Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on May 29, 1968 · Page 12
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 12

Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 29, 1968
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MRrmimiMiMtrOM mm^ M# 2§, t§6$ ife Roundup of High Water in Southwest Arkansas - Your editor made these pictures Sunday, publication being delayed until today because of space limitations. \ Photo above shows one of the casualties at Nashville 'when a line squall uprooted many trees and damaged several houses Saturday night. This home is a couple of . . — Hope (Ark.) Star photos miles north on the Nashville-Murfreesboro highway. The family, being absent, could not be identified. But apparently no one in the Nashville "blow" was hurt, and traffic was heavy Sunday as crowds turned out to inspect property damage. You recall the concrete staircase leading down to the docks from the dock office of Swaha Lodge at Narrows Lake— well, it wasn't there Sunday, buried under a record high water level. Picture shows boat bobbing against the floor of the office— and a day or two earlier the water was four inches deep on the office floor. Water poured over the spillway of Narrows Dam for the third time in history, but we missed that "shot", the lake being Just level with the spillway Sunday. Swaha Lodge is now operated by Gene Regnier of Illinois, who last year bought out 0. B. Poland, long - time operator. Flooded ramp at Saratoga Landing on Millwood Lake is shown here. Stock Buying, Selling Cost Under Probe By JOSEPH R. COYNE Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON (AP) - The Securities and Exchange Commission has launched a full- scale inquiry into the cost of buying and selling stocks and suggested an interim cut In charges by the New York Stock Exchange by Sept. 15. Although aimed primarily at reducing charges paid by mutual funds which buy and sell thousands of shares of stock at a time, the SEC's drive to reduce costs also could save money for the small buyer. An Interim schedule the agency suggested to the New York Stock Exchange would cut costs on purchases of as little as 100 shares, As an option, the NYSE could choose to permit discounts on purchases and sale's exceeding $00,000, There was no Immediate reac- tlon from NYSE officials and SEC spokesmen said they had no idea which option-If either — the exchange would choose, Under existing law, the SEC could order its Interim schedule Into effect if the exchange balked, But the exchange could appeal any such order to the federal courts, Thinks Ample Flesh Reflects Intellect (AP) ful people are the bounteous on.es, says » psychiatrist who (MS Wiled lor a toll to the "cult of emaciation," Pi', TtedjJeus Kostrulwla of Northwestern University piwnos {or tt$ Plump in an artl. el* io the marine Chicago The flooded landing caused this traffic jam as curious crowds came down the hill to view the higti water. Closeup picture of escaping water from Millwood, taken from the west end of the dam. The Corps of Engineers office at the dam told The Star Sunday the lake level was 280,7 feet, compared to a normal level of 257- 23,7 feet above normal. AtOjple fleet), writes Dr. Kos- trip* reM "WeUoct ajjd " ftd ft» tor Ufe o| cor, onte "unfolds itself in a •S^^F.T!^ ^fpw*T:'R!^ p-spp-tp WF IPS w ,UI fit love," His list of beautiful people includes Buddha, Winston Churchill, President Grover Cleveland, trumpeter A! fflrt, Santa Claus, actor Peter Ustinov, and Mayor Richard J, Daley. H@ said the fight-fat fuss was by life Insurance On top of Millwood Dam you are looking at turbulent Little River as the gates let the water go downstream. This picture was taken from the east side of the darn, njes and doctors who practice internal medicine. They have created, he said, a "false Image of beauty," a hope. Despite "threats and cajolery," he said, many persons "behave with good sense," eat' Strange Way to Get Haircut ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Gov, David F. Cargo of New Mexico showed up at the Albuquerque airport Tuesday to meet Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller of New York with a ring of singed hairline and a red spot beside his left eye, "I got the darnedest haircut you ever heard of last night," Cargo said. Cargo said his stove had been under repair and he turned on the only burner that was supposed to have been operating. Flames shot out O f the stove IVor/rf Press Works Over Americans LONDON (AP) - The United States got a going over in the world press last week, with foreign pundits accusing Americans of lack of interest in events abroad and lack of knowledge about poverty at home. John Pilger, roving reporter of the London Daily Mirror, carne to the conclusion that "to burning him. be poor in America is to be un- American," "To most middle-class Americans, the poor and their distress are unknown," said Pilger, M ."if an ordinary white family is not eating its fill, then the cause is obviously drink or lack of ambition.,," Louis Heren of the Times of London finds that the American presidency makes sense "only when it is seen to be a latter- day version of a British medieval monarchy,,,as it existed for a century or more after the signing of the Magna Carta in 1215." Dail Sketch writer Sarah Drummond decided after a visit to New York that "New York girls aren't a patch on London girls fashionwise," "They dress to conventionally, and all too like momma," she said. "Who wants to look elegant at 18?" West Germany's Frankfurter Rundschau denounced the recent rejection by the U.S. Senate of a proposal to ban mail order sales of rifles and shotguns. Citing the assassinations of John F, Kennedy and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr,, the paper charged that a powerful anus lobby sways legislators in Congress and manages to shelge attempts to place tighter control on the sale of firearms.

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