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June 26, 1961

Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 2

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1 w.r> MOPt S r A R , HUM,, ARKANSAS Monday, Jurtt- 26, 1961 Hope Dealer Plans Service Improvement The homcmnkcr. tired of mntl- cly tracks, unshaven repairmen and unsatisfactory results when she lias to call for appliance repair, now has a weapon with which she can strike back — a postpaid card which allows her to rale both the serviceman and his work. Its part of a new program — Maytag Red Carpet Service — now. being offered in this area by Lehman Auto and Home Supply, 213-215 S. Main St. Hope. Originated by a major home laundry appliance manufacturer, it aims at helping service organizations in supplying promptly (he quality appliance service justifiably demanded by consumers. As its name implies, customers receiving (his service" will be given the full "Red Carpet" treat* ment. The firm authorized to handle the program gains through a buildup of greater customer sat- j i.sfaction and confidence. In qualifying for the program. Lehman Auto & Home Supply had' j to meet a set of rigid standards established by Ihe Maytag company.'s service department. The 'local firm is required to have ade- iquale facilities and trained service personnel, provide service ,'williiii 24 hours and have its men i properly uniformed an its trucks | identified with Red Carpel (locals. i A serviceman making a call | wears his official uniform, incluct- i ing red bow tie and official hal, j carries a white toolbox bearing j a Red Carpet insignias and has credi'iUiaals certifying him as a qualified .Maytag service .special- list. Carrying two Red Carpets, jhe places one over the appliance and the other on the floor for his toolbox and tools to prevent marring either the appliance or the floor. Before his work is finished, Voters to Settle Continued from Page On« crnor would not act, credit. Fatibus declined to predict the lout come of the election, but said he was hoping for victory. A total of 003,795 Arkansans are eligible to vole Tuesday, but (only about one-third' of them are expected to' go to the polls. The Arkansas Democrat said in its .Sunday editions that Little Rock jhc sprays the appliance wilh a cleaner and- wipes il thoroughly. • On leaving, he 'hands the home- j maker an evaluation card which she is asked to fill out and mail. Maytag considers the new program another step in the direcl- ion it has followed in the more than half century it has manufactured home laundry appliances during which efficient appliance service has been a guiding principle and major objective; THANKS FOR YOUR RESPONSE TO E. W. COPELAND HARDWARE CO. 2ND AND ELM ST., HOPE, ARK. Many Many items are still in stock that will be real savings for man, woman or child. Come in and Browse. 3 ONLY TRICYCLES 77T06 3 ONLY MURRAY 16"BIKE . 16.00 1 Only All leather SADDLE 82.50 ASSORTED POCKET KNIVES 3 ONIY BATHROOM SCALES % OFF OCCASIONAL TABLES . 5.00 GE LIGHT BULBS 40W - 60W 75W - 100W 15c EACH 1 Only 3 PC. Bedroom Suites 110.00 ' Only BRUSH HOG ^ 350.00 POWER TOOLS i ».. kl!ll V_ll_ ft Ml . I *A« II • By Miller Falls, Skill and Weller. SAWS, DRILLS, and SABRE SAWS I/, OFF VENETIAN BLINDS 2.50 CARPENTER TOOLS By Plumb, Miller Falls, True Temper. Hammers, Saws, Screwdrives, Etc. 3 ONLY Table Lamps 4,00 R. F.O. Mail Boxes 2.15 1ONLV Ploy Pen 12.00 I ONLY ElfCTRIC ICi GUAM Freezer 21.00 JUST RECEIVED — ORDERS WE COULDN'T CANCEL 20 GALV. GARBAGE CANS &U2.00 No. 2 GALV. WASH TUBS . . . 1.80 10 Qt. GALV. BUCKETS .... 60c E.W.CopebndHdwe.Co. CORNER 2ND ANP ELM ST. VISIT OUR ANNEX FOR BIG ITEMS gamblers -were giving (f-to-5. octds •—either wny— orf the election. Coltrcll • Saturday made public a letter signed by Chi. John, Bv Morris] Jr.', assistant 'adjutant general, and sent to employes of the state Military Department and all units of the Arkansas National. Guard. It told the employes and guards' men that they would have Tues* day off and said: "AH personnel are urged to lend their support to the passage of the institutional building bond program on Tuesday, 27 June, 1961. Personnel who cannot be at 'ieir legal place of voting on ilection dny will make necessary irrnngements to- vote absentee in. upport of; this program." Cottrell said this was a military command to vote for the bond ssue. In his telegram, to. the entagon, he asked that Morris and Gen. Sherman, T. Clinger, the ndjutant general, from whose of- ice the letter was sent, be re- ieved of command: p*ending a complete investigation to determine "possible flagrant violations of existing regulations." Cbttrell's telegram, asked for quick "public retraction o£ the military order so that guardsmen will know before Tuesday that they are not bound" by it. The telegram continued: "We specifically request facts concern- ng possible misuse of federal government property, possible use of postal privileges and personal conduct reflecting upon the integrity and high standards of senior grade National Guard of- 'icers as well as our other military leadership." Copies of the telegarm also went to the postmaster general and the Arniy chief of staff. Clinger said the letter was not an. order ta vote for the bond issue. He said he could under- itand that opponents of the bond issue would misinterpret the paragraph of Col. Morris' letter. He said "It is urging them to exercise their right to vote." Carter in his Sunday night statement reiterated the University's urgent construction needs and' said if the bonds are defeated, a "costly delay/ will be imposed upon: the institutions and upon the 1 people they serve." He said, needs will become more critical the longer action on a building program, is postponed. J. W. Hull, president of. Arkansas. Tech at Russellville;. Sunday night issued: a statement asking Pope County residents to vote for. the- bonds. He- said four studies since 1956 have proved the need for- construction at Tech. "Had we had appropriations for class: rooms and laboratories throughout the years," he said, "the need for the present proposal would not be with us." He said an interest rate of less than four per cent on the bonds is assured because payment from the general revenue fund has been pledged in order to get the most favorable rate. Garter said exiting facilities at the University are "inadequate for current enrollments." In a letter made public over the weekend, Faubus. told an. undisclosed 1 ' number • of voters that hard* core integrationists and moderates who had opposed him in the school' integration controversy seek-to discredit him by defeating his bond program.' The letter was addressed to "Dear Friend." It said loss of the election Tuesday would place "in a position of influence and power the strongest, integration leaders in Arkansas."' If the bonds are defeated, he said, opponents will; take it '"as a mandate to' begin, the still more active promotion of forcible integration of the schools of the state." Murfreesboro, county seat of Pike county, was first? called Zebulon, in: honor of Lt. Zebulon Pike, early 19th-century explorer for whom the county was named; Bond Issue Could Bring Big Spending By WICK TEMPLE LITTLE HOCK (AP) -Arkansas voters Tuesday arc faced with the- greatest financial decision in the state's history. Gov. Oval R. Faubus- is asking [hem to approve issuance of up to $60 million worth of bonds to provide construction funds for state colleges, the University of Arkansas, and state institutions. Coupled with $14.5 million that must be redistributed by the legislature from the unconstitutional omnibus expenditures act, the, spending total is $74.5 million. Fatibus and other bond backers say the'bond plan is a safe, sound way to pay for sorely needed con- slruclion. The governor points to the Slate. Hospital, part of which has. been comdemned as unsafe, and to cramped conditions in colleges. Opponents of the bond bill say ^hc only way the stale will be 'able to pay off, the bonds, fees (and interest is through new or higher taxes or by diverting public school or welfare-funds. They isay they realize construction is needed, but then back a more conservative bond issue or a pay- as-you-go plan to provide it. It has been a hitler campaign. Opponenls of Ihc bonds have charged Faubus with trying to "mortgage the future of Arkan- sas" and provide political . and tmbritllerl authority for his administration. The governor said opposition to the bonds is tied to integrationists jwho are trying to crush his pres- tiege by defeating the bonds. He warned that if the bonds are defeated, the strongest integration leaders in Arkansas would be placed "in a position of influence and power." Opponents lashed Faubus for injecting the race angle, and criticized the bond program itself because they say it does not specify for what purpose the money shall he used. They alstf claim interest, bond broker and attorney fees will run the $00 million figure up. The Arkansas Education Association, one of the ;most vigorous [anti-bond groups, said $90 million will be needed to*'f>ay off the bonds. • Faubus has promised there will be no additional taxes and no Ulrain of state agency funds to pay off the. bonds. He said, all the bonds would, not be issued If revenues do not increase. Sr ABS INSTAUFD • InttalUd MMtine • Central Air . • WM«r Caff tor Cr«« ItMmafw CATMPO SALIS OMICI v JU'/j S. Main - Hop* Hope Star Published. tv«ry WMkdgy. afternogn ITAft MIIUSHINQ CO. Mr*. C. I. MMW, foliate** Abv M. WMbfevm, t**y-TM«fc , « Thr l*w 1«IMI«« Star •» M«M ItffTtoM IMT CwtMUteM JMMMW Mb mt 3U-I4 Mar. »• M* Officer* * Officer* ItoM, «*•*•»•! MMtlt. », 1M7. •4 *• AM* htrMn •« Subscription tatm (povobt* in •dvanc*) •y eyrly In Hop* and neighboring OM m*ib''"",'~'"~\"™».'.'.'.".'".'.'. I!M 1X41 ty rooil in HempstMd, Nevada Lofoy«««, Howard and Milttr Court- .1! '••' l.$4 7.* 1S.M MvtMMw BwiMMitvNvM Oalllw, IW./U02 Stericfc M«m«bii J, T«an.; SOS Tuiai Bonk Wdfl., Pajki* 2, T«xos; 360 N ., Michlgon Av«., CMc*oe I, III;; 60 E. «2o* »., Mew York IP, N. Y.; 1763 D^wJt 2, Mich OfclahOfiM City * r» Mi« «». 0^1 *» local Ar> in tht< SAFEWAY SPECIAL LOW PRICE ON... 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Oxydol Quality Detergent Large Box 32c ElChico Mexican Dinners - 79c Ivory Liquid Detergent - 39c Fab All Purpose Detergent Large OO — Box OOC Silver Dust Blue Detergent Giant OO^ Box O/C Palmolive Toilet Soap 2 Kt 29e Heinz Baby Food 6 5S 63c Res«rve The Right to Limit Purchase* (C) Copyright 1961 Saleway Stores, Incorporated

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