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   Hope Star (Newspaper) - March 16, 1962, Hope, Arkansas                                To City Subscribers If you foil get your Star 0lease telephone 73431 by 630 and d special carrier Will deliver your Bowie Knfo For Weather Report See Column at Bdttdffi of This A3RD YEAR 63 130 MARCH 1962 Mtmbttt tM AMMUtatf k kudlf NM Clrel MMUM 1M1 1104 PRICE 5c COPY OUR DAILY BREAD Sliced Thin by The Editor Woshburn Before You Close the Think of This The Star urges you to go to the polls Tuesday and roll up a resounding majority for the bond and tax proposal to help Delight Egg estab lish a big eggprocessing plant Remember to vote for BOTH Bonds and Voting for Bonds and not voting for Tax makes your ballot The bonds are They represent credit with which to start the new eggprocessing But the tax is not It will never be levied unless Delight defaults on its contract to repay the credit over 15 What does this contingent tax liability mean to you personally The average rural assessment in County is said to be Even if a default occurred and the tax were actually levied annual cost to the average citizen would be but 60 Where else on earth can you buy hope for 60 cents But if you have any doubt about the proposal we ask before slamming the door on it this corning to weigh carefully the following facts I Amendment 49 of 1958 permits counties to underwrite of the starting cost of hew in dustry just as a few private citizens underwrote the cost of the new building that brought the Shanhouse jacket factory to Hope a few years The Delight Egg Farms proposal is the first project to be so voted on in this What you do on will set a precedent for all time to DONT CLOSE THE DOOR TO FUTURE GROWTH AND farmer in our office the other day said he vvqs against the Delight Egg proposal but he would favor a plan to underwrite a granary or a canning Fair enough and such projects may sidered in the But only if you vote right this Otherwise you close the door on any use of county credit to expand our way of living1 in Other counties have voted favorable on such projects If Hempstead rejects the Delight proposal on Tuesday then our hands will be tied other counties will use public credit to help industry while we can not an impossible handicap in the race to build up local employment 1 and halt a declining VOTE RIGHT VOTE FOR BONDS AND TAX ON TUESDAY DONT CLOSE A DOOR YOU MAY NEVER AGAIN Weather Changes Are Only Minor By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The nations weather pattern showed only minor changes today a continuation of unseason able cold in most areas and a few Coldest weather clung to east Welfare Bill Passed in the House WASHINGTON AP The House has passed a welfare including a lion boost in relief payments which was not sought by President The bill makes a series of ad in No Sign of Big Plane With 107 Aboard By CARL ZIMMERMAN MANILA military planes and ships pressed a hunt between Guam and the Philippines tonight for a chartered airliner which vanished at sea with 107 chiefly American Army on a flightto wartorn South Viet A full 24 hours passed since the fourengine Super owned by the Californiabased ing Tiger radioed its last This was a routine re port to Guam from a position 270 miles west of that base the western as it headed for Clark Air Force north of Search crisscrossed square miles of the Pacific fruit lessly by daylight and were con tinuing through the Weather was excellent and the sea Super Constellation carried a crew 11 93 Army personnel and three South Travis Air Force Base in California Four women were among the crew I y Military sources in Saigon as the troops due to bolster the American forces back ing South Viet Nams government in its war against the Viet Cong Fifteen aircraft based at Guam launched the hunt for the Flying Tiger Spread over a 100j mile they flew 750 miles a point about midt way between Guam and the Phil then retraced their course The plane took off from Guam j at Thursday night car rying fuel for about nine hours flying for the eight hour hop to Clark Air Force north of It was last heard from 80 minutes later when the pilot sent a routine radio message to Guam from aboub 270 miles west of that The Clark Field Rescue Coor dinating Center declared the air liner missing this A Navy spokesman said it was be lieved the plane went down closer to Guam than to the bases in the Western Pacific marshaled a task force of surface ships and Air Marine and Coast Guard i Honor Group Selects Seven Russia Tries fo Make Shoulder Blame for Nuclear Tesf Race Same Old Red Star photo SEVEN JUNIORS WERE TAKEN INTO THE NATIONAL Honor Society in ceremonies yesterday at Hope High Left to seated Sharon Kay Vince Foster and Jane Grigg left to right Mary Ann Mary Alice Barbara Reese and AttendAirStcite Bond Gllnic Russia Shoots Space Threatens MOSCOW API Premier Khrushchev announced today the Soviet Union has put a new space vehicle in At the same time he threatened the United States with what he called a global invulnerable to antimis sile The Soviet leader said all Disaster Exists in Red China Formosa AP Averell assistant secretary of state for Far Eastern said today complete and utter agricultural disaster exists in Communist He told newsmen before leaving for Tokyo that both the Soviet Un ion and the Chinese Communists had failed in their agricultural The Soviet he wtos1 to provide enough food for its own who spent1 about 2 hours in described a dis American efforts to interdict thccussion with President Chiang new as he described j Kaishek as most He said he had informed Chiang would be in The lime hag passfed whert thte I Americans can feel defended from the consequences of he Khrushchev gave no details of what the stage of development the socalled new weapon might He made his remarks in the course of an election pre Imiinary to Sundays voting in the Soviet Earlier at the rally he had announced orbiting oC a new Tass news agency said it was an artificial earth satellite launched with a view to continuing the Soviet pro gram outer1 space There was no announcement whether a man1 or other1 living bei ing was Khrushchev made his statement about the global rocket to rein force his views on the current dis armament negotiations at Gene Referring to Western propos that President Kennedy is firmly delermineti to support South Vied Nam against Communist guerril las and Harriman said he was im pressed by the economic progress achieved in Seven ships led by the er escort Brister and 15 aircraft were dispatched from Clark the 7th Fleet Star r THE WZKALLlSTATE tAND GATHERED AT STATE teachers last week and members of the Region 4 attending front I to r Ginger Martha Teft Brenda Hicks and Paddy Davis second I to r Jo Ann Bill Hollis and Jimmy The group compeied with some 250 students for the Region 4 Auxiliary Honors Natl Executive A lunchebn honoring Miss1 Mar A Slander Suit Is Filed This City Revived Bus Service Ohio AP didnt take residents of this city of long to figure out a way to stop a suspension of public buf bought out the com months ago the Zanes ville Rapid Transit anounced als for an effective control it was being its bus service here because of Line Will Doom Plan to Disarm By JOHN HIGHTOWER GENEVA Soviet Un ion accused the United clay of seeking resumptionof a nuclear arms testing race and said American negotiations in nova arc 51oach to this V The charge fronv Ambas sador Scmyon appearl o represent an the Kremlin to make the United States shoulder blame for anynew round of nuclear test It came as Eastern and joupings in the 17nation disaK moment conference began openly o woo the eight countries middle India1 the United Arab Repub Nigeria and The eight middle men as they have been called began their own moves conference to keep the United Stales and the Soviet Union negotiating on the widest possible range of disarmament and nuclear testing As a first Indias Krishna Mcnon called on the con ference switch its emphasis from formal speechmaking to in timate study sessions by Sec retary of Slate Dean Rusk and So viet Foreign Minister Andrei Iromyko of the complex disarma he snid we will neveragree to A control he would be nothing but an clslpio nagc service for the H ipir inR U S F IvCL 1 i arid the Air Force atOkinawa tta Executive Secretary in Hempstead Chancerjil i dm NTniinninl Association nf Junior Tourl bv Gtiace Dimlan of Queen Elected at Teachers CONWAY Adding an 18yearold coed from Tex was crowned Miss Arkan sas State Teachers College by A slander Puit been Orval Faubus before and in parts of the central and northern Temperatures ranged from zero into the But some of the cold air dipped to the with freezing weather in parts of Kentucky and Temperatures were mostly in the 30s and 40s in the Southeast as far south as north ern Readings were in the 2030 in the major part of the below the normal levels Spring starts next In the the 40s prevailed the northern Pacific Coast and ranged into the 4050 degree level in southern sections and the additional It passed the House Thursday oh a 31969 roll call Before send ing it to the the House 231 to a Republican backed move to lop off the extra relief That provision would revise the federalstate formula for pay ments financing relief of disabled and blind The net effect would be an increase of about monthly in the federal It would increase the top possible federalstate payment to a at a total price tag of Republicans also objected to a provision boosting from 50 to 75 per cent the federal matching Room of tlie Diamond Cafe f lie searchers scoured an ocean was1 HeM in the Green Hope against Lacie also area stretching 750 miles north ieast of Guam and 100 miles wide along the transport planes sched uled Cloudless skies and March1 Information Hlccl in tliei case hylacintW and1 daffoj alleges dills wclre gracefully1 that Lade1 Rowe detamatetvi Calm seas were reported in the U shaped table arid mantle precipitation was More snow flurries powdered areas ifrpm the southern Upper Missis sippi Valley throughout most of the Great Lakes Light rajn or showers dampened north ern sections of the Pacific Coast jljpd rain fell in sections of south ern Weather Total 1962 precipitation tnrough grants for state programs at rehabilitation and selfsufficien cy for people on relief But there was no formal move to elim inate that The bill also would Authorize work and training programs for ablebodied reliel set up by participating states without jeopardizing their federal aid Permit payments on children to persons other their if the misuse the relief money search The piloted by Gregory Thomas of Red left Travis base in northern lalifornia Travis is of en the originating point or troops jeing ferried the Pacific by Flying Tiger is often the Guam is a regular refueling Military sources in Saigon said the plane was due in South Viet Nam this It was as sumed in the Vietnamese capital that the military personnel aboard the plane were to join forces bolstering the South Viet Nam governments fight against the Communist Viet Cpiig by Jud La mar1 Cox and Robert La Following the luncheon Miss1 Wisej snowed color slides of the1 and sTariderous1 words in front of witnesses against Dunlap and that theiste words had injurr persons here Thursday Miss Addington received a bou quet ol red rosW from Friancisi Jane Anderson of Pirio Miss1 Arkansas of Miss Addington will compete in the Miss Arkansas Pageant in Hot Springs in The runnersup were Brenda Peacock of Stuttgart and Dianna Arey of Other finalists were Linda Maddox of Rose Bud increased operating costs and a drop in estimated that with a down payment could be made oh the 24 buses operated by the company and initial operating expenses could be met to take over the In 15 days the goal was more than and Thursday offi cials proudly announced a yetto be formed company has in its Donations came from school elderly mer civic groups and from the local bus drivers The money was given on the menl who supported Mendris met jwjth they Indian t delegation head immediately aft er the conference Conference prospects suffereda blow Thursday night when the So vict Union rejected President Kennedys terms for a test Resumption of nuclear Continued on Page Six i WC1 U LJlllUd UL aid he in her good name and M M of Co IOirml itirm QhrV Snft flftH She asks National and Regional1 officers giving a theiri Attorney Atkins filed the suit in befell of activities and ac in Auxiliary Throughout1 the day Miss Wise held conferences with the officersl committeei chainnert of thtel Hope At noon she sipokei generally1 of the standards required of tte chapter1 and gave suggestions1 for thejr Miss1 Wise brougnt information Sweet Potato Producers Sought The Allen Canning of Silbam Students Plan Patricks Day Party On March ff from till 11 a Saint Patricks Day Miss Morris was chosen Miss Congeniality by the other 14 con Bill Protects Pension and Welfare Fund WASHINGTON jhns sent President Kennedy egis understanding that it may never lation to set up tighter protection be officials are for billion in pension and hopeful dividends can be issued to the donors when the official company is The present which has been operating without fare The Senate Thursday a compromised version of the bill oby voice vole soon after the Hovw passed it a charter since plans An effort by House RepubUcftM sell its buses for A date for the transaction has not been sett All Around Town By The Star Staff The Emmet Bowling Asslocia annual City1 Tourrtamemt onw Aprjj MisS Wise brought information a ain a i ne dcacltins March 31 of the National which will be hek m theH Student bc gnd w wilT be prizes and Wophies entry fee is will beheld in Litfle Rock in for1 Hope High School The Auxiliary will be one of dents only Thd a the hosts chapters for this conMighty rated band from t enlwed ft ill furnish thte hjs band Wright i of three students fiom Jamje Rugjfejl of the local conducted a IlendeKon and a t air view High Ho short busimetes Co present They play popu Afc Henderson Staid Teachdrs1 College Sigma Sigma Sigma so rority elected Sharrbn Russell of tire vnviyr iw 10 t J f j includes bowling for each vice president and Nancyj to send the bill back to House conference was on a 217182 roll call This was the second important item on Kennedys legislative gram to be sent lo the White Hpus this The a mjafipoW er retraining received final congressional action Tuesday and was signed into law The pensionwelfare plan biljis designed to prevent wrongdoing in connection with fundsi set up fto the benefit of an estimated 90 jflil lion It puts enforcement teeth a JOSH disclosure law covering th9 for the of treasurer send enaso at Henderson some 100 at period a year Experiment Station report for 24hours ending at 8 Jiigh Low 29 heavy Arkansas Regional Forecast By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Central1 Arkansas1 Mpstlyi tonight and Satur A little warmen1 Sunday clear to partly cloudy and 0 u U o o k Monday to Wednesday afternoon Showers turning colder first of next Highest this afternoon up njir 50s to low Lowest tonight jpw to mid Highest Saturday Ipjy to mid Northwest and northeast Arkan sas Fair and cool through Satur High this afternoon in the is ready to sign be charged since the paity is girW will participate in the second annual volleyball Sporlsl Day on March 24 seven teams have already entered The new bill would Give the secretary of authority to require full and ac curate detail regarding the opera tion of the Give the secretary power tp last year the Hope team won1 investigate violations of the of the and national honor militaryi group McKenzie of PrfeScott day care tjj g f children of working and liberalize provision for reliel families to earn some ncome without losing their wefl are Milum to Reelection LITTLE ROCK Roy Milum of Harrison filed with the secretary of state today as a candidate for reelection from the 9th Milum is a Harrison automo bile He has been in the Senate 36 longer than any other The 9lh District includes Bax II who has not been con tacted personally is1 interested in tihjsl program they are invited to attend this Additional acreage1 is Former Resident of Mope Dies in Maxine Kelly died Friday in Vandcrbill I Service This fee was paid the beginning school Wilham Dawd of j j ear and in addition lo the a subscription to school two paid piogrums and to various National Honor RQTC taPpea first place and Emmet tied for porting provision and to enforce those provisions with Require bonding of officials and employes who handle plan funds and Provide criminal penalties fpp Yeisterday was Chicken Day in Hope and all the schools served fried1 chicken the girls at Southwestern Bell si of fice were not to be outdone j accepting or soliciting Society 29 a frfed chickfin bribes or kickbacks in were ncld at HPe High in the telephone office tering the for making false f and seven were the by at Nashville She wf i tno Into1 I is to be laken organization Ann Boat Mary Alice Cas 0 Ifnft Vimn Shar Two Sentenced In Circuit Court daughter of the late of Kay Jane Grigg and Kellly who practiced medicine Ifere invitwl lo Aop by Ior a for many Survivors include here o LRUe la Hempstead Circuit CourUye her Jack Riddle of Nash terday Lyle Brown gave villo two daughters yeaf sentence to Willie Hinds of California Sidney LJpw tonigif 24 to A iMe Newton Sstiundlayi with a bligh ofjSearcy on Page Six I Milum has no oppoisition sg Man Fatally Hurt at Prescott Barbara two songs were sung1 by Cherry Case and Suzie Bootti Handagc is faculty The CrabappJe trefe at Manuel AP on West C is in on charge cf Dobbins of Little Rock two ite1 of Prescott was fatally full bfoom and wcJi worth driving forgeny1 and Bwro and injured Thursday when a log from by to forgeny1 and In another plea of Ernes1 admitted forgery and botlv of Little Funeral services will be held and1 W3S1 threeat 2 Monday at1 Herndon yelar sentence on good Cornelius Chapel Burial will be in Rose Hill a lumber truck being unloaded struck Officials said Jester has removed a chain surrounding the logs when one broke omitted In reported Yard of the Month Winners Ward 1 was and striking I 1702 took the Walnut Street Church of Christ will meet at Oakcrest Funeral Home Chapel Sunday and will con tinue to meet there until their church building is repaired the Church was heavily damaged by fire early this statements in the or for stealing or embezzling plan funds John Wilson will teach the Century Bible Class of First Meth odist Church Hope High Junior and Senior Band under Jon will give a Spring concert at Sunday at the school Admis sion is 50 and 25 1 Even if you convert itinto travelers yoy rartti take it with f   

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