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Blytheville Courier News (Newspaper) - July 19, 1962, Blytheville, Arkansas COURIER NEWS VOL 71 ARKANSAS THURSDAY JULY 19 1962 18 PAGES CENTS READY FOR SUMMER CAMP Members of National Guard battalion dav loaded this giant self-propelled howitzer on a for shipment to Fort Sill Okla The unit leaves Aug 3 for two weeks summer training Capt George Ford battery commander said officers and enlisted men will make the annual trek this year Courier BULLETIN AUSTIN Tex AP The Texas Department of Public Safety said today its tion Indicates the death of Henry Marshall near Franklin on June 3 1961 was murder not cide Marshall at the time was investigating Billie Sol Estes cotton allotments 18 Candidates Will Speak Here Tonight Eighteen candidates have the Blytheville Jaycee's in- the spread of to speak at the giant political rally and fish fry to be held tonight Ray Gill chairman said 750 pounds of catfish have been ordered The fish fry will be held at the Jaycee hut and the speaking will be on Safeway parking lot County and state candidates will get 10 minutes to speak dates for governor will be given about 20 minutes Gill said The fire hose may be manned again tonight by Jaycees to douse speakers who lime limit he said Candidates who will speak o- night Kenneth Coffell Bubbs Bickets Gov Orval Faubus and who will speak for Sid McMath in the gubernatorial race Sen J William Fulbright and his opponent Winston C Chandler Kelly Bryant candidate for Secretary of State Mrs Crip Hall candidate for slate treasurer Jimmie Red Jones candidate for state auditor Frank Holt Thomas and J Fred Jones candidates for Court posts County Judge A A Sling Banks L H Aulry slate Bob candidate for counly sheriff and 0 D Brewer candidate for state representative The fish fry starts at 5 this afternoon Speaking will begin at 8 p.m DAILY RECORD Traffic Accidents Cars driven by Kobert Bowman Wade's Trailer Couit and W 0 Reeves Jr 1013 son collided at W and Street intersection City police said both cars were heavily damaged Reeves was to Hospital for treatment of he w certai about his face Kennedy has marie no decision 01 TL f i to request a reduction ii Where's The Grass ire at and Marlin Street at p.m damages reported Soviet Offers Nuclear Deal Venus Spaceship Scheduled To Begin Journey Saturday technicians HOWARD BENEDICT CAPE CANAVERAL Fla AP successful balloon shot in the record books the nation's space agency now takes dead aim at Venus with an interplanetary spaceship scheduled for launching Saturday An B rocket is set lo blast off before dawn Saturday to start a Mariner 1 spacecraft on 226 million mile journey to probe mysteries of the shrouded neighboring planet technicians bored Wednesday to ready the rocket and payload as another group launched a ter balloon to a point 992 miles in space to test ejection and in- techniques for an improved Echo communications satellite The balloon folded in the nose of the Thor booster on launching separated and inflated ly at an altitude of 230 miles and soared upward to its planned peak before falling back o burn up in the phere as planned 23 minutes er launching Project officials watched the in- flight and burnup of the giant sphere on closed circuit evision from a camera mounted in the Thor nose The National Aeronautics and Space Administration reported complete success of the mission and said it plans to launch one Valerian Zorin told a committee of the disarmament con- ference Moscow is ready to join United States Britain and France in a firm pledge to stop weapons should undertake commitments not to supply atomic arms or military nuclear data to any other country or bloc which aoes not possess them These countries in lurn should pledge not to seek nuclear weapons and forbid their Candidates In S Gov Orval Faubus and two county political candidates will be speakers at rallies lo be held in Osceola Faubus will speak at a rally on the Osceola Courthouse lawn July 27 A free chicken dinner is ned by his supporters The ing begins at Bob Holthouse candidate t o r county sheriff and 0 D Brewer seeking election as state will hold a series of rallies his Saturday Their schedule includes Luxora Osceola Wilson and Keiser part of the transatlantic use on their territories Western diplomatic sources in- the Soviet proposal as By DORIAN FALK GENEVA The Union indicated today it would withhold nuclear weapons from Red China if the West dealt referring to China wise with West Germany and other Atlantic Allies Soviet Deputy Foreign Minister Zorin bitterly attacked German militaristic and chist circles during his ASC to Elect Community Nominations have been made for community committeemen the Agricultural Stabilization and Con- servation Service here announced today Ballots will be mailed to ble voters on July 23 Ballots must be postmarked or returned to the ASC offices in or Osceola not later than Aug 2 Each community will elect live committeemen Here are the nominees J Bell B G net D W Bennett G C Bennett Jr E E Joe H Kelts Alex Goble Jr H j E Charles Ryals James West Terry Leon Brothers Tom ment lo the committee which is discussing side issues while the full conference is in recess until Tuesday U.S Delegate Arthur H Dean came lo the ot the West Germans He said against a nation which is doing its best to fake place in a peaceful European community 01 nations is a piece of blatant war propaganda Zorin said that preparations are on the part ol nations in particular West Germany to acquire from the Western Allies atomic arms or the scientific information ed for their production Any further dissemination ot these weapons would make it to carry out disarmament he was quoted as ing Callis S iW Chunn Elmer Cole G A Hale Herman Hart Gary Jumper E L Thorton flays Sullivan Jr Chris kins Jr Carson Lake C W Bowles Richard Cramer Frank Edrington John Ellis W L Fleming Alex Goble Sr R H Jones H A Nicholson F S Reese J H Whilaker H G Bounds Willie Glover Claud Jewell J C son George Linton W H Mahan John Ramer John Wallace M M Williams W D Womble Etowah Virgil Ashley Knox Creecy Lester Gill See ELECTION Page 3 of the spheres into orbit in the fall as an experimental sive communications satellite to be named Echo II The balloon largest but not heaviest vehicle ever launched into space is 35 feet taller and much more rigid than the Echo t balloon placed in orbit help determine whether this passive type satellite repeater type like two years agt Echo II will Telstar Is the most feasible for an operational space tions network In contrast with brief flight Mariner I is intended to make a journey across vastness of space be- fore flying close to Venus in early December NASA hopes lo send the ship within miles of Venus to unravel some of the secrets hidden beneath its thick cloud mantle Parachute Fails Girl Falls Feet Hits In Lake MARSTON MILLS Mass AP Ann parachute failed to open Wednesday and she plummeted feet plunging into Mystic Lake H was the girl's first h BUT MORE EXPERIENCED The honor of throwing out the first ball in the American Legion area ment which opened here yesterday went to Mrs J A Hn aVid fa here since s child News Hospital in where m lake from the private plane had seen she was in trouble on the way down and leaped alter jump and she gasped I'll never jump again She was lo Cape Cod ants were amazed to discover she apparently escaped serious injury Preliminary examination showed only facial culs Scott Council 14 was on the lake shore when Miss landed in some 20 feet of water He said she hit tlie water feet first with a terrific splash Young Connell got his family speedboat and with aid of Fred who was fishing on lake sped to the girl's rescue Whitely said Miss bled down through the sky end over end Almost at the same moment Jack L LaRoche 22 of own Miss instructor Peru's Military Breaks Protests By THOMAS J STONE LIMA Peru Ciark W S Cockerharn Raven tions continued in Lima day night but were broken up Girdley quickly by the military ul ujr MIC limitary junta Lloyd McAdams Roy Poag Bob whose seizure of power brought Jr Larry Woodard sharp rebuffs from hemispheric Bords Billy Jimmy Davis Charles lion and appeared in complete relations Brazil Mexico least for the moment overthrowing the tional government of President Manuel Prado Sporadic demonstrations which were sparked by students and broke out in the i Another Arkansas Bank Robbed allies The armed forces clamped in protest against the military rule on Andean takeover ol the government to June 10 national tions Telstar Show Set UNITED NATIONS says a live pickup bills Ihen locked her in the from headquarters will be J By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The branch of the De- Witt Bank and Trust Co became Wednesday the such in a week robbers or thieves A man wearing dark glasses picked the noon ing hour of the bank confronted Mrs Dorothy Smith i with a gun took about and fled Mrs Smith was forced to exchange to be transmitted in the vault for an hour and 35 via the Telstar satellite next Mon day minutes until the GilleK tendent of schools came in to pay phone She said she night and made ott witn the enter and yelled from vault for someone will not say ch they believe the rash of crimes prey The slate police hat description given by Mrs Smith fitted that of one of Bureau of Investigation and other enforcement no n who robbed the Atkins working to solve the rases nf rented in he nearly at last Thursday Two persons nave been charged with robbery in that case but police say it is yet last robbery by coincidence occurred exactly a year to the day from the only bank robbery in the slate during 1961 money has not been July 18 last year tne Taylor to of the First National Bank and the Magnolia was robbed ol about robbed of Burglars The robber was caught and n to the Leslie State Bank lo prison Poll Underway On Tax Cat IV A I AP dent Kennedy's are polling congressional Democrats on their altitude toward a possible im- mediate tax cul lo cushion economy Confirming that such a canvass is under way in the Senate leader Mike Mansfield of Montana said in an interview the results thus tar have been mixed Mansfield said he levies he added the President obviously is interested in knowing in advance what reception he property m advance what re could expect it such were made request late m tne session it would be a difficult thing to said Kennedy is said lo be reluctant to acknowledge any such adverse Irend in the economy as a lax reduction request would signal that he is said o feel that if a request were made and re- reaction could a recession that might otherwise be avoided As politically incredible as H may seem in an election year Congress appears lar Irom eager to vote a lax cut There prevails nearly all levels some hension about how the voters will react to continued high spending and a ballooning deficit Chairman Harry F Byrd D- Va stands athwart the portal of the Senate Finance Committee determined to fight against any reduction which would further unbalance the get While he may he somewhat more Chairman Wilbur Mills of the Houso Ways and Moans Committee re- mains lo be convinced lhal a tax is desirable at this time Mills would be likely lo lay down some conditions which would start lax ure through Congress on an un- certain course For instance Mills and his com- colleagues might insist that a withholding tax on interest and dividends be included in the lo help make up or revenue losses The House voted for this but Senate committee knocked it out ol a ax revision measure now before it In any a lax would have lo be made a tcm one if the administration later is lo gel general over- haul of Ihc revenue code it wants Such an overhaul would need the sweetener of a permanent tion to ge anywhere md Panama said they were study ng the situation Prado 72 denied fo the last the military chiefs charge the elections had been rigged reports said he was being leld aboard a warship at Callao Lima's seaport Troops firing submachine gun bursts into the air and tear gas and police using water cannon and wielding truncheons dis- the demonstrations Three students were reported wounded during the day A bigger threat o the junta came from the giant tion of Labor whose leaders were reported considering a general strike in protest against the tary seizure of power The con- federation controls 75 per cent ot the nation's labor force The United Stales quickly denounced the coup suspended diplomatic relalions with Peru and halted further Alliance for Progress aid which has been pouring into the country at the rate of million a year The U.S action slopped short of i full break in diplomatic lions and U.S Ambassador James Loeb was ordered o re- main in Lima lo report Such consular relalions Ihc Iwo countries as suance of visas and commercial arrangements will U.S aid projects already under lunches road water and sewage work and low-income will continue but no new U.S help can be tiated until Peru gets a ment the United Stales nises four Latin American Venezuela Colombia Cosla Rica and Dominican also refused to recognize the regime suspended her On the way lo the hospital in an ambulance Miss dazed and almost incoherent gasped repeatedly I'll never jump again Later she What did I do Fellow members of the sky ing unit nf which Miss Frotten was a member said she ly forgot to pull the ripcord of her emergency chute when tilt automatic chute failed lo properly Miss whose home is in is a telephone operator in Hyannis PRICE GOES UP ON ILLEGAL TURNS Downtown left lurns in tion of he city's new traffic signs will cost in the future Blytheville Police Chief Charley Short said We've been giving only warning lickets for these lions for about three weeks Short said Beginning tomorrow regular traffic lickels will be issued Bond for such tickets is Weather PrU n and warm through Friday with isolated afternoon and evening thundershowers Friday High and Friday low tonight Outlook for Saturday partly cloudy and warm with afternoon and evening V S Weather Bureau Agricultural Service Ark A high-pressure cell located over the Great Lakes and River Valley was pumping an easterly to northeasterly flow of air into Arkansas this morning The flow in more ant temperature readings No rain was reported at any recording station but radar picked up some isolated light showers in southwestern and areas yesterday afternoon As the high-pressure cell moves eastward winds will become move southerly tomorrow over sas Yesterday's highs ranged from the upper 40s to the mid 90s wilh a M at El Dorado the est and an 85 al Helena the recorded high The of Missouri re- ported pleasant readings in the mid 80s Overnight lows were in Ihc 60s with a SI at Batesville the readin by Arkansas tions No showers are expected in Northeast Arkansas today while isolated are ex- lo form Friday and day with generally less lhar 25 inch but up to an inch in heavier showers There will be a warming trend Friday Saturday In the southeast and southwest areas isolated covering less lhan 15 per cenl of the area are expected and Little change is indicated for Saturday will generally be favorable or field work for the next few days The southwest area needs a good general soaking rain but the forecast indicates only for that area through Wind speed will pick up a little today and especially in Arkansas and may a limiting in spraying op- Moderate lo heavy dews are expected next nights 65 64 Mean Temperature 76 5 Precipitation 24 hours T ra lo 7 none Precipitation I to 31.61 Sunset Sunrise lutt A Azo Overnight low 69 1 to this
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