Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on April 18, 1968 · Page 11
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 11

Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 18, 1968
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lirsday, April 18,1968 Exchange Student Visits Here HOP! (UKI St*l FRYERS FRESH DRESSED BABY BEEF ALL MEAT B. N. Holt photo with Star camera Left to right: Sary Jugo, Debbie Garner and Mrs. W. A. Williams Wells Files Against Maurice Britt LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Rep. Bill G. W oils, 37, of Hermitage, saying he believed he was better qualified than Republican incumbent Maurice Britt, filed Wednesday for lieutenant governor. Wells, who lias served four terms <n the Arkansas House, was the second Democrat to file. Gilbert Leight, a Little Rock insurance man, filed for An exchange student from Peru, South America is visiting in Hope. She is Sary Jugo, 17, and attended the Valley Forge School of Cleveland, Ohio where she lives with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Garner and.daughter,,Debbie. .„ , . t ».,„, They are all visiting the R. L. Rogers family of Patmos and the Earl Locketts of Hope. The exchange of students is made possible by the American Field service. Miss Jugo is a senior and has a very high grade average. the position last week. Wells said he thought he would win if he received his party's nomination, adding that; Britt "won't be In the realm o.f competition." Asked about Us support of the 196G Democratic gubernatorial nominee Jim Johnson, Wells said he would support Johnson or any other Democratic candidate for governor this November. Through Wells declined to say whether he would support former Alabama Gov. George Wallace for president if he gets on the Arkansas ballot. Court Docket CITY DOCKET Berry Wright, Drunkenness, Plea guilty, fined $16.50. Chester Bradford, Curtis Lawrence, James Rhodes, Drunkenness, Forfeited $16.50 cash bond. Wade Bradford, Jr., Roger Dale Johnson, No driver's license, Forfeited $11.50 cash bond. o A . J. L. Holmos, Harvey Scott, Driving while intoxicated, Plea guilty, fined $106,50 and 1 day in jail. Jim Weatherspoon, Driving while intoxicated, Plea guilty, fined $356.50, 15 days In jail, driver's license revoked for 1 year. Clarence Hill, Rayfield Lindsey, Harold Rushing, Disturbing peace, Plea guilty fined $31.50. Harold Rushing, Assault and battery, Forfeited $31.50 cash bond. Billy Ray Kendrick, Hazardous driving, Forfeited $31.50 cash bond. Wade Bradford, Jr., Reckless, driving, Forfeited $31.50 cash bond. . Jim Weatherspoon, Driving while driver's license revoked, Plea guilty, fined $31.50 and 10 days in jail. Fannie Marie Poindexter, Shop 1 -lifting-,"-Foffeite'd -.$81.50' cash bond. Norman Ranee GUI, Escape, Forfeited $16.50 cash bond! Vergie Stuart, Possessing untaxed intoxicating liquor for sale, Plea guilty, fined $106.50. Short Ribs HEAVY Smoked Jowl HEAVY SMOKED Ham Hocks 3 1.29 Salami SUMMER 4,3,1.00 Sausage PAN 4 1.00 Sausage 79* 1.19 4-1.00 LB. STICK Good Lean Pork Chops Lb. 59C Choice Baby Beef Fresh Lean Gr. Beef ULbs. I. CABBAGE GROCERY — AND — MARKET 223 South Main St. Hope, Ark. SLAB SLICED BACON LB .59l) BOLOGNA 3 ^1.00 GROUND BEEF 3 u, 1.39 PORK CHOPS SAUSAGE 5 uJ.OO FRYERS ..290 SOLID OLEO ARMOR D LBS. 1. MIDWEST Mellorine 3 HO RUMP ROAST LB.65I LET US PROCESS YOUR MEAT IT MAXES A "DIFFERENCE" WHEN IT IS QUICK FROZEN SERVICE OFFERED tef U$ Cure and Smoke four Horns & Middlings TWIN PAC DEL MONTE Catsup 20 oz. i nn BOTTLES I.UiL SWEEPSTAKE Mackerel 4 CANS 1.00 GREAT NOUTHKHN OR " 1NTO Beans Potatoes 10 "> Biscuits 12CAHS.1.QQ HUNTS Peaches 3 JJNS 1.00 TOMATOOIl PINEAPPLE Juice CANS "MARKET'BASKET Milk 6 TALL CANS T» Lettuce HEAD 190 Zestee or. 39v Crisco _______ 3 CAN 89 V ROBIN HOOD ALL PURPOSE Flour 10 LB. 1. Green Beans CANS MMMPBWRHH Carrots PKG. 15C it STATE DOCKET Walter Newton, Drunkenness, Plea guilty, fined $31.15. Lloyd H. Johnson, Willie Ogden, Sr., No driver's license, Plea guilty, fined $26.15. Lloyd H. Houston, Willie Ogden, Sr., Driving while intoxicated, Plea guilty, fined $136.15, and one day in jail. Glen Jackson, Jr. Speeding, Forfeited $26.15 cash bond. The following forfeited $46.15 cash bond on charge of OVERWEIGHT: Acme Brick Company, Baker & Son, Hoffer Truck Lines, John Jacques, Jaroos R. Jenkins, Mountaire Feed Company, Mountaire Feed Company, James R, Smith. CIVIL DOCKET Hempstead County Memorial Hospital vs. William Applegate, Action on account for $53.50, Judgment for Plaintiff by default as per precedent. Coffon Belt Unfair, Say Negroes LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Two Negroes have filed suit in U.S. District Court against the Cotton Belt Route, charing the rail* road with violating the equal empioym< it opportunity section of the 1964 Civil Rights Act. Willie Eugene Roberts of Pine Bluff said he lost his job as a student fireman after he complained to the railroad that white employes were hostile to him. He said a cross signifying membership In the Ku Klux Klan was placed on the celling of the locomotive cabin. Theordore D. Wyatt of Al* Theimer said he was a porter on the Cotton Belt from Wl until 1959 when the railroad dis* continued passenger service and demoted him to a section laborer. He sa'd he bail a'so perform^ the duties of a brakeman even though he was paid the salary of a porter. He said that In 1965 lie applied for promt *ion to brakeman and was turned down because he was 12 years older than a wmpany-iniposad aje requirement for beginning brakemon. Rib Steak FRESH GREEN RED CELLO BAG LB. LB. . UbLilAJ £WV(j 191 CARROTS , FRESH CRISP I 21 tf CELERY FRESH CRISP PASCAL STALK Washing Powder FAB Giant Size 69C Extra Special Liquid Vel SUNKIST ORANGES RED DELICflOUS APPLES •TTlsbury" All Flavors Cake Mixes 3 B ° xes o9y HUNT'S PEACHES ••••••••••••«•••••••• . bc-tt^u 3 & 690 Pinto Beans REGULAR 491 Lysol Spray Jumbo Size 59C Solid OLEO 3 Size 00 Cans SHORTENING Snowdrift BLACKBURN RIVER BRAND BENCO Syrup NABISCO Fig Newton REGULAR 12 COUNT Kotex ••••^••—^—. Del Monte White Cream Corn 4 £l89tf Va GAL. 3 1LB. BAGS BOXES CORN CHIP - CHEESE TWIST V/VX*>*1 V ****• 'W »*JMMM*>* 1.00 Pork Rinds LARGE WHITE 1.00 Eggs 331 89C 5 211 Size 4 Aft CANS •? 5JV La BAG 70Z. CAN Donald Duck Orange Juice nn iUU 'Cans Del Monte Tuna T P at 1 00 ' vJ Cans liVU HMMHBJBH(l!!PM^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^*^^^ Lipton TEA B OXUi 39v ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^•^^•^••M PmHPM^^^^^I^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Midwest Mellorine |3*c£l.OO 1 Folgers Coffee ^;69(! tMMBBHHMMMB*BMMMMH Pet Milk 6^1.00 WMHMBHMHMMHHiMMHHM Folgers Inst, Coffee r z l.29 A Hft Bfc ^^ K Im W f J WE DELIVER PHONE 7.4404 \} i $, MAIN ST, i ARK,

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