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H6PI §fAR, H6Pt, ARKANSAS 19, 195§ Teacher Says Slaying Was Self Defense CINCINNATI Ohio <AP> -I rivlli Kltimpp, 3.4. a leachof who TUPS- Hay nlg'tt luld police of slayinR n Hval and then binning lier body Claimed today that, she eclrrt in Self defense, hi- is charged wilh hnirdpf. The dead Woman, Martha t/niKe Bergen, 32, over whose husband 'the Women quarreled, drew n pii- lol while they were riiicussitiK the situation, Mrs. Klutnpp Snid in a "Written statement. Then, she added, "snmi'lliinit happened niul Mr 1 *, Brigeii wji injured Shr did not elaboialo* •When she innrnwi Mrs. Bi-tgen Wds dead, Mrs Rhimpp told pro*Center Mt-1 HURer, she shoved the body Into Ihp Kli'giiRe enmpnit- mbnt of her automobile, took it ( n the: shore ol Lnkt Cowan, a «tatc reservation 45 miles noKhoa'.t of Cincinnati, there she si?t It nflro. she said. Several Children, who boarded lOW-fRICl TV WITH IXCIUIIV1 MOTOROIA COiDIN •UARAMTII Full y«nr |u«r«bt*« on all tubes and part*, 0 ya«n on Golden Tube 8«nt;y Unit. Uw a» Charcoal. Grained Mahogany of Grained Blond. Modal 3lTft«. «. o»im^ »*M MM TOM TtAW EASY PAY TIRE STORE 214 E. 2nd. Hope, Ark. inferraeial Morriogc Is Revealed NlKW YORK iAP>— the mar- naf»p of Jnsfphinc 1 Prefillct 1 , $ s-io i-nli il-iinoi. nhd Tinib'lhy ("alps, snrinl rcpislrr Soh of proinmrnt bnttkcr • lawyer, Wits ilisrlosprl lodny by n friend of ih" bridp Askfd if there hnd been any objection from her husband's fttrttl lo tlif inlerrnHal mat Hfigt:, trie j bride said: "I'd rillher liol say. \Vf jimt wnnl lo he li'ft AJonr- jild load out own lives." the wdrlintv took place Ifl.U Friday In Miss Preftiiee's Green- wleh Vlllniif. apartment. Miss I'rtmlce, 32, is currently i4 fenlured performer ill tht 1 Broadway musical "Jamaica." tt is her fh-ot marrlai.'e. Pulps, who friends Said !«t about tin. 1 same af!e. was previously married to F.llfii Wood, a model. She obtaliied n divorce In Mexico in Sp.pli'rnber. The bridegroom Is a sfoh of C Courspy Pales, chairman uf the board of The Bank (or Savings hero and a resident uf Gladstone, N J FMthcr ;tml snn arc both listed in the 1058 Social Register, New Space Plan bv Russians tWtTKb NATIONS. N.Y. (APi -^Soviet Delegate Valerian Zprin today presented n new otilor space plan to U.S. Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge nt n closed-door mectitiK. Dolalls were not Immediately disclosed, A U.S. spoliL'sm/m said the Soviets askerl for the meeting with Lodge. At a meeting ibctweeh Soviet and U. S. representatives before the tl.N. outer space debate start- od. the United States Was rebuffed In Us attempts to work out an Knsl-West compromise. The 1 Soviet Union had advised the United Stales to see how tho'dii* bate turned out—and then submit tod their own plan, at her home, accompanied her to the. lakeside where gasoline was poured on the body, she said in the statement. That occurred Ihe day after Mrs. Bergeiis death. Hunters found the, body J\fbv. I The children apparently were not aware of syhat wns going on. a detective chief told a reportbf. For Safety — For Silence — We Install Internationa! Parts Mufflers All Welded Construction "Silikotc" Protection Guaranteed for Life of Car No Installation Charge Wylie Glass & Salvage Co. Hwy. 67 West Hope, Ark. Phone 7-2786 Three Ways lor ANOTHER "BIG E"—The Navy's first nuclear-powered aitctaft carrier, the USS Enterprise, Is,under construction at the Newport News, Va., n%val shipyard. Drawing above depicts the carrier under way, while two Navy jets streak past. -Work on the huge ship has reached the stage where shielding for the nuclear reactor, which will power the propulsion machinery, is being tnstolled. ?a£e Ofte bloccade. The United States. Briiaift an^ i r hnlice Were retlflbiy reported to 1 have prepared steps to take if l'ij' Ir&sl Germans begin cohlroltina Allied hiilitnrv (ruck convoys ir trains. The East Germans slready regulate civilian traffic from WPSI deimany Western officials declined to ?nv what Allied soldiers would do' if checkpoints now manned by Russians arc lufiled over to reprc- sentrlvies of the East German 10- Kimr which the Allies refuse '.f recognize, But eJtpert? here bcliex'e thn Al- liri! will react with these steps- 1. Formally refuse to accent ICtist German controls. 2. Protest strongly against a one - sided Russian withdrawal from the four-power occupation agreements drawn up after World the present law. in his speech last night, Me- Math said a movement lo split the Democratic Parly was well- advanced in the South. He de- el a re-d; ' Clerk Suspect in $100,000 : Robbery Held POMtLAND. Mnino <AP> — A veteran railroad mail clerk accuser! of rifling three pouches of ! riearly SlOO.OOO r>n e Pol-dnnd-^rtS^ ton tfaiti as nneslee! ns ho return r-d home tnrlay. Roborf S. Doueetie. 42. father of five was taken before U. S. . War U. 'A. If left no choice, yield to East Grrmnn controls while making it (clear that this does not constitute I rtcognition of thr Communist re- Pirne. Knst Germans manning t I'hrckpuints would be regarded j simply as agents of the Russians. ! An alternative would be for the Alllf-s to attempt an airlift .similar to the one that broke tho Soviet blockade in 10-U). 1 Then, however, the Allies had j lo supply tho 2,200.000 people of | West Berlin. With civilian traffic I not involved this time, an airlift Would only have to supply the ap- |proximately 10,000 Western .troops and civilian officials and families in West Berlin. . Commissioner Herbert rf. Sawyer for bVi-aigftVnefil tJoucette entered no ptpn anJ waived hearing on a charge he embsz^kd registered mail. Sawyer found probaWe cai.'s.e and held the jxjsifil clerk in $1.000 bail. The warrant said the money came from the First NatioMl Bank of LcwKlt.n artd Auburrw | U.S. Dist. Atty. Peter Mills said j Douocttc allegedly cinenod thr^e bRiichts while on the Porl'Miri. Boston run early tot!aj- atld >-e* moved S90.377 in FWeral RPSCI«O Systelii transfer funds, Mo «lso took w'ipl i" callorl a "test letter" con'flinm? nbmit &2.")0 Mills sold IVftlls said he understood that Doticelte a lrnn«pi rtatirn clerk since 1041 had been under s]jt- sistant postal inspector in chaiW, In Boeldti. Arthur Lagace, as-' si tont postal ln?pccior hi chai'f!fN said throe registered letters Were found in Doucctte's possession. The rifled pouches were found in an auto parked outside the station. Doucelte's arrest followed Investigation of reported losses from rnnil going out of Porllnnd, Grasshoppers moving llirotudi thd wheat and corn belt westwf I tho Mississippi in 1934-38 cost the rfarrhers more than 315 million I dollars. Prescotf News Mrs. Grace Gee Honored On \yednesdny evening Mrs. .R. S. Hamilton entertained a few friends honoring Mrs. Grace- Gee. who leaves soon to make her home In California. -Mums and roses were placed at vantage points in the party rooms. Mrs. Tliorne Hesterly won a prize in a contest and Mrs. Gee was .presented a going away gift. Colored movies were shown during the evening. A dessert plate with coffee was served to the honorce, Mrs. Thome Hesterly, Mrs. Mattie Ellis, Mrs. Ralph Fore, Mrs. J. D. Atkinson, Mrs, Mildred Dawson, Mrs. Foy Box, M'rs. C. C. Chappelle, Mrs. J. C'. Stegar and Miss Lila Grimes. ice Defense chairman, -Was the guest of C. O. Wahlciuist. Supt. J. E. Smith Kiwanls Club Speaker Supt. J. E. Smith was the gues speaker when the Kiwanis Clu met in regular session on Thursda) evening at the Broadway Hotel, Introduced 1 by Tilman Worthing ton, program chairman, Mr. Smitl compared methods of leaching to day and yesterday which was in It-resting and informative. Lions Have Regular Meeting Fourteen members were present! at the weekly luncheon meeting of the Lions Club on Thursday at the Broadway Hotel with the president, A. "E. Evans presiding. 'Program chairman Seldon Blackburn introduced Jorge Nassar. plant manager of Master-Fit Manufacturing Corp. who discussed the operation of the company, George Bell of Hope, Civil Serv- Sound life is not expensive thanks to,. insurance ll's Irue. Now ypu can own safe, sound, legal rr-sme Woodmen of the World life ce protection n! \\ new low cost ber«as« QlIAUNtlTY SAVINGS sub. gtanli«lly lowers the rlite per thousand fls the Rinount of protection increases, See how \\\\\<t \\ costs to guarantee $10,000 will be p'ai'd immediately to your 1'amjly in the cyeut of your d<>ath before age 65, Uff IN|URAN?E TO AQE Mpnthly , Mpnthly rjUAUNJITY SAVINGS! Frank F, Middlebrook Ftelil Prescott Elementary PTA Has Meeting The November meeting.-. 'of th Prescott Elementary PTA was heli on Thursday afternoon. .The pro sidenl, Mrs. Dudley Rouse, 'called the meeting lo order, The de'vo tional was given by Mrs. Heiidm Dildy. The minutes were read aw approved. Mrs. Bob Reynoldsireac the presidents message. Mrs. Floyd Hubbard invited the blcrnehtarj parents to open house that,,svas held on Nov. 14 from 9 to 11:30 a.m. in observance of America) Education Week. Mrs. D. L. McRae, Jr. introduced Mrs. Floyd Hubbard who conducted a panel discussion on "Curriculum " Elementary teachers participating" were Mrs; Morrison M'c- Leliand, Mrs, Leonard Hart, Mrs, Ou.v Loo. Mrs. Charles Scott, Mrs. Aidoll Clark, Mrs, Juanita Taylor Mrs. E. B, Johnson, Mrs. Bob Whitmarsh and Mrs. Kenneth Led- bettur, In the room count Mrs, darks' and Mrs, Lcdbetters' room tied in the south wing and Mrs, Johnson's and Mrs. Gann's room won in the north wing, Jr-Sr, PTA Study Course Held Twenty members attended ,the third study course ol' .the Junior' Senior PTA held on Thursday alt. PI noon at the Homo Econpmic Cot Uige, decorated with i'all flowers. High light of. the afternoon was n stylo show Rita Morris and Pat Hultoni of the second year homo economics class modeled wool skirls and weskits. Cotton bles wore modeled by Mary Me. Clollrmd,, .Sue MeKinnon, Chamberlain and Martha of tho third year class, An interesting talk on 'Good Boy and Girl Relationship" was given by Mrs, Edward Bryson. Coffee and cookies ~\yas served pi seeding tho mepting. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gilbert, i and Mrs. Carl Cnlvymple, | and Mrs. Jess Jiays, Mrs, ,H Mt'Kenzio, Jim MeKen,z!e ijnd Botty Ligon aUended homeco'rhins activities at the y of 4 in villo Saturday and saw the SMU footoall game. Tjie> r wer,e the guosvs of Virginia, Ann Rays, Judy Gilbert, M'artin Gilbert ai}4 Curl Palrymple Jr. a)l students of the university, Mr. and Mrs, S, p. Pavis and Vernon fore motorpd to Little Ropk Fri4f»y for the day. M^ Pa^ vis remained, foy seygral Mrs. Paul Ray JifuiuJe \v«rs visitors in J^Hguoh'g pn,4 Ei do. I Afr. jmtj Ikies 4. g, I Misses A«na nn4 j were (1^ gw?st§ ftunday of, Havvy Moore and lyjrs, Ml'ian in Hope. i &£'&. iVV , ^AvT'-'-"--/,"' ^-V,^-'^' >^>/r^;V ^"^i'^Vf-'r ?»" fi x.-" ' " ', - r> 'w .- "J3 1 -,'""'•'* •' " ; ^ ^-^<l^%i!S"C^^ ffiiffii?fflSi'-«tfikirteiHif.i fa ^ ' f >. \ "-SJA -<-:-/ J4 tvv^ .£• v>.* JS ,-rfl, '\,. v , J.-5J, M,rs. Springs spent Faubus Declares Continued From Page One lions media — the press, movies, television — and thoy have been more successful in this field than anyone imagines," he said. The governor added- that Communists also have clirecled a grsat deal of attention to fomenting dissension and unrest in racial relations. The governor reviewed pro-labor action of his administration and said he wanted to go oh record again as -opposing additional legislation to govern labor-mange- ment relations. ''Every effort should be made to preserve the rights of collective bargaining,' he said. The governor said ho favored increased unemployment benefits.' a law to require payment of a prevailing wage on "public. 1 construction and a reasonable minimum wage law. He said additional unemployment benefits were needed because the recent recession ITa'd demonstrated the inadequacy of THURSDAY -5p.m. to 8p.m. Family Night is for everyone. Young , . . and young in heart. You are invited to come join your friends and neighbors as they enjoy our delicious selections. (Cooked home style). Veal Cutlets (Chicken Fried) . V4 Fried Chicken (Southern Style) Shrimp Dinner (!/2 Doz. Jumbo) Fish Dinner (Fresh Water Channel) T-Bone Steak (Delicious Sirloin Steak (Choice, Tender) . 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