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Hage Four ARKANSAS SELL FRESH FARM PRODUCTS; FRUITS AND VEGETABLES, POULTRY AND MEATS Saturday, July 15, 1961 WANT AD RATES All Warit A* am payob* In advance but ad will be accept*! over the telephone and qccsmoda- tlon accounts allowed with the ur- derttandlng the account Is payabto when itatement It rendered. Number On* three Six On* of Word* Dor Dayi Dayi Mo. Up to IS .65 I.SO 2.25 «.SO 16 to 20 .8? 1,80 2.73 S.OO 21 to 25 1.00 220 3.20 9.50 26 to 30 1.10 2.40 3.60 11.00 31 to 35 1.30 2.70 4.10 12.50 36 to 40 1.50 3.20 5.00 .4.00 41 to 45 1.60 3.40 5.50 15.50 4« to 50 1.80 3.70 6.00 17.00 Initials of one or more letters, group of figures as house or telephone numbers count as one word. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY I Time .... 90c per Inch per day 3 Times .... 75c per Inch per day * Times .... 65c per Inch per day STANDING CARD ADS $15.00 per inch per month Kates quoted above ore for fan- •ccutive insertions. Irregular or iklp tote ads will take the one-day rate. All daily classified advertising copy Wilt be accepted until 5 p.m. fof publication the following day. The publisher reserves the right »o revise or edit all advertisements of fer.ed for publication and to reject any objectionable advertising tub- mitted. The Hope Star will not bo respon- elble for errors jn Want Ads unless errors are called to our attention after FIRST insertion of od and then for ONLY the ONE Incorrect Insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 3 - Lost & Found LOST: 25-pound white Freon cylinder. If found please notify Joe Webb. Dial 7-5512. 7-14-3tp 13 5 - Funeral Directors AMBULANCE SERVICE, Burlid Association, OAKCREST FUNERAL HOME, Dial 7-«77I. M-tt 62- Barber Service NEW AND MODERN, Perry's Barber Shop at Perry's Truck Stop, Highway 67 East is now open. Hours are 9 a.m. to 9 p.rn every clay except Sunday. Del mer Pipkin, barber. 5-26-tf 69-Truck Rentalt RENT a new truck for furniture, etc. Local or Ion* distance. All furniture pads, dol lies and loading equipment far nished. AVIS Rent-A-Truck, at PERRY'S TRUCK STOP, H*y 67 East, Dial 7-9974. 3-«-tl 73 - Wonted To Buy NOTICE Top prices paid for persimmon and gum timber. Contact Saylors, 2 miles north of Hope on Highway 29. 3-9-tf 75 - Instruction I B M Three young men and three ingle young women cp trainees in IBM operation. No experience necessary. Good starting salary, good future, •or an interview call Mr. Moore at Plaza Motel Friday and Saturday. 7-14-2tp - Female Help Wanted Rent WANTED TO 80 or larger farm. Give particulars and location from Hope. Abe Steinle, llillsboro, Kansas. 7-14-3lp FOR SALE: Fashon Horned Nothing down. El Dorado model at "Y" South Main and 23rd Streets. Strout Realty. 7-3-lmop FOR SALE: By~ownerfK-c~ro~om home, attic fan, garage, plenty of shade. Near grade school and store. 509 S. Spruce. Telephone 7 -2223. 7-14-Gtp A Short Short Storv The Negro Community •rthtr Hlekt *r ^.strange, old coin.was clutched in Tliomey's hand. Thought for the Day Of all the evil spirits abroad in he world, insincerity is the most langercus.—Fronde said it Basic Meads of All Children Needs basic to all children are: . Physiological, 2. Social, and . Ego or self-need, ff children re to grow in the friendly, warm j'healthy environment of the com- CONTRACT FULFILLED By LESTER ARNO Nowadays, what with hydrogen bombs, missiles and men pointed toward outer space, one hardly thinks of I he Devil anymore. Thornlcigh Thompson Jones became a prominent member of the international set when he Two Drowned in Saline Accident WARREN, Ark. (AP) — Two youths drowned'early today when a linal sank in I he Saline River ni'ar here. The father of one victim and ;moiher man swain to salHy. Sheriff John Cruse identified (he Two Jailed for Rape Near Searcy SEARCY, Ark. (AD _ Two While County men were arrested Standings By New York Saturday's Baseball ASSOIIATBO Amt r iean L*«gue W.L.Pet-G.B. Detroit 55 Baltimore . Washington Minnesota .. Los Angeles Kansas City AMBULANCE SERVICE, Oxygen equipped, Two-Way Radio, Bur- Herndon - Cor- Home, Phone 6-28-tf ial Association, nelius Funeral 7-4686. 13-Boats, Motors, Trailers FOR SALE: 16-ft. Carter Cra Boat with convertible top. Com plete with 75 h. p. Evinrude mo tor and trailer. Telephone 7-3756 7-14-61 29 - Sewing Mochines SINGER SEWING MACHINE 00 Sales and service, repairs on any make machine. Dial 7-671J 11-30-tf 34 - Slaughtering Processing RALPH Montgomery Market, cus torn slaughtering. Meat for your deep freeze. We buy cattle and hogs. CUSTOM Slaughtering, Beef or pork cut and wrapped for your deep freeze. Contact Barry's Grocery, 7-4404. 7-29-tf WE ARE dressing poultry, processing beef and pork, for everyone. Call MOORE BROS. 7-4431. 8-19-tf 46 - Services Offered FOR PASTURE clipping call Larry Moore, 7-3853. Good tractor, new bush hog and want to work. 5-25-tf 49A - General Construction SHELL HOMES $1795 — $3495 FINISHED HOMES $ 10 Down Please Let Us Furnish You With Estimates HOPE Builders Supply Dial 7-2381 6-22-tf BLUE CHAT for driveways, top . soil fill sand, dozier for yard' leveling. Lavender Construction •„ Co. Dial 7-3756. 7-H-6tc TICS Has opening in Shover Springs Area Fine earnings, convenie^ hours. Write Mrs. C. Johnson P.O. Box 944 Texarkana, Texas his early twenties. Handsome and dashing, he was to be seen wherever the gay, charming set gathered. Cannes, the Lido, Palm Beach, Palm Springs. Waikiki Beach Les Ambassadcurs in London, the Pump Room in Chicago when these needs are ignored, the —wherever there was Cafe Socie- was in (U ,. |( | ;is p_ —• _^ ||| 4 I "-1.1H...T l-ll V II li'l Illicit L. UJ. tUU UUIII* U( iD AP |m»nity. answers to these inward 1 ^-s ' ^ i—f\ \\ . pressures must bo met. If and AVON COSME Lewis-McLarty $10; Bakery $10:.' J. C. result is disturbed, rebellious, and or, delinquent children. The following persons are working together as a team to purchase facilities so that thees needs might be met: Moore Bros. $25; KXAR $20; West Dept Store $10; J Joe's City Penney Co. $10; Oklahoma Tire & Supply $10; Hope Auto Co. $10: Citizens National Bank $10; First National „,..„ „ __ Bank $10; Owen's Dept S ore $10; WAITRESS WANTED: Apply in Burn's Men's Store $10: McGill's | Gulf Station $5; Raymond C. Byers $2.50: Chief Jack Brown $5; Diamond Cafe $2.50; Rephan's Dept Store $2.50; Barry's Grocery & Market $3.72; Dick Hoggard for service; Bruner-Ivory Handle person at Oaks Cafe. 82 - Mole or Female Help Wanted Co " bats; Gunter Lumb- MEN-WOMEN $20 daily. Sell . luminous nameplates. Write to' er Co ' ! Bil1 Wrav Supply, and Reeves Co., Attleboro, Mass. 6-30-lmop 90 - For Sole FOR SALE: Two automatic chicken feeders - one 6,000 capacity, one is 10,000 capacity. 16 chicken brooders 1,000 capacity each and. approximately 25 automatic waterers. Make me an offer, Fern Houston, Antique Shop, corner Hazel and Third. 7-13-3tp Shirey Buchanan for lumber to floor boxing ring. We are grateful to the people who are putting forth every effort to help make the City Park Recreation Program better, says Roscoe Smith, supervisor of recreation. Coming & Going Mrs. Colena Cheatham of Ch cago and Mr. and Mrs. Willie C of Bowles ancl Los Angeles 94 - Apartments, Furnished OR RENT: Air conditioned nicely furnished four rooms and daughter Elise have returned their homes after 'having spen several days with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Bowles ant Mrs. Alice Hood of McNab. Mr. and Mrs. Climmie Hopkin, of Saratoga had as weekend bath, adults, no drinking, 801 Suests Mrs. Monroe Sims of Lfttli East Third Street. 6-22-tf Rock Mrs - Lannie Bell of Gary. Ind.. Mrs. Lewis Roberts am daughter Greata Roberts and son 'OR RENT: Furnished apartment, 203 High Street, and five Dannte oom nouse on High Street. 7-3174 7 - 13 -" 'OR RENT: Kitchenette apartment, furnished, has large cer- ramic tile shower, all bills paid, Contact Fern Houston, Antique Torso Victims Will Probated MENA, Ark. (AP)— Mrs. Barbara Neyrey of New Orleans is Hazel. 7-14-3tp 21 - Used Cars 21 - Used Cars USED CM HUB ^^ ^^ r. _ / v ^j < * 1959 FORD CUSTOM 300 •4-door, radio, heater, white tires,, good solid car $1150 1960 FORD FAIRLANE 2-door, radio, heater, 6 clylinder .. . $1450 1960 FORDGALAXIE 2-door, radio, heater, Fordomatic .... $1795 1957 FORD COUNTRY SEDAN Station Wagon, Fordomatic, Radio, Heater, Air conditioned . $1195 HOPE AUTO CO. 220 W. Second Dial 7-2371 fu . ' —•"•!«*• (ai a iveyrev 01 I\ew iinearx; it Shop, corner of 3rd and Hazel. | executrix of the will of he, Lmer. __!?I E - B - MacDonald, the victim of OR RENT: Two bedroom apart- a torso slavin S last December, ment. furnished and all bills' Jud " e Ben Shaver of Texarkana paid. Contact Fern Houston «\ n -' Thursday signed the order admit- tique Shop, corner of 3rd' and tmg MacD ° n ald's will to probate and naming Mrs. Neyrey, the principal beneficiary, to execute it. She is to get most of the $23.000 estate. Two thousand dollars will go to a sister, Miss Gertrude MacDonald of Vancouver. B.C., Canada. ..Further action on the will is expected in the September term of Chancery Court. Mrs. Norma MacDonald-Young, the victim's former wife, is serving a life term for MacDonaid's murder. Portions of his body in a well near his and other portions WASHINGTON (AP)-The Navy aid Monday it will name three Polaris missile-firing submarines for Presidents John Adams and James Monroe and for revolutionary Patriot Nathan Hale. were found farm here, were found in Co\u'ngton,~La. Deportment Store Soles Are Up ST. LOUIS (API-Department store sales in the 8th Federal Reserve District last week were two per cent higher than the comparable period for last year, but trailed me national increase by four per cent. The Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis reported district sales during the past four weeks were two per cent lower than the same period last year. However, across the nation the four-week sales increased four per cent over the J060 figure. For the year to date sales in he St. Louis area are two per cent lower the corresponding pe- •iod last year and the overall figure for the ath District is down one per cunt. ty, there was Thornlcifih Thompson Jones. Everyone remarked that Thorney never semed to grow older. Some were quite bitter about it, but it was the truth. Perhaps it was because he was so carefree, perhaps because ho took such good care of himself. A generation of debutantes had been squired by Thorney and now he was gallant to their daughters. (The first generation of debutantes were the ones who were bitter.) Thorney never seemed to lessen in his skills, either. He still went around in the low seventies; he still excelled at racquets; ho still brought down 08 clay pigeons out of every hundred. He was keen of eye and steady of hand. Naturally, Thorney never married. And the first crop of debutantes whose daughters he was currently squiring was greatly relived albeit acid in cornmneting on his bachelorhood. The men with whom he had golfed and competed at racquets und shot with were somewhat acid too. Thorney now competed against their sons. Still, no one did anything about it. After all. Thorney was a most pleasant chap,-soft spoken, charm- Wayne McLc- moir. M. and Charles Sheets, 18, a N'egro. lie said McLemoru's father, I'Vlix McLemore and the unidentified man sw;im ashore after the 12-foot boat sank. II was not known whether the drowned youths could swim. Both bodies we're recovered soon after the accident near the Highway -1 bridge about two miles from Warren. Cruse said all four lived in Wilmar but worked in Warren and slopped daily lo run a trot line in the river. They were running the line when the bnal went down. in an abandoned farmhouse early today and charged in the rape of a 21-year-old female hitchhiker from New York. Jailed were James Sterling, 19. of Providence and Theron Harmon, 32, of Rosebud. A seven • man posse tracked them down in woods 15 mlies northeast of Judsonia after they eluded sheriff's officers earlier. The rape victim was not identified. She Was not not' seriously hurt. .Sheriff Jack Price said Henry Varnell, marshal at nearby Bald Knob, found the woman in a disheveled condition in a Bald Knob cafe about 3 a.m. Thursday. She told him she had been •aped by two men who picked ler up near Bald Knob and took lier to a rural road. They let her ou I. several miles from Blad Knob, she said, and she walked nto town. Price said the woman had Sterling's billfold and Harmon was (raced through Sterling. As Price and his deputies were driving up Joy Mountain near Rosbude, hunting for the men, Sterling and Harmon passed them coming down the mountain in a Cincinnati truck. The sheriff's car turned Los Angeles around and gave chase. Pittsburgh The men abandoned the truck San Francisco and eluded officers in the woods, Milsvaukee Price said. Later, however, Price St. Louis heard from a motorist who had Chicago given them a ride ancl the hunt Philadelphia resumed in the area where they were caught about i .m. 54 30 .643 31 .040 49 38 .563 Cleveland 48 40 .545 Chicago ... 43 45 .489 Boston 41-46 .471 CM- Hope Star -* Published 6v«rv weekday afternoutt STAR PUBLISHING CO. MM. C. t. Palmer, President Ale*. H. Washburn, Seey-Tre'ai, at the Star Building Jt«r of Hep* 1899; Prcn 19*7 Coniallrfated January 18, 1929 212-14 South Walnut Street Hope, Arkansas 38 I) 36 50 35 52 35 52 .442 .419 .402 14V'z 1 17 19 20V'2 Alex. H. Woshburn, Editor A Publlifcfi Pout H. Jones, Managing Editor 9 Donol Porker, AdvertWnq Mqr. MM. Jean Adior, Classified Mgr. • Mi (Pod) Roger, Jr., Clrc'l. Mgr. W. Hosmer, Mech. Supr. .358 Sl'.i Friday's Resu'fs Kansas City 8-9, Washington 3-7 second 10 innings Cleveland 7, Los Angeles 5 Baltimore 7, Boston G Chicago 6, New York 1 Minnesota 5, Detroit 2 Today's Games Baltimore at Boston Kansas City at Washington Los Angeles at Cleveland Minnesota at Detroit New York at Chicago Sunday's Schedule New York at Baltimore Los Angeles at Washington (2) Minnesota at Cleveland (2) Kansas City at Dcrtoit (2) Boston at Chicago (2) Entered as second class matter a 1 the Post Office at Hope, Arkansa* under the Act of March 3, 1897. Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations Subscription Rates (payable in advance) By carrier In Hope and noighborinc Per week $ <T^ On« month iflj Per year 13.6( By. mail in Hempsteod, Nevada LaFayetfe, Howard and Miller Court- ties — On« month Threa months Si* months Ona yeor All other 'mall — Threa months 3.91 Six months 7.81 One year 15. 6< S .«! 1.8) 3.5» 6.5C National League ..W-.L.-Pct..G.B- 55 31 .640 — ing, witty—and he did great deal of money. have There was some talk about the source of his money in the clubs, the night spots, the locker moms and after one or two board meetings. But since Thorney always- paid his bills on time and could be expected to contribute generously to any charity, even that talk never came to much. Then, one day Thorney suddenly died. Died, just like that, He was mourned briefly—and then quickly forgotten. Two Arkansans Die in Crash HELENA, Ark. (API - Two Phillips County men, Sam Von Kanel. 36. of Helena, and Thomas W. Baxlcy of Elaine were killed Wednesday night when their car •crashed into a (rec 12 miles south of here. Injured were John James Crow of West Memphis and Bill Dyer of Elaine. Crow • critically hurt. Baxlcy was Elaine city councilman. .Congressmen Air Foreign Aid Bill WASHINGTON (AP) — Sen. J. William Fulbright, D-Ark., headed the group of congressmen who met with President Kennedy at the; White House Thursday to clis- Cjiss the President's effort to get a ,?4.8 billion foreign aid bill passed. It was the third such Phone ncrease Before the PSC LITTLE ROCK (AP) — The Prairie Grove Telephone Co. today asked Arkansas Public Service Commission permission to raise rates in most of its area by 25 to 50 cents a month. It also asked authority to borrow $150,000 to expand its rural telephone system in Washington County. The company serves Prairie Grove and several .small communities and rural territory in 50 30 43 36 .45 40 38 41 37 44 37 45 24 5G .581 .544 .529 .481 .457 .457 .300 13'/Z 15'/2 16 28 an meeting Kennedy has held with legislators. The meeting lasted almost an hour. Captain Tim Murphy of Homicide shook his head. "You're A'rong, Jack," he said to a police reporter. "Not a sign of foul play. Thorney just up and died. Came nto his town house that night after a party. Stretched out in an easy chair and just died. Not a sign of a struggle. No evidence of poison. Nothing. Just dead." Captain Murphy struck a Ions dtchen match, waited until he had a good flame and relit his cigar. "Reminds me of one sfran.se hing about Thorney's death. Strong smell of sulphur in the room. That and two other things. Trocfor Accident Fatal to One DE WITT, Ark. 0\P> - Robert Mason, ir>, was killed Thursday when the tractor he was driving overturned and crushed him. He was hauling dirt for his step- grandfather, Alec Brown, at Ticli- nor, south of here, when he lost control of the tractor Deputy Sheriff Pete Vanderford said. Ex-Mus»c Director Succumbs at 50 CONWAY, Ark. (AP) - David Robertson, 50, head of the music department at Oberlin, Ohio, College and former Hendrix College music department head, died Wednesday in Paris, France. Robertson also was former director of the Arkansas Symphony in Little Rock. He was on an exchange trip to Europe. Shoots Truck After Accident FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) Gus Robbins, 23, of Helena, who police said emptied a .22 caliber pistol into a. pickup truck after a minor traffic accident, was .scheduled for arraignment today in Washington Circuit Court. Robbins, a University of'Arkan- sas student, is charged with assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill,' Sheriff Hoilis Spencer said Robbins fired nine shots at a truck driven by James Sheppard, 20, of Booneville as Sheppard was fleeing from the accident scene. Sheppard paid fines and costs totaling $63.50 in Municipal Court Thursday on charges of careless driving and leaving the scene of an accident. Spencer said seven of the nine bullets hit Sheppard's truck, one shattered the roar window and two puncturing tires. The sheriff said the accident involved only bent fenders. Friday's Results St Louis 2, Milwaukee 1 Chicago 8, Cincinnati 7 — innings Pittsburgh (5, San Francisco 4 Today's Games Pittsburgh at San Francisco Philadelphia at Los Angeles Chicago at Cincinnati (N) Milwaukee at St. Louis (N) Sunday's Schedule Chicago at Cincinnati Milwaukee at St. Louis Pittsburgh at Los Angeles Philadelphia at San Francisco Not'l Adverfls'ng Representative! Vkansas Dailies, Inc., 1602 Stef^li Bldg. Memphis 2, Tenn.; 505 Texai 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 Bldg., Oklahoma City 2, Okki. Member of The Associated Presn The Associated Press I. cntillod exclusively tb the use for rcpubllcatio»l of all the local news printed in thfi newspaper, as well at all AP nevi dispatches. 10 Burns Fatal to a Small Child LITTLE ROCK (AP) ^ Two- year-old Vivian Kay Tully, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Tully of Benton, died here Wednesday of burns suffered two weeks ago when a gasoline - soaked paint brush with which she had been Playing was ignited by a match struck by a playmate. Funny kind of a circle drawn in Forty Beehives Cause Real Swarm SAINT-ETIENNE, France (AP) Chives bounced off a near Samt - E lennc Tllesdav chalk in the middle of the and a strange, old gold clutched in Thorney's hand." ancl a swarm of angry bees .nin i ' ormecl ' a menacing cloud over the highway. A professional beekeeper was In these days of hydrogen .summoned and sprayed the bees oen •., . •,. r -„ bombs, missiles and men poink-d i Wlt . hn a ra "«l"''«'nK fluid. oward outer space, it does seem •ather old-fashioned to think about he Devil. Reliable sources, however, as- ure us that he is still around THE END Diplomats WASHINGTON (AP)-The Sen- dte confirmed by voice vole oday President Kennedy's norm ices for two top diplomatic posl, n the field of Latin-American re- ations. The confirmations were: rt F. Woodward of Minnesota (he bees had returned to their hives, and traffic wus hack to normal. French Officers Are Sentenced PARIS (AP)—A special military dor to the Organization of American States. Confirmed at the same time were: Wlliiam P. Snow, a career of- fficer to be , from Manie, to he ambas- "•<<">• i .sador to Paraguay. Carreer officer Edward T. Music Camp Opens FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. fAP>~ A 12-day summer music camp will open Sunday at the University of Arkansas with about J75 high school musicians expected lo participate. Some of those Jti atendance will be from Oklahoma and,Missouri but most will be from Arkansas. Dr. Richard Worthington, University of Arkansas band director, will be in charge of the camp. Gl Insurance LITTLE ROCK (AP)-A total of 42,45.2 Arkansas veterans will divide $1,924,000 in special dividends on their QI insurance, Henry G. Moore, officer manager of the Little Rock regional office of the Veterans Administration, said Wednesday. Moore said it is part ot a $230 million dividend being paid nationally and is in addition to the regular dividend paid earlier this year. Checks are now eing mailed to eligible veterans Jn Arkansas. MAJOR LEAGUE LEADERS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Batting (based on 175 or more at bats) — Howard, New York, .369; Cash, Detroit, .355. Runs — Mantle, New York, 76; Maris, New York, 74. Runs batted in — Gentile Baltimore and Maris, New York, 82; Mantle, New York, 77. Hits — B. Robinson, Baltimore and Kubek, New York, 105; Cash, Detroit, 102. Doubles — Power, Cleveland, 24; Kubek, New York, 23. Triples — Wood, Detroit, 8; Landis, Chicago, 6. Home runs — Maris New York, 34; Mantle, New York, 31. Stolen bases — Aparicio, Chicago, 27; Howser, Kansas City, 24. Pitching (based on 7 or more decisions) — Latman, Cleveland, 8-0, 1.000; Ford, New York, 16-2, .889. Strikeouts — Ford New York, 122; Pascual, Minnesota, 108, National Le*gue Batting (based on 175 or more at bats) — Clemente, Pittsburgh, .357; Altman, Chicago, .348. Runs — Mays, San Francisco, 74; Robinson, Cincinnati, 71. Runs batted in — Cepeda, San Francisco, 78; Robinson, Cincinnati, 73. Hits — Pinson, Cincinnati, 112; Clemente, Pittsburgh, no. Doubles — Coleman, Cincinnati, 22; Mays, San Francisco, 21. Triples — Altman Chicago, 9; Clemente, Pittsburgh, 8. Home runs — Robinson, Cincinnati ancl Cepeda, San Francisco, 25; Mays, San Francisco, 24. Stolen bases — Pinson and Robinson, Cincinnati, 14; Aaron, Mil- wauke, 12, Pitching (based on 7 or more decisions) — Podres, Los Angeles, 9-2, .818; Miller, San Francisco, 7-2, .778. Strikeouts — Koufax Los Angeles, 141; Williams, Los Angeles, 120. Soviet Space Man Dines With Queen LONDON (AP) — Soviet spaceman Ma;j. Yuri Gagarin—a foundry worker before he became |£iti astronaut—lunched today with Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham Palace. The handsome son of n Russian carpenter sat beside the pretty queen. Across the sumptuously laid table was Her Majesty's scientifically minded husband, Prince Philip. History did a couple of mina- cious backfiips, for the scene of Hie luncheon was the White and Gold 1884 Room, so called because Tsar Nicholas I dined there that year. The spaceman wore his air force uniform. With him was Soviet Ambassador Alexander Solda- tov. About 7,000 people stood in front of the palace to sec his «r enter the gates. Guests at luncheon included Lord Louis Mountbalten. Ship Death Toll Placed at 259 LISBON, Portugal (AP) — The Naval command at Loui'Ciiao Marquse, M o •/. a m b i q u e, ff> nounccd today that 25!) persons perished in the explosion and burning of the Portuguese ship, Save, near Qualimano, Nozam- bique, Saturday. There were 290 survivors. The 2,0:i7-lon coaster was driven ashore by a storm, then torn by explosions in her cargo of dynamite, and finally burned. Chinese Lift Movie Kissing Ban TAIPEI, Formosa (AP)-Nationalist China's movie censfor faced the facts of life today and lifted the longtime ban on kissing scenes in Chinese films-if they are an expression of true .loue. In the past the censor has cut kissing scones from Chinese films as "objectionable demon (rations of affection." But chief censor Tu Yi-fang now has decided that "kissing and embracing are conventional expressions of love in actual life." The ban has not applied to American and European movies. OUR ANCESTORS ty Quinc 1 »^i »••». i..., _ • assistant .secri.M,irv f state for inter-American ,-,f. airs. New Orleans Mayor n * • , --•)•! iin, jiH-i;iniui Morrsion lo bo U.S. *mba,, a -j Administration. ambassador to Czechoslovakia. Seymour J. Rubin, Washington lawyer, to bo general counsel of the international Cooperation tribunal sentenced three officers of a crack air force command unit to prison terms Wednesday for taking part in the generals' mutiny in Algiers in April. Two of the sentences were suspended. Two other officers were acquitted. But Maj. Marcel Foran was sent to prison with a five- year sentence. "This is«'t Jik« th« blackbird pie Mother U9 ed to make!"

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