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HOM If At, HOM, ARKANSAS i *i ,< , he Work of Your Church istice day rch... ThlCKurcMnYou, £V£;W«y,tQ ploughshawis, qnd Spoara ftuist be refashioned into t must bo buried, $nd rifles converted into crosses. We must .,, .,„,,, ti the antagonisms thafcere growing between peoples of the P«^y|i|lSnfl/<^nttt*t 6e *o/ved; wor/tf peace must come, May wo have ^^iong.^MttotvMay We have Peace. X ' Vrtl „ This Page Is Made Possible Through The Generosity Of Firms Listed On This Page p'S- , iw Standard Auto Co. B«v«rly John*on eycida Tfuniit Co, W||W lly Co. S Riqlto Theatres ....'»! lank Hope Furniture Co. Since 1898 Young Chevrolet Co. Phone 7-2354 Bruner-lvory Handle Co. phone 7-2304 W, Shanhouse Sons, Inc. South H«tol Norman Moore QUt, CltlM Sorvlc* Product* Crescent Drug Store Phon* M*H Citixens National Bonk 74313 Rettig Nash Motors • Phon« Co* Inc. IN r -" * * ' \ **<t ' W * , ' t ber Co. The Snack Shop £Mt 3rd W. '-'';' Hope Sign 6V Neon Service * Phon« ?•*«!» Grigg Decorator* Supply ** Phon» ?•»*« Foster-Ellis Insurance Agency WMNVI William M. Duckett News of Hit CHURCHES CATHOLIC Third and Walker 8ti. Father A. Q, Dunleavy, Paitor Sunday 8 ii in. Holy Sacrifice of the Mais Conf' 1 *"ions heard before Mna» and - ui 7 p.m. Saturday. •1,15 a.in. CnU'chism Clauses for i!l uu' tfriinrnur grade and High ,c.hool K FIRST PENTECOSTAL CHURCH Fourth and Ferguson Street flev. H. C. Hud*peth Paitor 11,4;, S'.inOiiy School i.:. J. linwf, Su|)t. II MOMIIIIK Worship Si'iim/i- by Pastor ii:3d p.m. YmiiiK Peoples Church Mrs. Jnf Lively in charge. (i:;ii) Cliiidreris Church Mr.s. l.irA'ii'iice Key In Charge. i:.•)() KM.-inni; Worship Wednesday 7:,ID p.m. liiblo Study and prayer niH'tm,;. Thursday 2 p.m. l.iH-lios Friiyor Meeting Tlw public is invited to attend nil si'i'vioi'S at this church. Study. 7 p.m. Evening Worship Tuesday 9:30 a.m. Ladle* Bible Study. Wadnetday 7:30 Bible Study A welcome awaits you at all service*. Scouts Praised of Valley Forge VALLEY FORQE, Pa. (* — the j ftoy Scouts of America won praise j in-lay for aid that scouts extended i M cfcttinR out a record-breaking I vi.te in the nation on election day. Kenneth U. Wells, president of J-n-cdoms Foundation — a private organization dedicated to promot- inu better citizenship —stated in a telegram to Dr. Arthur A. Schuck, chiof executive of the BSA: "We of the Freedom Founda< lions, as co - partners with three million boy. and their leaders, b6w humbly to scouting in all 48 states, CHURCH OF CHRIST Fifth And Grady Robert C. Cook, Evangelist. Sunday <M.-> a.m. Bible Study 10:45 a.m. Sermon 11:40 11.in. Lord's Supper 0:30 p.m. Young peoples class. 7:30 Kvuning Worship Wedncnday 2:311 p.m. LiidlcH Bible Class 7:30 Midwcok Services. Conic study the Bible with us, You are always welcome here. FIRST PRE8BYTERJAN East Second Street Rev. L. T. Lawrence. Paator The Men's Bible Cluss will meet FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 3. A. Whitlow, Paolo' 9:30 Sunday School Perry Moses, Supt. : 10:50 a.m. Monvirw Worship j inessHfje by the Pustor : 0:30 Baptist Training Union j J. T. Bowdcn, Director. j 7:30 Evening Worship with rues- 1 sage by pastor. i W. A. Herring representative- from'. Baptist Bottoms Orph;ir.;iK<? of Mon-' ticello will present « film. Monday ' 4 p.m. Sunbeams 4 p.m. Intermediate CJA's will meet for n mission study on the jook "Class of Swords" tnught by Mrs. A. B. Tollctt. Both the Lucy Lin and I,aVora durfLn GA's will meet ut the church for the study. • j 4:13 pm. Junior GA's will muetj 'or a mission study on "The Birth-j doy Wish" to be tuu«lit by Mrs. ?erry Moses They' will also have a pot luck supper. Tuesday 4 p.m. The Intermediate CJA'.s will meet at the church to compleU: :he mission study which win be ,nunht by Mrs. S. A. Whitlow. 7:15 p.m. YWA Pot luck supper and Installation of officers to be led by Mrs. S. A. Whitlow. Wednesday 7 p.m. Sunday School Officers and Teachers Meeting 8 p.m. Fellowship Hour Mid-week worship for the whole family. (.:, uinkinK the practical idealism •.•i youth effective In the nation." 'I'lie Boy Scouts, in co-operation .v iUi Freedoms Foundation, placed liberty bel! doorknob hangers on Uie doors of 30,000,000 American liuices. and distributed more than i .i •nillir.n register-and-vote posters The Negro Community By Helen Turner Phone 7-4474 Or dring item* to Ml»« Turner at Hlcki Funeral Home CHURCH or aon IN CHRIST Eld. L. C. Washington, Mlnlitei l':4fl Sunday School 11: ir> Morning Worship b p.m. Y. P. W. VV. U p.m. Evening worship. CHURCH OF GOD Rev. L. C. Crossley, Pastor 9:43 a.m. Sunday School 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship (i.W, p.m. Y. P. W. W. 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship CHURCH OF GOD In CHRIST Eld. O. N. Dennis,. Patton. U:4:5 a.m. Sunday School il:15 a.m. Morning Worship u p.m. f. P. W. W. ii p.m. Evening Worship in the 1'arlsh House at 9:30 for coffee and doughnuts. Teacher ol lesson which will begin at 10 o'clock UiUKht by Jay Roberts. ID Sunday .School. J limes H. ML1 lor, Supl I0:r>f> Morning Worship, Sermon by Pastor. a p.m. Vesper Service. Youth. Sunday service in charge of the Yuiuii! People 8 p.m. PYF. Meet in Parish House. Supper will be served. Slicilu Foster will be in charge 0 tin- program. Monday: The circles of the Women of the Church will meet us follows: CU'cle 1, Mrs. B. H. McRue chair intm, at the homo of Mrs. Dorsoy Mi-Uiie. Si', at 10 a.m. Circle 2, Mrs. Vincent Foster, fhulrmnn, at tho home of Mrs. L. T. Lawrence, at 10 a.m.- Circle :i, Mrs. Fred Ellis, chairman, at the home of Mrs. Kendall Lemley at 10 a.m. Circle 4, Mrs. Win. Tolleson., chairman, at the home of Mrs. Paul Klipsch at 7:30 p.m. 7 p.m. Choir Practice. Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Mid week services. The women o( Ihe church will meet Thursday morning at the church for the special Bible study on "The Holy Spirit." UNITY BAPTI3T CHURCH South Elm Street Elder Howard White, Pastor Unity's Gospel Hour 8:25-8:55. over KXAR. 10 a.m. Junior Choir, Mrs. Howard White 10 a.m. Sunday School. A. Gilbert Supt. 11 Morning Worship tl:;iO p.m. 13. T. S. Jerry Kitkl. President 7:30 Kvfiiing Worship Monday ^ p.m. Regular Ladies Aux. Mrs. John H. Jordan, presiding 7 U illing Workers Auxiliary. Mrs. L, C. Kennedy Pros. Wednesday 7 p.m. Teachers and officers HOPE GOSPEL TABERNACLE ' North Main Street : O. M. Montgomery, Pastor 9:45 Sunday School Guy E. Basye, Supt. 10 Radio Bible Class. Broadcast over KXAK, O. M. Montgomery, teacher. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Sermon by Pastor 6:15 p.m. Junior and Senior Christ Ambassador Service, IMII Morton, President. 7;HO Evangelistic Service, Seimon by the Pastor Tuesday 7:15 p.m. Christian Service Brigade. S. Z. Burwick and UenUm Bush, leaders. Wednesday 7:30 Mid week Worship service Thursday 2 p.m. Ladies Prayer Service A welcome awaits you at all services. BEEBF.E MEMORIAL C. M. E. Rev. T. J. Rhone, Pastor !);-lr> a.m. Sunday scnool. 11 a.m. morning worship. (i:00 p. m Epworth League r i:'M p.m. Evening Worship MT. ZION CME CHURCH Rev. I. M. Manning, Pastor U:45 a.m. Sunday School 11 a.m. Morning Worship (i p.m. Epworth League. 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship frMiy, Hwttiitw*, W*_ State GOPs Make Plans for Inauguration .LITTLE ROCK (ft — ArknnsaP Republicans today began planning a rally to celebrate Gen. Elsen- hower's election jmd an entourage to Washington for his inauguration. Democrats, who held onto state offices and carried this state for Gov. Stevenson in the presidential race, wore disappointed over the 'outcome of the national election. 'But they promised to support the new administration. State GUH Chairman Osro Cobj said a victory dinner and ral' would be held in Little .Rock early next mVmth. At that time, he added, plans will be completed for a special train t« carry Arkansans to Washington for the Elsenhower inauguration. Cobb stated that Arkansas He- publicans would begin looking over the state political picture from a federal standpoint. He did not elaborate. . 1 Democratic Gov.- elect FranclsV Cherry said at his Jonesboro home that the election was "a great victory for Eisenhower" and"I pledge my support to him in any way I can." Cherry added: "Democrats of Arkansas, as well as all the citizens of the state, should unite to make his administration a great one for the nation as a whole." Another Democratic leader, ior U.S. Sen. John L. McClcllai blamed the Democrats' national defeat on President Truman. He said: "Stevenson Is a very able man but the people were simply tired, of this administration under the leadership of Truman and they were apprehensive if Stevenson was elected Truman still would wield a tremendous influence. "We must continue to be Americans first because our country still! is in danger. . ." Cobb said he felt the South, traditionally Democratic, had won a "great victory in the election of Gen. Eisenhower, a Southerner born in Texas," adding: "With his election the southern states have become for the first tiiT.c since the Civil War full fledged members o£ the Federal Union." RISING STAR BAPTIST Rev. W. M. Erby, Paitor 9:45 a.m. Sunday school. 11 a.m. morning worship. 0:00 p. m. B. T. U. 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship Corruption Cleanup Coming, Says Nixon CHICAGO Iff) — Vice President- elect Richard Nixon reiter.Ued t,,- day that "one of the major jobs of' the new administration will be to lean up corruption" in Washing- en. Accompanied by! his pretty wife. 'atricia, Nixo'n paused in Chicago riefly between planes on his way' >ack to Washington from his home state of California. Nixon said he plans to "clevm up" some unfinished business in lis Senate office and some loose ends ot the campaign, then take a l-doy vacation with Mrs. Nixon 'somewhere in the East." LONOKE BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. F. K. Powell, Paitor 9:45 a.m. Sunday School 11 a.m. Morning Worship. U p.m. BTU 7:31) p.m. Evening Worship ing a formal opening of the new Hut with a dance Tuesday night, Nov. 11. The music will be furnished by Jay Franks Band of Texarkana. Advance tickets 75 cents, but will cost one dollar at the door. Tickets are on sale at Lewis and Wilson Grocery, Chiney Berry Grove, Colcman's Gro., Grccnleal Cafe and Hicks Funeral Home. Bus transportation from Chiney«j Berry Grove, Bee Bop and Calvin Douglas place. S p.m. Prayer Service led by bonny Musscy. Thursday 0:30 Girls Missionary Auxiliary Mrs. Sum Williams in Charge. ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL The Rev. Charle* Chamber! Jr. Priest -In -Charge !):4o a.m. Sunday School 7:30 Kveiling prayer, Conflrmu lion, and sermon. Rt. Rev, R liliind Miu-lu'll, Bishop of Arkansa will be the -preacher. 0:30 p.m. Meeting ot Exccutiv tornmiUee, Monday 7:30 a.m. Holy Communion liARRETT CHAPEL BAPTIS1 Rev. F. R. Willlami, Paitor 9:45 a. m. Sunday school 11 a. m. Morning worship Ii p.m. BTU 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship Mrs. Ironia Ollison of Portland, Ore., has been called to the bed side of her mother, Mrs. Estella Martin who is ill at her home. BETHEL A. M. t. CHURCH Rev. G. Paschal, Pastor 9:45 a. m. Sunday school. 11 a.m. Morning Worship (i p.m. A. C. E. L. 7:30 p.m. Evening.Worship The singing at BeeBec Memorial CME church has been postponed until u later date. Nelson Hill Post No. 427 is hold- New Hope The New Hope Home Demonstration Club held its regular monthly meeting on Tuesday, November 4, at 2 o'clock in the home of Mrs. Dave Evans, i The devotion was conducted by the president, Mrs. Gladys Wcston and Mrs. Leatha Lawson. A demonstration on "Making Christmas Gifts" was given by the Home Demonstration Agent, Mrs. Farilla S. Smith. Refreshments wore served by the hostess to the members and three visitors present. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH West 2nd at Pin« V. O. Keelev. Patter 9:45 H.IU Church School John L. Wilson will teach the Cen tury Bible Class ID: 55 a.m. Morning Worship. Sermon by Pastor, 3:30 p.m. Intermediate MVF 5:SO p.m. Senior MYF 7 p.m. Evening Worship Sermon by Pastor Monday 3 p.m. All Circles of the WSCS wit have u Union Service at the church. 7:SO p.m. Wesleyan Service Guild metis in the home of Miss Clarice Cannon. Co-hostess will b« Hies. Charles 'IMyUw. Mrs, I*. B. TooUjf; i*kJv_ W_i^£3LJ_ Wedne*d«y 7:30 p.m. Regular weekly choir practice at the church, CHURCH QF CHRlfT W»lnyt Str«*t 4. T. QUy*r, Study It's the biggest automotive news In yturfl The 1953 PLYMOUTH car wiM arrive at your Plymouth dealer's Thursday, Ngvtmber 20th « Our Daily Bread Sliced f Mil by The Editor u Altx. H. W*ihburn__— liicnhewer Vote • Chditiiement — Not a Mandate Your editor agrees with Senator Robert A. Tatt's statement that l« South's bolt to Dwight Eisen- >wcr doesn't mean it is turning the Republican party as such "Mr. Republican's" analysis, as quoted by the Associated IPrcss under a Cincinnati dateline Thursday: "I believe that this break In the ranks in the South is a real one. It is my opinion that they supported Eisenhower because he is a •conservative — doesn't want to take over their *. schools, tldelands, and that sort of thing — but I do not expect any immediate move into our party by Southern leaders." Last Tuesday the Republicans carried Virginia, Florida, and Texas, and very nearly carried Louisiana, in tho South. They won Oklahoma and Tennessee, and pushed the Democrats to the last precinct in Kentucky, among the Border States. ^| The influence of 'courageous Senator Harry F. Bytd was apparent in the Virginia returns, which went for Ike 347,247 to 270,158. In neighboring Texas Governor Shivers and Senator-Designate Daniel risked their Democratic careers to help carry the state against Stevenson by an astounding margin, 955,962 to 827,696. And in Florida, with official Democrats grimly silent, Hope •t Star ARKANSAS: Fair, dry this __._ «rroon, tonight «md 8atunl«*{i; W«rmet northwcit, Saturday, • - Temp«r»tur«« 04 Low 44 54TH YEAR: VOL. 54 — NO. 23 Star «f MOM lit*, Pr«u 1*17 ContoNdaUd Jan. II. 1*1* HOPE, ARKANSAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1952 Member: The AtioclaUd Pro.! A Audit «urt«H «f Av. Net Pnld ClMl. A Moi. tndlnq Sept. 30, 1*11 — PRICE Sc ,594 to 415,538. Why? Well, it's a certain frame of mind federal politicians have gotten into the last 20 years that the people find objectionable — it's not a matter of one party or the other, for the truth is that the disease affects the minds of some in both parties. Down in our section of the country we like to hang the blame on Hirry Truman, a politician perfectly willing to take a slice out {pi your state or mine, your house or mine, in order to bolster his political fortunes -with some group of voters a thousand miles away. But Truman never failed to find a few Republicans willing to serve in his administration and willing to subscribe to his search-and-seizure policies. Once thje country has made up its mind that Truman did .really handrpick Adlai Stevenson as his successor it resolved ito ^?ut the linc'-of succession ajjd l^ry S« • new shufffcv • •'••••' •'•••••> -- : • ' "•" -' • '• '*' *' : ''' The one issue which above all others typified what we were voting against last Tuesday was the Tldelands. I am aware this particular issue was little understood here in Arkansas. But at least we were impressed by the constant screams from Texas,- Louisiana, and Florida, "We wuz robbed!" You may not understand exactly what was taken, but when more (flthan one of your neighbors runs ovjt of his house shouting "Thief!" it puts a chill up the backbone of •very householder in the block. The fraud in the Tidelands case w»s simply this: Instead of attempting to take the v a&shore lands which the coasta states had held unchallenged foi 100 years, by congressional action constitutional amendment, and pay mcnt of damages, Harry' Truman's j— junior lawyers drummed up ar ^imaginary writ of seizure, and go thic Rooscvelt-Truman-packed Uni ted States Supreme Court to say that a politician's document weigh pd more than the historic rights o the party in possession. Then, when the hue and cry wa raised in congress, the fraudulen federalists tried to condone thievery with a bribe. They had said originally they wanted the Tidelands because some of them had and oil was needed for National Defense — but when the news of the robbery got out they changed their story: They said then they wanted the Tidelands for federal school revenue. This was supposed to line up enough votes to make the Steal-out stick — but it didn't. Congress twice passed a bill returning the stolen lands to the 11 Mates — and twice Harry Truman ^-—-i it. Americans have been reared believe that congress makes the and the supreme court judges |t. But Roosevelt and Truman Changed all that. In the Tidelands case it was the court that made the law and it was the congress that sat in judgment on it—a judgment which congress couldn't make Stick because it had against it the yery office to whom the legislating supreme court justices owed their $423,000 Is Released for 'Phone Co-op The first money actually advanced in Arkansas for a co-operative rural telephone system has come to the southwestern counties. The Rural Electrification Administration has released $423,000 to the Southwestern Telephone Cooperative, Inc., which plans to serve the counties of Miller, Hempstead, Nevada, Little River, Columbia, Clark, and Pike, it was announced today by Ned Purtle of Hope, co-op president. First purpose of the funds will be to purchase the Garland-Fouke Telephone company in Miller county, he said, rehabilitating that system and providing its present subscribers with an automatic dial system. The 'co-op will then add 625 new subscribers. Mr. Purtle said the co-op wil expand service as soon as possible to the other counties of its area beginning with Hempstead, Nevad; and Little River. Although temporary' hcadquart crs arc maintained at Arkadelphia the telephone co-op will establish j its permanent office somewhere near the center of its district, he said. Officers besides Mr. Purtle are: vice- Food Store Group Called to Meet By Hope Mayor At the request of Mayor John Wilson, the food store operators will meet in the Chamber of Com mcrce office Monday evening, November 10, at 7:30. Syvclle Burke, chairman of the 1 Retail Merchants Division of the Chamber of Commerce, urges a large attendance for this meeting because the mayor will discuss with the milk dealers the milk ordinances of the City Health Department and the action taken by ,hc City Council in the case of thr. Ouachita Valley Milk Company. In addition to the discussion of the milk situation, Mr. Burke iwll discuss with the grocerymcn, some of the details of the employer-employee parly scheduled for Tuesday evening, Noyember 18. Henry Whitten of Prescott, president; Louis Wilson of Magnolia, .director; Carroll Bell of Arkadelphia, director; and Buck Burrus of Tcxarkana, director. The co-op's attorney is William McMillan of Arkadelphia. Wreck Blocks Harbor at Rotterdam Deer Season Cancelled by Forest Fires LITTLE JIOCK (K\ — The first section of Arkansas' split season doer hunting yesterday victim tr the outburst of forest fires that have plagued the state in disastei for more than Officers Probe Two Wrecks, Two Arrests Result A halt ton truck driven by VTcllon Sellers of Little Rock wont out ot control and overturned In tho 1500 block on South Mnln oarly today but tho driver escaped serious Injury, Investigating City Officers report ed. Officers snid tho truck overturned, cnre.uncd otf a light polo and hit u tree. The truck was practical* ly demolished, While Investigating tho accident fleers Burke and Pcdron nrrosk I Luther HlMhtowor, negro, on charge of hazardous driving, Later In the morning automobiles •Ivon by Mrs. Jewell M, PotraU ul Bobble Palmer collided In tho 00 block on South Walnut strool, osuUIng In considerable damage o the Pnlmor auto, officers said. A chnrgu of driving while intox- ciited was placed against Mrs. Ponitz, Oftlcurs Burko and Pcdron aid. UaDIG UrUSlI C1IIU LIIMUCf Ml fc"« —---...------.-- — - m p- A T^l.nUntlt drought, have done damage running Into the millions. — NEA Telephoto LONDON, (UP) Western Europe's — Rotterdam, largest harbor. was paralyed today by the wreck of a Panamanian freighter sunk in the mouth of the harbor by gales v»iiieb2, have buffeted Europe for two days. The 6,379-ton Faustus sank last night in the Rhine river approach from the North Sea to the Nether- ands' harbor. Yesterday the vessel was stranded outside the harbor approach and a gale last night blew the ship over a breakwater where it went down. Scores of ocean liners, tankers and freighters will be unable to nove into or out of the Rivermouth until the exact position of the sunken wreck is determined. Meanwhile the 20,000 ton Cunarc Liner Franconia moved into the Mersey River and docked at Liverpool, England after having been heid offshore for two days. The Franconia had 225 passengers from Canada aboard. The British Meteorological Bureau issued new gale warnings today holding about 60 ships in the shelter of the English Channel. Some o£ the ships have been gale- bound off Dover and Folkestone, England for 36 hours. The French Trawler Kerne and its six-man crew, which left Port proportions month. The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission, which last week banned all hunting in the state until the danger of forest fires has waned, yesterday set Nov. 17 as a tentative date to relax the ban. But tho first section of the deer hunting season was to have started Nov. 10, and end five days later ilowcvcr, T. A. MiAmis, execu live secretary of the Commission said previously that if the season was lost because of the fores fires, the Commission would try ,.0 work out a substitute deer lunting period Inter in the year Tne second regular period for hunt ing deer is scheduled for Dec. 8-13 McAmis' said the Commission' decision to re-open hunting Nov 17 is dependent "on general wea apparently some rai Trinite Sur Mer Thursday just before the storm broke were feared lost. The body of a man wearing lifebelts was island off the ther conditions." This meant the arrival o£ to wet down the forest, scorchec tinder-dry by a months-long drouth The U. S. Weather Bureau sai yesterday that some shower might fall on the state late Sunda or early Monday. "No hunting" bans were postec in a dozen states today as the re si'lt of widespread forest fires ant the unusually dry fall weather i some eastern, midwestern, anc southern sections of the U. S. Mississippi and Virginia joinec the list of no hunting states yeste day, and the number may be i creased. Several states now op to hunting are thinking of impo ing bans, and other have postponec tho opening of gunning seasons. Other states in which hunti presently is banned are Alabama, Arkansas, Kansas, Kentucky, Missouri, Rhode Island, Tennessee, West Virginia, Georgia and Oklahoma. In addition, hunting is forbidden in some sections of Massachusetts, New Jersey and Colorado. Louisiana Gov. Robert Kennon has put Policeman Louis Swee, who lost his job as . We got no bullets, no knives and no tomatoes." - NEA Telephoto. In Various Places Its an Unwritten Law That Visitors Must Do Certain Things By HAU BOYUE VENICE Iff) — In some world fa- r.ious places it is almost unwritten law that the visitor do certain things — or be regarded as a hopeless hillbilly. At Coney Island you simply have to eat a hot dog. In some you the omans don't — view the Colosseum one of the ship's washed up on*-an French Coast. Among the ships held up by the blockage of the river approach to Rotterdam were the Holland-American Luxury Liner Nieuw Amsterdam, from New York, the Maasdam, another Holland-American liner, and the American Troop Ship General S.D. Strugis, carrying a detachment of Dutch troops he me from Korea. Many fhips bound for Rotterdam were rerouted to Hamburg, Germany, Amsterdam. The Netherlands and Antwerp, Belgium. Cross-channel was disrupted. all hunters in the Bayou state their honor" to stay out of "on the lasting three days and three ni^ht tit which thoy served 500 courses. "I don't suppose," said Frances 'you could write me down a fev Hope Officer Awarded the Silver Star The Silver Star hns been aware ed 1st LI. Homer H, Cobb, Info try, a patient ul Uvo Army at Navy Hospital, formerly' n men ber of Company 1, 170th Infmili Regiment, 4fHh Infantry Dlvisk for gallantry hi action against armed enemy nunr Tumyont!-don«, Korea. On 15lh of June 195'J!, Coin- puny 1 had set up u perimeter defense in u communications trench running completely around Hill 191, in preparation for uti enemy counter-attack. Shortly before midnight, tho Chinese uulensod an intense mortar burrago on thu friend ly forces. After the mortar fire bud fled, a horde of enemy troops, est nuted at battalion size, came barging toward three sldus ot B hill. Lf. •Cobb's'iJlatoortV defend g the western sector ot thu hill, us hit by a compuny-sizud attack tie Communists swarmed over tho illsldc und some gained entrance o the trench despite the utmost fforts of the defenders. Lt. Cobb, ensing the enormous .slronglh of he enemy, run from mun to man nspirlng therri with his Icndershli nd courage. He exposed hlmsol o tho withering fire, picking up veupons and ammunition from lh< wounded, imd glvinu them to th -nen still fighting'. As ho moved ram position to position, Lt. Cob Discovery of Oil May Close CampCooke Central Front By ROBERT GIBSON ' SEOUL, Korea,, {UP) —;'' tho heaviest United Nation a! , bombardments ot tlttt KftreihU knocked most of tho fight ot&oj Chinese tlods on tho today, ,-jj Jarred by moro than 20,000 wj| In loss than 13 hours, tUtf munlsta called otf tholr tajl attacks against Sniper Bid soul only two small raiding „.,, . jabbing at South Korean troops,^ ot the rldgo, Both.wore,: *• ouslly. Allied guns, using cntora", hurled nearly 10 every one fllfpd by the, tho onrth-shaltlntt duol.^ tlllcry officers estimated 'ttod^ guns hod dohtroyod or »' commlaslon temporarily artillery plaqes Borneo Elsowhora along tho tlofront, tho .Reels mMtoJ» probes nt U. N. positions. 1 A boiitim off. • In thu ulAwnr, A,B«3& fortress reoor\ccl shooting • CAMP COOK1S, discovery ot oil on this Army camp has caused 11 to bo on an Inactive status for use. The cnmp, one of the largest In tho nation, IH owned almost entirely liy the fedcrnl government, Sub« surface mineral rights were retained by tho owners when the properly was acquired during the national emergency before tho start of World War II. Exploration and exploitation of tins mineral rights were Suspended during Ufa war and until it was OL woods. He bays he has no legal authority to close the season, there. In some states where hunting still is allowed, hunters have been warned to be extra careful of starl- ii:C fires in the tinder-dry woodlands. Hunting season have been postponed in Iowa, North. Dakota and South Dakota, Illinois will suspend hunting Nov. 10 unless rains relieve the fire hazard. must do as a;:c! go and by moonlight, then ask your guide: "'•Well, they got off to a good start, but when are they going to finish the building?" And here in Venice a keep his amateur standing, must take a ride in a gondola and sit al an outdoor cafe and feed the in the Piao Sane Marco. me in an embarras- don't want UT> be regarded as a cultural savage. And ' can see right now what will hap- icn when Frances and I get back rto.ne. Sooner or later at a party the question of our trip will conic; un. Arid some veteran traveler will say: the recipes There's only one thing to do, said Frances, who would rather g v.-ading than eat caviar. So — i the natives stared — we took o our shoes and stockings and wade thiough the flood back to the h There was no time for clula. BO I had to hire u motor boa 1 don't mind loo much abo tourist, to 10 gondola or the pigeons ranees. ircd ut the enemy with any o.vul able weapon und repeatedly jum pigeons That puts sing spot. I ferry traffic also , pppointments i»ts of people the don't President, know the Local Board to Close Tuesday The Hempstcad County Locai Board office will be closed all day Tuesday. Armistice Day, it was announced by L. E. Aslin, chair- Search Starts for Plane With 19 Aboard FAIRBANKS, Alaska Wl — A Air Force plane which disappeared you . . And in Venice, of course- rode a gondola and fed thu pigeons in St. Mark's Square?" "No," I will have to confess to tell you the truth we went wad man. Tidelands story, but these same people nevertheless recognized the thing that was happening In Wash-] Ington which the Tidelands case typified. They recognized it when the President seized the nation's steel mills, absolutely without authority U congress — claiming "inherent Sjwers" ... the fatal phrase of ' ... no statutory law just say you need it. credit for discovering their danger and doing something about it last Tuesday. Eisenhower's victory ' will be re- which own .hem. But no American can rest wholly easy while the present court means the Tidelands urned to the states remains There all tafce it. 1| was the steel case that awoke the people to their danger. The they turned on the supreme were full of suspicion. the court welched on its record when it came to the jteel case. U had stolen the " ' ** & spprwfc* JMg Ifelft intact, are some gentlemen on the United States Supreme Court who have no business being there. I know they are appointed for life, and I know that F. D. Roosevelt in bis time personally threatened and bluffed some of the justices he didn't like into resigning — but that hoodlum stud isn't for Ike. Two wrongs don't make a right. The fact is, we've simply got U be extra careful about what kind ol legislation we pass in the congress the next few yff** And I can see right now th< look of incredlous disdain as hi answers, "Really, old boy, y" 1 must be pulling my leg. You don' go wading in Venice. You ride ir a gondola, and feed the pigeons Everyone knows that!" Well, we didn't. We rode in motor boat — and we went wad 1 " ^ I S Hto u. nuirbto tow with 19 men aboard while flying I OH stilts and 98 islands slowl in interior Alaska yesterday was slowly crumbling into Us 1950 c the object of an intensive search today by 26 planes flying under adverse weather conditions. The big flying packet, a C119 from the 435th Troop Carrier Group of Miami, Fla., came to Alaska last week to participate in joint Ait Force-Army maneuvers. It last was heard from over Summit, Alaska, approximately midway between Fairbanks and Anchorage, at 2:38 a. m. The pilot reported he was flying at 10,0« feet on top of sn undercast and esiimated-he would reach Nenana about 60 miles north, to 20 minutes. nals in a lagoon off the Adriati< They say if you see it for the fir ;i. ie by day you will ever aftt- ward think of it as drab and woi said I think it was mon; ro- lantic ihu way it worked out. Who 1st- ever traveled 4,000 miles to ado in Venice" A fellow could fall in love with girl like that. Police Jail Self Styled Ozark Hermit OZAEK Iff) — Sheriff Bob Pritch artl said a 24-year-old sell-styled :iermit was arrested near here yes- teiday after exchanging shots with officers on a high bluff overlooking ed from tho shelter of tho Irene so that he could more effective! direct the actions of hia men. I* rially, after a heroic und desperat struggle to re-pulse the invader Lt. Cobb gavo the order to will draw to u final perimeter fro which the remnants of tho company defended tbe hill until relief came thu following day. '£ho stand made by this company, inspired by Lt. Cobb, accounted for over 125 Chinese dead and almost 151) wound ed. Thu courageous action und he roic leadership displayed by Lt. Cobb reflect the highest credit on himself and the military service. Lt. Cobb enlisted in the Army In 104B and received his basic training at Ft. Bragg, N, C. i'rom thcro he was sent to Ft. Bcnnlng, Gu,, where he attended the Airborne School and was transferred to the llth Airborne Division in Japan* Upon his return to the U. S. ho reverted to inactive status, Hu acquired his commission through HO TC at the University of Arkansas in January, 1050. He was recalled legally ended early this yenr, Tho iiion Oil Company then moved in id has conducted successful drill- K operations, Tho 44lh Infantry, Illinois Na- oral Guard division, which i's now •nlnlng recruits hero, will move] oxL iiiontll to/, FtKCiwilli- W( <!Br''Tucoma.' Tho disciplinary barracks wilt bo clalncd, and patients and staff .of !u; hospital will bo transferred to .cUerroun General Hospital in San Francisco and . F i tBlrrrmona \rrny Hospital in Denver, Colo; In addition to tho economy involved from consolidation of activities, thu government will bo spared .ho prohloltlvc coats of extinguish- the existing sub-surface rights, which arc estimated at consider- noly more than tho government's present investment in tho comp. Tho camp was named altar Gen. Phillip St. George Cooke, who lad a battalion of Mormon volunteers North Korea'a'wcitf cooat. f Airmnn 2-C >£>on W. on, 111., loft »gunnot on portort, got credit for c tho jot 'In one of tho raro « . tlos ot tho war, bctwoeiv H bonl and ii night tighter. ,'''^ "I saw tho flghler comlnfc' 1 about (100 yurdH «way and 300 , low," Murray wald. "I gava«' two bursts, spotted throe 8{Jur flamo and then fired throo times. T ft "Ho broke to thrf right plodcd off our toll.," - -'. Tho Ale IToi'co Announced' four Allied pttnos iwore loiit tho wvun.iv none ot them in. -,„ -..-T-^ twp IMS! Mu^lonfiB J»h4 0rt«H Thunder Jot were; dow^d, " h bombing 1 1 Tho 8th At Communist ,, Force »hpl'do ' during two /more nnd toll of Hod wookv W during 4K3 destroyed, 8*7 stroyed «nd 871 un n 2, 000-mile: march to San Diego during the Mexican War, Thousands ot troops wore trained hero In World War II. The first unit to bo' trained 'WUB the Fifth Armored Division in 1041. Others included the Sixth, 13th and Russians Observe 19J Revpfen the Arkansas River. Sheriff Pritchard identified At morud Divisions and tho 86th and %mh Infantry Divisions. Italian and Gorman prisoner of war camps wuro ontubllshod hero during war. the GOP Control Unhampered by Democrats By JOHN CHADWICK WASHINGTON m —• Democratic senators showed no slgfts today of trying to block the Republicans score Americans and,man, diplomats help.od the SPV pansy last-night celobjatd s ,. anniversary ot tho 1017'rpijf which tfavo tho Cor trol of Russia. / ' Paul ROROSOO, Ncgri and a handful pt seep Department officials w in tho throng which. Gcprgl N Zarubln'ji sundr Slav, """ tnohe." ,//, , Secretary, of ! his p ••-""•" oualy tho man as James Thurman Powers of Chandler, Okla. Powers was charged with assault with intent to kill and four counts gf burglary and grand larceny. The Camp Chaffee Public Information Office said a soldier with vhe same name has been absent v/ilhout leave from the camp for bevcn weeks. Pritchard said a posse scaled a to active duty in November, 1050 at Camp' Chaffee, Arkansas. He was transferred to the 45th Infantry Division arid went to Hokkaido, Japan. Later he was sent to Korea. Lt. Cobb is tho son of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Cobb. At the present time Mr, Cobb is with a Naval Construction Company at Agana, Guam. His home is at Hope, Ark. control of now Congress Eleep path to River Bluff before sad ugly, but that if on that first! Powers' shelter was sighed, visit to Venice you come at night" said the man was sitting at you still remember it always as a city of magic- We were lucky. We arrived just at dusk, and the lights winking on seemed like fireflies in an old world fairyland. The next day was raw, and intermittently rainy. I along a breakfast roll so I feed the pigeons, but when we reached the Piao Sane Marco gusty took could He the It was never heard from again It disappeared in a mountainous I square and turbulent area which has 1 sight. water was creeping over and no pigeon was the in entrance with a gun across his knees. The officer said one of the men shouted to Powers to raise his hands and the gunman answered with a shot. Pritchard sajc he fired one shot back and Powers sin rendc-rtd immediately. The rosse was formed when residents in the area complained th»t food, a shotgun, two boxes of shells and clothing had been stolen. The Sheriff said Powers wag tracked to claimed two ptber large 'nailttary planes in the past two year*. flf toe men aboar4 were We entered the tremendous Pal- ances of tfce ftodge*. Venice's an- cjyeot rglers. and worth traveling half a world to • l 'l» the fi' said Powers was tracted to his hideout Wednesday. Officer* quoted the man as saying "»inpp.ly don't like people and when, cas« i» settled, I hops to back and buy the land wfewr* i livfog btt-Buso ttere ajp't M? m *rf -'•'* Local Soldier If Engineer Specialist FORT LEONARD WOOD, Mo, — Pvt. Herbert Ji, Hwkett. whose wife, Joyce, lives at 922 E. Piv,, Hope, Ark., is o recent graduate of the Army's Engineer Specialist School at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. He completed the structural stee: worker course, which included clu» ses and practical work in welding riveting, rigging and scaffolding Private Hoclsftt wa* employed by the Sheffield Steel Corp, ' Houston, Texas, before et' the Army last May. His parents. If r, and Mr«. Bocljett, live **,,»? 8aP» from taking over •Senate when the convenes Jan- 8. From their coram»ntB it appeared that, despite the <Umo»t even dlvl- sion between the two parties, 9 fight over Senate organizotion is unlikely to materialle, Sen. lloey (D-NC) told 9 reporter he did not think there wpuM 09 any disposition among th« ctqts to toy to prevent the, UIWM from sraaping ship reins, barring spjnit change' 1 in the present Other Democrat? who a similar view Included, Hunt of WywniMt «tf .Jft Arkansaf, the ftittM? OOP/ Adiai •eBl4entiaj campaign,, .•' j, =y,*21»« ! MI,' 1 Barring any more WijfalfW&^ffi ka» nouiKxc tho PAnnKllna^B 'u/illt' v,.*>.'-;i' I.HMI other cau»e«, the BspufeU(jajjs have 48 seat* In tfoft " SfiftMt fit density,

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