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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 2

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Hope Star Published every weekday afternoul STAR PUBLISHING CO. Mff. C. I. Palmer, President Alex. H. Washburn, Secy-Treat at The Stor Building ttat «f Mope 1899; Press 19J7 Contolldated January 18, 1929 212-14 South Walnut Street Hope, Arkansas Alex. H. Washburn, Editor & Publish* Paul H. Jones, Managing Editor Donal Parker, Advortlsinq Mqr. Mrs, Jean Adlcr, Classified Mgr. C. M. (Pod) Roger, Jr., Circ'l. Maf. George W. Hosmer, Meeh. Supt. tntcred as second class matter o Ml* Post Office at Hope, Arknnsai under the Act of March 3, 1897. . Member of the Audit Bureau of .Circulations Subscription Rotes (payable (n advance) By carrier in Hope and neighbortm Per week j 3 One month 1 3t P«' year 13.61 By moil in Hompsteod, Nevada LaFayette, Howard and Miller Cotin lies — One month Thre« months Sl» months One year All other mall — Three months 3.91 Six months 7.81 One year 15.6t $ .8! 1.8! 3.51 6.51 H o r t A H K A H '> A Monday, July 10, Mafl Advertls'ng Representatives Arkansas Dailies, Inc., 1602 5tericl> Bldg. Memphis 2, Tenn.; 505 Texai Bonk Bldg., Dallas 2, Texas; 360 N Michigan Ave., Chicago 1, 111.' 60 E «2nd St., New York 17, N. Y.; 17631 Penobscot Bldg., Detroit 2, Mich | r«rfninal fildg., Oklahoma City 2 Dkto. Member of The Associated Press The Associated Press I. entitled ex clusively to the use for rcpubllcatio» of all the local news printed in \H newspaper, os well at all AP new dispatches. Fatalities in Arkansas Reach Four By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS . Highway accidents killed four and left 14 injured in Arkansas over the weekend. In one wreck near Lake Village, two died and 10 were hurt. Altogether, 17 persons died vio- ently in the state in the week- ended last midnight. Six died in traffic, five by drowning, four by shooting and one each in a beating and fall from a horse. The three-car collision near Lake Village killed Evie Bock Jr., 24, Negro, of Portland, Ark., and fatally injured John Hamilton G of Dallas. Tex. Mrs. Olga Greer 24. young Hamilton's mother, was in critical condition. Her husband, Jack H. Greer, 25, and their 2-year-old son, Duane, were hospitalized With less serious injuries. Seven persons were treated and LAND(ING) MARK-This simple wooden pole, located in a field near Smelovka, U.S.S.R., Saceflight P on C Ipfu e il MB! Gagarin> Soviet cosmo "™t, ^nded after the world's first released from hospital. a Lake Village State Police Sgt. Wayland Speer said the car in which Block was riding alone veered across the highway and hit cars driven by Mrs. Greer and Joe R. Donaldson, 45, of Pampa, Tex. Donaldson was;--among those not seriouslv hurt. . Clyde Davis, 21, of Wichita, Kan., was killed and two persons were hurt when the car in which they were riding overturned near Elkins Saturday night. Hurt were Jerry Miller, 17, and Roy Dean Phillips, 25, both of Winslow. Ark.- . Allen Wayne Burrow 19, of Gravette, was killed Saturday night when his car went out of control one half mile east Gravette on Highway 72. of The body of Ernest Mallonee, 50, of near Rosebud, was recovered Saturday from Green Tom Lake near Augusta, where he drowned Thursday after his fishing boat capsized. POP'S PRIDE AND JOY—Arthur MacArthur, 23-year-old son of retired Gen. Douglas MacArthur, has been graduated from Columbia University, top left. Arthur grew up amid the horror <£World War n. He is shown in March of 1942; top right, near a tunnel A«rfTi ? Ai'* 0 «? °* .S orre S M .° r 3'ust before the spectacular dash with his parents to Australia. Always the pnde and aoy of his father, Arthur saw America foittie first tifflft an 1951, bottom, when fcis father was relieved of his Korean conunana.' «*»••»»»"•. Births Births last month: White Missile Group to Set Up Office CONWAY, Ark. (AP) -A California and New York combine which will handle the second phase of construction at Arkansas' Titan missle complex will establish offices here. Official of the combine, Paul Hardeman, Inc., of Stanton, Calif., and Fischback & Moore, Inc., of New York, are expected here this week to select • site. Mr. and Mrs. John Edward Wade, boy, Alan Marshal, Magnolia. Mr. and Mrs. Weaver Benson Athins, boy, James Craig, Hope. Mr. and Mrs. Helton Arvle Applegate, boy, Delbert Alvin, Hope. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Wayne Fore, girl, Patricia Diane, Rosston. Mr. and Mrs. James Norman Murphy, girl, Peggy Darlene, of Hope. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Harding Curtis, boy, Jimmy Lynn, Emerson. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Earl Stone, boy, Travis Lloyd, Hope. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Rufus Wilson, boy, Jimmy Dale, Pecos, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Dorsey Ray Asken. girl. Rhonda Kay", Hope. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Lloyd Hambrick, boy, Michael Lloyd, Hope. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dwayne Morton, boy, Hobie Jack, Hope.. Mr. and Mrs. James Max Bruce girl. Rebecca Lynne, Magnolia. Mr. and Mrs. Calvert Leon Evans, boy, Carrol Lynn, Hope. Mr. and Mrs. Troy Wallace Burson. boy, Wesley David, Hope. Mr. and Mrs. Cliffton Charles East, girl, Nancy Lee, Hope. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Honea, girl. Linda Diane, Hope. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Smith Sr., boy, Wm. Keith. Hope. Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Agusta Walton, boy, Richard Stacy, Hope. Mr. and Mrs. Cowan D. Brown Jr.. girl, Vicki Rene, Hope. Mr. and Mrs. Eshel Harvel. boy Ricky Lynn, Hope. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Eugene Wilson, girl, Beverly Diane, Hope Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Eugene Avery, girl, Kimberly Dawn, Hope Mr. and Mrs. Billy Fred Johnby Quincy OUR ANCESTORS Thtt'« what's causing more and more unemploymen —automationl" LONG AND SHORT — Short of skirt but long on drama, this glamorous Paris gown takes opulent trimming in the Schiaparelli ready-to-wear collection for fall and winter. Of green crepe, it is draped, Grecian style, over shoulder, and bordered in beads, sequins. son, boy, Jimmy Lee, Hope. Colored Mr. and .Mrs. Milas Shanklin Jr.. boy, Johnny Ray, Ozan. Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Glasgow, boy, Carl Vester, Prescott. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Tyree, boy, Raymond Jr., Hope. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Thomas boy, Roby Donahue'. Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Summers boy, Charlie, Hope. Mr. and Mrs. John Henry Monk girl, Javonia Rena, Hope. Cause of Fire Investigated EL DORADO, Ark. < AP> —Firemen still seek the cause of a fire which caused thousands of dollars damage to the El Dorado Brick Co. Sunday. Fire Chief E. W. Sewell r,aid the fire was confined to a structure in which (he bricks were dried.Co-owner Wallace Loutrell said only that damage was in the thousands. matter of No doubt about it, prices have been going up. Postage rates have been no exception. But we still get off cheap. When George Washington signed the first postal act, letters cost 6 cents for the first 30'miles, 8 cents up to 60 miles, 10 cents to 100 miles, and 12% cents from 100 to 150 miles. © Encyclopedia Britannica First Co-op Has Called Meeting JACKSONVILLE, Ark. (AP) — The First Electric Cooperative, with 32,224 members in 11 Arkans counties, holds its annual membership meeting here Tuesday. State Rep. Virgil Fletcher of Saline County will be one of the main speakers. Three new co-op directors are to be elected. Bulletin LITTLE ROCK (AP)-C-ov. Orval E. Faubus said today Little Rock could disappoint a coming group of Freedom Riders by ignoring them. "They are looking for attention and to stir up controversy," Fan- bus said. "If they were completely ignored, it would be the worst disappointment they could have. The Freedom Riders are due in Little Rock by bus from St. Louis at 7:45 p.m. Police Chief R. E. Glasscock said his men would enforce the law. He declined to give his plans for handling the situation. POINT ARGUELLO, Calif. (AP)—The United States' first attempt to launch a missile-alarm satellite into an orbit that would lave taken it over Russia failed et.iculflrly today when (he 98- 'oot projectile failed to lift from ts launching pad. Soldiers of All Wars to Meet HEBER SPRINGS, Ark. (AP) The 74th annual reunion of Soldiers of All Wars, oldest coloration of its kind in the South, will be held here Aug. 3-5. A fea- ure of t'he reunion will be an Old riddlers Contest. ' ONCE A CAMERMAN — Anthony Armstrong-Jones, a pro- tessional cameraman before he married Princess Margaret, takes a crack at his old vocation. While his wife watches the play he focuses on tho Wimbledon tennis match in England. Cancer on Rise LITTLE ROCK (AP)— Cancer :ases in Arkansas rose sharply in 1901 over the first six months of previous years, the State Health Department reported. In it six- month report, the department listed 706 new cases in the stale, compared to 59(i new cases in the first six months of I960. The com- Fletcher to Give • Up Proposal CLARKSVILLE, Ark. iAP) A spectacular fire raged out control in four downtown busines buildings here today. Brick walls of three of thd buildings crumbled into Clarks| ville's Main "street, U.S. Highway 04, blocking the traffic artery. No one was injured but 9o than 50 firefighters had to scat| ter when the walls begattf cracking. 'Units from Russellville wera| aiding Clarksvillc firemen in thoj. fight. Officials said the fire broke ouljj in the Cater Hardware Co., on<j' half block off Main Street, about' 7:30.a. m. It spread quickly to thai White Drug Store, Young D(^ ment Store and Bon Franklin Store, all on Main. Eureka Plans to Expand Waterworks EUREKA SPRINGS, Ark. (AP) —A $125,000 waterworks expansion bond issue and 5-mill tax to retire it will come before Euj^ka- Springs voters Aug. 10. Inctmled in the expansion program would be (he extension of some present water lines and the construction of an elevated storage tovyer. i mission said better reporting and (improved diagnosing probably ac' counted for the increase. Banker Appointed LITTLE ROCK (A*P)—Gov. Orval E. Faubus Thursday appointed John W. Edwards of Bates- Yille to the state Banking Commission to succeed R. S. Warnock of Magnolia. Warnock was moved earlier this week to the state Oil and Gas Commission. 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