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Page Two M U f t A h n u Hope Star Published every weekday afternoui. STAR PUBLISHING CO. Mrs. C. t. Palmer, President Alex. H. Woshburn, Sccy-Treof. at The Star Building SMf of Hope 1899; Press 1927 Consolidated January 18, 1929 212-14 South Walnut Street Hope, Arkansas Me*. H. Washburn, Editor & Publish* Paul H. Jones, Managing Editor Donal Porker, Advertising Mqr. Mrs. Jean Adler, Classified Mqr. C. M. (Pod) Roger, Jr., Cire'l. Mgr. George W. Hosmer, Mcch. Supt. Entered as second class matter a the Post Office at Hope, Arkonsai under the Act of March 3, 1897. Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations Subscription Ratrs (payable in odvancn) By carrier in Hope and nciqhborini Per week S .3 One month 1.3C Per year 13.61 By mail in HempsfecrJ, Movada LoFoyette, Howard and Miller Counties — One month $ .8! Three months 1.8! Six months 3.5C One year 6.5£ All other mall — Three months 3.9t Six months 7-8» One year 13.6C Nafl Advertls'ng Representatives Arkansas Doilies, Inc., 1607. StcricV Bldg. Memphis 2, Tenn.; 505 Texas Bonk Bldg., Dallas 1, Texas: 360 N Michigan Ave., Chicago 1, III.; 60 E 42nd St., New York 17, N. Y.; 1763 Penobscot Bldg., Detroit 2, Mich Terminal Bldg., Oklahoma City 2 Okla. Member of The Associated Press The Associated Press I. entitled ex clusively to the use for repubiicatio' of oil the local news printed in th' 1 newspaper, as well a* all AP new dispatches. N. Orleans Mayor U. S, Ambassador WASHINGTON (API—President Kennedy today picked Mayor De- Lesseps Morrison of New Orleans to be U.S. ambassador to the Organization of American States. Morrison said he would resign as mayor of New Orleans to accept the post. White House press secretary Pi- their background j crre stinger said Morrison would be one of the leaders of the American delegation to an inter-American economic conference in Montevideo, Uruguay, in mid-July. Salinger said there still has been no decision as to whether Kennedy will attend the conference but that the matter has been under discussion. Organ Being Restored on Television By CYNTHIA LOWRY AP TV-Radio Writer NFAV VOHK <AP>—Radio soap i operas which invariably used or- j gan murk 1 d j gave I ho instrument some of its • .saccharine reputation. Now tele- j vision is helping restore the or- igan lo its deserved high place. TV daytime serials still rely on Ihe organ to provide dramatic ac- I cents and over-all atmosphere. i But nowadays the music is much | more sophisticated. Billy Nalle | the organist on the "Young Dr. Malone" series on NBC, plays j )•,}?:/. for Ihc show's music, im; provising and weaving themes together as the action proceeds. j Nalle broke the organ-tabo in ; television. He played a jazz background on n CBS "Suspense" j show in 1053 — long before the j dramatic "Peter Gunn" theme music was even dreamed about. Challenges Revenue Estimate LITTLE ROCK (API—An aator- ney for the Arkansas Education Association, Eugene Warren, today challenged the latest estimates of state revenue in the next fiscal year. Warren said that estimated revenue of S10G million as predicted by Comptroller L. A. Mashburn Monday "will insure issuance of more -building bonds but still won't fulfill the appropriations for state agencie?." Warren is a leading opponent of Gov. Orval E. Faubus' proposed $60 million construction bond issue, which is contingent upon State Revenues annually being available to support the bonds. He contended that the revised estimate of revenue, up from earlier figures, was an attempt "to confuse the voters in the bond election of June 27." Warren charged that additional bonds will be issued regardless of whether the amounts appropriated for state agencies is reached or not. The most interesting part of Tuesday night's "TV Guide Awards Show" on NBC was the re.'-ult of the voting by readers on their favorite shows and performers. Presumably the most dedicated ol TV viewers were the ones who cast their ballots in the magazine's poll. There were eight categories of shows. "Sing Along With Mitch" won as the best musical or variety show. NBC's election night coverage and its nightly Huntley-Brinkley news report were lops in their current events categories. "Macbeth." an NBC Hall of Fame special, was chosen as the best dramatic program of the season. CBS" "The Andy Griffith Show" was picked by the public as its favorite new series, while CBS' "Perry Mason" and its star, Raymond Burr, were declared the avorite series and the favorite nale star. Carol Burnett, of CBS' 'Garry Mocre Show," was voted .he favorite female star. The program wasted little time massing out the awards, and most of the 60 minutes was devoted to a series of rather uninspired sketches gently kidding—as usual — television ratings, commercials, cue cards. Westerns and private eyes. Notionalists Against Move TAIPEI, Formosa (AP) — The possibility of United States recognition of Outer Mongolia touched off angry scenes in the Chinese Nationalist Parliament today. Impassioned lawmakers demanded that Chiang Kai-Shek'3 government firmly request Washington to halt any further talks on the subject This Takes Credit a Bit Too Far By JOY MILLER NEW YORK rAP>—Whon ,7 12- year-old can .«auntcr into a store and put a lollipop or a baseball bat on his -own charge account, is that carrying credit a little to far? Or is it teaching him responsibility, making him a debt-conscious small edition of pop? • Whether it's robbing the cradle or performing community service, some stores in some states make charge accounts available to children as young as 12. "This phenomenal growth of teen-age credit is one aspect of the consumer credit explosion," says Hillel Black, who came across on-the-cuff plans for junior during research for his book "Buy Now, Pay Later." "Kids get allowances from their parents, have part-time jobs — and it's all their money to spend the way they want to. The teenage market now is figured at $10 billion a year; by 19(17 it's expected to rise to $15 billion," Black But there are certain risks in selling debt to children, he points out. Nearly all adults have a credit history, but kids don't. How tin you decide which are good risks? "A credit manager in one Pennsylvania store told me that if parents show a good credit record, he'll lake a change on their offspring," says Black. "If the parents' record is bad, he may re- jcxt (he child." "Ire went on to say that although he doesn't tell the child why ho is being rejected the youngster always knows it's because his parents owe a lot of money. I seriously question whether this is a heallhy thing for children, with the credit sins of the fathers being handed down to (lie next generation." There's no doubt, of course, thai most adults have more than a nodding acquaintance with buying on time. The typical American family today owes $5,000, a 413 per cent climb in 15 years. "I don't think credit itself is bad." Mill say.':. "It's necessary to our way of life and our econ» omy. It supplies jobs, it allows low income people to bring up their standard of living. "But my objection is that the Will See If State Can Get Relief LITTLE HOCK (AP>—Gov. Orval E. Faubus will a«.k the Arkansas Industrial Development Commission to see if Arkansas IE entitled to any relief under a federal depressed areas law. Faubus indicated today he feels the Camclen area might qualify under the new Kennedy Administration bill "We also have many rural areas with chronic under-employment," he said. "Some of them might be eligible." Camden has been economically Emergency Aid to Girls' School LITTLE HOCK (API—Gov. Orval E. Faubus Tuesday provided $2,000 from his emergency fund to help the Fargo Training School, the faogro girls' industrial school, I meet current expenses. Faubus said the institution's current appropriation had been depleted be^ cause of an increase in its population. Wednesdoy, June U, 1961 27. Gov. Ofvat E, Faubus Tuflp day set the date, which coincides with the date of the statewide vote on Fmibus' proposed $60 million station construction bond issue. depressed since the closed the Shiimakcr government Naval Ordnance Depot about two years ago. American consumer is to often deceived, and in some instances outrageously swindled. He doesn't know, can't figure out and is rarely told what he is paying for debt. There's no comparison shopping, no way of finding onto what credit costs in terms of simple annual interest. "For the teen-ager, this means he's never taught the true cost of credit—which can run up to 80 per cent interest charges on a .$25 account." To Name Successor LITTLE ROCK (AP>— A successor to the late Clay Brazil as Conway' County representative will be named at a special election June SPRAYERS Row Crop and Pasturo Sprayors * Niw It tht Timt to Buy PORTER ••WW^^^WwHw Vi ^i^H'™*J^ i^f Xf MMM 7-3747 Atk fcr • D«fn«istr«ti«i PLENTY OP RIVIS ORCHARD RIPE PEACHES • Bring your bask** — Ckt • bushtl. • Excellent for !>ickk» and prmrvts — PRICED REASONABLE — • Also, delicious red, ripe watoMMlms and other fruits and vcfttabltt. SAM REVIS SHED ONE MILE EAST ON HIGHWAY «7 Legal Notice NOTICE IN THE PROBATE COURT OF HEMPSTEAD COUNTY, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OP THE ESTATE OF MAMIE CRITCHLOW, deceased I No. 1473 Slain Officers Average 5 Month LITTLE ROCK (AP)-An average of five U.S. law enforcement officers a month are slain while patrolling alone, the secretary of the National Sheriffs Association said today. Charles Hahn of Washington said the association, which is holding its annual convention- here, vigorously opposes having only one officer in a patrol car. "I wouldn't ride a prowl ;car at night by myself for $5,000 a month," Hahn said in an interview. Hahn praised the unpaid volunteers he said accompanied regular deputies on nightime .rounds in many areas. He said the Sheriffs Association also wants "to get the kids out of the county jails to the proper type of detention facilities." He said the association opposes the use of jrils for keeping the mentally ill but added that no other facilities were, available in Last known address of decedent: De Ann, R. F. D. 3, Hope, Arkansas Date of death: June 7, 1961. An instrument dated April 13, 1961, was on the 13th clay of June. 1961, admitted to probate as the last will of the above named decedent, and the undersigned has been appointed executor there- under. A contest of the probate manv communities, of the will can be effected only by filing a petition within the time provided by law. All persons having claims against the estate must exhibit them, duly verified, to the undersigned within six months from the date of the first publication of this notice or they shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefit in the estate. This notice .first published 14th day of June 1961. Irvin Burke Executor Route 3, Hope, Arkansas June 14, 21, 1961 Legal Notice NOTICE IN THE PROBATE COURT OF HfMP$TEAD COUNTY, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Fester Taylor, deceased No. 147 Last known address of decedent Rt. 4, Box 3S6, Hope, Arkansas Date of death: 21st day of May 196}. ; An instrument dated August 15th, I960, was on the 13th day June. 1961 admitted to probat as the last will of the above name decedent, and the undersigned ha been appointed executrix there under. A contest of the probate the will can be effected only \, filing a petition within the tim provided by law. All persons having claim against the estate must exhibit them, duly verified, to the under- eigned within six months from the date of the first publication of this notice or they shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefit in the estate. This notice first published 14 day of June 1961. Daisy Taylor Executrix Rt. 4; Box 386 Hope, Arkansas Juu* 14, 21, 1961 Insurance Firms Seek ro Merge LITTLE ROCK (AP) — State nsurance Commissioner Harvey tombs today announced the pro- 'osed merger of two Arkansas in- urance companies—Banker's Pre- erred Life and American Life nd Annuities. Stockholders of the two firms vill vote on the merger proposal iere Saturday, Combs said. J. B. Sherin is president of banker's and Lawrence Primm leads American. Both were, organized in 1958, PERRY'S Truck Stop 24 HOUR AUTO AND TRUCK RIFAIR Ifefe «f Telephont 7-W74 OFFICIAL AM «ARAOJ f A PEEK AT PREMIUM PINK, THE ADDITIVE OF THE FUTURE ] L \ >" SEND FOR YOUR FREE SAMPLE OF PINK AIR! f J\.s we know, there is a strong trend in the gasoline station industry toward adding a coloring ingredient to the air which goes mto your tires. Like blue, purple, green, crimson, and others. The reason is: additives have been added to everything else connected with your car. Now it is air's turn. But authorities estimate that it will be ten years before the switchover from ordinary air is completed and colored air is in the hoses. Meanwhile Fina, an alert young oil company, has staked out Pink Air, 0 And has started a crash program so they can beat everybody else by five years: the Fina Five Year Plan.) IE are happy to report some progress. Our Pink Air Research [Laboratory at Mount Pleasant, Texas is hard at work on the secret ingredient which will turn air pink. We are still confident that we will be able to get it to our more than 2,000 Fina stations by May 12, 1966. About 4:30 P.M., we figure; some ol our trucks don't get around until late in the afternoon. We will keep you posted. However, a technical question has been brought to our attention: "How is anybody going to know what Pink Air looks like when it's inside a tire?" That is a good question and to answer it we will send you a sample as we promised in our last ad. A Free sample. Naturally, for security reasons* we won't be able to send you any real Pink Air. Besides, what would we mail it in? No, the best answer is a pink balloon** so when you blow it up Regular air will look like Premium Pink, And there'll be a Fina emblem on it so the next time you're driving down the road and you see it and the station is on your side so you dont have to make a U-turn and there aren't six cars waiting and you need gas or something, please stop in. And see for yourself that our products are just exactly as ( good as the best. And when you're through looking at the Pink Air give it to the kids,' they'll like it. How many children do you have? *It might float into the wrong hands. Enough said. ** Actually, TWO balloons, one inside the other. Don't worry, Fina Pink Air Development Division American Petrofina. Dallas, Texas Dear Fina: I would like to see what Pink Air looks like. I have. N ame_ ... Address™*- , State r fiiE i I PINK All I L COUPON J , AUKK1C4* pKTIK>ritl4, IMU43, TEXAS

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