Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 19, 1954 · Page 3
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*•-ai Tueidoy, January 19, 1954 HOP! STAR, HOPt, ARKANSAS SOCIETY Phone 7-3431 Between 8 A. M. and 4 P. M. Court Docket [Calendar Tuesday January 19 ! : Popular Grove 196 WOW Circle tvill hold its regular monthly social fet the home of Mrs. Nettie Tittle <$ JJ?ttcsday, January 19 at 7:30 p. rri.™All members arc invited to attend. The VFVV Auxiliary will meet at the hut on Highway 67 on Tuesday January 19, at 7:30 p. m., for their monthly social. All members are urged to be present as the membership contest will close February 2. Hostesses for refreshments will be Mrs. T. B. Fcnwick, Sr. and Mrs »j\ie Taylor; for entertainment wra be Mrs. Dorothy Burke and Mrs. Jennie Del Vccchio. Wednesday, January 20 •• The Lilac Garden Club will meet Wednesday, January 20, at 2:30 at the home of Miss Mable Ethridgu. Associate, hostesses will be Mrs Dewey Camp and Mrs. S. G. Norton. STJOSEPH ASPIRIN FOR CHILDREN] '•Specialized In/ Blze, flavor, dos- J • nee...approved E by doctors. Bel sure to demand I * this pure orange I flavored tablet. • World's Largest Selling Aspirin Fordiiidfenr * MWt For Children's Head Colds . : Specialized, Sale, Pure Water Base IT, JOSEPH NOSE DROPJ £OR &H1UREI • LAST DAY « Wednesday, January 20 Mrs. Olin Purtell and Mrs. Victor Cobb will be hostesses to The Wisteria Garden Club at 1:30 on Wednesday, January 20, at the home of Mrs. Purtell. Mrs. Fred Glanton is in charge of the program. A. mass arrangement of any material is to be brought by each member. Thursday, January 21 The Fulton Rose Garden Club will meet at the home of Mrs. W. E. Cox Jr. on Thursday, January 21, at 2:30 p. m., with Mrs, F. O Hughson and co-hostesses. Mrs. Gus Davis as The home of Mrs. Roger Dew will bo the scene of the Daffodill Garden Club meeting on Thursday afternoon, January 21, at 2 o'clock. Co-hostess will be Bayless. Mrs. Bill Mrs. Gordon Tolleson wilJ present, the program on vation." "Conser- The Eastern Star will sponsor * spaghetti supper at the Masonic Hall on Thursday night, January 21, at 6:30. The public is invited If you plan to attend call 7-3804 or 7-2214 by Wednesday. The regular meeting will follow at 7:30. Municipal Court of Hope, Arkansas January 18, 1954. City Docket Emory Jones, Failure to yield right of way, Forfeited $5.00 cash bond. J. I. Gerber, Otis T. Taylor, Passing in a restricted zone, Forfeited $5.00 cash bond. Earl Townsend, Charles Thornton Edward Gordon, Bobby Brown, Speeding, Forfeited $5.00 cash bond. Vernell Ellis, Reckless driving, Forfeited $25.00 cash bond.' Willard Cooper, Possessing untaxed intoxicating liquor, Forfeited $50.00 cash bond. Otha Stroud, Driving while intoxicated, Forfeited $50.00 cash bond and 1 day in jail. The following forfeited $10.00 cash bond on a charge of Drunkenness: Thed Weatherspoon, L. R. Cranford, R. C. White, Anna McGrue, Ike Stewart, Roosevelt Jamison, Willie C. Whitt, Oscar Campbell. State Docket M. O. Roberts, J. C. Brundy, Paul Outlaw, Frank Badiddo, B. Guerra A. A. Allen, Joe Johnson, George McNab, Overload Forfeited $25.00 cash bond. Frank Woods Grand Larceny, Examination Waived- Held to Grand Jury; Bond fixed at $200.00. British Air Official to Probe Crash ROME British Civil Avia- Boyle Continued from Page One Incident Occured Continued ft-otft f»a*e One The Azalea Garden Club will meet Thursday at 2 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Basil York with Mrs. Cecil Wyatt and Mrs. G. A. Hobbs as co- hostesses. Wiita LUNDIGAN • line CHEER • Hiizi GAYNOR Dnid WAYNE-Gloria DEHAVEH "AQUATIC KIDS" CARTOON, "Prof. Tall &Mr. Small' • WED.-THURS. « THE FISCAt YEAR'S BIGGEST FUNNY... About Love and I Money! HalfaHero Monday January 25 W. S. C. S. Circle 5 of the Methodist church will meet Monday, January 25, at 7:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Lyle McMahen (Oakhaven) with Mrs. Grover Thompson and Mrs. Harrell Hall as co-hostesses. Mrs. H. E. Patterson will-introduce and lead the first session of "The Phophet Jeremiah" assisted by Mesdames Wayne Russell, Howard Byers, Nunn, James Cross and Jr. The devotional C. V. poem, Layoffs Exaggerated Says Henry Ford PHILADELPHIA (/PI — Reports of unemployment in Detroit as a result of layoffs in the 'automotive industry are greatly exaggerated, says Ford Motor Henry Ford II. The 36-year-old Co. President executive said "Another Year Is Dawning," will be given by Mrs. John Wilson, Jr. All members arc urged 'to attend. Bullock—Robertson Engagement Announced Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bullock of Hope announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Dorothy Marie of Fort Worth, to James Edward Robertson, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Robertson uf ?>••< Worth. The wedding will be solemnized Friday, January 29, at 8 p. m., in the First Baptist Church of Hope. No cards will be sent. here yesterday he expects his company to have a good year in 1954 and he said "I hope it will be better' 1 than last year. Ford said his company is currently turning out 6,400 passenger cars a day, with this rate of production scheduled Jor the first five months of this year. Tor turn out this volume, he said, the company is operating at 9'/2 hours a day, six days a week. He said Ford could cut production "dra-itically, to our way of thinking," and still not lay off a single person. In such t'vent, Ford said, the company would merely eliminate overtime. : tion Minister Alan Lennox-Boyd arrived here early today and went immediately to the Island of Elba for a personal investigation of the crash Jpn. 10 of the British Comet jetliner. Lennon-Boyd also was to attend the Cuneral services there today for 10 of the 35 persons who died in the crash of the big airliner into the Tyrrhenian Sea off the West Italian coast. In a second ceremony today, flowers were to be dropped on the sea where the plane plunged between Elba and the island of MontasCristo. The British admiralty announced yesterday four warships would try to raise the British Overseas Airways (BOAC) plane in an effort to determine the cause of vthe crash. Adm. Lord Mountbatteh, < British commander in chief in the Mediterranean, will supervise the salvage attempt. A fishing boat at the crash scene yesterday fished up a piece of the plane wreckage in its nets. With it were five checks of $20 each made out to one of the crash victims, Mrs. Dorothy Beecher Baker, of Lima, Ohio. BOAC meanwhile sent special security investors to Beirut, Lebanon; Karachi, Pakistan; Bangkok, Thailand, and Singapore —the points where the place : landed en- route to Rome. BOAC said the possibility of sab- atage "cannot be overlooked 'and that careful examination of its Comets, groundnd after the disaster off Elba, had produced no evidence of structural weakness. and late—and always as fresh aslbanks. It instructed the elder Mos- 'kovitz to insert this ad: "L ready to conclude sale. Please advise when an.l where to deliver." With the family unable to raise a daisy." Graon, who recently returned countries, likes to eat native dishes wherever he goes. "I love to meet people and get any sizeable sum Sunday, Inspec- you as one of their customs." The senater, Mrs. Middlebrooks Hostess To Dahlia' Garden Club Mrs. A.D. Middlebrooks, Jr. was er instantly and critically injuring thre passengers. Killsd were Harla L. .Lamb, 20, river of one car; K. .Roger Frech- tte, 22: Dory McNiel, 16; Peggy Vermes, 17; and Wilma Elaine lurian, 18, all of Azusa; Emma o BraUon, 18, Glendora, and H. M. Caullay, 52, Pasadena, driv- r of the other car. Critically injured in Caullay's ar wer-j his wife Marion, 50; Mrs. canic White, 60, and • Elizabeth lossing, 63, both of Pasadena.' Seven Persons Die in Crash AZUSA, Calif. 'UR — Seven per sons were killed and three critically injured yesterday when a car carrying six young people collided with an oncoming car on U.S. Highway -36 just ea;it cf here. Deputies said the car carrying four girls; and two boys returning from a high school dance apparently crossed the center line a high speed, overturned and struck hostess at her home at 506 West i an oncoming car, killing that driv- Sixteenth street to the Dahlia Garden Club when it met for its regular meeting on January 15 at 2:30 Mrs. Edwin Powell was co-hostess. The twelve members answered roll call by naming an evergreen. During a short business session, Mrs. A. C..Ball was elected 2nd vice president; •and/ Mrs;, Floyd Fuller as 3rd .vice-pr.esidentf The treasur- .eiv.Mrs'.'Tfoy Greenlec gave her report and the various committee chairmen gave their report. Mrs. Carl Greenlee, Junior Garden Club Counselor, reported that the Pansy .Junior 'Garden Club of Oglesby school sponsored by the Dahlia Gar ,SAVAGE BULL . . . WILD STALLION . v . MAD WOMEN ... HE TAMED 'EM ALL! « Today Only • Sonny Tuffs * Barbara Britton George "Gabby" Hayes * Edgar Buchanan "THE UNTAMED BREED" ALSO: "FIESTA FROLICS" & COLOR CARTOON • Wednesday & Thursday • i The light For the West! *ffjff&™'~-9Si^ltPW'. - WSTQFlHi CONIANCHES " Brafafc* Barbara ' ' H !£' A T tt E den Club now had an enrollment of approximately 100 children. Mrs. Powell assisted by Mrs Middlebrooks presented an interesting program in identification anc classification of shrubs and ever greens. Mrs. Troy Greenlee won first place with her arrangemen of all green, using line-mass for mation. A salad plate with coffee was sei ved. Mrs. Hogg Hostess To Annie Hoover Circle The Annie Hoover Circle of the First Baptist Chur.ch met in th- home of Mrs. Jack Hogg. Mrs. Royce Smith presided dur ing the business meeting. The meet ing was opened with prayer by Mrs Hogg. The book, "In the Evangelism Country" was. taught bj> Mrs Hugh Jones, after which refresh ments were served. Hazel Sorrels Circle Meets The Hazel Sorrels Circle, of the W. M. S. of the First Baptist Chur ch met Monday, January 18, in the home of Mrs. J. A. Bowden. The chairman, Mrs. J. I. Bowden called the meeting to order with Mrs. A. T. Jewell giving the de votional on "Community Missions.' Reports were heard from diffc rent committees after which Mrs Frank Douglas gave the first chap ter of the home mission book, "In the Evangelism Country." The hostess served refreshments to 9 members and one new member Mrs. Hamilton Honored Mrs. Lillian Hamilton was honor ed with a surprise birthday dinne at her home on Pond Street, Sun day, January 17. When Mrs. Hamilton returnei home from Sunday School her chi: dren and grandchildren met he and began singing "Happy Birth day" to her The dining tabl held a huge white candled birth day cake. Those attending vyere Mi-, anc Mrs. Kenneth Hamilton of Hope Mr. and Mrs, Paul Hamilton arw Mary Paula of Hugo, Oklahoma Mr. and Mrs. V. N. Moses ani and Sharlot of Texarkana. One daughter and- three son who live outside the state wer unable to attend. They are Mrs Doris Lynn of LaCrescenta, Cal:' fornia, Gay and Stewart both v o California and, Doyle of Las Vegas Nevada. Coming and Going A A. McDowell an'tj Lawrenc McppvveU both of Fort'Worth, wen weekend guests of their parents Mr, and Mrs. J. S. Mcpowell. Mrs. H. C. WMwwttleft train fqr Albuquerque, New - toft, to kno'.v them," ho said, "and the best way to get people to accept them is to follow who began his care?.- here in his 70th year, rarely makes sp eeches, but is meticulously busy in committee activities, wher> the real work of Congress is done. "Tha Senate is his life," said Sen. Lyndon, Johnson of Texas, Democratic leader. "He is one cf the wisest men here, but very firm of principle. When il is time for a position to be taken, you won't find Sen. Green heading for the door. And you even have Waytt trouble locating him if a close vote is coming up. "He is younger than many a man of GO." Greon feels' that one way to retain a youthful outlook is to have both an indoor hobby and an outdoor hobby. "My present indoor hobby—my latest and last love—is Chinese paintings," he said.' "But I have collected things all my life, from stamps end shells and seaweeds to etchings and books on Rhode Island history." Interesting items in his past collections: A piece of the Atlantic cable, a bottle of water from the River Jordan, and a glove he wore "Unfortunately, I shoke hands with President Rutherford B. Hayes. "Unfortunately, I shok hands with Hayes with my right and but found later I had saved the leftr hand glove," he said. "It seemed quite a tragedy to me when I first discovered my mistake—but have gotten over it." Pesident Hayes died in 1893. Sen. Green, who once taught Roman law at Brown University, has a long view of history and is optimistic about the future. "There is a threat to the world in the clinflict between liberal and reactionary forces," he said, "bhl I think the libara forces will prevail. "Things may not be as efficienl lor James English placed this ?.d in the Monday morning Examiner: "L unable to raise sale price. Wish to negotiate. Please contact us.' British Looking to Nuclear Power LONDON Iff) —A British government report says that wlthift 20 years nuclear energy may provide about a fourth of Britain's estimated power naeds. The 100-page report, entitled "Britain's Atom Factories" wa§ made public yesterday. It VvflS written by Kenneth Jay, 44. Principal scientific officer at the bit Harwell atom research plant. Jay said nuclear fuel might be developed ih tha next two decades • as the cool turft Missourian Calls WPJ, -Y- hower admifttetratltth MS vice today fftklft a gress#W?nah trora Forget a fflfrtntd! abftilt/... FoUr, atoms, deficits"e~ritin!hlf ct, but ter goodness Salt something about the IS^ht The second note, delivered a* 9:50 p. m. Sunday, read: ". . . It's Sunday morning and I am well and alive. But pleaso hurry for they are afraid you may try to cross thjm by taking th" numbers off the bills ... If the policn . . try in any way to trap them, they will kill me .... "Nothing reported to the papers, for .v : iich I think God . . . Tell jecsJiy to have fnith . . . ." Inspector English said the next elepnone call was received at the Vtoskovitz' home at 12:25 p. m. Monday. Besides reducing the ransom demand to $300,000, the caller .old Moskovitz to place the original aid ;n tl-.e paper when the money was ready. The th:rd note, delivered Monday, read: ". . . . It looks bad for me. They are really mad becatifc your ad in this morning's Examiner said you did hot have the money . . . They are willing to turn me loose for $300,000, but ..noj.Ya ^penny less. . . "Please .fpr £i<jd i s,|Sake doin't try to bargain.", ,f #wcar to God they mean business . . . ." Moskovitz wrote his captors had threatened to castrate him and sent the evidence to his family "if there is any further stalling." Following instructions again, In- in some Ways under a Democracy os under another form of government, but the people are happer. And that's the test. The world is progressing. It is a wonderful thing merely to be alive in it .and 1o have a chance to help make it bettev." The senator takes with wry aplomb his reputation of still being one of the capital's most eligible bachelors. "Is it because of my sweet disposition," he asked with a grin, "or because I could pay a wife's bills?" to produce as much electricity 20 million tons of coal. This is amount by which Britain's production is expected then to short of the country's needs. If certain assumptions out to be Valid, Jay added, might ultimately be possible ( plotely to replace coal by mtc fuel for the generaltion of ele cal power in the United kingdo British Supply Minister Dut Sandys said in a foreword to J report that Britain had moved the past year from the purely search stage into regular ate energy production. specter English placed the orij ad in the Tuesday Examiner/ sale Monday night. Police were assisted by agents as observers, ; rather participants. Regulations prec the FBI from coming officially a case until seven days afte kidnaping, or until there are cations the kidnapers crossed i lines. _, Leonard and his brother oper the Moskovitz Realty 'Co., . a estate and insurance firm. 1 lives have been closely linked, to onlistmg in tb.2 Air Force gether and marrying on the s day. They live in adjoining ho Their father is a personal fi of San Francisco Mayer E Robinson. The jast kidnaping for ranso the San Frrancisco area WE 1040, when 3-year-old Marc de tan Jr., was abducted from hime in exclusive surbu Hillsborcugh. Th. kidnaper manded and was paid $20,00 the boy's father Count Mar Tristan. The boy was returned unhar The kidnaper was caught a time later and is serving ii p term. in on FBI than Their ven to- Elmer was in his ban de To Mrl styling her sell a hotisewiffe,'" the.' . clear: Democrats mijr get''SB 1 sue tnat will push' the al&, fit' cigar ,fnb. v the, backgfButidu" &',;' Mrs. Sullivan^, an fettratittve hette,- said 'rising ttttfee' 1 ' makin^'coffee ,6 itntyry reach of,, the, man. ,ftt» thef. si or the Wjorrtan in thtf -kitchen, "that ii almost un-American,*^, She said profiteering anil ~ lation hpve caused the pride i cup at coffee to jump to\,iS"c< n St. Louis and other el he prico of a pound, to' il.10 ami higher. ' ,. ,, "If this .gauging were otteumi :n copper or t ___ „. :n a fWuse speech , ,,.,-,-& sure the government Would 'tf showing some interest an! conqerifi..; and,*undoubtedly; some helpful results. 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