Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 24, 1958 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, October 24, 1958
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Mdaf, MOM IT A It HOMt AtKANSAI Phsni ?.§431 ''Calendar PHday, 6et6bec 24 The gjtflhg till! JuHior Class wii present their play on Friday, Dot 24 at 8 p.m. AdhiJssioH for the itiatihee will toe adults 25 cents anc children 10 cents, theft for the Highl performance the admission Will be adults oO artd the ehildi-eti 25 CcHts, the play is entitled "Quit Voui- Kidding." Monday, Oetebep tf 1'ho Harmony Sible class of the First Christian Church will meet Monday, Oct. 21 at 2 p.m. in the home of 'Mi's. Earlehe ^FenwieK, All ttidmbai's are urged to attend. Tuesday, October 28 Chapter AS of PEO will meet Tuesday, Oct. 28 in the home of (Mrs. C. V. Nunn St., with Mrs. W. Perkins as co-hostess. The Cosmopolitan Club will meet •Tuesday, Oct. 28 at itib p.m. in •the home of Mrs. Oliver Adams, with Mrs. William E, Harris as co-hostess, There Will be a meeting of the Oolta Kappa Gamma Society in •the home of Mrs, Horace Fuller at 4 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 28, Mrs, P. (L. Perkins will be co-hostess. Cub Pack 92 will meet at Brook* wood School Tuesday, Oct. 28 at 7 p.m. Attendance of/ patents and cu'bs will be checked.*'--- Closing Better Than » Foubus LltTLfe ROCK, Ark. (AP) - GoV. Ot-val fc. Faubus said on Wednesday night it Was better lor Lillle Rock Central High School to be closed than demolished. FaUbus told a meeting of educators the South is not ready to accept integration. He closed Central High aild Little Rock's three other high schools last month to avert court-ordered racial mixing of classes. "It's better that it (Central) be empty than to bo demolished, and that's What will- happen when people .like 'hie, are gone," the governor said. In his address to a regional conference o fthe National Assn. of Guidance Supervisors and Counsellor Trainers at nearby Hot Springs, Ark.. Faubus also struck at the U.S. Supreme Court. "It seems that Communists can get more consideration in the United Stales than a while segrega- .ionisl can, sometimes," Faubus asserted. Meanwhile, enrollment of sophomores was scheduled at the Littlfi .Rock Private School Corp.'s all- white high school today. About '240 'uniors registered Wednesday. Joseph Smith, founder of the Mormons, was killed by a mob at Carthage, 111., in Id44, Farmers fold iSohtiftued frofrt 8fl8 services and availability of seed* lings. Dr. Charles Wilson, assistant pa* thologist, mentioned that Work IS underway to, {prevent the Spread of oak wilt disease — a rapid killer that is presently Confined to the northern part of the slate. He llsled three treatments that are 'being tested to evaluate Iheif effects against th Spread of oak wilt: Girdling the tree to prevent fungus mat formation, killing all trees within M feel of the oak'Will tree to prevent root-graft spread and 'culling the oak-wilt tree and spraying it With an insecticide. Me covered pine diseases silch as fusiform rust, gave recommend* cd controls, and alerted foresters on other diseases that arc not currently present but may possibly exlcnd into Arkansas forests. Rockefeller, differences over civil tights. ftlxori himself sel the slafe f6t Ihe teamwork display with Rockefeller, Jte went out of his way in a New York broadcast tHUrsday night to praise Hockbfellef fis flfl able administrator whtf offers New York "dytiimie leadership." Some observers had read tfUe ftocketeller's absence fi-om* thfi ; dinner ah implication of coolness him and Nisbh. Ptubui Support* Drive Missouri Group Visits Hope Gin LITTLE HOCK (AP>— A Mis. sourl agriculture delegation yes« tei'day completed a tour of southwest Arkansas to observe measures in fighting pink .bollworms. The five-man group Visited a machine for checking gin trash at Hope, two highway inspection stations near Tc.varkana and a cotton gin at Lewisville. Pink-' bollworms — destructive cotton pests — have been found in western Arkansas and in ji few places in central and southern Arkansas. None have invated Missouri yet, but that slulc has be-, gun inspection measures in Iho But the explanation from feller—who is wooing some of the Democratic Voters Nixon has ,beeH Inrnbaslirtg fts radicals—\Vas thai he simply had a longstanding prior date. His opponent is Gav, Avcroll Harrlmaiii a favorite of Democrats who call themselves liberals. "Sheer bunk . , . absolute fabrication." Rockefeller said, atlSr the Nixoh session, in rr-fcrehcc 16 the reports of jjolltieal coolness, fte said he wasn't interested ,Jii the presidential nomination—only In becoming governor — and expected to serve four years. Nixon's ahgle was that "WO hnvo enough things to do In 'fifl/ Llffyg.- R6CM t1*)-OoK dr^ 1 13. Fn'ubuS yesterday relcasrvi sjetfef staling his support, of th« 'Dollars for 'Democrats" drive. ' His letter urged newly chosen county fund chairmen to work hard to .False Arkansas' $50,000 barty quota. the fund fan Into trouble rr«< Ceiilly because of National f>arty Chairman iPatd gtftle.-r's criticisms of Fnubus "and Ihe South in reference to civil rights. Said Paubiis: "We are the only c, that has voted in every tirvsldeniinl u :hfe (lie 20th ceiithry. i-vcry Dcmocrrtt in Arkansas should Jbd proud of Inis cnvinble record." lli another development Ally. Gen. Bi-tiCe Setinelt said yesk'r- d«y that Southerners have no intention of abandoning the Demo- tratlc farly, despite the growing rift with Buller. Bennett lold the Young Uomo< crats Club of Little Rock University that Butler "perhaps boltevu-? himself to bo anointed rather than appointed." Boolhel section. In the Missouri party were J. R. Anderson of Jefferson Clty, ; state entomologist: Virgil Owens! of Kcnnctt, assistant state entomologist; John Riddle and Ray-' mond Mouse of Haytl, Inspectors, and William H. Hare of Sikeston, district supA-vlsor lot' the federal Plant Pest Control division. They were accompanied by J. C. Haley, supervisor In charge of Iho Plant Pest Control Division at Little Bock, Street . signs in Klngsvllle Ohio, are adorned with crowns Pope's Crown Is Polished, Ready VAtl6A.fl tlitV tAP) - The richly jeweled triple crown of the popes has been cleaned and pol- ishtd for the eornalion uf its next wearer. Vatican sources snid the bee hive - shaped crown wns takt,>n Wediiedny to a Komc goldsmith. Who worked in the pu-sMiet) of two priests. It was returned to lhi< Vatican a few hours liilor. The tiara is the most piWlous Of the three papal crowns in the Vatican. It was made for the cot- onation of Popi* Pius (X in IfilR. British Drop Labor Dispute Arbitration LONDON TAP; — The British government Is abolishing compulsory orbllrallon for labor disputes. Labor Mllilslcr tulrt McLeort ;iii- hounced Wednesday night the suv- on-year-old act sollhiB up industrial tribunals with legally binding powers will be brought to tin uncl in six months. Employers have complaltuul that the compulsory arbitration, thouuh easily enforced against n company, could not uosly bo ap* jlied against Workers. Truman Backs Prom Page out of the party. And, as he told the tidstcm rally last night, some of the finest Dem- ncrals In Ihe country live below the Mrtsufi-DiJtinn Unv. Sohie llfnos, he soitl, snmo of Ihrm "tlori't think H«ht." l-'nr Inslnnpp ho nrci'rd, unless Ihr iTnitDt) Sialos setth-s thH utvil problem. it is in (lunger of lowing ils position as tlto ItntJcr of the free world. HP aigui'd that Eisenhower should hrtVc done more thrtn ".'li - plorc' Hie f< 83 Inslancca of boinli- intfs of schools, homes mid re!i<.j- Idus instiluilniis ti-HCtfftble let the . of , pince in derby stals faf under two years rf Victor, entfifdf! b iranlc of Boorievllle', \frdfl l>lnnp. t i Tmlny will ftce the flhisti ef In9^ foitr-day cvehl, ( At a btisinf-ss meeting Wnmlrow \V«st of I J lnc BUitl clorlod president of the orgattfZdf*] ion. He succeeds Srtrn Al of Tonway. Perry Mc'Nelll of Little wan re-elected secretafyi ' ,, j'& Swamp f'rp. tentative wTfiHdf • ,-| or HH> bench show Monday,, .waSiirSi eliminated from the field trials',^ .y<-Mf>rdny nlld thereby forfeited yj (hp bench show trophy. - '>-|S The President," ho nddetl, "Iws moral v'cspaiiRblllty In the nitil- ' and "rvtusi . exorciso uctivp, affirmative loatl'ershlf.).' Arkansos Hounds Dominate Trials liOOWlSVtLLK, Ark. (AIM— Two ro.xluninds from local konnols dum- nalcd the sncond day of Iho Ai''< uisas Koxllxintcrs Assn.'s uniuutl ield trials nonr It'iro yesiordny. Princess, owned by Billy Ray Jo Ann Huett TEACHEft OP BATON . Enroll 10 A. M. Sdhjfddy, ' Openings In All Age Groups FRAN'S SCHOOL OP DANCE " • Baton • Top • BalleH • Ballroom 901 So. Main PR 74335 The Masonite ^Showcase of Famous Brands" model home buiit especially for your inspection. Located at 1120 South Walnut Street. Last Open Day. , . Friday, October 31st. • ; '., [L?Djll??Lt?.d.,..? ar that's inch a new adventure V KYo .. la (.he siyla Clwt sot tlio standard far ao industry: Chryylor N«* Yorker 4. . i j'^- 3 ' • } ~-m.' The adventure sL&rLs the itjoment you r gee Uijs liohrheartecl Chryslor-'59. From its regal new grille to its channeled roof to its gently rising fins, Chrysler keeps its beauty simple! 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