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, Febmary 17,1954 H0M STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS SOCIETY Phone 7-3431 Between I A. M. and 4 P. M. Calendar Wednesday February 17 The executive board of the Hempstead County Cancer Society will meet in the home of Mrs. E. O. Wingfield on February 17. at 7:30 p. m. m. the Hobby Club will meet at the home of Mrs. H. W. Lindsey at 807 East Seventh street. G. M. A.'s of the Unity Baptist Church will have a meeting on Wednesday night, February 17. at 0:30. The Adult Choir of the First Methodist Church will have practice at 7 i>. m. on Wednesday. Friday, February 19 The Dahlia Garden Club will meet Friday, February 19, at the lome of Mrs. J. C. Carllon, with VIrs. Ross Bright and Mrs. Dewey 3aber as co-hostesses. Members are asked to bring a miniature arrangement. On Friday night, February 19, .he Hope Rotary Club will have L,adies night in celebration of its 36th anniversary, at seven o'clock at the Barlow Hotel, The Youth Choir of the Garrett Memorial Baptist Church will have practice at 7 p. m. on Wednesday. Thursday February 18 The American Legion Auxiliary will meet with the American LCK- ion at the new Hgion Hut- on Thursday night, February 18. The Ladies Pentecostal Auxiliary will have a meeting at 2 p. m. on Thursday. The Junior Auxiliary of the Gar «j£ Memorial Baptist Church, Mrs- Ljle Allen, president, will meet Thursday at 7:30 p. m. At 4 p. m. on Thursday, February 18, -'the Concord Choir of the First Baptist Church w.'ll rehearse. The Choir of the First Christian Church will practice Thursday night at 7. The men of the First Presbyter- i%l church will mept for, supper Thursday night at 7 o'clock in tho Fellowship Hall. The Chancel Choir of the First Baptist Church will,"have rehearsal at 7:30 p. m. on Thursday. The Daffodil Garden Club will meet Thursday at two o'clock at the home of Mrs. Ed O'Gran. Co- hostess will be Mrs. Homer Jones. !rs. Harold Brent's will present 'c program. Each member is requested to attend this important meeting and to bring a triangle arrangement . Thursday, February 18 Hope Chapter 328 Order of the Eastern Star will have their regular meeting at 7:30 on Thursday night, February 18. The Girl Scout Community Com- {•ittee will meet February 18, at tne City Hall at 10 a, m. Saturday, February 20 The Melody Maids will met Saturday morning at ten o'clock at the home of Jo Beth Rettig. Monday February 22 W. S. C. S. Circle Five of the First Methodist Church will meet Monday, February 22, at 7:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Edward Aslin, Oakhaven, with Mesdames Steve Badcr, Sam Hartsfield and Denver Dickinson as co-hostesses. Mrs. Robert Rider will bring the devotional and Mrs. Virgil Keclcy will present the second session of "Jeremiah, the Prophet," in a most interesting and unique manner. All members are urged to be present and bring your Bibles. ted ways to plant pine seedlings, and gave each member a pine seedling to plant at home. The meeting adjourned following this discussion. Music Makers Meet At Home Of Susan Davis The Music Makers Junior Music Club sponsored by Mrs. B. C. Hyatt, met on Saturday morning at the home of Susan Davis. Mrs. Sam Strong had charge of the program on "The Life of Lily Pond's." piano solos were presented by Linda Gilbert, Sheila Foster and Susan Davis. Refreshments were Mrs. Davis. served by Coming and Going Mr. and Mrs. J. S. McDowell and Mrs. Aubrey Collier, Jr., and children have returned home after visiting Mr. and Mrs. McDowell's sons in Fort Worth. Mrs. T. O. Bright is now at home following a visit in California with her children. In El Monte, she visited Mrs. Kenneth Taylor and Jack Lambert and in Pasadena, she was the guest of Mrs. Emory Ethington. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. McDowell and Mrs. C. C. Collins visited Mr. and Mrs. Wright in Spring Hill, Tuesday afternoon. Hospital Notes Branch Admitted: Mary Jane Wilson, Hope Sixth Grade Of Paisley Visits Jones. Home As a culmination of the unit on Germany, Mrs. M. B. Hatch's sixth grade of Paisley school visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Haskell Jones, to see authenic German collections. Interesting articles seen and the story told about each by Mrs. Jones were woodcarving and a cuckoo clock from the Black Forests: typical German clothing for school' boys and girls; a miniature Bavarian wedding coach; and Hemmel figurines. Miss Helga Loew, the elementary German teacher who is spending the month of February in Hope, was the honor guest. A tape recording was made. Thursday, February 18, at 2 p. Paisley 4-H Club Meets The Paisley 4-H Club met on Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 in the school auditorium. The president of the club, Betty Beard, called the meeting to order. Vice president Jo Ann David led the group in repeating the club pledge. Mr. Oliver Adams talked about the', importance of pine trees and their 'great value. He then took the group outside where he demonstra- Hope Jimmy • Don Wilson, Mrs. Royal Stoud, Hope. Discharged: Mrs. W. C. Tollison, Kirby. Mr. and Mrs. Royal Stroud announce the arrival of a baby boy on Feb. 15, 1954. Julia Chester Admitted: Mrs. Rush Jones, Ozan Mrs. Harold West, Hope Mi- Horace Williams, Hope. Discharged: Mr. James H. Mar cum, Rt .1, Hope Mrs. H. G. Good, Rt. 1, Hope Hope. Mr. Fred W. Camp. Clubs L A S T HURRY! Feature Times: 4:51 - 7:02 - 9:13 REGULAR PRICES (Plus 10c for Glasses) IN 3-D RITA HAYWORTH JOSE'FERRER News & 'Circus Band <COWM»U THURSDAY! THE ISLAND AND THE WOMAN ARE MINE!" « THE IUCHARDGREEME-PAUIARAYMOND God manifest? Himself upon the scene of pgr daily living p* the Lord and Giver of life; interpreting the divine will to our human hearts, comforting gs in our sore bereavements, awakening within us a hunger for the eternal, quickening pur souls to repentance for sin, witnessing with our spirits that we qre the children pf Qod. The nature of the Hoi/ Spirit often lies beyond the limits pf our knowledge and understanding, but the gloripu* fact <?f His presence in our minds hearts is the central cer» of ft^r CKristign. Asks Billion to Help French Fight Reds By HERBERT FOSTER WASHINGON, (UP) — Sen. i. Alexander Smith (R-N.J.) said oday Congress should vote about $1.000,000.000 this year to help pay "or the French fight against communism in Indochina. '•We are going to-have to carry .he greater cost of the war again," said in an interview. "We'll lave to spend about the same as we are this year." The United States has ear- market $785,000,000 for the French war effort during the current fiscal year ending June 30. A spokesman for the Foreign Operations Administration said Congress is being asked to authorize about $800,000,000 for fiscal 1955. Smith, who heads the Senate's "ar Eastern affairs subcommitee tee and recently surveyed the Indochina situatoin, said "I don't "eel as much alarm about the pic- ;ure as some people." "In fact I am very optimistic about an ultimate French victory," he said. "The biggest \veakness is Paris. If they decidced to pull out of Indochina it would b c v ery serious." • Smith was not really worried about this, however, and said the United States should continue to do all it can .short of direct intervention to help France fight the war to a successful conclusion. The administration's decision to send I'.OO air for re technicians to Indochina and South X-jrc-a's .offer to Efciid a .'liv'Fion have touched off a lively congressional debate over Far Eastern policy. Sen<. Walter F. Georgo (D-Ga.) and John J. Spsrkman ID-Ala.) told reporters yesterday that this country w.iuld J;<;E ombrollc:! in an nil-out Asiatic war with Rerl China the minute it fends any combat troops to Indochina. Security Risk Prober Is in Hot Water BY JAMES MARLOW Court Docket Municipal Court of Jtope, Arkansas February's, 1954. Civil Dockfr Vernon Dennis, Speeding Forfeited $5.00 cash bond. Albert Cdn.Way, Perry Ware, Gaming, Forfeited $10.00 cash bond. WASHINGTON, W — Life wasn'tj Edgar Williams, Garhlng, Plea Green Laster A discussion on the new spring colors and textures and making bell collars, nnd cuff sets from men's ties WHS led by Mrs. Lorraine B. Wylic, Home Demonstration Agent whe 1 -. the Green Laslfcr Home Demonstration Club met at the home of Mrs. Herbert Hartsfield with Mrs Ernest Cobb on co-hostess for its February meet'in". Mrs. Wylie poiiv ed cut that the 1954 spring colors were beige, pink, rosy red, navy anc white accents and that the pattern: of spri.nj stars rosy prints. As a change from traditjlonai gray, beige is tho bi.3 spring suit colors in yarn- dyod fabr ics. There are also, many beiije background prints. Khaki :s the now fashion color in cotton sport-wear. Mrs. Fred H-i-t, president, discussed with the club the possibility of a bake sale io raise money for their clubhouse. The date of the sale was sec for Saturday, February 0. Finns for the March Council meelirs were also discussed. Mrs. Harlffield gav° the devotional which was .laker from Matthew 25: H_«9. The Wise Use of Talents. Mrs. Sam England led the prayer. Refreshment were served to 7 rnciritmrs an' one visitor after which ibe rlub ndjourned to meet with Mrs. Hunt in M&rch. By using man-made mercury 198 and the wave length of the green light that it emits as a standard scientists can measure with a precision of one part in 100 million. P. M. for a demonstration on Trich ron Painting. The Morch meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. William Schooley. Liberty Hill A discussion on the colors, styles and patterns of rialer ials for spring was led by Mrs. Lorraine B. Wylie, Home Demonstration Agent, wl|en the Liberty Hill Home Demonstration Club met at the home of Mrs. Lester Kent. Route; 1, Hope for Us regular monthly meeting in February Mrs. W H. tight gave the devotional anc 1 led t'iie gioup in prayer Mrs. Kent, president, presided during 'he business session at which time tho club decided to have bake sale in tho near future. A donation was givc-r to the March of Dimes Campaign. Family Living Outlook for lOjl was' discussed by Mrs. Light. Mrs. Irvin Belts, directed games during the '-ecroaUonal period. Mrs. Jewell. Shields and Mrs. Wylie received game prizes. Mrs. S. E Huckabec received the surprise pad'age. Rofreshrrents were served to 13 memterV nnd three guests after which tho club adjourned to meet in March with Mrs. W. H. Light. Victory ' Much interest was shown at the discussion of spring fashions at the February meeting of the Victory Home Demonstration Club. Mrs. Lorraine B. Wylie, Home Demonstration Agent, led the discussion on color, fabric and style of spring costume? and '.^e accessories to best accent them. At the request of Mrs. Ruth Beale Supei intenclent of thu Arkansas Crippled Children's Home at Little Rock, the club plant- to send laboratory and formulas towels To "the children's home in the nea'r future. A demonstration or. making sequin (ics was - g.'vpn by Mrs. Wylie, assisted by Mr?. Jimmy Miller. Oilier members present were: Mrs. Robert Cnsli, Mrs. Archie, Smith Mrs. Carlton Roberts, Mrs. Jack Sumpter, Mrs. William Schooley, Mrs. W. R. Zumwalt, Mrs. Cecil Smith, Mrr. Dalton Smith, Mrs Bill Burke, Mrs. J. B. Rowe w Jr., Mrs. C J Rowe, Mrs. Orvillie Holscher, Mrs. Ilallar McCorkle, Mrs. D&vy Bye'-?, Mrs. E. C. Calhoun ard Mrs. Doxtei Alf,ord One ne\y member, MIS. Jw Patterson, w#s welcomed mto, thj? cjub,. The club. \viU . '---•• "to Hopewell Mrs. Theo Long, clothing leader, and Mrs. Oxcar Hodnett, food leader had charge of the progam at the Hope well Home Demonstration Club mooting .held in the home of Mrs. Ned Pin-tie, February 4'thT- Mrs. Long spoke on fashions, what makes fa-jhinns and what's new and good style this spring. Mrs. Hodnott talked on cakes, yeas' breads and .baking powder breads f'ivjng the results of too little or too much flour, sugar and baking powder, s.n-1 the difference in yeast breads using water, potato water o- milk. Mrs. John Keck demonstrated painting with tri chem paints, showing painting on cloth, china, glass and aluminum. Mrs. Purlle, president, reported on the Hernpsteid County Board of Director.? Meo'.'ng . A letter from Miss Jean Lassclcr telling of the club's project at the tuberculosis saito-inrn was rea'd. During the recreation period, Mrs Purtle won ihe surprise package and Mrs Keck the game prize. Mrs. Purtle served light refresh men's 1o the following members: Mesdarnes Hodnett, G. W. Wiggins, Claude Byrd, Mandy Rogers, Magpie Tinkersly, LoK:ie Koneycutt, Neil Osburn, Earnert Graham, R. M. Harrison Theo Long, John Keck, Cecil Bittle, Charles Adkins, and two guests Mrs. Nell Oliver and Mrs. W, A. CobT. The March meeting will be March 4, at the home of Mrs. Cecil Bittle, with Mrs. Chas. Adkins as co-hostess. exactly quiet for W. R. Scott McLeod when he stayed m um. It's even less so now that he's talking. He sr.id little—publicly—for almost a year after Secretary of hired him to look for subverrives and security risks in the State Department. Now suddenly within a month McLeod. a former FBI agent, not only has been giving interviews but has made speeches at Republican rallies. Less than a month ago five former diplomats, in a letter to the New York Times, said the department's security program was wrecking the morale of foreign service officers. Within the month McLeod, not always the easiest man for reporters to see, answered questions fcr a group of them at an off-lho- rocord dinner and gave a lengthy interview to the magazine U.S. News and World Report. Last week he made five speeches at Republican gatherings, in Wyoming and South Dakota. As he was returning over the weekend from the talking trip the question of morale was raised again. The Washington Star quoted civil service officials as saying McLeod wants his investigators taken out from under civil service so he can have "another FBI." And the paper quoted some de- partmont employes as saying McLeod told them at a meeting he wanted the change made so he could "hire and fire" as he pleased. "Since that meeting," the Star said, "it is understood that at least 15 or 20 veteran investigat o r s have quit. . .Employes in the division say morale is at a low ebb. But McLeod's speechmaking to the Western Republicans already had got him into a dispute because of the Hatch Act, which bans polft' cal activity by certain categroies of government workers.' Was McLeod covered A civil service official Said he was. The State Department's legal counsellor said he wasn't. The department is sticking to that. Democrats criticized McLeod, as was to be expected. McLeod's superiors have stuck- by him. He got into a rumpus, or - was dragged into it, rieht after Dulles hired him last March. At tho time he. was administrative assistant to Sen. Bridges (R-TSTH 1 . While the Democrats ran it, the State Department had been pictured by Republicans, uarticular- ly Sen.' McCarthy (R-Wis', as a hapny huntinc ground for Communists. McLeod was a friend of McCarthy but denies McCarthy got his job. Before McLeod had time to learn his way around the corridors, Bridges attacked President Eisenhower's .choice of Charles E. Bohlen to be ambassador to Moscow. And McCarthy and Sen. McCarran (D-Nev^ lit into Dulles. They said that when the secretary told HIP Senate an FBI report gave Bohlen a clean bill, he misrepresented it. McLeod, they said, had objected to the appointment but had been overridden by Dulles. Dulles denied this. The whole security problem boiled over after Eisenhower on Jan, 7 announced 2,200 security risks had been separated i! rom their government jobs. Some Renublicans suggested practically all 2,200 were subversives although a security risk could be anything from a Communist to a drunk, liar, crook or homo-sexual. guilty, fined $10.00. Robert Hlckrflan, No tail light on car, Forfeited $1.00 cash bond. Berthem House, .Possessing untaxed intoxicating-' liquor, Ple& guilty, fined #50.00. Mary " Forfeited $lffOit)0 cash bond. W. L. Holbert. Keeping a gaming device, Forfeited $100.00 cash bond. Paul May/; Willie Combs .Bill Briant, Charlie Gilkie, Drunkenness, Forfeited $10.00 cash bond. Lonnie Jefferson, Claudls C. Walker, Assault & Battery, Forfeited $10.00 cash bond. ' Elliott Ellis, Roosevlet Williams Disturbing peace, Forfeited $10.00 cash bond. Fourof 130 Dismissed Are Disloyal By WILLIAM F AftBOGAS WASHINGON. «!— The Treasury Department has informed Cort* grcss that out of 130 'security" dismissals of forced resignations in 1953, four were found to be "disloyal persons" under standards since scrapped Th Information was given to the House Appropriations Committee, which published it today, by Elbert P Tuttle, acting security officer for the department, jvhich has about 77,000 employes The committee was considering the department's budget request A man doesn't have to be disloyal to be classed as a securltj h-isk, Tuttle said He might be given a "dangerous" rating If hq were "a rugged individual" >wlth «',,.»!;•-r T v u. a mother behind the Iron Curtain Willie McLemorc, Improper lights -jj.j on car, Forfeited $1.00 cash bond. Willie McLcmore, Andrew Hickman, Calvin McPhcrson, No driver's license, Forfeited $5.00 cash bond. R. B. Watkins, Gamine, DiBiniss- ed. State Docket! Miller Hubbard, , Drunkenness, Hinton Fashions was one of the main topics oi the- Hinton Home Demonstration Club's February meetin;; at Patinos School. Mrs. Jimmie Griffin cxp'ainerl wnere fashions orignate and pfc-vicwed spring's best colors and styles in hats, suits, dresses and acessones. New fabrics and their uses wore discussed by Mrs. 3. E. McWiluams. The demonstration for the moeting was given by Mrs. Eldndc" i'onnby who show ed tv-'o cakes and gave reasons for the differences in testure and taste. She told secern! thing'; to do to in- surf successfui taking. Mrs. Bryan Camp and Mrs. Garland Smith we/p co-hostesses. New members were Mrs. John Hardee and Mrs. Edward May. Others present were: Mesc'.arnes Nath Rider, Tom Drake, Oliver Rider, Noel Warren, Oscar Rider, Tommy Gilsson, Howard Kuffington, Stella Adams, Berlin Jones, Edna Simmons, Marion Hubbard, Monroe Kent and Glen McDonald. The March. rripnUng will be the second Monday at Patmos School. Forfeited $10.00 cash bond. Billy Joe Lee, Delinquency of a minor, Forfeiture of $25.00 Ordered on bond. North Texas Tank Co., Aiding and abetting another to evade Public Service Commission permit requirements, Forfeited $50.00 cash bond.' Chester Gough, Operating a motor vehicle for hire without Public Service Commission permit, Forfeited $50.00 cash bond. ' Early Martin, Beating a board Bill, Dismissed. Dee Pell Dennis, Beating a board Bill, Dismissed. '-.-• J. C. Vancil, Violation of Section 24 of Act 367, of 1941 as amended, Forfeited $25,00 cash bond. Ray Field, No Identification on truck, Forfeited $25.00 cash bond. J. C, Vancil, Quarneil Truck Lines, No Cab card, Forfeited $25.00 cash bond. D, C. Anderson, Freedman Iron & Steel Co., M. Lopez, Jim Walker, L. V, Sirrims, Overload. Forfeited $25.00 cash bond. D. C. McMullen, Hubert Mar tin, Hauling for hire without authority, Forfeited $100.00 cash bond. Ode Smith Jr. Disturbing peace Tried, found not guilty. Capital Floors', Aiding and abetting another to, violate Act 367 of 1941, -as amended, Tried, fined $50.00. , Joe Gribble, No Public Service Commission permit, Tried,- fined $50.00. ' •'Herman'-Langston;'NoSidriver's' license, Plea guilty, fined, $5.00, " About 15 million persons in the United. States: have some degree of hearing impairment. ic added In a separate report on the cii3' toms service, whose 8,000 employes supervise imports into the Unit lOOrOFSDOfSt FldKottnR.nose-plcklne and a tor- mcntlhff rectal Itch are often tell- Ulo signs of Fin-Worms . .. ugly put-mites thnt medical experts »ay infest one out of every three persons examined. Entire families may bo victims and not know it. To feet rid of Ptn-Worma, thes« nests must not only bo killed, but killed In tho large Intestine -where they live and multiply. That's ex- aotfy whit Jayrie** P-W tablets do ... and here's how they do It: Fif«e—a, Rclentltia routine: carries the tablets Into the bowels be- 'fore they dissolve. Then —J»yn«'» modern; medically-approved In- ' gradient goes right to work— kills Pin-Worms quickly and easily. • Don't take chances with this dangerous, highly contagious condition. Get genuine Jayne'n P-W Vermifuge... small, casy-to-tako tablets .*.. fpccial sites for children nnd adults. Perfected by Dr. D. Jayne & Son, specialists In worm remedies for 100 years. n e* WITH HI 1 FurtGf .GRAND OLE OPRYGAN( NIGHT SHOW RADIO. RECORD f.MOva S BIGGEST SHOWdr THC MUSK SONGS t- COMCO'V <\, AT FAIR FARIC COLISEUM Newsmen and Democrats began asking for a breakdown, knowing the actual number of Communists found by the Eisenhower administration when it took over from tho Democrats will be a campaign issue. The administration has given none. Last week McLeod was reported to have told a congressional committee only 11 of 534 security risks separated from the State Department involved loyalty. Later he said tho figures were inaccurate. 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