Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 21, 1968 · Page 1
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Obituaries Buddhist C\ty HARRISON I ^^J^ I ; Connie W v Harrison, 81, long- I Pan Pi 1C 'Ufhe resident of Hempslead, died l»VMUwl IO . Wednesday in a local hospital, A » • . Surviving are three daughters, A|iA^T0fl Mrs, Dorothy Byers of Laheas* • « ' vOlvU ;ter, Texas, Mrs. Evelyn Hicks By BARKY KRAMER of Washington and Mrs. Pauline Associated Press Writer "Hicks of Columbus. SAIGON (AP) - National po- Services will be at 2 p.m. H C p arrested the militant Bud- Thursday at Herndofi Chapel by dhisl leader Thfrh Tri Quang to .the Rev, Carlton Roberts. Burial will be in Memory Gardens by Herndon Funeral Home, : Pearson Seeks to Prevent Resignation OTTAWA (AP) - Prime Minister Lester B. Pearson sought today to prevent his Cabinet's rforced resipatlon wilh a vole of confidence to offset the defeat of a key tax bill in the House of Commons. • The Conservatives opposed the confidence vote, arguing 'that the only course open to the minority Liberal governmnnl 'after Its defeat Monday was to call a general election. Debate on the government's motion for fa vole was expected to continue into next week, a delay which could bring other opposition leaders around to Pearson's -view that most Canadians aren't ready for their third gen eral election in less years. Pearson, who cut short a vacation In Jamaica, contended "that the 84-82 defeat of the 5 per _ cent income tax surcharge was ".'accidental and "a hazard of ml- ".norlty government." The prime minister said such ^defeats would mean "a lot of Selections" if they were regarded '."as tests of confidence. Bui he ,''said if he loses the confidence ".vote, "then of course the gov- ^ernment resigns." The tax bill had been approved on Its earlier second Dreading, and approval on third 'reading is usually,,a routine ; matter. But Monday night some ."of the Liberal leaders were off ~ campaigning to succeed Poar- 'son, who Is retiring in the ^spring; 46 of the 130 Liberal * MPs were absent, and alert op' position members rushed (he bill to its final reading and defeat. With the Liberals divided by gthe seven-man fight to succeed |the 70-year-old prime minister, gConservative, leader Robert L. sStanfield apparently scented 5 prospective gains for his Con- Hservatives. 5 Stanfield said the defeat on sthe tax bill was "a matter of E fundamental importance" and 5 called on the government to re- 5 sign. i Sprlngdale to I Vote on Bonds 5 SPRINGDALE, Ark. (AP) - ••Sprlngdale will vote March 26 ••on a $7 million Act 9 industrial 5-bond issue for a tool plant. £ The bonds will be used to fi- Cnance a plant for the Moore EDrop Forging Co., of Spring- Afield, Mass, Bonds would bo re-tired from rentals. *« , T ^^ 11IM £ Godfrey of Bouillon was the :first of the early Crusaders to rrule Jerusalem. day a few hours after arresting iwo other prominent political opponents of the South Vietnamese government. •U.S. Embassy officials said the arrests were a remarkable case of bad timing since (hey came shortly before a new anti- Communist front, "The People's Congress for National Salvation," announced that It had succeeded In uniting political friends* and foes of the government, The congress is backed by the government. Associates and friends of all three arrested men are mom- bers of the new congress. There was speculation that they might quit because of the surprise arrests, In addition to the monk Tri Quang, the police arrested Truong Dinh Dzu, who ran a strong second as a peace candidate in last October's presidential election, and Au Truong Thanh, a former economy minister. Thanh also tried to run for president on a peace platform but his ticket was disqualified than five by the Constituent Assembly for "pro-Communist and pro-neutralist tendencies." Dzu got around that by keeping his peace platform quiet until after the assembly certified his candidacy. Informod American sources said further arrests of government opponents were "entirely possible." Tliey could not confirm reports that a small number of intellectuals had also been arrester!. Tri Quang commands a large following throughout South Vietnam. As recently as last September he was able to call thousands of Buddliist monks, nuns and laymen into the streets for protest marches against the government. In 1966 he led "struggle movements" against the government of Premier Nguyen Cao Ky, and virtual anarchy in Hue and Da Nang was put down only after government troops were flown In. The new anti-Communist front held Its first, meeting with newsmen today and announced it had united several different groups and personalities lo counter the Viet Cong offensive. The chairman of the standing committee, Sen. Tran Vau Don, said although the group has government's backing, it is not a government group. However, Vice President Ky's press aide helped organize the meeting, and soldiers set up the loudspeaker system for the news conference. We Set Up New Bookkeeping Systems: BLOCK BOOKKEEPING SERVICE H&R BLOCK LOCATION Apple Valley Has No Tree APPLE VALLEY, Calif, (AP) — It's called Apple Valley but there isn't an apple tree in sight. Cowboy stars Roy Rogers and Dale Evans, residents of the community, will help plant the first of 1,000 apple trees in a ceremony Sunday to begin the project, "Apples for Apple Valley." "We're tire of hearing there are no apple trees in Apple Valley," a spokesman said Tuesday. OPIN TONIGHT Time to CHOP DOWN Your, INCOME TAX Gelling your income tax figured con be a wonderful Washington's Birthday present. Take it 10 BLOCK. They'll make sure you get every legitimate deduction See the office in your neighborhood today. BOTH FfDERAL AND STATE LIFE Wf guQrantft gccvrats preparation %r<F f^kf 9 fly f f fP'f fbaf <oif )G*> V9 will pay Ikf ptoolly or >"t<'«v' t>«iy IP* penalty Of rflurn inlet t Urgest Ta* Service with Over 2000 Offices n . .W IMwtli llm Behind Cox Drug Store Phone PKT-5-H6 ... , J Office Hours: Weekdays 9:AM - 9:PM . Sat. & Sun. 9:AM - 5-PM ,NQ Appointment Necessary Weather Experiment Sta« tlDH repeft for 24* hours ending at T a,m, Wednesday, High 66, Low 31 Forecast ARKANSAS—Cold wave south portions of Arkansas tonight, Occasional light freezing rain and sleet mixed with light snow possibly southwest again Thursday, Mostly cloudy south pof-< (ion of the stale through Thufs* day. Clear tonight and clear to partly cloudy northeast Thursday with increasing cloudiness northwest. Low tonight 5-1S north and 10-20 south. High Thursday 20s north to mid 30s south, Weather Use where By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High Low Pr. Albany, clear 26 3 Albuquerque, clear 67 44 Atlanta, clear 63 33 Bismarck, clear -1 »23 Boise, rain 58 43 Boston, clear 31 5 Buffalo, cloudy 22 1 Chicago, clear 26 1 Cincinnati, clear 35-4 Cleveland, snow 27 -3 Denver, clear 61 15 Des Molnes, clear 25 -2 Detroit, clear 27 0 Fairbanks, cloudy -1 -6 Fort Worth, cloudy 69 42 Helena, cloudy 48 33 Honolulu, cloudy 81 76 Indianapolis, clear 33 3 Jacksonville, clear 66 47 Juneau, rain 3632 Kansas City, clear 48 8 Los Angeles, cloudy 66 60 Louisville, clear 39 12 Memphis, snow 54 26 Miami, clear 68 50 Milwaukee, clear 21 0 Mpls.-St.P., clear 13 -10 New Orleans, cloudy 66 36 New York, cloudy 40 5 Okla. City, snow 66 21 Omaha, clear 25 -2 Philadelphia, clear 42 6 Phoenix, clear 75 50 Pittsburgh, clear 29 -6 Ptlnd, Me., cloudy 31 -3 Ptlnd, Ore., cloudy 59 49 Rapid City, snow 24 8 Richmond, clear 54 15 St. Louis, clear 45 8 Salt Lk. City, cloudy 53 37 San Diego, cloudy 65 59 San Fran., rain 62 57 Seattle, rain 55 49 LEGISLATURE (from page one) jeopardized. Most of those who spoke for tlie amendment actually opposed it, but said if the state hoped to have a convention, the House would have to approve it. Opponents said they believed the electorate would be too Involved in voting for candidates for various offices and would not be knowledgable about what the constitution contained. When a voter is confused and doesn't understand, he generally votes against, said Rep. G. W. "Buddy" Turner Jr. of Pine Bluff. Rep. Thomas Sparks of Fordyce said that it the House did not concur the convention bill would be dead and "the leglsla- ture will be the laughing stock of the state." "If you put this in the general election . ., you're not going to get the really true consideration of this thing that you get In a special election," said Rep, Chadd Durrett of El Dorado. In other action Tuesday, the Senate: - Passed 29-0, a bill allowing all persons In line at the time polls close to vote, - Passed a House bill 31-0, creating a trust fund to which all receipts for the Social Security fund be credited and which may be Invested in bonds or certificates pending payment to the Social Security Admlnis* (ration. - Passed a House bill 30-5, ap» propriatlng $1,070,000 the first year and $2,326,580 the second to the state Administration Pe» partment, - Passed a House bill 25,0, creating a marketing and re» distribution section in the state Administration Department's Purchasing Division, -Passed a House bill 25«3 creating an Administration De» partment revolving -- Passed a House bill 27,3, authoring the Administration Department to operate an ejec* tronic data processing center for state agencies, - Passed a House bill ?§«8, designating the stgte Planning Commission to cooperate }n ad* ministering the national Histort ical Preservation Act, -? Passed a House bill 24*5, authorizing the Administration Department to establish a cen* tral telephone service for state agencies, and allowing each agency to choose whether {t wishes to participate, -- Passed a House bill 32-0, WPt (IWO STAR, Kirk Returns to fry to End Strike fALLAHASSfcE, Fla. (Ap)- Gttf, Claude Kirk returned (torn California today amid cfifidsm because he was out of state duf• Ing! a teacher w.ilkout that has kept more than a half million pupils out of class. '<! will go into the county as 1 always do and break the core, That is to say, I will go to Miami," the governor said, Kirk has said the source of the dis- ' pule Is in the state's bigger cit- leS, The governor took note of criticism about his six-day absence from the state. "I can handle my job by telephone," Kirk said. "Is it true that I have to be there hourly. Do you think permitting two or more counties or cities to cooperate in airport projects. — Passed a House bill 33-0, providing financing for Education Department improvements in the old Highway Department Building. -Passed a House bill 33-0, putting the question on whether to conduct a constitutional convention on the November ballot. — Defeated a House bill 17-11, appropriating $45,000 to the Planning Commission for historical preservation programs Printed by Offset the phones don't work in California?" Does President John* son have to be in Vietnam to handle the situation in Vietnam?" Kirk said. Florida Atty. Gen, Earl Faircloth said Tuesday night the suits that school boards and (ax- payers haw Hted to try and force teachers back to work are academic. "How can you force teachers to teach?" he asked in a speech at Gainesville. "How many do you put in jail for violating an injunction?" The Board of Education met Tuesday and voted to give State School Supt. Floyd Christian emergency powers to cope with the crisis that closed schools from Pensacola to Miami and has kept about'half of the 1,3 million pupils out of class. Some 20,000 of the state's 60,844 teachers,,had quit their jobs in a group to reject what they consider stingy financing of the state's 1,800 public schools. Kirk planner! a round of meetings with advisors, including his legal aide, Wade Hopping. Hopping said Tuesday he did not agree with Kirk's claim at a Los Angeles news conference that the walkout would be solved quickly. "I think he's being counterop- tlmlstic to Phil Constans (executive secretary of the Florida Education Association) who has been saying the walkout is a complete success when it's not," Hopping said. Marijuana, LSD Found, Thru Htld UttLE ROCK (AP)-three Little Rock persofts were at* rested here Tuesday and charg* ed with possession of LSD Lib tie Rock fttliee Chief R. E. Brians indicated more arrests would be made, Brians said Mary Alexander, 21, was charged with possesslen of LSD, and that Ritchie Camp* bell, 21, and his wife, Pamela, 20, were arrested on charges of possession of LSD and marijuana. The arrests capped anlnvestl* gation that Brians said started last June and intensified in mid- December, He said he had been tipped that marijuana was being brought Into the state, Brians said more than 100 college-aged persons who frequented the residences were the police think marijuana was being used have been identified. "It is difficult to say at this time how many more arrests will be made," Brians said. He said surveillances are continuing at some residences. Brians said all three persons were arrested In downtown areas of the city. He said "two handfuls" of marijuana were found at the residence of the Campbells. He said Miss Alexander had some capsules that the police believed contained Wednesday, February 21,19681 ALIEN tiWADGRS? No, just two boys, ftavld Parke. 10, and Tommy Henderson, II, saucerlng down a snowy slope la'Charlotte, N.C. LSD, a hallucinatory drug, when she was arrested. The Campbells were released on $3,000 bonds each and Miss Alexander was freed on a $1,500 bond. The penalty for possession of marijuana, a felony and a federal offense, is a $2,000 fine and a two to five-year prison sentence. The penalty for possession of LSD, a felony but not a federal offense, Is either a $2,000 fine or a two to five-year prison term or both. The 1967 General Assembly declared possession of LSD illegal, and Brians said he thought the charges were t h e first In the state. Memorial to Bilirerrell By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS) LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Dr.f Winston K. Shorey, dean of the School of Medicine at the University of Arkansas Medical Center, announced Tuesday the establishment of a Bill Ferrell Memorial Fund for research in I leukemia. The fund honors the late I trainer at the University of Arkansas, who died of leukemia.. Flag Enshrined The last 48-star United States flag to fly over the Capitol in Washington, D.C., has been enshrined in the Flag House at Baltimore, Md, Cou&ff the measure** l/JB m ^x* ii&BlHMPSi^^ lieil equippe u- h in lin-t wilh (he measure o THE TRADING POST 305-315-325 East Third St

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