Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on July 20, 1961 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 20, 1961
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Poyt 1 wo Hope Star Published every weekday afternom STAR PUBLISHING CO. MM. C. t. Palmer, President Alex. H. Washburr), Secy-Treat. •t The Ster Building Star of Hope 1899; Press 1927 Consolidated January 18, 192« 'J1J-14 South Welnut Street Hope, Arkansas *l». H. Washburn, Editor & Publish* Paul H. Jones, Managing Editor Donol Porker, Advertising Mqr. C. M. (Pod) Roger, Jr., Clrc'l. Mgr. G«er«« W. Hosmer, Meeh. Supt. Infercd as second elos» matter o the P«»t Office at Hope, Arkansai under the Act of March 3, 1897. Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations Subscription Rates (payable in advance) By carrier in Hope and neighboring P«f week * i'?J On* month ,1'* Ptr year 13.01 By mail in Hempstead, Nevada LaFayCtte, Howard and Miller Coun ties — OM month Thrt* month* - tlm mon1h» On* year All other mall — Threw monthi Sta months ---. On* year 15 -°' Ndt'l Advertls'ncj Representative Vkonsas Doilies, Inc., 1602 Steric> Bldg Memphis 2, Tenn.; 505 Texai Bank Bldg., Dallas 2, Texas; 360 N Michigan Ave., Chicago 1, III.; 60 E^ Terminal fildo.,' Oklahoma City 2 Ok to. Member of The Associated Prcsi The Associated Press L entitled ex :luslvely to the use for republieatio' of oil the local news printed in th newspaper, aj well o* all AP new dispatches. Will Study Justice Building Damage H O i> t A ll M t,' f t , A l< K A N S A S Thursday, July iO, "I V $ .8 1.8! 3.SI 6.51 3.91 7.81 LITTLE ROCK (AP)—The Jus tice Building Commission Wednes day hired Neal J. Campbell of St. Reservists May Get Call by Kennedy By ELON C. FAY i AP Mi'itory Affairs WriW j WASHINGTON <APi — Any i mobilization of National Guard | and reserve ground forces may i be matched by action to increase | correspondingly the tactical air j support and airlift transport for j foot soldiers. | And this could mean that some 'Air Force Reserve and Air National Guard men would be called to active duty. Final details of President Kennedy's over-all plan for augment- in;.;'conventional war capabilities in the face of the Berlin crisis and other world tensions were assembled in a long White House session Wednesday. Earlier, in his news conference , Kennedy declined to indicate how ; much the plan would cost. Spec- i ulation has ranged widely, up to ! as high as $"> billion. | At the White House meeting were the President, members of the National Security Council, and Pentagon Military Advisers i The session intensified specula •lion that, among other things, i Kennedy would declare a slatt iof limited emergency, untie: ! which lie could summon some I National Guard divisions to fed ) eral service and call in reserves cither as individuals or small specialized units. By law. Kennedy can bring up j to a million men into active fed ', eral duty under a state of limit | cd emergency. More than tha I would require congressional ac tural damage to the Justice Build- ITCHY SKIN MOW TO CHECK IT. IN JUST IS MINUTES, Afttr .using ITCH-ME-NOT, gel your 4k back at any drug store if fh* itch NEEDS SCRATCHING. Apply instant-drying ITCH-ME- HOT day or night for eczema, insect bites, ringworm, toe itch, Ottwr surface rashes. NOW at GIBSON'S REXALL DRUG STORC. public attention has fo cused on the possibility that Kei nedy would decide to beef up ing can be expected. Campbell will receive $3,885 for checking foundations of the four- year-old building, which has developed structural cracks in the south wing. The 1961 Legislature appropriated $50.000 for repairs to the building, newest in the state cap'itol complex. VSS3 Develops New Way to Make Bone Study LITTLE' ROCK (AP>-Dr. Howard J. Barnhard. head of the University • of Arkansas Medical School's Radiology Department, took a cue from Hollywood and developed a new method of studying hones. Linking time-lapse photography to radiology, Dr. Barnard, after experimenting for several years, is able to show in seconds healing processes which have taken months to progress. The basis research used animals with broken bones. One case involved a dog with a fractured leg. Dr. Barnhard and his associates made X-rays of the bream at fonr-to-eight hour intervals, with the clog's leg held motionless by pins. The - Rays, referred to as radiographs, were then photographed in sequence and acluall' showed the steps in healing. The process is similar to that employed by Walt Disney in mak- jng studies of plant growth and marine life. Dr. Barnhard readily admits that he conceived the idea from watching time lapse movies. To learn the technique, he visited Disney's studios in Hollywood. While the current experiments have dealt mainly with anmials, Dr. Barnhard believes the technique may yield information on he effect of stapling growth areas of bones, the response |y he bones to irradiation, the reaction of jonits to foreign matter and in the study of bone tumor growth. Arkonsnns in Murder, Suicide BOOSTER CITY, \.a. 'AP>—The! deaths of Air Force Sgl. .lack , Condict, 37, of Pocahonlas, Ark., and his 26 year old wife were ruled homicide and suit i,de Wednesday. Police Chief .James O.ilhey said an investigation indicated Condict killed his wife with two blasts ifrom a 20 - gauge ! shot himself in the chest with the. i weapon, Condict was stationed at Barks dale Air Force Base near here. The shootings apparently oc- , cut-red Monday .night. .Cathoy said. The bodies were found Tuesday night by friends. ; The couple had repeated, man- lal trouble during their seven i years of marriage. Cathey^aicl. I They had been divorced once but later remarried. SAENGER THEATRE WHERE MORE AND MORE GOOD SHOWS ARE COMING_ " TONIGHT: "The Revolt of the Slaves FRI.-SAT. Matinee 1:45 Nite 7:00 |T WAS THE TIME OF A YOUNG AND VIOLENT *&* * We wish to express our appreciation for the many kindnesses shown us during our bereavement due to the death of our Mother and Grandmother, Mrs. G. W. Williams. Ivan Williams & Family Glendon Williams & Family Vera & Dorothy Williams tures in its 78-day life. Tiros TELEPHONE AW A *0r, Win Chief, Hop*, AHe Foubus Wants Money for Parks MOUNT NEBO, Ark. (API — jfiv. Orval E. Faubus served notice on state legislators Wednesday night that he's like to get funds for state parks from n special session. Faubus said that the $14.5 million omnibus bill invalidated by the, State Supreme Court had contained $2.9 million for new parks and improvements to old ones. "I'm one of those who would like to see it (the legislature) salvage some funds for parks," Faubus told a crowd at the Mount Nebrd -Chicken Fry. He said the $2.9 million would have been more than has been spent on parks in the history of the state. Arkansas, he said, didn't have lo build a park system, but inherited one from federal government projects in the state, largely during the 1930s Depression. readiness for conventional war by calling up more ground troops Weather Continued from Page One THE WEATHER ELSEWHERE By THE ASSOCIAEO PRESS High Low Pi- Another Mile Stone Another mile stone was reached in Hope thi? week as we installed the 4,000th telephone. Comparing the records on the number of telephones for different years, you can see'we have had a lot of growth in the past few years. In 1945 we' •had 1,643. in 1953 we had 2.611 and now 4,000. You can also see that your phone is becoming more valuable every day, as you have more people to call. More new homes are being built in Hope and we hope that the city continues to grow and that we will be able to serve many more people in the future. Farm Interphone . . . New Time-Saver For Farmers This month a practical new communications service is being introduced in Arkansas to help fanners get more things done without so much wear and tear on them. The Farm Interphone should prove to be a real time- saver for hardworking farm families. It is designed to do three big jobs on the farm. Albany, cloudy 83 G8 Albuquerque, cloudy 94 GO tlanta. cloudy H6 67 ismarck. cloudy SO 58 oston, cloudy R8 70 uffalo, cloudy 83 fi5 hicago, cloudy 81 leveland, cloudy W Denver, cloudy !l )os Moines, cloudy ft Detroit, clear N 'airbanks. cloudy 7 "oil Worth, clear ii lelena. cloudy !' lonolulu, clear ! ndianapolis. cloudy ! Juneau, cloudy Kansas City, cloudy I MS Angeles, cloudy : Louisville, cloudy : VIemphis, cloudy Vliami, cloudy Milwaukee, cloudy Mpls.-St. Paul, rain New Orleans, clear New York, rain Oklahoma City, cloudy Omaha, cloudy Philadelphia, cloudy Phoenix, clear Pittsburgh, cloudy- Portland. Me., cloudy Portland, Ore., clear Rapid City cloudy Richmond, cloudy St. Louis, rain , Salt Lake City, cloudy first military budget submitted 1 San Diego, cloudy by the Eisenhower administra- San Francisco, clear tion for the new fiscal year pro- Seattle, clear posed again clipping the Tactical Tampa, cloudy Air Force, to a 31-wing total for Washington, cloudy To Take Time FRONTIER... THE TIME FOR MEN TO STAND AND FIGHT! „ _ _ Wore A Gu n JAMES DAVIS-MERRY ANDERS PLUS UNDERWORLD U.S.A. "A CRIMINAL HIMSELF, COULD HE CRUSH GANDLAND-'S GREATEST EMPIRE" SUNDAY MONDAY v: ..* Poultry Market Hits a Low A World Of Beauty r r , And Rollicking Fun v'^ For Everyone! •/ However, Pentagon officials have emphasized that the review nriadi by the/Joint Chiefs of Staff a guidance for Kennedy was fo across the board—air -and nava as well- as ground forces. • Military doctrine calls for fairly constant ratio of tactica air power and ground forces. During the past three years the size of the Tactical A Force has been reduced gradually, now standing at 32 wings. The LITTLE ROCK (AP)—Price of broilers and fryers on the Arkan- sos poultry: market hit an all-time low of 10.5 cents today, the federal-state Market News said. The agency Said that at least 10 per cent :bf today's total sale of 1,085,600 head went for the bottom price, a record set a few days earlier. Top reported .price was 11 cents, LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Atty. [which itself;was a new low earlier Gen. Frank Holt said today his this summer. BR .OB 65 .14 <AP> - aturc can repeal or alter the 1961 sas: Offerings fully . congressional redisicting act. broilers and fryers 2'A-4 pounds, The law lias been referred to a 10.5-11 cents, 'mostly 10.5 cents popular vote in the 1961 general Del-Mar-Va: Trading light and election as the result of a peti- at undtermmed prices. lion campaign staged by Arkan- East Texas: Offerings execs- sus Jefferson and Lincoln county sive; broilers -and trycrs 3-4 S;"*"!' EDSQN StMJll-PHRICIA MEDINA-GUY ROLFE-MICHAEL DAVID CHARtTs WCK-WALTER UNG-NOEL LANGLEY^'ELWOOD ULLMAN NEWS — Strange Comparison interests. The petitioners contend the Legislature cannot interfere with an act that has. been referred.Cleve- land County Rep. Raymond Mays, [pounds, 11 cents. Ex-Lawmaker Succumbs author of the redislricting plan, asked Holt for Ihe legal opinion, Mays a.so asked Hot to de- termmc .another petition cam- CLARENDON, Ark. (AP) ; R. Brown, 70, Clarendon, a state legislator -- "- ".,",.-•• ' . , , i the 1920s and 1930s die.d NVednes- p; ,mn could iorce a specia refer- " h ^ . j a t Bcllvillc endum on the act before the 1962 i J ,r, I primaries. Rep. C. C. Gainings, D-Ark., says he thinks a special legislative session could take up tin; mailer again. Vnless something is done, con- firossional candidates face the unwanted task of running at lai'gej for the state's four House seats. Holt said his office wanted to study the matter thoroughly before ruling. Jefferson, Arkansas and Lincoln counties objected to being placed j in a district with northeast Arkansas counties when the Legis| lalure reduced the number of districts from six to four. Ohio. DIXIE DRIVE- SOUTH ON HIGHWAY 29 PAST THE "Y 1 TONIGHT — "LAND OF THE PHARAOHS" ', FRIDAY - SATURDAY DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM A Classic — Comedy Triumph! Jerry Lewss 'THE BEl-L BOY' It's a Real Big Treat for Everyone in Every Family "THE BOY end the LAUGHING DOG FAMILY FUN - COME OUT - ENJOY OUR SNACK BAR NOTHING Edsy Monthly Payments HOMES YEAR'ROUND HOMES, COTTAGES, LODGES BY the year ending next June 30. This process may be halted now, in light of the new emphasis on conventional force strength. In the reservoir of g r o u n d forces which Kennedy can tap are about 900,000 men. This in eludes approximately 399,000 in the National Guard divisions, 300, 000 in the trained reserve of the Army and 208,000 in the ready reserve of the Marine Corps. i T—Trace > Says State Underpaying Mex Laborers •serve m i.« »«...« ->,.,-,. , WASHINGTON <AP> - Sen Present ground troop strength Eugene J. McCarthy, D - Minn., of the regular Army and Marine has placed in the Congressional - of Record information from the Labor Department showing that the wage rale for Mexican farm .!a borers is below 50 cents an horn in three Arkansas counties. The information was supplied fo McCarthy, a member of the Senate Agriculture Committee, by Labor Secretary Arthur J. Goldberg. The first thing it does is provide regular telephone service between the house, barn, other farm buildings and key outside work areas. Just imagine how many hours and steps this will save a bu.sy farmer and his family in a month. Second, the Farm Interphone is hooked up with special loudspeaker-microphones that make it possible to answer the phone — hands free — without interrupting your work. Finally, the Farm Interphone is installed so that sounds in and near the farm buildings can be heard in the house at night or any other time. It's a kind of "nightwatchman" that tells you of any ususual activities, livestock in need of atten« tion, a pump or other equipment that might act up, or even the start of a fire. A good farmer is a mighty busy man these days, and the Farm Interphone is designed to help him make the most of his time and energy. For that reason, you'll find it will save you money, also. If you'd like to learn more about how the Farm Interphone can help you.' just call the Telephone Business Office in Hope, or ask any telephone serviceman. Corps totals about 1,032,000, which 856,000 is Army. Woodmen of the World "The Family Fraternity" W.O.W. LIFE INSURANCE SOCIETY See: DENVER HORNADAY Sit W. 4th Phone 7-2317 Man Rescued From Somdbar MCGEIIEE, Ark. <AP>— Berry Middleton Jr., of McGehee was •escued by a (owboat today from Mississippi River sandbar where he spent a mosquito plagued night. Civil Defense personnel and sheriff's officers had searched for ' him through the night in the belief that he had drowned wile trying to swim te river. Middleton said he swam across the river but tried when he tried to swim back. He managed to | make the sandbar. Two companions—Gibbs Fergu- ] son of McGehee and John Urery of Arkansas City — reported him | missing. Middle's cries for help went unheeded until after £ > Cash Price $3295 THE COLUMBIAN (3 Bedrooms) DOZENS OF MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM HAROLD HENDRIX PULWOOO DIAL!* •wytrt *f Pin* end MM* Y«r4 M*« L& 143)1 Pr.««n Ytr* N. «i Hwy. IP W-Tttll r , paid at these hourly rates: Crittenden and Phillips counties, 30 cents hourly; Mississippi County, 40 cents. The Kennedy Administration has proposed that a bill to extend the present Mexican labor aft be amended to provide that .Mexicans be paid wages equal lo hfcal ' cl Trial Set for Sheriff Stayed SPRAYERS Row Crop and f otturt Sprayers Nt* U the Time to Buy PORTER Implement 6 Garage . *4 |». Phom 7-2767 Ask tar e NEW MADRID, Mo. (AP) — Circuit Judge Ray Weightman cans be paid wages equa, ,o me ;^ J 8 / 2Q ^ ^ average stale or natioul hmi.lj, , * . nrnilelWc fo) . Danie , W esltey rm wage, wiceve i s--, , f s , . Goldberg said a so hat he , ^ ^ wou sher . vailing farm wage late, toi I ,-,. workers m five Arkansas counts are 50 cents an hour or «n- r. farm wage, whicheve i si- The rates he sa,d_..iu !n C,,. head and Poinsfitt oO ents M .,- , y ' «• , f New Madrid « * d t dcd sissippj county, 40 cents, (.nttdi- den and Phillips counties :-,o .-t-nu. , He further told McCarthy: • V.'c are unable to conclude thai *;.,;;.•* in the very low-wage IWXK -:,n- employing areas are sho.uii- an . est ' p nr , u g cv ii] e u ''" r "Exterior Complete Designed for Modern Living Custom Built on Your Lot You Finish Interior and save up to 50% Start trading your rent receipts for equity in a home of your own. Offered thru STROUT REALTY World's IwMtit Realty Organization H, D. SAMUELS COMPARE! e Materials e Styling e Workmanship e Value PRICES START AT $1445 year ^ al ' ea wa .S e s urve y g havo revealed prevailing wage rates lower than on the comparable (marked improvement. So far tin.; date a your ago." 0* U. i. Hwy. 41, West side o* Tewn. PRospect T-37W FASHION HOMES, Inc. P. 0. Box 379, Hope, Ark. Name Address City State .......................... Phone FREE BROCHURE Cabins, Cottages, and Lodges I have clear title to my lot Have your Representative Call Homes ( ) ( ) VISIT DUHAY MODEL AT SOUTH MAIN & 23rd STREETS, AT THE "Y" HOPE, ARK. ^

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