Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 8, 1958 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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Monday, December 8, 1958
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Pagt H6Pf STAB, HO?!, ARKANSAS SLATED FOR ENGLAND—The ground complex of n Tltor missile .base Is shown above In mock-up tit the Douglas Aircraft plnnt Jn Culver City, Calif. Numbers Identify Hems of equipment necessary to launch the 1,500-mile intermediate rangc'ballislic weapon: (1) Thor on launching-mount; (2) umbilical tower; (3) missile shelter (only partially shown); (4) rocket fuel storage lank; (5) liquid oxygen storage tank; (6) electrical equipment trailer; (7) bunkers; (0) transporter; (9) missile checkout trailer; (10) dfcscl electric generators; (II) dicsct fuel storage tank; (12) power distribution trailer; (13) launch control trailer. Everything- in I ho picture is technically portable, except the heavy concrete bunkers. Four squadrons of Thors arc due to be stationed in England by the beginning of 1950. There is speculation, however, that the 1RBM program may be dc-cmpha.si/.cd in favor of home-based 5,000-niilc intercontinental ballistic missiles. Prescofft News saying the .pledge. Pam and her mother refreshments. Jr. Music Club Has Meeting The Junior 'Music Cltfb met on iTuusday, .Due. 2 with iMiss Pam '•Robertson (it the First Presbyter- tan Church. Each igi'rl had her mother as a giu-st. ^Thc meeting was called to order •joy Miss 'Sum Janet Bryson, presiding for the president who is ill. A welcome address was given I maiiH-cl standing for the collect An announci'tnc'nt u-as jiincle that the nc'xt meeting would ibc held nt the home of Miss June Nelson on Jan. (i. 195!). The program consisted of a piano solo '.Hear Those iLovely Bells.' played by A-Iiss Susan Ward and '.Flower Sony' played by Miss Bryson. Thc program ended with the I Mc-ntbers of ProscoH Fire Dej parlmcnt held their rugi>i:ir mon- I l/hly meeting and luncheon at the ' Davis Cafe Tuesday night. Dec, 2. Linclell Buchanan delivered thc ! invocation. Chief Cunningham called the meeting to order and a business meeting was conducted. It was | Christmas carols were sung after served i which Rev. Black-burn led in pray! er. | Guests were from Hope, Emmet Arkiidelphia and Prcscott. Prnha ftf Vftf is I Police i ?n I Still on Says Publisher the domolislrators tried jp work ori being built tor Thof missiles lltp United States is supplying thp Koyal Air Force. About 50 of them tried" it Saturday but were dfiveh off With fire hoses. LITTLE ROCtf (AP)—A publish-; fa rAffieficah rockets, or. who petitioned a House coM» mittfr to look into the general election defeat of hep. Brooks rlays <D-AHc>, yesterday abpfealed lo congressional leaders to r'efutt! reports that "behihd-scene Ihrtu enres" would block the probes John F. Wells wired Heitsd Speaker Sam RaybUt-H <t3-T"e;0. Hep Wilbur Mills (.ti-Ark), chair* fchairmah of the House commltteS oh campaign expenditures Which would investigate the elecflori, ahd Rep. Ullbur Mills (D-Ark), ehail" man ot the House Ways and MeSHS Committee. General election In which br. Dale Alford defdutul Veteran Brooks Hays as Fifth District congressman," Wells said he did not belioVe th* report was "justified." Raybtirn, Davis and Mills Wer'e hot in Washington yesterday and could hot bo reached fat 1 immediate comment. Alford. a staunch segregationist, conducted a successful writ^irt campaign against Hays, a racial moderate. Wells' challenge of the outcome 1 was based on allesed Voting irregularities, law violations and o "conspiracy" 'by ; certain Demo-, cruts to unseat the regular Demo crat nominee. Alford ran as an ''independent Democrat" and expects to- be seat* eel in thc House as a Democrat. Sen, Humphrey Returns After Moscow Visit WASHINGtofr .API— sen. HU* i « t •» i i U«M Dcl 't Humphrey (ti-Minh) retUfhcd rators tn«] lo hold (od y d the launching puds fcaM -V.. . Bt „ . »,„„„,«, Uic -,,„. SWASfHAM, fentfand (At 5 )— MtlibMp police repelled a second asfcault Sunday by a oaMfist band t>t men and *omen on a secret base belftg built near Swnsfham peaet." _ fc' Arriving earlier today in New Vofk, Humphrey said he hsticves tFrfe western Powers will w>t be ousted from Berlin if a "ufiitr-J- jp'ofiey is maintained and we don't Ipsfe Our tempers." coconuts r/P) — Hawaii's own don't make the grade- said he Sage not believe his Soviet Premier frihila "bodes any ill" foY Mumphtey plans to give the message lo President Eisenhowe? ! at a meetihf? at the While ttousd j Tuesday, Ml don't think \ve haVe aflythihg to fear from the Soviel Union if we remain strong ahd stand firm ifi the crises they develop such as" the one in West Berlin," tttihi at Naliotirtl as ash-trays and other curios in the souvenir shops at Waiki'^ beach'. Healers find it cheaper to Use boconut shells shipped from the Philippines than to buy homegrown ones. Haiti Army Staff It Dismissed PORT AU PfctNCS, Haiti (API —the entire general staff of thr> Haitian army has been dismissed phrcy told newsmen amid ftimors of an officers' plot Airport, to seize the government. Me sak , hg to)1Kktel , s lhE| AmerU President Francois Duvalier ato-ican policy in Wc-sl Berlin now to ** pointed Col. Pierre Merceroh, be a firm one and that he fully Port alt Prince police chief, to bo sitppotts 11. the new chief of slafi, replacing Humphrey, a member ot the MnJ. Gen. Maurice Flambevt, Senate Foreign ftelation.s Commit' No reason was announced for tec, said he had "tohg and e«" the sweeping change, ' tended noles" on his Uight-hotir ' ! meeting at the Kremlin with " - - ( Khrushchev and other Soviet load' cts. He declined to go into any de Save! Christmas „ Gift Offer! f ernor. ReeRiilly Carpcnto.r chairman of Arka'.i:ui Dollars palgn. served ss AikailsEis for Democrats" cam- tails but -said: "1" think PrenlteU 1 Khrushchev wants peace at' this time, Fq'r. his seven-year pimi ho Rosa Louise Arnett Celebrates Birthday ^ , Mr. and (Mrs. Robert ,H. Arno'tl entertained with a party at their home on Tuesday aliternoon for the pleasure of their daughter, Rosa decided" to hold a Christmas party I Loulsp °" 'ie'' li rifth birthday. Carpenter, Finch Form Partnership LITTLE ROCK (AP) — Claude Carpenter Jr., fbrmcr aide to Gov. Orval E. Faubus, and Chief,Asst. Atty. Gen. Hoy Finch announced today they have formed a law practice. Offices of the new firm wit! be at Little Rock. Mrs. P. A. lEscnrrc. The group j proup singing Cliristmjis Cfirols. sang thc Junior Hymn and re-' The meeting closed with the group .Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch—Relieves Pain York, N. Y. <S|>*el>l) — For tllO first time science has found a now henlhiK enbutnnce with the astonish int; ability to shrink lu-mor- rhoid», stop itching, and relievo' pain — without surgery. In cnpo lifter case, while jrently i i-iieving p«in, octunl reduction (elu'inkiiKe) took plaou. , , ilost i)r,t{z\ni;o[ (ill—results were, so thorough Ui»t lUlTerers nuule-. Bstonishinp Btntomcnta like "Pilei 'have coasoil to bo a problem!" The secret is n ncvv'healine sub- •stanc'c (Uio-Dyne*)— discovery of a world-faniiiiifi' research institute, This subbtnpcc is now availnbtu Ip, m<i>j)otiitori/ or ointment form under the name /'re;»ira(ion 11,' At your druggist, Money bnuk ;it the Davis Cal'e. Tuesday, Dec. 10 at 7:-IO p.m. The wives of the mcmibers will ibc honored guest Secretary Garrett reported four grass fires during November and two residence .fires. Very little damage wns dune by the grass fires and the residence of Jimmy Dundee was brought under control before any damage was clone. The Essie Hawkins home was damaged about 50 per cent before be- iiiH brought under control, Games were played with prizes I Finch will leave the attorney being won by Johnny Coe Jnnd 'Elaine White. ,a After Louise opened her -gilts the guests were invited into : 'jthe dining room where 'they encircled the table centered with a beautiful white birthday cake decorated in pink and 'blue and topped syithga doll and sang Happy Birthday.|Ice cream was served with whitei'an- divictual cakes lopped with' •blue flags for the boys and pink-ilfigs for the girls Favors were ball(ipns District Nurses Have Dinner | bubble gum and tootsie rollslt^* Guests included Sandra Tramel Vicki Henry, Angela Payne, : 'Hlaine White. Gail Willis, Deborah Hocjges The (Lawson Hotel was the scene for a Christmas party and dinner on Tuesday evening iyiven by the Prescott District Nurses. The m-| Jn . vcc Manzella, Steve vocation was given 'by Miss Mary I Johnny Coe. 'Mrs. Arnett was.4as- Poole I sisted by Mrs. J. >L, Coe an^Mrs. . U. S. OlT. 'M'iss Fay T-pomis, district president, introduced Rev Sclclon Blaek- 'burn who told the Christmas Story. Myrtle Hayes. Practical Nurses- The annual covered dish supper and Christmas iparty of the; iPres- eott Practical Nurses 'Association was held on Tuesday night at the Leaion 'Hut, which was ifesitive with holiday decorations. The fireplace mantel was .banked with nanclina foliage and berries. Small colored lights edged the serving tumble centered . with a miniature ornamented Christmas trot' Dr O. G. (Hirst gave,the invocation. , Covers were laid .for 33 at- a long table covered with a white cloth. Garlands of greenery extended from a milk glass bowl filled with reel- 'berries. j Dancing was enjoyed during the evening. Guests were husbands of the members. Dr, and Mrs,, D, ,,G. Hirst Dr. and Mrs. Jack Harrell and Mrs. A. IS. Buchanan, > , •Mrs. Wells Hambv at}epc]ed'"a bridal shower for Miss Ruty) StijU, bndo elect of Weils HnrpJby ^r M in ihe home of Mrs. Quinofi Gres- luim in Fordyce Tuesday flight', M'rs. K. Adam and Miss Adorn spent Wpdpesday in LittJo Rock as the guests of Rnlpli Adam, All Remaining Toys In Stock Now Just 1/2 Price !\fr. and Mrs. Chester Pavis apd Jofferv pf iHoustop, Texas have boon thf suosts of 'Mr. gnfJ Mrs, Irn Dpvis and Mrs. Qennie mings, Mrs. Clavn B. Stone and Miss Sione have hacj ps their guests, Mr. and 'Mrs, Bill Stons, Susan o;id Jimmy of pk|a))oma City, QHla, 9jitmllf 4r ^r •^^. wipr^liHBFiUm IB |l IdpHIB Generql Electric 1 * Coffee Sunbeam Dprmeyer Universal Westinghous© 9 ; Kenneth Buchanan of Sprjjigdgje i hns bpyn 'tho recent guest of Ri\ly Mrs. Jim Nelspru 'Mrs. Bofe , s nqkjs and Mrs, J- B- FrariHs were Wednesday visitors in <:*Y «'.-:^ti Electric Blankets Mixers *Stearo Irons Pressurt Pans Roasttrs State Parojp P'fippr I^intjgll (•"anon S'JPflt thp dny j|i J, Wodnpsdav at*pndino a : , meeting of 'the State pprdon Settled ; NEW VOSJJ • men's strike at?aii\st nine lYnrk Piiv nj»wspHpprss w^s srttlftl ' ' less thjju eigjit hpiir| " general's office Dec, 15, Both are graduates of the University of Arkansas -. and both entered public, life as assistants .-to former Atty. Can. Tom Gentry; Finch remained as assistant attorney general when Brlice- -Benn'eU succeeded Gentry. 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