Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 16, 1958 · Page 2
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October 16, 1958

Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 2

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HOP* STAR, H 0 * * > A j M A N 5 A S Trial Underway In 6f Ark t API— The do- reset £ casl ,J,y lb the tHal of W.lllnm Young. 30 Negro of .Tiirkvin. MH* . with -slaying in TonV Shell pi-esehted and ic«ilpd lu< c,i«r >( <- terday before A \vhil<\ male juty Young hi." pleaded guilty He i' accused in the rifle slaying of ateitc ttoo|H>t Fimon Cnx, 35, Aitg 17 C<i\ u,! 1 ? killed when he tiled to nrirst n Nogro \vho appeared dnink lit H flllitii? station near OseiMiln. Yonnf wns nrrostrrt hy n iin'.c,. ,,in ut (V.M houis rfti i the Aithui )I.ivt« 3"> Negro of Far Sofefy — For Silence — We Install Internationa! Parts Mufflers • All Welded Construction • "Silikoie" Protection • Guaranteed foe Life of Cor • Ho Installation Charge Wylie Glass & Salvage Co. Hwy. 67 West Hope, Ark. Phone 7-2786 Segregation Group Slams Principal VAN BUREN. Ark fAt 1 ) -A Sc< pi< Ratinnul lender chnigod lost nijjht that School Stipt. Everett Kclley recently referred to hienv bcrs of the Van Surph Clll?.crti Council as "while Irtish arid scum. ' The charge was made by Safti Cox .Ii piestdont of the ClllJiofis {"(Minnl, al an open meeting of lh> M huol boat d Ati unidentified Woman nt th.0 orn. was convicted of firsl degree murder yesterday and scnteticoj lo tlii- in (he decide fh.'iir. HP u-'iis rharijed In lhi % robbery-stay- IMK of Justus F.drmglon, 07, Aug. 8. Kdringlon was found fatally [beaten in the roar of Ins store I IllMU Meeting demanded tH.it the feoSttT make ftelley. who was preSem« lie an apology. ^elifey turned his bsek 8fi &» and the woman, the fcjBitfd said 11 Wollld take up the fholltef ift a PH*. Vale (session. <f. S. 1/ard. pfpsidchi ot tha board, announced at the meeting Ihftl hoi a single rneitibef- of IH<J board supports integration. The inlegrated Van tkifen High School was the sfiohe bf facial 4'*.' orders last month .ftalph Robinson, a baafd tftSffl' ber told about 35 hiettlbci'S of InP public who Attended the meeting that "we were ambtig the (J?st l!> be fortfcd into integration by tnft NAACP nnd while we may not like it, wo just have to do the best W A sul'l filed by Negt-ocs fed to inlofjrution Here In the fall of 19o7i The school board agreed to Sta/» llitegratioti before trial of tli* »UH nnd it was dropped. Eight Negroes attend the «ty 9 single high school and five N*goes are enrolled fit art integfaifid junior high school. No violence was reported In tfs 19fi7-f58 school year but last month resistance to integration flared on the opening day ol school. Negroes were greeted by tatlntms >n? when they entered and later 45' white youths boycotcd th» Legal Notice No~BH2 In the Chancery Court of Hompstcad County, Ark. GEORGE JORDAN Plaintiff VS. EMILY D. JORDAN .... Defendant WARNING ORDER The defendant, EMILY D. JORDAN is warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff, GEORGE JORDAN. Witness my hand the seal of said court this 15th day of October 1958. CLARA BYERS, Clerk By Katherine B. Lauterbach, B.C. (SEAL) Oct. IB, 23, 30, Nov.'.6, 1958 Legal Notice school to protest racially classes. fhe boycott was abaffdofigd after a few days. Apparently feaftfl violence, the Negr&eS feffiaifiSd out of school for W0fe that! » week. . Kelley sr.id at the fHeeHflf IM.at White boys who participated 1ft the boycott would have td fhaki up work lost bid Neg~foe§ Wdltlrl not He said a faculty committee had ruled the NegrooS did ti*i stay out of school from choicfc and had kept up their sltldiSS while the boycott was going oft J- • , • • ~ ' ••••*•-•- ::•- it Portugal is a smalt country, but •it has nine colonies Ih other parts of the globe, Morse to Receive $9,5 Million eHfdA<30 (AP)"-ffie tt. S. fii*,- Irict Court disclosed yesterday that Ciol. fiobeH M, Morse, chair- tnan of Fairbahks, Morse. Will re' SeiVe $0,511,392 for his sale of 291,231 shares of cortipahy stock to the Pehn-Te.<cas ddrp. Impouhded ihformation released showed the slock was sold at $32 a share, the information was kept secret under a court decree on Sept. 11. but v/as ordered released yesterday by Federal Judge Joseph Sam Pet-ry. Under terms of the court decree, sellling a fight for control of Fair- banks. Morse, F"ehn-fexas pay $5.500,000 in cash and issue a three-yea'r promissory hole for the remainder. Thfe transaction fnunt be eofrf* plerted by Nov. 10 under terms of the agreement. _^ GIRLS — N§W PIE§TA m COLD WAVES $8,50 MARTHA'S BEAUTY SHOP 'Behind ehfidl . "' Ph6H« ?4014 25o S, shave? . Mar? Saker Eddy became tH6 fouhder of nChrUtian , Science i r "Ihe Vf&s born at Bow. N. H. f__ _ III II-' --.•.Il PRAN'S SIHIIOL nl HIM! ACROBATIC*BATON Classes J6f Titty Tots! PR 7*4335 , BOOING IT YOURSELF" INCLUDES ANSWERING THE PHONE when , ^the family's out. Sq t why risk (railing paint through the house? , • n Or letting greasy sh^ocs and work clothes stain fvxmiture, carpets? jj> Get a telephone for your workbench. When it rings, you just B ' reach to answer. No strain. No stains. To order yours, call the telephone business office. END "ONE-PHONE" PROBLEMS. HANDY ADDITIONAL TELEPHONES ARE JUST $1.00 A MONTH 1 (plus tax and inilallollon) No. 8137 -In the Chancery Court,of Hempstead County, Ark. BETTY J. S. JOHNSON.... Plaintiff vs. ' ' DELBERTG. JOHNSON Defendant WARNING ORDER The defendant, DELBERT G. JOHNSON is warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the.icpmplaint of the Plaintiff, BETTY''J. S. JOHNSON. • Witness my hand and the seal of said court this .Gth day of October 19!58. • • ..Clara Byers,- Clerk, By Katherine B..Lauterbach, D. C. (SEAL) • W. S. Atkins,- Attorney for Plaintiff C, V. Nunri, Attorney Ad Liten Oct. 9, 16, 23, 30, 1958 and the vacuum-fresh package costs less! You're smfl-rt to snve the , , , when the finest coffee in a yao«Hm»fre3h yaQtog ADMIRATION'S new pla§tie ge ke§ps it i\ And no 1 hew e^ tlmti ADMIRATION, Ask yau'Jl totes caste ABMJRATION ftr ywrwlf* Admiration . coffee |'5iv,x> H-*v REPHANS Now is the lime to start putting your Christmas items on J-oyowoy. This week only, you may put up to $50.00 on Layaway for only $2,00 down and not get it out until Christmas. No carrying charge. Pay as you go and have this merchandise paid for when the Christmas season arrives. LADIES SHORT PUT IT ON LAY.A-WAY Buy Now for Xmas 4 Only — Orion Dynel, Milium Lining in Grey, Beige and Brown. 'Exceptional Value. First- Come - First Served. Regular 39.95 value. SALE PRICE LADIES Here Is a Reay Buy If You Wear Sizes 4 to 7, Assorted patterns and .colors in high 'heel ^boots, •i i ' * 'Limited Supply. Reg. 4.98 value While They Last! FOR $11.00 Our response was so good we are repeating this item .again, New Fall Fashions in Half Sizes, .'Regular and 'Juniors. New Dresses have been added, LADIES NYLON Another repeat of Good Quality.— 51 ga, - 15'Den, New Fall Hose, A limited supply. While they*last — Reg. 98c Value ,•, , :F«LL|S Fill Iff vow knpw o gopd YQly§ when yoy see one —We' offer these fgmoy§ fabric gggm. 00 ' • / Jn White qnd Eeru, 'Si?e 36 ,to 46, A real value for Hunters *-, Heavy weight, 2,29 Value F*ll9Sr&wiis a fitensa to a sweat shirt J» pis feat* jn. Jn tfi sr New fall weight Sii§§ 14 fs Umit§d, § ypp,Jy pf |fai§ ygluf.

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