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April 10, 1968

Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 7

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!c*r* Are elected at Senior High School HOPE (ARK) STAR, Printed tiy Offset POLITICAL from (Page 1) would accept a presidential draft, While McCarthy headed for Nebraska, his appeal to Connecticut Democrats was being tested in 30 local primaries for the election of state convention delegates, Delegate slates pledged to the Minnesotan were running in all 30 of the primaries and opposing slates were not publicly committed to any other candidate. Although the vote will test McCarthy's strength, it will not necessarily secure any of Connecticut's national convention votes for him, The primaries select only 350 of the 060state convention delegates-who select and instruct the delegates to the national convention. Elsewhere on the political Wednesday, April 10,1968 scone: — Postmaster General Lawrence F. O'Brien, a longtime friend of the Kennedy family, is considering resigning his post but an aide said lie has not decided whether he would join Kennedy's campaign. Front Row— Susan McCain and Jimmy Alford Back Row—Juneanne Reynolds and Pat Westbrook The annual Student council and class officer elections were held out at Hope High School this last • month. The results were as follows. Next years Student Council officers are: President, Susan McCain; Vice President, Jimmy Alford, Secretary, Junsanne Reynolds; and Treasurer, Pat Westbrook. Other newly elected members are: •. Seaior Representatives: Robyn , Galloway, executive; Tim Ross, Pam Butler. Senior Class Officers: President, Jan Herring, Vice President, Kenny Koen, Secretary, Nancy Martindale, Treasurer, Carla Martin. Junior Representatives: Dan Stuart, executive; lamar Cox, Tina Martin. ;, Junior Class Officers: President, Mary\Se^MiUt«a1^rice President, Debbie Moore, Secretary, Mary Ella Imnson, Trea- Everyone can join • 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 REQUIRED and no health statement needed either. • NO JOINING FEE or other added charge during this enrollment period. • NO AGE LIMIT New liberalized plan to supplement Medicare open to people over 65. SWC/Al OPfN INROUMfNT PiRiOP fNOS APRIL 15 RUSH COUPON BftOW FOR fRFf INFORMATION jfmmmmmmmmmm ARKANSAS BLUE CROSS & BLUE SHIELD, INC. 6TH ft GAINES / UTTLE ROCK, ARK. 72203 Please send FREE INFORMATION about how I can join during your Special Open Enrollment Period which ends April 15, 1968. NAME. • • ADDRESS CITY. AGE ARKANSAS I I I EMPLOYED AT. THERE ARi EMPLOYEES WHERE I WORK. if YQV FARM FOR A LIVING, CHECK HERE Q I mMMP ^B^^P* ^^^^^^ I I I J —Crit Stuart photo with Star camera Front Row—Dan Stuart and Tommy Frazier Back Row— Robyn Galloway and Joe Fouse. surer, Kathy Dexter. Sophomore Representatives: Joe Fouse, executive; Tommy Holt, Stan James. Sophomore Class Officers: President, Mike Huddleston, Vice President, Jerry Pruden, Secretary, Jeanine Koen, Treasurer, Becky McClendon. Freshman Representatives: Tommy Frazier, executive; Becky Moore, Tim White. Freshman Class Officers: President, Rusty Quillen, Vice President, David Sanders, Sefcre- tary, Sandra Flowers, Treasurer, Sandra McFarland. Halas Is Going to Europe CHICAGO (AP) - George Halas, owner-coach of the Chicago Bears in theJVational.Fopj;- ball League^pMs* to "leave Thursday on a European trip. Delinquency Fight Drags in Arkansas LITTLE ROCK (AP)-A consultant to the United States Children's Bureau told the Arkansas Training School Board Tuesday that the state was "dragging its feet in this war to oombat juvenile delinquency." Raymond L. Menella o.f Washington, D.C., who was asked by the board to help it work out a plan for desegregating the four training schools to comply with a federal court order and reorganize the training program, said, however, that other states had similar problems. ManeJUa,;Said. the. i ormation of a Diagnostic and classification center through which all juveniles committed would be chan- nelled, was an important innovation, which the board had already proposed. The consultant visited the four schools and said he would send his suggestions to the board in a few days. Manella said a major obstacle in Arkansas is the lack of funds for establishing new programs in the schools. Honorary Colonels Hurt SANTA FE, N.M. 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