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Attack In Church
| Mrs. M.ittu C. Dendy. < lt> North
Panther. .lied of ;i heart attack .it
' her home Thursday night it M
>tle was attending services at the
Church of Uod where she was a
, member, when she became ill. and
died a short time after being taken
to her home. She was T8 years old.
Born November 2S. 1*77, in Leon
County, she wa- married to K. C.
Dendy in It**) in Grose beck. Mr.
Dendv proceeded her in death in
She had been a resident or
Brecfceiiridge since I !>• > 1, coming
AWAIT NOD FROM TRUMAN
Governor Is In
By TIKM AS P. NKI.SON
ed rn?*s Stafl
ARRf\ E> Ft riii-T f'• • -
arriv «<! f M,m | ;id -p« rt«i
an*i -Vdlai vi*n « n, f>«
foreign policy <>f Ire id* ht hisenhower
appearance h*-f i the I>ei «►«• utic ( * nv
ll. S. Forces Are
an, eerier, walk* out of train station in Chicago after
t *et M T u ruia was Chicago's M avor Richard Daley, left,
a-pirant. I*:umau is expected to bear down heavily on
>e< re tar;, of State John Foster Ihilies daring a scheduled
Here from Brown County. > ... ., ... . .
tune.;., , aiigemcnts aie pend- 1 1 r* >,aM orrespondenl
ing ul the Ait -iton Funeial home.
tfunal will be in the Breckenndge s CSi,,,P .
Cemetery beside tho body of her that even an endorsement ho.n
husband 1 M>ovr Averell Harriman by t« i
Survivors are four daughter*; ^ lesident Tiunun wouldn t
Adiai hi. >t.
_ ,u , West Stands Pat
Flexible Enough A r ..
For Emergencies ®n Suez Meeting
necessarily hurt their convention
fav mite's chances.
The Stevenson aides argue that
Southern delegates, who are col.1
to Harriman's civil rights views
Mrs. Sam Harrison and Mrs. L. C.
liibbte, botii of Breckenndge,
Mrs. Robert Cheek and Mrs. S. W.
Bu.tmi, both of Salinas, Calif:
four sons. Jack and Gene of Breck
etuidge, K. t.. ot Odessa and Doc would join the Stevenson band
of t..MMtyvar. Ariz.; three brothers, wagon if Mr. Tinman gave Har-
Aniirew Mcknignt of Norman riman his political blessing.
tree. Ike of Bryant and <iord*>4l of Stevenson and his strategists
} Be. ville; three sisteis, Mrs. Mag- played .. waiting game today mi
^ie Bojd of Owens, Mrs. Mary til Mr Truman announces whom
i t alker of Houston, and Mrs. Ar- lie favors for the Hcin.icratir
thui .\l< Allister; _ > grandchildren presidential nomination.
and lb great grandchildren.
WASHI N< > I • >N *r Pl - Itefense
SecreW^j Charles E Wilson said
today that Auitl.u'st armfrt forces
are ft**ifet. enough to meet "what-
ever situation might ari«" with
whatever w.-apons are needed.
AsaiR.it U background ot rising
Army concern mat the nation is
becoOllllX too deeply Comm.tte.t to
air-atomii strategv and slighting
L nvention.ii foices. Wilson .-aid
"euipRasi- ha- been placed on
weapon* b -st calculated to d> ter
I Hat was an obvious reference
to air-atomic power. But the m*c-
retarv a-seitert that "our nation
is not comitted to a .r:g;e strut
By WILLIAM SK\Tl>\
I n.led I'resj. > a(f ( wreaprnidrM
I/. i VI)«> V The West w ill
iro ahead with next week's con-
Of Son In Auto
Ends In Failure
An In \eai old Bieckeni idjje b<iy
was jailed in Arcl>ei * it> today
fvi .'icu on internationalizing the
Truman's Support 1'nknown
They admitted they don't know
which way Mr. Truman will thiow
Mr. Truman's decision could be
crucial. He indicated he will
break his silence and neutrality
this week end. An endorsement of
pair of Stevenson virtually gives him the
according to most
>U' i C anal despite Soviet objrc-' I
tioiw and an apparent K^y pt.an iMPlFl ■mi wot
Boycott, oflLciai British «>urces j HOUSTON ll }M \
l*ritn*> Minister Sir
tale11 and hotel#!! Secretary Se1- victim and his v\ale eon\.'nti n votes of th«
i , i , a ith adhesive tape, and fttagger-! ,*d for nominatHm.
>u Li \a c« nterreil todav on the . ... .. ™ ,r, . . .
oil olf with mine than I he >teva*ns« n sources said the
.Soviet ^acceptance" which some Aiuch of the loot„ police s;iitl, «lele^at.*s vrho mij*ht be inllu-
brit.sh s« ui< aid was an droit included su« h v\ei«;hty items as I, need toward Harriman by a dec
o tu.n tile -I nation conierence ",,m P< niiies. 4.0011 nickels and a laration from Mr. Truman already
marked hijackers raided the home nomination,
Anthony ot a drive in isroca-ry owner Uniay, strategists. Steven^oi claims ♦win
: targe a>>oiimcut of quarters and have come out for
o.to a "tm-ee ung international ,|u|( a„ m,„e the basis of that Mr. Tru
circus. than 1IW poun.ls. man has b.-en near his corner.
t.den was in constant contact The victim* were Clyde J. Ivey Another guess heard often from
a 1.11 v .i.-n.i g'.on a 1 .1 t ar:s on l.i« , l, and his wife Crystal, -I". Tile \ ; Stevenson btickers was that Mi.:
ivi • mi 111 3 !• p.y to tile estel 11 operate tile C Jk C di ive in gr.werj . | Truman might find a loophole and
l«i\ ...i, aau the Soviet .-ugg. s- Tl.e l\e^- live in a ga.age, not endorse anyone before tile con
ticn.- io. p... ipoii.iij; me wii.er-1 apartrncut behind their stole. | ventem His rnntimml neutral pa '
eny." He «a.d "fle*ib.iit;, ha.- been alte. o.-ing app:ei,..iil> d .n a >.;i
retained to meet with the most' ueioi.ging to an Afttiene man, th.
appropriate. W.apon.- whatever -it- In spile ol etioito i nis lather - . - ,
Uation might arise." to stop him h. 1 e >e.-ttida> alte. . cute, niovuig u tr -*«iro aaal eu- f They tol.l poiu-e they fouml the J siTion would
Wilson'* comments were made noon. .a.gnig it .0 inc.uoe Communist bandits in their apartment when supporters.
in th.- I>efense I department's re- lolae • hief Bob Whitiey said' tUK A,i ® woiio. they closed up the store shortly Stevenson M es Today
port to I'le-ident Kisenhowei ..nd the taiiiei ...,a his son dicing a Aitm-ugli t*.g>pt nas not replied after midnight. Stevenson was expected to move
Congress fo. trie >eai which end- car here ne knew d'd not belong to .0 tne mestem invitation, mere Ivey said when he turned on the today from his farm hto.ii> neat
fdiJune ■jo, 1The Pentagon ntm, and tarte«l alter him in tile A>ia ..Ltle uouot I'.gyptia.1 fc'resi- apartment lights the two men surburban Libertyville, HI., to the
gave no explantaion for the al- hope ot preventing liouuit dent t.aiiui .-vmlei . asser wouid were in the liv ing neim, g u n s I convention he.id<]Uarters hotel in
\ttei a 1 nase 01 atX'Ut l. miles uoycott toe st-ss.on alHI let uic drawn, waiting toi them. Ivey I'llicago. His campaign manager,
to tile north the latliei came uai k ->ov ki. and I nd,an icpi esciitatives tried to diaw his pistol but .lames A Finneg.in, alreaily was
nu>st 14-month delay in i.-suing the
the tlHi-piige report.
Rep<irt- for rh«' 1X -nontrrs p^ri-
cd ending la>t l>ee. .'il. and the
year ei din^ List Jun*- >0 also an-
Today's report contained fore-
cast* "f new t iiitary manpow r
cuts which would have spaiteed
, . | •* ••■wm « uo .■ 1/ / ■ ii> > n u w «
big controversies t ■ „.de• publa An.h, I „unt> .She,ill's Depart
a .year a|To at a time when the
fortes already had loped off
t «H men n th - pieeediny 1-
months. That n -w cuts ate ci m
mg in common lini w|f(t^r. just as
i-i Ttl«* report's forecast of higher
defense spending in cominir years.
and r^portetf tile to . 11 ^-onaou stale nis case.
p -ac«- officers. I*w tpone.- I'rip
l .l** cat. .AOtlene police said, was! Inioimc-u source^ in tano said
the p:op« ity Of Ooyie K. u' -ie w.w ^"stp« mi y; a trip 1.0 .Hos-
AtMiene and was r«*p« .ted stolen ; cua to irin.wi. ,n v pt uuiin# me
u.1 11:4i> o oock lhui-«lay motnuif;. Mnito?ru.e " n oiur wo o*- in coui-
fn >outh Wvi.-, appifm nded Dv po-ie coiuiot «o i*.iidevelopments.
.gvptian diplomatic sou ices in
merit at p. m. -H- .cuw sam eari.et he wouid t>c
the auto it was said, was taken tio cvicmuii next weea. j
Horn N. ith and < ypiess Ms. .So otticiai Briiian leply to Kus-
UetTtive Warren i^nlson o| the! sia was expt-cuu unti calen cuii-
tht u^!it better of it
The gunmen '
installed in the $150 a day suite
• n the 'S->I ii floor of the hotel.
Coach Attending Had Heard of Buckaroo
VISITING NY SCOUTS SW1I
INTIL NEE HOWS It RANK
Explorer Scouts from the Ten- r -xt night. They will stay in Lit-
SEEN or HEARD
^ By C. M. H.
A. H. Miller. C-C president, said
tndav a business project worked
on lor city for «ome time is be-
ginning to look encouraging— visit
from pro-perts expec ed wm
\\ ith font ball humming lately we
asked if the Tenas > • . I .
will bea> Texas I year, and
got the answer "}>• " .1 ire-
men report no alarms in past
Ahiierie 1'olice Department was suits ms a..as. nut olnciai sources
quoted as sa> ing men from the -a.U 01 .ta.n v.as tirm.y Oelermined Valley Council of the Boy tie Kock, Arkansas. Friday night
I ay lot « ounty Sheriff's Depart- i l® g anead wun me 01 igmai con- Scouts of America camped at Ml- and arrive home late Saturday,
meat would probably return the idem, ..n tae specitic topic ot i(.r ^ark last n.ght enioute to their They aie true Scouts, too, for
youth to Abilene Friday morning. "aci ig tne -"^uez unuer uuvinu- hemes in Alabama. Representing Welborn said they weren't a bit
A statewide pickup *as put out on noua. control. • towns in northern Alabama, the tired, they were I.H.king forward
the cai bj Aoileru police. liie o.licial sources stressed group was composed of 25 boys and to nior ■ fun and excitement, and
I he auto it was -ant, was in thai dritisa and r ielicit miiuarj three adult leaders.
when asked this
K od running con*t.tion.
No Relief From
Heat Wave Seen
By I'MTKD PKESS
Texas lemained in tile giips of
a heat wave today and no relief
is in sight.
In tact, the five day weather
U>recast show.- that temperatures
* t i to • degiees hottei <>vei
:ikies wele clear this morning;
Aniarilio iep<.rt>-«t distant lignt
hatett for the
have made the
trip to end. They
trip in an air-con-
pi> cautions we,K continu.ug. I hev T be bo;-s are returning f> om
-a.d ine na.t.i.g ot a O.g airutt 01 their I'hilmont Lxpedition. The
„ .. i expedition is an outdoor adven-
iroop.- to the Jtedtteilaneaii was * Scouts where they spend
j"..or -4 nouis out not ^ ,m th(. tr:ll|, prep.,ring
vain ii* d. He a.ililt was to have thrown meals, hiking, or making
oeyun tistay. | trips in their various special in-
Nole l a uses Confusion teiests. This group hik.-.l about
1 he y est was Utiusii into con i,i: nules in > days.
tu.-ion u> Moscow a assertion it Sam Welboin, J. R. Tuten and
w.il delegate its representative to Ruben Williams weie the adult
Ih.s coiueteiR'e and JHoscow s U-aders v. ho accompanied the. _ ,.L
iui.uie C, ,ay Whetner attendance group. We b..rn is coach of the «hoie lot.more^ Texas on the . k-
• ► mied on acceptance of its pro- football team at < ullman H.gil •' otna rm-i.-i j >a e. r ,
School in Cullman. Alabama. It is than is given credit for. according
"" " paschal Price ot
Breck And Texas
Own Oklahoma D
BRYAN. Tex. U P'—There is a
ill. -i.i Hiv nove to turn the ' t"iVn appn.ximatelj the same to -P*1'- L' 1
in. > said any move to tuin vin er Welborn thf" Bryan T.agle.
-■i uai.on conte.elKe into a V-na- <IZ'' "r MeiKeniaige. weinorn .
t.on ;oeeting woum aua>matica<i>
Lain tn«- conference uito a
-aid. and when asked about his The Oklahoma roster shows that
tn.ee team he replied. "V\e didn't do f cent of the s.,oad is fro,,,
1 ' t.H, good last vein, hut wait until Oklah.m.a, but I'nce points out
rung to the north-northeast at da>
all the people were break tiut theie wer * no la.L.r re
r>. they 11 b. b,.. n port* «f shower activity in the _ . „e.,y . .... ..r -- . _
Dale w.llis has >t.*te uri a leldy meeting migm. drag on' Buckar.vo team, anil asked many HM> I'-r Cent Texan at< aptain
The high ten pe,ature Thursday , ' r month* while Kgypt cwisoi.dat- ,,u, stions about Breckenri.lge J F<1 J^ray of Odessa and Jn ry Tubhs
ig printed on his
r-JTi<>nie on.- suggested
"^ad "pieast- leave the
^riiff and Mrs. Ch-.se
lUyKW m New Mexico or. vacation.
the ring circus. They said such an n,.xt v He had heard of tile that the team is:
l' Hii. U-.iiMi r «:ini anil asked manV 1'^' ' ^ TeXal
a as |o: i.t I 'le.-id". but 1H other itj hl,ul "ll the ^uez Canal.
brand f football.
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Stations in the state had l'Mt ile In Washington American offi- Tuten is a chemical engineer em-
giee, „r higlwi. 'rials were Heartened t.xtay by ployed by the TV A. and Williams •*,t k"'* Wajne .re
Karly mornNtg temperatures to Russia's decision to attend the j is a student at Auburn College, ] h'** _or Bii^kenrtdKe^ ami by
.lay ranged fiom at Amamlo to London conlerence on the Suez majoring in forestry.
Dick Wohlford *«>d thai on k 84 at Wichita Falls. Canal crisis. j The
place •* t9mm ,krT'
■oat oak growing ffl
fM, hi* father a>4 « a. there Ul
1*7"—well -rilH.g Iberr « dwwn
I Mr. and Jirw* Hill
Ulmek fa le**e mwii on %acallon fa
Uutdatm vlr" BUch'-* knee wiill
Kr^ • • • Burle, hnrleson
1. " . |>re*lry heard striking
barbershop chords in Hurley's
ibis morning—sounded like
-ll Aatnl l.onn* lUin No Mo'."
Sunday School Rally Announced
jjr« Vt 1.. Kobeson * ho .d\ - i
tised three kittens .n th's column
to give aw a> has given "ne.
leaving two more to go ,, r*Th
cnr.dge Ponv leaguers will pia
ttowie tonight at H ocl. -k in Mm
*ml Wells in the invitation toui
nament Mr. and Mr . Joe
Francis, former renifents visitmjf
here awl n Moran- said he had
nlenty of water at his Last Texas
* " And. Maybe our c.ty
hfld better Vote a
1 as did Stamford.
TfcHg*" For The Moment: Fle .
nm bp laughl nearly anything that
9 cwngTesoman can.- "
Re'., and Mrs. L. V. Rexin, form
r pastors of the t'hurch of The
Nnzarene. are workers for the va
cation Bible School in progress.
Rev. A. ti. Mc<'lung, pastor, an
noun.es that next Sun.hiy there
> 11 be a Sun.b.y Sch.e.l ially with
'he Rezins in charge There will
he lunrh on the grounds at 1- o'-
clock. and those attending are ask
■d to bring a basket.
The Renins will sing for the oc-
The Vacation Bible Sch.M.I hours
have heen announced as being
from !> a. m. to 11:25 a. m. Alph a
Klder is Sunday School superin
| of Breckenndge.
1(WI per cent Texas at three deep
Searcy of Fort Worth.
bov* swam at th.. Miller ltw per cent Teman at three deep
I* irk poo' until after midnight, left guard—Ken No. thcutt of
..id WVIborn said. "I h-pe we Wichita Halls Buddy Ouje.ky of
didn't disturb the neighbors, but *"'t Worth and CW.yd Shilling of
where we have been there was Sweetwater.
hurdiv enough water to wash y.mr I"" per cent Texan at two d>-ep
face, and vie just went wild when center—Tuhhj* and Hob Harrison
.\e saw so much water and such of Stamford.
a beautiful pool. We certainly :.p- "M P*r cent Texan at starting
predate the hospitality extended .piarterback—Jimmy
a. , and we will remember this as, feirelL
Harris o f
Dl\ ISIIIN WINN KB— I:
Si-ars-Ko.-lnu k -t..i.-, is
left, r.'pi est ullllv; R. I. I'av
Th-.. pl.njUe was awarded th
7T.:> p.i cent to win tin;
annual "Kn.ployces Sale".
i By I MTK! I^RESS)
Candidate - for - gov«- rnor Ualph
Yarhorough scheduled regional,
_m« f tings with .vupport.-rs in A ma ,
rito, Lubbock ami Tyler today
w hile Sen. Price thiniel lined up a ;
netwoik of stations f* r a statewide
television speeeh tonight.
Yarborough returnetl to Kl Paso
the tovn ii where he b.'gan his ca-
iver as a voung lawyer a number
of years ago, anil campaigned
Thursday night, promising that
his five-point soil and water con-
st i vat ion plan would Jick the
hani I made a te1<*vTsion :ipp**ar->
.nice in Fort W orth and repeated
an earlier charge that .Hit-of-state
union boss. - and the National As-
sociation fur th.- Advancement of
Colored I'.-opIc are spending money
.11 an effort to defeat him.
I'rnpose* Cash Aid
11 said that many "independent
thinking union members refused
t. he dictated to** a nd vot.ii for
him, adding: "Tho.-e people know
that I am opposed by outside labor
s and pressure groups such
as the N A A i I which want to con
trol politics in Texas.**
Tli•• fiv. point drought relief
program that Yaiborougn outlined
included: I Long Range drought
letief planning on a "permanent
ba.-is". It—Imni.-diatce "cash aid"
to farmers and ranchers.
" A long-range water plan
based on onstruction of "thou-
sands of liltle ponds, larger dams
.■n the headwaters of rivers and
a hundred l>;g dam.- o| the main
basins .if Texas rivers.
4 Kx painted soil conservation
practices, and a more research on
Kaniel's statewide television
speech originating in Dallas will
begin at 7 p. m. He sai.l he would
"hit ha id on the real issues of the
Keep Busy, Soys
Hoover, 82, Today
SAN KKANTISCO Former
President Herbert H«n ver turned
fi'2 to«hiy with a worH of advice
for fellow oldsters: fcU-ep busy.
^Otherwise \ou will degenerate
into talking to everybody about
your pains and pills and income
tax," he said.
The white-haired, rosy-ski nned
elder statesman who practices
what Ik- preaches planned to pause
in his busy workday to attend a
dinner in his honor given by a
small urroup of old friends at a
istant manager of the local
pla«|Ue from li. H. Fowler,
the |>ullas l>ivision.
ding their quota by
comp«'tition in the
Win Plaque For
J^ears rtn>buck i'o., employees
in the Kreckem i«tge store have hern
awarded a plaque naming them
ilivision winners for e.\*-.ed.n«- lii*• <
♦|tM.i assigned to them in the an
ntial spring "Kmployee" sale. Al
tbtmgh the local store has always
made a good showing in the s;u
this is the first time the local .-ton
has lieeti winner of the division.!
Liuler the dijeetion « t Kob liarh:
son, the l«H*at store e.xceetieti til*•
• |U« ta by 77.1> per cent t« w in ovei
all the Sears stores in the South
The manager of the store is not j
allowed to come into th - store l
in« the sale, ami the assistant man
ager assumes all responsibility.
Prizes for imlividual effort of
th*' employees were award*-*! and
ea«*h employ ee reeei\etl a cash
b«miis for his outstanding t ntr:
bution to the annual sale
Sales personnel of the store in
eludes Hob Hai bison, as.-1-'ant
manager. John Fat I'onner, .VlaM
Keith. Kdwin ,1, Walk**i. San.m>e
Beaid. Kuth I'urry and Jean I'ai
rish. «>pevati*ois employees are \ ii
ginia Toland. Bety Capers, Kste.
Ishmael, Kathivn Sheph«-.*i S*a
viee department employers are Kd
Hageman, ^Sobhy IVeker, "Buz**
(iibson and "Shorty" Ta;. l« i
Be HST Choice
By RAYMOND LAHR
t inted l're>- Staff t. rrespnad««t
t llM'AI.O U'.Cr— Adlai il Stev-
ens.. ii came away empty - handed
liom a \ net v. ith former President
j Tinman today hut indicated that
I he ha.l not .-ought a pledge of sup-
poit lot his bid for the Democrat-
ic pi i .-uleiitlal nomination.
At the same time. Gov. Avereil
llai i.a ..n arrived here to take per*
Sonal charge of his campaign to
co.ne t roii; behind and wrest the
nomination tioin the front-running
St.- en.-oii at n. xt week's Demo-
ciata: ii.itional convention.
Hai i li.iai, was expected to pay
a i -■ I latei today on Mr. Truman,
who has lonjt been legal.led as a
.-.ciot supporter of his old cabinet
' ot I icei.
Mi. Tiumaji will ilispel the mvs-
tei . ali.n.t his intentions Saturday
'>> i.oeling his choice for tile
He was under heavy prestfre
I rom old political associates to
tiu.ea his v. eight behind Harri-
man. Alanj of the early arriving
delegates, however, believe he will
. ii.ioi.-. St. i n.-on because it would
be .till.cult to stop the renouuna-
tion ot the former Illinois gover-
Discussed flat form
Hov ei one of Mi. Truman's
•■ides: Washington associates put
it this way today:
"• >n th. basis of his past atti-
tude. I assume he is going to en-
■l" H an But I can't under-
-t.nid .1 Ste. ens,in's chances of
win ..a the second ballot wouid
still took goiwl."
Stevenson spent :;o minutes this
noiiiing at Mr Truman's hotel
- ..it. i.ut said their discussion did
not involve the nomination.
"We talked about the platform,
.v.* taised ao.iiit the convention but
ilM not talk candidates," he
He sai.l he thinks that he and
Mi. I i uii aa found themselves in
a-aee. .m the civil lights plank
i parti plailoim—the issue
• ll c..n still divide the conven-
ti.'ii and a I feet Stevenson s
Stevenson said his statement
this week favoring a plan giving
"unequivocal nppioval" of the Su-
preme Court decision against
school segregation represented no
<1 oniimied on Page 4)
Aluminum Goes Up
As Strike Result
NKW Y<>KK <1Atumiri'im
workers streamed back t« work
tmlay un«i r t.'ims of a new
three - year, no - strike contract
which ended a nine day strike.
The agreement between the Alu-
minum Company of America and
tile United St.*elwoi kers w ,, s
signed here t« dav.
The Ah •oa- I sw agremenl, sim-
ilar to the recent steel strike s« t-
tlenient, calls for wage increases
ami fling* benefit# totaling
cents per hour over tile three
yea* per hid.
MIAMI il'.it'— A tropical storm
| with win.i- just short of hurricane
Unci- tain., to life in the Atlantic
11. •■an today, posing an immediate
threat to the long string of lee-
... i:l unit windward islands.
Tii- .-toiin with winds already
a; to To miles an hour and still
i- iopiag was lal I miles easit of
'lie leeward v i nil ward chain, 8ni)
- east southeast of San Joan,
l a. . Rico, and I HIIO miles east-
mi; h.-a.-r of Miami.
t he tMipiviil blow, born in a fa-
v . ne spawning ground of hurri-
. .. i s and given the name Betsy,
was moving toward the west at
1". iiilos an hour.
A Xa-.y N. ptune hurricane hun-
• i plain* took off from Jackson-
ii!.- Fla.. to investigate the dis-
Next to hjtesty, your best ]
Big Bemo Show Is On With "Harry"
TheCenter And Plenty Of Hub-Bub
These not to mention Jakie San-f
■in outstanding expert nc. on our
I'hilmont Expedition." They spread
their h< drolls ..n the top of the defer and Dick ( arpenter. backs
bath hoiis.. far their night's sleep, from Breck-nridge. And there will
The group spent the night in be more from Rieckemtdge ne*t ;
Santa Fe. New Mexico, on Tues- | year—Bennett Watts and Jerry |
■lav and vis : d the ( arl-bnd I'm- Payne. |
ins and stayed in 1 ..lisbad the
By INN' tjHl.li I man
I'nited Press Slaff Correspondent ['hon.
CHIC Alio ir.pl— The show's on <!i'. ■
the road. Little ol* Harry's here )- its
Fumii the hub-hub around him
you'd think . . . oil. Well, iv y. r
mind what vou'.l thins. Harry
savs it isn't so He's not in it
But there's no doubt that the
'".proiew of the Demoeiatic nation
veniremen into the legal battle t>> ,
.. . • i , ■ i. nl cmvi
For Robbery Cose
BOSTON ♦!*.?!>—The government
oda\ threw a fresh batch of
Three Admitted To
Why owelli r when you are ill. Rid*
lo or from the honpital in Salter
white Air - Conditioned. Oxygei
Fqnipped Ambulances. Phone
| #hfl 1 #nd M I'J. B. R.
S.ephens Memorial Hospital re
s.rts three admissions and two dis-
nissols for the past 24 hours.
H F. Chaney and Mrs. W. H.
' >'Hara were admitted as surgical
ntient -. Jerry Harrington was ad-
nitted as a medical patient
Dismissals were Mrs. Doyle Cai-
IM N. Court Phone 12M
Partly cloudy and warm to-
night and Saturday. Low to-
night"*. high tomorrow DHL Low
last night ** . high yesterda}
trial of eight
|-at. a jury in th.
i men accused .If
; Brink's robbery.
The jury box was still em
1 day at the grey,
! County Courthouse although
■ veniremen, a rord number,
: been called sin.te Tuesday.
Spectators all but deserted the
courtroom Thursday and one de-
fendant snored as the trial plodded
to the end of the fourth day.
A montonous volley of defense
challenges along wi'h score*
venturer.ien dismissals bei-atis ■ of
fixed opinions frustrated a third-
day attempt to lelect a panel.
■ invention caught fire i rom til
moment former President Tu na
showed his grinning face in
"Hi Harry" they hollered at tile
station. "Welcome. Harry " fhev
whooped at the Sheraton Rlai >• -
stone hotel, where the Trtmans
have a suite-for the duration.
"We love you in southern
Ohio,'* a Democratic platform
committeeman fold him That w; .
during HST's testimony at a plat
form committee hearing Thursday
ind 't was quite i session
In the Blai k. t m > s .Vlr ;, fan
room a night club turneti into a
pews conference room Mr, Tru 1 the room.
at in front of It micro-
;u the sp.it vchere the floor
used to go on. Ringside
were at a scuffling pre-
i.ium IN* niiM* r a tics and press pack-
ed into the pliu-e until the
standees weie bumper to bumper
b. Iiin.l the se.ite -probably violat-
ing all fire laws.
Mi T ruman was happy. Hia
vel y utterance drew applause or
t I laugh.- He said that the man who
1 g* is over to the people the im-
po, tan.-e of the "the welfare of
the Democratic party rather than
ill.- velt.iie of (H.ne.'Kl Motors, will
win this election."
When a question started, "Yoi
is an elder statesman," Mr. T"
man cocked his head and let
-in stion-r finish Then be a a>_
"I want to correct one thing.
Congressman. I don't pose a.-
elrf. .rLlt ciinr, "
Handclapa and guit'awa aw
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