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fl, 1968 , Hflpt (A(HO m pfjnted by ^^ Business-Education Day Winners at Hope High Headquarters 1 # of Morse Confident The Negro Community By Ester Hicks Phone PR7-4G78 or 4474 . THOUGHT FOR THE DAY I truly enjoy no more of the world's good things than what I willingly distribute to the needy. --Seneca. CALENDAR OF EVENTS The Greenwood Spiritual singers of Magnolia, Ark., will sing : at Bethel A.M.E. Church Sunday May 26th, at 7:30 p.m. The public is invited to attend. Rev. J. E. Hughes, Jr., Pastor; Mrs. Georgia Collins, Sponsor. Stewardess Boards 1 and 2 of the Mt. Zion C.M.E. Church will present a program at the church Sunday May 26th, at 3:00 p.m. Rev. W. M. Davis, Pastor of" College Hill Baptist Church, Texarkana will preach. Rev. John W. Dawson, Pastor. ; , OBITUARY ; Funeral services for Ulysses ..Palmore, who passed away in a ,.; local hospital May 17, 1968, will 'be held at' the Saint Rest Methodist Church, Homer, Louisiana, Wednesday May 22nd, at 2:30 p.m. Survivors include: his wife, Mrs. Elzadie Palmore; one son, .Clarence Palmore of Monticello, Arkansas; two brothers and two sisters of Homer, Louisiana. Strike Closes Folies Bergeres PARIS (AP) - Many of the best known theaters in Paris, including the Folies Bergeres, were shut by strikes Monday. A spokesman at the Folies Ber- geres said he refunded ticket money when his staff was reduced because of the strike. Hockey Players to Trial for Stanky Is Surly, Sullen as Usual - B. N. Holt photo with Star Camera Misses Susan McCain, Carla Turner and Juneanne Reynolds were declared the winners of $25.00 Savings Bonds by the Business Education Day committee and awards were made at a special assembly of the Junior By GORDON BEARD - - Associated Press Sports Writer Class. BALTIMORE (AP)- Success These awards were made for - or failure- won't spoil Eddie the best reports turned in to the Stanky. committee after a day of visita- The Chicago White Sox man- fion with "Hope Industries and ager made his first appearance Banks by the clafs andtheh of the 1968 season in Baltimore sponsors. "~~ J ' '' • . ^ 5thowed he Business-Education days were i touch. He was as sponsored by " " the Howard Is Welcomed But Can't Hit WASHINGTON (AP) - Frank . Howard's first game before the cheering hometown fans after • Jiis record homer binge wasn't ' "one he's likely to long treasure —but he won't soon forget the treasury he took homo afterwards. 'I Before some 9, 000 Washington 'Senator fans wtio gave him a lusty, minute-long ovation— wildly applauding his historic feat of 10 homo runs in six .games— Howard was hit by a pitch in the first inning. The next three times at bat, the mammoth slugger fanned. •" But any disappointment the 6 LOS ANGELES (AP) - Former Coach Hector "Toe" Blake of the Montreal Canadiens and one of his players were ordered Monday to stand trial on charges they assaulted a fan with a hockey stick at a National Hockey League game last fall. Blake, 55, and Claude Provost, 34, were ordered by Municipal Court Judge Vaino Spencer to appear in Superior Court June 3. Blake and Provost are accused of hitting Bernard Weisman, 39, of Northridge, Calif., last Nov. 19 during a game between the Canadiens and the Los Angeles Kings won by the Kings 4-2. At a preliminary hearing, Weisman testified he had been arguing with Blake from his rinkside seat when Blake motioned him to come near the players' bench. Weisman said he went to the bench and "the last thing I remember is being hit on top of the head with a hockey stick." He said he received a gash requiring more than 20 stitches. foot 7, 270-pounder felt at his performance in the Senators' 6-1 shellacking by the ew York Yankees was quickly erased when he reached the clubhouse at game's end. Waiting for him with a new contract was Washington General Manager George Selkirk. Although its figures weren't announced, it was believed the pact raised Howard's pay to about $56,000—or about $7,000 more than the one he signed last spring. Alexander the Great is said to have introduced shaving into Greece. go 2-1, Stanky failed to take a postgame walk in the outfield- swinging a bat- as he did when the White Sox lost 10 straight to open the season. But neither was Stanky overjoyed by Chicago's recent 10-4 streak which has projected the White Sox back into the American League chase, only three games below the .500 mark. "Your club's been going good lately," a sports writer commented. "Who said so?" Stanky snapped. "All you have to do is read the papers to see that," was the reply. "You don't believe what you read in the papers, do you?" A strained silence and then a question from another writer about Stanley's brief but volatile complaint registered with plate umpire Bill Kinnamon in the eighth while Chicago's Tommy Davis was at bat. "What did you say to the umpire?" "I told him what a great game he was umpiring." More small talk only irritated Stanky. "The winning clubhouse is over there," he snarled. "Ihave nothing to say, as usual." Vows to Get Mutt Jones' Bootlegger "It's a good thing the top/ess dancer at Stanford isn't running in the California primary!" LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Several members of the Arkansas General Assembly were aroused Monday at a remark they heard Gov. Winthrop Rockefeller had made. The lawmakers went to the Capitol press room to get copies of the remark the governor made at a news conference when he was asked about the possibility of the legislature playing politics with a proposed mixed drink bill, Here is the governor's remark as transcribed from a tape recorder: "It's all right by me, but, Goddamn it, I'll guarantee you one thing, and that is I'll close everyone of the clubs and I'll arrest Mutt Jones' bootlegger, and, if he doesn't think I know who lie is, he's wrong," Scholarship for Indians AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) - A 25-year-old Penobscot Indian woman las become the first Eastern Indian accepted in a New Mexico special scholarship program in law for American Indians. Maine's Department of Indian Affairs aimounced Monday that Donna Byers of Indian Island, Old Town, will attend a pre-law seminar starting June 17 at the University of New Mexico. After the summer program, Miss Byers hopes to enroll in the University of Maine law school in Portland and specialize in Maine Indian law. She is a 1965 graduate of the University of Maine. All Criminal Cases Entitled to Jury Trial By BARRY SCHWEID Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON (AP) - Defendants In all but "petty" criminal cases are entitled to the chance to be tried by juries, a precedent-shattering Supreme Court has ruled. "Trial by jury in criminal cases is fundamental to the American- scheme of justice,"Justice Byron R. White said in the 7-2 decision Monday. The ruling, one of several expanding the rights of criminal defendants, made the jury trial guarantee of the Sixth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution binding on the states. At the same time, again by a 7-2 vote, the court erased the distinction between criminal contempt and other crimes and put "serious" contempt cases under the jury-trial rule. The justices were not explicit in drawing a line between what it considered "serious" and what it considered "petty" cases. However, crimes carrying a two-year sentence were put In the "serious" category and those of six-months were viewed as "petty," meaning bench trials are still permissible. The dissenters, Justices John M. Harlan and Potter Stewart, objected to use of the 14th Amendment's due process clause to promote uniformity among the states. "Quite without reason," they said, "the court has chosen to impose upon every state one means of trying criminal cases; it is a good means, but it is not the only fair means, and it is not demonstrably better than the alternatives states might devise." In two other decisions, meanwhile, the court junked longstanding decisions. It said a man cannot be tried fairly if the jury hears a codefendant's confession incrimlnation him. And it said prisoners do not have to complete their sentences before testing additional sentences that await them. The expansion of rights and the break with the past appeared particularly dramatic because the Senate takes up today legislation to curb the court that is rooted, essentially, on just such actions. Along with the criminal law decisions, the court opened shopping centers to mass picketing, gave illegitimate children equal treatment under the law and set the stage for consideration next fall of the speeded induction of Vietnam war protesters. Suburban shopping centers, the court ruled 6 to 3, cannot be declared off-limits to peaceful pickets "wishing to exercise their First Amendment rights." Transportation and water power are the two chiot' purposes of the St. Lawrence Seaway. By GORDON G. MACNAB Associated Press Writer PORTLAND, Ore, (AP) - An air of wary confidence hangs over the headquarters of Sen* Wayne Morse, one of the Sen* ate's most fierce critics of the Vietnam war, as he seeks re« nomination in Oregon's May 28 Democratic primary. His leading opponent is Rob* ert B. Duncan, a Johnson administration defender, who is waging a vigorous campaign but one which some of those close to him admit privately is not moving well. Seven months ago, the situation looked very different. A major poll taken in October — the results became known only recently— showed Duncan with 51.1 per cent of the Democrats and Morse with 39,8. But then Morse went to work. He ranged all over the state, mending fences, renewing ties he knew he could count on and greeting voters just about everywhere. In March, the same pollsters took another reading. This time Morse was in front, 49.4 to 39,9. A fresh poll in the area around Portland, where one-third of the state's Democrats live, showed that as of May 5 Morse was continuing to gain. Duncan, 47, was the Democratic nominee in a close but unsuccessful race two years ago with another Vietnam critic, Republican Sen. Mark 0. Hatfield. In that contest, Vietnam was a key issue. But this time, with President Johnson out of the running and peace talks under way in Paris, the war is no longer central. One of the personable young Duncan's problems is finding a key issue on which to best Morse, 67, a senator for 23 years and a campaigner of unquestioned brilliance. Duncan no longer emphasizes the war as an issue but instead has focused on local topics, the national problem of civil disorders and on Morse the man. Morse's frequent talks in all parts of Oregon have been low- key discussions of his record and of problems he says he still wants to help Oregon and the nation solve. Weather Experiment Station report for 24- hour s ending at 7 a.nr> 0 Tuesday, High 75, Low 45, trace of precipitation. Forecast ARKANSAS - Cloudy to partly cloudy through Wednesday, Widely scattered showers or thundershowers tonight mainly in the west half. Showers increasing and spreading over much of state Wednesday. Chance of a few showers late this afternoon mainly northwest portion. Low tonight upper 40s to low 50s. Little change in temperature tonight but a little warmer Wednesday. Weather Elsewhere By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Albany, cloudy 59 46 Albuquerque, clear 85 50 Atlanta, clear 71 48 Bismarck, clear 56 31 Boise, clear 75 50 Boston, cloudy 56 49 Buffalo, cloudy 61 44 Chicago, clear 60 44 Cincinnati, clear 67 43 Cleveland, cloudy 61 47 n enver, cloudy GO 41 Des Moines, clear 62 39 Detroit, clear 65 49 Fairbanks, cloudy 70 43 Fort Worth, cloudy 78 58 Helena, clear 67 40 Honolulu, cloudy 88 77 Indianapolis, clear 62 42 Jacksonville, cloudy 86 58 Juneau, rain 63 47 Kansas City, clear 64 40 Los Angeles, cloudy 78 60 Louisville, clear 66 46 Memphis, cloudy 70 55 Miami, cloudy 86 74 Milwaukee, clear 57 47 Mpls.-St. P., cloudy 64 41 New Orleans, clear 81 60 New York, clear 62 50 Omaha, cloudy 58 37 Phila, clour 62 46 Phoenix, clear 102 66 Pittsburgh, cloudy 59 43 Ptlnd, Me. clear 46 38 Ptlnd, Ore., cloudy 64 49 Rapid City, clear 60 34 Richmond, clear 73 46 St. Louis, clear 66 49 Salt Lk. City, clear 82 51 San Die-go, cloudy 73 60 San Fran., clear 64 55 Seattle, cloudy 65 50 Tampa, cloudy 89 71 Washington, clear 69 50 Winnipeg, clear 58 30 Twlni flick Together fttVfiHSttJfi,. Cftilf. (AP) Donald and Wallace Bfithinee, i9*year*old twins at the Uftivef* stty of California at Ritrefside, have been elected to Phi Beta Kappa, the national academic honor society. They'll graduate in June after three years, to 1965 they were co*valedtctorians at nearby Fontana High School. State Guard to Jake in 400 Hew Men Calumet Has Two Winners at Belmont six NEW yoms CAP) Farm, whose PortaM won the Pfeakness by lengths and the Kentucky Derby on the dlsijuaiifleaHon of Dane* er's Image, figured in twd lit sts at the opening of the new Bel« mont Park face track Monday, The very first race run before the new $30,7 million stand went to calumet's Ever on, a full brother to Forward Pass* In the fifth race. Calumet's Hilarlo became the first horse WARREN PLYLEK LITTLE ROCK (AP) _ Mai, to te disqualified at the new WARREN PLYLER Gen, Charles H, Wilson, the ^ ack » whlch had teen closed Warren Plyler is the new agent adjutant general of Arkansas. . since Oct ' ®* 19 $2. Hilario fin- for farm Bureau Insurance Co, said Monday that authority had ^hed second to WIse toad, but for Hempstead County effective been granted to the Arkansas £ s num ber was taken down by May 7, He formerly was em« Army National Guard to enlist S 6 stewards for interference at Ployed with Retail Credit Co, for 400 persons with no prior mill- "^ head ot the stretch. six years and was transferred tary service. . Tin^.TTV --- T to Mope from Llttle Rock *>ur Wilson said the men would f" 166 196S u had te f n difficult years ago, He is married and enlist in the selected reserve fora ? &* s ™ *° f" 11 * 1 > toe [ lves ^h his Wife, Helen, and force units, Wilson said that saar ° wlthout havln e had P rfor tebv daughter at 311 North Mar- service. garet St, , Television Schedule TUESDAY. MAY 21 6:30 8:00 9:00 lOiOO 10:30 12:00 6:30(Color) 7:30(Color) 8:30(Color) 9:00(Color) 10:00(Color) 10:30(Color) 12-.OOM WEDNESDAY. MAY GARRISON'S GORILLAS IT TAKES A THIEF N. Y. P. D. INVADERS 10 O'CLOCK REPORT JOEY BISHOP SINE OFF 22. THE VIRGINIAN - C KRAFT MUSIC HALL - C RUN FOR YOUR LIFE - C NEWSCOPE - C THE TOMIGHT SHOW - C EVENING DEVOTIONAL 6:45 AM TEST PATTERN 7:00(Color) BOZO'S BIG TOP SHOW 8:30 DIALING FOR DOLLARS THEATRE "Confession" Kay Francis,Ian Hunter 10:00(Color) DICK CAVETT SHOW 11:00 BEWITCHED H:30(Color) TREASURE ISLE 12:00(Color) DREAM HOUSE 12:30(Color) WEDDING PARTY 1:00(Color) NEWLYWED GAME 1:30(Color) BABY GAME l:55(Color) CHILDREN' S DOCTOR 2:00(Color) GENERAL HOSPITAL 2:30(Color) DARK SHADOWS 3:00(Color) DATING GAME 3:30 DIALING FOR DOLLARS THEATRE "The Great McGinty" Brian Donlevy,Muriel Angelus 5:00(Color) ABC NEWS 5:30(Color) 5:30 REPORT 6:00 CALIFCRNIANS 6:30(Color) ABC SPECIAL "The Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau" 7:30(Color) DREAM HOUSE 8:00(Color) WEDNESDAY MOVIE "Prince of Players" Richard Burton,Raymond Massey 10:00(Color) 10 O'CLOCK REPORT 10:30 BIG MOVIE "Of Mice and Men" 12:30 AM SINE OFF TUESDAY, MAY 21 6:30 PM 1 DREAM OP JEANNIE -T 7»00 JERRY LEWIS SHOW 8;00 TUESDAY NIGHT AT THE £JE55 - r™?!* 0 * 6 POWT- 10:00 10:30 TONIGHT"SHOW - ^ 12:00 EVENING DEVOTIONAL WEDNESDAY , MAY 22 6:20 AM MORNING DEVOTIONAL 6:25 TEXARKANA COLLEGE - C 6:45 RFD "6" - 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 NRC NEWS - C q :30 CONCENTRATION - C 10:00 PERSONALITY - c 10:30 HOLLYWOOD SQUARES * C 11:00 JEOPARDY - C 11:30 EYE GUESS - C 12:00 TV PARTYLINE (COUNTRY MUSIC) 12:30 LET'S MAKE A DEAL - C 1:00 DAYS OF OUR LIVES - C 1:30 THE DOCTORS - C 2:00 ANOTHER WORLD - C 2:30 YOU DON'T SAY - C 3:25 LAFFALOT CLUB - C 4:30 HAVE GUN, WILL TRAVEL - C 5:oo MARSHAL DILLON 5:30 HUNTLEY-BRINKLBY REPORT-C 6:00 NEWSCOPE - c KATV TUESDAY. MAY 21 6:30 7:30 S:30 9:00 10:00 10:15 10:20 10:30 Garrison's Gorillas - ABC It Takes A Thief - ABC (C) N.Y.P.D. - ABC (C) The Invaders - ABC (C) Arkansas News and Weather World News (C) Bud Campbell Sports (C) Joey Bishop Show - ABC (C) WEDNESDAY. MAY 22 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 >-30 il:00 11:30 12:30 1:00 l.:30 55 00 30 00 30 00 30 00 6:15 6:20 6:30 7:30 8:00 10:00 10:15 10:20 10:30 Bozo's Big Top Comics (C) THIS MORNING - Live (C) Wanted Dead or Alive Dream House - ABC (New time) The Dick Cavett Show - ABC (Cl Bewitched - ABC THE VIC AMES SHOW - LIVE (C) Wedding Party - ABC (C) Newlywed Game - ABC (C) The Baby Game -'ABC' (.G)'"-J^ The Children's Doctor - ABC General Hospital - ABC (C) Dark Shadows - ABC (C) The Dating Game - ABC (C) Bozo's Bi<? Tof. Comics - Live Bob Young Eveuint? News - ABC Truth or Consequences (C) Arkansas News and Weather (C) World News (C) Bud Campbell Sports (C) THE UNDERSEAS WORLD OF JACQUES YVES COUSTEAU - "SHARKS" Dream House - ABC (C) ABC Wednesday Night Movie "OF MICE AND MEN" (C) George Segal Nicol Williamson Arkansas News and Weather World News (C) Bud Campbell Sports (C) Joey Bishop Show - ABC (C) KSLA-TVGI2 TUESDAY MAY 21 6:30 Daktari 7:30 Red Skelton 8:30 Good Morning World 5:00 CBS News Hour 10:00 News/Erwin 10:40 Weather/Griffin 10:45 The Lieutenant 11:45 Weather/Vespers WEDNESDAY MAY 22 6:25 Economics (Mon-Thur) 6:25 Across The Fence (Fri) 6:55 Your Pastor 7:05 CBS News/Benti 7:30 Bob & His Buddies 8:00 Captain Kangaroo 9:00 Candid Camera 9:30 Beverly Hillbillies 10:00 Andy Of Mayberry 10:30 Dick Van Dyke 11:00 Love Of Life 11:25 CBS News/Benti llj30 Search For Tomorrow 11;45 Guiding Light 12jOO News/Owen J2;30 As The World Turns 1:00 Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 1;30 House Party 2:00 To Tell The Truth 2:25 CBS News/Edwards 2:30 Edge Of Night 3:00 Secret Storm 3:30 The Early Show (see titles below) 5:00 McHaie's Navy 5:30 CBS News/Cronkite 6:00 News/Owen 6:25 Weather/Bolton 6:30 Lost In Space 7:30 Beverly Hillbillies 8:00 Green Acres 8:30 Perry Mason 9:30 Family Affair . 10:00 News/Erwin 10:40 Weather/Griffin 10:45 Dora DeLuise Show 11:45 Sea Hunt 12:15 Weather/Vespers

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