Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on August 15, 1974 · Page 9
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 9

Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 15, 1974
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rhursda.V, August 15, 1074 (ARK.) STAR Hopesfuderih 'safari f'i-^4 . AV; ••*!£?-->-..! limn» Reader Railroad 1 * 6Jd engines are parked down at roundhouse on the backside of Reader, Arkansas, located about 20 miles southeast of prescott.' ; Recently, a group of Hope High School students on a picture-taking "safari" found Mayor Edward Turner, Mrs. Susan Benton, his secretary, and Marshal W* S. Smith eager to talk railroads and assist them. , . Mayor Turner, who manages the Interests of the Reader Railroad for owner Tom I/ing, said a few more thousand dollars is needed to yet up steam for the train to operate once more. Plans are in the making to restore the old town as a •:.!,-,' 'l"H> Untfisl, attraction • N.ji.'a a short track for ,-i train ride. As Mayor Turned said, "U is Of historical interest HM! iff out" {tart of the world," • ;ht :tov railroad ties Erofn the old tracks arc being sold t6 Veep up the tfato. , . - The Marshal ftas a personal interest in the railfdad, He worked Witftf 54 years aftd* months. Now, he guards the engines which are patkcsd just a few yards behind his house. Trial-jury. deliberat es PIKE BLUFF, Ark. (AP) A Jefferson County Circuit Court Jury U to ?*ufn* dellb-. erationa this morning in the murder trial of Arthur Let Bdt« any,,86, of Pii« Bluff. 'iK» jury dfllihcrated two : - :rs p.nd 25 minutes Wedrics« , »• !iif!ht without rednhins a :-:-hiS. and, at : li:3& ;>.m, .id.;i: Randall WUHauiK in- structed the jurors to resume deliberations thin morning. . Botany was charged with a capital felony in the Feb. 6 shooting death of k. B. Allen, 55, a Pine Bluff shoe store own* cc. Allen was killed during an Botany was the last of three .men to stand trial'in the slay* ing of Allen. QENERAL REVENUE SHARING ACTUAL USE REPORT IBM HOPE STUDENTS VISITED the Reader Railroad recently. They are, first row, Margie Reyenga, Robin Davis, Betty Neville, Cherrie Scoggins; second row, Clay Davis, Paul Patton, Mrs. Mary Nell Turner, Kathy —Clyde Davis photo Willmon, Barbara Martin, Phil Russell, Anita Hoggard, Karen Bradley, W. S. Smith, Barbie Hendrix, Mrs. Susan Benton, Mayor Edward Turner. Classified continued (Continued from Page Six) Businessman ropes steers for relaxation 83 A. Pets [80. Motorcycles ITHIS WEEK'S SPECIAL: Ten- Percent discount on Lakewood (guaranteed unbreakable for LIFE!) Cycle cables. I Gopher Cycles. 7778909. IWWtc 82. Pianos, Organs WURLITZER PIANOS', ORGANS. Buy, Sell, Trade. Also, tuning & repair. House of Music, 219 Main. 777-3095. 7-26-tf MA. Pets DOG - 11 MONTHS, MALE. Registered black and white Cocker Spaniel. Call 896-2308 after 6:00 p.m. 8-13-tf I WILL SELL my Squirrel Dog. A. B. Mhoon. Inquire at Mhoon's Jewelers. 777-2151. 8-15-2tp 84. Sporting Equipments 1965 OVERHEAD CAMPER. Very good condition. $850.00. Call 983-2288. 8-10-6tc ••••••••••••••••••*•••••''***' 85. Wearing Apparel NEW ARRIVALS - JUNIOR AND MISSES Jeans, Tops, Pantsuits, Dresses. Also have Sale Rack. Open until 8:30 and Sunday afternoon. Bonnies Dress Shop - Bodcaw. Come Browse. 8-8-lmc CALDWELL, Idaho (AP) — Some businessmen like to play golf or slip away to a beach home for relaxation. But not Malcolm Baldrige Jr., board chairman of the Scovill Manufacturing Co. of Waterbury, Conn., which employs 21,000 persons in making items ranging from appliances to thimbles. He relaxes by roping steers on the professional rodeo circuit. Baldrige dons faded blue jeans, a dirty wrinkled shirt and a crumpled cowboy hat and sits on a fence railing—just like all the other professional cowboys. When his number is called, he mounts his horse and rides off to rope an elusive steer. Baldrige, 52, competes in about 10 rodeos a year. He says he enjoys the change from business life. "I try to make as many rodeos as I can, but it's a little hard wedging them in sometimes," Baldrige said. "I've got to kind of plan ahead to get on them. If I'm on a business trip out West and there's a rodeo somewhere around that weekend, I make it.' Thl» Is to inform you ol your. gownnwi.i ; should b« spent. TMI i|OVIIINM«Nt Of cnv p«ym«nt» loltling ACTUAL EXPENDITURES Jum Mb ACCOUMTNO. 04 2 029 001 2 ENVIRONMENTAL rnoucTioN 3 PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION 7 SOCIAL SERVICES FORAOEDORPOOR I FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION I MULTIPURPOSE AND GENERAL GOVT. (M «KV<t«olJui««>0, 1175 11 HOUSING i COMMUNITY DEVtLOPMtNl HI l>mrnm Mitrt-q fund. Amlnd *«m My 1. 1971 |VW«), JufW 30, U74..S 13 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT I*) loW.llCn.rwd 14) (I) ToW AHMUltl III MlfW«M«IJuM3e. 1174 NONDISCMMINATION BEaiJIMMlNlV. HAVE HIM MET III CERTIFICATION: I Mltity tlut I <n th. Cf .1 eiMul'M Ol*> wild nwiot to Do «mrt'«ni»it fM«d> r«x»tt.i Swrav I o«ll\ •* br* not Imn \m* In vlotrVm ol »!ii».ili«, Phone records bill introduced I OPEN 9-9 MC^ THRU SAT HYWAY4 NORTH PRICES GOOD THURSDAY-SATURDAY WASHINGTON (AP) - Sen. Gaylord Nelson, D-Wis., proposed legislation today to require a court subpoena before a government agency could obtain records of anyone's telephone calls. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That in pursuance of the authority and directions contained in the order of the Probate Court of Hempstead County, Arkansas, made and entered on August 8,1974, in the matter of the Estate of Edna Turner, deceased, the undersigned, as Administratrix of said estate, will offer for sale at public outcry to the highest and best bidder, at the front door or entrance to the Court House in the City of Hope in Hempstead County, Arkansas, within the hours for judicial sales, on Wednesday, the 4th day of September, 1974, the following described real estate situated in Hempstead County, Arkansas, to-wit: The Northeast Quarter of the Northeast Quarter (NEV4 NEy 4 ) of Section Two (2), Township Fourteen (14) South, Range Twenty-five (25) West, containing 40 acres, more or less. TERMS OF SALE: On a credit of three months, the purchaser being required to execute bond as required by law and the decree of said court in said cause, with approved surety thereon, bearing interest at the rate of 10 per cent per annum from date of sale until paid, and a lien being retained on the premises sold to secure the payment of the purchase money. GIVEN under my hand on this 8th day of August, 1974. Leona Cole Commissioner Aug. 15, 22, 29; 1974 His bill also would require the agency seeking the records to notify the telephone subscriber unless this would impede a criminal investigation. In addition, Nelson said a telephone company would be barred from responding to the subpoena for at least 10 days to give the subscriber a chance to raise legal objections to disclosure of his telephone calls. Nelson said legislation of this nature is necessary to protect individual privacy and free speech. Under present law, disclosure of telephone records is permitted on demand of "lawful authority" without any requirement that the individual involved be notified, he said. "Reports have revealed that telephone companies throughout the country have secretly provided various governmental agencies and officials with the telephone records of thousands of individuals," Nelson said. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF HEMPSTEAD COUNTY, ARKANSAS MAX COMBS, PLAINTIFF VS. NOMIA JANE COMBS, DEFENDANT NO. E-74-169 WARNING ORDER The Defendant, NOMIA JANE COMBS, is hereby warned to appear in this Court within thirty (30) days and Answer the Complaint of the Plaintiff, MAX COMBS, and upon her failure to do so, said Complaint will be taken as confessed. WITNESS my hand as Clerk of the Chancery Court of Hempstead County, Arkansas, and the seal of said Court, this 5th day of August, 1974. Leona Cole Chancery Clerk Bonnie Lively D.C. August 15, 22, 29; September 5; 1974 (f)Th, MW| PWM MM bM« »<Mt«4 VIM • itnen IM» kwn wUlth»4 In • IMd M<MIMI>« ol <cn* McuiiKqint il* <e*uiiu c* Mik ra»«n WHERI YOU'U FIND WHAT YOU'RE LOOKING FOR ...FOR USS! SHOP AND SAVE WITH HOWARD'S CLEARANCE DISCONTINUED COLORS "LUCITE" PAINTS LIMITED SELECTION- BIG SAVIN( SAVINGS SEJJCT GROUP OF COLORS- VUHUE THEY LAST. QU AN miS LIMITED •SORRY NO RAINCHICKS 4$** REG, 2.77 LUCITE EXTERIOR PAINT REG-3.57 HOWARDS SPECIAL ^ PRICE ^*i QUART $OOO REG. 9.97 HOWARDS SPECIAL PRICE 1 GALLON LUCITE FLOOR PAINT HOWARDS SPECIAL GAL LUCITE WALL PAINT QUART HOWARDS SPECIAL PRICE .„.„ GAllON $coo tj GAL. ^^H^^^ HOWARDS SPECIAL PAINT MASTER 5JW 2" PAINT BRUSH \ BLUE HANDLE HOWARDS tl07 SPICIAl ^ I *JL m fin i P«KE REG. 1.59 LUCITE HOUSE PAINT r REG. 3.57 HOWARDS SPECIAL PRICE QUART $900 m OT - GALLON REG. f.97 HOWARDS £ g AA 5PKIAI «PJ%W PRICE \M OAl. PAINT WASTER 200 3" PAINT BRUSH BROWN HANDLE HOWARDS LUCITE INTERIOR ENAMEL RIG. 3.99 HOWARDS SPECIAL PRICE QUART $900 REG. 9.47 GALLON HOWARDS SPECIAL PRICE GAL. HOZ.OMfTtn CAULKING COMPOUND HOWARDS SPfCIAl iBBBBBBQBgOPPP'

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