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Ps§§ tight MOM ifAl, MOM, ARKAN1AI Bishops Coll Coiir! 1 Defiance d Revolt MIAMI BKAC11 Kl.i <At Episcopal bishops tticmj liki-n e*t»fe« 15; 1958 *f'~*xii*^TJ*^***i*^*_'f t *p?'**^^'* t --— * r *^*'- Americas third Largos* WILD ANIMAL CIRCUS HOPE FAIR PARK MoHncc 3 P, M. Evchihg 8 P. M. FRI. OCT. 17 Auspices 3rd Dish Livestock Assn. • UippOP u Lfe^ i B T\\t * (f/f&r SHOW, • ^ Tickets Now On Sale IChamber of Commerce dfliantc i>l th< . •..;• ••' '. ('«, i ' i 1-ftVolutloft ahd calltd on vnui-ch mornbcrs to conform to court orders for school integration. The resolution, adopted by tho Episcopal HOUSP of • Bishops by vole t<! 73 to 5fl nl Ihe church's (tp/icrnl ConvrntibH, was sharply opposed by sonip Southern bishops. Uishop Hnbt-rl 11. tirnwh of Ar knnsns. said the action Would "work n hardship on us. 11 will make more difficult the opportunities of working between Hid two c'xIrt-nicK." The resolution s.ikl Christianity gonnriilly hns taught the faithful "to nbt-y the civil law uiidcr whiiih they live." find added "It hns ficnernSly been cleaf Dial the- ri^hl of civil clisobedifiiee and o r revolution should be under- tnkon by Chrlstlnhs only for the grnvrsl rpiisons of conscience and :is a lust resort." II nddcd Ihe Constitution fs thd supreme law of the land. lh«* Stt- pretne C'ciurt is the "ultimnte fli- Ca.iGh-Burnes Circus Comin DIAO. PICTURE TUBE J43 SO. IM. VIEWING AREA LOW-PRICE TV WITH EXCLUSIVE MOTOROLA GOLDEN GUARANTEE Full year Runrnntea on /ill tubes «ml parts, 5 yours on Golden Tube Sentry Unit. Use aH stereo speaker. FiniflllUR: Clltir- (In Charcoal flnllhl conl, Gruined _ _ MnhoifHtiy or //\J Grained AmAm7 Blond. Model 21T58. LESS YOUR TRADI EASY PAY TIRE STORE 214 E. 2nd. Hope, Ark. Prescott News Mrs. AtkiHs Wednesday §Hdg« Club •] he home of Mrs. Dallis Atkins was boautirully decorated with at 1 - lanccments of roses, zehnias ahd gucinsey lilies on Wednesday ttfl* ernoon when she entertained 1Kb Wednesday Bridge Club, Mrs. feob Yafbrough won the high score award. A tasteful salad course was serv» cd in memibers Mrs. Basil Mtinri, Mrs. Jim Nelson, Mrs. ©lain Hays iM'is H H McKenzie, Mrs. Saxon Resiin. Mrs. Guss McCasklll and bridge guests, Mrs. O. W. Walking Mrs. Torn Semis, Mrs. O. 6. Hirst Mrs. ,t. B Pranks, Mrs. Yat'brougn ,i;id a tea guest, Mi's. DerToll M,ii.sh. two guests. Dr. fc. 3. Jones and George JohhdS of McAlister, present. Dr, Birch of Hot Springs Diet iMi-, and Mrs. ftoj> Stainlon spent Thursday in Little hock ahd in Mot Springs where they visited Mrs. Cleo rtines, OHLfcAftS tAP) —Dr. ft. 6. Birch, n, owner of the BUrCh Clinic at Hot Springs, Ark. died at a hospital here yesterday. He had undergone surgery last Thursday. Before fnoVing to Hot Springs in the early 1930s, Burch practiced at Hughes ahd Forrest ity. Ark He was a native of iTulton, Miss, the body will be returned to tiot Springs for burial, Youthful Ambushtr to Get Mentol Test W. C. Woosley, ft. C. McBrayer, Jim Nelson and Jack Robey attended the U of A Freshman'SMti football game in Texarkaha Thursday night. Miss'Moore, J6cko, the Clown FRIDAY when the CSrson-Barnes Wild Animal Ch'r.us comes to Hope, local folks will-see Miss Moore and Jocko, the Clown, both fine performers, Ths Circus will hold two shows, at 3 p. m and 8 p m. Besides Col. Tim McCoy, the Circus has many fine acts Including the Liberty Horses of Jack Moore, qii educated Chimp, Gloria Plunkett. Capt. Ricardo's bears, the Daring Maddens Canine Revue and .many others. The Circus will show at Fair park under auspices of the Third District UVestock Show. lorprctor of the Constitution" and those who disagree with court interpretations have legal recourse to constitutional amendments. . The resolution then called on church members "to face seriously their obligation to conform to federal and Supreme Court,orders Klwanls Have Musical The weekly dinner meeting of. the Kiwanis Club was held 1'hurs' I day evening at the Lawsoti Motel' with the vice president, N. R. Nel« son, presiding. Ernest Jameson, program chairman, introduced Miss Mnrilyn While and Miss Gall McBrayer, who s»n« several songs, accompanied by M'rs. Virginia Ann Kin* nev at the piano. For the next meeting the club will have dinner at the Jr.-Sr. 1'TA dinner at the high school cafeteria. Guests were Jerome Barrmastcr and Bill Washburn, former Lt. Gov. of Alabama, Mrs. Charlie Thomas, Mrs. J. B, Heslcrly and Mrs, J, W. Teeter spent Friday in Little iRodk \vhere Mrs. Thomas attended a State Welfare Directors meeting, in regard to. giving all students equal access to our public schools.' Echols," The convention's House of Dep- uticSj, (he lay and clerical branch of. the bi-cameral church legislature, has yet to act on the Bishops' pronouncement. Coac.h R e ginelll Speaker At Lions Club Meeting Coach Phillip Reginelli was the speaker at the Lions Club meet- inu Thursday noon at the, LaWson Hotel and gave an informative talk on the Prescott High School football team, its posi'bilities for i the present and future. j The club will not meet this week and will eat at the Jr.-Sr. i PTA dinner at the high school i cafeteria. There were 15 members and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tttrberville iave returned from a Visit in Gal- Vcston, TeXas. •MY. and Mrs, Lloyd Maynie visited Mr. and Mrs. Earl Maynie in Camden on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs, R, S. Hamilton were Friday visitors in Little ftock Arthur Ingram has returned from ShreVeport where he was a patient in the Veterans Hospital. iMr. and Mrs. S. P, Davis and Mrs. W. P. Cummings motored to Little Rock Friday for the day, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dalrymple spent the weekend 'in Fayetteville with their son, Carl, 17 of A student and attended the Ark.-Rice football games and Dads' Day ac> tivities, joNESBOfco, Ai-k. teen-year-old Charles Mahks, afi* cused of iifihg at rhotofists front ambush, was sefit to Statfe Hostft' tai for a mental exafhihatioit j| J Ihe commitment was prtiei-cd bj> Circuit Judge Charles W.-Lighti Mahks was arrested atlet he PJ S iegedly fired on four automobiles on a bounty road north 'of johfcs* boro last Wednesday. One- perstt was Wounded slightly. Mississippi Low • Booms Marriages MfeMPliiS (AP) -« Mississippi's lighter marriage law apparently has boomed marriages here. The county clerk's office, report* ed that 1,079 marriage licenses were sold f rotfi June 1 < through September, compared With- G85 In the same period last year, The new Mississippi laW v 'deslgn* cd to get rid of Gretna^ Greens. requh'os f a-thi?ee'day waiting period and bloodi'j tests, •, '. i ^ The' u'p's'wihi in marriages contra'sls wit)* a downward trend nationally/, '\ >, „ Monfff For the Second Consecutive Month M. S. BATES HOPE, ARK. REPRESENTING PIONEER WESTERN Life Insurance Company HOME OFFICE; 109 MAIN, LITTLE ROCK SALE! J.C. ATCHLE & CO. Consist of Double Dresser, Bookcase Bed, Chest, Box Springs, Mattress ond 2 Uomps,, Buy this group ond get g $15.00 Bonus Certificate, ETTE SUITES J D(P r%*» A BONUS CERTIFICATE Of 10% of the Selling Price, whick will be good fbru Dec. 24, 1958, will be Given on Each Sale in Our Store-THURSDAY, -FRIDAY-SATURDAY — FOR EXAMPLE — If your purchase is $100.00 in our store Thursday, Friday or Saturday, we will give you a BONUS CERTIFI • GATE of $10.00, (which is 10% of the selling price), and this Certificate may be used,as money on the purchase of any other item of merchandise in our store, until December 24th. We invite you-to take advantage of this bonus bale this weekend and save as you spend- /. , , 10% is our savings to you. MATHES HI - Fl SET :JL '• —A— • r^WJ. . 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