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   Hope Star (Newspaper) - February 6, 1963, Hope, Arkansas                                To City Subscribers if you fait to get your Star please telephone by and a special carrier wil deliver your Hope Knife Star For Weorher Rtporfi See Column at Bottom of This 64TH YEAR 96 MM FrtM FEBRUARY 1963 NM MM INI PRICE IOC COPY Canadian Leader Own Party May Dump Him Cuba Strength to Be Discussed by McNamara WASHINGTON of Defense Robert McNamara Will publicly discuss the Kennedy administrations estimates of So viet strength in Cuba on a radio television broadcast the White House The broadcast was scheduled for 5 Eastern Standard McNamara will head a group of Pentagon officials who will hold a news conference on the The White House said a number of radio and television networks would carry it but broadcast plans were In recent some Republi can Congress members have chal lenged the administrations esti mates of the Soviet arsenal contending that Soviet strength there is greater than the Pentagon and State Department have The White House indicated that McNamara and his colleagues would give a detailed accounting of intelligence the administration planned to have McNamara con duct a background briefing on Cuba for Pierre White House said the briefing j was being converted into a public conference because MI much interest has been manifest OTTAWA Par liament was dissolved today and a national election was called for April By MAX HARRELSON OTTAWA head ed today for an election campaign based on closetohome economic issues as well as the dian nuclear weapon dispute which toppled Prime Minister John Diefenbakers Conservative Diefenbakers government was he second in nearly 100 years ot Canadian confederation to be jeaten down by a noconfidence vote in the House of Commons The prime minister was to call today on Georges Va the required prelude to dis solving Parliament and setting an election The election probably will bo set for April Although the nuclear weapon dispute brought down the govern chief opposition leader Les ter Pearson said he believes the major issue in the coming campaign will be the need fo economic and social policies to stimulate our national growth to the point where well be able to give employment to all who ar willing and able to leader of the Libera apparently was trying ti tone down the defense He has been attacked for advo eating that Canada live up tc commitments to accept nuclea weapons and then negotiate to ge rid of Diefenbakers Conservatives ar certain to emphasize charges tha the United States interfered i Canadian affairs by calling pub Holy oh the government to accep in the In another move understood to have White House John director of the Cen tral Intelligence agreed today to present a detailed report on the Soviet arms status in Cuba to a Senate watchdog defense sub Informed senators said McCone was expected1 to testify this after noon at a closed session of the Senate Armed Services Prepared ness McCones appealrancel was re portedly arranged by President Continued1 on Page Two Wetither Total precipitation in January was January a year Experiment Station report for 24 hours ending at 8 Wed High72j Low THE WEATHER ELSEWHERE By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High Low 31 18 clear 69 42 58 38 cloudy 56 35 cloudy 62 47 cloudy 40 32 cloudy 38 28 cloudy 44 30 clear 40 36 clear 76 32 Des cloudy 46 37 cloudy 38 29 clear 31 36 Fort clear 74 40 cloudy 60 33 clear 79 71 clear 48 27 snow 20 18 Kansas cloudy 67 44 Los 80 59 clear 46 23 clear 61 29 cloudy 56 cloudy 30 25 clear 43 34 New clear 64 35 New cloudy 40 32 Oklahoma cloudy 74 45 clear 55 40 cloudy 39 29 clear 87 49 clear 45 24 cloudy 31 20 cloudy 54 49 Rapid dear 63 36 cloudy 49 31 clear 58 32 Salt Lake cloudy 62 30 San cloudy 80 57 San cloudy 69 59 cloudy 60 49 rain 50 47 clear 41 26 nuclear They also ar expected to accuse Pearson c aking orders from iharge the Liberal leader hotl lenied when the Conservative raised it in the nuclear weapo Diefenbakers government wa rought down by two eac on noconfidence motion posed by the Social Credit an iberal Two deputie rom the third opposition party he New voted with the Both motions accused the Con servative government of indeci sion and failure to give a clear statement of national defense pol The Social Credit motion also charged the government with fail ure to act on economic legislation approved by SUBDUED Dennis Clinton it lowered from the room of an apartment house in Chey where he held off police during a fourhour gun battle before being The 21 year old power company accountant and sometime musician threatened to kill anyone who entered apartment after he ordered his wife out of the house so he could do his income AP Three persons were killed and three others were injured today in an automobile accident four miles south of Stuttgart on state Highway The dead were said to be two women and one but identifi cation was not made The injured were believed to be a woman and two BASKET BABY This two or weeks old baby boy was abandoned on the steps of Saint Rose of Lima Church in wrapped in blankets and carried in a There was no note or other information with the Bulletins Common Mart Has Barred Poultry WASHINGTON Eu ropcait Common Market has built a wall of discriminatory fees to exclude industry spokesmen told Secretary of Agri culture Orville Freeman and some 50 Congressmen They urged American action to break through the tariff Freeman told the spokesmen the case has been strongly pre sented lo every agriculture and i foreign minister not once but many We have been on this on this more than Weather Is Unusually Dry in State By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A spell of unseasonably dry weather resulted in a series of grass and brush fires in the state I j Firemen in northeast 0f all the people of where nearly a dozen fires were and at El where a Industry representatives from Local Realtor Named to Natl Board Vincent Hope Real has been oppointed to serve on the Professional Standards andi License Law Committee the National Assocaition of Real of lrade is jmp0rtant jn settling Estate The Association djfference on presently has a membership ofu not sure who nas the Realtors in real1 ne Laleri he agreed boards throughout the united States does at least States and 1anks among the a largest busniess and profes Harry who pre several poultry producing state joined Virginia whose activities led to the in protesting the big increase in Eu ropean import fees since last Aug Freeman told the spokesmen and Congressmen at the informal Utility Head Wants to Be the Speaker LITTLE ROCK AP If Stephens of Granl County is offered the post of Speaker of the House in he will take Those were Stephens words Tuesday in a statement he issuec Ho squelch reports that he was re I tiring from candidacy for tto j Stephens said he has the pledged vote of 76 members of the 25 more than are needec to assure election to the post Others have promised their sup he There had been reports tha1 chairman of the boan of Arkansas Louisiana Gas might decline nomination because of business He said I shall accep the speakership and serve to th best of my ability for the interest Germany Has Pledged Aid to NATO Program By JOHN WEYLAND Germany cellor Konrad Adenauer pledged today that West Germany will cooperate in President Kennedys plan for a multinational NATO nuclear Europe knows that it cannot defend itself without the support of the United West Ger manys 87yearold government chief told1 the Bundestag in a statement outlining the policy of his new coalition Adenauer defended strongly the new FrenchWest German treaty of cooperation as a step toward European He vowed to keep working for Britains entry into the European Common etoed last week by Adenauer against a back round of growing domestic and oreign criticism of the Frcnch icrman treaty as a possible dis uptive force in The hancellor is striving to win Bun estag ratification of the treaty jefore his scheduled retirement ext fall after 14 years in Adenauer said that the only lope for Western freedom in the ace of Soviet aggression lies in a strong NATO and in a united He cited Soviet Premier Khrti hchevs speech 20 in East Berlin promising that the whole f Germany would be Communist lie Adenauer told the We regard the Nassau agree ment between President Kenne ly and Prime Minister Harold vlacmillan as a big step forward along the road to creating an ef ective multilateral nuclear deter rent for We wish to share he full responsibility for an ef ective NATO nuclear At the same Cracks Down on Ships Carrying Goods to Castro Acceptance he on whether he is reelected Gran six were said most were County representative next started from people burning Two other House members hav The Weather Bureau saidthe been campaigning for the post rainfall for this time of year islThey are Ray Smith of Ho four inches below Fields Springs and Cecil Nance Ji sional of grass and brush were reported to be like No injuries were reported in the fires and only one building was destroyed a garage at Spring dale valued at But several hundred acres of land was Most of the fires were unrelat firemen Nine of the fires were reported at The fire depart ment of that city also assisted in fighting flames in grass nine miles northeast of the city and south of nearby The fire to the northeast burned over 200 the one near Tontitown about of West WASH IN GTON AP Kennedy today barred shipment of governmentfinanced car goes on any ship which has been to Cuba since The longexpected order is aimed at discouraging free world ships engaging in trado with The new regulation falls consid erably short of more sweeping proposals first planned by the ad ministration last White House sources said the tougher proposals have not been adopted because of diplomat ic success in getting the maritime countries to cut clown on the Cu ban These sources said too that stiffcr regulations may be issued later if needed and meanwhile the number of nonCommunist bloc ships calling at Cuban ports has dropped from 92 last July to 14 in u v ti ijtcu in me tjcii rmp af Rfmrnnvi Foster is immediate past Chairjnte Finance Committee hearing Lpri man of the Arkansas Real Estate told reporters after the sestulsnta lues Chairman of lite Arlsjon jt was an excellent hearing cansas Real Estate Associationsfor getting I sided over the hearing in the Sen Temperotures in Sunny 70s By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Temperatures soared into th sunny 70s and th Weather Bureau said more of the springlike weather can be expected today and The 5day forecast called for average temperatures four to eight degrees above normal with only minor day to day Normal highs range from 46 in the north to 60 in the Nor maintained that without friend ship between France and Germa ny a united Europe cannot come nto He treated the break down in the Brussels negotiations as a temporary Adenauer said the objective of his government will be to see that unity be restored soon among the Common Market mem 3ers and that Great Britains en try be made He said he regretted his over iures to improve relations with the Soviet Union have produced no I shall continue to ho that the Soviet Union may also realize one day that it will ultimately not gain anything by its support of the terror regime in East by its pres sure on and by its tense relationship watlv The federal government stands firmly for a free Berlin which be longs inseparably to the free part of The federal govern ment will do everything to main tain and strengthen the viability of West Prospects Dim for Bill on Education WASHINGTON AP The prospects for President Kennedys omnibus education nevei were fading fast today as feuding disrupted the House Edu cation and Labor Republicans opposing the billion measure hope to force a halt in the which Chairman Adam D launched He then left weeks in Puerto Rico Powell had scheduled 10 days of Hearings running through next Peter Freylinghuyscn the ranking Republican on the said he will de mand the presence of a 15 of the 29 the hearings A quorum has not been present either of the first two Acting Chairman Carl Per said he will let tho full committee decide what to take starting That could mean an abrupt halt lo consideration of the adminis tration program in one big Most members would prefer study by several Literate Tag Goes on Voter Register Bill LITTLE ROC K AP The louse Rules Committee tacked a ileracy requirement today onto a proposed voter registration Hempstead County Talbot cild offered an amendment to that a prospective regis rant be able to read and to nct sections of the Constitution n order to qualify to The committee adopted the amcmdment 1 The would give the desig nated as the county clerk in the authority to challenge a vot es literacy The amendment still must be approved by the House before it becomes a part of the Apparently it would leave the county clerk free to fail to chal lenge literacy if he The committee recommended passage of the bill as The measure would set up a sys tem of voter registration to take effect if the poll taxi is Arkansas now uses its poll tax system as a substitute for voter The committee also recommend ed passage of a bit setting1 up a bill under which voting machines may be voted in and Bruce Bennett ex plained that the measure is strict ly permissive and governing bod es would not be required to buy the machines simply because vot ers have indicated a preference or Bennett said that Amendment SO authorizes voting Bonds Approved resi dents by a vote of 272 for to 22 a bond issue Tuesday to finance water system The bonds carry a 10mill tax The 30 Prescott Declared a Jobless Area LITTLE ROCK state Employment and Security Divi sion said Tuesday Prescott in Ne vada Counly has been recom mended by the Area Redevelop ment Administration as an area of substantial and persistent un The as an approved ARA would become eligible for grants and loans for public facil year issue will begin in Maities and to develop its industrial yor Mitchell Davis Political AcUon Committee ana a member of its Litigation Commit He is1 a member1 of the Board of Directors of the First National Bank in Two other Arkansas Realtors were appointed to national They are Little Build America February start The Rogers department and the mal lows from 26 north to at Bentonville each extin38 soutn ied two fires Highs of U4 to 74 were predicted The Pea department had to seek for today witn lmvs tonisnt ex aid from Rogers in putting out fo ran8e 35 to 45 a fire in the Pea Ridge National Overnight lows were generally Battlefield Park after its truck the 20s and low 30s todav 311 Harrison reported a reading broke Six fires were reported in the of 51 El Dorado area and firemen said No precipitation has been re McCaskill RCI MeefS 8 from three to eight acres were in the state cie RPT will hnld iJburned in each Two Of several das and the Weather lln McUskill RCI wil hold its h Bureau said little or none was MI ar innn h vi mppt Hi uiMue me LH inn leel AS four iexpecled during the next five tcr Committee and James Fort Real Economics and Research Commit ing at Following the potluck Arthur Strech of Ozaii will present a Everyone is urgivd to be New CC Leaders of Lewisville State Taxes It Says Here NEW YORK AP Arkansas officers were installed for the per person below the na Lewisville Chamber of Commerce tional average for stale and local at its fourth annual dinner here taxes in he National Indu Springdale Annex Plan Protested A proposal by the city of Spring dale to annex a 200acre area in adjoining Benton County has1 Alma Mayors Pay in Special Fund All Around Town By The Star Staff specified that use of them must be Also recommended for passage ay the committee was Perry Coun ty Paul Van Dalsems bill to require a person to state his party preference when he buys a poll The bill is designed to keep voters from crossing party lines in The voter registration Jaw1 has a similar Passage of a Feild bill to re quire television stations to guar antee uniform transmission of po litical telecasts was recommend ed by a two to one Only sev en committee members were Continued art Page Two The American Dairy Association will give Childrens Dental Health Week a special plug on the Diary Associationsponsored Ozzie Harriet Show at to 7 7 Midwest Dairy is currently carrying the event on its milk drawn protests from the Bentonbeen set up here by Mayor Roy ville and Rogers Chambers of is financed with the Five teams of the Emmet Asso ciation will go to the state meet Perrys Truck KTPA Radio and East Side Cleaners of Prescott play1 at l Saturday while the Prescott Manufacturing the League Mixers play at 4 on Saturday Hope players o nthe teams include Opal Caroline Mar Kind Archerj Joyce Bar mayors The Springdale city limits now a lumber company extend to the Benton County lint said he is putting his 75 Tuesday The officers intrial Conference Board said and the city wants the land salary into the special eluded president Null Vice industrial which is earmarked for use President Glenn Parks treasurer bnird said such taxes rose Benton County Judge Sherman by Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts for Landes and almost a rise of Kinyon said Tuesday the proposal a summer recreation ager Frank about lUl per eon in elshl is meeting strong j A committee has been set up to Columbia County Jiulyc MnrThe naliniial was about Clifton Wade of Fayelteadminister ilu Arkansas Regional By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS itin Tackett presided at per Ccnlral Arkansas Clear to purries attended by about Hf Arkansas was jville has introduced a bill allow Iromer said the citys recrea ly cloudy tonight packed the anisl a city to annex1 territory in lion program was and the oil TWO in California was a another but Sprinsdale is Scout groups at not Jiientiojieil iu ack ol were for bara Margie Mur eil Pauline Rita Byers Sibil Tlve Golden Age Club meets at Thursday at the Youth am Center this is a regular Montgomery Dies Today in California James Bgde diedi today1 in He had beeii reporter1 oni the San Diet neiwsipapetr for many Montgomery started his newspaper career1 here work ing as a reported on the old Star of Hope during Ms high school Later he workeid for1 news paper at Fortl Smith and the Arv kansas Gazette at Little After service in World War 11 he settled in was a graduate Hendrix College He is survived his parents the and Montgo seems one doghad just had both of FunreaJ ar and now the owner is trying to rangemelnte are incomplete but save them by hand feeding not very pleasant to watch a dog die from According to figures compiled by Sergeant Claude Byird local National Guardsmen received 92 for training last year in the here Some five have been killed by poisoning on West 5th Street around the 500 block this oc curred in only two clays will be held in Nevada Con Get Jobless Aid WASHINGTON The La bor Department announced Tues day Nevada County is eligible for e five year period the under the Public Works is at the piviAcceieration Act Tne sin Acceieration Act Tne designation sent time are 55 men m the local was made on the basisof an unit and there are openings for abor market report showing sub 19 stantial Lolly daughter of May ton Praihcr of has been elected president ot the student body at the Arkansas Baptist School of Nursing Lolly is a Firemen answered three calls two grass fires on Oaki and Soiith Main Streets resulting Patmos PTA will sponsor a clvili in no damage an supper Tuesday night 12 at oclock in the school cafeter othiT lire the end of South is inviltv to at1 ins firemen very Nobody ever got on in this Main ckvroxxi a World by telling others where t3 Uui loss flet   

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