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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 4

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Page Four * Farmer Galls Russian a 3 Hour Expert ' By REINHOLiD G. ENS ' MOSCOW <AP> - Iowa corn farmer Roswcll Garst. nil old ;>«•- quaintanee of Nikila Khrushchev, is; being described in the-Soviet ;press as a man who doesn't pay his hired hands very much. ' 'And some of his political ideas were called 'somewhat naive." This portrait of (Jarsl was written for the official newspaper liu- ral Life by A. Homanov. one of Die Soviet journalists who recently loured (lie United Stales at (he invitation of the American Society of Newspaper Kditors. After a visit to the Garst farm. .Romanov wrote: "On his 5.001) acres of land he employs 20 men. who knows well how'to handlr- farm machinery and arc real masters in their trade. "Me does not pay them much: 91.10 an hour on weekdays and ?1.70 on Sundays. In (his respe-t l>e acts like, a man who knows well (he value of money, aiuf fakes good care to have every J dollar bring him a clear profit of iwo. "Besides, a high pi-ice is not set in the United Stales on the labor of Diose who produce wealth for others. 1 ' Romanov approvingly noted thai Garsl. called the arms race a "world cra/e" but Romanov i added: ".Some of his views as, for example, the idea of dividing the world inlo literate and illite- .rate rang somewhat naive." _HOM 8TAE, HOPt, ARKANlAf In Coon Rapids. Garst called Romanov a "three-hour expert." JIc recalled that Koinanov visited the (arm with a group of other people last May I-I. "lie slaved about three hours." jsaid Garst. 'then went home and \vrote an article about our farm- in.;; operations. That would be [like me .uoiny to the Soviet Un•ion. staving three hours, and writing all about Russia—full of in,- accuracies." j He said the Soviet newsman slopped at the farm on a Sunday ;during corn-planting time. j "We had been rained out for a week belore and decided to work that day." Garst said. "Most of the employes he saw were day laborers which we use occasionally throughout the year. Most of State Youth May Have New Formula LITTLE ROCK (AP)-John F. Scott is fi scientific-minded 16- vear-old who may have hit un .something big. The something is a simpler pro cess for making glucose. The process is far enough -ilong that Scott has received a patent pending notice on it from the US Patent Office. That will enable !Scott to market BAKING STARTS HERE ^•• r Look For " r / Robin Hood Flour , /' At Your Loco! INDEPENDENT GROCERY STORE [idea with federal protection" Scott, a junior at Hall High School here last term, said liie glucose process evolved "purely by accident" while he was experimenting lor ;,n exhibi! for a school sriom/. fair | as i |.'cl, rU arv He said (hat his is an electrolytic process which produces "In- close in one step in contrast to the nine which have been necessary to derive it from cornstarch. -He said that tin electrodes are inserted in a mixture of glycerol sodium carbonate aild water wit! current through (he electrode.' producing UK g'ucosi\. Scott said ho had patent altor neys make a search and thev couldn't find any tiling of the sj.mc nature, preceding |,j s Commercial glucose, a form of sugar, is used, among other things, in browing, canninu' and candy making. As for the science fair Scott didn't make it. He devoted his energies instead to perfecting his discovery. Scott described.himself ., K n cn . orally an average student 'and said he couldn't remember any particular point at which he first realized he ha.l a scientific bent He said he plays chess and bridge and swims a lot as hobbies. .Right now he has a summer job in the r>y : ,dv)k>gy department: of the Universiiy Medical CunU'i ' here. Jut? «, 1961 State of Arkansas Executive Department Proclamation PRESENTS COME ~ WHEREAS, WHEREAS, WHEREAS, NOW, THEREFORE, the well-being and economic progress of the Independent Grocers of Arkansas is important to our free enterprise system, and the Independent Grocers of Arkansas contribute to the economic progress of our state by keeping Arkansas dollars in Arkansas, and the Independent Grocers of Arkansas nave always provided the citizens of Arkansas with high quality foods; I, Orval E. Faubus, Governor of the State of Arkansas, do hereby proclaim the month of July as "INDEPENDENT GROCER MONTH" in Arkansas, and call upon my fallow citizens to join in the observance of this occasion. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the Great Seal of the State of Arkansas to be affixed. Done in office this 19th day of May, 1961. Orval E. Faubus, Governor Nancy J. Hall, Secretary of State Merger Gets Approval ofthePSC our employes are permanent, year-round men Jiving in nearby farm homes." Garst said Homanov was particularly inaccurate about the amount of land he actually owns. "He not only grouped my land, nit also land owned by niy sons and some of the farm lands I manage for others," .said Garst. te did not reveal, however, how nuch land he does claim title to. LITTLE ROCK (API — Next nove in the planned merger of \rkansas Louisiana Gas Co. and •lidSouth Gas Co. is up to Kanas, Louisiana and federal regula- ory agencies and Pulaski Chan- ery Court. ^ The Arkansas Public Service ommission approved (he merger Wednesday after denying a request to delay action pending a court suit challenging the laws under which it was arranged. MidSouth stockholder Wiley A. MeGohce of McGchee filed the suit opposing (h e merger, contending among other (hhv.'s (hat the proposed stock exchange was unfair. Under the merger approved by the PSC, two shares of MiCSnuli) stock would be exchanger! for one share of Arlda stock, uith Arkla as the surviving corporation to assume the debts and liabilities of MidSoulh. The commission noted that stockholders have the ri?ht to appeal the decision to the courts. A joint application for approval of the merger was filed with the PSC by Arkla and MidSouth Juno 8 and a hearing was conducted j me 2(1. Final briefs in Hie case , were filed Monday. ! MidSouth operates naluial gas 1 distribution facilities in East Arkansas and has its headquarters at Little Hock, llomu offices of Arkla are at Shreveport, L.I. Mom'Jton Jo Get U. S. Funds 3UORRILTON, Ark. (AP>- One of 2-1 federal grants for use In I providing vocational training for I mentally retarded .students' will go to Mot-niton, Paul G. Lidili- coal. Morrillon-school superintendent, said Wednesday. Lidcliccal :said the federal Office of Educa- | lion grant is for three years and Will include about $24,000 the. first year. The f'inds will be used to conduct special education classes, i a testing program and placement i service, he said. Engineer of Train Hits His Own Car By GEORGE W. WILBUR SALEM, Va. fAP)—Was It design or destiny that brought Elizabeth Webb Howard to the quiet railroad crossing in this small Virginia town? The No. !5I Norfolk.and Western freight train smashed into the woman's car Wednesday, tearing it apart and hurling Mrs. Howard from the wreckage. At the controls of the train was her husband, E. 0. Howard. Today Mis Howard, :jy, | a y unconscious in a Hoanoke hospital, near death with head, chest and undetermined injuries. The impact of the crash hurled her 90 feet from her shattered car. Her husband, a train fireman who had temporarily taken over the controls of No. r,) from the regular engineer moments before the crash, was said to be under the care of a private physician and could not be located. J. N.. Dillon, (he regular engineer, took No. 51 westward to the end of its run after the crash and us whereabouts were not immediately determined. Raising the question that something more than chance might have been involved in the crash was Salem Chief of Police George T. Eadcs. Eadcs said Wednesday night the circumstances of the crash were not clear but there was some evidence it "was not an accident." A note was found in Mrs. Howard's purse, ho said, but would not reveal its contents. He declined, to say more. No relatives visited Mrs. How- tl at the hospital Wednesday She lay deep in a coma. Hospital officials said her condition was "very serious." Magnolia Man on Commission LITTLE ROCK (AP)-Gov. Orval E. Faubus Wednesday named K. S. Warriock of Magnolia to the state Oil and Gas Commission and Bcr! Hudspcth of Harrison to I the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission. II u d s p e t h was named to a seven-year term and Wai-nock for six years. Faubus also reappoinlcd C. R. CoJe of Magnolia to the Oil and Gas Corrfe mission and Shelby Ford o? Springdale lo the state Bank Commission. ; r Money to Korea SEOUL, South Korea (AP)-Tho IIS. Embassy announced today that South' Korea received $2Uf^ million economic aid from 1)16 United States during (lie fiscal I year that ended June 30. A SALUTE to the INDEPENDENT GROCERS of HOPE Slum Clearance for Two Cities WASHINGTON iAP> _ North Little-Hock and Fort Smith, Ark, will receive grants totaling I* fM.W to aid in planning slum i clearance projects. The Urban I Renewal Administration said [Wednesday that Fort Smith will receive $108.649 for planning re- incvval of a 130-acre area near the downtown district and North Little Rock will get $75,735 for a 134-acrc Shorter College project. Harold Stephens Land 0' Lakes Farm Blevins, Ark. — __ Housewife SHOP WITH YOUR LOCAL INDEPENDENT GROCER FOR THESE WELL-KNOWN BRANDS: FOOD PRODUCTS BUSKS CANNED FOODS' m « I J •O I { !•« I I «! I j *> >i G* ] COOKED THE OLO WAY Wesson 'Oil * DISTRIBUTED BY * Steph ens Grocer Co

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