Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 31, 1974 · Page 5
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 5

Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 31, 1974
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Thursday, •!•.?.: ; 1974 HOPE (AKK.) STAR Medical training in Arkansas is ranked with best, says Dean Dr. Thomas A. Bruce, Dean of Arkansas School of Medicine, was Tuesday's Kiwahis Club speaker as they met at Town and Country Restaurant. F.'C. Crow introduced the speaker. The School of Medicine and the Arkansas Medical Center have something of a threefold purpose, the first bf which is doctor production, to provide men skilled in the art of healing. Next is to determine what medical problems exist and what to do about those problems. This is medical research. Then it is to provide a place where one may find the most sophisticated medical equipment in exist an ce. The Arkansas Medical School is one of the great medical schools of this area of the United States. People in metropolitan centers of the South know about Arkansas medical school graduates and interns. The teaching aim of the school is to train its students in the art of taking care of the patient. "This is not so in some schools," said Dr. Bruce. Some three or four years ago, due to a pressing need, the Department of Family Medical Practice was established in Arkansas, and area health education centers were established—satelite schools, so to speak—to encourage interest in small town medicine, and improving the quality of medical education in general practice. "There's no, doubt that too many specialist are being produced, and this is good up to a point," said Dr. Bruce. "Our newest concept is that family practice is a specialty." Guests at Tuesday's meeting were R.L. Wylie, Dr. George Wright, Dr. Lowell Harris, and Key Clubbers, Larry Butler and Mike Butler. ROADS GET TREADS LONDON (AP) — A new accident-saving road service, with a tread pattern like an auto tire, has been developed in Britain. The design should stop skidding and cut spray hazards on wet roads. Scientists at?' 'Birmingham University spent seven years evolving the new surface, which cannot become polished or slippery. • They have used a harsh texture for the surface, which is made with two aggregates that wear at different rates, thus maintaining the tread pattern. They claim that road and tire noise also will be reduced. Triple vote in U.N. kills proposal to oust S. Africa FIGHT INFLATION WITH THIil ISU LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF HEMPSTEAD COUNTY, ARKANSAS SHIRLEY G. HULSE, ORIN L. GIBSON, NELL W. GIBSON AND GILES A. GIBSON, PLAINTIFFS, VS. JOHN M^ MOORE,. K.E. JENNINGS, WILL ELLIOTT, AND CHARLES NILES GROSEVERNOR, III, DEFENDANTS NOTICE NO. E-74-212 NOTICE is hereby given that there has been filed in the Office of the Clerk of the Chancery Court of Hempstead County, Arkansas, a Petition to Quiet Title in Giles A. Gibson to the following described lands in Hempstead County, Arkansas: The Southwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter (SWV< SWV<) of Section 31, Township 14 South, Range 23 West;. Any and all persons claiming said lands, or any interest therein, including the above named Defendant, Charles Niles Grosevernor, HI, or his heirs, successors or assigns, are hereby notified and warned to appear in said Court on toe 6th day of November, 1974, at 9:00 o'clock A.M. and show cause why the title to said lands should not be confirmed in Giles A. Gibson. WITNESS my hand and seal as Clerk of the Chancery Court on this the 30th day of September, 1974. Leona Cole CHANCERY CLERK By Kathy Voss, D.C. Oct. 24, 31; Nov. 7, 14; 1974 —Henry Hayiies photo with Star camera Dr. Bruce is guest speaker UNITED NATIONS. N.Y. (AP) — South Africa is keeping its membership in the United Nations as the result of a triple veto by the United States, Britain and France. But even its saviors demanded that the white South African government change its racial policies. The Security Council voted 30 to 3 Wednesday in favor of throwing South Africa out of the United Nations. The resolution was defeated only because the three Western powers who voted against it are permanent council members, and their negative votes count as vetoes. Costa Rica and Austria abstained on the vote. It was the first vote on the specific question of expelling a. member country in the 29-year history of the world organization and the first triple veto. The Council president for October, Michel Njine of Cameroon, said South Africa "remains a member of this organization only because of the veto power." The General Assembly for the past several years has rejected the credentials of South Africa's delegation, but it cannot expel a member without a recommendation from the Security Council. On Sept. 30, the assembly voted 9fl to 23 to reject the credentials and took the additional step — by a vote of 125 to 1 — of asking the Security Council to take up South Africa's future in the world organization. Speeches during the assembly and council debates made clear that the South African govern* ment will be under all kinds of pressure to get it to change its policies. U.S. Ambassador John A. Scali said the South African policy of. racial segregation, known as apartheid, is evil and ugly. He called on the ruling white minority to end it and create a society of equality. 4 men on trial for bookmaking LITTLE ROCK (AP) — Four men went on trial Wednesday in U.S. District Court on charges that they operated an illegal bookmaking business during the last racing season at Oaklawn Park at Hot Springs. Such operations violate the federal Organized Crime Control Act. On trial are Maurice Carl Kersh of Dermott and William Melvin McCloy, Jobe Hyde Stuart and Donald Lee Butler, all of McGehee. Witnesses from the Dermott and McGehee area testified that they had placed bets on horses by telephoning Kersh at his bait store at Dermott and by dropping bets by his store personally. Witnesses also testified that they had dropped bets into a cigar box at a McGehee pool hall owned by Stuart and Butler and had personally given bets to McCloy. BARGAINS QUALITY FIRST.. ALWAYS COX'S DRUG COMPANY 100 EXTRA TOP VALUE STAMPS WITH ANY PURCHASE WITH »7 M OR MORE LIMIT! COX DRUG CO I BLUE STAR OINTMENT 20ZREG. $ 2°° $149 "W ' Private Club Members now enjoylegalbeer and liquor Why deny working people the same right and privilege? 10 CAPSULES CONTAC 89 e METAMUCIL T40Z REG.*3" $2 19 WALGREEN MILK OF MAGNESIA 16 OZ (PINT) YOUR VOTE IS SECRET VOTE YOUR HONEST CONVICTIONS! VASELINE INTENSIVE CARE LOTION 60Z 39 MYLANTA Here's WHEN and HOW YOU Can "Join the Club! REG-*2 07 120Z OR 100 TABLETS 93.7% of Americans enjoy the convenience of legal control. VICKS NYQUIL 60Z REG-M 79 SUPER MAX Let's legalize and control the sale of alcoholic beverages in Hempstead County! 650 WATTS FOR HAIR DRYING BY GILLETTE Vote FOR Legal Sale on Nov. 5 Progressive Committee FOR Legal Control of Alcoholic Beverages Co-Chairmen: Jerry Winer and Will Rutherford This Ad Paid For By Citizens of Hempstead County. PREPARATION ioz

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