Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 4, 1974 · Page 14
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 14

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f*ig* Fourteen I1OPK (ARK.) STAR Monday, November 4, 1974 Groundbreaking for Lock and Dam ^;"—2NE% j rfT"H'*i'',i L • * -.»:'"•. ".'.-diiiip' Don't forget to vote in Tuesday's election GROUNDBREAKING CEREMONIES to initiate construction of the Felsenthal Lock and Dam, the first in the Arkansas portion of the Ouachita-Black Rivers nine- foot navigation project, were held at the site Monday. Among those present were the Hon. Carl ton Jerry, Union County judge (at far left), and Cong. Ray Thornton, (fifth from left). The first contract for this project was awarded in October 1972 for the construction of an access road to the Felsenthal Lock and Dam site on the Ouachita, Mile 243, nar the abandoned Missouri Pacific railroad corssing of the river just east of Felsenthal, Ark. If river stages permit, work should be completed by the end of this year. Vote For the Dog Leash Law! Appearing on the ballot Tuesday, November 5, will be City Ordinance No. 925 which is the proposed "dog leash law" that will affect all citizens of Hope. An affirmative vote is definitely needed for the following reasons: 1. For the Safety and Welfare of all children. 2. The prevention and spread of Rabies within the City of Hope. II. Let's keep our city clean. Roaming dogs now are tearing up garbage bags and spreading filth and disease throughout the city. 4. For the safety and welfare of adults who must walk for health reasons. 5. For the protection of all pedestrians and postal delivery throughout Hope. 6. To prevent dogs roaming in packs, a hazardous, perilous practice now being permitted. 7. The leash law will also eliminate destruction of property and will help to keep our lawns clean, fresh and non-polluted from dog waste. 8. To prevent exposure to loss, injury, or casualty to all persons. Go to the ballot box tomorrow and Vote: FOR ORDINANCE NO. 925 The proposition on the ballot: mark it like this: "The Question of Approving or Rejecting Ordinance No. 925 Adopted by the City of Hope, Imposing an Annual License Fee to be Paid by Owners of Dogs Within the City of Hope; Prohibiting Owners from Allowing Dogs to Run at Large in said City; Regulating the Amount and Procedures for Licensing and Keeping of Dogs Within the Corporate Limits; Providing for the Taking Up and I in- ponding of Dogs; Providing for the Quarantining and Destruction of Dogs in Certain Cases; Making Violation of this Ordinance by Dog Owners a Misdemeanor Punishable by Fine Not Exceeding $200; and For Other Purposes." 'FOR Ordinance No. 925" 'AGAINST Ordinance No. 925" Concerned Citizens of Hope (Pub. Ch. Mrs. Gaylord Solomon After reading several articles that attempted to convince people to vote for the open sale of alcoholic beverages, I felt compelled to pass on the information I know to be factual. I served four years as Chief Deputy and one year as Sheriff when Hempstead County was wet. Whatever claims are made that promise much to be gained through tax revenues are worthless when you witness firsthand the heartbreak and misery of many who suffer as an end result of this trade. While serving in this position, I spent untold hours, mostly after midnight, answering calls concerning drunken brawls. Fights, blood, filth and tears were the common lot. Most car accidents tha I investigated were direct results of liquor. I beg you, voters of Hempstead County, to ponder these words of a former sheriff who can testify that dry counties leave room for improvement while a wet county always invites human misery, Former Sheriff I endorse the former sheriff's statement made above. Chief of Police ol. Ad. paid lor by Gerald W. Trussell Pub. Ch. Claud Button Cut From Grade "A" Fryers Box o Chicken Contains 3 Breast Quarters 3 Leg Quarters 3 Wings, Necks 3 Giblet Packages WHERE ECONOMY ORIGINATES HtCHT TO UMtT CHMNttTKS PWCES GOOD MOM. NOV. A THRU V«D, MOV/iMW. Smart Buys at Your fl'PWeo r "THIS WEEK'S T.V. FEATURE" RUSSET POTATOES U.S. NO. 1 Jfi, "fliX'JLjfo liMUU On ' "SUPER-RIGHT? ^l.-^^k^ QUALITY GRAIN-FED HEAy^BE|f|p CHUCK ROAST 7-BONE CUT A&P TOMATO SAUCE 100 SULTANA SALAD DRESSING 32-OZ JAR jQUID DETERGENT WITH COUPON BELOW DIAL BATH SOAP WITH COUPON BELOW CALIFORNIA CREAMY AVOCADOS FOR YELLOW SQUASH 29< LB. LONG GREEN CUCUMBERS IOC EA. MARVEL MIX OR MATCH ROUND TOP OR SANDWICH BREADS 2 HAMBURGER OR HOT DOG BUNS JANE PARKER MAR81E or GOLD POUND CAKE ANN PAGE SOUP CREAM OF MUSHROOM OR CHICKEN NOODLE A&P GRADE "A" MIXED VE6ETABU 3 FROZEN 10-OZ. «$ PKGS. A&P GRADE "A" - CHOPPED BROCC 4 OR SPINACH CHOPPED or LEAF Is® ? 10-OZ.' BOXES PKG. OF 8 WITH THIS COUPON YOU CAii Li.' DIAL BATH SOAP ALL VARIETIES GcanadaRpse Flatware This Week Teaspoon 0 WITH EACH UOO PURCHASE FUNK & WAGNALL'S WILDLIFE ENCYCLOPEDIA VOl. 1 VOi. 3-22 49c $"|99 Limit one coupon JTs Good ihtv Sat., rt- VALUABLC COUPQ WITH THIS COUPON YOU CftU BU; LUX LIQUID DETERGENT 32-OZ BTL. 89 UMO Limit one COUJJCM p?, fu i.-.i, Good thru Sol Nt» 9 '.'-i~\ ON SALS NOW VOL. 10

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