Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 4, 1974 · Page 7
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Monday, November 4, 1974 HOPE (AKK.) STAR Hunt will be recalled to witness stand SCIENCE OF THE CURVE BALL is the subject of MIT Professor Harold Edgerton who took this stroboscopic photo of-boston Red Sox pitcher Lee Strange. This multiple exposure composite was taken at the rate of 120 pictures per second as part of Edgerton's study 97 Yerger students on Principal's Role Gene M. Ross, principal of Yerger Junior High School announces the 1st nine weeks honor roll ending October 18, 1974. There were 97 students on the Principal's Roll and 59 on the Merit Roll. In order to be eligible for the Principal's Roll a student must have a 3.5 grade point average or above, and for the merit roll a 3.0 grade point average or above. The Principal's Roll consists of the following students: 7th GRADE Wayne Allen, Malinda Arrington, Tim Bates,, Judi Bishop, Deanna Black, Rosemary Branch, Welsey Brown, Tami Burke, Jerome Chaich, Terri Cobb, Holly' Cofield, Tambra Cornelius, Teresa Dugger, Jami Duncan,/Diana Dunn, Randy Elledge, Joe Farrer. Kelly Frachiesur, Patricia Freeman, Mike Gilbert, Phillip Gilbey) ^Michael Godwin, Julie GraVes, KinTHairr, .Stephanie Hatfield, Scott Hughes, Ricky Hutspn, Tina Impson, Andy LaGrone, Carol Lockard, Mark McHenry, Lindee Manus, George Merrill. Pam Messer, Jill Morrow, Lana Parks, Anita Perkins, Ann Porter, Jenna Sue Price, Nancy Priscock, Beth Roach, Alex Romero, Jane Routon, Lisa Schultz, Sheri Simmons, Paula Straughter; Sydney Tye, Jennifer Washington, Karen Waters, Phil Watkins, Angle Wood. Students selected for the Merit Roll are as following: 7th GRADE Randy Andress, Steve Avery, Kathy Claypool, Annette Cornett, Karen Cox, Mike Dillard, Pam Embry, Yvonne Fry, Linda Gross, Mike Harper. David Harris, Robert Holt, Krishna Hudson, Frances Johnson, Clay Lockhart, Belinda Lough, Carolyn McKamie, Gary Martin, Denise May, Sherry McBay. Ruthie Moten, Cathy Otis, Flyda Kay Park. Christ Pastuszka, lisa Redlich, Sharlene Reed, Philip Rogers, Houston Smith, Maria D. Smith, Aaron Stuart, Darlene Wallace. The Principal's Roll for the 8th Grade consists of the following students: Debra Anderson, Cecilia Bearden, Rhonda Brock, Duane Brown, Vicki Brown, Donald Burke, Jan Burke, Billy Burns, Kelli Cagle, David Carter, Phyllis Cunningham, Jerri Dillard, Kim Duke, David Endsley, Ronnie Freeman, Tomy Hays. Laran Gambs, Sheila Hair, Debra Hartsfield, Kim Hoffman, Barry Hogan, Susan Hogue, Sandy Huckabee, Donna Johnson, Ken Johnson, Kristi Kellam, Greg Key, Brian Martin, Joseph D. Mayo, Mary Jo Modisett, Mark Moore, Alan Moore, Taylor King, Carol Jackson. George Nelson, Charlotte Peyton, Everlean Porter, Regina Renshaw, Robbie According UTlhe Department of Health, Education and Welfare, in both 1971 and 1972 more people died in New York state than any other state in the United States (185,238 in 1971, 182.570 in 1972). Exactly 96.9 per cent of all homes wired for electricity have vacuum cleaners. Robbins, DeMarco Simpson, Sheila Smith, Shari Sparks, Wanda Stone, Melinda Terry, Jerry Thomason, Karen Townsend, Ronda Watts, Stephanie Wilson, Clark Wood, Pam Wright, Joe Van Horn. Merit Roll for the 8th Grade consists of the following students: Jonathan Arnold, Kim Avery, Cindy Bostick, Skeeter Buck, Trade Elledge, Janinne Ellis, Lorie Ferrand, Lynne Fuller, Dale Glanton. Shasme Hicks, Linda Horn, Lisa Lazenby, Tim LeMay, Teresa McDowell, Lou Ann McGalliard, Jackie McCoy, Jamey McMullen, Ted Ortigo. Paula Parker, Danny Regan, Michael A. Ross, Sydnee Sinyard, David Smith, Becky Tefteller, Kendrick Terry, Susan Tolleson, Debbie Willingham. Brad Wright. WASHINGTON (AP) - Prosecutors in the Watergate cover* up trial said today they will recall Watergate burglar E. Howard Hunt to the witness stand because they have discovered that a memo he wrote five months after the Watergate break-in still exists. The revelation prompted one defense attorney to move for an immediate mistrial. Another declared, "1 have now a cover- up within a cover-up." Asst. Special Prosecutor James F. Neal said existence of the memo, dated Nov. 14, 1972, was revealed to him over the weekend by William 0. Bittman, who was once Hunt's lawyer. Bittman was named an unin- dicted co-conspirator in the Watergate cover-up by the same grand jury that indicted the five defendants in the cover-up trial. Hunt had testified that he and his wife had written a memo detailing the background of the Watergate break-in, including the involvement of White House officials, at a time when only seven lower-level men had been indicted and were to stand trial for the crime. Hunt quoted Bittman as saying he read the memo to defendant Kenneth W. Parkinson, an allegation denied by both Bittman and Parkinson. Neal said that, until this weekend, Bittman also had denied in grand jury testimony and meetings with the prosecutors knowing that Hunt's memo ever existed. Parkinson's lawyer, Jacob Stein, said he is now faced with challenging the credibility of Bittman and Hunt, both of whom have now admitted lying to the grand jury. Stein asked for a separate trial for his client, describing a "cover-up with a cover-up." John J. Wilson, defense attorney for former White House chief of staff H. R. Haldeman, asked for a mistrial. His request was rejected by U.S. District Judge John J. Sirica. Before the decision to recall Hunt, the prosecutors had indicated they were nearly fin- meets Prints Charming Off to a party and having a ball! Vicky Vaughn's people-print pajamas in the slinkiest Arnel triacetate jersey ever. You'll love the puffy sleeves, softly- turned turtle. Machine washable/dryable. Pastel Blue or Peach. 5-15. ished with the testimony of ma* jof witnesses and would soon play recorded evidence they say is among the most damning to be put before the jury. Watergate prosecutors say they plan to play more than 20 presidential tapes, on which are heard only the voices of Richard M. Nixon and one or more of three of the defendants. However, some legal preliminaries must be cleared up. The first of the tapes may be heard by the end of the week. The disclosure that Hunt's memo still exists, and the resulting legal arguments, de- layed Jeb Stuart Magruder's scheduled last day of cross-examination by the defense. Magruder, deputy director of Nixon's 1972 re-election campaign, has withstood most attempts so far by defense lawyers to chip away at his testimony. Magruder's story of the cover-up, in which he admittedly was a central figure leeply enmeshes defendants H.R. Haldeman, John N. Mitchell, Robert C. Mardian and Kenneth W. Parkinson. The attorneys for former White House' domestic affairs chief John D. Ehrlichman asked no questions of the articulate and forceful Magruder, who frequently stole the courtroom spotlight, away from defense lawyers. Magruder is serving a 10-month to four-year prison term for his own part in the cover-up. Magruder was to be followed by his former administrative assistant at the re-election committee, Robert Reisner. He is the only witness so far who has not been indicted or served a jail term for a part in either the original Watergate burglary or the cover-up. 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