Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 25, 1958 · Page 1
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 25, 1958
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To City Subscriber*! If you fail te §«f 6 p.m. aeid a speefal will deliver y6uf eup Star by Knife Fdr WaatMr Rtpertt Sea Cdfumn'a! BsHoffi af This Pae§ ,/fl 59TH VEAk: VOL. S9 — NO, , , . d JaC II, m* HOPE, ARKANSAS, THURSDAY, SIPTIMBIR 25,19S8 M«mt>»fi thi AiUiftUii fun I Aurfil Idrtid «f ClftoiillMt >». N*f Paid Ctrel. J W«l. indlfll Mitek 31, 1»Jt - J 1» 1 COPY Annual Stock Show Parade Brings Huge Crowd . All Photos and Engravings by Hope Star , •' CROWDS line the 1 streets as-the parade goes by, 'In the lop photo, the flagbearers lead things off, followed by the three bangls pictured, •' ' . ' ' 2nd from top!'Southern State College Band, ' ' 3rd from top: fvlashville High School Band. ; <Uh from <op; Stephens High'School Band. , , DIVISIONAL float winnurs are as follows: Civic — Kiwanis Club of Hope, tpp float picture; ' , , " ' Schpol Division! Willigvflie of Nevada County, Negro Division; Yerger High School of'Hope, (Note: Pictures of other floats' yvill be. published-in Friday's issue, including first and"sepond place winners and various other floats and scene§ s -and bands;) , , ... Weather Experiment Station report for 84-hours-ending at 7 a, m. Thurs. day, High' 0P, Low 11, No prqeipu lation; Total "1958 precipitation, through August, 41.61 inches; du.iv jng the same period a year ago, 38,65 Arkansas; Partly' wide ly scatprcd thundorshowers thii afternooiv and tpnight apd> i; east portion Friday,, 'turning j er tonight apd Fricjay Arkonsas Regional Forecast , ,j3y THE A§§QQJATEQ PRESS ^Central and southeast ^ Partly cloudy * this afternoon, to pn4 Friday, -with a ejianue oy sgpttorgd Uuindprshowevs and Friday, turning £Q9l<H', and Friday, Saturday partly cloudy encj nijid. ffjgl) ,thls jiftpnioon neap QQ; low tonight vppsr 5ps; to low 70s central, near 70 nprtU\vesl " west Arkansas:" Partly cloudy th'i aftPinoon tnjg'ht ijnd Friday with .scattered thunder§ho>vers' tins |ft- ernoon and ionigHV turning coaler tonight and Friday ^lurday partly cloudy and (pjld., JJigh -this a/?. ernoon hpar 90, JQ\Y tonight upper 60s to Ipw 7,0s npytljeiist, niid, to m|d " CDs ' TV Panel to Ask Opening of Schools Heavy Damage in Highway Accident About 3 p.m. yoslcrdn.v nn ntilo drlvert by Robert P. Mnh^y or Hope and a Thunderblrd, driven by Wallace 't>, BcSrlde of Sriiflekover, collided oti I-tighwny (17 aboul Iwo miles west otid heavy property dnfiiage resililed. Kobody was in- jurod. State Policeman Oily Downing said Maney wns making a left turn nnd thnl MaBrlde wns in process of passing three trucks and crashed into the car knocking It into a ditch. Thb nulb driven by Maney, a 'mechanic at Porter's Oarage, belonged to a customer and the Thun- derblrd, owned by Prcscott Motor Co,, WHS being delivered to n cils- tomcr, Parade Draws Thousands to Downtown Hope Thousands of persons lined Ihe downtown Hope streets yesterday for the annual Third District Livestock Show parade, nnd thnl always draws Ihe largest crowds. The parade opened the rodeo phase of tho show which will continue through Saturday night. The rodeo starts til 8 o'clock nightly. Thursday morning the judging of Jersey, Holslcln, Guernsey, Ayrshire, Hereford nnd Brahma cattle took place In tho Coliseum with the judging ot Angus, Shorthorns and Junior Dairy cattle slated for "the afternoon, Friday tho Junior swine show svill 'start al 0 a. m., Inc. Fat Calf show al 11 a. m. with the Fal Calf auction slated for 1,30 p. m. ' ' , ,The parade winners: , . Civic_ Floats': " 1-Kiwanis Club, Hope; 2-Tcrra ' Firm a, Nashville, and 3rd-Lions Club of Hope, ,. Schools: 1-Wilhsville; 2-Lano- burg and '3-Cale, ( f '' In the' Nefe'ro ' Division Yergcr 'High S'chool was the winner, '" i-.-Pels: l-Sug.an,'Cobb; 2 tic,.David .Morris'^arid JOyce'Collicrf Bicycles ^Bill Coffee and Gcne'Jines. f < ' A largeij, crowd 1 ;"» allehdpdj <the ic'nirig*''6f.'*l(?^ ! ' lil r?jdco'MB^ 'which also fenlurcd some very unusual acts, such as Vance Jcrni- gan's trained horses, a trained hpg and'a bucking car. In FFA judging Tuesday in the beef cattlu division Ihe winners in order, were* Blevins, Waldo, Laneburg, Delight, Lewisvilic, 1'exar- kann, Wickcs, Nashville, Hope- Murfrcesboro a tie, Bodcaw and Bradley, Dairy Judging, in order for places, Waldo, Lcwisvillo, Prcscoll, Murfreesboro, Nashville, Wicks, Spring Hill, Lancburg-, Texarkana, Blevins, Delight and Gurdon, Doing tho judging today are Calvin Drake, U of A and Forest Ewing, extension service of the Uni- vcrsily of Arkansas, British Call for End to Shooting in Formosa Area By MAX HARRELSON UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (AP —British Forelun Scdi'otnry Sol* wyn Lloyd lodny enllod on both Red China ,nnd Ihe Chinese Nn- lionnlisls lo end their military nativities In Formosa Slrnll immo- dintcly. He urged further Ihnl "Ihe whole world community should join In Insisting Ihnt (his mailer should not be settled by force." He made no specific reference lo the mllllfiry role of the United States in support of the Nationalists. The Brillsh lender spoke before the 81-ndllon General Assembly as U.S nnd Chinese Communlsl rep- rcscnliilivcs mol for Ihe fourth lime In Warsaw In an efforl lo fliul n formuln to slop Ihe flahlliii!. He expressed his governments hope Ihnl Ihe Warsaw tnlks .would result In (in Immediate, cofise-flro which would lent! to Inter negotiations on the various claims and counter claims involved, Lloyd mndc It clcnr Hint Britain blamed the current crisis on the Chinese Communist bombardment of Ihe off-shore island of Quemoy, lie also praised what he c n 11 c d the conciliatory np- pronch by "the United Slates. "Wo^cleprocalc the iVlOlont nnd provoca'livc • language used, about the slturilion by.lho spokesmen of the'Chinese-People's Republic and of the Sovlel Union," Lloyd said. FeediGompahy ' Tj;.; t-,-,'1 »*,/» ' . I , '• ^eirribiirsiBSi Foundation , ^ ' '•„ , .' ;J "i . Cameron-' Feed- Mills of iNorlli; Little Rock today reimbursed the Hompslead County ' • Industrial ROOK CAP) — A com- rnitlee seeking to open Little Hock's closed high schools, ' even if inj,egvatefj, will sponsor a lc!c- ,vision p.anej "discus'sioh oq Iho is< sue tonight. The group, tho "Women's Envr? gency. Cpm'mittee to Open Our Sc.hopls"/' is campaigning for votes foj- integra,tjon, in 4 the veferendum here Saturday, 1 on* grounds that the schools may be reopened legally only if integrated. Appearing on the pane} tonight ' l6;3Q'p,m .. w;ll be Edwari . kestur, JVfrs,, Charles AV. Stephens, PI-. Dale Cowling anc{ ' , an a^oi-ney, is a law ' firm associatu of Schpo), - Wayne Upton -"• Cowljng " js president "of tfte lijUJc P,ock niin is schedule^ to discuas or? Rage Arkansas Asks Return of Gunman LITTLE ROCK (Ap)—Arkansas has * officially ' requested extradition from Texas of a man wanted in the slaying of a Pros- cotl,' Ark/, .policeman. L,t. GOV, Nathan Gordon, acting governor ^during Gov. Orval E. Fnpbus' absence to attend th" Southern Governors Conference ;u Lexington, Ky,, yesterday wrote Gov Price Daniel of Texas mak- jng the request. Ho told Daniel that Kenneth' U. Nicely, 20, is charged in Arkansas with first degree murder in the shooting of patrolman Edward S, Vci'den ' at Piescott last Sunday 'Foundation in U9 ,. 'ii'non \VHicli*the Uiimer.dn Company' will conslr'ucl a mill at Hope. ' The ^ Foundation recently purchased 9,47 acres of land here and conveyed 31 lo Cameron 'as a site /or-the new mill and'for such other future industrial', expansion * us' Cameron might make hero. In u letter addressed lo Judge James H. Pilkinton, as President of the Hcmpslond County Industrial Foundation, Norman G. Nieh ols, Jr., Comptroller of l|ie "Cam oron Company,i v said: "I um enclosing u check In the amount of $2,(!82,00 made payable to the Hcmpsluad County Indu^trjul Foundation, Inc., ps partial rcim burscmenl of the consideration for Ihe 0,47 acrps of land on which we plan lo build a mill. Please add my name to those who have previously expressed their appreciation for the manner in which you have handled Ihis matter," Nicely, of London, Ky., is hos- p4a]J7.ed al Corpus Christi, Tex.. With a bullet wound received after he drew u gun on a lyings- ville, Tex., officer Monday. Nicely had been slopped for speeding through a school zone, The wounded man alsq is wanted in. the futal shooting of u automobile salesrpqn Saturday Texaa police said Nipely was driving a car use<| Jjy the salesman, -Topy Brgwfi 4 in a ' at London, The 32-year, old Verdun y,'n$ foun^l dead in P-roscolt city jajj .and officers speculated thut }•>(» i?een killed by somt"3n? lj.fi T. A. Bea$ley,61, a Resident of Fulton, Dies T, A. Bcusley, aged 01, a Jong' lime resident of Fulton, died early Thursday in a Tcxarknnu hospital, Mr, Beasley had been engaged In the; automobile repair business in Fulton for years. ' ' Survivors include h,is wife, Mrs; Patty Beasley, three sons, .Tommy of Texarkana, Jimmy of Dallas and; Gordon fieasjey of llopp; four daughters, Mrs. Phil Keith Q{ Alex, andriq, La,, Mrs. Eris Bu|k of Pallas, JVJf's. Wyrlck. Jrving of Pales tine, Texas and Mrs, J. W, Brooks ot Texarkuna; a brother, Albert Beasley of TcxBrkaiia and a sisler, Mrs. Hersdel Crjllcnden. of 'f'e arkana. Cervices will by announced by Threatens L, R, With Accreditation Loss BOULtJtSH, Colo. (Af't - tf Llllk 1 Hock high .schools itrO opdticd ns prIVnte schols, Ihcy mny lose their nceredllnllon In the North Cenlrnt Assn. of Col- ICRCS nnd Secondary Schools. opened ns private schools, lliey Wednesday by Dr. Stephen No- mine, chnlrmnn of (he eornftilsslort on secondary schools for the association, He Is a professor In Ihe Lfnlverally of Colorado school of education. Dr. ttomlno snld Ihnl proposed private schools converted from previously n c c r c tl 11 ed public schools would have lo npply for membership ns now schools. The process of becoming necrcdilad requires appraisal nnd reporting more complete nnd more thorough than ciistomnrlly required iiftc rn school attains membership, he snld. Dr. , ftomlne snld hl.i opinion would npply equally to nil school situations which ml edit nrlse slnv ilor In (hose nl LIUle Troops Likely to Leave Lebanon Soon By' REINHOUD G. ENS2 -. "BEIRUT, Lebanon (AP) — H.i- shld Korami, the new pro-Nasser Premlei'^'of Lebanon, predicted lo- day American troops would quit this country toy Ihe end of Oclo- K' ,<; 5 Karami told newsmen UK quos- lion of^lhc wilhdrawal of the remaining ^9,800 Americans was a mailer of first Importance which W<}uld bo^ discussed nl his first Cabinet meeting | 'iPj-esldont Eisenhower and Sec- rt-lary ' of. Stale Dulles both said Ihe troop's Would be withdrawn when lh(j Lebanese eovernmont r'cqueslo?! >it or when Ihe situation warrants," ^Caraml said. "Therefore 1 1-. am" certain Uicy will go so'on'." w .*'' Kar,aml, a former rebul leader and -'an admirer of President Nas- W> f > W^- u n lied Arab K cpu Ijllp , 'wiis 'nam'ed chief of LcbanoVi's new eigh-iTum Cabinet Wednesday night. » The city remained under a day and night curfew lo prevent a new Jlureup of -Wednesday's fighting between extremist' olcmenls, in which 19 persons ware killed, All shops were closed today and the streets descried except for essential personnel. They Talk But Do Nothing About It LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP—South- crn governors talked and talked about it, but they wciru sill! "off the record" on school Integration* They ended their 24th annual ponforcnco yesterday with out adopting a formal stand on the South's most controversial issue. A governor who asked nol In be Identified said after a. clusqd door executive session. "The feeling behind the scenes was that it .would be Jjetler nol lo discuss any of Ihe various res- olulions on this 'Because of tho Widely varying views of the governors, wo felt it would do more harm than good to have an open fight.'' A governor who favors integration, Theodore ft, McKeldin of Maryland, proposed a resolution for a formal slanc) that was killud jn the resolution committee. A segregationist governor, Marvin Griffin of Georgia, and a moderate, Frank Clement of Tennesso, weru prepared lo introduce resolutions. But the two said thuy hold tnc proposals > bapk after McKcldtH's resolution lost in committee. All Around Town By The Star Staff The Uope Juniors lake on the' AvetjLje team ot 'fexat> here tonight at 7/.30 in moos Stadium , , , the lippe holds a victory qvpr , PVO \s\ iiope, recently eompjetpd gn eight-week automptive m air) tun a nee course at Judge Declines to Rule in LR. School Leasing By RICHARD OAW i * FOUT SMITH, Ark, fA! J —tf.S, Dial. Jud«o John E. Mllltir de«' (.'lined loddy lo ndvlsa the LIUle Hock school board whether' It could Icgnlly lease -1 high school buildings for Use as private, seg« refilled schools. •' .lutlgc "Miller ttnld his court did' not hnve Icgnl nulhorlly to issua such advice He nddcd Ihnl the question Involved the constitution* iilily of recently passed Arkansas , nntl-lntcftrallon laws and could bo •;*! pnsccl on only by n a-judgc fcd«.' cral court. , ' , . In Us petition to Judge Miller, Ihe school board does not advo', cnle tensing of Ihu schools! Jt does nsk him to rule whether U would ' V V| bu in contempt of federal court t% orders- If II should louse thesis schools. <•['' ( fV jjp Gov. Orval Fnubus ot "Arkansas""^ closed tho four high schools after the U. S. Supreme Court ruled „; thai Integration nl LUlle llock'a '„ »'| Ccnlra! High must continue. He then called for next Sutur-., r , day n refercndiim on whether t ,m 'Litlle Hock residents want school8';;w| operated on an Integrated tansis.-t -^s He said thnl if they vole ngnlnsl, , 3| Integration, Ihe high schools could ' be leased for operation as private r v , inslllution. He snld this could bo 1f ^ clone under a stale law passed''^| nboul 1B75. - ." "V^f U,S. Ally Gen, William Rogers '•" lolcl Ihe U.S. District Court In -At': kunsas today thnl Ihe Little flock , Scliool Board private school leas; Ing plan lo uyoid Inlcgralion is,nol - IcKnl. * ' ' „Rogers look Ihe stand in, a t "memorandum of Inw" filed with tho court '/ir He Intereedcd after the Justice^ 'Department as "a friend ot tho. j| court" had been served with /,i ;'"*f copy of Ihe board's request for'a ' ruling from U.S, Dist, Judge. John E Miller, ' . > '• Bolli Ihe hoard nnd Ihe National Assn. lor Ihe Advnncemcnt of,Col; sce . , ruling" o'n lhiiC5pltin ekjrif; ' ro 1 ai,eouVi" *.« kcefi'vlhe'l'lfj schools segregated by leasing,' ^Jsl them to a private corporation. Several Southern stales w ,V{. f ~ty similar private school plans'-to 1 ;'«? thwart federal Integration orders ",t^, arc watching .the Arkansas * test 5Js^ with keen inlcrcsl. ',- - *75 The NAACP asked Miller to re'-" -\ strain Ihe board from leasing'.tho': *_»,'<] school properties. The petition " !>r also asked thnl if private school*; are opened they bu required tp " admit Negro students under the Integrated plan previously in of-, fuel nl Central High, " • The School Board has asked' the court whether II may lease' its, buildings without buing held , in : conlempl. Negro nnd white students fought Wednesday in Llltle Rock tnd on Chicago's Spulh Sido. At Norfolk, i'j| Va., students demonstrated quicti' iy in an effort to get a high &chopK ; opened. ,, 4V Six Norfolk schools with -10,1)01)'* pupils face closure by Coy, ,1J, , Lindsay Almond Jr, under Vi?«i, ginia's massive resistance laws,if-f a final order to integrate pomes Their opening has been delayed ponding court action. Already ; closedm are schools at Fron,t Itoyal , and ChurJotlosvilJe, \ Private classes began dt luUcsville, where pupils of Vemible Elementary School rU,'d their own chairs into 1 ments and playrooms of residences for instruction. A (,'QjnmjUp? was set up to start similar teach-Ing of the ousted high school slur dents. - " Citizens, of the Front Royal' com-?, J arc planning to private instruction for their 1,OQ9 *-A ConHnwQ Qn Page Twg - , - Hare Saturday Day Saturday, Sepiembur 27, has designated as Forgetivrp-Not p a jr Hope. On that, day the JUUe bli^e flowers will be offered for saJe ot\ ihe streets by the girls of the Club, Mrs, p. L,, Perkins will be charge of the girjs and ,alj proceeds / wil} be used by the D(sable4 fe' ican Veterans, Department 9f kansas, to assist dis9b}e4 and their dependents in . eompenssjUpn, hosiJilaliiiaUofl, olfier bpnefits to which ihe? "be entitled under (l)o laws of

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