Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 26, 1954 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, January 26, 1954
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Tuesday, January 26, 1954 • HOPE STAR, MOM, ARKANSAS SOCIETY- Phona 7-3431 Between 8 A. M, and 4 P. M. Calendar Tuesday January 26 Tlie Cosmopolitan Club will have a meeting on Tuesday night at 7:43 at the home of Mrs. Henry Hjj'pes with Mrs. Jim McKenzie nR. 'Mrs. Teddy Jones as associate hostesses. Chapter AE of the P. E. O. will meet Tuesday, January 26 at 3 p. m. in the home o£ Mrs. Henry Haynes. Invitations have been issued by Mrs. Jesse Brown, Mrs. Arval May Mrs. Alvin'Reynolds and Mrs. M. S. Bates to a bridal shower honor- iilgoMiss Greta Caston, bride-elect 61 Charles Gough, on Tuesday, January 26, from 7 until 9 p. m., at the home of Mrs. Bfiles, 1510 South Elm. The Kathleen Mallory Circle of the First Baptist Church will meet in the home of Mrs. Jewell Moore, Jr., at 7:30 p. m. Tuesday, January 26. Girl Scout Troop 9 will meet at tl^j| Little House on Tuesday, January-26, immediately after school. Hostesses will be Wavalee Honea and Ann Roach. Each girl is asked to bring her thimble. Friday, January 29 Miss Dorothy Mario Bullock and e LAST DAY • At: 2:39 - 4:50 • 7:01 - 9:12 ^Clifton WEBB-Barbara STANWYCK " Robert WAGNER • Audrey DALTOH ; _. • Late News • Cartoon "Little Dutch Plate" • WED. & THURS. • lex Phyllis BARKER-KIRK James Edward Robertsbn of Fort Worth, will be married at 6 p. in. on Friday, January 29, in the First Baptist Church of Hope. Thursday, January 28 There will be, a meeting of the Bodcaw Improvement Club at 6:30 p. in. on Thursday, January 28. Everyone is asked to bring a covered dish. The ladies of the Hope Country Club will have a luncheon at 12:30 on Thursday, January 28. Mrs. C. C. Lewis and Mrs. Charles Har- rcll will be co-hostesses. Mrs. Ola Smith Honored With Birthday Dinner A surprise birthday dinner was given in honor of Mrs. Ola Smith on Sunday, January 24, at her home. Mrs. Smith was the recipient f many useful gifts. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Yocum, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ross, Miss Mary Jo Ross of Dallas, Texas, Miss Frances Ross Mr. and Mrs. Mart Yocum Mrs. Belts, Mr and Mrs Marvin Arterbury and sons, Yynn and Dennis Tom Yocum, Alice Nancy, Sylvia and Thqmas L. and Lewis Smith. Coming and Going Bobby Phippin student at Henderson State Teachers College, has spent several days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Phippin. Jerry O'Neal and Sydney McMath, students at Hendrix College, have been visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl O'Neal and Mr. and Mrs. Syd McMath. Mrs. Joe Irvin and little daughter • FINAL SHOWING • At: 7:29 • 9:25 NWSCOCOIOR\ WILIARD PARKER BARBARA PAYTON • TOM NEAL NOVELTY » CARTOON •••>•••• TRAVELOG • ^ • WED. - THURS. • * NOTICE To my many Friends and Customers. My Shop is now located at 500 SOUTH WALNUT in Gib Lewis' new Oldsmobile place. JORDAN'S BODY SHOP Westbrook Reported os Being Improved DE QUEEN, —The condition of former Dierks banker Thomas F. Westbrook \vas reported to be improved today. > Westbrook, defendant in state and federal charges growing oul of an estimated $18,",000 shortage at the r.ow-defunct Bank of Dierks, Today, the 75-year-old ex-bank vice i resident's oldest son, Vernon Westbrook, said his father was some better but not out of danger yet." Pride, Love Only Chance for Normalcy PETERSBURG, Ind. (UP) — A two-hoac'ed baby's chance for happiness end the emotional well-bein of thv! ether children in the family hirge on family pride and love, a child guidance expert said today. Tho Lloncle boys s.re joined al the trunk so they appear to be a single body with four arms and two heads, but medical authorities have classified them as two per sons. The problems implicit in rearing them were never clearer than when their five-year - old sister saw tiiem for th-j first time and asked, "Why does he have two head?, mommy" The parents, who brought the six-week-old "twins" home from the Indiana University m e d ical center at Indianapolis recently kno no way to satisfy the curiosity cf the five-year - old and her two younger sisters. A child guidance expert, who asked that his name not be used, said the happiness of the whole family depends on how the parents accept the boj's. "If tnc family accepts them, the twins will accept the world and judge it by their own standards like each of us does." the expert said. As for the other children, ". . .if they can be made to feel proud ' of the boys, adverse comments from outside the home won't make any difference." The parents have vowed to rear the twins, Daniel Knye and Donald Ray, themselves outside of an institution, despite the poverty ol the -W-year-old laborer father. "P'erhops the question is not entirely one of their being different." the child expei't raid, "but of the tremendous amount of attention they f,ct and how; that might affect treir sistipi's, 'who are also a part .of the family,. you .Kn£\y........ " f "TftV "three"'" 'little girls," aged five, four and two, are pretty youn;> to try to understand why their brother is different, but they are very much aware of the trc£ mendous attention he gets. If they are made to feel left out anc therefore insecure, they will naturally be jealout and there wll be problems." Their 27-year-old mother is busy now lemodeling baby garments she made when expecting a single birth so they will fit over the 'do ble snculders, arms and heads. Will the boys ever walk "That's the $04 question," saic Dr. Joseph Elbert the family physician. "When the family knows that, they'll be able to start planning his future with a more sound basis." Medical authorities would not speculate about whether the boys will be able to walk. Their brains are apparently normal but the duplicated nervou.5 sytems might make coordination impossible. Tests hr.ve revealed each head seems to control one foot. of Galveston are the guests of Mrs, Irvin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Ruggles. "THE BIGGEST LITTLE STORE IN TOWN" ELCOME FARMERS TO HOPE SEAMLESS BACK WORK SHOES 8-hours on-the'job will be lots easier on your feet in this shoe designed for comfort. One-piece quarter; cushioned insole; longwearing leather outsole. glove uooers. $8.95 i quarters assure easy comfort and! rugged strength. Shoes as Shown Comes with Leather or Cork Sole! WE HAVE THE QUALITY SHOES AND BOOTS FOK THE WORKING MAN. FOSTER'S FAMIU SHOi STOR Paralysed Baby May Be Saved MACOMB. 111. (UF) — "Little Donna' Matthews, a 20-month-old foundling paralyzed since birth, left today for Los Angeles and surgery which may save her ebbing life. The tiny girl, ward of city of Macornb, was scheduled to arrive in Clvcago at 11:40 a. m. CST and v/ill leave by plane at 2:10 p. m. for Los Angeles. At Los Angeles she will undergo surgery for a malignancy Tuesday by Dr. Tracey Putman a neurosurgeon. The townspeople of Macomb raised the mondy to swid their tiny ward to California for the vital operation. Donna's parents are separated. Her ticetor. W. E. Carnahan said the community "adopted" the little §iri because, her mother was ill and .destitute and the father took "little interest" in her. The community responded by raising funds to send her to Los Angeles Donna was horn with a malignant tumor on her spine which left her paralyzed from the waist down. Carnahan scheduled the operation when he feaied the tumor would exort pressure on the brain and end her life. Putnam was asked u» perform it because he is a specialist in the field. "This child is a bright, sweet and lovable personality and needs a charco," Carnahan said. Doctois hope the operation will save her life, but said the surgery will not enable her to walk. Dotma has lived al: of her short life in St. Francis Hospital under the care of Carnahan, who delivered her. Court Docket Municipal Court of Hope, Arkansas January 25, 1954. • City Docket Edward Wren, E. J. Ogran, Speeding, Forfeited $5.00 cash bond Wilson Hopson, Robert Hopson, Resisting arrest, Forfeited $50.00 cash bond. ' Wilson. Hopson, Disturbing peace, Forfeited $10.00 cash bond. Wilson Hopson, Operating car without brakes, Forfeited $5.00 cash bond. Orless Williamson, No driver's license, Fprfeited-$5.00 cash bond. King Hill, Jr., Running "Stop" sign, Forfeited $5.00 cash bond. J. D. Williams, Driving while intoxicated, Forfeited $50.00 cash bond and 1 day-in jail. , ,-..,Wiley Mack,-,>Possessing, untaxisd? intoxicating liquor, Forfeited $50.00 cash bond. / Roylon Washington, Assault & Battery, Forfeited $10.00 cash bond. The following forfeited $10.00 cash bond on a charge of Drunkenness: Robert Hopson, Jessie Program, David Deloney, John Stafford, Roy .Johnson, Henry Coley, Buck Brown. Roy Dyer, Drunkenness, Forfeited $7.00 cash bond, served 3 days in jail. Robert Lindsey, Willie Garland, Drunkenness, Plea guilty, fined '$10.00. Robert Henry, Drunkenness, Plea guilty, fined $10.00; .served 3 days in jail. State Docket Willie Garland, Driving a motor Vehicle while under the influence of intoxicating -liquor. Plea guilty fined $250.00 10 days in jail and driver's license revoked for 1 year (Second Offense) Clarence Keys, Driving a motor vehicle while under the influence of intoxicating liquor, Plea guilty, fined $50.00 and. 1 day in jail. John Williamson, Assault and battery, Plea guilty, fined $25,00. Matthew Johnson, Walter Walker, Assault & Battery, Plea guilty, fined $10.00. Kelly Bros. Foods, Evade regulations of the Arkansas Public Service Commission, Forfeited $100.00 cash bond. L,. T. Bracken, Jimmie Fortncr, No Public Service Commission permit. Forfeited $100.00 cash bond. Agricultural Transportation Association, Dean Tredenick, Operating a truck without Public Service Commission cab card, Forfeited $100.00 cash bond. Cruz Graza, Evading weight Memo riot to Late Judge Riddick LITTLE ROCK, tfl — Memorial services for the late Judge Walter G. Riddick of Little Rock will be heU in federpl court here at 10 a.m. tomorrow. Laborer Kills 3 in His Family DENVEft, tfc— A calm 26-year- old laborer, muttering "1 want tr» go home" in his native Italian tongue, wat held today a? police trace ( a yeir-iong familj quarrel which Judg- Riddic): was a member ofjerupteJ in a shotgun' "blood bath' the Eighth United States Courti.vt'stej'dr.y. . of Aopt-als for 13 yc-nrs. He died Held for investigation was frank in Little Rock, July 31, 1753. District Judges John E. Miller of Fort Smith; Thomas C. Trimble of Little Rock; snd Harry J. LcmUy of Hope, and justices of the Arkansas Supreme Court will take pnrt in the services. Prosecutor to Run for Congress ARKADELPHIA — G. W. Lookndoo of Arkadclphia, prosecuting attorney of the Eighth Judicial District, might oppose Rep. Oren Harris of El Dorado for Harris congressional seat. Lookpuoo said he would make a final decision by the middle of February on whether to sek tne Democratic nomination for Congress in next summer's primaries. Harris has served In Congress from the old Seventh District and the new Fourth District since 1940. Looi;adoo formctly served In the Arkansas General Assembly. Accident Not Funny to Comedian HOLLYWOOD, .(*)— Comedian .Red Skelton didn't find it very funny when he accidentally shoved his right arm through a shower room glass door. A CBS-TV spokesman said the accident occurred when Skelton slipped at his home Friday night. Skellon is expected for television rehqarsal. today, although the Injury icquired 30 stitches, the spokesman said. Before World War III Itlhle an- nuarl value of world farm output per capita was about $16.27. scales, Plea guilty, fined $25.00 Cruz Graza, Overload, Plea guilty, fined $25.00; finesuspended durine good behavior. ' .D. W. McLearen, Roy L. Baldwin, Overload. Forfeited $25.00 cash bond. Moody Transport Co., Operating motor truck for hire without Public Service Commission permit, Forfeited ,$100.00 cash bond. ,Cruz Graza, Hauling for hire with out Public Service Commission permit. Plea guilty, fined $50.00. .iFrank Turner, Hauling for hire without Public Service Commission authority, Plea guilty, fined $100.00 fine suspended during good behav- t&EJryan Reed. Drunkenness, , Plea 'guilty, 'fined $10.00; fine and costs suspended. Joe Golden, Drunkenness, Forfeited $10.00 cash bond. Percy Lee Cobb, following too close to another vehicle, Forfeited $5.00 cash bond. Tandy Bean, Failure to yield right-of-way, Dismissed. Civil Docket ; A. R. McKinley vs. T. C. Williams Action on account for $40.11, Judge- ment for Plaintiff by default for $40.11, interest and costs. Archina, arrested in ft tavertt three blocks frorh thehome where his parents-by-lnw lay drnd, their son fatally wounded and a daughter critically shot. Officers said Frank A. Macri, 63, and his wife Elizabeth, 58, were killed instantly b> blasts from a 12-gauge shotgun, fhelr soft f¥s&k Jr., 22, died five hoilfs late* at Denver General Hospital. A daughter, Mnry, 20, wa«r ill Critfcal <SttA- dition. Archif-a, neld without charge, denied through an interpreter that he fired the fatal shots. , The joung Italian immigrant is married to a second daughter of the dead couple, ftose, 19. Police quoted her as saying she would have been shot also "but he tad out of shells." The term "corn" is applied to the leading cereal crop of the region, meaning wheat in England, oats i Scotland and maize in the United States. • ,,b'y ava Monthl ^tfd&* CrMip ct R too* Mbf ttnftrt tffrU *B<t vfttatft eftth d*r to behi bttlld ti**f reilatanW.Thty fcolt, »6t, *h*» >»» *«d 1«* »»**» t»ttl trtbrtth; Ito throtfth petimU *Tthent ft» while. Star lovely *tl Me*tfi !f CiMot CARDUI Lewis-Mclorty •^ YOUR RED HAWK WORK CLOTHES STORE RED HAWK Men's No. 1 Army Cloth KHAKI PANTS Genuine Cramerton Cloth. 3.98 (Shirts to Match) RED HAWK 11 Oz. All Sizes MENS JEANS 3.75 RED HAWK 10 Oz. All Sizes EtOYS JEANS 2.98 HID HAWK *-, r Men's Type '4 Army Cloth PANTS Be sure to see those ^RR9 ^n&f /-I ''# (Shirts to X\$.rch} < '# -'" ' T . I t 1 v r "'S ,,'•<> , * : *,y _ ^— n f j RED HAWK MENS JEANS 2.49 Red Hdwk Ladies Jeans . j. . .2 Red Hawk Girls Jeans . . '/. 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