Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 7, 1948 · Page 8
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 8

Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 7, 1948
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Pogc Eight Navy's Super Corner Open to Public Washington. Oc',, NaVy showed the what its lif>. 000-ton carrier will look that it will be bit; public l«d;iy s>ipur aim-aft like. i'ove;iliiif nou.uh to i-;il;i- o carr over "lOd.OO'd an.: available said . This hotter. B-^O's . paull four planes ,-iloft ,-ii the time. Publication of new dolails about the ?12-1.0IKUJ09 v.v.ii-sliip — "longest in the world" — was accompanied by rek?a;.:<> <i( nn .-mist's drawing that shows it to bi> a veritable scagoin" terrupted by anv jni It should bo ;-..;!(; planes of "well pounds" when they the announcenio:;;. m6sms B-29 size or Cfin cany at tunic bombs. The artist's concepiion displayed a sleek flattop with ovi-nill ir-n'gih of 1,090 feet, more than on-fifth of a mile, and an abov.--ihc-waU'r- line width of 100 feet v, hich hinyd structures will ineri-iise to 23G loot. Its beam mnhrs the vessel, designated the CVA-r>il, "on'.: of <,-£.-v- eral' 'U. S. warships that cannot pass through the Panama Canai. the navy said. The navy has not officially confirmed the fact, but it is known to have asked aircraft manuraeUirers for bids on conslrucUo'i of a 50-ton jel bomber witli speed above 501) rnilcs per hour. This airplane, obviously in the atom-bomb carrying class, is presumed to bo for' Die supercarricr. Today's announccmvent sniri the 33-knot flush-deck vessel will take about four years to build unless the. time is cut by assignment of higher priority. Newport News (Va.) Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Corp. is scheduled to lav tin? keel this year or early in JU40, the navy said. The shin's four calapault'; will be located one on either .side for launching about inidwav off (he deck of the sides, and two on Ihe bow. Elevators to lift planes from the hangar to the tlisht deck will be located, at the side-; and :if! Flag, and ship bridges w'lj )>:• telescopic so that the traditional "island" Kiiper.struc'urc <.':ni he eliminated. Radar for navigation WHEN COLDS CAUSE Mother, you know what wonderful relief you get when you rub on Vicks VapoRub! Now... when your clii id wakes up in the night tormented with a croupy cough of a cold, here's a special way to use Vicks VapoBub. It's VapoRub Steam —and it brings relief almost instantly! Put a good spoonful of Vicks VapoRub in a bowl of boiling water or vaporiser. Then ... let your child breathe in the sootliingVapoRub Steam. Medicated vapors penetrate deep into cold-cong-ested upper bronchial tubes and » aaxm.oK.^m. brhifj relief witli a /sFw»_IiK ^ every- breathl \fl ?/*&*% *® ®W VAPORUB Trustees to Consider Tuition. Plan Little Rock, Oct. 0 — (/Pi— Wheth- ,er Hie University of Arkansas I board of trustees will reconsider iUs action in raising tuition for stiuloniK at the medical school hero 1 was unco-tain today. Three njcmbors. of the board |hoard the- increases protected—and I in foiver instances, de-funded—at an 'open moling at the .school amphitheater ye.slorda.v afternoon. i The next regular meeting of tho jfuil hoard is scheduled for Nov. 13 jbut Board Chairman Ilcberl L. [Thomas .said it was possible there : might be a mooting before then. i He did not, indicate if the increased i tuition charges would be taken up : again. I Approximately a dozen . medical I school students joined Dr. Joseph |T. Roberts, dean of the school, i in asking that fees be returned to jlo'irior levels. I The .students told .the board thai I the amount realized by increasing (the tuition wouldn't mean a groai j deal in the overall picture of school i operation "but that $225 a year ; means a whole lot to us." I Depending on the class, some I lees were raised from §2T5 and i others from $375 at beginning of jthe present .semester. All fees now are fixed at one level of $500 annually. I Purpose of the raise. Thomas declared, was to provide additional operating funds in view of rising education costs. , This was protested by the stu:l- lonts who suggested that the board juso monies from a'.$307,000 medical school reserve, fund 1 to meet oper- at.'ng deficits and .ask for aid from the 1!M!) general assembly. After the meeting Dr. Roberts denied to newsmen published re- Iports that he was resigning his I position because of attractive offers from other institutions. Dean Roberts said the first he lhad heard about other "offers" was from newspaper accounts and added "I was as much surprised 'by the alleged offers) as I was by the- increased tuition." He said he was not consulted in the tuition raises. ' • • Dr. Euclid Smith of Hot Springs member of the board of trustees. rejji.rted last week that Dr. Rob- e.ri.-, would leave his post to accept i another offer. ! Dr. Smith declined ,to comment ila; t night. - '.'.-.• I And 'Or. Koberls diij not sav J specifically whether' he expected j to lea\''d the school. ' Acts to Get- More Hot Springs, Oct. 0 — </[>)— Mayi or f'.,arl T. Ricks isn't able to promise rum but he has clone something to help relieve the present water shortage in this resort city The mayor made a quick plane trip to Chattanooga, Tenn., yesterday to pick up a pump for boosting water from Lake Hamilton into the Hot Springs city reservoir. Ricks, who piloted an Arkansas National Guard plane, returned ic-re lust night and reported that the pumo would be in action sometime today. -Some very lengthy Australian lay CfigS as ' big as and five control makes this possible, tho navy said. If your flock is not in good production you are There is only urn' Crumblized...,Mui we have it — Nu- trena! And remember, Nutrena cosi s you no more than ir.u or pelieta! ASK YOUR GROCER HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Thursday, October 7, 1948 • rlsf!^' **"•- */^i \ Toii'll find our store full of fall and winter merchandise. Come in ... Shop at Kobispn's ... and Save. Buy the things you'll need for the cold winter months ahead while we have a good selection. : - Men's full cut, comfortable winter unions. Buy a supply now for cold weather ahead. Ecru Color Whife Men's part wool, blanket lined jumpers in a full range of sizes. Just the coat for cold days ahead. Get your quilt bundles from Robison's, and make those new fall quilts. A big assortment of patterns and colors. ^,f\"fr-w"/**. k i ri g A ^ttsr'T'f* COTTON BLANKETS Pretty plaid cotton blankets that are full bedsize. In pastel plaids of blue and white, pink and white or yellow and white. New fall fur felts in your favorite color and shape. Select yours now from our big stock. All sizes. Cotton blankets for the baby in soft pastel plaids. Buy now for cold weather. A value for only S Men's showerproof hats in dark brown or putty color. Ideal for fall wear. All sizes. Only Satin bound baby blankets in pink and white, blue and white and they are gift boxed. Size 36x50. Regular 1.98 value. Now Boys blue chambray shirts that are full cut for comfort and well made for long wear. Ideal for school wear. All sizes. Combed mercerized cotton chambray in blue, aqua, grey and brown. Its 36 inches wide and a real value for only Boys heavy weight winter unions in ecru color. Made for comfort and long wear. A value for only Pretty new underthings by Lorraine. Our new shipment of knit underwear for fall has just arrived. Every woman knows the famous fabrics used by Lorraine and they launder so beautifully. In tea rose and white. Complete range of sizes. Lorraine Ladies Gowns Lorraine Ladies Panties ... Lorraine Ladies Chemise .. Lorraine Ladies Slips Childrens Lorraine Panties Childrens Lorraine Slips Ladies These are 4 gore, bias front and back with straight sides, rayon satin slips. They are in tea rose only. MEN'S Men's Freidman Shelby black kid oxfords with all leather soles and rubber heels. E widths and sizes 6 to 12. 2 SfiS A k Men's f-reidman Shelby hi top shot's wilh leather soles and rubber heels. LAPSES OXFORDS Ladies brown calf blucher oxfords, with composition sole and rubber heel. Sizes 5\ to 9. 4,95 LADIES OXFORDS These brown calf oxfords for ladies have all leather soles and rubber heels. Sizes 4J, to 9 5.9S BALLERINAS Ladies Nusuede ballerinas styled by Williams. Wedge heel and ankle strap. Sizes 4J- to 8. 2.95 LADIES OXFORDS Ladies black kid blucher oxfords that are made for comfort. Widths D to EEE, and sizes 4 to 10. 4,48 w? -Axf.\y--t C, ' *£*' .V-SKV- - *..ibt BALLERINAS Black kid ballerinas made by Friedman Shelby. Wedge heels and leather soles. Widths AA p.';:,W Si:^P% "%;'.5*A^V !>%'•'?,-i^f-i" 1 to B. 6,95 Gbildrens Hi Top Shoes Red Goose hi top calf shoes, all leather construction and styled to fit little feet. In brown or white. Sizes 3 to 8 Sizes 8i to 12 Men's 8 inch boots with reran leather uppers, plane Use, con) sole and neck Sues 7 to 12. 3.45 WE GIVE AND REDEEM EAGLE STAMPS 4.45 HOPE ^.vA^^^ THE LEADING DEPARTMENT STORE ^^^^ftsasaifisffi/siiaf^^aiu^m^^ NASHVILLE

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