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   Ruston Daily Leader (Newspaper) - October 20, 1953, Ruston, Louisiana                                LIBRARY STftTE UNIVERSITY 53 Follow The Leader October 1953 Price Five Cents Churchill Relieves in Informal Meeting of Leaders of West By United Press Prime Minister Churchill spoke to the House of Commons about EastWest matters ence of foreign ministers in Lu on November The note was drawn up by the Big Three foreign ministers Churchill said he still believes in London during the last week in informal highlevel talks be tween Russian Premier Georgi Malenkov and Western He made the statement at the first meeting of parliament after its threemonth summer He referred to the new Allied note inviting Russia to a confer John Cunningham Second Gets PilesWings BRYAN AIR FORCE John son of Otho 513 Al was graduated from basic j jet pilot school at ceremonies here today and awarded the silver wings of a United States Air Force He was commission ed on with class a 944 grad uate of Altus high has also attended Louisiana Polytechnic where he maj ored in electrical He was employed in Ruston as a radio announcer for station KRUS But Churchill brushed aside a question about reports1 that he might go to Moscow alone to meet Malenkov if President Eisenhower refuses to attend a Big Four meet ing of toplevel Churchill these are his am afraid I should i be opening a very wide door if I undertook to confirm or deny everything that appeared in the May Cut Off Aid to Isreal as She Is Defying UN By United Press The oil country of Iraq has joined forces with Jordan in its dispute with Iraq has promised military and financial aid to its Arab neigh bor to fight what it calls Jewish j The Iraqui pledge was broad cast after officials1 held an em ergency cabinet meeting in Bag Entering the USAF aviation dad last cadet program in August 1952 The crisis was touched off by Lfc Cunningham was first assign an attack by Israel on a Jordan border village in which 66 per sons were reported The Israeli prime minister has de fended the attack saying it was an answer to four years of Arab raids on Israel Informed sources in Washing ton reveal the United States is thinking about cutting off aid to ed to Bartow Air for primary pilot From there he csme to Bryan located in southeastern for basic single jet training Upon Cunning ham was delay enroute before hereporUto another Air Force advanced jet train LongTime Leader of A F of L Carpenters Union William Hutcheson Dead GraBBling Officials totalled hi Monday Night Ceremonies By COLLIE NICHOLSON Mayor Woodard and other village officials of Grambling night in impressive ceremonies held in the college Governor Barham call ed the event a historic occasion for the state of Approximately persons jammed the auditorium to help celebrate what one speaker called athiilestone of were Charles Ad retired educator who found ed Grambling college in 1901 Mayor Beasley of Ruston Lincoln Parish clerk former superintendent of Lincoln schools the Six th Episcopal Nap President Bishop Lewis delivered the fea ture Governor Barham gave the charge to the council and impress edupon members the necessity for honesty in all village endeavoperation of the members their many Israel if it refuses to cooperate with its Arab neighbors irrdevel oping the Jordan The river development would be patterned after the Tennessee Vally Auth but TV which announced the says the project depends on IsraeliJordan The ArabIsrael dispute is be fore the United Nations security council again today and observers j expect a struggle between the Big Three powers and the Arab delegation over the wording of the discussion General Vagn Bennike of Den UN observer in the Holy en route to New He was summoned by the UN to give the security council what informed sources in Tel iitn f LOUISIANA TECHS QUEEN AND MAIDS to par ticipate in activities at the State Fair port when Tech and Northwestern play their an nualfcotball Saturday at include these nine The queenwilKbe Pat tfpper of Her wilfbe Upper left Linda Monroe upper right Gail Belcher middle left to right Maggie Faye Betty and Jan Shrevepbrt lower row Louise lone Mon Janis West Firefighlers Are Alerted By District Forester Romero All forest firefighters of Lin coln Parish were ordered to be on 24hour alert this week and to cancel any personal plans until fire danger according to Parish Ranger The order was sent to the field by District Forester Rom ero after attending a statewide field supervisors meeting at the State Forest near The emergency held by State Forester James Mixon and his outlined plans to cover a possible blowup fire condi tion in the woods due to the dry Starting the day squirrel season all firefighters will be on their jobs at 7 each at least the first week of fire according to At that the firest fire danger will mount because of the sudden influx of persons in the j he Plans made at the supervisor meeting cover details of feeding on the fire coordination protection by Commission and J i company liason with airplanes used for and I readiness of hand Ranger Gibson renewed his plea to citizens to stay out of the woods if possible during the He said that Hilly tower has not recorded any ran in the area in 52 days and fire danger index has an explosive i One of the nations most power ful union leaders is j William Hutcheson died of a heart condition and stomach ail i ment shortly before 4 oclock CST I this morning at Methodist hos pita in He was 79 years j Big Bill Hutcheson headed i the 800thousand members of the I AF of L Carpenters union for 36 And after he turned over I the reins of the union to his in he became an j elder stateman of the labor move He wielded as much power in the world of politics as in He was one of the few union leaders who supported the Re publican and went down the line for Dwight Eisenhower at the Republican convention last District Meeting 0 VFW To Be Held In ftuslon Next Sunday Commercial Flight 1 Season On Squirrels Lacking In Aid Opened In Today To Persons Menially Aviv as a new blue print for security in the Middle East Ruslon Riders Make Thanks To Fair Booth Donors The con cession stand at the fair was a success due to the donations and services of the business firms and as well as the co From Los Angles to New York Made By United Press A giant passenger plane has whizzed acrpss the country in the first scheduled nonstop flight from California to New The TransWorld Airlines super I constellation made the transcon tinental flight from Los Angeles to New York in eight hours and 17 It carried 50 passeng ers and five crew The flight marked the begin ning of regular nonstop trans continental flight An other be gin the same service on November Rabbits Yesterday Squirrel hunters are invading the woods today to start the sea son which has been scheduled to last until January Drouth conditions in the area have been so severe that forest III And Handicapped By United Press A noted child care expert says the United States should concern itself with the welfare of children with mental handicaps as well as its healthy ram is somewhat phlegmatic as he permits a boisterous White Rock rooster to crow from his perch atop the wooly ones The event occurred at a Negro Man Killed Instantly Sunday In Tussle Over Gun I Officers and delegates of the j 13th District Department of Louisiana will gather in Rus ton next Sunday morning the 25th for a regular district meeting according to George District According to Mabry the dis trict meeting will be held in the VFW Home at the and din ner will be served at the noon hour by the Ladies Auxiliary of the local Edwin Parnell i In a tussle over a Baptist Business Women To Meet In Alexandria The council was presented by Ross Neill who also administered the oath Music for the occasion was furnished by the Grambling col lege band and choir under the directions of Conrad Hutchinson and Officers installed in addition to Mayor Woodard were Sylvester Mike Osborne and aldermen Earl marshall and tax collector clerk and treasurer and street Grambling is the 232nd munic ipality in the allNegro village has a pop ulation of approximately 675 res idents and college and All proceeds from this stand will go to the building fund for the completion of the rodeo arena Between 4 and America dmet Jiome from impa tientMid traffic accidents show Twite as many traffic accidents occur aa ia any other period of the So be extra cautioMsnriviBf for the people of Ruston and the maintained Friday the ex surrounding located Frazier Field Ball We wish to express our thanks and appreciation to everyone who made this success No More Shrimp From Ponchartrain For Commercial Fishing According to Warren chief attorney for the Louisiana Wild Life and Fisheries commis Judge Samuels of the Judicial 24th district court in ception of no cause of action filed on behalf of the Louisiana Wild Life andFisheries commission to the suit of the commercial fisher men of Jefferson parish seeking cancel any personal plans and to be on the alert for fires that may break out in the Hunters are cautioned to tie extremely careful to avoid causing The bag limit squirrels is possession limit with 801 in the aggregate for the Rabbit season opened yester day and is to continue to Feb ruary Hunters will be allowed 5 rabbits per pos session limit is Night hunt ing with headlight and sale of the game is Hunting licenses for residents may be obtained for and are required for all hunters und The state Federation of Baptist Business Women will hold its an nual meeting at the Emmanual Baptist Church of 7 and It is expected that some 200 delegates from the 20 associational which inculde some 200 local organizations in chur ches all over the will attend the two day North Rapides Federation in says the nation should strive for Alexandria will be hostess of the the of 13tate meeting which will begin at and will end at Novem 13th District is composed of four cities i West Monroe and Negro was shot and I Ruston is represented killed instantly Sunday night by nine officers forthe District this ory committee of the National As sociation for Retarded Willie Lee Williams The woman admitted to killing him according to local said it was an She stated they were just The shooting occurred around with a 12 gauge single barrel The city police turned her over to the parish authorities for fur ther At in the parish Powers has called for expanded research in the care mentally handicapped The secretary of educa tion and welfare says the nation has only a small amount of organ ized help to combat mental ill Oveta Gulp Hobby says mental illness cant be treated on a thorough basis because of the lack of facilities and a lack of public concern in many cue icuuiieu jut an uuiiiers LHIU TT T er the age of over 60 t Hobby says half the coun try s mental are over crowded by as much as 20 per He says the average mental may obtain free permits from the sheriffs Nonresident licenses are for 4 consecu tive days or for the Other information to hunting and game regulations as nurses as may be obtained from the sher iffs office at the court hospital has less than half as many doctors and only a fourth Exie who was in I injunction enjoin the ComI DUBACH MAN STATIONED has turned five hundred ninetyfive dollars and seventy two cents plus inventory over to the SecretaryTreasurer riding SAVi MAY K puUitlted u a public itrviot in mtianwitk Two Receive Medals For Outstanding Service To Blind Two internationally recognized workers for the blind today re ceived the Migel Medal for out standing service in the historic Helen Keller room of the can Foundation for the 15 West 16th New York The medal was presented per sonally by Helen noted deafblind to George humanitar in acknowledgment of hisj development of adequate services for the blnd through the and to Harold noted Cleveland attorney for his pion eer work for the blind for fifty Miss recently returned from a trip to South in presenting the medals expressed her heartfelt appreciation of contributions Raverat and I Clark havemade in work for the blind and the mission from enforcing its order closing LakePontchartBain to commercial fishing for and dismissed plaintiffs He also recalled restraining ord er previously issued against the The effect of this is to place in full force and ef fect the order of the Commission closing Lake THE WEATHER data compiled by the AT SANGLEY M Tech Forestry departments wea SANGLEY FHT George son of and Chro ley of Hico and husband of Lucille Fuller of 203 Jeaner is serving at the Naval j Maximum Station He is head of the Minimum Air Operations 8 ther Tech a substation of the Weathtr bureau for Ruston and Lincoln For the 24hour period ending at 8 today 86 58 69 ber Irene former state Federation and now executive secretary of Illinois Baptist Womens MissionaryUn will be one of the principal speakers at the Saturday night Curtis is farmer resident of medical mis sionary to will speak at the afternoon n Africa Gaventa is director of the Bap tist hospitals located at Nig Miss Marjorie Louisiana IMCA Races Planned For State Fair With Many Fast Entries 20The larg est cash purses ever offered here for big car auto plus the national two huge trophies and special bonus awards year which are George Howard Rhine Ralph Charles Roska and Henry Mabry stated that he hopes all members of the local Post will be on hand Sunday morning to greet the visitors to our city and make them feel Besides the District there will be high ranking officials from Baton present to speak at the Mabry There are important matters1 to be and Mabry ex pressed the belief that a large crowd would be present for the all day district Will be at stake when the nations fastest cars and drivers compete in the final two days of auto rac ing under sanction of the Inter national Motor Contest Associa at the Louisiana State Fair next Saturday and In addition to the in total purse money for the twoday speed the top drivers will be gunning for a major share of the in bonus awards that will be handed out to the top ten point winnersin the National Speedways The circuit Wildlife Meeting Dale Scheduled For Today Is Postponed The Wildlife meeting formerly scheduled for tonight has been It will take place at in Railroad Two good films are to be Hunting at Arkansas and Pheasants WMU Young Peoples I which Qpened at the Florida State who has recently returned from a Fair at Tampaj last February has tour of will speak at the Saturday night Presiding at the sessions will be Marguerite presi of Lake Other of ficers of the Federation participat ing in the annual meeting will be Miss Eutha vice presi of Baton Rouge Pearl of Monroe Miss Neva of Shreveport of The Federation of Baptist Bus iness Women is sponsored in Lou isiana by the Baptist Womens Missionary Union of Mabry of Ruston is state WMU Miss Han nah Reynolds is state WMU ex ecutive through 17 Radio 1490 kc KRUS 1490 ks taken the drivers states and Canada and will be brought to a roaring climax here Sunday The race for national champion ship honors is the closest in the last 18 years of automotive com petition and will be decided right here between Bob Slater of Red Bobby Grim of In dianapolis and Jimmy Campbell of Bates winner of the 1952 The awards and crowning of the 1953 national speedways champion will take place Sunday night at the annual drivers ban which will be attended by speed newspap ermen and radio broadcasters in the WashingtonYouree A special trophy that will bring about keen rivalry is the Miss America Handicap bringing to Around the Corner Did you know Mary Lou is selling white elephants again All ladies interested in quarter backing be at Phils tomorrow night when Coach Aillet tells all about especially for the fem Hunting movies will be shown at Park Thursday night in stead of in case you didnt see the QUEEN FOR A Bailey has a coro in a race for the Miss America gether the four fastest qualifiers iin toy Manchester was last seen stopping and shop ping at the grocery If you find the his master will be about the happiest little child GOOD WORD FLOATS OVER THE IRON Members of the International Council of Christian Churches operating In launch balloons carrying Bible ex cerpts for people behind the Iron They have released 5000 such balloons toward and plan to continue and intensify I heir net for a lucky BILL HICK OK Buffalo and badmen tangle with a legendary char acter portrayed by Guy Madi SPILLANE MYSTERY Mike Hammer bemoans the suicide of a lovely star and then turns her death into a murder Trophy which has been donated and put up by Miss Evelyn Marg1 aret winner of the 1953 Miss America i Another threefoot trophy will j be awarded the national pion at the annual banquet plus nine others going to the drivers who have accumulated the great est number of points throughout Frost must be a long way says according to the only blooming last Dont think the squirrels arent talking about the Flash Mickey has just been j His folks called   

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