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.- q To City Subscriber*! , If you fail fa §§* yduf Star please telephens ,7*5431 by 6:36 p. m. 6fid d Ipfefiiflt gaffi Will deliver y&UP 69TH YEAR: VOL, Kftif* Star Far Weather Reports See Ceturnn af Bettam bf This Page HOPE, ARKANSAS, Winners in the Annual Christmas Parade Announced K ; :•- J vX^,,;'^ V/<> »t h.*.-, * J fV»" W**v'» ^' *A ' . < v^ ,$' "u ., * ,A* , ^ .' First placer Junior High School Second pjace,, First, Baptist'Church -r'ljbir'dj'pjsce,, KIwanis Club', iS<i'«.Mjf(Kw.,»#tH«i«,"3i-v.-;«i^fi.,iV^i- 1 ,"' • , • Y^f-'O^estiy 'School « , _' VlV,^>,uS.-.^X%^ / M>" T, J- ••>**-™*£j c V5 iS-t- 1 .1 ' "" ~>i*^s r v «i'* J-*i7 ^ f^^ r Fr&i ff v£.vZ RIDAY, DICIMBID 5, 195S M*mbtf: fh« A*, Net Paid Cinr. » mat. I Audit tufHtt 8l Cffttilttliftl J-pl. 18. HSI u j,494 PRICE Be COPf Bulletin . Jlnssld Cnmpbell of fiope was Injured shoi-tly ntlsr I p.m. toddy when struck down by an auto nl Second nlid Mnln 111 downtown ^Hope. The car wns driven by How* 'nrd Turner of SprlhR Itlll. Mrs, Campbell WHS rushed lo a local hospital for treatment. Although it couldn't be Immediately determined, her condition wns not believed Very serious. Investlgat' ins city officers made no charge. Democrat Split on Civil Rights cored at Meet By D. HAROLD OLIVER ., WASHINGTON (API — The North-South 'Democratic split over civil rights was underscored nt n [inrly cicclcntial honrlng called today. One Southerner called Na Uonnl Chairman Pntil M. Butler fl troublemaker and yaid he should So removed. 4 Butler's friends on the National Committee expressed confldonco that Butler, who favors a strong civil rights plank In the party's I960 platform, would ride out any ouster or censure move In a full Continued on Page Four Weather • Experiment Station report for 24.hours ending at 7 a. m. Friday, High 75, Low 41, no precipitation. Total 1958 precipitation through November, 52,03 inches; during the spme period a year ago, 07.90 inches. . Regional Forecast By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ^*_A11 sccloins: , Clear to partly cloudy this afternoon, tonight and Saturday, considerably colder this a|tprnoon and tonight, continued eql'd Saturday, S u n d a y partly clpudy and continued cold. High thii afternoon mid to high 40s con trpl, low to mid 40s northeast, ngar 50 southeast and southwest. nitr 40 northwest; low tonight ink 1 to^30,*cgnlrnl, , low Jo,, mid,. 20s northeast and ^northwest, near 30 southeast and,' southwest, Nine Children, One Adult Perish in Home Fire I50V12H, Del. (At 1 )—Nino children nhtl ah nduH perished Thkirs' tiny night when n kurosctip stoVu exploded and n flnsh tli'o destroyed Ihcir rural (wine. Sik of the children wci-c broth- crs and sisters. Throa others (jur- vlvod. Three others — two mtullg nnd n child — were injured, I-'ircmrin found them coming clown a road li'oni the isolated liomc, scutrchliiK fin- hol|>. The child Is In crillctil condition. When two volunteer fire doparl- ments 'from four miles nwny reached the two - story frame house, In centrnl Delaware riboul 15 miles from here, It"whs almost destroyed "It was -pretty murli of n flush fire," said Clayton's fir/j chief. James O, Knotts. Fifteen Negroes, nil ii'lnlcd, lived in the house, which hud neither electricity nor runnlnc water. Lovciia Cuyler, 22, whoso son Lovle, 5, ilied In Ilia fire, Jumped from n second-floor window. Sho .suffered minor injuries. Vnlnriu K. Wilson.5, managed to stumble out of (ho house from n first-floor room. She wils in critical condition with burns over 00 per cent of. her body. Her six brothers and sisters died in the fire. They wore 1'Yod- die, 0, Ernest. 8, Torena, :i, Sonju, 2, Wand,-),), and dicky. -I months. Tho other dead wore William Archer 12, the Wilson children?' uncle; Lydia Archer. 10 months, a first cousin; and M.irgdivl Ressix. .-'bout 22, o£ nearby Smyrna. She wns visiting. , The mother, Mrs, C/illu.. Wilson, 28, wns at work at n re,-ilauranl Jii Smyrna. Tier husband Samuel is in Georgia. It was not known where. ARKANSAS — Clour to' partly cloudy through tonight, Considerably colder this afternoon and tonight, cold Saturday. Lowest tonight' 20-30,- Highest Saturday 3545, MISSOURI; Partly cloudy north, cli m I n I s hing cloudiness south; much colder today; partly cloudy north, considerable clc-udi- ness south tonight and Saturday; snow possible extreme south Saturday; colder tonight and Salur- day; high today 20s north, Jow 30s in south; low tonight 10 in north- cast, low 20s southwest, LOUISIANA — 'Pd'-tly cloudy through Saturday, considerably colder this afternoon nnd tonight, cold Saturday, Lowest tonight 2038 north and 32,42 south.. THE WEATHER ELSEWHERE By THE ASSOCIATEO PRESS High Low Pr, Albany, cloudy 30 33 .02 Albuquerque, clear 72 41 Anchorage, clear 18 3 Atlanta, cloudy 03 40 31s>narck. clear 20 -2 Boston, cloudy 4-t S/i .6<i Buffalo, cloudy 41 IjO .01 Chicago, clear 43 10 Slevolaiid. snow 40 33 .0!? enyor, clear 5D 21 ,20 Des JVJoines, >:lear 40 12 Detroit, cloudy -|3 20 . 7 Prt Worth, cloap 78 3!i -Iclpna, snow 3ii 1 ,05 'ndianapojls,' cloudy 45 £fl ,03 Kansas CHy, cigar -18 21 Angeles, cloud/ 75 57 villc, situw 51 f<3 ,57 Memphis, cloudy 71 40 , clear WO i'4 vle><r 40 0 Orleans, cjcar TJ 58 New YotH, cloudy 42 4.1 ,34 Pity, clear fi§ 3Q Omajii»> dear- 47 U Philadelphia, rain 43 4Q 1 ,0} Phoenix, clear 75 HQ Pittsburgh, cloudy 41 36 .07 Portland, Me,, cloudy 33 W Portland, Ore,, slowly 4Q '37 flapi^Cjty, snow n Q ,q\ iichrnojid, clear 57 44. St. kpyis, dear 47 20 .07 Salt Itffce Pity, •}!!«?" 51 go s*w 'Ripgo,, cjoydy oa - sa Sun, FfqncJ&co, cleut' 1?< 4? cty « 36 0) j Qjoudy 4a &} ,0i o~i Thousands See Annual Yule Parade Here Thousands of persons lined the downtown streets of Jlopo last night for the annual parade which ushers in Iho Christmas season, marks the first visit by Santa Cliius and officially turns on the colorful lights in the downtown area. The parade, considered one of the best, was an undertaking of the Junior Chamber of Commerce and local merchants, First prixo of $75 wont to Ifopc Junior High School. The theme of tho winning float was a Holy Night scene. Second place and $50 went to First Baptibt Church which pjclur- cd u Choir, robed, standing before a stained glass window. Third place and $25 went to the KjWiinis Club float, "We Throe Kings." Fourth and $12.50 wont to Lon- okc BaipUsl Church float, "There Was No. Room in the Jim." Fifth place and ,?J2,50 went to Garland School, "Tho Littlest Angel." All the entries were' excellent. Paisloy's float was "J Hoard the Bolls on Chiislmas Puy"; Ogjosbys was tho "Manger Scent-"; Yorger High, "The BethJohem Journey"; Brookwood, "Silver Bells' ; Pros- bylcriiln Church, "God fles^ Ye Merry Gentlemen." The Jaycccs expressed appreciation lo the fine school .bands, Hope Junior and Senior High, Verger IJjgh awl especially to the pros colt High School band, as well as Miss Hospitality and the National Guard color guard, 20 Hour Work Week Will Soon Be Here NtfiW YOttR (At 1 ) - A 20-houi- work week will b<! hct-c' snflnor limn most pei>|)k % Ililnk, soys a noted physicist. Dr. Boris Progd, retiring presl ttt-iit of the New York Academy of Sciences, snys people will hitvc lo be re-educnlod In ways of using up Ihcir Itullvldal powers. His views were prc'senled al tht 1 aciulemy's nnininl dinner held al the academy imnutil meeting Monday Miller Gets Mandate on Integration FORT SMITH, Ark. (API— U.S District Judge .John E. Mllln- today received a mandate from n .'Hud«e panel of the Rlfthlh U.S. circuit Court of Appeals ordering "affirmative steps" toward school lutenration at Little Rock. Miller said he was "giving consideration to a date for a hearing in time for any Interested parlies who might deslro to be hoard." He added, however, that he would not set the date before next week, The appellate judges ordered Miller lo enjoin tho Little Rock School Board and others ugainsl lousing of public school property for use MS .p rival o, segregated .schools and against acts which might "impede, thwart or frustrate" integration, Tho mandate, confirming a Nov. 10 rulhiK of the throj appellate judges, left it up lo Mllhn lo spoil out what steps toward Intograllon should bo taken, Federal Grant for Bombed Out School WASHINGTON (AP)—A federal grant of $45,510 will be made to help rebuild tho dynamited Clin Ion, Tcnn,, High, Sch'uol, ' ^ Secretary of We^iro' Fleiiiming today announced approval of the grant to the Anderson County School Board. The dynamiting occurred Oct. 5, Federal fund.' are being provid ud under a law authorizing grantrf lor construction of schools .needed became of increased school nit rollmonls resulting from federal activities. Tho Anderson Ijoatd qualified for the money on the basis of an ostimr.tod increase between now and 1900 in the enrollment of chil dren whoso patents are employed at Oak Ilidjio and othr-r federal inslttllations in tho Clinton are, In Its application for federal funds, tho Anderson board «sli rnuU-d cost of rebuilding tho high school would bo fiboul $250,000. Tho Bi-nnt will come from n 50 miljon dollar fund voled <by Con- gross for the year ending Juno 30. Department Store Sales Dip Some ST. LOUIS i.M') — Pepailmem htoro soles in tha Kish'h Fodcrnl Jtoservc District lasl week fell Q per cent below sales In the corresponding week latH year. Nt'nc of the areas reporting showed a gain. Louisville sales dropped 14 per cent, Seven hmallor district citirs ayeragud an « pur cent drop. St. Louis sales woix- off 5 por cent Two per cent IPSJCS werp su/forcd at Little Rock pnd Memphis, Tho Federal Hc-icrve Bank of St. Louis sand the decreases were J-'jrgely (tig ,result uf unfavorable woulhcr the uay »Her Thanksgiving, For the month, sales wu-q 2 per cent below the itmilar month last year, tho bank said. All Around Town By The 5r«r Staff , «iuu.jy Hero's au jdoa that could help a few local fojks In sending out phrjstmas cards , . . many times an address to friends living else, where Is lost ... if that Mend Jives in a five-states area you mjght get the address at the Chain, her iif Commerce where they have directories from 75 cities jij the ?ix .adjoining states, Faubus Brands Business Slate Integrationists Ijt'l'TblC HOCK (AP'-Oov. Orv»l K, KuubuB today Intervened In the Little Hock School Hoiird uU'clioii. He branded five "buflU ness" cnndklates ns "the lhleai'a» lion sliile," , Tiic business candidates oppose n segrcRallonlst-endorsd nruU|) lit a battle for five of the six school board scat, which will bo tilled lo-i morrow In the reKulnr school eloc« lion. J2d I. McKlnley Jr., wh<i seeks the sixth sent, is unopposed. l''nubua' intervention came &i( sumewhnl of a surprise sinea he previously had refused to comment publicly on Little Hock's elections by stiying; "I don't voto here." .( But today, Hie governor arrived, at Ins office earlier thiui usual and wrote this statement in longhand! "The Rector-Tucker slate Is, lit my opinion, the Integration slute of candidates Tor the Little Rock School Board, , "All of these candidates opposed* mo In Hie (gubernatorial) campaign last summer, some of them lioing on television to do so openly. That WHS their right nnd privilege nnd I boar no malice because of their opposition. "But I do waul to make clear that they opposed me because oC my actions in the school crisis in Little Hock. They have made no unequivocal statement of their position in view of the federal court orders or tile demands of the NAACP (National A.«sn, for the Advancement oC Colored People). "They say In their ads-'we will not voluntarily I n't o g r n t-e the schools,' Once clecte'd .they cnnf say, as the old board "sold, ,'we- are not for integration, 1 ' but we have a com I order.' 7 "This Is the line,laid down,by Harry Ashmoro (executive editor of the Arkansas Gn/etle) and prnc- ticnlly all the Integratlorilsts. .Jt is nothing'more than rank decep-* tlon," "' r 'K.irlier, cVufrgos of "liar" had 5 The Hope Coaches hastpn lo ro? they had nothing to say or do. wHh the ali-^tate selecUons uo« rwurjccd yesterday , , , "VY'nsiwi jjyike- and Oon JpSootbo ajrp defin^e- ly ajl stajc but we would hayo put so_m,<? mm <t of. our b f oys • on the )[p\," tho Co,ac,'hos pommcntud ,*, , just for Ihe rtcgrd thjf newspu as't ultd it Welfare or HuaUh Office. Although there is really nothing to yote an except continuation of, fhp present school miHaeo. the an- jiual school election is slated for Saturduy , . , There arp two can. didatos for hoard nu'm'bers.hip but the voters have no choice as pqthr er candtdato has opposition . , . so there is not likply to foe a yevy hpavy vote. Coaches of two local basketball teams arc kindy moaning about Ihejr prospects , . , John PJor.ce says ,he has absolutely no experience on the Jwnioi' squad with, not a, singly letlorman but 4'd (igure ho had spme good sized boy? , . , "we'lj bo lucky lo win many, 1 ' hu tschool^b'baj'd* races." 1 , i*«#.V .•«>",•»* Interference Threat Mounts in Berlin By REINHOLD ENSZ BERLIN (AP)—The threat of Communist Interference mounted today against busy American, British and French airliners shuttling in and out of isolated West Berlin. One 'of East Germany's " IAp Communists, Politburo member Hermann Matern, told a West Eer- , lin election rally Thursday night' that the airlines—Pan American," Air Franco and British European Airways—have no legal right lo fly over East German territory, "This situation must bo brought in order," he declared, He did not say what action Ihe Communists hovu in mind, West Gorman Chancellor, Ron- - rad Adonauer, who addressed an-* election, rally in another part of West Berlin, said the Western powers would hold tho Rusoldna' responsible for keeping open all roulns to Berlin, inciudinfi the ajr, corridors. He said ho had a personal Jotter from U. S, Secretary of State John Foster Dulles rea{- iirming that posjtion, Tho letter, he added, specifically menlioned the J949 Paris agree, . mont in which the Russians ended-• Uuir 1948-49 blockade- and guaran? J toed free access to this Allied foofc^ , hold 11, miles behind the Iron Cur> V lain. This was the first specific attack on the Western airlines. <• , Soviet Premier NikHn I^hruslj- , obey is threatening to hand over', Soviet occupation crjntnOa jn BOIN - lin to the East Gorman's in gljj, months. Tho East Geiinan» hav-^ , declared loudly that the- West would,then have to negotiate witrt them for access to tho city, Puring the blockade Q( 4018 -JO the Russians closed down th.cs West's, roiid, rail and, water }uils§ but did not intyrfoi-1? with ijje air* , lift that broke the blockade. '^ • Sister of UCQ! Resident Dies Mrs. Robert '^enneth Jame^ Oentoiij Teyas, died Thursday her home, ^Aniwig her fur"'"" are her sister," Mrs, Harold son of jjiop,e Poiitft'2, ivai^-»i ';JL ''

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