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   Hope Star (Newspaper) - April 15, 1966, Hope, Arkansas                                Contestant Contestant Shipley Studio Photo Shipley Studio Photo BRENDA the VDEBBJE15RANTI5 dUghfter of Mrs Rav White Mr and Mrs Lincoln Contestant roedo this Contestant Weather Experiment Station report for 24honrs ending at 7 Fri High Low Arkansas Regional Forecast By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Central Arkansas Clear to partly cloudy through Saur A little warmer Cool again Low to night High Saturday mid to upper Northeast and Northwest Ar to partly cloudy through Little change in temperatures tcnight and Low tonight High Saturday Southeast and Southwest Ar to partly cloudy through Little change in temperatures tonight and Low tonight in High Saturday Forecasts ARKANSASClear to partly cloudy through Not much temperature change to night and Low to night High Saturday mostly in the LOUISIANA Generally fair through Cool again tonight with low High Saturday in the The Weather Elsewhere By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High Low clear 59 27 cloudy 70 43 cloudy 63 46 cloudy 53 37 clear 70 44 clear 48 39 cloudy 50 37 cloudy 57 44 T cloudy 55 29 cloudy 53 37 clear 63 38 Des clear 62 39 cloudy 56 33 clear 27 6 Fort clear 47 cloudy 69 46 clear 82 69 cloudy 62 35 cloudy 86 60 cloudy 41 31 Kansas clear 64 45 Los clear 70 clear 58 34 cloudy 63 39 cloudy 79 70 cloudy 49 30 cloudy 55 38 New clouy 69 60 New clear 60 41 clear 67 40 clear 61 32 clear 55 40 cloudy 91 68 clear 57 32 clear 45 37 cloidy 57 49 Rapid cloudy 60 38 clear 51 33 Salt clear 66 36 San clear 81 57 San clear 74 59 cloudy 59 49 cloudy 83 66 clear 59 36 cloudy S3 35 TTrace Arizona Fort WASHINGTON AP The Army will establish a brigade at Fort in Sep tember to train men in mechanical and other combat support HOPS Punicj fey April 1966 Obituaries Guy Card Guy a longtime Hope died Thursday at his He is survived by his Birdie Jones Card a daugh Ward of Jones two Cha lie Moss and Ethel Lase ter both of Services will be at 10 on Saturday at HerndonCornelius Chapel by the Burial will be in Shover Springs Elmer Jones Elmer Jones a re tired died Thursday in a local Survivors include his Maude two John Russell Jones of Elmer Jones of Texark Services were held at Friday at HerndonCornelius Chapel by the Will Burial was in Wilson Ceme Spain Bases Not Involved With French WASHINGTON AP The Pentagon says its decision to base jet fighter squadrons in Spain is not the result of France ordering all foreign military forces and bases from its terri A Pentagon spokesman said Thursday there now are no air squadrons in He said the decision to base three squadrons of Air Force F100 jet fighters at the Torrejon Air Base was made to lessen the strain on the Tactical Air The command has been rotat ing three squadrons of jets from the United States to Italy and The Spanish base will permit Italy and Turkey to be served by Air Force units in About 800 Air Force men from the United States will be trans ferred to the Spanish base out side Madrid by the end of this Torrejon is one of three air bases used hv the United States in The others are at Moron in southern Spain and Zaragoza in eastern Torrejon also is the base for KC135 jet tankers used to refuel B52 Spain now barts aerial refueling over its territo ry after a KC135 and a B52 col lided last Four hydro gen bombs were including one that was not recovered until last week in the Mediterranean The others were found on Spanish territory shortly after the Vermont to Import Canadian Power AP The Vermont Public S e rvice Board has approved a plan to create a corporation to import Canadian power for resale to The power would come from a facility proposed for Churchill Falls in The Negro Community Either Phone 14W of Thought Pec th6 Day A letter shows who it is writ ten to as well as the man it is written Chesterfield said Calendar of Events Tonights service at Pentecos tal Temple is sponsored by Sis ter Rosie Guest churches are Rising Star Pastor Bee Bee Memorial Pastor Elder The Inspirational Choir of Bee Bee Memorial Church will present a Musical Extra vaganza April 17 at 3 Guest choirs are Bethel Rosston Bethel Hope Ozan Ris hope Ozan Ris ing Star Zion Guest Viola Chambers Stars of Glory by the Bee Bee Senior and Inspirational choir all of Bee Be6 will also The public is Tur Pastor Priscillia Den Coming and Going Alma Knox and great Robert Earl have returned home from a vacation trip to Los and Santa where they visited her Con stance and her son James Charles Clark and fam and other Mr and Mrs Brooks Hamilton and Lurlena Barnes of were Easter holiday guests of their and Atris Obituary Funeral service for Ber nice widow of the late Lou who passed away in a local hospital April 13 will be held April at 2 at the Luke Baptist Church Inter ment in Flowers Cemetery un der the direction of Hicks Fun eral Seeks Post 2 in 14 LITTLE ROCK of Heber filed Tuesday as a Democratic candidate for state representa tive Position District in Van Buren and Faulkner an has served previously in both the Arkansas House and the Arkan sas The Cecil Alex ander of Heber has filed for Studio Photo L R Tom Hale and Ernest Booker L are shown unloading furniture into the new Collier building through one of the back Both are in the maintenance and delivery department and are members of the Baptist Church Boston Again Bans Busing of Students By HOLCOMB NOBLE BOSTON AP Boston School Committee has again voted to ban busing as a way to end racial imbalance in public and the action cost the city million in state educa tion The funds were cut off as of today by the Massachusetts Board of Education on reeom mendaiton of Education Com missioner Owen Commissioner Kiernan is using dictator tactics to force the Boston School Committee to betray the trus tof thousands of voters who elected them on the chief issue that there would Dd no busing of their William school said before the 50 vote was taken Thursday The threeyearold dispute involves the quality of schools in the predominantly Negro Rox bury It has led to two oneday school boycotts and a civil rights protest march of some Louise Day former school committee who is still a committee mem said today there can be no suitable plan to ending racial imbalance in the It cant be she Lees scatteration plan is the only Spines Kill Sharks Porcupine fish often admin ister justice Sharkshave been killed when the porcupines spines punc tured their after they had eaten the Canadas Urbanity Despite its largely populated Canada showed an urban population percentage of in according to the Encyclopae dia Yours absolutely FREE hybrid tea rose bush op fulliiie rose busMrom one of ha nations eadng with every 1gallon of famous BPSVINABOND interior latex wall Beautiful decorator colors Its spring Time to to With every gallon of quickdrying EPS latex wall paint you get a beautiful hybrid tea rose bush to bloom this Paint every room in the plant a whole rose FREE I Vina Bond comes in exactly the colors you Easy to apply on all dry EPS semigloss enamel trims to ACT NOW Offer good for limited time City Lumber Company North Main Street DOUBLE DIVIDEND Elegance by Price by Shipley studio Photo Shipley Studio Photo KELLY daughter of MARY daughter of GrfdTy and YoSS Jr ltle Rodeo la one of the Queen Fnday and THE DOCTORS MAILBAG Vision Adjusts Gradually After Cataract Removal BY WAYNE Newspaper Enterprise Service to the community A colleague of ours tells this On Saturdays he sells dimes lOc Seems the neighborhood movie is next The kids stop in before the show for dimes the vending machines in the A lot of our business is like to the com Glad to do Because were conveniently located and open long were a handy place to pick up change or a bottle of But a pharmacists true service to his community is to be a reliable source of the drugs and medi cations your physician Thats the real reason were And we are always pleased to serve WARD SON DRUG e 134 Service Street PR 793 soon after a suc cessful cataract removal is sight restored to the eye is customary to keep the eye bandaged tor about 10 days after such an opera When the bandage is re vision is restored but may be distorted due to the loss of the In some per this can be corrected by wearing a contact lens in ad dition to the glasses previ ously In those who are unable to wear a contact there is a gradual readjust ment of binocular vision with a change in the prescribed it possible success fully to remove a cataract from an eye that has already had a detached retina The retina and the lens are completely separate it possible to remove a cataract by freezing instead of cutting is possible by freez ing instead of The use of a subfreezing extractor has several advantages over the older method but it does not the necessity of cutting through the hard outer capsule of the time I take two or three aspirins for a dark red blotches appear on my What can I do for this persons who are hy persensitive to such a rash is This is a mild form of aspirin poison ing rather than a true Most persons who take aspirin for minor complaints take two or three when they would get a better result with less danger of poisoning if they took only one tablet and re peated the dose not oftener than every four Of much larger doses are needed in the treatment of arthritis or rheumatic If you use the smaller and still get a you should switch to another aspirin cause an increase in blood pressure and it will not lower it here any danger in taking buffered aspirin and Darvon together three times a day for years They relieve the backache and discomfort I have with a prolapsed My doctor says an op eration is the only way to correct it but he will not do this because of my I am two drugs can be taken together but it is un usual for anyone to need Age alone is no longer a valid reason to refuse thanks to im proved surgical technique and modern preand post tend your and comment to Wgyne in cart of thii While Srcnditadt cannit onjwer indi vidual letters he 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