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To City Subtcribtn: If you fail to get your Star please telephone 7-3431 by 6:30 p. m. and a special carrier will deliver your paper. 62ND YEAR: VOL. 62 — NO. 236 liar Bowi» Knife Star For Weather Rcporl Sec Column at Bottom of This Pago ll»», Pr«i Jan. II, If If HOPE, ARKANSAS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 19, 1961 Member: The Associated Prcsi «, Audit Rur*«u ol Clrculntlnnl Av. N« Paid Clrt'l 1 mot. tnrtlna March 11, 1*61 — 1,531 PRICE 5c COPY Space Flight Is Again Delayed by Weather By HOWARD BENEDICT CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AIM ~A high cloud cover today caused the cancellation of the second scheduled attempt to send astronaut Virgil I. (Gus) Grissom inlo space and brought about a delay of $5 least three days before another attempt can l>c made. The shot today was scrubbed under weather conditions whicl)' had been marginal for «l least 2*1 hours though clearing skies Tuesday night raised hopes that the attempt could be made. At daybreak thin clouds at 23,000 feel hovered over this space center with its fueled mis- sil<j» ready to go. In two hours, hovVevcr. the cloud bank settled 15,000 feet and blanketed the area. Mother of Hope Resident Dies Mrs. Lillie Alyea; formerly of Hope, died today in Hugo, Okla. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Joe Reese of Hope, Mrs. Irene Morclock of Hugo, and a sister, Mrs. Ircr.-c Ridiere of Duncan, Okla. Services will be held at the Hugo Christian Church Friday. Burial and graveside service will )C held at 4 p. m. Friday in Rose lill Cemetery of Hope. By HOWARD BENEDICT CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) —A solid cloud cover closed over this missile launching base today JUKI a halt was called in the countdown on Virgil I. (Gus) Grissom's space rocket. It had bc# scheduled to blast off at 7 a.m. (EST). If the cloud cover at 15,000 feel failed to break, there could be another postponement of the shot —this one for three days or more. It was reported earlier that the rocketeers would have until 1 p.m. before making a decision on whether to wait for another clay. Since the rocket was fully fueled. lh«f postponement would have to bc~at least until Saturday because it takes two clays to clean out the tanks after fueling and another /or a new countdown. Since firings arc seldom scheduled on weekends, it could be put off until next week. Washington Featured in Advertising The Old Tavern of Washington Ark., now restored and being vis iled by thousands of historically minded tourists annually, is featured in the statewide advertising program of Ihe Arkansas Fusion, United Stales Brewers Association, this week. Daily and weekly newspapers throughout the state, as well as numerous special publications, carry the Brewers Association's ads which this year arc following the theme of "Let's Talk Arkansas". This institutional type of advertising calls attention 'to oul- Klanding industries, points of interest and general progress by the sljJ.c. It was designed lo coop- tratc with Ihc program of the Public Relations Committee of the Arkansas Stale Chamber of Commerce. The Old Tavern ad, which appears elsewhere in this issue provides the Washington, Ark., historical area with advertising on a statewide basis. The United States Brewers Association is the nation's oldest con- liffiously active trade association and will be 100 years old in 19(52. Man Found Guilty of Murdar JACKSON, Mo. (AP)_A circuit court jury found Sammy Aire luckcr, 2(5, of Fresno, Calif., guilty of first degree murder Tuesday n, the slaying of a Cape Gi- r*|:lcaii, MO., policeman. Judge Ray Wcightman fixed sentence at death in the gas chamber When Wcightman I e n c c, Tucker's screamed, sobbed to shriek, JJudge Tucker ing March io of Patrolman Don- aid Cnttenclon, 27. Crittendon am anohter officer, auxiliary Patrol man Herbert Goss, 07, were slaii uik. gun light. Tucker was wound «/. He was the only defense wit ness. The trial took two clays Tucker named his companion Douglas Wayne Thompson, as th triggerman. Thompson is serviiij it life sentence for another ing. Balloting by ASC Now Underway The ASC election for the purpose of electing Community Com- miUccmen and delegates to the County Convention will be held by mail between July 24 and August 3. 1 ;)(>!. Ballots will be malod to all known eligible farmers. Ml envelopes containing marked ballots must be mailed or returned to the ASC County Office by not later than August 3, I'JGL In the event, any farmer fails to receive a ballot by mail he may obtain one by contacting the ASC County Office L.> " .'inal date sel out above. Ballots received al the County Office will' be tabulated publicly by the County Committee beginning al 0 a. m. August 7, 19(51, at the ASC County Office. All questions on eligibility lo vote and hold office will be settled by the County Committee subject to appeal to the Slate Commilteo. Below is the complete slate of nominees: A — Spring Hill: Brice Anderson, Clinton Turner, Gilbert L. Brown, Jesse Collins, Vernon Brown, C. M. Momon, Elgin Moses, Brooks Collins, Roy Smith, E. II. Collins, R. G. Momon. B — Patmos: Leo Hatch, C. P. Jones, II. W. McClellan, J. E. Hollis, W. B. Jones, Finis Odom, L. E. Hollis, Dan Laha, S. S. Wright, W. Y. Jackson, Guy Martin. " ' "" C — Shover Springs and Rocky Change Course on Berlin, JFK Appeals to Red By DOUGLAS CORNELL WASHINGTON (AP) — President Kennedy urged today the So- vile Union to reconsider a course he said threatens to disturb world peace. At the same lime, he announced I lial he would make today the final decision on any bolstering of military forces required to meet the Soviet menace to Berlin and other areas of the world. Kennedy told a news conference in forceful, measured tones thai he would place his decisions before America's allies later this week. He said he would speak to the American people n ext Tuesday evening on this matter and 'present the program to Congress the, following clay. Kennedy declined to go into details now on possible military measures. The administration has been considering calling up reserves and national guardmcn, among other things. And again today, Kennedy made it plain, though not in so many words, that this country is ready to fight, if need be, to keep West Berlin from Communist engulf- i mcnt. We intend to honor our commitments," Kennedy said. The President said thai what the administration will propose in the way of taxes for deficit financing to pay for any bost in military strength will be disclosed will) announcement of (he program. He (old a questioner (hat the present lax structure would bring in very substantial amounts if the economy is proceeding a I wlial we hope will be a seady rail of growth." The decision on taxes and spending, the President, said, will be made in the light of what will produce the best economic situation foi- the' United Status in the coming months." A record turnout of 427 rc- SABOTAGED NEW LONDON SCHOOL — A 41-year-old ex-convict with a mental hospital record, William Estel Benson, told Oklahoma City police he sabotaged the gas lines under the new London, Tex., school which caused mi explosion that killed 296 students and teachers. This is a general view file photo taken March 18, 1937, showing the school after the explosion. Officials are checking the startling confession. — NEA Telophoto Plane Down in Argentina Carrying 66 BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AIM—An Argenline Airlines l)C(i crashed in'flames today near A/ul and officials feared all of 111 (iO passengers and crewmen were killed: Officials feared some Americans may have been among the dead. The flight, a nonstop run between Buenos Aires and Hie Palagonian oil center of Comodo- Bcnron Co. Gets a Newspaper PKA 1 RIDGE, Ark. (AP>—lien Inn County will have a new week ly newspaper July 20 — The Pea Ridge Argus. 0. K. Bailey and Edward Bai ley, publishers of the Sulphur Springs Beacon, are founders of the paper. Tom Oslerloh, recently editors of the McDonald County Press at Noel. Mo., will be editor. Broiler Group Meets HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (API—The National Broilers Council of Rich- ro Rivadiva, was a favorite of|mond, \'a., ended its annual con- U.S. oil experts who shuttle back | vcniioii here Monday, re-electing rank Sanderson of Laurel president. Harold Snider of Mound: Horace Recce, Sid An-1 porters attended today's news clerson, Roy Rogers, C. R. Faughl, I conference. They filled the state Lloyd Sanders, II. M. Dunlap. J. | department auditorium as far Early McWilliams, J. Floyd Me- |, ;ic k : ,s a partition two-thirds of and forth between the capital and the oilfields. The crash look place at Cha- chari, a farming center about 110 miles from A/ul, which lies HiO miles south of Buenos Aires. An airline spokesman said the plane, a four-engine model and one of the airline's newest, had attempted an emergency landing and burst, into flames as it touched ground. Joe Miss., Danlanelle, Ark., was elected vice president. Ted Cameron of North Lille Rock and John Tys of Springdale were named lo the council's executive committee. Kiwanians Hear About Convention Highlights of lional Kiwanis ast miMil'h in were give.iv lo the llllil Intcnva- Conventinn, heh Toronto, Caivan'a I lie Hope Kiwanis Club yesterday by its local delegates. Heading I he local delegatioi was Kiwanis LI. Gov. Mike Kelly l)r H. W. Strong ar.-d Dean Murphy each of whom made 10 minute talks at the luncheon meeting a the Barlow Hotel. Approximately .111,11(1(1 attended the convention. Guests in-eluded R. C. Kennedy Horsey Flymi, Harry Kelly, Jo< llankins and Grady Hester. Former County Judge Garrett Is Acquitted by Jury JFKYSchool Bill Is Dead for Present I Former llcmpsleadl County !Judge II. G. (Jan-oil was' acf|iiit- led of a charge yesterday that, ho allowed claims in violation ot ;i le law and converted (he proceeds lo his own use. Although llu; trial look l.\v» full days and a parade of ;)() or more witnesses t'he circuit court; jury look only about 1!> minute!) lo return- the not guilty verdict. Dowell, W. C. Abbott, Autrey Wilon. passed sen- wife, Reva, and was heard • . . Murder.' was tried for the shoot slay Weather Experimenl Station report fo 2'1-hours ending at 7 a. m Wet ncsday. High 2, Low 72; Tot; lIKil precipitation through June. 2'l.ilO inches; during (fie sain period a year ago, 22.2-1 inches. ARKANSAS - Partly t . U)U( | through Thursday with scattered thumlcrshowers in extreme north late today or tonight ami over D — Hope: Fred Glanlon, W. E. rhomason, J. C. Russell, E. IcWilliams, Arvel May, Archie smith, E. D. May, Jimmie Cook, Jalvin Hare, D. T. Davis, C. J. ?owe, W. D. (Dub) Davis. E — Fulton and Guernsey: W. 2. Cox III, II. H. Rosenbaum, Paul Cornelius, Lamar Williams, J. W Seymour, James F. Harrison, II. 1. Rosenbaum, Brooks Shulls, Roy ~Yy, Harvey Powell, F — Crossroads and McNab: Oscar Mosier, Orville R. Rosen- nuim, A. A. Stockton, Tom A. Schmitl, W. W. Hughes, W. C. Thompson, G. B. Hester, Wade the way to the rear of Ihe chamber. Kennedy started off with a 'ilengthy statement on Germany and Berlin, a followup to Tuesday's note lo Moscow and in many ways repetitive of that document. In tone of voice as well as in words, Kennedy was tough without shaking any figurative fist. Jlc said that Russia's June 4 proposal to alter the status Berlin, and to sign a separate peace treaty with East Germany as a possible contingency is a document which speaks of peace bul threatens to disturb it." The real intent, he said, is to absorb East Berlin into the so- BUENOS AIRES, Argentina 'API—An Argentine Airlines DCii with (ill passengers and a crew of at least (i crashed today near Ihc city of A/ul about KiO miles south of Buenos Aires. The plane was traveling from Buenos Aires to Comodoro Riva- diva, an oil center on the Pala- gonian coast. Airline officials said (here may have.been some American cili- y.ens aboard heading for the oil o f I center. A spokesman said be believed the DCIi attempted an emergency landing but burst into flames as il touched ground. Gilbert, Wiley M. Dillard, William] called German Democratic Re- r 'ilbcrl. | public while West Berlin would be called a free city" bul would lose and G — Washington and Columbus: Joe C. Booker, J. P. Webb, Tom j YlcCorkle, W. I. Stroud, Parker Rogers, H. W. Worthey, Tom Jones, B. C. Webb, Mclson YVM- er, John J. Wilson. H — DeAnn and Bairds Chapel: Salph Cricler, James H. Burke, Otis Breed, Robert Rowe, Roy B. Roberts, Noel Cummings, Robert -ash, Jim Faulkner, Lcroy Sam- icl, J. C. Burke, John C. Lloyd. I — Blevins and Sweet Home: jiiy Loe, Weldon Fulton, Doris Carman, O. L. Ward, G. II. Broth- crton, A. M. Sewcll, Dallas Hugg, 'arl Brown, Lcvelle Bonds, Dennis Ledbcttcr. J — McCaskill: Luther Spice; 1 , Luther Boll, Jmon Hoover, J. M. Askew, Bert Scott, Jr., Monroe. Long, Clarence E. Sweat, Earl Jester, Dutch Wallers, E. II. Myrick. K — Ozan and Sardis: Hansford Hay,, T. T. Rowe, It. J. Walter Dougan, F. Alton Bohaiinon, John W. Webb. J. Milam Green, Rush Jones, Harry Chism. a tree cit the protection of the Wcsl become subject to the will of a totalitarian regime." The session with newsmen concentrated on Berlin, Germany and U.S. military preparedness. But it also ranged widely over other fields and, briefly, out inlo space. Jn this latter area, Kennedy said [write Ihe liMil the United Stales still has a goal of putting a man into orbit toward the end of this year.- Legislature Action Asked to Redistrict PINE BLUFF, Ark. (AP) — Rep. E. C. Gainings of the First- Congressional District thinks a special legislative session can re- Spelunkers Drowned in Passageway II. Amoneltc', | hy ORLEANS, Ind. (AIM — Two young cave explorers were found i drowned early today, lying side side in an uncharted deadend p a s s a g c where a flash flood trapped them Sunday. Ralph S. Moreland Jr.. 25. redislricling law to congressional No Trace of Bank Holdup Pair Yet TAYLOR, Ark. (API—A search for a husky gunman who held up a branch bank here and fled with .$'1,0(1(1 has spread inlo Louisiana. Columbia County Sheriff 1). C. SI evens said road blocks had been set up in northern Louisiana in an effort to locale the old model car in which I lie robber and an accomplice fled after Tueeday's holdup. The car in u'liii-li I hey drove away from th^ bank was found abandoned on Highway 1(10 near here. Stevens said it had been stolen in Louisiana Monday. The fMiman enlernl Hie branch of the First National Bank of Magnolia, pulled a .22 caliber pistol on manager James Nipper and forced Nipper to put money Irom a cash drawer inlo a sack. Before leaving Ihe bank Ihe holdup man forced Nipper and customer Max Knight. 17, inlo the vaull, which could not be opened from Ihe inside. They were freed about five minutes later when Lowell Hudnall. an employe of a service station across the street from the bank, beard their cries for help. Authorities said (lie gunman fled in the car with an accomplice who waited outside the bank. Road blocks set up in Ihe area failed lo turn up any suspects, Stevens said, lie said coun- | ly and stale authorities have been i joined by FBI agents in the in- i vestigation. Revival Services at New Liberty New Liberty Church is a revival meeting with services al It) a. m. and 7:110 p. m. daily. The Rev. Horace L. Hollis is the pastor and Ihe Rev. Denvil Fairchild is the evangelist. WASHINGTON (AIM — President Kennedy called today for •ongressional action on his aid lo education program, describing it is the most important legislation a- has requested. Kennedy told his news conference be hopes sponsors of Ihe bill in Ihe House will lake advantage of every possible available procedure lo bring it. lo a vole in Ihal body. The House Rules Commit lee voted 11-7 Tuesday lo table for the rest of this year not. only the general school aid bill Kennedy requested, but also two others Among other things, these would provide some aid through loans to public and parochial schools, and would provide college scholarships. Referring to the Rules Committee vole, Kennedy said seven out of Ihe eight members who voted to labl Hit 1 bills were mil sympathetic to (he legislation and did nol support him in Ihe Htlitl presidential contest. Former Judge U. G. Garrcll; deposited $l,Ml.OI with the county treasurer this morning, this beliiy the sum in question during yesterday's trial in which lie was acquit* ted by the Jury. Court' reconvened' (his morning and a jury was selected to hear the stale's case against. Mrs. Wanda Grimmell, former secretary to Mr. Garret!., who was indicted on a charge of embe/;/.le- menl or grai;-d larceny by bailee.. A mistrial was declared this morning in Ihe case of Mrs. Wanda Grimmelt, after the jury was unable lo agree. Judge Lylo Brown called Ihe mistrial after the jury reported it was hopelessly deadlocked. The case was not set immediately for retrial. Mr. Garrctl, went on trial al t p. in. today in connection with another case which involves $100. The proseculioi; charges that the former judge pocketed this amount, belonging to the county Kennedy said he believes there in a tractor sale. holding j ;| | Homecoming at Union Grove Homecoming will be held at Union Grove Haplisl. Church on Sunday, July 2ll. The Rev. Noel Warren will preach at JO a. m. Singing will be held during Urn afternoon. Final Rifres for Joseph Coficld Services for Joseph Cofield, <lli, formerly ol Hope and Emmel, will be held at M p. in. today al Hern don - Cornelius Funeral Home Chapel. Burial will be al Forrest Hill Cemetery in Nevada County. MOP to Abandon Car Ferry Service ST. LOUIS The Missouri Pacific Railroad said Monday it will abandon its iiiJ-ye-ar-old railroad car ferry al SI. GtDovicve, Mo., on Wednesday. The Interstate Cornmei'ee Com mission granted permission for the abandonment. The railroad said it would use. a bridge al lllmo, Mo., instead ot the ferry. L — Bingen: JIoll, James II. Arnold, Lake All Around Town By The Star Staff W. T. Lewis, Earl! Kllox ' Ind., Martindale, Homer i ]>ml 1|1(L Bryant, Thomas ! c '''' w '' tl( ' ^" and Tom Arnold, 2f>, hafi a |] I 1 " r c " l ' - v ^^ "'' " 10 1"'°'''""' Jones, Charles Erwin, Thunrumi' 1 ' 8 ' 1 sir '° l 3ilssl 'K c wnt '» t |lc Poss, B. Stanley, E. P. Langlcy. Gas Merger Is Okayed by PSC LITTLE ROCK (AIM _ Wiley McGehce's attempt lo hall I Ill- merger of Mid South Gas Co. inlo Arkansas Louisiana Gas Co. is now up to Pulaski Chancery Court. Arkansas Public Service Commission Chairman Lewis Robinson said Tuesday Mc- Gebce's request for a rehearing on PSC approval of the merger would be denied. McGchec has a suit to hall the merger pending in court. Mcdchcc is a minority | town stockholder in Mid South. He is a^blo Continued on Page Two I resident of McC-chce. graduate students evidently had been dead hours before the underground stream receded enough to allow rescue attempts to be stalled Monday. The first heavy rain gol them" said Hubert Armstrong, 2ii, Indianapolis, leader of the party which found the bodies. Armstrong said debris marks showed the water bad reached the ceiling of Ihe low cavern cL-11. The bodies were two-thirds of a mile inside the twisting limestone cave, located eight mile^A west of this southern Indiana and HO miles north of the River. It took four hours to avoid an al-lai race next year. Gainings took this view in response to a query from the Pine Bluff Commercial. I have bad occasion to discuss this matter with a number ol Arkansas: lawyers who ftel that i should a shift in one or more counties be made in a new bill it would have the effect of nullifying petitions which have been filed i to refer the act to a vole in the l'J()2 general election i," lie said. Gathings' view is at odds with I Dial of .stale Rep. Raymond Mays, I of Cleveland County, author of the Ire-districting act. However, Mays, i " ~ ," Mike Galhings, wants to avoid aii|, Some developments at the Cityj al-larle race next summer, lie has . Board's hearing on the proposed: suggested ciriulatioii of petitions i «-'wcr financing plan . . . Ihe newj , to get a special election on ' lint>s » lllsl I)C ' Completed entirely, before the old lines can be; abandoned . . . that could, lake j six months, according lo Engineer! John Hawkins . . . progress will, be very slow and in some in-1 stances will inconvenience Hie! public considerably . . . one questioner asked about an area Ihal recently went together and buili i-. line connecting to (lie main sewer line . . . be was told they would he cli.ir.L;c'l the same a> others bceaii-c replaecmeni is lur main lines oii!> . . . these line.-. serve mil <ml\ the original sewIT system bul later districts as well ... in other words, it you are paying out a sewer diMricl it makes no ililti-rence . . . you will continue' lo pa\ (he regular district fee anil the new tec also. Former Hamburg Judge Dies HAMBURG, Ark. (AIM—Y. W. Elheridge, TA. Hamburg municipal judge and former Ashley County judge, died Tuesday nighl al bis home here. He served as county judge for 10 years and was a former .school board member. is strong support in I lie country for improvement of the eduealion- system, and urged favorable action by Congress. Kennedy said he is opposed lo .separating from Ihe $2.5 billion over-all school aid bill a provision which wwlel continue the federal aid now given to impacted areas where the school population has wen increased by defense installations. Some members of Ihe Congress have suggested that. only the impacted areas provision may be passed in this session. Congress would nol meet its responsibilities, Kennedy said, if it passed only such legislation. He insisted thai all school assslance should be treated as a unit, A reporter suggested that opposition to giving aid lo nonpublic schools had contributed to the slalemale of UK; educational legislation. Kennedy said he thinks Congress ought to continue lo provide loans to nonpublic schools for specific purposes, lie noted that the Health, Education and Welfare Department had held in a report to Ihe House that such loans would be constitutional. Kennedy said he agrees with 'that position, so long as aid does not go across Ihe board to such schools In a way be said would be clearly unconstitutional." Private, and parochial schools now may obtain loans for specific purposes under Ihe National Defense Education Act. A bill to extend thai measure would provide- also for loans for some types of building construction for those schols. Kennedy himself has said thai direct general aid to parochial schools would be clearly uncon-' stilutional. Despite Ihe rules committee's/ action, several steps are possible lo salvage Ihe entire school aid program. But mine is given much chance of success. Chief casually in the eyes of House Democratic- leaders was a bill carrying $2.~> billion in grants to the stales lor public school Continued on Page Two The. prosecution completed its case by midmornmg, charging that Mrs. Grimmell maintained possession of a $fi() check whicl) allegedly belonged I olhe county. L. E. Pott-el, oil aixll gas diso- tribulor Who was slalecl to go to i rial this session, is charged with forgery and obtaining money under false pretenses. However, his case was put -off flu's morning, In yesterday's trial the issue cer.-lere,d about $1, 1*11.01 which the prosecution charged the county paid twice to Mr. Poleef for oil, and gasoline purchases. The cle-, fcnse admitted I'lie- possibility of two payments but contended that if so il was inadvertently with no criminal intent. In Icstimony ye.sl.c-rday . Mr Garrett. explained thai the confusion stemmed from his practice of paying county bills out of his own pocket when the county was short of moni-y.Afler county funds became available he recovered bis money by having Ihe counly warrants for paymenl endorsed over to 'him. A former deputy county clerk, Arthur Amliersoii, verified this, practice'-: in bis testimony. Two other charges against the former judge are pending and will likely be beard durin-g this session. One involves the, sale of counl,y equipment and the second is in conneeiioiv with the digging of a slock pond. Garroll, Poteel and Mrs'. Grimmet! were indicted by the Hempstead Grand Jury after an cnisvt- igalion of six weeks of couiHy records. A citizens group 'headed by B. W. Edwards and Monroe Kent with James 11. Pilkinton as its altonie-y had a special audit madb of county records. This audit was made available to the grand jury. This group was also responsible for the filing fo four civil suits against the former judge culling for the return properly which of illegally. of certain county has been disposed Ford Seeks School Appropriations of three cloudbursts swamped the H IL ' law.. cave. May., .said the constitution pi'o- Thc (wo Indiana University jhibils the legislature from acting the bodies out. on any proposal which has. been referred to a popular \olc. The redislricling law puts Jefferson, Arkansas and Lincoln counties inlo Gainings' northeast Arkansas district. These counties led the petition campaign tu ycl liie law referred. Filing of relerral petitions suspended the law. Pending an cai iv vole, which would require lid.001) signatures on .1 new set of petitions, congressional candidates would have lo run al large both in Democratic primary and the general election in 1W2. The re-districting law cuts the number ol Aikaiis^s uislricts from six lo lour. has been appointed as a member of the American Municipal Association's cimmiiltec on Area Re- di-vi'lopnu-nt . . . through this association cities can present their \iews lo Congress . . . Hope is j nlO ncy lost w hen tbe one ol the few small cities in Hu:i iK , t W '. 1S j nva |j,ialcd. I. S. lo be n-prcse-nted on this; F ( ,i- c | said Tuesday he would ask nalional committee. | t | lt , u^i;,,^. Council to recom- " " hnend re-appropriation of S2.5'J2.- Ilie Golden V'e. m< ^ ' O1 ' schools when that agency ins hearin LITTLE ROCK (AIM _ Education Commissioner Arch Ford will try to get a new appropriation of more than $2 million in school IDlil omnibus All iiieinliers ol the Golden Age club will meet Thursday. July 20, at the Voiith Center. Witnesses Going to Okla. Meet Eugene A. Sinister, local presiding minister for Jehovah's witnesses announced today that Nathan II. Knorr, preside-ill for the YVatchlowcT Bible & Tract Society, will be the principal speaker for the Uniled Worshipers District Assembly of Jehovah's witnesses in Oklahoma City, August 8-13. Approximately 20 from Hope and] T'lescoll will attend the assembly, which will be- held al Ihc Oklahoma Slate Fairgrounds Grand- Mam!. More than 10,000 are expected for this assembly. reunion of the is scheduled for. Sunday at the salary ion Hall in Prcscolt Cilv Dr. Cluilc.s Johnson, his wife. :.nd hi.- receptionist, Mary Ma- Ihenia, recently attended an cdu- taiional seminar sponsored by the — 'Arkansas Clureipi ..n-Uc As.s Garland MeeUler> at Lillie Ruck. begins hearings about Aug. I on Ihe question of distributing surplus funds. Tbe- $ I •!.."> million omnibus act contained ¥2 million for le-acher increases plus funds for a Jiew vocational school and stale vocational rehabilitation services. The Council must decide bow to divide up Ihe surplus funds to replace the- omnibus act and meet construction needs which would have beer.- filled by a propescil $(iu million bond issue defeated by voters last month. U 1 is the art of making toe-* Icib iliou-i a iui>!iiw» instead of g) calamity.

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