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T "I vvo ( A N S A 'j Hope Star Published every weekday afternoui ' STAR PUBLISHING CO. Mrs. C. t. Palmer, President Alex. H. Woshburn, Scey-Treai. at The Star Building Sfor of Hope 1899; Press 1927 Consolidated January 18, 1929 212-14 South Walnut Street Hope, Arkansas Continued trom Page One Sir. MM. H. Woshburn, Editor & Publish* Caul H. Jones, Managing Editor Oonol Porker, Advertising Mqr. C. M. (Pod) Roger, Jr., Circ'l. Mgr. Scerge W. Hosmor, Mech. Supt. filleted as second* class matter n the frost Office at Hope, Arkansai under the Act of March 3, 1897. Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations Subscription Rotes (payable in advance) By carrier in Hope and neigiibonni Per week ........... , ................ S .3 One month ........................... 1.31 Per year ................................ 13. 6< By mail in Homestead Nevjtfc LoFayette, Howard and Miller Coun ties — On* month ........................... $ .8 Three months ..................... , 1.8! SI* months ........................... 3.5v One year ............................... *.5t All other moll — Thre« months ....................... 3.91 Six months ........................... 7.81 DIM year .... ............................ 1 5 -*< NafM Adyertls'ng Representatives Arkansas Dailies, Inc., 1607. Stericl. Bldg. Memphis 2, Tenn.; 505 Texas Bonk Bldg., Dallas 2, Texa'.; 360 N Michigan Ave., Chicago 1, III.; 60 E. 42nd St., New York 17, N. Y.; 176? Penobscot Bldg., Detroit 2, Mich Terminal Blda., Oklahoma City 2 Dkko. Member of The Associated Prcsi The Associated Press I. entitled ex rluslvely to the use for republicatio' of all the local news printed : n th newspaper, as well of all AP new dispatches. Volcano Claims Five Victims <'.:t'mi Ilia! conditions Bciljii could he changed hy the . >;i'.:iiii!! u! a peace treaty hetwoen !)|ic Sovici I iiinii and Kasl Ger- 'liianv. ;:• So\ i' I 1'reniier Khrushchev Ihrealens lo do. B'-iiani warned of Ihe danger of l uni'on--.ecahle consequences if Ihe ' 'Soviet I nion tried hy its own action to change Berlin conditions.! The I'.S. note was an answer to i ' r\ memorandum which Khrush- c!n-', .:a\e lo President Kennedy 'at Ihi'ir \'ieiina conference .lime •i. lie was ri'iiortcd to have taken a MTV tough line in his lalk with Kennedy and in subsequent public >t:'li'ilien','- he has (In lared lie •.••.'•uln M.:n a separate pence treaty with Hast Germany by the i nd of this year. This ha-; led to fears that the ; Ka--| Gcnnaiis would try to cut the Allies' access lo Berlin, as a ;iir.-t move toward taking over the ; whole city. The t'.S. note took an uncom- ; prisinu lone insofar as its right to ' he in Her!in and to ha\e access to the ci:y are eoncerneil. ': The note today said liinntly this ; country "i-- insisting on. and will Uielen-.l its leual right.- against at- lempU at unilateral abrogation because the freedom of the people of West Berlin depends upon the maintenance of those rights." j The I'.S.. British and French ' .notes were dispatched to Moscow, 'alter long consultation among the i Allied powers. ' The I'nited States took tho position that the Berlin problem is hot insoluble but must be solved as part of the problem of a divided Germany "on the basis of the universally recognized principle of a : self-determination." i The Soviet government, the U.S. az-inote continued, has presented the STORAGE SPACE FOR CANNED AND DRIED FOODS WATER TRANSFER REFRIGERATOR FOR CHILLING LIQUIDS, THAWING FOODS COLD WATER. FREEZER (FROZEN SANDWICHES IN DOOR) ASTRONAUT IN POSITION TO EAT Tuesday, July 1», lv'6j ^ Driver Held on Chargeof Repe LITfLfc ftOCk 'AP' - Jon-ell David Sharp! 31, a white North Little Rock truck driver, is held „. , in county jail on a charge of rap- weather satellite, the Tiros III. n.voar-okl Ne«ro girl. Chief fired a week ago, had detected '"5 a " y° ar OKllNO "'° rt " » signs of a developing high pros- Deputy Prosecutor Rodney PiV; Space Venture Continued from Page One been optimistic. Even so. the nation's newest sure system in the Caribbean almost as soon as it went into or- reports from the CATANIA. Sicily IAP'—Ml Etna, Europe's tallest and most active volcano, claimed its first recorded victims Sunday after year of intensified activity. Five French tourists were E ing at a fissure in the northeast ; Western powers with a demand crater when there was a sudden ; that they accept the Soviet solu- explosion. Volcanic ash and dust ;tion of the German problem which poured from the fissure and j in the long run would endanger burned them. I the peace. The five helped each other down i The Soviet solution would keep the 10,705-foot mountain to the In-i East and West Germany perman- released - emly divided, accordnv cal hospital. They were after treatment. to the West, and the Western power contend this would he a continuing Compact space kitchen carries enough food to serve three men on a 14-day mission. Canned and dried foods are stored in pulldown bunkers, which also have bars along their length for pilots to hold onto. Since little water would be carried, it must be recovered from liquid wastes. Although containing everything a modern kitchen needs (except the sink), the experimental space kitchen weighs only 800 pounds and is just 7Va feet high, 10 feet long. A Short Short Storv 1961 br KEA. ••«. Blast Injuries Fatal to Arkansan EL DORADO, Ark. <AP) Charles Elton Kelly. 27. of Stron I Since the Western popers have | turned down the Soviet solution, the I'nited States said, the Soviet Union "threatens to violate its international obligations. ito determine unilaterally Ihe fate WINDOW TO TE WORLD y LESTER ARNO Mrs. Thornton Trowbridgc Thurslon closed her bedroom door, walked briskly to her desk and carefully selected several sheets of her very best stationary—the iwith definite tastes and opinions, Helena Bridge Dedication Set HELENA, Ark. (AP) —Helena will dedicate a new $14 million bridge over Ihe Mississippi River, Weather Continued from Page One LOUISIANA: Partly cloudy and | wnrm through Wednesday. Scattered thundershowers near the bit. Subsequent Tiros were watched closely since they substantiated ground reports of the high pressure front with | multiple cloud layers. | In announcing the postponement i the National Aeronautics and Space Administralion said the cloud cover was attributable to "an easterly wave which has been moving across the Caribbean for the past three or four days." The weather hitch developed as technicians and scientists were preparing to resume the countdown which would have led to a scheduled ' 6 a.m. liftoff this morning. The presence of the high clouds would have hampered full photographic coverage of the operation which scientists insist upon from blastoff to burnout of the booster. The delay caused a slight mounting of tension here in what had been an otherwise calm ac- ceplancc of the facl that another man was scheduled to lake a 300- mile ride like a bullet. NASA officials said they had loted a sort of "ho hum" allitude oward Ihe flight and observed hat "Grissom could have less ban a perfect flight." The attitude was attributed to .he perfect space flight by .Navy Cmdr. Alan B. Shcpard Jr., on May 5 and the calm assumption that what had been done before could be done again. Grissom is scheduled to take off in a 4,040 pound space capsule ham Jr. said Sharp gave himself up Monday. He had been sought since the charge was filed June 30. He is held without bond. PSC Holds Up Pay TV Vote LITTLE ROCK (API state Public Service Commissirj has voted on whether to allow pay television in Lille Rock, but its decision Will hot be announced for a few days. PSC Chairman Lewis M. Robinson said he is writing a summary of the reasoning behind his vote in balloting Monday, Motion picture theater owners object to pay TV. a $.14 million generating plant ofi coasl anc , widely st ,: uci . cd aftcr . Arkansas Power & Light Co. and [noon thundershowers elsewhere. yey' they'"iive"iinder'one'"roof "in a ncw federal building July 27. i Low tonight 68-74. High Wednes- jeace and harmony because Ihcy Gov. Ross Baniott of Mississippi c 'ay 8G-92. died in a hospital here Saturday i ol after 9Vi years in a coma follow- i their ing an injury suffered in an ex- millions of Germans without consent, and to use force ,st its World War II allies if luntarily surrender plosion at Midland. Tex. He was they do not voluntarily surrender pronounced dead at a Midland ; their ,-i?hts_ and vital pos.tions pronounced hospital by physicians r.isccverec a spark of life and kept him alive, i The Soviet government must understand that such a course of He suffered a virus infection last action is not only unacceptable, November and 1 -had strength since. _ been losing . but is a more serious menace to I world peace for which it bears Continuing Our SEMI-ANNUAL SHOE SALE You know the values you always find during our big July Shoe Sale, and we have added more sizes for you to select from. LADIES SHOES These nationally advertised shoes have been regrouped and more styles added. Not ever/ size in every style but your size in some of these. Including Values up to $14.95 discreet gray. the initials "T. T. T." chastely engraved in the tipper left hand corner. She selected a ball-point pen. considered it. and then rejected it. A piece of toilet tissue in her hand, she neatly filled a fountain pen with a broad point. She tried out the pen by writing "Mrs. Thornton Trowbridge Thurston" and then beneath the signature she wrote, "(Priscilla Thurston>" Satisfied with the results, she began to compose her letter. "To Ilia Editor: "I wish to differ with you on the subject of African nationalism. | "In your editorial in last night's I paper you try to make out a case ; for one of two issues. You say Africa must choose between Colonialism or Nationalism. u-c governed with understanding and human sympathy. Needless to say. my husband and I have spent much time and energy in evolving fundamental rules for conduct and behavior in our home. We also respect the rights of the individual and have taught this respect to our children. "We frown upon corporal punishment or force in any shape or form, yet our children respond to the inlellectual arguments that readily adapt themselves to government in our home, in Africa or anywhere in lilie world." Opposition Noted to School Aid and Gov. Orval E. Faubus ofi Arkansas will dedicate tho bridge. | Arkansas' senators, J. W. Pul- j bright and John L. McClellan, will! speak at the power plant dedica-j LITTLE ROCK (AP) — Opposi- jlion to federal aid to cducatior are rooted in court school deseg rogation orders and the issue ol separation of church and state State Education Commissions Arch Ford said Monday night. In a speech to 225 county and district school superintendents ancj lion. Mayor to Make Tour of South MONROE, La. (AP) —Mayors (•,.„„, .„ c ,, . . ...[Arkansas Education Association from nine Southern slates will I,,,- ,.,„ ho cnif , hn , noo nn) rnnr $ 5 Mrs. Thurston paused in her writfng, I'ead what she had written and smiled with satisfaction. Then she looked up from her desk toward the window that faced the garden. She studied the window and then the view and returned to her task. "As I write this letter, I pause to look out my window at our garden, and the thought occurs to me that if a home is secure, its) windows look out, not on a garden, but on the world. So, too, if a government is secure, it looks out a window to the world. "African leaders, indeed wory leaders, neeil only take a lesson from the homemakers of t'hc world to know how to govern in make a tour of the South this week to organize Southern municipal officers. They will stop in Little Rock at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday. Arkansas mayors planning to make the trip are John Harsh of Magnolia and Harold Price of West Memphis. officials, he said he docs not fear federal control of schols because of federal aid. He spoke at Ihe first annual Superintendents' Conference on School Administration. Former Miss Arkansas 1 Meet PINE BLUFF Ark. (AP)—Two former Misses Arkansas from Pino Bluff greeted Frances Jane Anderson, 19, Miss Arkansas 1962, at a news conference here Monday. The others who won Miss Pine Bluff lidos before going on lo the Miss Arkansas crown are Mrs. Sally Miller Perdue (1959) Rail Official Is Transferred LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Arthur E. Anderson of Little Rock, Arkansas division superintendent of the Rock Island Railroad, has been transferred to El Reno, Okla., as Southern Division superintendent. He is succeeded by William JM Pasta of Des Moines, Iowa. named Liberty Bell 7. The suborbital flight is to be almost a carbon copy of the arcing ride taken by Shcpard. Hfs capsule hurtled 110 miles high and landed 302 miles down range after a 15-minute ride that reached a peak speed of 5,1(50 miles an hour. And Grissom, of Mitchell, Ind., was reported to be a "cool cucumber" as the time neared for him to don his silvery space suit and ride the elevator to the top of the rocket gantry. Grissom, revealed Monday as the pilot for the flight, is a 5-foot- 155-pouncl veteran of the Korean War. A crack test pilot, he has ogged more than 3,400 hours of flying time. All his experience as a test pilot is needed on the flight. He is called upon lo perform a number of in-flight tasks, including actually controlling the roll, pitch and haw of the spacecraft for brief periods. But his job is to be easier than Shepard's was. The total assignments were reduced so Grissom would have more time just lo sit back and look at things inside and outside the capsule. A "picture window," 19 inches high, 11 inches across the base and 7 across the top, was installed. Grissom hopes to see much of to the HARD-OF-HEARIHG* TRU-tlFE REPLICA Here ii an opportunity to see and test a replica bf a most unusual hearing aid in your own home. Acousticon's "PRIVAT- BAR" has been designed for utmost concealment. It can tuck behind the smallest ear. Iff amazingly light too...only 1/3 of an ounce. 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When one! anc ' Claudette Smith of Star City Children's SHOES $2-$3 Women's - Girls' KEDETTES Values to $4.95 $2.00 | Each of my children is a distinct personality. "Please permit a mere woman, a homemaker, to point out to you i that there are 'other ways of gov- i erning in peace and in harmony. I am thq mother of eight chil- know how to govern children, one can govern adults. Civil conflict £0 and wars never proved anything. Only when reason prevails can one hope for a lasting peace. ^^ "If Ihe mothers of the world •j^. allowed their children 1 to- govern, childish nationalism would ruin every home. If parents governed without considering the personalities, the hopes, the aspirations ol' their children, we would have domestic' colonialism — and again, ruin and despair. "I am sure you do not 'have the courage to prin| this letter." Carefully she re-read the letter to make sure the words were spelled correctly. 196l>. The three were proto- iraphed with 12 beauty trophies they have won. wails and screamed threats pounded against her ears. Mrs. Thurston surveyed the scene quietly for a moment. Then, in a voice so strident it pierced through all the din, she screamed, "Children: Stop it! Stop it this instant Joan—let go of Bobby's haid or I'll slap you! Betsy, Bill. Get off that sofa or you'll both go without supper to- dren, varying in age from eight Mrs. Thurston signed the lel- j years to 26 years. Each of my children is a distinct personality Men's Rand SHOES $6.00 Boys' Block LOAFERS Sizes 3 to 6 $4.00 full responsibility before all mankind." The U.S. note maintained its tone of stern rejection of the Soviet Union's Berlin demand throughout its 2,500-word length. Much of the document was devoted to reviewing the Soviet Union's threats and demands and rebuffing them point by point. er, addressed the envelope, sealed and stamped it and strode tosvard her bedroom door. As she opened it, a torrent of sound greeted her. Cries, shrieks,, Thurston slapped her night" Mrs. daughter, Joan. Instantly, peace prevailed Mrs. Thurston's Congo, and sunshine poured in from the garden BIG! BIG! BIG! Vi Price Sale OPENS WED. MORN. 9 A. M. All Spring and Summer windows. The Endl MEN'S KEDS IOOSTER OXFORDS — — - _ $3.00 SOY'S SIZES 2 to 6 EVERY LITTER BIT HURTS . . . FOSTER'S FAMILY SHOE STORE 113 I. 2nd Corbin Foster Phone 7-2700 "Where Good Shoes ore Fitted Correctly" NEXT TO POST OFFICE YOU CAN HELP with every litter bit you hold for that next trash container down the street. YOU CAN HELP with every litter bit you deposit in the lilterbag you should carry in your car. YOU CAN HELP with every litter bit you properly dispose of. YOU CAN HELP prevent the pile-up that costs your city and state millions a year to pick up. Think of STREETS, HIGHWAYS. PARKS and BY-WAYS as your front lawn. 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