co. Ottl T-W54 Norman Mooro J. C. Penney Co. Gunter Lumber Co. Owen's Dept, Stores ••Wt Ol«th« the Family for Lew" Groydon Anthony Lumber Co. The First National Bonk Crescent Drug Store E, J, Whitman Out! Refining Co. Prodmt* J. C. Atchley & Co. Hope Sign & Neon Service CHURCH OF CHRIST Walnut Street A. T. Oliver, Minister 9:45 Bible S'.Udy 10:37 Preaching 11:30 Communion 8:30 p.m. Young Peoples Bible Study, 7:30 p.m. Evening worship. Tuesday 10 a.m. Ladles Bible Study. Wednesday 7:30 Bible Study A welcome awaits you at all services. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH 0:30 Sutiday School for all ages, Thomas Fenwlck, Supt. io:.>U Morning vvorsnip. Dr. L. H. West, Minister. 6 p.m. C. Y. F. There will be no evening service i'hursday. 7:30 p.m. Choir Practice. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH West 2nd at Pine V. D. Keelev. Pastor 9:4") a.m. Church School Teddy M. Jones will teach the Century Bible Class. 10:55 a.m. Morning Worship. Sermon "Arc You Afraid To Die?" 5,-yO p.m. Senior MYF 5:30 p.m. Intermediate MYF 7 p.m. Evening Worship Sermon "Preparedness" Monday 7:30 Wcslcyan Service Guild will have u joint meeting with all circles al the church. Wednesday 7:30 Choir rehearsal. MOPE GOSPEL TABERNACLE North Main Street O. M. Montgomery, Paitor 8:45 Sunday School Guy K. Basye, Supt. 10 Kadio Bible Class. Broadcast over KXAR, O. M. Montgomery, teacher. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Sermon by Pastor 6:15 p.m.. Junior and Senior Christ Ambassador Service, Bill Morton, President. 7:30 Evangelistic Service, Sermon by pastor. Tuesday 7:15 Christian Service Brigade, S. Z. Barwick, leader. Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Mid-week worship. Thursday 2 p.m. Ladies Prayer Meeting. A welcome awaits you at all services. water strata . . . extension __ ^ say two-year old cottonseed should be used whenever possible to cut down on disease. . . record-breaking acreages are reported being put into winter pastures this year to Searcy, Boone and Baxter eoun* ties. . . the J. F. McGee family o*^ Mabelvalc has piled up an lmpfefr>| sive record of 15 grand champk""* in Poland China breeding Stock vision. And adding authority.to the recjJ ord, members of the family havt^ exhibited nine reserve grand chum* pions, 73 first, 44 seconds and 23 third places in competition* 264 MORE CASUALTIES WASHINGTON 1*1'— The Defcnsa Department today identified 264 Korean War battle casualties in A new list that included 38 killed, 305 wounded, seven missing and 14 Injured. No new element has been found in meteorites. IV ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL The Rev. Charles Chambers Jr., Priest -In -Charge 0:45 a.m. Sunday School 7:30 p.m. Evening prayer and sermon. Saturday 7:30 u.rn. Holy Communion (St. Luke) The sermon for this service is the second in a series of sermons on the ways and teachings of the Protestant Episcopal Church. Anyone interested in knowing about the Episcopal Church is urgeJ to come to this service. CATHOLIC Third and Walker Sts. Father A. G. Ounleavy, Pastor 8 a.m. Holy Sacrifice of'the Mass Confessions Heard before Mass and at 7 p.m. Saturday. 0:lo a.m. Catechism Classes for all the grammar grade and High School students. UNITY BAPTIST CHURCH South Elm Street Unity's Gospel Hour 8:25-8:55. over KXAR. 10 a.m. Sunday School. A. Gilbert Supt. 11 Morning Worship 6:30 p.m. B. T. S. 7:30 K veiling Worship Monday a p.m. Regular Ladies Aux. Mrs. John B. Jordan, presiding 0:30 Willing Workers Auxiliary Mrs. L. C. Kennedy Pros. Wednesday 0:30 Teachers Meeting 7:30 Prayer Service. Eternal Quest for Feed Shifts to Rice The Negro Community •y H«l«n Turner Pnort* 7-4474 Or onng lt«m» tp MIM T»rnar at Hlcka t-runeral Horn* Daily Scropbog fty HAL tOYLE NEW YORK (/Pi — The world will no longer beat a path to the door <j{ the man who makes a better mousetrap. lUe world is too busy. The man Who wants to peddle a better mousetrap now has to give it alluring shape, an attractive cd •B catchy name. He has to mak 00 irresistible that a housewife, teeing U, says to herself: "1 have to have that very mousetrap or die. My life won't be complete without it" for in this supermarket era in which clerks act merely as change- makers a product hus to be its oWri silent salesman — It has to sell itself to the customer by the Way it feels or the eye appeal ot its' package. This has given rise to' a little Hope Star WBATMtR ARKANSAS — Pa If this ftf noon, tonight Sunday, Slightly or northwest Sunday. Temperature ,. High T7 Low 3? 53D YEAR: VOL. 53 — NO. 310 c. n »iuaHd j.n. ». m» inn I li'-- --*-—' r ' --—i-- - : HOPE, ARKANSAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1952 M*mb«ri tat AtMtMIMl >r»ti ft AMdlt BunMiJ •! MM O*»l. » MM. PRICE 5c Stevenson Vows BELL MIAMI, Fla. (AV-Gov. Adlai kn6Wn but highly important figure Stevenson promised today to dp a • <,_ i u ^_i n .i ...vt wt in AAV* in« — 4ni>I n u ..iwi «*•«!«** t»4iY« /irM*nnf Inn i (CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST Eld. L. C. Wathinaton lu.jLo ounuay 'bchopl, it iviornuig worship .'.- b p.m. VT. P, W. W.- a p.m. livening worship. GARRETT MEM0RIAL North Ferguson Streat Elbert O'Steen, Paitor "Hock of Ages Broadcast" from church auditorium 9 to 9:30 Sunday School 10 a.m. Grady Halrston, Supt. 11 Morning Worship 0:30 p.m. BTS classes (or all ages Travis Purtlc, President. 7:30 Evening Worship Message by Pastor. Monday 2 p.m. Sr. Auxiliary meeting at Uie church, Mrs'. Ted Purtle, President. 4 p.m. Girls' Auxiliary in charge ol Mrs. Ted P\irtlo Tuesday 7:30 Little Brotherhood meeting, Clifton Carroll Booth, President Wednesday 7 p.m. Teacher's meeting in charge of Mrs. Ted Purtle. 7:30 Prayer meeting conducted by Eld. Carl Willis. Thursday 7:30 Jr. Auxiliary meeting, Miss Verla Allen, President. We welcome you to worship with us. By HAROLD HART . LITTLE ROCK (IP)— The eternal quest for new cattle feed goes on. The latest is the use of rice hulls — now a waste by product of nulling. flicc processors and feed mahu- Xacturcrs have set up and 18,000 grant for extensive research at the Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station in. Fayettcvillc. Fifty head of Hereford steers will be fed finely ground rice hulls as a portion of their ration. Dr. Paul R. Noland of the University of Arkansas' Animal Industry Department says the ration will be completely balanced with small amounts of corn, soybean meal, minerals and vitamin A. If found to be beneficial in feeding steers, the rice hulls represent a tremendous supply of feed potential. Each ton of rough rice produces about 400 pounds oi hulls. And 159 million pounds of hulls were the leftovers from the Arkansas rice crop in 1950 alone. CHURCH OF GOD Rev. L. C. Croasley, Paitor 9:45 a.m. Sunday School 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship 6.00 p.m. Y. P. W- W. 8 p.m. Evening "Worship. CHURCH OF GOD In CHRIST Eld. O. N. Dennis, pastor i):45 a.m. Sunday School 11 a.m. Morning Worsmp. 6 p.m. Y. P. W. W. 8 p.m. Evening Worship BEE8EE MEMORIAL C. M. Rev. T. J. Rhone, P.attor 9:45 a.m. Sunday sciiooL 11 a.m. morning worship. 8:00 p. m Epworth Lea gut 8 p.m. Evening Worship MT. ZION CME CHURCH Rev. I. M. Manning, Pastor 9:45 a.m. Sunday School U a.m. Morning Worship ' 6 p.m. Epworth League. 8 p.m. Evening Worship RISING STAR BAPTIST Rev. .W. M. Erby, Pastor 8:43 a.m. Sunday school. 11 a.m. morning worship. 6:00 p. m. B. T. U. 8 p.m. Evening Worship FIRST PRESBYTERIAN East Second Street Rev. L. T. Lawrence, Pastor The Men's Bible Class will meet in the Parish House at 9:30 for coffee and doughnuts. Teacher of lesson which will begin at 10 o'clock will be taught by J. Roberts. 10 Sunday School. James H. Muter, Supt. 10:55 Morning Worship, Sermon "The Same Yesterday, Today and Forever" « 5 p.rn. Vesper f ! Service Serm«t ' "Our Protestant' Heritage" 6 p.m, Meet Parish House. Supper will be served. Monday: Thu Circles will meet 10 a.m. Circle No, 1 will meet at the homo at Mrs. Ben McRae and Circle 2 will meet at the home oi Mrs. W. E. Waller. 2:30 p.m. Circle 3 will meet at the home of Mrs. E. S. Greening. 7:30 The Evening Circle will meet at the borne of Mrs. R. E. Jackson. Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Mid Week Service. "How We Study the Bible" with a talk by Deacon Jack Lowe. Thursday 7 p.m. Men of the Church with a special movie after the dinner. While on the subject of rice, the Experiment Station has released information of three phases of rice research — fertilization, breeding, disease control, and mill yields. The rice fertilization study .covered the years 1946-51. Among other things, it was concluded that direct applications of nitrogen fertilizers profitably increase rice yields when they were applied at rate of 40 to 100 pounds of nitrogen per acre. This was found to be true on fie.'ds that normally yielded less than 80 bushels to the acre. And yield increases were greatest when the nitrogen was applied on drained fields just before tho second irrigation. The rice breeding study for 194030 disclosed a number of seed varieties especially adaptable for Arkansas conditions. They include Cody and Caloro among short-grain varieties Zenith, Magnolia, Ark- rose, and Kamrose among medium grains and Bluebonnet and Rex- ark for long-grain varieties. The rice disease investigators for that 10-year period have shown that early seeding usually results in less white tip in susceptible varieties, and that hot water treatment of rice seed results in effective control of white tip. The tests also showed that most pjf the rice varieties now grown are susceptible to narrow brown leaf spot disease, and that no varieties now grown are susceptible to narrow brown leaf spot disease, and that no variety now obtainable is resistant (9 brown spot dis- LONOKE BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. F. K. Powell,,Paitor 9:45 a.m. Sunday School 11 a.m. Morning Worship. 6 p.m. BTU, ; .-.'.' •: ; 8 p.m. Evening Worship GARRETT CHAPEL BAPTIS1 Rev. F. ft. Wllllami, Pastor 9:45 a. m. Sunday Iphool U a. m. MdrntnM worship 6 p.m. tfTU 8 p.m. Evening Worship BETHEL A. M. *. CHURCH Rev. G. Paschal, Pastor 9:45 a. m. Sunday school. 11 a.m, Morning Worship 6 p.m. A. C. E. L. 8 p.m. Evening Worship 1 The Gantlcy Sisters of Okolona will stage a program at Mt. Zion CME Church Sunday night, Oct. 12 at 7:30 p.m. The public is invited. Bethel AME Church will observe I its 4th Annual Women's Day Oct. 19, at 8 p.m. Featuring "The MUV\ lion Dollar Wedding" with a cast'' of thirty six ladies, eleven, men and twenty two tray girls. Music will be furnished by an all ladies chours, directed by Mrs. Ora Lacour. Miss Hazel Dunning will give the principle address. ease. And in studying mill yields from 1M7-49 it was found that combined rice and thresnsd, rice differed slightly in their mill yields ol total clean rice and of fancy rice. 2 To hejp develop ^^ ^ Pid you ever give mudi ifeought ? ut °* boys en4 eifU by a *u_ . I.... -r!^.?"f*'!PT i for more cooperation Jn FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH S, A. Whitlow, Pa«to» 9; SO Sunday School Perry Moses, Supt. 10:50 a.m. Moratni" Worship message by the Pastor 6:30 Baptist Training Union J. T. Bovvden. Director, 7:30 Evening Worship with message by pastor. Monday 4 p.m. Sunbeams 4 Junior GA's will meet to elect officers. * Intermediate GA's W*4n**a*y 1 p.m. Sunday School Officers and Teaeners meeting 7:30 p-m. Fellowship Hour. The lf&**ek; WorsWo for the Whole ¥ to The Hopewell PTA met Oct. 7. with the President, Mrs. G. L. Watson, presiding. The meeting was opened with song and prayer. The minutes of the last were read and adopted. The housa was open for business. Committee reports called for. Reports wc.re given' and adopted. The program committee brqught in the annual program for the year.l The theme "Every Child a Chance." The objectives were as follows: 1. To foster a better relationship between parents and Teachers and children. to the tremendous in livestock auring the last 20 years? The University ol ArfcftAfftf A*ri- cuhur«: Experiment Station details tr-et climb in its fall publication- Arkansas Farm Research. In 1930, there were only three auction barns in Arkansas- Since then the number of local markets increased to 83 in 1951. Of those, — were the auction typ$. They have sales one or more times weekly. The other five were patterned after stockyards or commission yards, where sales are made each dey by individual agreement, not by auction. The Station says Ft. Smith established tne first Arkansas market ol the stockyard type in 1*35. * $& weU-Jwit system ol local • that Arkansas beast* ' 3. To help acquaint our .PTA wifli a better understanding of the qri Sanitation with every committfs working in their respectful placeju 4. To ask that every parent ajy| teacher work together lor 9 better understanding of each otter's cbM development problems. " T< " New feW«n«as bou*e Wff tt^^^ groi^cj pijwininent lor the Tbe« were many aujgesUoj^ en. Alter which it was voted carried that the PTA would In modern sales engineering — the I "ruthlessly" witn coruption industrial designer. One of the government If he is elected pros | ident. Illinois governor brough mOst successful is a young Army veteran who supervised the modifi- of the B-28 airplane that The Illinois governor —,._.. — —- . .his campaign into politlcall now are impulse sales," Stahl said, doubtful Florida today after Nc catches their | (j^eans recorded mixed rcactio last night to his firm stand fo civil rights legislation and again giving tne stales title to tne oil- rich submerged coastal lands. Barging into the tough issues Republicans have raised against •'* "The product -that eye is the one they buy. The pack age that is the greatest attention getter Is the one she puts in her market basket." Aed, orange, and yellow have hien found to be the best eye ^ _._ r :grabblng colors. Greens and blues nlrrii tnc Democratic presidential .are fine for feminine cosmetic pro-l nornmce likened Miami's cleanup ducts. They convey a feeling of] i(?t i on in gambling scandals to coolness. But purple, black and sleps he had taken in Illinois. He muddy reds, repel, because they prom iscd to "follow the same pat- arc associated with death. tcrn o j action in Washington," if "You'd never put a hand soap ne wins on NOV. 4. in a black or purple package if you ..y ou navc been touched by wanted mass appeal," said Stahl. scan d a is bred by an unsavory al '\And the industrial designer aims jj ance between a national crirm at Main Street not Fifth Avenue." nal syn dicato and the scmi-lcgiti Stahl started dream of his own matc opera tors who cluster arounc firm in wary days as engineering tnc fringes o f the entertainment officer in charge of the project to business," Stevenson said in a talk refit the B-29 so it could handle pre p are d for a party rally at Bay the first huge A-bombs. f ront p ar k. "I didn't want to work for any- .. But i was pleased to sec that one else," he said. "I wanted to you have i oar ncd the practical sink or swim on my own." lesson taught me in my time as His firm, one of only about two governor o i Hlinois-that corruption dozen in the country, has always j will not wait f or leisurely attcn- had more business than he could handle. He has designed dozens of new products, ranging from safety razors and ice cream dispensers to automatic washing machines and portable refrigerators. His wartime knowledge helped in turning out a new line of futuristic toys of tomorrow — including jet cars, interplanetary rockets, ray guns and space ships. "It was a lot of fun," he said. "Our job was to forecast in terms of tovs /hat the w, Ul of the year 2,000' Afould be like. "It was purely blue sky stuff — f but oi our own heads, as ordinarily we are strictly Ioet-on-ground- dcsigners. But it looks like the world is already taking up with our toys." Communists Told U.S.MaySlart War With Russia 'it must be attacked by those- authority and it must be rut lessly rooted out before it as a chance to fester and spread through tho whole of our political system. I congratulate you for so moving in Miami as I have in Illinois and pledge you that I will follow the same pattern of action in Washington." ENCOURAGEMENT - Dwight D. ElMnhower, t ". «e.«r.. aboard the Elsenhower campaign special By EC5DY THOMAS P. WHITEY Probers Fear Corruption Efforts Ruined WASHINGTON, (UP) — Two Hduse investigators expressed fear today that a U. S. Court of Ap poalf, in Boston had thrown a legal monkey wrench into congrcs slohal efforts to root out corruption in government. Their fears were prompted by the court's decision that Denis W. ..Delancy, former Internal Revenue collector in Boston, should be granted a new trial on grounds Eisenhower to Take a 2-Ray Rest By MERRIMAN SMITH DENVER, Colo., (UP)—Dwight D. Eisenhower today brought his presidential campaign caravan to a two-day "rest stop," but he'll pobably spend more time working on strategy than in relaxing. Eisenhower flew here from Salt Lake City, Utah, where last night he attacked Democratic labor poli- tices and said a Republican "middle way" government would bring America a "nobler, more perfect union." said that.he and is party want to get .the nation on the middle was." Tho over-all tone of hfe Utah address followed' closely his campaign "preview" opening speech six weeks ago in Boise, Idaho. The former five-star , general CASUALTIES MOUNT — As the fighting in Korea steps, up, •caauattl.ee. in tt«rbloody,:enga,0e- ments ' mount. His wounded arm in a sling and his face registering shock and pam, Marine Cpl. Thomas Bateman, Tyler, Texas waits at a forword aid station to be yacuated to a rear area hospital.—NEA Telephoto. Reds Say U.S. Broke Off Peace Talks PANMUNJOM, Korea, (UI Communist armistice ncgotiat charged today Allied delega broke off the truce meetings in attempt to pressure the forthcoming United Nations general assembly into "approving the plot of your side" to extend the Korean Probers End Kansas City Fraud Case By RUSSELL BRIES WASHIGTO Wt — A House judiciary subcommittee closed its books on the 194ii Kansas City vote fraud case today with a final blast against Supreme Court Jus tic« Tom Clark for using what i f called "extremely poor judgment." Clark, then attorney general, ap ovecl an "inappropriate, Improp and unheard of" inclhocl o£ lim ng a preliminary FBI investiga on in the case, top committee en said. Chairman Chell (D-Ky) and Rep eating (R-Y) said in a join atement yesterday that this >1 judgment" of Clark's proccdur as supported by secret lostimon jken from former Ally. Gen i-ancis Biddle. The testimony als was released. Keating also told newsmen todi ho committee had obtained new ind "very significant evidence" in another phase of its investigation £ the Justice Department. He would not discuss the evidence, but indications were it con corned the activities of a prominent Chicago politician in a rcccnl case handled by the department against the Pabst Brewing Com pany. The fresh evidence came during a closed-door session ycsterda with Raoul Berger, a former Jus ticc Department attorney wh represented Pabst in troubles with the government last year. Reds Mountain in Savage Hand-to-Hand Fight! MOSCOW (.1>> — Soviet Deputy Bulgarian told tho l!Hh Soviet Com •nunist Party Congress there Is •c;>l danger that the United States vill launch a war against Russia Because of this, the soviet econ omy is kept in constant readings .o HO on a war footing nt a mom notice, he said In a speec to thy congress last Wednesday. Tho text, of his address wns mad public here todny as party dele p.nt'os prepared to wind up th historic congress session-thc So viet Union's first in 13 years Only tho last. Item on the agon dn remained. This is tho eloctlo of parly officers, including molt bers of tho central committee's ru ing secretariat. Prime Minister St lin mostly likely will be rc-clcctc seer*',ry-ffencral. Unoer the party reorRanizatio plan' already approved by tho co gross, a new presidium is to chosen to carry on the work the central committee when it not in session. The presidium will take over the functions of the politburo and the orjjahir.nlion bureau, both of which •o to be abolished. In his Wednesday speech. Bui- Cain left no doubt Hint the Soviet nion intends to keep itself In a tale of constant preparedness . )nfi as the internalionul situation ontinues strained. He called for! he "constant battle readiness our armed forces and of the armed forces ot the entire democrn- STRIKING RESEMBLANCE — Fire and smoke, resembling c camp." ' the .uao" O f an atomic explosion, raise from explodingI drums of While stressing the peaceful pur- feticide In a $160,000 blaze that razed the Waco F°""dry ""J.H; 8 - 3oses of the Soviet economic pro- entomology)station building In Waco, Texas. - NEA Telephoto • M V"- gram, Bulganlnn emphasized! throughout his speech as have I • others before him on the congress dnis thai there is n "real (danger of a war adventure from' the v dl- rection oft he United States in particular," and., that, the Soylutjdv- err.menl keeps this "danger V;Always in mind. ,. J- conviction had been influenced bX' pre-trial publicity of congressional hearings. . The court ruled yesterday that Delaney, first tax collector convicted in the recent rash o .tax scandals, failed to get a fair trial because he was "blackened and discredited" in advance by a House Ways and means subcommittee investigating nationwide tax U regularities. Hep. Robert W. Kean of New Jersey, senior Republican on the •ways and means subcommittee, .investigating the Justice Department, told reporters that the decision "certainly plays into the hands of those accused of crime 1 because "the longer a., trial is de l&yed the less chance there'is o conviction." Kean's statement was in an swer to the court's contention tha the trial should have (been delayee until the "prejudicial effect" o the publicity against Delaney ha "worn off." Kean also criticized mean tha if we think a public official is guilty of a crime, we • should forget all about it and hope the Jus^ tice Department will decide to prosecute?" Delaney had been convicted of taking $7,500 in bribes and falsely certifying the payment of $180.500, taJ,t had been free on bail pending outcome of the appeal. The court's decision means that Attorney General James P. Me- Qr&nery must decide whether to Order a new trial of Delaney. Mc- tgrfcney said no decision would be jn&de until he has had a-chance to study the court's opinion. resumes his travels Monday artd during the week will campaign in •Wyoming, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Texas, Tennessee, West Virginia, ew York, Delaware and New Josey. His Salt Lake City address—the major appearance in a busy day during which he also campaigned n Arizona and New Mexico—was made before more than 10,000 persons in the historic, dome-roofed Latter Day Saints Tabernacle. Eisenhower's Democratic opponent, Gov. Adlai Stevenson, will *peak from the same rostrum Tuesday night. . The .Republican nominee, in a 2ti minute address punctuated 43 The company was charged wil violating pure food laws by mai taining an unsanitary granary Peoria, 111. A civil suit was dl missed, but the company w fined i $600 on conviction of crim n; .,l charges which it neither con Chief Red Delegate Gen. Naml tested nor admitted. Businessmen Approve Tax Revision Plan LITTLE ROCK, IA1—Representa? lives of three powerful business groups yesterday put their approval on a draft for a sweeping revision of the Arkansas tax statute. A report by the Arkansas Eco> nornic Council-State Chamber ol Commerce's Taxation Committee calling for an almost complete reorganization of tax collections in every field of Revenue was adopted unanimously. II sent a "strong protest" to the senior Allied delegate, Lt. Gen. William K. Hsfrrison, against the U. N. "Your side must bear full responsibility for all the consequcnc- er arising frorg your action, tne North Korean general said. The indefinite recess "is indei-a a premediatated action taken by your side in an attempt thereby to bring pressure to bear on the forthcoming plenary session ol the general assembly of N&tions," Nam said. the United jU* «*n* w* •••** *•* »•»•»•.••— revive faith like that exhibited by X Identified at North Little Rock The Kansas City case stemmed! from the 1046 Democratic primary race in Missouri between Enos Axtell and Rep. Roger C. Slaughter. Axtell, supported by President Truman, won the prima.ry but lost in the general cle'(ftfon. Fraud was charged and disputed ballots were stolen in a midnight dynamiting, ' The usual preliminary FBI investigation was, ordered. But Chelf and Keating charged that "serious irregularity" occurred at the out set because the FBI was instructed in a memorandum to limit its probe "to interviewing only six individuals who were named." T. Lamer Caudle, assistant at Mormon pioneers in defying conquering the wUdernees. and NORTH LTTLE "Miss X" ROCK, ARk. a 16-year-old , . loriiey general who later was fired Annual Drive of Salvation Army to Start The Annual Himpstcad County Salvation Army Fund Drive will begin Tuesday night, 'Oct. 14, with a meeting of all workers at the Hotel Barlow at 7 p.m. according to L. B. Tooley chairman of the 1052 drive,. One third of the funds raised in the annual campaign is retained by the local Hempstqad County Salvation Army Service Unit Committee to be used to meet problems that arise from time to Six Enemy Planes in No By STAN' OARf ER , — SUOUL (/i 4 ) — Chinese Rca«U back up tho north slope bf|1 torso Mountain ihroujth.^* Allied tank nnd, warplanef day nnd pushed weary, Kori tho crest In Siwago hand-t* rnbat. - \, Fur to tho ndflh.tr. jut pilots shot down out! C MIG jets. * < Tho battle fotf, ^rato Horso, damlnttttniJ ,tho , rotid net Into' l 8outh Kprou Its 70th hour oC almost c<3 fighting. Tho hill has'- hands more than 2 tlrhoa'. Ninth Division South' . whoso motto is "stay, fight making & new stand only ' from the cVfiat. Reports from the', tew sketchy. 'It Was not krto whether the attack wad n 10,000 Chinese troops wh-.. Her hud boon reported maa»l a frush assault.' , ( ' (l Tho Chinese Inunc, ctl luclc at 4:19 p.m. and wort trol of tho orost nt 8:30 Tho South Koreans, maneuver had.wonHha few hours ''uorlltj* > Bfe.,i£? They olcoi " the tnv*F *v*n p***>**•» v^» w i **v*| which tllo-Cliindso hav'o.l Bprlngb'prtd. for, ftssauUs Horso. 1 >VA j ' • " '•?•£, But tho mjujpuyoi 1 «W'>' l !?l the Bods iori'lon'fl. J * jdjJl Beforo laurichUjg .r--^ 2 ™ Fist that 'wort bat,.,., so.tho woaty but dotctml,. f ought off BO von fanatical wave' attacks < against tH tlons on thcoo slopes •ot, They routed tho bug screaming Chinese In' 1 quarter "-"'—' - ^^i^l"SilISiS«i' by" Present' Truman' loT what Time which existing welfare agen D y rret-LUL. i i ,.. !t ... ,. I cleg arc una bi e to meet. Claude Campaign Staff Gives Out Data ROCK W» - The Pulaski *" Grand Jury, probing f ' inefficiency ' " County chsrges against the state Hignway Depar- interviewed campaign stall ql six candidates for gov- hitch-hiker who had refused to re veal her identity to police here for five days is Jo Ann Appleton oi St. Louis, Mo. . The teen-ager, with cropped hair in blue jeans and a sweater, ip by police last Sun- _.je has consistently retell officers her name or saying: 'Just call me Miss X.' But she was identified last night --------- -.Truman called "outside activities," rote the memo and Clark ap- povt-d it. Biddle told the committee at Boston Oct. 2 he never had heard any suggestion of limiting an FBI investigation. He said during his term as at- --..-:. , , by an aunt, Mrs. Mayme Freeman .yesterday. ol North uuie Rock, who said Jury subpoenaed the candi- gaw a picture O f the girl in campaign records earlier j le Rcck newsp8per week, explaining that they convinced "the high cost of Benefit «tLonebur$ School M ' rs Freeman said her niece gmiled when confronted, "but her running for governor" resulted m answerg were ev asive" concerning the "waste, extravagance and in- d how ol ber u -ip from torney general between 1941 and 1943, whenever the FBI was given a case "the method of investigation" ( was left up to that agency. Caudle told the committee earlier he had not ordered a full investigation, although be thought later he should have done so. He said the FBI eventually obtained over 100 affidavits in the case. efficiency" tne Commission said Highway Audit _ it found in the] Uighway Department. Campaign records of three of tne candidates were submitted to the Jury yesterday. William P- Bowen. Democratic State Committee secretary, and at chase a, swing and »«#-saw. C business was UWe4 until the meeting. . There were $ m£m$er» «o*c«i«ee W. starting at 7:» p-jn. To* is invited. contain* all the minerals «U*taJw Ws, Mrg Donie Appleton, the girl's mother, said in a telephone conver- ation i ast n ig nt that her daugh- er left home earlier in the month on an errand to make a bank deposit. She said that was the last lime her family had seen her. Pulaski County Juvenile Hall authorities said Miss Appleton d«* not want to return home because oi "trouble witn her parents," Says Ike Stalling on Income Report WASHINGTON — (UP) — Sen. Wtyne Morse today wjijened his beach with the Republican leadership by accusing Dwight P. Tillery is chairman of the local committee. Other members of the committee include Guy E. Basyv. Albert Graves, Itoy Anderson, Foy Hammons, James H. Jones. Elmer Brown, Geo. Peck, Rev. Virgil Keeley, Bob Daniels, C. V; Nunn. Jr. Vincent Foster, Miss Norm* Lewis, Miss Lucille Huggles, Itay Lawrence and L. B, Tooley, The remaining two thirds of the fund is used to assist in maintaining their many institutions such as Homes for rehabilitation of wayward men and boys, homes and hospitals for the care of unwed mothers, community center* for character building work among the youth, work in prisons and jails War Service work, disaster, relief, and other of tneir religious humanitarian activities that for many years has gained for them recognition. The Salvation Army is world wide, operating to 89 countries and here in the United States more than 2600 centers are Qp*ra- by $000 consecrated and tram- Ask Why No Action Taken Against Davis By JOHN CHADWICK WASHINGTON Ift-Tho Senate internal security ' subcommittee said today it was ^gravely con cerned" because (1) the Justice Department has not taken perjury action against John P, Dftvle* Jr. College Youths Must Take Special Test plans to begin BttUlBlj of anew ohHr6h'Bnsi"*" ly next spring, it day. man ot tho bulldlr _ „ told tho Star tha,tvth,« p« dulo upon which the.ca) working calls (or the "cpt all plans and* 8000149! other "paper work" dw«J and winter months w| construction to stftrt ab Qjher pw»m&e-" -*- J committee, are ,R, L. wT C, C ... finance Uve E. Aeiin, chairmon of Selec- Service Local Bourd No. has tailed attention to the College Qualification Test to be given Dec 1858 and April 23 bo , and (2) he continue* to hold an important government i post. In a letter to M|y. Qen. Me- Granery, the Bubcoromlttee requested that he adylsfl Chapman McCarran (D-Nev) of the Justfe* Department 1 * "position »ndi lions in this matter," projjOmately IQOO examination cen ter«« ' " Local Sgld'w Returning After Tour In ft/rope Oerroany -- Pfe, of HO? South f4r 4 |««t must be later than midnight, 3ft>Y* 1, AppllcatiQfW for April 23 poitwarifd no liter A. Kim St. Hope,,j8 United States far release frcm active Army seryjf e alter a tow at nfeht, March * S4arcb eA 1853 i*.

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