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HOM STAR, MOM, ARKANSAS f^lTr^T'"4f\ Wedneirfay, B««emMr24, 1$fj »«•!*' #'** but jrliotmBhad fll .rw riot to Kin rn«, jK.lft* W0« up 4tw *!*• 'U, no murder* i ih* DO> DRE88E8 AID IN WAGING HEALTH BATTLE-Olorln Swnn- «>n nftown Bob De Mar, of New for*, on* of Jw «rwtlon» which Went to nltl in tha bnttlo of th| J-JBM Woo« ditmut, hemophilia, l«he fBtnoue nctre« tlonattd wv4rftl p«r«onDlly-do«igned Gloria Swonnon OrlglnnU to the annual fund-rtiUlng party of The Hemophilia Foundation, which dftvotw alUta *dfource* to old victims of th« dlf»«ff«, nnd to further rowarch into it* cauno. H«mophUI» prevent* coagulnlion of the blood, and affects an «tijnnt«d 40,000 pomonii in the PRESCOH NEWS R&*#^ v /,'•*'% , ^V&&ib»*H*JMiifl» ' IfiPiS^r ,; SAlMi^S "- - , s jv i \ h ? •* f^vT^v^.^ D«e«mb«i* 87 Ml*» Mnry Beth Ur,v«on nnd Mltti Cnrolyn Cox ot Lincoln, N«b,, will MI«H Mary I .on TlKiraa*, her mrtkls And out of town fiuo«U <witH n brunch on Bnturdny morn- JitS In the Pry*on luimo. Thoy wilt be nsii*tcd by their motlwit, MM. Bryion nml Mr*. AnOrcw .COX. cxtcndinii Chrlut tnvltatlonn for tho May -your cvory'wtah for th» WelWay S«a»n b* i»olt*«d — t our with for you. fRINTING CO. iJfSH?^^ PISS1 iJ-^P* I^4? J ' V! V^'5 * i* i * »i*m fe^%'i5 V,'' - ? Jp5«& V!-VVr1 1V Jim UGroisa STORE lfc^&- l "' 37,Contr«ot Club Mm Jformiil Dance Mr, nnd. Mrs. Gooi'm* Christopher Mr, *nd Mr*, Tom Bvmln, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gilbert and Dr. tutd Mr*, C, P. Arnold Jr. were host* for -the annual formal dance tor tho member* of tho '87 Contract Club and their -KUfstu nt the Law- ion Hotel on Saturday evening. Smttsx and rod berries extended e length of Wi« rofrcshmcnt tahl<» nnd ftt Coluowd were entwined with imilax and colored lights Suntfl Ol«u» udd«d to the decor* at -satin ribbon that t\v c lan^tli of the tuble and Ueld uifaiiiiiturc colonial corsages of whtt*' cnrnnUons imd stock en- m«Une were used for lor the luncheon honor Ing M(M-M*ry Lou Thomas, fiance of Hrn»jt Hni'loy Cox, Jfr., given Magnolia Room in The wedding .of MJH» Mary Lou Thomas 4uulJ2rtMi«l Hurley Cox Jr will he saloJWilssflU Saturday ,at 4 p.ra, til tho J'lrtil Methodist Church A reception will follow at the home of the bride, Mr, ^tt« MM, Paul Buchanan and Mr, '»n$^wu.'Ileyc,« Smith of nolid .Wtt*i out of town Huestu. fOn> for Miss it of vwhite o«r- wlth a atcplc ,«f which full whltu , Ml8» Jry|eftn Sh»Uhorn of MiM.Thoinw' place was mark- wffli u tfardeatft eor»|ige an* a gin ot «Uv«r, There were sixteen ei|$ Inchjdlug Mra. Chnrlea Tho- B«j .tnotbof of tho brlde-eleet, Whop* jplftco was mw-kod with a whft* carnation corsage, and Mrs. Kwst H. Cox toother of thu groom WOCt, ' Honored Jr Ml VAi^nj* Ann hw IJUv Wr gueit* returned e«fr invitod wh«re they crown and the t«W» 'ovwlfifl with « rttotb «UaciJ,»d tnra »id wd ribbws. J, J. JMtttto, . CUud d W (th « bre.k fiuaday raoroing M the Mo- Hoj» ^ the Mary Harley ArkonsosHos Big Share of Flood Fund * *y HOWAflO tUTTLE WASHINOTON, Dee- 23 - Mem- b*r* of Congr*** from tho Southern State* affected hops lo be able to get thc B3rd Cwgrens to up- proprlulo 70 million dollors for tho no-called Lower Mlnslsulppl River area project for thc fiscal year 1833-1054. They have subsUnllal reason to believe, thnt thc Bureau of the Budget's recommendation will be little, If* nny, short of this flgufc. They sec nothing to dlncouraRf ;lho(n In thc special report of the Civil Works Subcommittee, rccont- ly l««uod, calllnx for s review of rlvor nnd harbor nnd flood-control, jjrojact.1, ond the weeding out of impractical ond obsolete authorization*. Indeed, to the contrary, th«y point out that the subcommittee, headed by Rep. Robert E. Jonofl, Jr., Alabama, and Jnciucl- in« among others, Rop. Henry D. Lnroadf, Jr. Louisiana, nnti Rnp. Frank E. Smith, Mississippi, specifically suggested that here could be noteworthy acceleration of the whole program. After recalling the fact thnt Mississippi River Developments had been regarded by the executive order of President Truman of Jan. 21, 1050, diverting many essential materials to the national defense effort, thi- subcommittee concluded: "U can bo expcctad thnt If the international situation becomes no worse nnd os the defense production objectives ' arc accomplished, there can be a relaxation of restrictions as that our rnpid progress can bo mtulc." Lower MlssUntppI, Status Tho approved project for control of the Lower Mississippi .Rlvcr was the first basin type authorization- given by Congress to the U.S. Corps of Enginuers. Tho project was estimated to cost $1,292.748,500, of which $813,- 790,8'li) has been expended through tho present fiscal yeor, nnd 478,057,081 remains to be spent. Of the 478,057,051 yet to be spent .about a half, or $230,027,572 got'8 to main stern Mississippi Rlvcr projects ns follows: Mississippi River levees-$05.300,211. Bank stabilization ~ 139,298,295 Dredging — 18.704,371. Mapping — 1,388,875. Memphis harbor— 12,855,000 JDevlls Swamp —2,000,000. Morganza structm-pr- 860,000. Total —239,027,572. .The remainder to bc spent, $239,030,070 goes to off-main stem wojrk as follows: fit. Francis Basin — 127,520,483:' .West Tennessee trJbuturlus— ,7'700,000. ; ; V 4 (> Liiwei- White RJvcr — 5.112,802. Cache River Bnsln —- 10.000,000. L'Angullle River --2,000,000. Cmnd-Prarlo Bayou Meto Basin — '8,000,000. Lower Arkansas River, right bnhk. — 8.585,135. f.owor Arkansas Hlvor, south bank, — 4.517,415. Ynzoo River basin, reservoirs,— $6,«8fi,83p. Yazoo River Basin, local protection, 88,74B,260. Big Sunflower, — 7,087,000. lajisas Blver fiuain, Boouf and Tonaiis. 13,836,000. ,|lod .River Backwater, — 22 «74,,88.7. , Grants Canal, — n.OQO. Jtovyjjr Red Blver. — 1,802,353. Atpnafalaya 8iv.eir Basin Levee* and structure,, 83,048,858. ^«»<>V R8 P w «s. Boeuf, Cocodrei, 80JJ.188. CAPTURE RED ARMS—Crowds gather in Hanoi to look at an wchlblt of captured weapons, solved during "Operation Lorraine." The fighting French forces displayed the -«ri , n . atlvcs lhat thoy Rre °8 htin 8 to defend them from the Red menace. The weapons captured in a surprise attack at the enemy's rear designed to destroy Red supply sources somewhere in indo-China. tho stoat these ht «g»inst the «n«ny .ether Arkansas aad harbors which will re. «» Committee, , to flpjaln from a budget-slashing, »ninUed BepuWican Con- much, MS they did in tho lait Congress. "FLIER" SAVED AT SEA—Hospital corpsm.cn Leland B. Whitney, left, of Haclisson, Wis., and Robert P. West,,ot Charlotte, N; C,-, give first aid to n sparrow which made a forced landing aboard the U.S.S. Toledo, while the ship was shelling the coast ol North Korea. Food, warmth, and klndn'ess restored, the 'feathered visitor to flight conditioa ;Singer Denlse Lor models twjo.types of eye glasses, She weirj i<loft) heavy oval frames decidedly curved upward at the iem I with gold trim In swan motif across the top and on the side iFrames (risht) t^re much inore dclicute in design-with m ; upsweep hml tltiy silver leaves and a pear) as dccoratjon at i team was «u«ct>»sful iu the tatt .Cw»,gr«ss In getting and hold- Jug lncwi«s«i appropriations Ic* Arkwasiut interest projects. River and tributaries the table. Other courtesies were Jay Miao Jane loniOnv ot FBltofpobe Crime i m — $4,000,000 ' c ', v Red River below'JQcnjson — $634,000 Bull Shoals Reservoir — 1,000,000 Tablo Rock Reservoir — 3,000,000 Texarkana Reservoir — 5,000,000 IVnXiller Ferry Reservoir — 2.125.000 St Franc-Is River Basin (allotment frum Mississippi River Flood Control) — 1.800,000 Avkansas-\Vhiu--Ri*8 River Basin $115,000 Arknnsus-Whito-Red. River Basin, survey, — 850,000 Greer's I-'orry Darn - planning. $50,000 Fort Gibson Reservoir — 525,000 A Prodigious Report The report of the House Public Works subcommittee wns n prodi-j tnciics. gious affair. U \vus issued in four! McGranery announced late yes parts, the Civil Functions Program • terdny that he was directing thp has been ordered by McGranery to move into the} in vestigation of the NeW York.f ater front, pictured in sworn testimony before the New York State Crime, Commission as the focus of gangster terrorism. Commission witnesses have described the waterfront as the locale of widespread bribery, extortion, shakedowns and strong arm $exarfcana, MJss Mary Coltuin of o* 'he Corps <it Kngineers; theiFBI to undertake a fedeVal IVxarkaua, Miss Nancy Shult* and Flwd Coutiol Progriun of the Da- tigation immediately. ~ ..... ~ ~ Mr*. S, McGUL hundred^ and fifty calltd during th* hours. Hobertaon of Little Rock was Ut« vw&end gu«*t of Miss -gtUa Me Caakitt and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ouss McCaskHl. Mr, «nd Mrs. Royce Smith of M««nolia w«rc the w«t»k end gu^ts of Mr. and Mrs- Tom Bemis. They . . ems. ey •• »** «; A were joined Sunday by iheir son. j TWO Wqlk Away "~ ~ ' Norwood, who arrived from Pujr- du» Univ*r*ity to cp«ad the day» with his parents. Mr- «Ad Mrs jaoMy nn ta SftClnn.U. Qhi* R. Bemis and the boUdays thc gwests jwrwau, Mr- and Mrs. partmeiil of Aju'loulture; The Al- "The Department of Justice," location o£ Cv>sts of Federal \Vaterjsaid, "which has been watching Bcsource Development Projects;: the New York waterfront situation and the Economic ICvaluatimi of for months, now has sufficient avi- Federal Wator Bosaurot> Develop- donee of federal law violations to warrant a full-scale investigation.' Its recommendations would fill aj McGranery did not go into .4*- \._iUKl deal mostly with proced-! tails in his statement, and Justice ~ some Department officials declined to elaborate. . Gov. Thomas E. D«wey declined comment, but in New York £ chief investigator for the Stele Crime Commission, Joseph Ka|tr, said the group would offer to the FBI "any and all assistance and urc, Thvy will bo studifd From Plone Wreck LITTLE ROCK. (* — A student aviator and his passenger walked away, unhurt, fi-om a plane crash in * cotton field near here about sundown yesterday. Tfee pilot \viis Walter Bullock, ail-plan* and e«3ine mechanic by the U.S. Pubtic ftt Arkanson on Plane Is on Way Home BATESVJLLE;, w — A-SC way- mond Ferguson, who escaped frpm the plane crash at Moses LaH«. Wash., in which 87 servicemen died, is on his way home again- by train. Ferguson telephoned Mrs. Floy Row, secretary of the Red Cross here, telling her to ask his parents to "hold up Christmas until I get there." He is expected to arrive Friday. The 22-year-old Air Force cokp told Mrs. Row he had promised his mother that "I'll never ride another airplane as long as I live.' Ahrent, who set the> official batik loss at $33,090, saidii antfjof tb« men was armsd with ti^o automatic pistols, while the ottter carried one automatic. ,ij Arkansas and Missouri State Po- 6 set up roadblocks in the area' but the barriers were withdrawn at 4 ' p.m. yesterday utter no of the bandits had been found. State Police iOperator Charles A. Dukes at Newport said officers were hunting an ex-convict another man for questioning i robbery, but emphasized that neither of them was listed as 'suspect." Sheriff Harper said the. bandi: apparently had studied -the bat carefully. He said that when thi entered, they approached Bro 1 and Miss Butler and asked, "Wn is .the .other girl." Mrs. Ahn was out of sight In the .office the time. "I .Harper said today he hadj a ^finite lead on two Missouai %on who formerly lived in Arkansas and were in the bank the £iny before the holdup. He did not identify the pair. ; Mrs. Ahrent said she Relieved the two men came into the bank last and week obtained silver lor soqie bills. | It required nearly six years to bring chinchillas from Chile to the United States. Their native homo is high in the Andes mountains and they could be moved down safely only a iew thousand 'feet annually. erfront "a stench in the nostrils of the community." The commis sion has no power to punish wrongdoers but it can seek remedial legislation in Albany. Its .aim in the -waterfront probe has been to seek background .on .dock rackets which are -bleeding on estimated 350 million dollars annually from New York City's .seven billion dollar a' year fihip' ping industry. The commission has heard sworn testimony that the AFL International longshoremen's Association (ILA) is infested with mobsters practicing graft and terrorism, and that shipping and "stevedoring firms tolerate gangsters in the because they keep the dock w6rk- ,ors in :line. It has also heard testimony Uniting dock gangsters with polifica: figures. :' Mayors John V. Kenny of Jersey City and Fred N. DeSaplo ol Hoboken were accused of working hand-in-glove with dock .racketeers —a charge .both denied. And for mer Mayor William O'Dwyer ol New York City has described as having kept some waterfront scon dais under cover while he was district attorney. U.S. Atty. Myles J. Lane in New York he favors the FBI •probe ordered by McGranery, his superior. "I agree with the attorney gen eral and approve .his .action 10' per cent," Lane said. "Ther.e is a plentitude of evidence of apt? on the waterfront tp war ran investiga^ffin. and indictments." Bonk- Continued from 2>ag« ,pne 5-feet-9, 180 to 170 poundj, wear- Ing a red shirt, grey trousers hat. ,' ' 'I Outnumbered Continued from Page fone repeatedly during the past! several days in radio broadcasts ^ and in leaflets showered over the lines from Communist planes, j The Communist thrust was unique in that the Chinese; rushed forward in the familar '"human sea" attacks without the usual intensive Communist artillery and mortar preparation. Appar?rJ •Reds had hoped to overwh,'en numerically inferior U.N. j forces through a sudden, surprisq' attack. The attempt was •flop -for the Reds. It is believed that son}e fossil sharks -were as much as 90 foet long when Mving. TO WISH YOU the Dewey's long-time close associate, Herbert Brownell, is slated to replace McQvenery as attorney geoeral when the Eisenhower |d- ministration takes over Jan, 36- Wednesday, December 24,1952 HOM STAR, HOM, ARKANSAS SOCIETY Phone 7-3431 Between 8 A. M. and 4 P. M. Calendar Wednesday, December 24 The Christmas Eve Service of St. Mark's Episcopal Church will bo held Wednesday night, December 24, at 11:30 p.m. Sunday, December 28 Miss Edith Mnssey will teach thc Jett B. Graves Sunday School Class Sunday morning, December 28. Girl Scout Troop 9 Has Christmas Party Girl Seoul Troop No. £l held their Christmas party Tuesany afternoon at the Little House with Julia Peck and Linda Rogers ns hostesses. This troop is under the direction of Mrs. Frank Ynrbrough and her helper, Jane Burroughs. Following a short business session, games were played and gifts were exchanged. Refreshments were served to Hi members present. Christmas Luncheon Held by Dahlia Garden Club The Dahlia Garden Club held their Christmas luncheon at the home of Mrs. B. F. Johnson, Jr.. with Mrs. J. C. Corlton and Miss Lulle Allen as co-hostesses on December 19. A turkey dinner was served buf- | fet style with the guests seated at smaller tables. Each table wns covered with n rod table cloth with a red candle in the center. Miniature Christmas corsages were given as favors. Gifts were exchanged from n I lighted Christmas tree. Other Christinas arrangements wore placed at vantage points throughout the house. Mrs. J. c. Carllon gave thc Christinas story. Visitors present were Mrs. E. O. | Wingfield. president of the City | Federation of Garden Clubs, Mrs. ; Arch Moore of the Daffodil Club, Mrs. Charles Agee of the Iris Club and Mrs. J. M. Harbin of thu Lilac- Club. anr FyR«ifyti * SAENGER LAST DAY RlPi FOR LOVE! READY FOR REVENGE! CORNEL WiLDE-IERESJl WRIGHT THURS. & FRI. DRAKE'S CAFE Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Drake SPECIAL CHRISTMAS SHOW Special Premiere Showing badgirlofshow business! Boxoffice Open 1:45 Thursday ® SATURDAY e KIRBY GRANT & CHINOOK (Wonder Dog) "YUKON GOLD' k// RIALTO ROY ROGERS & TRIGGER "MY PAL TRIGGER" Today &Thurs. ZANY, ALL- AMERICA LAUGH- BACKS! vint ^^^^^ u ,ut. JOHN BROMFIELD MONA KNOX VEDA ANN BORG HEY LOOK! C3CARIOON Friday & Saturday • Erich Yen Stroheim VfRA RALSTON Volentine Family Reunion Held Sunday A family reunion wns held at the home of K,-v. and Mrs. Lullu-r Volontine Sunday, Dec. 31. Those attending wore Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Volentino and daugh- M Nmicy Kn - v - ° r Hope, Mr. and , Mrs. Horace Volontine and d;\ugh- j tor, Brendn Ann, of Cheyenno VVv- joimng. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Vol- enline and daughter, Sherry Lynn of Dallas, Mrs. Jennie Volentine nnd James, Miss Leanne Stinson and Mr. Eddie Walters ot Dallas, Icxas. Coming and Going Cpl. Troy D. Laha of Mineral Wells, Texas, and Cpl. Forrest L Seward of Elk Horn. Wisconsin are visiting Cpl. Laha's parents ! Mr. and Mrs. Dan Laha. I * , ~^,. tl ., n i ^ luu t^UC^iLK Mrs. Holland's mother, Mrs. L K. Dildy. Mrs. Steve Carrigan, Jr., will have as holiday guests, her daui'h- tcr, Mrs. Hoy F. Prathc-r, Mr. Prathcr and Mary Delia Prathor of Little Rock. Lieut. W. D. Henry, USN is ' spending the Christmas holidays with his wifejind ,-elalives. ' j WASHINGTON ,;r, _ Wln-mont Mr inri M ~~^ , ,r | denials have tonic from several of MemnhU T S ' " n H " 11; » lci P "'' S "" S among lh- 30 scholars and of Memphis, ienn., are the guests officials for 1,-ading educational foundations named by Louis Bud- eriK yeslt.-rdny as members ot the Communist party. , Buden;: is the former managing York City, who publicly re- editor of the Daily Worker, Com munisl paper published in New, nounci'd communisn in l!l-l!i and is j now on the stall of Fordhai vorsily. "A professional liar,"' hi „ . , midget mines, shown nbove.'will soon be ,„,„„,. ,, , , . ., . ( '8»i">8 in Kores, Weighing only 4V« ounces apiece, the tiny n l,- n \ Im \ d * of plastlc and rpnil ° l bc located by conventional mtne detectors, Powerful enough to ciipple or kil anyone stepping on It, the mine costs about $2.50 to produce, as compared to th« . ue !"" n j!_l°. st ot lhe "-Pound World Wai 11 unit-personnel mine,- ; : / Few Scholars Deny Being Communists By RUSSELL BRINES Mr. and Mrs. Dilford Berry and i children, Hershel Dwaync- nnd j Shirley Jane, of Houston, Texas, l , arrive tonight to spend llio '. ' calll>d Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Russell, Jr.. of Dallas will arrive today to spend the Christmas holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harrell and Mrs. Lois Russell '.lames Fuller Russell of Dallas —______ j rend to him by Harold M. Keolc, Irs. D. E. Evans is spending i comr »''tce counsel. Budcnz said ho Christmas holidays with her : knt ' w tllt>In to navo heen Com- lyhter, Mrs. Jack Murray and j numists fl ' ( >m personal experience -„- „,,„ „, , - "»e of the men he ac- Christmas holidays with Mr. Ber- • t '"''"-' cl - "Absolutely and unquali- ry's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy ; J ' i '' illy falsifying his testimony, giv- Berry. en before a House committee • ; which is trying to determine whether tin- funds of tnx-freo foundations arc being used for sub- W'rsivo nclivitk'S. Buch'iiz has appeared nuim-rcuis lime:; before congressional com mitlee.s and he says, has rceount- -_..„. ..n..^,, Ul i JU „».-. ocl lo tlle FBT al K' - P«t length is spending the Christmas holidays i wnat hc knoxvs of Communist par- with his mother, Mrs. -Lois Rusiell. i ty "diviHes. I Tn his appearance yesterday, he Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ealm nnd chil- I ticl<< -"-' "if M persons — some of dren of Texarkana and Mr. T. Y. ;' nt>m well known — as being Corn- Gibson of Palrnos .spent the week i nlllriis t- party members before ho end with Mrs. D. E. Evans. ' C|uit in 1!)45 - A list of names wns —______ Irene! to him by Harold M. Keelp Mrs ~ '- -•'" - - the daughter. _ „..„, „,,„ . -.., ..„ Mr. Murray in Shreveporl."'' """ '• !lntl fl ' ol « his access to party docu- i ments. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Berry ; M:ln .v of them hnd hcpn de- and daughter, Cathy, of Gibsland. • !:t ' 1 "''- H ' d ;ls Communists before, nnd La., are visiting Mrs. Berry's par'! somc n:ir] denied it. But commit-'- "' - -- tee officials said Budenz for the first time described as a Rod Thomas I. Emnrson, now a pro lessor ^ at the Yale Law School. C'.idenz was "dreaming up ''things" and he declared: "I have never ,-' i "pen a member of the Commu- Mr. and Mrs. \V. T. Rogers and ; ' llst I 3art .v »nd could not possibly son, Ronny, of Houston,. Texas. hav c. been listed as a. member on i '" ' - theu; records." • '* ' Officials of. the House group said Emerson received a grant this ycnr from the. 1 Guggehhcim Foun- i dauon. • Miss Betty Amos of the Univer- • Tn , c 1T1OS<; heated denial of Busily of Oklahoma is spending the de nz's news testimony came from holidays with her parents, Mr. ! Dr ' Linus Pauling, a former and Mrs. O. W. Amos. | atomic scientist who is now a pro-' fessor and chairman of the Divi- Mr. and Mrs. Louis Howard of sion of Chemistry and Chemical! t>nllas will arrive today to spend i Ensineerins at California Institute Christmas with Mrs. Howard's par- °f Technology, , ents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Coop. Of Budcnz's testimony that he 1 i had been a Communist party mem- Mr, and Mrs. Vincent Keith and ber "under discipline, " Pauling uighter, Jean of Dallas, will spend ;.'•aid at Pasadena- ' i mnih h0 ' k M yS K . Wi A h r. Ml ' S - Keith ' s l " This "tutement is a lie. I have. refatiles P> ' WVC '' bwn U mcmber ° f the Com ' | munist party, and I have sworn Mr. and Mrs. Ebb Johnson of • '° th ' S fact ' Texarkana, will •^ '^^ i '**** m ^^^^^' mm ' n ^ l ^^^''^^' 3 ''''»'''»'>'^< l '^'''f'fi''H^l^lHfHf^ii^mf^- VISITING FIREMEN-Thelr "uniforms" are dlltercnt, but their" occuputioni are the same. The robed and bearded Won, above, being shown the latest thing in Ore-flKhting equipment In Chicago are members of a religious sect with headquarters,at Ventura Cn if. One of the missions which they have^undertaken is tha fighting of oil and forest fires, barefoot, and clad in their habits.' From left: Brother Claudius, Harry Hughes, Don PritU, and Krishna Venta, ' ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Collins Mrs. II. M. Daniels of Clue-ago will arrive this afternoon to spend the holidays "with Mr. alid Mrs. W. L. Hobhs and Mr. and Mrs. H L. Hanegan will arrive Friday to spend the week end with Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Hobbs. Mrs. Rogers is the former Bertha Sparks. with Mrs. Johnson's mother Mrs ! pa P'V' s a " a .Passional cx-Com- E. G. Coop, and other relatives. ! miln .' st - K:lrllt1 ' statements made Clubs \s£of\ —— ot, PflUl ; *»iiiiiiij£ o <4 n Jui i j Mf i wi me The Ozan-St. Paul HD Club held hoard which chooses those who ie- by him have caused me to sus- i:t that he is a liar. 'Now I know that he is a liar— professional liar." Pauling is a member of the V- als drew names for another year. TWO Christmas boxes were fixed for shut-ins. The surprise pack- LOOKS LIKE QUITE A HEADACHE-Sculptress Cornelia Brendel Foss admires her creation, "Harlequin Head," which is on display at the first "Meeting in Italy" art show, in Rome, which is the first of a series of shows to be held throughout italy, Cornelia, who is from Germany, is one of 82 artists from 15 nations whosa works .arc on display at the show, their Christmas meeting in the home of Mrs. Monroe Stuart. Ten members and two visitors were present. Mrs. A. W. Stevens presided over the business meeting. ;u;c- was won by Mrs. 'still. Mrs. Mrs. Monroe Stuart gave the de-: Jesse MeCorklo v.as given a prize vntional. the Christmas story from for being the only member with a Matthew and Luke. Mrs. Floyd 100-per cent attendance record-this Matthews had charge of the pro- y--ar. The hostess served cookies gram, conducting sevt-rul Christ-''" 11 ^ drinks t o 14 members. Next mas games and presenting Nancy ""-"''" the eiub will meet with Mrs. Lou Matthews who sang "Uudolph - Vt ' ! ' a s P' d!i - :s witn Mrs - H- K. Pat- The Red Nosed Reindeer." After ; lel '*"" as '^-"ostt-ss. gilts were exchanged from the I .,„,.„ ., ~~. Christmas tree, refreshment, were 5j ^ V """."lu - , , f ••<,•„,,> •„ ,i u . U; Th <-' annual Christmas paily of. i .>c-ivc-d oy the hostess The next - lhe Ho , kv Mound C)ub svPas U. ld Us meetmg will be with Mrs. Lewis Ueccit , bfr r 18 at the home of Mrs. bluart - j Coy ZiunwaH 408 W. 16th street. ~— i The meeting was opened by the Jr elrose ! club singing Christmas carols. The' Melrose Home Demonstra-i The devotional was read by Mrs. tion Club met December 17 in the i Ivy Mitchell followed by thu group home of Mrs. J. W. McAdarns with , repeating the Lord's Prayer. Mrs. Thelma Meadows as cohostess ! After a brief business session for their Christmas party. Mrs. Me- j gifts were exchanged and new sec- Adams gave the devotional read- ret pals were selected «ng Matthew 1:18-25 and Luke 2:1- Mrs. Blackwood was presented a 16. As a prayer each mjjmber told lovely gift, what she was thankful for Mrs. Delicious " T-...-,. ^,,^ y^p^tk,, jgader, W £ S j erV4S j ceive fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation. Officials of tiio foundation in New York noted that he has sworn he is not and never has been a Communist. Budenz's testimony also involved persons receiving help or connected with Rosenwald Fund, the Rockefeller Foundation, the Marshall Field Foundation, the Russei; Foundation, the Rosenberg French ' Continued from Page One a requirement for close scre- Jna of crewmen as to their political affiliation'!, any criminal! records and olhe/ matters— W not the only point at l$sue. Considerable criticism has been French Call in Ex-Premiers for Parley PARtS, ,(UP) i- President Vliv cent Aurlol held emergency talks With former premiers Reno Plenvcn end Edgar Fntsre today us Franco wallowed without n government in Its deepening polltlcnl crisis. Lntfc Atirlol was to confer with nt Icnst four more ex-premiers Inj new efforts to find n successor for! Premier Antolnc Pinny, who resigned cnrly yesterday. Plovln said nftcr n 45-minute conference with Aurlol they discussed "n vnrloty ot subjects". Ho snld ho told thu president thnt If tho constitution Is not amended to guarantee premiers at least 18 months In office, crises like iho present one will bo "unceasing." Fnure, a rndlcnl .soclnllst, sold after his talk with Aurlol thnt he thought nil pnrtles except Iho Communists should be brought Into n new nnttonnl coalition. Auriol's nppolntmcnt Hat Includ- : od tnlks Inter In tho day with Reno' Mn.vcr, Jules Moch nnd Adro Diet- holm. Moch is n landing Socialist, Diethelm IB n supporter of .General Chnrlos Do Gnullo, wartime resistance lender who ]nst night appeals for n regime thnt could "put new. llfo" into France. LnUir In the day Aurlol wns to talk with three other os-prcmlors ~ Paul Rcynmid, Edoimt-d Dnln dler and Felix Gouln, then rocclvo delegations from n Socialist and Communist parliamentary groups. Frnnco has grown accustomed to recruiting political crises In ro cent yonrs, but Auriol's efforts to form nn 18th'postwar government look 6n unusunl urgency' because of major economic nnd foreign problems plaguing Franco this month — notnbly In Indochlnn nnd North Africa. Gonulc, who since 1048 has been awnltlng Iho moment for his return' to leadership In France, issuod n| 400-word communique last night calling for nn nil-out hoiisoclonnlng In tho French government. Pnris newspapers today were ell-1 vldnd In their eclltorinl appraisals! of Pinny's resignation. The Icttwlng newspaper Popul- nlrt> blasted Pinny as "n small, rneftii Irascible man, n dirty player who, when he saw he was losing, violently swept the cards away." Tho rlghtwing newspaper Co Mntln, on the other hand, prnlsod Pinny for stabilising French currency and said "It was thp first time since liberation that such a result was achieved," L# BIO MOUSETERY-Klt confused. Prom all h« , from his mother, mleo >Un\<' from cpta, but mammftVl' told him about rubbcf',i They bounce right < bapHJ- feline funny business wcrtt'tt tho National Cat Club's' eh! pionshlp show which .Wti • ' >in London, England. At least 2,000 different spij snnkos arc known. IT'SAU'VE6ETABLi FOR DIGESTI^ COOKING The filament spun by the silk work Is about I/1200th of an Inch thick. WANTED 500p; TELEPHdi POLE! * ' Lengths 20 to v For prices delivered t g Hrnbqr, Call . . , " RufusMai 1 Phone. 7-3083 or 7-'. TO ALL OF YOU,,, /gj MY FRIENDS AND ','' CUSTOMERS ' • .£'i MERRY CHRISTMAS': and a HAPPY NEW CITY CAFE JAMES HEMBREE t 'V A •ITKU r I'uiiuaiiuu, inu nuatJiiUcLK - , —--nit---* «•»»»» •**•*•»* Foundation of California, and the. «»ned at a section retaining the American Peoples Fund, sponsored 'i P rust "» system ot national quotas by Frederick Vanderbilt Field. M«r irnmigrants. 1 'I'VtCi Tlicr^ln.k Budeiu testified he' had many times "as a Communist" with Frederick Vanderbiit Field. After hearing Budenz's testimony that the Kremlin deliberately sought to capture American educational and philanthropic founda- the House group recessed !S indefinitely. LITTLE Liberte as reporting th? 28? crew members gave only their name* but refused to answer ques He said among them were with Communist connections one wij;h a theft conviction in France, making these three a.(jto. matically inadmissible. Forty-thiee others were ed to have had idenfifjcatw mtnU which apparently bad Vf&2£^\?^ tampered wito."'Another ^M> \C\^ MW.to have_d e fe c tiy« wWch might .. Lshws Replace Your Posi With Our ^Penta-Treoted 11 We hove a „ „, , r .. rv . in all sizes andllj|^Mt Special prices prrtij pr more. We also hove boms and Ui

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