Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 13, 1968 · Page 1
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£Dtai* Brownlft* Observe Health and Safety Industrial Bond Plan Scuttled "."' LITTLE ROCK (AP>-Robert ; Mlllwee, executive director of .the Arkansas Industrial Development Commission, said Tues_day that Arkansas' industrial development bond program has been scuttled. Mlllwee said the Treasury De'. partment's recent reversal of a ' 1954 regulation, which permitted industrial bonds Issued In the' 'name of the states and localities to be exempt from taxation, would kill two programs which Arkansas has used to promote "unparalled" Industrial • growth since 1958. ,' The programs the state has ; been using are Act 9 of 1960, •• which authorizes cities and : counties to issue revenue bonds vto finance construction, and "Amendment 49 of 1958, which *. allows cities and counties to is• sue ad valorem bonds for In.: dustrial purposes. r Mlllwee said that bonds now .up for election would not have • the tax status removed. | The AIDC director said may- f ors and county judges were be• ing asked to enlist support of • Arkansas' congressional delega: tion to get Congress delay ac; tion of the Treasury's action until Congress can act on it. : Mlllwee said Rep. Wilbur : Mills, chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee, "has done a yoemanllke job In keeping this from happening before." ; Millwee said Gov. Wlnthrop Rockefeller has contacted the • White House "on basically the : same premise that Congress : should draw up necessary legis: lation" to prevent the Treasury's action. "Now the (Johnson) administration has seen fit to try to bypass Congress on the thing and this is the problem," he said. "This sort of takes It out of the • hands of Mr. Mills and Con' gross." State Rep. Talbot Feild of Hope suggested Monday that the second special session of the legislature this spring attempt to find new methods of financing industrial development. A resolution proposing hear* ings on the matter was filed by Feilds with the Arkansas Legislative Council. Felld said the hearings would produce information "concerning the feasibility of security methods of conventional or other types of industrial ing." Weather Experiment Sta» tion report for 24« hours ending at 7 a.m. Wednesday, High 40, Low 25 Forecast ARKANSAS - Clear to partly cloudy through Thursday. Wnrmer over the state tonight and Thursday. Low tonight upper 20s northeast and mostly 30s elsewhere. Weather Elsewhere The Weather Elsewhere By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High Low Albany, rain 32 24 Albuquerque, cloudy 52 32 Atlanta, cloudy 72 32 Bismarck, cloudy 34 19 Boise, cloudy 6.6 45 Boston, rain 33 30 Buffalo, snow 27 20 Chicago, clear 35 18 Cincinnati, clear 37 20 Cleveland, cloudy 30 18 Denver, cloudy 52 27 Des Molnes, clear 33 17: Detroit, clear 31 11 Fairbanks, clear 19 -6 Fort Worth, clear 48 30 Helena, cloudy 61 40 Honolulu, rain 84 71 Indianapolis, clear 35 9 Jacksonville, clear 82 50 Juneau, fog 40 25 —Jerry Johnson photo with Star camera Brownie Troop 60 Is observing Health & Safety during this Girl Scout Week. Registered Brownies and leaders In^ elude: Virginia Andress, Kay CaUwsll, Tlno Cobb, Kathy Coffee, Tommy Coopor, Karen and Kathy Dawson, June Ann Downs, Becky Faulkner, Julia Johnson, Terrl Kauble, Angela Kellam, Debbie Murphy, Ruth Ann Ogburn, Emily Peterson, Jan Rowe, Darlene Sal lee, Ann Thrash, Sally Ann White, and adults, Mrs. Jack Coffee, Mrs. Mike Kauble, Mrs. Earl Downs, Mrs. Mel Thrash, Mrs. W. P. Peterson, Mrs. Ester White and leaders, Mrs. Calvin Cooper, Mrs. Jerry Johnson and Mrs. Bob Kellam. Cubans Knew Plane Was Hijacked By DENNIS FRIEL Associated Press Writer MIAMI, Fla, (AP) - A pas- Kenner. Delk said he maintained radio silence because "we didn't want to do anything to make them think we were not cooperating." American officials tracked the plane on radar. Cuba notified U.S. officials after the plane's safe landing at 12:36 p.m. The senger jet with 58 persons P Iane returned to Miami at 7:57 aboard was hijacked over South P <m> Florida Tuesday by two nervous The man who sald he was gunmen kidnaping an old man &oing to be killed sat quietly In who tearfully told passengers, the coach section of the plane 'I'm going to be killed I' The pilot of National Airlines until the landing in Cuba. "I heard noise that sounded flight 28, Capt. Clarence J. Iike a fl e ht ln the cockpit," said Delk, said "they were expecting Mrs - Kenner, "but then I saw It us. I don't know how they knew was the old man beating his we were coming. We were Iden- hands and arms on the chalr tlfled from the Cuban tower by armrest. Then he began pacing flight number during our approach to Havana airport.," The hijackers' prisoner, a man who appeared to be in his up and down saying in his broken English, 'I'm going to be killed!' " ' "Kill, kill. Dead, dead," the sixties, was led from the plane old man said as he gestured at Kansas City, cloudy 42 20 Los Angeles, clear 70 53 Louisville, clear 40 20 Memphis, clear 51 28 Miami, cloudy 78 62 Milwaukee, clear 29 17 Mpls.-St.P., clear 29 14 New Orleans, cloudy 58 41 New York, rain 36 34 Okla. City, clear 43 22 Omaha, cloudy 36 18 Philadelphia, cloudy 41 37 Phoenix, cloudy 68 48 Pittsburgh, snow 39 18 Ptlnd, Me., snow 32 22 Ptlnd, Ore,, cloudy 57 36 Rapid City, cloudy 45 23 Richmond, cloudy 48 43 St. Louis, clear 34 14 Salt Lk. City, cloudy 57 49 San Diego, cloudy 65 55 San Fran., rain 61 49 Seattle, cloudy 57 44 Tampa, cloudy 80 58 Washington, rain 45 36 Winnipeg, clear 19 -5 Group is Going Bottomless SAN FRANCISCO (AP) San Francisco's North Beach, which gained considerable noto* crying and gesturing for help. Stewardess Sarah E. West said the man slipped her some personal papers when the men weren't looking. She hid them on the plane and they were not found when Cuban soldiers searched the aircraft during the six hours at Havana. The papers were given to the FBI in Miami. All three men were met at his throat with a finger. To reports that hijackers were drunk or on dope, Mrs. Kenner said: "They were not drunk. They were just petrified, scared to death." In Havana, crew, passengers and military personnel aboard the plane were separated, Mrs. Kenner said. "They would not let us all be together. We were Interviewed all afternoon from Jose Marti airport in Havana by one to seven—constant ques- Jose Abrantes, Cuban vice min- tlons ' Pictures being taken, newsreel and everything." ister in charge of security. They were driven away with him in a government security car. The three men, all in business suits, boarded together in Tampa, The airline said they gave their names as J. Arnentero, G. Carrazana, and R. Donate when they bought tickets. Four minutes after takeoff on the Tampa-to-Miami leg of a flight that began in San Francisco, one of the gunmen put a ,45- caliber automatic pistol at the neck of stewardess Donna Gol- dlnher, 26, and forced her into the cockpit. She fumbled with a and „ . . .. and later allowed to return after $& HI ** S e , men ne r° USl P^ing airport and fuel fees. 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The biggest advantage of a vest fs that It gives a fat man a place to put his cigar ashes. One of the first signs of middle age }s that you never buy anything without first complain' ing gbout the price. All children go through aperi- ocj of life when they are secretly a bit ashamed of their parents. And. when they finally clo get around, to telling you how much they appreciate you, they're generally just buttering you up so yoy'Jl act as % free baby sitter for them. A man who has been poor all his life never feels quite as poverty stricken as a guy who has been living jt up on a lush expense account that is su44enly taken away from him. It's an ill iferch w|nd that blows a clinker in a fellow's eye just as a pretty girl in miniskirts passes. Flip Wilson, the comedian, who was a passenger on the plane, said the old man indicated he had been taken prisoner in Mexico. The National flight was the third commercial airliner hijacked to Cuba In 20 days. A Delta Air Lines jet with 109 aboard was seized Feb. 21 just after takeoff from Tampa by Lawrence Rhodes Jr., a fugitive from Welch, W,Va., and allowed to return the same day, On March 5, a Colombian airliner was seized over the Caribbean k-TN BANKAMERICARD AUTHORIZED SIGNATURES DOE ' " GOOD IK ARKANSAS, AND WORLDWIDE Hlitl AM SOMI OV THI MIRCHANTS WHO HA VI SIGN ID CONTRACTS WITH THI FIRST NATIONAL RANK IN MOPI IN THI BANKAMIRICARD PROGRAM: First National Bank - Hope BANKAMERICARD Welcome Here First National Bank- Hope BANKAMERICARD Welcome Here Foster's Shoe Store York Furniture Go. Cobb Radio & T.V. Duffie Hardware Co. Barry's Quick Sak No. 1 Barry's Quick Sak No. 2 Barry's Grocery & Market Russell's Curb Market Y. C. Coleman Garage The Trading Post Vera's Fashions Bob Morton Motors Emmet Mercantile Allen's D-X Station Byers Service Station Ward & Son Drug Co. Village Rexall Pharmacy Village Esso Station Homer Stone Keith's Jewelry Store Oaks Cafe Hope Furniture Co. Porter Implement Co. Pat's Mobile Station Smith Generator & Starter Stewart's'Jewelry Store' JH First National Bank - Hope BANKAMERICARD Welcome Here First National Bank - Hope BANKAMERICARD Welcome Here Turner Lion Station Sherwin-Williams Co. Hope Auto Company Town & Country Restaurant Lehman's Home Center Collier Furniture & Appliance Lagrone Williams Hardware Shipley Studio Perry's Truck Stop Perry's Motel Madlock Texaco Station Perry's Restaurant Tol-EoTexOil Co. Tol-E.Tex Implement Buck's Fina Station City Lumber Company Herbert Burns Company A skew's Sooner Service A. B. Mhoon Jewelry Hosey's Texaco Station Tom's D-X Station Putman Steak House First National Bank-Hope BANKAMERICARD Welcome Here First National Bank- Hope BANKAMERICARD Welcome Here Baker's Food Store Hope Builders Supply Western Auto Store Arkansas Machine Co, Collins Electronic Service Dortha Faye's Flowers Mode 0' Day Hope Lion Station K, P, Bachman OrQcery Buckley Gulf Station Dodson & Maney fewte Service Hgpg 6§ Service A* 1 Contractors & Appi, Edmonds Gulf Station Fox Tire Company Etter Printing Company Young Chevrolet Co, Glenn Calhoun Plumbing V, C, grown Gro, & 3ta, Beaver's Gro, & Sta, Truck Repair Company Smith's Grg f & Station (Saratoga) irst Nations! Bank « THE ACTION BANK " OF HOPE

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