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fritfty, Jim T«, if|f IE MOM iTAt, MOM, AIRANIAI Phone 7-3431 Between 8 A. M. and 4 P. M, Calendar •Vftflway, June 19 There will be an installation of officers at the Wcsleyan Service Guild No. 2 meeting on June 10 at 7:30 p. m., in the home of Miss Mary Anita Lascter with VMiss Margie Vickcrs as co-hos- jtss. A full attendance is request- WMS Circles of the First Bap- tisMChurch will meet Monday morning, June i<j, at !):30, in (ho following homes: Circle No. 1 — Martha Hairslon, in the home of Miss Connie Ward, 020 North Elm. Mrs. George Young is chairman. Circle No. 2 — Annie Hoover, in the home of Mrs. Perry Moses, Spring Hill road. The hostcss : is Circle Chairman. CJ^f-le No. 3 - Hazel Sorrels, in thc home of Mrs. Harry Shiver, 309 North Main. Mrs. Hody Butler is chairman. Circle No. 4— Catherine Ilal- lon, in the home of Mrs. Frank Ward, 1109 Park Drive. Mrs. A. •B. Martin is chairman. Circle No. 5 — Amanda Tinkle, in the home of Mrs. Fred Ma- Ihenia, Rosston Road. Mrs. Clar- enccjGcist is chairman. Pfease note Ihe change in lime. The church nursery will be opened. Bowling BellM Hold Banquet The Gaslitc Belles U.S. Envoy's Car Burned in Caracas CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — Several hundred proCastro stu dents burned U.S. Ambassador Tcodoro Moscoso's automobile meetings, which began last fall,', with a banquet at the Diamond ^n Tuesday night, June 13 for 46 members and guests. j Clever decorations featuring bowling balls, magnolia blossoms, cape jasmine blooms, while daisies ancl candles, ancl liny dolls ; in black and white bowling cos- ' tumes were seen on the "E" shaped table. Mrs. Theresa II. Kclonc of Little Rock, secretary of the Arkansas Women's Bowling Assn., | Inc., and treasurer of thc International Women's Bowling Assn., and Mrs. Jean Pearcy of Hot Springs, president of thc Arkansas Women's Bowling Assn., Inc., were honored guests. *"* g Thc students crowded around thc car parked on the university campus, yanked the driver'from the front seat and set thc vchi clc afire. Government officials charged the students acted on order of "well known leftist leaders." The Caracas press has accused uni vcrsity officials of being too Icni cut with Communists in (he stu dent body who staged a bloody uprising laic last year. Moscoso did not sec thc attack and discounted its significance, saying: "I must say that I feel this docs not reflect thc true feel ing of thc people of Venezuela." A Puerto Rican, Moscoso was Circle No. 5 of the First Methodist Church will meet Monday, June 1!), in Ihe home of Mrs. J. W. Franks at 7:30. Tuesday, Juno 20 The American Legion Auxiliary of Iftelic Huddleston Post No. 12 will meet Tuesday June 20 ;il 7:30 p. m. in thc home of Mrs. E. S. Franklin, with Mrs. Mamie Gcn- Iry co-hostess. There will be a guest speaker. Program will be in charge of Mrs, Charles Taylor. All members arc urged to attend as important business will be discussed. 3HXIE Drive-In /kedMs *^*z^*xs^r**£im • TONfTE -- TOMORROW • Two Great Adventure Shows Both in Color! • PLUS • "TARZAN THE MAGNIFICENT" SUN.-MON.-TUES. ne of 1961 Great Pictures "A ROBUST i Show of Razzle-Dazzle... MEUAUO THRU UNITCD MTISTS monies following Ihe invocation by Mrs. Norma Jean Delaney and the serving of a delicious meal. Mrs. Margie Harrie, secretary of the E. W. B. A., presented awards for highest gome and highest series of three games to team members in the league. Special guests included Dale Jones, representing the Citizen's National Bank, sponsor of the championship team; Winfred Huckabee and Mrs, Eva Reynerson, who cntcrlaincd lhc group with music on thc electric guitar and the piano; ancl John Harrie and Bill Mudgelt, score keepers I for the league. Liberty Hill R. D. Club Meets Thc Liberty Hill Home Demonstration Club met Tuesday with Mrs. Jesse Powell. There .were hcvcn members present. Mrs. Lester Kent gave thc "eye opener" entitled "Let Wax Do the Work". Roll call was answered by . "my favorite color combination". Mrs. E. H. Bycrs gave a demonstration on color schemes. Refreshments were served to the members present. Thc July will be Tuesday thc llth. in a move le improve U.S. rela lions with Latin America. But even before his arrival r« cently, Moscoso had been thc tar get of student demonstrations do nouncing the U.S. role in Ihe ill fated invasion of Cuba by exiled opponents of Fidel Castro. The students had been trying to get up a demonstration ever sinco Moscoso arrived in Caracas but had been thwarted by the vigil ance of police, acting on orders of President Romulo Bctancourt However, police traditionally stay off Venezuelan campusos unless invited lo enter by school author ilics, and Moscoso and his parly — Larry Robinson photo Miss Patricia Ann VolenHne program each club brought a talent number. There were 11 clubs present and J22 present. Centcrville 4-H Club Meets Thc Centervillc 4-H Club met Thursday, JJune 8, at 7:30 p.m. in the community building. The meeting was called lo order by thc president Perry Smith. 'The opening song was led by Ihe song leader, Mrs. Garrelt Jones, and the pledge to the American Flag and the 4-H Pledge was led by Jerry Carlton, vice-president. The cle- volional and a report on camp was given by Don Beck. Nancy Lang- slon gave a demonstration on How to make a sewing kit" and a talcnl number was given by Barbara Piercy, Nancy Langslon, and Linda Langston. 17 members answered roll call. Thc meeting adjourned lo mccl again on July 13 at 7:30. Refreshments were served lo the 17 members present, Iwo leaders and Iwo visitors, Johnny and Patricia Coynes. Hempstead County 4-H Council Has Meeting The Hempstead County 4-H Council met at the courthouse on Monday at 7:30. Janet Roberts, president, called thc meeting to order. A song was led by the song leader. The pledge tp the American flag was led by Patsy Smith and the pledge to the 4-11 flag was led by Diane Marcum. The secretary, read thc minutes and gave the treasurers report. For the SAENCER THEATRE FRIDAY - SATURDAY Matinee Every Day RONALD FOSTER • PAT BLAIR CARTOON: NIGHTLIFE IN TOKYO - ELMO MORITZ BLITS MID-NITE SHOW SUNDAY - MONDAY THRILLS AND SPILLS UNDER THE BIG TOP! IN CIRCUSCOPE AND COLOR CUUS GERMAINE [IMA CLKE HOLM- DAKAR- KARLOWA• A8ERI ••v JOSEPH E.LEVINE *' iwwntt FABULOUS WORLD JUIESVERNE PF NEW? Cartoon: Plutos House Warming Victory 4-H Club Holds Monthly Meeting The Victory 4-11. Club held its monthly meeting on June 8 at the clubhouse. Thc devotional was given by Rev. Lacy Rowc. Prayer was led by Rev. Rowc. • Robert Cash led the group in n song. The pledge lo the American flag was led by Helen MeCorklc and the Millc-n. A demonstration was given by Claudia McCorkle on covering a shoe. Carolyn McMillcn made a motion the meeting adjourn. Refreshments were served to 11 leaders ancl 17 members .and. a visitor Rev, Lacy Rowc. The next mecling will be at the clubhouse on July 13. Hinton H. D. Club Meets at Fair Park The Hinlon Home Demonstration Club met at the Fair Park with II members present. The vice president, Mrs. Ruby Griffin, presided. The homcmakors prayer was repealed. Afler Ihe treasurers report an auction sale was held. Mrs. Slclla Beardcn received lhc surprise package. The July meeting will be at Fail- Park. Refreshments were served during the social hour. Coming and Going Mrs. Sue Wesson has returned from an extended visit in Silome Springs and Fayelleville. While in Silome Springs she attended the wedding of her niece Miss Reta Bcaly. Invitation is extended to friends of Miss Patricia Ann Valentine and James Hogan Westmoreland of Shrcveport to nllcnd (heir wedding Saturday, JJuly 29, at 7:00 p. m. in the North Highland Baptist Church, Shrcveport, La. Miss Volentinc is thc daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Volcntine of Hope, Arkansas; and Mr. Westmoreland's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Barney Westmoreland of Shrevcporl. Reverend Glen Marr, pastor of thc North Highland Baptist Church, will officiate. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of the late Mr. ancl Mrs. B. W. Springs of Hope and Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. Volenlinc of Nashville, Arkansas. Shu was a 1900 graduate of Hope High School ancl .attended business college in Shrcveport. Miss Volentinc is now employed by a Shrcveport utility company. The grandparents of the bridegroom-elect are Mrs. Bc-n Itogan Means ancl the late Mr. Means of Ida and Mr. ancl Mrs. James Hogan Westmoreland of Tallulah. He was a l!), r )7 graduate of Byrcl High School, attended Centenary College, and is now serving six month's aclivc duty in the U. S. Air Force Reserve stationed at Barksdalc in Shrevcporl. The couple will have as their attendants at their wedding Mrs. Jacky Willctt, of Commerce, Texas, matron of honor; thc Misses Kny Westmoreland, sister of llu: bridegroom-elect, nnd Bonnie Byrom, niece of thc bride- elect, as bridesmaids; Barney Westmoreland, brother of the prospective bridegroom, will serve as best man; Misses Tobi Sue Lindsey and Jane Stephcnson. will tight the candles; Charles Campbell will present the special music with Miss Laclcll Day at the organ; Lanclle Teeters and Dwayne VolcMilinc, niece and nephew of thc hride-lo-be, as flowergirl and rinjj- bearer; Bill Lanclscy and Bobby Young, as ushers; ancl Jacky Uns- berry and Neil Young as groomsmen. Following a short wedding trip, (he couple will reside in Shreve- porl wlu-ro Mr. \Voslmorelancl will return lo his position as teller at a Bossier Bank. Weather Continued from Page tonight in the low 50s to low OOs. Highest Saturday in Ihc 70s. Louisiana; Considerable cloudiness and mild through Saturday. Widely scattered thundershowers south portion ancl occasional rain northwest portion. Lowest tonight 00-05 north and 65-72 south portion. Highest Saturday 80-88. THE WEATHER ELSEWHERE By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High LowPr. Albany, clear 00 40 Albuquerque, cloudy 7(i Of) .It Atlanta, cloudy ita 50 .4.3 Bismarck, clear 70 49 .. Boston, clear 07 4<) Buffalo, clear (12 4:) ;. Chicago, clear 02 49 ., Cleveland, clew fit 3!) .. Denver, cloudy 50 40 DCS Moincs, cloudy Oft no . Detroit, clear no 45 Detroit, clear 00 45 .. Fairbanks, cloudy 75 HI .. Fort Worth, rain 1)4 04 .0!) Helena, clear . HO r>8 Honolulu, M M M Indianapolis, clear o;t 4fi .. Jtincau, cloudy no 40 .09 Kansas City, cloudy 6)1 57 .. Lts Angeles, cloudy 113 GO ., Louisville, cloudy f,2 47 ,22 Memphis, cloudy 77 57 ., Miami, clear. 05 HO ,. Milwaukee, clear 61 41 Mpls,, St. Paul, cloudy 71 43 New Orleans', cloudy 117 71 .41 New York, clear 6(i 54 Oklahoma City, cloudy 7(1 00 .03 Omaha, cloudy Ofi 51 .. Philadelphia, cloudy 68 53 .. Phoenix, clear m 02 Pittsburgh, clear 63 43 .. Portland, Me., cleai- 00 40 .. Portland, Ore., clear !)2 04 .. Rapid City, clear 71 411 ., Richmond, clear 72 52 .14 St. Louis, cloudy 00 40 .22 Salt Lake City, clear l)!t no .. San Diego, clear 75 02 .. San Francisco, clear nr> 59 .. Seattle, M no M .. Tampa, cloudy n<> 77 .. Washington, clear 05 54 .. (M-Missingi DOROTHY DUX Greater Love Halh No Brother Mr. and Mrs. Homer Schoolcy, Mrs. Imon Cook, Cathy Cook Mr. ancl Mrs. Malcolm Hinlon, Shirley Dcnise Hinton, Mrs. Claude Hin- lon, Mr. and Mrs. E. E7. Bodie, Mr. Clifford Franks, Mary and Dick Ovcrlurf and Mrs. Dexter Bailey attended "Guest Day" at Camp Pioneer near Mcna where Mr. OvertuiT and members of Troop 1)1 are spending this week. Mr. ancl Mrs. Joe Booker and daughter, rtov. James Hickman ancl Dannie Boyctte of Washington attended "Guest Day" at Camp Pioneer Thursday. Miss April Drowly of East Chicago, Incl., accompanied 'her grandparents, Mr. and Airs. Carl Drowty, on a visit to the Haskell Jones home in Oakhavcn. Mrs. Horace Anthony and Carol left Friday by plane for Spartanburg, S. C., lo visil Ihe Jim Case family. En route home they will stop in Meridian, Miss.,' to see the Lcroy Henry family. Mrs. E. L. Archer returned home Monday from a visit in DCS Plaines, 111., with the Dean Strand family at which time she met her newest grandson. Mrs. Archer was accompanied home by Mrs. Strand and children for a visil here. By HELEN WORDEN ERSKINE Dear Helen: In previous years my '17-year-old brother's teachers built him up as a genius, ycl these past semesters his average never bettered C and this in spile of dogged study. I fear his slump in school is partly clue to my A average. Our parents compare our report cards. This has built a wall between us. Ever since Brother was a child we all scrimped and saved lo put him through university. Now he tells us an educuloin is no longer important; so our caslleK-in-lhc- air have come tumbling clown. Fn:her says if he doesn't worry about us, why worry about him? accepted I his thinking until a startling oecurcncc last week. We had a fire in our home. I was alone with my little sister, our parents b e i n g downtown and Brother a block away at a 'riend's house. Bui he heard the drens, saw the flames and came running. Meanwhile I had carried sister to safety and was watching from a neighbor's window. Before rould stop my brother, he tore past. Pale as a ghost, face transfigured by love, his one thought was to rescue us. When the firemen carried him out unharmed, his face had fallen into thc old familiar lines of stubborn indifference.' But that single fleeting glimpse of his true feelings melted my heart. Should I try letting my marks gn down in order lo ru- storc his belief in himself? — Slumped Student. Dear Stumped Student: Fire indeed separates the gold from the drossJ Bui don'l lei sentimentality sell you fliort. Your brother's teachers, nol you, are responsible for his lighted as a child-wonder. They can't lake failure. However, now thai you know where he really rales you. il will be easier to reaph your brother. Since you've been getting A's and he C's, help him to help himself by reviewing those studies with him in which he does poorly. Summer is a good time to do it. But first have a heart-to-heart lalk and, if possible, give him a chance lo do something for you in exchange. Dear Helen: 1 read the letter of the girl that loved a boy who was Joe Alan Polk will leave Saturday for Newport, R. L, and Naval Officers Candidate School. Nathan McKae of Little Rock is visiting his grandparents. Mrs. Helen McRae Barlow and Mr. ancl Mrs. R. N. Mouser. Lt. Col. and Mrs. Hal E. Bilyeu, Nanette, and Ken of Lexing ton, Va., will arrive Saturday for a week's visit with her mother, Mrs. Helen McRae Barlow. in reform school for stealing a car. You told her to forget him because a boy who steals a car is a no-good. You arc terribly wrong. My husband is a wonderful man. a good provider and I know will be a good father. Yet, awhile back, he vvenl to jail for stealing. This was before we met. He real i/es his mistake and would never do anything wrong again. Everyone is entitled to a mishap without being judged by it for the rest of his life. My family thinks the world of my husband and no one holds (his past misstep against him. That boy should be given the chance lo prove himself. If he slill goes wrong, then loll Ihe girl lo forget him. —Mrs. B. Dear Mrs. B.: The difficulty is, if the girl yivcs the boy a chance to prove himself and should he still go wrong, il might be impossible by that lime, especially if there arc children, for her to forget him. Belter that he prove he has reformed before they risk marriage. I admit it depends to a certain exlc'iil upon the character of thc individual. It's a good dual like alcoholics where one in 20 has the will lo reform. went unguarded to sec the exhibit at Ihe school of architecture. Moscoso wailed in thc office of Rafael Devenzi, thc university president, while school authorities restored order, Alejandro Oropcza Castillo, guv ernor of (ho Caracas District, and scores of police arrived within minutes after the incident was re ported but were nut called into the campus. Governor Orupeza accompanied Moscoso back to the U.S. Km bassy. Thc university was thc center of an upri:.;ms that look 12 liver in seven violent days ending last Dec, 2. Send your problems to Helen Worclcn Erskine. Be sure lo enclose a stamped, self-addressed envelope- and address her cure of this newspaper. Helpful leaflets available. Write for "Alcoholism." Dorothy Dix is a registered trademark. DcWitt to Vote on Hospital Bond DE WITT. Ark. (AP)-A $142, 000 bond issue for thc construe lion of a 20bcd hospital will be voted on by De Witt residents June 20. The bonds would be re tired through a Smill tax. If the issue is approved, federal match ing funds under the HillBurlon acl will be sought. Tractor Team Silent on Progress By STANLEY MEISLER ^ MASH1NGON (AP) — Thc Traelors-for-Frccdom Committee bus received a secret report from thc four technicians who negotiated with Fidel Castro on bis plan to exchange men for machines. Evidently no decision was arrived at by thc committee Thursday night on whether lo accept the Cuban prime minister's latest demands. He wants $20 million worth of farm tractors for 1,107 Cuban rebels captured in their abortive invasion of Cuba April 17. A spokesman said early today that thc committee would receive a fuller written report from the technicians before making' 4 any kind of statement. He added there likely would be no statement for at least 24 to 48 hours. At thc secret session in Washington, which lasted to near mkl- "ight, the four experts reported to Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt, Walter P. Reuthcr, mid Joseph II. Dodge. A fourth member of I the committee, Dr. Milton Eisenhower, was not present. Keith Spaukling represented him. Thc four experts returned lo the United States from Havana Thursday sidestepping all questions when they arrived in Washington in the evening, "We arc coming back to report to the committee," said Duane Grealhouse of the negotiators. "We are letting the committee have any reaction." The t committee, however, soon issued a statement saying that it had "heard a preliminary report Thursday night from its delegation of agricultural experts," "A fuller report will be sub- milled in writing shortly," the statement continued. "The committee will then make a formal statement concerning thc technical commission's discussions." A spokesman told a newsman that Reuthcr, Dodge, Mrs. Roosevelt, and Spaiilding were all leaving Washington today and the written report would be sent to ii Now, Look Bub! I know what I'm talking about, you had just better wait for the Big Big Sole That's Coming to Hope, Ark. REAL SOON. WATCH THIS PAPER FOR THE BIG AD." District Will Get U. S. Aid WASHINGTON (AP)-The Little Rock School District nnd the Mayflower School District in Faulkner County will soon receive funds under thc Ir-tlcrnl impact law, Hep. Dale Alforcl, t)-Ark., was notified Wednesday. The impact law provides for assistance lo districts where I lien- is a concentra( ion of federal em- ployes or ndivilu-s. The federal Health, Edunilion and Welfare Department said the Lilllc Hock district will be sent a cheek for $44,442 within Ihe week. The Mayflower district will receive a chiH'k for $957>. In all, the' department said (he Lilllc- Hock district is entitled lo $, r i!l,2(i, r i for (lie year ending June 30 and Mayflower is due $1,2711. Final payments, (lie department said, will depend on final calculations and (he availability of funds for the program. Among (he Tauala people of Madagascar, a widow mu.sl divorce her dead husband before she is allowed lo remarry. them later in the day. When (ho negotiator's landed In Miami they ran into a one-man anti-tractor .crus:ade. Douglas Voorhoos, a Miami real estate dealer, grabbed two of them as they left lhc customs lino In the airport and shouted, "Call thc U. S, marshal." He said ho wanted to put (hem under cili- y.cn's arrest lor dealing with Castro. Vorhees, however, soon released Ihe men, and a crowd of 200 Cubans chased him Ihrough "IP airport. He escaped unhurt. The Castro demands brought back by the technicians are sUITer than had been anticipated. Ills figure of $21! million would amount lo $24,000 for every prisoner released. ||. \vas uncertain whether the committee, which is depending on private contributions, could raise that much money. Prcts Womtfi to Hear Foubut LITTLE ROCK (AP) - , Orval E. Faubus wns scheduled Id address a breakfast meeting of the National Federation of Press Women today. Thc organization bognil its silver anniversary convention hcffi Wednesday, with women writers and editors from nil over tilt 1 , country expected In attend ilife Ihrec-day affair. A board meeting highlighted the opening day's activities-. Following Faiibus' a d d r c s s, business sessions and workshops got underway. The orgnni/nllon's president, Mrs. Helen Vnnderhurg of Shell Rock, Iowa, said In an interview Wednesday that there, is no role in Ihc press thai women cannot handle. "Some of the best writing H this country Is being done" by women," Mrs. Viindcrburg do.| dared. 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