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Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 13, 1961
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I V/O n u >• t M i A i Tuesday, June 13, 1961 Court Docket MUNICIPAL COURT j June 12,1941 Willie James flraixloii, reckless driving, pica guilty, fined $31.50 j Thomas Allen Uiley. drinking intoxicating liquor in n public; place, forfeited $lfi.r>0 rash bomlj Jimmie K. Lowninn. inijiroper; turn in street, forfeiled .•,)!.50! cash liond HOSOJI I.PO Reliford. improper lislits. pirn willy, fined SI I.SO Williiini K. Adams, hnxni dntis (Iriviin;. forfciletl $lf>.;~><> cash bond. l<t'roy Williams. Jr., aggravated assault, Irk'd. fined $5(1.50 Ruddy Finn, driving while in- tnxk'/itcd, pica guilty fined $250.50 10 days in jail, driver's license revoked for one year Leroy Williams. Jr.. driving while iiilo.xicalcd, pica guilty, ON HIS DAY whatever he's tike ...he'illike. because fee fresh, subtle aroma of Dunhili appeals to every man. Choose Dunhili After Shave and Cologne in fhe unique gold- capped bottle. Give him bofh en this handsome gift ser. He'O really appreciate if. Gift Seh @ 3.00*; 5.00* *thu Meral lax. BURN From Records at Hempstead Courthouse CHANCERY DOCKET George II. Slroud vs. Uuby (',. •Stroud, Description: Divorce. MARRIAGE LICENCES ISSUED Edward White, Hope, Virginia Kiivsey, Hope.' Randall McDonald, Lcwisvillc, Johnnie Fayc Curtis, Hope. Lee Dell Muldrow, McNab, Mary Lee Stuart, McNab. Dale F. Deahl, Miss Martha Elizabeth Bogan, Floyd Johnson, Phillips. Hope. Edward I... Pilcher, Toxarkana, Lena Faye Odem, Genoa. Pocahanlas. Hope, Derlene Seven million bushels of apples were picked and neatly 5,000 train car loads were shipped from Northwest Arkansas in I!)I!). fined $56.50, and one day in jail Rilcy Williams, drunkenness, plea guilty, fined $10.50. The following firfeited ,?10.50 cash bond on a charge of drunkenness: Willie Lacey, Fed Wealhcr, spoon,Frank Smith, Hollis Johnson, Paul May Buddy Finn, 'driving wMlc license revoked, plea guilty, fined $31.50 State Docket Thomas Motor Freight Line. moving on Saturday afternoon with permit load, forfeited ?:il.5fl cash bond E. C. Als-ip, assault and battery, forfeited S31.50 cash bond Willie Taylor Jr., disturbing peace, tried, fined $31.50 Claude H. Thigpen, speeding, forfeited $11.50 cash bond Tri-Power Corporation Sand Mountain Distributing Co., Thomas Motor Freight, overweight, forfeited ?31 5) cash bond The following forfeited $100 cash bond on a charge o£ no A.- C. C. authority: Empire U-Drive, P & W. Leasing Co., Ed Davenport. Ramon Rine, George R. Tong, Head Leasing Co. Gene Gorham, assault with intent to kill, examination waived, held t ogrand jury, bond fixed at $1,000 Civil Docket Westoi? .. H. Greene dba Greene's Grocery & Market, vs. Malvin Henry, Hope Brick Works,garnishee, action on account for $90.34, dismissed Ike Discusses Cuba Invasion Disaster By HAROLD .HARRISON CINCINNATI. Ohio fA'P) — Old i soldier Dwighl D. Eisenhower •still says no invasion can be successful without adequate air cover iif there is opposing air power by the defense. Gen. Eisenhower, who directed allied landings in World War II, made his statement Monday in commenting on the abortive invasion of Cuba by forces opposed to the regime of Fidel Castro. The statement, at a news conference, came a day after new Republican National Chairman William E, Miller declared President Kennedy "rescinded and revoked the Eisenhower plan to •we the Cuban freedom fighters "elected by American air pow- Thc former president also said ic United States cannot very inch longer "keep on ice" the latter of resuming nuclear test- g. Me told the news conference the time comes when we have fix a date" beyond which the alion would not feel bound to ab- ain from testing. "If we are just going to stand round talking," the Soviets could testing without the United tales knowing it, he asserted. Ei- enliowcr said that before he left White House "I told my pco- e we definitely would lake teps" toward fixing a date. So iv as he knows, he said, no date as been sot. Eisenhower was here for a day there's no one like Dai.. there's no gift like Arrow White Arrow white shirts will keep Dad looking mighty smart and feeling rightly proud every time he wears them. These trend-setting shirts fit so perfectly they seem personally measured. And the Collar styles give a man tiie kind of flattery he can count on. Choose Da<J's favorites from OUT wide range of up- to-the-minute styles... ill fine "Sanforized" fabrics .., both wash and wear and conventional types. $4.50 Op of political activities. Several thousand persons sweltered in hot and humid weather to greet, him at midday at Lunken Airport, He was showered with ticker lope and confetti as he rode in mvopen automobile to downtown Cincinnati. The windup was a $100-a-]tfate dinner at Cincinnati's Music Hall wilh a packed house of 1,500 on hand. Sen. Thruston Morton of Ken.- lucky, who recently resigned as chairman of the Republican National Committee, was the principal speaker. He called upon the Kennedy administration to define the boundaries beyond which communism would not be tolerated. "If we want peace in our time we must draw the line," Morton said. "I don't know where the line is; the administration must find it. But we can't stand this constant erosion." Eisenhower made a plea for Republican voices to be heard in HAROLD HENDRIX PULPWOOD DEALER Buyers of Pin* md Hardwood. Hope Yard Prtscott Y«rd 16th & La. 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