Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 14, 1968 · Page 7
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 7

Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, February 14, 1968
Page 7
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Shews Hurrlcan* film HOP! (AMi) STMIi FrfNMJi flffilt H«iti«itib«rf TOMMY CROUCH, LARRY PATTERSON, DALE FRANKS, JACK LOWE At yesterday's Klwanls Club meeting at Town & Country George Frazler presented the manager of the local General Adjust ment Bureau, Howard Hopkins, who presented a film by the American Insurance Association, "Lethal Lady". The film showed the complete devastation of Hurricane Betsy. Jack Lowe introduced three new members of the Club, Larry Patterson, Tommy Crouch and Dale Franks. Congress in Stalemate on Tax Increase The Day Started With a Song SEATTLE (AP) - For 15 singers at telephone switchboards In the local telegraph office Valentine's Day will start with a song and end with a sore throat. "A lot of people think we're kidding or that it's just a tape recording," says Mrs. Mabel Jones, supervisor of the singing-telegram girls. "Some laugh and some cry, but It's never dull around here." •Henry Haynes photos with Star camera HOWARD HOPKINS The sperm ambergris. whale produces ANDERSON-FRAZIER INSURANCE AGENCY, Inc. Insurance Corner- Second & Main Telephone PR 7-34J11 HOPE, ARKANSAS 71801 Date - Anytime Dear Parent: We would like to offer a word of comfort to you both, as your own youngster begins his driving career. The first thing to understand is that driving is a skill, and that - like all skills - it requires much practice. The heads of many Driver Education programs at schools advise newly-licensed drivers to log hundreds of driving miles under certain controlled conditions. Their recommendations, which parallel the recommendations of safety experts are these: 1. The youngster should be driving a car that's mechanically sound. 2, He should be solo-driving, or driving with his parents, not with a earful of chums. 3. He should be driving on little traveled roads, 4. He should be driving in daylight, only in fair weather at first. Gradually, as handling a car begins to feel natural to him - and remember, each car handles differently - you'll want him to drive in a variety of situations under your supervision. In your talks with your children, one point you should try to era~ phasize most is this; "The car you are driving is our legal and moral resporality," Even if your youngster has saved enough to pay for a road-worthy car of; his own, that car is still your responsibility, This gives you, as parents, indisputable authority to take away driving privileges temporarily when you believe they've been forfeited, You will find that such an understanding with your youngsters should probably work out pretty well, It just seems to take a little patience, the courage and self«discipline to use your parental authority justly,,, and a sturdy seanse of humor} Sincerely, /y 'eorge Ti Fra.zi.er <*• President and General Manager GT.j?/mh WASHINGTON (AP) - The congressional stalemate over President Johnson's proposed 10 per dent Income tax surcharge is the toughest test yet for the economic theory that has guided national policy during the 1960s. The outcomo will chart the future course of the "neweconom- ics" for years to come. « Keystone of this theory Is the argument that changes In taat rates and federal spending can smooth out the bumps In the business cycle and foster h e a 11 h y, steady economic growth. A tax cut when the nation faces recession Is supposed to perk things up. This part of the theory was tested in 1964 and again in 1965 when tax cuts were voted by Congress. But the surcharge battle represents the first time the policy has gone the other way—toward a tax increase— and political realities have so far proved stronger than economic thebryi, (AP) - other {hah his name, outfielder Fred Valentin^ of M Washington senators has another reason for ramemfoerlfis ValantlnVs Day» His daagnler, Valelsa, is I years old today, Weather Experiment Sta* tlon report for 24« hours ending at 7 a,m, Wednesday, High 34, Low 30, snow ,12 of an inch. Forecast ARKANSAS - Mostly cloudy through Thursday* Occasional snow northern two thirds of state and rain south portion spreading eastward over the state tonight. Snow changing to rain and ending from the west during the day Thursday, Low tonight mid 20s north ranging up to mid 30s south, Weather Elsewhere By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High Low Albany, snow 17 6 Albuquerque, snow 32 24 Atlanta, clear 43 22 Bismarck, clear 16 -8 Boise, cloudy 37 26 Boston, cloudy 21 9 Buffalo, cloudy 20 16 Chicago, clear 29 13 Cincinnati, clear 30 13 Cleveland, cloudy 16 9 Denver, cloudy 23 5 Des Molnes, clear 20 6 Detroit, clear 24 17 Fairbanks, cloudy 22 0 Fort Worth, rain 46 31 Helena, snow 19 4 Honolulu, clear 78 67 Indianapolis, clear 29 13 Jacksonville, clear 60 34 Juneau, clear 39 20 Kansas City, cloudy 29 14 Los Angeles, cloudy 63 53 Louisville, clear 31 15 Memphis, cloudy 36 23 Miami, clear 76 53 Milwaukee, clear 25 11 Mpls.-St.P., clear 153 New Orleans, cloudy 56 38 New York, clear 21 18 Okla. City, snow 27 23 Omaha, clear 24 6 Philadelphia, clear 24 16 Phoenix, cloudy , 59 48 Pittsburgh, cloudy 15 • 9 PUnd, Me., cloudy 18 2 Ptlnd, Ore., clear 50 33 St. Louis, cloudy 21 13 Salt Lie. City, snow 35 27 San Diego, cloudy 64 55 San Fran., clear 57 50 Seattle, clear 55 39 Tampa, clear 62 46 Washington, clear 30 18 Winnipeg, clear 134 'PAY ENOUGH! from Page One rest of you. Information fed into the computer is drawn from two tests— a one-hour Intelligence test and a multipage personality test. Most people lie a little about their personalities. Some cannot draw the line between what they are and what they would like to be and others, like me, want to make themselves sound as appealing as possible to avoid end- Ing up with a series of machine- picked duds. Once the tests are processed, you just sit back and receive callers— up to 10 of them every 60 days for the next five years. My first date was 48-001-822 and I judged from his number that he had been trying a while. Trust a first impression, 48-001-822 was a white collar worker, 29, Protestant, 6-foot-l, 185 pounds, black hair, brown eyes, did not smoke, did not drink, was never convicted of a crime and was never committed to a mental institution. It wasn't gentle questioning on my part that disclosed all this, but a photostat fact sheet that precedes every man chan» neled my way, CMI also rates every member-'they said he was very good- and Includes a picture, His was a UtUe overex. posed and for all I knew, j would be going out with a pair of teeth, Without going into detail, let me say the computer struck out pn this one, Perhaps someone bent my IBM card, My second date U su^nsed to be 4.8*001,539, although it's been more thw a month now and! haven't heard from him, Be Uves in Prosser, Wash,, some 170 miles away, and since }t aps pears he's too busy to write and too cheap to ca}}, that could be a major hangtupi In all honesty, I have nothing to complain about, This service was given to me free so I could write a story about it-*- and I was happy to do it, As one bro* enure points out: ''Only faith, love, patience, understanding and each member working to int crease our membership will bring the happiness and success you Desire, 11 I've done my partj Ifev it's up Protests News Ban Suggested by Lawyers city, caiu, (AI»> Enactment by the American Bar Association of proposed res* ffletlons oft news coverage of the court and the polidfc station would contribute to Increasing the alarming growth of srime In this country," David K, SehuW, president of the Associated Press Managing Editors Asso* eiAiioft, said Tuesday, Schutg t editor of the Redwood CUy (Calif,) tribune, said Ifl a statement that approval of the "R-eifdoft Report" &? the ABA ifbvefnlng tody, the House of Delegates, in Chicago, Feb. 19, would come at a time 1 when more news should be printed about crime instead of less, so that added public support for improved 1 a w enfottemefU might be obtained, "Les5 (tews, about the revolting' crime situation is certain to result In lulling the people into A sense of complacency/' Schutz said* The ABA (Somhilttee oft fair trial and free press, headed by Judge Paul Reardon of Massa* fceuld, Mid, r 'defty Use nits fttedift access to what transpires iff fte courtroom and put f^stricltoiis on *hat f*>tle§ officers rosy sfty dbbtit crime en tfig improved ASA contention that the pr interfering with fair trial. "to fcfoase ptiHW eo about the starring Mfifeasejof the CflmtnaJ element In tRls country, the press should be getting the support of the Atnerl« can ear Association in puttftg tnora light, hot less, oft the <fe» plorable conditions so that biir people may once again feel safe in their homes and on the'lr streets," LAST THREE DAYS !!! CLOSEOUT RCA WHIRLPOOL ONE ONLY - RPT145M Refrigerator TRUE NO-FROST WITH AUTOMATIC ICE MAKER COMPARE AT $369.95 $970 £ rO- 88 'CLOSEOUT RCA WHIRLPOOL 3 ONLY- RRU5500 Gas Range 30 INCH, BALANCED HEAT OVEN COMPLETELY AUTOMATIC COMPARE AT $169.95 128 8 CLOSEOUT RCA WHIRPOOL 3-TEMP-5-CYCLE Electric Dryer MODEL LPE551- HANDLES ALL FABRICS COMPARE AT $189.95 IOSEOUT RCA VICTOR Portable TV BIG 172 SQ. IN 3 ONLY-With Stand REG. $179.95 ILOSEOUT RCA VICTOR 4-SPEAKER CONSOLE Stereo WITH AM-FM RADIO REG. $26.9.95 88 '198 CLOSEOUT RCA VICTOR 6 TRANSISTOR Radios COMPLETE WITH PATTERIES & EARPHONES PUBLIC NOTICE Dear Customer: WE ARE CLEANING OUT OUR WAREHOUSE! All 1967 Merchandise must got Many items, one of a kind -FIRST COME-FIRST SERVED! Prices slashed up to One Third and Morel Come early for best selection. Bud Collier DRASTIC PRICE CUTS ON AMERICA'S MOST WANTED APPLIANCES REFRIGERATOR T . ,. -, - v Family Size Model ESL10C Giant Size Crisper 5 Yr. War. REG. 229.95 !15«* WITH TRADE FIRST IN COLOR TV 102 SQ, IN. - REG. $369.95 WHILE THEY $ LAST 299 SPECIAL SAVINGS ON EVERY MODEL RCA Whirlpool Automatic Ice Maker REFRIGERATOR Model EPT120M, Separate 106 Lb, Freezer WT RCA Whirlpool AIR CONDITIONER IS^OOBTU, Mode! ASL170,3, Cools in entire house, Compare at $299,95 RCA Whirpool REFRIGERATOR 17 Cu, Ft,. No*Frost Bushel Size | Crispers Reg, $349,95 g Only RCA Victor 5 Tube T4ble RAPIOS RCA Victor TAPE RECORDER | Battery Operated Complete with tape and. batteries, 288' Collier Furniture & Appliance West Second Street In Downtown Hope

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