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.'.r,' HOP! st A* This Week ;,,','LITTLE^ HOCfc;l<\P' r U. s. * ; ,folstH<H Judge .Joh'h"-ir,.' -Miller will Js*sue'"an o'fder this 1 vVc'ek dosign' ) d •<, ** c» ,,to clefti 1 Up sdme Of the confusion in tilt tangled LUfie Rock schojl '"integration case, • 7'TWs litigation cannot go on and <on," .Miller said after a healing yesterday on an order of (he •Eighth U.S.' Circuit -Court of Ap, peals"; for tmmiftl!al& Integration. "It's ..time,, We looked the school situation here in the face." • Miller said he wottld try to write an opinion that Would be ,help/it), out he did not indicate what steps ^ he i would order, Ete .said- his. opinion probably will be IsuecT'Frlday, • Yeslerday's hearing" \vaS on a 'mandate of the appeals court directing- Miller to enjoin the Little Rock 2 Schol, .-Board from leasing . public.propCrty to a private group for operation - > as» -^segregated Apply for U,S, Citizenship 1 By VERSION SCOTT UPI Hollywood (SoCrespoiic/ent HOLLYWOOD (Off) — Peter Lawtord, ho of the shag-rug uyo- browg and British acccnt f applies for U.S. citizenship this month, but (fronds the stotm of abuse he'll receive in his native England. "The English shouldn't be upset about It," he 1 sighed, "but I'm sure I'll bo blasted by the press over there. It happens with everybody." iLawtford, star of "The Thin Man' 1 series on TV, has' worked and lived in this country sinae 1940, retaining his English citizenship more from sloth than for pa- triotle rdrtsons, "I shotild h&tte become ati American citizen years ago, tout 1'iti, a master of > proerastlnaUon" And really, old- mati, 1 consider it' a privilege to become a cold nlttl after all there years." li*« tl(iipped. schols. The mandate also orders Miller to spell out steps under which thu board should implement Integration even though the city's four i public high school have been I Closed by Gov. Orval E, Faubus, Si;: FACTORY RECONDITIONED •STARTERS- GEN ERATORS 6 VOLt. v$6.95 — 12 VOLT . . $9.75 r DOOR GLASS FOR '.CARS AND TRUCKS - -REFRIGERATOR SHELVES — TABLE TOPS ^USED GLASS — <lf we don't have the oorre'ot'slze you need in" ifted 'glass,* we will sell you new' glass for practically 'the same price. » _ , r • _ ie Glass & Salvage Go. Hwy.,67-Weit Hope, Ark. Phone 7-2786 Find $112,000 Aboard taelif From Cuba It's Here SEE PAGES 8 AND! 9 OF TODAY'S STAR Pram Wealthy Family "Actually, I do have fotne dec* . inile reasons foi' becoming dti American. My throe children I (Christopher, 3; Sydney, 2; and John, 3 months) are nil Americans, and I'd like to be a cHbr-n of the same country. "Being a citizen also helps you gel In' and out of the country unM- er when you want to travel." Lawford came from a wealthy and distinguished family. JHIs father was Gen. Sir Sidney Lawfdrcl — knighted for gallantl'jl ituballle, During.P.ete"'s youth tte family Iraveled Ihroiighout .KUrojJ'S?. and tho United Stales; As a boy Pete stayed at Flori da's best hotels. But during World War II, when the family fortune. 6Vapbrated, Pete went to work; parking ''cars for the same pltisli hostelries. "My home, my future, my lite and my work are In this country," Lawtord continued. "It's only right that I; become a citizen. No Tax Gimmick "My decision has nothing to do with taxes. I've been paying them over since I began working licff. The real reason is that I feel more like an American than an Englisn- rnan." Pete is married to the former Pat Kennedy, daughter o[ Joseph P. 'Kennedy, former ambassadpi to the court of St. James, and sil- ler, of Sen.' John Kennedy. ."I've been taking a lot of ribbing from my buddies about becoming an American citizen so 1 can vole for my • brother-in-law in case he runs for president," Pete grinned. "But that's beside thu point." The actior's close friends arc past masters at needling. He is a | member of Hollywood "in group" which consists of Prank Sinatra. Dean Martin, Tony Curtis and director Billy Wilder. Lawford's future never looker!' brighter, His TV series has been j renewed, and ho will co-stai with Sinatra in a new movie. "Ocean's 11." He's also formed his own com pany, Kenlow Productions (not ''Ltd." either, by golly., and is producing a telesories starring Carl Reiner. Sid Caesar's old sidekick. WASHINGTON im< migration Service reported today r.botit $112000 wns found on Uvci Cuban yachts anchored at K.ey West Pla. und carrying high dig/ hitarles of the overthrown regime of President Putgenclo fiatista. The 38 men aboard the Vessel? claimed these wne personal funds and Were permitted to keep this cash officials said. Inspectors reported that only afl "insignificant" sum was found in possession of Rolando Masfemst' accused by Ihe new Cuban gov< ernment of fleeing with 17 million dollars. MasfeiTcr n Cuban senator and close friend of Batista is Downer of the newspaper El Tiempo, Tho new Cuban government— officially recognized Wednesday* by tlii» United States — proposes to dd- mand his return to Cuba, Tho Immigration Service sairi the bulk of the money found on the two yachts was held by one individual Rear Adm. Arturo Caf- uoiilel Fell 42 who bad apbroxU malely $85000. In reporting the outcome of its check Into reports a great hoard of cash might be on the yachts the Immigration Service also .announced (he processing of (he passengers thus far has resulted In of admisison to sever) DeGaulleGels Continued Ff 6rti eft months and a week as 'premier during which he became the ; tfn- disputed leader o? his" cioifntfy, flS he had boon at the 'end 'of World War It. 'During those crowded months! he quelled tho rebellion , of colo nists In Algeria that had brought' him back to office, revised the governmental structure,, of France, laid the foundation for new relations between France &nd ( net' overseas territories, launched" a lough program of economic 'atis* torlty, saw elected a new Nallbnul Assembly with a large majoHty pledged to support him and won the presidency of the now' Fifth Republic by nn overwhelming vote. One of his first acts as president is expected to bo the naming of Michel Dcbrc, 46-year-old .justice minister in his cabinet, to be premier of the new government. years! Ernest Gobdl6d( N~dW 22, J&H 'fobbery; 18 , J»ears> Henry, Wefght Sf,, May 1.1 tm, ' !. ',v/« '-i ,, Lewis fefidy,' grants men. The seven will be admitted on parole as political refugees. All are officers of the old Cuban navy who arrived at Key West on tho Marta III once used by Batista as his personal yacht. Fell is ono of the seven. Earlier the Immigration Service reported thai 312 Cuban refugees have arrived in the United Stales .since Ihe Batista government fell. Officials said 22 have been granted admission as temporary visitors and 83 given parole pending further investigation. Parole Board Refuses to Cut Sentence LITTLE ROCK (AP)—Convicted rapist Roy Newbold, who wdn a commutation of sentence frojn Gov. Orval E. Faubus despite objections of Greene County officials, lost a bid for a parole yesterday, W.P. Ball, director'of the staio Board of Pardons and P'o'rqJes. said the board turned down Newbold's parole request because it felt unfavorable publicity follow, ing the commutatio'h indicated strong opposition to his release. Newbold w a s convicted in Faubus to Dedicate Foreman Plant FOREMAN, Ark. (AP) — Gov ijrval E. Faubus will be tiie principal speaker Jan. 21 for the formal dedication of the Arkansas Cement .Corp,'s new multi-million dollar plant here. F.aubus has invited the gov.- ernbrs of Louisiana, Oklahoma and: Texas to attend. CONTINUES WITH FURTHER REDUCTIONS JEWELRY f . AW*|£Vf."W'«*»W..r "V-" ALL NEW FALL & WINTER 'STYLES Price ;Neckloces, Eorrings, •• Pint and Bracelets COTTON DUS1ERS , !»• ~-.-f'.- ' - .' $3 SMOCKS $2 . * ^^^^^ ROBES Nylsn * Crept » Silk MILLINERY NEW FALL & WINTER HATS ALL COLORS INCLUDING WHITE NEW FALL & WINTER MERCHANDISE VALUES TO $17,98 Now $ 7 StYUIS and FABRICS BLOUSES LOVELY SUIT STYLES -. $7.98 VALUES 3.00 • CREPES • NYLONS • SILKS ONE RACK DRESSES VAtUES TO $17,98 Now r$ & REG, ONI BACK LADIES BELTS ' GENUINE UATHIR AND YitYETS YALUIS TQ f&SI O nd All Sales Final .-JET ntJ.MAlNJT Fashion Shoppe , — .. ^r ^* Game Brings Trouble to a Church NEW YORK (AP) — A bingo game sponsored by a Bron.v church wont • on as scheduled Wednesday despite the serving of a license suspension summons while the game was in progress. The Church of the Holy Resurrection, the first group in the citv to get a bingo license under a new state law that became effective here Jan. 1, wns the first to suffer license suspension. It proved a disturbing Christmas Day for the, qhur'cli; AVhoso' Ukrainian Orthodox congregation was celebrating the holiday under, their ancient calendar. The license suspension stemmed from a bingo game conducted under auspices of the church last summer. During that game three women won $1,000. They complained they never received th» money. Church officials said the lay operator of that game was responsible for church. As the bingo session got unclor way Wednesday, Edward Doyle, assistant ilicense commissioner, at- 1 tempted to .hand the sumrnons to the Rev. Walter M. Propheta. dean of priests at the church, The Rev. Mr. Prophe.ta ignored the summons, and Doyle placed it. on the clergyman's knees. It' was brushed to -the floor. Official action against the church had been taken Tuesday night. The summons calls for the Greene Ciriuit Court in 1948 .of raping his 25-year-old daughter, and was sentenced to life imprisonment. His sentence., was cut 1 ( by Faubus to 2 years, making him eligible for immediate parole. The board voted to hold up Newbold's application for t h v e m'onths, Ball said, adding: "This does not mean he will be paroled then, but that we canno't application ,Phil(!ii«T%i March 23i yi957>arsbh j !K'3 <ydftm' («/ May ,11, 1983, ..,„ mtil'dCr, 15 "yeai's"!' Crtrl tyjllt'atfis,, Aug-,.21, 1057, burglary rtrtd'gffihd /larceny, 4 years! Adolph Wurzbtirger, Nov. 8, losfi. Irst c'egre murder, ,45 years. CrittendunAfoSeph darnel, Sepi 27, 1067, possession of d couhtpf* felt IrtslfUrneht, 3 >&ars,' t £t, Fr&ftcis; ,-*- Thbmas Gray, Feb. 8, 4958. grand larceny, il ears; John Hobbs t May 2, 1058. iurelary, ( ' Z.yeargi i Miller — Franklin Norton, Nov. 5, 1950, v imbortih'g stolert properly nto Arkansas, years, . , Mississippi,— MeKinleV Jortloti, VIni'ch'' ,,20, 1 -. burglary nful grand larceny, »4. yearg. CrawforcK — (.lien F, McCammon, Oct. 27/ removing mort ga»ed properly, C months, liawrencd''—, l5dward Shlelrln. in. 2Ci; 1958, burglary, 2 yea)'K Washington — Robert P. Taylor, Aug. 30, 1958i forgery and uttering, one' year, • Cross and Craighead — Homer I. Woodsj Feb. 3, infiR, forgery and Uttering, 2 year-*. te|is1aUve ' program at -.the > cdnferende. tto -said he will • not rdV'ed'lt'Unlil He makes his frrt^Jnaugufal address tu Jle said he will spend throe days in Seclusion this tveek end wHtirig the address. / E*atibus said tie* krtfew of Fqubiis^lans to See All ation deportrH&nts which warited tn Spenser 'legislation and he Was sure there were others which hat! not yet discussed their bills WitH him., , He mentioned specifically a bill to clear the wdy fdr conversion ,of the Army-Navy Hospital at, Hot Springs to a Vocational iion center; and anothefe ji'U'litionnl ppi-sonncl for tns Edufcation Oopattmeht" 'to 'fid* minister tho new feder'al' edUci»-' fiftPnl spaocl up program The governor was certain thb< something would bo ciono to change the 1P57 property rehsscs" sment law but ho Wts not ; specifiii, "Reassessment is a controversy with which we all have to deal," he sale), „ Daisy Workers Vofc Against o Union '. ; ROGifiHS, Ark. (AP)— A proposal to unionize employes of the new Daisy Manufacturing Co.. plant here Was turned down yps» lerclay by a vote of 343 to '115. The AFL-CIO Machinist Union sought to become bargaining agont ior the air rifle plant's workers Hvill t -; v f From, -Page that 'fiisenl'iow submit 'a balanfce'd budget for spending about t 1 ? billion dot lars in' the' fiscal yea'r starting, July 1. T r hat is nearly three billionl;, ; dollars, less than estimated spend* ing in the current -year. '-^ ''The White ttousie announced today, that the third major admln< i^tratibn message to Congress. 4 lHe 'President's ', annual economic a-a-' port K Will go to the Capitol Jart, 20. • .The. Suggestion 'that Elsenhow^f may 1 'make a series' of televisor! talks reflects an pdminl | 'h i ntlpn feeogriition that iL probably will lake a,hord,tyght tp.hold.sponding to,,the'HeVel-'he' proposes^ nonpayment, not the even consider the again 'before then." Objections to Newbold's release were raised by Circuit Judge Charles W. Light of, PaiMgoilld. Greene County Sheriff Bill Hyde and Prosecutor Terry Shell. Newbold, 56, formerly operated a night club at Paragould. Ho entered tho penitentiary Dec. 10, '1948. After Faubus reduced Newbold's, sentence, he said he did so on the provision that Nowbold would: never return to the Paragould; area i£ he were released. M-- ,» Newbold's petition was one of. several acted on, by the b,oard, Those paroled arid their date of: sentenc", crime and teim, included: .', , .l,\ • ,,„ jl Sebastian' County — ' Willard'AU lison, April 30, 1957, burglary and grand larceny, 5 years; Billy Joo Green, April 26, 0957, burglary, -5 years; Lena Mae Morris, Oct. 10, 1956, voluntary manslaughter. P years. Clnrk — 'Duke Madison Arnold. March 18, 1953, forgery and uttering, 3 years; Henry Rochell, : July 28, 1958, grand larceny, one year Jefferson—Bobby Ray Atchisbn,, Oct. 9, 1957, armed robbery, LITTLE ROCK-(APJ—Members of i Gov. Orval E. -Faub'us' administration are under-orders to clear any legislationVtheyi seek through the governor's office before presenting-il lo,,tbe -Legislature. ^Faubus-revealed that policy yesterday for the 'Upcoming legislative session, .which opens Tuesday. "This is so we can keep track o'f the entire legislative program and avoid duplication of work." Faubus said. ' • He told reporters at. a news conference that department heads wore warned' not to lobby for bills- 1 as administration-sponsored unless the measures had' been an- proved byhis-office. The 'instructions were laid down o,t a 156-hour A staff meeting yes- terday.imorning, -the- governor said. ' Faubus. declined ,to discuss his MOTOROLA A regular Motorola TV has been operating continuously since March 18,'1958. A total of over 7200 hours without any.ybreak- downi This Is equivalent' to nearly 6 years of normal-use.- Motorola TV can be 'purchased only at Bakerls Easy Pay Stores with a 1 written Lifetime Picture Tube Warranty. BAKER'S • EASY PAY STORES ' ;212 E.-Second, Hope,-Ark; TONITE 6:30 -'8:30 DOROTHY MALONE "TO6MUCH TOO SOON" STARTS FRSDAY Double - Action, THIYIRG1K MRADISC OFTEN THOUSAKD RAIDERS ' CINEMASCOPE EXTRA ;LAFFS COMEDY CASPER CARTOON clergymen to appear in istrate's Court Jan. 22. Mag- Sen. Johnson Continued Frorn Page One son (D'Tex), They announced they woulc] cojanter-attaok by moving to set aside Johnson's resolution and take up instead a more far»reaelv in? proposal for overhauling Sort- ate rules. This strategy was pereed en by Democratic and Republican sena.' I tors who make up a steering committee of the antifiUhuster forcps. Johnson used his position $$ majority leader to seize the initiative at the opening session of Ihe new Senate Wednesday and won the first skirmish Jn the rules battle. But Sens. Paul H, Pouelas <T?» 111) Hubert Humnhrey (D-!Viinn> and Jacob K Tnvits (ft-N^H jn« 'iftprl the antifihbuster coalition is far from licked, They also jnade ftopr fhpv P r R bpnking on con from Vif'p President Nixon, the Senate's nrpsir'iig ntticfr. who sides wifl tbpin in ront^ndinw thnt enrh new Senate ha<! the ri»ht to adopt }t? o«'" ri)lp<! hv >nsiorjtv vote. TVi* noint is Jmnortant because if Nixon's vifv is »"Stai.ned, a. •nnlnritv coul'l vote to *>™t fjif**re>nt rnlpjR H''thr»11 Congress. Instead, Johnson proposed a change in rules to permit flUbus-' ters to be halted by two-thirds of :t\e senators present and voting; This contrasts with the present rules requiring tho votes of 66' senators, or two-thircls of qll 8 members, to shut off debate. It also contrasts with proposals to permit debate limitation by fi majority of the members, -or 50 senators, Lea a I Notice • A. SALE 2 DRESS RAjCKS FULL OF'BARGAINS * 1 Rack Values to $14:95 • 1 Rack Values to $12.95 ' ' r ' Girls Sizes .... 7 - 1.5. -ladies Sizes, ]2-'52^ New Fall Stock of Assorted Styles-& Patterns All Ladies and Girls n"(Jpr the rost,ric*lons o' r»-(or J-M'/>« I'Vio rnlpB now np>-r*<U ii"i(pnit«'J /iphoto on nny mo'ion ti oh-nin the rules. O"nosin«« that !«• 1 u e view Ijiat tvi'/> OPDINANCE NO. 214 AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND, ORDINANCE- NO, 206, ESTAB,' LISHING THE RATES TO BE •CHARGED FOR THE SERVICES TO BE RENDERED BY THE (WASHINGTON WATERWORKS SYSTEM, Section 1 of Ordinanpe No, 206 be, and the same is amended to read as follows, SECTION 1. That the following rates are hereby fixed lot the services to be rendered bv the Washington Waterworks Systern, to* wit; WATER RATES, PER MONTH For the first 5,000 gallons or Jess .. - ? 3,00 For each additional 1,000 gallons Minimum charge for a residence or a Corm mereial Establishment Minimum, cjiarge for a School '(each)) F}re Hydrants Except for the Fire Hydrants, schools, and cemetary, all services shall be metered, and each Apart* men* in ar) Apartment House shall be considered as a separate user. No free service shall be given Z>r permitted. Water meters are to be read, on the JSth of each month, bills to. be f-rgsented to customers on the 2.5th, and customers have until 5th, of next month to nay net charges. If a bill is not paid by 5th then a penalty of 10% will be added. If the bill remains unpaid for ten. more days, the water service may be disconnected and a charge of T/WQ Dollars plus all delinquent charges, must be paid before the premises. wllj b,e re-connected to the Water-, •works System. Passed this 6th day of Jqn.uijry, ,35 3,00 f 30,00 48.0Q R-E-D-U-C-E-D lY - ' :• These are exceptional values in" Ladies and Girls, Carqoqts, Fur lined hoods, Assorted"cpldrs, 1 Cdmpletely lined. Children's 6-16 — Ladies 12-18 25-33% of! Girls Banlon SWEATERS These are 100% Orion Banlon Sweaters, Assortment of colors and patterns;. Slipover and Cardigans, A limited supply of this fabulous buy, Sizes 6-16 • 20% off Boy's Corduroy PT w^k m^k H 4pr ' Limited Supply A ggod buy for ygur sghopl needs Vglu§5 - tQ|2,?8 . Si?es 3,13 Ladies Corduroy SLIM JIMS $1.88 lay's 1314 Ox, " JEANS • Sanforized • • $166 lesyre^ltww Close Out — All Udies FALL HATS price USE OUR CONVENIENT LAYAWAY PLAN Boy 1 ! SHIRTS s: White qn.cj gcrg Men's Cordwrcy PANTS f Qenyinp CpmKed Cor^yrpy i A gop4 t>My for tng working man mm

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