Obltuarfos Freedom of Choke Plans Overturned HOPE (ARK) STAR, Printed By Offset Visitors From Germany r te a TMttftanft has* , Ht y® tera Better 14, Gain, He ' was a f &• ^Sorvlwrs incliide a bf other, ShSffflftfi Wilson, f»ecos ( Texas! one sister, Mfs, J, a Cole of Funeral was at 2 p,m, Sunday the tAtlw&r Pttfieral Chapel to Nashville, The officiating min* ister was M,H, Peebles, Burial was to Sardis Cetnetery by Lati* mer Funeral Home, REMMBL YOUNG Rehimel Young, 52, formerly of Hdpe, died Friday at Shawnee. Okla, He was a native of Prescott but had lived in Hope many years. He formerly managed the Saenger Theater here and other movie houses in Fort Smith, At ,the time of his death he was as' sociated with a hotel at Shawnee. He had no immediate sur* i Services will be Tuesday at 10 a.m. at Immanuel Epsicopal ^Church of Shawnee, Arrangements are in charge of Gaskill jFuneral Home, • SEATTLE (AP) - C. Douglass Welch, 61, nationally syndi- "cated humor columnist who Wrote under the name Doug 'Welch, died Sunday at his home. His column was distributed by : King Features Syndicate and ,Was peopled with characters from what he called "my kookie Neighborhood." \ «M,^«« 1 MOSCOW (AP) - Marshal Vasily Kazakov, 70, former icommander of Communist Warsaw Pact Forces, died Saturday, the Soviet news agency Tass reported. BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. i[Ap) — Charles K. Feldman, 63, one of Hollywood's leading independent producers and top talent agent, died Saturday at his home. Among his films were j/'The Group," "The Seven-Year atch," "Casino Royale," f'What's New Pussycat" and r.Walk on the Wild Side." *M . ' .. * _ ....•••.. : g BRIELLE, N.J. (AP) - Mrs. ^Marlon Moon Aldrin, 64, mother •bf astronaut Air Force Lt. Col. :Edwin Aldrin Jr., died Friday. rAldrln was aboard the Gemini r!2 flight, launched In November :1966, during which he remained., Outside his craft in space Some five hours. * I Arkansan Dies • Front Injuries 6y THE ASSOCIATED PRESS : SHREVEPORT, La. (AP) - Qarvey Jack Grain, 47, of El Porado died in a Shreveport hospital Saturday of injuries re- cjeived last Monday in a two-car collision in FJ Dorado. WASHINGTON (AP) - the Supreme Court upset today the "ffeedom of choice" attendance plans of three southern school systems, A unanimous decision said "tf there are reasonably available other ways, such for illustration as zoning, promising speedier and mofe effective conversion to a unitary, non-racial school system, 'freedom of choice' hltist be held unacceptable," the decision further charged letter federal courts with retaining jurisdiction in school segre* gallon cases "so that the goal of a desegregated, non«racially operated school system is rapidly and finally achieved," The ruling disapproved the plans of New Kent County, Va,, JflfllMnn. Tenn., and Gould. Ark., school districts. Justice William J. Bretman Jr. spoke for the court. Recalling that it has been .more than a decade since the Supreme Court declared racial segregation in public schools unconstitutional, Brennan said that in areas where there is segregation "the burden on a school board today is to come forward with a plan that promises realistically to work and promises realistically to work now." He added: "There is no universal answer to complex problems of desegregation; there is obviously no one plan that will do the job in every case. The matter must be assessed in the light of the circumstances present and the options available in each instance." Where federal district courts find school boards acting in good faith and determine that a proposed plan has real prospects for dismantling segregated school systems "at the earliest practicable date," then the plan may be said to be acceptable, Brennan continued. — Hope (Ark.) Star photo Mrs, Jewell Ames of Columbus road is visited by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Heinrich Frommer of Epfenbach, near Heidelberg, Bavaria, Germany. The Frommers arrived by air last Tuesday and will be here until June 10. Nixon Feels Nomination Almost His By JACK BELL AP Political Writer PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) Former Vice President Richard M. Nixon, summing up five months of primary campaign* Ing, says only an unusual com* bination of circumstances can deny him the Republican presidential nomination. Barring some dramatic new development that cannot now be foreseen, Nixon said in an inter- View he is confident he can stand off the thrusts of New York Gov, Nelson A. Rockefeller and California Gov. Ronald Reagan and walk off with the prize on an early ballot at the Miami Beach, Fla., convention. One development which could cloud this optimistic picture, he concedes, would be an unexpected showing by Rockefeller and Reagan in Tuesday's Oregon primary balloting. Nixon has lowered his sights in this last of the major primar* ies for the Republican contenders, maintaining that 55 per cent of the GOP vote will be a satisfactory victory, He has been averaging around 70 per cent in other primaries, where the combined Rockefeller "Reagan threat has not been serious, If he wins in Oregon and adds South Dakota's 14 convention votes in a June 4 primary without further campaigning there, Nixon thinks he will have established a commanding lead in the nomination contest. Nixon thinks that it might be possible for Rockefeller and Reagan to put together a combination with the favorite sons that could stall his convention bandwagon. Nixon said if there ever was a chance that the Republican governors would swing their combined weight behind Rockefeller it has evaporated. The GOP governors will meet in Tulsa, Okla,, June 14-15 to draft proposed convention platform planks and discuss candidates. "I will have more governors supporting me than backing Rockefeller," he predicted. M0 27,1911 WAYNE NORVELL ., ; Winner of the Andersdrt- Frazier Insurance Agency Gqttd Citizenship Award for I968 : is Wayne 0. Norvell of Hope High School, Wayne is a 1968 grid, uate and while at Hope High was active in football, basketball, apd track. He served as President of the National Honor Society and was a member of the Key Club, Spanish Club, Future Teachers and Mu Alpha Theta. River Gives Up Body of Man MARKED TREE, Ark. (AP) — The body of Larry Bratton, 17, of Marked Tree was recovered from the St. Francis River at Marked Tree Saturday about 100 feet from where he drowned Thursday. Malvern Man Shot to Death MALVERN, Ark. (AP) - Police Chief Roy Traywick said Sunday that Lecie May Grant, 32, of Malvern, was shot to death here Saturday night. He said a 61-year-old man gave officers the alleged weapon used in the shooting and turned himself in. S.W. TEEN from Page One TV, Fort Smith. Vic Ames, popular entertainer and recording star, will be mas- Labor Favors Tax Proposals UTTLE KOCK (AP)-3. Bill Becker, president of the Arkansas State AFL-CIO, said Sunday night that labor had no objections to the tax proposals placed before the special legislative session by Gov. Winthrop Rockefeller. The governor has three bills before the session asking for increases in tobacco taxes. "I think they are minimums," Becker said. "I think they are directed at the right items." ter of ceremonies for the finals which will be held in conjunction with the Arkansas Dairy Princess Contest. Mr. Ames will work with the final talent winners prior to the contest to help them project their talent. Marvin Vines of Little Rock, chairman of the Arkansas Dairy Festival and Teen Jamboree, says, "We are fortunate to have a man of Mr. Ames ability and experience in the entertainment business to work with our talent finalists. He should be able to give our teens many pointers in presenting their acts. Teenagers interested in entering the Arkansas Teen Jamboree Talent Contest should contact the Hope Chamber of Commerce, sponsors of the Southwest District Contest. f his Is Girl Scout Camp Week in Hope MAY PERMANENT WAVE fPflCIALS (Your Choice of Type) Curv-Body-Curty $6,50 and up !«••'• B«oHty Salon 114 W, 2nd PR7-3U8 Uhe fabulous with exclusive Carrier _ air conditioner New round design Conditioned, thtcMark of a Quality Has Way to Lose Weight PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) Richard M. Nixon, answering questions on a campaign television broadcast, was asked how he keeps his weight down. "I eat cottage cheese until it runs out of my ears," he said. Man Succumbs at Age 102 FARMINGTON, Utah (AP) Amasa L, Clark, who until two - Hope Star photo Girl Scout Day Camp started Monday and will continue throughout the week. This model camp was set up downtown. Inspection of Boy Scouts is invited. years ago rode a bicycle to work, died Saturday at the age of 102. 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