Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 24, 1974 · Page 2
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Page Tw« HOPE fARK > STAR Tlittrsday, October J4, I9t4 Forecast for Fridav: » partly cloudy, mild Bj Tb» At*«d»ted Pre*i Th* N •&. wraJ Weather Sen ha< kcecas*. parthj- ckrad? • 40 c^i-en « i.f of th* r,3 en* er " r , *T ihs j£h Friday »i$h iers arvi a fen- P J ?. ^jfTTi; in Northwest Ariaro&s.. A '.har/':* of shew en y*•-.«;' over ;he sUHe '•J'joiaj . rxr"..r«--; piaira is ca '.is A hteh pntrssst't corjUrraes to ;*~*x sowers ard Hope Star Tbartdar. Od*b*r 14. 1*74 SUr H*pe 1»; Prew B57 Jwtry tt, B2J ever>" «~eek - day *f Tb* Sur Bailing, 22-234 S. WifcMt S., rfope, Ark. TiWJ. P.O. Box «•« Telepfcaoe: Area »1; Itop« 777- 34X1. £.:'&±'.« of a few i. ~ eSfi, toda ay. pcvtage paid ct Hope Ark. By STAR PUBUSHf>*G CO. AkxH- WMfcfam, Pr*ddesl cad Ldttw a.",:' J cr>»si»r o . 5; a'. Hi.'12 e'. F'jr. Sr^lh arid ^ Ma nieaioneB: PaoJ Jooei, HKitgiag Editor I.V72I. E^UriaJ — Dorodry WincheJ Qty Editor Mrs. AK»Ue Rsfm Women 'f Hews Editor Food, FU&OODS, Society R.v?er Head Rj.o*j>--F eater** Mrs, Esther Htdu. H 24 r,or* tr . h.rr; 75. kw 4.1- Associsied Preris HilJ5 Prc Odi Mrs. S*b»l Parsons Asvertian* Virginia HJLKOU AsaocLst* Mrs. Judy Fo!ey Clas&ifted Ctrrai«tl<»-CJd. Rogers, Jr Qrcuialion Director Mrs. Alice Kate Baker, Bookkeeper General M.-v Phala Roberts Mrs Teddy Thurman Associate Meduutfeal Department — D.E. Allen, Mechanical Superintendent «nd Head Pressman Denny Lewaikn, Pressman George Smith. Jr., Pressman Judy Gray Foreman Janice Miller. Mrs. Millie Shotts, Mrs. Dortha Faye Huokabee, Mrs. JoAnn Cooper. Member of the Audit Burea 1 : 4 Circulations Member of the Associated Press. The Associated Press is entitled exclusively to the use for repubUcation of all tbe local news printed in this newspaper, -is well as all Ah 1 news oos- pitches. Member of tne Southern Newspaper Publishers Aa'n. and the Arkansas Press Ass'n. National advertising representatives: Arkansas Dailies, Inc., 3387 •Poplar Ave., Memphis, Tena. •SI1H; »fO Hartford Bldg., Dallas, Texas 75201; 400 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago, ID. SC601; SO E. 4tod St., New York, N.Y. 10017; 1276 Penobscot 3Wg., Detroit. Mich, U226; Terrace BWg., 1411 Blvd.. Oklahoma £5ty, 73106. Singk Copy lOc SabteripttM Bate* 'Payable in advance) By Carrier in Hope and neighboring towns— Per Week 45c Per Calendar Month J1.96 Per Year .Office only C3.40 By mail in Hempst^ad, Sevsoa, Lafayette, Howerd, Pike aad dark Counties— One Month |i.jt Ttirte Months $3.15 Six Months $9.7$ On* Year $11.00 All other Mail in Arkansas One Month fl.TP $3.90 $7.10 Oo,e Year f 13.00 All Other Mail Out&de Arkansas Goe Month $1.80 Three Months $4.76 Six Months $«.« One Year $16.60 College Student Bargain Albany Albu 'qj'. Amanlk' .ViCfX-Tite Asberili* Atlanta BirrrJr.gha.T; Busrnarck EVMS* BrjA'jr. 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Burial was in D>-Lc.h" Mrs McRoy d:« rnornifiij in a Preston She was a native of P:kc County, arid a member of irie Method ii i Chiirch Survivors inciudc -hree daughters, Mrs Ehs H.li jt McCaikili, Mrs. .-tr'-i* iie-war 1 . of Prtoc-o'.i. arid Mrs Fned Weils of Arkadeiphia: four iijters Mzi Crafe Rarucin of Roy, Ark , Mrs Opal Sandeni of , Mr; Jane Mc- of Texa. r k.ari<j. and Mr;.. Koao SuJhva/, of Murfree»Loro; 10 ^ran-iciMilrcii; 21 jjrea'.-^randcruidrcr.: and tc-i- $7.75 Ttifc average ;j..'in j c/v hus 13 duu whi'sfct-fi ;>J square inch on hi:; i:r...-.-M 580 per square incr. .,r: chin Wednesday, Thursday are Senior Days ri t«p. -JJE Lions propose future community projects MORE THAN 2W Hope High school students turned out for "Senior Day" activities Wednesday at Red River Vocational-Technical school. Hundreds more from the surrounding area are expected today. Skill contests were conducted yesterday in each of the 10 training areas offered at the school, and certificates presented to the winners. Students were divided into groups, and each group was taken All Around Town .Sy The Stir Stiff. AN7TUAL BANQUET The Disabled American Veterans wiH bold tbeir annual banquet supper for members and wives at the American L&gion Hat in Nashville at 7:30 PJD., October 26. There will be band entertainment. DONATED BLOOD Navy Storekeeper Seaman William R- Jamison, son of Mr. arid ?-lr£. Billy F. Jamison of Route 1, Nashville. a ere win ember of the USS Blue Ridge bomeported in San Diego, donated blood recently in a drive sponsored for "honorary shipmate" John Marsh of La Mesa, Calif. John, who is a hemophiliac, requires 50(1 pints of blood annually. To help fulfil! this need, the men of the amphibious command ship "adopted" John, and have donated 306 pints of blood. A 1971 graduate of Nashville High School, Jamison joined the Navy in February 1973. ROBINSON RE-ENLISTS Sergeant Charles D. Robinson, son of Mrs. Erma I, Morrison of Hope, Ark., has reenlisted in the U.S. Air Force after being selected for career status. Sergeant Robinson, a communications center specialist at Los Angeles Air Force Station, Calif., was approved for re-enlistment by a board which considered his character and job performance. He is assigned to a LBiit of the Air Force Communications Service. The sergeant, a 1968 graduate of Blevins High School, attended Compton i Calif.) Junior College and the University of Maryland Far East Division in Thailand. RECEIVES BADGE Sieve Mross, son of Mr. and Mrs. Theron Mross of East Sixth Street, was one of five Cub Scouis who received wolf badges a: the regular meeting of Den 1, Pack 92. Tbe wolf ~~ a scout's second rank ft merit after be fulfills several requirements oa his way to bfcci3rrang a 605- Scoot. The Pack meeting was held at the borne of Jim aod Iris Slagfe, cubmaster and den leader. IN FOREIGN FIELDS In ihe October 10 issues of Arkansas Baptist Nevrsmagazi/ie Mrs. John F. Anthony and little daughter Allison are pictured or, a shopping trip in Israel wbere the Anthonys are Southern Baptisi missionaries. They were also the subject of an article written by Mrs. James W. Smith a missionary, stationed in Ashkekm, Israel Mrs. Smith, related what can happen to a new missionary f ouple, such as the Anthonys, in lh«:ir first 100 days on the field. thousands of miles from their native home. NEW POSITION Floyd Young, who has been v/iih the Hope Schools for the pas'. 10 years as a counselor and teacher, has accepted a position with the Arkansas State Department of Education. He v, :l! be- a super/isor of guidance .sen ices and GED coordinator for the Slate. Young is a member of the City Board of directors, a member of the K-!»ariis Club, and is an active member of the Rising Siar Rapti=t Church. He and his farruiv plan to continue living in Hope.' YARDS OF MONTHS Yard oi the Month awards are announced by Mrs. J.H. Gunter. chairman of the Hope CoiLr.cii Yard of Month. They are Lilac: Mr. and Mrs. Marion Williams, South Hervey St. Ins: Mr. and Mrs Fred Ellis, 404 N. McRae St. Rose: Mr. and Mrs. Neal Smith, Country Dnve. A number of Yard of Month signs are missing and therefore Gardenia Club could not place theirs. If any signs are found other than at those addresses listed above, please call 4590 or 4401. 7th grader describes fatal bus-train crash Ga. <AP, — r. •• e r. Uxjy i iar led hoi lehng Tri-rr. I t/jijed oui a bunch of *..v>y*i a/jd tned to help oih- •rf- '>-:. said a voung passe n= er iii a sr.hooi bus that was su r -uck- £.•>• a irain. Seven crai- rcf. were kilied and more ihan •'.hildrtn were treated ana re- ieasod from Rockrnart-AraHon Hoip/ial Only three of the 78 passengers apparently escaped injury, a hospital spokesman The : -*i. '« Tr*c bus stopped, and trfc :rain was gotng to le - . >:-5 iTifOu^n ar.-j '.hen ihe irain hr. ^ soia Hobby Duke a scv- •.•n'.ri-4radcr ai Rockm.ar; J ; _n:x Hi^h Svhool. The child & :. r i: r.-ai next lo Bobby 'ird :r>- out a VHTJOOW ai o»v«i'n lie dnver, Billy Kelieti. a :n shoc'k ai the hospital -.-i-jay night and was - '.o describe how thr ac- ixcurred. officials said. rri M. Wcrstcrman, su- Tident of the Georgia Di- of the Southern Railway, work train was backing Crtrtwevn 5 and 8 miles an v-hcn the caboose struck nc -Jcaci wert iOeniified a^ '--.-ai Williams, 10; Terry Wit- i-> . 6; Lynn Morgan, 6; Chm Hoideri. 10; Timothy SLret:- u^ri. 12. Mike Stamps, 15; and r.js wo '.her, Timothy Stamps. 7. Al! bo: four of the iniured 1 crashed tnu> the - ^. broadside, flipped it over abou: 50 feet down from ihe ••.•ro.iiroad and dragged it up- s.av down about 300 feet along '-ic tracks as the children .-«.-r«;anicd. witnesses said. -Fbcte bj Jodr Tmer ««b Star to five erf UK 10 departments for "testing". One senior. Ronnie Wreyford, won first place in all five contests and was recognized by J.W. Rowe, director, for bis outstanding performance. Thomas Williams, president of the Senior class, expressed appreciation to the Red River staff and faculty for allowing the class to be a part of "Senior Day". Volcano erupting Hope LJOQS held their weekly hDcbecn meeting Monday at fee Tfcwn a&d QTOS&T restae- rait, to* dafc to a mistc- der standing on dates the sdwdaled speaker failed to acoear. fbe daj was saved by an impromptu fat urn andbasiness meeelffig. Coring the meeting, different members suggested a number of projects to be caosatered. The general Hanking was that ibese projects should benefit most the pobBc and areas where the money b raised and that they be something that would benefit the largest group possible. Among the suggestions were a»e passible renovating of a boikiing for a youth center; helping to purchase additional park space; augmenting the j»lice force for a special patrol to he^> control btrglanes and vandalism; helping with the expansion of the Hind itation Center; aod it adying fee extent, needs and ratoes of the kag-*tanding Christmas basket program. Inter-club visitation plans were made to help keep the local chib a top contender in the district governor's contest. Committees were appointed to make a study of the various proposals and to report their findings at a later date. Claude Byrd, chairman of the light bulb sale, reported a near sellout even though (he sale took place on a rainy night. Kathy Gunter and Jo Lynn Herndon, members of the newly-organized Leo Club, were guests along with Paul Morgan with Lion Doug Drake; Finiey Bos tick of Kirby vacuian cleaner sales with Lion Elmer Smith; Jay Kpecky of I-Gopber cycles with Lion Dale Wylie; and Gerald Lynn, manager ASCS, with Lion James Wright. KXAR to hold open discussion next week GUATEMALA JAP> — Tbe Fueeo volcano 24 miles from Guatemala's capital has been erupting for two we«ks. aad officials say there is DO kssenmg of the crjtpooring of lava, born- ins rock, hot ash and cinders. Only one death has been confirmed, a sii-month-olci boy who was hit in tfre face by a burning rock as his mother fled with hire in her arms from the town of Yepocapa, at the base of the ID,COO-foot mountain. About l.OW of its 12,000 in- habitants have remained despite government pleas that they fiee. Most of the rest have taken refage in schools and public bmldings in Gcatemaia Qty. •he damage to cotton and coffee crops fr»Hn the ash and cinders at $35 million, aad officials say this will increase if the eruption does not stop soon. Tbe volcano is shooting rock and ashes as high as 20.COO feet into the air, and the ashes are more than six feet deep. Radio Station KXAR is offering free time for the public discussion of amendments and issues that will appear on the general election ballot. Qualified spokesmen for all issues are asked to contact KXAR as soon as possible and indicate that they will accept the free time. The only provision is that they must answer ail questions that will be phoned in. Here is the schedule: Monday, October 2&— .Amendment 57—the usury' law—7 to 10 pjn. Tuesday, October 23—Local option issue—7 to 10 pjm. Wednesday, October 30— Leash law—7 to 8:30 pjn. Wednesday, Oct. 30—Amendment 5&—county government— 8:30 to. 10 pjn. Anyone championing either side of an issue, may call KXAR today and indicate bis willingness to serve. Both sides wiD be present in the studio at the same time to enable listeners to direct questions to both. Proponents and opponents of all issues are invited to participate in these free public affairs broadcasts on KXAR. Participants are asked to call general manager Haskell Jones as soon as oossible. Shen\ in-Williams helps you do it all SUPER KEM-TONE LATEX WALL PAINT Hunoreds oi cotcn . . . yeat •itfiabfflty! The tatcx ml paint that* t to euy to apply . orft tact to a toft, »e*^ ely ttntth. And to ea«y SAL* Accent colon prtcsd Wghe* KEM-GLO SEMI- GLOSS ENAMEL Go»t on with e*M, driet In 2-4 hours to a tough, durable, wtthaoto teml-Qlocf (Inlih. Pwtecttor Iddt' roomt, bathroom*, kitchen*! SAL! Accent colon priced higher II 35 •^W ^a« «._ *,. K^ LAWRENCE BEST' LATEX SEMI-OLOSS Wide range of modem colon. 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