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Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, November 25, 1958
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•H8P! STAR, HOM, ARKANSAS Tuesday, , 19S§ Accounting Plan Continued frlofh Pale One of nboiil $71.000 nhfnially over the current appropriation. Cheney said Ihtjst of the ndditirinal money Avollld be Xist-d for ll-ovol expenses for field auditors colleclifia various taxes. 'He told thfe eauHcil his deportment collected nearly las million dollars last year nl a cnlleellon. cost of only .0132 per cm! The commlssiohtr al*n nskM that n separate annual pppmpi M- tlon of $45,000 be mtitlo for thn Arkansas Hftcing Commission, lie said the addition of a greyhound track at West Mmphis hnft in- ftWnsetl the number of I'nc'niR days frotn *S1 to 131 n y*nr Chdnoy IS Mt-'officto spcret.uy of the Racing Commission. After hearing Cheney, the council Went into closed session to act on budgets presented 'chrller. Yesterday the Stale Civil !>,- fensc Agency won a co'unell i oc- ommerrdntton for n'^harp Increase in its Wdg'et. The average freight-cor on U>- S. .railroads travels about 47 miles a day. Judge to Hear Arguments FOliT SMITH. Ark fAP>—U.S. Distil 4 .(udHp John K Miller said todny hr would he "fjlnrl 1o Menr nmifnrtn? from nny parlien \vfth a valid IntiTPst In (he case" ho fore he nets on a federal appeals coiirl niiuidatc nrderlnfi positive steps tnwnrd lntet«iniioli of Little Hock's closed high schools. The 7!i-year-Id jurist, \>-hn originally approved the Little Tloek Kraduiil plnn of InloRrntion in IftSfl. snid he ci.uld lake no action tint!I he rpt-v-iVcs tho Eighth U.S. Cir- eolirt of Appeals mnndalc. oxpcct- pd a bou I Dec 3. "Thon n lot depends on the ex- ad wnrrtinji of the mandate," Miller sriid. ''ft may bf that I will be nble to Issue an order without a henriiiK. but I will be nlad to set a hearing for nny parties who winh 1o be hoard." The jticl^e said Hie U.S. Justice Department might file ti brief, as federal attorneys hnve in other phases of the integration case,-but he made it clear the- Justice tie- pnHmofit would ii'il be able to tell him how to proceed "I've never yet allowed an at- loint-y to tell me how In conduct my eniiise arrd 1 won't <=tart now." Millft- said ''The Justice Dfpait- Inent is perfectly welcome to file T brief and pro«rnt It's at unmciYls on how II thinks I "shrnild piocetd. but this will be in the nature of suKgpstlnf; rather than tellitifj. ' | The judge said he had imliucted District Court Clerk H. Orndy Miller nt Little nock to mr-.il him n'. copy of the mandate v/hleh will be I reci'lvi'd first in the clerk's Office ' Judge Miller said he hull not • been contacted by any new parlies! wishing to enter !he case. Present litixniils are the National Assn. tor the Advancement of Colnrod People, ncliiiK in behalf of Neyi-o students, the Little Rock School Hoard, and the .tustice Department as a friend of the court. The. judge 1 declined to spc-culnlf on what course litigation may lake. "That might put me in the position of instructing the litl«:inu." he snid. "and 1 have never done that " Miller said he was astonished nl tho volume of mail he receives daily pertaining to the case. Hi 1 said he gets letters from all purls of the nation .verging him to inake Prescott §1618 glass Hold Supper The membeis and g'iiests of the a short talk. Rev. C. E. the First Church of The Nazareilc day morning in the home of Mrs. R ' W Hambright MVs P. A Escane called the meeting to order that was opened with sentence .prayer after which she conducted the study on "Two or Thiee Togelhei Mrs Gene Hale voiced the closing proyer. auxiliary on Wednesday night. Bannister, pastor of I Mr. and Mrs feobby students at Ouachita College Spent the weekend with their pai-efits, Mr and Mrs L L Buchanan ahd Mr and Mrs. H C McBrayer. regret to know of the recent death" 9t fter fcfotfier, -$. R. LiVingstori of Corpus Chrisli, Texas. Bible Class of the First Presbyter- was introduced as guest speaker lan Church held a supper meeting Kr used as his theme 'The Life in the basement of the chflftii Wii 0 f a Chrislian." Wednesday night, Nov. 10th. The )neetin>g was called to ordei* by Jim Morns president of the class. The invocation was by Jim Nelson. B Mrs. fe, fe, Shell ftainbow Garden 6lub The home of Mrs. E. E. Mrs. Jim N e lsofl Entertains Wednesday Bridge Club Mrs. Earl E-ppler. Mrs. J Franks. Mrs. Bob Reynolds, Mrs. Mark Justiss and Mrs. S. B. Scott were added guests when Mrs Jim Nelson entertained the Wednesday' Bridge Club at her home on Wed- Shell i nesday afternoon Mr ahd Mrs. Pock Hoffman find daughter of Okoloha Were Saturday visitors iri Prescott. Friends of Mrs. T, E. Logan w!ll M>< and Mrs. Otto riesttsrloy of SfiteS R"dufe, L^. aflnouncei'^he arrival of a son, Ernest Otto, Nov. 20, M6. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kes- terly ahd Mr. ahd Mf-s. A. B. Efskifie St. of preseolt ai-fe the fei-atid parefits, The food was served by the'was the scene for the Ptoyerrvber ! T no pEn ty rooms %veie beautiful menu committee, Al Daniel, Ira: meeting off the Raintttw' Garden j y clecoratofl( with arrangements of Davis and John William DaVlS. A j Club Mrs. gllis Stewart was as-' orchid chrysanthemums gunpial conversation Of fellowship: sitting hostbss 1 Autumn flnweis in | jvr rs Blain rtays \\on (he high was enjoyed during the meal. Bob I graceful arrangements decorated • gcore pr i zc . Reynokls gave the devottofial and; the rooms. j other members included Mrs. Mrs. Albert Peaehry, jjresident. | Guss McCaskill, Mrs. H. H. Mc- called the meeting to order and I Ken-/.ie. Mrs. Saxon Regnn. M'rs. one decision or another. "They seem to think a judge can do anything he chooses," Miller said. "But all a judge can do Is reach an Impartial decision according to IHVV." The appellate court two Weeks ago ordered the School board to proceed toward integration but did not outline how this could be done. The city's four high sehools have been cloFoel by Gov. Or'Val E, Ftill- J e , bus as an nnti-iiitoeratioh hieas- Sandwich order loft the .ways and to Judge Miller and the Hot dog! Homemade sandwiches ...ham andicheese...luncheon meat...and Morton's Potato Chips! Shacks arid sandwiches are fun on the weekends, and so easy for Mom to prepare. Morton's Potato Chips just naturally go with this kind of easy-fixing easy-eating. A big family-size bag of Morton's Potato Chips adds so much to any "quickie" meal, yet costs so little. Be sure you have this famous Sandw.ich-Partner around your house this weekend, lire The means mandate is expected to spell out the court's opinion on how Miller should pfocced. • Legal sources have said the issue of constitutionality of the school-closing law, Cinder which Faubus emptied the tour public high schools, must be -joined in the case before a solution can be reached. The school - closing law was uphold -recently in a state chancery court and presently is under appeal to the Arkansas Supreme Court .but it has not been challenged in federal -court. Miller said he kncsv of no move by anyone to bring the issue of the school - closing law into the present case. The judge said he realized that public interest in the case was extremely high and regretted he had no more information at present. "We s i m p 1 y can't adjudicate cases in advance," .he said. led the club creed repeated In, Clarke White, 'Mrs. Dallis Atkins unison. Mrs. Bert Wing-field, sec-! n nd Mrs. Basil Munn. retary. called the roll and road j A salad course was served by the minutes of (he October moot- i the hostess. ing. j Plans Were discussed for the an- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gilbert were nual Christmas supper party that j Thursday visitors in Texarkana. will be held at the Broadway Hotel on Dec. 9. -Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Thomas Mrs. A. R. Underwood had char- were guest speakers at the PTA ge of the program from the study meeting at Bodcaw Thursday- night book on "Flower Arranging" and spoke on "Proper Containers." A dessert plate and coffee was served to 11 members and a guest Mrs. Harroll Hines. and showed slides of their recunt trip abroad. Spiritual Life Group Meets The monthly meeting of the Spiritual Life Group of the First Me- Dr. and Mrs. N. R. Nelson returned Thursday night from Little Hock where Dr. Nelson attended an Arkansas Optometric Assn. meeting at the Marion Hotel Wednesday and Thursday, Mrs. Nelson thodist Church was held Wc'dncs- attended a dinner meeting of the SOUTHWEST FOLKS BUY MORE MORTON'S POTATO CHIPS THAN ANY OTHER BRAND Negro Charged With Felonious Assault NEW YOHK (AP)^-Daniel Taylor. 38, has been charged with felonious assault after his' 13-year- old stepdaughter plunged to her death from n sixth-floor apartment when he threatened to punish her Police said Taylor, a Negro, was about to whip the girl, Margaret White, with a strap Saturday night niter she had disobeyed her mother, Dorothy Taylor, 'and had stayed out all day. "If . ypu take another step, .I'll jump." the p.'irl screamed as she perched on the ledge" of an open window in their apartment. Taylor said Jve didn't believe hoi He moved .forward, and Mm- wet jumped, he' said,* The as sault charge resulted from ins sloppm? the girl before she threatened to jump. ENJOY.... I THANKSGIVING DINNER | - BY EATING OUT - J WE'RE SERVING f and ALL THE TRIMMINGS Call 7-3420 for Table Reservations Business Failures in U.S. Total 260 NEW YORK (AP) — Business failures during the week ended Thursday totaled 260 compared with 274 the previous week, Dunn & Bradstioot Inc., reported toda^ Tho latest total, lowest in 10 weeks, is below the 308 in the similar 1957 woel?. FOB "BO INTROPUCES A NPM/ STYWNQ CYCI,e«,», NPW "felNfiAR t9CK«t A itar bursts into the »pPf? p??l Jb» '$? Oldsmobile spent VP 9 wfy>!» new »Utp In pgt9n\ot!)(f }tyliE>i! The illm, trim i!lh<?o«tt? fpfKj 9^ 8 tre»?l ei*?ntvrf }t9fj'J _ frf ss fiU WMfRf Y2U RIBf ASIA i pWx jytwtW^B • * v >--i ttW'S a ScS9«Sf SffSMS •< • ?«fj»* ft?te SAW*! ,lif* " ' stela 4»jp?p*. m. H»'« .*.tw T9 -' *t X9W r^' J* • ^ &$*Z t«'3P?%f ,\'. •', > u5 ,V~^' U^T! Hope, Arkansas HOW MUCH or WHAT voirve GOT IS COVERED? 'f 1 Does your insurance cover 1 your house at today'f values ? Do you know that a house — built in 1937 for $10,000, now would cost $25,000... built in 1946 for 12,000, now would cost 18,000... built in 1951 for 15,000, how would cost 19,000? Are you adequately insured in view of such a drastic increase in construction costs? ,^ What about your personal property? The value of furniture, appliances, clothing, and other household goods also has skyrocketed. Do you have enough protection? v • , Too little protection can result in serious loss! Let us check your insurance program 'to make sure that "What You've Got Is Covered:". 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