Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on April 30, 1968 · Page 9
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April 30, 1968

Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 9

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Flags Basketball HOPE (ARK) STAR, Prmtftd fy Offset Clarendon area, The subcommittee Is consider* ing funds for water projects to be included in a public works appropriations bill. President Johnson budgeted $100,000 to the Cache fciver project. ""' the project would involve two drainage ditches in northern Ar* kansas to funnel flood water from the Cache River into the White Kiver near Clarendon. Liquor to Minors Illegal LITTLE ROCK (At>) - The state Supreme Court ruled Mon* day that It is not legal to sell liquor to a minor If the person who sells the liquor does not know the buyer Is a minor, The Supreme Court Said, therefore, that a move by Clr* cult Judge Andrew Pottdef of Newport to dismiss charges against Eugene and Noble Jar« vis was an error, Ponder had held that there was no such crime as "selling to minors," Both men had been found guilty In Newport Municipal Toisrfiy, April 30,1968 Court on two separate charges of selling or giving intofcieante to minors. Each was fined ?150 and costs, Ponder's ruling was appealed by Prosecutor David Hodges of Newport, Hodges said that later legislation dealing with selling liquor to minors did not repeal an 18H9 statute that pertains to criminal offenses in connection with children. r Collier's Downtown VALUE DAYS Starts Wednesday At 9 A.M. Humphrey Is Discouraging ion ByJAQKBELL AP Political Writer Hope Star photo too late a Democratic presiden. dent to the Golden g^ ^ tial contender to get on Califor- state Atty§ ^ Thomag c< nia's June 4 primary ballot, is Lynch has said in Los Angeles moving to insure no proxy slate that the onetime pro-Johnson carries his name to possible de- slate will meet soon to caucus feat. on its presidential preference. Humphrey is discouraging While more than three-fourths any move by an uncommitted O f the individuals on the Lynch delegation— first organized to slate are reported to favor to Humphrey, the vice president * _ * . **. . .. , strug- back President Good students make good drivers.. and smart parents save with SAFECO. See us and cut auto insurance as much as 25% ANDERSON-FRAZIER Insurance Agency, Inc. 7-348 l Announcing SAFECO'S Good Student Policy bay b in iho ** ^ If yaw vw»f r JJQ% »l hi« c Ull , , « 91 bu» o "ft" «o *av« w ywr if Wi f radii BYtregi.*. fff US.Ypy Whfli'i 019*1-- Ibnl iv?d/ y«« ftJJJ It, are any public endorsement of him. Their reasoning is that the slate wouldn't stand an equal chance of winning the slate's 174 delegates, with the names of Sens, Robert F, Kennedy, D* N.Y., and Eugene J, McCarthy, D*Minn,, on the ballot and Hum* phrey's absent, Because his formal entry into the race last Saturday was de* layed until it was too late to get his name on any ballot, Hum* phrey plans whenever possible to avoid appearances in prl* mary states until after the voting is over, While he is conceding the presidential primary states on the first ballot to his rivals, Humphrey is already moving in on states that choose delegates in conventions and in district elections. Humphrey assesses his chances of picking off some of New York's 190 votes at a lunch* eon today with supporters and contributors in New York City, lie has delegate candidates run* ning in most of the state's congressional districts but ex* pects Kennedy supporters to control the delegation, The vice president will talk with Philadelphia area dele- pies on a visit there Thursday. His backers voiced confidence be can get a majority of Pennsylvania's 130 convention votes. The seeds the vice president's The Hope girl's basketball team left for Six Flags at noon last Friday from the high school. The trip for the girls and their sponsors, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Gibson, was financed by town people. Sheriff Jimmie Griffin was in charge of collecting the money and got $325. Contributors were: Ray Turner, $25; Citizens Bank, $25; Anderson-Frazier Insurance, $25; First National Bank $25; Hope Auto $25; Jimmie Griffin $25; KXAR $25; Kiwanis Club $50; lions Club $100. The team and Coach Gibson thank everyone who contributed to make this trip possible. They plan to spend Friday and Saturday nights and return to Hope Sunday afternoon. 53.5 Million Wanted for Ouchita Basin WASHINGTON (AP) - A House Public Works Appropriations Committee was asked Monday to approve $3.5 million more than had 'been budgeted for Ouachlta River Basin projects in Arkansas and Louisiana. The request was made by a delegation from the two states. The delegation asked for $22.4 million for the projects. "We know . . . there are many other-domestic calls that must be made upon the U.S. Treasury," said H. K. Thatcher of Camden, Ark., spokesman for the group. "We gasp, however, at some of the fantastic social- uplift and untried, politically inspired job opportunity schemes that present themselves demanding money. "By contrast, our projects which are under construction or are completed and in operation requiring maintenance, will provide hundreds of good jobs in low income areas where employment is urgently needed," Thatcher said. $4 Million Short on Tax Collections LITTLE ROCK (AP) - The Arkansas Legislative Council was told Monday that projected collections for fiscal 1967-68 would be more than $4 million short of the original forecast. Clarence . "Mike" Frost, consultant to the state Administration Department, told the council that a revised forecast show the collections would be $181.5 million. It had been projected that the collections for the current fiscal year would reach $185.9 million. Frost also said that the predicted $201,1 million collections in fiscal 1968-69 were now projected at only $196.9 million. Gov, Winthrop Rockefeller is scheduled to appear before the group today to explain his plans for getting the state out of a financial dilemna. Told Project May Aggravate Flood Problem WASHINGTON (AP) - John B. Moore Jr. of Clarendon, Ark., told a House Public Works Appropriations Subcommittee that the Cache River flood control project in Arkansas would aggravate flood problems in the workers began sowing in Maryland shortly after the President's exit from the contest sprouted in a pro-Humphrey delegation Monday, bound by the unit rule in casting its 49 votes at the Chicago party con* vent ion, This was regarded as a victory over Kennedy forces, wbo lost U4 to 23 an effort to knock out the unit rule. A beautiful 10 rib WINDPROOF UMBRELLA in the latest slim style design. Waterproof vinyl cover in gay colors.. Plus.. A RAINCOAT with hood, printed RAIN BONNET & RAIN BOOTS all in long - lasting plastic... Reg. Value UMBRELLA ............ .98 RAINCOAT— .......... .29 RAIN BOOTS ........... .19 RAIN BONNET— ...... .15 TOTAL VALUE YOU PAY ONLY Limit 2 sets per customer additional sets J 161 4 Piece Set CANISTER DOOR MAT 24 PC. Freezer CONTAINERS Insulated GALLON JUGS Set of 6 Insulated TUMBLERS Ml Sofa Pillows 88* Bed Pillows Foam $1.88 kitchen. The skillet to pi old fashioned in your cooking Black an stand designed and usefulness coil atop the ashtray cigarettes froi For those who missed our Skillet Special during our Anniversary Sale, we now have them - and- First Come, First Served! I Linoleum Rugs Size 9'x12' Juice Decanters M.OO Gallon Size With Glasses | Step Table or Coffee TABLE , Choice of Finish 4.88 Bestmaid Quilted 54" Garment BAG . Sliding Zipper . Metal Frame , Opaque Vinyl 1.00 I i SERVING CKYiTAL IIKI PLASTIC This lovely 5 piece hostess, serving set is ideal for everyday use or lor parly time. Perltcl for ijifts. SERVING PLATE SNACK5 i DIPS PUNCH BOWL. FOOD SAVER CAKE PLATE FRUIT BOWL * CREAMER 8. SUliAR [HAS MANY USES] Collier Furniture & Appliance West Second Street In Downtown Hope

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