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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. Hope Bowi* Knift Star For Weather Repor) See Column at Bottom ol This Page 62ND YEAR: VOL 62 — NO. 242 Star of Hope, 1899, Pr«< 192? C«nielMat*d Jan. li, 1*2f HOPE, ARKANSAS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 1961 Member; Th« A»«««l«»«d Pr«» * Audit Hurtiiu •» ClrcntaHanl A». N« Paid Clrc'l J met. *ni<ln« March It, 1M1 — MSI PRICE 5c COPY U. S. Ponders What to Do tbout Airliner MIAMI, Fla. (API — A big American airliner twinkled at Havana today like a contraband feather in Fidel Castro's holiday cap— while its passengers philosophically resumed trips interrupted by a hijacking over Flor Washington, government officials pondered what steps to take for gelling the Eastern Air Lines $3.5-million prop-jet Elcclra back from Cuba. II was impounded Ihcrc in reprisal for seizure of Cuban aircraft in Ihe United States. The FBI at Miami idcnlificc the hijacker as Jose Marin, 35 u... 16-year resident of the Unitec Suites, and prepared charge a&nsl him which included airplane theft, kidnaping of pilot W. E. Buchanan and assault of Buchanan with a deadly weapon —a pislol. Marin was out of reach of U.S. aulhorities. The last seen of him, Cuban soldiers who disarmed him were leading him away from Ihe hijacked airliner al Havana's Jitre Marti Airport. He rcporlccl- ly^old the Cubans he was bringing them an American plane in return for Cuban aircraft seized in the United States to satisfy a tourism advertising bill run up by a Cuban government agency. In New York, the FBI and police set up security measures al airports to foil a purported Cuban plol for grabbing more American airliners. Police were in- fo/mcd by the FBI thai a pro- Cfkro group mel Sunday night al the Casa Cuba Club in New York and planned to sneak hi- jcakcrs aboard airliners at New York and Tampa. The prop-jet's 32 passengers and five crew members were happy lo be hmoc without being delayed by Castro's 2Glh of July cxlravanganza. Some were able 1<J»iquip about the unscheduled trip tAHavana. "l was bound for New Orleans yesterday (when Ihe plane was hijacked)," said Al Lanken, 49, of North Miami Bench, who dis- tribules film for TVs "Peter Gunn" show and others. "Now 1 think I'll make an Atlanta trip," Lanken chuckled. George Nathanson, Miami law- yiir, -said Castro's men "treated iff' very civilly— except for kccp- h%- us in Ihe first place." The hijacking also changed the plans of Luis Rodriguez, high- ranked welterweight boxing contender, who was en route to New Orleans for a fighl Thursday night with Curtis Cokes. Rodriguez' manager, Ernesto Corralcs, said thorough a interpreter thai Ihe fighl is postponed -••< perhaps until a week from DON'T WANT PARKING FEE — MAYOR Richardson Dilworth of Philadelphia, left, smilns at the jeers and catcalls as he arrives at a meeting in Philadelphia to cxolain his proposal for a "pilot area" in the city where residents would be charged $40 annually to park overnight on the streets. His prooosal was not popular and the discussion ended with Dilworth needing a police escort from the meeting. — NEA Telephoto Heavy Damage in Accident Here Last night about. !):!!> an aut •iven by Johnny Graves, 20,1 crashed into the rear of a parked car occupied by Donald Ray Stan- Icy, 20, of Palmos. The accident occurred in the !)00 block of East Third SI. near Bonner St. The front end of Ihe .Graves car, a lUlil Ford, was smashed and a fender of the Stanley aulo, a' 1!)5G Mercury, was crumpled. Officers Shirley and llollis said the parked vehicle was knocked 4i) feel. ON TRIAL — WESTERN MOVIE AND SINGING .STAR Donnell "Spade" Coolcy, left, talks to his attorney, P. Basil Lambros, during a recess in his murder trial in Bakersvillo, Calif, Witnesses Testified that Ella Mae Cfoley, his murdered wife, and'-had thouslvl aboeit gettihg a divorce was before she was beaten to death. — NEA Telephoto Runoffs in a Few State Elections By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS- Runoffs will be necessii'-y al El Dorado and Paragould lo select mayors, but at least 10 oilier cities and towns completed their municipal elections in Tuesday's Democratic primaries. Incumbent Mayor Koy Goiidy got l,15(i vctcs to lead a lour-man race at El Dorado but Monroe j Hunsickcr polled 1,102 to force Ihe | by a skunk before she' left on a Seek Woman Bitten by a Rabid Dog WALNUT RIDGE. Ark. (API- Mrs. Clarence Jackson of Walnut Ilidgc was the object of a. statewide search by Kansas Stale Police Tuesday, but if was all a mis- lake. Kansas officers said they had been asked by Arkansas authorities to help locate Mrs. Jackson because she bad been bitten by a rabid skunk and needed prcvcnla- tive shots. Mrs. Clara Sloan, Mrs. Jackson's daughter, set the story straight. Mrs. Jackson was billon Urges Change in Election System LITTLE HOCK (AP)—It is impossible to prescribe ground rules for all situations which mighl occur during an election, E. A. Icnry, chairman of the Pulaski C o u n I y Eeletiion Commission said Tuesday. He spoke lo representatives of the stale's Democratic and Republican parlies at meeting called by the Committee for a Two-Party System. The committee is interested in preparing a handbook for election officials. Henry said common .sense should determine how lo deal with unusual problems that occur during elections. District Farmer Ficldman Named Helena Set for a Big Celebration -UTTLE ROCK (AP) — Resi- tf]i\its of Helena arc preparing for a'big clay Thursday—the dedication of three structures with a combined value of almost $00 million. Govs. Orval E. Faubus of Arkansas and Ross Barnetl of Mississippi will join in dedicating a $14 million Mississippi River bridge. Faubus will dedicate a $44 million Arkansas Power & Light (*•:. generating plant and Rep. E. Cf< Galhings, D-Ark., will dedicate a $1.1 million posl office and federal building. Also on hand will be Arkansas .Sens. J. W. Fufbright and John McClcllan, Arkansas Reps. Diilc Alford and Catherine Norrcll and ; j nc . llm | H . n t Mississippi Reps. Jamie Whilen l pai . cl]t | y „.,,„ and Frank Smith. Fulbrighl and McClcllan will .«v?ak al the ceremonies clcdical- '*?< the AP&L plant. ^Helena will mark the occasion with a particle and a luncheon. jssuc to a runoff Aug. li. Je Carroll got 4115 votes and Dave Pruitt received Mill lo finis'i fur behind Goudy and Hunsickcr. At Paragould, Incumbent Mayor Charlie Wood will face J. T. Bi'own in a runoff. Wool , seeking bis (ilh term, got 72!) voles iir the primary and Brown received 72!). A third candidate in the- race, J. Doyle Yopp, had (ili'l voles. Waller Uunaway defeated W. Dean Moore. 1I!I2 lo :tn(i. to win nomination as Conway mayor to succeed Edgar B. Parker, who did nol seek re-election. Rival factions of the Faulkner Counly Eclcclion Commission bad set up separate polling places — with one group providing nine boxes an dlbc other in. County Clerk 0. P. Ward de-dined to rec- ogni/e ballots cast in the three additional boxes. But the ballots in Ihe extra boxes would not have changed the results except lo give Uunaway a larger majority. : Apparently only one dispute de- - veloped as a resull of Tuesday's j primaries and that was in the po- jjico judge race al Crossed. ] 1 ' ' 'tandolph Perrill ap- rciiomination over '. Swil/er bv a vole ' trip to Colorado, but laboratory tests after the search request showed the animal was not rabid. Kansas police got into the act because Mrs. Jackson was en route home fro Glen Rock, Wyo., LITTLE ROCK (AP) — Max L. Sullivan of Evening Shade has been named farmer ficldman for District 7 of the stale Agricultural Stabilisation and Conservation Service. Sullivan, manager of Ihe Sharp County ASC office for the past throe years, succeeds Elmci C. Webb of Mountain Home, who resigned. District 7 includes Pu l.iski, Faulkner, Vail Buren, Clc biirne, Inele-.pendcncc, Sharp, I/. Both Sides in Tunisia Add to Strength By RODNEY ANGOVE TUNIS (API—French nnd Tu- lisian forces in battle-scarred li/erlo were strengthening their nililary positions todjiy against lie Ihrciit thiit. fighting would UTak out again. '['lie French comninndor. Vice Adm. Maurice Amiiiiin, called Ihe situation explosive nnd said the French had to police the area. The French showed no sign of withdrawing from the city of Bi- /ertc in accordance with the U.N. Security Council cease-fire resolution calling for a pullhack by both nations. Tunisian President Habib Bour- guiba told a news conference Tuesday "fighting is bound to stiirl again" unless the French withdraw into the Bi/erlo naval base, leaving Ihe Tunisians in control of the channel between the Mediterranean and the base. In Bi/ertc Tunisian troops still held only the native quarter. Arrivals from there said they were creeling protective ramparts for nfantrymen guarding the gates )f the walled quarter. Across Ihe street, in the mod- i cm European section, French paratroopers were throwing up •iiindbagged positions. The heavily armed French also took over more strategic si reel corners and re-established lank - reinforced checkpoints outside the city. The paratroopers, hardened by fighting in Algeria, were at many points, searching vehicles and the few refugees still straggling toward Tunis. Bourguiba was reported under fire within his own government. Certain high Tunisian officials reportedly suggested the president, I by throwing a siege around the base last week after the French rejected his ultimatum lo evacuate it, had precipitated a crisis •om which Tunisia could not rofil. U. N. Secrolary-Goneral Hag lammarskjold continued confer- nccs with Tunisian officials, bill, o far his presence had no visible ffect. on the tense situation. lie ••mie to Tunisia at Bourguiba's n vital ion. The French ignored im. Negotiations lo make the cease- ire permanent were still blocked >y a poinl-of-pride dispute over vhcrc to hold Ihe talks. The 'Vouch insisted on a neutral .site; The Tunisians held out for I lie ocal government headquarters in Bizcrlc. (i Military Buildup to Meet Soviet Threat to Berlin Ordered when the rabies report Martha Jane Jackson, daughter, was crowned high schol rodeo queen Hock Sunday. go tout, another national al Glen ard, Ston, Scarcy, Fulton, lor, and Marion counties. Bax Will Sell by Negotation Weather Experiment Station report for IM-hours ending at 7 u. m. Wednesday. High !!!i. Low 71; Total '•"'.I precipitation through June, £A.!K) inches; during Ihe same pt-riod u year ago, 22.75 inches. ARKANSAS - Fair t< cloudy and warm wil h? t humid-showers, mostly in northeast portion, through tonight, becoming isolated Thursday afternoon. High today mid «o.s to mid 110s, low tonight mid (iOs to mid 70s, high Thursday high UOs to i.iid SiOs. Continued go Page Two opponent W. 1 of 7112 to 77-1. But Swil/cr's brother. Ovid T Swil/er, said the Ashley Counly Democratic Central Coiumilli-c would be asked lo throw out Ihe absenete ballots because: they were filed with County Clerk liohy Hollis al Hamburg instead of al Ihe Cre-.-ttt Cily Hall. Only nine ol Ihe aliMM.-tec vote;-' were cast lor Svvit/.cr while Perl-ill got Hi. Should I hey he invalidated. Swil/er would move into the lead by a vole ol 7I'M lo Ti'.ii Here- are Ihe results ol cither mayoralty race.-- Tuesday: Crossetl —Mayoi \'ascall Carter j by defeating Li xie- Woods |i'.i7 lo ! f.(lI. : Pfne- Bluff - Incumbcnl OITie- Lites won reiiominatiiiii lor a tillu I term by healing Alderman Guy Goodman '2.'210 to Liiri,"). i Husi.cllville--C. A. Hughes won 'nomination lor a IH--I term over ' Coiilinucd on Pujje Two States Conclude Revenue; Meet MEMPHIS (AP)—Tax and revenue officials from 11 southeastern stales closed their convention Tuesday with a vote of thanks to 7. r > firms that wined and dined them. The resolution of appreciation did nol mention a rhubarb concerning the entertainment fund, :set off by a Memphis tobacco company exeiculivc. Henry Loch. Loeb said soliciting of contributions to the convention fund was disgraceful b e e a u s c delegates deal with taxes on property, sales, inhcrilance and income. Floyd Murphy of Nashville, new president of the- Southeastern As- Miciation of Tax Administrator.-', said il was the custom for husi- iu-..-, linns lo sponsor convention hospitality. 'I lu as.-.ocialion covers Arkansas. Louisiana, Mississippi, Ten- iii-.'..-ec. Kentucky, Virginia. Morlh Carolina. South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama and Florida. LITTLE ROCK (AP> - Smal quantities of sand and grave Irom Ihe banks of Bull Shoals Table Rock anel Norfork resci voirs will be sold by uegotiatioi instead of sealed bids, the Lil.Ui Rock Districct Army Egninec office saiet Tuesday. Congress Has Praise for Blunt Warning By JACK BELL WASHINGTON (AIM _ Senate Republican leaders announced after a parly policy meeting today Miry will cooperate to expedite passage of President Kennedy's enlarged defense money bill.' "I think Ihe timetable is lo have it on the President's desk by next Tuesday night," Sen. Evcrell M. Dirksen of Illinois, Senale Republican minority leael- ei', ('old re-porters. "This is an emergency situation." Dirksen said, "and I think there will be no difficulty for the President's requests." Sen. Styles Bridges of New Hampshire, chairman of the GOP Policy Committee, agreed with Dirksen and said Kennedy spoke frankly and forthright ly to the American people and the world as well Tuesday night. lie said Kennedy's talk was "firm" and "I believe and 1 hope if is now clear to our enemies as well as lo our friends Ihe strong .position we have taken." "We have made it. clear we mean lo meet our commitments." Dirksen added. "There is going lo be no fooling." Congressional leaders of • both ConlLnucd on Page Two Reaction to Kennedy's Program Cuban Seizure Irks Arkansan HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (AIM Government reaction lo Cuban seizure of tin American airliner Monday has drawn Ihe wrath of slate Rep- Eugene (Bud) Canada of Hot Springs. 'I wish to protest Ihe timid and hesitant manner in which this ad ministration is handling itself in the hijacking of a scheduled com mercial airliner," Canada wrote President Kennedy Tuesday. The nation is losing world prestige as a result of the incident Canada said. "I have fears ol what will happen to us in Berlin Passengers nnd crew members of the airliner, hijacked al gunpoint and forced to fly lo Havana, were returned to Ihe United Stales Tuesday. Mayor Overruled by Commission MEMPHIS (AIM _ The City Commission overrode Ihe mayor Tuesday in naming a Negro lawyer, A. W. Willis, .Ir. lo the Memphis Transit Authority. Mayor Henry Loch objected to Willis because be has been, prominent in Ihe integration struggle here—usually as a lawyer for the National Association for Ihe Advancement of Colored People. The Hire-man Transit Authority fixes policy for the city-owned 2(i7-bus transit system. The vote was 4-1 with Loch recording an emphatic no. Willis replaces former Mayor Edmund Orgill, who resigned to take another post. The term expires in JUG3. All Around Town If The Star Staff Boys CSubs Plan a Swim Meet FORT SMITH. Ark. iAPi -• Ahuui lilt) swimmers from nine |:!u>> Clubs in Arkansas and Texas will e-ompele here Friday in Ihe Buss Clubs Southwest Regional Swimming. Meet. Swimmers arc from Houston, \Vii-hila Kails and Fort Worth, Tex . and FayctlevilU'. Noilh Lit Ih- Km k, Tcxarkana. Hoi Spi in;r : , ; Magnolia and Fort Smith, Ark. Recent sales of homes reported by Vincent W. Foster of Foster Land & Really Co. include . . . Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie C. Crow, new home in Southland Heights . . . Mr. and Mrs. Arocll Clark, home al corner of West Kiln and Spring Hill road . . . Mr. and Mrs. Ted Price, (ilO West Kith . . Mr. and Mrs. Billy Ray Tabor, 304 E. J.'ilh . . . Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd 0. llend- rix, new borne' in Southland Heights . . . Dr. Charles Johnson, rcside'iicc on E. Third for an office . . . Mr. and Mrs. E. ,1. Burde-lon, l.'iOO S. Hervev . Mr. and Mrs.liar- old Sissoii, 1203 W. Seventh. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Miinn, -l:>2 W. Avenue I) . . Mr. and Mrs. Thcll Joplin. 222 E. 14th . . Mi- Mrs. ,1. W. Robertson. JOli Washington . . . Mr. and Mrs. 10. Harric, Highway No. 4 Dr. Charles Johnson. liOii \\ Won . . . Vcrnonc liocwc, llij 7:, Wcsl. According lo Arkansas Slate 1 Police records for June Hempslaod had six accidents, Howard Iwo, Lafayette five, and Nevada e-ight, v.ilb no fatalities. March .statistics Iremi the Stale; By CARL HARTMAN BERLIN (AIM—President. Kennedy's speech was warmly welcomed loday in threatened West Berlin and throughout Western Europe. West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer, declared in Bonn he was' "happy thai. Ihe United States has resolutely taken over the leadership of the West." West Berlin morning newspapers remade their late editions lo carry long excerpts from the address. A typical headline was the Morgcnposl's "Kennedy prepared to do everything for Berlin's freedom." The speech came loo late for editorial reaction in most European capitals, but the liberal Le Matin of Anhverp, Belgium, commented: "This speech means above all that Ihe United Stales wants lo fully assume its duties as leader of the Western world. Kennedy clearly expressed the American determination to lake the diplomatic initiative back from the U.S.S.IL" First Communist reaction was bitter. The official East German news agency, ADN, asserted that Kennedy deliberately distorted Soviet proposals for relieving the Berlin tension. "He also failed totally to men tion the danger to the peace of Europe posed by West. German militarism," ADN said. 1 In Home, both the official Com munisl organ L'Unita and the Red-leaning II Paese' described the speech as "Ihrcalening bellicose." As usual. Moscow radio and the Soviet news agency Tass were si- May Be First Step Toward Mobilization By FRED S. HOFFMAN WASHINGTON (AP) — President Kennedy's call lo the color; for thousands of Americans may be only Ihe first step toward mo- bili/ation to meet the worldwide. Communist threat. Kennedy indicnled as much il moving lo boost the nation's man power by 217,000, lo mass heaviei conventional firepower, and to ar ray more ships and planes lo for ry U.S.• fighting.men lo any area "In the days and month, ahead," he (old Ihe nation Tues day night, "I shall not hesitate l( ask for additional measures fron the Congress, or exercise any o the executive powers I posses: to meet this threat to the peace "Evrytbing essential to the sc curity of freedom will be done and if that should require mori men, taxes, controls, or other nev powers, I shall not hesitate equest them." Kennedy called for a boosl 217,00 soldiers , sailors, and nit nen by doubling or tripling Ural •alls which recently have bee mining at (1,000 lo 11,000 a monll ind by mustering some reserve ind National Guard units. Counting earlier requests for 25,000 more men this would swell he total of U.S. men-at-arms lo Health Department reveal 21 births and 1!) deaths in Hempstead, cancer claiming six and heart disease seven . . Howard county reported 1!) births and 10 deaths, cancer taking three lives, heart disease four . . Lafayette i lent. county, 32 births and seven deaths,! Vienna's independent Kurier heart disease claiminog five, and I headlined the quotation "An at- Ihere was one homicdie . . Nevada! lack on Berlin is an attack on us counly births numbered li) and, all." and the independent Kronen- there were 7 deaths, cancer claim- /eilung said "President Kennedy and N. John calls lor extreme toughness." London's Conservative Daily Sketch said Kennedy "gave Mr. Khrushchev' a grim warning last night in Ihe toughest speech since lie became President." .In Amsterdam, the Liberal Do Tclegral carried Ihe headline •Tailed States nol too soft to lighl" and Ihe Catholic Volks- krant said "Kennedy strengthening forces, willing lo talk but also . . Talbot Feild.'to fight." Raymond Jones,! The Communist East German finance officer . . Harry Uawlh-j radio singled out Ke-nedy's state- orne, service olticcr, and Eugene' mcnl thai Ihe West is willing to Cox, chaplain. S negotiate over Berlin as a point of ing three. Summer encampment for Arkansas Army National Guardsmen of the Uiilh Infantry Division will include Guards for hope and Prcs- cod. Ne-wly-clccted American Lc»ion officers include: E. F. Formby, commander . . . Cecil Weaver, vice-commander •Jr., adjutant . . The Robe-tie meet al Ihe Saturday, of Hope ' dill'ercnci' between Washington and "Ihe extremists in Bonn." : America's allies in Asia were Uavorably impressed by the ' .-peed). If ho feels the need, Kennedy could draw heavily on 400,0(10 National Guardsmen and 1,701),000 Army ready reservists as well as thousands more Marino, Air Force, and Navy reserves. More than two weeks ago, Soviet Premier Khrushchev declared be was canceling nounccd plans lo slash the Soviet armed forces which now stand about 100 of these fiOO-plus-mile ho was increasing arms outlay. 1 this year by aboul frl billion. To maintain strategic U.S bombing strength, the President announced he was selling aside, at least for now, plans to re the aging six-jet B47s. There! are about 1,00 of these liOO-plus-milc tin-hour bombers in Ihis country'.-long-range striking force. To do all this, Kennedy sough a $3,247.000,000 boost in (hi; year's defense budget. Coiintin< previous requests, this would bring to $ti billion Ihe additions and i be has asked for preparedness since taking office. It would bring (be military budget to $47.5 billion — the biggest by far since World War 11. Of Ihe; latest increase, about $1.1) billion would be used to buy non-nuclear arms and equipment. Under Kennedy's plan, the Army would go up from Ii7.~>.000 to 1 million. Ihe Air Force- from ! 1123,000 to !!!',!!.(UK), and the Navy | from 02,").000 to (),")7,000. '. Kennedy previously asked Congress lo host the' Marines from 175.000 to 190,000. The additional I2:>,I)OU army troops would be used lo fill out present Army divisions, and lo make more- men available for prompt shipment to threatencel areas. The Army now numbers II rcg ular divisions--five- in Germany two in Korea, one in Hawaii and six in the- l.'niled Stales. To bring about a relalivelv quick be-el-up in vital airlill and j sealilt capability. Kennedy looked j to the- Air National Guard and j the mothball fleet of rc-Trve , ships. I $3,5 Million, 217,000 Army Buildup Asked By JOHN M. HIGHTOWER WASHINGTON (AP)—President Kennedy asked Congress today for $;i.r> billion in new defense funds. to re-enforce the nation's military might in preparation for a showdown with Russia over Berlin. Following up a declaration Tucs- ay night that Ihe United States defend Berlin with force if Russians try to drive out the Veslern powers, Kennedy sent a icssagc to Congress today asking ir :i 117,000 man increase in the at ion's regular armed forces, lie already had announced thai e was ordering draft, calls "doll- led and tripled"- so that, as many s '24,000 young men u monlU nay soon be going into uniform, 'he July call was for 11,000 men. To raise the permanent levcj I the nation's conventional war- are forces, Kennedy asked Congress lo iidd $:i,-l5'l,(iOO,000 lo up- iroprialions for the Defense De- larlmenl. This would bring the leital uskccl or the Defense Department mill- ary operations for the present •iscnl year up lo $47,r>07,1111,000. Kennedy said Tuesday night he does not plan lo ask for new axes now but declared he would propose lax increases if necos- wiry later. In a no surrender speech Tucs* day night on the Berlin crisis and the worldwide Communist, threat, (lie President laid out his six-point program of military preparation and told the nation in grim words intended also for Soviet Premier Khrushchev: "We do nol want to fight—but we have fought before." He pledged lo lake the initiative in seeking n peaceful solution through negotiation with Ihe Soviet Union but ruled out any solution which would yield West Berlin lo Communist demands. "We seek peace," he said, "but we shall nol surrender." Kennedy made clear thai the nilitnry reinforcements he wants ire not lo meet the Berlin crisis Mono but have been designed hrough long weeks of pliini|i"8 o give the United Slates a per- naiienl boost in strength "to necl, a worldwide threat, Oil 8 Continued on Page Two ASC Voting Urged by AugustS All farmers in Hcmpslead conn- ly were urged this week to be sure lo cast their ballots in the community elections for ASC commit- Icemen and delegates to the county ASC committee convention. Ballots must be mailed or returned in person lo Ihe ASC office nut later than August li. Eligible voters calling iit the county office may vole there. A separate election is being held in each of the agricultural communities of the counly with five farmers being elected to serve as community ASC commiltccmcn ind alternates and delegate and illcrnate delegate to the counly convention where ASC county committee-men will be selected, ho lop five- in the balloting will be chairman and delegate; vice-chair* man and alternate re-le'gate,; regular member; first alternate and econd alternate. In Ihe voting there are al least 10 nominees lor eummiltienum & dele-gale- in i-ach community in the counly with a total of 12(5 for the _ communities in the county. A minimum ol Ml immir.ce-s were se- Icclcel cither by pel il ion of farmers or by piv.se.-ni community commit Ice-. _ Wbv is it the people who navt the most time-saving devices have the least time?