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Largo at tlo fun, venotUn bllndii, Nleo nhndy lot, Priced low to settle on 33,5 ACHK welt caiilppad farm on all weather roscf, 3 mile* eu«l of Hope, AH fwticioU with hoa proof fencing, Kxcollcnt water oupply Luena 6 room houiu with Rlnep ing porch, Two room ten«nt house. Lnrse <0' X 00' Warn in repair, Price 14730 Lonrm 10-31 IN8UHANCE REALTY CO. iCstotc JnsuriinctJ 7-4601, •vwy WMkday aftamoon by ilkllNINt CO. PMlMMf u I* H W«»hfc»«, Mllst ft *! M. J*n»i, MwiMlni M1»W it«» W, Moimir, Mtih. lu»t< M ftbvlt, A4**ttltift« ,\ H»»», • Mwth 1, •I «M Audit *f MODKHN five room home, extra lai'nc bodroom, avornao bedroom, bath, kiwlum, ntul brcuklniit nook, dining room, and living room -*• bulll-lrm, plenty ot clou- eli, vonotlart blind*, all on nlco lflr«o carnnr lot with big gurn /ont'ecl bncltyord — fit 000 North Elm — vacant wny *~- 1800 CH»II Will buy equity romHlnder like ront -- o ruHl bni'ttnln. Sue Vincent W, Fouler, REALTY CO. 17-31 Plwne 7«<flUl, Home Study Course COMPLKTffi your WK»» gchoo « ho|ne tn »paro time, Diploma No elflBsim, Tt!Kt)t furnl«h«d Write for free booklet. American School, 2DU9 AhibiuiHi, Fort Smith, Ark, 0-11-liT For Solo Arkansas football MUST aellkmi), refriuor- ntor, mun's Duloya watch, Barfor i-anh. U1B W. Ave. K, 4-lf By North Little Rock 91, Hot Spring! Little Rock 21, Tcxarkann 0 I»ln* Bluff 31, MlifrMflJit 18,,, m Dm ado & t Smiwkover if CLAM AA District I 20, Sublaco 0 40, Vrfn Burcn 0 Kprlngdnl« 41, Bcnlonvllle 14 OUlrlot II Joriesfcoro 20. Forrc»t City fl Whltehnven, Tcfin., 13, Ulythcvllle a Newport 47, Reebo 0 Dl»lrlct III Conwny 10, Htuttitnrt 1,1 Mtsnlon 27, lUim'llvllle 0 Mnlv«;tn M, ArkniJolphla 0 Dlltrlet IV nUfm 37. Vordycn 7 Camdrn 38. Cronnetl 0 liopo 20, Falrvluw 1,1 Other 8eor«i Alnm 7, HiitllRnw, Okla, 0 Awlvlown 27, J'roseott 14 Moirilton 27, Atklnn 0 HiiiTlgljur« 27, Hat-Ion 7 Hrnrry 2,1. Batcsvlllo 0 Clinton 13. Cubol 2 Olllelt 14, Clarendon 12 punvlllo 7. St, Anne's 0 Kutlurn 14, Durmott 7 Cotton Plnnt 33, DoVnlls Bluff 0 McGehco 12, Dumas 0 England 2A, Magnet Cove 13 Uoon«-vlllu ,13, Greenwood 0 Gurdon 10, Bryant 13 JFnrrliion 14, Slloam Springs 0 Wynne 01, Helena 0 DoWUt 20, Hamburg 12 CnrlUlo 03, Hazon 0 llober Springs 34, Harding Acn- tlniny 0 Broken Bow, Okl«. IB, Horatld 0 Hughes 33, Holly Orovo 10 I'lBHiitl 3H. Kwnnott, Mo. 7 Lonoko 33, Mnbelvnlo 13 llrlnklny 10, Morlannn 0 Parngould 20, Marked Tree 20 (tlo), McCrory IB, Augusta (I Mi.ntlrollo 20, Lake Village 10 Nashville 37, DeQueon 0 Monu 20, Hoavener, Okla. 0 O/nrd 211, ClnrksvlHa 0 Shorld'in 20, Jacksonville- 0 r«rln 27, WaWron 14 Walnut Ridgo 7, JBnld Knob 7 tll<! Bnuxlto 20, Wnrrsn 13 Karle 2,1, West Memphis U WIlRim 25, Kclner 0 Onoeola 34, Parkin 0 Bobcats Fumble Around But Beat r • • *IA 41 Fairview 20-13 TYip Hope Bobcnls made two xuntilned drive* In the opening period for touchdown* Ihcn 'furn- 'riWd' tfrofifld tho rnut of the woy, to defeat a scrnppy Fnlrvlcw learn In the first halt; Yards rushing 20-13 before n fairly large, nhiver- Hope 153 und fail-view 10; Passes, Bucceroni Is Offered Bout With Layne By MURRAY ROSE NEW YORK (fl — Hard-hitting Dnnny Bucceroni was offered a Harden bout with Rex Layne to- flay following his narrow squeak ovir husky Dave Davey. The lanky Philadelphia heavy< weight, making his first start after a five-month layoff, beat the 22- Hope threw 10 completed four, year-old Tocoma, Wash., lad on one for a touchdown; Fairview 24, the strength of a nine-count knock- completed six, one for touchdown; Fumbli's, Hope six, recovered one; f'alrvlow two, no recoveries; Pen allies, Hoi"-' six for 40 yards. Fair view six for 40 yards. the point and the visitors had 13 points. Shortly before Freeland attempt fn< to pan*, was bndly ru*hcd and Ihe ball was knocked loose. Dnr- rell Mfwer junl gathered It In and cronatd standing. .Stone missed the point nnd that was the best play for the Hope the final three quarters. However, before it was over the Bobcats drove straight down the field on line plays to the Cardinal IB before again fumbling it away. Klrsl downs were II to fl for Hope with the visitors making only one down In the second round of their ten rounder at St. Nicholas Arena last night. Bucceroni acted like he had beaten a contender instead of a rookie. "Sure, I'll take Layne," he said after matchmaker Billy Brown offered him a December bout with tnc Hocky Mountain contender. "I'd like to get Hocky Marciun or anybody else. "1 never'thought the fight was us close as the officials hud it," Bucceroni added. "I was sure I was way ahead , and just coasted at the end of the show this Saturday when the only'fight. That kid is a great prospect. Henderson at Magnolia for Crucial Game MAGNOLIA — Football fans of Southwest Arkansas are In for a Homecoming crowd. What npponrud to be n runaway titrnnd Into n llgtloix context nnd before It won over many fans wondered If Mope WOK actually going to give It «w«y. They tried nurd in th« final period but time WUK the winner. After lli« oinmlnB period the Dobcntu would stnrt whnt appeared to be n ttUHtnlncd drive then fumbU- It owny. In fact they fumbled three punts and only tn fnll on one. Fnlrvli-w had n lumtllng team but little clie. Tliny only made a net of 10 yards from scrlmmutfe runhinjt »ll nlf<ht but worked a screen PUSH to perfection, Hope's defensive team played a good KIWIC but the offensive boys Just didn't have what U took hint night. Time and tignln they left the defensive boys In the hole .Deo Coffee pa.iMcd to Jlrn Yocom for 21 yards nnd the flmt Hope tally, climaxing a 08-yard drive. Stone kicked the extra point. It wasn't long before Clydo Arnold crocked right guard for 13 ynnls at the end of the 50 yard drive and Ditain Stone kicked. With a 14-0 lead Hope funs settled down to HOC tha Bobcats klnda kick up their heels but it Just didn't happen that way. They slow ed to u walk In the second period but manured to hold the 14-0 lead at hnlftlmc. Then in the third period the vlMltors on a f mirth down nrouncl mldflnld and somo six yards to «o. gambled on a pass nnd it click ed to Hope's ten. There Dcvonno Frpelnnd tossod to end Billy Wilt- kins for 10 yiu els and a tally In tho final period Freelund plun Bed over center for two yards and ,n TD tiftor the visitors had n-cov' wed u fumbled punt. Fletcher caught u pass from Freeland. for' Mississippi JC found the 'Riders two remaining undefeated learns in the Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference grid competition lode horns at Mulridcr stadium here. Southern Slate College Mulerld- ers, defending A1C champions, will piny host to the Henderson Red- dles ut B p.m. Saturday (tonight). It will be the Mulcrlders' homecoming game, and an overflow crowd Is expected. Coach Elmer Smith's 'Riders will be seeking their tenth consecutive Victory und their fifteenth .straight conference win. Southern Stale's last league-record blemish wns nt the hands of tho Hccldics at the 'Riders homecoming clash on Oct 21, 1950. Playing on a rain- soiikcd field, the Muleriders didn't drop that one, but were frustrated in a .scoreless deadlock. Henderson took advantage of an open date last weekend to make ready for this one, while the 'Hiders were busy in a home tilt witli Northwestern Mississippi Junior College. Southern State worked up a surprising 5.')-0 win ovor the scrappy Mississippi Rangers. The Negro Community By Helen Turner Phone 7-4474 Or bring items to Mis* Turner •t Hloke Funeral Home Saturday, October 1i, If II _ Methodists Ready ; to Offer Program ' LITTLE ROCK Wl — A planning group of SO Methodist church tm$ lay leaders will make recommctt| dations on missions, stewardshiPY Christian education and evanjfeM rn for a 4-year, 2-state progrStlt here today. I The Re,v. E, N. Glover is attend- ing'the Baptist .Association in Garland Ctty, Ark. The Hope Civic Improvement Association met Thursday night, at Hicks Funeral Home in a regular meeting for the purpose of electing officers for 1952-53. The election preceded as follows: E. D. Douglas, president, J. W. Walker, vice president, Mrs. Fannie B. Buchanan, secretary, Harvey Washington, assistant secretary, Grant Davenport, treasurer, George Smith Jr., chaplain. Board of Directors are S. H. Buchanan, J. D. Glenn, C. H. Ycrger, J. R. Hicks, M. J. Wilson. W. V. RUthcr ford, Craton Epps, Mrs. Neva Car- machiel and Mrs. E. L. Hicks. a. m. Break the Bank. — 9:30 a. m. Take a- Quiz. . . Ml Numbei" LOTS (10 X 340, In thim» block» of tho bout hornet in town, $200, Term* $10 pur month. Call 7-2B43 T, N. Ilelaw, 0-lf PAINT SALE, Thin wwk only, llouno point, $3,711 iinlltm. Satin- fnctlon ur your money buck, By«f* SWAP Shop, 103 S, Walnut. 13-flt LECT lEDCARS BARGAIN for quick Hulu, mudorn 6 room house, $'489Q. Terms. BUI W, Division, Immedlutc po»»o«- »lon. S«« Mrs. Mullock next door. 18-6t t^MOMW IWSWINM FAT hojj weighing about iSO pounds «ud 20 white guineas. Arthur Qrfty. Otnn, Arknnuni. H-ot MOTOH8 al nig. , ..... $1695 8 yanr old Hol*toln bull. Will fti'll or tv«do for milch cow, W, A, Alforil, IU. 3, Hope, •, 16-81 Bull and Heller calves 6 to U l»onth« old, |30Q up, Fred Me Junklns, Saratoga, Avkunsns, 18-71 -(«P^^««.r*4.f**.»>-^^.*.» > ^t-«,B W ^ n .^« frt -^ w ^,,««^,«»-,. i ,, *.«.-,-*» 8 ACRES, 8 room home. Less thun to mllo of new Nevada Court ly Oil Drilling, now nt 4100 reel Buy beforo »he. blows, Cheap nt $1,000. FttUo, I', 0. Box 237. j?re»e<jtt, Arkansum, ltt-at For R«nt , UOOM uufurniKtuid lw>u»w at SOO 8. Miunillon Street. Apply «t Soa S, HumlHwi. 16-0 CODY RIVER He's a good defensive fither anc wry game." The 187 pound, 0-2 Bucceronia ,i '2. to 1 choice over his 211 pounc loe, floored his husky rival for nine with a right to the jaw in the second and piled up a huge lead. He missed often, however, as he kept the; farmer's boy from Wash iiiKton's Puyallup Valley pulled up close with his jabs and short com binutionu. Both judges, Arthur Aiclala an/d Jack O'Sullivan scored the figh even in rounds, 4-4-2, but gave the nod to Bucceroni' on points. Aid- ula's points were 7-5 while O'Sullivan had it 6-4. Referee Al Berle had Buceernoi the winner on rounds, 5-4-1. The AP scorccard agreed with the referee's. Under New York rules, a knockdown counts heavily and that was the difference. It was Buccernol's 38th win against three defeats. The loss snap pi-ci ;i four-year-, IG-fight win streak for the 6-2 Davey. His record now is 22-2. It was Davey's debut on a national television fight show and he wus downcast over his defeat. Top Radio Programs NEW YORK l/B — Saturday night: NBC — 7 Bob and Ray 7:30 Dude Ranch Jamboree. CBS — 6:30 Vaughn Monroe 7 Gene Autry. ABC — 6:30 Dinner Music 7 Dancing Party. MBS 6:30 Down You Go 7 Twenty Questions. Sunday: NBS — 1:20 Sammy Kayc. CBS 10:35 a.m. Invitation to Learning. .ABC — 9:'0 a. m. 'uskcgee Choir. . . MBS — 1 Band land USA. CapytlgM, 1*5), by Al Cody. DhMbul.d by King F*alvt« Syndlcol*.. Ill lnMT« r .Tfln«j;"*«>3 tW«f Hi piloting tha pMk«t "AntrhF »I»B« iSHHWfc 'fflS^I 1 ;,:AW.AfflL »r» tie I*•howlng tojnuob rival rlverman, C«p' rdt "Having a look around. .Cap- Ulnr Rawlj spun about The usual respect was lacking in Harnahaw's ; lce, and -In one hand he toyed th' a revolver. Behind him were iOt only Sherwood and Taber, but wo other members of the crew, and U needed only a glance nt their face* to assure Rawls that thO crow, like the cargo, had been selaotod by Earnahaw and would " > hi* bidding. "So that'll th« way tha wind blows!" Rawls murmured. Rarnahaw nodded affably. "That's tho Wfty," he agreed. "A mistake WM made at Jefferson City. Lomax McQueatlon left instructions w" for ma to rectify it If possible, but "- that was taken care of by Mlsa Garrison oven before I received his Utter, It's th« opinion of Mr. Me- CHAPTER TWBtLVB 108 W. AVK. C n Six room hou*u One block Ogltuby School. Phono UNFUHN1SHED S room apart, uvent, Bill* paid. 713 S. Fulton, i ROOM fumitlted ttpartmmit. Pri- v«t* b«U», UttUUc* paid, Couple , N» yets. Hi K, »lvi- roet, THK NBDCT few d»y» wtr« uneventful, alnvxt nn untlollmiut to what had aon« btfor*. Then, taking nn uuhenUdaiJi loott tt tho carifo in the hold, R»wli onoount«r«d Sherwood, Th* fut miut had Uken p»lna to ko«n out of hit way, w»d he tried to akulk unobtrvwiv»ly to on* •ido, but M th* boat lurched tn rough vvuter, tt* »Uffer«d and Ruwla caught » whiff ot hW bM*th. The pair had not bc«n drunk that night in St Louia, Jnit there WM no doubt About Sherwood being drunk now. "Where dl< demanded turned trie refrtsoratur. Private «ntr«n< ce. 31t K> Third Slrout. Wonttd STEADY dep«sndable dWx wushsr- Salary »8 tt vv*«k; al»o one coo»t* Apply Manager 0l<uv\on4 Home lor *W *?, Wt- itt get ttt" Rawls ^Jy. flier* w»*n't be any liquor on board. Kathleen had mad* that the rule. "I—I had % boWe,- Bherwood wfalnod, "I didn't thJtak Jt'd make any dltterew» « I—if X took Jua' "Show me," Rawl« commanded, and momentary panic flioker*4 tn Bhorwood'i eye*. M | flniahed it an' threw It over* "Vou'r* lyimtr mwU •*\WU have Htf*v hard,to marked bjMMA A ttnatd Wt wu And tf ta**t wa* one barrel of otlner bar* r*)* hidden log material. Jtrtclng at a long bo« to ifrt i? out ot •i bo*,r4 f \llttf jpffil^y A prlpWe ot f L ppnth.tn^iT>in r*-o<sd •jftipjt |^h| afibifti ^Ma |nw WMI Irtjn to tko wxtlhaV Mart WWrt.r h»a Question that your knowledge of the upper river will bo of great value." Rawls shrugged. "Supposing I don't care to co-operate?" U was Barnshaw's turn to shrug. That would be unwise. But I don't think you'll be so foolish. It all boils down to tho fact that you have no choice," "Just what U Uits all about, Mr. Karnahaw? Please explain yourself!" Kathleen'* voice waa crisply Incisive, tinged with anger. She was bewitchlngly pr«tty. with hot color staining her cheeks, and Earnshaw seemed fully appreciative of that as he turned About and bowed, half in mockery, halt in deference. "It i* •• you see, Miss Kathleen. Necessity forces me to assume command of this packet—" "They loaded her with whiskey and guns." Rawls cut bint off. "Which they Intend to deliver to customers of their own choosing. Mr, Barnahaw seems to U working for Lomax McQueation. That's the trouble," "That's a blunt way of putting it. but It •otupasaes the case adequately," Kornshaw murmured. '•We regret the necessity that it had to b« your boat that was Involved. Miss Kathleen—" "Miss. QowUott to you!" she Interrupted lolly. "A* you wish, But you will understand that this is a time ot war, and th* fortune* of war—" His vole* held genuine regret. Kathleen had regained her composure. That *he understood the situation WM manifest in her next pricked him In a tender spot "Words," ho said, "are instruments ot many uses. It may bo better If wo use them only for necessary communication. It 13 unfortunate, Miss Kathleen, that you decided on this journey north, but since you are here, it becomes necessary that you continue with us. Captain Rawls likewise must accompany us, as hla knowledge ot the river is invaluable. So long aa both of you conduct yourselves circumspectly, making no trouble and not attempting to escape, you will bo well treated. Should either ot you bo so ill-advised as to attempt tho foolhardy, then what- er measures may bo necessary will bo adopted." Ho turned on his heel and climbed tho stairs, pocketing his gun. Tho others hesitated, then wont about their business, leaving Kathleen and Rawls to their own devices. That they would bo watched at all times went without saying, but Earnahaw was apparently satisfied that neither could cause serious trouble. Ho had said enough to make it plain that he waa employed by Lorn ax McQuestion, and that they would sooner or later make rendezvous with the Astrid, The pattern was becoming clear. McQuestion, working with Mark Whirter, had seen the chanco to make a biff profit if he could manage to get & couple of boatloads of whiskey and guns uprlver. Kathleen's eyes were dark with dl»n<ay. ' "What are we going to do?" she asked. Rawls shook his head. M 'I wish I knew," he said. "So far, I've no Idea*," "It seems to be just tho two ot us against them," she said thoughtfully. "And those ore pretty long odds," Football BIG SEVEN Little Rock P.iio Bluff North Little Rock Texarknnn El Dorado Ft. Smith Hot Springs W .L Pet. 3 1 1.000 0 1.000 2 0 1.000 1 1 1 2 0 3 0 3 .500 .333 .000 .000 CLASS AA District I Rogers Fnyettovillo W L Pet. 2 0 1.000 Van Buren 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 3 .667 .500 .500 .000 District II Jonesbnrn Blythovllle Newport Forrest City W L Pet. 2 0 1.000 0 0 .000 0 1 .000 0 1 .000 District III Malvern B( iHon Conway Arkadvlphia Rusaollvillu 0 1.000 0 1.000 1 .500 1 .500 District IV , QBtikt u wi* fliltd . TW* «M toft Ml to b* oo li¥« - -~ ***^* CSJgQSfl dyiuuuit*. And tW« teat was op«g- ly called the HHHiMMl- M& P**l|wC ???| accept what tj»at Kathleen "So you and the crew turn out to b* rebels and traitors," she said bitterly, aw) Earoshavk 4 pal* cheeks fluahad. it § somewaat harab word." he protested. *uI3r*beto, I consider It uadettanxKJL fw my part, Pve no particular lov« for eKhtr aid* in the current «ea»fle*s coonict, I Uk« to UUnk ot atyaeif a* a busweajtaiAn, with the acumea to grasp at opportunity wheo it ita*U. Ttfw U a di*«r- "I'm sorry that you're along— and that it had to bo your boat," Rawla said, but site shook her head. "Don't worry about that part ot It. I'm sorry for Bob—but the fortunes of Individuals don't count at a time like this. If guns and whiskey we turned over to the Indians, along with what they already have, tt can mean horrible death for women and children as well as men, In a hundred isolated settlements. And if the whole border is set aflame—" Before she could say more, Taber appeared. His manner was officious. "No ptottln' together," ho wmrn«tl "U you two want to talk, do. It on deck, where everybody Co* we," 4wt *P««r* others could hear. R»wi* shrugged, and Kathleen said soberly, Ttn sorry that I got you back into this, after you were safely out ot if Smaekos'L'r Hope Camdcn Fordyce 1 2 .333 1 0 1.000 1 1 .500 0 0 .000 0 0. 000 0 1 .000 Fights Last Night By The Associated Press NEW YORK — St. Nicholas Arena — Danny Bucceroni, 187I.J Philadelphia, , outpointed Dave Davey, 211, Tacoma, Wash., 10. NEW ORLEANS — Charley Jo seph 155'i New Orleans, stoppec Leonard Caesar, 144&, New Or lean , '. COPENHAGE.N Denmark— Jim my King, 149, Buffalo, N. Y. out pointed Christian Christensen, l'2Vi Denmark, 10, playing a brand of ball radically different from their previously-se 19S3 defensive pattern. Fans hen were little short of amazed to see the Muleriders win their first three games of tlte season on a total o four touchdowns. in succession, • Southern Stat squeeked through to three victor ios before the Mississippi game nudging Alabama State Teachers 6-0; College of the Ozarks 7-0 and Arkansas Tech, 13-7. Monday: NBC — 9:30 a. m. Don le or Nothing . . . CBS — 10:30 . m. Grand Slam. . . ABC — 10:30 HOLLAND GROWN BULBS MONTS SEED STORE 304 East Second For Your Insurance Needs See John T. McRae Agent for Life, Sick and Accident, Hospitalization, Polio and Farm Insurance. Our rates do not increase after first purchase. Prescott, Ark. Phone 608 P. O. Box 182 REVIVAL MEETING HOPE GOSPEL TABERNACLE 321 North Main Street EVANGELIST BILLYMclNTOSH of Nashville, Tcnn. BEGINNING SUNDAY, October 19th — For Three Weeks — Every Night, except Saturday, at 7:30 o'clock. EVERYBODY WELCOME Sunday.School at 9:45 A. M. COME O. M. Montgomery, Pastor USED CARS NOW AVAILABLE AT Sid Rogers Buick Co. Your best buy in used cars is now available at your Buick Dealer. These extra nice, clean cars are trade-ins on NEW BUICKS. • Bargains For All • SID ROGERS BUICK CO. (Formerly Roger 0intQn Buick Co.) 207-209 East Third Street "Taw* U. oa4 I »M that I retftfe «i apology." ifefe. ~***i .*• that worry you. Right now, I wouldn't be anywhere else by choice," If that anundfid boastful, it was what he meant. He'd been as % cat's-paw, made a fool thf thought rankted, Som* t See the GAS RANGE •f th* DAY Its MAYTAG Oi Display ot Your Friendly Our Doily Bread Sliced Thin by Th« Editor Alex. H. Wsihburn Return to Print Report on Florida Hurricane Alphabet The calendar reminds mn I've been back in town since September 17 and this column has been 'missing for a total of seven week*. How does it feel? Like a man with a dull lawnmower waking up some morning and finding frost has killed the grass. There's no frost in the land went to. But it has other things to give it a chill. My brother-in- law, Frank Gibson, and I were overnighting in Key West Septom ber 9 listening to the progress of a hurricane. It's hard to be imper- > sonal about a thing like that wnen you're 100 miles from the mainland. Even the alphabet was menacing. The government forecasters use it to identify each new hurricane as the season advances. A For Able was the first one. Then there was B For Baker; C For Upstart Charlie; and D For Dog. The one sve were hearing about . September 9 was B For Baker. It P was, of course, early in the alpha' bet, but I couldn't help but specu late that sooner or later it would get down to L — L For Let's Get Out of Here! Hope Star WKAtHiN ARKANSAS: Fair, C0ld«f in north this atamodlt fit Tuesday lowest i«(hperftttlflt 40 north, central tont«ht* Temp«r*ture High 81 Low-87 54TH YEAR: VOL. 54 — NO. 6 it., Jan. 1*. 1*1* HOPE, ARKANSAS, MONDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1952 M*mk*n TM AY. N«t MM ClMl. 1 M*». AMIM Mil* Mwth *J «»«'•'<• It, 1*U — ... MM PRICE 5c I will probably hear about this from Clem Brassier, chief of the Little Rock bureau of the Associ ated Press, a native Floridian (hib father, J. C. Brossicr, is editor o the Orlando Star) — but the fact is no solvent citizen ot the Flamin go State will admit to a hurricane in his own area. They had a blow sure — but no hurricane. Take the Florida keys, for in- line on stance. You can travel all the way area. from Key Largo down to Key West and not find a single citizen who ever saw a hurricane — in thin corridor of hurricanes. And 'yi t they havc**%jiily coral beaches ii. the Florida keys — no sand, just the glittering blue and gold of ,the undershot 'coral reefs. A frost-bitten visitor might suggest that a hurricane took the sand but had to leave the rock. * Nevertheless, on Marathon Key, 45 miles from Key West, I 'saw whore a shrewd and successful ^ Detroit housing financier had pour\ cd 3 million dollars into a brand new luxury colony; and even while I , looked on drag-lines and bull,, dozers were excavating now yacht Screaming Reds Fail to Retake Two Key Hills By STAN CARTER SEOUL, Korea Iffi — Hordes of screaming Chinese Reds charged recklessly through their own artillery fire Sunday and early today but failed in an attempt to recapture two important Central Front hills. U. S. and South Korean soldiers on Triangle Hill and Sniper Ridge forced back the fanatic Communists in fierce hand-to-hand fight ing. Thunderous artillery, mortars and Katusha rockets supported the Communists. Allied frontline officers estimated a full regiment — 3,000 to 3,500 men — advanced on each of the hills north of Kumhwa late unday. At last report, the Communists held Pike's Peak, the northwestern knob of Triangle Hill. Allied troops controlled the rest of the rocky moss. Alter bitter hand-to-hand fighting, the Reds called off their at lack at 9 a. m. today and holed up in bunkers and caves to the north Allied fighterbombcrs swooped over Papa-San Mountain, overlook ins both hills, and unloaded tons of bombs, rockets and scaring gaso- Panel Calls for Registration of U. S. Commies By KARL R. BAUMAN- WASHINGTON (JTI — A govern- nient panel today called the Amor- Icon Communist party "u puppet of the Soviet Union" and recommended it be required to register with the U. S. government and biue its membership roster and its finances. The recommendation came in a report l>y a two-number piiuol of Ih? Subversive Activities Control Biyircl (SACU), which had listened than 14 months of testi- BALLOTS AND BULLETS - Cpl. Crion Serenchlck, of Hazelton Pa., returning from a patrol along a Korean road which Is under observation by North Korean forces, pasBes these two grimly Informative signs. Soldiers In Korea are now casting their absentee ballots In the presidential election. — NEA Telephoto. _ tc more niony. "Nurtured by tin Soviet Union," More Than Half of U. Coal Miners Refuse Work in Protest Stri SI a shin New WonPayReaj forWalkout Overtime Pay Judgments Affirmed 1..ITTLK HOCK (ffl -- Judgments News Brieft LITTLE ROCK Wl — A study of the finances of B3 eltlos nnd towns will bo released nt tho 18lh annual convention of tho Arkansas Muni '+ 'clpal League here this week. The study wn8 undertaken to determine what notion the League ,, , . . could t«ke to solve problems of for overtime pay obtained by moro. r|8J C09U mu , doulln | ntt ro voiums ll )";':? 0 .J ) 5. r !'T.: s ... v .l\ ( : _, w ,?.™«. c ™J-»n municipal govornmonU. Some tho panel report said, the parly "strives incessantly to make the United Slates a Soviet America." The panel's rccu'mmendulions rrarked lh(> first step in a "you must register" directed the Communist staging Kerr Attacks 'Frostbit' GOP Leaders FAYETTKVILLE OT— An Okla noma senator promised persons at shaping the dug coral jnt'o addi tional building lots. This was a smqrt operator, 1 gathered: He was promoted by Elliott Roosevelt into building a $68,000 house there on an $8,000 down payment, and when Elliott suggested his name ought to be worth the balance the gent threw Elliott out. Reversing . what the Chinese usually say, this was a •case where 10,000 words about Elliott was worth a .picture, so I photographed the house — albeit mighty small for $68,000, even in Florida, even in 1952, under Tru- inan. Early in their assault, the Com munists surrounded troops of the U. S. 7th Division on Pike's Peak. But the Americans fought their way out. They joined other U. S. troops and in a furious bayonet and grenade battle beat back Chinese who had swarmed to within 300 yards of Triangle's main crest. Two miles to the east, the Communists advanced to the top oi Pinpoint Hill, highest point on Sniper Ridge. South Korean 2nd Divi sion troops counterattacked and drove them off. AP correspondent John Fujii said the- sturdy Republic of Korea troops were in control of all their old positions by 1:35 p.m. U. N. officers estimated 40,000 rounds of Red artillery, mortar and rccket fire fell at or near Sniper Ridge and another 5,000 rounds of mortar and artillery at or near Triangle Hill between dusk Sunday and 9 a. m. South Korean troops with grenades and rifles fought today toward the crest of Iron Horse Mountain, a West-Central Front Lending a jamboree Democratic rally and here that the "frostbit ten Republican leadership will fall under a great Democratic wind in November." Sen. Robert Kerr, denounced the GOP party in general and strongly attacked the Republican presidcn tial nominee, Dwight D. Eisenhow cr, in a fiery speech here Satur day night. He said: "We will sec to it that no man who has surrendered to 'aft (Sen. Robert Taft of Ohio) U.S. Trying to Get Help in Korea By A. I. GOLDBERG The United Slates is readying n aghinst ;arty. "hard" campaign troops from more to, gel United more Nations numbers onto the Korean battle field. The drive was hinted at by Sec raary of Slate Dean Acheson ii height northeast of Chorwon. At last report the issue was stil in doubt. Action elsewhere along the 155 mile battlefront was light. Of course I am kidding about Florida's sensitivity to hurricane reports. I was down there in the hurricane season, September, when it rains every day and 89 degrees fcols like 110 in Arkansas. At that £ particular season Florida would be tolerable drinking cold beer under a palm tree fanned by the ocean breeze; but either you run out of beer, the breeze quits, or you get bitten by a salt-water mosquito as big as a horse-fly. I'm not running Florida down. But I have a correction for somo things maybe you and I imagined. In Florida you don't build a house right on the blue waters of tho j|. Gulf; not. if you want a good yard and a garden or fruit grove. The salt spray won't allow that. So most of the folks live along shallow bays protected by outlying keys, and have to travel several miles to fish or swim. Not much different from our own Arkansas. ill be president." Some 1,500 Democrats from the hird Congressional District heard c speech. District Republicans have filed heavy slate of candidates for the iovembcr general election indue ng Jack Joyce of Fayettcville who the American Communist ployed in construction of tho Ozwvk Ordnance p'nnt at El Dorado during World War Two wore affirmed in a divided opinion by the Arkansas Supreme Court today, The Supreme Court hold, however, that tho former employes wore not entitled to recover under provision ot the U. Standards Act, as S, Fair Labor Union Circuit It was taken under the Internal I c, )Ur t had said. Tho construction Security Act of I0r>0, belter known WU8 ,, o t \ n interstate commerce its 400 city officers' arc oxpootod to attend tho 2-tlny convention, which opens Thursday. — Democratic Nominee John Spnrkman of Alabama will bo in troduced hove Friday by Judge Francis Cherry, Arkansas' Damo cratle nominee for governor. TEXARKANA 1*1 Vice Presidential his opening U. N. policy statement, and was kicked off in New York yesterday by John D. Hickcrson. assistant secretary of slate. Addressing the annual U. N. Week meeting ot the American Association for the United Nations, Hickerson said: "We intend to press hard in the General Assembly to get as many United Nations members as possible who have not done so to face up as the McCarran Act because author was Sen. McCarran (D- Nc;V). The law requires that nil "Communist front" and "Communist action" nrgtuii/alioiis register with the U. S. Government. Tho Communists claim the parly is not subversive the Justice Department says it is. And party attorneys challenged the consitution- alily of the McCarran Act. The two member panel of tins S'ACB, made up of Board Chairman Peter Campbell and Dr. Kal- ryn McHnle, listened to pro-ami con testimony before Issuing their report and recommendations today to the full board, which has four members. There is one vacancy. The report said that Russia, act ing through the Communist international, has "directed, dominated, nnd therefore not covered by tho federal act, the court said. It adopted an alternative finding of the lower court that recovery was justified in any case under provisions of a contract between the contractor, II. B. DKII! & Co., 'lintl tho United Stales gov eminent for the construction. Thi! majority opinion was written' by Associate- Justice Ed F. Mc- Fnddln. Chief Justice Griffin Smith and Associate Justice Paul Ward dissented. No total was compiled on amount of overtime the plaintiffs will receive. WASHINGTON IM — Fulrvlow Public School Dlatrict No. 10 a Cnmdon will roccivo $16,500 \mde n new Office of Education alloon tlon ot $1,202,014 for school con strucUon In defense urona. PITTSBURGH (0 — inlf tho country'^ 375,000 * miners roluiad to Work tods.. protest ngnlnst the govemrtie dored cut in the $1.00 da joost they recently won 1 : ndustry. Como«to-work whistles norod by 67,600 minor* m I was reminded by one Floridian that even if they should have hurricane down there our section has no room to talk; we, he said have tornadoes. But I was as good as the Florida talkers, said I. "Never touched us, Hope Student 1$ ROTC Officer Eight Persons Injured in Two Accidents Six persons were injured abou 1:15 a. m. Sunday when two cat collided about 3'/2 miles east c Hope on Highway No. 4, and tw more were hurt in a second accident west on Highway 67. Eastalene Dixon, 21, of Hosston, driver of one auto, suffered head acerations and her sister, Shirley, 16, sustained a knee injury and Helton Chamberlain, 20, of Uosston was bruised. In the second car Charles D. Johnson 13, McNab, driver ol the car, was slightly hurt while two passengers in the auto, Viola Johnson and Clay Johnson, both of Hope, suffered head injuries. Leonard Jefferson was only slightly bruised. All were treated at Rosston. Both autos were heavily damaged according to investigating State Officer Guy Downing. About 5 p. m. Sunday at the scene of the accident in which Mrs. Theresa Bryan was killed early Saturday an auto driven by Fred J. Venner Sr. of Little Rock crasn- ed into the back end of another driven by Ernest Rhones, also of Little Rock. Rhoaes' young daughter received leg injury and Venner's leg was ecks to unseat Rep. James D. 'rimblc, the Democratic incum tent. Arkansas' Democratic candidate or governor, Francis Cherry, loduccd Kerr, and expressed ap preciation to tho crowd for its sup port in the Aug. 12 primary He said, "It will never be for- ;otten." . Other top state Democratic lead crs aHending included Trimble Mrs. Jack Carncs, national com inittccwoman, Paul Chambers, na tional commiltoeman, and former Rep. Claude Fuller of Eureka Springs. „„ to their responsibilities in Korea. There should be more Iroops there now, ready to continue the fighting as long as neccs- Accident Toll in Arkansas Mounts to 17 sary. Hi-Way Group Announced by Cherry nnd central , . Those dlgttori joined th£ minors who refused to-.wr week across ,tha nation w Wage Stabilization Board',, t bating approval of ^ho pas for minors formerly eartuj battle dally wogoM ol'$W.!)|.|4 B After tho W8B nppjfovc^l the pay Increase, bringing .the basic dully wugo to flT.8$Y minors Joined their idlo,? ' workers. Now nt least 227,< staying uw»y from work,'' Ing 30,000 tn Kentucky, 1! Ohio, B.BOO In Indiana 17,1 Illinois and 700 in Okl»hom*W Tho walkout came at when coal stocks record high, controlled, educated and, to some extend financed" the American Communist party. Observing that nt no lime The Supreme Court affirmed n life sentence for rope imposed on Slgmund' Pembcrton in Pulaskl Circuit Court. In the unanimous opinion Salvation Army Drive Running Far Behind Quota The Salvation Army drive is still far short ot its goal of $2,000 according to L. B. Toolcy campaign chairman. All workers arc urged to contact their list and turn in with 'the Soviet Union, the panel H decision said: • There are no protestations-jap repentance and reform." & The report went on to say tfte evidence clearly establishes, UjOt the American Communist "has the same principles nnd now which it hus fostered since' inception and has always mn tained the relationship of unqu tionlng subservience to the Sov Union." The party "lives for the when it can install a dlctutorahj. of the proletariat in the Unitd States," the panel said, .adding: 1 , Justice Smith wrote: dur-l ,4 Thc details nro too sordid'and fc r stitutional — in nn nnnoal "on tons ot stored coal is proposed f «» In history amendment to revamp when the supper ot thf State Highway Commission, Francis Cherry has named the commissioners ho will appoint if I it la approved In the general tion Nov. 4. Jng the long hearings did the Com-, J r ^vojtlnB to. warrant oxtqnded com- i^*^ substantial evidence to sus- lain tho jury's verdict, challenged omlnoe, who aM any in the motion for a new trial." Tho court also affirmed the 12. year sentence of Curtis Willis, convicted in Snlln Circuit Court of second degree murder. Willis was convicted ot tho fa lal shooting of his father-in-law, Doc Cooper, following a family quarrel nt Cooper's Saline County | home last Spring Willis also 18 under an 10-year sentence for carnal abuse of young daughter. An appeal in t ca»o has not boon decided. ivor OH well Bcrconod," named ollowlns persons: MiSB Willie A. Lawson of Little Rock, former executive secretary | w h on 17,1 NORMAN, Okla. — John M. Duf- lie, Jr.. student at the University of Oklahoma from Hope, has the honor of being named a midshipman lieutenant in the Naval ROTC program, Col. Robert L. Denig, Jr., USMC, professor of naval science, announced. The naval midshipmen are se lected from the entire class of lUJiiors and seniors. The selections are based on' the officers academic record apitude for the service, and their previous per formance of assigned duties, Colonel Denig explained. J>uffie is the son of Mr. and Mrs J, M. Duffie, 1106 S. Elm. At the university, he is a member o Kappa Sigma social fraternity, anc Scabbard and Blade honorary fra teroity for junior and senior military students. Iso bruised. Investigating Downing said stopped on the highway at the scene of the earlier wreck. Rhones was breed to stop suddenly on a bridge when an auto suddenly pulled onto the road and the Venner car crashed into the back end. Officer Downing said. 'Both, vehicles were leavily damaged. State Officer Guy several cars were By The Associated Press Two squirrel hunters were shot fatally in Arkansas yesterday and at least six persons died on state highways during the weekend. These deaths brought to 17 Ar kansas' toll for the week ended last midnight. Sheriff W. Y. Nash said a 49. year-old Jonesboro man, L- L Hardin, died last night from wcunds suffered in a hunting ac cident yesterday morning. Nasn said Hardin apparently was struck by a bullet which a companion had aimed at a squirrel. Melvin (Bud) Kagen, 14-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ka g*n of Ft. Smith, was killed in an other hunting mishap. Deputy Sheriff Ed Pressley said a companion s bullet richocheted, striking the youth. 1 Thirteen-year-old Frances Jen kins of Caraway suffered fatal in juiies when she was struck by an automobile while going home from a movie yesterday. A Benton County soldier and a farmer were killed early ycster day near Bentonville when the car in which they were riding overturned on Highway 100. Sheriff John M. Black identified the victims as John Wright. 22, on furlough from Camp Hood, Tex., and 29 year old Raymond Stewart. A 10 year old Jonesboro boy Wayne Mabry, was killed when he was hit by a truck as he walked on Highway 1 near the Jonesboro contributions to Roy Anderson, treasurer immediately. The women's group under Mrs. Louise Griffin and Mrs. Claude Tillory will start their drive Tuesday morning with a meeting of all workers for coffee at the Hotel Barlow dining room at 0:30 a. m. Any women interested in offering their services for the drive anc who have not been contacted arc urged to attend the meeting. Mr. Tooley also requested that anyone desiring to contribute to the Salvation Army call KXAR and a worker will pick up their contribution. The Salvation Army ser- . , ., Upon the overwhelming weight A third criminal affirmance wa of the evidence in this proceeding entered agolflst George E,. Voatci; we conclude that respondent (the sentenced from Franklin Clrcm party) is directed, dominated and Court to five years for second de controlled by the Soviet Union and jjrcc murder. Voalch was convict the respondent operates primarily ed of the fatal shooting of Dej to advance the objectives of the At-htord at_an Ozark tourist cout world Communist movement.",; past vice unit in this county is performing a groat service locally along with the great national and international work of the Salvation Army and are worthy of generous support. The report said that in years most of the party's "were taught in Moscow in thc| rolu which the Soviet Union de- tired" the American parly to play. Upon their return to this coun-| try, the report said, "these leaders, in turn, taught and carried out the policies, strategy and tac-| tics which they learned in Mos> cow." The next step is for the party'* lawyers to flic exceptions to the panel's report. The board Is expected to dispose of these without further hearings. last Nov, 24. The Democratic Hubornntorlnl said ho "dpubtod commission. or moro, Mont miner B said of the elation Arkansas Cecil S. Education Lynch ot Asso- Pine for , Grant Bluff, retired executive vlce»prosl- om O B S nrid Vwl Alfl dent of the Arkansas Power and the Ow1lng«fi»p4 Light Company; Dan Portls of L«< of ConWl president; and CUcnn E 1 . Wallace|^ hoBT , vnnla . , said meaHuro, proposed amend- vo ted which Cherry Hays ts_thp | |^ t j^ panto, LittlQ River bunk president Wcst vifgtaiftVAU Raymond F. Orr of Ft. Smith, Ath« ern ar au /> j l ' Ictlc Mining and Smelting Company 1 - -** --•president; and Glenn F. Wallace of Nashville, Hereford eattlebrcod, or. The iTtcnt, ....._-. ,_-,_.-, , . first stop toward "taking the High way Department out of politics",' would reduce the present 12«mqm« bor commission to a D member group, appointed from tho state at largo for staggered 10 year terms* Tho proposal provides lor Senate confirmation of appointees and ro of commissioners ton causl CoaT trljtQ,! ,4ajk ^ < f increase'ii; 'X -"'^ rHIC AQ Q ' ^' Bender Suggests Passage of Amendment 43 Might Lead to New Factory for Hope Moyor Wilson to Address Pqtmos PTA Mayor John L. Wilson will be the guest speaker at Patmos school PTA meeting, Wednesday night. October 22. at 7:30 p. m. The membership drive will get underway with Emiess Stanley as leader of the blue side, and Woodroe Allison, leader of the gold side, The tasing side will give » supper for city limits Saturday. Mrs. Mark Cohen, 37 year old Editor The Star: I have just read in your October 17 issue the letter written by Attorney Talbot Feild, Jr., in which he favorably discussed Amendment 43 which is to be voted on in the November 4th election. It is my sincere hope that the people of Arkansas will pass this amendment. This amendment, if it is passed, will be the greatest thing that has happened to Arkansas within 50 years. Please permit me to speak frank 1 ly. A little more than a year ago through the efforts of Vincent Foster and Beorge Peck of your city I located a plant here. In the beginning we worked 30 employes. Today we have 220 on the pay roll, and with the improvements and expansion we already have underway we expect to be working 300 persons by the end of the year. We like wife of a Springfield, Mo., dentist, died at a Rogers hospital yesterday from injuries suffered when the car in which she was riding overturned near Gateway, Ark. Sat urday. An Clyphant man, Harry Lee Brown, 62. wa» killed yesterday when he was struck by a car eight miles $outh of Newport, anything. But, if you will vote for and pass Amendment 43 you will then be in a position where you can consider our proposal and take action if you desire. If you decide to vote the low millagc necessary and issue the bonds we will gladly en< ter into an agreement whereby we will pay back to City of Hope over a 20- or 25-year period the cost of the building plus interest. You will get ail of your money back and in the meantime your cornunity will have had the benefit of a new industry with the resulting pay roll. Certain laws are in effect today that encourage new plants to take advantage of building* provid ed by slight miilage increase*. As Mr. Feild pointed out Mississippi has an excellent plan already in effect. We could locate in Mississippi but we like Hope. We are a 1 G & F Plans to Postpone Deer Season LITTLE ROCK I* - The Arkan- sns Gnmo and Fish Commission, meeting hero tpday was expected to discuss a State Forestry Division recommendation^ to postpone the 19. r >2 ducr huntlnfe season, T. A- McAmltf, executive secretary of the Commission, said yesterday that the seaiion, whlph i» scheduled to begin Nov. 10, may be called off because of the tire hazard in Arkansas' dry forests. An assistant «ste forester, ?'Ran ger Jim" Martin, said 9,810 acres of timberlsnd had been destroyed in 63 fires during October. The timber is valued "conservatively" at «Q an acre. He said 62 fires were reported yesterday. Twenty of them were extinguished. Martin reported the Pallas 304 Nevada County areas "in extreme- y dangerous, conditions" bccauee of the lack of rain. ,.,< He estimated 00 per cent of the ires have been started by squirrel hunters attempting to smoke Uielf game totp the open, Final Rites For Crash Victim 2 p.m. Monday Funeral services for Mrp sa Bryant, 37-ypar.old Hope woman Waldq, congress p| ' "outstanding achlQvemanv 1 travel 4iraetop companyf In plaque U R who was killed In an auto early Saturday morning, will be, hold at the First Baptist Church at 2 p. m. Monday by the Bev, 8, A. Whitlow. " „. Mrs. Pryan's Slflteu, Mrs. Vlr« ginla Cannon, critically injured in the crash, waa reported resting better today in a local hospital, , Mrs, Bryan, widow $ Charles Bryan, la survived by a »on and * daughter, her father and eight lifters, ' t Aotlve paUbeftrfM! JM Jewel John WH«o>, JQ« Amour, fc»wr«i« Martin, Beverly Johnson, and Newt Pentecost. l?I»trl$' "n'l 4S110 WJ M*V *r»»** *** »••*» f »••» " ?» ^ ~~r*r-~ -"WJ— — — - --- - --.-r, , - '••-, , Hope. The three splendid railroads I ready here and we want to. jtay serving your community were ad*-1 However, several cities In *""«• elding factor in sttraeiUng us to - ! " ! •—- "'""' l " l "" 1 *"' iope. In fact, we were so fgvorab,- y impressed with the -many advantages Hope has to offer that we would like to locate a different type plant bere to manufacture wheel goods for the toy industry.However, that will require in addition to expensive machinery a modern, fireproof building approximately 80 by #X> feet wij*) 3 a " enete beside ssippi have elready invited us to .ocste our new plant there. One thing more, if you pass Amendment 43 se that Hone can provide buildings for new industry I want to say that 1 know of five industries, in our line of business in New Yorw state, each employ ing 30 average of 200 person* you can get to locate to Hop*. C/y^e M»/ fl Succumbs in {.oca/ Hospital fa* <r McClellqn Accuted gl lnoccuraci« (U?) L, Johnnon, former chairman of the Comm«t«« fop the Hoover report, today accused SfHk. John L. McClellan of ipresding the work el VM> Hoover •ion. John»on attack^ a report }M>te4 by McCtellan's S^ete gavernm«>t operations, «yw»4tt*e lift week, it e»W »upport?r« of th* Hoover Tt\mm *w*\^

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