Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on May 14, 1968 · Page 4
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Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 14, 1968
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May 14,1968 I Insists That Hebraska Hot Crucial Sens. Robert F. Kennedy and Eugene J. McCarthy faced their second headon presidential pri* tnary test today in Nebraska- and competed with Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey in -West Virginia for convention ^delegates. : the Kennedy-McCarthy test ;comes a week after their first •primary confrontation in Indi* ;&na and Kennedy said he'd have to win the Nebraska primary to get the Democratic presidential Domination. 2 But McCarthy said Nebraska Mone is not crucial to his cam- $>aign, He said he will stay in the race regardless of the outcome there. • Republican presidential candidate Richard M. Nixon appeared assured of victory. But his camp said write-in votes for New York Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller and the presence of California Gov. Ronald Reagan's name on the ballot could cut heavily into Nixon's total. The West Virginia primary has no presidential candidates but it will select 36 Democratic National Convention delegates 4nd 14 GOP convention delegates. :: Preferences voiced by the Democratic delegate candidates before the voting indicated a largely Humphrey-Kennedy contest. In other political developments : — Rockefeller adviser Leonard Hall said after a private meeting with Reagan at a Western governors conference in Honolulu that he had not suggested Reagan become Rockefeller's vice presidential running mate. Hall said he and Reagan agreed Nixon is not assured of the GOP nomination. — An aide said Rockefeller 'will speak on "peace in Vietnam and the rest of the world" at .Pennsylvania State University Wednesday and meet with ..Pennsylvania GOP convention .delegates to seek their support. .. —San Francisco Mayor Jo- ,§eph L. Alioto, returning home .from a trip to Washington, predicted Humphrey would likely ivin the Democratic presidential nomination on the second or third convention ballot. - NBC news said a survey completed on the eve of the Nebraska primary showed .'Kennedy .leading McCarthy 47 per cent to 22 with a 9 per cent write-in vote for Humphrey. NBC said the survey of about 350 people indicated Kennedy would get more than 50 per cent if the undecided vote were divided. ...• Humphrey appeared likely to win a big share of Nebraska's 30 convention delegates. The primary will select 28. Nebraska's two Democratic national committee members are automatic delegates and they favor Humphrey. ... Nixon was expected to cap- jure most of the 16 Republican delegate votes at stake. The conservative hopes Nixon aides were expressing over his likely Nebraska showing were not shared by other observers. Republican Gov. Norbert T. Tle- mann predicted Nixon would win by 70 per cent. The major interest in West Virginia was on delegate selec- Hon and the gubernatorial race. Incumbent Gov. Hulett C. Smith cannot succeed himself. '.'.'The chief Democratic con- fenders are Atty. Gen. C, Donald Robertson; James M. Sprouse, state Democratic chairman, and Paul J. Kauf- fhan, a state senator from Charleston. ''The major Republican candidates are former Gov. Cecil H. tfoderwood and six-term U.S. •Rep. Arch A. Moore Jr. , Republican delegate candidates who announced their preference before the voting fa- Vpred Nixon over Rockefeller by a margin of more Uian 2 to 1. Finds Ring After 12 Years WICHITA, Kan. (AP) - Donald Brown lost his wedding ring in 1956 and it was returned to Wm Thursday after a 12-year railroad tour of western United States. Brown, a clerk for the Santa Fe Railway, said this apparently happened: . The ring slipped off into newspaper packing for an office machine he shipped to Topeka, Kan., where all the road's repair work is done. Apparently the same crate with original Peking was used to ship machines to and from company offices, including Chicago; San Francisco; Loss Angeles; Galveston, Tex., and others. Tuesday, a company employe in Topeka discovered the ring, with initials D.A.B. He used payroll lists and cliecked persons with those initials. Brown responded .and the ring was nulled to him. HOPE (ARK) STAR, Printed by Offset May Days Are Pay Days at Club WEBB LASETER .-* — Velora Bright photo with Star camera Program Committee: Mrs. Virginia Hosmer, MrsVAl Parks' stud' Mi's. Eva Reynersoni Transplant's Condition Is Serious By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The condition of one of the world's five surviving heart transplant patients—ear Her reported Improving—lias turned from serious to grave, and hospital personnel remained at his bedside today in Houston, Tex. The other four heart recipients all were reported in good shape, although doctors gave little further Information on the latest patient, a Dominican priest operated on Sunday in Paris. Clerical sources said the Rev. Charles Boulogne had been unable to work or write for the last year and liad pleaded for a transplant. Doctors at St. Luke's Episcopal Hospital in Houston said the condition of John Stuckwish, 62, of Alpine, Tex., became grave Monday afternoon. The doctors have said Stuckwish, a hospital administrator, was dying when he received last Tuesday the heart of Clarence Nicks, 32, a Houston welder fatally injured in a tavern fight April 23. The hospital said Stuckwish's condition became critical last Thursday but improved Friday and on Sunday was serious but improving. A team headed by Dr. Denton A. Cooley performed three transplants in one week at St. Luke's. One patient died within three days, but Everett C. Thomas, 48, a Phoenix, Ariz., accountant, is able to walk and turn himself in bed without assistance 11 days after Ids operation. In Paris, the brevity of official reports on Father Boulogne's operation apparently stems from criticism by the French Order of Physicians of the publicity s u r r o u n d i n g France's first heart transplant. The operation on the priest was the third in France and the 14th in the world. Dr. Charles Dubost, chief of the team that operated on Father Boulogne, refused to see newsmen. Father Boulogne received the heart of a 39-year-oW man who died of a cerebral hemorrhage Friday. The organ had been kept alive with an artificial blood supply. In Ixjndoii, Frederick West, 45, was reported "making good progress" with the heart lie received 11 days ago. Speeder Just Loses Temper RICHMOND, Ind. (AP) John Coble, 17, lost his temper when police stopped Mm for speeding March 12. Coble tore up the speeding ticket and threw it to the pavement. Coble appeared before City Court Judge Robert G. Burton Monday and was fined $12 for speeding—and $25 for dump- Ing rubbish on the highway. Bale of Red Tape Hits Gl on Return SAN FRANCISCO (AP} that's the way it Is, man. You do your time in Vietnam, and when you get home you run into a bale of red tape. Cpl. Jack A. S. Le, a tobacco- chewing burro beloved by the U.S. Army's 595th Engineering Company formerly based at Ft. Riley, Kan., arrived here Monday night by air freight from duty in Vietnam, Cpl. Le, renowned for his prowess at picking up— and eating—cigarette butts, was unable to follow his outfit back when it returned last February. But when he did touch down here in a Trans World Airlines freighter, did Cpl. Le-Le stands for light equipment—get a hero's welcome? There were a few newsmen around as he was uncrated. But do you call getting your temperature taken, getting your feet washed and giving up a blood sample a hero's welcome? And if the blood sample lias to be flown to the Department of Agriculture's laboratory at Beltsvllle, Md., to see if you picked up anything dreadful in Vietnam, do you call that red catpet treatment? Cpl. Le apparently thought not. He bucked and brayed a bit, but what can yo do? Two Army captains and a veterinarian were fussing over him, and he seemed glad enough when they put lilm In the animal shelter at International Airport until his blood sample Is analyzed. With him went his service folder—serial No. MB5595595-and computer carci, TWA reserved space for him on a flight to Kansas City Wednesday. Cpl. Le grew up with his outfit at Ft. Rlley and moved with It Samudio to Get the Nod in Panama By ROBERT BERRELLEZ Associated Press Writer PANAMA (AP) - Panama's electoral tribunal today was reported preparing an announcement that government candidate David Samudio has won the presidency by a small margin. It might bring violence from the opposition. The tribunal, controlled by the government, made no announcement of partial returns amid unofficial reports that the opposition candidate, ex-president Arnulfo Arias, 67, was ahead. It was understood that the tribunal would announce Samudio had won by about 6,000 votes of an estimated 350,000 cast Sunday. No results would be given, the tribunal had said, until street violence that raged Monday subsided. At least two persons were killed and more than five wounded as rival political factions battled with guns and rocks. The official coalition's unofficial tabulation, announced by a radio station Monday night, gave the 57-year-old Samudio a 3,700-vote edge with 128,820 votes to Arias' 125,1181n returns from 935 of the 1,389 voting districts. Samudio, an architectural and construction engineer, was finance minister under outgoing President Marco A. Robles. When Robles gave Ills backing to Samudio, opposition forces charged the president with violating a constitutional clause against a president's engaging In political activity. The opposition-dominated National Assembly convicted Robles in impeachment proceedings in March, but the National Guard kept Mm In office until the Supreme Court reversed the assembly. to Vietnam more than a year ago. He was one of the few who wasn't seasick on the boat trip over, according to Ms old commanding officer, Maj. Harry D. Orbison. When Cpl. Le makes It back to Ft. Riley, Orbison plans to attach Mm to Ms new outfit, the 138th Engineer Group, and promote Mm to buck sergeant. Spending Cut Tacked Onto ToxHiki WASHINGTON (AP) -. Rugged House opposition awaits a compfdfnlse measure C8fnbin» ing President Johnson's proposed income fax hike with a mandatory $6 billion spending slash. S6nate*House conferees sailed down Thursday a version tack* ing the spending cut demand onto the 10 pet- cent income tax surcharge Johnson has sought since last August, te most respetti,. the coin. iHfis!! ftffwil t9 the Bill {fts&in earltw fty the Senate. n%f% has " fiflNHtift•- " If-even with a teto H it U handlers of the legislation said If probably won't be brought to a Mouse ftfe next week. They cited the time required let fife* pare a report on the complicated bill. Bat it was evident the delay also is planned for careful head counts and persuasion af untie- elded members, A major factor is Johnson's attitude. He faces the choice of blessing the measure because it contains the revenue he says is desperately needed, or fighting ^bilHcfl more ten Ow figure he retocdntly agreed was acceptable and he has said ft cut of this depth would fet against the national Interest, Johnson himself has mi commented on tftg conferees' deei* sloti. But a White House spokesman saw he did m jutet whether the President woofd ap. prove the bill If It is passed, Observers noted a majority of senators who come up for reelection this year voted against the measure. All House Seats are up for election this year, Television Schedule . Since "May Days Are Pay 'Days" in the Hope B&PW Club with dues paying the object of the slogan, this was the theme of the dinner meeting Thursday, May 9 at the Diamond. Clever table decorations included Money Trees with pennies hanging from the limbs, fake dollar bills, and a large dollar sign. In recognition of American Music Week, vocal soloist, Mrs. Haskell Jones, and piano accompanist, Mrs. Arthur Wlmmell, presented 3 Broadway show tunes, "Wunderbar" by Cole Porter, "I Loved You Once in Silence" by Lerner andLoewe,and "Happy Talk" by Rogers and Hammerstein. Program chairman Virginia Hosmer introduced Webb Laseter of the Credit Bureau of Hempstead County, who brought a film on the purpose and operation of a Credit Bureau. Through it, the club learned "Good credit makes you a credit to your community," Clay Lehman assisted in projecting the film, and other guests at the meeting were Mary Louise Copeland, Mrs. N. E.Slminonsof Alexandria, La., and Mrs. WU- liam Oglesby. The committee for arrangements included Ewa Reynerson, Margaret Park, and Marjorie Rogers. WR Briefed on Track Stockholders LITTLE ROCK (AP) - GOV, Winthrop Rockefeller has been briefed on a Revenue Department report on some of the major out-of-state stockholders In the Southland Racing Corp. at West Memphis, Revenue Commissioner B. Bryan Larey said Monday. Larey said he would present the confidential report to the governor sometime today. Concern over stockholders in the company was voiced in the Arkansas Legislative Council last week by lawmakers from the West Memphis area. State Sen. Clarence Bell of Parkin said a New York "snydi- cate" was attempting to take over control of the dog racing track. He asked the council to investigate the matter and also to ask Rockefeller to include the greyhound racing franchise laws in lu's call for a special session scheduled to start Monday. wtv TUESDAY. MAY U 6:00 UNION PACIFIC 6:30(Color) GARRISON'S GORILLAS 7:30(Color) If TAKES A THIEF 8:30(Color) N. Y. P. D. 9:00(Color) INVADERS 10:00(Color) 10 O'CLOCK REPORT 10:30(Color) NEBRASKA PRIMARY 10:45(Color) JOEY BISHOP 12:OOM SINE OFF WEDNESDAY. MAY IS (v43 AM TEST PATTERN ~ OO(Color) BOZO'S BIG TOP SHOW 8-30 DIALING FOR DOLLARS THEATRE "Cal 1 It A Day" Olivia DeHavilland, Ian Hunter 10:00(Color) DICK CAVETT SHOW 11:00 BEWITCHED ll:30(Color) TREASURE ISLE 12:00(Color) DREAM HOUSE 12:30(Color) WEDDING PARTY 1:00 (Co lor) l:30(Color) 1: 55(Color) 2:'00(ColoV)' 2:30(Color) 3:00(Color) 3:30 NEWLYWED GAME BABY GAME CHILDREN'S DOCTOR GENERAL HOSPITAL DARK SHADOWS DATING GAME DIALING FOR DOLLARS THEATRE "Shield for Murder" Edmond O'Brien,John Agar 5:00(Color) ABC NEWS 5:30(Color) 5: 30 REPORT 6:00 CALIFORNIANS 6:30(Color) AVENGERS 7:30(Color) DREAM HOUSE S.-OO(Color) WEDNESDAY MOVIE "Pal Joey" Frank Sinatra, Rita Haywortl. 10:00(Color) 10 O'CLOCK REPORT 10:30 BIG MOVIE "The Bedford Incident" 12:30 AM SINE OFF TUESDAY , MAY 14 6;30 PM I DR£AM OF JEANNIE - C 7:00 RIG CATS, LITTLE CATS-C 8:00 TUESDAY NIGHT AT THE MOVIES - "MCHALE'S NAVY" - Ernest Borgnine 10;00 NEWSCOPE 10{30 TONIGHT SHOW - C 12:00 EVENING DEVOTIONAL WEDNESDAY, MAY 15 6{20 AM MORNING DEVOTIONAL 6:25 TEXARKANA COLLEGE - C 6:45 FARM DIGEST - C 7:00 TODAY SHOW , c 7:25 TODAY IN TEXARKANA - C 7:30 TODAY SHOW - C 8:25 TODAY IN SHREVEPORT - C 8:30 TODAY SHOW - C 9:00 SNAP JUDGMENT - C 9:25 NBC NEWS - C 9:30 CONCENTRATION - C 10500 PERSONALITY - C 10:30 HOLLYWOOD SQUARES - C 11:00 JEOPARDY - C 11:30 EYE GUESS - C 12:00 N TV PARTYLINE 1COUNTRY MUSIC) 12:30 PM LET'S MAKE A DEAL - C 1:00 DAYS OF OUR LIVES - C 1:30 THE DOCTORS - C 2:00 ANOTHER WORLD - C 2s30 YOU DON'T SAY - C 3:00 THE MATCH GAME - C 3:25 LAFTALOT CLUB - C 4:30 HAVE GUN, WILL TRAVSL-C 5:00 MARSHAL DILLON - B ( W 5:30 HUNTLEY BRINKLE* REPORT 6:00 NEWSCOPE - C 6t 30 PM TUB VIRGINIAN - C 8tOO KRAFT MUSIS HALL 9tOO RON FOR YOUR LlfE - C losoo NfiwsddpE 10:30 THE TONiGHf SHOW - C 12:00 EVENING DEVOTIONAL KATV MAY u 6:30 Garrison's Gorillas -ABC (c; 7:30 It Takes A Thief - ABC (C) 8:30 N.Y.P.D. - ABC (C) 9:00 The Invaders - ABC (C) • 10:00 Arkansas News and Weather 1C), 10:15 World News (C) 10:20 Bud Campbell Sports (C) 10:30 Nebraska Primary - ABC (C) 10:45 Joey Bishop Show - ABC (C) 7:30 8:30 9:00 9:30 11:00 11:30 12:00 1: 1: 1: 2: 2: 3: :00 :30 :55 :00 :30 :00 3:30 5:00 5:30 6:00 6:15 6:20 6:30 7:30 8:00 10:00 10:15 10:20 10:30 WEDNESDAY. MAY 15 Bozo's Big Top Comics (C) Dream House - ABC Wedding Party - ABC The Dick Cavett Show - ABC Bewitched - ABC Treasure Isle - ABC (C) The Noon Show - Live (C) Newlywed Game - ABC (C) The Baby Game - ABC (C) The Children's Doctor - ABC General Hospital - ABC (C) Dark Shadows - ABC (C) The Dating Game - ABC (C)' ^. -« Bob Young Evening""News V ABC' ->-'•' Truth or Consequences (C) r Arkansas News and Weather (C) World News (C) '.; Bud Campbell Sports (C) ., : The Avengers - ABC (C) Dream House - ABC (C) ] ABC Wednesday Night Movie "THE BEDFORD INCIDENT" Arkansas News and Weather (C) World News (C) Bud Campbell Sports (C) V* Joey Bishop Show - ABC (C) KSLA-TVQI2 TUESDAY MAY 14 6:30 Daktari 7s 30 Red Skelton 8:30 Good Morning World 9:00 * Channel 12 Reports: The 1968 Legislature 9:30 * CBS News Hour 10:00 News/Erwln 10:40 Weather/Griffin 10:45 He 6< She 11:15 The Lieutenant 12:15 Weather/Vespers WEDNESDAY MAY 15 6:25 6:25 6:55 7:05 7 i 30 8:00 9:00 9:30 10:00 1Q»3Q lljQO lit 25 11(30 ill 45 12; 00 12:30 1 5 00 U30 2»00 2 i 25 2 i 30 3:00 3»30 5:00 5:30 6:00 6:25 6 $30 7:30 8:00 8:30 10 $ 00 10:4,0 10:45 12:15 Economics (Mon-Thur,) Across The Fence (Fri) Your Pastor CBS News/Benti Bob & His Buddies Captain Kangaroo Candid Camera Beverly Hillbillies Andy Of Mayberry Dick Van Dyk* Love Of Life CBS News/Benti Search For Tomorrow Guiding Light News /Owen As The World Turns Love Is A Many Splendorecj Thing House Party To TeU The Truth CBS News /Ed wards Edge Of Night Secret Stprm Th,i gariy Show McHaie's Navy CBS News/QronkU* News /Owen Weather/Boiton * Perry Mason Beverly Green Acres * CBS Playhouse » «StCfsti» * The Ute On G, Ladd i

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