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' f \ ,-: A Thor misslle data ca P sl ^ looks like , t arge,sp coconutafter its recovery frota the sea. The'shell . a foam plastic -protective covering. Ejected at 25,000 feet, tho .capsule .was fcund more than 1,000 miles irom Its Cape Ca! ' naveral launchinppot. Magnetic,tape recorder, battery powa , pack radio marker beacon, dye marker, and a "Sofar-- ex- ( plosive bomb w.ere placed in the ISrinch glob.e. ' , Hamby-Steli Vows Pledged Miss, Ruth ,J.a.net Stell, .daughter /, of Mr. an-ri Mrs. James franklin > ' 'tell .of Amite, .L,a .and Wells By:Xi Ha^nby Jr., son -of Mr. and . Mrs. Wells Byars Hamby of Pres, cott, wore marr.ied jn -the -First Baptist .Church in :F.oi-.d,vco on Sun^ -day afternoon, jipec. 2i The Rev 'j- J'. JL. HJarris pastor ; of the ;First (Baptist Church .of .Camden, .performed the double^ring .ceremony •Before .an archway of .greenery de- vi 1IU11UI , ailu mia:a- uYiar.vm -r^asier ;-corated with pastel pink .chrysan-J and Miss Mary Robinson Were ;themuins .and two 'large pink and bridesmaids. 'CDhey ,wor;e identical ' siiver wedding bells ^in the center I street length frocks -of-ipastel' pink.' over the woists. ,A -back panel of ehantilly lace, : held at 'the-waistline •by a -narrow satin bo.w, widened •at .the hemline and ended ,in a chapel train. She wore ,a .finger tip veil of illusion attached to a. tiara .of .seeded pearls. Her only ornament was a .pendant pearl necklace, a gift of the groom. 'She carried a cascade jbouquet .of .white rosebuds on a white prayer book. Miss Nova Gcesi\am was maid of honor ,and Mrs. M'aryin - with aft affangem-eftl of pftik ehrsahthemufns ahd ithe- wedcjin-g< •cako, deebi i at6d with jpfislel " Mscs, was fppped'-with ,a lure;bfide .aftd gfoom, 'Assisting in, serving were i, 'Quihton tGrciihatrfi iMrs. lim Wolf6 Mrs, -.Verda iBatneg, (Mrs. i,orn •BlaMv and ;Mfs. -Lloyd McMati.; Little Miss Christy Kauffmah ahd Master Chuck Knuffman gave tho guests good luck Hce -bags. Atnohg the out of .town gtiesls Were jM'r, .ahd 'Mi's. .Dallas Evans of ft. Worth, Texas and Mr. and •Wells B. Hamby of Presoott. The .couple arc at home at 120" Arksen Aye., ^Camden, where the groom is a district field executive with the Boy Scouts of America. Amelia Harfell .and Jim .M.oKenzte H 'Miss Amelia jHa^fell ,and jim •McKenzie entertained with a dance at tho Lawspn Hotel on Monday evening. Decorations were in '-the 'blue and 'Silver theme. ,At intermission punch -and cook"- ies ,wer.e -Served- from" a table Centered with poifisettias and white candles. Music was furnished' by Jimmy 'Ford's S,un Jiiners. Chaperones :,wer,e Mr. jind Mrs.- H. H. McK.enaie v -and "Dr. and -Mrs. .Jack itari;eJl. , There were ' sixty guests .Ih .attendance. .Mrs, «. G. Andrews and Miss Sandra,Fay .'Andrews, of 'Memphis have been-iguests-in the home of ' ; ' T.'MciRSe. ' ' Miss ;Ma.dr. a - Ray .and Jimmy Bemis of! tattle Rock were the weekend .guests .of Mr, .and Mrs'; Norwood Smith. 'Dr. and /Mrs. A. «W. "Hudson -and •Miss Elqise Hudson have returned' frorri -Baton Rouge, (La. where ; they were ..the guests of 'Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hudson and family. t ''everhead. Arrangements of .silvered magnolia ieaves, baskets pf Apink chrsanthemums, interspersed .,nvith candelabra holding burning Hapqrs, we^e in >the -ibackground. "' ,Mrs. Taylor Lewis? .organist, 'iplayed a program of traditional - >J uig niusic and accompanied William Crawlet jot Arkadelphia who san.g "-Because," "The ; JLprd^s iPrayer." and "Whither . ^Thou^Goest.'" Candlellghters were "Ann 1 Brandon, who wore .a pink taffeta frock and a wristlet cor- ^$age^of pink .carnations, and Jim- "rny jG-resham. ' '" \ The bride, given in .marriage iby v , Her ifather, wore a sheath gown 'j_'of "white slipper .satin ,with an inset neckline of ChantUly .lace and peau de soie -with lace back .pan-i els, matching, half il>a:ts. and simall ipink muffs decorated with pink, car.natipns and -.pink .carnation:! Wristlet corsages..' 'Jj;,' 'J. W. Skinner pf .El|p,br:ado s.erv- .ed. as bes;t rnai and*'.\ishers were. Tom Berry of IE1 'Dor-ado, 'Frank: Maley of .Crossett .aiid ,Curtis Me-. .Kinley of McGhee. . The bride's mothe.r wore ,a cham- •pane brown WOP! crep.e dress with. Jbeige accessories , arid,' a corsage of pink carnations. T-he groom's •mother wore a mauve tissue faille, and a corsage of orchid .chrysanthemums. A reception was held immediate* ly following* the ceremony in the church parlors. The serving table, •Guests in the home ,of Mr, and Mjis. iF.loyd 'Wren have ..been 'Mr.; and -.Mr.s. ,Jqe Wr.en .^nd Jirnmy ^ v.\.i. +fw*.*v.iAA«; \ji viiaiiVAAAjr .taut: .ejuu unuicii pctnuia. xjic set vmg i.«iuxc, Stewart<pf F t t,-^Vprth ;and, \Mr. and ,long sleeves ..ending in Jily points | covered with a pink cloth was ceiv- : |,Byirs.; i^V. .iL,-Ourbin ,w4 •fa.mi.ly of Mr. and Mrs. John fLimberg, Eddie .a-nd : Edmond -\Vhite ,^r. of F-t. Smith were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Watson White .Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stivers and sons of Shrevepor.t have been the guests .of v .h(s mothtjr, MVs, ,B. ,C. Stivers ,and -relative's in G;urdon. .(Mr. jind Mrs. .C, .R. iGr.ay .Jr.; .and jChildren. haye returned from ,.Ne^^>6rt - whe^e ithey .were guests of iMrs.. .C. ,!R';. ^.r'a'y. S^NOARD. AND POOR'S IN5IX OF 425 iNbUSTRIAL STOCKS .'Democrots sweep elections. Prime bank ,H)te raised to4per.cent 40 36 Khrushchev,replaces Bulgaria'as Soviet premier. French 'political tcrisis, 1958 Atlas missile,put •into orbit. •UAN.jREalMARj APRJMAY IJUN.l.iui. SERi GGiT NOty DEC. .-_-.-•-. .-.,..-.,- -- -»^—L- i • __-'|_ ^T_ j_y • '^^ ^^ * ^•'^•-1 *," Na/V^ 1 ! , I ^i Vj* T ' il_j~ U^ - i2£-I*W *»**! bu S fn4 a receST i&SSfiS v^^^!^^^^!!' 0 * >•&**?• **" ™» Now Is Time M.r...;and .Mrs; ^John .Hale .have .returned ,tpV,Cqrte- JMadeas'," Calif., after ,a .yisit with her parents,'' Mr! ,and'JMrs.. Tom B^emis. .Mr, ,,anjl, ;Mr.s. Jada TVJcpuire and pa,tti Nell yA fB'ly.theville' have J)e.eA the^gues'ts '-of .Jtor. and ,Slrs. 'A. E. XcG-uire': .and,'Mr. .and >Mrs. H. ft. .iNplen iri Bleyiiis. Mr. . and J^trjs. JHenbert Qawspri Jr. .of JLattle" i^tjck -have returned .to .their, home after ; a .visit with' Mr. .a.nd i;r.s. ,A. .IE.- 'McGiiire and Mr. and Mrs. . 'Jim Hamilton and ?n, James- Walker- ,pf Ft. ;Worth haye;.been.the ;guests ,of-Mrs. Wer.- n er Ha.milton. ,;iind -,'Miss .Mary jo iH.awiUtpn." - ' Resolutions Statement of Condition of FIRST NATIONAL ,-v*i , • •-«.-!; •' -•-•»,- »-•"--• ' ' '- HOPE; ARKANSAS At the Close .of .Business .on December 31, :1958 1 r Resources j, Lpon?--,,". ''•C. C, C.-Cotton loqns , , Furnitwre oncj Fixtures , , Other Assets , •-••;. I Reserve 'Bank Bonds .and 'Securities. U- S, C?ovecnrn§^f Bonds f i -* #• - •• i Qgsh qn4 Sight TOTAL $1,20 ; ],618,03 18,034;^ 1.;00 38^37,13 15,000.09 1,491,776,53 3,134,381.88 LigbilitJes 'Officers i,loyd Spf ncer Thomqs E, 'Hgy§ J»res, 4 W, H (Suntj f , Hay* I, F, I- 1 9^99-99 '01 * $mm By SAM ,. AP Business News Analyst NEW YORK (AP) -^ This is the day we start 'breaking. New Year's resolutions. JLet'.s look at some that have been made by business 'and government officials -— ones : that af- iect .our pockeibooks. 'President Eisenhower lias .resolved .to stand firm for a -balanced federal budget in the* '''•fiscal- year coming up. H he"'catf make this resolution stick, -there will 'be no new inflationary 'pressure from another Treasury! Deficit. — and no .heed for a gerieral tax increase. ,, "*-' ' '•Various congresisiorial leaders have -promised to keep the spend- Jng urge -in :bo'uhds so that tax cpllectipns will have a chance tp Keep .Uncle iSam out of-the red— or at 'least not to far in 'it.' If this- resolution survives' the ", up-coming session of -Cpngress, tax- : Payers will have at least a breath-' er if ,no{ relief, .The Federal Reserve Board 'has resolved to see that -the .business recovery will be backed • 'by' .enough money and credjt tp keep rt rolling along at a sensible p>ce ^but not enpqgh tp st,imulAte -speculatipn and thu? threateh a •Doom and bust. Various lending institutions . are promising there will be enough money for mortgages - unless'' d new inflation makes buildin" costs too high or a return^ to! a light money policy .makes .funds At Least 28 Continued From Page One men'died when a missile propellant plant exploded .and burst into flames. At San Carlos, Ariz., Indian reservation a senseless N e-w Year's prank -resulted in a dynamite explosion which killed 1 a man and a woman. Authorities said 'Partygo'ers in a frame house began tossing lighted dynamite sticks' out ithe door. One of the -lighted sticks dropped into a box containing other sticks, set-! ting off the 'blast. A 10,000-acre 'brush fire in tho hills around Los -Angeles, Calif.,, sent thousands fleeing from their i, homes. Dozens of houses were do-' stroyed but -there were no fatalities. • Explosions caused by a ship's collision with oil .barges near New Orleans, ,^fi,,.,rpeited.,tSe .area 'and set both vbargeg afiije, ; but no one was killed. Negroes in Virginia in Protest , • A -nurnbe.r of corporatiqns resolved -to put out large •. - t .. adds up, as nowvei, Pected, to a slight .increase ''in spending over : 1958 : the Mr. and Mrs, -iBJU yqncey 4nd ,Cv3a .of Tyler, Te Kas , we Vp the Weekend guests ,qf Mr. and Mrs Jwn Yancey and Mrs. Fay Ingram Mr. and Mrs. W y«e BM .and Steve .have returned to Ft, Cobb OKla. after a visit with W-T5, J. R, guests of '.?' '^ *M?* T •* Lg. were the -weekend " Mrs, J, Q. QQleman has rf -^^ . with Mr. and Mrs. John w. and Mrs. JRc&bje Wijspn have their guests, Mr. ana Mcs. Sgott itb gnd Sco.tt Jr. anfl Mrs. Alice .Smith of ^ * Smokey §oyu Continued From Page One rutia, a .former judge about 50 years old jvho long has been Castro's ,choice -.to s.uccead Batista un-;il fre.e elections -can be ;hejd, .Pastro .called a general strike :apross -Cuba -until u;rrutia was Jn.•stalled. The .strike seemed 100 per cent effective, thus removing any iHues.tiqn. pf . remnants 'from the Batista regime .trying 'to .run the .country., • " . ,., , . , .. p ..w.fi?, ..still in .,.?anjt\agq, 'ithe capital.'- qf ,.. ..'easterijrrios't Oriente province and .birthplace ,of his ibajttle ;aga4iist Batista, -Celebra- •t'ops. of .his yjctqry continued there all night, '•'Until' lUr.rutia AaH^s pyer in Havana, a,n.no.nncements .Santiago- provided the ipnly ewprH' ..of ,-government. Men M,ide.sjgn,ak4 ,*w.ere giving corders JQ Cftbg's •.armed, vfprces and -pp$<?£,, Qftstrp supporters ;held 'Ha-' vaha wnder ygjjjt cqt\trpl vjrtu- ' , c.elebra{(pns Th,ur§4ay Jed violence, astJ'p, a lawyer whp has ibeen a rebel fpr ; more tthan a third pf 3g yesrs, outlined his ••••'••• It jncjydec} nationa]i?.ation p{ U, .{inarjceri an^ ( operatec} utilities, (splitting up American . owned IHgar estates among the peasants, confiscation, pf gJJ prpperties ac^ quj-red through corrupt gpver?j, and ,- breaking the hold' pf Businessmen on -Cuba's .warrior has..dj|nted Batista's. shftRgejf that ne is a Cpmmunist qr -is cpmmu' nist-jn|}uenced, Castro says his goal is tp ena gorrHptiqn, .establish ,h,ejp the small business r*cpyery wiJJ h§ye aj. tained. an important ajly, '• Some indus'trie? are promising tp hold .th£ line on prices ami many think the price line generally -will be held pretty stabls, Tm'^ rpsolytipB is -thr*aten.e4 from ro»ny StWles v monetary jnjjg. tipn, *r rising Jabsr and distrjbu,; tipn costs. And the National Assn. o| Credit Management flgtly pre- tlicts -thgt toe goj^ernment's %:h,Qie- price index |OT all cQromo,tli' 4«e IP a rgcprq 1 higjjj by yqy MP fey ill he -|flo4|i!;§ b^,in| I,sje4 as the y$$s starts, RICHMOND, ya. ,(AP) —Nearly 1,0 00 rain-pelted .Negro marchers. singing .hymns and stressing passive resistance to .massive resistance, ' called yesterday for "q change of policy -by the state of Virginia" on the racial integration question, The o r d e ,r 1 y demonstration •labeled by its -leaders a "pilgrimage of praying -for public schools." began with a prayer meeting attended by an estimated .1,800 persons — about two dozen of them white — at the Mosque Auditorium. •More than half the gateriji* then-A-walke^ ,'17 blocks 'through a drizzling rdih^to the steps of tW state capitol, where they shouted their approval of a resolution call-' ing .for a change of policy by tho 1 state. One of the pilgrimage loaders, the Rev. W.y.att Tee Wajker of Pot- etsburg, -said a purpose o£ tho man among the -6,410,000 people of this Pennsylvania-sized island., Castro and Urr-uti-a were expected to make a triumphial en- try'into Havana. *m- Ms. demonstration was to show ^Ne ,groes are .as much concerned pyar the shutdown of whj.te public schools as they are over the continued segregation of Ncgrnos. Virginia's /massiye resistance program calls for -.the .closing of any white schoo.l in which .Ne^gro children arc enrolled. .Nine, schools- attended ;by 13.000 pupils jn Nnr- folk, Charlottes.ville and Wairen' 'County were shut .down ,.in Sep-; tember after federal .courts prder-i ed them desegregated. ' There wasn't a dissenting voice in the rainy glpom as marchers chorused their approval of the resolution, which nlso urged the creation of a biracial commission -that. would seek a solution ^ to -thci school crisis and establish a -pro-j gram and a timetable for -schoo.l desegregation. . . Gov. J. Lindsay Almpnd Jr. had .been invited to be present tp. receive the .marchers. He replied' he would not be-in -his office on. Ihe holiday, (In his a'bsence .1—i neither he nor his aides -could be- reached to say where 'he was '— demonstration 'leaders said they would mail him the text of. the resolution. There svas no threat of a dis-' turbance as tho marchers, singlnK most of -tho way, walked to the ] capitol through virtually '.deserted streets, Police lined 'the jroute .oV' 1 the march, but they didnU appear tp be needed. After ,a 'hymn and..-.the .reading Batista Tells IV Army Lost to the Rebels Cft/DAt) TRUJILLO, Domir.icftn- fJcpublic (AP)--Fulgettcio iSalit-al' figures his army fought a ? lost c.a,tiSQ in Cuba partly because it had an insufficient edg& in manpower over F,idel Castro's rebels. f j?he Dictator who fled into cxito he.re 'Thursday tPld' newsmert it has -been calculated that an army Would jijeed' 100 meh tor each guei'- filla it fpught. "That was the .case of Tito in X.ugp9layi|] and the Chinese. Communists," .Batista said, feCerrtnjJ 'tp .'jrjto'.s JVprld yt,tp II carrtpaij||.. figaihst, <the (Germans and Mao Tzc-tungls .dr.ive against Chiang, Kai-shek's :Natipnalists. : Batista's 37.000-slrPng a r^m o d forces were estimated IP oitthum*. be'rj'Caalrb's >'men tpor-haps 6-1 even in the 'last states of the bloody warfare ..Hint jfindlly caused fBntii- ta to 'flee. He gave left -• handed praise to Castro's bushwhacking tactics, saying the rebel chieftain gpt the jump'-'On -the government by r<v s'tricting .-his activities at first to guerrilla warfare against r.tiral soldiers not itrained fbr that tyue of fighting. He, ;£llsp .Credited Castro with su- He.Kior .armament, though Batista's forces...'hod <tanks and \yarplancs the cebeis la.cked. He said the reb- bis • Deceived n continuous flow of wea.pbns while government 'troops could- ;npt ;bo supplied. The deposed President contends. ed that Castro .had dominated rw •i-al .populations .by .terror. "Before this .revolt, Castro's life iWri.s in .my :hands ,thrc-3 times ant! ,thnee .times I pacclpned him," B'a- '• ,tista said.' "J djd the same for'.other, revolutionaries." Asked nbpi)t the .future pros- • lets' of Cuban' politics he said-! . "I am not a prophet. I see much ,] confusiqn." With (Batista arc his second -iwife and -three of his eight chiU ,d-ren. The other cildren are reAJ : 'and shouted passage of the resolution, the crowd listened to n pray- ,er and 'dispersed. Many oC its ( membeiis had come from many Sections of the stale in 12 to ,15 .chartered buses. .in the United States. Leqol Notice IN THE HEMPSTEAD^ COUNTY CHANCERY COURT ;HOPE FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION PLAINTIFF VS. NO. 8156 'RUBY V.. McFADDEN ET AL DEFENDANTS .WARNING .ORDER -The Defendants, Ruby B. McFadden,;, : Emestine M. Wilson, Willie V. Tayipr,-,<L'epn Jones, Herman Jpnes, Olivia 'McGpnicp, T. T^\ .Rooks, Jone Norman and Mildred * Doisedo, and each of thorn, are •hereby warned to appear in this cpu.rt within, thirty (30) days hereafter and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff herein. WITNESS MY HAND and seal as Clerk of this Court on this 10th day of December, 1958. .CLARA BYERS, CLERK By: J. P. BYERS, D. C. ' (SEAL) Dec. 12, 19, 26, 1958, .Jan, 2, .19511 Statement of Condition .of 'the CITIZENS NATONAt BANK HOPE, ARKANSAS At the Close of Business on December 31, V958 Resources .loans and Discounts gqnking Hoyse Furniture & Fixtures 'United States ,ppnc(s , , ..Other Bgncls.Qnd Securities , Stock in Federal Reserve 42,689.39 ?,J37/QOQ:OQ 1,858,511.82 •Cash -and Exchange Other R§g| TOTAL Capital -!to,<*k Syrplus. 1,390,602,88 §9,9,00-9,69 fiissount I?, 174,99 SJI@49ai.9F TOTAL iOfficers 0. A. Graves Chairman o( the Board R. M. LaG,ron.e, Jr. C, C- Sprqgins Pqle Jones Cashier Olin Lewis. Assistant Cashier Raymond F. Jones ' Q! A. B, M, ^. 5« Sprggins Dg|§ Jones, §. I- f?e ? d Hfnry Hgynts Albert §j-g¥§s HT.'Jewll Qsg. W- P§ek SfQ. W. iphl.s.on Frank MsLgjty Jr,

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