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MOM STAR, KOFI, ARKAKSAS Form An odvancft in wheat tn.. fen- turp today'n ««•« In maiHel roport, thin marnlnu- 8J«mhtorpri cattlo stendy. Wholesale m«nt to low«r, Cotton future* f»pon«l 3fl pent» to |1,40 o -liftIP hlfjlw U«J»y, N«W VorK — Noon Cotton: »«o. 30.85 - Mtux-h, ;!0,07 Here 1* today's Commodity re- 25 to 50 «nli nt most emu bi-lt nuiikfU thlt» with nuixlnuuu KHIUS of Sample Ballot Continued from Page One the Communion to carry out fully nnd <>ff«et v«ly the roaiiintlpM ond IUWH rcl«llOK lq the Slute Highway Dopnrtrnont. tVnniiportnllon f«eiliUe§ arc noccn- »ury for thu development ,0^0 com- rrumily nnd for the welfare of Hi InhnhfttmU, on «'>"""], tox t £ not ip to 7fl rents ni IndlunnpolU, fltilk Biilod of 180 In 2110 liavt? vntigod fiom $17 IP *17 03 at most mniktfiH lint huvt- illpnut to 518,75 ot $1, Jtmi-ph wml huvt' r(ti\«r<l UA hitth n« $18 '45 nt liuliiuui- nrouorty LoiinUorles liv t;ln tho corporate LIWM • tvff *»««•* v*** I l*My Hw A"» ****? , nines of the first and second ...Has tor thi> purport' of providing fundB to hi- iMwl for tin- acquisition of sited within or without «ueh eltlos nn d for HIP eoiutnu'ttoi} nll«ii! (if uulltliuui anJ other far or suli-. for the tiforo A few choke HftVo tujipi'd nt $18,40 lit lotllnntip- ollf, but top* i>imnvh«»'e rttiiiio from ' .... 10 $17.79. Sown aim klnuly to 23 ewnU high- an a niii! with Uio uiuk m>itin« J>lA,7fl to 117, A ffw eholet* huvo void higher at £*apt St. U>vU» at »17.W, wilt/ purpo««n. or for the amortization of bonds boarlng Interest ut not noni than four per cent per annum mind for H«oh purposes. ACT NC PURCHASING ACT REr BY ORDER OF THE PBOPLE FORnEFERRKDACTNaMZ Q ARRIVES IN TKVO * — Mni'Hnvet Songnr from tho UnWod Stutes today to Ict-turt- Jnnmumo «n birth H|W MANAGEMENT fpELLY STATION jif Mopo on U.S. 67 hifylto Jnvity «och of you to eur-nffvv location, Complete ser- )llc, I We of flrss, gas, oil and lubri- I1NG SPECIAL $2.00 Winner in Continued from Page One 2nd place — Mrs. Curl- Jones 3rd place — Mrs. Roy Hoborti Class 12, Berrying Shrubn lit place — Mrs. Olin Lewis Arr«ng«ment Cluatei Class I, Indian Summer l»t place -- Mrs. U. L. RettlR. Ulao Club 2nd place — Mrs. Coy Breeding. Iris Club 3rd place — Mrs. John Wallace. Camellia Club Honorable Mention — Mrs. James Pilklnlcm, Gardenia Club Clans 2, Bounty and Beauly Jst place — Mrs. L. B. Toolcy. Gurdvnlu Club 2nd place — Mrs. Claude Agfe. Irla Club 3rd place — Mrs. It. N. Monsrr. Cumi'lllit Club Honorable Muntinn — Mrs. II. I- Uruuch, A/.uli'ii Club McCarthy Hits Stevenson, Draws Boos MILWAUKEE, WIs,, (UP)—Sen. Jofcph R. McCartney attacked Cov ; Aillol K. Str-venson for the second ume In loss than a week and was met by boos and catcalls, as well ti«n .1.1 fchorr* from Ills admirers. Hip. About ISO spectators walked out i on Hi'' controversial Wisconsin sen Bio••'» speech last night, McCarthy snld that the masa wnlkout was engineered by "mem- of the opposition planted In the hall." ••One hundred members of the opposition were planted In th<; (building und they were instructed pet up and leave all at once, ' Republican senator said. The disturbances used up about JU minutes of the 30 minutes of ,-iidlo and lelevlslon lime allotted t > McCarthy for his speech. The cppcch was carried by 31 i Wisconsin radio «tai!-ons and the j slate's only television stallon. Mei Caithy broadcast before an over- i flow crowd of some 500 persons 1 g.,thored In tho American-Serb I j Memorial Hall. McCarthy repeated much of his speech in Chicago last Monday, which attacked the record of Stev eiison, the Democratic presidential candidate. Just us he began to speak, an ! unidentified man began to shoul in ; the audience and was hustled out j <>t the hull by Uvo policemen. I Another spectator stood and ad- I dressed Jerome Host, former stale i American Luglon commander who Cotton Journal Endorses Ike MEMPHIS (ft — The Cotton Trade Journal today endorsed Dwight D. Elsenhower for president. In a page one editorial the Journal nald "we are convinced that victpry of the candidates of the i Democratic parly would place a! Highway Bids Advertised LITTLE ROCK. Ifl — Outgoing C'iov. McMnth's Highway Commission yesterday advertised for bids on nfcie projects, and Highway Director Orval Faubus said they were selected on tho basis ol "need nnd feasibility." Faubus said that he and Chief Friday. October 31, 19S2 _ the first to testify. Following hi* were representatives of other statft and regional groups. : Vhc New York and New Orleans cotton exchanges, along with th| Production and Marketing Admi* istralion had representatives at tJW meeting. -• President was Rep. Tom Aber- nclhy (D-Missi. Friday, October 31, 1952 HOP! STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS SOCIETY Pnon* 7-3431 Between 8 A. .M. and 4 P. M. will be Mrs. Lorraine BUckwood and Mrs. Elsie Hall. si/imp of approval on rcgimenta-j Engineer A. E. Johnson chose the ti«n and socialism as a way of IP. . . "Obviously the cotton Industry..! cnnnot hope lo mainlain itself as an inland of free enterprise in a sea of regimented economy. "We bnlievo General Eisenhower's election would result in arresting the socialistic trends to which the Democratic adrninistra- tion is committed. . . ." The Journal, a weekly Irade publication, endorsed States Rights Nominee J. Strom Thurmond in tho 1948 presidential raco. project:!, which will constitute the final contract lotting by the Me- Math administration. Bids are lo bo opened Nov. 21. The projects Include: Garland und Perry Counties, 21 miles on the Nhnrod south road, Highway 7. Benton County, an extension of th? project recently completed on Highway 100 from the Missouri- cotton! Arkansas line south to the junction Top Radio Program! Friday Radio: NBC 7:30 Serf' Henry Cabot Lodge Jr. from Boss * SAENGER • Today & Saturday • Calendar ton. introduced McCarthy, -Toli about Joe's wounds." he shouted. McCarthy supporters in the hence jumped to their feel shouted angrily nt the heckler. Po him to the be quiet anti-McCarlhy specla- MCnrthy's ilci forced and other tors booed the police. (The remark about war wounds evidently referred to stntomenls by some of the Congressional Group Asks Party Backing LITTLE ROCK W) — A Democrats-for- Democrats radio forum here last night called for Arkansas voters to support the party tickel in Ihe general eleclion Tuesday. The state's top Democratic political leaders urged listeners over a state-wide, 22-stalion radio Kook- up to vote for Adlol Slevenson for president and discussed the need for a Democratic Congress If Ark- war nnsas is to maintain its position in Washinglon. Participating in the program were Sen. John L. McClellan, Slate Democratic Chairman Leffel Genlry, and Congressmen J. W. j Trimble, Oren Harris, W. F. Nor- 1 reU, Biooks Hays, Wilbur Mills,! and E. C. Took) Gathings. Sending messages by telegram lo the program, sponsored by the of Highway 71 at Bentonville. , Garland County, the entrance to the new aluminum plant near Arkadelphia. Jefferson and Crittenden Coun lies, bridge structures for the Hiirdin Drainage project near Pine Bluff and the Ten Mile Bayoi Drainage Project at West Mem phis. Television: - ABC-TV- 7 Sflri Wayne Morse of Oregon, film cording from New York. Radio: CBS 9:45 Eric Hgtirt, cinlist Labor. au- and Group Airs Cotton Selling Program MEMPHIS, Wl — A Congressional subcommillee meeting opened here today in an effort to develop a "more orderly" program of selling cotlon. Colton producers from California to the Carolinas. who say a "rush -lo-Markel" situation is costing farmers about $25 a bale, were on hand to tcslify before Ihe House Agricultural Committee. The chairman of the Bellwide Colton Producers Commitlee, C. N. Shyre of Scoll, Miss., was expected to be Start the Day Right- ...Without After-Breakfast Slump Why start the day fetl- ing dull and logy because of too much acia churning in your atom* nch? Just 1 or 2 Turns, eaten after breakfast will null you out of that ''after-breakfast slum!'" • most wage ' comer ! of the earth 1 JUMGL ^^ •:'••'.:&S£0A ; reM Wednesday, November S . The .Hum cam Chapter of the ' Daughters of American Revolution i will be hostess to a Silver Tea nt the home of the regent, Mrs. DicU \\atkins, 404 East 14th, Wednesday jNov..5. from 3:30 to 5:30. Proceeds I will be used for the restoration ot i the Old State House in Little Rock. Saturday, November 1 ' ' " The Melody Maids will meet at; November 7 . 10 o'clock with Janet MeKen.'ie. ] World Community Day will DP Donna Kennedy will lead the pro- i observed by the Council of United gram on Jenny l.uul. Members a-ej church \Votncn on November 7 in reminded to brins their dues. j ti lt . Episcopal Church at 3 p.m — i Women arc asked to bring warm Monday, November 3 i c i t >iiutig | b nnfants and. child Circles of the WSCS of the First j,. cll untl ,. r six years of age. These Methodist Church will meet Mov\-; .. BaK , ;t , ts ( OI . p c ace" will be sen' day afternoon. November at :!>, o'clock as follows: Circle 1 at the home of Mrs. E. D. Galloway; Circle 2 at the home tit Mrs. J. lnc . children in Korea. Friday, November 7 Thi- piogram, "Building for Las Peace," of the Council of Uni "i ' 'I 'Hiw r - i I 11 ' » ** . " Movie Of The Week "One Minute To Zero" Soenger - Sunday & Mond \V. Perkins with Mrs. W. T. Kranks! u , ct (_-| U11 . t .| 1 vvomcn will be as co-hosU>.ss; Circle 3 at the homiM m Uu . t;pi sco p a i Church Frida 01 Mrs. Dick \Vnlkins; and Circle iU t(. nlooni November 7, nt 3 o' i 4 at the church with Mrs. Ralph | Smith and Mrs. Henry Hilt as hos- ! losses. —put you back on tup of the -world again Turns quickly neutruli excess acid. Contain n soda to ovcr-alkali/.<S or cause acid rebound. No mixing, no water needed. Just eat like candy. Always keep Turns handy for record-fast relief from acid stomach, ROD '""'"" CESAR CAMERON • ROMERO MARIE WINDSOR The Executive Board of the Women of the Church will meet at 11 a.m. Monday followed by a luncheon at noon. Monday, November 3 The Hope Ministerial clock. Ai this meeting "jackets for peace' will bo received. Notice The VFW Auxiliary will not have the runmiaKe sale as previously announced lor Saturday, Novcm ber 1. Alliance Stillonlr ]0( a Roll TUMJ FOR THE TUMMY tor's opponents that he falsified his marine officer in World Wur 11) MeCinthy said thai Bernard De- 3?*Por"rny'ur of Autumn ! vut "- « £"***?'* magazine editor, * • • "•i»i" t f-« i-.ii/l A t* t li > i •• C:»Vi 1 .>o !•* iriit- it- »i 1st place — Mrs. Olin Lewis, Wlsj toriu Club AGAINST RJSFERRKD ACT AN ACT to E»lBbl NO, J8h M NO. ACT **» U ethods of u«>haiiln« tor the Stato o! Arknn n\s; and for pvhtr Purposes. Be i U aoUtJ by th»*aener»l Autmbly the 8t»l« ot AfkiinMt! __ ____ COUNTY OFPICfERS For County Judge (Votn for On») Ulysses O. Onrrctt Dem, For Bhorlff and Collector (Vot<» for One) C Cook Dem. '"""'""Por'Circut (Votu for One) Oorrelt WIW* " poV'Cown'ty Qi«r'k (Voto lor On«) _ Harry Hawthorne Dem. B B 2nd place — Mrs. J. W. hum, Iris Club 3rd place — Mrs. Lloyd Guerin, Azalue Club und Arthur Schleslnger, Jr., a Harvard University history professor, had failed to answer he made against them {Monday. He culled Stevenson "u disgrace zuiua «-»"° in, the Democratic Party of my "ST 0 ?**^^- Ml '- U C '''her. Timothy MCarlhy." Cook. Cnnu'llia Club 4, Harvest Moon i»t place — Mrs. A. A. Halucrt. McCarthy repeatedly referred to the Milwaukee Journal as the "Ihe Milwaukee Daily Worker." The *? , , ' ,i ti .ft .,M Journal has endorsed Thomas E. 2nd place -Mrs. Harry Whil-: Falrchlldi McCarthy's Democratic worth, Lilnc Club 3rd plnco — Mrs. J. C, Carlton. Rose Club Class S. Autumn Glory 1st place •-• Mrs. W. B. Mason. opponent for the Senate, as well as Slevenson. The senator asked the audience Mrs. Jeff Millican. (Vote for Ono) Lucille Jluggtag uem. "" "" M ""'"i»oV"T«x"A»MMor (Vote for One) Grit Stuart Bern. """"'Far '•Ropri'it'nUtivt (Vote for One) TnlUOt PVIld, Jr, Dem. For County Surveyor (Vote for One) J, Q.'PrescoU For Oorontr' (Vote tx>r Ono) TOWNftHIP OFFICER* 8 8 8 n D Roue Club 2nd place — Nandlnu Club 3rd plnce — Mrs. Kenneth Ambrose, Lilac Club Honorable Mention — Mrs. J. O ,uck, Dnhlln Club Class 8, Solute to Autumn, for non membars and visiting garden clubs 1st pluce Mrs. N. N. Daniels. Stevenson - Spnrkman Campaign w«r record in speeches to the vot-i Committee. were Gubernatorial] IMS by Implying h,.- had been! Nominee Kraneis Cherry, ill at his wiiiiiulcd in combat. McCarthy was home in Jonesboro; Sen. J. W. l-'ulbright: Hep. Boyd Tackelt. und ft. Gov. Nalhan Gordon. Cherry's telegram, read by Gon- liy, said "I believe him (Stevenson) to he the ablest and cleanest candidate for whom I have had the privilege to vote In my lifu- liitte." The sludio audience, some 100 strong, booed when McClellan said that Sen. Joseph McCarthy, Wisconsin Republican, would replace him as chairman of Ihe Senate Committee on Governmental operations should Ihe Republicans win conlrol of Congress. The other congressmen quickly pointed out that a Democratic administration would be more beneficial lo Arkansas nnd ihe Soulh. Kulbright messaged lhal, "This campaign will determine whether the nation shall go forward under Iho responsible leadership of Adlai Stevenson or go back to the reactionary policies of those now Dominating the Republican Party." Gov. McMath was unable to attend. He spoke last night in behalf of the national ticket at a Democratic rally in Pittsburgh, Kans. Prescott Garden Club 2nd place ~ Mrs. N. N. Daniels, Preucott Qardun Club 3rd place, Mrs. Barney Hamin UonorublH MonlUm —- Mrs. N. N. Daniels, Prescott Garden Club Class 7, October Morning, for Junior Garden Clubs Jut place — Pulsley Junior Garden Club 2nd place — Rose Bud Club of to "send me back to Washington.' In his speech Monday, McCarthy identified Devoto and Schlesinger as speech writers and speech as- Sislnnls to Stevenson. He quoted excerpts from n'ews- l paper columns Schlesinger had wi itlen, one of which said, in port, "even freedom-loving Amerians. . look hopefully toward Russia." McCarthy did not say that either Schlesiuger or Dtvoto were subversives, but merely read mater ial he called "documentation" of their records. Brook wood Paisley Junior Gar- 3rd pli»co den Club Honorable Mention — Garland Junior Garden Club Class 8, Educational feature, "Hoot Propogulion." furnished by the University of Arkansas Experiment Station Branch. Egypt Protests Reparations , CAIRO. Egypt WI — Premier Ma]. Gen. Mohammed N a « u i b announced last night that Egypt has handed the West German gov- umnent » note formally protesting it recent agruemwit to pay Israel reparations tor Nazi persecutions ' Jew*. Nanuiu hundecl Die note to the new German ambassador. Guen- Uvcr Ptwelke. shortly after the *even-ft»tiOH Arab League's Political Conunittee held an emergency Kefauver Raps Eisenhower BOSTON, Mass.. (UP) —Dwight D. Eisenhower's plan to go to Korea on u peace mission is a "ghost writer's effort to find a gimmick to pep up Elsenhower's faltering it would be tragic to hold out Kefauver. The Tennessee senator told some 2,000 ftMluw Democrats at a symphony Hall rally last night that "it wonld be tragic to hold oht false hopes to the boys in Korea." "It's going to take more than a ghost writer's gimmick to elect Gun. Kisonhuwer president of the United Slates." Kefuuver said. "If Gen. Eisenhower is going to Korea, who is he going to see there Will he talk to a North Korean and Chinese Communist truce commission which has stalled truce negotiations lor ovor a year and which has uo power to act? "Perhaps he had better pail in his Khosl writers and find out what he should do if he fails to win o. «tv W*»WMIV» %»s« MI »*v *(iMw *** »»**i v. - , . » truce. The true enemies of Araer- drain the blood from a man s bod ica and the free wwld sit today «» a f «* r minutes when they a .. i ^ .. ... '•.._!. ;.. fnu^A nurt t Ha vrx n ti ic ill in the Kremlin." ck up «nd dtlivar your ear DON WIBB US DtRoin «wn Of thO POP Outtlw (Vote for T\vo) _ T. A.'C*rheflu» »««»• N HOUSE IN RoyAndernon Par C««»Ubl« (Vote tor Oa») her* to work out joint action «8«in»t Ute payments to Is jesl. Th* Arabs contend the money XT'! A *T\ f .. **.. -t,.™* ^ ^ x. »o to the 800.000 Arab rol- U|jcc* » Ihe Palestine War. Under the M»p«r*UioMs agree- the West Qevwans plan to deliver t7S uuUion dollars worth of U> Israel 8S restitution tor *utfei-to« under the Hitler I1«clric Workwt Return - Employes of the city operated Memphis Light W«t*r 0ivi*uiii were back at ot the United Stales as any b4»y following party in the last SO infl§ffitn*td* t»Utj Alton wmounwd last ui*W )tUr«teU WU1*M» A,|*i!«k*ri would return to their j J. E. Stevenson, s*id the mea were a,$Ui»i lor a 49 per a f«ft«'»J raise f« near- Arkansas Weather CENTRAL: Fair and warmer ihis afternoon; fair and mild tonighl and Salurday. Highest today 72; lowest tonight 50. NOUTHEASTEUN: Fair and warmer this afternoon; fair tnd mild tonight and Saturday. Highest today near 70; lowest tonight's upper 40's. SOUTHEASTERN: Fair and warmer this aflernoon; fair and mild lonighl and Saturday. Highest today lower 70s; low- esj tonight lower 50s. NORTHWESTERN: Fair and warmer this aflernoon; fair and mild tonight and Saturday. Highest today near 70; lowest tonight 50. SOUTHWESTERN: Fair and warmer this afternoon; fair and mild tonight and Saturday. Highest today lower 70s; lowest tonight lower 50s. Some Arctic mosquitoes are so abundant and ferocious in th short summer period that they ca Garner Soys Adlai Is the Man UVALDE. Tern. UK — Former Vice President John N. Garner j experts say. did say here Oct. 18 that Guv. in force and the man is ur protected, says a report by Pro Alexander Klots of City Colleg New York. fiel like a million! In your docket/ underwurdrobe Jockiy Short sleok, brief ... for active iporlt. The yot^g man's favorilf. Jack«v Mldwiy tnuB'flt'tnS thloh protection for everyday wear* From OOc Jockty Ov«l-Kn«« proltKli lroui«rt from perspiration . . • cuiriiont "icratchy" wqoltni. YES, SIR, in underwear as in outerwear you can now "dress for the occasion." The Jockey underwardrobft provides this new all-weather, round-the-clock comfort , . . fabrics and styles for every taste and activity. Each gar- men! with the famous Y-FRONT, masculine support found only in Jockey, originated and manufactured by Coopers. REMEMBER ... gel Jockey contoured shirts to match. — Sold Exclusively in Hope By — .»iih PHYLLIS COATES A MONOC94M PICTURE will have a special prayer servicr- for our country and for guidance in lh(! national election on Monday. November 3, at 5:45 p,m. at the St. Mark's Episcopal Church. All the citizens of Hope arc asked to come to this .special service to asls God's help for our country and for guidance. Col. Tnlmnn «tves S«t, Modrnw A rough beginning to Colonel William Tnlmitn. tells his romance makes tho sttl pretty wife, Margnret n few words of ndvlco us ho tnkcs Ing more enjoyable tor he'll be back from his flight to the oft on n return from the bnttlo llnea. nnd Ann Blyth, • front before she knows it. Colonel Hubert Mitchum ford-1 bly evacuates stubborn Nations worker Ann I'tlyth. »s j bead IT enemy nrtlllery shells start falling. I ba/.o..l., United Gr;'w ;.nd rolonel Mitchum draw a Hope Band Auxiliary will meet for their regular mnnthly meeting sicliny. at 7:30 Monday ni.nht at Cannon Hall. All baud mothers are urged i io attend. Personal Mention Mrs. J. A. Cullins is seriously ill at Ihc home of her daughlei in Texarkana. Mayor John Wilson Speaks ,it Palmos PTA Meeting I'aimos PTA mel Oclobcr 22 in ihe audio room oC Ihc school with wus. Lester Kent, president, pre- Starts Sunday at the Rialto Tuesday, November 4 The VFW Auxiliary will mce: Tuesday night at 7:30 at tin for a social meelinH. Hut it was announced lhat Ihc membership drive would end October 41'. Tne supper date will bo an- nounceu later. Mrs. Dorolhy Martin's room won the room count. Alter the business session, Mayor John Wilson gave an intcresling , RIALTO Today & Tomorrow • Hostesses auk on "Citizenship." ivefresnments were served 111 the lunciirooin lo those present. The dale of the next mcetinp will be announced later. The Stork of rhe Town! EDDIE ALBERT "CORPORAL DO'LAN GOES A.W.O.L." Democrats Fire a Top Committeeman By JACK RUTLEDQE WASHINGTON. W— An official of the Democratic National Commit lot ha.- been fired for allegedly j helping negotiate a nine million I do'lar government contract, while working for the committee. Democratic Chairman Stephen A. Mitchell Identified him last nitfht as Col. Lnwrenee Weslbrook, it research and development en Victory in Bag, Both Sides Say (Editor's note: This la tho fifth story In a series on tho big stales with largo blocks of eloctornl votes. Today's story tells the situation In Pennsylvania where there are 32 electoral votes — second only to New York). Dy CHARLES WELSH I'HILADKLHIA, W delphta Sept. 4, Ho ciur,o hack i dny-lon« tour acr6S« the his weelt and A major spc™.,, PltlsburKh. < f >l,'S DomocrntH scnl' VroiMoi mnn Into PonByJvnnltt ror'.uw, amounted to three 'dny« otwMi stopping lust webk StevchSoftfqK yostordny nnd today ( to Bid >,{i Ponnsylvana. ] > ',, '^v^j Here'* what pnrty' Hepubllcan-r-. teeman 0, Mason- Owlctt' "We'll do bOttoV lW»n" ItMB-j- better. I look'for EU win by 300,000. U cquld ns SOO.OOO that," Talking | Domncrat-Mnyor D«Vl<K m"j$fc enco of PiUsburBh. 'votdCM >ENrt Blnce'r who since Jnn. S has serv with Hepubliciin and Democriitlc ocratlc nntlonnl comfnUWofnh Lloyd Springs Entertained With Party on 5th Birthday Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Springs o! Patnios entertained their son, Lloyd, on his 5th birthday' with a parly at their home. After the opening of the many uselul gifts, the hostess served sandwiches, cold drinks, and dcs serl to the following; Mrs. Verdo Powell and children, Mr. Lola El- U'ge and children, Mrs. Mac Cox and two grandchildren. Miss Bettj Foster iinct Jessie, Miss Bobbie Bo! uu, Miss Linda Galloway, Miss j Nancy May and Sherman, Tommy 1VO. William POWELL and Ko^m.uy He CAMI' in Uimx-rs.il- Intcrnationals "THE TREASURE OF LOST CANYON." Tcchiwoku. DOROTHY DIX luitdcrs nboul tho probubln result t "Stevenson will win. y^d JKjrt jf of Ihe Nov. 4 presidential election .stnte by only 149,000 WUf ^p in Pcnnsylvnnla you enn'l escape M g 0 , ' > " V |,V.4 the thouuhl Ihey must be discuss- \v c 'n do a lot Hotter, thetit•? ir.u two different contents. 1 Tuesday, Labor Is Untta4"Mi\W ed as liaison man between the committee and members of Con Mi ess. Weslbrook has been helping House Speaker Sum Raybuvn in,...,, . AUUOU ,, lT1 u ,,»... ._ —T. —,-. JB - llie Democratic presidential cnin! Victory Is In ihe bag, say spokos- 1 <ho Democratic ticket f« tH« flTJ) in Texas. He said by tele I men on both sides. (time John L Lewlu' 'plume from Dallas there was "noj The known fuels sum up «Hout| nml the United Mlltw ' plume from Dallas there was "noj The known fuels sum up about nnd t , 1(J Un | to ,| j^{ no Wbrkor^b^f%£ thing wrong" wilh tho contract or I like this. I Ing'will help l)<i a )ot in < ootll'ttJC, his neuotlallons. j I'onnf.ylvanla had long been a anl | lrn( .|t 0 un d bltumln^ilii' tttk%tttj$_ In New York, the Herald Trl 1 Kopublienn stole until President Tno senate race fenturbBjR«mw$l SUN. - MON. - TUES. Especially Recommended For all Children From 8 to 80! ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON'S GREAT ADVENTURE STORY! Belly Shepard and Smitn ot Bodcaw. Mrs. Delia In A Dilemma Dear Miss Dix: I am a young un i married man of 2U. 1 am rooming: away 1'roin home and recenlly a girl und her mother came to stay at the same place. 1 dated ihe girl several limes, and now 1 can"! leave Ihe hous? wilhoul her waul ing to know whore I'm g»ini;. i>in-; lnlr and her molhcr soum lu think,»'«. nothing of. askin Dear Miss Uix: I , 1 know bL-cansi' it is dilfi'i-cnl from any i •p.' 1 ever frll. He dorsu'l love n ew o, mine called It "Ihe bigRost p > perj Franklin D, Hoosevelt won lit 1030 cenler deal ever exposed in Wash I He carried Ihe state aijnln In 1040 i,,,,( on ." I :»nil 11)44. each time by smaller 11 said Weslbrook nnd Uvo other I mnrKliib, Republican Thomas E. Dewey won in 104H by a solid 149.000 votes. A record roglstrntton and widespread public interest practically guarantee n record votev sonic- wen sleod lo share n $450,000 com mission. Jess Larson, who signed Ihc con m.u-u in love with a buy of| f h( , gove ,. nmcnl in is isn't just a crusn - - his ropacily as head of the Defense r , Mate-rials Procurement Agency, where In Iho nelghborhoofl Of loday -Westbi-ook signed the '1,250,1100 total. If recent percentage Jockty Lon« full Ug prolftllon for than occoiioni of MPOiur*. | Saenger Theatre Tonight! JUll« CHAKUS MK91 POWELL • ADAMS • DRAKE • HULL Coming and Going S-Sgt. and Mrs. Rceso Miller left Monday for Iheir home in San Anlonio, Texas, afler visiting then parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe P Greene and Mr. und Mrs. L>. •' Miller. Sr. me to take themiwllk-h hurt deeply. He likes to bo some "place without first lalk.iiB • »«'»«"d ">"- •'"'•» w«» !:i l " dnl ". im l , ban told < lll! ' sl) .''„•„„, m im6ii dollar deal for tunust'icvords arc conllnucd. [jii between a Portugese company iind his agency. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Lewis und Mrs. Paul Ralcy have returned m Dallas, Texas, where they al tended Ihe Spring Showing of La dies Heady lo Wear and Acces Dories for the spring- of 1953 llcan incumbent Edwnrd 72-yenr-old former goVo inn n aocond term. His Is former U. S, Dl»tr.|ct: K. Sard, 57, a lawyer ' Hero arc some of tho nl statistics : ^ • RoRlstrntlon; 3,136,775 ' dins; nrilqoc purlieu , 80 The Answer: Yours is the i>n.-ilii.-;; ; merit mosl unattached maii.'s imu thciriselvcs i|i sooner or laler. Ail unattached female consiclers lln'in lair prey and go a gunning. Wuli uinied. Since girls .si-cm to fall. lo KU ppjy th e melnl from mines it m love inure easily than boys, ils j t .i.,j met l i, :) control, usually Ihi; R.inales who are lell! ; j( ,rson siild If Ihe contract had wild tiiu broken hearl-i. II UK: boy'; , u ,i bd-n canceled already on these Both ot Ihc stale's two blggos cities, Philadelphia and Pittsburgh now htive Democratic city govern . L incuts. Tho federal pajroii In : lho' for HfADACNf/O< Keystone State is UIR. Sb 18 the stale payroll, directed by « com; plelcly Hopublicim slate .admlnls- ' tnttlon. Most polls show UepubUcann nhead in Pennsylvania. Two wcoks UMO, an Associated Press survey ot tutwspuper editors produced n composite opinion thot Republlean , , love you, he ha;; eerlainly: i«round.s , "wu may have canceled]: DwiKhl D. Elsenhower would re' lair enough to let you Know i n u -. contract nnyway had w« celve 53 per conl oC the VoU) .n»d hopeless and,' )uiown" Of Westbrook's rolution Mr. and Mrs. W. R. King of Memphis, Tenn., and Mrs. Will Me- Clung of Morrilton, Ark., have turned lo Iheir homes after a brief visit in Fulton as the guests Miss Mattie Royslon, arid Mrs. J J. Bailie. They also visilcd in Hope Washington, and Texarkana. tr™ i^tiron'r;,," ci;,;;;;;: >r^^ r^ ,„,. <^ MP ^^^, ler man-Rid, you really don't have- 1 ' 1 much cnanct 1 of escape. With a mil L ' ( realization ol ihu fact lhat you'll lie might change, bul you relul not lo be loo Me- have no peace in your presenl <"<'^ ''" Cl "' l:lUI( T thi ,« frluht re- quarters, 1 -suggcsl you move. Ana .."vi.msly pursuant. No hii a f IJSht- Jricf next lime be less friendly to your "i, «. »"'» " ir .»* «» ^ ' ;> " « ' . i . , ... , , : whu is di'lermuiud to catcli turn. 3 »' 1L1 " OW U "' «"" lod « el& - 'just bi. Miblle. und cullivule plenty Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Collier of Hope, and Mr. and Mrs. Leon Collier and sons, of Carlsbad, New Mexico, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Huetl of Pasadena, Texas. They also visited in Houslon, and Galveslon. Mitchell said Weslbrook explain ed he hud opened negotiations be fore he wns employed by the- commitlec and thought terms of 53 per cent of tho vote hud the the election been held then, With. 41 per cent going to Democrat : Adlu S'.ovcnson. , Edilorlully, most newspapers In the state are pro-Elsenhower; Only Although North Carolina has a million acres of impioved pasture, she netds twice that much, farm Adlai Stevenson is the "best- equipped" man nominated for the! presidency by either party in 50 j years. The statement was carried in the opening paragraph ot an) Press story from Uvalde on il\3t date. Garncier'i endorsement ol Stev-j ci\.--oj> said he "is as well-equipped j qualified to become president George Peck will leave today via plane to spend Ihe weekend with his son, Cadet George Peck, Jr., who is attending Riverside MilJ- Uu-y Academy, Gainesville. Go. Mrs. Lloyd Kinard has relumed from a two weeks' visil in Kansas Cily. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Taylor have nl other boys, ileluaued by Bull Syudicule Latest Pine Bluff Plant Strike Ends Danger to Children Dear Miss Dix: Recently I sav.' a 0 year old holding a slick wh:cli her 9 year old brolhcr was pouiKl-, ng into Ihe eurlh. I drew Ihe in-• cident lo tlic attention of tbi- mu-- Ihcr who said Ihey were used U- PINE BI.,UFF OVi -- The latest playing with such tools. LaU-r, v.-alkf.ul al the hugi;' government! neighbors lold me Ihe childrm • ecinslrucllDti jiroject near Pine had a habil of chasing other youn«-. Uluff Arsunal t.nclrd yeslcfday slers wilh hammers, axes or whul when 17U AFL cleetriciiins rolurned ever implunienl is al hand. Hov. l'i their jobs. can one cope wilh such a siUuition ' Two liundrew and UO eleclricians MRS. M., Tm-sday joined a walkout against 1 a sub-ionlraclor on Ihe job, Ihe Answer: If the offending children ji- lr viH-l.'.vni Kloclric Co., of Lit- actually conslilule a rnenacu l''li,i- Ruck. A. W. Slarkty, super- .stilled before hu began his work. Bul Weslbrook was dismissed, M'ichcll said, because "1 do nol think uny exception can be made l', the policy thai an employe of ll.e commltlee must not engage In business wilh the government." ASPIR9N govurnmonl contract had boon (four dallies— Jn Lancaster, Scran ton. Erie and Waynesburg— hnv endorsed Slovonson. Fifty or more includinB major newspapers in Philaclolphia and PHtsburuh, uro supporting Elsenhower on their ed- nurial pugcu. There Is dome qvldonco, on-how party leaders appraise prospects for Pennsylvania's 32 electoral votes m the fact that both' presi dential nomint«.'J, and many other big name campaigners, chose to visit Ihc state in tho final week before election, Eisenhower formally opened hut sieps curi be lal:en to reslrai:i ; \-isoi- of Ihe project for the U. S. them. A neighborhood in one ol ^ said in Little Hock last our large cilys was recenlly plagu- |,i ; ,iil tout .20 of Ihe strikers re- eu wiin u young bully who look di.- , ; ;nvied. arid thai 04 slill had not as houscguests, Mrs. Taylor's nit-jng nt in physically mistreating oih-'rej.nrteti for work yesterday. How- ce. Mrs. Byron Everts and Mr. I er children. His inolhei. who ;»c- t . vcl -, he added, "Ihe strike, in ef' Everts. Mr. and Mrs. Everts were j cepte ci his misdeeds as childish r L , t . is over." married in Houslon on October 28. j pran ks, is now facing a possible oiarkey said tho men left their jail sentence. In her case, the ; jobs to protest u reduction in Sat- Mrs. J. C. Henry is in Dallas neighbors got together and brought urday work, all of which is on an visiting her father, W. E. Young- i blood, who is seriously ill. Hospital Notes Branch Adrnitled: Hope. Mrs. C. V. Flowers. charges which is Ihe only way lo overtime basis. Hi; said lhat the 2C handle such a parent after all else; intn who resigned did so because fails. ! tiiey lived out of the job area and j ;. l( uld not continue working without Dear Miss Dix: I have be.pn rnar-, the tiddition.il compensation afford- lied to a divorced man for three i ed by Saturday work. — both organized! lock men, W. R. who has be*n nooiinated by either " ' See the GAS RANGE •f tho DAY It's TAPPAN OR Display at Your Friendly Postively more HORRIFYING Than a Night in a Haunted House . . . more PETRIFYING Than Finding a SPOOK .in your bed!! " Top Radio Programs —Listening to-i I- NEW YOhiV, ! night: " Phantom Of The Opera In Gruesome Technicolor! AND ON OUR STAGE AN OLD -FASHIONED HALLOWEEN PARTY! is FBI: 8 Ozzie and Harriet. MBS— 7 Adventures of Maisie; i 7:30 G.-rcie Fields; 8:05 Great Day years. His wife divorced him afler i Starkf-y said the walkout was not twenty five- years and took his! uulhori/td by llw workers' AHi house and lite savings, lie was; union. The- dispute was one of a penniless and jobless when 1 mar-i so-ies that have hampered worK ried him. I am 62 and he expects; on tin- projc-rt since Its start, me to work and help pay the bills.' ~~~ "" ' drew all my money from tr< QItt Asks NlXOn Return Democratic Chairman .emanded ard make pu'oiic his income tax re Answer: If you like it, and you turnSi New Water Firms Incorporate LITTLE ROCK W) — Two new corporations were organized here yostordrjy lo buy the water com- 1 panics at McOehee and El Dorado, and one of them promptly filed for Public Service Commission approVj al of the Kl Dorado transaction'. The new firms by three Little Rock Stephens, Alton B. Raney nnd Vernon J. Glss — filed articles of incorporation hero yesterday. The PSC set a hearing on the El Dorado application for Wcdnofi- day morning, and Attorney Leffel Gentry, representins the new companies, said he intends to file an application for the McGehee concern so that both can be heard jointly by the PSC. The Ei Dorado company would be purchased for $1,904,950.91.- The company plans to obtain funds for the purchase by issuing ti,250,000 of four und a half per ctnt first mortgage bond.- Both of the water companies cur- campaign at a giant rally in Phtlu- ^ i^ s T!S HOPE vmm THIAtft $. Miiln " Double CROSS fplus, 'J "SORRY WRffl NUMfcE Double F«ot*ir« . >.*« (i^* 5 * WlStlUNi renliy operating at El Dorado and, McGehee are subsidiaries of the General Waterworks Corporation, which operates 10 similar panies throughout the state, t PIE EATING • PASS THi ** • APPLE DUNKING MONEY GRABBING I Saturday Schedulings: NBC— ;7:30 a.m. Howdy Doody. . .CBS— jlu:30 a.-n. Give and Take. . .ABC - 8 a.m. No School Today. . . MBS— 10 a.m. Coast Guard Cadets FOR ADLAI 1LANCASTEB P«-1*-75' apparentty do, it's fine! Surel> i jvijU'hfeil S ;,id it has been 3$ you didn't marry him wiihout real- ; ^ iiy ^ s j nt , c . Nixon, ihe Republican izing that your bank account and ; ^j,,^ jri a tf £»r vice president, job were the £hief attractions? No ; i t . nf , c .(i GOV. Adlai Stevenison and m j r ;, n Sparkman to divulge i status. Mitchell Fair Weather for Election love could be that blind? He secwtty as long as you live, and ; plan* tp make the most of it. Arss;i fte Democratic running mate*, as you going to be foolish enough U>- wc ii as GOP presidential let him get away with uv At least' r . e4 . rjvaftht Ewt-nhower, have 4on« Ws fir»t *U e b »d some senst. She u ., 3i adtUjjg: new to '_ x *-*» ae hard as v w Jk fyQIfyt* &ft^ 3 ^* ' >t,m. «*• «*^ "Why doesn't Sew- 1*1 — The Weather Bureau predicts fair and mild weather over roo«t of the nation n«xt Tuesday —election day, Exception*, a* oil now, are showery wesUwr w (tb seasonable <*mp«f9ture* over the Pacific Norttwe*t and in the Your local PhotQgrqphef Children of ages 6 montA Silvertone or 1 PORT 2

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