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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 2

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H O H I f A K H K K A H !» A b Wednesday, July 26, iv*> _a would be 1 foj' nnw tanks', planes and ships. Hope Star Published every weekday afternoi* STAR PUBLISHING CO. MM. C. I. Painter, President »!«». H. Washburn, Secy-Treai. at The Star Building Mat of Hope 1899; Press 1927 Consolidated January 18, 1929 aiJ-14 South Walnut Street _ Mope, Arkansas »!•«. H. Wojhburn, Editor & Publlih* Paul H. Jones, Managing Editor Donnl Parker, Advertising Mqr. C, M. (Pod) Roaer, Jr., Circ'l. Mgr. George W. Hosmcr, Moch. Supt. . Entered as second class matter a the Post Office at Hope, Arkaniai under the Act of March 3, 1897. Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations Subscription Rates (payable in advance) By carrier in Hope and neighborim Per week $ .3\ One month 1.3C Per year 13.6' By mail in Hempstead, Nevada LaFoyette, Howard and Miller Coun ties — On« month * $ .8: Three monthj ., 1.8! Six months «. 3.51 One year 4 6.5* All other mall — Three months 4. 3.91 Sin month! , 7.81 One year * 15.61 Nofl Advertls'ng '^Representatives Arkansas Dailies, Inc.^ 1602 Stericl. Bldg. Memphis 2, Ter»i.; SOS Texas Bank Bldg., Dallas 2, Texas; 360 N Michigan Ave., Chicago 1, III.; 60 E 42nd St., New York 17, N. Y.; 176J Penobscot Bldg., Detrdit 2, Mich Terminal 6ldg., Oklahoma City 2 Dkta. Member of The Associated Pren The Associated Press I. entitled ex dusively to the use for republicatio* of oil the local news prfrited In th newspaper, as well a" i»l AP new dispatches. ' 1 iff Two Arkansams Die in Wreck GRANSO . Mo. (AP) - Two persons from Harriso.n. Ark., were killed Tuesday ni<>ht in a collision between their moitorcycle and a car. They were Billy Joe Smith. 20. and Carolyn Proctor. 17. The accident occurred site miles sputh of Branson on U.S. eft. $3.5 Million, Continued from Page One basis which srelchcs fnr beyond I ho present Berlin crisis." He called on the NATO allies lo ..step mi (heir own military preparation toward Ihe lid-division goal which NATO set several years jigo for the eury rcarly defense, forces in Western Europe. While he did not mention specific figures he said thai nothing less than fulfillment of the agreed lev- jmenl. Kennedy said specifically cl of strength will suffice. He in-pic would delay retirement of B47 is i bombers in order to I Congress for authority to call up | various ready reserve units and individual reservists. With such authority, Kennedy said he plans lo order a number of air transport „ squadron and Air National Guard tactical squadrons to active duty in order to increase U.S. airlift capacity. He said other reserve forces will be called up if needed. 5. Retention and commission of "many ships and planes" which have been retired from active service and more due for relire- dicated that'the United States ready to put greater resources in Kurope's defenses. The President told the nation his six-ponit program will require sacrifice, courage am! perseverance. Kennedy said (he measucs will not immediately require any in- cease in taxes though they mean an officially estimated budget deficit of more thn $f> billion. But he declared bluntly that if tax increases are needed to achieve a balanced budget next Januay, "those increased taxes will be requested." The six steps Kennedy announced in his address from the White House are these: 1. A request to Congress for an additional appropriation of .$3,247.000,000 for the military forces, plus a request of $207 million in new funds for civil defense. 2. A request for an increase of about I2f>.000 men in the Army's total authorized strength, which presently stands at 875,000, to bring the new level up to a million men. 3. A request for an increase of 29,000 in the active-duty strength of the Navy and G3.000 in the active-duty strength of the Air Force. 4. An immediate order, which is within the President's present authority, that draft calls "be bombers in order to strengthen U.S. strategic airpower. G. Procurement of nonnuclear weapons, ammunition and equipment at a level which will lake about $1.8 billion, or a little more. than half of the $3,247,000.000 requested new military money. Kennedy said he had heard the argument that West Berlin, surrounded by Soviet troops and closed to regular supply lines was "militarily untenable." '' "So was Bastogne. So, in fact, was Stalingrad. Any dangerous spot is tenable if brave men will make it so." Kennedy said. The President delivered his speech seated behind his desk in his White House office. His manner was intense and somber throughout. He never smiled. Because of added personal remarks at the end, which he spoke with extra emphasis, he ran near 40 minutes, over his hour scheduled talk. half- River Work Bids to Be Opened .LITTLE ROCK (AP) — Little Rock District Army Engineers will open bids Aug. 23 on an Arkansas River bank stabilization project south of Swan Lake in Jefferson County. The project calls for 1.2 miles of work on the north jdoubled and tripled in the coming [bank of the river. Engineer esti- months." plus a request from mate is- $500,000. • IN FRONT OF OUR STORE • SIDEWALK SALE STARTS THURS. MORN. 7 A. M. 78 PAIR CHILDREN'S CALMVAS SHOES WHITE- &l£D BLUE Pair 50 62 PAIR ONLY - LADIES FLATS & DRESS SHOES ALL COLORS & FAIR SIZES! Congress Has Continued from Page On« parties praised Kennedy's blunt. ! warning to Russia by words and i deeds that America will fight for 'Berlin if necessary. Republicans and . Democrats ..signalled solid support for Ken- jncdy's request for $3,454,000,000 1 in new defense spending. There was no publicly dissenting voice to his program of boosting military strength Ijy 217,000 men. ! There even was Republican backing for a $207-million break- ground fund for building civilian 'defense fallout shelters. In the past. Congress has snubbed such ; requests. ; Senate Republican Leader Everett M. Dirksen of Illinois said i he has concluded "we have reached the stage where we must ido something about this. We can' not permit the Russians lo use this avenue of possible black! mail." | Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey, D| Minn., the assistant majority j leader of the Senate, said he j thought everything Kennedy •asked for will be provided by ] Congress by the end of this week 'or the first of next. He told newsmen he felt this | would be one way Congress would ! demonstrate its support of the 'President. Humphrey also pre- 1 dieted that Congress will adjourn •by Sept. 10. i Many who applauded Kennedy's i firm stand on Berlin • said they hoped the extra defense outlays could be offset by postponing some of Kennedy's domestic programs. There was a general sigh of relief in Congress that Kennedy was not asking for any immediate increase in taxes. Sen. John Steams', D-Miss., head of the Senate Preparedness subcommittee, said members have to face the fact that the President's program may require a boost in taxes. But he said he, for one, wouldn't vote for an increase "until we have made every effort to make savings elsewhere." Dirksen said that his only critical comment about Kennedy's re- ort to the nation was that the resident should have' said he 1 as giving up some of his do- leslic programs. "If freedom and survival are orthwhile, they come before the utter of domestic programs," irksen said. Sen. Homer Capehart, R-Ind., nid that Kennedy could "cut out lot of spending" if he chose, e said he hopes the President ill let up on "this emergency usincss" which he said had been i vogue under Democratic presi- ents. Sen. Karl E. Mundt, R-S. D., aid it is time for Kennedy to put some first things first." "He should call off his demand >r non-essential spending and •actice some fiscal bell-tighlen- ig," Mundt said. Sen. Clifford P. Case, R-N.,1., aid the Democratic administra- on already has given signs it itends to do this. Case said Kenedy had indicated he intends to get going on the facts of rength without rattling the vord." There was no dissenting note to enncdy's declaration that the 'est intends to stand on its ghts in Berlin—and fight for lem if necessary. Weather Continued from Page Oa« LOUISIANA - Scattered fliun- dcrshowers near the eoast, otherwise partly cloudy and warm with widely scattered afternoon thtin: (lei-showers through Thursday. | Low tonight 70-7(i. hi^li Thursday !88-04. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Northeast Arkansas: Clear to partly cloudy and warm with scattered thundershowei's through tonight, becoming isolated Thursday afternoon. High today mid 80s to low 90s, low tonight mid. GOs to low 70s. Other sections: Clear to partly cloudy and warm through Thursday with isolated afternon or evening thunder-showers. High today low to mid 90s central, southeast and southwest, mid 80s to mid 90s northwest; low tonight high GOs to low 70s central, low to mid 70s southeast and southwest, mid OO.s to low 70s northwest. THE WEATHER ELSEWHERE By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High Low Pr. Runoffs in Continued from Page One Lcmoyn Mackey, 671-327. Incumbent James Newton did not seek re-election. Van Buren — Allen Ray Tot linker defeated Kendall Smith l,o:il to G24 for nomination for a second term. Fayettevillc — Guy Brown won renomination for a second term with a 1,043-758 victory over Austin Parish, a former mayor, ^ Searcy—Leslie Carmichael, won nomination for his first full term by defeating Glenn W. Jones f.0f>7 to G25. Carmichael had defeated Jones several months ago in a special election called to fill the unexpired term of Mayor B. IT. Lacey wlio retired. Newport—T. J. Waldon, a busi- FREE GIFTS FOR CHILDREN! LADIES DRESS SHOES ONE TABLE VALUES TO $12.95 ONE TABLE $^00 3 4 Don't Miss Overtures Sidewalk Sale 14 PAIRS MEN S SHOES 3 VALUES TO $10.95 OTHER TABLE SHOES $•100 VALUES TO $8,95 1 FREE GIFTS FOR THE KIDDIES! OVERTURF'S FAMILY SHOE STORE 214 SOUTH MAIN ST. HOPE, ARK. Albany, clear Albuquerque, clear Atlanta, clear Bismarck, clear Boston, deal- Buffalo, cloudy Chicago, clear Cleveland, cloudy Denver, clear DCS Moines. cloudy Detroit, cleat- Fairbanks, cloudy Fort Worth, clear Hwlena, cloudy Honolulu, cloudy Indianapolis, clear Legal Notice 90 G7 .22 93 G6 88 G9 93 65 8(i 70 ."2 81 GO .02 77 G2 80 G2 95 HO 87 G8 78 GO 80 53 94 72 80 5G 8G 7G 84 59 Adenauer Hikss German Budget BONN, Germany iAI')_ Chan, cellor Konrad Adenauer's govern|men), has drafted a tentative lflf>2 I budget, providing a $500 million ! increase in defense spending, gov- iernme.nl sources reported today. 1 The $13 billion budget would in; elude a total of $3 billion for defense. Most of Ihe increase jnessman ana Former police chief, I unseated incumbent Bill Duncan 1920 to 73(5. Morrilton—Dr. Thomas II. Hickey defeated Virgil I). Poteet, a truckline operator. J.lii to 739. Incumbent C. E. Bridewell did not seek re-election. McGthce — Incumbent Joe C. ICrowder defeated Hoy Buddenberg 99;', to H97. 7G 49 82 74 81 G7 88 67 90 70 87 80 74 57 Jtineau, clear Kansas City, cloudy Los Angeles, clear Louisville, clear Memphis, cloudy Miami, clear Milwaukee, clear Mpls, St. Paul, cloudy 87 G7 New Orleans, clear 92 72 New York, cloudy 81 67 Oklahoma City, clear 92 71 Omaha, cloudy 89 72 PhDadelphia, cloudy 90 71 Phoenix, cloudy 100 83 Pittsburgh, cloudy 85 GO Portland, Me., cloudy 78 G7 Portland, Ore., clear 84 GO Rapid City, clear 99 Gl Richmond, clear 97 G9 St. Louis, clear 8G G8 Salt Lake City, cloudy 95 71 San Diego, cloudy 77 G7 San Francisco, cludy GO 52 Seattle, clear 81 GO Tampa, cloudy 93 73 Washington, clear 93 M (M—Missing) .44 .02 .13 .05 .08 .42 Beautiful Dyed-To-Match SKIRTS and SWEATERS By Koret of Calif, and Jo Collins — Put Yours On LayAway Today — THE FASHION SHOPPE 103 W. 2nd in Hope BOYS WANTED TO DELIVER ARKANSAS GAZETTE SEE: BILL HOLT JACKS NEWS STAND Wake up rarin to go without nagging backache Now! You can get the fast relief ylu need from nagging backache, hcadai-.c and muscularaches and pains lhatol'ten cause restless nights and miserable tired-out feelings. When these discomforts come on with over-exertion or stress and strain —you want relief — want it fast! Another disturbance may be mild bladder irritation following wrong food and drink — often selling up a restless uncomfortable feeling. Doan's Pills work last in 3 separate ways: 1. by speedy pain-relievin;: action to case torment ol nagging backache, headaches, muscular aches and pnuj<;. 2. by soothing effect on bladder irrl*;- tion. 3. by mild diuretic action tcnc'Ag to increase output ot the 15 miles ot kidney tubes. Enjoy a good night's sleep and Iho same happy relief millions have for over 60 years. Large, economy size saves money. Get Doan's Pills today! Doan's N THE CHANCERY COURT OF HEMPSTEAD, COUNTY, ARKANSAS /IRS. J. 0. STONE, ET AL .... PLAINTIFFS, VS. NO. 8430 'HE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF 'HE SOUTHEAST QUARTER SWV4 SE'/4) OP SECTION 'WENTY-NINE (29) TOWNSHIP INE (9) SOUTH, RANGE 'WENTY-FOUR (24) WEST, CONTAINING 40 ACRES, ACCORDING TO THE GOVERNMENT SURVEY THEREOF, ... DEFENDANT. NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN hat there has been filed in my of- ice, as Clerk of the Hempstead Chancery Court, a Petition by Mrs. J. 0. Stone, and the other alleged heirs of J. E. York, deceased, praying for the confirmation of itle to the following described ands, to-wit: The Southwest Quarter of the Southeast Quarter (SWV4 8Ey 4 ) of Section Twenty-nine (29), Township Nine (9) South, Range Twenty-four (24) West, containing 40 acres, according to the United States Government Survey thereof. and praying for the quieting o!J the title to the same in Mrs. J. i O. Stone, and the other alleged) heirs of J. E. York, deceased. I All persons claiming said lands, or any interest therein, are warned to appear in the Hempstead Chancery Court on or before six (6) weeks from the first publication of this Notice, and in any event on or before August 10, 1961, and show cause, if any exists, why title should not be confirmed in the heirs of J. E. York. WITNESS my hand as the Clerk of the Hempstead Chancery Court, and the seal thereof, on this ao day of June, 1961. (SEAL) Jamie Russell Clerk Katharine B. Lauterbach D. C. June 21, 28, July 5, 12, 19, 26, 1961 PRICES SLASHED FOR OUR BIG SIDiWAEC SALE! ® SHOP THE TABLES !N FRONT OF OUR STORE Polythylene ICE CUBE TRAYS • Buy Now & Save! 2 for 88c FREEZER Containers • Pine Size • Usual Price 10 for $1.99 10for88c Polystyrene PLASTIC ICE BUCKET • 100% Self Insulated • Regular 1.00 Value Polythylene LAUNDRY BASKET • Full Bushel Capacity • Regular 1.49 Value 88c 153^ FT. SUPER DELUXE FROST FREE REFRIGERATOR 15 FT. DELUXE * 100 l_b. True Freezer • Zero Cold • Self-Defrosting Food Compartment e Porcelain Crispers • With A-r Operating Trade-In. ONLY 9x12 BRAIDED RUGS • Good Color Selection • Reg.'37.95 Value 19.88 MULTI-PURPOSE 10 INCH AIR CIRCULATOR FAN • Use as a Fan or Circulator • Guaranteed for One Full Year 199 • Regular 14.95 Value ith Operating 8 Yr. Old Refrigerator in Trade HEDGE SHEARS • 8" Notched Blades for Cutting Larger Branches. • Regular 3.00 Value 2.19 20 GALLON GALVANIZED GARBAGE CAN • Corrugated Body 13 INCH AIR • Raised Bottom • Regular 3.49 Value! • This Sale Only — CIRCULATOR FA • Regular 19.95 Value Price Slashed for This Sale! ONE GALLON PICNIC JUG • Triple Insulated • Compare at 4.98 2.99 PLASTIC PICNIC SET • Service for 4 • 22 Pieces 77c PITCHER Decanter • i Gallon Plus Bailable and Unbreakable. • Regular 98c Value • Save 59c Now! 29c 26 Qt. PLASTIC COOLER • Light • Large • And it Floats • Odor Free — Rust Proof • Regular 4.95 Value 3.99 WE ARE TOO BUSY TO MOVE ALL OUR MERCHANDISE TO THE STREET— IF YOU DON'T SEE WHAT YOU WANTON THE TABLES — COME INSIDE! LEHMiJmN S 213-215 S. MAIN ST, HOPE, ARKANSAS

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