Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 9, 1968 · Page 1
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Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, February 9, 1968
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Want! a Usi PtNl BLtIPP, Afk, P) * the attofftey far Jfim Efuton, farmer ftssislftnt prison superln* lendent In fehtrgf 6f Tucker Pfften Parffl ftftd Jess wiisen, :a tdtmt tftrdefi at the prison, •has asked far a list efp&rtieti* liars af charges against them ef 'etefesslve punishment ef ln« fflates, J The attamey is R, A, Eilfaatt » . Tronshr of '< Agrl Sthool ; Is Sought : LITTLE ROCK (AP) - The ^Arkansas Senate tabled Thurs' day a resalution suggesting that ' the University of Arkansas' col- 'lege of Agriculture be transferred ta Arkansas State Unl: verslty, ,! The reselutlon was Introduced v by Sen, Raymond "Chubby" " Heern of Jonesboro, one of May Leave Convention to Voters LITTLE ROCK (AP) Arkansas Senate Thursday passed a bill fa allew the elee* tarafe to decide whether ta call a e while Budget Cutters fcltsert § or LBJ's Foreign Aid Ma?,»; Proclaims Mutfc Month tilt &?80BEB? A, HUNT The WASHINGTON Con sessional budget ewttefs Arc honing their sdssors ftgtiff far use an the tdrfifnlstflHan's The Senate bill to require convention delegates ti vote. 1 time ir But same of these fiirf* ffiern* bef § toak a mare kindly view ta President Jehnsen's bid far a ate miltttfy aid for South Ka« rea, it's included In the overall 4 to Hijack ,,, Airliner af euts a{§6 eiffit §yJOHHLENGEL ffem same members af UM &n* Asaeelated Press Writer at* Foreign Relatians Cofliftilt* BA NANG, (AP) - A t),S, tee and little urgency has been Marine private in a black leath* attached (a the prepesal therei ef jacket with a cocked, 4S-cali- Chairman J» W, Fuibrtgftt, r> ber ptetal tried today ta hijack a before voting on it. eut ef the admlnlstratlan's $3,2 bllllen budget far the eantravef- passed 32<2 with Sens. Q,'By- current fiscal year, "I think it can be and will be reduced," said Rep, E, Ross . ii*- —1«-» <» n ~i c«n f>a« Adalf of Indiana; seccnd*rank- votlng against it and sen. Dan. . n A hnw^«H *« »h« ttnuc* T <5hf^t nt t HMO Rnok vnHng 1 In 8 Republican on the Heuse <T; fif.. 0 U e ° * Ferelgn AffalrsCemmittee, ^SprS charged that the idea *<*•- ?»•* ?• ** *' Ohl0 ' feasibility of te the u study the P transfer. The resolution said the UA ,.was located in Northwest Ar'$ kansas, which was "no longer I an agricultural center of this M state." It said the major agricultural activities of the state -today were in Eastern Arkan* sas, and that the commission ', should determine whether a ' transfer of the college would benefit the agricultural econ. omy of the state. j Sen. Clifton Wade of Fayette. ville made the motion to table I the measure. ; ASU is at Jonesboro, and the ; UA is at Fayettevllle Leaking Fuel Delays Ship SAN PEDRO. Calif. (AP) * As jet fuel was being loaded 3 aboard the Navy tanker Che«. pachet Wednesday, about 59,000 '" gallons leaked from a holding " tank. Firemen said the fuel be* came a foot deep In the engine room, five feet deep in the pump room. To prevent fire, carbon dioxide was pumped through the ship while the fuel was .siphoned, to tanks on the vote. "There's nothing pernicious in this bill} there's nothing mallei- m . frt i W41 . .s^ff^^wa&r-- 1 ^ Guy Jones of Conway. "I'm go- W**^ ing to vote for this bill." Meanwhile, three prison re bills were introduced ii will delay House action on them one day. The delayed measures would create a Department of Corrections and modify laws governing probations and sentences. There was no objection to sec- Chairman Thomas E. Marof the House For- Committee said he to launch hearings on the bill about Feb. 26 for In at this San An- spent on an exhibit year's HemisFair in tonio, Tex. Sen. J. Hugh Lookadoo of Arkadelphia read an attorney general's opinion saying that the ond reading of a bill appro- reimbursement had to be in the priating funds for a Depart- f orm O f an appropriation/but ment of ; Corrections. the Senate amended the word- In other action, the House ing of the bill to take out the delayed the bill removing the word "appropriation." , 10-year residency requirement It did so at the urging of Sen. from the position of State Po- Morrell Gathright of Pine Bluff, lice director on agreement of who reminded his colleague's Rep. Jimmie McKissack of Star that the Senate "never" refused City, who amended it, and Rep. to permit the author of a bill James Sheets of Siloam Springs, to tack on an amendment, the author. Sen. Milt Earnhart of Fort The House also failed to get Smith sponsored the bill and of- to its constitutional,, convention .fer.ed.the amend.ment. ,, ,.,., , . of the 'lateness of The docket Las'Angeles harbor. The bills because of, the late.L. •"shift" s'cheUUfed'- to 'depart for' n WWah|^ amendment practical n effect; of ..r, lent was to reduce fr Ark,, has said there will be die* dining suppdft for ferefgn' lid sa lang as lh§ Vietnam war ten* tlnties, Send, fiaurke B, Hleken* laoper,, R«fewa. 'and Kirl! E, Mundtj R*s,D,| faresaw na pres» pect far a substantial Increase in the $2,3 Mllldfi Congress appropriated far the current fls« cal year, The new prepesftl Includes anee and $420 mllllan for military aid, Anether $120 million in arms aid will be sought through a separate bill, Weath«r Experiment Sta- tlon report for 24- hours ending at 7 a.m. Friday, Nigh 52, Low 21 Forecast ^ By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ARKANSAS-Fair and lecally; colder tonight. Saturday partly cloudy and cold. Low tonight 16. ; to 26. \ Weather Elsewhere By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS HighLoW r Albany, snow 21 4 Albuquerque, cloudy 60 34 Atlanta, cloudy 41 30 Bismarck, snaw 30 8 Boise, clear 48 29 Boston, cloudy 31 20 Buffalo, snow 27 24 Chicago, snow 33 25 C inclnnati, cloudy 3 5 29 Cleveland, snow 31 26 Denver, clear 42 19 Des Maines, cloudy 46 23 ' . Detroit, snow 31 25 Fairbanks, cloudy 18 3 Fort Worth, clear 53 30 Helena, fog 22 14 Honolulu, clear 82 66 Indianapolis, cloudy 36 27,' Jacksonville, clear ,51 ; 34^ Juneau, cloudy 48 ,41"" Kansas City, clear -47',' 3 1« ijl»_'-n t, , **••_. Alaska today, was moved to anchorage away from the dock for testing. Membership of the United " Nations Security Council is fixed at 11 members, five with : permanent seats and six elect- 5 ed for two-year terms. was scheduled to act on Senate bills today. The Senate also chose to follow precedent rather than heed an attorney general's opinion. It amended an appropriation measure that would reimburse Gov. Winthrop Rockefeller's contingency fund for $125,000 om 27 to 18 the number of votes needed for approval of the bill, which failed to pass Wednesday by a vote of 24 10. Appropriations require a three-fourths vote for approval, while non-appropriation bills require only a majority. KXAR KOLUMN NATIONAL ELECTRIC WEEK February 11 To 17 r i [ Win $30.00 In Electrical Appliances I Just Enter Your Guess On What The Average Monthly Bill Is For A 3 Bedroom TOTAL ELECTRICAL HOME On The Hope Water & Light System • Entry Blanks Available At • COLLIER FVRNIWRE & APPiMNCE GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE HAfAM TIRE & APPLIAHCE HEAP HELPFUL HINTS PAltY ON K IT A an Jlfe pect JP^t isuits HaskiU Jones Gen. Manager J Pah" American Airlines DCS laaded with war-weiry t!,S, Servicemen waiting ta fly te Hang Ke'ng, U.S. Air Force Pa** lice said, After 2 hours and 45 minutes, a message from a four^star general and tear gas, the copilot thwarted the effort with a bold mave. The man arrested by Air Force pallce was identified as Marine Pfc. William Lee Clark df the 1st division's 1st Field Artillery Group. No charges have been filed and autharities withheld comment pending a full investigation. The Incident started at 1:30 p.m. after 83 servicemen were aboard the plane far their rest and recuperation flight to Hong Kong. In the cockpit of the four-en- glned plane were the pilot, John P. Janes, of New Yerk City; ce- pilot E.L, Archer, 30, of Bee- vllle, Tex., and a flight engineer, Rcbert H. Clack, 26, af Midland, Mich. While the engines were warming up, the trespasser in the leather Jacket, blue jeans and boots shouted up to Archer from the runway. He asked where the plane was going, Archer said, and added he worked for a U.S. airline in Vietnam, The next thing the crew knew, Archer said, the man was up front in the cockpit. He shut and bolted the door, cocked his pistol and kept it pointed at the the aircraft. Talking by radio, a chaplain, a doctor and Col. Paul Watson of Washington, D.C., commander of the 366th tactical fighter wing, also tried to dissuade the trespasser. In an aside, Watson said, "It's silly to let this man take off, he could do anything^ like order the plane ta Hanoi," According to Archer, the gunman finally said, "start the engines or I'll shoot." The engines were started again. The crew had permission to taxi the aircraft but at 3:45 p.m.. the message from Gen. William C. Westmoreland, commander of U.S. forces in Viet- flight engineer's head most of narn> arrived. It said: the time, Jones said. Archer "Don't let the plane leave. quoted the man as saying, "I Useteargas." want to go to Hong Kong." Tear gas was tossed Into the The passengers, many of vacated passenger compart- them front-line combat troops, ment and the doors were sealed, were ordered off the plane and The passenger loading steps the engines were turned off. were wheeled to the cockpit For nearly two hours the crew windows with armed air police- tried to talk the trespasser into men on top of the steps, leaving. Military police with au- Air policemen scrambled into tomatic rifles gathered around the cockpit and took Clark into ; . custody. . - Hope Star photo Mayor Donal Parker proclaims American Music Month as Mrs, Guy Downing, representing the Friday Music Club, . looks on, PROCLAMATION tlve as well as performing mUsi- AMERICAN MUSIC MONTH cal artists and a musical cul- WHEREAS, Music the univer- ture equal to that of other coun- sal language of peace, Is one af tries?.NOW / the great arts and an outstand- THEREFORE, 1, Donal Par- Ing feature of our culture; and ker, Mayor of Hope, Ark^ In WHEREAS, The National Fed- recognition of the American com- eration of Music Clubs, havingas paser and in order to encourage a foremost objective the promo- native creative musical art, do tion of American Music, will hereby proclaim February, 1968, stage its fourteenth annual "Pa- as AMERICAN MUSIC MONTH rade of American Music" and urge all of our citizens to throughout the month of Febru- join In the observance and share ary; and the joy of music. WHEREAS, The National Fed- IN WITNESS WHEREOF, : I eration of Music Clubs and The have hereunto set my hand and Friday Music Club of our City caused the Seal of the City of join in encouraging and sttmu- Hope to be affixed, this, the 9th latlng interest in American day of February, 1968. Music and the enjoyment and appreciation thereof; and WHEREAS, The "Parade of American Music" is designed to give our own worthy United States composers recognition, encouragement and support, and to impress upon the public of the DONAL PARKER v Mayor of City of Hope :: Fast Fish A streamlined version of the tuna fish; the wahoo Is said to be one of the fastest fish in the ocean. It is capable United States that it has crea. af speeds exceeding 4| miles per hour. Louisville, cloudy 35 ' 28 , Memphis, clear 40 27 Miami, cloudy 62 45 Milwaukee, snow ''33 14 , Mpls.-St.P., clear 31 0 New Orleans, clear 51 29 New York, clear 36 24 Okla. City, clear 50 30 Omaha, cloudy 45 23 Philadelphia, cloudy 3 9 25 Phoenix, cloudy 74 54 Pittsburgh, cloudy 38 26 Ptlnd, Me., clear 25 11 Ptlnd, Ore., clear 58 39 Rapid City, clear 44 20 Richmond, clear 44 23 St. Louis, cloudy 33 26 Salt Lk. City, cloudy 48 25 San Diego, cloudy 64 57 San Frtn., cloudy 54 51 Seattle, clear 55 37 Tampa, clear 51 46 Washington, cloudy 45 33 Winnipeg, clear 18 -20 CT- Trace) POLICE KILL from Page One at Columbia, 45 miles away, Associated Press photographer Dozier Mobley, who was on the shooting scene, said about 75 Negroes standing on a knoll opened fire on police, firemen and National Guardsmen who came to extinguish a bonfire the Negroes had set, Mobley reported that police officers returned the fire with shotguns but there was no report of guardsmen shooting and their commanding officer de. nied that any had, Police said State Highway Pa. troiman D, J, Shealy of St, Ste. phens was struck in the face by a club wielded, by a Negro. He was the only man reported hurt among the police and guards' men, Ambulances raced, to the scene and removed wounded students to Orangebui'g Region^ al Hospital, At least three of the wounded were from Claflln College, which, adjoins South Carolina state. Patrols of guardsmen, mea> while, were posted on the State campus, sealing it pff, sn4 in a fjvefblock area (Jowntown after unverified reports of looting. At a news conference early to? (Jay, £oj. Robert MeCr^dy, com? minder of 500 guardsmen on al' ert here, ^td that the guarq> men had loaded, their weapons with live rounds for the first time ThHrsidjjy night but Uiat "ne-t one guardsmen fire4 one round of amqjwiition." Plans to ^se tear gas had to be discarded, MpCrady s*|d, because the wind was blowing %e wrong way. y in MOH the measure " »»g^^|g. THE TRADING POST 305 T |l§ -12| f, Tkiid Hfffl

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