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BlyttievUle (Ark.) Courier News - Monday, M»y f, IMS- »i|« Five) X3us McMillian? Who Is He?': WR By JOHN R. »TARR Associated Press Writer LITTLE ROCK (AP) - One week after Gus A. McMillian's entry into the Republican gubernatorial race. Wmthrop Rockefeller's official reaction to his opponent 1st "Who is he?" "He's a one-time Democrat from Sheridan," Rockefeller w*s told. "I still ask, 'Who it he?' H Rockefeller replied. He indicated by some off the record remarks that he intended to find out. Rockefeller said that what he does about McMillian dpends on what McMillan does. * * * But nothing McMillan does, Rockefeller said, will effect a major change in Rockefeller's campaign strategy. "I'm not running against any- one," Rockefeller said. "I'm running for my program for a better Arkansas." He had said earlier, when he did not expect Republican opposition, that he would accent the positive in his campaign against the Democratic nomi' nee. Rockefeller, contacted by telephone at Winrock Farm, said he did not want to make an assessment of the right-man Democratic field it thli time. 'But It should be a very Interesting summer," he said. .McMillan ran for governor on the Democratic ticket In 1954, finishing fourth in a four-man field. + * * He filed as the third candidate in the 1954 race and some veteran politicians said he got in the race to make sure that Gov. Francis Cherry did not have to meet his main opponent, state Sen. Guy Jones, in the second primary. It would have been a three- way race without McMillan's because Orval Faubus filed just before the deadline and forced Cherry into a runoff. McMillan claims he threw his support to Faubus m the run: off and assured his victory over herry. . ' . Some Republicans expressed ismay at McMillan's entering lining their party and forcing statewide primary. John Paul Hammerschmidt, the GOP state hairman, said his party wel- omed any serious candidate ut raised doubts about whether McMillan should be taken seri- usly. McMillan said he got In the ace because he felt Republl- ans should have a choice. Tht dues given in the box below will help. What eccatred when? Study the map and match the numbers with the events listed in the box at rijht Score yourself 10 points for each correct answer. A K«e of 50-you're Wf'y hep. A score of 70— you're pretty sharp. A score of 90 or more-congratulations to o real newt hawk! MATCH 'EM UP D Two become on. D Clamor for peace Q Not guilty fj Games sites in 72 n Safe from draft No poverty here Reprisal O Birth curbs . rj Modern Pompeii Books are closed NEWS BRIEFS ELIOT, Maine AP) - Police say they have solved the mys- plete with crew — reported by residents of this area. Residents said they had seen saucer land in the Beech Road area of Eliot. Officers said five high schoo students admitted they had created the saucer with lights from motorbikes and other devices. ANNAPOLIS, M6V CAP) Two 1965 graduates of the U.S. Naval Academy have been selected to study at Cambridge University in England under Churchill scholarships. Ensigns W. Patrick Donnelly of Naumee, Ohio, and Donald L. Pilling of Bayside, N.Y., were among 10 U.S. recipients of the scholarship for engineering study. They are the first two service-school graduates to re- ceive the iwird, the Navy uld. LANSING, Mich. (AP) Eventual elimination of all tolls on the St. Lawrence Seaway is he goal of the Michigan delega- ion to the Great Lakes Commission. State Atty. Gen. Frank Kelley announced his group would press the subject at the May !7 commission conference in Milwaukee BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) - A set of rules allowing the prac. tice of the lack Muslim faith in state prisons has been filed in federal court by State Correction Commissioner Paul D. Me- Ginnia. The rules were filed in answer to a U.S. Dist. Court Order April 12. Two court decisions previously had held that Black Muslimism was a bona fide religion and was entitled to the other faiths. The Norfolk Naval Shipyard, oldest In the United States was founded in 1767, 31 years be•ore the creation of the United States Navy Department. The fuel cell, IB which full and oxygen convert directly into electricity, was invented in 1839 by Sir William Grove, an English physicist. HERMON JONES BUSINESS MEN'S ASSURANCE Ctf. 1UO Onion A» P6on« m-HOO Mn&phl* V Tttnnwsw Call for Frw Consultation. Insurance (or tstau planmni Kej Man, 'artnership in Corporation. Group. Pension. Retln* meat and Hflspitallatton H & D mm SHOP §8 Wholesale Bait fc Tackle &?. • Minnows • GoM IJ*f£ • Red Rin Shiners • WOCIM • Tuffiei • Crlcketi »- *»> • Crawfiih •) lee "'".f: • outboard Motor oil * G" • Hunting * ruhins UMM« Open 24 Hrs. on Weekend Ph. PO 3-1467 216 Laclede Blytheville, Ark. R. 3. 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