Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 11, 1954 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 11, 1954
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y, March 11V-1*54 HOP! STAR, Me?!, ARKANSAS SOCIETY Pbon* 7-8431 Between I A. M. and 4 P. M. Calendar Thursday March 11 Fathers' night will be held on |March 11, by the Junior-Senior High fSchool P. T. A. in the Junior High {auditorium. Members of the Brookwood P. T. i. are having a meeting at the school on Thursday morning at 10 i o'clock. They will discuss "Sense . and Nonsense About Discipline." The piano pupils of Mrs. R. L. '• Gosnell will giye a "Duet and \ Trio" program on Thursday after- i ; noon, March 11, at 4:15 in the \ Junior High School auditorium. Pas rents and friends of the pupils are f invited . Blevins P. T. A. will meet Thursday night, March 11,' at 7:30. The Jitheme of the program will be l|"Healthy Personalities." A film ffvvill be shown. The executive com- finittee will meet at 7 o'clock. The Adult Fellowship Class of the Hrst Methodist Church will have |a spaghetti supper meeting at 7 3'clock Thursday evening at the fchurch. Members are asked to £ring only salads, breads and deserts. The hostesses will be Mrs. j'Jack Gardner and Mrs. Lloyd iGuerin. Mrs. H. O. Kyler will ore- 'sent the program. Baby sitters will be provided. Guernsey P. T. A.will meet Tours | day night at 7:30 in the High ' School Auditorium. Friday March 12 The Camellia Garden Club will [>eet Friday March 12, at 2 p. m. the home of Mrs. Jim Cole, 1004 South Main street. Members are asked to bring a crescent arrangement. • • | Monday March 15 | Members of Poplar Grove 196, 4 Supreme Forest,Woodmen's Circle, t will meet at the home, of Mrs. i ^idney Slow-Down 'May Bring Restless Nights When kidney function slows down, many folks complain of nneeing backache, head- nchen, dizziness and loss of pep and energy. Don't suffer restless nights with these "discomforts if reduced kidney function is Bet-' ting you down—due to such common causes &s stress and strain, over-exertion or exposure to cold. Minor bladder irritations due o cold or wrong diet-may cause getting up itfhts or frequent passages. ' Don't neglect your kidneys if these conditions bother you-.Try:.Doan's Pills—a mild diuretic. Used successfully by millions for over 60 yeara. It's amazing how many times • Doan's give haptfy relief from these discomforts—help the IB milesbf kidney tubes and filters flush out waste. Get Doan's Fills todayl Dwight Ridgdill for their regular .monthly social on Monday night, March 15, instead of Tuesday. This change is due to conflicting schedules. Reverend Pendleton P. T. A. Speaker "Healthy Personality" Was the topic discussed by the Reverend Edmund Pendleton when he spoke to the members of the Oglesby P.T. A. on Wednesday afternoon, ( March 10. The Reverend Pendleton stressed the fact that in homes where there is true love and understanding amone the members, there is little to fear of juvenile delinquency. During the business meeting the following officers were elected for the 1954-1955 school year; president. Mrs. Edmund Pendleton; vice president, Mrs. Theo Long; secretary, Mrs. W. E. Null;treasurer, Mrs. Ervin Chism. Mrs. F. J. Bruce was appointed representative fropn Oglesby to at tend the P. T. A. organization being formed for exceptional children. Attention was called to the land scaping of the school grounds by the Danlia Garden Club and members of the P. T. A. Births Mrs. Tooley Hostess To P. E. 0. Sisterhood Chapter AE of the P. E. O. Sisterhood met on Tuesday afternoon, March 9, at three o'clock in the home of Mrs. L. B. Tooley. The. entertaining rooms were decorated with jonquils and snap dragons. An election of officers was held with the officers and their various offices as follows: president, Mrs. Jim McKenzie; vice-president, Mrs. Henry Haynes; recording secretary Mrs. Walter Sims;' corresponding secretary, Mrs. Mac Stuart; treasurer, Mrs. F. C. Crow; Mrs. C. V. Nunn, Sr., chaplain; guard, Mrs. Ferell Baker. The hostess served a dessert plate to seventeen members. Hempstead County Education Association Has Meeting The Hempstead County Education Association met Tuesday night, March 9, in .the Hope Junior High Auditorium. '> The organization voted to buy one life membership in the Arkansas Education Association for the active teacher with the longest record of -teaching iii Hempstead County. /. . . -... . The present officers were voted to ^serve during the 1954-55 school year: president, Carl Brady; vice president, Raymond Honea; secre- tary-Ti-eaisurer, ; VMrs. -Y'Mary^Nell Turner.' ' '•'••' ' '•''.'>•' • •' . !' • MisS, Janette Barr,. accompanied by Mrs. Mary Turner, sang 'two selections: Summertime by Geo- HURRY! LAST DAY! Feature, at:. 3:42 - 5:24 - 7:23 - 9:22 / IF YOU ENJOY "DRAGNET/ 1 YOU'LL LIKE THIS ONE ... . rge Gershwin and "My Hero by Os car Straus. The question: "How to establish and administer a health program inVyour school?" was 'the subject of a panel discussion. Mr. Thurston Husley of Washington •• School acted as chairman, and panel members were Mrs. O. H. Bristow of Guernsey School, Mrs. Elmer 'Brown, Mrs. Frank Mason arid Mr, James H. Jones of the Hope schools. Guest at the meeting was Miss Georgia Langley, a Henderson State Teachers College practice teacher at Brookwood School. Notice The American Legion Auxiliary meeting scheduled for Monday, March 15, has been .postponed. Coming and Going Div and Mrs. Herbert Rogers have been called to Quitman, Georgia, because of the illness of an uncle. • NEWS • CARTOON, "CARNIVAL COVERAGE" e NOVELTY, "UNCOMMON SENSE" FRI. & SAT. ...LOVE PRIZE OF A DARING SAILOR OF FORTUNE! Yvonne DE CARiO Rock HUDSON PLUS — HADOWS OF. TOMBSTONE STARTS SUNDAY * Births in Hempstead County for the past month ending February 20; . White Hempstead County Bryon & Margaret Thompson Hope, girl, Laura Rebecca. J. T. & Mae Bradford Mope girl Dortha Jean. A. D. & Hazel Glass Hope girl Penny Lane. Harrell && Farrell Burns, Patmos girl Sherry Lynn. William & Ruth Moten McNab girl Janice Gail. Fred & Anne Mauldin Hope, rural boy Floyd Terry Jewell & Mary Watterson Hope, boy Dennis Randall. Kenneth & Btonnie Lafferty, Hope boy Michael Dwight, Denton & Wanda Bush, Hope girl Marylin Opal. Oscar & Dolly Cook Texarkana, girl, Gloria Bell. Maxwell & Lyn Dean Morman, Rosston boy, Gary Lynn. Frederick &-Georgia Smith Hope girl Pamela Jane. Earl & Nancy Adams, Washington, boy Carroll Wayne. Hoyet & Wanda Ellis, Hope, Rural boy Ronald Lindol. D. L. & Alice Arnold, Hope- Rural boy Robert Clifton. Minor & Margaret Polk, Hope girl, Toni Lynn. Clyde .& Eunice Chamberlain, Nash, Texas, boy, Ray C. Tillian & Bertha Stout, Washington Rural, boy, Ronald Leslie. Reed & Dorothy Hill, Blevins, girl Dorloras Denell. Non-White Therman & Eddie Lendsey, Hope boy Therman. Garland & Dover Epps, boy, Prenice. Ruel & Ophelia Williams, Hope Rural girl Virginia Kaye. Elijah & Irene Eastor Hope Rural, girl, Linda Fay. Jessie & Lula McGill, Hope Rural, girl, Joyce Ann. Willie & Dorothy- Gamble, Hope rural boy, Donald Wayne. Arc & Sallie Turner, Hope, boy Hosie Lee. .••••• Willie & Manda Battee Hope boy girl Joyce Marie. Edd Margaret Jones, ope, girl Sarah Nell. , . Mervin & Mae Smith, Hope, girl Fannie Mae. West & Wander Williams, Washington, girl. Patricia. Robert Florence McClure, Hope Rural, girl, Eva Mae . Henry & Rosie Walker, Ozan, girl, Marion. Cardwill & Lee Williamson, Ena- met Rural girl, Norma Jane. Nathaine & Ruthie Green, Mineral Springs Rural girl Dieand. James & Sarah Davis, Rural boy Donnie Ray. Argusta,& Velma Maxwell, 'Hope Rural, boy, Argusta, Jr. Ill Puerto Ricans Are Subpoenaed NEW YORK iff)— Subpoenae"! were served ( on 111 Puerto Ricans here and in Chicago yesterday In a sudden move connected with the Shooting of five congressmen ii Washington last week. The swift drive was the largesl peacetime . serving of federal wii nesses in connection with a single conspiracy. Mrs. •• Rosa Collazo, wife of a would-be assassin of former Pres ident Harry S. Truman, was among the 91 persons subpoenaeri here. Her husband is nosv serving a life sentence. ;.' All four persons arrested in the Washington shootings admll ted membership in the fanatic Nationalist Party of Puerto Rico IN NEW POST-John M. Cabot has been nominated as U. S. ambassador to Sweden. ;A veteran of 27 years in government service, Cabot leaves his job as assistant secretary of state- for inter-American faffairs to assume the.new post. Reports Steps forperftencmt Polio Vaccine DETROIT «1 — Dv. Albert 6. Sabin, Cincinnati virus expert, today reported big steps toward a new kind of polio vaccine which might give lifelong protection. H-2 announced finding "tame" living polio viruses which have these been used successfully in vaccine tests on monkeys. Although still alive, ruses are harmless regular polio virus, and don't cause sickness. Because they are alive, they presumably would be far more powerful in creating protective antibodies than killed viruses, such as used in the Salk vaccine. The antibodies created by Jiving virus could last for years even perhaps a lifetime. Much more work needs t o be done on this typo of vaocine, Dr. Sabin, of the University of Cincinnati Medical College, told the Michigan Foundation for Medical and Health Education. He expressed opinion here are still some unanswered technical, questions about the vaccine developed by Dr. Jonas E. Salk of Pittsburgh. A main question is how effective killed viruses are in creating antibodies and how long such antibodies last, he said. Delayed by Suicide FAIRBANKS, Alaska (ttP) — U. S. District Attorney Tort Stevens gaid today nil evidence in the murder case of Wealthy auto d':al- or Cecil Wells should be revived j submitted" recently" "by "sta"te" ftep." Tod I Rood Is Author!: LITTLE ROCK The Arkansas Highway ion todfly authorized 'a possible construction of toll foatt twcen Little Rock and West phis. The study would east between $15,000 and $40,000 to tnake. The survey was requested by a state legislative council resolution SefitlrJi otticM; l aW m. fart?anyM;* lf lo?«if ^ trie cafrtiiVfed " IJ CJ£n. ? I., taken without rellsWW^ guards and tho trial of Negro jnfcz drummer Johnny Warren be postponed. I Stevens sakl the "unfortunate jjilnd tragic" suicide Tuesday of 'cousins" O fl blontle Eiahe Wells, originally accused along with Warren of thv nurder. made the postponement of Warren's trial necessary. Stevens said the postponement, vhich he requested yesterday, was Manned even before Mrs. Wells ook her 6\vA M Iife in Hollywood, California, with an overdose of sleeping pills. Authorities in Fairbanks said the postponement was based on "new developments"- resulting f rom the work of two Seattle investigators., Meanwhile, in Hollywood laboratory reports were being prepared . to obtain additional information for TRANSPORT CHIEF-Maj.- Gen. Paul F. Yount, 45,. is the •new Army Chief of Transportation. In his,new job, he will control all military land transportation, with jurisdiction over the Army!s five continental ports of ^embarkation. Mr, and Mrs. Lloyd Kinard and their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Erickson of Tulsa, spent wed'nes*- day in Hot Springs. 19Ghicago Prisoners Riot 7 Hours CHICAGO UP) —Ninetee n prisoners in Cook County's overcrowded jail rioted for more than seven hours yesterday before they' sur- reriderpd. after ,a barrage . of tear gas .shells and: Streams of water from- high-pressure fire hoses. The disheveled prisoners, soaking, shivering and gasping, stumbled out of a cell-block layroom on the jail's third floor after, a final hour of defiance late, last night. '•'" ' ' . ' Three of the 19 suffered injuries in the stormy battle"-the;- inmates had waged with guards, police and firemen. Four guards also wore iniured, none seriously. The starting of a jail . braek was blamed by Sheriff John E. Babb for touching off the siege by the prisoners. All were confined .to the maximum security section of the jail and were considered dangerous. The ringleaders were described by officials as a condemned murderer and a .bank robber. Babb, who was over come by tear gas fumes in leading tho assault against the wrisoners, had steadfastly refused to bar'gain with the rioters. . "They will get a diet of tear, gas — no food," he said, Another jail official said overcrowding of the jail,' which houses nearly 2,000 inmates, contributed to the riot. The jail was built to accommodate 1,305 prisoners. More than 52 tear gas shells wfire fired into the day room, which measures 30 by 100 feet. Firemen poured water in through broken windows and through ports inside the building. ' Chief Patrick Tuo'hy of the sheriff's . police finally yelled to the rioters: "All right, any of you that want to come out, walk out backward one at a time." Tuohy said after a long pause ne of the prisoners shouted: "All right, we give up. We're coming out." KCMC Television Friday March 12th 2:00 Test Pattern 2:30 Hodge Podge 2:45 Bob Crosby Show CBS 3:00 Woman With A Past CBS 3:15 The Secret Storm CBS 3:30 On Your Account NBC 4:00 .Happy Home Show 4:30 Hawkins Falls NBC 4:45 To Be Announced 5:00 Cisco Kid 5:30 Western Swing 5:45 The Chimps '6:00 Patterns in Rhythm 6:30 Edwards & News CBS 6:45 News 6:50 Sports 6:55 Weather 7:00 Bishop Sheen DuMont 7:30 Invitation Playhous 7:45 Old American Barn Dance 8:00 Facts Forum ,8:30 Break the Bank ABC 9:00 My Friend Irma CBS 9:30 Pick A Winner ; 10:00 Newsand Weather Capsule . 10:03 Channel 6 Theatre 11:.05 Sign Off King Henry I ,of England established the length of the yard as the distance from the end of : his nose to the tip of his .thumb. Marion Crank of Little Jflver cduti ty. A University of Arkansas report compiled eailier this year said there was no highway in the Stats that was suited to becomo a toll road facility. that he fished Gen. ChiHa f dispatched mes jungle hidebufc uiher leaders, to arfns. Gold produced in South Dakota in 1952 weighed a total of 18.048 tons arid, it assembled in one place, would occupy 29,931 cubic feet. deepened the mystery surrounding the case. Dr. Victor Ccfalu, autopsy surgeon, said yesterday examination of Mrs. Wells' body disclosed evidence of a recent abortion. HB said it was too eaily to tell if the ast Does that - /, « tell-tale lool? oh ydiir • A Rtent tnftny women SO Jlfe" utte* forty.,. Tfa<tf ' f'ttefrvcs", felactf i>oorly,«i •with, Their cyei and "change" look. , Cunlitl has helped to lone that "ch»ntf6" (1) improve RppetltOi stronKthnnil rc9lBti\hce/i;n ncrVo\iBrte!W-s'wi) Iretten fist trlpii Cardii! help yon fwl'ljeUi*rld<iIc laotti tie your normal, cheerful* (ftltt.r"' CurUllI twtWf- (&tft* "<*«W" aboition was performed by Sonic- tive widow whose sutcid one else or \vas self-induced. ON~FAMOUS DorOtliy \jray SPECIAL DRY-SKIN MIXTURE^ *'"*' S , 1 . . <•; A In plastic jars REGULAR 2 OZ. $2.25 SIZE '.« f* REGULAR 4 OZ. $4.00 SIZE iu can laugh at temperamental weather,-if.you r,ely.o is famous extra-rich, emollient creatrrtcTsmootlHan soothe your skin. Come in, write or, phone^for several,. .. •sj the savings are really' something! "^ "*;,!£ JOWN P. DRUG CO. P Hospital Notes Julia Chester Admitted: Mrs. U. L. Smith Rt 4 Hope, Miss Sue Greathouse Nashville Mrs A. B. Patten Hope. Discharged 1 Mrs. Lemuel Prince Rt. 4 Hope Mrs. A. W. Molver Jr. and daughter Peggy Elaine Hope Mrs. Jesse Brown Hope, Mr. Andres Hope Mr, J, D, Shaw Rt. 3 Hope; Discharged: Michael Dearth Hope Mrs. Cannon Hollis Hope Mrs. Pearl Benson and daughter, Charlotte Jean Hpsston. ^raneh Admitted: Mfi$ I\1U H,ucl?abee, Patmos Ma$tet; Cecil Keeney Te- jjarjcana, Ark. Master Sam Davis Hppe. Admitted; Mrs. Harold Bobo Fufr ton Mr5._ 8, M, Ifazgard Hppe Mrs. Jessiejr, WrigM Pt, & Uope, •at a* We Give Eagle Stamps" WALGREElM XpENCY 1 ^.i.ti. . ' _. __^^>_ *jj\2^** J. 12-ounce spray dispenser can . • • " Choice of 3 floral scents. x Egyptians Seize Woman's Property CAIRO, Egypt I/PI — Egypt's Revolutionary Court has ordered confiscation of the millions Mrs. Zei- ab el Wak'jl Nahas made in graft jiit soared the wife of Wafdist ex- premier Mustaph'a el Nahas from srison bec^ufee she's ailing. The three-man military tribunal found Mrs. Nahas guilty of corruption yesterday after hearing prosecution charges that she salted away nearly three million do!- ars in graft during her husband's two terms as head of King Farank's government, The court ordered her stripped of aU hev property except 10,000 pounds ($28,7QO.). But during the [rial the pifosecqtor told the court Mrs. Nahas, after Favour's ouster, smuggled t$3.00Q pound? ($1,808.' 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