Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 26, 1968 · Page 8
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 8

Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 26, 1968
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f, M*th 26,1966 Mfft (WHO STM, MM ft OffSrt ff riff ff!W Sirech Homes 11 Open House" Starts Wednesday iiiiii«niiilrihi<imiflif n n i - _ - • - • - . ^"* * tONGRESS TOLD (Pagte 1) . the Senate panel after de- fing senatofs had an obllga- L lo "?ot& for fiscal responsl* said the administration an* a "back to back" defi- |f $20 billion for the current year and th6 one begin' July 1 If Johnson's pro- 10 per cent income tax trge isn't enacted. SUowlng Sarr's appraisal of jTrlftanclal problems posed by «\war and domestic needs, Bourke B. Hickenlooper, said, "It takes the but- but of It when we reduce our of living." Barr Ireed. said If the surtax is enact- tie current fiscal year'sdef- be $2 billion smaller i the'$20 billion he forecast, 'e tax hike combined spending cuts could keep iscal 1969 deficit down to $8 tmson told the AFL-CIO ing Trades Department llatlve conference he will to build "a better America ! climate of law and order" meeting U.S. commit_ in Vietnam. llTrte President's w-ir course In renewed endorsement from ?lrClO President George any. J Meany urged Americans "to It Hanoi know they can't win at |e ballot box in this country .at they can't win in Asia." [He also took issue with pollti- opponents of the President he said label the Vietnam lict "Johnson's war." It is *"more Johnson's than It was war of former Presidents Ight D. Eisenhower of John • Kennedy, said Meany. rafn.George A. Smathers, D- llj, told the Senate the war ilgo on for another year as he qed for enactment of the sur- nathers said "even if some for lack of a better word, i elected" president he won't i office until January, tie war won't even end until fct,a~year from today, even if }'a miracle worker, which I I>t." Smathers said, flfe Agency for International relopment told Congress to- he enemy'& Tjet, offsnfivjj Jnst South Vietnamese popu- centers in late January bunted to $120 million in New "Hacienda" Name Open to Public on Wednesday Htgroes at Memphi* Plan Mflfffv* March Property of Five Seized by the IRS LITTLE ROCK (AP) - The property of five Arkansas taxpayers has been seized by the Internal Revenue Service and will be sold at public auctions next month to satisfy delinquent federal taxes. The IRS said the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arvil C. Adams of near Harrisburg would be sold April 4 along with one acre of land. The Adams owe $4,840 in damages, excluding losses he nortbefn : in area. : The analysis was submitted to the House Foreign Affairs. income taxes for 1965 and 1966 according to tax liens. Thirteen vacant lots at Harrisburg that belonged to Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Powel of Harrisburg will be sold April 11. Tax liens Indicated that the Powels owe $3,263 in income taxes for 1965 and 1966. The IRS said a water well drilling rig that belonged to J. W. Powers of DeQueen would be sold April 16. The IRS says Powers owes more than $1,000 in income taxes. The home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Karr of West Memphis will be sold April. 1.8 as will, the home of Mr. and Mrs; "Henry Cotton, also of West Memphis. The IRS says Karr ofes $2,146 in taxes,and his,wi%Qjgs $128. Mr. and*lfe#Wtr*bv* $l in income taxes tor ; 1966, according to tax liens. ' McKinnie Joins Pine Bluff Firm MEMPHIS phis Negro comm nity has an- flounced plans for a massive march Friday in support of the lengthy city garbage strike, with leaders saying It will be led by Dr. Martin Luther King. A .timlter event headed by King was postponed last Friday when Memphis was socked by a 11-inch snowfall, the second worst snowstorm in the city's history. Dr. H. Ralph Jackson, chief of the African Methodist Epls- copal Church's Minimum i&l* ary Department, announced the new schedule. Reached In Atlanta, Mrs. King said she was unsure of the due her husband intended to return to tVfem^>his. King's secretary In Atlanta confirmed the civil rights leader plans a Memphis march, but also was unable to give a date. In a Memphis appearance on March 18, King addressed a gathering of some 12,000 persons and asked (he Negro com* tmmlty to go on i holiday from jobs and classes on March 28, He promised then to return that day and lead them on a downtown parade In support of some 1,300 city sanitation work- ors~98 per cent of them Negro — who went off the Job Feb. 12. Meanwhile, settlement of the Arthur Strech realestate bro- ^ Grl K Decorating Company, soven-week-old labor dispute Ver_ rfpvninner and owner of Collier Furniture and Appliances still seemed distant. ker-developer and owner or ._ ...„,„>_ , k . „_,„..„„ ,„ „ ^^ ^^ ^^ • Hope star photo ha ve furnished the Hacienda in a a U' Planning To Build? See Us For HOME LOANS We're specialists in Home Loans. , .because home finan* cing is a most important part of our business, You get expert advice from experienced people who know property values and trends in our community, Your application gets prompt attention, , .there's no unnecessary delay or waiting, Congratulations To Mr. Arthur Strech On the completion of another fine hom§, , , "The Haeienaa HOPE FEDERAL Sayings & Loan Association 209 S, Main St. Phone 7-4661 H. L. McKINNIE PINE BLUFF-Hayes L. McKinnie, 34, of Hope has joined Guaranty Financial Corporation as executive vice president, it was announced yesterday by Joe K, Mccarty, president of the Pine Bluff holding company, McKinnie was controller of M4M Leasing Company, Inc., of Hope, which operates a car and truck leasing business, owns three Ford agencies and has other Interests. He is a certified public accoutant. At Guaranty Financial, Mc- Kirniie will be working primarily in the areas of accounting and fiscal control not only with the parent company but with management at the various Guaranty subsidiaries. Guaranty, publicly owned, has purchased five operating companies within the past year, Including Ashdown Manufacturing Corporation, a trailer manufacturing firm at Ashdown with which McKinnie was associated through M&M Leasing. McKinnie, born on a small farm near Hampton, is married to the former Iva Grist of Eng« land. They have no children. He graduated from Hampton High School, where he was class valedictorian, and attended Arkansas A&M College at Monti, cello beofre graduating with tenors from Uttle Rock University in 1961 with a major in accounting. McKinnie, an Air Force veteran who served in Korea, was active in {arm and youth projects while in high school and captained the Hampton basketball team, lie >lso was editor of the scftooj yearbpolt ant} earpecj $40 a month as % school bus driver during Ws senior year. He attended Arkansas A4M on scholastic and athletic scholar* ships awl worked & the NayaJ Ammunition Depot a^Camclenanjd at a rug factory in Monticello during the early J950's, After his Air Force service Oate 1953 until late 1955) iic» Klnnie was with American Cya» narai4 Company at Benton, A.W. Johnson Company, *n air conditioning gqujspment distributor in Little Rock; an4Traveler Boat Manufacturing Company of Little Rock while attending LRU at night during 1957*61. After graduation, be joined Corn Belt Hatcheries of Arkansas, Inc., at Hope as treasurer and controller. It later was merged with Suprex Drug, Inc. In early 1965, he joined Suprex (The Kroger Company) in Cincinnati, Ohio, returning to Arkansas late that year to join M&M Leasing at Hope. McKinnie was chief financial officer at Corn Belt Hatcheries, and when the firm was merged into The Kroger Company in 1964, he handled all merger negotiations. As controller of Suprex, he headed a staff of more than 100 persons tor a company which had annual sales in excess of $100 million. Guaranty owns and operates Joe-Lee Supply Company, Inc., of Pine Bluff; Delaware Clay Company, a brick manufacturing firm in Delaware, Ohio; Ashdown Manufacturing Corporation; Universal Insurance Company of Pine Bluff; Radio Sta- tlon KOKY in Little Rock, which it purchased only 10 days ago; and Southwest Booking Agency, Inc., of Little Rock. Guaranty also has announced plans to build a $1,250.000 extended care hospital facility near St, Vincent's Hospital in Little Rock, McCarty announced recently that a couple of additional acquistions were in the negotia. tlon stage and that others were being considered. Guaranty has stockholders, most of them in Arkansas, Its Baord of Directors is comprised of Mccarty, Ed Lester and Jim Portor Jr. of Little Rock and Walter Trulock UI, Lee Dun]ap, WUlUro H. Kennedy Jr. and E, Harley Cox Jr., all of Pine Bluff, Btarden Won't Hun Again PLYTHEYILLE, Ark. (AP^ State Sen. J. Lee Bearden of Leachville, who has served in the legislature since 1941, announced Monday he would noi sesk re-election this year. Bearden said his physician had id vised him against making the race. Burden is outranked in seniority in the Seit- ate' by only State Sen. Russell Elrod of Siloam Springs. C ongratulations Home* forfav announced a ve urnse e ce n ormer edera meaor for tteVwnd o^eSof Medlterranto Motlff and Arkla- Frank B. Miles, agreed upon by their new and complete tarn- f™^^^^** 1 heat ' ^ sldcs to ««!»">«« n f«°' ished-all ras. model home "The *"* ftnd air condltlonln K' tlations, said there Is no clear Hacienda" loSted adjacent to Mr - ^^ lnvlles ever y° rte to Indication when sessions will re- the C tormer homl of Mrs? Free- co ™, , vlstt ""• " Houso of Tom °- «•-,«. da Grennan off Pinecrest, near rrow Highway 67 East. Architecturally this all new home Is "California Rustic" and Mr. Strech said it will be open to ; the public from 1: p.m. to 6:' p.m. daily (Including Sunday) beginning Wednesday, March 27th, and continuing thru April •-6th.,' .. -J" ; , '.. . ,. Many of 'the features of this new home are usually found only in homes costing many times its three spacious bedrooms and two baths. Ofte of the features is a cobbled-brick wood burning fireplace. Caloric kitchen built-in appliances are featured Inavaca- do' green. All kitchen cabinets are custom built In dark walnut and are Individually hand rubbed for the craftsman finish. All draprles were custom designed LitIU iatli Man DU« In Wreck HORfH LfftLE ROCK (AP) - Larty W, Prtrlsh, 21, of Little Kocfc was Mlled estrty todftf tit * on«*c*r accident on U.S, 10 State Polict said Parifih's ear ran off the road and plungtsd down a steep embankment. He was dead on arrival ft( ft North Little Rock hospital, Indians Don't Uk« faint TltU MESCALERO, N.M. (AP) th« president of the National Congress of Indians says he wilt seek a court Injunction to prevent a proposed movie from bearing the title, "Nobody Loves a Drunken Indian." "1 believe the Amnrican Indian has a rather exciting atory to tell," said Wendell Chlno, president of the MescsUero Apstches, "a story pertaining to his ability to solve tits own problems and take hokl of his own future, , .It's a much more exciting themo than the old Western In my opinion." But Albuquerque author Mat Evans, a friend of Clalr Huffak- or who Is the writer of the screenplay, said the movie "Is all In favor of the Indians anil tells how they w»ro taken for a ride by the white mnn." Comden Plant Charged by CWA LITTLE HOCK (AP) ~ The International Telephone and Telegraph Co., communications equipment factory at Qimden has been charged with unfair labor practices by the Com- muncatlons Workers of America. The CWA filed the charge with the National Labor Relations Doftrd, TO- MHTA3W OX 101 i "_^7 ,7 „ V f it, «* * /U-i fr V * I V* Arthur -AND- STRECH HOMES For Building This Modern Blue Star Home " The Hacienda" We Are Proud.... To Have Been Selected To Furnish The Roof Trusses We invite you to attend Open House of "The Hacienda" beginning Wednesday, March 27 Thru Saturday, April 6 DAVIS DISCOUNT Building Materials 500 S, Walnut - H«p, Ark, - Phone 7-i633 Mtttiittttmittw***********************************

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