Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on August 21, 1974 · Page 5
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Wednesday, August 21, 1974 MOPE (ARK.) StAtt Page Five —Clyde Davis photo CHARLES E. SHARPE JR. JOE EASON First National Bank makes 2 promotions Announcement of promotions of two officers at First National Bank of Hope has been made by Thomas E. Hays Jr., president of the bank. Charles E. Sharpe Jr. was named vice-president at a recent board meeting with Joe Eason being named assistant vice-president. Sharpe, a Texarkana, Arkansas native, has been associated with the First National Bank of Hope since 1965. His promotion to assistant cashier was made in 1966 and he was named assistant vice- president in 1970. Sharpe received his BSBA degree at the University of Arkansas and is a 1969 graduate of the Southwestern Graduate School of Banking at SMU. Since that time he has served as treasurer, vice-president, and president of the Junior Section of the Arkansas Bankers Association. He has also served a group four coordinator of the section of the Economic Education Program. Sharpe has served as treasurer, vice-president, and president of the Hope Hempstead Chamber of Commerce and is currently serving on the board of the Hempstead County Industrial Foundation. He is a member of the Hope Lions' Club and a member-at- large of the Caddo Area of the Council of the Boy Scouts of America. Sharpe, a Methodist, is married to the former Diane Elrod of Texarkana. The couple have two children. Joe Eason, new vice- president at First National, is presently serving as loan officer in the Installment Loan Division. He has been associated with the First National Bank since 1966. During this time he has served as economic education chairman for group four of the Arkansas Bankers Association, Junior Section. He has also served as parliamentarian of the Junior Section of the Arkansas Bankers Association and is currently serving as group four representative of the Executive Council of the Arkar.sas Bankers Association. Eason is a graduate of Hendrix College in Conway and is a 1972 graduate of the Southwestern Graduate School of Banking at SMU in Dallas. He is a member of the Hope Lions' Club and is currently serving as a member of the administrative board of the First United Methodist Church of Hope. Eason is married to the former Wanda Tharp of Dermott. The couple have two children, Greg 4, and Maria 2. Mediation suggested LITTLE ROCK (AP) - The strike by 300 employes of the city of Little Rock, including sanitation department workers, entered its 10th day today with union officials suggesting federal mediation of the dispute. City Manager Carlton McMullin has declared the employment of the strikers terminated because of three unauthorized absences by the workers. The city is preparing to issue final paychecks Friday. Jeane Lambie, president of State Council 38 of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employes, sent a telegram to city officials Tuesday suggesting mediation. It asked the city to join with tfee union in requesting the help in ending the strike. McMullin said he had not had time to consider the telegram and respond to Mrs. Lambie. LEGAL NOTICE ORDINANCE NO. 931 AN ORDINANCE TO BE ENTITLED: "AN ORDINANCE APPROVING A SCHEDULE OF RATE CHANGES AS PROVIDED FOR IN PARAGRAPH 7-b OF THE FRANCHISE AGREEMENT, DATED FEBRUARY 9, 1966, BETWEEN THE CITY OF HOPE, ARKANSAS, AND THE HOPE COMMUNITY T. V., INC., AN ARKANSAS CORPORATION OF HOPE, ARKANSAS, AND FOR OTHER SAID PURPOSES. WHEREAS, Paragraph 7-b of franchise agreement dated February 9, 1966, between the City of Hope, Arkansas, and The Hope Community T. V., Inc., an Arkansas Corporation of Hope, Arkansas, provided for the manner and procedure for increasing the rates charged; and, WHEREAS, said Hope Community T. V., Inc., did, as provided in said franchise agreement, prepare rate changes as provided for in paragraph 7-b of said franchise agreement; and, WHEREAS, several hearings and two public hearings, after public notice thereof, were conducted by the Board of Directors of the City of Hope, Arkansas; and, WHEREAS, The Board of Directors, after careful consideration of said proposed rate changes and a review of the evidence of a marked improvement of the services provided city-wide, by said Hope Community T. V., Inc., does conclude it will be in the best interest of said Hope Community T. V., Inc., its customers, and the City of Hope, Arkansas, that said proposed rate changes be approved as proposed and set forth herein. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED By the City Board of Directors of the City of Hope, Arkansas: Section I: That paragraph 7 (a) of the franchise agreement dated February 9, 1966, as ammended, between the City of Hope, Arkansas, and the Hope Community T. V., Inc., an Arkansas Corporation of Hope, Arkansas, be ammended to read as follows: 7 (a) All rates and charges exacted by the Licensee shall be fair, reasonable, just, and uniform; and the following schedule of charges and matters pertaining thereto, shall become effective September 1, 1974: (a-1) Original installation charge — $25.00. (a-2) Underground installations, cost of labor and materials. (a-3) Monthly maintenance and service charge: a. If paid by the 10th of each month — $5.95. b. If paid after the 10th of each month — $6.50. (a-4) Installation charge for additional outlets after original installation — $10.00. (a-5) Monthly maintenance and service charge for each additional outlet after original outlet — $1.95. (a-6) Reconnection charge — $7.50. (Plus any past due maintenance and service charges and one month's maintenance and service charge in advance.) (a-7) Moving fee (Installation charge after original installation charge has been paid for moving to a different address) — $10.00. (a-8) Moving fee (At same address) — $7.50. (a-9) Commerial rates: a. Monthly maintenance and services Charge - First Outlet — $10.00. b. Monthly maintenance and service charge - Each Additional Outlet - $1.95. c. Original installation charge where customer does not own distribution system — Cost of labor and materials. d. Installation charge for additional outlets — Cost of labor and materials. (a-10) ANNUAL DISCOUNT PLAN - After all installation charges have been paid, a Five Percent (5 percent) Discount will be allowed on maintenance and service charges to any subscriber who pays one (1) year's service in full in advance. Section il. All ordinances and parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed. Section!!!: !t is ascertained and determined that the proposed fates and charges should be approved immediately for the orderly growth, development, and service in the City of Hope provided by the Hope Community T. V., Inc.; therefore, this ordinance being necessary for the peace, safety, and welfare of the inhabitants of said city, this ordinance shall take effect and be in full force from and after the passage and approval hereof. Dr. Sam W. Strong Mayor ATTEST: Sally Andrews, City Clerk-Treasurer Passed and approved this 13 day of August, 1974. Published in the Hope Star this 21 day of August, 1974. Aug. 21, 1974 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF HEMPSTEAD COUNTY, ARKANSAS THE SECRETARY OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT and CHARLES R. JONES, TRUSTEE, Plaintiffs vs. TROCIE DUNN, JR. and SARAH LEE DUNN, his wife, Defendants No. E-74-91 NOTICE OF COMMISSIONER'S SALE Notice is hereby given, that in pursuance of the authority and directions contained in the Order of the Chancery Court of Hempstead County, Arkansas, made and entered on August 6, 1974 in a certain cause (No. E- 74-91) then pending therein between The Secretary of Housing and Urban Development and Charles R. Jones, Trustee, and Trocie'Dunn, Jr. and Sarah Lee Dunn, his wife, Defendants, the undersigned as Commissioner of this Court will offer for sale at public venue to the highest bidder at the East door or entrance of the County Courthouse of Hempstead County, Arkansas, at 10:00 a.m. on September 19, 1974, the following described real estate, to-wit: The North 24 feet of Lot Seven •(7) andtall of Lot Eight (8), <Block Twenty-Eight (28) in E. C. Brown Extension to Hempstead Heights Addition to the City of Hope, Hempstead County, Arkansas. Terms of Sale: On a credit of three months, the purchaser being required to execute a bond as required by law and the order and decree of said Court in said cause, with approved security, bearing interest at the rate of six (6) 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 this 16 day of August, 1974. Leona Cole Commissioner In Chancery Aug. 21, 28; Sept. 4, 11; 1974 Shields finishes course Doyle Shields of Hope is now a "master district salesman" with the Ralston Purina Company after completing a second headquarters training school in St. Louis, Missouri, last month. Graduation exercises were held July 26, 1974. Shields and 32 other district salesmen with the Chow Division were selected to attend the school as a regular means of updating the feed salesmen across the nation. "Through the Master Sales School we have learned the importance of telling the nutrition story to the American farmer and rancher. It becomes more apparent every day that high-quality food is top priority in this country and around the world. A complete program of feeding, breeding, management and disease control is a necessity if fanners and ranchers are going to meet the demands placed on them for more meat, milk and eggs," Shields said after his return. Doyle Shields has been employed with the world's largest feed manufacturing company since September, 1967, and was assigned to his present district in September, 1969. He is in charge of distribution and sales for a district comprised of eight local counties. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That in pursuance of the authority and directions contained in the decretal order of the Chancery Court of Hempstead County, Arkansas, made and entered on the 8th day of August, 1974, in a certain cause then pending therein between Sue Stone Hardy, Plaintiff, and James .R. Cole and Mrs. James R. Cole, his wife, and Martha A. Cole, Defendants, the undersigned, as Commissioner of said Court, will offer for sale at public vendue 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, on Wednesday, the 4th day of September, 1074, at 10:00 a.m., the following described real estate situated in Hempstead County, Arkansas, to-wit: Lot Two (2) in Block Four (4) in Beverly Hills Addition to the City of Hope, Arkansas, subject to the first mortgage in favor of Hope Federal Savings & Loan Association. TERMS OF SALE: On a credit of three months, the purchaser being required to execute a bond as required by law and the decree of said court in said cause, with approved security, 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 this 12 day of August, 1974. -s- Leona Cole Commissioner Aug. 14, 21; 1974 —Shop in Hope. U.S. intends to recover items from Nixon homes WASHINGTON (AP) - The government is going to re-examine all publicly financed items installed in Richard M. Nixon's Florida and California homes with an eye to recovering what it profitably can, according to the head of the General Services Administration. Arthur F. Sampson said his agency will "look at every item" installed while Nixon was President, and then decide what should be done with them now. From Nixon's 1968 election until mid-1973, the government put $1,156,075 worth of equipment and capital improvements into Nixon's homes at San Clemente, Calif., and Key Biscayne, Fla. Other, larger sums were spent on adjacent offices and administrative facilities. Sampson said on Tuesday the examination will be to "determine what is in the best interest of the federal government." He said it wouldn't be in the government's interest to dig up $3,000 worth of wiring if the salvage value was only a few dollars. But other items no longer needed and easily removed could be reclaimed. The GSA was heavily criticized when details of its spending at Nixon sites emerged through news reporting and congressional hearings during 1973. The government claimed most of the expenditures were required for security protection. Sampson said he is considering what to do at Key Biscayne if Nixon sells either or both of his homes there. As President, Nixon used one house for a vacation residence and the second for an office. The government leased two others in the compound for administrative and security offices. "We are looking at those leases now," said Sampson. He believes the government would have to do some work to restore the homes for residential use. But he said he believes the government would not be obligated to do any work at the home Nixon used for an office. He said security protection continues at Key Biscayne the same as when Nixon was President. As long as security requirements continue, many of the government-financed installations at Nixon's homes may have to be retained. He said Nixon's aides have expressed informally Nixon's intent to make the former Western White House compound at San Clementc his per- manent office. Nixon is entitled to office support funds for six months under the Presidential Transition Act, then for the remainder of his life under the Former Presidents Act. His three principal aides now working in San Clemente are still on White House salaries. Nixon is entitled to $450,000 for other expenses of his presidential transition, but the money hasn't been appropriated yet. As a result, there's been no money available to buy stationery to answer more than 200,000 letters sent to San Clemente, Sampson said. After six months, Nixon will be entitled to $96,000 a year for salaries of aides. He additionally will receive allowances for office space, postage, some travel and some communications. Bronze going fast The Centennial broze coins are selling at a brisk rate. More than 300 were sold in the first month. Albert Patton, president of the Hempstead County Antique Collectors Club, has announced that at least 100 of the bronze coins will be put aside for sale in the climax week of the Centennial—August 17 to 23, 1975. The bronze sell for $2.95 and many are now being worn as necklaces by the ladies of Hope. It is anticipated that some may be used as watch fobs when men start to wear vests and carry watches. The last 50 silver coins are now being minted and 25 will be available for sale. Twenty-five others are pledged to those in line when the first ones sold in July. As of August 16, only four gold coins remained available for the public. Some have been set aside for the museum and executive committee use for dignitaries. Mitch LaGrone, finance chairman, reminds those who have paid their $100 to claim their gold coin in the near future so they can be closed out. FABRIFIC FABRIC CENTER ONE CENT SALE SEW AND SAVE WHERE PENNIES ADD UP TO DOLLARS CHOOSE FROM THESE BIG GROUPS AND BUY ONE AT | REGULAR PRICE WHICH MEANS THE SECOND ONE I COSTS YOU JUST ONE CENT. BUTTONS LACE ELASTIC FANTASTIC SAVINGS ON ASSORTED FABRICS THOUSANDS OF YARDS OF FINE FABRICS REDUCED FOR CLEARANCE TO MAKE ROOM FOR FALL.SAVE. BUY ONE YARD AT THE ALREADY LOW REGULAR PRICE AND ONE PENNY BUYS I ANOTHER ALL FULL TRIMS l c SALE BOLTS NOW AT 1 FABRIFICS I SALE SAVINGS ON • POLYESTER THREAD • FELT SQUARES • ALL BELTS • SELECTED BOOKS BUY ONE REGULAR PRICE SECOND ONE SAME PRICE ONLYT BIG SELECTION NOTIONS BUY ONE AT REGULAR PRICE AND SECOND AT SAME PRICE ] COSTS YOU JUST 1 C <AM> 60 " WIDE FANCIES, SOLIDS, JAQUARDS, WILLS, DIAGONALS AND MANY MORE. GORGEOUS COLORS AND DESIGNS PLUS YEAR ROUND WEIGHTS AND HEAVY WEIGHTS f OK YOUR SEWING ENJOYMENT in ) <>\t > tun 11 HI <.i i n< run f BUY SECOND YARD FASHIO ZIPPERS Buy one at regular price. A PENNY FOR YOUR THOUGHTS AND IF YOU ARE THINKING OF SAVING DOLLARS NOW'S THE TIME TO DO IT AT OUR BIG ONE CENT SALE. SAVE ON ALL STOCK UP NOW ON THESi NECESSARY ITEMS. 1 FOR YARD BEADS JEWELRY ENTIRE STOCK I REDUCED BUY ONE |FOR REGULAR PRICF BUY SECOND FOR r FABRIFIC FABRIC CENTERS SATISFACTION GUARANTEED HOPE VILLAGE SHOPPING CENTER

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