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December 12, 19S8 HOM STAR, MOM, A ft K A N S A i f ftrw 4 P,M, Bsesmbec 12 Wesleyah Service.Guild No. 1 have it's annual Christmas er al the Diamond Cafe, Fri» Wi Sec, 12 at ? o'clock, [All mefribcfs are reminded to rifig loVe offering for Norehe fiob* l'lie Leslie Muddlcston Post No. of Ameridan Legion and Aittcilt- ry will hold their annual joint leetlng Friday, bed. 12 at 7 p.m. the old Elk Mail. Special music Ihd a guest speaker has been plan' led. The ladies afe asked to brihg salads and dfesseHs for the lunch- eoh, the Order of Eastern Star Hofce Chapter No. 328 Will hold open in- stallalln of officers Friday, bed. 12 at 7";30 p.m. the publiti is in- Vited, Gardenia darden Club' Christmas luncheon will be Friday, bed. 12 at 12;30 in the home of Mrs. Ous Mayhes. Each member is reminded to bring a gift of $1.00 value for exchange. Members iplease call 7*4945 or 7'2632 1J! you cannot aU tend, iidslesses. teach flieftitjef is ta alle'hd and brlhg IHelr Ide gift tof 6Jcchan|b and tHeif the borcus Class of Uie Memorial i§a,ptisl Church will have their 'monthly meeting Monday, bee. 35 at 7:30 p.m. in the home of -Mrs. Jack Watkihs, Tuesday, The Guilders Bible Class of the iFirst kaptist Chtli-ch will haVe a Christmas party at the home of Mrs. \V. M. Schooley, tucsday, bee. Id al 7*:30 p.m. Co-hostesses are 'Mrs, iL. E. Boolhe. Mrs. Itay Alien and Mrs. 'It. R. d-leghorn. SAENGEH Tonite & Saturday 2 TRIGGER ACTION HITS THE FASTEST GUN TO KINGDOM COME! FRANK LpVEJOY .'"IT"pLUS"— fOTi BARREN McGAVffl • MAGGC HAYU M ««AMI torn HUB LATE SHOW SATURDAY 11:00 P.M. TWIN THRILLER A Sky Horror 200 •Million Years Old. "RODAN" PLUS You'll Gasp at Her Hell Bent, Way of Living . . "Blonde in Bondage" <-9». Culb Scout Pack 94 -will have a Christmas Party Friday night, Dec. 12 at the Greeh Lascter Club Mouse. 25c gifts Will be exchanged, j'or transportation meet at Ogles* by School al 6:30. The American -Legion will have their annual 'Christmas party tonight at the Youth Center Building, Which,Will not be opened for teenagers until 9 o'clock tonight. Saturday, December 13 The Mope Country Club Christinas Dance Will be held Saturday, Dec. 13' at 9 p.m. Hostesses are Mr. and Mrs. iSam Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ellis, Mr. and Mrs, Cecil Delaney, Mr. and Mrs. Kinard Young, Mr. and Mrs. Carter Russell and Mr. and M-rs. J. B. Martin, The Guernsey PTA will meet on Thursday, at 7:30 in the high school laudillorlum. An interesting program on Character Building will 'be presented by panel discussion. Everyone is urged to attend. Re- •freshmenls will be served after Ihe meeting. Cub Pack 92 will have their Christmas meeting and -party at Brookwood School, Dec. 16 at 7 p.m. Each Cub is to brlhg a lOc present, gift wrapped for exchan* god, Refreshments will be served. The Hempsiefid County Class-room Teachers will have a dinner •meeting at the Pianiohd Gafe oil Tuesday, Dec. l(i at 7 p.m, Son, adorned" !<sf tte holiday tfijoyabie aflfcfficflBh Was &M chattifif nfid \V6f6 ttift<te td tft8«l ift IhS of -Mrs. CTiarlte llafe fat mas pniij', r>ld«y, Sec. 12. Miss AH*H« fetcdmts Bflda 6? Mitehtlf U3r6ne til Notice The Friday Music Club luncheon that was scheduled for Dec. 13 has 'been canceled. Rev. Rufus S. Sorrells Speaks at Lunc.heon The Rev. Rufus Sorrells of First Melhodisl Church addressed the Little 'Rock Women's City Club on Friday noon at the regular luncheon meeting of the group. Me spoke on "The Christmas Story," and was introduced by IMrs. L. A. Hardin, program chairman. The First Christian Church will hold a Bake Sale Saturday, Dec. 13 starting at 8:30 a.m. It will be i-ielcl: in; the vacant building where iByer's Drug Store was located. Monday, Decemb e r 15 WSCS Circle No. 5 of the First (Methodist Church will meet Monday, Dec, 15 at 7:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Kenneth Witt. Mrs. Sum Huckatoce, IMrs. Dean Parsons and Mrs. James Burke, arc co- HEY KIDS! "FUZZY KNIGHT" Comedy Star of 100 Motion Pictures IN PERSON THURSDAY DEC. 18 SAENGER THEATRE Morinee 4:15 Evening 8:00 p. m. @NE PILLOW ON HER BED , f -i-^v •>" - < - ~ *- > „.«*»«»•* and One Desire In Her Heart,.. That's Maggie Adults,,.. 75c Children . . 50c Col. Adults 50c Miss Patsy Hactsfleld Bride-eject iOf Forest Htltson Honored (Miss Patsy Mansfield, ibride-elect of, Forest Hutson, was honored with a gift reception in the home of Mrs. H. E. Sutton. The co-hostesses were Mrs. Charles W. 'Gilbert, Mrs. Homer Salisbury and Mrs. Kenneth Woods. Miss Hartsfield was attired in a lovely two 'piece pink corduroy with a white 'blouse. The hostesses presented her with a white carnation corsage. A red 'carnation was presented to the mother, Mrs. Hartsfield and Mrs. Hudson, 'mother of the groom-elect. The hostesses wore red carnations. The dining ta'ble was covered with a white linen cloth and the centerpiece was an arrangement of nandina 'berries and tame holly with red candles on each side. After .the presentation of many lovely gifts, the''hostesses served Mr, nhd Mrs. Arthur kitchiing of Mobile, Ala. ahJiounce the Hint-- riage of their daughter, Arlehd Adele to Koberl iMlttheii Ladrone' 111, son of Mr. and iMrs, Hubert LaOrone Jr. of fHoDc. The ccretttony was performed by tor. Wlllinrh F. iMfifiseli 1M the presence of the Immediate fnrttl* lies at 11 o'clock Saturday rriorii' ihg, flee!, d, in the First Presby* tcrian Church. Vick&btirg, Miss. Mr. Kuehllng gave his daughter in marriage. She was attended by her sister, Mrs. Wayne Novels of Vickstourg. M'r. iLaQronc served as his son's best 'man. Following the ceremony the bride's parents entertained with a wedding luncheon. The couple -will ibe a I homo In Dallas afler a wedding trip to the Gulf Coast. Junior-Senior High Honor Roll Students Are the students not studying hard chough oi 1 nre ihd lenchdrs clarnblng down? ttesults of the first nlhe weeks nlld merit l-oil ln» dicatc thnl one of Ihd two is hap» Sings For Jett B. Graves Sunday School Class E.hjbys Christmas Party The Jolt B. Graves Sunday School Class of the 'First Metho» dist Church held its Christmas par» ty at While's Cafe in Fulton on Dec. 9. The seasonal dccoralion Included colorful ibclls, balls, candles and greenery. For the program. iMrs. Royce Welsenborgcr told a Christmas story. Gifts were exchanged and Mrs. Lera Johnson of 'Clarksvlllo, Texas played several numbers on ,the accordian as well as accompanying the group when they sang Christmas carols. Other guests besides IMrs. Johnson were iMrs. fLcwls Council 'of Hope. 'Mrs. iLamar Williams and Mrs. '.Earl White o'f Fulton. There were 31 class members present. Only 5 out of 5lti made Ihd "A" honor roll. They are! Oth grade — formy Franks; 10th — Sharon Hotise and Curtis Cluircluvell; 12th • Ann Cole nnd Johnny drnVds. Those making the merit roll are! 9tlv' grade: Roy Allison, Andrcfl Anthony, Suzanne iJoothe, Judy Boswell, Virginia Bowdeh, Lern tSelh Callicotl, Virgijiln Church, Sharon tSvnns, Millie Flowers, And- rie'Foster, Sue Griffin, Danny ttnU field, Felix McClcllnn, Chnrlotlo McQueen, Charles Moore, Telia flid gfHgtn' l-rtge, Miss t'ftttl Pllkinton, Jan Relnhnrdl, Eliza-, Page slurs for Ctirlstmns Sonls In belh Smith, Sue Thompson, Ann' Ward, and Barbara Wester. lOlh grade: Pam Aslln, Emmclt Barrett, Tim Benrdcn, Chnrles Brc4-n, Judy Easterllng, Sharon Fielding, Troy Hollls, Virginia Kinsey f Peggy Lloyd, Jimmy Lloyd, Jerry Martin, Travis McCoy, Jim- niln Messer, Mary Lou Pnrk, Lou ise Prather, Helen Ramsey, 'forma Taylor, and Ford Ward. traiiscrlbad rndlo allow, She urgcn everyone to help tin tight against tuberculosis. News Briefs L1TTL13 HOCK (AP) — A Cum- deli boy will throw the switch for the 22nd t\iiiuuil Christinas lighting Jllh grade: Shirley Allen, Coi'ole ' program at the Slule Cciiiitol to Coop, Cecilia Cox, Myra Cox, Mary Fiiicher, Eric Foster, Sharon Foster, Sue Fuller, Cecilia Godwin, Shorrie Mankuis, Cynlhln Harrison, Betty Hulsey, Teddy Jones, morrow afternoon, The Capitol lights Will bo turned on by TJoiiglns Carroll, !), n pntlenl al the Jacksonville Children's Convalescent Center He is the son of Diamond Cafe Scene For Lilac Garden Club Christmas Luncheon The -Diamond Cafe was the scene of the Christmas luncheon, for the Lilac Garden ;Club on Dec. 10. The tables were Bill-actively decorated with candles, nandtna berries and 'miniature Santas. .Mrs. B. W. IEd.wa.rds had charge of the .program. After telling the Christmas story, she led the group in playing several games, with candy and toulbs being given as", prizes. Some of the prize winners were in teams, ibut individual winners were Mrs. Herbert Stephens of y-clfreshmcnts. Mrs. Gilbert and Blcvins and Mrs. S. G. (Norton for Mrs. Kenneth Woods, presided at the punch bowl and Mrs, Salisbury and Mrs. Sutton served individual cakes and nuts, Out of ..town guests attending were Patricia Halbrook o-f Shreyc- iport and M'rs. Perry 'Weiss of Marshall, Texas, Approximately 35 guests were present and several sent .gifts. Mrs. -Earl White .Hostess To Thimble Sewing Club Mrs. Earl White was hostess to the "Thimble Sewing Club" on (Thursday, Dec. 6 at White's Cafe at 'Fulton. The occasion was a luncheoni in honor of two members 'Mrs. Waddle Cunningham and Mrs. Olin Purtell who are celebrating their 'birthdays this 'month, The tatoles were resplendent in itheir beautiful Christmas decorations of red' carnations , and red satin [ribbons which 'pointed to pretty place cards made (by the ihostess. A turkey dinner was served to the 11 mem'bers present, After dinner the honored guests were 'presented their -birthday gifts after which 'Mrs. White showed the ladies through the pewly decorated motel ca'bins and also took them through her house which DIXIE DRIVE-IN THEATRE HELD OVER TONITE & ,SATURDAY Positively the Lssr C tp See jhese TWQ PictHf§| Starts 7:00 P, M, JQlh S?n»w-f« Fmt nfi h having a l.c stamp in their purses, IMrs. Stephens also won a .prixe for having the most items in her purse. There was an exchange of gifts toy the club mem'bers and final 'plans were made for the Holiday Homes 'Pilgrimage. Bingen RCI Enjoys Rotluck The Bingen RCI met /Friday, Dec. 5 at Bingen Community Center for potluck supper .followed by the regular meeting. Devotional was given by Elder Richardson, 'Pastor of Grace .Baptist Church. A talk on MRCI Projects Was Made By Coy ,'Diddy." Earl Martindale, president, presided over the business session, during which plans were made for a "Clean Up Campaign," Date to be announced later, Their Christmas program will be held Friday, Dec. 12 at 7 o'clock at Bingen Community Center, The public is invited, Wesley Choir to Present Christmas Program The Wesley Choir of u»c Methodist Church will present a Christmas program of (Pageantry and song Sunday evening, Dec, M at the regular 7 p.m. evening worship hour. This choir is composed of children of Third, Fourth, Fifth and Sixth grades and is under the direction of IMrs, Garland Medders with Mrs, Elmer Brown as ficcu>n!- ipanigt, The choir will be assisted by representatives from all departments of the church, 'Mrs, .Bob Turner directs the shepherds, IMrs. Fred Glantori and IMrs. Hejiry Seamans, Jhe h'ttle angels and lighting will be av* ranged toy (LqGrone Coming -grid Going Out of town visitors attending the Jiojidqy (Homes pilgrimage presented toy the 'Hope Council of JCJard.cn CJubs are HP follows: from Caryl Joy Myers, Don Oglesby, |Mr and Mrs Grady Carroll>'of Julia Peck, Nancy Reese, Sondra Russell, Suzanne Sommerville, Sue Ann-' Smith, Barbara Thompson, Edwina Whitman, Blllie Willdson, Judy Kay Wright, and Carolyn Yarbrough. ,12th grade: Louella Bailey, Carolyn Barton, Don Boothe, Billic Sue Brown, Mary Calhoiui, Mary Daniels. Catherine Del Vccchio, Bionda Hamm, Jean Harris, Sandin' Hobbs, Polly McCorkle, Judy Rateliff, Reba Russell, Mary Sanford, Jimmy Tale, David Walkins and Judy Weaver. .Eleven students from Jr. High Camclen. The 5 p.m. ceremony will be broadcast by a statewide hookup ol television and radio stations! Ii34 UsrUyyu v epl20fipcs 12 PINE BLUFF, Ark (AP)—Mary Louise Scales, 10, died of burns al a ' hospital here last nlglil The Negro child was burned yesterday morning when her clothing caught fire from a heater al her home, LITTUE ROCK (AP)—A Little Hock television station plans School made the "A" Honor Holl I broadcast all public proceedings for the first nine weeks. Those from the sevenlh grade are Ann Arnold, Guy Bailey, Bill Land, Joe Keesey, and Al Weisenberger. Straight "A's" were made In the eijjhl grade by Jan Ellis, Sharon Kay Green, Jane Grigg, Carol Jean tMcMahon, (Barbara Kay 'Reese, Ghiny Lee Warren. ' Prom the seventh grade, there wef,e 42 studenls on the merit roll, Twenty-five eight grade students' were on Iho merit roll, which re- requires a minimum grade of B and 90 honor points. They'arc: Johnny Anthony, Linda Allen. Phala Brown, Sherry Burke, Linda C&lhoun, Gary Chandler, Susan ,Cbok, Jack Coop, Ruby Nell Davis, Diqnc Ellis, Judy Hartslield, Carolyn Halfield, Jimmy Hendrickson, Paul Henley, Johnny Iloneycull, Gloria Jarvis, Dan Jones, Joe Ann Jones, George Jones, Nora Kinscy, Phil McLarty, Mack McLarly, Bobby 'Mitchell, Shirley Moody, Joe Morion, Joe Purvis, Bill Rein- hardl, Paul Randolph, Carol Sbepard, Cecil Sprague, Shirley Stone, Larry Thrash, Judy Thorn- tori' David Tullis, Lora Ann Wald- cn,»Charles Walker, Rebecca Waller, Suzan \Valler, Charles Warren, ILarry iWilliams, 'Rose Ann Williams. In the eighth grade, those making the merit roll are: Cherry Anderson, Glenda Ball, 'Mary Ann Bcaty, Charles Beyerlcy, Howard Byers, Mary Alice Caslon, Jennifer Cox, Donna EHedgc, Mary Fyancis Field, Vmce>Foster, Brenda Hicks, Mary Beth Jackson, Linda Gail Johnson, Dora Ann King, Janice Martin, CqroJyn Lee McMillen, Barbara Q'Steen, MaV- thq', Ann Pago, David Portorfield, Toip'yo Power, Patricia Rogers, Karen Shepard, Patsy Smith, Janet Terrell, 'Duvid Waddle, in next week's Legislative Council probe of possible subversive in- iluence In Arkansas Lou" Oberslc, news director ot station KATV arrangements (Channel 7), said for Ihe broadcast were completed yesterday The public hearings start Tuesday and are expected lo continue foi the week. .1 Davy Moore Wonts fo Meet Chomp LOS ANGELES (AP; —Feather* weight contender Davey Moore nad 'but one objective in life today—to meet world champion Hogan (Kid) Bassey for thp chum. piorjship. Mqore, the No. 1 challenger, earned the title j,hot Thursday night with a smashing one-round knqckout over Rieardi (Pajarito) JVIoreno of (Mexico in Qlymphia Auditorium. SteubenvUle, Ohio slugger knocked the 2]-year-old "little bjrcj" down for a two count with Washihgton, U\?iss Bess 'f I'imble, j a left hook m the first minute of IMrs, '-Mattje Trimble Wilson, 'Mrs, the t ,/ound and finished him off JSfolie Trimble Butler, iMrs. Paul w* l O another terrific left hupH Pudley, Mvs, J. O. J^uck and chil< the- jaw after two minutes, 5B f, dreh. Mrs, f, C, Norwood, Mrs. ?')ds of the scheduled 10 round. Margaret May, Mrs, Qip M'artin, Mrs, W. P. Flowers, iMj's, W. I. gtt-QMs!, 'Mvs. Douglas Chism, Mrs, Jf. i- 'PJaegar, iMiss Roxic Mr?. W. V. -Etter, Miss ~" From Q?an, iftars, Charles Locke, ienoUa, 'Mrs. Hsrry 5o«pi^ and jUwn GiU. Fwm Blevinst Mj-s. Herbert Stephens, - iBJrs. P, C. Siephjprjs Mrs. W. g, Trotter an ' 'ctty 'Bl^Kmajji, L^wis- y. R. Hern4w. Bi>'m- 5-iavireUa Qwe« Qordoa and 'Miss Bassey was only 25 miles away at tons Beach, but did not bother to s^e U ie fi&ht. He meets Ernesto Parra in Jiojlywood Stadium in a, non-title JO rounder Saturday night. ' ^ "We'll be ready for Bassey and wc|l Knock him out," s,aid Manager WiUie K,etcha,rn, as Dayey, g|, in apparen^ agreement. met,. Mjldred Msrtm, Rt. 3 ftopq. ed; |ijrs. 'Elinor ALC Pressure Continued From rage One / sitaled a special legislative session. Highway Commissioner Harry Parkin of Lillle Rock said loday that if the Legislative Council wanted "to take a slap at us, there is nothing we can do abouMt, "After all," . he said, "We're trying to do a job lor the people, It's the people that they aie actually slaping at," Parkin said there was nothing to reports that Iho commission is considering 1 F, H. Oliver, former head of the IBureau of 'Public Roads in Arkansas, as state highway director to replace Herbert -JOldridge, The Highway Department, and particularly Eldridgo, underwent heated criticism by some legislators when the department presented its proposed budget to n rccoin session of the Legislative Council, School Cuts Salaries of Teachers L.1TTLE ROCK (AP)— The Vil onia SchooJ District in Faulknsr County bus cut the salaries of its superintendent and tpachers, jt was disclosed yesterday. yiloniu School Supt. Tollie JI. Cooper blamed the nctioii of the failure of the state to provide- ail promised aid. B,ut officials of the Stale jCduea- tian Department snid neither VU- rmr uny other school district Confession of Killing May Be a Hoax MOMtrtOMfittV, Aid. (AP)-""i think It's nil A htins," snyS Aim bnnid OoV.'elccl .tuHit Prttlcrsott of n Virginia convict's co&fcsslon that lie killed Patterson's father during n robbury nllcHi|sl lit 1064i Commenting Thursday HlgHl tot tho first limn on Ihd statement by Calvin VV. Fi-Kltt, Sid-ycaf-old Alabama imllve serving n lift* sentence In VlrglnJrt ( Patterson said it (ip|)cnrcd fiilsc to him. Jlowuver, ho plnns to IliVcsliflnte it thoroughly. Tho 3?-yenr-okl nlloi-nc/ fieii' ernl, who gained tho post titter Iho murder of his father Albert Patterson, reported two'of his as< sistiints have (jotio to Virginia State Penitentiary al lllehmund o question Pniitl. Thu elder Patterson WHS killed shortly, after he had ibecn jio mted attorney general. He hud iroposed, If elected, to elonn Up vice-ridden Phonlx City, In Phunix City, meanwhile, uh- dcnllflud official sources linva ilntcd that nl leiisl a piirt of tha Murder gun, previously missing, ms been found. They also revealed that Witnesses who had declined to conic' forward earlier did so after Iho conviction of former Chief Deputy Sheriff Albert Fuller on u Inurder charge. Their testimony, the sources said, reinforces the state's case against Fuller, who had been charged along wllh former So lletor Arch Fcrrell and cx-Atty. Gen. ISid Garrett. Fuller was given a life term, Fcrrell was acquitted and Garrett never stood trial. On Hie bnsis Of the weapon and the new testimony, the officials .said, I hey were .skeptical of Pri* ill's confession. Tris Speaker Laid to Rest Near His Home had sujjfert'd cuts in state aid this ycpr. Arch W. Foid. education corn- misMonor said Vjlonia probaWj,' >vas I'over-budgeted." "A district that over-budgeis will laid itself pressed to meet commitments just iikc an individual Who does likewise," ford s^id, through this year w/lh all districts "It's rny opinion that we van get operating a normal term of nijio and with all districts which have done sound budget rpeeting fill commitments to tench- evs jmd all theiv operating funds," sajc! that test year yu- onia \\-as supposed lo gel |50,50 from the fct^te but actually received $1,800 lew. l|p sjjjd the shortage wag more this yea.r }Jiit not have the cx$el Department that thi^ year ViloriJa, is to receive f4! aid ^ for other purposes, }t lias already fc< ceiyed $|5,40P In, monthly payments year "andj stp.tp .officials fl'syments are oo schedul^, year-stale a(d d,M nqt tions because colI.e 1957 tax inci-eases failed ty IIUI3BAMD, Tex. (AP) — Trls Speaker rests among the cedars of the little ccmelory Overlooking the town from which he sprang to everlasting baseball fame. Funeral rites for the famed major league player of the first cnicarlcr of the i:enlury were hold Thursday with many from base- hall here lo pay Ihclr repccts.' Wreaths from the American and National Leagues, Commissioner, Ford Prick, the baseball Hull ol Fame, big lenguo bnJl clubs and I he la&l of :i great triumvirate, Panic, big league ball clubs and individuals, including Ty Gobi), the lust 01' a great triumvirate, crowded the little chapel ol Wolfe (Funeral itlomc, Gobi), Speaker and the late Babe Ruth have been regarded ns the alJ-timc major league outfield, Former big league players Pete Donohue, Fed Marberry, Duster Mills, Sid Judson, Art Shires, 1 Bobby Bragan, Otis Maori/, and Dale Miloholl were among a overflow crowd thai heard the Rev. William J, Flender, recor of the ilubbard (Episcopal Church, do Jivcr the funeral rites. Also there was a wreath that held the framed picture of tha Pcburnd Iteam of 1920 in the Texas League, That was where Speaker made his start in professional l)astibnll, lie was to play VI years In the big leagues and ibeeomo one o flhe greatest fielders nnd hitters in the 'history of the game, Olin Kuitt, SQ-yoar-okJ Hubfoard druggist, didn't go to the funeral services. Keilt, the tnan who fe'uvo Speaker his first baseball, said softly: "J want to remember him as ho was—a skinny, freckle-faced l^id who played baseball in the alloy and became the greatest player Qf ail time." KcHl recalled the day the older bays wouldn't Jet Tris plqy in a game because he was too Jittle und Inexperienced, "J'Jl bo playing where you cun't even see mo some day," Tris threatened. 'IJe died last Monday afternoon of o heart attack at the a.gg of 70, Death came ut the end o! a fishing trip. Fqmily of Six Burns fo Death JilQNTON, Ohio (AP>— A (UIST j]y of six sleeping |n two beds in a three-room frame hou?e burned t t o death early today. • The victims were Wlrncr fcitlle-. John, gp; his wife. Belly, 25; and their four children. Gary, 7; Qsjl, 5; Pocothy, 3; and, a gvrnjjnflvoid soji, ' Peputy shenf/s said (hi#t an oil cooking ^stovc probably set {ire (o Uie hpyse, The bodies were found either |n Of neaj- the beds, indipiUjng the fla,rrjes had spread so ' none h»4 a phange/ to . T . r<r , The fi4'g broke oyt aboi(t g a,in Recount of Votes Brings No Change LlTttE ROCK lAPj-fne out* toitid bf tho Little flock School- Board c I'D c I ion remained tin* chnhgbd rifler a recount of balloW yostordny. , , , Three candidates elialietigt-d tha election, in which all six' board busts were tilled from .a field-of 13. The recount waa-.tnadc at IHd' .•ociucsl of Mrs, Charles Stcphehs'i dofcnled by Traffic Judge Ri W< Luster; W, F. Rector, beaten by Ben b, Rowland Sr,, and C. C, ttrtlldy, defeated by lUissell MtSOH Ji-, Mrs. Stephens, Hector nnd M«t» son wcie on n slate labeled by GoV. Orviil 1C. Faubus as Integra' lionlsls. Kowlniid nnd Ittiiloy woro on un opposing slate which appar«, ently had the lacll siipporl of Gov.^ Orval IB. Faubus nnd tho operf backing of tho Capital Citterns . Council. .Earlier yesterday, Jumes '[*.,' Knrnth declined to speculate on n re-Inn rk by Faubus that Knrntn'S. port in the election may hnvo, taken votes' nvvny from the citizens < council-backed altilo. "Anyihlng Hie governor says la I'iglil,' 1 Ktirnm assorted. ''If ho, says It's going lo rain you'd better i gel n raincoat " '*' Karnm announced as* a cnndt^' dnlc for u school board post/- liromised lo enter u Slate to run * Wllli'him, und f then withdrew/' Campaign advertisements pointed ' .to some of the candidates as' "the Karnm slale. 1 ' ' '" ; CHRISTMAS SPECIALS You cnn't afford to miss, pome by and, make your ap- -polntment early.- JANELL'S BEAUTV SHOP West Ave. D and Margaret St. PRE-CHRISTMAS PERMANENTS DIANE'S BEAUTY SALON JEAN -EDITH - DIANE Pho. 7-3118 " 204 S. Main XMAS SHOPPING? ^ For Accessories '_that are ,) BeautifuJ and • > "* "BOUND;TO PLEASE", ? '' v , " Shop' i'\ The Fashion Shoppe ' 113 S. Main 1", ,.7-5850 /,' Tfie Chnstmas ' he wants "is*at r ' '' ,'f Razor-blade glsse! ^,,.,, T $tr§tgher up-end.§ every whisKer fgr belowskin-line shaves! , • |9$ja$t on the faee! [ Rotary Blades stroke off, er$ y//th no pinch gr pyll! f FjHtut, qyl§t«5t! With n§w n/gn-?peed t co9(f/ynning in<?{9fj 9 tybnca|e?l for |!fe| ^ » Sirnplf?t |s slsiriJ Fysh j?«t(?n " ** "^^.fl.iR'iQp head spring? ppen. Whi§K?r§ empty in m* 905)5) ' JOHN P,,CQX PRUQ CO, Huielco! Wof/J'j Lurgust-Svllii'i) m

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