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ftttftf, VM» 5,1968 NK(W$?«fcft^*0ff»i< — rms* Is Down town Value Day In Hope roup to Reject Southern Strategy Civil Rights Plank By JACK SELL At Political Writer WASHtNGf ON (Ap) - Twen- tyfouf R^iplibllcan senators from states With 638 delegate votes have charted a course toward rejection of any "Southern strategy" civil rights plank by the GOP National Convention. Led by GOP Leader Everett M. Dlrksen; the 24 supplied the margin Monday by which the .Senate clamped debate<limiting cloture on a pending civil rights bill by a 65-32 count—the bare majority needed. This vote appeared to guarantee eventual passage of a bill carrying an open-housing provision giving Negroes more encouragement to move into the vote-packed white suburbs. Republican candidates count heavily on suburban support to offset the Democratic blg-clty strongholds. If the 24 senators from as many states are reading the sentiment at home correctly— and there were divisions of opinion In three of the states—delegations representing nearly half of the 1,333 Miami Beach, Fla., convention votes are in no mood for a civil rights compromise with the deep South. This does not take into account delegations from states which have no GOP senators but which are likely to support a strong civil rights declaration. These include Connecticut, Maryland, Minnesota, Missouri, Ohio, Washington and Wisconsin, which will have a total of 204 convention votes. It takes 667 votes to win the GOP nomination. Such a bloc could mean the Republicans will make a 180-degree turn from 1964. Then Barry Goldwater voted as a senator against passage of a civil rights bill and engineered the futile strategy of trying to combine Southern strength with white which will have a total of 204 convention votes. It takes 667 votes to win the GOP nomination. Such a bloc could mean the Republicans will make a ISO^degree turn 0 from 1964. then Barry Goldwater voted as a senator against passage of a civil rights bill and engineered the futile strategy of trying to combine Southern strength with white backlash support In the North. The third-party threat of former Gov, George C. Wallace of Alabama already has all but wiped out any hopes for major Republican Inroads In the South this year. By (heir actions, the Republican senators are cautioning their party colleagues—and the OOP's eventual presidential candidate—against contesting with Wallace for suburban holdouts against Integration. Instead, they're backing National Chairman Ray C. Bliss' blueprint for seeking possible gains among Negro voters, gains Bliss has said are necessary for a GOP victory. There was evidence Dlrksen was responding to a surge within his own ranks against having the party labeled as executioner of the civil rights bill. Dlrksen took Sens. Howard H. Baker, Jr., R-Tenn., and Len B. Jordan, R-Idaho, over with 1dm last week when he switched from opposing to supporting cloture. Sens. Frank Carlson, R- Kan., and Jack Miller, R-Iowa, made the same switch Monday. 57 American Former Olympic Official Dies MONTREAL (AP) * A. Sid* ney Dawes, founder and first president of the 20-year-oJd Canadian Olympic Association, died Sunday at his home follow- Ing a lengthy Illness. He was 19. Horthsido Still First in foils Civilians I' Now Missing SAIGON (AP) - The U.S. Mission said today Us latest figures show 57 American civilians killed, captured or missing as a result of the Communist lunar new year offensive. This Is two more killed and 10 more captured than a report released last Thursday, and the number unaccounted for dropped 20. The latest tabulation, cover- Ing the period from Jan. 30 to date, said there were 32 killed, 18 known to have been '<, taken prisoner and seven missing., By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Port Smith Northslde, th« slim favorite in the Class AAA state tournament, Is a unanimous choice for the top spot In the Associated Press Arkansas high school basketball poll. The Grizzlies, who have won 21 straight since splitting their first four games, garnered all 10 first place votes. Little Rock Central remains second but the remainder of the top ten received a thorough shakeup. Blythevtlle jumped from sixth to third and Pyatt, the newly crowned Class B state champion, vaulted from tenth to fourth. Greenbrler, beaten by Pyatt In the semifinals, fell from third to fifth. Sixth place Is shared equally by Class A champion Green Forest, Magnolia Columbia, once-beaten Turrell and Fort Smith Southslde. All received 35 points based on ten points for first, nine for second, etc. North Little Rock dropped from eighth to tenth. Here are the results of the poll with first place votes and team records In parentheses and total points at right: 1. FSNorthslde (10) (23-2) 100 2. LR Central (22-4) 83 3. Blythevllle (23-5) 79 4. Pyatt (38-3) 54 5. Greenbrler (35-2) 37 6. (tie) Green Forest (34-5)35 Magnolia Columbia (36-2) 35 Turrell (37-1) 35 FS Southside (17-7) 35 10. North Little Rock (18-10) 16 Others received votes, listed alphabetically: El Dorado, Harrison, Hot Springs, Leachville, LR Horace Mann and Stamps Ellis. WATCH FOR VALUES LIKE THESE THE FIRST WEDNESDAY OF EACH MONTH. v l (DOWNTOWN « DAYS i I Free Parking In Downtown Hope All Day Wed. SPECIAL^ FIRST QUALITY Seamless Hese Matching handbag, $4.00 to $6.99 <^ with O preffy Plain Jane! Maddeningly feminine with your new baby dress or little-girl smock...turning on your liveliest casuals, your grooviest patterned stockings. ..it's Plain Jane...uppered i,n shiny Orange, YELLOW, BLACK PATENWTE, SAVVY RED, BONE, $10 & $11 CoMiE | I I Seen in gncj IgVgNTgiN "A Nmily IHs* SHOES Henderson Overcomes the Scots AftKADELPHIA, Afk. (AP> Henderson overcame a five- point halfllme deficit on the second-half performances of Larry Ducksworth, Danny Davis and Darrell Dates, and de* feated Arkansas College 73-68 here Monday night to grab a 1-0 lead In the best of three series to determine the District 17 representative In the nation' al NAIA tournament^ It will >e do or die for Arkansas College In the second game tonight at Batesville. Arkansas College led 36*31 at the half but the Reddles went ahead to stay 43-42 on Dates' field goal with 15:02 remaining. Ducksworth scored 13 of his 21 points In the second half while Davis got 12 of his 16 and Dates 10 of his 18 during the final 20 minutes. The Scots got to within two points In the closing minutes but Davis, a 6-foot-9 freshman, scored two field goals In the final 45 seconds to sew up the victory. Henderson connected on 61 per cent of Its shots from the field and held a 25-9 rebounding edge. The Scots hit half of their field goal attempts. The Negro Community By Ester Hicks Phone PR7-4678 or 4474 THOUGHT FOR THE DAY There are but three classes of men, the retrograde, the stationary, and the progressive. • Lavater said it. COMING AND GOING Mrs. Vera Deloney had as weekend guests her brothers, Lenon Bennett of Denver, Colorado and Otis Bennett and his son Larry Bennett of Magnolia, Those who attended the Columbia County Union Singing Convention from Hope, were: Mrs; "Vera Beloneyf'Mrfaiid Mr-sr? Pink Dennis, and their grandchildren, Kimbley, Renae, and Pat, and Mrs. Beatrice Smith. It was held at the Mt. Superior Baptist Church near Magnolia FUNERAL Funeral service for Sid Williams will be held at the Garrett Chapel Baptist Church Saturday March 9 at 2 p.m. Burial will be In Scott's Memory Gardens under the direction of Smith Funeral Home of Stamps. Funeral service for Mrs. Ethel Taylor will be held Saturday March 9 al 1 p.m. at the First Baptist Church, Nashville. Hicks Funeral Home, Inc., In charge. U.S. STUDIES (from page one) apologizing was reportedly In line with demands by North Korean negotiators in a series of closed Panmunjom meetings The 10th such meeting was held Sunday night. It is understood— although not officially confirmed In Washington-that North Korea has Indicated such steps by the United States could lead to the settlement of the Pueblo problem, Following North Korea's Jan, 23 seizure of the ship, U.S, officials denied the charge the Pueblo had violated North Korean territory, They said it was operating under orders to remain outside North Korea's 12- mile limit. The latest letter claimed to be from the crew Is one of a series of "confessions" alleged by North Korea to have come from the vessel's captain, Cmdr, Lloyd M, Bucher, Wd various other crew members. Officials said none of the five violations claimed in the latest letter was new because each of them had been referred to In one or another of the previous "confessions," What was new in the latest letter was the emphasis placed on expectation of the crew's re* lease If the United States would take the actions proposed in their appeal, "We do not doubt, 1 'the letter said, ''that you will see us swift* ly returned, 1 ' International Trophy Th* Ps vis Cup tennis matches were inaugurated in 1900. That year, a cup was offered by Pwighl F. Pa vis as an international trophy for the country having the best tennis team. 1st, NATlONAt (from page one) national credit cards are used primarily by upper income businessmen for business entertainment and travel. The First K«« tional Bank will not limit Its BankAmerlcafd holders to upper Income, nor will it concentrate only on restaurants and motets or hotels as merchant members. Although the oank's credit card program will be Indepeftdentiy operated, the card will be Interchangeable throughout the nation anywhere It Is accepted, Because of the Interchange agreement with other participating banks outside the area, BankAmerlcard will provide travel and entertainment advantages as well as local retail acceptance. Originated In 1959 In California, there are currently more than 5,500,000 cardholders and approximately 150,000 me reliant members nationally. Explaining further plans for BankAmerlcard in the area, Mr. Hays states, "Its real benuty lies In the compatibility of services to Individual cardholders and merchants alike, such as extended payment options to the customers, with Immediate payment lo the merchants." Mr. Hays also pointed out that BankAmerlcard is the only major credit card whlchdoes not charge cardholders a fee to Join and belong. Other advantages to cardholders Include consolidating purchases Into one monthly statement, which may be paid by a single check; Improved record keeping, because cardholders receive copies of all sales tickets; and automatic credit at numerous business locations locally and throughout the nation, without having to apply for credit at each Individual establishment. ftofcfSOfl, Co/fison Holding Out I By MIKE RECHT Associated Press Sports Writer (Frank Robinson and Johnny Cjilllson feel Baltimore and [ladelphia are adding Insult .-•Injury wlththoir money of- fej$ to ftay bas p etell M thfs year. ''] The Orioles and Phillies, on the other hand, feel Robinson and Calllson have added their figures wrong. As a result of these mixed up mathematics of baseball value, the two slugging outfielders remained two of the biggest name holdouts as major league spring training moves on. Clete Boyer, third baseman for Atlanta, was another who has not found the right answer in his talks with the Braves. But some agreeable figures were reached Monday as Frank Howard signed the largest money contract ever, $47,500, by a Washington player; Mel Queen, Tommy Helms and rookie Jay Ritchie ended their holdout with Cincinnati, and the Orioles did come to terms with Dave Johnson and Curt Blefary. Robinson, however, remained Baltimore's big problem, and If everyone's figures are correct, the American League Triple Crown winner two years ago and the Orioles are $15,000 apart. Robinson, who sat out a month last season with double vision after a baseline collision and still managed to hit .311 with 94 runs batted In and 30 home runs, says he Is standing by $125,000. Personnel director Harry Dai- ton of the Orioles, who originally offered last year's $100,000 salary, then raised It to $105,000, reportedly Increased his offer to $110,000 Monday after talking to Robinson I'/a hours. LEGAL NOTICE "IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF HEMPSTEAD COUNTY, ARKAN. SAS Arkansas Power & Light Cora* pany, plaintiff, vs, Gladys Bar* ham, Catherine B, Howerton, On» eida B, Prather and Howard Bar* ham, defendants, WARNING ORDER The Defendants, Gladys Bar* ham, Catherine B, Howerton, On. eida B. Prather and Howard Barham, are hereby warned to ap* pear In this Court within thirty (30) dgys hereafter and answer the complaint of the Plain* tiff herein, WITNESS wv HAND and seal as Clerk of this Court on the 12th $ay of February, I963 f JIM COLE, Clerk By LeoaaCole, D. C. Feb. 27, March 5, 12, 19, 1968 Maple Leofs Flooded With Angry Colls TORONTO (AP> - The swltehboitrd at Maple Uaf Gar* dens tM Healed with angry calls. Outside on the sklowulk, a stunned crowS milled around in confusion. Oft the local stock exchange, shares of the Garden corporation lost $1. Prank Mahovllch had bectv traded. The veteran left winger—for whom the \hple Lents had once refused $1 niHIidrt-'Went to the Detroit Red Wings \tewiay -in an eight-pi ay e r deal that aroused Indignation throughout Toronto, A switchboard operator At the Garden said most of the callers were "Indignant and some were quite emotional. Many tried to find out who they can write let- ters of protest to," San dbcdlak of th* Loafs' publicity department said most of the callers were "hoM-wwlVfiS who were stunned at the announcement, there are people milling around on the sidewalk outside of the Gftnteft who want to come In ami protest. Kill only a few have* dropped In so faf, lt Mahovlteh, 30, scaretHS goals (luring the 1960-61 season, anrl has 296 In his ll-ywr career, a club record. He has 19 this season, but mtss«l five weeks because of a nervous breakdown. Six years ago, the Chlcap Black Hawks offered Ihc Leafs ?! million for Mahovltch at a late-night cocktail parly anrl the following day, Tommy Ivan of Chicago showed up with a certified check for the amount. The deal was finally cancelled after a storm of protest from fans similar to the one triggered by the trade Monday, Sound travels nt n speed of approximately 764 miles per hour. Olympic Fund Missing, Case Probed DALLAS, tea. (AP) - the federal government and tfi« state attorn*/ general's office are looklnf into a report from art advertising firm, soliciting funds for the Olympic Committe« In a flve.sfa1earpa r thatf?V 000 is missing. Assistant U, 8. AHy.TlmTlnv mlns said officials ofDorlsonand Co. toW htm an ex-«?mployc had diverted the funds, Tlmmln* added that U. S. Post Office Department Inspectors were checking on whether there had been mall fraud or If there was an Interstate violation that could bring the shortage under the aegis of the federal government. 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