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Pap HOPE STAR,. MOP 8,.* ARKANSAS 28,1958 ? rt i ALC Wrangles Continued t rum Page drtS 750 a yrai mini equipment i'id been purchased. The comtni^?iciti also look up thp S43.8".") a jc.u btirlyp) fftr'the staio inp the council will concentrate on requests involving only special rpvc-ni'ps — specially earmirkai! HHT-I« clorived from sources othef than «a1es of income la?ce*s. Thc> Legislative Council day approved only one budget t«§- qiit-s< The State -Sank fiepai"t' merit's 290.432 item. The Bank Department sought ho Health ficv.i.'unrnf's. plumbing increase. division, which inrlndgs $35,000 j Arln,n was deferred oh requests for sal« ries This is little dftfcrtint j ( , r SR.150.6&0 for the Safn'e and from thr current appropriation. | Fl , h commission and §173,600 foi» In yestoT-rfay's session, the Cdlffl- thp Insurance fieparlrnetH. cil became mired in d policy problem after healing fforn Stale Comtrollrr Kelly Cornett. Cornell snid general revenues. Allhough the Same ahd fish request was $105,000 less than the current appropriation, the agcficy souqht wage increases for 74 of -TYPE Ilii'hlv reminiscent of the now defunct I'ac-kard is ihis < ,,iM,. u. un nuton'.lil, I,: I,!.' c-.M-l the -ZIL-Ilt." Built in Moscow, thr nufo , ,,n . i"ht-c \lmclPt dirnif <!<•.• I <|>IMH 22I> hor« power, With I) top speed of lO.i in p h 11 ,tut,- |.nt|i>n-i.jntnillfil Iran n i -um power biakfs uinl slcorln« and a windshield wn-.hnif,' . ir. din (.1 tin m<M dc lu\r .,ntn«: in Russia, it nlso boasts power windows, hwiler. ;me ••!< ii.r-r i.Klid S.unc ni'«l. I, uill ,il-o h.ivc air-comlltlonlng. Photo and caption matiii.il - tf<-m nn tMTk'uil Soviet source _^___ .. a , __________ ..... t from which a mnjtrtty of statt- ' us 262 employes including ; 'a false pffencips and institutions f eceive | from $7,800 a year to $9,000 tor money, nrohably would fun four i Dii prior Nelson Cok. to five million dollars below this yonr's appropriations. A'rid, he next year the outlook for was not much bettor. I To fuilhor complicate thp fnat- or, rejection of the 1957 s.Uos I lax Increase from (Wo to three ! per cent nl the Nov. 4 general Thp Insurance Department ask« ft! a budget of $10,000 above III current appropriation. Most of tllo Increase would go to raise the tiny of the deoar'tinent's 30 erri' ployes and to increase Ihe salary ot Commissioner Jtatvey Combs from 48,500 a year to $10, Court- Docket ,000. election would cut deeper Inlo the soriernl revenues, c'pficit. !>,.,,, , Thp cmincil previously wont ott> Al lho °Mset. on motion of Ron re,brcl vilh a hokMhc-llnc nil- 1 5f BP T Howeil of .Phillips UNKINDEST CUTS—"Peaplckcr," 975-pound Hereford, cocks a wary eye as Wall Rodman marks oil the various citts 'of. beef the steer will eventually provide. "Peapicljer" was guest of honor at a San Francisco dinner promoting the opening of the cattle picture "The Big Country." Looking on are shapely Donna Ktitzl and an unidentified youngster. rescotf News IRalnbow Garden Club Meets O l i XVLdnesday afternoon the Rain bfw G:irdi>n Club mot In the home oC Mis Chiuci Cox with Mrs Sum Cos iisM-liti 1 ; Autumn flowers in cftl'Ti'iU hues oYcornled the rooms. 'Kirs Albert Penchey, presided <iiirinH lh« touslnoss session. ! Tn tht 1 j'bsonce of the secretary, Mrr. PCM-! Winitflold.- Mrs. Bill n read tho nnnulos and calk-d mil- A linanctiit slnlement givon by 'Mrs, Hoy Duke, niVr, It was votoH to most tho t!ilj'<! Wodnrsday m Novembfi' due lo Tlianksgu'ing. Plnns for >a ChnMninj. p.irly to be hold on Dec, 'Hh were discussed y['r~~ Harold Ingrnm had charge of «.hc program find gnvc nn mlor- tna'ivf t-ilk on "flowtn Arrnngnifi." The hostesses sowed a snlad plate unit spiced ten to the ton membcis present tlic 1 w'ps Georije Clny C e lebrates Birthtlay Hi's Wallace Pitrllo entertained of boys with n pnrly Wed- nl'ternoon hpnoniig her son SOMETHING REALLY I SELF-STORING STORM DOORS BEAUTIFUL AU.S ALUMINUM WIATHgBSTlPPj -f 'NO George on his ninth birthday. Games were played and prizes wore won 'by Larry Cnllicott and George. Favors were Halloween wax whistles. Aflor George op,on- ocl his ninny lovoly gifts, Happy Birthday was sung lo him, The big birthday cake was top- pod with a miniature cowboy and inscribed 'iHeppy Birthday Pardner" 'and luui <gmn ciinclleholders, Mrs- Purtle wa's assisted in serving ice cream, punch and cake -by Mrs. Ervin FnirehikI, Nancy ami Knthy Purlle to Clyde Phillips, Billy Rriy Hines, Doug Hines, Lnr- ry >Cnllicot, Jimmy and .Floyd Poole, Jim Dickorson, W.vlie Duko Jim and Gene Davis, Jim Fairchild, Jerry Cot'tingham, Donald Wilson, Kenny Formby. Bob /Rouse Lurry Jameson and William Clny. Mrs. -McKenzie Entertains Wednesday Bridge Club Members of the Wednesday Bridge Club wcro enlortiuncd on Wednesday tiflomoou by Mrs. II. H. AIcKenzic at her home. A lovoly arrangement of roses graced (he mnntel and ;i 'bowl of dahlias i)nd vinuns was placed on the coffet tntole. •The hiKh score pri?o was won by Mrs. Clarke White. Mrs. i\1nrk Justiss was a suest Other members present inc'iuloi! Mrs, Guss SMcCnskill, Mrs. Saxon Regan, M'rs. Jim Nelson, Mrs. •Basil JWnnn, Mrs. eUtin Hays -and l\1rs. Dnllis Atkins. >A salad course was served by (ho liostess to (hose present. Mr, and Mrs, E. H, Weaver nro spending the week in. "Dallas and Abilene, Texas as (he gupst.s of Mr, and Mrs. 0, H. Storey and Mr, and Mrs. Donton Robinson d their 'families, Municipal Court of Hope, Arkansas, October 27, l!)f>8. City Docket J. D. Roach, possessing untaxcd Intoxicating liquor. Forfeited $100 cash bond. Charlcne English, assault and batioty. Plea guilty, fined $10. H. D. Fulc, disturbing peace. Plcn guilty; fined $25. Albert Smith, I'uilure to yield right of way. Forfeited $10 cash bond. Albert Smith, no brakes on car. Forfeited $5 cash bond. John Martin Holt, running stop sign. Forfeited $5 casli bond. Clarence Volentine, drunkenness. Plea {cuilty: fined $10. William Oliver Glenn, Harvey Lester, Lloyd East, drunkenness. Forfeited $10 cash bond. Edgnr Henry, Daisy Muldrow, Troy Henclrix, Charles D. Howard, Elbort Ray Patterson, speeding. Forfeited $5 cash bond. Charles Lee, speeding. Dismissed William Oliver Glenn, no driver's license. Dismissed. State Docket The .following forfeited ?25 cash bond on a charge of Overload: 'Wlngfield-iJarnagaii, Va.talic Battery Company, Jones Truck Lines, Alvin Norman-, Elton Calhy, Wales Truck Lines, Chester Hamby. Hay Campbell, No driver's license. Forfeited $5 cash bond. Chester Hamby, Lee Griffin, Elton Cathy, evading weigh scales. Forfeited $25 cash bond. Ray Dickerson, drunkenness. Forfeited $10 cash bond. Illinois Pacific Coast Transportation Company and Albert Bunting, driver, No PSC authority. For- i'uited ?100 cash bond of which $50 is suspended. The following forfeited $100 cash bond on a-charge of no PSC authority: A. W. Snyder, John Sanders, Transport Rental System, Kenneth Blankenship, Vaughn Bailey, Hnyti Salvage Yard, Wendell Thomas, Thomas Montgomery. Frank Willtops, Robert Williams, Lee Vorsio Smith, Jonn Freeman Love, WiJbcrt Lee Morris, James Watson, burglary and grand larceny. -Examination waived, held to grand jury; bond fixed nl $250. Don Hall, no PSC authority, Dismissed on payment of cost, Harry R. Carpenter, speeding. Dismissed on payment of cost, James Tanner, No PSC authority. Dismissed withput prejudice, Emmet Walston, no brakes on car, Dismissed. Haskoll McKamio, fondling n minor. Dismissed. Civil Pocket Giles Foster vs. Thifus Young and Ulysses Young; Stephens Grocer Co., garnishoe; action on account for $12,30. Judgment for Plainiff by default for $12,39, and against garnishee. Brantley's Texaco Station vs. C. H, Bagwell nnd Hope Basket Co,; garnishee; action on account for ?114,50, Dismissed, (tide toward budget requests, and 'postponed consideration of from agencies which County the council voted to change its working rules to ~e!^ elude representatives' of news Mr, and Mrs, Charlie Pyo arc the , guests of their daughter, Mrs. Hanson Firmitv nnd fumU.v in yowr religious faith's OVERSEAS AJJ$ GIVHHROUfiH rOUR FAIIM ' M att'w ifitk" 4 m '44wftim& (miuit, snles ln\- moivy until after tho mpdlB fl ' om Hs deliberations. Keiinrnl nleclion. ! The council decided to consiider Sen. Marshall Shacklefor Jr., all budget requests and act on ' of El Oornrto. chairman, said quostion of policy facing HIP coun i cil was whether to recommend 1 budget increase." and pay raises j for state agencies operating on special revenues when a more | light-fisted altitude would have to be taken with agencies operatlrts on general revenues. them in closed executive sessions lo the end of each day's hearings. Rep Paul Van Dalsem of Perry County, Who enthusiastically supported Howell's motion, declared: "Too many of ais-make speeches strictly for the press—^including me." He said the "fuses' "name callings" arc "our and tousi- Unl/1 nfter the November Ballot- ness and nobody elses. Jury Declares From Page 6ft6 bond offered to secure a prisoner's release from custody where Submitted by ah insurance company. this in turn would likely i cftiSe mpriy deserving prisoners to have to remain in jail Until stich lime &s the courts cottkl pass rn the worth of the bond offered " tt could not be learned immediately what the jury rrjealtt by its reference to misleading information given to Faltbus or what evidence if received in the yesterday, Woman Killed In Train-Auto Wreck M(3T SPRlMGS. Ark. <APJ-"&rt automobile atid a train collide?! at a crossing here last night, kill- ihg a 38-year-old mother of five.' The victim WHS Mrs. Vance Da- Vis, 'who was ridlhg iri a car driven by her 17-year-old soh. «?rrry. The youth was hospitalized but was not believed injur'd seri ously Police said the right side of the auto was ripped off by the Rock Island diesel efipiho. nhd Ml' 1 ?. Davis Was pinned toetu-eefi the cnr and the train. 1*116 Warning signal at the cross* ing was working properly officers si Id. Cardinal Rones!!! Cdhtiflued *age one held up to thai time. Tight .'iecrecy surrounded 1h? ffcliborntions in Ihe barricade.'!, double locked and lightly guarded Vatican apartments where the' cardinals were confined until they reached a decision. Only the daily smoke signals ^ two Sunday and two Monday — gave indication n.f the progress of voting. The 'ballots normally ai'e bui'tieJ after every second vote. ' White smoke, supposed to. result from the burning of the pairer ballots alone, signals election of a pontiff, Wet straw traditionally is mixed with the paper to give black smoke, the signal for failure lo elect, The system broke down Sunday, when white smoke dime out nr.d touched', off -'false' reports that n prelate had been named. Monday Man Close to Continued Fiom Page One crats" drive for funds in Arkansas. Hinlon has headed the assess^ ment division for three ycafs, Alford announced the appoint' ment of Carpenler . ns his cam* palgn manager shortly after the p. tar by-product was mixed Ihe bfrllols. Black smoke resulted. Rumors -circulated that one 01' more of the aged cardinals was ill in the drafty, stone-floored con- 'clave apartments. There y.yis particular apprehension about v!cola Cardinal Conall, 8"l-yeai'-old member of the Vatican's top ad- minislralion who suffers from a heart ailment, The Italian radio said it had been authoritatively denied that he had suffered, ti stroke or heart attack. attorney revealed his resignation", Fattbus 'named t. W. Canada? to suffceea MintoTi. ??o suecessot to Cavpefiter was chosen imfrled'« lately Alror^. a member of the LlltlP Mock School fioafi^! aflhouflced" yesterday he would be a Write'ltt candidate against Haj's. A strong segregationist. Alford said the t%- cial Issue would be one of UiK main Issues of his batlipalgTi, Neither Faubtis hot 1 'Haj's had any corrirnent iftimediately oh -Al« ford's announcement he> WonM make the race. 51' DU6.WcTU«tl)il JiJ IS, M. VIEWING TV WltH tXCtUJIVI MOTOROLA OOLOfN OUAttANttl Full year guarantee on all tubes and parts, 5 years on 'Golden Tube Setttry Unit, Use as stereo sneaker. Fi»-£ 'tolfes! Chat- (* Chd«««l An!*) coal, Grained Mahogany or Grained Blond. Model 21T53, LISI YOU* TRADl 229" EASY PAY TIRE STORE 214 E. 2nd. Hope, Ark. Asks for Pcita on Soybeans -WASHINGTON CAP)—PPP. E. C. Gathings- iBty'Ark) yesterday asked Secretary' of Agriculture Benson for informafion on what is bping donp Jo utilize soybean products in relief feeding pro •grams ip other countries, Noting that farmers now are harvesting QUO p'f the largest soybean erpp? in. history, PsibJnss said thpl legislntiQi} passed by Congress last sumpner Authorized the department, for the ,f}rst tJmo. (Q utilise soybean- oil, flour ami meat in relief programs, Gainings asked to bp advisecj \vluU steps the department is toU j«g inidor it? ne\y authority, Hp .also mentioned that tlie. depart ment is no\y outhovi?ec| to bartt-r suj-phis 'soybean stock, in trades \vith other counties. . , th^,w ? 9kenij i , Mi's, '\y, ^. ft vvpeljend |vip«t Of -Mvs, Bop art 9)^ \ygs (aecom c "fey Wr#. ,^re^ $vly> \v?,els with hpy mp41xei' ' tt NOW • From Lion Research Laboratories comes ... in LION * =~ Full fTttoclc-Free Poorer High Gas / Controls Spark Plug Mis-Firing /Keeps Carburetor Clean s/ Multiplies Spark Plug Life / Conquers "Carburetor Ue" Stalling / Protects fuel System From Corrosion Now therms an,Wetting new standard of .power/effipienpy and proiegtion for the high* eonipi-essjon, precis^niwaehiiied engine^ qf ihis Rpokgt Age, By'/esplpitirig a - 1 —'- Wonite, This'Adyance'd'Supercharging addi*, tjve makeg .-Won "gasolines the first ing ppwer t estrg, effeieney and prqtestiQn for, o' oe 'e i , with modern, opened »p a This rg fufl is road? gemtye-l?? 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