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Hope Star (Newspaper) - May 19, 1966, Hope, Arkansas 99m fm Navy Traded With Chinese Unwittingly By WALTER MEARS WASHINGTON AP The Pentagon says it is investigating Ernest Gruenings charge that the Navy has unwittingly dofle business in Hong Kong with companies controlled by Communist The Alaska Democrat called for tighter control procedures to make sure the armed forces do not Violate the Trading With the Enemy are looking into this mat Secretary of Defense Paul Ignatius told Gruening during a Senate hearing on sup MOM HEARING AID WEARERS Better service for your hearing aid means better hearing for Be sure to visit our next Beltone Service TARPLEY MOTEL 20 1 to 4 By Tom Purvis BELTONE Hearing Service 516 Wood ply policies Gruenings assertion grew out of an investigation his staff con ducted in Hong Joseph staff direc tor of the Senate subcommittee on Foreign Aid went there in March to make sure that discarded military equipment was not finding its way into Red Chinese Gruening said Lippman learned that the which operates a procurement office in Hong had been making substantial purchases of electronic or other equipment from two firms which were owned or controlled or other wise affiliated with Communist The senator made that state ment April 21 in a letter to Sec retary of Defense Robert Mc At that time Gruening wrote that the Navy was una ware of Red Chinese involve ment because the two firms were The Hong Kong firm which held the Navy contract had been cleared by the the senator Gruening also told McNamara he fears the situation disclosed may be more deputy assistant secretary of answered Gruenings initial saying the Pentagon has under careful consideration the call for tighter Lippman said Wednesday the Red Chinese firms may be the middlemen in transactions in volving the armed which total to million through Hong Kong in his said the Pentagon is conferring with the State Depart ment and the Treasury to determine how the problem can best be In ancient Greek orchestra meant the space be tween the audience and the which was used by the Obituaries Weather Doyle Doyle Rogers of Tex formerly of died Wed nesday in He is surviv ed by his wife and two daugh Debbie and Janie of t h e home his mother and and Arthur Rogers of Hope three Mable Texas Geneva Hope Verl Funeral will be Friday after noon at in Bruce Price Bruce a retired rural mail died last He had lived in the Em met area most of his was a member of the Baptist Church a Worthey Patron of the East ern Star of Hope and a He is survived by his Irene Price one daugh Winifred Ward of Em met four Fred Stanley of Arthur Morgan of George Walton and Miss Winnie both of Dallas and t w o Services will be at Friday at First Baptist Church of Em met by the Neal Edmon son and the Ronald Burial will be in Snell Cemetery with Masonic services at t h e Money for Nursery Unit Addition WASHINGTON AP A grant to help the Ar kasas Childrens Colony at Conway finance construction of a 40bed addition to a nursery unit was announced Tuesday by John L The addition will cost McClellan CORBETT MASK for LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR The primary duty of the Lieutenant Governor of Arkansas Is to preside over the State Corbett Mask has gained experience in state government and the operation of the State Senate by serving as Senate Chaplain for the past 8 QUALIFIED THROUGH EXPERIENCE for by Experiment Station report for 24 hours ending at 7 High Low pre cipitation ARKANSAS Partly cloudy north to mostly cloudy south through Friday with Widely scattered showers and thunder showers in south portion through Friday and chance of afternoon and nighttime thun dershowers in north portion Little change in Low tonight 48 north to 62 High Friday 76 to The Weather Elsewhere By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High clear 86 57 fog 73 60 rain 62 43 clear 72 45 cloudy 60 50 fog 74 51 clear 70 52 clear 74 50 clear 53 clear 64 37 Des clear 68 46 cloudy 49 38 Fort rain 79 65 clear 64 31 clear 81 67 clear 77 49 cloudy 89 72 rain 46 38 Kansas rain 76 52 T Los cloudy 78 57 clear 78 51 cloudy 78 62 clear 80 78 cloudy 71 47 cloudy 68 45 New rain 84 72 New cloudy 66 56 cloudy 81 55 clear 70 41 rain 74 50 clear 100 62 claer 76 53 clear 79 46 Rapid clear 58 31 rain 78 67 clear 74 50 Salt clear 72 39 San cloudy 69 61 San clear 65 54 cloudy 49 cloudy 86 73 cloudy 82 67 rain 54 40 MMissrng TTrace The nene goose is Hawaiis state SW Poultry Festival at Nashville NASHVILLE This city will b host to some spectators Saturday May 21st when South west Arkansas pays tribute to the growing poultry i n d u s try with the district Poultry Festi The highlight of the daylong aclivities will be the Princess Pageant under t h e lights o f Scrapper Stadium beginning at 8 Then 20 pretty girls will be competing for the fina list positions in the Poultry Princess w i t h a final prixe of a free trip to Hong Kong and the Orient to repre sent the Arkansas poultry in Saturday morning will belong to the housewives and young Twenty two housewives will prepare their favorite chick en recipes in the Chicken Cook ing The district festival will qualify 5 contestants for the state That prize too is a twoweeks free trip to the Farm youths will barbecue chickens A parade at will include the princess candidates along with floats and exhibits of the poultry with the barbecue chicken dinner to be served from until time for the Princess The 20 princess candidates in elude Marylen Sue Scott of Tex Pam Peek of Center Susan Sevier of Little Linda Lee Kesterson of Sandra Lynn Slater o f Tina Akins of D e Vicki Sharon Kay Gloria Jean Mar tha Raye Jewell all of Cynthia Thrash of A s h Charlotte Ann Haley of Carolyn Winchester of Mineral Carolyn Ann Haltom and Elizabeth both o f Margrette Tuberville of Marilyn Sue Tip ton of Jo Ann Holcomb of Hot Mary Louise Wentz of North Little Rock and Sissy Bell of Forbade Drinking When the Danes conquered England in the 7th they prohibited the English from drinking alcoholic bev erages except when in the company of Danish Candidates for Congress Tell Program By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The United States must find more foreign markets to give the small farmer greater out lets and permit increased acre age a 4th District congressional candidate said David Pryor of Camden pre dicted that this countrys farm program is on the verge of a complete reevaluation by Con Pryor told members of a Dumas civic club that Congress is about to make the reevalua tion because of the possibility of world food shortage and diminishing surplus commodi ties on Another Democrat seeking the 4th District Richard Arnold of concerned himself Wednesday with the problem of silt pollu tion which had muddied Lake He attended a meeting of the Mississippi River Commission at Greenville and one of the topics was Lake He said a Chicot County delegation urged the commission to make a speedy recommendation on solving the problem to the Army Chief of Engineers in The Arnold gave him very high hopes that some concrete progress will soon be Lake Village area residents have expressed fears that the pollution problem will harm the areas Among those attending the commission hearing were Chi FOOT ODOR HOW TO KILL CAUSED BY A Kill the you kill the You cant smell Your FRIENDS Ordinary anti septics are no Apply T4L POWERFUL GERM KILLER for itchy If not pleased your 48c back at any drug NOW at GIBSON PRUG SKIN ITCH DONT SCRATCH IT Scratching spreads caus ing MORE Apply quickdrying ITCHMENOT Itching quiets down in minutes and anti septic action helps speed Fine for insect foot other surface If not your 48c back at any drug TODAY at Gibsons Kexall Drug cot County Judge William Smith and who represented the Chicot County Drainage In the speech at Pry or said America is about to give the farms back to the I am he any reevaluation of the farm program will lead us in this Of any full scale change at this time would prob ably not be Pryor since it would tend to disrupt the entire agricultural economy of this Watch Parts The 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