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r$w»r MOM »TA«, HOM, *iKAM»*»» I Names .bJftrJ' roll of 9 " Mtfinc Nov. 7, ai «*-- ilf|ii>)« tiff UiU roll, * nil"fit jmW» "A',' I" **Wi »• wt rod i-eUIn «'mto> honor i»otnt», those Bread Winners M<»i»»JVJf«mit Mo ;$»*t'Mot$Hi, Cifwifh uw Oawn Jrmnfci, Wnyno H»e>» <md Mary H<rtUi, fiH, JSro OWmrt, PaW Ca PolK, »»«]« -at- BUJye -WJWiims, 8yW4 wor- OATMEAL MUFFINS Maktt « f« l Kfl«l Van Fleet and Clark Plan for Ike's Visit By L6ROY HAN8EN 8EOUL, Korcn, (UP) - U. N. <irim«nrter don. Mnrk Clark met O'-n. James A. V«n Fleet today to thttat of Communist Air infiltrating suicide asm- »jn« or the acoro* of Red »pi«ss a»um*d to u* in Seoul. fftere wcr« report the r'flln conference *ite Itself-whk-h South Ko- rear, sources say will b« Seoul— ill hm not been decided. Scon 1 present* a well-mapped j and wnwllng target, whose every, is known to the Commu- , .. >lr Force cannot exclude O'-n. James A. V«n Fleet today to r( ,, f , o tc possibility that tho plan policy'recommendations and: .. WOU | { j unleash their first A- «;e-.trlty plan* for President-elect '•' S| . oul „ Elsenhower. - forthcoming 1^,^.., top gcncrnls and Do- vtoll to Korea, i f(..isf-s(crctnry designate Charles nark flew hern loday from, ^ )t( n (it . ( , aMcm blod there, h's htMdqunrtera In Tokyo. He •-^ ^ jf s; e( , r ,,i ai -y Thomas Kin- plorined to romcln In Korcn "A ' si|j(J , n \vasl:ln«ton today that rounle of dny*" lo make nrranKfi-1 ^ (|( j lu! , S |,, n .biiiH twin-jot bnmb- a threat to the nlUos Battered Seoul Gets Ready to Greet Ike SEOUL, Battered Seou the Communists Hell. Ike." Mayor Kim ordered. U'replaced because •It is impolite 'to call such a big man by his nickname." Its replace •Strengthen Tuesday, nM Boss Hudolf Slansky andi sup- powers who now are alleged to Save planned an anti-Moscowtot j JSmllo Eldfif, Curolyn Brown. Jo Anno Km- on 1 folt Voflal/on» Nirti A«M Vi cup t«Wn«, «'»«>l»P«l . wim wit* (or the vhlt. . Authoritative sources In Tokyo) ,nl<i Clark would not be on hnnd'' 1 t,, sreet EUenhiiwrr when he arrive* In Korcn. C'Inrk snld he last snw Kmonhowcr "JuKt bcfor« hr wi-nt lo Europe to take over tho NATO lommand." Clark n«ld he »ml Vnn Fleet, nth A.-my commander, "will be looklnR forward to xoolnR Elsenhower," i,nd"t whom they once served. ndded, however, that ! fii;hl<-rs could moot the dan bid lho threal K-Miain. , domed her fairest raiment and covered her war wounds with bunt-! ing today. Ncrvc-tanglinK excitement swept this South Korean cap- Hal as it prepared n giant wel- for U.S. Prsedient-elect I). Eisenhower. Hobocy seemed to know when he would nrrive, but everybody was getting ready. Gen. Mark Clark, accompanied by the British and French nmbas- stu'.ors to Japan, flew in from Tokyo. C'li.rk said he would eotifet m«-nt wa* a formal JROK. Forces." Kirn said he did not know the cial<- o' Eisenhower's arrival but Ihe entire week has been set aside an Welcome Week. Gen. Clark, said Ihere was nothing special about his trip but "nat- lur-'ily I will discuss arrangements with Gen. Van Feet for the Presi- dant-eltcfs visit. We are looking for.vard to seeing him." Pan- „,„ appeared before five-mar, court In Prague s krac pricon this morning and ad- mit'ed charges of conspiracy to ovcrth-ow the government ot f resident Klement Gotlwald, espno-i nage for the Wesl, and economic' sabotage. Another Ex-Czech Red Confesses VIENNA art— Radio Prague to dny broadcast the confession of a lOthc inrnier Czech communist Personal To Women Nagging Backache Anntl.'T diinKcr Is the bands ol believed to be hldlni! w.nr Gen. James A.Van Fleet.! lcnder 1hat nc ,, W "J'!" d "i.,, na . nevertheless U. S. l^hlh Arrmy commander, j f »« n ,^^1 £*£*££* on arrangements for Eisenhower'- 1 ' lmn h "<-" UIU1 -"-" . . . *. Violt. .„,.,,. A.-ound the cily, workmen hur- i\it in II"' hills near Seoul, nnd thejried to complete 20 huge iircho/. t,f pro-Communist sympa-l £ t mil's Mayor Kim Tai Sun 01- which might include fana-l dored the work finished today. !lu Alien, Jacquo m, Ann* U Jan Polly Campion, r *wd«nt» ' e«rn«d li Merit Boll, Kligtbll- its roll commit of a mini- p of "B" «nfl n mini' loner polntii;They are: ibibt Ketio Ellen \Valor»on 'Subrtliuw I powder to 2 le«»j«K»n*i »«W MiRttf, I t«M«Mxxm flmir, 4 il Imiii.T. Sprlnkla over mulniw tvieel mllV, H4«'l YVMUIII **'»./ '-••-• The Korean Dully News nald "ne-rhiipn" EUcnhower will arrive ..... O ffi c | a | (Hix'TS. w . __ _ tic 'assassins und saboteurs living I h.r. scheduled two monstrous dcm- •••• ' ' " ..... " ..... ' "" The latest set of admissions is frcm Rudolph Margolius. 39-year- old Jew and former deputy minister of foreign trade until he was .rrcsted in the purge of Commu- it( -'"' 111 hit;"* 1 ' • ••- •• • Armed Koldters stood at 25-yrird (ntcrvnl;. along main streets and sirat.ons— tomorrow and Thur^ y-whtthcr Eisenhower is here * - . t rtflrtlti\ ini(T V H l." 1 iii-"'^i i • «*i .1 . .*>••--..».• -.^^i Ut I'Ul. hero tcir.orrow, nut no oniciaiji ( hw;iy , | c . a dlng Into Seoul from! Rickety streetcars clattered word wn« given out. nirb.«sr south of the city. Son-el ihrough tho streets draped with On Clark's plane were Sir fclser n , ( , im ted. They watched pas- hii^c banners proclaiming a wrl- Brltlnh ambassador to;*-- 1 . 1 ...,., _,_, _„„„ Shui, Wfil " ' Thornton, 0»« Worn- orf*Folt(, WillUm Nhibou! Marlon jv Jimmy lf«t»» Dowey tinda Halbort, Burbura IT Ricky Fttrwter, Marlhtt Vlrgio PRESCOTT NEWS uenmR, urumn i,u../.. it) suspi Jnpnn s.nd French Ambawiidnrl a ^ ' a Maurlco Do Jean. Clark said , tholi «• * „ Un athori it) suspicious e y e a. 8uspt . ct cd Mr». P- W, Durham Present* H«lnb6W Qurdtin Club Progrem 41 ml HH-mU»r» Mrn, O«o, Mr». t Mr», Claud Cox with MrN. AlUvr; Alice Antho- Undtt Hetlit, .Buddy Jnoknon, ^dy HBmmoris, ,„„,„„„„., Burnw,- J«nl«n ^n, 1 Mary Aa«m», Sylvln Ar fwil« Kailh, John Na«h, Ju Jolly MeQay,., Dorothy .Wi'^ylWi Jo Atme Run 1 , f ,'ii»8yc Ward, , Mary WWtu, BnUolo Tul t^VVfrtQ ttoWn, Fttyft 1'ottor ey, Beunln Jffiontifiiiion Cornelius, Ruby 8ui Wan*«?Ue Nbf, AJber ' «, NeUta Marilyn lo IlH .,_ Harts -,..,. M»rg«ro „..», Mary Mltchol Alllo Marine, Mai N« , K«y Kent, Nor I'l , CaiiWy, Hall, Bernard Pun .1 IllvlltMt.'! f* *»ii ni » " iv«* »-.--, • ,^u Montttumury, Mr». Leo Klnney. ..uiMi'H, Shulliin, Mm, A. S. Buchanan, ;m;M.'H. Oil Hui-hunnn, Mrs, IS. M. ihhnrp, Mrs, V«rnon Fore;, Mm. II. 'j. Wiltton, Mrs. H. L, Kuton and tt-M suestH Mrs. Hobert Hitinbrlght Mr», 0, R. Poitchuy . iu hbnencD of the president. Mrs, )BW»on Henry. The minutes WI-Kend by Mrs, Nut Woosley, »«fr<?- ary. The club voted to hiivo u Christmas banquet W " ' Oth. Mrs. D, W, Durham . ho program on "Hloi'inlna Kola- ion," followud by a tlow(rv iiuiA | Mrs. IHwuhoy w»n (IcHt pliu-e on vcr flower iii-ritnHenu'ni nun Mi> , L, BucliHitiin won scmnui pliicv. Tlui l)(iNt0S8«» Hurvi'd w (I'.'lieuiu.t •rt coursn with coffet; to ,-ilx- montbiirs mid thr«j« R. P, Hamby OAR Qu««t und Mr*. K, K. Shell. W6CS Mr eta At Church Thursday The WSCS of Ihn Methodist Chur visits had no connection with the Eisenhower trip. Clnrk nnd Vim Fleet accompanied Dcnlng on a visit to the Drl tl»i: Criinmonwenllh Dlvl»lon. They Inter rulurnod to Seoul where they |m-ni>diiitcly went Into It closed- dimr H,.-s«lon to make their plonn. Alxo clo«etc:<l with them was Lt. Gen. Glenn O. Bnrcus. 5lh Air Force commander. U WHH believed the two com innuk'n 1 were consolidating their vlo-vs on recommendations on thc| ronduc 1 of the war to be made from the Far Eust Command. Pi-caning for eciual ottentUin are of Insuring Elsenhower's of carrying unathori/.cd weapons. Mac'.iii.o-guns were being mount- v\ thn iigliout the eily In Ihe evenl of f, fuicri'lllti raid. Mpim-Ahllf. Korean laborers put the finlfhinB touches on what the ROI> fiiivcrnment expected would be the conference site. South Ko- rcjin officials believed Eisenhower will ccnfer with m Hilary, diploma- lie and Rovcrnmenl officials as well a.i South Korean President ch m<?t <»n Thuridny afternoon at Hut church f«r » continuation ot tlu> (ull xiiHly on "Home Missions llumiiil UlglitR," ti nu't'liiiK w.ui oponcii with thu Syniinian Rheo behind the capl tr.l nni'rling at Seoul. Street ears carried banners spel lint; out welcome lo lho prosidenl , Ul| r l''wth<!r'» Wor, followed with on inspiring etc- uli.iiMil Uitk l>y Mrs. J. V, MuMu- en. Mrs. Frank litillom, Jr., told thu come. Slorekecpcrs covered their windows with American and Republic of Korea flags. IH-clad ur- cli'ns .skipped along, waving tiny flags at passcrsby. There was a deadly serious noto 10. South Korean Army troops ai.d «>,'i:c liu-ew a guard 'around and .hriugh the city. Metropolitan Police Clvef Yuon Myting Hoon said t'.ru-l security measures would bs. enforced until after Eisenhowei lea ,'es. All residents of Seoul possibly 800,000 persons were instructed tc with police. A 9:30 p.n ele-.'l. South Korean and American (lags flew throughout the city. nbsoluln security In Korea against ilo-i 24 lockels In a rctriictnbl'J launcher and weighed about nine Inns It WHS powered by a ui-ne-al cleetrle U'bojel with afterburner ilevelopinK in e x e. e s s ot !i,700 pounds thrust. HELD IN SLAYING KRATTLEBO.no. VI. I/?)— A young filling station attendant was h-.Mil Of an open charge of murder today in the death ot Rosamund Burrington, pretly 19-year- old office worker, whose throat was cut in the form of a cross. ntm> of I sviii kcr. Tiiny, u Mu.viuan migrant „. I. n, llosterly gitvn thu «tu ily on 'Uosiii-cllng Mlnorlllus' after ----.-- wiucii tu.- mcflinK udjournud with Tho Benjamin Culp Cli«|jtcr of j ,, , lv Ml , Si K. a, Ward. • 1 _ _ ..„(*„.» 1* ....y^ttll lilt t ' * * * " t>it|ii|n tin vii<i-( C'npl. Nawh'H wife Gletid, motm,'^ of thrw young daUKlilers, was at ( , , w n L(H11 . enco 'I'" fU(W !°C' '"up "l^" 1 calm>SS«"s in "Mozambique. Porlugo- ££wja&-ss^S:2« juo uenjHiuMi v,ui^ wi»i|<iv> •••JiHjiver Daughtisrs of Arnodeun mwoluiunu ,^ WI , met on Thuradny «fl«riiin)n in n»ui homo of Mrs, J. W. TcfUn- wilh Mrs. It, P. llnmUy wssUlina him- , i -• were twenty five present, toss, Autumn llowors In colorful hue* were ut points ut in- Hvv. uiul Mr». \V«.iioy Mt-ft. Jiu'K Cno|»r, Mrs. W, L, Urilt nine tlh tWO Otll (H'tt^f on iN "At Junior lUttlv fi wutjHa period, end 7, n* (innbunced b , Wfor A"»y ?w» „, retnln ,.„ „ be ell- honor, Thaie Jo JSllen ,. Henry, Mtllor, Uri-y 4 lloyco Sua Cook «nd ViritniH inudo a mm tero«t. Th« regent, Mm. Twetor, . od. The mootlnit WOK opt-netl with Ine ritual (oUtnvt?d wivu U»» Ot ih« natlunfel hntta-m, Ml**. Wailaco IVtniHn'Um, pro-' gram chairman, pr«»cni«d Mr, H. P, Htimby, uucttl speaker .for lho afternoon, who uttvu.un lnloreituu« ftttd forcwlul tain on "lA>t'» i^ii Back to the Faith o< our Fort fathers," Mr, Hamby U » nvom boi' ot tho Bonn of thu Involution, The ure»ldciU ttenerul's sv«» r««d by Mu, lidwartl ... Tno chawtiT will sund « twx of used elulhtnu tu one of Uu> l')AU HUpfJvn'led achooU 'In December Mr», C. H. Mooi'o WHS utva'n u rlstns vote of honor tw \wt article on "Thanks for Amerlcu" thtu WHS published In the Novumbuv laauvs ot the Natlonul Hisloricul UAU tnul Mi*. Uoy Stalnlon attended the UnplUt Slaii! C.'onvuntlon In Little Hock lust woi'k, Mr*. Ditwsun llwiiry, Mr. and Mrs, litH'So MeDougald. K. ti. Sml- j th unil Itiilph Iliin-is intended u l,(!i-iur(!(*hi|i ut llfli'dln ColluKt', ut last week, when it was over. curfew will be rigidly enforced. Mayor Kim said security prepa rations are all set and added: "We will guarantee 100 per cen for th.> safely of Gen. Eisenhow or." SouU. Korean Cabinet ministci anil hii'.l-.-ranking political and military leaders arrived from Pusan an.l T;'OKU, presumably to be on hand tu welcome the President- elect More than 200 slant sitfns sprung up like wild flowers around the i-iiy. Some were more lhan 100 fee One sljui lhal wcnl up yeslerdaj came down loday. II read "Give DID YOU KNOW THAT: AUTO DAMAGE COSTS ARE UP 156% The average cost of settling claims for property damage in 1951 was more than I So percent above that for 1940, while bodily injury costs rose more than 70' percent. Property damage claims outnumbered claims for bodily injury by about 4 to 1. As a result automobile accidents cost insurance companies $111 for every $100 of earned premiums in 1951. ARE YOU PROTECTED SEE ROY ANDERSON & CO. _ INSURANCE — 210 S. Main Box 405 Hope, Arkansat / Our Daily Bread Sliced Thin by The Editor Alex. H. Washburn.. Each for Himself and None for Rome — and Rome Fell THE SINNEK OK SAINT AMBHUS1C, by Hoborl Ituy riolds; Bobbs-Mc-rrill Co.. ln- diiinapolis St. New York. It's Ihe year 401) A.D. Theodosins I has died and his Roman empire, which look over when a corrupt people betrayed their republic, is also al Ihe end of its "Pope. Alarii: Ihe Goih is besieging Ihe imperial eily, and on Page 335 I encounter this passage: "The people-.oi Rome were Xrighlened ... It never entered their heads that man for man they must have outnumbered Alaric's forces len lo one and that a free and resolute populace could swarm out through the IU sates wilh any weapons at hand and scour Ihe hills until the Goths were shattered and fled. Someone wasn't taking care of them. Someone had be- Irayed them. . Someone had let them grow hungry and sick. Someone had failed to provide a great army. Someone ought lo be killed!" Hope Star WBATHKR PORMOAtt Arkansas} Cloudy * to / T cloudy, colder this aftornooiit.cleJi ing, colder With lowest 18-38 " night; Thursday fair, v cold. ,. Hig ai rltUfei , Low 31 Rainfall .93 54TH YEAR: VOL. 54 — NO. 38 Star o» Hop* IS99, Pr«« 1«7 Con»olldoted Jon. It, HOPE, ARKANSAS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1952 M*mb«r: Th« Aii«clat*d tnu 4 , -».-.. A«. N.t Cald Orel. 6 Moi. Indlna »•»». 10, 1*11 PRICE Sc CQ*> have read this book to imagine someone Today or 75/noffow... You//'Find /VOM£AS MEW AS / Mm, U. H. Jordan, Mrs. Burke n, nnd Mr*, H K, Dorrls mo- Ui Tcxurkana-Friday for the day. Mrs, IHttln H«,v.-s was a Friday afternoon vlnilor In lloiie. Ur. unit Mrs. A, S. Buchanan Friday In Little Hock, irotilHBd ut least (H) honor pl»c«m on tho Merit Jorry Frank*, Car- !UiinaU« y^lw, Sue livin, Jimmy Mr, und Mrs. C. H, Moore nu»- lined, to 'IVxnrkmia Friday for the ilay, . A dvllcloud sulud coui-st- Vpd to Ui« fifteen nu»inber» Mrs, C, A, HU.VIIVS. Mi», ittttd ttmi Mr. Hatnby. Mr». C, Q. Gordon Hostess To Oanatta Club Thursday Colorlul arrttngi'iiients of mums - • lh« ' ' Hody iUitler, Jr., hns returned lo Southern Slnlu College, Mnguol- la. utter u weekend visit with his puivnts. Mr. und Mrs. Hody But- "Rembrandt or Automobile Design", Pinin Farina is the world's foremost custom car designer. His royal crest appears on only the costliest hand-crafted cars—un^on Nash Golden E OK OVER the new cars that are being introduced these days. You'll find none as new as the Nash Golden lor. v. Fartnii slyling means new beauty and row- '' Mr*. C. O. Gordon oa TUuiisU«,v Utcrnoon when slm \v«» hostess tho 1050 Canastn Club. thrao tables of »l»y«is «na . Burko Slwitou won hUjh «-coi«' ' ' sandwich Mr. and Mrs. Allen Gco. Jr,, Hill und t.iiul were lho nuests Stit- iUii.v ot rolntki>» and tricndii. Airforce Pilot Sets 699 mph Speed Record ihnii and rear seats of any car. Even Reclining Seats and Twin Beds ijyou wish, Reclining Seats, Twin Beds, Weather Eye Conditioned Air System. Yes—compare them all, feature by feature. You'll none as new «o i"« i->v.-« r - Airdyte No other cars can offer the agree-the distinctive new Nash Airflyte ahead-of-the-titne continental styling of leads the^hole world in beauty, per- Pinin Farina. Only in Nash can you find formance, economy and comfort-today such exclusive features as the Airliner -tomorrow-and in the future! F.;.ina styling narrows front pillars to eliminate "blind spots". New con- tint'iitiil sloping hood shows you more of the road for safer, easier driving. Farina siyling/vovMw more than U V» square feet of usable floor space in lugt;age compartment, fall light conceals gas intake. Farina styling is complemented by the new Super-Jetfirc engine—proved in competition the world over for performance, endurance and economy. Farina styling features new "Road- Guide" fenders to give the eye an aiming point for easy parking ami passing. T11K -\MAU t Ciillf,, Chwlene Morton, Hold, Jouivu Hovt, t!«m«a Gilbti't. Harts- U;u- Oar- h\\y %»l»d (find *»n«w>«n rutt:\MAU, uum,, wi •— A roar- so was hewed tt> guests Mrs. ing. f|juuc-*nrvading F88d Subjo- Vantcyi Mrs. Tom CuUMsrw! jet piano piloted uy Capt, J, Blade JS;>--)i u* Etfwimls Air Force Base hus esfibll^hcd u now umvfticlul world »|iuod record— (UIU.U miles pcv hour*. V'jtlH. Nash. 31, whoso home Is „ ., ,, »).,.,.> I" MoviUf, la,, inadv four low *"••"- ,*iy, auS| S ww S,, * ievi'l uu&sv£ yesterday over a mea ,«^ Jerry Wilson, DOIJUW Stan-' v •*•• V ftentfjco Ward, Kwast Whit- u |ud at the u( th Sal ton Stt, 339 feet sea level, His performance ^s j was nvde under rules of the Fed U « r* to this outstanding ^jrako-^ , ^ V*V'S Aft.™ NAtlNBfAR" (TODAY) ul an dlh« National Aeronautics Association, which must verity it 0ol>.>ro it bt-conu's official. In shuUtrrinv the record for op- vn\.ti«uil airck-ad in the North AuK«iic«n all-xwaUxer interceptor, Until you it is hard finding Ihe . material to write new and blazing version ot the decline and fall of Rome 443 pages long — but here il is, and of Ihu besl. Our slory-leller is Gregory Julian, descendant of an emperor, ' speculating on his own chances of. taking the throne. Bui he is a member of the declining Pagan party, while Christianity is the incoming political fashion of Rome. 11 is his flirtation with the pros- peel of turning Christian — a temptation that he resists when lie could have used it — to which the novel owes ils title. Each time Gregory resists conversion the great Bishop Ambrose says sadly, p, "Thy sin be mine.' And Gregory himself acknowledges: "The grcal inlelligences had abandoned Rome and fled into the Church: Ambrose, Jerome, Augusline ... I came upon the dreadful thought that no great intelligence can flourish except upon a sound moral basis of resolute faith. Men like me, or minor intelligence, jk could still retain a sufficient faith in Rome to act and, in our small way of day-to-day half solutions of increasing problems, somewhat flourish, even though secretly anxious and sick at heart. But Augustire, Ambrose . . . with their more ' penetrating minds, saw the rotten sand beneath the apparent slone . . . More terrible than the inroads of Barbarians, more terrible than internal pol- •9- itical particularism, was this obvious flight of our great in- lelliyencie.s out of the Roman . civil world. When the few truly great minds of the time reject the common principle accepted as a basis for action by the common people of that tim,o, I think thai age is drawing to • a dark end." (Page 267) How dark, had Ihe Roman world Cold Greets GIs in Korea Thanksgiving By ROBERT UDICK SEOUL, Korea (Thursday) (UPi — Icy cold woalher and. a lull in the fiphlinc ushered in Thanksgiving day loday for American GI's huddled in trenches and .foxholes alonfi the 155-mile Korean baltlc- fronl. The l.'isl major activity was i tremendous U. N. aerial altaok yrstcHay 01} a sprawling Commi' nisi supply and troop center in eastern Korea. American fightc'i- bomber;* hurled tons of bombs und flaminn jellied gasoline on the target,' louchin« off huge fires an explosions. As Ihe ground war simmered to' scattered patrol actions, GI's looked forward pagcrly to the traditional Thanksgiving clay fare of hoi turkey, dressing, craujpcrry sauce and pumpkin pie. 'lie dinner was sent to the front Six Deaths Are Attributed to Bed Weather By The Associated Press Witul-wliippi'd snow Grody Moy Killed in Train, Truck Accident; Lloyd Bruce Dies in Louisiana Wreck on :le sections of tho today, stranding travelers, cU.MiiK schools and blocking rrmcb. At U nst six deaths were attribute; I In slnrin conditions. Almosa a fool of snow was recorded in some lo\\ ns. K.-insriN ami Nebraska, where nmditiiMis prevailed In yeslenlay, apparently hli/7;ird soi vi- .irea THANKFUL — Kneeling before a crucifix, this battle clad Marine takes time out during the vicious fighting near Bunker Hill Sepnrnte truck accidents with in 1 a few hours of each other cost the lives of two Ilempstend county natives -- Grady Hugh May, 85, ot 1'atmos. son of Mr, and Mrs, Guy May of Bodcaw and Lloyti G. Bruce, Hit, Baton Kongo, L,a., son oC Mr, and Mrs. M. C. Bruce ot Hope, May was killed about 1:40 p.m. yesterday when the butane truck which ho was driving WHS struck by a norlhboiv.id Missouri Pacific passenger train nt n grade crossing a mile southwest ot Prcscott. Ills body was thrown about 175 feet from the crossing and the partially loaded butane truck was scattered for about 200 feet on the opposite side ot the tracks, accord ing to Stale Policemen Milton sier and Guy Downing. But India Plan Gets Top Bit . UNITED NATIONS, N, ' Tbe United Notions Political Cp| mlttce voted today to give tooi orlty to India's Peace 'PS I deanlto violent Soviet opposUw Tho voto was 40 to 5 w«n.;q had to eat it right away. Olher- wise. it turned into a hard-icy mass ir. Ihe bitter Korean weather. United Press Correspondent Victor "Kcndrick reported that a full moon shone over drifting whisps of oveicast during the night along the central front, where the battle lor Sniper Hill has raged for VI days. The night started out unusually mild, hs said, but later frost started to cover the steep Korean hills ana gorges, now dressed in red and yellow autumn foliage. IL N. commander Gen. Mark Cla'k and 8th Army Cpmmandei Gen. James A. Van Fleet took time .out from preparing for Gen. Dwight Eisenhower's visit to Korea to issue Thanksgiving Day messages lo their soldiers. In Tokyo, Clark reminded lho fighting men they still have much to be thankful for, despile the war. He said America's strength and courago. its high moral determination and the preservation of its dignity, freedom and rights as human beings were among their blessingi. veB t. — NEA Telephoto. Longshoremen Unidentified Wreckage of Plane Sighted fell the grealest impact of the storm. Hut parts of Missouri, lowu. Minnesota. Oklahoma and Texas also got Ihen share nf snow. The snow eased ul'f during Ihe night in most of the .-.tales but the Wentlicr Bu- The gas In the truck's tank burn ,-,-OPU s.iid il probably would con- cei u couple ot hours after tho tim-e in Minnesola and Iowa wreck. Railway traffic was halted l'.iroui;noiit today. only temporarily. May was cm A si:: to nine inch blanket of ployed by the Butane Gas Company snow covered a seelion 150 lo '.iOOlot Hope. nili-s v.-iile from Soulheiislcrn Min-l Bruoe Killed In Louisiana lesola soulluvpslward into North- Early last night near Baton rn Texas. A four-inch carpet of H OI , BU| Louisiana n furniture truck while i-iivered most of Kansas and ( j,.j vc u |jy Uloyd G. Bruce, ran Continued on Pago Two Soviet Foreign-Minister Y. VlshlnsHy denounced It *" " Start Wildcat Walkouts NEW YORK, (UP)— Hundreds ot longshoremen began wildcat walkouts today in protest against the Ne\v York state crime commission's impending investigation of Deficit of $3 Million for State Colleges LITTLE ROCK MPI — Deficits to-| r f' hu „ Ho snld tho allng nearly throe million dollars ,,fi, ogaV , nnd tnkc n undflf seen today ns l««» l hlo in tho L, htp ot thu Umlod Sta te8 n i" operations of the ynlyer- A 5 pcclal closo-door mootintfW" . of Arkmwaa and eight other 2l w £ |tern powor8 decided . V* stale supplied colloBos. • nighl to avlppor t tho pr i ( The deficits were foreseen In » m \d their action aoBurod summary ot budget requests sub- nc uon. mined to tho Arkansas Leglsln- Diplomats viewed th* ,,..,, live Council by tho nine Instltu- votn as n tip otf that, a maJOj tlons ot higher education. Th« sum- hns boon f ounc i ^ tho mavy was prepared and released to book tho U. S. view by Her ton Northcut't, Council ex- h nd , an resolution must bo , eculivo director; State Comptroll- to HpoU ou t tho handling 61, JUS or l,co Roy Bcasloy and Budget on ors of wat more catofuliy. "" Director J. C. Hogan. ' based 'tiwslr reasoning on th^ _ Tnosc officials said tho deficits that tho U. S. had previously '» would occur under proposed bud«- it would not votq lor priority, ' ut all ot tho Institutions ex- JOSH th<fsc assurances wore - ;;angsU'rrisn: corruption on this city's teeming waterfront. At mid-morning police estimated (hat mere lhan 1,000 longshoremen had been called off the job, closing dov;n eight piers on the west ANCHORAGE, Alaska tfll — tin identified airplane wreckage ha been sighted in high mountai: counlry on Ihe -route of a plan which disappeared Saturday with 52 r-erscns aboard. Air Fo'rtJ o;flc;als said, last night lhat a search pilot had reported wreckage inaccessible As we solemly give thanks for these blessings, let us also pray that our determination and our failh si-all never flater," he said. Van Fleet, in Seoul, said that Americans at home were thankful that their loves ones in Korea have boen spared. At the same time, he said their tears "will be shed for those of us who have gone to a better world, the men who gr.ve their lives what we might live in freedom." ' U>t us be thankful today that we arc still free to celebrate this Thanksgiving Day," he said. There was some speculation that Eisenhower would be in Korea to cat Thanksgiving d i n n e r with troops en the front line, but there appeared to be lillle chance of il side. The dock workers were members of Local &24, International Longshoremen's Association, AFL, and .they were rcporled incensed over Ihe commission having issued subpoena for some of the local's of- licers and members. The hearing is scheduled to start next Wednesday. The demonstration had an immediate affect on four large inbound trans-Atlantic liners. Although it was expected that spot near Whitlier, approxiinale- !y 5(1. miles south ot here. Tlifc is in almost a direct line ol flight from McChord Air Force Base. Wash., where the big Globemastcr still-led its trip to Elmendurt Ail- Base here. Maj. C. W. I-Iinkle, public intoi-- malion officer at Elmcndurf, said the wreckage Into tho back of a lumber truck and injuries proved fatal to tho | former Hope man, his family here said today. Details of the accident j were not known, Bruce was born and raised In Hope but had lived in Baton Itougc for the past nine years where ho was employed by a furniture com pany. He is survived by his parents, Lirn.K ROCK d?) - Gov.-eloct|two sisters, Mao Faye Bruce_ ot Fra'ieis Cherry indicated today Cherry Not Receptive to Gentry's Plan ecpl the Bccbe Junior College un- Vlshlnnky astounded Is revenues Increase or cash bnl- when ho called tho Indian » nnci'8 are carried Into the now device o£ tho "North Atlantic blennlum. The Beobo school, It was with which no coopcratlpn Jr reported, could operate within Ita glblo.' vlndla has no conu f requested $07,300 annual budget, with NATO and has striven ^ The remaining Institutions seek maintain a' neutral — A " appropriations totaling $17,080,883. East-WMt,quarrels. ,•«,> Anticipated revenue for'them is Despite tho Soviet roioctton,| $13.867,309, said Beasloy. '""' ' iv ~ T " 11 "" "'"" **** Individual annual budget of those schools lacing rru'ieis v..nuii> iiiun.ni.1.^* Liiv.uj "'-i: . _.. - . . .: r\ , ««<j waJHi'l very receptive lo Ally. \M» twin, Floyd,pt.W«pe; Doyle,upd Geli.e'eel Tom Genlry's* plan for Howard o Callfornin r Roy of Hous h.an:lling all the state's legal husi- ton, Harold of Wichita !• alls, Kan- ness through Ihe attorney goner- sas; Earl, Charles, Bobby and Lar- portcrs ot 'tho Indian plan to al's office. ry Bruce, all of Hope. $52»,000. Tho 21-natloti Henderson State Toacrors Cpl-l ft truca on tho ba»U t-\/& ]c«e, Arakadolphta, $905,000. Commands 'torms laid 40 Ihe fou>- big ships would be allowed lo i-.crlh, some S.200 passen- ers i-.board probably will have o carry their own luggage shore. The four ships were the great cw superliner, the Uniled States; le American ICxport Liner Inde- cndence, the Cunard Liner Queen Eli/.abelh'. and Ihe Italian Liner Vulcania. Cheny refused to discuss Gen- The body will be returned to Iry/p.'an as such. He said be Hope for burial. Arrangements ure was not familiar with It. He said incomplete. Gentry hadn't discussed it with May Service Thursday j,j m Services for Mr. May will bo But in answer to a query which held at SardU Church at 2 p.m. didn't specify Gentry, Cherry said Thursday with burial in Palmoa he questioned the advisability of Cemetery. lolling the attorney general per- .Besides his parents, he Is BUI- ir.'Ti all the slate's legal service, vlved by his wife and two small Gentry wants lo remove a num- children, Elva Janet and Larry ber of attorneys from the control Hugh; three sisters, Mrs, Evu nn..n i,-nm mcni m« «iiunm. i of individual departments and White, Mrs. Opal Bailey and Mrs. STrhnCc will he&tf fu the agencies thdy now represent, in- Louise Purtle of Bodcaw; tree bro«MC at daybreak toda?tto iV creoso the si«, d( the ullorney gen- thcrs, Herman of Bodcaw, Youell "mpt posittve fdenUIlcaWn andU'ral's staff and have'it take over of Hope and Garland May of Tex- Arkansas State, Jonesboro; Ar- Panmunjpm, including no kan.ius Tech. Russcllvllle; South- ropatrltttlon, Viahinsky> crn State, Magnolia; Arkansas A.|pr6vldo« for an & M., Montlcollo, $455,000 each. i cl'J wh ch dsaDDcared i~v, ,»n wHh 20 meJ days ^ with 20 men 1C frim siaht la 11 and «o Ncgro^coliogo got $500,000 yearly prisoners, ,1.,fir>,, thlu hlnnntnm. > I lire loUowod ,by conloronoe to nettle nil '« ' grown? So dark that a corrupt government found it necessary to pile futile law upon futile law. For instance, Gregory cites the He had a busy schedule of appoinl New York Wednesday ments in Yesterday's air atlack was car ried out by Air Force and Marino fighter-bombers on vast Red Farina styling anJ pntctkal. H'i* Utw« «« for tasy by - v all iiutkk. Wiilea rear w uuics per hour murk set last tMiin. 13 Uy Maj, Richard L. John- i>aa ut Edwardt AFB, Johnson used an 'earlier Sabre model, the Farina styling makes full use of Air"" flvie Construction for greater strength, safety and rigidity—and lasting freedom from bxiy-bo'li squeaks and ranks. Farina styling incorporates enclosed ^ /run; wheels tocui air drug. Exclusive Airflvx Front Suspension levels road bumps—absorbs shocks and noise. r>"*?7w. '*•"•'•• : ' w*&£'£Li ^^^ M through At his top sp«tKl Capt. r laiw ui^»»*il towatd the dt. tompv«?**ibUity of the brick _W»U ttl the 778 i|iU«* $,. ™^» .„- ot thtt 'itt&t ru>n& In. ih$ .. 4 ,».,^. Y*lleyv Tin* rutv»s under which the CUght was m?cU* gpecttied lhat the p)«ixe n>it uci Uy higher Uiau t,<H9 t««t A?W«Hy, apt. N**h u»*d* the oi( th* sua-syvpt earth o* th* ,hoi-e ut ihe volnxtA «»• ouAtitorcd by tour TJ Sie we &*&* A*te*iCA$ Mevesr AND SMARTEST CARS YOUR HIARiY ItolA OiAUIR TQOAYI BERT RETTIG NASH $04-306 E. Third $tr«* I ft case of that curious special office known as "Defensor" — a man sent into a troubled province "to relieve the citizens from the overweening pressure of governors, judges, and taxgalhcrers." The Theodosian Code read (Page Allies ctlack 199j: ammunition. "Thou, Defensor, must in the first place exhibit the character, of a father to the commod- alty; thou must not suffer either the rustics or the city dwellers to be vexed with inordinate assessments. Meet the insolence of office and the arrogance of the judge with proper firmness, yet always preserving the reverence which is ,due to tlie magistrate. Claim thy right' of freely entering into the judge's presence when thou shalt desire to do so. Exclude all unjust claims and. 'tempts at spoliation of thost Jm it is thy duty to chertLrt'a's thy children, and do not suffer anything beyond the accustomed imposts to be demanded of these men who certainly can be guarded by no arm but thine." Rome, that is, was reduced to . officially spying upon its own duly-, sworn officials — investigating the investigators — and of course it fell, for honesty and justice had Jong ago departed from the land tg. the Consuls and the Caesars, and it was incapable of ruling itself, iet alone the world. "The Sinner of Saint center southwest of Wwisan, an important East Coast port. "The whole area was left flames," one pilot reported. Other said they saw at least five sec ondary explosions, indicating th Allies attack destroyed stores o Tl:c lire sent towering billows o dense ,smokc swirling into the sk which prevented Allied pilots from making accurate observation of th results. The Air Force named America jet ace of the Korea war t day. He was 1st Lt. Cecil Foste tempt study feasibility Continued on ^age Two arkana. gro'.md parlies, para-dro^'cj-ews oi'j helicopters. -''r No Sign of i; Bus Strike Settlement As far as Boyle Is Concerned Families in the Social Blue Book Can Just Turn Blue Santa C/aus to Visit Hope on December " HAS 27, of San Antonio, Tex., an F- Sabrcjcl pilot. 'Ihe Air'"Force confirmed Fo ter's claim that he destroyed Communist MIG-15 jet last Saturday his fifth of the war. Poster had named his Sabre .type "Ihree Kings," but he changec* th(j name Nov. 13 to the "Four Kings" when his wife Margaret g&vs -birth to their fourth child, a son. . Meanwhile, U. N. patrols slashed Junior High Students Hold Program At 1 p.m. today in the auditor- urn various classes of Junior High School held a special Thanksgiving Day program. The program included; Singing by the Glee Club, Bible. Reading by James Hatfield of Miss Moses' home room; Prayer of Thanksgiving by Connie Tulles of Mr. Rider's room; What Thanksgiving Means to Me — Girls, Mrs Jackson's room; Football player, Mrs. Pierce's room; Merchant Mrs Rilcy's room; The Home, Mrs Klipsch's room and The Citi7.cn. Mrs. Davis' room; Poem by Carolyn Strong, Mr. Rider's room; History of Thanksgiv ing by Mrs. Breed's history class; announcer, Royce Weisenberger. By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK Ml — I don't know -The strike | how ycur family feels about it, family is boycotling the LITTLE ROCK, of union bus drivers and mechanics! but ugainsl Arkansas Trailways Co., Social Ilegisler. entered its eighth day today with' As fai as we arc concerned, the no sifin of a prompt settlement in Blun Book can go and turn blue. sight. As a matter of fact, it has al- Reprc-tenlatives of the strik- ready turned back — with rosy crs ant 1 management met ycsler-1 stripes day with a federal conciliator, but The 1053 edition has dropped no settlement was reached. How- Wlnthrop .Rockefeller and his wife, ever, Commissioner, Charles A. BJHO, and to them we say: "Chins Wheeler of the Federal Mediation up, kUls. Don't let it get you down. Sutton to Pioy in Blue-Gray Gome Conciliation Service said another meeting was scheduled for next Monday. A spokesman for the strikers, Deputy President F. A. Hurt-ell "f | at Lifo can still be gay." Our 'own ' family isn't belli.' dropped by the 1953 Social Ilegls- \Ve got darned good and soro it when we found that there the Brotherhood of Railroad Train- wasn't >• single Boyle listed in the mon, ssid the strikers offered tohtisjj edition. To our further horror cut their wage demands yesterday, and anger we discovered there but the company refused to budge wasn't a Boylcs listed in the 1952 register of all cities — to the dictators who cata the social dinosaurs, means froro its pre-strike position. This, social however, could not be confirmed, The company spokesman, Hobey W. McClendon, vice president only New York, Washington, D.C. was una-j Philadelphia, Chicago, Boston, St. Lo.iis, Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Cin- star, Buddy Sutton, has accepted, an invitation to play in the annual | Blue-Gray football game at Mont- and general manager, vailable. . . _ . _ . The 40 drivers and six rriecna- cinnati. Dayton, San Francisco, nics struck Nov. 18 to enforce de- Baltimore and Buffalo, rr.ands for wage increases in a new if y O ii live anywhere between contract to replace one expiredUjt. l^ouis and Death Valley, Caltf., Oct. 1. The drivers want a raiS'Jjthe presumption is that you dwell with a 'I'll admit we Bo>les were pretty Srnythea). "vVhy it's simple," said our flno eld tribal loaders. "Us Boyles hai-e been outvoted by the hoi polloi. What Boyle wants, to be smothered in all those Smiths? Let's rtay out of that book alto- t'other." He pointed out that tho Blue Book was down to 28 RooscvelU, 21 Rockefellers (only 20 now with Winthrop gone), six Astora and five Vanderbilts. It was explained to him that when a listcc was caught standing on his head at tho Metropolitan Opera, riding a horse into a hotel, or marrying Homebody from the wrong side of the railroad tracks, he was dropped from the next edition of the Blue Book. "No wonder they are weeding out the fine old American families and getting swamped by Browns and Smiths," said our tribe leader. "If a fellow named Brown ie picked up fop probably don't during this blennlum. University ot Arkansas, 4,8-millions. Hore are the building needs re- quelled In, addition to operating budgets: A. M & M., $1,380,000, Arkansas Tech, $105,300 for emergency repairs to tho Engineer- SimieH dln8> ' 2 ' 037t00 ° IOC Oth8 tm^5po%.m^o£ , State Teachers, $1,650,000. hold u meeting to tho Chaifll ^endcnon, $1^000. «ce Tuesday CVWlWfc 7$, '•• "A. & M., $1.050,000. business conduced centered, Biennial deficits by schools would activities »r the be $1,447,638 for the University, son. $411,120 for A. M. & N.; $183,414 Tho «roup v«tOd unan! for Southern, Tech, Arkansas Stato offer three prttw to tho and A. & M.; $173,826 for Hen- orated homes ' ~ " dorson, $213,825 for State Teachers, season. First . Although there is no change in prize of $16, and ft the University's total request some $10, A secret JtWging, Lllw W III» v* *»»v^ w **/»»•» »w*jwv»»» •.•»•••»• IT~-- -•- ---,--- w • it ' chanKoii In salaries are asked. will make the splectlon^ Appropriations were made for Tuesday, December 23. m th« current blennlum lor two staff tar the Judging will be . members at $15,000 yearly, and tho ot the idea, tho way to Wh^| same i* listed for 1933-55. But 12 idea is develpned, and th£—' instead Of 10 positions at $12,600 decorating theme. *»v« copfightlng, thyy even bother to are asked, and 12 positions »t „„ t $10,000 yearly are asked, instead with Santa. CJW; tfl- vi»|£ of the two at present. Tuesday, JP«o|mte| M,JI In addition, the University wants time ot tb,o day.pp 15 rta« members to (jet $9,000, pen* upon Stf'" 1 -where pnly two now receive that eduw P8tw»e% amount. Salary of $8,500 yearly- Hopo, ArkW-- now paid to 15 — is sought for IQj nityly be to $8,000 Is sought tw 10, whew now A repp?t " only four get that amount; $7.300 como *l 1 for 12, compared to five now, at party and that salary, and 48 ppstttoiw »t Committee $7,OUO yearly, where now pnly nine j sincere positions call tw such a salary, »• p«t Reductions In pewonnej, not saHsitcceH slips, are listed ter Bever»l »maU' er salaried ppsltlww, apparently aimed to make up th« beyind Communist lines, probing i for possible Red preparations for' mass attacks timed to coincide witu Gen. Dwight Eisenhower's arrival in Korea. 1 gorrery, Ala., Dec. 19. is the most quotable book, ol our because, Small to quote only that which bears on morality and politics; but don't let me do "Bris book the injustice of picturing it as merely a political history^ ."The Sinnef o/ Saint Ambrose" is a magnificent novel, a Roman version of our "Gone With the Wind" — but with faster action ( An aijtom" end rougher scenes. For IB iSSt A- 12- ty#. Suttoi is a halfback and was co- captain of the 1952 Razorbacks. Fullback Lewis Carpenter's acceptance to perform for the Grays was announced yesterday. For the full season, Sutton carried the ball 100 times for 448 yards. n * 6 and three quarters conts, plus $1 hour for layover time. Wheeler said the company offered a quarter cent per mile increase. Mechanics demanded a raise from $l.b2 to $1.75 per hour. The company countered with an offer of of $1.39 per hour, said Wheeler. p-'rcell said that before the strike the union reduced its demands to 6 cents per mile and fl.so an hour. Be said that they offered to compromise yesterdav hiken at first when the ile driven by Bobby aad a truck driv further Brother of Hope Womon Succumbs Harvey 8. Johwn, aged 58. d»ed U at W» bom* 1932 check their index. But a Vender bill? If he get* arrerted, thoy ought to volunteer «p go bail lor him because be lenda Clasa to their book. But Instead they just start rubbing his name out. That may be hi»h sosicty, but Mrs. Grady Beard it ain't loyalty •" heck v.ith it." I say ulcx of the socially acceptable nuubed us altogether. We held a onvent'on, and the hoary old riarch of our tribe, dressed : the occasion in his best Sunday uit said despairngly: ' Hasn't a single one of us Boyles caught loafing on the sanis <it Palm Beach, or lifting a pinky at a Newport tea," Well, the awful truth wai, none em- So the Boyl* lamily voted to boycott the Blue Book. And it will do no good forth* editors to cjpme creeping to us and saying, "Please, can't w« just put one Soyle la our txt edition?" •-'. We art going,to put out or own Social Register, It will have """ pages — 99 pag« «t Soytes page im »u the GoiUdi, Vaoder Local Hospital Mr», Delphte Beard, -»$e4 « wile ol Orady W. 8ew4, 4M ••g Wednesday to « H^pe. hospital. She ha4 Uv«4 to Hw* ** ** Be.ide* her hu»fcan4 H1 #* vtved by two s.«ft» t WJUtoft and TijcmM 8 f A|W»« _b/ Daily M, Uwto «C thai Asinj blazoned with t&> had. We all were gsiofuUy gloved. Then we got to thumbing through ily motto; the 195i Social Register a«d lound 'U you «*B'| '» fcntained two pages «J BoWa-j'efla «t pi r' the N«w York throw. «w»y. Th« book wW b» w*

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