Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on July 3, 1961 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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I wo M O f I » I A ft. , It t , A R K. A N •> A > Monday, July 3, 1961 Hope Star Published every weekday aftornouti STAR PUBLISHING CO. Mn. C. E. Palmer, President Alex. M. Woshbufn, Secy-Treat, at The Star Building Star of Hope 1»9»; Press 1927 Consolidated January 18, 1929 212-14 South Walnut Street Hope, Arkansas Alex. H. Woshburn, Editor & Publlih* Paul H. Jones, Managing Editor Donal Parker, Advertising Mar. Mrs. Jean Adlcr, Classified Mgr. C. M. (Pod) Roger, Jr., Clrc'l. Mgr. George W. Hosmer, Mceh. Supt. Entered as second class matter a the Post Office of Hope, Arkansas under the Act of March 3, 1897. Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulation: Subscription Rotes (payablo in advance) Sy carrier In Hope and neighboring Per week 5 .j. One month 1.3* Per year 13.61 By mail in Hemcstnad, Nevada .LaFayette, Howard and Miller Counties — On* month $ .8! Three months Six months On* year All ether matt — Three months Sl« months SUSPENSETTE A Short Short Storv 1961 t* NEA. tot. 1.81 3.5t 6.5t 3.91 7.8( On* yeat ............1..'.....'.......'.'.'.. MM Kofi Advertising Representative* Arkansas Doilies, Inc., 1602 Sterick Bldg. Memphis 2, Tenn.; SOS Texas Bank Bldg., Dallas 2, Texas; 360 N Michigan Ave., Chicago 1, III.; 60 E ! «2nd St., New York 17, N. Y.; 1763 :Penobscot Bldg., Detroit 2, Mich Terminal 6lda:, Oklahoma City 2 Okta. SECOND HONEYMOON By RALPH DYLONG Betty was attractive, pleasant and companionable. A personality. | But. as 'her husband Ted soon discovered, slit- could not cook. More to the point, she didn't even lr.v. j "Honey," she said, "it's ridiculous for me to spend my time over a stove, when things caul ho bought at the supi'rmarkct| ready to pop in an own and, warm. I told you' before you Rot the marriage license, lhal I couldn't burn toast." "I—f thought maybe you'd learn." said Ted. "I've read all the cookbooks you bought me. and t decided that the day is past when you value your mate on the basis of her apple dumpling, or even how clean she keeps the house. It's „,. easier to warm things from the J ." cse supermarket, or get stuff out of vjnced fed that Coking Was a can." an . art • But I'm tired of canned food." said Ted. "Learn to like it." said Betty. ..,, , 111 e atrocities COn- Member «f The Associated Prow ."'"I!"! . reallze tllat lts "'[• the Associoted Press I. entitled ex llcu1 . 1 to Wln an argument With rlusively to the use for republicotio* of oil the local news printed in th/' newspaper, as well ot all AP nevi dispatches. Free Hand Given to Balagner CIUDAD TRUJILLO, Domini- a wife. lie retreated in disorderly fashion. It had become a matter of personal pride to get a home cooked meal out of Betty —the kind that his Mother used to slave over. He carried on guerrilla warfare, and while Betty carried her head high, he manage dto weak- can Republic (AP)—Generalissmoj 0 " llei ' defenses. She realized that Rafael Trujillo's hand - picked i smal! cracks in marital happiness p r - c .,-.. T • r, , .sometimes turn into Grand Can- preSKtent Joaquin Balaguer was | yons . she dedded to cook Q mea] ff-- ±i,rd»m «»^rt^£ the 12 ministers resigned. But thye asked him to keep the policies of the slain dictator. The resignations came after the ruling Dominican Party voted unanimously to back the 53-year- old Balaguer, professor-diplomat turned politician. Well, not a whole meal, but just one thing. Maybe a special dish. Whenever Ted did something special, something commendable, or pleasing, she thanked him by preparing a dish with her own little hands. It was never a delicious dish, it was seldom food She cooked an entire meal. The soup was like dishwater. The tired old roast had been burned to death. The potatoes were soaked in grease, and the gravy was like crude petroleum. The salad would have nauseated a rabbit. The pie had a crust tougher than shoe leather. Even the nuts were rancid. Ted choked it down, still fighting for principle. He praised the meal, although his stomach was j howling for a bicarbonate. He pulled out his billfold, took two tens and a five and pressed them into her hands. The defense minister, Maj. Gen. that a starving bushman would Santos Melido Marte who was relish. Not even a goat would named after Trujillo's assassination May 30, was the only cabinet minister that did not resign. Balaguer did not indicate immediately whether he would accept any or all of the resignations. want a second helping, but Ted thought it was a step in the right direction and commended her for HAROLD HENDRIX FULPWOOD DEALER Buyers of Pin* and HOM Yard UnS * La. 7-4321 Pre*cot1 Yard N. on Hwy. «7 tt-72311 SPRAYERS Row Crop and Posture Sprayers Now Is the Time to Buy -AT- PORTER Implement & Garage 3rd St. Phon* 7-2767 Ask for a Demonstration it. These little home-cooked atrocities quickly convinced Ted that cooking was an art. Just as some men are not handy at fixing things, some women positively can't cook. But pride prevented Ted from surrendering. He was getting his way, but he didn't like it. While she couldn't cook, Betty had a large number of good qualities and she perceived that SAVE ON AUTO TRUCK —FIRE INSURANCE — Also Life Insurance — SAM McHENRY, Agent Phone 7-3U1 or 7-M7f things weren't going so The little ravine was becoming a canyon. It was time to end the § _._,_._ cold war in a way that Ted could New "After such a splendid repast, cooked by such a sweet little woman, a reward is demanded. Take this money and buy anything you want." "Something extravagant?" "It's yours to spend as you will." said Ted, with a colic smile. She'd buy expensive perfume, an outlandish hat, or silly costume jewelry, he thought. But maybe, someday, she'd learn to cook, if he didn't die of Indigestion. When Ted returned from the office, the following day, Betty gave him a big kiss. "Guess what I bought with the money, dear!" •He guessed, perfume, hat, silly jewelry and she shook her head. He gave up. "An electric can opener," she said. Ted looked at .her with a faint gleam of anger, which vanished in a second. Then he took her in his arms again. ' Thank heaven," he said. He had learned how to make an ordely retreat. (THE END) The area which comprises the present state of Arkansas was a part of Louisiana and owned by France from the time La Salic took possession in 1682, until the Louisiana Territory was ceded to Spain in 1762. Weather Continued from Page OM cloudy Wednesday and a little warmer jn the afternoon. High today mid i.o high 80S southwest and mid fids to 90 southeast. Low tonight mid (!0s to 70. THE WEATHER ELSEWHERE By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High Low Pr. Albany, cloudy 93 66 .54 Albuquerque, clear 1!4 04 Atlanta, clear 85 Cif .. Bismarck, clear 79 50 Boston, cloudy 88 09 .GO Buffalo, cloudy 78 61 .82 Chicago, clear 80 GO T Cleveland, clear 87 G3 .47 Denver, cloudy 88 G4 DCS Moines. clear 83 58 Detroit, clear 81 64 .44 Fairbanks, cloudy 57 43 .17 Fort Worth, cloudy 87 73 .38 Helena, cloudy 93 55 .. Honolulu, m MM.. Indianapolis, clear 83 59 .. Juncau, rain 57 47 .21 Kansas City, clear 85 62 .12 Los Angeles, cloudy 80 63 Louisville, clear 90 68 Memphis, cloudy 93 73 Miami, cloudy 84 75 Milwaukee, clear 83 59 Mpls.. St. Paul, clear 76 53 Orleans, cloudy 85 G9 .3 New York, cluody 95 72 Oklahoma City, clear 88 66 Omaha, cloudy 84 64 Philadelphia, cloudy 92 G9 Phoenix, cloudy 104 76 .21 Pittsburgh, cloudy 88 63 .44 Portland, Me., cloudy 74 55 .20 Portland, Ore., clear 80 58 Rapid City, clear 91 57 Richmond, clear 92 69 St. Louis, clear 79 59 .26 Salt Lake City, cloudy 100 69 San Diego, cloudy 70 G3 San Francisco, cloudy 62 52 Seattle, clear 75 52 Tampa, cloudy 93 73 .01 Washington, cloudy 93 71 .50 (M-Missing; T-Trcae) Permanent Construction Plan Asked LITTLE ROCK (AP) -Former Gov. Sid McMath has called for a permanent state construction fund, and Columbia Rep. Harry Colay has said he may introduce a plan for such a fund at an expected summary special legislative session. But Colay's plan, which he says is under development, differs from McMath's in the way the fund would be financed. McMath suggests that 3 per cent interest be charged on state money deposited in state banks and by eliminating waste in state government. He acknowledges that banking interests will fight the former suggestion. Colay would finance the permanent construction fund with revenues from 12 additional days of horse racing at Hot Springs, revenues derived from tightening of use tax exemptions, and as yet undetermined percentage of increases in revenues allocated to the state's permanent reserve fund. Gov. Orval E. Faubus is expected to call the legislature into special session in late July or Angus! to re-nlloraln funds from In'? unconstilufional omnibus expenditures act and to m.lke a stab and financing state construction. Faubus' $fiO million stale construction bond issue, which would have provided building funds for state colleges and institutions, was turned down by voters at bst Tuesday's special election. McjMalh, who c a m p a i g n rd against the bonds, Saturday'intro- duced an emergency 'state construction plan which he said he fell he was obliged to offer as an alternative to the bonds. It would utilize present surplus funds, estimated at between $10 and $20 million. The plan also would include repeal of a 1901 bill allocating $1.6 million for con- istruction of a Revenue Depart-1 „, i ,. „,„,. 'monl building and would divide « >»" Idi »g Plan based on cuttins jplc be allowed to vote on his plaft. Stale Deaf ;thal money between the | Hospital mid Blind and i schools. ! Colay did not suggest an iin- 'mediate large-scale building plan, l hut said his design would provide i money for construction, repairs, i purchase of equipment, acquiring real estate or retiring indebtedness incurred in construction. He said n permanent construction fund and a coordinating j board for institutions of higher j learning would help solve recur! rent construction problems. He said such a board could keep the j Legislative C o u n c il acquainted j with construction needs at each I I institution. j State Rep. Virgil T. Fletcher of 'Saline County last week proposed stall- budgets back to lasl year's: but IIP concedeit that chances of kwl. saving $1:5.5 million. Sal.ur-1 such a proposal coming to a vote day. Fletcher asked lhat the peo-1 are unlikely. Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch—Relieves Pain New York, Pi. JT. 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