Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 11, 1954 · Page 14
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Modem styling inspired by Ford's hew ThUnderbird personal car distinguishes the hew Fords, ftetainlhg definite characteristics which have won Ford style leader* ship, the 1955 Fefds also have a wrap-around windshield and a new, lower silhouette. .Jhe Crown Victoria — a new model — is the first Ford sedan under live feet in over-all height. ! Ford, which offered the first V-B engine in the low price field in 1932 and has built 14 million V-8* since, introduces for the first time three nnw engines! A high compression Y-block V-8 ehgirie of 212 cubic inch displacement and an 8.5 to 1 compression ratio. A powerful Y-block V-8 engine of 272 cubic inch displacement and a 7.6 to 1 compression ratio. Att improved 6 cylinder 1-block engine of 223 cubic inch displacement and a 7.5 to 1 compression ratio. Dual • exhausts, which provide extra power, are standard on all Fairlane V-8 and station wagon models. Ford's new high compression engine available only with Fordo- matic transmission in the Fairlane series, hafc a four-barrcll carburetor with automatic choke and special intake manifold; special vacuum controlled distributor; high compression cylinder heads and i Ford's newest entry Into the,high-styled car field is the Fairlane Crown Victoria, (shown above) with a tiara-like chrome strip arched over the top of the car. The Crown Victoria has a wrap-around windshield, and is under five feet in overall height. Dual exhausts, which provide extra power are standard on this new model. It also is available with a transparent roof over the driver's compartment. PRESCOTT NEWS APPLES r ' Ribbon Cane Syrup^ .MtPienty of Good Sorghum ( f >VBest Country Eggs in Town ISELL'S CURB MARKET I. r £r.g<H West 3rd Phone 7-9933 Sandra Ward Celebrates B'rthday Sandra Ward, daughter of Sheriff and Mrs. E. R. Ward, celebrated her eighth birthday with a party at her home after school on Monday. In door ames were played and the prize was won by Wanda Ruth Taylor after which out-door games were enjoyed. The pink color scheme was.car- ried out in the cloth that covered the refreshment table, plates, napkins, candles on.top of the chocolate birthday cake and the pink lemonade. I Favors were crayon sharpeners. ' The guest list included: Jane and Walter Nelson, Mary Virginia Moore, Kay Cox, • Cynthia Arnold Karen Ann Rouse, Prisilla Bensberg, Ruth Hairston, Wanda Ruth and Bobbie Ann Taylor George Jr., Stegar, Susan Ward and ^Carolyn Daniel. ' ' ' ''"& Hypnotism Is Berated by Psychologist By FRANK CAR£Y AP Science ReporteC ST. LOUIS If yoti think being hypnotized makes a person unconscious, just veil jee him snap vypnotic state, \1inne£ota tees.' •Fire'" and you'd right out of his „.., a University of psychologist "guaran Also, said Dr. William T. Heron, "if you put $500 the hypnotist, this is also true: He (the subject) can quit, if and when he has mctivation to quit and a cry of Fire!' certainly would give him the necessary motivation." Heron brought up the subject of the theoretically planknd-down $500 after he had hypnotised a young St Louis medical student and told him that your left hand has been in a pail of scalding hot water, and now your fingers and hand are just one big blister, and the slightest touch will be painful." The youth, under hypnosis, had recoiled, as though in pain, when Heron touched the hand. Later, when he was-brought out Secret voting for members of, Congress was not required by federal law until 1875. English is the language of Libera which was founded by Negroes from the United States. he'd bet down" in that front of a man hypnotized into believing he had unbeav able pain in one of his hands the man wculd grab it in a hurry even if he had to use that hand. The psychologist made the com- as still under post hypnotic incuts actual yesterday after demonstration giving an of hypno- but the sue- that his hand still was t . a >,,^ the youth was asked to pick up a coin with his left could " he re- no effort to of his sleep" temporarily was described influence of a gestion" painful hand. I don't think I plied and made try. W. M. U. Has Business Meeting The W. M. U. of the First Baptist Church met on Monday after noon at the church for the monthly business meeting with 13 members present, . The meeting was opened with the song of the'year followed with the devotional by Mrs. J. T. McRae and prayer by Mrs. W. L. Britt. The president, Mrs. Roy Slai* tain, presided. The minutes were read by the secretary, Mrs. Harrell Hines and committee reports were heard. A picture, of Johnny Cook of the Baptist Orphanage of Montic.ello, who is word of the W. M. U., was shown. Mrs. Gendy Dickinson clos ed the meeting with prayer. sis on six persons at a meeting of dcctoi-3. The demonstration followed a special symposium on "medical hypnosis" in which Keren and other doctors said the technique offers a useful aid in certain medical cases provided it is employed by a properly trained hyp notist-doctor. Another caution: Never use it on such people as the mentally derange!. Heron told members of the Heron quickly remarked: 111 bet if I put $500 down, he'd pick it up'." But, neither Heron nor any his audience followed through on .he suggestion. Southern Medical Association in renponsR to questions that while a person MSFASF high capacity, radiator. Ford's pop. ular V-8 and 6 cylinder engines are available .with any of the 16 Ford models for 1955. FREE DELIVERY Mr. and Mrs. Otto Holloway o: Rosston were Saturday visitors in PreSCOtt. .;lli Hershel Johnson has returned to Shreveport after spending the weekend with relatives. 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Mr; and Mrs. Ernest Cox hav returned to Fulton after spending the weeend at their home here. Department Store NECCHI-ELNA"" ATTEND SPECIAL DEMONSTRATION Friday and Saturday Nov. 12th and 13th Register for $25.00 in Beautiful Fall and Winter Piece Goods NOTHING TO BUY — Presence not required to win. Only Automatic NECCHI Has All These Advantages 8 Lib. Pail LARD 1.49 PICNIC HAMS 37c u, Fresh Neck Bones 2 •* 29c Stew Meat 4 Pounds too Mr. and Mrs. Homer Ward had a their weekend guests, Mr. and l^rs. Bill Pratt and children of Newport] irloin Steak Sunvolley OLEO 2 39c Sweet Potatoes IQc Fresh Turnip Greens Bunch 1 Lb, Con AlfMeot 29c ALL MEAT SAUSAGE 4 Pounds 'Rickey Farham of Camden spent the weekend with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Gordon. Dr. and Mrs. William Arnold of Temple, Texas visited his mother, Mrs. C. P. Arnold, during the weekend. They were enroute to their home from Little Rock where Dr. Arnold was guest speaker at the Annual Medical; Assembly for Arkansas doctors and University of Arkansas School of Medicine Alur mni. •' ' Mr. and Mrs. Cam McGuire visited their daughter, Mrs. Obert Henderson and family at Walnut Ridge during the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. N. N. Daniel were the Saturday guests of Mr, and Mrs. Crit Stuart Jr., in Hope. RIB STEAK Mr. and Mrs. Russell Floyd and Bill spent Sunday in Malvern. Dr. and Mrs. Jack Harrell and Amelia attended the Rice-Arkansas- game in, Little Rock Saturday. PP*. WfVM MIAT" 29e» NO, BACON Mrs. Elwood Robinson and dau- gher, Jennie and Betty Lynn of El Dorado spent Sunday with Mrs, Mettie Robinson, Clyde Hesterly, Gene Lee, Busey Lee, Billy Roe, Gus Warren and Bill Gordon were among those from Prescott who saw the Rice- Arkansas game in Little Rock Saturday, < -ii til Mrs. Floyd Matthews and children of Ozan spent Sunday with. 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NECCHI SEWING CIRCLE ,v,« M? * M^iv ^ t • vW",-, -T7- i •* •<- "^ L ^53•( * i Si ?vW r . - nM Thursday, November It, 1954 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Plenty Irony in Predicament of McCarthy By JAMES MARLOW WASHINGTON W) There is more irony in the predicament of Sen. McCarthy than just the fact have to sharpshoof at the adminis- may have left for the White House. The fact that he said yesterday tie will, censured or not, continue to fight against communism would indicate that he rhay cause the Eisenhower administration some grief in the next two years. Any search he makes for Communists in government will almost have to be directed at the execu tive branch, which will be in the administration's hands. Nevertheless, any desire he may he was cut down tc* frying size ill the administration of his own Republicans. That he will be censured by Ui2 Senate is a fate he % predicts for himself. The Democrats tried to box him in the but Democrats were in power. II didn't happen till the RepubicruiK' took ever. Ir. the 1952 elections the Republicans used McCarthy and his Reds-in-government claims against the Democrats and won. This year they used the same theme, but left McCarthy on the sidelines, and lost. This year the Republicans, per happ out of respect for President Eisenhower's expressed wishes a year ago, didn't see the Commu- nis-t issue ot first. They did when it began lose. to look as if they might Why the party leadership didn't use McCarthy in 1954 is not known. Classen Likes Hogs, Rice andTCU By HAROLD CLAASSEN .709. • . ; -\ This week's Folfclioris: Ohio Stale over Purdue: Tho Ohioans lintv.v thai il they win this one they become a ic&d-npe cinch by T',4-14 scores. This one" should ! be decided by about the same margin. Army over Penn: Navy look ths Quakers 52-6 and At my will try to represent l!i Kcse Bowl. Thai \.-ili the needed incentiv. Oklahoma Ti:n in the to do it as well. Southern California over Was'iinaton: Southern California's back Missouri: Thfijlieicl trio ol Arnett Dandoy and Cklahomnns continue on their mcr-iCro\v getting almost as famous as ov Colgate ovef Syracues Yale over Princeton Temple 6v"er Scrantoii. MIDWEST: Minnesota over lo<va Wisconsin over Illinois Cin cinftati over Wichita Kansas State over Iowa State Michigan State oxer Mschig an N ebraska over Pittsbu r gh Indiana over Northwestern Oklahoma A & M d Ve r Some returning scare. tration will be limited by the fact Lhat after this year he will no longer be chairman of an investigating committee with a large staff to help him The Democrats, as a result of the election, will run the committee. Not being chairman and not having a committee staff riot necessarily slow him though. For the two years from 1950 until 1952, when he made a punching bag of the Democrats who then were running the executive branch McCarthy had that he could be as effective against the Eisen- NEW YORK W) blance of sanity is the college football ably by the end of the vill seep down low enough to engulf the forecasters. Last weekend's gridircn work- efuts resulted in 39 correct picks «nd 12 mistakes for a .705 aver- |ry Big Seven v;:ty t 0 itnce defeat in ei".b. confer- p ro!> l:-omi is crippled for tin; E;;I reason it'riieans so much for' the Orange Eowl chancos. Tigers' Arkansas over Soi'thorr. Methc'dist: Arkansas simply is too stubborn to lose. Notre Dame over North Caro- would down, and Congress too, no chairmanship. It's questionable were able to see 'him in action. And censure by the Senate an action which would be deliberate rebuke from his colleagues in both parties coxild hardly improve us standing in the community. hower administration as he was against the Democrats In 1950-52. In those years he was a man orf the way up, building a following. Interest in McCarthy, according to reports, began to wane a bit , after the Army-McCarthy hearings. They may not have wanted h'.m j n w hich millions for the first time around, thought they could win' without him, or feared if they won with his help he'd claim credit and want concessions. Now that they've lost, McCarthy —• as was predicted reverses the coin and claims one of the reasons for the Republican defeat was the treatment given him. This week, in a copyrighted in terview with the magazine U. S. News and World Report, he not only says that but points his finger directly .it the White House: "I think there was a great deal of resentment on the part of a sizable segment of the population against the jungle war which powerful elements of this administration waged against those of who' were trying to expose and dig out Communists. . . ." Since that's the way he feels, a vote of censure now by the Senate, still run by Republians, could hardly deepen any affection he sge. The season's totals now are;linn: Notre Damv lias won its last Tinkers -Evers and Chance. The others without comment: SOUTHWEST: Rice over Texas A&M Texas Christian over Texas Texas Tech over Tulsa. EAST: Na vy over Columbia Boston University over Boston College Cornell over Dartmouth Delaware over Lafayette Holy Cross over Fordham Brown over Hai- nessetf ovef $1 orlctsl Vafcderbttt over tulane Vfrgifcla, ifetifW ever the Cita de 1 Iwfce fcv& Wake 721 correct and 111 incorrect for I two games fi-om North Carolina'vard Penn State over Rutgers Kansas. SOUTH: Mississippi over Houston West Virginia over William anl Mary Florida State over Fur man Georgia Tech over Alabama Kentucky o ve r Memphis State Louisiana State over Mississippi State Ma r yland over Clemson Mississippi Southern o ye r Villatio- va Richmort d over North Carolina State D avidson over Wofford South Carol ina over Virginia Ten STEEL CONSJWffl Sheds, Form Buildings afto* I«ctusttf&r,, —-.j- j,*s. n MiHA to fcn&£if iddtfoHs> - Con Sheds, Form Buildings made according to strutted at bw east, CALL . * . for complete DUCKET EQUIPMENT FOR QUALITY and DEPENDABILITY Let us fill those Vital Prescriptions Registered Druggist on duty at all times. Call PR 7-3424 for speedy delivery from 7 a. m. to 7 p. m. Crescent Drug 225 S. MAIN The Negro Community By Helen Turner Phone 7-5830 Or bring Items to Miss Turner at Hicks Funeral Homa Bethel AME Church will observe its Sixth Annual Women's Day" Sunday, November 14. A special program will be presented at 8 p. VI. at which time "Miss Bethel of 1954-55 will be crowned. Special features of this program will be an address delivered by Mrs. E. M. Nelson, subject "Portraits of Great Womanhood." Miss Bobbie Paschal will give a reading. Music will be rendered by Lonoke Baptist Gospel chorus and junior choir, Yerger High School chorus and Bet- tiel's Gospel chorus. Prizes will be awarded by Rev. G. Pashcal, pastor of Bethel Church. The public is invited. The Altar Gift Club of BeeBee Memoi-ial CME Church will meet Sunday, November 14, at the homo of Mrs. Leona Metcalf at 4:30 p. m. Funeral service for Mrs. Josie Turner of Hope will be held Friday, Novmber 12, at the CME Church in Mineral Springs with burial in Mineral Springs' Cemetery at 2 p. m. Funeral service for Mrs. Viola Glover will be held Thursday, November 11, at Pleasant Hill Baptist Church in Chidester with burial in Pleasant Hill Cemetery. U. S. women, on the aveage, outlive men by six years. 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