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Carthage Press (Newspaper) - October 17, 1970, Carthage, Missouri Spotlighting the news Carthage press today snows today by press a service Anchorage Alaska a Bruce Hodson has to wait 60 Days for it to be official but he has bagged what probably will be the world s record Moose. The rack of the 2,000-Pound Bull downed by the Martin s.d., businessman measured 79vfe inches in Width tip to tip and totalled 264 Points on the Boone and Crockett scale. St. Paul Minn. A former vice president Hubert h. Humphrey s Hometown of Waverly is precisely in the Middle of the list of Minnesota population figures. June Lake Calif. A civilization s crowds have caused a temporary close of Aspen Hole campgrounds on june Lake in the Remote Eastern Sierra officials say. The Camp where 200 camping units were jammed into 68 spaces this week will be closed until vegetation regrow Ranger Steve Plevel of the . Forest service said Friday. Phenom penh Cambodia a Cambodia is willing even eager for peace talks with North Vietnam and the Vietcong senior Western diplomatic sources reported today. Istanbul Turkey a Istanbul is in the grip of a deadly cholera epidemic turkish health officials acknowledged today. The disease is spreading to other towns in Turkey according to reports reaching Here. Manilla a president Ferdinand e. Marcos surveyed typhoon ravaged Southern Luzon today termed the scene heartbreaking and ordered an immediate increase in Relief efforts. Springfield to. A e. A. Barbour jr., a member of the Missouri House of representatives in the 1920s and a member of the state Senate in the 1930s, died Friday night in St. Johns Hospital. He was 74. Washington a a government study says Many women cannot come to a screeching halt when they re driving because of heavy pedal pressure required to activate the brakes. Washington a the Money hungry democratic party says the National direct mail Appeal for funds it launched last month is bringing in average of $10,000 a Day. Manilla a Pedro Taruc top ranking Leader of the huk rebels of Central Luzon was killed thursday reportedly by the philippine army. Washington a Gen. William c. Westmoreland has been absolved by the amry of any responsibility for the alleged my Lai massacre in Vietnam. Memphis Tenn. In 1969, Maybelline Forbes was in jail for demonstrating for Black rights at Memphis state University. Today she is the new Homecoming Queen the first negro to capture the Honor at the 58-year-old University. St. Louis a minority owned Banks have special obligations to meet the financial needs of their communities and the Federal government is working to help them respond to those needs Treasury undersecretary Charles e. Walker said Friday night. Saigon a the . Command announced today new american troop reductions numbering nearly 2,000 men. Other sources said the South vietnamese army is planning a new offensive into Cambodia to ensure an effective Overall . Withdrawal program. New York a the possibility of a retaliatory Trade War and an Economy that refuses to take off loomed Large on the american business scene this week. New York a Luke Gulliver amid the lilliputian 9-foot tall Eddie carmelo a biggest problem is with the Little people. Quot sometimes they Call me other things than giant Quot he says. Quot they know All the words these kids do. Quot Boston a commercials should be ended on children a television programs says Joan Ganz Cooney president of the children a television workshop which produces the to series Quot sesame Tucson aril. A Rufus Iii the University of arizonans year old Wildcat is dead and the schools student newspaper is calling for an end to the tradition that brought a Wildcat to Home football games. New York a g. Grant Mason jr., a founder of pan american world airways and a former member of the civil aeronautics Board died Friday at the age of 66. Davidson . A the Davidson College Board of trustees has told the 12 chapters of nationally affiliated fraternities on the Campus to open their doors to All applicants or leave University owned houses. Halifax . A Canada the United states and the soviet Union have cooperated in a scientific research project to study offshore herring spawning Beds in the Atlantic from a submarine the fisheries research Board of Canada said Friday. Ankara Turkey a Brazinskas Kore Yero and his son Almedas who hijacked a soviet jetliner to Turkey thursday were quoted today As saying Quot we would rather die than go Back to Carthage to. Return postage guaranteed a j m spa a mbah Maple Leaf candidates Maple Leaf festival Queen candidates sponsored by the Carthage senior High school publications staff have been selected. Each candidate collects a Penny a vote and the one with the most Money collected by wednesday will receive the title. The Money being collected will finance the carthaginian Ball and the 1971 carthaginian yearbook. In Vietnam. Left to right Are miss Mary Haughawout senior daughter of or. And mrs. William Haughawout 1303 South main miss Keri Jeffries Sophomore daughter of or. And mrs. Jesse Jeffries 1627 South main miss Sally Wilson senior daughter of or. And mrs. Chet Wilson 818 Euclid and miss Jeanne Higgins Junior daughter of or. And mrs. Larry Higgins 1125 Euclid. Peace settlement discussed weather Paris apr informed sources say the United states will not require that North Vietnam publicly admit it has troops in South Vietnam if Hanoi pulls out its forces As part of a general peace settlement. This is the meaning of president Nixon a omission of the demand for a Mutual withdrawal a Atken state. In his oct. 7 peace plan the sources said Friday. They said the United states would accept a private a a understanding a from the North vietnamese that their units would be removed from the South As american withdrawal was completed. The 1968 bomb halt agreement was cited by the sources As a precedent because although the North vietnamese demanded an a a unconditional halt to . Bombing of their country at that time they did in fact make counterpart concessions. U. S. Negotiators at the time told the North vietnamese that air raids would Stop but that the United states a a understood that communist forces would cease rocket attacks on South vietnamese cities and lower the level of combat. The North vietnamese never formally agreed but . Officials Point to subsequent history As proof that the a a understanding worked. Fair to partly Cloudy High today upper 60s Low tonight upper 40s. High sunday in the 60s. Saturday october 17 students asked to take jury report in stride Ravenna Ohio a the president of Kent state University Robert i. White has asked its 21,000 students to take in stride a grand jury report which exonerated Ohio National guardsmen and criticized the University for disorders that left four dead and nine wounded. A we have Long known that the grand jury report would create problems a White said Friday on closed circuit television a few hours after release of the report. It accused University administrators of surrendering leadership to dissident students and faculty members. The special state grand jury indicted 25 unidentified persons. None was a guardsman said special prosecutor Robert bal reconstructs Stearman biplane. Yeat who directed the monthlong investigation in which 300 persons testified. Portage county sheriff Joseph Hegedus said he did not expect any indictments to be served before monday. White assured the �?o25 unidentified defendants that there will be a full judicial process. I am sure every Legal safeguard will be White told the student body a the May tragedy will be with us for a Long time. The Strain of the successive reports investigation discussion and the like must be surmounted one by one in White said he was forbidden by court order from commenting on the report or indictments but said �?�1 appear before you rather Well Sunrise 7 17 Moonset 7 35 sunday october 18 Sunrise 7 18 Sunset 6 12 Moonrise 8 23 monday october 19 Sunrise. 7 20 Sunset. 6 10 Moonrise. 9 19 i . 55 i am. 48 2 pin. .57. .2 am. 46 3 60 3 am. 45 4 61 4 am. 41 5 . 60 5 am. 42 6 pm. 58 6 am. 44 7 pm. 56 7 am. 44 8 pm. 53 8 am. 44 9 pm. 50 9 am. 45 to pm. 49 to am. 47 la pm. 49 to am. 47 la pm. 49 la am. Midnight 48 noon a Crimson testifies for Only 7 minutes Jefferson City a James Chrismon former president of the now defunct first state Bank of Bonne Terre spent Only seven minutes Friday giving testimony to the Cole county grand jury that is investigating the state treasurers office. The grand jury is investigating a reported $2,500 transaction Between Chrismon and William e. Robinson. Crismon has been quoted in the St. Louis Globe democrats the first to report the $2,500 transactions that he gave the Money to Robinson to secure increased state deposits in the Bank of Bonne Terre. Crismon is already under Federal and state charges of embezzlement. Robinson has insisted that the contribution from Crismon was for a Campaign to adopt a constitutional change allowing the state treasurer to run for a second consecutive term. Crismon refused to comment about his testimony on Friday before the grand Surv. His lawyer Charles show of Clayton advised him earlier against making statements to newsmen. A the has been charged with an offence and has no business giving a statement a Shaw said. A the must withhold his information until he appears before the proper Crismond a son Larry spent almost two hours and 35 minutes in the grand jury room before his father was called. He now faces a no fund Check charge in St. Francis county. The Only other witness appearing before the grand jury Friday was St. John Kiriakos one of the two Highway patrol officers assigned to investigate the alleged Transfer of Money Between Crismon and state tra surer William e. Robinson. It was Kiriakos second appearance before the grand jury. Man charged with arson St. Louis apr an sex fire Man previously indicted for set ing a fire in St. Louis county was charged with arson Friday in connection with one of a series of fires involving two colleges four automobiles and a garage in two county municipalities. Authorities identified the Man charged As Herbert l. Heinsohn 26, of Maplewood who was indicted last month As a result of a fire at a carpet company in suburban Richmond Heights. Heinsohn was charged in connection with three fires that forced 15 priests and 185 students to evacuate Cardinal Glennon College in Shrewsbury. Maximum 61 minimum 41 temperatures one year ago today maximum 53 and minimum 38 two years ago 78 and 48 United fund goal. Receipts. 20,585.16 balance. Carthage Man builds flying machine by Stan Jones press staff member take $8,000 in Cash 2,000 free hours in a period of six years a zest to travel mix them with insurmountable desire and imagination and you can have an air plane. If you want to know More about the formula just ask Bob Hood who resides Northeast of the City on route i. Hood a sales representative for Empire District electric company has proven the formula with the contribution of a Complete and original Navy Model -3 Stearman biplane. This Model was used during world War ii by both the . Navy and the . Army air corps As a Trainer. The prototype biplane was built in 1934 by Boeing aircraft corporation at Wichita Kan. More than 12,000 of them were produced As trainers during the War. After the War the plane was discarded for military use and several were purchased by crop dusters As it is considered to be one of the Best planes in use for Aerial spraying. Hood said Only about 900 Stearman Are now in existence. Hood was bom in Carthage and was graduated in 1953 from High school Here. He served four years in the Navy As a radar Man. He is a graduate of Kansas state College of Pittsburg. As a child Hood said he had no More than the average interest in flying. A i decided to take flying lessons in 1964 and i had to quit for awhile because it made me sick. However i became interested in this biplane and thought that could be the answer. I also figured it would be cheaper to build one than to buy a that theory was More or less grounded after the Bills started rolling in. After hours of research Hood went to work finding the parts. A you know a he said a you just can to realize just How Many parts there Are even on a plane such As this. They number in the thousands. Each part has been disassembled cleaned and the project started with Purchase of the fuselage in Wichita. A this Guy had it stored in a pile behind his the continued on p-12, col. I. V to r Quot it a. >7 a Quot a. A a i a i a. A a v i a it a a a %.�. Bob Hood route i is shown in the rear seat of his Stearman biplane last 1 years in reassembling the aircraft just As it was built in 1942 before a flight to Tulsa okla. Hood spent 2,000 hours and $8,000 the by Boeing aircraft corporation Wichita ran

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