Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on June 12, 1961 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Monday, June 12, 1961
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t v/o ! A h M (J V L h A Monday, June VI, 1961 Reprimand Continued from Page One Lfppmann and F.ric Sevnroid. (he paper's Uic assignor! In n staff post nl Army headquarter'- in Heidelberg. lie liml boon scheduled, before I the storm broke, to take com- 'mand of Ibe Rib Corps in Texns in Augusl. The.Army said today this job The Army said Ibnl riministrn-j tivc admonitions are not intended j as punishment or penally, but are! "corrective measures more nnal-| ogous to instruction." However, the Army salt! the significance of an admonition "in this particular rase is greatly increased by public announcement that such action is being taken." ! At the time Kennedy ordered j the investigation in mid-April, | Walker was relieved as com- i mander of the 2-Ub Division and HAROLD HENDRIX PULPWOOD DEALER Buyers of Pine and Hardwood. Me* Yard Prescott Yard 1(Wt ft La. N. on Hwy. 67 7-4321 88-72310 HcrndoB - Cornelius Funeral Home and Burial Association Ambulance Service two-Way Radio, Oxygen, Air Conditioned Phone PR 7-4686 Yancey will leave for this post ncxl niontli. The full investigative report \vas not made public, but a summary raid dial Gen. Clarke concluded that Walker: 1. "In a speech before about 2()n members and dependents of liis division, made derogatory remarks of n serious nature about certain prominent Americans, the American press, and TV industry and certain commentators which linked (he persons and institutions with communism and Communist influence. 2. "Failed to heed cautions by superior officers to refrain from participating in controversial activities which were contrary to long-standing customs of the military service and beyond the prerogatives of a senior military commander." The Army declined to pinpoint these controversial activities. •In releasing the findings, tbe Army quoted Clarke as saying "no one can question Gen. Walker's sincerity of purpose, but his actions exceeded the limits of propriety for an officer of thp Army." Clarke spoke of Walker's past Tractor Team Leaves for Cuban Talks By LEWIS GULICK WASHINGTON <AP> — A four- man American team leaves for Havana tonight in hopes of closing a deal with Prime Minister Fidel Castro to swap 500 tractors for. 1,200 Cuban invasion prisoners. The U.S. technical team repre Weather Continued from Page On« low 70s. LOUISIANA: Partly cloudy and warm through Tuesday with scattered afternoon and evening thun- dcrshowers. High today Rfi to !)2. Low tonight 08 to 74. .. senting the Tractors-for-Frncdnm Committee cnblcd Castro Sunday night that it would arrive in ha- vana at 8 a.m. Tuesday after an overnight stop in Miami. The path to Havona seemed cleared of any official obstacles. Representatives of both the U.S. team could get the necessary travel permits in Washington this THE WEATHER ELSEWHERE .By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High Low Pr. Albany, cloudy Albi!(|ucrr|iie, clear Atlanta, cloudy Bismarck, cloudy Boston, cloudy Buffalo, cloudy Chicago/ clear Cleveland, clear Denvoi', t'loar and Cuban governments said the. j DCS Moincs. cloudy morning. But it remained to be scon whether Castro would agree to Detroit, clear Fairbanks, cloudy Fort Worth, cloudy Helena, cloudy Honolulu, clear the terms the committee is offer-(Indianapolis, clear HOME LOANS TITLE 1 (Home Improvement) • Conventional • FHA Build — Buy — Repair — Remodel — Refinance This is a local institution, owned by the nearly 500 people who save their money here, 'and we're here to help YOU with your savings ond loan problems. You are cordially invited to use our many facilities. ing. The pro-Communist Cuban has been talking publicly about deals the Americans say they will not accept. A spokesman said the U.S. (cam ' four non-government farm m:i- linery experts hopes to complete rrangements in Havana in about day, returning to the United tales Wednesday. In its cable to Castro, the group aid it had power to negotiate nly on details of the committee crsion of a swap and is in no osition to discuss any other maters. The Tractors-for-Frcedom Committee is headed by Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt, labor leader Walter "'. Reuther and Dr. Milton Eisen- lower, brother of the former pres- Fred 0. Ellis, Secretary _.- __ „,. --. . Main - Pho. 7-4661 your city a better place to live, work ind nl$»_t result of a GROWING .Savings and Loan business Juneau, cloudy Kansas City, clear LOK Angeles, cloudy Louisville, clear Memphis, cloudy Miami, cloudy Milwaukee, cloudy Mpls., St. Paul, cloudy 80 GO . New Orleans, cloudy f!8 70 .07 New York, cloudy 84 68 Oklahoma City, clear 89 G8 Rt 93 01 87 07 96 67 7.', 58 79 0 93 72 82 03 87 53 93 70 80 08 61 51 89 73 81 54 85 74 87 68 63 49 91 72 75 55 87 G7 89 70 84 74 90 67 .02 .10 .04 .4 Philadelphia, rain i Phoenix, clear military and combat record as commendable. Walker won a variety of decorations for service in World War II and Korea, The Army said it considers the case closed and plans no furhher action. le was understood that Kennedy reviewed and approved the Army actions and findings before their release. »During the investigation, Walker has been on duty as assistant to the deputy chief of staff for operations at European command headquarters in Heidelberg. He has hot been available to newsmen. There has been speculation he would retire if the Army findings went against him. With 30 years of service behind him. Walker is eligible to retire. Omaha, cloudy 89 71 86 65 T 103 60 Pittsburgh, clear 85 00 Portland, Me., cloudy 66 55 Portland, Ore., cloudy 06 5 , 1 Rapid City, clear 91 59 Richmond, cloudy 89 67 St. Louis, clear 88 66 San Diego, cloudy 67 56 San Francisco, cloudy 62 53 Seattle, cloudy 66 48 Washington, clear 85 09 (T-Trace) Kennedy, Crutches to Washington PALM BEACH, Fla. (API- President Kennedy, on crutches' to ease his back, left for Washington today after four days of recuperation here. Kennedy's big jet plane took off at 10:14 a.m. for the two-hour flight to Andrews Air Force Base near the capital. From Andrciws, Kennedy will fly by helicopter to the White House, arriving in time to play host at a luncheon honoring Pro- mkT Aminloro Fansahi of, Italy. Kfir.-'iy was lifted aboard the presidential plane by a "cherry picker" crano which was mounted on Hie back of an Air Force truck. Assistant pi'css secretary An drew Hatcher said officially that Kennedy was feeling fine after his brief Florida vacation. He said the decision to use the crane was made because it is safer and to ease the strain of walking up the plane .step. 1 -: on crutches. Kennedy left his vacation spot at !i:52 a.m., to drive to the airport. He walked to the car on wooden crutches with red rubber arm pads. Ho had no trouble get ting in and his face showed no particular strain although he ap pnared solemn. The President has been crutches since coming here Thurs day but before today had not ap-1 collusive and monopolistic prac- peared in public with them, ice, of which GE andJ* otter public Hatcher .said he cpected nedy to be on them for at, several more clays. Ken- least 6E Fears Pressure From U. S. NEW YORK (AP) - General Electric Co. said today the gov nrnment has raised the possibility t might go to court to break up GE, world's largest elcclrica 4oods manufacturer. The company said its representatives were told of the possibility ast week by Asst. Ally. Gen. Lee Loeyinger. in discussions on a proposed consent decree to end a ?rice-fixing conspiracy case. The talk of a divestiture proceeding followed GE rejection of the government-drafted decree as foolhardy and impossible of fulfillment, a spokesman said. The spokesman made his dis- lectrical equipment manufactur ers were convicted earlier this year. The companies and 45 persons were fined nearly $2 million for conspiring to fix prices, rig bids and allocate markets. As now drafted, however, the consent decree would commit the companies to much more than putting an end to the conspiracy of which they were convicted earlier. The companies would have to agree to refrain from selling "a Hope Star SSS& It* »»,H*H IIW; CohtaUfeted Janmfr II, HM4 to*** W*Wirt Hope, Afkonsol Me*. M, WdrtfcMHi, Miter * Paul H. Jon««, Menoiin« tdlfof Oonal Barker, Ad»erHsm9 Mfl». C"M. V*> Rot'*'. >'•> Clrj'l. ' Scorgt W. Mosmer, Meeh. Supt. Entered M leeond etais moMer o the Poi» «Mle. af Mope, **<»"«» under fh* At* •» Mareh 3, 1W; closure in commenting on stories in the New York Times and Wall Street Journal on the possible government move. The spokesman added that Loc- vinger did riot make clear which properties the government might seek to split off from the parent firm. The decree is an alternative to a .civil'sulk in-which the government .would ask relief .from the rnent or the court would consider their prices "unreasonably low." . Under the decree, any sales would constitute contempt of court "whore the effect is, or where there is a reasonable probability that the effect will be, substantially too injure, suppress or stifle competition or tend to create a monopoly." The Justice Department antitrust division has been negotiating for acceptance of the decree with the leading manufacturers making power switchgear assemblies. The Mayas believed that their sun god lived in a huge natural well in Yucatan. They often threw prized possessions into the wel to placate the cliety. 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The group of private citizens was set up with President Kennedy's help after Castro's' May 17 offer in a TV speech to exchange his captives from the U.S.-aidcd invasion for 500 tractors. The committee has been soliciting donations to pay for the tractors. One principal difference between Castro's proposal and the- committee's counter-offer so far has been in the type of tractors, involved. ' Castro also has talked about political prisoner exchanges, a subject unacceptable to the committee. He has been vague about what prisoners he would return. We're headquarters fi SCOUT America's new WORK or PLAY, WONDERl tfa a hardtop pickup ...an open air runabout ; • •«» off-road workhorse ... a whole new idea in tow-cost tranaportationt costs little to hay, less to run! The Scout offers full-width seating for three. Its ateel top cotqes off in minutes. Its all-steel body hauls plan-size loads of cargo, has extra seating on full-length wheel housings. 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