Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on July 24, 1961 · Page 2
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 2

Hope, Arkansas
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Monday, July 24, 1961
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I' u y c- Two H O P b A l\ HOPt, ARKANSAS Monday, July 24, I96i Hope Star Treasurer Published evpry woekdoy affprnool STAR PUBLISHING co. Mrs. C. E. Palmer, President Alex. H. Woshburn, Secy-Treat. at The Star Building Sfor of Hope 1899; Press 1927 Consolidated January 18, 1929 212-14 South Walnut Street Hope, Arkansas Mex. H. Washburn, Editor & Publish* Paul H. Jones, Managing Editor Donol Parker, Advertising Mqr. C. M. (Pod) Roger, Jr., Circ'l. Mgr. George W. Hosmer, Mcch. Supt. •> Entered as second class matter o Hie Post Office ot Hope, Arkomo» under the Act of March 3, 1897. Member of the Audit Bureou of Circulations Subscription Rate", fpc\;.b> in odvoncf?) By carrier in Hope and nricHhorini Per week S .3 One month l.'Jt Per year 13.4 By mail in Horrcsfrcv:! N<-v;^!c LaFayette, Howard and ,V.r!pr Ccun ties — Ont month Three months Six months One year All other moll — Threo months 3.91 Six months 7.81 On* year 15.61 of Arkansas Dies at 56 I.ITTl.F ROCK I.\PI — Stnto I 'rri!a-uri'i- -T. Vance Clayton, "ifi. j wild lu'lil hi-- inli Inmirr than nny utlicr man in iln- stale's history, (lied Satir <i;i\. lie \\as to ho burii'd today in l-'orcst Mills Cemc-j ti'i-y near liere. I Cla-.'inii died in a T.ittk- Hock ; lid-niiai. In v.liieh he hail been rnMiiKil Inr --evcTal weeks. Cause MI! annoiim in). • i-i-diid >-'!ali j officer ear. Secretary of ill died in .lainiarv. .01 llt> (0 ll.'i Mam .8 1.8! 3.51 6.5C 'li..'. Chun li I in l>f ;it l.i»;;Mt ill' lit'V. '.in-lor of ere. w;is Orv;il K. Advertising Representative! Arkansas Doilies, inc., 160? StcrirV Bldg. Memphis 2, Tcnn,; 505 TPXC> Bank Bldg., Dallas ?, Texas: 360 N Michigan Ave., Chicago I, III: 60 E 42nd St., New York 17, N. Y.; 176." Penobscot Bldg., Detroit 2, Mict Terminal Bldg., OkJchcma City 2 Okki. Member of Tho Associated Prcsi The Associated Press L entttiod ex clusively to the use for republicatio* of all the local rows printed 'n th newspaper, as well a' all AP new dispatches. \Y ; r-'ir-.t Mi'ii; to Mif'riat". P;i !lh( '.'ircr F.uil.u.--. \V. R. Stephens ,,f Little H'uk. H. P, Chaiuv nl M.Ohee. C'iuirlcs nrih ,,l Uulr Ro.-k. H.A. Martin of Pine BHill and L. A. j t Hi'iMiTs.-m of I.idle Hook, j ide Clayton's wid- i 1 Arthur Clayton Ilireo f)|-nthc'rs. I one grandchild. t v.as elected i.'i and had been He had opposi- btii ahvavs won tion four tin 1 .' 1 Mo U. S. Crime Is Building, FBI Reports By JACK ADAMS WASHINGTON 1 (API — were more serious crimps in the United States last year than in any year in history. FBI Director J. Edgar Hover reported today. The surge of lawlessness reflect-;'" -'^wry. Faubus will have_to ed an astounding P8 per cent increase over 1950. he said. j By the FBI's crime clock there , was .a murder every 58 minutes, j A forcible rape every :'A min- j utes. \ An aggravated assault every •! ; minutes. '. A robbery every 6 minutes. These chilling statistics shaped the pattern of violence in ItHiO i with a serious crime committed : firs! hecanio treasurer, landled .>,">:.! million in At his death the total i d to .SL:::; million. i a nath. e of Tillar in | Di'sha Cntinty. He attended Tillar •Ilidi Schol and a Texas business Collf-'o. then went to work for a .MrGehee hank in 1!C5. He worked fur a wholesale grocer before 'riovin;: to Little Rock as state i income tax auditor in 1929. •' He held that post until 1933, Uvhen he became deputy secretary 'of state, hen. in liM.'i. he was first elected treasurer. ; He be'.ran a new two-year term appoint term. someone lo fill out his T Fire Damage at Searcy $200,000 SFARCV. Ark. (API —A fire which Fire Chief Hubert Coward said Carted in a cafe caused an estimated $200.000 in damage to six business places Saturdaynight. Damaged by fire were the Lure Cafe. M. H. Phelps Shoe Repair ! Three other stores in adjacent There are ill interchanges on the :"5:'.-mik> New York State Thruway. fi4lfiiHI every 15 seconds or a total of ( 1,861,300. Hover noted in the big rise in ^ am| Lnn Billiard Parlor _ crime over 1950 that the popula- Th , ec (ilhcr stores in adjacent tion increase for the decade was Uli!dill!rs ^fiered heavy smoke only 18 per cent. i-.,,| vv:| ^, r ( juma rv e Cause of the The FBI data, published in thc-:^ ^ m ,\ iw ^ n _ Coward said. annual "Uniform Crime Re-, ports,"* covered information supplied by more than 7.700 police agencies, and showed that 1980 topped 1959 by 14 per cent in murders, forcible rapes, robberies, aggravated assaults, burglaries, auto thefts and larcenies of $50 or more. Crimes against property Hoover said, were in general even more frequent, with a Inirslary every 39 seconds, a major larceny every minute, a car theft every two minutes. By major categories, robberies and burglaries were each up l" per cent over 1959. larcenies 14 pep cent, auto thefts 9 per cent. | Murders had a sharp 6 per cent ; rise. Aggravated assaults increased by 5 per cent and forcible rapes by 3 per cent. i There were 3.640 arrests for i each 100,000 persons during the • year with city arrests runnnig at ; about three times the rural rate. ! Beautiful Dyed-To-Match SKIRTS and SWEATERS By Koret of Calif, and Jo Collins — Put Yours On LayAway Today — THE FASHION SHOPPE 103 W. 2nd in Hope Texas Woman Finds a Diamond ; MURFREESBORO. Ark. '.\P> l —Mrs. Clinton J. Chriman. wife of a Dallas, Tex., certified public- accountant. Saturday found her , second diamond in four years at ; the Crater of Diamonds near here. It was a 5.83 carat stone and Howard Miller, who peraus the tourist attraction, valued it at S3.DOO to $3,500. Mrs. Chri-man said she found a l'-j carat stone here four years ago. In groups of five or more you TRAVEL ONE WAY FREE! Kilts worn by the famous Evzones of Greece some-ami--; contain more than 40 yards of material. * • phone 7-2651 HOME LOANS TITLE 1 (Home Improvement) • Conventional • FHA Build — Buy — Repair — Remodel — Refinance This is a local institution, owned by the nearly 500 people who save their money here, and we're here to help YOU with your savings and loan problems. You are cordially invited to use our many facilities. al "j'iuinyj'(. loin Jisiocia tion*\ Fred 0. Ellis, Secretary 2M S. Main — Pho. 7-4W1 Hiking your city a better place to live, work and ralsi I famlry- tha result of a Savings and Loan business PENNEY'S save now on everythi home! EY'S -^i^ ONLY .. -x^_ HOLD YOUR BLANKET ON LAY-AWAY! SAVE NOW AT REDUCED PRICES! AUTOMATIC BLANKET! 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