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   Hope Star (Newspaper) - March 23, 1962, Hope, Arkansas                                To City Subscribers If you fail to get your Star Otease telephone 73431 by and a special carrier Will deliver your For Weather Report See Column at Bottom of This 43RD YEAR 63 I Reds Shoot Up Military Protests Germany AP jThc Army in Europe has strongly protested to the Russians against the actions of East Ger man police in shooting up a military The incident occurred Tuesday when a police squad Stopped a khakicolored automo fbile of Ihe mililary mission Stationed at Soviet headquarters in near gun fire punctured ajtire and several bullets entered the trunk but the major and his the only were not eventually returned to Pots dam HThe the second such i case in a month involving West ern military liaison officers stationed at roused Western speculation as to what may be behind the sudden tough Western liaison missions Potsdam have been free to travel in East Germany for 17 Soviet missions have simi lar rights in West Bruce com mander of the Army in Eu made the American thc Army It was ad dressed to Marshal Ivan Ko Soviet commander in East and delivered to the deputy chief of the Soviet mili tary mission at Clares office The contents1 were not V The Army pinpointed the scene of the as near 12 miles east of Ei senach and west of This is an area near the West German border and about iso miles south west of The Army said tho action of the German peoples po stopping the official car MARCH 1962 srw NO WEAK SISTEItUnbelievable as it young lady above is pushing pounds of steel with her with the help of a new frictionfree air Developed by General the bearing resembles a simple Highpressure forced through chan nels underneath the bearing allows easy movement of heavy while the weight floats on a thin cushion of Using such could move aa Atlas missile Search for Armed Man Spreads SILO AM AP score of officers pressed a manhunt in woods four miles east oC here today for an1 armekfman who stole a car Thursday night after holding up a His partner was caught last night in a Participating in the manhunt were Slate Police from Oklahoma and sheriffs officers from three and Siloam was unaccountable and city An earlier account issued in Arkansas State Police said understood the mail was for armed robbery in Fort Berlin Thursday night said the major protested at being stcte James stoppeti and demanded to sea asaid llc Soviet stolen car Thursday night The police squad leader replied Siloam Springs on state Highway v we are in charge 68 The major and the police leader at and after about an hour the major lolcl his driver i tb drive The police then opened 1 The major and his driver stopped lo fix Ihe lire some miles down the road and finally re ceived help from another liaison car sent from One of them pulled a gun on him and took bis pistol arid patrol and the other escaped inthe stolen Morgan had radioed Siloam County Is Developing Resources County is making progress in developing some of its Much more needs to be done to utilize all of our resour ces1 to the fullest An economic development meet ing1 has been at which time a plan will presented to interested people from various segments ol our said Calvin Cald well County The meeting Will be held on Tuesday Marth 27 at iir the City Kenneth Assistant Dir cctor of Agriculture Extension Service will discuss the need for a county development Economic status of Hempsstead some of its problems and possibilities will be The public is invited to Springs City Police just before lie stopped tho stolen arid a city police car picked him up moments after the other two cars had pulled The officers overtook the man j in the stolen car and arrested himi Then the State Police car was wrecked and the driver escaped into the Future Business Leaders Meet LITTLE ROCK state Future Business Leaders of Amer ica convention opened with regis tration here today with 750 future businessmen and women on A sponsors luncheon and the first general session Tonight the convention highlight of the will be L Man Perishes in Burning Car AP Bon of Little perished Thursday night in the flaming wreckage of his transport truck which collided with a freight train at an intersection State Trooper Wayland Spear said Bussells truck exploded on impact with the Missouri Pacific freight en route to Engineer Bob Keahey of Me Gehec and three unidentified crew members escaped Spear said Bussell was trapped in his burning truck and firemen were unable to reach his body for 45 The train left the tracks and ended upright in a 40 yards from a cafe owned by Ray told officers he heard the collision but thought the noise came from a jet passing over Traffic at the midtown inter section of stale Highways 4 and 81 was held up for a mile on cither side of the Officials said the tracks prob ably would be cleared and opened to traffic sometime Million for Medical Care ROCK Welfare Commissioner Carl Adams said Thursday million in mecli ciefits was paid to sons during the first five months of the federal medical care pro gram which started last Adams estimated another Strikes Called in Argentina By President By ROBERT BERRELLEZ BUENOS AIRES Peron ists pitted their working masses against President Arturo Frondizi today with a 24hour protest Tn this capital at midday there were signs the followers of ousted dictator Juan Pcron had fal But in the hardcore Pe ronist industrial areas outside they showed trains and other forms of transportation buzzed as usual in and around the Resi dents got their morning milk and newspaper deliveries on Store clerks showed up for work and downtown business From usually a pro Pcronist official re ports said the strike there was only But nothing had been heard from restless the vast interior industrial complex with auto Officials had said they expected the walk out to be effective Peronist on the basis of these fragmentary seemed centered in the industrial towns around Buenos Pe von had built his power there be fore his ouster in still were signs of ten sion in official and fears that strike violence1 may1 set off a military would depose But there was no word of any Hector Gomez Fron dizis majority leader in said the eVent of tWe1 day were1 a process of psychological war fare to alter tje tranquility of the million will go to oth during the seven months re maining in thefirstyear of the Adams said the state has It was the presidents 35th By ROBERT BERRELLEZ BUENOS AIRES API Fol milliori tb spend for the program jowers of exied dictator Juan through June Peron launched a nationwide anti Funcls for set up government as mili deiv KerriMills a fourtoone1 matching between the state and the federal The 1961 state legislature ap propriated a maximum of mil lion for matching purposes but the Welfare Adams probably will receive be tween and However the commissioner said seesno danger of running short before the new ap piopriation is made next taiy pressure mounted for Prcsi ifcnisArturo National police went on battle alert as the strike began at mid night amid fears of Pro Peron labor unions summoned nearly 2 million workers to strike for 24 hours in protest against Frondizis by the sweeping Pev onist victories in National As sembly and provincial elections last The full effect of the strike was not expected to be felt until later The program provides hospital j the but officials predicted outpatient dental physicians drugs and home care for eligi ble Only persons over 65 with lim income are Application must made through county welfare offices Adams some persons apparently assume payment is automatic and check into a hos pital without making the required The FBLA will study career Ollc rail was bcnt about 10 feet opportunities in and hear guest speakers talk about business out of Officers saJd no warning signal opportunity in Arkansas andlwas at the around the j The convention lasts through Weather Harding College LITTLE ROCK AP A grant to the Arkansas Foundation degree Woman Freed in Slaying of Husband AP A tearful Juanila found innocent here Thursday of first degree murder in the slaying of her stale trooper Jack The Miller Circuit jury delibe rated for only 55 minutes before returning its The fatal shooting occurred last in the garage of the cou ples Both Ditmars and her 11 yearold testi fied during the trial that Dit PRICE 5e COPY Heir to British throne follows in footsteps of his father who attended same prep Secret Army in Algiers Hit With Ambush ALGIERS AP French rhili tary planes strafed the defiant worker suburb of Bab El Oued today and authorities reported heavy street fighting continues in the Four TO training planes sprayed machine gun bul lets into large apartment build ings from which men with Secret Army armbands fired bullets and tossed grenades on French ground troops below At i 11 offi cials reported at least 10 killed and 30 wounded in the street By ANDREW BOROWIEC ALGIERS Secret Army commandos ambushed one French army patrol today and robbed another of its arms after night long attacks on government strongpoints and police posts throughout the heart of Shooting continued in various parts of Algiers The atmos phere was one of mounting civil with Frenchmen firing on Reliable informants Said six soldiers were killed and 12 wound ed in the ambush on the patrol in the European workers section of Bab El The gunmen from the European Secret Army which is fighting to keep Algeria French also suffered casualties but the number was not learned Earlier a group of Secret Army commandos held up another mili tary patrol and made off with their The European terrorists were Jayceettes Name Festival Committee Carter Russell was named chairman and Leo Roy Anderson her the Hcpc Jayceclte participation deterred by an impressive In the Poultiiy Festival this1 These wtere made at IH0 Jayteeettc1 meeting March 20 in the the organization membeils regMer the Barlcw and will have a cold drink party later in the day for the the Matters o ffoutine business in cluded1 discussion of local projects and the naming of a nominating committee to select officers foil next There were 12 mem bers who answered the rail it would not be The powerful Transport Workers Un ion said it would not take Other unions also refused to join but went on record as opposed lo The three armed service sec retaries huddled with top mili tary commanders at Government House in an early morning meet ing at first described as The 90minute conference broke up willY no announce Word leaked out that irate navy leaders once again pressed their demands thai Frondizi Army and air force who had stood for retaining were reported wavering under the navy officers insistence Dial he be The military tossed Pcron out in 1955 and is violently opposed lo Ills It stopped short of laking over the government ear lier this week when Frondizi agreed lo form a new antiPcroni coalition government with a half halfcivilian cabinet to once again ban Peronisl polit ical Frondizi rushed from a glitter Christian Service Women to Meet CAMDEN AP The Little Rock Womens So ciety of Christian re elected Alvin Stone of Ark adclphia to a twoyear term us president here Also reclcctcd nl tho confer1 SAFE FROM Milestone near is fenced perhaps against the chance that the number 13 might make it an attrac Uon for highway military buildup in the Ar mored vehicles were stationed at many and military units ringed the Bab El Oued which the Secret Army said Thurs day it would clear of French troops and Respite the governments mili tary Secret Army activists spread oil and tacks on the slowing traffic to a crawl in several parts of the In a traffic tunnel near the University of a 10man unit stopped pedestrians and motorists to ex amine their apparently searching for government plain punctuated by plastic bomb raged for 66 hours in the worst night since proclamation of the ceasefire Two civilians were reported killed and least three French gendarmes and nine civilians wounded in the which rattled through a dozen areas of Continued on Page Four cnces 22nd meeting were BlevinS Club to Sponsor Supper McKinnon of El secretary of spiritual life Raymond Harris of secretary of supply and Edcringlon of secretary of youth Rejects Plea to Ship China Grain WASHINGTON trading firms request for permission to ship million of grain to Communist China and North Korea was rejected today by the Secretary of Commerce Luther Hodges announced the denial of export license applications from the International Trading for sales of wheat and barley to the two Communist na tions in A two sentence1 announcement said there was no evidence that the order was based upon a re quest from the governments con Officials indicated this wtw a roundabout way of saying that the proposed grain shipment had been subject to discussions between the Commerce Department and the International Trading Corp and did hbii involve any talks with the gov ernments of Red China and North is a complete embargo on shipments of American goods and produce to the two How the Commerce Department at least considered making an ex ception to the rule in this Officials said could not say why this had been President Kennedy was asked at a recent news conference about reports that a grain deal with Communist which has been suffering from agricultural fail was being He confirmed then that the Seattle firm had applied for a The proposed shipments would have extended over three Communist China had wanted six million tons of grain while North Korea had put in an order for million The High School Beta Club is sponsoring a supper on March The supper wilt be served from 6 to 8 New officers include Miss Beryl j The menu is salad Henry of secretary missionary education Ray Hozcndorf of El secretary of spiritual ind Roy Baglcy of secretary of missionary potato pie or1 cake and The price is 75c per platei Immediately1 following the suppeir the Hope Kiwanis1 Club will pre sent its annual ThQ public is invited to Around Town By The Srar Staff Samuel of Stroul Realty ing banquet for Britains visiting Co announces the following reaml Mls Ij Pri ccnt transact ought the Il of California and Iloll HusscJI home mars was beaten several limesreport from the Prince Philip to his private resccnt transactions idencc for an early morning conMrs Kenneth Vosburg of fcrcnce with the president of thesiana boughl Ihe fauns of lower house of Fcrnanand Frailk near Emi Some two weeks ago when all dcz dc There was nomct by her IK A Frondizi spokesman predicted net and Jamesthe Brownies met at the Baptist tobcrts of bought tho MeChurch in honor of National1 Scout i The defendant told the courtIhe president would have the caaicr this week that she had cabinet formed by of California purchas Lcadci has somebodys fnnf ororl ei A m1 i i i n farm of Jcc McClui and Liiburn National Scout week there was a mixup of sweat ers Wilson Brill contemplated suicide and gone to the She said she testfired a pistol and whenher husband entered the garage with another she fired the fata Fellow state patrolmen and neighbors of Ihe victim appeared for the state where the jury was told Dilmars was a gpod Judge Lyle Brown instructed the jury the state had failed to prove premeditation or delibero tion on the part Of Predicts Vote on Poll Tax About Monday WASHINGTON Mike Mansfield of the Senate Democratic said today he expects the first key vote Mon day or Tuesday in the marathon fight over a proposal to the poll tax as avoting require ment in federal Mansfield made his prediction to reporters as the poll lax de bate entered its eighth John first speaker up for the denounced the and the parliament ary maneuvering by its propo as an affront to the Sen ates The first lest will be on a mo tion now pending to take up a resolution which would declare the former home of Alexander Hamilton In New York City a na tional JVJansficld has announced the move then will be made to substitute for this meas ure the proposed constitutional amendment to outlaw the poll Answering newsmens Mansfield said he now vote on the motion to take up the Hamilton measure is in sight by launching into his called these strategics attempts to abuse and misuse parliamentary procedure to ac complish something obnoxious to sovereign states in the Southern he have no alternative but to op With mock McClel lan asked Vice President Lyndon presiding over the for assurance that Mans fields strategy would turn out to be only a McClellan asked whether John son would protect my rights against parliamentary man euver which might cutshort Me Clcllans The nub of McCIollans question was whether someone mighl cite the rule book to cut him off If he interrupts his speech to let some other senator ask him a and the questioner inadvertently makes a statement not in question McClellan said he considers Arkansas poll tax only a on requirement for good citizen He declared thai no one is vented from voting by such a re The levy is used in his slate as a substitute for voting registra tion and as a source of reve nue for the McCJcUan McClellan said payment of Ar kansas poll tjx is not mandatory but the state says to its citizens If you want to pay 10 help educate our McClellans desk thumping speech was delivered in a virtually empty Secrecy Off Some Piles of Materials WASHINGTON Kennedy has ordered the cover secrecy stripped from some of the Clllci wf making it WASHINGTON AP The Senate scrap over abolishing the poll tax as requirement for voting in federal elections moves into its eighth day But piles of strategic materials the government hus hoarded against future He acted in advance of a Senate lough for the others as it For the third clay in a the was called into session at three hours earlier than investigation which is scheduled illsuy1 hopes of speeding up a to open jtli of Kennedy suggested at a news Unanimous consent was obtained conference 31 that an hivesj Thursday at the request of tigation was He said then Democratic leader Mike MansfiehJ the cloak of secrecy which has of for John surrounded the program may to be recogi been justified originally to conceal nixed tu carry on for Southera but this is no longer j foes of the antipoll tax the and secrecy now is only an invitation to He called the stockpile a nucs I j milII lionabte burden on public j a recesswas1 taken al Kennedy has valued this aftcr Scn strom Although Mansfield had served llotilL Thursday that the Senate kept in session uotjj which has been buildin hadithc nations major antiPcrond and Kandolph Webbs sweater and Nun Arndd up hidirT iZ POjltlCal ElOUDS haw thnc acre milch political groups have thus far rc4Ia acre ranch near Columbus like to find hers so look over soundingly rejected Frondizis Rena Wnilt of Memphis youi sweaters and set if you have The opposition parties strongly opposed to Frondizis County austerity But Frondizi J Jonos of Tex has insisted Ihroughoul Ihe crisisthe P 36th since elected to tho Marina Colcjnan j presidency in he chased neither resign nor austerity which was a home on North MeHac tlie wrong from Samuel in War at This US C about a billion less than its told newsmen flue to deterioration and other kept rij session today and whether he oujuuLr in luvny aim Huuinor ne y and The CounIn Thursdays Kennedv U is of puuhaswl iil has called Us menu dirctM Edward MtUermoil di Powell farm ing for Mawh at rector of the Office of Emergency the issviQ leman of Alabama pur Hope City Hall at alii lo declassify informa a home in Hope trom and i M blamed for fas election cppard s this ruling out the charge of first Pine Bluff Gets inlcrctUd cilizcns arc urged lojtion on attend Kcjuitllv Branian of lexas bought Mib am director of Agricultural faun will discuss the tungsten and Palmes and need for a development Copeland o near sold Ineir place lo and Army Pfc Burns Fatal frojn a heater in her horn   

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