Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 1, 1958 · Page 2
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December 1, 1958

Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 2

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Pa§§ MOPE STAR, HOfE, ARKANSAS Manday, 1, 19S8 ] ATOMIC PORTHOLE—A technician peers'through n thick, radUitioti'-proof "pot-thole," which will provide creW members of atomic-powered submarines a sale view into nuclear reactor compartments. Built with gloss up to live feet thick, the portholes arc made by Corniiij; Glass Works, Corning, N.Y. HEFTY HELICOPTER—Showing off its lifting capacity, one McDonnell Model 120 helicopter lifts another in a demonstration flight. 11 is powered by three gas turbine compressors. Compressed air is ducted to jets at the blade tips where fuel ,is injeoted and burned, This system eliminates power shaft, gepr box, clutch and tn.il,.rotor. The 'copter has an empty weight of 2,400 pounds ana maximum take-oil' weight of 0,300 pounds. Photo courtesy of Aviation Week, rescott News Mrs, Yarbrough Entertains -, . '47 Bridge Club Wednesday Members of the '-17 Bridge Club were entertained -\vith a des>crt- budge b.v Mrs. Bob Yarbrough nl her home on Wednesday. Tlie party rooms were festive with tu-ran- peniems of chrysanthemums. Sniali 'potte-ry vases filled, with chrysanthemums centered the tables for thp dessert course. The high score prize was won by Mrs, Earl QSipplor. Other mernlbers included'Mrs. Notice NOTICE IN THE PRQBATE COURT OF HEMPSTEAP COUNTY, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE F.STATE OF WIU/IAM If. WJNN.-depeased Last Kno\v» address ot decedent! 5103- Braebum .Pi'ive, Bellaiye, Texes Date of,death: .Apri) 1, 1958 An'instrument dated ^June "30, J056, wes on {Jje J8t!) day of November, 1958, a4mttt^cl to probate ns the last wP of the above named decedent, and the undersigned hps been 'appointed executor there- under,, A contest of the probate pf the will esn be e/fected only by Cijing 3 petitlorj \vjt)»m the ~time provided ^by lasy, " ' All persons having claims against the estate must exhibit them, duly verified, to the \tndersigned within six months from the date of the fim publication of this notice, or ~ |h<?y shall be fpreyer barred nn^i precluded frpij-} aijy bepefjt Jin th'^ estate. Tbi* notice fjrgt pviblished 2-lUi day of rjovember, }958. > CHAR^jSS NORTQN' , Pxecutor • -i'JP. O. pox 71, ' Corpus ChrJstJ, Texas J, B, Franks, Mrs. Bill Oates, Mrs. 0. W. Watkins and Mrs. Vernon Buchanan. Guests were 'Mrs. WL. Isom, Mis. Russell Moberg and Mrs. Dallas Atkins. Mrs. FranK Haltom Jr., Mrs. Edward Bryson and iM'rs. Sid Purtle were dessert guests, Skeptical of Soviet Plane Report WASfttNClTON (APi ~ S»cre> lory Ol tonfense McElroy said today that he is highly skeptical of a report that the Russians nre losi-flyifle DIP world's first nuclear powered a Ire r? ft flic Magnzine Aviation Week published the report Sunday, saying a Kussimi atomic plane was completed six months ngo and thai it lias been flying in the Moscow area for at least two months. McElroy said it the magazine's report is true "it would be a sur« prise to us." The defense boss roncr>ed in talking to reporters Dint tho Soviet Union might have n "slight load" over the United States in the ultimate development of a nuclear aircraft. But, he said, there is no plan to change the aircraft program because of it, A turbo-jet engine, designed hv the General Electric Co. at iSvali- dale, Ohio, was powered by heat from a nuclear reactoi for thu first time by the United Stales in ilanuary, 1950. That engine has been improved considerably an:] tested Several limes since then. Twn American firms. Convair and Lockheed, have been working oil suitable designs for r.n atomic airplane for several years. A cle cislon Is expected, possibly before the end of this year, as to which design will be adopted. Aviation Week said the Russian test flights of a nuclear plan" have been seen by observers from 'both Communist and nnn- Communist countries. Won't Attend Ftmsrol of His Parents KANSAS CITY. Kan (API — .Husky Lov.-fll l,r'f Andrews Said ''winy ho will not attend tJinOful 'scivirr^ foi his j nrrntt and Sistfi i whom hi 1 shot lo death ih n I burglary-disguised pint to inherit i the iamny farm nnd 'bank accoUn' | Andrews, a University of Kan c as sophnnmrc. is b"ing held Oh a charge of first degree murder. He calmly admitted Saturday ho killed liis father. W. L. Andrews f)0; liis mother. Opal. 'II: and In • sister. .Icnnie Marie. 20, as tlu-.v watchi'd tclpvision Friday night in the living mom of thnir home in suburban Wolcolt. The O-fodt-2, 200 pound student told officers his motive was to in herit the 250 acre farm and an $1.800 savings account. Authorities planned to resume a search for the rifle nnrl pistol tin J 18-year-old said he used in the kill- lings. Young Andrews said h • ' threw them in the Kuw River, ne-ir i Lawrence, site of the university i but skin divers were unable to find them Saturday. Officers'"said the weapons may be sunk in''-,rmid. The bespectacled youth said he had used up funds his fathoi;, gaw him to cover his college expanses and needed money investigating officers were' not Impressed by the faked ,bui-glar.v They arrested him. The 'ydUtliN CORN TREE—Can that be corn hanging from the brandies of ihfi tree in Italy'' 1 Yes it's a centuries-old practice .of farm- ei s in central Italy—a practical as well as picturesque method of drying grain, v. .innislor, the Hev. V. C., Damcron, p-istor of the Grr.dvicw Baptist church, talked with him - in-.his jail cell and within three''hours Ings. American Buys Texas Loop Clubs First Huibertdef the Duehess Dies (AP) — The Ameiiesn Assn. today purchased the Houston. Dallas and Foi*t , Worth franchises from the Texas League ahd officially becahif a 10- leam circuit. The announcement was rnado jointly by presidents Edward Ooherty of the Ameiican Assrt. and Dick Butler of the Texas League after separate league meetings. The deal was contingent Upon the Texas League gelling eight suitable major league Working agreements. This had been prbm» Ised by baseball coordinator Bill tJeWitt, who originated the re* alignment program. I)eWitt announced he Would meet With Commissioner Ford Frick ittiniectlatoiy after today's draft sessions to make the agree* merits find. Doherty saict Fort Wo'rih, Ball and Houston will meet ag rncnv bcl's of the American Assh.. later to help formulate a playing schcd' Ule for the 19S9 season. young Andrews admitted the kill- odisl. Largest'of American Protestant Church denominations' is Meth- Dulles Ready for Meet in Paris WASHINGTON CAP)—Secretary of '.Stole Dulles toddy Was. report* ed ready to met with the -British, French and West German-foreign ministers in ',Paris, In two '.weeks 'to discuss'.the West'Berlin cris'K Informed .officials , sold - 'Dulles (((AP>— Ernest Sim son, who lost h's wh"r> to Kin^rl Ward Vtlt, died Sunday afSf- lohg illness. He was 62. J| Sifnpsoii was the second lun* band of Wallis Watfiyld, fhl duchess of Windsor, who divorced! him in 193 1 ? ahd then maniec! Ed? ward V11I after he abt!icaio4. J A successful snd wealthy s^iin^ ping broker, Simpson had rtiffe.;va fl'Orti a throat ailment for mnrS than a year and had been^o-8 pltalteed two weeks ay Mil fourth Wife was with turn wherr he died. | . Simpson and the duchess had remained friends after their' dl« <. orce. felt the talks could be held eithet] before or during the scheduled 13* rtation Noith Atlantic Pact Connf cil, duo to meet for three Ma: starting Dec. 1(3. ^ An interesting place to visit is Shakertown, Ky.. which wasj founded by the "Shakers" oiv as; they were first know, the United Society of Believers. Aliens, other than liplomats miist report each change o| dress- lo the U. S. Departmtf Justice, . Mr. and (Mrs, R, 'P. Hantby re"turned Wednesday from several "dint's st.iy 411 St. iLoyis. Mr. and Mrs, Bob Yarbrough and "Mrs. J, S. Crane have had as their guosjs, Mrs, John Green ;wd Mrs, Fulton 'AmniPtte of Own, Collections of Sale Tax Show Increase LITTLE ROCK (AP)—Sales fax- collections rose and the gasolinn lax lake slumped during November, Revenue Commissioner J. Orville Cheney reported today. Cheney said he was pleased by the increase and not downhearted about the gasoline tax drop. The month's sales tax revenue collections .amounted to S4,241,342 compared to $3,999,058 a year ago. Gasoline taxes for November totaled $2,857,084 compared to $3,097.379 in November, 1957. Cheney said he considered the sales tax a business barometer "The collections definitely show we are bouncing back from thp recession," he said. He attributed the gasoline t a x decrease to a storage factor. Standard Oil Co. put 6'. million gallons in storage at Little Sock and El Dorado and paid tax on it some time ago. That is reflected in the fact thjt gasoline tax collections are up by .$(>22,801 for the first' five months .of .the fiscal year," Cheney said, "When the gasoline is taken out of itoiago and is replaced then the gasoline tax probably will go up." lie said Ijp expected this increase next month. Cheney said individual income tax payments were up but corpo* ration payments wen 1 down Both general and special revenue collections were up about i',i million dollars for the period of July-Novfimbpr. The slnto collpc*.- $5U,5G3,72G during thp.se fwo months compared lo $55,008.943 in 1957. Total general and special revenues for the past November total' eel ,$11,733 cjpm.pn.red to $11 o32,G,,3 in the sannp month last year. JVIrs, C, G. Nelson returned to .her home in Foyotteville Wednesday after a viul -witli Mr. nn,d IVJrs, J, A, Colo jwd their guost, Miss Snra-McGiU,erf Washington, P, C. jyfr. find Mrs. Thomas Dewoody, Sharon and iji5renda of Gurdon %s r ere the Thanksgiving Day dln/ier guests of Mr, and (Rfrs. Coy De\voody. , !&ar, and" !4rs. Hejibej-t pnwson Jr. of JMtUo l^opk spent Thursday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs, A- 5? ,'McQuire nnd Mrs, Mildrpd Pnwson. . ' Jktr. and.'Mrs. JS. N. RoJton Sr. had. as .their holiday 'guests, Mr, and Mrs, Arthur iBolton. and daugh' tor of }-Jougton. Dr. and (Mrs, O. G, 'Jijrst haye returned fj-om Dpllas yheru 'they iv^rjs -the go'esU of Mrs. Matt Wilt. 9'hey ^vpre the yhuysday dinner guests of iM>. an4 Mj-s. Ralph Blackman Named AP Bureau Chief NEW YORK CAP — Samuel O Plankmnn 54, ohi°f of thp NPW Yojk burnnu o( T.he Assnpiatod Press, was namp.rt general ne\"« editor of the AP today. The nppciintmenf Wfls nnnounep-j hv General Manager F''«nk J Star7fi.]. Blnekman succeeds Paul R. Mickelson, 59, who died 10 days Blfifkman. a native of Pr»-t jpr- vis, U. Y.j hfis been with the AP since J931. Purjne his career, Blackman i has coyej-od some oC the higaest news stones of thp Urn c . H<» was! pnse from the night of the abdue- i tl9U unti) Uie execution of Bruno ered (ho M,orro Castle five and the prqsbes of the airships Aor<;u SAVE MORE AT SAFEWAY Royal Satin All Vegetable Luf ky t-eaf Apple Jyice, Ground Fiesh Daily at Sqfev/QV LB, 5LICEP BACON 2 A Swifts Oriole Thl«|v £lj Tins Fre^h Connecl 303 Campbell? Qwfllity 1Q1Q; Tin , Tjn succpssor as Now York bwjvejni chief will be Mr. and iMJrs, J A, Sole had ns their 1»hucs4ay ^iimer meats JtAln- 1MPP4U ot ffsAw 'Bluff, John Rogers 'lyjpfiiU,' sUi4wH &i the y. 4, /Miss Sara, 'JflrGiU of Washington, B. P, flixd Miss Sara Jane j»rjd Mrs, George Pakis Jr. and ilregg -tq ^ittje Rock after a, Yisll, w|Uj )ior mother, ftlrs, ^ty*^^;$^3jjj; ^ 1

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