Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 13, 1954 · Page 5
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Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 13, 1954
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W«tlhetddy, January 13, 1914 MOM STAR, H0fl* Reorganization Formula Draws Opposition WASHINGTON Ml — Sen.- Morse (Ind.Ore) today promised to fight a Sen.ite committee reorganization formula worked out by Senate leader's, but they predicted it would \5jln anyway. The formula is designed to permit the .Republicans tb retain control of all important elegislativc committee even though they are fe. rninotfty by ont Vote in the <4|tenaten. I Senators Knowland (R-Calif) and JLyndofi B. Johnson' (D-Ter')j the jparty.leaders, agreed uport the,plan yjesterdaj, and said Ih6y erpected it to wiv. easy approval, t i Morse announced he 'would oppose the' scheme because it leaves him on the Public Works and District .'f Columbia committees, generally regarded as undesirable assignments. !« The Knowland-Johnson plan, in- '••tolving a change in Senate rules, will Rive the GOP 18 bonus seats On committees as the technical Senate majority. They now have 14. Bonus Heats £>rc posts which Senators may hold os a third committee assignment, in addition to each 'senator. Some such device this was needed to let the Republicans control the committee, since there arc only 47 GOP senators to 48 Democrats. The new plan will give the GOP a margin of one on each of the Senate's 15 regular committee except those on which Morse sits. The Democrats decided to go along with an Increase in the Republican bonus seats, one Demo- Legdl Notice , HOPE SCHOOL DISTRICT 1-A i$V HEMPSTEAD COUNTY, ARKANSAS; Proposed Budget' of Expenditures Together with Tax Levy for .. Fiscal Year Beginning July 1, ; 1955, to and including June 30, 1956 The Board of Directors of Hope .School; District No. 1-A of Hemp- istcad County, Arkansas, in compli- 'ance with the requirements of Act 403 of 1951 and of Amendment 40 jto the Constitution of the State of Arkansas, have prepared, ap- •proved^ and hereby make public the proposed budget of expenditures together- with the tax rate as follows:- • ••''".-• ; . '''••• "••'•.- • : .'. General Control, $6,490; Instruc- j-tion $232,000; Operation of School '•Buildings, $20,275;^Mainteriance of School Plant and Equipment, $8,000; Auxiliary Agencies (including transportation), $25,000; Fixed 'Charges, $3,000; Capital Outlay, .$5,000; .Debt Service, $45,000. , "'i To provide for the foregoing proposed budget of expenditures the 'Board of Directors proposes a tax ilevy of 25 mills. This tax levy includes the present continuing levy , for the retirement of present indebtedness. GIVEN this llth day of January, 1954. > BOARD OF DIRECTORS, HOPE SCHOOL DISTRICT •i NO. 1-A i HEMPSTEAD COUNTY, ft ARKANSAS ,. Albert Graves, President Dorsey McRae, Jr., Secretary : Legal Notice 'IN THE HEMPSTEAD * CHANCERY COURT IELIZA M. HOLT MORGAN I PLAINTIFF • - vs, JAMES P. MORGAN DEFENDANT WARNING ORDER The Defendant, James P. Mor- ^gan, is hereby warned to appear in |this Court within thirty days here- fcafter and answer the complaint of j Eliza M. Holt Morgan, Plaintiff therein. : WITNESS my hand and seal as Clerk of this Court on this 22nd i, day of December, 1953. | Garrett Willis, Clerk I (SEAL) 'Dec. 23, 30, Jan 6, 13 Legal Notice i IN THE HEMPSTEAD i CHANCERY COURT HOPE FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION V PLAINTIFF VS. .BRUCE BLACK AND I GERTRUDE BLACK ? DEFENDANTS i WARNING ORDER K The Defendants, Bruce Black and •Gertrude Black, his wife, are hereby warned to appear in this Court . within thirty days hereafter and answer the complaint of the Hope Federal Savings & Loan Associa-: tion, Plaintiff herein. ; WITNESS My hand and seal Jas Clerk of this Court on this 5th :' day of January, 1954. ;: ' Gavrgtt Willis, Clerk :| : (SEAL) '•'••• ' ' ' fc Jan. 6, 13, 20, 27 Legal Notice *No.7582 In the Chancery Court of J i Hempstead County, Ark. s BUSSELL HENAGAN Plaintiff l\ Vs. ' fMATTIE MAE HENAGAN .... •'' Defendant ; WARNING ORDER ' The defendant, Mattie Mae Henagan is warned to appear in this ^ourt wilhm thirty days and answer ifthe complaint of the Plaintiff, Russell Henagan. f Witness my hand the seal of said court this 22nd day of December , 1853. GARRETT WILLIS, Clerk By L. C. Byers, D. C. (SEAL) S John P. Vesey, i Attorney for Plaintiff f C, V. Nunn, Jr., f Attorney Ad Litcra PRESCOTT NEWS The PrtsAott MUsical CoteHS Will meet oh Wednesday <«vefliHs; at 7:30 in the homf of Mrs. Charlie 'Shomas. . . . The Session and the Deacons of the Presbyterian Church will have a joint meting at the church on Wednesday evening. . Thursday January 14 The choir of 'the Presbyterian Church will practice Thursday even ing at 1 o'clock/ The Parent Teachers Association Will meet on Thursday afternoon at the Park Sthooj. . The Benjamin Gulp .Chapter D. A. R. will Have a sUfiper on Thursday evening in the*home of Mrs. J..W. Teeter. Mrs,-H. Ai tinirr of Pine Bluff, State regdhl, Will b« a guest. • . . .' . W.C.T.U. Has January Meetirtj The January medtftg of the) W.C.T.U. was held oh Thursday afternoon in the home of Mrs; S. O. Logan with Mrsi John A. Davis assisting hostesSt A potted pink' abelea: Was placed on the mantel and dish filed with berries decorated the coffee table. The president, Mrs. J.. T. McRae, presided.The meeting Was opened with the Lords Prayer •repeated in unison. ; , ''• : . ,.. , The minues were read by the recording, secretftr'y.•'•> The corresponding secretary read,.a thank you letter from the. Army and Navy Hospital in Hot Spririg • expressing their appreciation /for the home made candy sent to the veterans. Mrs. T. C. - McRae, program leader, gave the. devotional on the theme "Carrying .Light jnto/Dafk- ness' and read II Corinthians 4:,6.- She also intoduced.the program topic on "W.C.TiU. ;Legllatiye Pro- grom for 1953-54". : : Mrs. J. T. McRae/gave an interesting article on "How to Secure Good Legislation". An article from the Union Signal on Greetings from the National Corresponding' Secretary based on New Year resolutions was given by Mrs. S. O. Logan. The meeting'; closed with the Aarohic benediction. '. '•>' The .hostesses served a dainty sandwich cpurse with Russian tea to 19 members. . Luncheon Fetes Mrs. Charles A. Hesterly Mrs. Charles A.-, Hesterly, a recent bride, was feted with a lunch- con given on'. Saturday by Mrs. Berry Hesterlp and: Kirs. Frank |Vtc- Larty Jr. of Hope in the Hesterly home. . •''••. The living room was colorful with a mantel arrangement of pirik mums and white :sna"pjdragons. On. a drum table pink.' mums and fern blended with the lamp.: Oil-the coffee table pink tapers, in silver candle .sticks .joined,- the .back, ground for pink 'carnations lahH'-white-.snap- dragons interspersed With pink ma- line : pouts in a cut. "gljass bowl. A cut glass ,vaso filled with pink carnations was' placed on the desk. In the hall a 'potted pink geranium complimented the rose velvet love seat. In the .den wrought iron standards filled ; with pink beginias Top Radio Programs NEW YORK (#1 — Listening tonight: NBC — 7:30 The Great Gil dersleve: 8:30 The Big Story; 9:30 Report Frofn White House; CBS— 7:30 2ist Precinct; 8 Crime Photographers: 9 Rogers of the Gazette; ABC—6:30 The Lone Ranger; 8 The Playhouse; 8:30 Mystery Theater; MBS— 7 The Nightmare; 8:30 Family Theater. KCMC Television Thursday January 14th 2:00 Test Pattern 2:45 TEA 8:15 Lovd of Life 3:30 OA Your Account 4:06 Happy Home Show 4:30 Movie Previews 4:35 Western Theatre 5:00 Western Theatre 5:30 Kit Carson 6:00 Bandstand 6:30 Doug Edwards 6:45 Evening News 7:00 Milton Bcrle 7:30 Four Star Playhouse 3:00 Where's Raymond 8:30 Ford Theatre 9:06 TBA 9:30 Place the Face 10:00 News Headlines and mums flanked the fireplace mantel that held brass urns filled with greenery. Mrs. Thomas F. McLarty Sr. of Hope and Mrs. H. B. DeLamar presided at the dining table over- laid'with a rnodcria cut work cloth. The centerpiece was formed of white carnations and pink roses in a silver vowl on a glass rcflcctir flanked by' silver candlabra holding lighted white tapers. The buffet was decorated With a live arrangement of pink roses and white snapdragons and glowing white tapers in crystal candlesticks, Mrs. J. B. Hesterly and Mrs. Watson .White Jr., served coffee from the serving table. Mrs. Hesterly wore an offwhitc faille dress .with matching eton jacket trimmed in pearls and was presented a lovolp gift and corsage of orchid split carnations and purple stock. Assisting guests wore corsage of Dutch Iris and pink -carnation. There were thirty five guests, out of town guests included Mrs. Fred Ellis, Mrs. Jack Lowe, Mrs. Kelly Bryant, Mrs. George-Peck, Mrs. Alber Graves, Mrs. James W. Branch of Hope. : Juryman's Act Called Heroism CLEVELAND ; (>) >— A trial of two men on grand" lar charges was ncarinfe a close yhen a juror learned ht'fl'spn had bfcen killed in a'.> vNe"brask? -airplane craslv : ,.', ' . '•• i :;''. I .' ; t>Vj '•:•••.'•'•'"' : '.-'.t'i '••• If the jurbr ; w6ni;.r^lfcased'.ffpm further duty ,: a s '•- Cdmnlon "• Plfci's Judge Earl R.^H^v^r::6ffere'd ,yes- terda.v, it wpuld Onean : a mistrial. •The : case wiuld hav^ ito ':be tri^d again. •.' -.••.'.'''. ; :'. .'• '•'. -."•'•. •'-, Andrev/ Andrei, .47, a juror, decided to remain. "I would like, to leave for Nebraska now, but. . .1 want to do my tluty^to my community," he explained. Five hours later the jury completed its work, acquitting .one man and do nvicting another of stealing coiled wire, "An act of heroism," Judge Hoover said of Andrews' decision. The Negro Community By Helen Turn«r 'Phone 7-W»0 Or brlno Itema t? MlM Turiur •t Hlcki Funeral Hftmt Mrs. Willie B. Scroggins of Nash ville died Mbndap January 11 Jn Howard Counfy Memorial Hospital. Funeral arrangements are in complete. Wesley Brown died Monday, January 11 in a local hospital. Funer al arrangements are incomplete. The Community Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Beatrice Johnson Wednesday night, January 13, at 7 p. m.', All members urged to be present. Business of import- Adele White left Tuesday to attend The National Baptist Cot\ yention jn Hot Springs, Funeral service for Harry ker will be held Sunday, January, 17, at St. Luke CME Church. With Burial in St. Luke Cemetery'. Time ? p. m. Funeral service for Mrs. Ethel Stuart were held Tuesday, January 12, at Antoich Baptist Church. Bu rial in Antoich, Cemetery. cratic source said, so that the Republican 1 -, could i\ot cpntftncl Democrats j re pt key'bjills'bottl§4 In 10:00 11:15 Channel 6 Sign Off Theatre accord" ,with the administration decision Against trying, to'block the social security tax incrtase. '• ' Secrotajt-y Ovota Gulp Hobby's welfaie department, hpvfcver, al ready htul. abandoned the'•.contest. The department said, that in '.yttw of Mr. |;^enhowei''s, pJihX jfor .'ex panded social security';'"protection among '^nillibhs '.pi/, persons -.not now covfcred," no 1 : further effort would be'' : :ftiadc to hold, f the'-.tax f oh employer's^ arid dmpl&j'es: •; at"...' one and one hamper Cent'each.;" • '•'••'."'• Mr. and Mrs. Frank Haltom Jr., Pat and Caroline were the Friday and Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. James W. Bridges in Little Rock. Mrs. Joe Boswcll and Mrs. C. ,F. PaUman^were Friday visitors in Texarkana: Mrs. R. L. Robertson, who has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Robertsin left Friday for her home in Topeka, Kansas. .She was accomp-vnied to Texartfana by Mrs. R-obertson, Mrs. Guss McCaskill, Mrs. T. R. Moberg and Mrs. Gordon Danner. Mrs. C. G. Gordon, Mrs. Dave Pitlman Sr. and Mrs. C. P. Arnold Sr. motored to Camden Friday for the day.' Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gladden were Friday visitors in Gurdon. • B, A. Warren, Rita Warren arid Barbara Moberg spent 1 Saturday in Texarkana. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Stovall of Georginna, who have spent the past few weeks with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tracy Stovall and Mr. and Mrs. George Cunningham, have returned to their home in South Bend, Ind. Compromise on Little Man's Break Likely By LCLE' C. WILSON WASHINGTON (UP) — Compro mise on the ta,x social security dispute to give the little fellow ;i break seemed today t obe on the way. This could be accomplished by increasing personal income tax emptians from the present $600 fig ure, perhaps with fringe benefits such as a tax allowances for the care of children of working moth ers. Sen. Homer Ferguson (RMich.) suggested last nigM in a televised Interview that Congress might ease, the tax burden on lower income groups that way. Congress refused »last year to act on President Eisenhower's proposal that the social security tax . in creasa be postponed. The President did not r enew the suggestion last week in his annual message on the state of the union. Opposition to postponement was sufficient to show that Congress would refuse again to act. Chair man Daniel A Reed (RN) of the House Ways and Means commit tee said in a statement today that he foresees "absolutely no possibil ity" of congresionjU action now to rescind the social security hike of from one and one Ijald to two per ct-nt wnich became effective Jan. I- In addition, Rep. Robert W. Keaji (RNJ) said today he has heard that in order to lu-lp pay for mope benefits the administration may ask that the wages subect to he sppiai sccuriy tax be hiked from the p>esen,t W»60Q to about $4,300 a Cooperation Is Asked by Ike WASHINGTON Uf> — Pre ielent Eisenhower today ask«d 'the "N tiohal Security Tratritot eimni sion to work clbsely tfjtH the' Ottlce of Defense MoWUzatibifi ifi d^v'el' oping plshs for molnUfhirigari adequate rriilitary rSserte «stat>Msh- ment. • • . ""••'. ' In a letter to Maj. Geri; Julius Och Adlef, the crtmrnisslon thair- man, Elsenhower flotfd that the commission /recently Completed h lehghly study-of universal military training" proposals, fhe cbmftilsV sion recommendefi a : • start .^fcft UMT. •'• '•::;'• ;/ : ' ' . ."- 1 - ...-:- * '"•' The President's letter suggfestfed the commission ar'rartge to iyoJ'k closel/ with the director of j defense mobilizatioh, Arthur S. Flemming. •';> ."' : " '.r-. '..' .." ,' '' .•'.' FleOTmihg's' -manpower , cotnmls- sion I'ccommertded bvof the 'Mljk* end that pians for universal' itt))i- tary training he held : ih.'AbeyAneft pending l a study of platis : ;:«>f creation of reserve ferceSi '• Bison- howe said' he Wfts ; In general agreement ..with the Flerrtmlng recommendation ,- .- ; • Arkansas Farm Crop Split onfroaremv By WILLIAM. W, HUOHE& . LITTLE R6CK (IIP) — Leaairg of the two largest farm orfaniia- tlons In Arkansas were lined tip bn Oj)po3lte sides tbdjiy on Preslderit ^Isenha^er's new farm progftutt. "We're going to try to get our people tq go alonfiVwith it," President Joe Hardin of the Arkansas Fdrm Bureau; federation satd. The fecleratloh reprcsehts more than 6S,OOfl members. '; "I predict the President is going to run into plenty of trouble with this program," : President Ai Hopkins of: the Arkansas Farmers' Ur>- iSn said. He rebfcsents 27,000 members. '.' .. ''..- :.'.. ' ; ; . •.. The, statements of both men. supported In'general-similar comments by , the naiional chiefs of their organizations last night. The plah Mr, Eisenhower outlined to Congress yesterday envisions flexible price supports and minimum controls. ! . : Mardin said it'lfc important that the nation's farmers arc "Unbiased and bi-p&rtisan" in their farm actl- itics. ;• -- '• -.,--. - •• -..' , Everybody hfts been dissatisfied with ' what we've'had he said But thfeh-Wheh ; someone tries to change it it causes an uprbr.- : ., r ; Jiardih| -said he was accepting Mr. Eisenhower's'plan with an open Pella Won'f Try to Form Cabinet ROME i* — 'rm.tr Pr <» m 1 e t Oiueppe Polla today refused ft request from President LuJgl Eiij* audl that he try to fdrfrt •• neMf ttnlish fcoverriilSnt, PetU resigned the premiership a week ago after ft split with lead* crs of his middle-of-the-road ChHs- tian Democrat party, itaty'sriar* cst. who thought his policies wefe too far to the right. After the week of consultation with political leaders 6f all parties, Einaudl called fella to the presidential palate today and asked htm to again head the'cab* linet. .-''.'.: • Natural ^as.is^ordorJess: 'gas dft: iWercd .to, homes contains ;a • spe- />ihi 5xi-»*/<».on» fqr safety's sake. Canadions Hold Smuggling Suspects MONTREAL M : :— The Canadian Moundes said early today they are holding a European and a New York resident, with a suspected attempt of smuggle nearly $200,000 worth of Uncut diamonds into the United States. Neither man was identified but they were expected tp be arraigned here later today. Inspector 1 Rene Bclec, head of the Mounted Police's investigation branch here, said the '• European, a 25-year-old native of Poland, arrived from Europe at Dorval Air port Friday Police visited him at a mldtown hotel several hour later and found a parcel containing thousands. of the uncut dia- mondsm cs s ..a :.','' s . ! ; The New Yorkers was picked tip at a Montreal home Sunday. Belee said it Wa>' beljdved his> job was to carry the. diamonds-'-into; the United States; • •''-." •',•'-!'- Tax-Savmg Abroad folis 1 6rt^AGte^S::;i:f : | ;'6y.^:fHQMA8'"•.;;..-'•..;'. tiOLtiYW.bftt) — Stars like Clirk dable, Lafta Turner* Gelte Kelly and Claudette Colbert hftye returned from long pictureimaking jaunts r.broad, and cHances ai'e they won't soon be going again. Gregory Peck and Alan Ladd are reportedly among; those yearn* Ing for 1 ah early'rctarh'tb Molly' wood; Aside from the normal fe'el- ing of homesickness, many of the stars have gbod: feasohsffor' wahf* Ing to be .back, '•,' Qlenh Ford, whn has jnade at least five pictures out of the coiuv> try, was telling me some of the factors that will,.,'. cause .him to think Iwicft bfefore he accepts another dvcrseas assignment Unlike the others 1 have mentioned; Gleirtn did not go abroad for tax pur- POSC3. • ' "••'• '.' .-.• '.. " ';'..'." . , . "I could Very .easily have taken advantage of the ; 18-month tax deal," said the actor on "The Human feast" set. '"Jt had: already been in Europe eight months to make a picture/But another i 10 months wbuld.rhave .-meant sjlend« Ing two ; Chrlstm^ses:vaway irbin home. •! iebuldn't "see it,-.'.-!-v>."(./: : - M "1 suppose, -i.'- wfcs stUpld "financially; V But .It; turned, out; tha't -'the tax deal' AyasV.; repealed before ''1 would have fihished;my 18 months, MOSCOW '. 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