Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 4, 1974 · Page 2
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Hope, Arkansas
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thro HOPE (ARK.) STAR Monday, November 4, 1974 Rain is expected to end from northwest tonight Shopping Center entertains spooks Obituaries By The Associated Press Rain in Arkansas is expected to end from the northwest tonight. The National Weather Service forecast says showers and thunderstorms are likely over most of the state today with locally heavy rains over the central and northeast. A flash flood watch is in effect today in the central and northeast portions of the state. Cooler temperatures are ex- Hope Star Monday, November 4, 1974 Vol. 76—No. 19 Star of Hope 18»; Proa 1927 Consolidated January 18, 1929 Published every week - day evening at The Star Building, 212-214 S. Walnut St., Hope, Ark. 71801. P.O. Box 648 Telephone: Area 501; Hope 7773431. Second-claw pottage paid at Hope Ark. By STAR PUBLISHING CO. Alex H. Washborn, Prudent and Editor (In memoriam: Paul H Jones, Managing Editor 19291972). Editorial - Dorothy Winchel City Editor Mrs. Annette Rogers Women's News Editor Food, Fashions, Society Koger Heaa Fhoto-Featurts Editor Mrs. Esther Hicks, Negro Community Advertising — Mrs. Sibyl Parsons Advertising lArector Virginia Hiscott Associate Mrs. Judy Foley Classified Manager Circulation—C.M. Rogers, Jr Circulation Director Mrs. Alice Kate Baker, Bookkeeper Genera] Boo Keeper — Mrs. Phala Roberts Mrs. Teddy Thurman Associate Mechanical Department — D.E. Allen, Mechanical Superintendent and Head Pressman Danny Lewallen, Pressman George Smith, Jr., Pressman Competing Room — Judy Gray Foreman Janice Miller, Mrs. Millie Shotts, Mrs. Dortha Faye Huckabee, Mrs. JoAnn Coooer. Member of the Aucui uurea*' of Circulations Member of the Associated Press. The Associated Press is entitled exclusively to the use for republication of all the local news printed in this newspaper. as well as ail AP news ois- paiches. Member of me Southern Newspaper Publishers Ass'n. and the Arkansas Press Ass'n. National advertising representatives: Arkansas Dailies, Inc., 3387 Poplar Ave., Memphis. Tenn. 38111; 960 Hartford Bldg., Dallas, Texas 75201; 400 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago, m. S0601; 60 E. 4Axl SI., New York, N.Y. 10017; UTS Penobacot Bldg., Detroit, Mich. 48226; Classen Terrace Bldg.. 1411 Classen Blvd.. Oklahoma City, Dkla. 73106. Singk Copy lOc Sohtcriptioa Rate* (Payable in advance) By Carrier in Hope and neighboring towns— Per Week 45c Per Calendar Month J1.96 Per Year .Office only $23.40 By mail in Hemps tead, Nevada, Lafayette, Howard. Pike and dark Counties- One Month Three Months Six Months One Year 11.30 (3.15 15.75 $11.00 .All other Mail in Arkansas One Monti J1.7C Thpse Months $3.90 Su Months |7.10 One Year |UO> ABOtner Mail Outside Arkansas One Month Jl.W Three Mootte S4.7S Six Months »« Cne Year |l*.« CoUege Student Bargain QtfM- »7.75 peeled in the northwest today and in the southeast tonight. Cool temperatures and decreasing cloudiness are forecast for Tuesday. The Weather Service said a cold front moving through the state this morning touched off the widespread precipitation. The front is expected to be in southeast Arkansas this evening. Winds will shift to the north with the passage of the cold front. Rainfall reports for the 24- hour period ended at 6 a.m. include .40 at Uttle Rock. .05 at Pine Bluff, .03 at Texarkana, 1.40 at Fort Smith, 1.06 at Fayetteville, 1.55 at Harrison, a trace at El Dorado and .21 at Jonesboror. The extended outlook calls for a chance of showers northeast Wednesday, otherwise little or no rain through Friday. Little temperature change is expected during the period. Highs today should be in the mid 50s to mid 70s with highs Tuesday mostly in the 50s. Lows tonight are expected from near 40 to near 50. Overnight lows include Little Rock 67, El Dorado 63, Texarkana 62, Fot Smith 53, Fayetteville 48, Harrison 53. Jonesboro 61 and Memphis 68. Experiment station report: 24 hours ending 7 a.m. Saturday, high 76, low 61; 24 hours ending 7 a.m. Sunday, 79, low 64; 24 hours ending 7 ajn. Monday. By The Associated Press Monday Hi Lo Prc Otlk Albany 58 48 .32 rn Albu'que 52 32 .06 cdy Amarillo 49 33 .12 cdy Anchorage 36 29 .18 cdy Asheville 81 43 cdy Atlanta 82 53 dr Birmingham 83 56 .cdy Bismarck 34 27 clr Boise 49 35 clr Boston 58 49 .26 rn Brownsville 84 73 cdy Buffalo 66 45 .24 rn Charleston 83 55 clr Charlotte 83 53 clr Chicago 58 43 .71 cdy Cincinnati 72 57 .30 rn Cleveland 67 50 .36 rn Denver 35 24 .37 cdy Des Moines 46 32 .01 cdy Detroit 58 45 .76 rn Duluth 33 24 .. cdy Fairbanks 34 19 cdy Fort Worth 78 53 .54 cuy Green Bay 44 27 . cdy Helena 41 20 clr Honolulu 86 70 .02 clr Houston 81 72 .01 rn Ind'apolis 71 49 .25 m Jacks'ville T* 53 clr Juneau 50 43 .64 m Kansas City 51 40 .. rn Las Vegas 62 45 .. cdy Little Rock 77 67 .40 rn Los Angeles 67 52 . clr Louisville "8 61 .03 rn Marquette 35 31 cdy Memphis 81 68 rn Miami "8 73 cdy Milwaukee 52 35 .02 cdy Mpls-St. P. 38 24 cdy New Orleans 82 50 cdy New York 57 53 .01 rn Okla. City 69 43 .17 clr Omaha 47 23 .26 cdy Orlando 83 60 dr Philad'phia 65 56 rn Phoenix 66 49 dr Pittsburgh 70 61 cdy Ftland Ore. 54 40 cdy P'tland Me. 51 37 .29 rn Rapid City 47 26 clr Reno 52 26 dr Richmond 83 53 cdy St. Louis 60 45 1.06 rn Salt Lake 55 43 cdy San Diego 168 53 dr San Fran 65 50 clr Seattle 44 36 cdy Spokane 42 29 cdy Tampa 85 <w dr Washington 80 60 rn W.Helena blast under investigation WEST HELENA, Ark. iAP) — An investigation has begun to detenmnc the cause of boiler explosion Sunday night a: the Mohawk Tire and Rubber* Co. plant at West Helena. Richard Gibson, the plant manager, said a boiler LI 'J& plan: tie- out. He said five men were working in the area of '-be boder when the explosion occurred, bu: -hat no serious injury was reported. Gib&or. said most of the plant had been -ieisalbcd by toe blast and a spokesman said most plan: employes would not work today. No •tarr.age esuma:e was availacb.e. —Photo by Penny Gary wfth Star camera ONE HUNDRED CONTESTANTS walked up and down the sidewalks of the Village Shopping Center for the Spookarama on Halloween night. Spooks and goblins ranged in ages from three months to more than 30 years, with a surprise visit from an eight-foot monster. Mike Arnold won a first place for Senior High in the window- painting contest. Scott Patton was the Junior High winner. Winners in the costume contest were Kenneth Mayo, 11, most original; Monty Stewart. 8, scariest; Suzanne Lavender, 9, prettiest; Jim Slagle, best of show; Christopher Collins, 4, best behaved; Randy Glenn, 7, ugliest. Radio Station KXAR covered the Spookarma. The Gardenia Garden Club brought in a coke wagon to help raise money for their project—landscaping the grounds at the new School of Hope. The Halloween pictures were judged by the Arts and Crafts Society. Oklahoma braces for more rain By The Associated Press Flood-stricken Oklahomans braced for more rain and possibly snow today as residents in eastern Colorado shoveled an unofficial 20 inches of snow. Travelers were advised of hazardous conditions in the Colorado mountains, northeast New Mexico and the Texas Panhandle. The threat of more heavy snow in Colorado and Kansas had decreased, but not until four inches of snow fell on Denver and Goodland, Kan. Seibert, Colo., reported eight inches and north of Seibert an unofficial 18 to 20 inches were measured. JIM L. BROWN Funeral services were held Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Oakcrest Chapel for Jim L. Brown, 72, who was struck and Wiled about 3 a.m. Saturday while walking on Highway 67 West about one mile west of the weight station. Elder Oliver McKamle officiated and burial was in Ayers Cemetery under the direction of Oakcrest Funeral Home. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Bertha Brown of Hope; three sons, Bobby and Albert also of Hope, and Frantte Brown of Arkadelphia; a daughter, Mrs. Calvin Heald, Hope; a brother, Isaac Hunter and two sisters, Mrs. W.E. Sisson and Mrs. Louise Hunter, all of Hope; and a host of grandchildren. JOHN (TUNCE) WALTON John (Tunce) Walton, 63, formerly of Hope and Patmos died Saturday, November 2 at Fullerton, Calif. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Vergie Walton; a daughter, Betty John Beck; one grandchild; a brother, E.V. Walton, Hope; two sisters, Mrs. Irene Powell, Petal, Miss and Mrs. Carnell Staten, Hawthorne, Calif.; a half-brother, Dwight Walton, Hope; a half sister, Mrs. L.A. Mayton, Houma, La.; a step sister, Mrs. Vernon Hollis, Hope; three step brothers, Ferris Formby, Hope, Gary Formby and Clifton Formby, both of Patmos. Funeral services will be at 2 pjn. Tuesday, November 5 at McConley-Wallace Funeral Home, 902 North Harbor Blvd. in Fullerton, Calif. MRS. HAZEL MURRY Services were held today (Monday) at 2:30 pjn. at the Prescott First Baptist Church for Mrs. Hazel Murry, 68, of Prescott who died Saturday. The Rev. Gene Stacks and the Rev. Jerry Westrnoreland officiated. Burial was in DeAnn Cemetery under the direction of Cornish Funeral Service. Survivors. Include her husband, Rucker L. Marry of Prescott; a son, Rucker W. Murry of Prescott; a daughter, Mrs. James S. HoweB of North Little Rock, Ark.; a brother, J.B. Brice of Prescott; a sister, Mrs. Iva T. Westmoreland of Hot Springs, Ark.; and four grandchildren. MRS. LOUISE ROBEY Funeral services were held for Mrs. Louise Robey, 59, of Rt. 3, Prescott, at 2 pjn. Tuesday at the Prescott First United Methodist Church under the direction of Cornish Funral Service. She died Sunday in a Prescott Hospital. Survivors include her husband, Jack Robey of Prescott; three sons, Gus Robey of Waldron, Ark. Ross Robey of Little Rock, Jack Robey Jr. of Pine Bluff; her mother, Mrs. Gus Ross ST. of West Alexindris, OkJa.; a sister, Ms. Harold Felts; and four grandchildren. The family requests that those giving memorials give to the American Cancer Society. Josepn W. neap WASHINGTON (AP) - Jo-, seph W. Reap, 60, a deputy press officer for the State Department who served under eight secretaries of state since World War n, died Sunday. John J." Jack" Fein DULUTH, Minn. (AP) — John J. "Jack" Fein, 69, retired managing editor of the Duluth Herald and News Tribune, died Saturday. He joined the News Tribune as a copy boy in 1922 and retired as managing editor in 1972. THIS YEAR, THE QUORUM COURT SHOULD HAVE AT LEAST ONE GOOD REPUBLICAN AND I'M HER!!!! VERLAINE JONES JUSTICE OF PEACE Pol. Ad Paid for by Verlaine Jones Lewis McLarty's Early Christmas Leo Club to receive charter The Hope Leo Club was officially organized September 17. 1974, at a meeting at the Douglas building in Hope. The Leo dub is a new young people's community service organization being sponsored by the Hope Lion's dub. The 37 young people in attendance adopted the constitution and by4aws of their new organization and elected its first officers. The charter president of the Leo Club is Dianne Croocn: vice-presidnet. Clay O'Stecn: secretary, Anita Hogjard and treasurer, Pain Gumer. In addition to these officers, Mark Harris, Bobby Frazier and Mick McCormack serve on the board of directors and Dec Sieei is the taii-twister The dub wui be ronr.ily organized oc November 5 a: me Holiday Inn wrier, the c-fScai Charter of Uon b:crnauoni- will be presented. The Leo Club, open ~ a_ yo'-zg men and women aita 1: through 20. wi_ develop i_-.c carry out ecrnir__r_»y icrv.rs projects of their can ccoc-^g The Leo program was announced by lions International early in 1968 and each of the Association's clubs Ha« been authorized to form a Leo Club. The aims of the program are to give >xiung people the opportunity to gain experience and develop leadership in the areas of community service. The Hope Leo Club is only the third such ciuh to be organized in Arkansas and their members may look forward to par- acipation m exchange students programs as well as many local community Service projects. Membership roster of the rawly organized Hope Leo Club incites the following; Jodi Duncan. Pam Thrash, Betty Neville. Dec Still. Pam Gunter, So bey Frazier. Susie Slay 3rd. Mike Earr.es. Jud Marundaie, Wayne Freeman. Dave 5» a~_r r /.. - T :lyn Herndoc. Mike Ei-t-ir Richard Karris. Jim Rhc-ici. Door, a Cox, Kathy •-I---ter. Robin McLelland, >._•-* Hcigard. Larry Butler, Cli> 0 Stern. Karen Rowland. Bc-:-i> 5L." ; >ard. Joan W aliens. £.:•::: M;:re. Mark Karris, uavid Jones, Robert Gary, Bruce Huddleston, Angela Kellam, Ricky Orr, Kay Sayers, Dianne Croom, Beck Gunter, Cnarles Jester, Mick McConnack and Edwin Connelly. Shopping Spree Monday, November 4th Through Saturday, November 9th All Around Town By The Stir Staff Marine PFC, Jerry Sims son of Mr. Earnest Sims ST. of 203 Lowe Ave., Stamps. Ark., graduated from the basic warehousing course at the Marine Corps Base, Camp, Lejeune, N.C. He received instruction in the receipt, storage, issue, maintenance, sale and preparation for shipment of Marine Corps supplies and equipment. A 1974 graduate of Stamps High School, he joined the Marine Corps in January 1974. —ahop in Hope. 10% Discount On all Items in The Store (Except Special Sale Items) 109 West Second 777-3643

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