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April 22, 1968

Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 10

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LONG ARM OP THE LAW extends electronically to the Texas Gulf Freeway near Houston. Here is one of 14 closed-circuit television cameras watching traffic heading downtown. The cameras, monitored by police and linked to control devices, help speed the flow of vehicles during rush hours and emergencies. The recently installed system is the first of its type in the country. More Bad Weather in Arkansas By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Wide areas of Arkansas again were placed under tornado watches this morning by the U.S. Weather Bureau after one tornado was reported at. Gillam In northern Sevier County, Police said they had no report of damage and apparently the twister did not touch down. A group of school children reported hearing a giant roar but officers said no one there saw a funnel. The watch is in effect from 11 a;m. until 5 p.m. today. A few severe thunderstorms with large hail and locally damaging winds also were forecast. The bureau said the greatest treat of tornadoes and severe thunderstorms is in an area algng and, 70 miles either sjde of a line from Mineral Wells, Tex., to little Rock. These counties were included in the watch: Franklin, Johnson, Logan, Polk, Pope, Scott, Sebastian, Pike, Sevier, Van Buren, Conway, Faulkner, Garland, Grant, Hot Spring, Perry, Pulaski, Saline, Drew, Jefferson, Lincoln, Bradley, Calhoun, Clark, Cleveland, Columbia, Dallas, Nevada, Ouachita and Union. A low pressure system deepening over th* western states today is continuing 'to dump cooler air against gulf currents, causing cool temperatures and abundant rain in Arkansas. Rainfall around the state ranged up to .53 inches at El Dorado. All points in the state reported rain in the 24-hour period ending at 6 a.m. today. Low temperatures reported around the state this morning ranged from 54 degrees at Harrison to 62 at Texarkana, Slav Crushed by American HOUSTON (AP) - Cliff Rich, ey of San Angelo, Tex., No. 3 U.S. amateur, crushed Yugosla- ENEMY MAY (from page one) been carrying on the biggest offensive of the war, Operation Complete Victory, to root out enemy forces in the 3rd Corps Area. to the air war against North Vietnam, American fighter bombers returned in force to the skies over the southern panhandle Sunday, flying 151 missions. The deepest penetration was by Navy fliers from the carrier Bon Homme Richard. They hit four trucks along a highway 22 miles north northwest of coastal Vinh. The target was 168 miles north of the demilitarized zone and two miles south of the 19th parallel, the northern limit for the bombing set by President Johnson. The resurgence of U.S. air power was facilitated by a break in the monsoon weather, which on Saturday limited the number of air ^missions to 94. But the monsoon has begun to break and Sunday there were "light to broken clouds," the U.S. Command said. The 151 missions was the second highest total of the year, approaching the 160 flown on Friday, before the clouds settled in again. Navy, Air Force and Marine pilots reported hits on com muni- cations lines, artillery sites and a radar installation. They also reported igniting three fuel dump fires and setting off numerous secondary explosions. to South Vietnam, U.S. Marines on a sweep a mile south of the Khe Sanh combat base Sunday marie contact with an estimated company of North Vietnamese holed up in bunkers. The Marines attacked the fortified position and called in artillery support from Khe Sanh. The Leathernecks said the North Vietnamese pulled out, leaving 21 bodies in the bunkers. One Marine was killed and 20 wounded. via's Boro Jovanovic 6-4,6-1,6-0 Sunday to return the River Caks Tennis Championship to the United States for the first time since 1960. allyoucanbe. National Library Week April 21-27,1968 Obituaries CLEVELAND (Af>) - Zyg« ftiunt ZakfZeWskl, §8, national president of the Alliance of Poles 1ft America for 22 years, died Sunday,, Zakffcewskl joined the Polish alliance In 1931 and served as director and treasurer before becoming president, NEW YOftK (AP)- Kudolph Dirks, 91, German-born cartoon- 1st and originator of the "Kata* enjanirner Kids" comic strip, which is considered the oldest in the country, died Saturday, Dirks created the Katzenjam* mer brothers, Hans and fritz, in 1897 for the Hearst newspapers, The comic strip, which his son, John, said he would continue, Is currently syndicated to about 100 papers, ROME (AP} — Former Queen Soraya of Afghanistan, wife of the late King Aman Ullah who abdicated In 1929 following a tribal uprising, died in her Rome exile residence Saturday, She was in her 60s. Her husband, who reigned over Afghanistan for 10 years, died in Zurich in April, 1960. HOLLYWOOD (AP) - Martin M. Melcher, 52, third husband of actress Doris Day, who helped her to film stardom, died Saturday following a stroke. Melcher, married to Miss Day for 17 years, was an independent motion picture producer and owner of two music production firms. He produced several of his wife's pictures, including "Pillow Talk" and "The Thrill of It All " TRIVOLI, ni. (AP) - David L. Hughes, 38, general manager since last June of the Toledo, Peoria and Western Railroad, was killed Saturday in the crash of his light plane. OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) Commodore Robert S. Hale, associated with Adm. Hyman George Rickover in developing the nuclear submarine, died Friday of a brain tumor. He was in his 40s. Court Ruling Voids Sale of Hewspaper WASHINGTON (AP)-Th 3 Su- prema Court today ruled the Los Angeles Times must give up three San Bernardino newspapers It bought in 1964 for $15 million....... Last October Federal Judge Warren J Ferguson of California decided the Times Mirror Company's purchase of the Sun Co., in San Bernardino violated the Clayton antitrust law. The Times appealed raising several contentions. The court made no comment on these and said simply Ferguson's decision had been affirmed. The terse ruling added only that Justice John M. Harlan voted to hear the appeal. However, four justices have to consent before such action is taken. Greenwood Rebuilding Underway GREENWOOD, Ark. (AP) _ Greenwood businessmen and residents have begun to regroup and lay plans for rebuilding their city after a killer tornado struck Friday. Thirteen persons were killed by the twister and 270 others injured. Most of the rubble and debris in the downtown section has been bulldozed away. A group of Greenwood businessmen met Sunday with the Western Arkansas Economic Development Association to discuss plans for rebuilding the downtown sections on an overall architectural plan. Association Director Leon Hardin said he and Sebastian County Judge Ben Geren met Sunday with about 30 of the city's business leaders, Hardin said the businessmen wanted an over-all plan for the downtown area rather than have each merchant rebuild as he pleased, Geren, who is also president of the WAED, asked Hardin to move rapidly to provide necessary planning and coordinate plans with tho various federal agencies that will provide money and low»interest, long-term loans. Representatives of the Small Business Administration were In Greenwood today. Geren said the governor's off flee has been asked for federal disaster funds, but the governor's office said today no word has been received on the application yet. All other city projects have been temporarily dropped in order to devote full time to rebuilding. Geren said today that all businesses in town were closed today and that food is having to be brought into the city. Geren said the Red Cross and Salvation Army has set up kitchens to feed the children. HOPE (ARK) STAR, Printed ft 0ff*«t COURT ORDER (From Page 1) Electric manufacturing em- ployes in Buffalo, N.Y., also have walked out. Where Bell System contracts have not expired, such as in AI* abama and. Kentucky, many telephone workers are refusing to cross the picket lines of the Western Electric Installers. The union previously rejected company offers of a 7.5 per cent increase in wages, which now average $3.27 per hour for Western Electric telephone installers and $2,79 for Bell System workers. The company said the union had demanded increases of 10i5 per cent over 18 months. The New Jersey Bell Tele* phone Co* offered a $1,000 re* ward for information on dam» age to about 10 telephone booths, including one riddled by bullets, and also said 62 cables have been slashed since the start of the strike. The walkout began four days earlier in New Jersey, where members of the AFL-CIO International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers struck before the Communications Workers. Union officials in New Jersey protested the firing of four workers accused by the company of misconduct, ONLY NINE (from page one) apportionment to determine who must stand for re-election. The high court disagreed with the GOP contention, saying that the drawing for lots should come on a reapportionment following a federal census every 10 years if a reapportionment is required. The reapportionmsnt that left the election of senators out of balance came under court order. The high court said the constitutional provisions amount to a restriction upon the length of terms of off ice for which some senators are elected and that all senators are aware of it and would have no grounds to complain if their terms were limited to two years through lot drawing after a federal census reapportionment. "But we do not think an additional restriction should be placed on their tenure in the absence of constitutional sanction," wrote Associate Justice Lyle Brown in the unanimous decision. The ruling upheld that on Circuit Judge Warren E. Wood of Little Rock. The high court said there is no occasion for a drawing of lots until at least after the 1970 Monday, April 22,1968 federal census has been taken. "We would also point out that appellants (Republicans) seek a mandatory drawing for 26 senators whereas the constitu* tion requires that 35 senators participate," the court said. The nine senators who must stand for re-election this year are Dorathy Allen of Brinkley, James Lee Bearclen of Leachville, Clarence E. Bell of Parkin, Russell EIrod of Siloam Springs, W. K. "Bill" Ingram of West Memphis, Guy H. "Mutt" Jones of Couway, Cecil M. McNiel of Rector, Knox Nelson of Pine Bluff and Morrell GathriRht of Pine Bluff. 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