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Blytheville Courier News (Newspaper) - July 19, 1962, Blytheville, Arkansas -LE COURIER NEWS VOL. 71 BLYTHEVILLg, ARKANSAS, THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1962 18 PAGES CENTS READY; FOR SUMMER CAMP Members of National Guard battalion yester- dav loaded this giant eight-inch self-propelled howitzer on a flat-car 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 Phoio) BULLETIN AUSTIN, Tex. (AP) The Texas Department of Public Safety said today its investiga- tion Indicates the death of Henry Marshall near Franklin on June 3, 1961, was murder, not sui- cide. Marshall at the time was investigating Billie Sol Estes' cotton allotments. 18 Candidates Will Speak Here Tonight Eighteen candidates have ac- _ cepted the Blytheville Jaycee's in- the spread of nuclea vitation to speak at the giant political rally and fish fry to be held tonight. Ray Gill, chairman, said ap- provimately 750 pounds of catfish have been ordered. The fish fry will be held at the Jaycee hut and the speaking will be on Ihe Safeway parking lot. County and state candidates will get 10 minutes to speak. Candi- 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 go'over Ihe lime limit, he said. Candidates who will speak (o- night include: Kenneth Coffell. Bubbs Bickets, Gov. Orval Faubus, and repre- sentative 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. Tliorp Thomas and J. Fred Jones, candidates for Su- preme Court posts; County Judge A. A. (Sling) Banks, L. H. Aulry, slate rcpre- senlalive: Bob Holthoiise, 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 Deiva.vne Bowman. Wade's Trailer Couit. and W. 0. Reeves Jr., 1013 liolli- son, collided at W. Chickasawha and 21sl Street intersection yes- terday. City police said both cars were heavily damaged. Reeves was lakcn to (Jhicka- savba Hospital for treatment of he' w certai. ciils about his face. Kennedy has marie no decision 01 TL f i to request a reduction ii Where's The Fire? Grass (ire at liilh and Marlin Street at p.m. damages reported. Soviet Offers Nuclear Deal Venus Spaceship Scheduled To Begin Journey Saturday technicians la- ieclorv V.W. 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 Allas-Agena 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 cloud- shrouded neighboring planet. technicians la- bored Wednesday to ready the rocket and payload as another group launched a 135-foot diame- ter balloon ;to a point 992 miles in. space to test ejection and in- flation techniques for an improved Echo communications satellite. The balloon, folded in the nose of the Thor booster on launching, separated and inflated successful- ly at an altitude of 230 miles and soared upward to its planned '.ra- jeclory peak before falling back (o burn up in the Earth's almos- phere, as planned, 23 minutes aft- er launching. Project officials watched the in- flation, flight and burnup of the giant sphere on closed circuit tel- evision -clayed 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 17-nation disarmament con- ference Moscow is ready to join Ihe 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. Missco 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 plan- ned by his supporters. The speak- ing begins at Bob Holthouse, candidate t o r county sheriff, and 0. D. Brewer, seeking election as state repre- sentative, will hold a series of rallies (his Saturday. Their schedule includes Luxora. Osceola, Wilson and Keiser. part of the transatlantic televi- use on their territories, he.said. Western diplomatic sources in- terpreted the Soviet proposal as By DORIAN FALK GENEVA The Union indicated today it would withhold nuclear weapons from Red China if the West dealt tike- referring to China, wise with West Germany and other Atlantic Allies. Soviet Deputy Foreign Minister Zorin bitterly attacked German "militaristic and revan-- chist circles" during his stale- ASC to Elect Community Commifteeman Nominations have been made for community committeemen, the Agricultural Stabilization and Con- servation Service here announced today. Ballots will be mailed to eligi- ble voters on July 23. Ballots must be postmarked or returned to the ASC offices in Ely- theville or Osceola not later than Aug. 2. Each community will elect live committeemen. Here are the nominees' J. Bell, B. G. Ben- net, D. W. Bennett, G. C. Bennett, Jr., E. E. Cisscll; Joe H. Kelts, Alex Goble Jr., H. j E. Musicfc, 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 delense ot the West Germans. He said Zorin's atlack "against a nation which is doing its best to fake i'.s place in a peaceful European community 01 nations is a piece of blatant war propaganda." Zorin said that preparations are beingjjntensified on the part ol several0 nations, in particular West Germany, to acquire from the Western Allies atomic arms or the scientific information need- ed for their production. "Any further dissemination ot these weapons would make it dif- ficult to carry out disarmament he was quoted as say- ing. Callis, S. iW. Chunn, Elmer Cole, G, A. Hale, Herman Hart; Gary Jumper. E. L. Thorton, flays Sullivan Jr., Chris Tomp- 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. John- 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 H-slory spheres into orbit in the fall as an experimental pas- sive communications satellite to be named Echo II. The balloon, largest but not heaviest rnanmade 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 communica- tions network. In contrast with Wednesday'! brief flight, Mariner I is intended to. make a 4W-tnonth journey across Ihe vastness of space be- fore flying close to Venus in early December. NASA hopes lo send the space- 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 Frollen's parachute failed to open Wednesday and she plummeted feet, plunging into Mystic Lake. H was the 20-year-old girl's first ,h J- F-K- BUT MORE EXPERIENCED The honor of throwing out the first ball in the American Legion area tourna- ment which opened here yesterday went to Mrs. J. A. Luckctt Hn aVid fa" here since s child. (Courier: News Hospital in Hyaimis. where alleml-ilalldcd m lake parachut- -me 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 rusher! 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 Froiten 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 Whihly, who was fishing on lake, sped to the girl's rescue. Whitely said Miss FroUen tum- bled down through the sky "end over end." Almost at the same moment, Jack L. LaRoche, 22, of Water- (own. Miss Frollen's instructor, Peru's Military Breaks Protests By THOMAS J. STONE LIMA, Peru -----j------- iciu Ciark, W. S. Cockerharn, Raven tions continued in Lima Wednes- day night but were broken up Suli'an Girdley, quickly by the military junla, ul, ujiij, ujr MIC limitary junta Lloyd McAdams, Roy Poag, Bob whose seizure of power brought Wilmolh Jr., Larry Woodard. sharp rebuffs from hemispheric Bords, Billy BaOford, Jimmy Davis, Charles lion and appeared in complete omatic relations. Brazil Mexico least for the moment overthrowing the constitu- tional government of President Manuel Prado. Sporadic demonstrations, which were sparked by students and broke out in the capi- i _i .-._._._. Another Arkansas Bank Robbed allies. The armed forces clamped in protest against the military latorial rule on Ihe Andean na- takeover ol the government, to lullity June 10 national elec- tions. Telstar Show Set UNITED NATIONS, N.Y.
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