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Â· 'Â· Nortliwesl Arkansas TIMES, Men., Sept. 2, 1974 rAVETTIVILLE, ARKANSAS Military Training Plane Crashes Near Heber Springs IIEBER SPRINGS, Ark. (AP) -- All investigation is under way into the crash of a (twin-engine military airplane near here Sunday that killed the plane's young pilot. Sheriff DcLone Wright of CJe- burne County identified the vic- lim as 1st I,t. Thomas M. Saml- usky, 28, of Little Rock. Wright said Sandusky was on a training mission when bis plane crashed into Grecrs Ferry Lake. The plane was assigned to New River Marine Station 'at Jacksonville, N. C. Wright said the Little Kock address was obtained from Sandusky's driver's license and that it actually might be his father-in-law's residence. Divers found Sandusky's body attached to a parachute in 30 feet of water about 300 feet from the site of the plane crash, Wright said. The aircraft sank in approximately 60 feel of water, he said. "We feel be tried to get himself out of the plunu when he realized: he was in trouble " Wright said. But, the sheriff added, Sandusky could have been thrown from the plane. An autopsy was to be per formed. When the plane struck a pow er line before it crashed Wright said, it knocked out lower in the Edgemont area. Power was being restored Sunday night, he said. State Sen. Ralph Patterson ol North Little Rock said he ant lis family were sitting in the Lake Front Lodge Kestauranl and saw the accident occur. Patterson said the plane "came down low near the lake then went back up around the restaurant and hit a power line and went down into the lake." Prayer For Church BEDFORD, England (AP) -The last hope of Bedfordshire County Council in their fight to save an old church is a "prayer" to the House of Lords. High Court judges in London allowed an appeal 'by ecclesias tical authorities who want to sell the 200-year-old Howard Congregational Church in Bed ford. The church would be demolished and offices built 01 the site by a development com pany. But the judges allowet the council leave to appeal t the House of Lords agaTns their ruling. The appeal called a prayer. The threatened church was the meeting plac of John Howard and his follow ers. Howard 'became famous a a reformer of the prisons. Deputy Minister Deputy Prime Minister Hugh Watt took over the New Zealand government Saturday after the dentil of his country's prime minister. He will serve until the Labor Party caucus meets to elect a new leader. (AP Wircphofo) Four Are Held OZARK, Ark. (AP) -- Fon Johnson County residents ar being held in the Franklin County Jail here in connection with the beating of Gerald Rin key; Altus city marshal, Fridaj night. Ku Klux Klan Holds Annual Stone Mountain Meeting STONE MOUNTAIN, Ga. AP-- Tho white-rolled young man looked down nl a crowd of iboiil 250 persons--most of hem also robed--and told them lie Ku Klux Klan "is rising again Irom the ashes." David Duke, at 23 the youngest grand dragon in Klan his- ory, was addressing the annual or Day weekend rally of the National Knights of the Ku Klux Klan Saturday night. The Klan today is experiencing the greatest growth n history. In high schools, colleges, factories, everywhere people are realizing t h a t Hie Â·Clan is the only answer for America," said Duke, who lives in Baton Rouge, La. Save this country for the white race who this country was built for," he pleaded. Speaker after speaker expressed similar ideas to Klansmen and their families who traveled from as far as Ohio and Texas for the rally. Abrams Falters WASHINGTON (AP) - The medical condition of Gen Creighton W. Abrarns, Arms chief of staff, deteriorated ovei the weekend, according t spokesmen at Walter Reed Army Medical Center. The Imperial Wizard of t h I Motional Knights, Stone Moun urn lawyer James n. Venable iitroduccd (lie speakers am noclcratcd activities. The speaking went on for an icmr and a half. Then came the lighlight of the evening for thd crowd--the ceremonial lighting of a 30-foot cross wrapped itj gasoline-soaked burlap. ; With television lights illumii naliug the scene, Klansmen lit ,hc cross and a recording Â«t Tennessee Ernie Ford singing "The Old Rugged Cross'! loomed from loudspeakers. " Confederate flag licens? plates were plentiful . in thq parking lot along with regular license plates from states including Texas, Alabama, Ohio^ North and South Carolina and Florida as well as Georgia. ; The annual rally has taken place at a site at the base of Stone Mountain for the past 4S years. EXPERT WATCH REPAIR . . Â· * ' ' _ ' _ ' ' - / J, SWlFTS Zl North nwi, st. ALVIN TYGER COMFORTS WIFE LINDA .. .as Judy Romo (center) helps Ruth Caykendall sign a petition in Tucson, Arizona, to be delivered to Arkansas governor Dale Bumpers ' 1,500 Arizonans Petition Bumpers For Tyger Clemency T U C S O N , Ariz. (AP) -Friends of Alvin Tyger rallied 1,500 strong and signed their names to petitions asking Arkansas Gov. Dale Bumpers to show clemency for the prison escapee. Tyger fled the Cummins State Prison farm six years ago while skeletons of murdered inmates were being unearthed there. He said he had been threatened with murder by a trusty-guard made to look bad in Tyger's previous two-week flight. The fugitive married and took a job as a truck driver here. Tyger and his wife Linda are parents of a 2-year-old daughter. His employer and friends say he's rehabilitated. Arab States Delay Summit lo Solve Palestinian Dispute By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Arab states have delayed their next summit conference until late October to give King Hussein of Jordan and the Palestinian guerrillas more time to resolve their dispute over who r e p r e s e n t s t h e Palestinian people. Foreign ministers or ambassadors representing 20 Arab nations decided Sunday at the opening of a three-day conference in Cairo to hold the summit on Oct. 26 in Rabat. Morocco. It had been scheduled to begin on Tuesday. The postponement was requested 'oy Hussein, who contends that his government should represent Palestinians living in Jordan and the Israeli- occupied West Bank in p e a c e negotiations with Israel. However, the Palestine Liberation Organization claims that it is the representative of all of the 2Vi million Palestinians living both in and outside of Jordan. Egypt and Saudi Arabia fa vored the postponement. They want the Palestinian issue re solved so that the summi meeting can be devoted to for mulating a united stand for thi next phase of the Geneva peaci talks with Israel. In Amman, Jordanian Pre mieir Zcid Rifai said the king': recent talks w i t h Prc6iden Ford and Secretary nf Stat Henry A. Kissinger in Washing ton "yielded positive results' toward a pullback of Israel troops from the Jordan River But Israeli Premier Yitzhak Rabin said on Saturday tha there would be no withdraws "without significant progres toward peace." Egyptian Foreign Minister Is mail Fahmy told the Cair meeting that his government i ontinuing its preparations foi 'ar, because "the war is no ver yet. "If Israel challenges th( vorld's desire for peace, t h e i ve have no choice but to taki he path we did last October, 1 said. Elsewhere in the Middl Sasl: Libya's Revolutionary Com maud Council paraded its ex anded stock of Soviet an French military cquipmen Sunday in Tripoli to mark th ifth anniversary of the ecu; hat ousted King Idris an iroughi Col. Moammar Khada y to power. Syrian Premier Mahmou Ayoubi reshuffled his cabine ringing seven new minister nto the government. A govcr ment spokesman said th change had no bearing on fo eign policy, and the minister of defense, forein'affairs.g inti rior and economy were all r Lained. The Greek Catholic arc 'oishop of Jerusalem, Msgr. H larion Capudji, was ordere held for anotbcr 12 days in Tel Aviv jail on charges smuggling arms to Arab terro ists. He was arrested Aug. 18. Israel announced the retir ment of Maj. Gen. Zvi Zama as chief of security and i telligence and said his replac ment had been appointed.Th identity of the intelligence chi is an official secret until t! end of his term. Zamir, 49, ha held the post for six years. The TIMES Is On Top of The News Seven Days a Week Who are the hard-of-hearing? Are you one of them? You may be if: You frequently ask your friends to repeat a part of the conversation. You lose the trend of a speaker's talk or the minister's sermon. You find telephone conversations increasingly difficult. Anyone---at any age can have a hearing loss. Why not visit a Beltone' hearing aid service center near you for a free lest and demonstration of Beltane's latest model. Fresh batteries and service on most all make's of hearing aid. See Mr. K. O. Woodbridge, Thursday, Sept. 5th, 10 a.m. to 12 noon, Trwn House Motel, Fayetteville, Ark. Beltane Hearing Aid Service 318 W. Walnut Springfield, Mo. 65806 But Arizona Gov. Jack Wilams ordered Tyger returned Arkansas Friday, in accor- ince with state law. Arkansas thorities say he is not eligible r parole and can request ex- utive clemency only after he once again in custody. Authorite's say he still owes ost of a three-year term for a othing store robbery and a even-year stretch for another obery, plus a concurrent hree-year term for the pre- ious escape. The escapee's lawyer, John iboud Sr., contends that Tyger nay not have to return to Aransas to be granted clemency, [e noted that Gov. Dan Evans f Washington paroled a Georia prison escapee. Abpud said e sent a newspaper clipping of lat story to Gov. Williams ilong with a request that he re- :onsider sending Tyger back, "President Ford granted clemency to Nixon without bring- ng him from California back to Washington, didn't he?" asked Aboud. Meanwhile, citizen groups leaded by Mrs. Bill Fannin and Tony Jiacopelli have been gathering signatures on petitions since Friday, calling on Bumpers to grant clemency and 'recognize that Tyger has been rehabilitated and proven himself an asset to this comu- njly." The Rev. David Sholin, chairman of the Arizona Citizens Committee on Corrections, started a legal defense fund and said his group will send an appeal for full pardon to Bumpers. Jiacopelli's group held a rally Sunday at Palo Verde High School and announced that 1,500 signatures had been obtained. Aboud said he was doing legal homework over the Labor Day weekend and hoped to delay Tyger's return to Arkansas by two or three months. 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