Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 4, 1948 · Page 6
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Hope, Arkansas
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Monday, October 4, 1948
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Page Six HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Monday, October 4, 1948 Prescott News Tuesday, October 5 Xiie vvesleyari Service Guild uf the Metllodisi ciiuica will meet at *I:M p.m. in the luum- ul AIJ.S. j. Vv. 'icelor. Sunbeams of First Baptist church Vfiti meet at 3:15 p.m. at the church. Mrs. Ci.ircnee Gordon. Mr. arid Mrs. Parham attended the Arkansas- TCU game in Fort Worth, Texas Saturday night. There \vill be a Deacon:-; meeting at First Baptist churcn at 7 p.m. Ladies Auxiliary of Central Baptists church will meet at 2 p.m. Mrs. Art Rcynicr will be hostess to Die '3V contract Club Tuesday at 2 p.m. Wednesday. October 6 The Wednesday Bridge Club will meet at 2:3U p.m. al Xne home o! Mrs. Cuss - McCaskil. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas IJemis j and children Knox and Jessica ] spent the weekend in Texarkana I as the guests of her parents, Mr. j and Mrs. Pope Bril'jy. They also i attended the Junior League Dog i Show on Saturday in Texarkana. j Mr .and Mrs. Frank Gilbert -•Hid Mr. and Mrs. R. L. McRae ! Jr. spent the weekend in For! V.orlh. Texas and attended the Ai kaiisa.s-T.C.U. game. There will be choir practice at j the Methodist church at 7:30 p.m. i There will be an officers and tea- j Chcrs meeting Wednesday evening ! at 6:30 p.m. at the First BapiiM j cliurch. A regular business meetin« I at 7:30 and choir practice al 8:!;>'. Mrs. Orrin Ellsworth returned Saturday from Little Rock where she spent the week with her sister, Mrs. Cleveland Hitt, UN Mediator Wants Help in Palestine Paris Oct. 2 — l/Pt —The security council is considering a request . from the acting Palestine media- There will be choir practice for ' toi for additional support to cope both Junior and Senior choirs of i with "disregard for the authority Centray Baptist church at 7 p.m. j of the United Nations" by both at the church. A Bible leson will ! Jews and Arabs. pastor following I The council yesterday received a j cable from the acting mediator, jDr. Ralph J. Bunche, asking for action to halt a "disturbing tendency on the part of both Arabs and Jews to withhold cooperation There will be choir practice at First Presbyterian church at 7: la p.m. be given by the choir practice. Rev. Clyde B. Rodgers, e list is conducting a revi the Church of the Nazarenc Walnut and Second streets. ange- al at West The revival will Sunday, October 10. gin each evening at 7:30. from the truce supervision organ— i ixntion and to place obstacles in continue thru;the way ot its effective coopcra- Services be-jtion." j CA dispatch from Jerusalem said : the U.N. Consular Truce commis- Mrs. Charlie Scott was hostess 1 sion alr.o had cabled the security to the '47 Contract Club at her j council accusing Palestine Jews of home Thursday afternoon. '.deliberately trying to discredit the Lovely arrangements of early I commission and other U.N. fall flowers were placed at vantage j agencies. The cable, signed by U.S points throughout the house. Mrs. | Consul Genera! John J McConald Jimmie Duke was awarded thc;os commission chairman, asserted. high score prize for the afternoon. ; there is a "deliberate Jewish cam- 'jfhe hostess served a delicious i paign led by the Jersualem mili- salad plate to club members: Mrs. ; tnry governor. Dr. Bernard Joseph. Eob Reynolds, Mrs. T. R. Logan. Mrs. J.'T. Worthin;;ton, .Mrs. Dud ley Gordon, Mrs. Paul Buchanan Mrs. James V. McM:iben. Mrs Everette K. Ward and to rlu'.. guests Mrs. Harold Lewis, MM- Bob Yarbrough, Mrs. Sam V Scott and Mrs. Jack Rooc-y. ; to discredit the truce commission i and the acting mediator, Dr. Buni che." j 'The cable said Ihe alleged Jew- i ish activities in the Holy Land j coincide "with the Jewish effort i before the general assembly to ob- I tain the incorporation of Jerusalem ! in the state of Israel." An Israeli Mrs. J. Lelund Lavender enter- j spokesman in Jerusalem denied tained at her home on Thursday ! any Jewish attempt to discredit Eflernoor. with a brio: no piuly. jthe commission.1 Coolilul arrangcmc-nts of dahlias ! Dr. Bunche informed the council and marigolds decorated the room ; of continued sniping and other fir- arranged lor '.wo tables of budge. ! ing at U.N. personnel since the A delectable dessert course was [assassination of Count Folke Bern- served by Mrs. Lavender to oncige jadotte. U. N. mediator. Sept 17 guests: Mrs. Bill Yancey. Mrs. ; Another problem for UN, is the J. D. Morgan, Mrs. Allen Gcc Jr., • status of the recently proclaimed Mrs. C. A. Grant. Jr.. Mrs. Vaughn i Arab government in the Holy Land. Bright, Mrs. Norman Whitajcer •."<•.! A U.N. official said last night the and Mrs. Tom Dewoody. I general assembly will have to de- Mrs. Allen Gee Jr. won the high • cide whether to recognize the new high score prize. | regime. j ' 0 A large number of teacher.; j Irom Nevada County are attend- I ing Saturday residence ct::ssr;.; on j the campus of Hender;ui State j Teachers College. Regular in em- i bets of the Henderson faculty are serving as instructors. Mrs. Leroy Morgan an-I son Phil oi Springfield, Illinois who have been the guests of Mr. Morgan's parents Mr. and Mrs-. I. C. Morgan and family were accom- SoHrct Sought by Chicago NightCiub panied home by and Miss Mary Mrs. Morgan Sue Morgan of Hope. Mrs. Morgan will visit for several weeks and Miss Morgan plans to make her home in Sprir.g- iicld. Mr. and Mrs. John William Morrow have returned to their horr.e | in Dallas. Texas after spending the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Stephenson. T'ncv . were also accompanied to Conway I »er through her agent. He said the by Mrs. Stephenson for a visit with I a " ellt lold him Satira had received Dr. and Mrs. C. A. Archer and throe or four other Chicago, Oct. 2. — (UP) — The owner of a Chicago night club sa_id today he is trying to sign Patricia (Satira) Schmidt to a contract to a strip-tease dance on a double-bill with the widow of the man she killed. "I think it would make a wonderful act," said Harry Boshes, owner of the French Casino. Satira, who was sentenced to a 15-year prison term for slaying John Lester Mee in Havana, Cuba, was expecting her freedom any moment on a pardon signed by President Ramon Grau San Maitin. Bo;,hes said he had contacted children. Mrs. Ira Gee has as her puesl Mrs. Clara Ranee ol Plain Dealing, Louisiana. Mrs. Tom Lavender and Mrs. Hansel Herring were the quests ct Mr. and Mrs. F.llis Lavender in Booneville las; v.eek. Mee's widow. Marilyn, already ! dances at Boshes' night club, j under the state name of Marilyn i Drake. She didn't agree with j Boshes that it would be a "won- i "Somewhere, some place there ! is a .spot for Satira. bill not on I the same bill with me," she said. I "Thih night club isn't big enough ! to hold me and that—that worn- „ Help relieve distress of MONTHLY, Mr, and Mrs. Emmet Pariiani | ;m -" and sou Kickev of Canuleu have i ' returned to their iir.'me af'er a i Awaits Official Decree visit with her parciu.;. Mr. and | Havana. Oct. 1? —(UP> — Chii ci'.go Nightclub Dancer Patricia iiF.atitai Schmidt awaited word to- i day that her presidential pardun had been published in the Official ; Ga.'.j.'tte. thereby automatically j opening her orison gates. i A special issue of the Official Gazette was expected to be pub- .lishecl yesterday but had not ma- i ti.-riali/.cd up to a late hour. 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