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Hope Star (Newspaper) - April 12, 1971, Hope, Arkansas The tragedy of Man He starts off with a Country and winds up with a Government Our Daily Bread SKwd Thin by The Editor WtsMwrn They Lower the Tax Boom on Thursday If youve thought about it only the last few days this reminder is bad news for you They lower the federal income tax boom this April As a businessman I am reconciled to the chore of spending the first three months of every year compiling the previous years figures for the swimming through company tax reports and what But the thing Ill never get used to is the arrogance of the bureaucrats who constantly dream up changes in the Internal Revenue Services Form 1040 so that your file of a year ago is almost useless as a reference I had been working on my personal off and for about three but reached a crisis Sunday All this despite the fact that I have compiled my personal return every year but What happened Sunday was this In the final assembly I discovered that Page One of the form accounted for gross in and Page Two took care of deductions and established net taxable But the in structions telling you where to repeat this figure on Page One were It called for positioning this on Page One below the spot where you show the amount of the I went ahead and finished the return in handwritten copy on plain bundled everything together and for warded it to our company ac countant in Little Rock with instructions to check my figures and prepare the final report for Hope Knife Star Printed by Offset City Subscribers If you fail to receive your Star please phone 7773431 between 6 and before or by 5 and a carrier will deliver your 8 Pages Star of Press 1927 Consolidated January 1929 APRIL 1971 Member Associated Press Audit Bureau of Circulations net paid circulation 6 ending PRICE lOc Democrats to Challenge Every Issue WASHINGTON AP The 92nd Congress is at the quarter point of its first session and controlling Democrats have made clear they will mount challenges to President Nixon on virtually every major With a presidential election next year and half a dozen Democratic senators in the run ning for their partys nomi the 92nd was destined from the outset to be charged with But the broad range of attack Little Rock youths were charged with possession of marijuana found in the car they were in early Charged were Mark Roun and David Petition in Judge Case Denied Out to Welcome American Table Tennis Players orderly sipping changing our money and lunch ing on We stund ourselves in a world of lichee banana said LITTLE ROCK AP The Arkansas Supreme Court denied today a petition filed by Prose cutor Alex Streett of Russell on Presidential policies exceeds ville to have the court disquali that of other recent Congresses fy Circuit Judge Russell Rob when one party controlled the White House and the other the such as during the Eis enhower Nixons 1 domestic rec a gen eral revenuesharing has all but been declared dead by foes in the House where it must His massive plan to reorga nize the federal government and create four new big cabinet groupings is meeting heavy op position in committees which must handle His welfarereform a holdover from the preceding may be enacted but already has been rewritten sub stantially by the House Ways and Means If it passes the it must face a hostile Finance NEW India AP Premier Chou Enlai of Red China has assured Pakistan that the Chinese government and people will support the Pa erts of Conway from impaneling and charging a Pope County Grand Jury to investigate fees charged in Roberts The high court said the peti tion was denied because Streett had failed to first file the peti tion with the trial The issue had little legal con since Rob erts disqualified himself last See PETITION on Page two China Pledges Support to Pakistan graves and rice terraces as we traveled by train to South Chinas largest Everywhere Chairman Mao Tsetung beamed on us from billboards on the side of the statues inside the public buildings and from the lapels of Fire bluejacketed Chi Our spotless blue and cream colored train rolled through the mountainfringed valleys to the beat of martial music blaring See CHINA GOING as well as And on the Senate a sizeable bloc of Democrats is determined to rewrite the bill to give higher payments to the kistanis against any attack by poor and greater relief to the Radip Pakistan reported It occurs to me this is all bad states and cities from rapidly business for the they are under the expense of supporting some extra help who do nothing but dream up changes in 1040 they force me to hire an outside man to decipher the changes they have made then this fee will be deducted from next years Building up expense in Washington and reducing the tax collected in the field strikes me as a poor way to run a I am stupid enough to make while the bright boys in Washington have gotten the country 400 Billion Dollars in mounting welfare Democrats in both Senate The broadcast followed In dias denial of Pakistans claim and House have voted for an that two companies of Indian end to fighting in Vietnam forces had crossed into Pakis this year or This followed tan on Pakistan said the Indian troops were wiped the Presidents refusal to set a date for complete Democrats took the lead in Pakistans central govern Showers Are Expected in Arkansas pushing through a 10percent ment is fighting a rebellion in increase in Social Security benEast efits early in the session in de fiance of Nixons Democrats also moved swift ly against They pushed through the Sen ate a bill designed to provide at least pub licservice jobs this Early House action has been prom The Senate vote came in the Radio Pakistan said Chous message was sent to President Agha Mohammed Yahya Should the Indian ex pansionists dare to launch ag gression against the Chinese government and people will as always support the Pa kistan government and people in their just struggle to safeguard the states integrity and national face of strong administration with Secretary of the radio quoted Chou as telling Labor James Hodgson con tending the Democratic meas For the third time in the last ure went contrary to the Presi six an official Chinese By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS dents special revenuesharing time issued on Showers are expected to plan in the manpower Chous that the Senate Democrats also ig civil war in East Pakistan is nored another of the special purely an internal affair of Pa revenuesharing proposals in kistan which can only be set pushing through a tied by the Pakistani people extension of the Appalachia Re themselves without any outside gional Development interference Would Force IRS to By JOHN RODERICK Associated Press Writer PEKING AP The warm welcome extended by the Chisquid and abalone washed down nese to the visiting table by Chinese tennis team and three Ameri can newsmen admitted to China to cover their tour offers encouraging prospects for wider peopletopeople contacts between the Chinese and the The table tennis team is the first group of any kind in vited to the Chinese mainland since the Peoples Republic was proclaimed in Our news assignment is to cover the But the biggest story of all It is too soon to say that all the barriers which have kept Americans out of China and Chinese out of America for so many years are coming But a hole has been made in the once impenetrable Not that official relations have changed or are about to do The Vietnam war and backing of Chiang Kai shek bar the way to reapproch But the springlike warmth in contacts at this unofficial level cannot fail to melt some of the ice that has congealed in the long win ter of This is my first dispatch from China in 22 And Americans are welcome in the Peoples event which would have seemed in credible only a few weeks I crossed the border from Hong Kong at on a sunny Easter morning with John Rich and Jack Reynolds of the Na tional Broadcasting and two of their Japanese television Hiromasa Yamanaka and Masaaki With us were four other John an Eng and Frank a West both of Time and Jose Schlesinger and Bob Whyte from the Canadian Broadcasting Only Rich and I had ever been to and we were here in the years before the Communist From the border to it was all smiles and At across the bor we went through the com plex of official buildings at an Kiwanis Plans Variety Show Friday Hight Dropped by Planes SAIGON AP The Air Force has begun using 000 pound bombs on North Viet namese troop spread across Arkansas The precipitation should de velop in the western section of the state this afternoon as a front pushes toward the The front is moving faster at the north end than the south which means it will move into an eastwest position across the central portion of the Mild accom panied by gusty surface are expected to continue in the Highs Sunday were mostly in the Highs today were fore cast in the upper 70s and mid 80s with highs Tuesday mostly in the Lows tonight should be in the upper 40s northwest to the 50s Overnight lows include Fay on Page two Dayan Plan Rejected by Egypt By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Egyptian officials rejected to day an idea by Defense Minis ter Moshe Dayan of who favors withdrawal of Israeli forces along the Suez Canal provided there is a permanent ceasefire and no Soviet or Egyptian troops will cross the The Egyptians said they were standing firm on their demand that Egyptian military forces must hold positions on the side of the canal now held by Egypt will accept nothing officials in Cairo We have nothing pew to Our position has been clarified by President Anwar Sadats restatement of April In this Sadat de manded the partial withdrawal of Israeli forces from the Sinai Peninsula as an initial step to relinquishing all Egyptian terri tory occupied since Sadat said Egypt would then reopen the canal to He also said the Egyptian army would promptly cross the waterway to assume its na tional duties as Israel with He firmly rejected the demi litarization of Sinai or any Is raeli presence at Sharm el a position overlooking the strategic Strit of Dayan put forth his idea at a news conference Sunday in Tel Asked if the Israeli Cabi net is discussing how many Friday night of this week is the miles to retreat from the night of the 28th Annual Kiwanis he replied I am not free to Variety the benefit show answer But he said any presented by the local Kiwanis partial pullback must lead to the kind of comprehensive set tlement for which we are will Symplify Tax That Plague Public By MIKE SHANAHAN Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON AP Charles Mathias proposed today a 15member commission to simplify Internal Revenue Service tax forms for Ameri cans haggard and worn from the annual struggle with In a speech prepared for the etteville Harrison Mathias said purpose of the advisory commission on federal tax reforms would be to make everyday American English the official language of the The Maryland Republican in troduced legislation requiring IRS to submit to the commis sion any individual or joint tax forms issued after This millions of Americans are hag gard and from the lab boro 60 Pine Bluff Texarkana El Dorado Memphis Little Rock 54 and Fort Smith No rainfall was reported in the state during the 24hour period ended at 6 Journalism Pay Thursday AP Arkansas State Universitys aninth of Fonn 1MO schedule nual Journalism Day for high T Une 15 b Schedule R and school students will be held rdated forms dec here larations and he Medals will be given to win ning high school journalists en tered in broadcast and newspa per writing Although the Internal Reve nue to popu lar not deliberately make its forms obscure and its instructions I believe that substantial improvements are badly His bill would limit the com mission to a maximum of two attorneys or accountants and bar federal It would represent all tax age job categories and re gions of the In he tax forms would be submitted to a panel of average taxpayers before the materials are printed by the millions and released to the general Mathias said 1969 laws spreading changes in tax regu lations over several years it especially important that all income tax forms and materials used by the general public he as as and as comprehensible as pos Mathias is also author of a bill prohibiting taxreturnprep aration service from selling personal information without customers consent j Club each year in order to provide funds for their local Youth Programs and the Golden Age Over the past 27 years the Kiwanis Show has produced in excess of every penny of which has been used locally with most of the money used in various Youth The Kiwanis Club in a Service The local club is proud of its record of Com munity and dedicates themselves individually and as a club to a continuing effort to make Hope a better place in which to The Kiwanis Variety Show is a mixture of the very best talent available in our area and the very corniest characters one would want to Grand its but for one wanting to be entertained for an hour or so of good clean fun and enjoyable specialty the Kiwanis Variety Show is just what the doctor There are fourteen specialty acts in this years and some one can hardly but every one en Then there are five Country Characters that will keep you laughing with their enlightening If you would support the Kiwanis Club in their Com munity Service to plan ii to spend an hour or so at the Happy Valley Store at Hupe City Hall Auditorium on Friday night at 8 Meet Tuesday at Diamond The Hemsptead County Cat tlemens Association will meet at the Diamond Cafe Tuesday April 13 at according to Royky Trapper Supervisor of the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission from will be the guest He will discuss wolf control with those in Farmers with wolf problems are encouraged to attend this Plans will be made at this meeting for the annual meeting and barbecue or the Mans Cause Called Secure VATICAN CITY AP Pope Paul VI says Mans cause is not only not it is The unity of the world shall be he told a gather ing in Peters Square Easter But he decried new social struggle and doctrinal and dis ciplinary currents within the Roman Catholic The blockbusters are usually used to blast out landing zones in the jungles for But the informants said two of them were dropped today on heavy North Vietnamese troop concentrations near besieged Base in the central near the Laotian and Cambodian It was the first tune the big bombs had been reported used on enemy In this case we were not as interested in putting in helicop ter pads as we were in knock ing out troops said one Usually B52 which carry 30 tons of 500 pound and 75 pound are used on troop concentra made attacks one within a mile of Fire Base The were dropped from fourengine C130 cargo planes on pallets pulled out by drag A second parachute stalizes the which contain a high explosive They dont make any holes in the the informant You get a maximum lat eral Five Wrecks Investigated on Weekend Five accidents in vestigated by Hope Police over the Friday on West Third vehicles driven by Allen Power of Kentucky and Cannon Hollis of Hope collided with minor damage City Patrolman Shirley At Third and Main cars driven by Mary Alice Pullen of Delight and Stephen Shumaker of Washington City Officer McCulley charged Shumaker with driving with improper brakes and failure to have a drivers On Highway 67 at Hervey a car driven by Clyde Tullis of Hope was stopped and hit from behind by another driven by Willie Francis of Francis was charged with following too close and improper brakes by City Patrolman Mc At West 16 and Elm vehicles driven by Clifford Carrigan and Larry Redlick collided with minor City Officer McCulley charged Carrigan with running a stop At the Trailways parking lost an auto owned by Will Reed was hit by another driven by Bobby Chambers of City Officer Edwards charged Chambers with driving while AP News Digest PEKING AP Chinese Communists from the Hong Kong border to Peking have given a friendly welcome to the table tennis team and three American SAIGON AP American troop strength in South Viet nam has dropped below for the first time in more than 4 years the Command announced and a field commander disclosed new tac tics to compensate for the fur ther cutback of American UNDATED AP Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Dayan meets Egyptian President An war Sadat part saying he favors Israeli withdrawal from the Sueze but he says Soviet or Egyptian troops must not cross the WASHINGTON AP William insisting the charge of neoisolationism hurled at those who advocate reform is badly has challenged a wide range of military spending MIAMI AP South Flroida is in the midst of the worst drought in 20 Water is being pumped into Everglades National Park to help alliga wading fish and WASHINGTON AP A consumer task force says the federal billion and seven laws after beginning the fight for clean yet to reduce pollu tion in any major body of wa WASHINGTON AP The 92nd Congress is at the quarter point of its first session and controlling Democrats have made clear they will continue challenging President Nixon on every major Bums Prove Fatal to Westbrook longtime resident of Hope and died Monday of burns suffered April 2 in an accident at his home in Westbrook was employed by Bruner Ivory Handle Com pany until he retired a few years He was a member of the Assembly of God He is survived by his Viola Westbrook two Donald Westbrook of Westbrook of Nashville a Anadene Watson of Petersburg a Westbrook of Hot Springs three Bruner of Gerald Bailey of Little Rock and Fred Thompson of Services will be held at 2 Tuesday at Herndon Funeral Chapel by the Burial will be in Memory Gar dens by Herndon Funeral All Around Town By The Star Staff The Arkansas 91 should be present tonight to University of Arkansas student 8et ready for the Scout has named its staff for 197172 the group listed as reporters include Connie Hen drix of bring tickets and plan for a campout after Scout ORama on April 1718 Olen Overturf and James Luck are the Scout Doctor Lowell Harris of Hope has been selected by his county medical society as a delegate to the annual session of the Arkansas Medical Society which meets at the Arlington Hotel in Hot Springs April The Cruise to the Land of Beauty will be the theme of the 1971 Miss Southern State College pageant at Magnolia on April 12 the stage crew for the event includes Jimmy Singleton of Susan daughter of and Ray is among the 10 finalists in the Miss Texarkana winner will be named April 17 at 8 in the Texarkana College Members of Boy Scout Troop It was a very busy week for Hope Police Department which reported 23 traffic nine license six arrested for eight charged with driving while in toxicated one for assault and battery one for forgery one for refusing to take a breatholizer test there were five accidents which brought the yearss total to 91 with 23 injured and one Mike Kelly reminds its that time again time to send him your check fur the SMU bus trip November 13th is the date and its an afternoon game the tickets are each and bus fare per persons is the bus fare to be collected later due to time the ticket sale ends April Troops in War Below SAIGON AP American troop strength in South Viet nam has dropped below for the first time in more than 4Vz the Command announced and a field commander disclosed new tac tics to compensate for the fur ther cutback of American A weekly summary said a to tal of American service men were in Vietnam last a drop of dur ing the The total includ ed Air Navy and 100 Coast This was the smallest force since Aug when a total of American troops were in the strength reached a maximum of in April President Nixon has ordered the American force reduced to by the end of this and he announced last week that another would be withdrawn by Michael commander of the 2nd Field said a total of about combat troops will remain after May 1 in his Saigon and the 11 sur rounding These he See TROOPS IN on Page two Sophomores Lead School Honor Roll Sophomores led the Hope High School Honor Roll for the third nine weeks grading Seniors had juniors and freshmen Sophomores with a or better grade average include Patricia Gordon Marynell Julia Peggy Sue Steve Joey Mike Sidney Marilynn Debbie Imp Donna Anita Mc Billy Gary Marc Evelyn Jim Judy Debi Rita Lawana Barbara Emily Lester Sitzes Kathy Debbie Star Donna Arlene Willie Mike Marilyn Karen and Mary Seniors listed are Lois Mary Julie Jimmy Barbara Sheryl Sharon Sharon Sharon Joe Barbara Marcia Scott Pat Theresa Robbie Robert Delia Tommy Polly Melissa Sharon Nancy Leila Jerry Jimmy Jennifer Rhonda Sarah Randy Juniors are Georgia Jim Rodney Richard Ben Sandara Linda Mike Terry Sandy Tommy Jacquelyn Linda Janice Rubye Barbara Mary Brenda Sandra Ralph Virginia Paula Peggy Patricia Mary Jane Steve Beverly Smith and Gladys Freshmen include Patsy Margaret Debra Karlene Kennetha Tim Cor Carol Peggy Tim Jill Tim Nadine Larry Cathy Mc Betty Judy Mona Steve Ann Tony Mary and Donna
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