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llythevlll. (Ark.) Cwrltr Nm - TuekUy, July *, MM- f«J» AIDC Chairman Hamilton Moses Dies LITTLE ROCK (AP) - C. Hamilton Moses, chairman of the Arkansas Industrial Development Commission and long a guiding force in the industrialization of the state, died Monday night at the age of 78. Moses was dining at a Little Rock hotel with -Sen. John L. McClellan, D-Ark., when he was struck with an apparent heart attack. The one-time president of Arkansas Power. & Light Co. gained national prominence in the 1950s for his criticism of federally owned power companies. Moses was born in Hampton (Calhoun County) in 1888. He received bachelor of science and bachelor of arts degrees from Ouachita Baptist College at Arkadelphia, a master's from Tulane University at New Orleans and a law degree from the University of Arkansas. He served as secretary to three Arkansas governors: George W. Donaghey, 1911-1913; George W. Hays, 1913 -1915 and Charles H. Brough, 1917-1919. The late Harvey P. Couch, founder and first president of Arkansas Power & Light Co., hired Moses in 1919 as general counsel for AP&L and other Couch enterprises. Moses played a vital role in the development of telephone, railroad and electric systems, including the Arkansas, Louisiana and Mississippi power and light companies; the Kansas City Southern and the Louisiana and Arkansas railroads. Moses was a law partner «f the late .S. Sen. Joe T. Robin- ion, whom Moses liked to recall "was the only man to ever fire me when he was elected governor." McClellan's son also was a law partner of Moses before the senator's son died. In the early 1940s, Moses helped develop the "Arkansas Plan," a statewide program designed to develop the rural, community and industrial resources of the state. Moses became the second AP&L president in 1941, succeeding Couch. He was appointed chairman of the board in 1952 and he retired from active company service four years later. He was a member of the AP&L board until two months ago. Man of the South of Dixie Business Magazine in 1949, and being featured in a Business Week magazine cover story in 1953. Among the Other groups, Organizations and businesses with which Moses was associated were: Midwest Video Corp., American Radio and Television, Terminal Warehouse Co., National Association of Manufacturers, Midwest Research Institute, Arkansas Livestock Show Exposition, Rotary International, Masons, American and Arkansas bar associations, Arkansas Farm Bureau Federation, Ar- kansas Press Association and the Arkansas Economic Council-State Chamber of Commerce. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Lena Goodwin Moses; a son, C. H. Moses Jr. of West Memphis and three daughters, Mrs. W. T. Eubanks of Memphis and Mrs. Robert P. Lindsey and Mrs. W. H. Bransford, both of Little Rock. Funeral services are set for 11 a.m. Wednesday at the Im manuel Baptist Church in Little Rock, wiSi the Rev. W. 0. Vaught Jr. conducting. Burial will be in Roselawn Cemetery. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (AP) - Syria and Israel swapped charges of aggression again Monday as they brought rival complaints before the U.N. Security Council. Syrian Ambassador George J. Tomeh told the 15-nation council an Israeli air strike against Syrian installations July 14 was "naked aggression." He warned that Syria could no longer remain passive "no matter what the cost." Israeli Ambassador Michael S. Comay countered that Israel ordered the strike in reprisal for "continual Syrian violence against Israel's population and territory." The latest clash was set off by the long dispute between Israel and the Arab states over diversion of the Jordan River's waters. BELFAST, Northern Ireland (AP) — A three-month ban on public processions went into effect today as the government tried to quiet bitter Protestant- Catholic controversy that led to weekend rioting. The ban, effective for 15 miles around Belfast City Hall, was ordered by the Cabinet of Northern Ireland Monday night. A Cabinet statement said gath- cism. He is serving three months.in jail for unlawful as scmbly. SEOUL, South Korea (AP) Torrential rains continued to pound South Korea today, bringing 12 more flood deaths and raining the toll since July 15 to 59. The National Flood Committee said 16 other persons were missing and 68 had been injured. . NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) - The Cyprus House of Representatives extended the term of President Makarios and of the members of the House for another 12 months Monday. The five-year term of the president and members of the House expired last August, but similar legislation last July prolonged it for one year. Gov. Orval Faubus appointed erings of three or more people Moses to the AIDC in 1964 to j considered "likely to cause a fill Winthrop Rockefeller's un-i breach of the peace" are prohibited. Police used clubs and water hoses over the weekend to quell mobs protesting the jailing of the Rev. Ian Paisley, 40, a Protestant extremist who claims expired term. Lake Hamilton near Hot Springs and the Hamilton Moses Power Plant near Forrest City were named in his honor. Moses had several other hon- there is a plot to sell out North- ers, among them being named I ern Ireland to Roman Catholi- News Briefs WASHINGTON (AP) - A watershed improvement program for the North Fork of Ozan Creek has been approved and sent to Congress by tile Budget Bureau, Rep. James W. Trimble, D-Ark., announced Monday. The project provides flood control measures covering 46,436 acres of Hempstead, Howard and Pike counties. Total cost is expected to be $1,691,732 and the federal share is expected to be $1,064,878. WASHINGTON (AP) - The Senate confirmed the nomination of L. Earl Jackson as Postmaster of Lonoke, Ark., Monday night. HOUSTON, Tex. (AP)-Glen Wade Dickson, 23, of Morrilton, Ark., was shot to death outside a residence here last Friday night. Sheriff's officers quoted a 51- year old man as saying he fired at a man who followed his 17- year old daughter home. Officers quoted the older man as saying his daughter ran into the house screaming: "There's a man after me." Dickson was shot in the chest with a rifle. A spokesman at the sheriffs office said no charges were filed immediately and the case was referred directly to the grand jury. MCALESTER, Okla. (AP) The Oklahoma Pardon and Parole board voted Monday to consider clemency for Lindell Hitchcock, 35, a prisoner who donated a kidney to save the life of a Tulsa woman. Th« board agreed to consider the application at its September meeting. In an operation at a Little Rock, Ark., hospital, Lindell gave the kidney to a Tulsa housewife who doctors said could not have lived without the transplant. Hitchcock is serving a three-year term for auto theft. MARYSVILLE, Calif. (AP)Philip E. Dansby, 20, of Fordyce, Ark., died Sunday in Beale Air Force Base Hospital of injuries received Saturday in at two-car collision near Marysville. Another airman from Florida also died from injuries suffered in the accident. BLYTHEVILLE, Ark. (AP Robert Whipple, about 21, was fatally shocked Monday when a television antenna he was putting up came in contact wife a high voltage line, State Police said. Trooper Marvin Weeks said Whipple had just moved into a trailer court here Monday morning from Poplar Bluff, Mo. Weeks said Mrs. Whipple was hospitalized after the accident, apparently from being in a state of shock. Her condition was listed as satisfactory. PINE BLUFF, Ark. (AP) Pilot operations of the Illinois Too Works Inc. of Chicago will begin here by October, plant officials announced Monday. The firm, which will manu facture industrial tools in a 40,000 square foot building, is already 70 per cent completed, officials said The existence of a new firm was announced by city •fficiali in January, but RECIFE, Brazil (AP) - Authorities pressed an investigation .today into an airport bomb explosion that killed two prominent men as they awaited the arrival of the government's presidential candidate, Gen. Arthur da Costa e Silva. -Anyone with a record of Communist affiliation or sympathy was taken into custody, authorities said. The bomb went off at Guararapes Airport Monday as a crowd awaited the arrival of Costa e Silva for a campaign visit. His plane was delayed, and he arrived later by car. A retired rear admiral who heads the local power company and an aide to the governor of Pernambuco State were killed and 10 other persons were injured. the name of the firm was withheld. A spokesman said the firm expects to employ a full compe- ment of 170 persons by early next year, with up to 300 persons to be employed within five years. ELECTION (Continued from Page One) feller who was involved today in a primary race against Gus McMillan of Sheridan, who, Rockefeller said, was put into the race by Democrats for harassment. McMillan ran for governor as a Democrat in 1954. * * * Faubus has made no public pronouncement for any candidate. He has promised to support the winner against Rockefeller. While the governor's race has attracted the most attention, election officials will be counting a full ballot when the polls, which open at 8 a.m., close at 6:30 p.m. CST. Sen. John L. McClellan and each of the three incumbent congressmen have opposition, and there is a five-man Democratic race for a vacant congressional seat in the 4th District. None of the incumbents is believed to be in trouble. The Mosquito's Many Loves The mosquito may be a general nuisance, but he doesn't go around bestowing his dubious favors on just anyone, a study reported in an American Medical Association journal discloses. His real passion is for certain types and it amounts to frenzy for anyone with a dark complexion, a warm skin and good health wear' ing perfume and dark clothing. Dark skins draw 22 per cent- more mosquitoes than light complexions, Negroes 60 per cent more than whites. Good health can be a drawback. The bite is put on healthy types much more frequently than on the ill. The warmer the skin, the better the mosquito likes it. Temperature in the upper layers is the big attraction. "The Land between the Lakes" in Kentucky refers to two lakes that did not exist a generation ago. On one side is Kentucky Lake, .formed when Kentucky Dam impounded the Tennessee River in 1944. The other is Lake Barkley, which began forming in 1965 when the gates were closed at Barkley Dam on the Cumberland River. Perfume and cologne are likely to attract more than the opposite sex. Mosquitoes home in on a fragrance. Highly active people, particularly if they perspire heavily, set themselves up as targets. Mosquitoes have definite color preferences. They go in particular for black, blue and dark teds. OBITUARY • Mrs. Kerbough Dies at Age 87 Mrs. Ola Kerbough, a longtime resident of Dell, died yesterday after a long illness. She was 87. Mrs. Kerbough was born in Lauderdale County, Tenn., and moved here at an early age. She was a member of the First Baptist Church of Dell. She was the widow of Albert Kerbough, who died in 1957. Mrs. Kerbough leaves two daughters,' Mrs. D. W. Cranford of Dell and Mrs. B. J. Quillen of Memphis; Two sons, R. Floyd Kerbough of Memphis and Eddie R. Kerbough of Dongala, 111.; Five grandchildren, 13 great grandchildren, and two great great grandchildren. Services will be conducted at 2 p.m. tomorrow at First Baptist Church of Dell, with Rev. J. C. Smith and Rev. Jesse Brunner in charge. Burial will be in Elmwood Cemetery. Howard Funeral Service is in charge. Hook and Ladder Job NEW YORK (AP) - A .man who followed firemen up an aerial ladder into a burning Bronx apartment, wasn't much help in putting out the blaze but didn't do too badly for himself, police said. They charged Frank Maysonet, 34, with stealing clock-and transistor radios and a set of electric hair clippers from an apartment next to the one swept by fire. Cool Thief HOPK1NSIVLLE. Ky. (AP) A thief decided to do something about the hot weather. He took the air-conditioning from Kermit Greg's automobile while the | car was parked downtown, Greg told police. Clever Crooks TROY, Mich. (AP) - Thieves borrowed an auto agency's tow truck hoist to heist the agency's safe Monday. They used it to lift the one-ton safe, containing $35,000 in cash and checks, onto a getaway truck, police said. Emma Harris Funeral services for Mrs. Emma Harris, 93, of Steele, who died yesterday in Hayti, will be held at 3:30 p.m. tomorrow at Wesley Memorial Methodist Church of Sleele, with Rev. Charles Miller and Rev. Marvin Niblick in charge. Burial will be in Number Eight Cemetery, with Howard Funeral Service in charge. RIOT Mrs. 0. F. Sanders . Services for Mrs. Othella F. Sanders, 78, who died yesterday will be Thursday at 2 pm. al the Cleveland Street First Baptist Church with Rev. T. J. Greene officiating. Burial vf'l be in Sandy Ridge Cemetery with Home Funeral Home in charge She leaves a sister, Mrs. Ruby F. Stephens of Shaw, Miss.; Four brothers,. Eddie Fowler, Floyd Fowler and Booker Fowler. all of Detroit and Claud Fowler of Ontario, Calif (Continued from Page One) gun shooting early Saturday of Benoris Toney, 29, in a parking lot. Toney was in his car when he was shot. Sabetta and La Riche were held for the grand jury on $5,000 bond each. No arrests have been made in the other three fatal shootings. Mayor Locher, appearing before the City Council Monday night, denounced last week's rioting as a matter of lawlessness, not of civil rights. Councilman Leo Jackson, a Negro from the Glenville District, also said Hie rioting had nothing to do with civil rights, adding that it was part of a struggle for power in the Negro community. Daryl Spencer, former player with several major league clubs, has played infield for the Hank- yu Braves of Osaka, Japan, in recent seasons but maintains a home in his native Wichita, Kan., and spends a part of each winter then, WET NAM (Continued from Page One) Viet Nam's fuel storage areas last month. The Buddhist leadership reminded the military regime thai some of the politically minded monks remained dissatisfiec with the generals' pledge to put Hie country on the road to civilian rule with an election for a constitution-drafting assembly Sept. 17. The acting chairman of the Buddhist Institute, Thich (venerable) Thien Hoa, called on the faithful to abandon immolation as a method of. protest, adding however that fiery suicides hac not ended the tribulations of Buddhism. Thien Hoa succeeded to the political leadership of the 2-mil lion-member Unified Buddhis Church when the institute diair man, Thich Tarn Chau, decide! to take a leave of absence for health reasons when he failed to win wholehearted support of his policy of moderation. Marine patrols turned up 3i more enemy bodies as the nun continued just below the buffer zone separating the two Vie Nams, but the last significant contact witb the North Vietnamese took place Monday afternoon when units of the 1st ant 4th Marine Regiments came under mortar fire. No Marine casualties were reported. A U.S. spokesman sai( Marine losses have been li since several thousand Leather necks and South Vietnamese troops began Operation Hast ings July 15 after allied intelli gence reported the infitration of the North Vietnamese. How ever, one Marine company tool heavy losses Sunday when Com munists cloaked by thick jungh battered the unit and another company trying to link up with it. Another strong North Viet namese force was reported in positions in central Viet Nam along the Laotian and Cambo dian borders, possibly waiting for the right moment to strike across the highlands. If success ful, such an operation could cu South Viet Nam in two and out flank the Marine foothold in th Da Nang-Hue area. Rotterdam, the Netherlands is Europe's busiest port. Butterflies signify joy in Chi neat lort. Daily Record Wtathtr U. S- Weather Boreal Afrleuturai sonic* Ktlier. Ark. Yesterday Only a few showers ell oyer Arkansas with only hree out of 27 stations report- ng moisture. We can definitely ay amounts were quite varied lince Clarksville reported 2.67 nches while Dardanelle and lonesboro reported only traces. Maximum readings were mostly in the low 90s with lows his morning ranging from 65 at Gilbert to 74 at Walnut Ridge. At 9 a.m. this morning skies were clear to partly cloudy and orecasts have returned to a 10 o 20 percent probability of showers. Our weather maps indicate no features that should ause any immediate change in he .weather pattern. A low-pressure trough along ;he eastern slopes of the Roek- es offers the next sign of encouragement. The light showers o heavy downpours that fell over the state last week greatly mproved prospects for the Ar- tansas cotton crop. Square formations are becoming heavy. Fields are relatively clean of weeds and grass and are well lultivated. Lack of moisture still continues to be a problem n some areas. An indication of low spotty the heavy showers iave been is noted in the fact that at the experiment station at Reiser irrigation of soybean Fields is continuing due to lack of mositure while less than 20 miles away unofficial reports of two to three inch showers over the past weekend have been received. Yesterday 1 ! Hl»h—91 Overnight Low—73 Precipitation prevldufc M h6ur« (to 7 a.rn. today)—flbn* Precipitation Jan. 1 to flats—30.30 Sunset Today—7:07 Sunrise Tomorrow—5:0fl This Date A Yeir A|« YeEterttay'1 High—90 Overnight Low—72 PrtMpitatlbn Jan. I to dati—28.63 World Deaths AKRON, Ohio (API-Alexander Russell, 66, attorney, charter member of Frontiers o America, Inc., a service group and president of the Nationa Association of Real Estate Brokers, died Monday after an operation for ulcers. resented 300 ictort, actresses and writers in his 35-year c*> reer as agent, died Sunday after a heart attack. He was credited .with discovering film itari Ginger Rogers, Robert Taylor and Robert Young. .-.;.. Markets Open Bleb Low Urt Chicago Wheat Sept. Dec. Mar. 188 188% 185% 194% 195 192 198V. 198% 196V. Chicago Soybeans Nov. Jan. Mar. 327 328 3 /i 322% 333 333 3&U7Z 334% 335 329% 186V1 192" 196* 323 326% N«w York Stocks Texas G. S «6V» Chrysler 38% RCA A. T. & T. Dow Reynolds Tobacco 87Vi Standard N. J 68% Holiday Inn 41% Ark-La 41V* Ark-MO 13tt Divco-Wayne 30 SOUTHPORT. England (AP.i —Dr. James Firth, 78, an expert in drugs and poisons and 'or many years a medical 'A- vestigator for British police.- died Monday. BURBANK, Calif. AP)-Bogart Rogers, 69, brother of writ- :r Adela Rogers St. John and lead of a firm which supervised )hoto-finish cameras for many •acing associations, died Sunday after surgery for a blood clot. He had collapsed Saturday at Hollywood Park race track. LOS ANGELES, Calic. (AP)Nat Goldstone, 82, who had rep- 47,'/4 «4?i 67V4 Xerox 228% IM 81V« 'an American 65% 'ord ...., 45% Westinghouse 50 ! /« U. S. Steel 41% lurtis Pub 9'/4 Comsat ........'.: •;-.„. 50>/4 Amer. M0t0r$ 10% 52% Sears 'arke Davis . Gen. Electric Beth.. Steel ••••••#••• Bj Colt FUNERAL HOME IntetritJ ROBERT WHIPPLE, Arrange, merits All Work Guaranteed 18 Years Experience BILL BEARD Auto Body Pa int& Glass Works 2213 Birch St. (Rear)2 Ph. PO 3-8345 If your job disappeared tomorrow" what would you do? Some jobs will simply disappear in the near future. New ;•,..., machines, new techniques will make them obsolete. If ''-:i your job is one of them, hitting the panic butter, won t ' •'.-• help much. What will help ii planning ahead. Preparing -•" for the new jobs, the new opportunities progress alwayi T:7 brings. '•!•• You won't get tomorrow's jobs with yesterday's skills To qualify for tomorrow'i better jobs, you'll need re- 1 training. So get the facts. Visit the local office of youfj ,.'. State Employment Service now. . ,.,,Train now for tomorrow's jobs -*

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