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, Mrs, Lttey Elvifv Cox, 8$, a %§§itfettt df fiwffiel, diedWette. flt? In a Pfesbett hospital; She as a ioftgttfiie ttempstead fesi» dent find fflember of the fcmmet Gun Sales Soar After Looting •*' Surviving are two sons, James/ By DO F At f> M - R °™BERG •»0, Cox of Mope and Jack 1 Cox of ^B^J^ftP ltef rtlft fcrnttiet} five daughters/ Mrs, WASHINGTON (AP) - Guft Louis Townsend and Mrs, Shelby sales have soared in Pfedomt- t>torte^ both of Emfnetj Mrs.fcay- »"»«y ^ite suburbs _of Wash, ffearft Butts o! North Little Rock, £!*<% Baltimore ami Kansas JiMfs, John Prison of Jones- City slnee ooting and violence »'taro and Mrs, Poster Jones of f^*" the .S?^ h ? ae ^E* §El Dorado, hoods of those cities this month. *» Services will be at 2:30 -p.m.- Ri <% that followed the mur- aPriday at Herndon Chapel by the <J<* of Dr, Martin Luther King .«ev» Calvin Miller, Burial will Jr - on A PfH 4 marked the first i.1ft in Memory Gardens bf Hope ™fr racial disorders in any of •fey Herndoh Funeral Home, * he , thl> ee Cities in recent years, ' In contrast, there was little if any increase in gun sales in the suburbs of two cities which experienced rioting in previous years as well as this month, Only one dealer in two suburbs adjacent to Chicago's West Side, r scene of a 1966 riot, reported an co1 ' increase in sales. And therewas no evidence of an increase in suburbs, where gun •}£ Mills, Israel Offkerfo fie Honored LITTLE ROCK (AP) Immanuel Shakked; of Israel will be the featured speaker at , a dinner here Saturday at which { went shar ly during Rep, Wilbur D, Mills, D-Ark., thel967riot . al n 0 ^ V , I11Jbe J lon0re » < *„ « When trouble broke out in iu Shakked, who participated in Washington ^ sales we re the Arab-Israel war last year, banned Vthe city and in its will arrive, in Little Rock at i^ ylandsuburbs arrive in Little Rock at 1:12 p.m. Saturday. The dinner is an annual event ur ^virJinVrhoweV7r,liid"in by the Bonds for Israel Com- Alexandria6 lon j lines O f subur- Sales were permitted in sub- niittee of Little Rock, Funds derived from the bond "£rr ale are loaned to the State of £' banites formed outside gun sale are loanea 10 me sous 01 A lexandria police sa id in the Israel for economic develop- first ^ weeks in April they re . rment. HEAVIEST (From Page 1) is "used to funnel enemy troops and supplies from Laos eastward to the fringes of the old imperial capital on the coast where the enemy made his most Determined stand during the lunar new year offensive in February. Vietnamese sources report "that the North Vietnamese 325C Division, once deployed around :lhe Khe Sanh base 50 miles to lithe north, has moved into the A ••Shau Valley. £ Since April 1, the B52s have •flown 55 separate missions over Ithe area, with each mission av- said, feraging about six planes. An es- sure ceived 400 applications for permits to possess handguns— more than they had during the entire month of March. Although purchases were barred in the Maryland suburbs of both Washington and Baltimore during the disorders, many dealers forwarded applications for handgun permits to police for processing. The ban was lifted last Sunday. Karl Zinkhan, deputy chief of the Baltimore County police, said the number of requests was the highest his department has received since 1966 when the law requiring permits was passed. "We don't like to see so many handguns going out," Zinkhan "but, we're reasonably they are going into the ^Vietnamese troops battled ene- City, reported a spurt in sales frnjr forces in the Mekong Delta as soon as a ban on them was /artd along the northern frontier Wednesday. In the biggest battle, U. S. Infantrymen from the 9th Division reported killing 78 Viet Cong In day-long fighting in the delta 43 miles southwest of Saigon. Four Americans were reported killed and 15 wounded. tj The U.S. infantrymen sur- "rbunded the enemy, and artillery and fighter-bombers blasted the enemy poeittons. In Independence, Mo., another Kansas City suburb, 40 people were lined up at one gun shop when the ban went into effect. Edward Breitt, owner of a gun shop in Oak Park, m., a town adjacent to Chicago's West Side, said his business was up substantially. "Mostly handguns. Not rifles or shotguns," he said. However, police in Oak Park and neighboring Cicero said applications for handgun permits No new ground fighting was reported at Khe Sanh, but U.S. officers said more than 240 were running about normal, ounds of artillery and rockets In the Detroit suburb of Dear- it the area Wednesday in the born, Police Chief John B. ird consecutive day of heavy O'Reilly said, "Last fall the ihelling. U.S. casualties were amount of handgun registra- reported light. • vions probably tripled. This pace For the 14th successive day in has been constant. I don't think the air war against North Viet- there has been any change as a nam, U.S, jets stayed south of result of Dr. King's death." the 19th Parallel. The deepest pentration report- hit a ferry crossing 26 miles ed was by Navy bombers that northwest of Vinh and 10 mtles south of the parallel. — ^ ^ -w •* - w w w w "~ (BANANA ITCDI FT SPLIT Thursday & Friday April 18th & 19th liairii It's Banana Split Sale time at your nearby Pair/ Queen. Cool swirls ol refreshing Dairy Queen piled high vyith your lavorile toppings. "Live a Little" 'M at Dairy Queen dunny the Bunana Split Sale. 917 E. 3RD. mn (AWO st in,'(taw uy o«$«t Advisory Group Inspects Local Tech School Thursday, April 18,1§68 Purtell Rants KOREANS RED » i * lAf ft (' rOm HQCJG 1 ) ADvlll ffll/ to encourage peace contacts and fl-f—L* leetiA Park "expressed his satisfec- I/I I till* iiiUV ti on W uh these developments." -Johnson reviewed the posi- The Heavy Equipment Advisory Committee met at Red River Vocational to evaluate the six-month operation course. The group toured facilities of the school. Left to right: J. J. Pickren, Director of Instruction at RRVTC; Fred Fuller, Heavy Equipment Instructor; V. H. (Bill) Williams, Little Rock, International Union of Operat- Greek Premier Weather Experiment Station report for 24- hour s ending at 7 a.m. Thursday, High 82, Low 65, trace of precipitation. Defies House Arrest Order By PHILIP DOPOULOS Associated Press writer ATHENS (AP) - Former Premier George Papandreou defied house arrest Wednesday and smuggled out an appeal for international political and economic isolation of Greece's military dictatorship. The statement from the 80- year-old leftist leader said "solidarity and support" from nations of the "free world" would lead to the immediate overthrow of the junta that seized power in a coup April 21,1967. Papandreou and ex-Premier Panayiotis Canellopoulos were placed under house arrest Monday in an attempt to prevent them from issuing statements in connection with the first^annig, versary of the coup.** * '** * w But Papandreou foiled the guards around his house and managed to smuggle out a long and defiant statement that was distributed by his followers. He accused the regime of abolishing freedom of the press, freedom of speech and freedom of assembly. He said the coup leaders have so far failed to justify their claim that a Communist revolution was to be launched during the elections that had been scheduled for May 28, 1967, elections which Papandreou's Center Union had been expected to win. "The Communist danger was manufactured and the coup undertaken only to prevent our electoral victory," Papandreou said. Papandreou was premier from February 1964 to July 1965. He was forced out by King Constantino in a struggle over control of the arm°d forces. The old man was held under house arrest from the coup until last October. Canellopoulos, leader of Greece's biggest conservative party, was the caretaker premier in charge of the election preparations at the time of the coup. Daley Insists Shooting Is Necessary CHICAGO (AP) - Mayor Richard J. Daley has clarified his order that police shoot arsonists and looters on sight, but he reiterated his position that such force as is necessary be used to prevent such crimes. Daley read a statement to the city council Wednesday which tempered the language of his order Monday in connection with arsonists and looters. An aide said the statement was designed to remove the impression that the mayor had called for indiscriminate shootings. "Certainly an officer should do everything in his power to make an arrest—to prevent a crime— by utilizing minimum force necessary," Daley told the council. "But I cannot believe that any citizen would hold that policemen should permit an arsonist to carry out his dangerous, murderous mission when minimum force necessary cannot prevent or deter him." Emerging from the council meeting, Daley was asked if he was misunderstood la his "shoot on sight" orders Monday. "Yes I was," Daley replied. Had he changed his position Jji Forecast By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ARKANSAS - Cloudy with not much change in tempera- ment hires and showers with thunder- Penh showers through Friday. Low tonight 50s northwest to 60s elsewhere. Weather Elsewhere By THE ASSOCIATE!) PRESS High ; Low Albany, clear 71 29 *?$ : 46* 75 ,V53 47'' 21 58 22 53 41 73 51 60 51 58 53 70 55 41 25 70 44 63 53 39 26 83 68 47 20 80 72 Atlanta, cloudy Bismarck, clear Boise, clear Boston, clear Buffalo, clear Chicago, cloudy Cincinnati, cloudy Cleveland, cloudy Denver, cloudy Des Moines, rain Detroit, cloudy Fairbanks, cloudy Fort Worth, cloudy Helena, clear Honolulu, cloudy Indianapolis, cloudy5 8 49 Jacksonville, clear 79 61 Juneau, rain 43 37 Kansas City, cloudy 77 52 Los Angeles, clear 65 54 Louisville, cloudy 67 55 Memphis, clear 74 68 Miami, clear 86 73 Milwaukee, cloudy 51 49 Mpls.-St.P., cloudy 65 44 New Orleans, cloudy 78 60 New York, clludy 69 46 Okla. City, cloudy 82 50 Omaha, cloudy 59 39 Philadelphia, cloudy 68 43 Phoenix, cloudy 77 51 Pittsburgh, cloudy 72 54 Rind., Me., clear G7 Ptlnd., Ore., cloudy 57 35 Rapid City, cloudy 41 25 Richmond, cloudy 75 42 St. Louis, cloudy 80 52 Salt Lk. Cty, cloudy 44 29 San Diego, clear 64 51 San Fran., clear 64 51 Seattle, cloudy 55 40 Tampa, clear 88 66 Washington, clear 72 48 Winnipeg, clear 47 18 (M-Mlsslng) — Hope Star photo ing Engineers; Bradley Co. Judge James Ernest; D. R. Coffman, Austin Road Co., Little Rock; Kenneth Damitz, Potashnick Const., Inc., Arkadelphia; Hempstead Judge Finis Cdom; Nevada County Judge Ralph Barnes; Miller County Judge Rudy Burgess; J. W. Rowe, RRVTC Director. CHARGES (From Page 1) talks. The paper added: "In the eyes of those men of good will who want an early end to the war in Vietnam, Phnom Penh- capital of a neutral country—or Warsaw—where the United States has its embassy—are suitable places for the contacts." Diplomats in Washington from some of the countries allied with the United States in Vietnam said the U.S. govern- had objected to Phnom and Warsaw because it had promised the preliminary talks would be held, if possible, in a neutral Asian country to which South Vietnam and its Asian allies could send observer delegations. This was expected to provoke a new howl from Hanoi, which has given every indication that it assumes the preliminary talks will be confined to the United States and Noi-thi Vietnam, with their sole purpose the ending of all American attacks on North Vietnamese territory. However, Asian diplomats in Washington said the United States has turned down South Vietnam's proposal for a summit conference of the seven allied nations with troops in Vietnam. The informants said the United States let it be known it is not enthusiastic for a summit before the initial contacts are made with Hanoi. Rockefeller Is Being Pressured the wake of heated controversy which followed his remarks on Monday? "No," Daley replied. "I said very distinctly that all I want is for people to obey the laws." Daley's statement to the council Wednesday was in connection with a resolution he introduced designating May 1 as Law Day, a resolution which the council adopted unanimously, Daley evidently was replying to criticism during the April 5-7 disturbances that police did little to stop looters and arsonists. The mayor touched off a wave of controversy— in the city and the nation— Monday when he re. buked Police Supt. James B. Coniisk for not issuing "shoot on sight" orders during the disturbances. He told a press conference By JACK BELL AP Political Writer WASHINGTON (AP) - New York Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller is under increasing pressure from some key associates to take a new step toward active candidacy for the Republican presidential nomination. Rockefeller, in Washington today to launch what he has said will be a series of speeches on major issues, will talk on big- city problems before the American Society of Newspaper Editors. Some of the New Yorker's backers who participated In the abortive 1964 attempt to stop Barry Goldwater with then-Gov. William Scranton of Pennsylvania are convinced Rockefeller must abandon quickly his position of waiting for a draft. Sen. Jacob K. Javits, R-N.Y., among others, thinks Rockefeller should say within two weeks he is willing to seek the nomination that former Vice President Richard M, Nixon is campaigning for vigorously. Rockefeller said on April 12 there "could be" circumstances under which he might become an active candidate. Some of his strategists feel action of this nature would help eliminate some of the political hangups they have encountered in trying to get a flow of convention delegates headed his way. They believe Gov, James A. Rhodes and the 58-voto Ohio delegation might be favorable to Rockefeller. But they don't expect the canny Rhodes to make any commitments to a contender who isn't even in the ring. Similarly, Gov. George Rom- Corrective Prison Plan Js Blamed RALEIGH, N. C. (AP) North Carolina's top prison official says his efforts to build a progressive correction system were partially responsible for Wednesday's Central Prison riot in which six prisoners were killed. But State Correction Commissioner Lee Bounds plans no change from his relatively new policy of collecting the worst offenders at the maximum security unit in Raleigh. The advantage of the regrouping, Bounds said, outweighs the risks. He said that his system insures that the "bulls"—extor- tonists, racketeers, assaulters, sexual offenders and other prisoners who have been terrorizing their fellow inmates— are removed" from medium security facilities throughout the state, allowing more rehabilitation in those units. Five inmates were killed and 78 wounded early Wednesday when guards fired shotguns into a crowd of more than 400 rioting prisoners. One of eight critically injured prisoners died late Wednesday night in a hospital. Five officers were hurt, none seriously, in the confrontation that Bounds said lasted 10 minutes. Bounds said the "root cause" of the trouble was administrative take-over of the prison handicraft system. For years the system was operated by inmates as a revenue source by making wallets and other leath- LITTLE ROCK CAP) - Atty. Gen. Joe Purcell challenged Gov. Winthrop Rockefeller Wednesday "to assert political leadership that is so badly needed" and include legislation in his May special session of the legislature to clear up state liquor laws, Purcell said it was "high time that the nit-picking over our liquor laws, which to some extent are ambiguous, overlapping and nondefinitive, be stopped." "Gov. Rockefeller refers to the hypocirsy of the situation and just as repeatedly refuses to present the matter to the General Assembly in conformity with his announced wished prior to the last special session," Purcell said. The General Assembly is "the only forum to properly deal with the confusion and disorganization which has risen in this field- of the law," Purcell said. The attorney general said Arkansans "are entitled to know Without delay whether or not he has the courage and the political leadership to act in this area which is of such great concern to the people." Purcell said he hoped to have an opinion written within 30 days on the legality of regulations established Monday by the state Alcoholic Beverage Control Board which would allow clubs to dispense mixed drinks. Mrs. Norma Starr of Little Rock, a justice of the peace, also asked Purcell whether clubs, restaurants or hotels could sell, dispense or serve mixed drinks. Purcell said this envolved three seperate questions and that each would be answered. He questioned, however, whether the ABC really neded answers to some questions it had .submitted to his office last month such as whether alcoholic beverages could be legally dispensed in dry counties. Purcell told the board there wis no legal authority in Arkansas to sell mixed drinks anywhere. tion that American envoys would take in direct contacts with North Vietnamese representatives and reaffirmed that "the U.S. government would continue to consult fully with the Republic of Korea and other allies concerning negotiating developments and positions to be taken on the allied side at each stage." On Korea, the two said: -"Further aggressive actions by the North Korean Communists would constitute a most grave threat to peace," Word of a fresh incident involving a North Korean terrorist attack against the South Korean soldiers arrived while the leaders were meeting here. —Johnson "reaffirmed the readiness and determination of the United States to render prompt and effective assistance to repel armed attacks against the Republic of Korea." er goods for outside markets. Prison officials maintained the- system, bred -extortion, and racketeering and was a means for some prisoners to gain power and control within the inmate population. Bounds said the handicraft production will continue, but only under control and supervision of prison officials. For the past 18 months Bounds' department has been classifying the prison system's 10,000 inmates. The worst offenders and those with the least potential for rehabilitation are collected at Central Prison in Raleigh. Before the riot began some 500 prisoners staged a sit-down strike in the prison yard. Tempers became short with the chilly nigiit and a small building was set afire. By: "Bill" You may or may not be awate of it but "Good Human Relations Week" is coming up. Its purpose is to call attention to the principles and practices that can be employed to bring about better relations and understanding among people everywhere. After the happenings of the last several days, everyone knows well we can stand such a week.. . fact is, if such a program could be achieved for as little as twenty-four hours, it would help. And it just might be the beginning of something. And, in the meantime, we are working away at our own human relations program right here at Raley's Style Shoppe. For one thing, we are having a clearance sale. We did not sell out to the bare walls before Easter. We do have merchandise left and we would love to share it with you. ! Suits and costumes reducedras much as one-third. Wools, knits, all-weather fabrics ... garmehts to be worn now'and later, too. These will be the first to go,"*so come early for a good selection. The next item of importance is the sale of dresses. Just how and where we got so many is more than we know, but we will have fewer after the sale because . . . you will want several at one-third off. Largo group of Millinery reduced one-thir adduced one-third— It is the time of the year to change ... let us help you at ney of Michigan has given clear at the time that po- signs he isn't inclined to reciprocate Rockefeller's support of his own abandoned campaign for the nomination until he is liceiuen should "stoot to kill' arsonists and shoot to "maim or cripple" looters. An aide to the mayor called certain the New York governor Daley's statement Wednesday is In the running. Michigan will "a clarification" of Us earlier cast 48 of the 067 votes needed order. for the nomijiatlon. SHOP AND SAVE AT REPHANS WHITE OR COLORED SIZES 5-8 MOTHERS DAY IS JUST AROUND THE CORNER SO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS FABULOUS SALE _ LADIES DRESSES REGULAR 8.99 7 REGULAR 12.99 REGULAR 9.99 8 9 GET THE FEEL OF SPRING- BUY A NEW DRESS FROM REPHA.NS Valure Towels 1,99 VALUE NOW Handtowe! l.oo VALUE NOW Wash Cloth Me VALUE NOW Rephans - Your Headquarters for Levis! CASUAL SLACKS IN "MR. LEVI" FOR THE MEN. ALSO FOR BOYS. JEANS IN STAPHESS - ALSO THE UKGULAU SHRINKING BLUE LEVI. 1 li^gr»4!ir<i UP «• II •• «| M BEDSPREAD BLACK FOR THE GRADUATE. SHOP NOW!

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