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1 GRAPES Wiederkehr Wine Cellars GRAS INGER, JACK Children and youth GRAVES. LESTER Legislature (Ark) GRAVETT Nuts GRAY, JOE Culture and the arts GRAY. MARION H Dentistry and dentists GREATER LITTLE ROCK MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION see Civil rights and discrimination GREEN BAY PACKAGING INC Arkansas Kraft Corp GEEEN. GLENN Associated Industries of Arkansas GREENE COUNTY Poor Voters defeat tax for courthouse and jail WENLAND Water GREER. WILLIAM Rivers and lakes GREERS FERRY LAKE see Rivers and lakes GREETING CARDS Article on Christmas cards with personal ity 12/ 8/63 E4 1 GREGORY. MAXINE HARRIS Prostitution GRIDIRON MW Pulaski County Bar Assn shaw pleases crowd of people 5/15/64B1 3 GRINAGE, BEN Civil rights and discrimination GRIST KILLS Old mill at Evening Shade recalls pioneer Ark town's history 6/ 2/63 E4 1 History of Johnson Mill 4/26/64E5 2,Johnson Mill. built in is still running 4/26/64 E5 2 GRISWOLD, NAT R Civil rights and discrimination Governor (Ark) Little Rock University GROCERY STORES see Food and grocery stores GRONOU SKI. JOHN A Postmaster General to speak at LR GUIDED MISSILES see Defenses and armed forces GILLEY, TOM Governor (Ark)

2 GUNS see Firearms GU~RIDGE. AMIS Civil rights and discrimination Governor (Ark) HAMETT, MATTIE GARNER State Rep from Lafayette County dies Editorial on death of lawmaker Gw Orval Faubue. 50 legislators attend funeral HAILSTORMS see Weather and storms HAISLIP. CLIFFORD Books and writing HALEY. &EX University of Arkansas HALEY, GEORGE Civil rights and discrimination HP;LEY, JOHN H Madison County Politics and elections HALL, NANCY J Treasurer (Ark) HALL, W N Guest house at Hall home in Sheridan is unusual 6/30/63 E6 I HALLOWEEN Searcy officials seek curb on activities as safety measure 10/31/63 A3 3 Injuries, fires reported as mischief spans violence 11/ 1/ Searcy,youngeters did trick-or-treat before night 11/2/63A3 1 WLUM, JOHN Biographical sketch of author, attorney, teacher 3/22/64E4 I HALSTEAD METAL PRODUCTS CO Large plant may locate at Wynne 2/16/63A2 3 Copper tubing plant to locate at Wynne 3/23/63 A2 1 Wynne okays plant bonds 5/8/63A4 1 HAM, EVERETT A JR Conway County Governor (Ark) Politics and elections KAMBERG. ALPH Conway resident collects old lamp shades HAMBURG SCHOOL DISTRICT see Education - Hamburg District HAMBURG SHIRT CORPORATION NLRB issues complaint of unfair labor practices HAMILTON. CHARLES G College of the Ozarks HAMILTON. GJADYS I Books and writing HAMILTON, SCOTT D JR Earthquakes HAML.IN PRODUCTS INC

3 Firm found unfair by NLRB examiner HAMMERSCHMIDT. JOHN PAUL Politics and elections Prisons and prisoners Roads Wammerschmidt is delegate to Republican Natl Convention Named chmn of Stare Republican Party HAMPTON SCHOOL DISTRICT see Education - Hampton District HAKPTON, WAYNE Roade~ HANCOCK. J CARL Culture and the arts HAND1 CAPPED Arkansas School for the Blind Education - Remedial and special Learning difficulties Grace Pinkerton. 71, trains at Arkansas Enterprises Major bldg at Arkansas Enterprises for the Blind completed SW Rehabilitation Center for the Blind dedicates bldg Trainees at Ark Enterprises for the Blind plant flowers Man who was blind 20 yrs regained sight after leg amputated Arkansas listed among strongest leaders in rehabilitation HAND I CRAJ?l! S see Culture and the arts see Festivals HANFORD PRODUCE CO Cl arkm ille plant opens Clarkmille plant women strike for right to sit down on job Clarksville plant struck: union blames firm Strike at Clarksville settled HANGER. KENNETH H Gives Robert Crittenden document to Territorial Restoration HANKINS. W H Hankins is only man ever to defeat Orval Faubus in election HANKS, JAMES MILLANDER Hietory (Ark) HANSEN. WILLIAM W JR Civil rights and discrimination Education - Little Rock District HAR-WOOD LUMBER PRODUCTS (XI Waldron plant destroyed by fire HARBAGE, MARY Univ of Ark professor was once on Korean Reds ' death list HARBORS. PORTS AND MARINAS LRts port site will have to be raised before terminals built Pine Bluff port will be finest on Arkansas River Pine Bluff Port Authority seeks funds fox project on river Pine Bluff plan would make fill in Arkansas River for indus Time has arrived to start on port for LR. Ancil Douthit says Housing subdivision about to locate in LR Port area 12/29/64 B1 8

4 : LR may seek $ bond issue for industrial port Central Ark govts agree to seek single river port LR to vote on bonds for port facility Meetings held to form Little Rock Port Authority LR residents to vote on million dollar bond issue for port Port bond plan st LR wins narrowly Bonds sold for Little Rock port work HARD1 NG COLLEGE Football Harding College files counterclaim wer unfinished book College launches fund drive for building program Henry Woods calls Harding Coll part of far tight propaganda Harding expects $ from LR area Dr George S Benson addresses Freedom Forum on communism Harding Coll holding 24th annual Freedom Forum French diplmat wins battle of wits with head of SAR Revilo Oliver and the 'conspiratorst (ed) Br Clifton L Ganus calls for more dedication in churches More time, morrey for conservative cause urged at Forum Bestows honorary degree on Sen John McClellan Sponsors Americanism seminar for high schoolers Harding to admit three Negroes Gazette commends Harding for admitting Negroes Former board member oppose6 integration of Harding College Harding College's Freedom Forum to be held in Little Rock Dr Ernest L Wilkinson is speaker in Harding's Freedom Forum Federal controls st if le business. editor tells Forum W J Grede says taxes should not be used to regulate business End of American free enterprise system discussed Gazette comments on gloom of Freedom Forum proceedings Internationalization is goal of big business, Forum told Schools need outside aid, Freedom Forum told Real idea swapping heard at Freedom Forum The Freedom Forum (ed) 3 Bill Becker calls George Benson remarks fantastic nonsense Participant asks Gazette just what it stands for Films produced by Harding Coll banned in Mempis schools Harding President Geo S Benson says headline misrepresents Memphis schools lift ban on shuwing Harding College films History textbook authors. Harding College drop suits Harding College receives $ grant frm NIH for research Harding President George S Benson denies radical right charge Harding program called factory of radical right propaganda Sloan Fdn says it gave to Harding. not NEP What underlies concern for program at Harding (ed) James D Bales responds to criticism of NEP Readers respond to criticism of Harding and NEP Court refuses to settle raw between Harding. - authors 3/14/63 All 3/21/63 B1 3/31/63 E5 4/ 2/63 A2 4/24/ 63 A3 4/24/ 63 A3 4/25/ 63 A3 4/25/63 A6 4/26/63 AlO 4/26/63 A10 5/31/63 A9 6/ 9/63 A2 9/10/63 B14 9/13/63 A6 9/18/63 A6 2/ 2/ 64 A16 2/ 4/64 B1 2/ 5/64 B1 2/ 5/64 BZ 2/ 5/64 B10 2/ 6/64 A6 2/ 6/64 B1 2/ 7/64 B1 2/ 7/64 B9 2/ 8/64 A4 2/13/64 A6 2/20/ 64 A6 3/ 9/64 B7 3/14/64 A4 3/19/64 A2 5/27/64 A16 8/ 7/64 B1 9/20/64 Al 9/20/64 Al 9/21/64 Al 9/23/64 A6 9/23/64 A6 9/27/64 E3 9/30/64 B10 Dr George S Benson defines NEP's role 10/ 7/64 A6 3 Dr George S Benson discusses NEP and Harding College 10/18/64 A4 1 HARDY SCHOOL DISTRICT

5 see Education - Highland District WGIS. BILLY JAMES Communism -Y, JOHN NORMAN Public prosecutors HARMON. L REMMEL Politics and elections HARNISCHFEGER CORP Finn that makes prefabricated houses coming to Jacksonville 12/ 6/63 B1 2 HAFtPER, TOM Politics and gwt -La JOHN ROBERT Vigilance groups HARRIS. ALBERT Sex crimes HARRIS. DANE Gambling HARRIS, FRANK Murders - Dever family HARRIS. OREN E Congress - House Diet 4 HARRIS. WALTER C Books and writing HARRIS ON Water Weather and storms Urban Renewal program Tears its goal Contract let for Urban Renewal project to curb flooding Article on bustling activity in north Arkansas town ' HARRISON. DUTCH Athletics and sports HARSH. JOHN W Highway Department (Ark) HARTFORD Water NARTZ, JACOB SR Founder of Hartz Seed Co dies at Stuttgsrt HARVEY. OLIVER C Defenses and armed forces HARVEY, ROBERT Politics and elections HARVEY, WILLIAM HOPE "COIN" Monte Ne HARWOOD. JAMES T Vietnam Conflict HASHBARG ER. WILL I AM H See also Rivers and lakes HATQI ACT see Government employee^. State HATFIEL D. GENE Housing

6 HATFIELD, LAWSON Baptist Church HATT IEV ILLE Postal Service HPJJKINS. MARLIN Conway County Virco Manufacturing Corp HAXBY, TOM Ceramics and pottery HAYES BROTHERS FLOORING CO Calico Rock plant workers out on strike HAYS. BROOKS Books and writing Honored by NCCJ as Protestant of the Year Hays speaks at Arkansas Polytechnic College Rumor says Hays to resign as presidential assistant Hays was guest on Jack Paar Show on NBC Explains his moderate stand on 1957 LR school crisis Hays speaks at Hendrix College on 1957 school crisis Of human dignity (ed) Discusses political ethics in lecture at Hendrix College Racial problems can be solved. Hays says Speaks at World Trade Week event in Dallas Honored by Southern Baptiet College at Walnut Ridge Says Southern white moderates should help Negro moderates Hays urges Bible application to race issue Says day past when racial problems can be handled locally Race issue hurts America abroad, Hays says Hays retains hopeful outlook on race relations Interviewed on subject of racial integration, civil rights Donates $1.000 honorarium to Univ of Ark alumni Hays to speak at Fort Smith Junior College Says JFK vote loss over civil rights will be small Gav Feubue says statement on JFK vote loss significant Says he has no plans to run for any office Named to head Natl Brotherhood Week Donates $1,000 to Ouachita Baptist Univ fund Hays lauds continuity of govt after JEK assassination Presidential asst thinks civil rights bill to pass in 1964 Returned German Bible to rightful owner in Germany Accepts post as professor of govt at Rutgers Univ Harry S Truman will head dignitaries to attend Hays dinner Sen Eugene McCarthy to speak at dinner honoring Hays Fonner President Harry Truman to miss dinner honoring Hays Testimonial dinner is a ticket sellout Gw Orval Faubus on platform with Hays at dinner Hays praised at testimonial. dinner Hays and happier days (ed) Hays defends f cderal aid to education Hays tells Baptists to take sides in US political issues Hays praises new federal civil rights law 2/17/63 E3 5 3/12/63 A8 3 3/29/63 AlO 3 3/30/63A7 1 5/ 1/63 Al 8 5/1/63Al 8 5/ 2/63 A6 2 5/ 2/63 C / 8/63 B14 2 5/21/63 A2 4 5/27/63 A12 2 6/ 2/63 A15 1 6/23/63 Al3-6 6/25/63A4 3 7/20/63 A2 6 7/21/63 E3 5 7/21/63 E3 5 8/11/63 A3 8 10/20/63A4 3 10/21/63Al 2 10/22/63 B /27/63 A4 3 11/ 3/63 A8 1 11/14/63 A7 3 12/30/63A3 3 1/2/64B8 5 1/11/64 B12 5 1/15/ /12/64 Al 6 3/23/64 A2 5 4/ 3/64 B1 7 4/ 5/64 A21 4 4/ 7/64 Al 3 4/7/64Al 3 4/ 8/64 A6 2 4/13/64 B6 7 5/23/64 B8 4 7/ 7/

7 Pope Paul VI invites Hays to observe Ecumenical Council Bays describes his visit to Vatican Ecumenical Council Hays to speak at meeting on Civil Rights Act Speaks at civil rights meeting in LR Hays to retain post at Rutgers Univesity HAYS, BROOKS (Mrs) Mrs Hays accosted by youth in her Washington hane Mrs Ways suffered broken wrist in encounter with youth Youth held in attack on Mrs Hays Mrs Hays' aesailant pleads guilty HAZARDOUS MATER IATi S see Pollution, wastes and hazardous materials HELEY AND ROTH FUNERAL HOME Description of elegant new facility at LR HEALTH see Medicine and health HEALTH BOARD (Ark) see Health Department (Ark) HEALTH DEPARTMENT (Ark) Birth control and abortion Food State Health Bd acts on several matters HEATER, HETTIE Culture and the arts HEfSKELL. J N Historic buildings and sites Honored by University of Arizona HELENA Civil rights and discrimination City studies how to spend $250,000 Biscoe Windman bequest Hindman bequest to be used to build city auditorium Fire destroys two downtown firms HELENA CITY JAIL see Prisons and prisoners HELENA SCHOOL DISTRICT see Education - Helena District HEMPSTEAD COUNTY SMOOL DISTRICT see Education - Hempstead County District HEMPSTEAD, FAY Bust of Hempstead unveiled at LR by sculptor Bryant Baker HENDERSON STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE Football Dr D D McBrien retiring as president of Henderson State Dr D D McBrien receives tribute from Ralph A Phelps Jr M H Russell to be in~talled as president of Henderson State M H Russell installed as president Henderson State honors alumnus Dr T M Stinnett Henderson State accused of 'gaggingv Young Republicans Warren Lieblong hints Orval Faubus behind HSTC gag of YRs Guv Faubus says he would never try to gag college students Henderson State Teachers opens McBrien Hall

8 Gw Orval Faubus dedicates Henderson's new bldg HSTC has seal water ballet group HENDR ICKS. JAMES POW ELL Culture and the arts HWRIX COLLEGE see Civil rights and discrimination Hendrix enrolls 580. its capacity Hendrix studies possibility of desegregation Integration of Hendrix College urged by student newspaper Hendrix president Dr Marshall T Steel speaks Hendrix Coll trustees vote to admit Negro students Hendrix makes the mwe (ed on admission of Negro students) Three honorary doctorates to be awarded Hendrix completes construction of South Hall HENDRIX, ULEN Governor (Ark) HENSLEE. LEE Police Prisons and prisoners Former head of state prison dies of self-inflicted wound Editorial comment on service of Mr Henslee to state HERCULES POWDER CO Pollution, wastes and hazardous materials Firm to make new herbicide at Jacksonville plant Plant at 3acksonville to spend $1 million on improvements HEROISM Clodie McCuien of Conway, receives Carnegie Medal HERPETOLOGY see Wildlife HERRON, J T Dr Herron injured in auto wreck HICKMON. WAtTER C United States - Weather Bureau WICKS, EDWXN P Books and writing HIGDEN Town had to be relocated to make way for Greers Ferry Lake HIGGINS, THOMAS Colleges and universities HIGH CAPACITY PRODUCTS CO Finn to locate at El Dorado HIGHER EDUCATIONAL FINANCE, Commission on Co-ordination of see Colleges and univs - Finance and budgets HIGHLANI3 SCHOOL DISTRICT see Education - Highland District HIGHWAY COMMISSION (Ark) see Highway Department (Ark) HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT (Ark) Buildings and offices. Govt Finance and budgets, State govt Roads

9 Trucks and trucking industry John W Harsh named to AHC by Gav Orval Faubus Capitol talk Bays Director F R Oliver on way out AHC asks Director F R Oliver to resign Mac Sturgis may be next Highway Dept director AHC member Armil Taylor says Oliver doing a fine job AHC rift seen as member opposes ousting of F R Oliver Editorial discusses impending dismissal of F R Oliver Support grows for keeping F R Oliver as Director Hearing set on bill in Legis to stop ouster of F R Oliver House panel kills bill requiring that engineer head AHD Rep David Pryor sponsored bill to require engineer head AHD Sidney S McMath urged passage of bill requiring engineer head New bill on director's qualifications filed in House A full house vote on highway issue led) House vote narrowly misses requiring director be engineer W 3 Denton named to AHC to complete Crainvs term Rep David Pryor works to protect highway program integrity Engineers support engineer requirement for Dept director Arkansas editors comment on effort to oust F R Oliver Faubus friends prevent resolution of praise for F R Oliver Rep Lloyd George says F R Oliver meddles Zn politics House defeats mwe to save job of F R 01 iver Death of Mack-Blackwell (ed) Pause for reflection on future of highways (ed) Gov Faubus puts in strong word for Mack Sturgis for director Awful visione of Orval E Faubus (ed) Director F R Oliver resigns AHD position Gov Faubus defends expected naming of Mack Sturgis to poet The trained bears (ed on Oliver resignation) F B Oliver praises roads system, cites progress Dept pleased with Legislature's handling of road bills AHDts chief engineer Ward Goodman may be on way out William L Moore reportedly in line for Goodmanvs position Wayne Hampton says AHC to keep Ward Goodman AHD seems headed for relapse into politics Herbert L Thomas Sr sees AHD headed toward politics Verne L Tindall comments on politicization of AHD Stare press comments on AHD issues AHC accepts F R Oliver's resignation as director Ward Goodman named acting Highway Dept director Promot ions, personnel changes announced Gov Faubus said to be unhappy with some AHC members Gw Faubus dedicates new bldgs on New Benton Highway complex Gov Faubus may make commr appmt after deadline W M Smith Jr will be named to state Highway Commission Chauncey Lovelace Denton Jr named to AHC in brother's place Cushion fund of $2.5 million to be spent by Dept Familiar succession at the Faubus court (ed on Denton appt) HIGHWAY ECONOMIC SWDY COMMITTEE see Roads

10 HIKING see Walking HILDEEBRAND, JOE Mental test ordered for Outlaw of the Ozarks Hilderbrandls legal problems go back several years Hilderbrand found to be mentally ill, committed to State Hosp Hilderbrand will not be tried for escape fran State Hospital Article details exploits of Outlaw of the Ozarks Hilderbrand gets parole if conditions are met Prosecutor to drop charges against Hilderbrand in Madison Co HINDMAN, BISCOE Hindman left funds to Ark insitutions as memorial to father Helena studies how to spend $250,000 Hindman bequeat Helena to use bequest for city auditorium HINDMAN, THOMAS C Parks. recreation and tourism HINKLE, CARL C JR Economic development HMSHAWs J E (Jerry) Congress - House Dist 3 Tyeon's Inc HISTORIC BUILDINGS AND SITES Arkansas Territorial Restoration Parks, recreation snd tourism Chidester Home near Camden becomes museum Article on Hot Springs' old Auditorium Theater Bill in Legis encourages preserving historic areas Historic Stagecoach House west of LR sold Waxhaws, home of Archibald Yell at Fayetteville torn down Waxhaws, hame of Archibald Yell (photo) Walter H Pemberton house at LR to be torn dawn soon Arkansas Post said to be most historic spot in Ark Trapnall Hall restoration begun by Junior League Old Wolf House at Noxfork (sketch) Cane Hill has some historic landmarks Landmarks Society formed to gather data. push preservation Mrs Almon Faught heads Landmarks Society Sketch of Hosea Maguire house built in 1850 near Elkins Wildwood at Hot Springs to become museum Sketch of Old Statehouse, Ten Mile House, Trinity Cathedral Sketch of Territorial Restoration Trapnall Hall's renovation to be shown to newsmen Restored Trapndl Hall opens to public November 1 Charles H Whittemore house, built in 1800s, damaged by fire Quapaw Quarter buildings to be open to public this Sunday Stately mansion of W B Worthen being torn down at LR J N Heiskell speaks at dedication of Trapnall Hall Trapnall Hall named first official Quapaw Quarter building Commercial Hotel bldg at Fort Smith to be restored Brief history of Trapnall Hall Historic cottage on Absalon Fowler property at LR demolished 1/ 6/63 A4 1/ 8/63 A4 2/13/63 A4 1/ 6/63 All 1/ 6/63 E4 2/10/63 A2 2/22/ 63 Bl 2/28/63 B1 2/28/63 B1 5/ 5/63 A10 5/ 8/63 B1 5/29/63 A3 6/16/63 E6 7/14/63 E4 7/21/63 A3 7/21/63 A3 7/21/63 E6 8/18/63 E4 9/29/63 E5 9/29/63 E5 10/18/63 A8 10/20/63 A9 10/24/63 A4 10/31/63 B1 11/ 1/63 B1 11/ 2/63 A3 11/ 2/63 A3 11/27/63 B1 12/ 1/63 Dl7 12/22/63 A8

11 Joseph Knoble bldg at Fort Smith restored by C H Wortz Jr Fcild House at LR to be mwed frm downtown, restored Historic Chidester House at Camden saved by local interests Creation of Quapaw Quarter Historic Dist at LR urged Log house built in 1838 moved to Warren, restored Quapaw Quarter Historic Dist plan halted as opposition forms LR Planning Comm to take up Quapaw Quarter question again Trapnall Hall has brass chandeliers re-installed Hietoric farmhouse may be moved to Jonesboro for preservation Historic sites in Arkadelphia described Cottage in LR Quapaw ~uarterestored by Stanley M Gray Planning Comm approves ordinance to est abl ieh Quapaw Quarter Dardanellets historic houses described Terry antebellum home at LR offered to city as monument Terry Mansion is a place of memories and ghost Article on historic Crescent Hotel at Eureka Springs Group urges LR Mgr Bd to apprwe Quapaw Historic District Albert Pike ham was occupied by federal soldiers Lady Bird Johnson to dedicate Fort Smith Natl Historic Site Fort Smith Natl Historic Site dedicated by Lady Bird Johnson Quapaw Quarter Dist hits another stumbling block Description of Logan H Roots house and original furnishings Old Logan H Roots home on Scott St in LR to be torn down Rep J W Trimble seeks funds for Fort Belle Point restoration HISTORY (Ark) Automobiles and automobile drivers Chronicles of Arkansas Civil Wsr Fancher family Medicine and health Methodist Church Pioneer life Brief article on Gw Elias Nelson Conway Ben Crawley was friend of Indiana, hunted with them Crowley family were early Ark pioneers at Davidso~ruille Story says Indians knew of lead mine on Crawleyls Ridge Portrait of Rev Andrew Hunter found at LR Story from Sharp County pioneer settler Charles W Shaver Article on history of area at mouth of Arkansas River Great flood of 1927 created havoc in Ark Memphis artist restoring early Arkansas portraits Daniel Ringo was first Chief Justice of Ark Supreme Court Grave of Daniel Ringo to be marked in Mount Holly Cemetery Jackson Co Sheriff Richrd W Bandy saved Negro frcm lynching Marker placed at grave of Daniel Ringo in Mount Holly Arkansas Historical Assn meet is enlightening Steamboating influences history of Arkansas Game was plentiful in state's old-time canebrakes Oldtime public auctions described Capt William Thompson's grist mill at Evening Shade Sketch of old hotel bldg in Drakes Creek

12 Oldtime picnics were fun and f see Sketch of Reconstruction-era bldg in Old Carrollton Old Bank of Cotton Plant bldg (photo) Old camp meetings preceded the churches Mountain Springs school near Wesley described Stately old castle near Huntsville now abandoned (sketch) Birth of Territory commemorated by historical gift Crittenden and Bertrand families related through marriages Robert Crittenden's commission presented to state Helena observes 100th anniversary of Battle of Helena Sketch of lead mine at Poaca (Newton County) Historic markers at Helena tell story of earlier days Description of life of the old-time hunter and trapper Buckville reunion recalls life in earlier days History of Salem Methodist Campground and its revivals Memories of hunting at Hood Lake Sketch of old John Rose mill in Stone County Recollections of hunting trip along lower White River Sketch of Fieldin Salyer house built in 1849 at St Paul. Ark Diary of Sarah Ellsworth records early Hot Springs history Dr Prosper Harvey Ellsworth was pioneer Hot Springs physician Much Hot Springs history in story of building of Wildwood Memories of heavy snows of yesteryear Early-day Singer Forest was hunter's paradise History of town of Powhatan (~awrence County) State's worst fire was 50 years ago in Hot Springs Swexal of Arkansas1 s earliest cemeteries mentioned Arkadelphia Milling Co made economic history in its prime Joe N and W N Adams. E Nowlin headed Arlcadelphia Milling Co Hog-killing time in earlier days described Brushy Lake was fine game sanctuary around 1900 oldtime sorghum mill ieft sweet memories Reminiscences on hunting in Arkansas in earlier times Courthouse plays major sole in Saline County history History of Pea Ridge College at Pea Ridge (Benton County) Pea Ridge Coll grew out of Pea Ridge. Mount Vernon Academies Chester Ashley Hignight describes Clark Co in early days Documents add interest to Clark County history Jacob Barkman papers in Washington, D C relate to Clark Co Brief history of Snow Lake in Desha County Big Lake was a sanctuary for wild game Account of Richard Duck-Tom Drake fight wer their names Elkanah D Blevins was pioneer settler of north Arkansas Article on early travel in NE Ark by river and road Arkansas history needs awareness. Dr John Ferguson says Biog sketch of Congressman James Millander Hanks State govt to mwe to Washington. Ark, for anniversary event U S Rep James Millander Hanks helped get Univ of Ark started State govt goes to Washington. Ark, to mark anniversary Washington. Ark, relives past as state gwt operates for day Examples of rough side of LR in early days

13 Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show plsyed Fayettevile 66. yrs ago William Cody (Buffalo Bill) came to Ark with Union Army Historic school buildings in Fort Smith (photographs) History of Fort Smith's schools History of Camp Pike at NLR Jess Bearden farm house near Ash Flat antedates Civil War Memories of the steamboat days and Capt Edwin C Postal 48 delegates seated before constitutional conv adjourned Old time Sunday dinner recalled by writer Prescott history is subject of column Capt F W Tucker was plantation owner at Clover Bend Photograph of bame of Col D A A Deane in Franklin County Report on McGuffey reader. blue back speller Temperature hit record low on Jan 1, onesboro team beat St Louis Browns during 1890s era Article on old pontoon bridge at Dardanelle History of old brewery built at Fort Smith around 1851 Article on Pulaski Co Sheriff Anderson Mills History of Tollville (Prairie County) and Burgess Toll teacher'^ desk tells story of Pilgrim's Rest (Baxter Co) Dist Craighead County leaders raid illegal 'Blind Tiger1 Soldiers Service Center at LB meant a lot to WW I1 GIs Biographical sketch of John Hallum Article on William Montgomery and Montgomery ' 6 Point Portraits of Mr and Mrs James Sevier Conway kept in fsmily Early Arkansas land survey was a big job Article on church in Baxter County Historic areas of Greene County discussed Article on historic places in Arkadelphia Germans settled at Primrose Chapel near LR Primrose Chapel area settled by five German families Acct of 1865 explosion of sterner Sultana near Marion Sultana disaeter cost lives Sultana survivors told of their experiences Biographical sketch of Richard Augustus Whitmore Article on Tulip, once known as Athens of Arkansas Article reviews period when Ku Klux Klan was parer in Ark Rwiew of j ournal article on Commonwealth College Article on 'Diamond Jot Railroad at Hot Springs Old Cane Hill mill comes to life - in miniature History of Rockport, Hot Spring County Lawyer reviews cases where slaves had court rights in Ark History of Jordan Place School in Baxter County A L Malone rendered great service to Jonesboro Methodist Ch Pulaski Weights was once a thriving city Jessie Rose Smith shares her memories of early days in LR Photos and drawings of U M Rose home and family Adventures of Indian scout Charles L von Berg recounted Indian scout Charles L von Berg became Fayetteville resident ~escri~ tion of chimney construct ion in pioneer homes Lonely chimneys mark early history of Arkansas 2/23/64 E5

14 Summary of paper on Southern Tenant Farmers Union, Historians have differing views on Joseph T Robinson Old Washington recalls its fame for lawyers Norman Thomas comments on Southern Farmers Tenant Union History of Cushman Branch of Iron Mountain Railroad recalled HISTORY COMMISSION (Ark) Photographs and portraits Bill in Legis would reorganize Arkansae History Commission DL John Perguson directs Commission work Microfilm project to preserve valuable collections Comm closing its muse=, seeks proper disposition of items Dr John Ferguson searching Capitol for historic documents Letters of former governors of Ark to go to Commission Historic documents from Capitol moved to Commission offices Dr John L Ferguson placed in chg of writing history text book Adds 833 reels of microfilm of Civil War recorda Genealogy records among best in country HOAXES Culture and the arts HQBBS, W LESTER Killed in plane crash at Harrison HOELTZEL. PAULINE Article on careeer of retiring LRU instruct or HOEEWER BOXES INC Article on plant at LR and its product HOGAN* BEN M Little Rock contractor dies while on tour of company quarry Editorial tribute to the late Mr Hogan Funeral plans announced HOGS see Livestock and poultry HOLIDAY INN see Hotels HOLLAND FURNITURE CO Fire destroys building at Fort Smith plant HOLLYWOOD CLUB see Bars and night clubs HOLT, JACK JR Attorney General (Ark) HOLT, JAMES SEABORN Former Ark Supreme Ct justice dies in car wreck Tribute frm Arkansas Gazette Estate valued at $ goes to wife HOLTHOFF (BRUCE A SR) Family Mrs Holthoff, two children die in fire at plantation home HOME DEMONSTRATION COUNCIL. National Natl convention will bring 5,000 women to LR About 5,000 delegates have registered for LR conference HOMICIDE see Murders HOOD LAKE

15 see History (Ark) HOPE Civil rights and discrimination Fires Crowd of 500 show opposition to plan for paving, gutters HOPKINS, EDWARD J Defenses and armed forces HORATIO STATE BANK see Banks HORSE RACING Brief history of Oaklawn Park Oaklawn Park opens racing season Gov Faubus has not tackled problem of free passes Special section on Oaklawn Race Track at Hot Springs Oaklawn season opens Oaklawn Park keeps elwen farriers busy Arkansas Derby won by Prince Davelle HORSES DATE 10/10/63 A3 2/10-/63 F10 2/17/63 B1 2/17/63 E3 2/ 9/64 H1 2/16/64 B1 2/23/ 64 E5 4/ 5/64 B1 Slick trader can tell a horse's character 2/ 3/63 E6 World champion Perfection's Carbon Copy sold for record price 11/13/64 B1 HOSPITALS see Civil rights and discrimination see Medicine and health HOT SPRING COUNTY History (Ark) HOT SPRINGS Alcoholic beverages Civil rights and discrimination see dso Culture and the arts Dog racing Gambling History (Ark) Hotels Motion pictures Police Prostitution Rivers and lakes Water History of town recalled in article on famous theater Business on Bathhouse Row plummets to 27-year low City faced with revival of thermal bath industry Downtown fire causes loss of $50,000 Automobile of Prosecutor David B Whittington dynamited Prosecutor Whittington says bombing was a scare tactic Prosecutor Whittington asks data on bombing of his car State's worst fire was 50 years ago in Hot Springs Bathhouse Row land sale sought by Interior Dept Proposal on Bathhouse Row meets opposition at Hot Springs Chamber of Commerce opposes removal of Bathhouse Row rules Some residents fear loss of national park US Rep Oren Harris sees no.need for alarm over bill in Gong

16 Negroes seek integration of hotel baths City plugs its virtues after shutdown of casino Grand Jury asked to probe auditorium finances, other matters Southern Bar and Grill closes after gambling shutdown Vapors Club to close Survey reveals business slump Richard Wootton advises city to restructure economy HOT SPRINGS CONVENTION CENTEFt Ground broken for new facility HOT SPRINGS NATIONK PARK see Hot Springs see Parks, recreation and tourism HOT SPRINGS SCHOOL DISTRICT see Education - Hot Springs District HOTELS Bachelor Hotel at Conway destroyed by fire Explosion shook Bachelor Hotel at Conway before fire New Holiday Inn at NLR to open this week Downtowner Moter Inn at LR is object of NLRB complaint Downtowner Corp to fight rehiring order on two fired workers Aristocrat opens at Hot Springs NLRB agent gets testimony in dispute at Downtawner Motor Inn MLKB agent questions two in Downtowner Motor Inn case Nature of job becomes issue in union dispute with Downtowner Holiday Inn in NLR faces charges before NLRB Downtowner Inn telle NLRB its side of controversy Downtowner denies union charge on hirings Hearing ends in labor row at Downtowner Motor Inn NAACP rounding up support for Darntowner Moter Inn employees NAACP pledges aid to Downtownez Motor Inn strikers Downtowner says no to NAACP as mediator in dispute Downtowner Motor Inn used unfair labor practices. NLRB says NAACP orders signs for use at Downtawner Inn, Dr Jewel1 says Negroes march, sing in protest at Downtowner Motor Inn NLRB asks..us Circuit Ct to uphold decision on Downtowner NLRB rejects charges filed by Downtowner against union Hearing begins on labor dispute at Downtowner Downtowner labor hearing concluded NLRB examiner again declares Downtowner unfair to union Earl F Yeargan files chgs against Downtowner Motor Inn Hotel may be built as part of LR convention center complex NLRB examiner says Coachman Inn used pressure in union vote Mountain Inn at Fayetteville placed in receivership History of Arlington at Hot Springs recorded in photographs Augusta Inn opens Fire levels Barlow Hotel at Hope, killing three guests Mountain Inn at Fayerteville to be sold at auction S m Peck Hotel remodeling prsj ect way Article reviews history of Crescent Hotel at Eureka Springs Coachman's Inn pays bellman $500 to settled firing Southern Hotel st Warren destroyed. 5 firemen hurt

17 Southern Hotel at Warren destroyed by fire HOTZ, HENRY G University of Arkansas HOUGH. CASS S Named trulstee of John Brawn Univ HOUSE. BYRON W JR (Mrs) Governor (Ark) HOUSEHOLD FURNI SWINGS AND EQUIPMENT Fred Kellog is expert broommaker Alph Hamberg of Conway, collects old lamp shades HOU SING Civil rights and discrimination Colleges and univs - Housing Presbyterian Village Jacksonville City Council opposes start of housing program Adam Clayton Powell Fdn plans to build housing in Ark City of Trumann has massive housing project LR first in US to finish neighborhood renewal program LR City Mgr Ancil M Douthit urges standards code be adopted LR considering raising minimum housing standards Housing boards in state sell bonds jointly to save money LR to consider Minimum Housing Standards code W o newspapers comment on public housing and socialism Three high-rise apt bldgs going up in East Little Rock Ark Retired Teachers Assn plans 8-story apt building at LR Olen B Thmas heads Ark Council of Housing and Urban Renewal Village Square st LR to open next month Project at Danville for aged is first of kind in state Summit House at LR sold to Vance M Thompson Feature article on hane of Robert Combs near Fayetteville Plane for 235 rent houses near LRAFB announced Shorter College Gardens incorporated to prwide NLR housing Shorter College Gardens sponsored by Shorter College Summit House at LR offers luxurious living Batesville abolishes law-rent housing project Suit to block low rent housing in Dark Hollow dismissed Batesville mayor vetoes abolishing of housing project Warren landlords promise cleanup if publ ic housing rej ect ed Pulaski Co will need additional units by 1980 Lakewood House at NLR to be state's tallest apt building Mobile home makers ask easing of rules on highway use Pine Bluff to vote on desire for publ ic housing Pine Bluff voters rej ect public housing Article on Gene Hatf ieldt s Conway home built of junk Loan apprwed for construction of Presbyterian Village Article on Quigley 's Castle at Eureka Springs John Matthews Co planning exclusive residential area in NLR Controversy brews aver Univesity Park Urban Renewal HOWARD JOHNSON RESTAURANTS see Restaurants HOWARD. GEORGE JR 10/13/64 B1 5 1/19/63 A2 1 2/ 8/63 Al 4 2/17/63 C1 7/11/63 AlO 3 1 7/11/63 A10 3 7/14/63A9 1 7/28/63 A14 6 8/ 1/63 All 2 8/18/63E3 4 9/ 1/63 B1 2 10/27/63 C1 2 11/10/63 c4 4 11]17/63 C1 3 12/ 1/63 A6 6 12/ 6/63 A12 1 1/12/64D5 2 2/ 9/64 All 1 2/12164 El2 3 2/12/ /23/64A8 1 2/27/64 B1 8 3/ 7/64 B14 2 3/11/64 A2 6 3/13/64 A21 4 3/29/64 A14 1 4/ 9/64B1 2 4/29/64 Bl 5 6/11/64 B1 4 7/ 8/64 A4 1 8/ 9/64 I34 1 8/19/ /30/64 E3 2 9/ 2/64 B /16/64 A14 1

18 Education - Dollarway District HWARD, SARAH ETORIA Education - Dollarway District HWARD. WILLIAM M Education - Dollarway District HWE. WILLIAM H Books and writing HCMELL. CHARLES F Governor (Ark) HOWELL. MAX Legislature (Ark) Acts as governor of Ark. issues pardon HUBBARD. JOE Governor (Ark) HUDDLESTON. DICK see Huddleston. James Richard HUDDLESTON, JAMES RIWARD Pine Ridge Merchant of 'Lum and Abnert fame dies at Mena hospital 7/10/63 B9 3 HUDGENS FAMILY Hudgens family played important tole in Arkansas history 2/ 3/63 E4 1 HUGHES Gambling Fire sweeps through Negro community at Hughes HUGHES, 3 CARL 1/24/63B1 4 Gambling HUGHES, WILLIAM HAGGARD Madison County HULL. J W Arkansas Polytechnic College Excerpts frm speech to Little Rock Kiwanis Club HUMAN RELATIONS. Arkansas Council on see Civil rights and discrimination HUMOR see W i t and humor HUNGER see Poor HUNT. H L Gambling Hunt press conf at LR spans wide array of subjects Discusses his roots in Arkansas Summary of remarks at God and Country rally at LR HUNTER. ANDREW History (Ark) Methodist Church HUNTING see Shootings see Wildlife KUNTSV ILLE Water Town with population gets $1, in federal money 6/28/63 B1 6

19 Receipt of large grant is topic of editorials HURLEY, JOE B Mental health and disorders Politics and elections HURLEY, LOUIS E Governor (Ark) HURST, CALVIN Switzer. Albert HURST, KENNETH Governor (~rk) HURST, Q BYRUM Dog racing Gambling Religion Hurst indicted on federal tax counts imrolving $22,913 Senator Hurst says he does not owe govt one cent Trial will not be scheduled before fall Hurst pleads not guilty to tax charges Trial. on tax charges set for August 5 Hurst denied copy of testimony before Grand Jury Judge denies bill of particulars requested by Hurst Tax trial of Hurst starts Monday Hurst atty argues his client is loser in business Court told Q Byrum Hurst provided his own tax data Hurst says Owen B Madden often loans him money Witnesses tell of dealings with Hurst Testimony continues in tax evasion trial Twenty witnesses testify for govt st Hurst trial Witnesses tell Hurst expenses during four years Manager tells of golf club's cost to Hurst Atty Sam L Anderson tells of legal fees paid to Hurst Maxine Harris Gregory asked about money intended for Faubus Maxine Harris Gregory testifies Hurst got escrow fund IRS says Hurst nwer figured living expense IRS agent says Burst failed to report payments from seven IRS finishes testimony; Hurst calls a witness Numerous defense witnesses teetify to loans to Hurst Owney Madden testifies he loaned $20,000 to Hurst CPA asserts US owes Hurst a refund Swnmary of testimony by Rw Hurst in son's trial Hurst acquitted in US tax evasion trial State senator may seek judgeship HYPNOSIS Medicine and health I Q zoo see Animal Behavior Enterprises Inc ILLICIT DISTILLING see Alcoholic beverages ILLINOIS RIVER see Rivers and lakes ILLITERACY 7/14/63 E3 2

20 Illiteracy rate in Ark is 3.6 pct, Census Bureau reports 2/20/63 A3 IMPROVEMENT DISTRICTS Pollution, wastes and hazardous materials Suit to dissolve Base Line Sewer Dist thrown out 10/11/63 B18 US Supreme Ct refuses case of Dist 1 of Dardanelle 10/13/64 A3 Dist to build West Seventh St underpass at LR in 1927 ends 11/12/64 31 INCOME TAX see Taxation INCOME. Personal see Wages and salaries INDf ANS. American Archeology and anthropology Arkansas History (Ark) Article on Indians in Jonesboro area in early days 11/ 3/63 E6 Delaware Trail, other Indian trails in NE Ark 11/ 3/63 E6 Museum of the American Indian has several items' from Arkansas 4/17/64 B1 Indians left their legends in Solgohachia Sequoyah may have used salt kettle preserved at Dwer Buffalo Island was ancient home of Arkansas Indians INDUSTRIAL DEVEZOPMENT COMMISSION (Ark) s ee Economic development rnfluenza see Medicine and health ING, JAMES B Murders - Vaughan, Jerrell P INITIATIVE AND REE'ERENDUMS see Referendums INSECTS Trees and shrubs Fire ant has been eradicated in Arkansas INSURANCE Taxation Unemployment insurance and compensation Workers compensation insuracne Auto insurance rates raised by some firms Cost of auto insurance to rise State Supreme Ct rules firm must pay man shot while off job INSURANCE INDUSTRY Taxation Foreign ins firms not investing in Ark would pay more taxes Gov Faubus seeks to force foreign ins firms to invest in Ark Out-of-state insurance firms object to Faubus' plan Faubus' insurance investment-penalty bill now in House Wide speculation greets Gov Faubus ' ' foreign' insurance plan Insurance investments and the pub1 ic interest led) Faubus adm to introduce 2 bills on foreign firms investments Righting the record on Faubus insurance bills (ed) Gw Faubus ' s bills to compel investment violates principles Insurance group spokesman discusses forced investment bill Bills call for ins finns to invest in Ark or pay higher taxes

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