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   Hope Star (Newspaper) - January 31, 1957, Hope, Arkansas                                To City Subieribin If you fail f6 your Sfdf please telephone by 6 and a special comef will deliver your Hope Star Par Weather Reports See Column erf Bottom This YPAR T Floods Leave 11 Persons Towns isolated By the Associated Press Emctgcncy aid was rushed inio tho Mountain seal mining region today where thou sands of persons in four states ago homeless and whole towns strisken from a devastating wniter High waters lhat loft at least 11 j dead in two states and damages running into untold millions of dol llnrs rued downslream threatening havoc on slill more The flood thai swepl suddenly cut of the mountains inlo south eastern West southern Virginia and east Ten nessee already was recorded as the regions worst in this century if nol in Cecil Underwood of West Virginia last night joined Ken luckys Chandler in j petitioning President Eisenhower immediate Eight of the dead were counted in Kentucky and three in West In and Bcaltyville shored up barriers against the onrushing Kentucky River even as mud covered cilies in Ihe floods wake called for porlable purifiers and typhoid vac At least a thousand persons fled i their homes at Prestonsburg whore lasl night a fire broke destroying three All fire men could do was let it burn itself I out and prevent 11 from The Army al Knox sent sol medical corps men and sup plies lo stricken areas with the help of the National Red Cross and Civil Armv helicopters dropped through overcast skies lo lake ly phoid serum medicine blankets and foods to isolated Upstream iowns such as Bar JANUARY 1957 Ruling for APAL to Bt Appealed LITTLE ROCK A ruling lhat Arkansas Power Light I Was not invading the territory of a cooperative in selling electrici ty to The Crossetl will be ap pealed by the state Public Service Circuit Jiidsc Mitchell Cock rill ruled last week lhat could sell puwer to The Crossetl in Ashley and Chicol The PSC appealed to the stale Supreme fci Aittetatri A Audit tuftae MM IMIAI COPY Star Installs Fairchild Electronic Engraver to Produce Own Printing Plates for Local Pictures bourville and Hazar in Kenlucky Pound and Logan look the worst Evacuees in these places began the grim teask of digging oul Ihe mud and clearing Van Curon managing ed itor of the Harlan Daily En terprise one of the firsl newsmen to reach Hazard lold of small children crying for milk and drinking He described Ihe Kentucky River oily a coal center of about 7000 population as and He said the homeless slood in mud lo their knees gazing at Ihe ruins of their possession with no place lo go liltle lo eal arid only Ihe clothes on their Justice Reed Resigns From Supreme Court President Asks Change in Laws of Immigration CUP President Eisenhower asked Con gress today for new immigration legislation that would grant a haven in the United Stales lo persons who flee from Commu nist persecution In a special message to Con Hie Prcsidonl also request ed liberalization of Iho McCarran Walter Immigration basic Im migration law of Ihe At the outscl of his message Iho President outlined the need for emergency legislation lo holp Hungarian and other Ho said Iho eyes of Ihe world have been fixed on Hungary where thousands of women and children have fled to seek asylum Our position of world leader ship demands in partnership with other nations of the free we be in a posilion lo grant that Eisenhower He palled for two basic steps lo help anyone no Hungarians alone fleeing from communism I recommend thai Ihe Congressenact logislalion giving Ihe Presidenl power lo autnorize the atlorney general lo parole inlo the United Stales temporarily under sujh conditions as may selected by the secretary of who havo fled or in Ihe future1 flee from Communist per s ecution and Presidenl He said the number who should be granted temporary adwission on a parole basis in any one year should not exceed the average of aliens who have been permitted to enter tha country over Ihe past eight years by special acts of Con gress outside the basic immigra tion Sales Tax Issue Goes to Gets First Rebuff Channel Sought for White River Ml A nine foot navigation channel is fur Ihe WhileHlver from Newport lo A uroup of Jackson County bus fnrin nncl industrial load mooting here voted to sock approval of the project by Army and iiiiid the would re sult In lower freight rntoM through competitive barge If the channel were dug as pro rlvor navigation would be possible from here to the Missis sippi Hlver niul to Gulf of Mexico Mayor Juclson limit of Now port was eleeted chairman of the 11 l White Valley Navigation Association I urge the Congress to enact legislation President accepted the Supreme Couii Reed effeclive WASHINGTON Eisenhower today resignation of Justice Stanley Reed 72 is a vJ has served on Ihe hjghesl judicial j tribunal 19 The naming of his successor will be Eisenhowers fourth appointee on tho Supreme Eisenhowers other appointees are Chief Justice Warren and As sociate Justices Bartan and Bren The White House said it had nothing to anounee at this time regarding a turned in a letter of resig nation dated today saying he wishedto retire from active He is taking advantage of a pro vision of law which allows him to retire at full pay and subject to call for occasional service the court if this is The White House indicated that Reed might have let the President know his intentions m advance of submission of the That may taken place nt a White Rwsp reception honoring the Supreme Cour Ion Tuesday jn g Jeler to said ho was taking the opportunity to tender my cpiifiratuJaMons on your long and splenflicj rppofd public promptly giving the necessary discretionary power to the attorney general to permit aliens paroled into the United who intend to slay to remain as permanent he The Presidenl said ihis legisla tion would effectively solve the problem of th e Hun garian escapees who have already he it WlilAskfor PSC Probe Regardless State Capjtal LITTLE ROQK Special ing in Ihe face of warnings from House veteranslliai he hasnt a putting over his resolu tion for investigation of the Public Service Comrrassios rte making innovations Hardy Croxlon of Benlon County vowed loday lhat before the end of tho week he will insist thai tho Rules Committee the way for a Firsttermer Croxton realizes thai he stirred up a veritable hor nets next when he includsu among the objectives of the pro posed inquiry a delermination of the circumstances under w h i c h slate officials and employes be came owners pf Arkansas iana Gas stock just at the time it was rising phenomenally on the impetus of successive rate increases granted by Ihe During the argument before Ihe Supreme Court Monday presenled by opposing counsel In Ihe appeal pholo Clarence of regional salesman for Fa rchild Graphic explains to Paul the operation of the a leased electronic platemaking machine for pictures which was Installed m the Hope Star office Although placed in operation at once by the newspaper staff the machine will be supervised for several days beginning next Monday by Wayne Steinly of the Fairchild service expert for this For 21 yours Hope been sending its pictures1 off to larger Little Texarkana to havo the plates made Which pictures on the But thai business ended yes terday when the newspaper turn ed out 12 picture plates right Bill Erroneously Reported by AP would provide a means for copof major industries from Ihe No ing with the cases of certain Korean adopled children and other aliens who have been granted emergency admission to this country and now remain here in an indefinite The Presidenl said this type of legislation should be permanent so thai admipistralive authorities are in a position to acl promptly and with assurance in facing emergencies which way arise in the Some Hungarian refugees now in the United states have been grantedpermanent immigraliom visas under the refugee relief act which expired last 31 But thousands of others have been brought here on and their status parole this country svill not be assured until Congress vember rale increase senlalive Croxton was an interest ed listener Asked for a comment ho said he would withhold any statemenl hetook the floor in the House Uo advocate adop tion of his Tho PSC in ArkLa a increase in industrial rales abandoned the rale basu procedure and imdopled Ihe field price of evaluating tli gas producedby Ihe Croj ton has proposed that Ihe Hous Public Service Corporations Com mitteo study the revolutionary doctrine by the PSC ani make recommendalions fo consideration of the General As The momentlt appears Ihe resolution will be do bated in the House on Thurs in using one of Iho elect ronic marvels of Ihis pushbutton age the Fairchild ScanAGrav After the controls are set the machine copies a picture into plastic plate com pleling a fourcolumn cul in 21 and stopping of its own In the above picture tho ma chine looks to bo just whal it really is an The wrapped around the righthand cylinder of the LITTLE Children Agree Parents Dont Understand them iy RiTT NEW YORK f AS the janitor in a small but exjucjsve soroity house J am continually awed by the ability of ypyng Jadies to dis If it weic not that jt came as a reflex action one might say that the two young las exemptions in our place have raised the business of consistent disagreement to a fine Why they differ frequently is a JJpither is favored or compared or made to feei com petitive by tjiejr charrning under standing intelligent still it Ufgj gging on Jong time when Kathy wes 3 weekday 01 a pf beach bvit clean xvliite sand iu for mjles no pie Uv frw at thyee suddenly the piercing cry Huy shes on my sand This dispute over territorial rights and spheres influence nourished of course while they shared a bedrpom but even when they got separate Jt ajss prevailed on the road especially after we had beui driving for1 long time took 2 Suddenly from the back of the car Ciune mgrtaj scream Shes on my side revealed teat Ivalhys toe dangling inuuieri the invisible Qr Amy Wjejy OVPV the such1 tense momenta the yf allput W askpd te sjvare Ujpy like pf nuts Is scanned by an electric wCnich telegraphs what it sees over lo Ihe lefthand Around that cylinder is wrapped a blank plastic And as the lathe revolves a redhot needle etches out on the plaslic Ihe message receiv ed from the electric eye on the other What the ScanAGraver means lo the local reading public is Where pictures formerly had to be sent oul of with from one to Uvo days delay in publication while waiting on the printing plat it is now possible to gel todays pictures into print As ft mailer of faol the newspaper can shoot a picture at 1 and get it into print by Stpry pf the Machine Here is the story of this re markabje machine the Scan AGraver The craft of photochemical en graving is one of comparative high skill Jn it wasnt until the 1920s forty years after Ihe first pho loengraving was printed in the New York Graphic that there were enough skilled craftsmen tp make engravings for even the big For many the use of photographs was limited to only a few of daily and 000 weekly newspapers in this the advent of picture the and other visual media making newspaper readers more and ttiore picture Editors It was a smalltown editor who got the icloa for making engravings LITTLE HOCK The Asso ciated Press yeslerday erroneous ly reported that a bill introduced in the House would give chancel lors Ihe authority lo waive blood tests and waiting period require ments for marriage licenses under certain Chancellors already havo tho The by Bryan McC Ion of Clay would reenact the present law and add a pro vision for dostruclion of certain records after a lapse of a Youth Doys at Presbyterian electronics instead of a skilled His is Waller Howey and he drew his first rough sketch of a direct engraving machine in when ho was City Editor of ho Hodge fowa Young Howey wauled lo uso Jctures of local people in his aper and it annoyed him lo have j resort to boilerplate1 pictur s people and scenes foreign to ort iladgc just to brighten up Lions Hear About School Problems Hope Lions Club heldits re gular weekly luncheon and bus iness meeting Monday noon at the Barlow Tale was in charge Iho program and presented Mrs Frank Pre sidenl of tho Oglesby and Jack President of the Hope High King spoke first and listed some needs for Hope schools They included Relief teachers for the four principals in the Hope grade a Speech Therapist for the 94 Hope children who hovo a speech a public school music equipment and supplies in the form of film charts and Lowe stated in her talk that a survey had boon made the Hope school system by the Aand that it was found that the Junior High building needed two more class rooms since tho eight class rooms aro now ac eomodaling 303 pupils in the 7th and 8th Personnel problems show that four Physical Education teachers are handling 850 Hope has three men and one woman P j It was staled that more person1 no and facilities were needed in the Jiomo Economics and Man ual Training that Ihe Biology and Chemistry Deeded supplies and just did Assemblys Youth Day will bo observed at tho Presbyterian Church Sunday with tho young people of Ihe church having entire charge of Ihe Vesper Service at five The Worship Service will in clude Call to Worship and the Lords Prayer by Bill Scripture reading by Suzanne Mc prayer by Suzanne Leaders Introduction by Bill Our Churches Pro gram for Young People by Jack The 1957 Emphasis and Thome by Sharon Foster and Tena Presbyterian jalso wont through Youth Funds at Work by Thomas Veteran Leo Boardon of Lenchviile quietly and smoothly guided the tax program to a show down and the prevailing mar gins wore about what he had pro Senate Passage of Tax Increase Mere Formality LITTLE ROCK Ml The moat important of the Legislature Orviil Faubus lax program received u resounding endorse in the Senate The upper chamber sent the HpJy tux program on its way m loss than three It now goes to tho whore a tougher tind more prolonged fight is After two hours of the voted 2H0 in favor in creasing the snJes lax from two i lo three Not a voice was raised against the broadening of the income lux base and increases in Ihe severance The voto was UOII on Ihe income lax and 340 on the severance The latlcr re quired a threefourths The clincher which blocks re consideration and the emergen cy which makes a measure effective were adopt cd on ouch A companion which allo cates the abdiliunal revenue to public the Slate welfare and other slate By LEON HATCH UriLlC HOCK House op ponents today blocked the custom arily routine second rending of orvnl Faubus bill to in crease Ihe stntc sales lax from 1 lo cents per Other bills in the governors lax program ID raise an estimated 22 million additional dollars a were road a second time without protest after Eugene Floe mnn of Mississippi the nd mniistiaUon floor leader in the House said ho had no intention of trying to call up the measures The bills pusKCd Ihe Senate yes terday and weie received by the ilnnso a suspension of the rules Is necessary to permit n Sec ond reading on the saino day the bill Isroad the This regulation customarily Is Today Dewey Sllles of Hot Spring County and Talbot Follcl of Hempstcacl County objected to the second A vole was taken and 42 members voted ugulnsl suspension of the rules and 32 for Ihe A majority of wtothirds of those or would have been rc to suspend the After Ihe rill call who vainly luirl tried to make u state ment before the vole was the He said that if the customary second rending iicrmiUod he had no intention of trying to call up thebills for ac tion before next The House then permitted sec jnd readings of Faubus proposals to increase the income tax take y lowering exemptions and to joosl the severance tax charge for removal bauxite and the sales tax oppo lents refused to rescind their stand against second reading of that The sales tax bill may now not bo road again until tomorrow at Ihe The other bills were referred to the Mouse Revenue and Taxation Committee for Lawrenpo will read Our Youth Fellowship by Gcoreanne Lowe and What Docs Our Church Say to its Young People by Gordon Bill the Closing Tho voling on the income and severalico tax measures was al rhc young people extend an mmost and cvon the yitaUon tp all lo this speakers on Iho sales lax seven for andsix said thai everyones mind already was made Except for Ihe increase from Iwo to three the sales lax would remain Iho Tho in crease is expected to produce an I addilional HI million some million of which is scheduled to Shaky Building Guards Fortune in Diamonds vice Motive of Hope Dies in Texas Tho William Jasper Hoar retired minis1 died B al his home in Daljeu H HG I The severance tax would be in ivivors include crcased 50 por rent m some resources an4 the increusu is expected to total about one mil three daughters and two Bessie Hearon of Little Rock and Pyo of El REASON WHY LOS ANGELES UP Virginia Templelon 25 was awarded a divoice yesterday after testifying that her husband be lieved in being informal at her din ner She said ho would wear no shirt nrid no Masons to Confer Degree Friday Whitfield Masonic Lodge 239 will confer a enxered apprentice de gree Friday February starling at AU Masons are All Around Town By Staff meel the requiremints of Ihe North Central January up to 7 Thursday totals siderably more than the months average pf and quite a bit of rain felj after the morn ing Friday night has ibeen designat cd Student night when Hope es on two teams from DeQueon all students will be admitted for a providing tickets aro theyll A Guidance Counselor Direilor would bo a tremendous j purchased in advace Lowe and pcrlainins to toa bo 25c at tho 4oor chcrs Hopes teachers i L receive an avpnfge salary of per year tho State av is and the nation al average is Three now membcrs were tak en into the Ralph Rowland and Garrott Willis and one reinstated Floyd Os George i a guests yf the Bonnie Routon reminds everyone lo please turn on their porch lights tonight between 7 and 8 for the Mothers March on Pyljo Friday will be Coffee and Doughnut Day at the Check ered Cafo with all money going to the polio fund Members of the Kfiwanis Club and their wives will serve coffee from to U I and from 1 to 5 thanks to and Ho new owners of the who made their establishment available for this worthy Lloyd Guerin has returned from Little Bock where he attend ed a graduate optometric confer PHILADELPHIA A small fortune in diamonds lies buried in tho center of the city Philadelphia but the shaky hulk of a burned out building guard over it like a dragon over some fairy talc The diamonds worth only part of the valuable property of six jew elry firms that was buried un der debris when one of Phila delphias worst fires collaps ed the inlerior of a four story building on Thousands ofpedestrians daily pass the rubblestrewn site at Eighth and Chestnut streets a stones throw from Gimbels department Many joke with policemen about the diamonds they are guarding under the ruins night and But its no joking matter lo the jewelry merchants mom bers of the diamond center of They are in the role knights in armor who want to challenge tho dangerous wreckage lhal stands astride the But the gity wont let them We could get our stuff out of there in an hour if we were permitted1 lo go in one of them commented after a meeting of the former They discussed salvage with the contractor hired by the pity to clear the Their slock is located in scv oral large safes scattered in what were ground floor Ouuehila College another large gift has received from Birkett Williams of a 1910 the gift in in the form of stock valued at The Weather Experiment Station report for Mhuurs ending at 7 High Low uon mches Total January pve cipitatjon FORECAST ARKANSAS with occar slojial light rain or drizzle a few thunderstorms central through tonight a few othor sections northeast thunder throujilj No important ture Py The Associated and is being added to the fund set aside to assist worthy sUidents from Garland and Hompstead counties Miss Putty Crowe of Hot a junior Memphis Marshall sophomore and jvjcw York Frank sophomore from Chicago aro recoipients of the fuilJLos Angeles year scholarship H L Pep 38 32 78 73 s 40 iSS 41 n 18 58 4g O 1Q   

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