Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 26, 1968 · Page 9
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«||«Maw ^M^fc. The Open WK (AW) SUOrirt* MfHtt 26, Vl«w off Hacienda's Kitchen Area Of "The Hacienda" Wed Powtll May Git Poro/e NEW YORK (AP) - Adam Clayton fcawdl has beeft ordered to show cause why his pa* role should not be revoked pending an appeal of his contempt conviction. The court action today Is one of three related hearings sched* tiled, but Powell, who dropped from public sight Monday after his weekend return to Harlem, Is not required to appear per» for any of them, Powell's whertabotits were ftdt knwn, but he was reported to have gone back to his Island retreat in filmini, the Bahamas, where he has lived most of the last year since his expulsion from Congress. The hearing on revoking pa* rdle was ordered by State Su* prefne Court Justice Joseph A, Saraflte upon the application of an attorney for Mrs, Esther James, a Harlem widow who won a defamation suit against Powell, Raymond Rubin, the attorney, alleged that the justice who granted the parole was unaware that a Puerto Rlcan court had issued an arrest order against ft>weil Wednesday tor violating pa rote thcfe, Justice Arthtir Mirkewich issued the parole Friday night after Powell agreed to a stipulation that he file afi appeal within two weeks on a criminal edn- tempt finding stemming from the defamation ease, Another hearing on the court calendar involves an inquest in which Mrs. James, who has been battling Powell in the courts for eight years, seeks to have him assessed for the costs involved in collecting the original defamation judgment, A third hearing is on a motion by Powell's attorney to have the court strike down three contempt lultflgs against his client on the ground thai fbweli Ms paid almost all the money he owes Mrs, James\ A MB S § y PHIL Now. in northern climes, il the time when little gasps of delight are heard as flowers pop through receding snow and garden tools once more come to light. a o a A sales genius is a fellow who can sell Manhattan <\ clam cnovider in Boston. View of portion of kitchen area showing the massive cabinet arrangement. All kitchen bullt-lns are gas fired and are in avacado green. Kitchen floor is vinyl brick by — Hope Star photo Armstrong. All corner cabinets feature lazysuzans tor ease of storage. Drawbridge Is Discussed This Is the Den off New Home MEMPHIS (AP) - A railroad drawbridge and when it should be up, when down, was the topic of a Monday hearing conducte'd v , by the,; Army Engineers tat "Memphis." - *' ' The Abridge spahs the White River at Clarendon, Ark., and is used by the St. Louis-Southwestern Railway Lines (Cotton-belt). ' Present federal regulations require the railroad to lift the bridge any time a towboat toots during seven months of the year. The rest of the year, tow boats must give 12 hours notice So a bridge operator can be on duty. / Barge line operators want the 12-hour notice stricken so the railroad would have,&!& the u ^ •ridge at all I toots. The railroad wants the opposite —12- hour notices all year. I The Corps of Engineers made no decision on the matter, placing the problem In the lap of the U.S. Coast Guard which takes over responsibility for bridge regulations on April 1. CONGRATULATIONS STRECrhOMES For Building This Beautiful Blue Star Home We Are Proud . . . . To Have Been Selected To Furnish The * Wall.To.Wall Carpet - And * * Armstrong Vinyl Tile COLLIER FLOOR COVERING Jr, Collier, Owner 409 E, Second St, » Phone 7-4359 — Hope Star photo Looking into Den area from living quarters? This den adjoins the kitchen area. Bi-fold luvered doors in foreground separate the den and living areas. All furnishings are by Collier Furniture and Appliance Company. Drapes by Grigg Decorating and Supply. Messoges From LBJ Hack Congress By ED MONO LeBRETON Associated Pi-ess Writer WASHINGTON (AP) - Since Congress convened in January, President Johnson has sent messages to Capitol Hill at the rate of almost one every other working day. All request action. Most call for spending, The steady barrage of messages is one of the irritants that have made for prickly relations between a President determined to keep his long-range domestic programs alive and a Congress generally willing to go along on Vietnam, but bent on consolidation*-at most-rather than expansion of government under, takings at home, One of the more vocal critics CONGRATULATIONS TO STRECH HOMES For Building This Beautiful Blue Star Home We Are Proud To Have Been Selected As The Plumbing Contractor For "The Hacienda" ROY WARREN PLUMBING AND UTILITY CONTRACTOR of the administration, Rep. Thomas B. Curtis, R-Mo.. has complained bitterly that well- publicized messages calling for new governmwital programs or expansion of old ones belie Johnson's insistence he is offering Congress on austere budget, "He talks about economy,' 1 Curtis said, "but he keeps whetting people's appetites," Members of the President's own party naturally are less Inclined to criticize him publicly. But in private conversation some of them say much the same thing; That Johnson must know that Congress, even if it approves new proposals in principle, is not likely to provide funds for them now in amounts sufficient to make much of a showing—and that disillusion' ment all around is the inevitable result, Administration officials who appear in closed committee sessions seeking such Johnson ob* jectives as the income tax sur* charge are accustomed to hear» ing, "tf he'd oaly cut those rnes« sages off, , ," Between Jan. 17 and March. 13, Johnson sent 23 messages to Congress, including the opening State of the Union message he delivered in person, This total does not incjijde routine communications sach a§ those transmitting departmental reports. It dpes include four re» organization plans of limited fi< nanciaj impact, The others, however, embrace proposals on such wide-ranging subjects as civil rights, educa> tjon, public safety and crime, the crisis of the cities and con? servstion, among others. There is nothing unusual $bout a President accompanying a significant legislative pro* ppsal with i special message to Congress. Honduras was Columbus' first glimpse of the North American mainland. He thoyght it \vas China at time. Congratulations -To- Strech Homes For Building This Beautiful And Modern Blue Star Home 11 fhe Hacienda We Are Proud.... To Have Been Selected To Completely Furnish 'The Hacienda" With These Famous Brand Names: * Flanders * Southland * Link * Taylor * Daystrom * RCA Victor * RCA Whirlpool * Berkline * Riverside * Zenith * Cotfey * Deena * National * Philco * Alan Tracy * Bienville We invite you to attend Open House of "The Hacienda" Wednesday, March 27 Thru Saturday, April 6, Collier Furniture & Appliance PHONE 7-6738 WEST.SECONl) ST. HOPE, ARKANSAS

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