Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 11, 1958 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, November 11, 1958
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Cairo Denies Trying to Shoot Hussein a?' |l. &y JOSEPH E. AMMAN, Jtmli.n (API tlanUins iclc-bratt-d tfday inc safft J'Cturn nf KIIIH Hussein fi-mn whni he chins n d w;is u Unilod Arnb Iteptlblic iiitcmpl to kill or c:i|; ttirc hiir on .1 flifil-,1 < vcr Syri i. tU.S ti officials in Cairo denied Ihc chnigps. Tlit-y said Hussein's plane Inckct! proper clcni-niicp to Jly over the Syrian 1'rov-lnce o? Ihe If A.H (President N:IHSOI- wns rcpnrtod to be coi'vinccd Synnn nulhoritios flclcd properly bl.l wlsn to b» Ip set by the Incident, which Worsened U.A..K.-Jord;itiian jrli- tions aftci n rcccl.t !m).roVpinolil.t A natinnal holiday was declared throughout Jordan to celebrate thc> escape of the' '23iyear-old 'kln|> Crowds fiirgcd jhVotig'h the 'lilir- row streets of Amman Monday night, filing roinan cnndtos -and rifles. , Hussein left ' s Ammhn AirpoH Monday in a lwln»fiiig!tio transpoi-t plane bound I'oi a European vacation HP l.ilc-r reportiUd lhat t>u> communist-built M1G jot fiuhtt-rs from Syria set-fiipon him ncnr Damnscus, cnptltjl. of tho Syrlnn Province. ' ..., '**«kif4il The MICis tried to force his piano down but did not* fire at. ;t, (ho King snid. His pilot ""dropped down near (ho ground for a .wild hedgcliopplnu fi»Sht bnc.k rugged country Itt Ammnn. Hustcm, himself j' filer, wiis riding ns co-pilot. Mis pilot- raid HIP two MIGs were trying to fiol into position to fire at the. Jordaniim plane all the wr.y back. - . Immedialuly after his retiu-n Hussein nccusod Die SyHan pilnt.-i c of vlohitini} international law b.s k Intruding in Jurd.'tnlnn air spnct-. The charg-c was inii(,lc in a broadcast to Jordan's - 1,500,1)00 people, iv any of whom.fnvor Nasser ralhei than ^UUfseill. Cairo rn dio has called in Die jjost for Hiis- fcoin's assassination. "They :ire mnkiiiR "enemy at- 'tacks upon you" , t h.\., .my person." Hussein .said. He 'added that his government wns inking --'fnecus- snry steps' to maintain Jordan's prestige and dignity.. -ITe did nol elaborate. ..,»,.«., , , . The broadcast came Hftcr-'a.-lou.g emergency session with Wfs's'£iij'is " cabinet. Parliament wns,.',;c'nllcd jnto session today. -' -• 'JUST LIKE JONAH—Workers at Meachdm Pield, Forl Worth, Tex., ease n Hell -17.1 helic-j.ptor into the bowels of a Brazilian Air Vorce C-82 cargo pljnie. It's for the olllcinl use of Hi-axil's t'resideiil Kubilscliek and is identical with Ihc two acquired by Ihe U.S. Air Force fur thu use of President .Eisenhower. XI. S. Army Engineers began investigation for nvailab'l'e railroad routes in Alaska in 1914. She glanced hurriedly at his lull dark figure, silent and immobile at the- bedside, and Uio.'i .she full Aunt Mllliccnl'ti hand nn her shoulder, pressing her back onto the pillow, i'lid hur.rd her ' say soolhiiiKly. "l->ie back down, darling. Close your eyes." Aunt Milliccnt had the towel i:i .her other hand. Knthcrinc thought, without understanding, as she laid her head down:. It looks funny. There's something wrung with it. It's wet. BiM why would she iv.-l a wet' towel to dry me off svith Aunt Millicent leaned over her, to her ama/cment. handed the. towel across to Paul. Paul wielded the towel thickly and brought it toward jier fav. She ,looked from one pan' ol e.ves "lo the other, Paul's dark, Auni MilHccnfV blue as glass; they might liiivc boon beads set in putty for . any human look they VH>; • sessed. Aunt Milliucnt' had one hand on each of her should e r s now, pressing her; firmly back against the pillow:*, and with a quick ! swoop Paul pushed the towel down onto her face and held it there, shutting out lifjht, air, all the safely on which she had counted so heavily. !''or only a split second she felt an impulse to resist them—a sudden el.'ar. concrete understanding lhat now. at this moment, they wort' murdering her. that she had trusted Aunt M'illicent wrongly, of thai sh? was in the very act of flying at their hands — but even before the impulse had formed in 'lur inertia overcame her. ! Two of them agninst one of hor '; — l,hey so invulnerable and she so defenseless. She 1'e.lt th-.it her body hod I twitched and began to struggle, ' even though her mind had not i told it to. The muscles and cells 'had defense mechanisms of their 'o\vn; but the struggles wore of no I,,vail. Thn towel was cir.mpod immovably onto her face, and Aunt 'Millicent.'s hands pressed heavily like a dead force on her shoulders, bearing her clown and down and §8 §h6 rhlgW nave bctfl the weight -ol a la? still fifAV; she terribly tired. . rter only links with the world Were (he brealhihg ftf-BUMd hgf flnd the lastt- uf Ihe wet lowcl in her mouth . . '. Democrats Eye Loopholes in Tax Law fi, L, Time 'had no menmnjf. the hrtjv j WASHINGTON (AP)i-Kej' 66H» py, rnois,t tlafkrfcss was .1 tefufcei gfbssional G^fhocrats ate" wetgii» maybe that u-a.<j even whnl tti.lrfi*! ui g n scriotlS drive itt the flaw Her hapijy. it was so peaceful if j Congress (6 'plug lohg'S'liiriain'g only she. could tfroalhe . . . but' it; loopholes ill tlid la? l.lWs ifl aft Was even peaceful to stop breath' expected scramble for added feVe^ ihg. She lay Very still ntios. And because there was no scllse Faced Wilh new tovCfrinl&rU of tirnc — only the ponce and j spending pfdspeels and a HiHssii'i' Happiness — she was startled | budget deficit, ink experts t-.egsU-d When her pleasant lloaliiig was ' such a move thd ohly feasible al IhterruiMcd. The towel was lifted; icrnativo to a general tak lii» off her ffice. It Jinnoypd her. crease. When snrneone spoke it mfula | No boost in either personal or hui* very indignant, the voice j business income taX rates Is nott* Sn'ld, "Well I thought t heard her contemplated. I come in." It to|>k her a moinonl Rctlrih)? Secretf»f;y of Cornmcree to rcali/e that it! was Amy's voice. Weeks renewed Mbhdtiy a suggtts» Amy didn't kno4 yet Hint she Wn* tic-n for d unifornl manufacturers' dead. j j sales tax. Me Said it would permit Aunt' Mlllicenll said, "Shhh , /'. 'some cuts In bolti Corporation ahd she's gone to sttcp." individual income ta<c rates and She '. felt more indignant than over. Aunt Mtlliconl knew that she still increase revenue, But keV House members sec such a move livui. r\ 1.1 in mum; tin run- w iiuii c.in;i •»•"""- • ------- i T : — ~r y Wasn't just nsk-cp. She'd helper) I as al best a last-ditch device. to kill her. } i How far a loophole-plugging Am'y said. "Gone to ylccp In ' shake-up of the tax laws may gf her stockings?" , is uncertain. "Yos." ' Vet Domocratic leaders nt the "Why she novor HOPS to sleep j House, where all tas. legislation with her stockinss on. I've never ' originates, appear to be comrqit' scon her do it. Not once. And t«l to at least a start in this dln.c you'd think she'd be trying to tear i Hon. , • • those off as tost as she could." i Spoakor Saiii Kayburn of Tes- And Pi-.ul sfiltl abruptly. "You ; as, '" a pdst-clcctlon statement. can go on to bud If you like, 1 called attention, to .tax ( law icvis ion Amy. Wo can take ci.re of her." ! hearings to be undertaken by the Why -wouldn't 1 Amy leave her i House Ways , and Mc?ns Commit. alone? Why clidn't they tell her j ^ when .Congress convenes in that she was dead? January. And suddenly 'the whole idea ox- ! fic l'- Wilbur <D. Mills (D-Ark\ plodod in KalHcrlne's mind. She I Wavs and • Means Committee wasn't dead at all. Maybe she'd i chairman, noted hi ,i forecast, of been unconscious for a minute. ; Possible U*_ .legislation uuWished but she wasn't -'dead. If she were ^ September .that 'tax dlffcien dead she would be n spirit: she ' " tls and . preferences now , exist- wouldn't be ablo to feel anythins ', could hear everyone al talk i n a 's ? U laX baSC by bl1 icvi- ! Amy around her. She. couldn't be dead., ,. No .. gMd K£ithcl . inCi ,. n6 „ -"j~ . _ i "What, love?" ' She opened her eyes nncl looked \ "You come with me, Amy " in-otincl the room. And at the "sight! "I will, love I won't leave jou of those two destroying f a c ! e s I'll get jou all settled in bed, and watching her, her fright came then I've got a nice peanut-buftei- back. She put ',hcr arm around j nnd-jelly sandwich icady for you Amy. fecliim tool weak to say any-1 if you're hungry And a glass of thir.S, and leaned ag-ainst her. milk How ciocs th.it sound'" "It's all baby. Everything's- ail right,! Old Amy'll take Amy put her firms, around her and hitcd hc'r off the bed, and care' of you, Weiil put you to bod. ! they stood .for,- a, moment- swaying and got you nice land warm. Come side by side on the carpet •-••-' on, ., honey! JotjS go to your room ..." / Aunt Milliccnt snid, : still ''inde- cisivc-ly, of 1 think I can take ca: - e "There, ; hbw'.' Yb'u. just lean ch me. It's not far. -You can make it all right." To the rest of the room she' a d d e'd indignantly, is! lit $- v TQ COAST OMLY4I CENTS PER MILE FOR GAS! Pontiac's new Tempest 420E V-8 sets the year's most important economy mark-Here's the story and what it means to you! her now, if you're lived. ! "Worn out.,.*iafs what she ^ — 'Just completely, wotn out!" _'* Katherincts voice seemed almost a cjhost in the. room. It said'"I'm all right now;" "Of course you are, lamb. Just lean on me." , > (To 'Be> Continued) (Copyright •i957.by VRInehart-;* Company f - Inc,)' TRUNDLE TRUCK—Snuggling up under the wing e£ Ing 707 jet airliner, this low-slung 1'Ufbo-Tug hodks 1 6fiW tfl« toirf plane's laridlttg gear to tow the ship, PbWered by a gas .. turbine, the "low b'ridge" vehicle is produced by Napco IfidUS» j tries of Minneapolis Minn, Photo courtesy of Aviation Week* 'j International Crisis May Be Foi|hcoming §y ¥H6MA§ AP If SAW LOSER?—It looks as though the paddler in the foreground got fed up with hii. matc> at Fond du Lac, Wis, and cut himself ficc The men dien't angi> al each other. They cut the boat in halt \sith a chain saw to dcmonstiate the float- ability built into modem plojsiac ciafl at, a safety measure. sion, 'Mills pinpointed the favor able tax treatment now afforded .those who convert ordinary .income to capital gains, allowances lor depletion of natural resources like oil and coal, special* rules favoring incomp oC insurance companies, and the favorable tax ^treatment accorded farm and other cooperatives. 'Wholesale elimination of tux preferences—some-of thorn in the- Jaw 30 years or more—would be certain to stir up a political hoi- net's nest It would be a reversal of a congressional practice which "' for yen's has been to add exemotions, preferences and loopholes, to (lie tax laws to satisfy tiic demands of special individual and business interests. Now, however, influential Dom- ocrats say enactment oC a;,'lop- hole-plugging bill is a disting.t possibility — even a probability — in the new Congress, It would be a two-year program calling 'for WHITNEY Analyst * Nikita RliflisHcheV really \vhal he says about abi-us galtfi| fotif powef rule ih Berilrt arid ffeedotti of li-stlspoH belweeM West BfefllH ahd West Germany, Ihefe's goifig to b6 a fieW alid dttii« ifllsMiatloiiai fctisis. Western poWci's stood up lei the Soviet Union 10 ycai's ago un this issUd and forced a ftUssihJl backdown with use sucddssful air* lift, ,- A: So long as the Russians af!a talk about- blockading Bei'lin things will be all right. But if they lfj> : actually to interfere Witn WcStctfi cbhlfbl over West Berlin of tramsb6ij&1irid comimthidatloris StweSh W«tJ<3ci'hiaiiy and West crilrfwthwpjlill be real trouble, Andf thiln fee; In contrast to the Berlin blockade, the United States, • Britain could count un the full support of a |)owcrful West Oei many in any eountermoasurt|p What KhfWiihchcv said at the Polish'Russlan friendship rally lit the Lenin Stadium in Moscow Monday was plain enough, Ho said four-power rule in Berlin should be ended. He said the agreements under which the West has unhindered transport and communication ritj'Jits between West Germany and West Berlin ai'e obsolete and that the Communists should free themselves fi'cat them. He said the West shoura deal \\ith East Germany directly on questions concerning East Berlin and sticsscd that the Soviet Union would 1 ' considc aji attack on East Gemany as an attack an the Soviet Union. This sounds menacing. If Khushchcv is really serious, then it would follow that the Russians will formally "denounce four-power rule in Berlin and the agreements on which it is based, that the Et^k Germans will Interfere with surface and air" transport into West Berlin and that the Soviet Union would icgard any action of Corco by the West to break a blockade as an act of war. The 'Batch here is that, as -Khrushchev' no doubt knows, this would moan World War III. It scorns questionable that he intends to stsit the world conflagration, at least in this way. ^ The West« promptly let it m known that any Communist trouble over Berlin will be met with the same firmness shown at Quc- rrioy, The U.S. State Department bluntly rejected Khrushchev's proposal. A spokesman quoted recent U.S. statements of readiness to fight for West Berlin. House passage the first sessirj* and iinal Senate iiclion in i960™ •&'• r I'ONTJAC COAST-TO.COAST i-CONOMY KUN Sun Dit'SO, Cttliftirxiit to S>ii'iiniiab, Georgia COMPLLTlb OCTO1MR 17, 1958 DISTANCE , . , . , . , 2,442,7. MILES DRIVING TIME- . .'- - . - 60,72 KOURS FUEL CONSUMED 112,5 GAUONS FUEL COSJ, ,.,,,. $35,79 MILES PER GALLON .' / ; ; 21.7 Average for entire tri AVERAGE SPEED . , . $ i& s Y e asksd sne of Am?ricii'5 nwst les^eclcd What does it mean to you? car testerWUnde Tom" MfCniiill-to put Simply^-and very 'itnpartautly-thist For. the first a s^ndard PonJiajr Caralina Sedan with our ij n(St yo({-fgii gel dee(i'(ke*tfd Y*8, pep with i^\v pconomy Y»S to the te?t ^nd >-ith pnly ,P«?_ spccific^tion-that the run better mileage.then Ji'QM many smaller so'ralled "eeotipwy 'ears*', 1 1 anA get It on regular fuel! 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