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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 3

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, June 2«, mi MOM If A i * N 0 FI, A « « A Ml AI IETY Phone 7-3431 Between 8 A. M. and 4 P. M. Calendar June 2ft The Night Circle of W. M. S. of First Bpatist Church will meet Monday night, June 26, at 7:30, in t'he Fellowship Hall for its Royal Service program. The Ann VVollcrman Circle will be in charge. Tuesday, June 27 TfcJwJctl B. Graves Sunday SchdoiiTOass of Methodist Church will have a pol luck supper at Jrassy Lake Tuesday night, June !7 at 7 p.m. with Mrs. Lloyd Spen- :cr hostess and Mrs. Harry Haw-. thornc and Mrs. E. J. Whitman co-'hostcsses. All svho plan to attend meet at the church from 5 to 0:30 for transportation. Country Club Bridge Luncheon Ma^olia blossoms . were, seen )ii the mantle of the Hope Country Club at the Ladies Bridge jUnchcon held June 22. Roses ind daisies centered the table there luncheon was served to 18. Jardenias and hydrangeas were ecu elsewhere in the enlcrtain- ncnt rooms. In the afternoon bridge was played at four tables. The high 'iQwas Mrs. George Frazier, whileivlrs. C. C. Lewis was sec- ond high. The game prize went to Mrs. Monty Monts. Two out of town guests were Mrs. Dean Strand of DCS Plaines, 111., and Mrs. Jack Ambrose of Roswell, N. M. Hostesses were Mrs. Gordon Baylcss, Mrs. Jud Martindalc and Mrs. Dick Moore. DIXIE So. of Hope Hi School LAST TIME TONIGHT *The Gross Is Greener" Tues-Wed-Thurs PAUL NEWMAN JOANNE WOODWARD "He had to live with his wife . . . -'•it or not." "FROM THE TERRACE" Based on Novel by O'Hara VFW Auxiliary Has Meeting At the VFW Hut Thursday night June 22 the Ramsey-Cargilc Post of the VFW Auxiliary met. The meeting was opened by the president, Mrs. Lena Massingill. The Chaplain Mrs. Delia Femvick, voiced the opening prayer. During the business meeting reports were heard and the group discussed t'hc amount of money it should send lo Foii Root VA Hospital. Hospital insurance cards were distributed to the members. Mrs. Trudie Baker won the Surprise Package. The chaplain closed the meeting with prayer. Cold drinks and cookies were served by the hostess, Mrs. Arlcnc Frith. Bridal Shower for Miss Stuckey Miss Martha Sluckcy of Monti| cello, bride-elect of Jimmy Chambless, was honored with a miscellaneous bridal Shower on June 23 by Mrs. Carlton King, Mrs. Barney Gaincs and Mrs. Dayton Thomason. The party was held in the King home. Cape jasmines and dahlias graced the scene of the entertainment. The guest of honor pinned a clever kitchen corsage to the shoulder of her orchid print dress. Out of town guests included tier and sister, Miss Jodie Stuckey, mother Mrs. Herman Stuckey, both of Monticcllo. For refreshments punch, cookies, nuts and mints were served to 25. The honorcc received many lovely and useful gifts. Brenda Gail Mitchell THE FORESTRY CONTEST at Washington will be held July 4 and another entry for the title is Brenda Gail Mitchell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ivy Mitchell, She is sponsored by the Shady Grove Home Demonstration club. The winner of the County contest will go to the district contest. A short business session follow ccl. The meeting was closed will prayer by Mrs. A, D. Livingston A delicious dinner was cnjoycc by each member present. Coming and Going Mrs. Steve Carrigan Jr. wa in Lillle Rock last week for th' birthday party Monday of grand daughter, Mary Delia Prathct and attended the 10th anniu Garden Club Short Course held-a the U of A Medical Center Tucs day-Thursday. She heard one the National Council's oiilstanc ing flower arranging and lane scape architecture, and also sh ;aw an illuslra growing orchids. Tina Sunday School of Garrett Memorial has Meeting The' Tina Sunday School Class of the Garrclt Memorial Baptist Church met Tuesday night, Juno 20, in the main dining room of Whites Cafe in Fulton. The meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs. James Bradcn. Mrs. Wade Warren gave the devotional. Master Britt Henry of Tcxai kana is visiting his grandmotlici Mrs. A. C. Ball, and oilier re lativcs. Out of State Workers Pose Tax Problem •y ROBERT R. GOLDENSTEIN services, Ihe Ncw Jersey Legis- Inturc took a close look nt this provision nntl adopted <» new law. From now on, Jcrscyitcs who work in Ncw York (and only they) must pny n New Jersey Income tax in the same amount imposed on them by Ncw York. In effect, they would simply be- paying their entire Ncw York CHICAGO (AP>—A key figure . . ... the nation's cvcr-broadcninfi J tax lo New Jersey, state income tax picture these days Is the fellow who earns his paycheck in a neighboring state. He has been tnc subject of heated debate, in the legislative chambers of several slates that collect income taxes. The big issue he poses is — \vhich- state' gels to keep his income tax dollars, the stale where he lives or the slale where he works? For its part, New Jersey will begin withholding for Ncw York Weather Continued from f*A(6 OM By THE ASSOCIATED PftEtt Albnny, clear Albuquerque, clcnr Atlnnta, rnin Bismnrck, clcnr Boston, clcnr Illsh Low Pr. 78 M .. the income tax of the New York- jBuffnlo. clmuly crs working In Jersey— about $10 .Chicago, clear million n year which (lie New Cleveland, cloudy Yorkers theoretically had been Dcnvcr c | c ,, r required to pay lo their home Dcs Moh , ^ slate but which heretofore had not ]) C t ro || C | C)( |. been withheld from their Jersey ,,-,,1,.,,,,-^^ dcm . in '- vchccks - Korl Worth, cloudy Noting that the effect of 111 is (Helena, clear action would be to give New Jer- Honolulu, cloudy Thlrty-six stales and the Dis- *? *™,. mil!! » n ^change .for :rict of Coltimbia now impose income taxes. Commerce Clearing House, a privnlc agency (hat reports on tax laws, says many of the states have satisfactory agreements with neighboring stales mid others are working toward a sotu- $1(1 million, New York officials arc anything but pleased. They point out IJio Jersey tax may be unconstitutionally discriminatory because il doesn't apply to all the state's residents. They an- lion. For instance: When West Virginia passed an income tax law recently it was able lo work out reciprocal agreements wilh neighboring Kentucky and Maryland, both of which already had income tax laws. All three slates have directed firms hiring nonresidents lo reduce the nonresidents' taxes in the amount Ihc employee is taxed in his home stale. But such harmony is no! easy to come by when a great many Mrs.. Donald Ray Pierrotti Miss Patricia Aini Busby, the bodice had a rounded neckline daughter of Mrs. Joseph Benllcy and long fitted sleeves and the ,'Vi '""f lu:icl """ V • Busby and .the laic Mr. Busby of skirt, formed a bustle effect in the Doin ot ban Anionie. Lak( , ch . irlcSi rormcr iy O f Hope, back that fell into, a short, train, and" Donald Hay Picrrolli, son of Her fingertip veil of illusion was Mr. and Mrs. Valman Pierrotti of held by a pearl and-sequin'tiara. Mrs. S. A. Nieterl and C. A x ,r v iti , Mr **» i til Joiin name. lieipale a court lest. limcnu, cloudy Kansas City, cloudy Los Angeles, cloudy Louisville, cloudy Memphis, clear Mimai, cloudy Milwaukee, clear Mpls., St. Paul, clear Wisconsin and Minnesota also New Orleans, rain are involved in a lax controversy. New York, cloudy .11 started when Minnesota Oklahoma Cily, cloudy ni (M adopted a withholding tax which Omaha, clear Wisconsin said voided an old Philadelphia, clear 01 GO 7ft Gfi 00 62 00 61 61) 56 7fi (Hi 70 4« M 51 112 nil 70 52 71 4*) III 6fl !M 55 «•« 74 71 52 50 411 n;i lit 1)3 00 00 57 115 05 l!(! 7!) 77 51 70 52 110 71 7« 01 .73 .Ot .20 agreement that neither would lax; the other's residents. Negotiations were started to reach a reciprocal agreement but they collapsed when u Wisconsin legislative committee contended Minnesota stood to gain n half- million dollars a year because more Wisconsin residents arc cm- 112 Ot 110 511 114 115 07 47 70 02 more employes commute to one ployed in Minnesota Hum vice amount imposed by New York, stale than to the other. For example, approximately ir>(),000 New Jersey residents York jobs each flock to morning New com- Saenger THEATRE TONIGHT — and HELD OVER TUESDAY V Dalmatians ~ "ntoKMicnuaa 1 One "THE HORSE WITH THE FLYING TAIL" Adults . . 60c Children 35c WED.-THURS. For Children Over 12 J/ACK st/mr wttir The average family spends 20% of its income on can and only 0.6% for medicines. What one family spends on cars would buy med- icintB for 33 fomilk*. Ward & Son Drug Co. Courtesy — Service and Quality 124 E. Second St. Mrs. Flossie Ikickcnyos of Poplar Bluff, Mo., arrived this svcck- encl to visit Ihe Robert'Jackson family. The Foy Mammons have as llieir guests Mr. and Mrs. Foy Mammons, Jr., and family of Knoxville, Tennessee, Mrs. R. 11. Ilcrocl and family of Richardson, Tex., Miss Judy Mammons of Little Rock, and Mrs. J. D. Mam- mons and family of Hunlsville, Ala., J. D. Mammons will join Che group over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Foy Mammons, Jr., and family are also visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Wilson. Mamou, La., were Saturday, June 17. married on She carried a prayer book with ar- The Rev. Adrian Van Mai offi- an orchid and slephonalis raiigemenl on lop. T | lc i^dc attended elementary dated at the nuptial Mass and sdloo | in Cabimas, Venezuela and double ring ceremony in Our Hopc llit , h School ancl is ., Lady Queen of- Heaven Catholic al( , O f stj charlcs Academy. pared with nfl.OOO or so New Yorkers who work in New Jersey. Ncsv Jersey had no income tax, but New York bad—and Jersey- it cs who worked there were required to pay il, aboul $50 million a year total. Written into the New York tax law is a provision Hint nonresidents mny deduct their home .state's income tax from the amount imposed by New York. Faced with the need Ui raise money for commuter transportation Church. The groom attended Mamou Mr. and Mrs. Grit Stuart, and granddaughter, Rebecca Stuart, visited recently in Columbus, Ga., wilh the Edwin Davis family. (The bride was given in marri- high school and Droughon Bus!' age by her uncle, Charles Triche. ness College in Baton Rouge. She wore a bridal gown of Chan- :The couple Will be at' home in tilly lace' over taffeta. The filled Eunice, La, versa. The Wisconsin Assembly Is studying a bill that would allow Wisconsin lo lax the incomes of Mimiesotans working there and distribute the money proportionately to Wisconsin communities: whose residents work in Minnesota and arc laxed there. Thirty one of (lie ;)7 states which impose some form of income taxes allow their commuting residents credits, for taxes imposed on their incomes in other slates. No such credit.s are allowed, however in Alaska, Indiana, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Teiine.s see and Wisconsin. I'ltocnix, cloudy Pittsburgh, cloudy Portland, Me,, clear 'orllaml, Ore., cloudy IU 57 Ttapid City, clear Richmond, cloudy St. Louis, deal- Salt Lake City, clear San Diego, cloudy San Francisco, clear Seattle, cloudy Tampa, clear Washington, cloudy (M-Missing) .01 .50 .30 ,02 .1)0 .lii .11 .10 .12 01 50 62 . (il 112 155, 100 04 75 . 6U Git 53 70 JW M) ,73 III (it .78 SAVE ON AUTO TRUCK — FIRE {^"'INSURANCE — Also LII* Insurant* — SAM McHENRY, Agent Phon* 7-34*1 or 7.287* SHOP CHI IDS... LOW LOW PRICES PLUS S&H GREEN TAMPS DOROTHY D1X Party a Real Cause for Celebration By HELEN WOROEN ERSKINE {stars that you didn't make a fool We want to take this way to say "Many Thanks" to all of the people of Hope and surrounding communities who have been so kind and thoughtful to our family since our home burned. We sincerely appreciate all the help we have received. Russell and Jeanne White fc Kathleen, Judy, Jennifer and Maggie Joe Shuford, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Shuford is in Marslons Mills, Mass, there he joined Jim Atkins of Hope, where they arc employed at the Raf-Mar Lodge. Jim has been employed at the lodge since leaving Southern Slate College in May.. Negroes to Appeal Assignments LITTLE ROCK (API— Twenty- one Negroes will be among 118 i students who will go before the I Little Rock School Board Wedncs- lay and.Thursday to appeal their school assignments for next fall. Eleven of the Negroes are asking reassignment from all-Negro schools lo white junior high schools, which will be desegregated this fall'. Four others want to atlcnd predominately - while senior high schools. One Negro assigned to a while junior high is asking reassignment to an all-Negro school. Five others want to transfei from various Negro elementary schools lo other Negro facilities. The school board has assignee 25 Negroes to white junior high schools and 24 to predominately while senior high schools for the l'JOl-62 school year. RON PRINZING from < Eugene, Oregon One of America's Finest Young Evangelists. r Starting Tuesday, June 27 and Continuing Through Sunday, July 9. Services nightly at 7:30 P. M. (Except Saturday) Hope Gospel Tabernacle W. C. land, Pastor — S. 0. Schubert, Music Dear Helen: I am a 13-year-old boy with an awful problem. It concerns two- families. In the first family, one t'ii'l goes out with her boy friend, another child takes in a sliow. Two stay at home doing nothing. Tin: parents sit down, read the pa|>er • and say not a ord. In Ihc second family, all cat to- other; then ell go for a ride, vis- I. relatives or swim. Al night they 11 watch television or have a onvcrsation over a cup of tea. Ours is the firsl family. Mow can ve be like the second family? — ge 13 Dear 13: The second family is jxccplional. It seldom happens hat children and parents share he same tasles. Bui if Ihcy did, I would be a very dull world, lowcver, even though they differ n thought ancl action they can be inilecl—by love. This is undoubtedly the secret of the second fam- ly's togetherness. As a rule, the parents take the initiative but, since yours haven't, there is no reason why you shouldn't try. The Fourth of July would be a I ine day lo start. Ask your father and mother lo help you' organize a family party for this day—either a picnic, swim or a scrvc-yourshlf supper at home. If 'you've earned any money this vacation, pay for the eals yourself. If not, you can be volunteer cook and bottle washer under Mama's direction. Have fun doing it. Enthusiasm is contagious. Before you know il all Ihe others will be joining in. Yours can be the family pattern that will set the.pattern for all those to follow. of yourself by declaring your love 'or the wife of your science teacher. Dear Helen: 1 have been married three years, have two children and love my husband as much as he docs me. A Lilith has entered our Eden. Out of a clear sky my husband received two letters from a girl declaring her undying love for him! She only signed her first name and • gave no return address. He says he gave her a !ifl a couple of times and to forget the whole thing, thai she means nothing to him. Should 1 believe him? —Confused Dear Confused: If you love your husband, show your faith in him by accepting 1) i s explanation. Even if he isn't telling Ihe whole .ruth, your very bcliet in him svill ncrease his love and respect for you. What more can you ask? 21 to 3 Lb. Avg. Send your problems lo Helen Warden Erskihc. Be sure to enclose a stamped, self-addressed envelope and address her care of .his newspaper. Helpful leaflets available. Write for "Puppy Love." Dorothy Dix is a registe red tra«ema r k. Released bV The Be'l Syndicate Britain and Iraqi Fuss Over Oil By ARTHUR GAVSHON LONDON (AP) — Britain and Kuwait rejected today Iraqi Premier Abdel Karim Kassem's move to annex the rich Persian Gulf oil sheikdom. Kuwait. Britain also reaffirmed a pledge lo go lo the aid of the ruler, Sheik Abdullar Al-salim As'sabaji if asked. But qualified diplomats reported that the ruler made no request Dear Helen: Unfortunately 1 have fallen in love with the young wife of a science teacher at my school. I have talked lo her bill a few times and I doubt if she realizes my deep feeling for her. 1 am J7, she slightly over 20. Should 1 declare my love or go on suffering alone? —G. 11. W. Dear G. H. W.: See this "grand passion" for what il is, part of : for immediate help in talks at his Ihe business of maturing. Once a palace'today with Britain's rcprc- boy reaches puberty he may find scntalive, John Richmond, lhal some older woman to whom, The sheik and the British he has. never given a second agreed instead they would try to thought, suddenly sends him into resist Kassem's takeover move a tizzy, just as yuur science calmly and quietly, teacher's wife lias done with you. Both hope Kasscm will be per- iSuffer in silence. Force yourself suaded to modify his stand. Both! !lu go with boys and girls your larc 1 'anxipus to avert a major j own age who are still detached, new Middle-East crisis that could j Be active in sports. Interest your-(upset the stability of the sheik- \ self in a" hobby and the day will dom thai supplies -10 per cent of come when you'll thank your lucky :Bntaio's oil. U. S. D. A. 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