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t Remember: New Debt and Higher Taxes Are Put Upon You by the People Who Go to the Polls. Get With 'Em Tuesday and Beat the Bond Bill! To City Subscribers: If you fail to get your Star please telephone 7-3431 by f&30 p. m. and a special carrier will deliver your paper Knife Star For Weather Report See Column crt Bottom of This Page 62ND YEAR: VOL. 62 — NO. 217 Mar el Hop*, 1M», *r*M 1*17 C»flif>M<t«fW In. !•, HOPE, ARKANSAS, MONDAY, JUNE 26, 1961 Member: The AKociaUrf •?«»• I Aw*l» Bureau of Circulation* Ar. N* Paid Clrc'l I mat. •nrffnt March It, Ifal PRICE 5c COPY ^_ - . ^^^^jgg^, Invokes 5 Taf t-Hartley Law toEndDockStrike Castro Sends Prisoners to Revive Talks fcv WEST, Fla. (AP) - Ten anti-Castro prisoners awaited developments here today that might John Hooker Jr., executive secretary of Ihe dissolved Tractors for Freedom Committee was' expected to return from Miami this afternoon for his third meeting WASHINGTON (AP)—President Kennedy today invoked the Tafl- Hartlcy Act in an effort lo hall Ihe slrikc of maritime unions. In an executive order, the President said the strike will, if pcr- milled lo continue, imperil the national health and safety. At the same lime, Kennedy set up a three-member emergency board to consider facts and circumstances of the dispute between sea-going unions and ship operators. Kennedy set a deadline of Friday for Iho board lo make ils report. The board, under Tafl-Harlley law, will make no recommendations, but will merely report on 'the issues of the dispulc. 'Doling off period. The first stop of the injunctive machinery is to ask for a tcmpo- •ary restraining order. Under the aw the fcdcal judge who gels he application must grant the temporary restraining order. Kennedy named David L. Cole is chairman of the emergency joard. with the prisoners since their ar-i Kennedy, unless the strike is ivyfe from Havana Saturday. settled in the meantime, presunv llookcr has insisted he is nor.!, )t)ly w \\\ then seek an injunction negotiating with the prisoners butj to | la | t n, c s i^ c f or -,„ go-day only serving as a contact between them and the committee, Eleanor Roosevelt, Dr. Milton Eisenhower arid Walter Rout her. head of the United Auto Workers, Informed sources said, however, that Hooker's continued contact with the prisoners indicated a new approach may be made to resume the stalemated negotiations. Hooker said he could neither confirm nor deny such a possibility. One of the prisoners privately indicated that Hooker was offered a new proposal during his brief meeting with them Sunday. Negotiations for tho prisoners' release broke down Friday when prime. Mipistcr Fidel Castro rejected a final offer, of .500 goner- osc tractors from the 'com tcc. Castro said then he would send, 10 prisoners back to the United States to explain his position. The same prisoner group visited Miami and Washington last month after Castro first asked for 500 heavy tractors. When asked about the $28 million estimated cost of the tractors demanded by Castro, Ulises @?>rbo, leader of the prisoner del- fciAtion, replied: "The tractors nrc worth $28 million in Cuba. They arc much cheaper here," indicating that a face-saving formula may be found in a reduced GOVERNOR ARRESTED — NEVADA'S Gov. Grant Sawyer, 'eft and two other slate officials arc escorted to court by Sheriff Howard Hoffman, in Carson City. The trio is charged with conducting a closed meeting in violation of a state low that official meet ings must be open to the public. — NEA Tclcphoto figure. Carbo told The Associated Press that Castro had given the prisoners "15 days or more" in which to complete 'their mission. "We still haven't decided wheth- ur f we'll lake all the time," he auucd. Carbo also indicated the prisoners had reached no decision on whether they might make a direct public appeal for funds if no action is taken by the tractors committee. "We arc still thinking it over," he said They asked Kennedy to point an impartial board Weather Experiment Station report for 24-hours ending at 7 a. m. Monday, High 73, Low 59; Weekend precipitation .95 of an inch; Total 196L precipitation through May,. 21.26 inches; during the same period a year ago 16.37 inches. ARKANSAS — Clear lo partly ctlucly and continued mild through Tuesday. High Ibis afler- noon in Ihe 80s. Low tonight mid 50s to mid 60s. High Tuesday In the 80s. LOUISIANA—Mostly cloudy this afternoon, tonight and Tuesday with scattered showers and thun dershowcrs. Not much change in temperature. Low tonight 64 to 74. High tomorrow in the 80s. « r kansas Regional Forecast By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS All scclions: Clear to partly By BARRY SCHWEliD WASHINGTON (AP) — President, Kennedy is expected to decide today whether lo seek a Taft-Harllcy injunction to end the U-day maritime strike. Secretary of Labor Arthur-.J. Goldberg is schedule^" to 'give the President the results of a weekend survey on the strike's irn- pacl. If Ihe President decides Ihe slrikc imperils Ihe nation's health or safety, he could seek an )!0 - day court injunction against continuation ot the trikc. Three maritime unions moved to head off the Tafl-Hartlcy process with an offer Sunday lo keep critically needed supplies moving. ap- Ihat would determine which cargoes were essential to Ihe hcallh, safely and security of the nation. Striking seamen then would work ships carrying these supplies. An estimated 150 ships, including passenger liners, arc tied up on the East, Gulf and Wcsl Coasls. Slrike losses have run lo many millions of dollars a day and from Hawaii have come rc- porls of dwindling food supplies and a piling up of exports. Even if Kennedy decides to invoke the Taft-Harllcy emergency provisions il would lake a week or so before a strike-ending court injunclion could be obtained. In this period, a fact-finding panel appoinled by Kennedy would review the dispute quickly ind submit a report without rec- mmcndalions. Once this report is at the While louse, Kennedy could tell the Juslice Department to go after an injunclion which would force Ihe strikers back to work. The court order directs bargaining to •esume, aided by the Federal Mediation Service, during the 80- day cooling off period. Although Goldberg, former counsel for the Stcelworkcrs Union, is not sympathetic to use of Tafl-Harlley, he said over the weekend the law will be enforced if national health or safely is endangered. "Whether we like il or nol Ihis is our plain duty," Goldberg said. Kennedy himself voted againsl SoysOrvol Ended Son's Opposition 1IUNTSVILLE, Ark. (AP)—Virgil Ilulfield, a llunlsvillc Republican, said Snndny Hint, a telephone cull from Gov. Orvnl E. Faubus prompted Democrat Eugene Hollow ay to give ii|) plans to seek the Madison County seal in the House of Representatives. Faiihus' 22-yonr-oM son, Far roll, will he the only candicltilc for (he post, en the Imllol in Tuesday's special eleelion but will have write-in opposition from Essie Barker, fit), a retired lluntsvllle school teacher, who is a Republican. Ifatficld quoted Itolloway as saying the governor told him lhn ! Farrell would not run for the of fiee again and that llolloway "would have clear sailing in the next, election." llolloway himself declined com merit, other than lo say there hac been some talk of his seeking th< post, left vacant when A. C Mowery resigned lo take a jo' with the Agricultural Stnblllza lion and Conservation state com milt co. Hatfield said Die Faubus-Holk way telephone conversation tool place Ihe morning of June 17 Deadline for filing was noon Jim 17. After learning of the convcrsa lion, Halfield said he, (o, dc cided nol. lo run for the office although he had campaigned to il for three weeks. "The Faubus machine would have .swamped me," Halfield said. "One of us would have stood a chance if llolloway had stayed in the race and split the Demo- 1 cralic vote." The governor charged Saturday that Barker was put inlo Die race by "outside inlorcsls," and intimated thai Forrest llo/zcH, ex- cculive secretary of the Arkansas Education Association, was responsible. "I don't even know Forrest Rozzell," Barker said. "I have ibsolulely nolhing to do with any nilsidc interests the governor claims and don't know what he's alking about." Voters to Settle Bitter Campaign on Issuing Bonds LITTLE HOCK (AP)—Gov. Oral E. Fnulms declared today (hat f the voters have a clear con- option of the issues his $W) mil- ion bond program will be up- iroved 4 to 1 Tuesday. While Fuuluis refrained from a Icfinitc claim of victory, Joshua K. Shepherd, who has been head' ng the organized opposition, prc- licted that the plan would he lefcatcd. Secretary of Stale Nancy .1. lall cautiously estimated that DOWN IN FRONT! — SPECTATORS scatter as a bull lunges into the stands in Bogota, Colombia. El toro did not succeed, nobody was injured and the fight continued. — NEA Tclephoto Texas Man Dies in Hospital Here Sunday William Albert Greor, aged 50, of San Antonio, Texas, died Sunday in a local hospilal. Mr. Greer a truck Iriver for Harrell Packing Co. of San Antonio, was placed in a local hospital by. police lasl Thursday when Ihey discovered him ill on the highway. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Donis Willis Greer, two sons, Neyland and Breene Greer and his mother, Mrs. Ella C. Reed all of San Antonio. The body was sent to San Antonio for burial by Hernclon-Cor- nelius Funeral Service. Punish the Unethical, Doctors Told NEW YORK (AP) — 'Physicians must not be afraid to censure or punish their fellow doctors who arc guilly" of unethical conduct or ineompelcnce, Dr. Leonard W. Larson, president- elect of the American Medical Association said loday. lie also called upon the AMA's 105,000 members for all-out opposition to proposals to pay for old-age medical care out of Social Security funds. Congress now is considering such legislation. Speaking al opening sessions of Money Order Fees Go Up July 1 Effective July 1, 1'JGl, the sche dule of fees on domestic Postal Money Orders will be as follows: on orders up lo $10.00 Ihe fee will be 20c; from $10.01 to $50.00, 30c; from $50.01 lo $100.00, 35c. This new schedule of fees re- cloudy through and conlinucd Tuesday. Partly mild cloudy Ihe 'law while in Congress. When former President Dwighl D. Eisenhower used Tafl-Hartlcy In the J95'J steel strike, Kennedy called use of the law "the most and mild Wednesday with chance of widely scattered afternoon thundcrshowcrs. Outlook Thursday to Saturday afternoon: Minor day to day changes, except cool er nights latter mainly part of period. midweek. High today mid 80s central, southeast and southwest; in the 80s northwest and low lo mid 80s northeast. Low tonight low 60s central, mid 50s to low 60s .northwest, upper 50,s to low 60s northeast, low to mid (iOs southwest and mid (10s southeast. THE WEATHER ELSEWHERE ^Continued from Page Three places the present schedule o£| s j oni - | ]c H .,j c i. Mrs. E. J. Baker, Succumbs at Age of S3 Mrs. E. J. Baker 1 , aged lilt, residenl of Hope for over 1 !J( years, died Sunday al her home She is survived by a son, J. B, Baker of West Plains, Mo. anc a sisler, Mrs. Eleanor Weaver o: El Paso, and Iwo grandchildren Funeral services will be held a' 10 a.m. Tuesday al Ihe Firs Methodist Church here by Ihe Rev. Rufus Sorrclls. Burial by llerndon-Cornelius Funeral services will be in Wilson Cemetery in Lewisville. Active pallbearers: Webb Lase- ler Jr., Jirnmie Cook, Jimmy n A».A. ;"''"'""* T;™"" 13 , w I Jones, Harry Hawthorne, Royce Ibe AMA's House ol De cgalcs, w ,. isflllllpiw ;!; „,„, , {:1V ,,,„„„,„ ils policy-making body, Die Bismarck, N. D., pathologist said only an infinitesimal fraction of doctors fail "to observe the law or Die. dictates of good conscience." , Bui "thai tiny fraction of undisciplined must be excised from the body of medicine, lest il grow like a cancer and Ibus and corrupl Ihe entire 15c up lo $5.00; 20c from- $5.01 lo $10.00 and 30c from 10.01 lo $100. Peach Demand Reportedly Good Dr. Larson, who takes the helm Weisenbcrgcr and Ray Turner. Thinks U. S. Will Win Space Race Arkla Buys a Plant at Shereveport LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Arkla Air Conditioning Corp. will manufacture gas p o w c r generating equipment through the purchase of assels of the Ingersoll Corp. ol Shreveport, La., W. R. Stephens said loday. Purchase price was $75,000. Arkla Air Conditioning is a subsidiary of Arkansas Louisiana Gas Co. and Stephens is president of jotb companies. The purchase includes Ingersoll 'ower & Fabrication Co. and Ingersoll Corp. of Arkansas subsidiaries of Ibe Louisiana firm, incl Hie affiliated Modiselt Engine Service & Supply Co., Stephens said. A Modisclt repair facility will ic conlinucd at Jackson, Miss. Arkla Air Conditioning produces yas air conditioning and heating gas-operated has and 210,000 votes would be cast—less Mian half the .|2l,!MI, r i of last No- ember's general election, when Faubus was elected lo a fourth .criii. Faubus combined his evaluation of the election wll'h criticism of Ihe anli-bond forces. Ml is easier lo poison than lo purify and easier to confuse than to clarify," he told a news conference. lie said this was what his opponents have done. Former Gov. Ben Lancy, who bus emerged as a leader of I he bond opposition, charged today proponents were, attempting lo mislead the public as lo lire amount of work which has been done for institutions and agencies kited to benefit, if Ihe bond pro- xisal carries. Me cited improvements he said lad been made during his admin- si ration in Ihe HMOs and since. National Guard Headquarters in Washington has been -asked to in- estigate the Arkansas adjutant general's office's asking .stale ;uardsmen to vole for the plan. Ftilnski Rep. J. If. Cottrcll Jr. tclegVaphed .the guard bureau Sunday asking for Ihe probe. A copy of his telegram went to President Kennedy, Former Gov. Sid MeMalh has scheduled a statewide lelevision- adio appearance against Ihe bonds nl Ihtifl p.m. tonight. Gov. Orval E. Faubus has reserved time al 10:15 p.m. but has not said he will use it. There were several other developments Sunday as the campaign entered its final hours. L. C. Carter of Stuttgart, president of the University of Arkansas Board of Trustees, said one of the col- Kennedy's SS Bill Due for Senate Debate By JOE HALL WASHINGTON (AP) — Another of President Kennedy's major bills, a proposal lo expand Social Security benefits, comes up for debate in the Senate loday. The Senate is expected to clear Hie House-passed measure handily, but not until after a flurry of oratory over a Republican proposal In write in a health insurance program for old persons. The lloii.su, meanwhile, will de- bale Kennedy's request for another $!">-billion increase in the na- ional debt limit now standing at K] billion. Tuesday lire House takes up tho liggosl appropriations measure, ot Hie session, Iho $'12,711,105,001) Defense Department bill. Both branches hope to clean up a big batch of major bills by Thursday .so member's can get away for a long Fourth of July holiday weekend. hi addition to Social Security, the Senate will act on a rush-moil- of pollulc proles- WASHINGTON (AP)—The head of the space agency said loday Ihe society Tuesday night, ibo believed Ihe United Stales will ;ccl physicians lo serve willing- beat the Soviet Union in the race I lo land men on Ihe moon—using | a rocket two-thirds as tall as the Washington monument. units, gas signs and gas meters. It plants at Evansville, Ind., Hussellville, Ark. leges at the university is in danger of losing its accreditation because facilities are outmoded. Jostua K. Shepherd of Little Hock, chairman of the Arkansas Comrniltce for the Public Schools, •in anti-bond group, charged that Faubus is "resorting to invccture and personalities and emotional >rcjudice in the mistaken hope of confusing the people." Shepherd predicted that the bond issue would be defeated. Satin-day, the executive committee of the slate Republican Party came out against, the bond issue, as did Henry Brill of Hoi Springs, the GOP's 1900 gubcrnatoria' candidate. In a television speech Saturday night, Faubus again promise* there would be no tax increase to pay for the bonds. Ifc sai< opponents hope to defeat bis bom plan then pass another througl the legislature for which the gov Continued on Page Two ey bill carrying funds for the U.S. share of Ihe U.N. Congo operation, a Commerce Department .ppruprlalions measure anil' till*'' :ebt limit, bill. .. .. ' "-' Both House am| Senate" must lear the highway financing bill onlaiiiing $11.5(1 billion in rcvcn- ics over Ihe next 11 years -lo :eep the inlerslalc system on chedule. The 4 cenl federal gas lax will Imp to '.i cenls on Saturday if his measure is not signed into aw by Dial lime; il, continues the cenl rale and imposes new trie ind truck levies. The compromise 'ersioii of Hie bill already has worked out. The Social Security bill up for consideration in Ihe Senalc low- rs lo ago (>2 Hie retirement age or men, increases the minimum social Security benefit, raises tho monthly payments lo widows ol •clircd workers, and makes other changes in the law. This is one of the Hems on Ken- icdy's 'lii-poinl Icgislalive program submitted lo Congress fu '""ebruary. So far nine have been icnl to him for signature. Sen. Jacob K. Javills, R-N.Y, lias announced he will raise Iho issue of medical care for old persons in UK; Social Security debate by offering his $-l50-million annual federal grant plan. This is expected lo meet solid Democratic opposition. A similar Javils proposal was beaten 07-28 last year 1 . The New York senator proposes a system of federal grants to help pay for three types of optional health insurance plans for, persons, over ft!> with incomes below $11,00(4 for an individual, $-1,500 for a cou- Ill'; ly on grievance and disciplinary committees in state and local rvmlicai societies. Grievance committees receive All Around Town •y T!M Star Staff LITTLE ROCK (AP)—Arkansas complaints about alleged ovor- eaches — Nashville area: June charging, abuse of health insur- 23, partly cloudy and mild. Offer- ; ance, failure to respond to calls, James E. Webb, administrator iof Die National Aeronautics and I Space Agency, asserted thai Ihe 'goal was to reach the moon be- City Police report (hat J. D. Hall's store on Avenue D was entered Sunday and from $20 'to 1 $25 in change is missing alonj pistol, a wrist cartons of dg- and Mrs. Fred Trexler of Emmel, was listed on the Dean's honor roll at Southeastern State Colic Pageant May Draw a Record HOT SPRINGS, Ark. CAP)- Of* ficials say Ihe l!)(il Miss Arkansas Pageanl, lo be held here July 11-15, may drasv a record nuiri* ber of entrants. At. least ;i(i cities and seven coli June one-sided, unfortunate and unfair includes hydroeouling; carlol action in Ihis administration's I equivalents June 23 5 cars, history." 24, 5 cars, June 25, none. Joseph Cm-ran, head of the National Maritime Union, one of Iho six unions on strike, said Saturday (hat a Tafl-Harlley injunction might only lead lo a worse sirike after Ihe 80-day period. Negoliations between the unions and the American Merchant Marine Institute, representing the ship owners, have been in a ings light. Demand good. Market jand unnecessary medical service, j fore l'J70. steady. FOB shipping point U.S.' one, 2 inches up, bushel baskets, Dixiegern, Red Haven, $3 lo $3.25, stalemate. The key union issue in demand (he for strike is a bargaining rights among crews of American • owned shi foreign flags. Back in White House lie declared that American 'chances of beating Die Soviets !are good, despite their successes 'in lofting heavier booster rockets .and payloatls into space. The with a .:Q cal. wa It'll and five arelles. at Duraiil, Okla. This morning al (SOI! Oak Strccl a Negro house occupied by Margaret Lungston caught burned . . . Firemen Ann is alleges plan to .send representatives 19511 graduale of Emmel and is 'and several other cities have in- now a senior and has been on'dicnlcd they may enter contest- Ihe honor roll of Ihe college con-iants, officials said. sistently. A successor 1 to Claudetle Smith ol Star City, the reigning Miss Arkansas, will be seleclcd and wilj in Ihe Miss Atlantic City Many things aggravate a per- fire and son but to me perhaps the rnosl represent the state i said tho' irritating is the TV stations' pul-America Pageant at J[American objective is Lu land and: blaze apparently caught from the, icy of cutting off a major league N.J. Foot Doctors Elect Officers LITTLE HOCK (AP)-Dr. Blair Shaw of West Memphis was elected president of the Arkansas Podiatry Association at the group annual meeting Sunday. Other new officers include Dr. Leo Thuerk of Fort Smith, victsj;, v j rus infection and strep throat, i—I think, in president, and Dr. Walter Gigrieli M C walked briskly from the learn of three men. copyrighted interview Worl; In flying .ot Hot Sin-ings, WASHINGTON iAP'—President return Kennedy returned to Die White 1 - In a House today after a weekend of''U.S. News and rest in pleasant .sunshine in Die;Webb declared, "1 think Dial, Virginia hunt country. jthrough the kiml of over-all space Mrs. Kennedy and the Iwo Kcn-;efforl that President Kennedy has iv-'iy children, wilh their mir>e, .recommended—in bi;.; boosters, in are lo return by auto later. :inulliinanno<l spacecraft, in tho Kennedy looked lit and showed .field of weather, in the field of jno signs of his recent back ail-jcommunica'.ioiix in Ihe field ol 'men! or his inure recent bout with inavigation, in many other fields as of Ihe ability heli-'to solve all the technical prob- the loins, this kind of effort will put ius there (on the moun) first," wiring . , the time nobody was home at ball game right in the middle . . firemen said the and usually the most crucial report," loss wasn't more than $500 at the outside. - Icopter to his office lu iday's business. point . . . yesterday a Little Itoek station cut off t'lie Clevcland-De- ! Iroil game right in Ihe middle ol The Hcmpslead County Farm j the Picrsall-Bunning rhubarb . . . Bureau urges all voters lo go lo j seems the policy is to cut off the the polls and vole in Die special' big league games when Die home bond election Tuesday, June 27 team is playing at home . . . both . . . a spokesman said the Bu-; Shreveport stations do il . . . per- rcau is nol taking any position sonally we believe it would be on fhe issue . . . just urging better to not start the game in everyone to vote. ithe first place ... at least the i viewer wouldn't know what lie Ann Trexler, daughter of Mr.; was missing. _. > _^_ A gold digger is a gaTwh|| doesn't count sheep ot night-™ she counts minks. « MM f

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