Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 26, 1968 · Page 9
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 9

Hope, Arkansas
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Monday, February 26, 1968
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m Knurfson ft Winntrot fucion Associated Press Writer uesoN, AH*. CAP) Canyon look a back self (today to Canada's George Knud* [soft, tinner of the $160,000 fue« Ison Often golf tournament and (Arizona's fiewfotind attraction. I Kftudseny nervous, ehaln- smoking veteran from Toronto, charge from the pack Sunday to win the $20,000 (of) money 1ft Tucson, a week after pocketing the same amount for his Phoe* I nix Open victory, "It was a great round, just a (great round," said Knudson of his 7-under<par 65, which gave him a 72-hole scoreof 15-under 213 and a one-stroke triumph over Frank Beard and Prank I Boynton. The 158-pound Knudsoti, who gays a weight lifting program has given him added strength, Uroved his point when he wrecked the final nine holes of the 7,200-yard, par-72 Tucson National golf course. After two birdies on the front side, he rolled In five birdie putts on the final nine holes, ranging from one foot to a curving 35-footer on No. 13. Dale Douglass, Denver, Colo., a second round co-leader, needed a birdie on the 18th hole to tf£ Knudson./ He found a trap with his approach shot on the 495-yard, par-4 hole and ended withabogetS. Boynton, Cleve- , '.' ; MR (Hi! STW, ma to Olfsit Decorated for Heroism Murfoit fo Weights and Measure* Observance meet on Prison Finance UffLE ROCK (AP>*Pf!sOfi Supt. Thomas 0. Mbrtofi is at* lending a Maftjpower Develop* Htent training: Conference in San Francisco today in an at* tempt to obtain federal funds for the state prison system. Murton said any money obtained would be used for vocational training of tractor drivers, dairy workers and others. He said inmates can earn up to $20 weekly under the program which is funded by the Depart* tnent of Labor. "It's probably one of the greatest things that has ever happened," Murton said, "The law does not permit use of state funds, but there is no objection of using federal funds, "The state doesn't have to put up any additional money and doesn't have to build anything," Murton said before leaving Sat' urday. "The equipment, supervision and the training program will be provided through these funds." Murton said he hopes to return to Arkansas In time for a Wednesday morning meeting of the state Prison Board at Tuck* er Prison Farm. He said he hopes to know when he returns "how much money we can expect." Beard — U.S, Army photo Army Captain Kendall M, Lemley, left, receives the Bronze Star Medal with "V" Device from Colonel William W. Cobb, assistant commandant of the U.S. Army Armor School, Ft, Knox. n *-—_ Bronze St or land, for second at 274, after a final round of 67. Boynton had a 35-32-67 Sunday. Each man picked up $9,750. Douglass joined second round co-leader Bill Ogden, the host pro, and the 54-hole pacesetter, Harold Henning of South Africa, a stroke farther back at 275. Each man got$4,366. Al Geiberger was alone at 276, winning $3,400, while Tony Jack- lln and Jack Montgomery each pocketed $2,950 with their 278s. mm t MtuuRci mm HELEN HELP US! by Hel«n Bottol NEEDS SPELLING LESSON MORE THAN TYPEWRITER Dear Helen: I am a secretary to a rich miser. He won't give me a raise, or a percorlator and coffee for my desk, and, even worst, he won't buy me an electric type- wrlterl I have been working here over six months and I think Us time to make demands. I'm tired of — BANGING THE KEYS Dear aTJC. Be sure you're "In demand" j before you make them. Sloppy I spellers usually aren't. Nor are secretaries who call their bosses "rich misers" behind their backs. wo-fionoY :. r| xi <•> ; Besides, the stenographer who switches to an electric typewriter risks gaining three pounds a : year, I'm told. Those manual monsters burn calories. Dear Helen: The Negro Community By Ester Hicks Phone PR7-4678 or 4474 THOUGHT FOR THE DAY Said General Oglethorpe to Wesley, "I never forgive." "Then I hope, sir," said Wesley, "you never sin." | JUNIOR FEDERATED CLUB INSTALLS NEW OFFICERS The Junior Anna P. Strong I Club met February 17, 1968, In the Yerger bandroom at 3 O'clock. The meeting was conducted by Marian Ogden, 1967 club president; Brenda Whltley led the group In singing America; and Linda Phillips sang the Load's Prayer, after which Mary Blake recited the poem Myself, I The club's constitution was read I by Evelyn Walker, T.he main event of the after- Inoon was the candlelight install- ptlon ceremony of new club mem- conducted by Marian Og. Idenj and the installation of club ers by Mrs, Estelle Spear- nia who is president of the Sen- |lor:;Anna P. Strong Club of Hope, I President of the Southwest Re- Igional Association of colored Wo* |mep and Girls, and statistician e State Association, Mrs, tUjley Davis, one of the Junior chjb sponsors introduced Mrs, (Spearman to the club members, New ciytJ members are; Eat. l<*n.e Faqcette, Thea Plans Har- rj Terri Jones, Cynthia Lace*. Medal to Capt. Lemley FORT KNOX, Ky., - The Bronze Star Medal with "V" device for heroism in Vietnam was presented here Feb. 9 to Army Captain Kendall M. Lemley of 403 W. 16th St., Hope, Ark. Captain Lemley, who Is assigned here as an Instructor In the US Army Armor School, won the medal for his actions during a battle on May 24, 1967, when he was serving with the llth Armored Cavalry Regiment. During the battle, he ran through Intense enemy fire to evacuate seriously injured crewmen from their crippled tank, and then led the men to safety. Capt. Lemley is the son of Colonel and Mrs. Kenneth M. National Weights and Measures Week observance has been designated as March I to 1 this year. It marks the anniversary of the adoption of the first Weights and Measures law by the United States Congress which was signed on March 2, 1799. The first official observance of the Importance of rigid stan« (lards In weights and measures throughout the country wns organized in March, 1958 by the Scale Manufacturers Association, Inc., In cooperation with State and City Sealers throughout the United States. Arkansas'® first Weights and Measures Act was enacted in 1063. today, hundreds of communities participate In educating the public to the Importance of accuracy in weighings and measurements which daily affect their lives, Arkansas State Weights and Measures offices are a Division of the Arkansas state Plant Board, of which Mr, Robert W, Anderson is Director. Aubrey Busseil of Hope, Is inspector of local area. Evelyn Walker, Betty ', Betttoa Palmer, Barbara ggins, Linda Walker, and Whjttey, officers for 1968 are: jfy SSJaJke, president; Evelyn ker, Vice president; Mari» ;, Weston, jst vice president, Phillips; 2nd vice pres« Lue Kithryn Block, Se. Charlotte Og4en,Assis« secretary; Neva Tate, Marian Ogden, pro? chjirman; Justene Dudley, Preoda Whitley, Cjub sponsors are; pa vis, Mrs, Mar« Thompson, and Mjsses Ber- Irittajk pprothey Ivory, aof? McJCiilion, Vera Reporter, I bought a new dress the other day. My aunt asked if she could buy her daughter one just like It. We go to the same places, so I told her I'd rather she did- Lemley of the US Embassy in Ot n't. taway, Can. He entered the Army Well, she did, anyway. Helen, in June 1965, with an Army com- I don't have many clothes, and I mission earned from the US Mill- don't like to look like a carbon copy. My husband doesn't understand my feelings. Do you? « • HURT Dear Hurt: Certainly dol And I'm quite sure your cousin does also. Let's hope she uses better judgment than your aunt, and exchanges the dress for another mode. -H. .Dear, Helen: In" 196s I was married to this girl for three months. We lived at my folks' home. I suspected her of running around, and when she told me she was pregnant, I wouldn't believe the baby was mine. She was a good housekeeper and could make money stretch, but I threw her out. While we were getting a divorce, I met another girl I thought I loved. She had my baby, arid I promised to marry her. But now I discover I love my ex-wife and the things I believed about her were untrue. I only feel sorry for the other girl. So here lam, divorced from the woman I want for my wife, engaged to the woman I don't want for my wife, father of two children I love very much and what do 1 do now?- FOOL Dear Fool: I think you've done far to much alreadyl Why don't you retire from active duty until you can make up your mind - - and by that time the two women may have made up theirs, which should make the decision easier. Could be they'll both decide they want nothing but child support from a fellow who might always want the one he hasn't got, • • H. Dear Helen: Maybe you'll think this is picky, but I just got through spending 80 cents to airmail a 55-cent can of cashew nuts to my brother in Vietnam, Can't something be done about the high cost of sending packages overseas? • • C.J.J, Dear C: Where have you been? The Post Office Department plainly states, "Parcels weighing up to five pounds and not exceeding 60 inches in lenght and girth combined, when paid at surface rates, will be airlifted from the west coast to Vietnam," A par* eel marked for & war w>ne APO gets special treatment all the way along the line, as does a six- cent stamped letter, Airmail postage Is an unnecessary expense, »«H. Wins World Sled pog Derby LACONIA, N.H. (AP) - DJck fctoulton, a 5?-year-old veteran from nearby Center Harbor, held his first major championship today after winning the Igth annual $5,000 world sled dog derby. ifculton completed a three- race weekend sweep In capturing the 20-mile windup Sunday. He won $1,000 for his total Urn*? of 3 hours, 35 minutes, 8 sec- ends. tary Academy at West Point. Ouachita, S. State in Semifinals PINE BLUFF, Ark. (AP) Ouachita, which defeated Southern State three times during the regular season, faces the Mule- riders tonight at 7 p.m. in the first semifinal game of the AIC Tournament. Harding and Arkansas College meet at 9 p.m. In the other semifinal game. Southern State had a far easier time reaching the semifinals than did Ouachita. The Tigers edged past John Brown U. 79-77 in the first round Saturday on a basket by Roger Patillo with nine seconds left. Southern State put everything together and defeated Arkansas A&M 108-64. Harding led almost all the way and defeated Arkansas Tech 97-81. Jim Haney and Bill Cossey led Arkansas College to an 84-71 decision over Philander Smith. The winner of the tournament will face league champion Henderson in a best of three match. The elimination winner will represent District 17 in the national NAIA tournament at Kansas City. Ouachita's Danny Sheets scored 35 points as did John Brown's John Donnelly. Ouachita led 41-36 at the half but JBU went ahead 63-62 with about seven minutes left. The lead changed hands several times before OBU gained a 77-74 advantage. JBU tied it up with 1:15 to play but OBU worked for the good shot and Patillo connected. Southern State led 52-30 at the half and had things in hand the rest of the way. Five Mulerid- ers scored in double figures led by Donnie Denton with 19, Louis Saiisevero paced A&M with 13, Harding went ahead 7-4 and Tech never got even, The Bis? ons led 48-31 at the half. Jeff Stitt paced the Bisons with 23. John Gross led Tech with ?6, Haney scored 24 and Cossey 23 in the Scotties' victory, Ar- half. Philander Smith closed to within six but the Scots ran off 15 straight points to put it away. Jiminie Turner led Philander with 17 paints. Sex Tests Cor Female Athletes FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — All females competing in the Mexico City Olympics this summer will have to undergo sex tests, the International Amateur Athletic Federation said Sunday. There will also bedoping tests for all competitors, nnle aod female. Now...Cougar has a new running male. Monte the measure In Mmiinr MonW longer s;^^ v i » price M»» th" 1 of t° n w Ibr ar wiililhe nnr»- THE TRADING POST 305 ^ 315 ^ 325 I-Third St

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