Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 19, 1968 · Page 9
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 9

Hope, Arkansas
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Monday, February 19, 1968
Page 9
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Art Workshop Held Here for ll«m«ntciir^ko«TTeachers Israel Prison Bill Is Before Legislature By ED SHEARER Associated Press Writer LITTLE ROCK (AP) - The Arkansas General Assembly Is being asked to revamp the state's prison structure this week after the administration finally got its "true bill" introduced late in the second week of the special session. Two previous drafts of a measure to create a Department of Corrections were shelved in the first week of the session when it became apparent that the legislators were disturbed by so many sections of It that amendments would prob- ,, age than the , lengthy bills them- selves. The latest measure is one of the principal reasons why the special session entered its third week today, making a shambles of Gov. Winthrop Rockefeller's opening day remark that it could end in six days. The bill has corrected a lot of items opposed by lawmakers last week by providing for a death chamber, by not prohibiting corporal punlshme-nt and by requiring the legislature's approval of any land sales. It is doubtful that a bill prohibiting corporal punishment could get through the General Assembly since the House provided for it in an amendment on the second bill, which was finally withdrawn. Real Character Brunhilde, heroine of Wagner's operas, was a real char, afttee,,,. She was the daughter of a*'king of the Visigoths and lived in the sixth century. Her life was full of intrigue. r BARRY'S SPECIALS PRICES GOOD MONDAY. TUESDAY WEDNESDAY RIB STEAK LB. Dry Salt Bologna GOOD LEAN ALL MEAT LB. LB. 391 491 RED Potatoes 10-391! MEYERS Bread 5 LARGE C1 LOAVES ^} | SOLID Oleo SALAD PRESSING Miracle Whip SHORTENING inow Dril GIANT SIZE uper Suds GREEN Cabbage 3 25C MAXWELL HOUSE Inst. Coffee 7 / 11 * BLOCKS LB, CAN 69d 49C DIAMOND LIQUID Pink Detergent FROM QIUXOTF. TO MOMl'AKNASNK NBV YORK (AP)-Dalc Wns- •'.<rman, nuthor of "Man of La vlancha," ha.v scleciccl a novel ihoul Paris as the ihenic of his icx( musical project. The story, "Kiki of Montpar- nassc," is set in (he I920 s nnd con- itrrns n youth's, infatuiition with n ( tellc of the hohcmian night world. 'Vasscrman expects the project to akc two years to complete. Ouf the Warning BJ-HALMCCLWRE Associated Pf«ss Wrtur TEL AVIV (AP) - tsml's punishing strike against Jordan last weefc camd as «w eulmtoa* tton of ft classic ; muern: Arab provicathm over ft long period, IstfteH warnings, *nd finally explosion* the Israelis hewed to the pal- tern when they launched a punitive raid itfftinst the Jordanian town of Samoa, an alleged Arab command basft, In November 1966. Apin, lost May, a simtlar warning to Damascus was the announced reason tor Egyptian Intervention And the resultant June war. A we«k before last Thursday's clash, Israeli leaders had been telling Amman to put a halt to Arab commando raids against Israeli settlements and stop pro* voklng cross-border gun battles, some of which were rigged to permit the saboteurs to escape back across the border. "Carefully consider" your ways, was the way Prime Minister Levl Eshfcol put It to Jordan's leaders. Defense Minister Moshe Day. an was just as explicit when he gave the chief U,N, cease-flre observer In the Middle East, Norwegian Lt, Gen. Odd Bull, a message for Amman on \Wdnos- dny. He said the cease-fire ending the June war not only covered the borders but Israeli's Interior. But thit very night, Israeli border settlements In the sabotage • plagued Belsan Valley were hit again. By Israeli reckoning it was the 91st "offensive act" along the border since June. The fight was on, The Israelis called In tanks, artillery and aircraft to silence the Jordanten positions, A score at Jordanian torgftta, toe titling At PftWh commando bases, 8*lf"pK»p*Usd gwn positions and ImttrtfnUtoti dntnps were fill by Israeli plants ranging at will 10 fnltes Inside Jordan* By 9;t5 that nlfht, the Jofdft* nians had plainly had enough, cowftting 40 soldiers amS civil* tens ttlHed and another 121 Because tfwre ««re no U,ff, observers on this tt»rder, the Jordanians ssted tor a cease- fire through the food offices of the U,S, Embassies in Amman and Tel Aviv, The ceasefire went Into effect again shortly before It p,m, after eight hours' fighting* King Himeirt touml Uv? battl* zone the rwxt tiny and th"n *ent on Ra.llo Amman to say 'w would try to kflep tlw hyrder (inlet by preventing Arab guerrillas from striking into Israel, "As from frxluy I stall no* ,il- low anyone to supply the <>t»emy with pretexts ami justifications for aggression," h<? SAW. "I shall not allow anything to occur In this laml which docs not conform with (ho higher Arab Interest or which does not support Arab rights In Palestine." Confusing the picture is the presence In Jordan--- since last June— of sevoral thousand Iraqi troops, who are not directly responsible to Hussein, The Israelis say the Iraqis also have boon training, supplying and transporting Arab guerrillas striking Inside Israel. Iraqi cooperation with Hussein is Inu-oratlvfl If the sabotage raids are to stop and the border clashes end, the Israelis belle vo, bit they wonder If the king is in a strong enough position to curry out his nq»rnld pledge. The thought hero is that Hussein's very future may well bo In the balance in tho days 3. head. PffMlW The Negro Community By Ester IHcfcs Phorw* PR1M618 M 4474 THOUGHT FOR THE DAY History Is « voice forever sounding across the centuries the laws of right and wrong* Opinions alter, mvtfiiiwr't change, erewds rise and fall, but the moral tow Is written on the tab* lets of eternity. * Froud*? said if, EHC REPORT The Union Extension Hom«* mitkers Club met February It *!!h Mrs, Henry Madison club president, presiding. Mrs* Eddie Mna Waldon, hostess, Tha eyu opener was a UUw Manger, The lesson was conducted by Mrs. A, T. Denhstm, agent; thfl subject was "Away With Sttlns' 1 } family Life Highlight was "Healthy Mea" given by Mrs. Eddie Mae Wftldon, Mrs, Mary AHca Itefldrix, Recreation Leader conducted singing. Refreshments served by the hostess were tuna sandwiches, ice cream and cookies. Guest wns Mr, Allison Woodb»p-/. The roll call was answered by, "The most difficult stain I have tried to remove", Six members wre present, Tlw n0xt meeting wtll be fwld In the hom<» of Mrs, Henry Baker, Mrs. Mary Alice Hendrtx, Ra- {x>rter. BEASLEY SERVICES Services for TlmmU; Re« Boas-' Icy wore held Sunday at the Churchill CME Church of Me Nab, Survivors Include her father, three sisters antl five brothers, Advorilsos Topless Oysters FORT WALTON BEACH, Flu. (AP) A seafood restaurant here advertises topless oysters, BEST REASONS TO HAVE AN ELECTRIC DRYER HELEN UMBACH — Hope Star Photos Art Education consultant for the American Crayon Co., Miss Helene Umbach, conducted a Inservice workshop last week for Hope elementary school teachers. The teachers were challenged to give students more art in their classrooms. Miss Umbach presented several new Ideas in elemtary art and directed teachers as they became actively Involved. The pictures show the teachers developing the new art ideas. NAURU Phosphor? is the mem jpyrce of income for the l$l<and of Naurtf, which celebrpred U$ independence on Jqn. 31. From 1947, it hgd. been qdministefed by AMStrqlia, New ^eglood and Britain as Q United Notions Trust Territory. Mops snow commynifies on the tiny atoll and locate it in Seo. Families like this make a big demand on Mom's time just taking care of the laundry! If your brood looks arty thing like this, you have the best reasons on earth to own a modern Electric Dryer — the one that handles all fabrics perfectly — and gives busy mothers hours of extra leisure See your Reddy Plan dealer now — ask hov. you can qualify for AP&L's $15 wiring allowance, available ail this month to AP&L customers who buy an electric dryer. AP&L Pi-sweats ''Tomorrow's World-Feeding The Billions" ~ Feb. 23, r i P.M. KAHK-TV, CH \ - K'fVE CH 10 - WMC-TV, CH 5 ARKANSAS POWER & LIGHT COMPANY

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