Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 30, 1958 · Page 8
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 30, 1958
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M6PI STAR* H5PI, ARKANSAS TfttiHtlay, » 1988 ALC Asked to Okay Teacher Retirement S ROCK (AP' - The Sl.itr 1*eachrr faclirrmrnt S.v-lini lnda> ftSkdd the Arkansas Legislative Cotl/lCil to app/ovc ;i SPS, 132,.j()0 budget for the next biinnium. The amount Is nbout ihr same as thai in the currenl budget and consists principally of funds invested in' Various ibonds. Retirement Svslrm Direcloi Hoyt Pyle said the agency now hriS 30 million dollars invested in bonds and uots about one million dollars a year in Intrrrst There arc 2.000 members in Ihc ftctircmenl Si stem. I'jlr s,nnl Jtc risked Ilio Li'^islnllve Council to increase reni'lnr budget Hems from nb.mi .$.'6.000 to $01.000 fi .Vettr, IncludiiiR .-.-alary raises for hlqst odministi-alivc' personnel. The Retirement System board of directors has rccommc nrli'd boosting Pylc's snlaiy fiom Ml 200 lo 910,000 a year. So far during rurrent budncl ;licarlnRs. the Council luis turni-d ;down pay increase the sluio <_0!.:itio* ., Board's budgSt froiti about £40,- C'OO lo slightly more than $48.000 ; nnually Yesterday the Council did some budget li-imminfl unrl di-lnyt'd at- 1 - mn on requests it wasn't able to cut. T'vo major hudgots were put on Ihc sidelines wilh Ihrfc otlit'CS that Ihe council said it u.imod Inoro information on before itctintf. Those put olf wori- liudgcMs sub- mltcd hv the Slate Police and (ho ftatr Forestry Commission. Both sought increases. The Stale Police asked for $H.- l(>7.005 for the next hicniiium, in i.dciilion to 3l,. r )72.MO inr the weight* and Standards Dvision. $57.1)10 for Ihn Fire Prevelil'otl Division and $350,000 for the flc- llri-uient System. The council approved tiw? lU'lireniont System roqursl .-iiui put off the rest. The Forestry Commission Sought $•133,090 more than the 1U.07-S9 appropriation of $.' J ,,'1KS.OOO A bid by the sliite commerce! Commission ID gel pay raises for its employes met the K.nio f;.itr> of other agencies. The council cut Ihr request The C o ID m e r c e C'nnimlsfi- ion wound up wilh $352.1*00 for Hie •biennium. the same as its burlgcl Agrees Soviei' Pressure Put on Pasternak fey tHfe ASSOCIATED PRESS Thioe \Veselrn Nobel Prize' winning inithnrs agreed today that HoriH Puslernnlt 'turned down his 1!)5P award bt'C'nust of pressure from the Soviet government, not because he ngrccd wilh the Krern- lin's condemnation of his work. The 6'8-ycai-oltl Russifin writer was awarded the $41.420 prize a week ago for his poetry ahd his novel. "Doctor Zhivago." which describes the loss of freedom in for this two-yc'iir period. The commission hud requested $358,800. The council approved those budgets ns requested: 1 Public Service Commission, $l.<!2,22. fompnrod with $-100,000 for this biennUnn 2. Abslrnetors Examining Board $7,000. the same as this biennium 3. Veterinary Examiners Board. $ 1.00(1, thp same. 4. Basic Science Board, $14,170. $-1.470 hishor. Pf -i.I society. The novel IS a fafcsi- Relief ih the West but h«l 6«fl suppressed Ih the Soviet Uftlofi. Wednesday, aftei- a govet-hlfieht campaign of vilificallon ifl Which the Nobel committee "was accused of playing cold \Var politics, Pasternak cabled the Swedish Royal Acndemy nf Letters thai hi Wds refusing Ihc prize "because of ths fhcafiing attributed to this award In the society t live in.' 1 "Do fiot fake my voluntary ,rr" fiiScil wilh any 111. will," he kdded. Previously he had rheSsagdd thai he was "immensely thankful, louche <i. proud, astonished. abashed' 1 by the honor. France's Albert Camus, \Vlhndf of the 1057 Nobel Prize for Literature, commented. "I don't believe Pasternak refused the Nobel 1*1-1x0 of his own free will. . . ." Ear! kerb-ami Russell, 86-year- old British philosopher who wori (he 1950 prize, said he was "die- Rusted with the Russians' attitude to this from the start, Knowing the Russian way of life as we do, we may well think that Pasternak had no alternative but to reject this prize." He joined another Nobel winner, prel T. S. Eliot, and several other leadihK British writers in a plea to the Soviet Writers Union not to victimize Pasternak. The un- ion, a prime ofgah of control of SoViet writers, alffesSdJ* has impelled FaStefflak ffofh IIS ranks. Pearl Buck, American author 6f Jas expelled f'astornak frofh Us ranks. Pearl Buck, American author bf "the Good Eafth" arid the 1933 winner, said she was "deeply sad* tlcned" that Pasterrfak was hot permittee! to accept the pi-izfc. "The rejection, which ho doubi was made uhder pressure, does hot alter his Wdrld stature as «a wr.lei," she added. "It does rd* fleet, most unfortunately, Upbh his government and his eortt' patriots." Dr. Anders Ck-slci-lini, secretary of the Swedish awarding corrtmil« tee. said Pasternak Would still go riown in history as the l&of! Nobul Prize winner whether the fttis« sians like it or not. "Our judgment C'ltUiot be changed by what is how happen* ing," he said. ARTERIAL TRAFFICOSIS SAN DIEGO, Calif. (/?') — The Heart Assn. had to Vacate its 6f» fives to make room for oho of the biggest San Diego arteries — the new Crosslown Freeway. EDSEL \ v\ \ v\ k- » ! T . N • vv An exciting new kind of car! Makes history by making sense The car you hoped woulcl happen! Looks right, works right. Priced right* Luxurious without overdoing it, Roomy without useless length. Powerful without hogging gas^ Styled to last, Soundly engineered. Solidly built, Priced with the niost popular Add it up, You get solid new distinction rivaled only by curs costing much more! Bold new vertical grille, Strong new lines, Graceful new rear flight deck, You get beautiful new efficiency. Wonderfully spacious interiors— -with /ess length outside. Sis adults ride in comfort, but J3dsel's coinpjict JgCMnch wheelbase fits any normal garage, swings easily in and out of tight spots, You get lots of-go |pr little gas, | J aunds and pounds of useless car weight are gong, And four new Edsel engines are here! Including a Uirif ty six with a powerful test track record. And A pew kind of economy V*S Unit vises reyulitrfael and wrings big mileage from every ounce! You get all the magnificent quality that marks a superior car, Super-smooth ride, J3ig, self-adjusting brakes, Usurious carpeting, electric clock and four other cus» tomary "extras"—*^ HO sxtra C08 t> SEE JT NOW1 TUB NEW OP 04R YOU' Yet the challenging imvlSSD Edsel is priced with the most papular three! For example, you'll find that a new Edsel Ranger is priced almost ex* acUy the same as many models of Chevrolet, Plymouth and Ford,. 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ORLON & NYLON MIXED BLANKETS Reg. 8.95 Value $5.95 GET READY FOR COLD DAYS AHEAD IN SHORT AND LONG STYLES COATS SAVE $5.00 to $10.00 ON EVERY COAT FANCY COTTON 79c to 98c Values Big Table 2yds. U MEN'S BLUE CHAMBRAY Heavy 1st Quality Reg, 1,59 Value CHILDREN'S ALL WOOL BIG ASSORTMENT 7.95 to 19,95 $1,00 Puts in Layaway BOYS SPORT Reg. 39c Value SPECIAL — SEE THE NEW BUCKET BAG For Women of AH Ages Red and Black MEN'S FLANNEL Extra Heavy Reg, 2.95 Value $24.95 to $34J OUTSTANPINQ VALUES — WOHPIRFUl, §UYS • $lioQ PUTS YOUR SUIT IN J.AYAWAY ; y> ", MiN'S TYPi 4 ' ARMYPAP R§g, 3,95 Yelye if, MSN' * -l*5j? MSN'S, HANDLi Reg, 2 S 49 T MEHfS tfl

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