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November 14, 1958

Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 6

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M0M STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Friday, Me»«mW» II, IMJ.'t^ Prescott News •' Hartiby-Stell Engagement told Sift nnd Mis James Kranklin Slctl of Urowton, Ala . announce Ulb engagement nnd approaching JfiSPringe of theii daughter, ttulh tFnHet, to Wells B.Mirs Hamby Jr. of Camdeti. sou of Mr. and Mrs. Wells Byttrs llnmby of Prescolt. (Miss Stt'll is a graduate of Fordyce High .Sc.hodl and iJi-aughoh's School pf Business and is now employed us chief clerk of the Arkansas .Louisiana Gas Co. in JKirdycc. iMr. Hamby is a graduate of the University of Arkansas and Was preside-ill of Kappa Kappa Psi, honorary band fraternity. He is a district scout executive of the Boys Scouts of America. The wedding will be an event of Doc. 21 in the First Baptist Church of Furd.vtv Cub Scout Den 1 Has Meeting The weekly meeting of Cub Scout .Den 1 was held on Monday afternoon in the home of Den Molnor Mrs. Dudley House with Mrs. Bob '.Reynolds assisting. The meeting WHS opened with Hie repealing in unison of the Cub Scout Promise and Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag. Den Chief [Jobby Reynolds was In charge of the practicing of Indian dances. 'Lemonade and cookies were served to Walter Nelson, John Reynolds, Kenny Formby, Gary -Stewart, Handy Grimes, and Bub by Reynolds. Mrs. Chadwick WMU Circle 1 Hostess Mrs. R. L. Chadwick w.is hostess Ho WMU Circle 1 of the Firs! Baptist Church at her home on Monday afternoon. There wore 15 present. •Mrs. H. W. Butler, chairman, opened the meeting and presented Mrs. R. W. Burkett who gave the devotional on the 01st Psalm on "Encouragement." Miss Lillic Butcher led in prayer. Mrs. Harrcll Hincs taught the second and third chapter of the study book "Into A New World " Giving talks were :Mrs. Wilburn Willis, Mrs. Lester Steed, Mrs. Watson White Jr. and Mrs. J. T. McRnc The hostess served a salad course and col fee after which Mis. iWillis. Closed the meeting with prayer. 'Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wren had (is-their weekend guests, M'r. and Mrs, Fred Wren and children of North Little Rock. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Biwie Ha vine Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Louis Simpson of Ki Dorndo ahd Mr nnd Mrs. Ralph Mayhie of Magnolia who wort/-, accompanied home by tht-lr sohss joe and dlcnrl who hnd been visiting theii- parents. Mr. and .Mrs. Arthur CallmVay of Houston. Texas, have bean thiJ gui'sts of Mr. and 'Mrs. Fred Galloway Mrs S. B. Scott is the guest of her son. LI, Col. S. B. Sc'olt jr. and family in Leesville, Lai 1 Mr. and Mrs. Carroll CalhoUtt have returned to 'Los AhgcldS, Calif, after a visit with hcf par* ents. M'r. «ncl -Mrs. Fred White. Mrs. Rny Viek, Kay and VtCkl of Lillle Hock were the weekend guests of her parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Pye. Weekend 'guests in the home of Mrs. Mildred Dawson and iMrs. Fannie N'ewth were Mrs. Howard Lusby and Carol Jane of Little Rock. Mrs. Wilburn Willis, Glenn and Gail spent the weekend In Shrove- port with her mother, IMrs. H. O. Barber Mr. and Mrs. Joffrc Rogers and children of Warren were the week end guests of Mrs. Ida Martin and Miss Sue Martin. Friends of Cuss M'cCaskill will be happy to know his condition is reported satisfactory following surgery at St. Michael's- Hospital in Tcxnrkana Monday. ., Ktrosenc Pumcs Blomtd for D*«rh Affe. ffotti kerosftne which she hnd smeared ort hef face 10 hoUfs earlier killed f-motilh-ol-J Char- lolc Ann Alleh, datifthlcf of Mr. and Mf-s. Charles Allen of Lake City. Ark , last night. the child died nl IhSfl p.m. yesterday at Commuhlly Methodist Jtospilal nl faragould. Mrs. Alleh said she Was sewing when she heard a can fall in ah adjoining room where the baby was in Us walker. She rushed ifi and found the baby unconscious in the stroller, She said apparent* 1y the child had picked up a coffee Can partially filled with kerosene nhd rubbed or spilled It on her face. The cnn apparently fell when Ihe child stumped into unconsciousness. At the hospital, the child's stomnch was pumped but no It-ness of kerosene was found. This indicated the child had not swallowed the fuel but had bce.l overcome by Its fumes Al DC Seeks to Aid Harbor Development LITTLE ROCK (AP)—The Arkansas Industrial .Development Commission is seeking ^icw'legisla- tion to help Arkansas'communities develop post and harbor facilities on navigable streams. William P. Hock, executive director of the AIDC, said yesterday he asked Ally. Gen. Bruce Bennett .for a rundown ron existing' laws in the field.;, Bennett reviewed some of the current laws. He , suggested Hint Ihc Bureau of Legislative Research of the University of Arkansas be asked to work with legislators in drawing up" new laws. DINETTE 7 PC. DINETTE SUITE Large Table and 6 Chairs ASSORTED COLORS NOTHING DOWN ONLY $8 Month Nov. 14 and If Space Rescue Ships Not Too Far-fetched By. ALTON BLAKESLEE .... Associated Press Science Writer SAN ' ANTONIO, TcX. (APt — Your space ship is off course and out oC control. In 16 hours, it will collide with an automatic weather station satellite circling the earth. Your own steering rockets Won't work. But you know you aru on a collision course. What to do? You arc about ready to take off after a visit to the moon. But you haven't cnoufih fuel. Or an unlucky hife by a meteor has ripped away part of your space ship. Most ol your food supply was lost.-What to do? Space rescue, ships are the answer, responding to your SOS. Or racing- out on their own. when they detect that something roust 'be wrong. Space scientists already are considering how to set up mercy mission satellites and ships. And how to solve intricate problems of making a rendezvous in space. Kcscue satellites circling floss to the earth could be one solution, says Norman V. Peterson of I.-ock- hod Aircraft Corp.. Sunnyvale', Calif. They could be big enough to sand out) emergency;''space repair trucks or mercy 'ambulances. Or they could be' designed so (hey could slo,w Op or speed up or swoosh up to a• higher'orbit to intercept and rescue people on a satellite or space, ship in distress . Polersea describee^ ;,the _. problem and proposed solutions .to'day to a space symposium sponsored by the Air-Force School.-of Aviation Medicine and arranged by South west Research Institute. Space rescues WoiUdsbc far from simple. . ' , , '• A rescue •satellite \ headquarters would need excellent methods of communications , to hear an SOS or detect trouble, and maths- irjarical computers' to figure how to maneuver to the scene to overtake or reach a space vehicle in trouble, ' /*'," , Other rescue satellites, might circle far above, the earth/o aid interplanetary, travelers, Pete'rscn said, Some rescue.,shiPS -might be controlled • or launched , from tho ground. < . t '»<., .. Peterson alsp proposed a kind ot .siitteljte,'service;.station to go repair or retrieve' damaged space stations,"- suqn -.us automatic weather watchers or,' astronomical observatories, Accidents will undoubtedly oc cur in all phases of space opera tions, said Col, Paul Campbell of the School of Aviation Medicin>| In the vast sea" of- space, rescue operations will be -harder than they were in the isolated continent of • Antarctica >,before airplanes wore (lying ii) there with lots of other necessary support, he said Navigating rescue missions in space.will call for almost a new science in UseU,-he added. Also tpugh is thp prpbjem • of transferring people from a disabled ship to another iw $v vacuum of space, , *,. , ,"/. <, Winslow Boy Proves Gooa Entertainment Sy CHAhLES MERCER | NEW YORK (APi — A strong d f ft fh a of affirmative value,. played movingly by ah outstanding cnst, cnmc to television Thursday flight when DuPofit Show of the Motith presented "the Wins.- 1 low Boy" on CBS-TV. | 11* WHS superlative entertain ment. ,B5sed on an actual episode that led to a famous trial in England ] SO years ago, the television drama | adapted from Terence Rattiga.Vs, piny developed timeless themes uf honor, faith and lovo. i Fredric March, as a father wh'> believed in the innocence of a son accused of theft, gnve olio of llv most memorable performani-ps seen on the home screen in many months. As his wife, who viewi-d the situation pragmatically rntlnT than idcalislically, Florence Ll- dridge was superb. j Young Hex Thompson portraytd . With feeling and perception in the role of the son bounced from tne Jioyal Naval College after bcii.^ wrongfully accused of forging hi-. name to a five shilling postal ur- ] dor, ' Siobhan McKena brought wonderful dimension to the role of the sister whose life was frustrated l;y, the father's determination to see I his son vindicated. Noel William's' portrait of the attorney win brought the youth's trial to a victorious conclusion was excellent. | Sum tier Locke EHioU wrote a fine adaptation for Ihe David Suskind production which was directed by Alex Segal. "Let right be done" was the sentiment that motivated the- Winslows in their quest for justice. Certainly right was done to television viewers', in possih'y Ihe 1 best drama of the season thus i'ar Best yet of the test sellers! Net MiiM, New Models, New MoReySivini Hmrl fafce frutki that have §fi5*« fhemselve* fa be the falgges) savefs sad b/ggesf tellers. 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Extra-cost option, Series 31 and 32, New brakes in lightweight, omr huskier clutches, new rear axle durability in bigger Chevies! , Heart 1 Operation Fails on Child BETHESDA, Md. (AP) — A seven-year-old Arkansas ..girl die'i { at a local hospital last night after an operation performed to repair, j a heart condition. She was Anne McClain, daugh- \ ter of Mr. and Mrs 'Jimmy Me- | Clain, Baux'ite, Ark. -- | The body will be returned f.o | Bauxite. See your local authorized Chevrolet dealer Young Chevrolet Company 301 East Second St. HOPE, ARK. _ , Phone 7-2355 Briefs Ordered in Gorlond Sheriff Suit HOT SPBlW&'-Arh., (AP) ~ Attorneys hav^'-s wvcff'm which to submit' briefs apcj additional ' seurl flglit t-PB County sherifl. v. '>'? Wilson se 9 H? i <VfcS8\t»l a.rj ?f fort , to : unseat . 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