Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 23, 1958 · Page 10
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 10

Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 23, 1958
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ii '©> k' S'T'A R >" H a Pn, A it KANSAS » 19S8 Brings the old, old wish to you! MERRY CHRISTMAS HOPE HARDWARE CO. Hardware - Furniture - Appliances Phone PRospect 7-2271 120 So. Elm, Hope, Ark. PrescottNews Continued from Pago Jrnon Mrs. Tl R n>trts presented the- si ltd v on "Twn (>.• Threr Together" lifter wliifh there was a general tliseiiR.Kimi. The- j'l-w'H^ prayer Was t.Ifu.t'd by Mrs Gone Jfale iMr. and Mr* Thin scluy in T J, n. ftlnos s Mrs. Rob Sloan and Melissa of Jonosboro art- thn juiests of 'her parents, Me. ;ui>:l 'Mi's, .frank Gilbert. Mr. S'loan will join his family lor a holiday visit Miss Judy Gilbert nnd Martin Gilbert, U. of A. students, have ar- livrcl to spcr.il tho holiday* v.;th Ihclr narenls. Mr. iind Mrs. Prank their parents. i'I c-rl. Mrs. Rose Bif of- Mr. and Mrs !:i Flint, -innm-i is ihc guest? . C. O. Wadssvorth Mrs. Brozie 1-Ia.vnie, Mrs Gordon Omni'r spent Fri.la.v \A Miif>no?ia (is Die Kiicsls of Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Uf>ynii', TSiey wore accompanied h.vno by JOB On i Partner who at- tc.'Js Southern'SUite College. , M'r. Si-Mrs. John itfi.:.Hule of>Corte Miriirj'.i, Cnl.r, arc, the holiday yiicsts of her parents, 'Mr. & Mrs. IVin Bemls Police Union Outlawing Act Ruled Invalid LITTLE Rock (APi—The Arkansas Supreme Court today up| held n lower court ruling whlrh I OVCM turned n 1057 ud outlawing police labor unions. The decision .said Act 30 of 1957 violated ArkHHSfis' "freedom to work" Constitutional ahiendrnetit. , t'ulaski Chancellor Murray O. Heed had issued a permanent injunction against enforcement ,f Ihe act oh similar grounds. The slate law was directed at the Little ftock police union though it was general in its terms. Associate Justice George Rose- Smith wrote I'or the court that the net Was invalid unless it could be proved the "freedom to work" amendment excluded public em- ployes. Smith said he saw no reason to believe such exclusion was intended in the amendment. ' "The pertinent clause of the act deals only with denial of employment on the basis of union mcm- 'bcrship." Smith wrote. Act 30' provided that any city policemen who is a union member ihotilc! be .dismissed if lie refused to leave the union within 30 days from passage, of the act. The appellants, former 'Little IRock Police Chief 'Mavtln Purvey^ and William W.'Leigh, a'*tnxpayor' snid the public Interest' would suf- SEf fHAf «66§fIH[ I MAYME tsLANn. B. e. (^) ^ in.' the Ml fair here bantam fowl were Substituted for sheep iti sheepdog! trials, after the sheep bolted on tht'Ir way to the event. Coflfused atj first, the do«s did» an excellent i'olindup job on Ihd fowl. LOAD LOUISVILLE. Ky. (fa — Cab driver Arlio McDonald had a weighty problem when Jim and Tim Mlnatra hailed his taxi. The Minatra brothers are dal'« nival fat men — Tim weighing 643 pounds and Jim 559. Both couldn't get in the bnck seat of the taxi. To balance Ihe car, the cab driV' er placed one man in front and the other in the back. A 695-mile 32-inch oil pipeline Is now being built from Irrth through Turkey to the Mediterranean Shore* line. Cost will be HOO million dol' Inrs. •.for if policemen were allowed to •exert union pressuie oh a city, •{They had appealed from Reed's ruling upholding the Little Uoclt union. Justice F.ci F. McFaddln* wrote ;fi concurring opinion which he said originally waf written as the majority opinion but which was ,1'ejected by the majority, McFaddtn said state law could require T policemen to foigci the right to strife or to su'oport e "strike. He said the "freedom i6: Svork" amendment did. not pro- elude such a requirement; Mr. . iMrs. l-Javrjill • Mines and Joh-iny left Fi'i'.ia.v for u holiday vigil with Mr. & (Mm. 'R. L. Hjnnd- ors in IH'e-mlt, Gali-f.- J\Tr.. & ,jMrs. ivi|ii Cr,T-c Jr. m R,cdondo Beach, Air.. -Mrp. J-. B. Ca.Urih In S-m Die-, yo. Calif. • Mv,, Mr^.'.. Raymond. 'Hosc'boro in Tucson, .;Arixonia and I Mr ,'Mrs. Kdclie -Lniifieivs- in Dallas, 1 I Tuvns.'.Thcy we'f ncciMTjjmiicd by, I Dt t'k Coltintiii'iin who" will v'isit i)is c'p'iphter. M-s. Marie Carter and family in Unt'doni.i, Cnllf Mrs. Coy Dewooriy, (RJVs. Horace Halo and Mrs. Tlioma_s UJewoody spent- Wedncsi^py in Tpxarkana. Rev. -Soldbn Blackburn had as 1iis guest Wednesday. Rf'V. Ken- notli Tenjgarden t of J-ittJe Rock. 'Mrs. Jra Klzcr was n-Wednesday visitor' m Tejcarkatia'.' , •Mr. pnclJM^s.^C. 'R. Gray have land as their 'guests (Mr, "•and' Mrs. 'Lawrence Lancaster of Newport, Mrs. Mark Justiss and Mrs. S. B. Scot.l werp Wednesday afternoon visitors in Hope. ' '. - Mr?, R. P. 'Jlamiby visited friends in Washington on Thursday. 'Mrs, ,r. 'H, Bomi'S lias returned from Little Rock where she has Ibceji the guest of Mrs, ..C. W. M'c- KoJvev, Mrs, 'Lillian Vaughn and Jim Bemis, Hefner & Gaines, Inc. Hope Arkansas OURGR1ETINGS TO OUR AAANY '( \ FRIENDS AND PATRONS .,. MARCELETE'S BEAUTY SHOP ttie £$& Christmas Itft forever! I; Harry Hawthorne ...AND WANKS rott SCOTT STORE 105-7 W.-Second St. Hope , ' Arkansas 0 nit ot usf to ^l of.potf Keith s Jewelry Store Arkansas ill 111 Mil 141II III

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