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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 1

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A', Uent Mooting DAVID PEARSON AND MRS. RALPH EMERSON MAY PERMANENT WAVE (Your Choice of Type) Curv-Body-Curly $6.50 and up Man«Y Boauty Salon 114 W, 2nd PR7-3118 — Frank King photos with Star camera MRS. B. C. HYATT Members of the Hope Lions Club yesterday enjoyed a number from Camelot In a program presented by the Friday Music Club. Mrs. B. C. Hyatt spoke for the group and introduced Mrs. Ralph Emerson and David Pearson and then accompanied them as they sang. A slide of scenes from an international convention in Toronto, Canada was presented by Bob Morton, Plans were made to help bolster the faltering Red Cross Blood program which Is so important to the community yet lacks enough support. Guests were Webb Convillion of Texarkana, guest of Roy Warren and Hollis Moses of Hope, guest of W. D. Flowers. Carol Can't Make Up Mind LOS ANGELES (AP) Where the blue Pacific gently washes the sunny shores of Southern California, everybody knows that Dick Annotico loves Carol Appel. The trouble is, Carol can't make up her mind. So- Last Wednesday she got a bundle of record albums of love songs in the mail. On Thursday a bouquet of flowers three feet wide came to the door. On Friday, a 500-word telegram. On Saturday, a big newspaper ad. On Sunday, a 13-page love letter. On Monday, two 30-second radio commercials asking for her hand in marriage. "I'm impressed," says Carol, a 26-year-old divorcee with two children Andy, 3, and Robby, 6. "But, seriously, I haven't made up my mind yet." i 3 I CONFIDENTIAL REPORT To The Members of... OAKCREST BURIAL ASSOCIATION Continuous growth, made possible by your loyalty and confidence, enables us to report the largest net cash reserve in our history . . . As a member of the Oakcrest Burial Association, you can be proud of the fact that this cash reserve has grown to this amount by assessing our members ONLY (4) ASSESSMENTS PER YEAR. All claims paid ... $52,275.95 As of 4-31-68 This cash, on deposit in every Bank and Savings & Loan Co, in Hempstead County, guarantees the protection we promise our members. Assuring you of financial aid when the need arises. We also thank you for your splendid support in making this association the strongest in our county and providing all our people a choice in this area of very personal service, OAKCREST BURIAL ASSOCIATION Vance Marcum, Sec. Dial: PR7.6772 P.S. Remember - Oakcrest Burial Assn. members pay only (4) Times per year. Tell your unprotected friends to coll Ookcrest today. We'll give them the good news how pennies a day will Insure them and their families, Real pro. teetlon with a cash reserve to back it up. UK («W)ST»II, Muted hOftstt Obituaries Man Caught In Shying of Sheriff HOME, MOUNTAIN HOME, Afk,' (AP> Edwin 0. Pitman, 28, wanted in the slaying of Baxter County Sheriff Emmett Ed* monds, was captured early to* day outside the home of his wife's parents at nearby Cotter, ending one of the most massive manhunts ever staged in the rugged ozark Mountains, Pitman was spotted by vol* unteer deputy John Ed Isbell of Little Rock about 12:30 a,m, and the capture was made 15 mm* utes later by Boone County Sheriff Doyle Hlckman of Harrison. Authorities said that as many as 200 persons had participated in the round-the"Clock search for Pitman following his escape from the Baxter County Jail here early Saturday morning, Edmonds, 49, the father of three, was killed during the jailbreak when he and another officer were overpowered by Pitman. Edmonds was felled by two bullets, police said today. Previous reports said that he ; had been hit three times. After Isbell, an engineer designing a water sewage project for Mountain Home, spotted Pit-; er al Home, man, Hlckman moved in from two blocks away and quickly made the arrest. He said Pitman dived under a pickup truck when lights were beamed in on the house. Officers said Hlcman ordered Pitman to come out from under the truck, hold his hands up and move with his back towards the officers. Pitman offered no resistance, police said. A 357 magnum pistol, identified as belong to city policeman Abe Heisklll, was found at Pitman's feet. The fugitive from Cotter had been jailed on a charge of attempted burglary and was to have appeared in circuit court Wednesday at a pretrial session. Funeral services for Edmonds •were scheduled for 2 p.m. today at the First Baptist Church here with burial in Memorial Gardens. MRS. LILLIAN LOE Mrs. Lillian Loe, 81, lifelong resident of Hempstead, died Monday, She was a member of the Baptist Church. Surviving are her husband, S. E. Loe of Hope; three sons, Roy and Ray Loe of Eugene, Oregon, Arils Loe of Calif., six daugh* ters, Mrs. Frank Yarbrough of Hope; Mrs. Jewell Prentls of Calif., Mrs. Eunice Carter of Texas, Mrs. Elsie Keator of Florida, Mrs, Mary Kathrlne Stanley of Little Rock, Mrs. Lucille Beckwith of Missouri; four brothers, Joe Carlton of Hope, Elbert Carlton of Emmet, Charles Carlton of Rosston, and Porter Carlton of Little Rock and a sister, Mrs. Oscar Powell of Patmos, Services will be at 3 p.m. Wednesday at Marlbrook Baptist Church by the Rev. Johnny Carlton and the Rev. Wesley Thomason. Burial will be in Marlbrook Cemetery by Oakcrest Funeral Chapel. DR. L. T. LAWRENCE Funeral rites of Dr. L. T. lawrence who died Sunday were to be held at 3 p.m. Tuesday at First Presbyterian Church by the Rev. James A. Mitchell of Little Rock. Burial was in Memory Gardens by Oakcrest Fun- CHICAGO (AP) - Dr. Willis J. Potts, 73, pioneer in pediatric .surgery credited with devising a heart operation that saved hundreds of "blue babies" from death, died Sunday. Potts' technique, developed in 1946, involved correction of congenital heart defects that cut off oxygen supplies in infants and gave their skin a blue color. NEW YORK (AP) - Dr. John R. Nichols, 69, educator, agriculturist and U.S. commissioner of Indian affairs in the early 1950s, died Sunday after suffering a stroke. He was president of Idaho State University for 14 years. Weather Experiment Sta. tion report for 24- hour s ending at 7 i a.m. Tuesday, Hjgh^ 77, Low 49 > Forecast ARKANSAS - Considerable cloudiness with scattered showers and thunderstorms over the state tonight and east half Wednesday. Not much change in temperatures tonight and a little cooler Wednesday. Low tonight 50s west to 60s east Weather Elsewhere By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High Low Albany, clear 60 34 Albuquerque, clear 77 41 Atlanta, cloudy 70 47 Bismarck, cloudy 54 41 Boise, cloudy 57 35 Boston, clear 60 45 Buffalo, cloudy 53 33 Chicago, cloudy 60 48 Cincinnati, cloudy 61 40 Cleveland, cloudy 51 30 Denver, cloudy 72 53 Des Moines, rain 67 52 Detroit, cloudy 59 36 Fairbanks, cloudy 60 38 Fort Worth, cloudy 79 67 Helena, cloudy 47 37 Honolulu, cloudy 83 70 Indianapolis, cloudy 63 43 Jacksonville, cloudy 77 65 Juneau, cloudy 55 31 Kansas City, cloudy 71 55 Los Angeles, cloudy 70 54 Louisville, cloudy 63 46 Memphis, cloudy 74 53 Aiami, rain 81 74 Milwaukee, cloudy 51 44 Mpls.-St.P., rain 60 48 New Orleans, cloudy 77 47 New York, clear 62 44 Ckla. City, rain 75 56 Omaha, rain 61 51 Philadelphia, clear 62 38 Phoenix, clear 87 50 Pittsburgh, clear 54 27 Ptlnd, Me., clear 64 42 Ptlnd, Ore., clear 56 39 Rapid City, rain 56 38 Richmond, clear 66 37 St. Louis, cloudy 68 51 Salt Ut. City, clear 52 30 San Dieeo. clear 66 53 Seattle, cloudy 57 45 Tampa, clear 85 70 Washington, cloudy 65 42 Winnipeg, rain 56 43 (T~ Trace) College lean If Approved BATESVILLE, Ark. (AP) Sen. J. William Fotbright, D- Ark., announced Monday the approval of a $382,000 federal loan to help Arkansas College construct a $911,450 physical education facility. HOLLYWOOD (AP) - Rex Carlton, 53, producer, director and writer who was president of Laurel Films in New York and Rex Carlton Productions in Hollywood, was found shot to death in his apartment. Police said death apparently was by suicide. KENTUCKY (from page one) cie's Hat was third. -The track said that under Rule 14.06 of the Kentucky racing regulations, "when a sample indicates the presence of such medication, such horse shall not participate in the purse distribution." Under the rules of racing, the wagering on the race is not affected. It is customary to take a urine sample from the winner after the Derby. A sample is also made of another horse chosen by lot. The second horse tested Saturday was Kentucky Sherry. Mom is Special! AND HER FAMILY IS SPECIAL TO MOM! T GIVE HER A Custom Made SOLID GOLD A BIRTHSTONE FOR EACH MEMBER OF THE FAMILY -GRANDMA, TOO! IOK gold (ring only) $5 for each personalized stone STEWART'S STORE 208 SOUTH MAIN HOPE, ARKANSAS Wlnreck fate li Saturday WtNROCk FARM, Ark. (AP) — Thirteen cattlemen from Aus* tralla and Santa Gertrudts breeders from Central and South America and throughout the United States are expected here Saturday for the iith an* nual production sale at Winrock Farms. Gov. and Mrs. Winthrop Rockefeller will be hosts for 3,000 to 4,000 persons for lunch before the sale. Slayer Soys His Rights Violated LITTLE ROCK (AP) - U.S. District Judge Oren Harris gave attorneys 25 days Monday to file written briefs after conducting a habeas corpus hearing for a state penitentiary inmate who claims his rights were violated when he voluntarily confessed to murder. Jack R. Bell Jr., 49, of Augusta, is serving a life sentence for the slaying of Leland McFall of Mountain Home in 1964. Bell is seeking a new trial on the ground that he was not advised of his rights to remain silent and consult an attorney before he confessed to the slaying. Showers Are Expected for Arkansas By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Showers and thundershowers, sparked by a cold front, are expected to be numerous m Arkansas until the front leaves the state late Wednesday afternoon. Considerable cloudiness is expected in the west half of the state tonight and east half Wednesday. Little temperature- change is forecast. High temperatures Monday ranged from 78 at Texarkana to 71 at Harrison, Fayetteville, Blytheville and Little Rock. Overnight lows ranged from 61 at Texarkana to 52 at Little Rock. ft«p. AIM Seeks lob of REP. FEILD HOPE, Ark. (AP) - On a January day in 1941, a young lawyer from Hope took his seat in the Arkansas General Assembly as state representative from Hempstead County. Six governors, a world war, the space race and countless thousands of bills later, 55-year- old Rep. Talbot Feild Jr. of Hope is still holding forth as one of the House leaders. Feild holds the distinction of being the only pre-World War n member of the House. Sen.Lee Bearden of Leachville is the only senator to serve prior to the war. Feild who took time out from his legislative career twice—to serve in World War II and later to run for prosecuting attorney — hopes to put a new feather in his cap if all goes well for him in this year's legislative elections. For the First time in his long career in the General Assembly he is a candidate for speaker of the House. The only other announced candidate is Rep. Hays McClerkin of Texarkana. By a quirk of coincidence the two sit side-by-side in the House chamber. Feild who is chairman of the powerful House Rules Committee said he had been persuaded by his colleagues to seek the House speakership. "It has been many years since Hempstead County has had a representative to serve as speaker of the House" he Tuesday, May 1, 1968 declared, "And I feel it would be an honor for my people if I could be elected to this position, So really it is the people running as much as it is me." Feild said he felt his chances are excellent at this stage. A similar statement has been made by McClerkin, The speaker will be elected formally on the opening day of the 1969 General Assembly. A native of Hope, Feild is a graduate of Hope High School and the University of Arkansas' School of Law. He has practiced law at Hope since graduating— except for the time he served as a naval aviator. He got his first taste of politics in 1938 when he ran fourth in the eight-man race for two legislative seats. He came back two years later and triumphed. In 1948 he was unsuccessful in his bid for prosecuting attorney, He was elected to the House in 1952 and has served continuously since the 1953 session. Feild has a total of 20 years in the House and is tied with three other members for seniority. Feild is one of the most active members of the Legislative Council, the off-season arm of the General Assembly. His most recent concern is the U. S. Treasury Department's decision to remove the tax- exempt status of industrial bonds issued by cities and counties. Feild said he — like most legislators — is seriously concerned over Arkansas financial plight. "It is my judgment that a determination should be made — and the expenditure of funds should be reduced proportionate to the budgetary reflections of an impending deficit," he said. "I know the people of my county do not want more taxes. I know they want us to curtail expenditures and have the cost of government stay within the income." He suggested that the Rockefeller administration might try some belt-tightening in order to stabilize the financial situation. House of Burgesses The first representative legislative body in America was the House 'of Burgesses. It met at Jamestown, then the capital of Virginia, on July 30, 1619. 'HOME FURNITURE CO.' A. C. graduation will be a memorable one when you give a Sweetheart Chest by Lane® She'll need -one. Because a lot of things can happen between graduation and the time she gets married. Things like traveling, more school, pinning, engagement, showers. Things that bring in presents, and more presents. 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