Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 25, 1968 · Page 1
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Ofcltuarfos RUFF Raff Ni?eBs» 65, 6f Bievtas, died SMaf&y, He tis 4 rettfed frrmtft Surviving are his wife, Mfst LUHe Nivetis, seven sons, Cirroll of Preseott,, Kenneth of Grtttr Shot to Dioth •f Camftn !• Dltcus««d , Ark, (AP>- Cam- vins; Lyle of Avenger, Texas, Wiyn« of Hope, Harold and Keith Nlvens of Kevins; five daughters, Mrs, Charles Salisbury and Mrs. .M&riln Gibson, both of Hope; Mrs, Charles lt« Hill of Avenber; Misses Nina Beth and Aleta Ni* yens, both of the home; three sisters, Mrs. Arch Pickens of Florida; Mrs, Clarence Smith of Presdott; Mrs, £>, L, McDonald of Menaj three brothers, Add of Blevins, Guy of Longview and . Luke Nlvens of Arkadelphla. Services will be at 3 p.m. Home Church. of clues and brutal L, Chun, 64, who beaten to death Saturday night at the grocery store he owned here. Police Chief 0, B. Cole said his men had picked up no leads, but that there was a possibility the slaying was connected with a similar case In North Little Cole called Chun's slaying "as brutal a murder as I've ever witnessed." He said the elderly Chinaman's skull had crushed by flows from soft .Cemetery by Herndon Funeral .Home, MRS, LEX KING , Mrs. Lex King, 73, former* 'ly of this area, died Friday at Pasadena, Texas. • She is survived by a daughter, "Mrs. Wirta Ayers of Pasadena; 'a son, Lex King of Corpus Chris* ti, Texas; a sister, Mrs. Ida Walker of Dallas. Services were Monday at Hern* don Chapel by the Rev. G. Trussell. BuriaJ was in Nashville Cemetery by Herndon Funeral Home. TOKYO (AP) - Sadamu Shl- momura, 80, former commander of the Japanese Expeditionary Force in north China and minister of war in Japan's first two post-World War n cabinets, died today from injuries received Sunday in a traffic accident. MILWAUKEE, Wis. (AP) S. Niels Lauritzen, 50 a top sports photographer with the Milwaukee Journal for 30 years, was killed Sunday in an automobile accident. ALHAMBRA, Calif. (AP) Roy L. French, 79, founder of journalism schools at the University of Southern California and the University of North Dakota, died Saturday. DALLAS, Tex. (AP) - J.L, Latimer, 70, president of Magnolia Petroleum Co., died Saturday. Latimer joined Mobil Oil Corp. in 1915 as a 25-cent an hour loading rack helper and rose until he became director alSTviee^pTesiaent o/'both 'Mdlg r *' nolia Petroleum" and"~Magnolia Pipeline Co. LOS ANGELES (AP) - Mat• thew Herman, 66, a leader in many Jewish educational organizations, was found dead Saturday, fully clothed, in the swimming pool at his home. Among the posts held by Bermanwere director of the United Synagogues of America, chairman of the Board of Governors of the University of Judaism and director of the Jewish Federated Council of Greater Los Angeles. below the left shoulder blade and just below the neck, The three shots apparently were fired from a ,38-callber pistol, he said, which is the same caliber weapon believed to have been used early Saturday morning in the slaying of Bryan William Hewitt, 58, of North Little Rock, who was killed during a $31.73 robbery at the service station where he was a night attendant. No weapon was found in either case. Cole said it was impossible to determine how much money was taken from Chun. He said the man's pockets had been emptied, and that the coffee can in which he kept his change was found lying on the ground outlsde the grocery. Chun's body was discovered in the bedroom of his living quarters by Lt, Jack Dews of the Camden police, who entered the unlocked store after spotting smoke inside the building. The smoke came from Chun's bed, which apparently had been set afire by his assailant. The body was on the floor at the foot of the bed. Cole said the murder apparently took place between 11 p.m., when Chun normally closed the store on Saturdays, and 12:50 a.m., when Dews found him, Pieces of glass were found imbedded in Chun's scalp, and Daws picked up the necks of nine broken soft drink bottles. Chun lived alone. PLANE WITH — B,N, Holt photo with Star camera PEARSON WALSH Pearson Walsh, a partner'•; in Waish-Lumpkin Drug Company of Texarkana, a past president of his Rotary Club, and a past president of the Texarkana Chamber of Commerce, spoke to the Hope Rotary Club last Friday at the Town and Country on the evolution of the selling trade. He elaborated on the steps — particularly In the field of drugs — from manufacture, to wholesale and retail handling, to research. "No one likes to buy medicine," the wholesale druggist said, "but it is something nearly everyone has to do at some time." He said that the whole- B y THE AMCIATED RE. ££S $% SX£& trowth In the field of research Weather Experiment Sta. tion report for 24* hours ending at 7 a.m. Monday, High 64, Low 35 Forecast ARKANSAS - Clear to partly cloudy with rising temperatures through Tuesday. Low tonight 40s east to 50s west. Weather Elsewhere Albany, clear Albuquerque, clear Atlanta, clear Bismarck, clear Boise, cloudy High Low 33 23 69 38 54 54 59 33 31 46 40 30 has been In the last 20 years. For Instance, In 1947 the annual sum for research was 30 million dollars, and currently it. Is 400 million dollars annually, " u west pered search operations. The spokesman added that the airline "never had experience of an aircraft spinning before, nor do I know of any other case." He said the plane had been in service for about 12 years. St. George's Channel, a part of the Irish Sea where the search is centered, Is about 600 feet deep. A Royal Navy spokesman said deep-sea sounding equipment would probably be used if no debris is found in the next day or two. !,.QJI Chicago^ cloudy Cincinnati, cloudy Cleveland, clear Denver, clear Denver, clear Des Moines, cloudy Detroit, clear Fairbanks, clear Fort Worth, clear Helena, clear Honolulu, cloudy Indianapolis, clear Jacksonville, clear Juneau, cloudy Kansas City, cloudy . v 58 37 45 30 35 27 66 34 66 68 41 3 34 47 25 -10 69 48 53 28 81 71 50 62 29 66 31 36 29 48 Pvervone ^ JOIN! can ALL EXISTING CONDITIONS COVERED NO WAITING PERIODS Even conditions known to exist will be covered (except obstetrical cases and these are covered after nine months of continuous family membership). NO PHYSICAL EXAMINATIONS RfQUIRlO and no health statement needed either. NO JOINING Kt or other added charge during this enrollment period, New liberalized plan to supplement Medicare open to over 65. JWCMl OPiN fNROUMfNT PWOD fNDS APR/I ?5 HUSH COUPON ftflOW FOR FRCf INFORMATION r AlKANfAf UUf »OiS I tlUf fHIELP, INC. ITM i GAINfS / UTttf IOC*, AIK. 73303 Pleasf $?nd Fgff INFORMATION about how I fan join cjyring Qpen inrpllment Ppripd which ends April 15, 1968. AQf- APQBESS. ARKANSAS AT- L THf« Ail- -- f/W-QYEES WHEgf I WORK MM f8* £ W9< #*f« HifE D 1 I I I I I I J Los Angeles, cloudy 82 58 Louisville, cloudy. 44 30 Memphis, cloudy 45 35 Miami, cloudy 65 55 Milwaukee, cloudy 57 39 Mpls.-St.P., cloudy 66 46 New Orleans, clear 56 30 New York, clear 47 30 Okla. City, clear 67 44 Omaha, clear 68 42 Philadelphia, clear 48 30 Phoenix, cloudy 81 49 Pittsburgh, clear 39 24 Ptlnd, Me., clear 38 28 Ptlnd, Ore,, cloudy 58 47 Rapid City, cloudy 68 36 Richmond, clear 60 27 St. Louts, cloudy 61 40 Salt Lk. City, clear 60 36 San Diego, cloudy 70 56 San Fran., cloudyx 63 54 Seattle, rain 56 46 Tampa, clear 57 48 Tampa, clear 57 48 Washington, clear 52 34 Winnipeg, cloudy 32 30 Donations Keep School From Closing PiNE BLUFF, Ark, (AP)Patrons of the Wabbaseka School District have kept their three schools from closing by contributing $3,189 to pay back salaries of teachers, The district discovered Feb. J5 that it had underpaid teachers by $4,030 for the 1966-67 schoo} year, It wiped out part of its debt by applying a $1,841 surplus carried over from rhe previous schoo} year, but was still in the red. According to state iaw, the state Education Department must withhold all state aid from school dstriets that go into the red until local fm$s are raised to cover the deficit. Isaac Hull \yas in command of the USS Constitution when it defeated the British Guerriere in the War of J812. I'Badef* who'-tntrO'ducedtHe speaker. President Clyde'Fousie presided, and nominating committee, chairman, Vic Cobb, offered the names of Steven Bade.r and Jack Beaty for the position of directors. They were accepi- ed by acclamation. It was announced that tickets for the performance of Rublnoff and His Violin In Hope April 5 would be $2 for adults and $1 for students and could be purchased from any Hope Rotarian. Jack Braunagel of Hot Springs and John Hawkins of Texarkana were visiting Rotarians. Other guests were Earl Christian of Texarkana and Carter Sutton. Coses Dropped, No Testimony fs Required LITTLE ROCK (AP)-Circuit Judge William J. Kirby of Littie Rock granted a defense motion today to suppress the evidence in eight gambling cases that stemmed from State Police raids last September, Former State Police Director Lynn A, Davis led the raids and later was jailed for refusing to name an informant who gave him Information about the alleged gambling violations. Davis was subpoenaed to tes. tify today, but didn't take the stand, Kirby granted the motion aft. er John Pirtle, attorney for some of the defendants, had as. serted that Major WJJ. Ham Struebing of (he Criminal Investigation Division of the State Police had no personal know], edge that the eight persons who were arrested were operating gambling houses, Struebing testified that at the {Jim- he signed the search war* rants used in the raids he did not kqow the identity of the in/ fornwnt who former State Po* lice Director Lynn A, Davis said had told him gambling was going on. Pirtle called to Kirby's at, tention a state l|w requiring (pat an officer signing a search warrant affidavit must have personal knowledge about the alleged violation. The granting of the motion ap< partment means that the cases against the eight will be dropped. Platt National Park. is the smallest of the national parks. Are Under Investigation By JO ANN HACKER Associated Pt ess Writer SKULL VALLEY, Utah (AP) « An investigation to determine what killed some 6,400 sheep in this desolate, semlarld western Utah valley continued today as ranchers moved Into the pas* hires to shoot other suffering sheep, In the past 10 days sheep began dying by the thousands and several qualified veterinarians have linked their deaths to nerve gas testing at the Army's Dugway Proving Ground adja* cent to the rangeiand, Dr« Mar Fawcett. one of two veterinarians called to the Hatch Ranch-which has sus* tained more than 90 per cent of the loss—said, "f have no doubts at all that organic phos* phate poisoning from nerve gass testing killed the sheep/' He said he based this on lab tests at Utah State University and on private study, U was several days after the sheep began dying that Army officials withdrew their original denial and said "routine nerve gas" spray had been tested at Dugway March 13. Fawcett said, "I'm sure if we had known about the testing and had an antidote, many of the sheep could have been saved.' 1 Had the Army reported the tests on March 17 when they were Informed of the deaths, Fawcett said many of the sheep could have been given the Army nerve gas antidote atropine. Army investigators contend "all results so far are Inconclusive," and that it cannot be proven the sheep died because of nerve gas testing done at Dugway. Loss has been estimated at $300,000. In addition, the wool crop is lost and about 80 per cent of the dead sheep would have lambed In a month. P>W1LLSVfLLB, H,C, (AP) - tavern fittief Jiffu»s Midi* s<tt Reefflef, SO, shot Saturday night dufiftf an argument with a euslonw, appeared to be dead and an undertaker was called, But signs of life were detected and Keififfipf was taken to a hospital, where a doctor discovered the bullet had passed through his body without apparent damage to any internal organs. The doctor applied two small bandages and Keeffler was released, Cortina! Wonts to Go to Rome VIENNA (AP) - An authoritative source said today that Hungary's Joseph Cardinal Min- dszenty has changed his mind about maintaining his self-imposed exile in the U.S. Embassy in Budapest and now wants to go to Rome, But the Informant said Hun* garian authorities, who earlier displayed "great interest" in having the Roman Catholic prelate leave, have cooled toward that idea, making an early solution of the cardinal's case unlikely, The informant said, "The cardinal now holds the view It would be better if he left Hungary, because he could do a lot more abroad than he can do there." Earlier/ Cardinal Mindszenty repeatedly turned down invitations by the Pope to como to Rome, saying he preferred to remain in Hungary, Cardinal Mindszenty will be 76 next Friday, It will be the 12th birthday he has celebrated in the U.S. Embassy, where he sought sanctuary when the Hungarian revolution was smashed Nov. 4, 1956. ffcfiff Ifory of Stalinism Purge Told §y HANKS HEUERBOURo Associated Press Writer PfcAGue, (AP) - the Brit- ish'bof ft widow of one of Czechoslovak's victims of Stalinism Said today the truth about the ble&dy purges of the early 1950's should now be told, "The whole ease must be properly cleared op," Mr, Ma* nan Sling said in an interview. "1 do flat want Any revenge, any political trial. But it is Important for the youth, for the entire country, that the full truth is toM," Mrs, Sling, 55, is the widow of Otto Sting, hanged in 1952 to* gether with former party Secretary General Rudolf Slansky and several other leading Communists, They were partially cleared posthumously in a 1963 probe, but Mrs, Sling said it "did not go into the question who was be* hind ail this,..and left my husband with a political stigma." The outspoken Oxford graduate also told of how she and her husband were arrested, how she spent a long solitary confinement and was exposed to brainwashing, "1 never despaired of socialism," she said, however. "I think all of us who went through such experiences have always continued to believe in socialism as the only possible solution for the future of society, We knew this was not the fault of socialism but the fault of the way it was carried out.'' Under the new anti-Stalinist leadership, full rehabilitation of Sling and other victims of the purges is regarded as a formality. •', •: , / - .." •: ..y A special party commission has been established and is expected to announce soon the official posthumous restoration of party membership. An investigation into the background of the purges Is also under way. LoNtJOH (AP) - Ataft Clore, the 2iJ*yaSr<wd soft 6f millionaire Milder ..._. Clare, said today Britain's budget will fax him so m that he has to nw& to "fax He" in Switzerland. Clore receives $822,400 a year in dividends from a trust fund set up by his father. He said in today's Daily EX- press; This could be a wonderful country, But my tax position now would mean that I would have to pay taxes of nearly 50 per cent more than my total in* come If I stay." Clore explained that new upper-income bracket dividend taxes, on top of a surtax, would come to $3.27 for every $2,40 he earns in dividends. Escapees Are Apprended, 6 Still Free CUMMtNS PRISON FARM, Ark. (AP}— Illinois authorities have apprehended two of the eight Inmates who escaped here March 15, Prison Supt, Victor Urban said Saturday night. •,? He said Henry Suggett, 24^ and Erskin Russell, 25, were being held "somewhere" in Illinois after being picked up in a car believed to have been stolen Friday in Little Rock. "• All other escapees were captured previously. •- Suggestt was serving a five- year term for burglary and grand larceny from Woodruff County, Russell was serving i 9 years for burglary and grand larceny from St. Francis County./: •; . ... •. '•".;•. . • ::i Colored Eggs ~ Birds that nest on top of the ground or those that build nests that are not covered over have colored eggs. The colors blend with the surroundings for protection of the eggs. ,.r. WHY SETTLE FORLE Prices effective through' Wednesday, March 27. Quantity rights reserved, Copyright 1968, ' The Kroger Co. 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