Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 18, 1968 · Page 9
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 9

Hope, Arkansas
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Monday, March 18, 1968
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I, (Mil, INI Immunfiatlon fchftduU tfacl *Hrt ttockefstflllh ts Oct. 25,1961 A eommt&siott of l§ of the gross amount spent Is standard in such arrangements aecordiftg to Hoefcefsffillh, "An? tAifkllufloA that there was something titdefhanded about the contract between the agency and Arthur Pugh is wrong," Hockersittlth said. "1 in no way tried to sell the services of Mr. Ptigh to the commission and dkln't appear before them to do so In any form or fashion." He said the contract was writ* ten by Pugh. He also said that Bob Evans, Publicity and Parks director, were aware of the con* tract as was Commission Chairman L. C. Dial of BHnkley, Evans said he knew nothing about the contract. Conley said Pugh resented the contract. He said Pugh told him there were circumstances in which an advertising agency might be retained in such ft project, that normally its fee would not exceed IS per cent, Hockersmlth said 15 per cent was the standard agency fee. Rockefeller said he didn't see anything wrong with the pavilion that couldn't be fixed In a week or 10 days with "competent leadership." Napoleon's son, the Duke of Reichstadt, died at the age of 21. Offttf HELEN HELP US! by YOUfH ASKtfrFOft'tf t this column Is lot young people, their problems and plea* sures, their troubles and fun, As with (he rest of Helen Help USI, It welcomes laughs but won't dodge ft serious question with t brush-off* Send your teenage (juesHonsto YOUTH ASKED FOR it, care of Helen Help USl this newspaper, IS IT A DEAL? Dear Helen! I have a husband and two lovely, wonderful daughters, Lately my husband doesn't stay home or take us anywhere, I found ft picture of him and a young girl in his coat pocket. He said she Is the daughter of a guy he fishes with. But he hardly ever brings home any fish, t asked htm to Introduce me to the girt and her family and he said I'd only make trouble; that there's nothing to It and he loves only me* This is the first time I've suspected he had anything going should 1 give him another chance?- MISERABLE Dear Mis: Now really— would a fisherman with this kind of Bott«l wtch k*ep ihi evidence *fwsr« you could find II? Make t deal: tf hilt five his family fxfoal time, you'll for* get the pieJurt and provs he has a good thing goto 1 - at hom« f Work on that proof, and you won't need to worry about lonely we«!t« ends*« M. HOtE TO READERS: So of* ten suspicious wives begin their letters; "t have a husband and t*o wonderful children* M "Ptr- haps they'd have less tfius« for doubt If through the years thijy lull swUchsd on« wort! around'*"t hnv» a WONDERFUL husband and two children. , ." Whsn a rtwn plays third .I1<!le .it horn*, he's ripo for beautiful music elsewhere.—H. Dear Helen: My daughter, 13, is dating a man 10 years her senior. He bosses and browbeats h*r. The oltwr day sh«> wa<? Ill ant! broko a diUe with him. Quite typically, ho upbraids! her until she cried. Her temperature was 103-inrlthedoc- tor hitd orctertxl her to bed. WhiU really floored m* vas that ho told me last night hn was going to boat tny daughter for being moody and quite, She is <falte Mean** f» cuts mf down. tfi spite of mis, h« ha* set lh« date fo,* tt\*if wedding in stt mnnths. U I say what a stinker li, shft resents It, t can't still when I s«« the misery tfi store for twr, they have b««n dating three flMn'tw. Wij- can't sht see what Is so plain to everybody else 1 ?- HONESGBUM) 0Mf ffofl»n She'll s«e, then "everyone else" — meaning you—knocks off the doomsday chant. A ftrl doesn't enjoy being iokl she has made a sfupH mistake. Keep mile, shy neutral-even take his sick against her- a«1 I'll bet she'll soon b« tilling you how Wfon| you are. Sometim«« th« best way to fight a stinker Is— pr»teml you've joined him- M. Dear Helens This Is the first ttmn I've written to A column- 1st, but 1 mint warn the girl who thinks true love will change a hood. At 18, t fell In love with a harrisom? ,itan of 26. He was my dream <mn? true, for 1 hadn't dated mush befor-j. Ho also had a few pregnant girls around, but 1 was not that kind inrl I knew he'd reform^ be- eau<m lw respected mp for It. My dream nun h«d A "small" prison record for car thoft, transporting girls across the state lines, breaking and entering—a few minor, unlmport- PHI MM Ml fM«fs. Sat after «f» fteil was IK the p^stf Etefyoftt stottW Mft & ieeoflS afstftee, My pRfenfs foogMagamst toffy bof I swore they were trefig, arU preset! It by mttf rytnf Mm. Fmif monmi after tn« wafcffftft h» wsw IB pflstm fat armed rofc' berjv car tnefi anrt, of cottrse. breaking hi* parolt. Ho fwttol toM m* he was otit on pafotff, t was pfetfnant. t still lov«I htm, in] «iHek by Mm, visiting:; a? flw prison regularly anrl writ-, Ing every dUy, He quit wrftlftf,, refw*«! my visits, ami toH me to, get lost, as h*» know t wa§ fo* ing out on him, which t wasn't, Finally, after * nervous breakdown, t got a divorce, N«w, at age 26, I have found a wottrtar« fit!, loving muni who has adoptee! my son. Thunk goodness t wua lucky enewgh to get a second chance. But think of the heart- aeho 1 wotiid hsiv? S3iv«l if 1 hitd " seen him us he really w.tsanrl not '. as I wanted him fob*.-V.H.H. ; This column \s dedicated to 6>mlly living, so if you'r«having kid trouble or Just plain trouble., let Helen help YOU. Sh« will also • welcome your own amusing «*>: pcrlences, Address Heloa Dottel In car« of The Hop* Star, • Copyright, 19(38, King Fea« tures Syndicate, fnc. The churk Is a turkey and ' chicken crossed In a hybrid fowl. — Hope Star photo Top photo showsDr. Alan Lawrence, State Health Department, Instructing Dr. Jack Royal, president of theHempstead Medi- cal Association, on proper use of the Jet Injector Gun, a new type instrument used In mass imuni- zation c Forgetting Is Costly State Pavilion at HemisFor SCRANTON, Pa. (AP) What happens when you're scheduled to be principal speaker at the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick's dinner and you forget your formal attire? If you're vice president of the United States, you send your Jetliner back to Washington to get it. Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey arrived in Scranton Sunday night without a tuxedo. The discovery was made shortly after the $3 million jet landed at the Scranton-Wilkes-Barre airport at 5:05 p.m. The Lockheed Jetstar went back to Washington National Airport and returned at 7:42 p.m. A state police car transported the formal wear to the vice president waiting at a Scranton hotel. lady who posed with Dr. Royal on a practice run. The imunization program is a joint undertaking of the Hempstead County Health Department and the Hempstead Medical Association. The schedule for Thursday, March 21: • Hopewell Elementary — 9:30 a.m. -10:30 a.m. * Blevins School — 9:30 a.m. 10:30 a.m. Garland Elementary — 9:30 a. m. - 10:30 a.m. Shover Street Elementary — 10:45 a.m. -12:00 noon Brookwood Elementary — 11:00 a.m. -12:00 noon Washington School —11:00 a.m. • 12:00 noon Spring Hill School - 1:00 p.m. -2:00 p.m. Saratoga School — 1;15 p.m.- 2:15 p.m. Hope Jr. High —1:00 p.m, • 2;30 p.m. ,<, Criticized OUR BUSINESS IS INSURANCE But This Is What We Rcailv^Scll 1, Protection for most any type of risk, 2, A fair and prompt settlement when* ever you have a claim, 3, Personal attention to yowr insurance needs at your home or business, 4, Suggestions for coverage based on a careful regard for your dollars, Todey, ©wr years of experience QI an in* dependent agent serving some mighty par. tisulsr clients hgve trained us to offer a service that is unexcelled- May we have the opportunity to be helpful to you? ANDERSON-FRAZIER Insurance Agency/ Inc. Comer • S«coo4 $ *!*»» P8 7-34SI T18QI It's more fun cooking...cooking with CALORIC Fun-Cooking i LITTLE ROCK (AP)-W. P. Gulley, president of the Little Rock Chamber of Commerce, said Saturday that the Little Rock businessmen who toured Arkansas' pavilion at Hemis- Fair '68 in San Antonio, Tex.. were "apalled" by furnishings in the pavilion's lounge. Gulley told the state Publicity and Parks Commission that the pavilion is "not the type of thing that would heighten anyone's impression of Arkansas." Joseph B. Hurst, a member of the Little Rock City Manager Board, said the entire interior of the pavilion should be "jerked out" and that its primary feature, a map of the state in bas relief, "would not be worth carting out the door, much less bringing to the state." The amp was to have been placed in the rotunda at the state Capitol after the fair. Gov. Winthrop Rockefeller viewed the exhibit- Saturday and said "Nobody in his right mind would put it in the rotunda" as it is. The revelation that Hocker- Smith, Dozier and Thomas, the Little Rock advertising agency that designed and coordinated the project, tod received a 15 per cent commission on the cost of constructing the project, caused a furor at the commission's meeting. William G. Conley, Rockefeller's press secretary, told the commission that Arthur Pugh and Associates of Houston, the contractor for the exhibit, informed him that the only things the Hockersmith firm had provided were three color photographs of the proposed Little Rock municipal air terminal. "Our contribution has been the entire concept^- the original concept — with mockup of the map, ^nd the concept of return- Ing the entire map for place « ment in the rotunda of the Capitol for use for years to come," said Thomas C. Hockersmith, president of the firm. The pavilion cost $150,000 txjt the construction cost was only $90,000. Hockersrnith's firm is to get $13,500. 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