Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 10, 1947 · Page 39
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^ ; •'•"• ' * HOPE STAR/HOPE, ARKANSAS • Jtfr; s ' T fftj ' " V"! Wednesday, December 10, <\ 1490 on your DIAL LOCATED 11/2 MILES NORTH OF HOPE ON STATE HIGHWAY 29 2F' It is with genuine pleasure that we offer our sincere congratu- best wishes to the Hope Broadcasting Company, staff on the opening of their new radio station fressive step toward a greater Hope. We will be turning our dial to 1490 regularly! THIS PAGE SPONSORED BY THE FOLLOWING HOPE MERCHANTS Hope Beverage Co. City Cleaners Keith's Jewelry Horn Studio Ladies' Specialty Shop R. M. LaGrotte Jr. & Co. Haynes Bros Hope Hardware Co Owen's Depf. Store Hempstead Hardware Co. Chas. A. Haynes Co. Rephan's Hitt's Brownbilt Shoe Store Duffle Hardware Co Crow-Burlingame Co. Western Auto Associate Store City Bakery Crescent Drug Store Harry Hawthorne Market Hobbs Grocery & Market Blake's Variety Store Foster's Family Shoe Store Cook's White Star Laundry & Quality Cleaners Hall Auto Supply Sue & Lee Tot to Teen Shop Berwick's Electric Service Hempstead Motor Co. Young Chevrolet Co. Bright's Radio Service Luck Motor Co. H«fiinr5ons Tractor Co. Willis Men's St-ore Stewart's JeweSry Store City Furniture Co. York Furniture Co. Wanda Butane Appliance & Tire Co. Shipley's Studio Ideal Furniture Co. James & Moore Cleaners Wednesday, December 10, 1947 Native Son Joins KXAR HOPE STAR, HOPS, ARKANSAS fir ... . — Hope Star photo !„!„ i t uv A,' ,/", who Was born '." H °P e 28 y ears a 9°. has tomed the KXAi"? staff of announcers. His radio experience covers four years. He comes to Hope from KRKN, Fort Smith; 'and he previously was on the staffs of KBIX, Muskogee, Okla., and KRRV, °l ?, her ,I? an u nc l 5f", lson ' Texa s- He is married, and is a member ol the Church of Christ. Forests Not * Uncommon AP Newsfeatures Buffalo, Wyo. —Petrified forests are not uncommon, but it's unusual to find one where the ossified trunks of the trees still stand un- right. F Large numbers of standing petrified tree stumps, some of -them 12 to 15 feet in diameter and 12 feet fc mgn, have been found on several wniPh ridges 10 miles east of Buffalo tied the trees as having been of the Sequoia family, similar to the Redwoods in northern California. The stony stumps are believed to be at least 120,000,000 years old. One has been a landmark for years. Early day cowboys used it as a hitching post without realizing, they were making use of a netri- fied tree trunk 12 ieet high" and five feet in diameter. The tree was located near an old roundup corral. Standing on a high knoll, it has been gradually uncovered by erosion. Millions of tons of petrified wood in addition to the standing stumps are to be found in the forest which is a little more than 100 miles west of Wyoming's Famous Devil Tower National Monument. . o Ja ,mes D. Bump, director of the South Dakota School of Mines Museum, as well as other experts who have studied the area, icluuu- At Larderelli in northern Italy steam generated by lava heat has been used to create electric power since 1920. Miami Has Novel Plan of Construction By GENE PLOWDEN AP Newsfeatures Miami. Fla. —A novel method of house assembly here is helping to keep Miami at the top of the list in postwar home Construction. In developing Essex Village in suburban Hialeah, Thomas P. Coogan, regional vice president of the National Association of Home Builders and president of the Florida Home Builders Association, has put his assembly ideas into mass production that has been yielding an average of two homes completed daily. The $7,000,000 development will include 600 homes, 70 two-family houses and 112 apartment units, the latter for rental. There also will be a $400,000 community shopping center to meet the needs of the 3,000 persons who will reside in the development. Carpenters on' this job don't need a saw, a square or a rule. They are strictly hammer-and-nail men. All the sawing and measuring is done m an assembly yard, where power equipment turns out the lumber needed with a minimum of labor and a maximum of speed. The procedure is not pre-fa'oica- tion, but it employs similar •timesaving principles.. After the home buyer has chosen from one of the nine home designs, the four walls are put together in the assembly i'ard, so that no. adjustments or trimmings are necessary. As each wall is completed, it is hoisted on to the side of a truck. When four walls arc aboard, off the truck goes to the site. The concrete foundation has been poured and has hardened. Next the rafters go in, and the roofers follow. The exact amount of lumber required for partitioning has been delivered, cut to measure. The gables, too, are pre-assembled and delivered complete. Financed through FHA and G.I loans to veterans, the dwelling sell for $8,700 for two-bedroom homes and $7,500 for three-bedroom units. Veterans are able to buy the houses, including refrigerator, stove and hot water heater, without a down payment. Almost 200 homes are now occupied, and 250 more on the construction schedule are spoken for. G. W. Upchurch, Engineer member of First Baptist church. - street, Hope, and is a Notable Log House to Be Filmed Nashville, Tenn. — (#>)— Motion pictures of building a log houso wil be part of a master's thes'in m industrial arts by John J. Hanson, a graduate student of the George Peabody College here. Hanson, industrial arts instrud- itor in the manual arts therapy I department of 'the veterans hospital, also will include other pictures of notable log houses in th* vicinity and a written history of log houses. The building pictures are being made in conjunction with construction of a house that he and his wife intend to live in. It is being built of logs more than 100 years old from old houses which Hanson has bought. I V B % m • • HOPE BROADCASTING CO. On the Formal Opening of Hope's NEW RADIO STATION 1490 ON YOUR DIAL , DEC. 12th Congratulation to KXAR and the entire staff. We are glad that we had a part in the opening of this new -radio station in Hope. LAVENDER RADIO SUPPLY CO. INC, TEXARKANA U.S.A. Russians Survey Coal Fields Found During War ; | Moscow —(/P)— Four coal fields aave been surveyed this year in i'the area discovered by Soviet ideologists during the war in the tvoznetsk Basin. _ Chief Engineer Malchanov of the I r>.uzbas Coal Prospecting Organization, who has been sopervisin" tne exploratory work, said the area woold probably rank among the most important in this rich basin. _Thc fields are located in the iaiga 60 kilometers from the city of Stalinsk between the Tom and Usa rivers in the foothills of the Kuznetsk Ala-Tau Mountains. The mountainous terrain enables the deposits to be tapped through gal- lories driven into the hillsides eliminating the need of shaft- sinking. BEST WISHES and TO HOPE'S NEW RADIO STATION 1490 On Your Dial Opening Friday Noon, Dec. 12 To the Hope Broadcasting Co., and the entire staff of KXAR we offer our congratulations on this beautiful new station for Hope. ' ' OT'S WE OUTFIT THE FAMILY" for Sue TO HOPE BROADCASTING CO. and ENTIRE PERSONNEL OF HOPE'S NEW RADIO STATION (EMBER 12 1490 ON OPENING FRIDAY Graydon Anthony Lumber Company iwl A- *i s-y 1; E. ,-ff

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