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Tw* HOPE STAR, H0M, ARKANSAS , Master 21, 19S8 WINCED VICTORIES — 1" the final stages of assembly, numbers of America's latest operational antiaircraft weapon, the Nikq Hercules, move alone, a conveyor line at the Douglas Aircraft Co, plant in CluirlolU-. N.C. The Hercules, successor to Nike Ajax, Is a surface-to-air radio command mlssll* missiles known. The missile body, which can carry either a conventional or nuclear warhead, Is 27 feet ions' and ' s powered by. a solid fuel rocket motor. A 14-foot-long solid rocket booster provides initial impetus. Operational sincu July, first Herc'Uk'S units are stationed in the New York, Phila- capable of knocking down any manned aircraft or nonballistl^ delphla, Chicago and Washington-Baltimore areas. Prescott News Johnston . Buchanan Vows Exchanged Scotly of Little Rock were weekend guests in the home of Mrs. ,, , ,, „,,,,, i Hobble Wilson and Mr. imd Mrs. •Mr. and Mr.s. A. V. Buchanan I j,,| ln \y Davis the marriage of " announce the marriage of their daughter, Marion on Aug. 10 lo e"Pyt, Bobby L. Johnston of Willis- viilo. ..Private and M'rs. Johnston left Wednesday morning for Fort Rus-' us, VH. where he is stationed with ! tlie U. S. Army. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Bright had as their weekend guest, Mrs. Ben Massev of Little Hock. Brownie Troop 2 Meets ' B,ro\vnic Troop No. 2 mot on GUqtlday ;ifternoon at thy Teen Age Club, 'fliey embroidered dish towels during the afternoon. Gilda Fay Mines, hostess nf the Week, was "assisted 'by her mother Mrs. J. C. Jlines, in serving dainty peanut butter sandwiches and cold drinks to Briwnies, Glcnda Smith, Kay. Vandiver, Susan Ward, Janet Jovdan, Jenny Gray, Sandra Kay !Anderson,-Charlotte Arnold, Dorothy Covington, Helen Friend, Gail Calhoun Is Fighter of the Month By JACK HAND Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK lAP) — One thing about Rory Calhoun. the muscular music lover. lie always is eligible for the "Fighter of the. Month." Musial Admits He's Slowing Down a Bit PHOENIX. Ari/.. fAP)—Repub- iicf.n State Sen. William' Bourdon 1 listed expenses of $497 in his un- i successful campaign for re-elec- I lion. Jn a foolnotc^lo his financial ST. LOUIS (AP)—Stan Musial, | statement, he said "I received no 3.'i today, concedes he is slowim; I f'nr.nrinl help from anyone and Rory bo mnking his HXh appearance of the year tonight Graham, Janetto McAnnally and when he takes on old reliable " Chariotte EastrrJing who. wtis "Tiger" Jones at Madison coined as a new member and 'Mrs. j Square Garden. Aubrey Anderson, lender. Prayer I Except lor the fact that he has was led by Dorothy Cavington. I been making money, thi.s has not _ ___ i been one of Calhoun's better , Legion Auxiliary Me e ts With Mrs. Wllburn Willis A'hg American *Legit;n Auxiliary met on Monday* in tlie home 'of Mrs. Wilburn Willis with Mrs. Lpycc Anderson and Mrs. Lt\yis Garrelt co-hostesses. There wer.> 1G \ members present. Mrs,'Albert Peachey, president, presided during the business session, All Joined in pledging allegiance to the flag and reading "the preamble., Mrs, A. R. Underwood, chaplain, led in prayer. Various reports were given during the business mooting. better years. He was stopped for the first time, Jan. 20 by Spider Webb, in San Francisco. He also lost decisions to Jpcy Giardello anil Gone (Ace) Armstrong, NOW he is No. 10 middle in the Ring rank(i by Iho National in the light heavy and No. Boxing Assn. The follow in the other corner cam.e with your TV set. Tin's will be Jones' 34lh television appearance. Only Jack Paor does bot- . "ie r o}a Tige, to ° nclivo lhls 30, hasn't been year, He boko Mrs. Underwood, program chntr- i OVtm ul lw( > bouts with Kid Gnvi man,' presented the • program on Ian, another oldlimer, and lost "Thanksgiving" giving the story I ° J ' m Hcgcrle Ho bounced buck ol the first Thrmksgivjng Day, its; b - v stopping _highly regarded Mick, meaning and its oi-oin. Sho closed ^ Cmwforci on a NHh round TKO meaning and ils orgin. She closed With a beautiful ipoem. A dessert epurse' and coffee was served, , ,, . WMS Has R9yal Servip? Program The monthly Royal Service Pro- .gvnm of the WMS of the First Baptist Church was presented on Monday afternoon at Ihe church witli , 15 attending. ' *" Mrs, A, E. Evans, the program chairman of Circle 2 w<>s in char- go", The opening spng was "O Vor A Thousand Tongues to Sing." Mrs, Evans gave, the devotional and- Mrs, Stainton led in prayer. .. ^'he theme of the program was «'The Ransom Shall Come With Songs," Others taking part werg syirs, L. L. Evans. Mrs. lUottie Robinson, Mrs. Al Plylur, Mrs. C, , 33. \Yjhnore aqd Mr s.Stainton. Mrs, f. P, Wines vo]ped the ejos. jng prayer. | Sept. 10 in Chicago. Calhoun, 24, has a 37-53-1 record. Hi? is a solid puncher, eage-j 1 to swap but an eaf>y target. Jones, with a record of 45.234, is, a thick.- nocked body puncher who seldom puts up a bad fight. The TijU-r claims both Yonkers and St, /\J- bans, N.Y., as his homo .wl)ilp Calhoun is booked out of While Plains, N.Y. NBC radio and television will cary the 10 moid match, starting at 10 p.m. iJSST). ..Miss Snra Jane McGill has returned fropi fulsa, Okla. where .she was (ho guest of Mr. and Mrs. ,W- J- Pavidson. Pverett, Stuttsman and chil- Hoaon, Fight to Trip Motch Leaders By MEXICO CITY (AP> — Americans Ben Hogan and Sam Snead, sought Jo overtake the Avistralia pjitrv in fhe team race foj- (he Canada Golf Cun ("day aftQr a hertip first I'Qyiifl that of Texarkana, Mr. and Mrs. Watson Porter and children and and Ms "warrer .Porter cl c n "< S 5 • 3 oVa ^ were U w" int ° t0<1 > aV ' S oi seyorpl siipwJsp* P"d u?l ^artf.-' from Colombia. Thc Unl ""<» stl ^* - Lynda) of Ft. stroke, behind Australia. lyH'Hj'ii s' n ia. a Jiujfi «!avin? in his the weekend euest of Mr. and ,, 'jMrs A A Patrick [ *" l 'na,tionil jti^lrh iurnpij. 11,1 *„_!__ Hhree-under-par 69 went a C> Into !'. snd Mrs. James Gutjtrle ghlldren of Camo'en spent Sun- With Mr, and Mrs. B A. De- pj itaitin Guthrie, lead tha in the. in or r?l^yet'g among the (g frpm Two iron .s'xot nrti«l^ from Oton and pi, ¥g of 70. His paitner Nagle had W- . sis foot birdie pytt ori the final has : < , vospfsanrs- . on , n ., ^ r j pn f inn , aiag, fxvbgA- Britf down a bit but still thinks he can play a couple of more seasons. Hi; has set his sights on pnother baseball milestone. "I'd like to be first in hits in the National League," said the S 1 , Louis Cardinal star. Musial h:is 3.1UJ for his IG-ypar-career. Honus Wagner holds the league J-ocord with. 3,43.0. very litlle of any other kind." Menu to Be Served in School Next Week Menus to be served In Hppe Public schools for the week of Nov. 24: j Monday -soup and crackers;cheese Last"'season Musial became tbe ' sa »dwich. Peanut Butler and Jelly sandwich. Fruit Jello, Cookie,Milk. Tuesday: Turkey and. dressing and gravy: Mashed 'Potatp'es.:' also Green Beans, Cranberry. ; , Sauce, Enriched Bread, Harvest'-Festival Cake: and Milk. eighth major leaguer to reach the 3,000-hil mark and surpassed Iho recently injured Mel Oil's record for extra bases. Musial, who also celebrates hit; 19th wedding anniversary today. turn him to the outfield. "Left field is a breeze corn- expressed pleasure at Cardinal I Wednesday: Turkey Hash and But- Mana{(er Solly Hemus' plan to re- date, McKinley Rawlings; ; seeks the post now held 'by Joe Pierce. pnrod Ito first base," said S!a i The district includes n ' -Negro pared to first base," said Stan ' • ...... "It gives me a chance to coneen- trn.tQ more on my hilling." Maintnin.ing two weeks is enough for him to reach top ,physi- school and a white school. CLARENDON, Ark. (AP)—The president of the Clarendon Industrial Development Corp. .says do- two weeks late for sprin. cal condition, Musial said he | nations by residents provided $90,plans to ask permission to report ! 000 lo help finance buildings for '• "-''" '"'" '— ~-- ! -- train-,'Ihe Stoddnrd Manufacturing , Co. 'The oflicial, Harry McCabe, said school children even gqye 4 their lunch monei' in the drivo'tbV^tVthe plant, which will employ-, bout 300 my, Musial qbnccded he won't able to play steadily all next season. He tired badly late last season. "But if I take a couple of! persons; days off each week, I can play' about; 125 games," he said, Another L R, Board Hopeful Withdraws LITTLE ROCK (AP>—A second Cfinri H,)tc for the LilUr ftork Schonl Board withdrew from Ihn rac< inday. The action reduced to 13 (he total number of Candidates for tlif six board seals. Viiittthfin Winston, a trucking company oprratnr, said he had entered the raee only because it had apl>r,-i)i'd until shortly before the filini! drndlinc that all the posi' lions would nol be filled. "Now since there have been good people who filed for all positions.' he said, ". . . there is ho m-cil for mo to continue in thii race. Five scats on the integration- irn'iblcd board presently are vn- cant because of a mass resignation of members. The sixth position is held by Dr. Dale Alford, whoso term expires this year, The posts will be filled nt f 111.- regular Dec. 0 schoole election. In his withdrawal statement. Winston praised the old school board members for "outstanding courage and fine public service displayed by thtm under very Irving conditions and in the face of very strong feelings displayed some." The school board resignations were submitted in the face of n new federal court ruling directing that positive steps 'be taken hero toward public school integration. Winston had ben In a three-way race for a two year term succeeding Wayne Upton, the resigned 'board president. The others seeking Upton's Seat are Russell H. Matson Jr., a contractor, and C. C. Railey, an official of the Plumbers and Steam- filters union. Matson is a member of a five-candidate slutc put forth by a group of downtown businessmen. Railey has classified himself as an "independent.." Originally 15 candidates filed Cor school board positions. The first to withdraw was Mrs. Mildred Clayton, whose husband also filed and remains in the race. Mrs. Ckyton gave no reason for her action. James T. Karam, the first to announce intentions of becoming a candidate, abandoned his plans Karam is a close personal friend of Gov. Orval E. Faubus, who has closed Little Rock's public high schools Every Family Comes to This Crisis-When Th«!r Child Asks About Old Santa Claus Services Today for McClellan's Father SHERIDAN, Ark. (AP)— Funeral services were hold here today for Isaac S. McClellan, father gf Sen. John L. McCleltan CD-Ark). The elder McClellan, 87, died tcred Rice: English Peas; Hot Roll and, Butter, Honey and Milk, ,' Thursday and Friday no school I for Thanksgiving Holidays. By HAL BOVLE NEW YORK <AP> - Wr havo just survived onp nf those storms of (Unilit that shaee family lift- t , the roots. It was a new crisis in an >>]-\ belief—a crisis for which I wa" guile unprepared. Without any warning my daughter. Tracy, who U nearly halt p::st five, looked up from the floor, and asked: "Daddy, do you think there's a Santa Claus?" "Well, if there isirt." I rtMiliod aljseni'fnindedly, "I don't knov What tho Qpn-incrrts will do in ' 1S60,' "Well, you know what 1 hear? i 1 hear there ain't really any Santa , Claus at all It's just your father! and mother all the time." "Where did you hear that"" , "Never mind.' said Tracy, leer ing up craftlJy. "But thr> words going around All the Uids are I 'talking about it." There was a lengthy silence as my mind churned frantically Long af>'o t had clipped out thai fine old newspaper editorial, "yes. Virginia, there is a Santa Claus," foreseeing that some day it would come handy in just such an emergency. But 1 couldn't remember whrre I'd put it. "•Well, Daddy, what do you think about Santa Claus?" prodded Tracy. "Tell me truly." "When I was a little boy we used to hang up our stockiirt every Christmas eve," 1 replied evasively. "And we always tried to get the biggest stocking we could find. We hoped Santa Claus would fill it up. "The next morning, sure enough, and ri-jht at the bottom of the sock was a great big orange, the best gift of all. People didn't have, an orange every day then. What do you think of that?" "It sounds to me like Snnlii Claus was pretty hard up in those days," said Tracy in one of Ihe classic understatements of the 2fl»h century. But «he dmpppd th? subject. 1 ho other nlghl when I came hutrio she climbed up nr'xt to m*3 MI the sofa. She held n pencil and I' i pel "Daddy, there are an awful lot df liars in this neighborhood," sh-3 ••ni--l. smoothing out her dress. '! mean about Santa Claus." They boen saying it's just your fnlhnr and mother. Gut t went to the department store With" Mommy this afternoon. And guess Legal Notice Who 1 saw. "Santa ClaUs hitnseH, he's even fatter tftis year. He's eveh fatter than"— words failed her for a moment — "He's eVen fatter than 1 'mulled over this insult. TracV handed me the paper and pencil. "t want you to help me writo a letter to Sahta Claus and tell him what f want him to biing n>«g for Christmps." "Why," d suggested, "don't you go back to the department store. climb up in old Santa's lap. give him a bis kiss, ahd tell him yo.ur- Se "i'hi soared to— after the thing" I've been saylh* about him Ihe last two weeks " said Tracy. /'I think we'd better deal wilh him by mail." City Can't Issue Identity Stickers LITTL-E ROCK CAP) — An Arkansas; city cannot legally issue automobile owner identification stickers if it charges a fee for .liiem, the attorney general's office ruled today. In an opiniop to Gilv Atty. Pettus Kincannon of Fort Smith. Chief Asst. Atty. Gen, Roy Finch said the courts previously had heW| that cities' could not adopt powers not conferred on them by the Legislature. 'The 1957 Legislature abolished the cities' authority to license automobiles. Wednesday in Pine Bluff, where he had been hospitalized Nov. 7 following'a heart attack, The annual school election Will be held by the'qualified electors of the Patmos School District No. 0 of. Hompstead County oil Saturday, Deceniebr 6, 1958, between the hours of. 8:00 a. m. and 6:80 p. m. The electors will vote a school tax of 27 mills to be levied for debt service and general fund for the operation of schools of said district and for one board member to be elected for Post No. 1 for a period! of five years. The polling places in the district will be the" same as heretofore designated. SIGNED; Gary Formby 'Secretary of School Board Nov. 14, 21, 28, 1958 o Legal Notice The annual school election will be held by the qualified electors of the Blevins School District No. 2 of Hempstcad County on Saturday, Decemebr 6, 1958, between the hours of 8:00 a. m. and 6:30 p. m. The electors will vote, a school tax of 37 mills to be levied for debt service and general fund for the operation of schools of said district and for one board member to be elected for Post No. 1 for a period of five years. The polling places in the district will be the same as heretofore designated. SIGNED: Ralph Boyce Secretary of School Board Nov. 14, 21, 28, 1958 _ ~~The annual school election will be held by the qualified electors of the Spring Hill School District No. 10 ofHempstead County on Sat- ttrday, Decetnebr 6, 1958, between the hours of 8:00 a, m. and 0:30 p, m. The electors will vote a school tax of 30 mills to be levied for debt service and general fund tor the operation of schools of said district and for ohe board member to be elected for Post No. 1 for a perioJ[ of five years. Ihe polling places in the district will be the same as heretofore designated, SIGNED: R. A. Sooter Secretary of School Board NoV, 14, 21, 28, 1958 __ Legal Notice Legal Notice The annual school election will be held by the qualified electors.of the Washington School District No. 12 of: Hempstoad County on Saturday, Decemebr 6, 1958, between the hours of 8:00 a.'m. and 6:30 p. m. The electors will vote a, school tax of 34 mills to be levied for debt service and general fund for the operation of schools of said district and for one board member to be elected for Post No. 1 for a. period of five years. The polling places in the district will be the same as heretofore designated. SIGNED: Sam H, Smith Secretary of School Board Nov. H, 21, 28, 1058 The annual school election will be held by the qualified electors o| the Saratoga School Dislilct Nc»9 and 11 of Howard and Hempstead Counties on Saturday, December C, 1958, between the hours of 8:00 a. m. and 6:30 p. m. The electors will vote a school tax of 30 mills to be levied for general fund for the operation of schools of said district and for one board member to be elected for Post No. 1 for a period of five years. The polling places in the district will be the same as heretofor^ designated. "" SIGNED: Mrs. Mary S. Goodman Secretary of School Board Nov. 14, 21, 28, 1958 , Legal Notice __ The annual school election will be held by the qualified electors of the Hempstead County School D;strict No. 3 ofHempstead County on Saturday, December 6, 1958, bc|J tween the hours of 8:00 a, rn. and 6:30 p, m. The electors will vote a school tax of 34 'mills to be levied for debt service and general fund for the operation of schools of said district and for one board member to be elected for Post No. 1 for a period of five years. The polling plaices in the district will be' the same as heretofore designated, SIGNED; E. R. Brov/n Secretary of School Board£ Nov, 14, 21, 28, 1958, News Briefs WALDRON, Ark. AP)—A ti"i<--i| tor, overturned on a farm hero yesterday, killing Stell McAclams. | about SO, a resident of nearby Bates, stumps cuiu'cd. McAda.ms when tho W.as pulling accident oc- BUSSELLV1LLE, Ark. (AP) — Some 200 Canadian scese arrived hero bv truck yesterday for Uic Holla Bund Nationnl WiUlhU. Rt-f- UKO. on the Arkansas River near Rtiss,cllvilje. The geese were shipped from Swans Lake National Wildlife Refuge near S'jmnor, Mo PINE BLUb'F, Ark CAP1—A NV-j gro is opposing a while man for a i swat on the, TJollarway District | SphooJ Bonrd. The Negro eandi- a shaky 15! fo i>13th place nnd favored' South Africa 154 foi 17th place. Torakichi (Pete) Nak.unuira, the defending UUehglder, started po-> ly worWi a 4-ov<5r-pH!' 40 then steadied for a 70. His partner ^oichi Ono had 75, Highly touted Gary Player ot- South. Africa who nlso turned in a 75. Notice No, 8130 In the Chancery Court i j of Hpmpsload County, Ark, ' W. B. HOLLIDAY Plaintiff vs, SONNY BOY KPMP and, LJSSSIE p, ^A^IER. et pi.) - Defendant WARNINQ SHPER The defendants, 'SONNY BOY KEMp at>4 t'ESSlp p. et al. are warned 1° ^pp 0 ? 1 within itoU-ty ^ a 'Vs w$ the complaint q>l the Plaintiff, \V, B. my hand, ?ind the seal o{ court this, 5U\ d?y of No-«| yember, Ifl.'xS, SYEBS, Cl^rk, . ?, U, ?), ?9, 195.8 Uo annual l\p)^ by U» J5vu»m$f.V qjepljon of; jn.. The *lft?ipi'* will, vote ja sphool' Pi 3J j anrt, . for bfi foe dpbi , f«jid |nr the S TO ^^ Lowest Price Per Cubic Foot Of Any Leading Brand More Storage Sp Modern Design t Easy QP^ Sofety Ut t Ho Sweat Cabinet t Floating •f-V Ji: I'sV^ '*4 I s -- ,..'>-,

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