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   Ruston Daily Leader (Newspaper) - September 3, 1953, Ruston, Louisiana                                Sttsimt Hat LIBRARY LOUISI1NS UNIVERSITY Follow The Leader September 1953 Price Five Cents Baton Rouge Police Win Pistol Shoot at Ruston Target Range Baton Rouges police depart ment pistol team topped a field of 13 squads here Wednesday Will Bill Pat Gar ad Thirteen consisting of V afternoon to win the second anfour men with severai al nual Ruston invitational pistol participated in the event Shealy Will Receive National Farm Agents Highest Recognition who recently re tired as farm agent for Lincoln will be honored by the j National County Agents associaj tion at its annual convention in Philadelphia on At that Shealy will receive the associations highest the Distinguished Service with Monroes police dej and following the the This in Alexandria at partment team placing second j Ruston police department and the Louisiana County Agents as the Mayor Beasleys office were sociations annual hosts to the contestants at a bar Shealy also was recognized for and a team representing Louisiana state police in In the individual Trigg of the Baton Rouge po becue dinner at Fraser The feed was highlighted by lice department edged Ot1 the presentation of the trophies his outstanding contribution to agriculture in Louisiana over the past quarter of a ac well of the Monroe PD for first j to the three top teamsand three cording to Max Madij place and Hamilton finally e top Mayor Beasley j son parish farm agent and presi merged from a threeway tie to j and Tobe range officer j dent cf the Louisiana take third j for the made the presentaj Shealy retired from his Some 60 shooters participated j j position with the state agricultur in the bMpshooting So close was the competition in j al extension service this year on contest which was run off in seven different One e for had the con testant face the draw and shoot six times on singleaction Another event called for the shooter tp stand with back to ward the twist body without moving and file at Each of the events in the con test duplicated an actual circum stance in which a police officer had found himself faced with life or depending on his abil ity to draw rapidly and shoot Points were scored on total hits in vital time And the modern day peace of on evidence exhibited here Wednesday could well hold his own with the famous law officers of the wild and wooly west in the heydey of Wyatt Army Cancels Plans For Manpower Slash By United Press The Defense department has canceled a scheduled Army man power Pentagon officials say the present draft rate of 000 men a month will remain in forie until a real peace is a thieved A spokesman says it be foolish to weaken the military position in the Far East simply because a truce has been The Air cut 900 to 1000 planes from current production The assistant Air Force Roger told Washington newsmen that 75 per cent of the eliminated planes are fighters and bombers scheduled for delivery two years from Lewis says the pro duction which is expect ed to save between and will not interfere with the buildup toward an in terim goal of 120 the individual matches that four j advice of physicians after serving j tests were needed to determine j 24 and onehalf years as parish the winner of first farm He has been suc Trigg and Otwell were tied with j ceeded by total out of a possible They were tied with hits credited and tied on time Trigg finally emerged the winner when a checkup of high score on first event revealed he washalf a point ahead of Hamilton won third place on hits defeating Martin Continued on Page 8 Banking Problems Outlined to Rotary Banking Problems was the subject of Rotarian James Tar vers talk at the Ruston Rotary club Tarver is a member of the staff of the Rus ton State Born and raised in Webster par ish and a graduate of Alabama Polytechnic Institute at during his years as parish farm agent has helped and has seen Lincoln Buiidng Permits In Ruston During August Hi A building permit is sued to the Lincoln parish school board for a brick veneer house topped the list of August per mits which totaled The located in the ONeal subdivision north of the high will be the future home of the Ruston high school prin Three bedrooms are pro vided in the floor plan of the contract for which was let to Atkins Construction com The building is contracted for completion not later than 1 but the construction comj es the house j William Dean May Be Released Soon Reds Say Health Is Good Dubach Rodeo Will Draw Ruston Riders By The United Press The Chinese communists they are ready to hand over Maj William The Reds say Dean has arrivec I at the communist repatriation Between 25 and 30 members of center of only six miles Ruston will journey from Panmunjom and be readv for occuoancv Ions i UP Dubach this afternoon to The communists say the Amer be read tor occupancj long take pgrt in the grand opening of ican js very good i the fall Some of the health and has gained GO I ton riders will make the trip us pounds during his three years of I ing their own trailers others wiir One of the 89 load on the truck engaged by soldiers liberated last that Other permits topping the Aug ust list included to a Birks for a residence a ticket issued to Henry Roane for addition of a room and SHEALY above recently garage to Robert Brooks for retired county agent of Lincoln adding two rooms to Sam will receive Cooper for repairs and parish come from a onecrop sysmemDers tern of rundown farms to a j welldiversified agriculture withj several sources of Shealy has been cited for out standing work in poul pasture and peach produc guished Service award of the Na jn to other per tional County Agents association mits on the August ist were at its national convention in sued in the gtated amounts to Philadelphia on This is the the highest honor that the associaLenora two repairs to re build car Camp tion can bestow upon one of its and Shealy took the lead in both of Broiler and lay ing flocks can be found through out Shealy assisted and He started a terracing pro1 took the lead in developing the gram back in He has im sale of treeripened ported over 400 registered Jer seys into Lincoln parish in his duty as farm Lincoln par Walter porch Cargill local riding club for the i said he isnt The local riders will take part sure about the Gen in the parade which is scheduled to begin at 5 Grand entry Pfc Larry Wool ridge of Lynch into the rodeo arena is scheduledi burg Va says ne has seen for 8 during the threeday tures of the generai show which opens tonight and looked he was al runs through Saturday Alj bloated he did not look like the though no names could be ob tained it that some of the Ruston riders same Woolridge was A Sabre capturcd in the Kofean a Russian may participate in the various told him ne flew tne leatl events on the rodeo All the thrill and a surplus of the wild west will be seen during the fall Lonnie the Dubach Rodeo Mar During all these Shealy has kept his farmers in ish was the first to start the on improved practices of The speaker confined his dis lt cussion mainly to the lending opi erations of particularly those of the Ruston State j He explained that banks are ex amined twice a year and are hedged about by stiff regulations so asto guarantee the greatest possible A few loans arej the speaker without the usual security being required ificial breeding He has done an excellent job on pas tures and Lincoln parish is known for its and beef We are happy to see Clarence room and asbestos Charlie Temple Baptist Sam repairs and Shealy get this stated Eunice re pegch production j McDonald especially since North Hodge Joins Louisianas Towns Louisianas newest municipal ity is believed to be North background a 7K in Jack and character of the son Officials have receiv This is the exception ed commissions from Gov andsecurity is expected on alii ernorKennon to serve the Robinson is the first may he is retiring after serving these 24 years in one The re quirements to receive this honor is rather An agent must have 10 years of service must have carried on and completed an outstanding program of ag riculture in his parish must be active in his state association and Continued on Page 8 Louisiana leading In New Tree Farms active in ms staie associauon ana leads the nation in muSt to improve himself Q0 Tree Farms ilcc Shealy has also made Rus j LtJ Liguico iCicciacLi tuuciv wv ton and Lincoln parish a good p Blackwell of accord today MIG in many flights with Chi nese as his The just is Lawrence Bach of Grand who was shot down Bach said ho will go to the Dubach sight conservation and other aid to Included on the rodeo program1 are bulldoging and wild bronco rid A teaser was added to the after his studying allied statements on Germany and the Chinese corn advertising placard with the and the Russians have other added Guess no intention of withdrawing sup youll just have to go see the of the Red rebels m Indo show to find out what they plan The Peipmg radio to add at the last Chinese leaders and the ambas Mayor Enloe has desigsador from the rebel Viet Mink nated this week Western Week government held a big dinner to in Dubach and the citizens are Pledge mutual support The am dressing i bassador openly thanked the loans of over The speech brought out var ious questions from the club membersto which the speaker gave ready He was in troduced by Roy pro gram chairman for the Visitors to the club were Bill Webb of guest of Ro tarian Harry Frazer of Monroe Edwards of the ing department of Louisiana and Marvin Bryant of Mon guest of Rotarian Billy Still Having Wonderful Time Davis Writes of Experiences In New York Wilh Louisiana HOC Caravan mayi or of the new village Artis marshal and Joseph Henry Norred andj The incorporation of North Hodge came as a result of mass meetings of citizens in the which begins with the Rock Is runs in a gen cov ering approximately 300 Continued on Page 8 1C 00 Red Thugs Battle West Germans By The United Press One thousand communist thugs broke out of a guardhouse I Louisiana Tree Farms committee We are very proud of this said espec ially in view of the fact that the Another report received from Lincoln parishs two delegates to the national Home Demonstra tion club convention informs us that Jim Foster of Hico and Davis of Hico still are having a wonderful time and enjoying their The from Davis was written during the layover in New York before moving on to Boston for which opened and continues the convention there Monday through Following the the John Former Resident of Gels AF Silver Wings Second John son of Alline was graduated from basic jet pilot school at ceremonies at Bryan Air Force on He was awarded the Louisiana caravan of three chart ered carrying some 118 HOC women from the Pelican will head toward Niagara a sidetrip excursion into back into the at down through the midwest into Ten nessee and finally back Taking a few minutes off from j the thrills of the big community correspondent for The Leader from the New Hope and an out standing HDC member in Lin coln writes We are having one of the grandest trips Ive ever been We have visited all points of in terest in New York andmake an allday tour of Hyde home of the late President We went up Strom King moun tain and to West site of the nations Military visited New Yorks famous China town and saw the Giants and Braves baseball Tonight we were guests on the amateur hour television show the second Monday night of ev ery and are at the present time holding their meetings in the office of Charles who offered them his private back of his According to Mayor their first project will be the establishment of a water distri bution long needed in that They have had the recommendations of an engineer and are getting together informa stion in regard to the total assess ment of property in the which is necessary before bfjnds can be try to cause trouble in Sundays parliamentary The Reds broke out of the un used factory building used as a guardhouse and police are re ported to have injured scores of them with rubber State troopers have been rushed to the scene at Helmstedt to guard a gainst new The rioters are among 1500 to 2000 communists from the Soviet zone arrested last That makes more than 8000 Reds picked up while trying to enter West Germany to terrorize vot Prizes will be awarded to the best dressed riders in both junior and senior divisions in the par ade this afternoon and first and second place float winners also will receive it was an nounced by rodeo association Rodeo President Deloney an nounces that the arena is com pletely remodeled to provide bet Chinese and Russians for thei Secretary of State program was begun in 1941 anditer viewing of the The parking area has been enlarged and the stands have been in creased to provide additional Louisiana has only active in it for two The figures released show that Louisiana certified a total of acres in tree farms after j with Florida in sec ond place at In numbers of tree farms during the same Louisiana is tied with Georgia and New Hamp all having certified From a nationwide with 36 states sponsoring tree farms Louisiana ranks 12th in total number of acres cer tified with a total of and sixth in number of tree farms at Blackwell said Louisianas pro gram will grow still faster during the coming few months in view of the fact that nearly 200 appli cations for inspections are now He urged all land ownerswho believe their forest properties will qualify to submit warned the Chinese communists yesterday they would be asking for trouble if they committed aggression in Dulles said that Mos cows stubborn hold on East Germany is a menace to the At a news Dulles read a prepared statement de nouncing the continued parti tion of Germany as a scandal Continued on Page 8 Sfores in Ruslon To Be Open Monday Labor Day will be just that for retail stores in ac jording to information compiled by The Leader in a checkup on plans for the coming Labor Day observance All offices in the Lincoln par ish courthouse will be closed and most other parish branch offices state and federal agencies will observe Monday as a The merchants of Ruston feel that with the parish public schools opening for classwork on Wednes day and college students getting ready to leave for their higher education they will be unable to take the day off one groceryman pointed it will be too long from Saturday night to Tuesday morn ing for us to stay Spoil age of fresh fruits and vegetables would be too this stork manager The post office banks in Ruston will close in ob servance of the national holiday but offices in Ruston city hall will remain open for business as While Hustons retail outlets intend to remain most pri vate offices will be closed for the Teachers in the Lincoln parish public schools will launch their years work Their an nual preschool conference will be held at Ruston high with morning and afternoon sfcs the faculties will Dulles meet at their respective schools Labor Day Weekend Safety Drive Slated ers and wreck polling their applications Motorists were urged today to use caution and drive courteously during the heavy traffic expect ed over the And a bove watch your was the issued today by head of the Ruston substation of Troop F of the Lou isiana highway with head quarters in who directs state highway police work in the Lin colnUnionJackson parish area through the Ruston reported he had received instruc tions from state director of public to putj toRrSp plans of particular inter est to their own Classroom work for the public schools and for Thomas paro chial school will begin Wednes day Dixie Doodle Mans ice Cream Wagon To Begin Rounds Monday Rustons version of the Good Humor man will hit the streets here Monday when the Dixie Doodle truck begins fts The Dixie Doodle mans ice cream wagon is headed your is the announcement being carried in The Leader today by the new Dixie Doodle Ice Cream company of 801 Colvin street Included in the advertisement all troopers in this area on 121 is a coupon good for a free pop hour shifts during the Labor Day Throughout the Gre vemberg announced that 312 state police operating in 162 highway patrol cars will be on 24 hours a woiking in 12hour silver wings of a United States land were sitting close enough to wr CCkCt Air Force He was com I r missioned on with class P H a 1948 graduate of H Ruston high attended Lou jfejsiana Tech for years before F enlisting in the Air Force in fi He has attended Hi aircraft technical schools at Shep and Entering the USAF aviation cadet program in July was first assigned to Bain Abridge for primary 1 i From there he j i went to Bryan located in for basic engine jet Upon Delony Ifivwas jgranted a delay enroute be iuifpre he reports to another Air base for advanced jet the front that we could see our selves when the cameras turned on the audience and the picture was transposed on the giant screen in the Many wonderful things have happened to us since we left love ly Louisiana and we feel sure that even greater adventures are in store for us as we continue on Continued on Page 8 which causes approx sicle when the Doodle man comes your The gaily decorated Dixie Doodle with bells on will be by your home and school daily so save your pin money for Dixie Doodle pop wonder Dixie cups and the announce ment In the Dixie Doodle man also will have available e conomy home packages of ice cream in pint and halfgallon imately 85 per cent of our high way will be watched especially during the weekend Grevemberg It was understood that working in pairs and using plainclothes j spot checks will be made throughout the state by the high way police who will be equipped with Although the announcement did not say it in as many Grevemberg left the impresMr H v clark is the new sion highway police arej manager of Beairs Department definitely after the speeding I store and he has big prans drlver jfor Drop around and For the Labor Day him wjth an arm Joad end will begin after work Friday packages from his and continue until working hours Tuesday This will Listen for the bells of the Di3cir make possible longer trips and ice cream man King also will be more tiring on dnv1 wm have u nice and cod ind A alert driver in your favorite Clip that Around the Corner speeds is a big enough menace on the it was pointed out but when that driver isre turning from a long tired and he is even more coupon in the ad today andget your free data compiled by thf Tech Forestry departments wea ther Tech Ruston a substation of the Weathtr bureau for Ruston and Lincoln ending at 8 today Fox 24hour period Maximum Minimum 8 96 66 74 LOUISIANAS JIEW SCHOOL FOR SPASTIC be lieved to be the nations first stateoperated school for spastic will be dedicated Friday in An open house is planned at the school from 4 to 6 with the gen eral public of the state invited to view the halfmilliondollar Shelby state superintendent of will be the principal speaker for the opening ceremonies and presi dents of several state colleges and members of the state board of education will participate on the The new plant offers complete facilities for meeting the special needs of the spastic Jackson yet training there willcost less per pupil than is spent on each of the young sters income of the conventional of the About lOCf students are expected to be enrolled when class es begin estimate there are several times that number of children Who need the special Spastic children are normal but need special help to overcome their lack of muscular coordination With proper training they can take a useful place in Many earlier sufferers from cerebral as the trouble incorrectly have gone on to make exceptional careers in the arts and other demanding Establishment of this school fulfills a definite part of our program of bringing the best in education to all children in including the handicapped as well as the average Jackson Wade head of the sliid certified teach nurses and special attendants make up the He noted that nearly all the children were the victims of injury or exces sive temperatures which affected the area of the brain controll ing the In other respects they are completely Notice the grocery stores are and he M even more Jn with schoQ girl dangerous to himself and other ickles for the back to school Continued on Page 8 Radio I prettv hibiscus 1490 ke KRUS 1490 kc DETEC stories of actual crimes dramatized into thrill ing halfhour ROD AND GUN Boulton moder atesthis weekly forum of hunt ing and fishing AD VENTURER Spell binding stories of John Steeles world your heart as you drive about the TV man from Monroe says the new station will be so powerful Dafmar will step right out in the living room and chat with If any of you gals are looking for a good man just go to the Dubach Rodeo and spread your They will be flying through the air up there tonight iiulv  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