Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on April 26, 1968 · Page 3
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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, April 26, 1968
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HOPE (AM) STAR, Printed I* Offset FrMM. Anril 28. UJf roi LEGAL NOTICE iit*p*« tatiiriiail n 6! Winess ahd oilier MM ettffe^j pfdVid* x &ttU!ft ftfi am- anU for bther purposes, tftetefofe, be it Gfdained ofjlha City rt ',§eet{6fi 1» That the mayor any ••tttfe ft condition which Iff his jtfdgtfient, a civil disturbance, riot, Insurrectldh' of Hitie df lo» cal disaster has arisen or is imminent, said .mayor may declare a state of emergency and impose i CUffef f6f such time and for sttfh areas as he deems Recess* airy to meet such emergency. Pro* .vided, however, such curfew Shall nof $feh*d fdr over a per' iod of forty-eight (46) hours unless extended by a majority vote of tfie members of the governing body. Section 2* That no person or persons shall congregate, operate any businesses on be upon the streets or other public ways, un« -lefcs on official business for the city or state, in any area of areas designated by the mayor as curfew areas in the city during the time of any .declared emergency. Section 3. That, any person, , firm or corporation violating any , provision of this ordinance shall , " upon . conviction thereof be. punished by a fine not to exceed Five Hundred ($500.00) Dollars or more than one (1) year imprisonment, or by both fine and imprisonment. Section 4. Whereas, during time of emergency it is necessary that the mayor be given authority to protect the general population of the city from fire and other destruction and this ordinance being necessary for the public protection of the peace, health and safety, an emergency is hereby declared to exist and this ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage. Approved: • >. , Donal Parker . ! ••;>.;•. - i Mayor, ' ' ' Hope, Arkansas " 'Attest: Frances S. Reynerson Clerk or Recorder Date: April 23, 1968 Published in the Hope Star on the 26th day of April, 1968. April 26, 1968 It's Original The statue of Winged Victory in the Louvre is the original. When found on the island of Samothrace in 1863, the statue was in many fragments but they were later carefully united. * SHORT RIBS MO, 846 ' Aft ordinance to be entitled! An ordinance to amend section 12*13 of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Hope, Arkansas: to set garbage and rubbish col* lection fees: Arid for other pur* poses, fie it ordained by the Board of Directors of the City of Hope, Arkansas: Section ii that Section 13* 12 of the Code of ordinances of the City of Hope, Arkansas, is hereby amended to read as follows! "there shall be charged as* sessed and collected from each residential premise within the city limits and from each business premise within said city limits the monthly amount as per schedule which Is filed in the office of the City Clerk at the City Hall. The treasurer shall collect these garbage and rubbish fees either through the water depart. ment as a separate item on each water bill or by any other practical means of collection." Section 2: This ordinance shall be in full force and effect on and after April 23, 1968. Adopted and approved this 23rd day of April, 1968. Donal Parker Mayor, Hope, Arkansas Attest: Frances S. Reynerson City Clerk Published in the Hope Star on the 26th day of April, 1968. April 26, 1968 LEGAL NOTICE WARNING ORDER In the matter of the petition of the Arkansas State Highway Commission for changes to Bois D'Arc Lake-Sprtnghill Road, Route 355. State of Arkansas, County of Hempstead. The following named persons: Thomas Moses, Wade White, Marvin Fincher, Bobbie Chance, Alma Foster, Willie Allen, Ray. rnoud Powell, A. G, Fuller, William Reynolds, and Bryan Monroe, are hereby warned to appear in the County Court of Hempstead County, Arkansas, within thirty days and answer the petitioner's complaint. Dated this 17th day of April, 1968. Mrs. Pat McCain County Clerk Hempstead County April 19, 26, May 3, 10 By FRANK O'NEAL rr£wHiii MAN'S fits IT'S TERRIBLE!! Shore Dinner Aniw*r t« Prtvlout Punl* ACROSS fPUP 10 WWp'rawk Jl Spice ' — -"i. •.. 14 Put Into piw« brochttt* aOBtri " UHibituaUi zicoil* 13 Herojrte hwe 22 Yowwf IS St « duck* 23 Atb*oa Id D*v«|t»Uon . Z4W*rW»4 }7 Nwrpw tswnb- » comfprt form) , 27 H«W»UM («brlc It --— 4* *<rt« t 21 Redact li Coloring »g«nt »FU»4rouUiM HI -4IC1M MizlU MMH Mill-41-1 I-IMISIM « SPOUT 41 Oriental foodJtuH Sheriff Jimmie Griffin is shown with a prisoner he wouldn't like to lose again — Carl Joe Ceaser, 27, who escaped from a work detail at the Hempstead jail April 13. He was captured in Hugo, Okla. by Mr. Griffin and re- Weather Experiment Station report for 24- hours ending at 7 a.m. Friday, High 78, Low 84 Forecast By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ARKANSAS- Partly cloudy to cloudy through Saturday. Scattered showers and thundershowers over most of the state tonight and Saturday. Warm through tonight, but not so warm most sections Saturday. Low tonight mid 50s to low 60s. Weather Elsewhere By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High Low Pr. Albany, rain 54 41 T Albuquerque, clear Atlanta, clear Bismarck, cloudy Boise, cloudy Boston, clear Buffalo, cloudy Chicago, clear Cincinnati, clear Cleveland, cloudy Denver, cloudy Des Moines, clear Detroit, cloudy Fairbanks, cloudy Fort Worth, clear Helena, cloudy Honolulu, cloudy Indianapolis, clear 79 46 Jacksonville, cloudy 64 47 Juneau, cloudy 52 Kansas City, cloudy 64 Los Angeles, cloudy 81 Louisville, cloudy Memphis, cloudy Miami, cloudy Milwaukee, cloudy Mpls.-St.P., clear New Orleans, cloudy 74 50 New York, clear 55 42 Okla. City, clear u4 43 Omaha, cloudy 45 Philadelphia, cloudy 55 Phoenix, clear Pittsburgh, clear Ptind, Me,, clear Ptlnd, Ore,, cloudy Rapid City, clear Richmond, cloudy St, Louis, clear Salt Lk. City, cloudy 5C 37 San Diego, cloudy 70 57 San Fran,, clear 70 55 Seattle, cloudy 56 45 Tampa, cloudy 81 67 Washington, cloudy 71 39 Winnipeg, cloudy 53 29 (T- Trace) THE NEGRO COMMUNITY By Ester Hicks Phone 4678 pr 4474 CALENDAR OF EVENTS The 2nd Quarterly Conference will be held at Bethel A.M.E. Church Sunday April 28, with Rev, R, N, Thomas, Presiding Elder of the Preseott District, preaching at the morning worship hour, and presiding at the business session of the confer* ence Sunday afternoon. This clonge is made in the regular wards the worker with more Thomas and Mrs. E, L, Hicks will leave for Philadelphia, Pa., where they are delegates to the 38th session of the General Conference of the African Methodist Episcopal Church, which wiil convene May 144. AU class; leaders and auxiliary heads are asked to be prepared to make their quarterly Do vis May Run tor Some Of/ice LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Lynn A, Davis, who was ruled ineligible to serve as State Police Director because of a residency requirement, said Thursday he thought he was eligible to run for a state position and reports Sunday. Rev, J. E. Hughes, pastor. The Greenwood Spiritual sing* ers of Magnolia will appear at Bethel A.M.E. Church the 4th Sunday in May. FUNERAL SERVICE Funeral service for Rev, N. Young will be held at the Foster High School, Lewisville, Sunday April 28th at 2 p.m. The remains will be flown to Los Angeles, Calif, for burial. Rev. Young is survived by his widow, Mrs. Mary Young of the home; three daughters, Mrs. Vernice Harris, Mrs. Maggie Lee Thomas, and Mrs. Lurlean Turner; two sons, Bobby and Cur-Hope Star photo tis Young, all of ^os Angeles; turned here whPfPhP is under two ten grandchildren, and thirteen for tardS? #** BTMtohUdMn. numerous *" **** ' "* that he was considering seeking an office, Davis said he had been en* couraged to run for several different offices but declined to say what office he would seek if he ran. Davis sa*id he had been encouraged to oppose either Sen. J. William Fulbright or Rep. Wilbur D. Mills, but added that he wasn't sure he met the resi* dency requirement for a national office. Davis said he would file as a Republican if he decides to run, He said there were deep Democratic roots in his family, "but that doesn't mean that I wouldn't change parties after finding out what the difference is " He said the people who had encouraged him to run for "good citizens interested in good government." "I don't consider myself a politician...," Davis said. "However, I sometimes think that more people need to be interested in politics and need to be willing to make sacrifices. "I feel that's the only way we're going to have good government — a government representing the people and not just special interest groups," he peal to me. That would seem said. "That's the only reason (the idea in) running would ap- to be the only way some things can be accomplished." C. L. TAYLOR Word has been received here of the appointment of Claude Lennon Taylor to the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Taylor Sr. of Fritch, Texas, formerly of Hope and is the grandson of Mrs. Claude Taylor and the late Mr. Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. Claude W. McConnell, Hot Springs, also formerly of Hope. He is a graduate of Sanford- Fritch High School and a student at Frank Phillips Junior College, Groger, Texas. The Star Is authorised to ah?, nounce that the following are can* didates for public office subject, , to action of the Democratic Prl*. mary. !j i For County Judge ,' FINIS ODOM :c ; For Tax Assessor . CARTER SUTTON For Sheriff & Collector .'. JIMMIE GRIFFIN '! j For Prosecuting Attorney BILL DENMAN, JR, For Circuit Clerk :i JIM COLE ' .; For Representative ARTHUR L. STRECM . TALBOT FEILD, JR, •> For Treasurer HARRY HAWTHORNE j For County Clerk MRS. PAT McCAlN For County Coroner ,;: J.'T. HONEYCUTT In music, a cappelia means "without accompaniment." '•> 71 41 72 48 64 44 60 41 61 46 39 35 .13 55 .45 60 38 39 31 .01 54 28 .05 48 32 40 32 45 35 76 56 50 35 83 64 .04 42 47 59 62 41 78 58 84 74 .14 52 31 54 33 .09 34 .08 37 ; 88 50 40 30 64 42 53 47 .21 59 34 .09 69 37 65 45 Artist's drawing of AP&L's $140-million nuclear plant planned {or construction near Russelluille. You've called us AP&L through the years, so we've decided to give recognition to this simple way of identifying our Company. We're changing our signature as we move forward in the Nuclear Age. One example is the nuclear plant AP&L plans to build near Russellville — first in the Southwest; another is our participation in SEFOR, an experimental project which seeks even more economical energy from nuclear fuel. We hope you like the new color, too — the refreshing green will make our Company name easy to recognize and, at the same time, add a bright touch to the Land of Opportunity. The symbol and signature are changed, but you'll always find the same friendly folks at AP&L—people who are on the job to make living great for you today, better tomorrow. ARKANSAS POWER A LIGHT MIDDLE SOUTH UTILITIES SYSTEM

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