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futt Two — Blythevlll* (Ark.) Courier News — Monday, January 15, 1968 Haiphong Harbor ^Filling with Silt WJ(W By FRED S. HOFFMAN AP Military Writer to be common sights in the Hai- phong harbor, the sources said, WASHINGTON (AP) .-The, but now ships in the 5,000-6,000 Communists are being forced lo; ton range and smaller are need- rely...heavily on small ships to'ed lo haul petroleum, food and supply North Vietnam because silt is choking channels and waterways leading into the major port of Haiphong, U.S. intelligence sources say. They said tliis means the Communists must use many more vessels than previously. In peacetie, the approaches to Haiphong were kept open for big ships by constant dredging other cargo lo support the Communist war effort. Statistics on merchant ship arrivals in Norlh Vietnam show i Soviet vessels called there 185 limes in 1967—more than twice as many times as in 1965 and an increase of 63 times over 1966. Experts said this was traceable in part to the requirement for smaller ships as well as an of the approaches. But the sources said Sunda the'Communisls apparently ar having, increasing difficulty, cai rj'ing out the necessary amoun of dredging. They gave no rea son -for this except to cite "war time conditions." H"Silling has become a rea problem," one expert said ".Haiphong is a bad harbor t( get into. • ;1 You see very few of the big ger -ships going in these days North Vietnam needs smal ships." •Vessels up to 10,000 tons usec 2 More < { Resigi .^VATICAN CITY (AP) - Two more cardinals have quit their josts in the central government oFfhe Roman Catholic Church as part of Pope Paul's reorganization. The Pope named an American, Francis Cardinal Brennan, to succeed one of them. Cardinal Brennan, 72 and a native of Shenandoab, Pa., has been dean of the Sacred Rota, He succeeds Benedetto Aloisi increase in Soviet aide to Norlh y Vietnam. e Normally secret shipping sta- . tislics, marie public by Re| t Charles Chamberlain, It-Mich., -|show the number of non-Com- munist ship arrivals rose slightly last year. The 1967 total reached 78 arrivals, an increase . of 4 over 1966 but still well down > from the peak of401 in 1964. The United States has applied steady pressure against allies and other non-Communist countries in an effort to cut off this source of shipping to North Vietnam. Cardinals i Post Cardinal Masblla as prefect of the Congregation for the Discipline of Sacraments. Gustavo Cardinal Testa, secretary of the Congregation for the Oriental Church, also resigned. Maximilian Cardinal de Furstenberg of the Netherlands was named to succeed him. Five cardinals have now resigned from the Vatican Curia, the central government of the church, since Jan. 8. Daily ! Weartwr U. S. Weather Bureau Agricultural Service Reiser, Ark. Drying conditions becoming generally good this afternooi and continuing generally gooc through Wednesday except 1 cally poor late night and early morning hours. Dew points mostly in the teens and low 20s. Near 40 percent sunshine today and near 60 percent Tuesday. No precipitation of consequence indicated through Wednesday. Record Markets Open High Low Last Chicago Wheat Mar. 148% 148 V4 148Vi- 148% May 152 15214 151% 151% July 151% 151'/« 151% 151H Chicago Soybeans Jan. 269Y4 269V 4 269 26914 Mar. 27314 27, 1 iV 8 27314 273 V4 May 2771i 27714 2771* 277% New York Stocks Texas GS 121»i Chrysler .... 57-')s RCA 53:51 AT&T yp t Dow 87 Xerox 278 3 .'i GM 8214 6:00 SERENADE i To Be Announced. '6:30 WHAT'S NEW The Princess and the Swineherd. Hans Christian- Andersen's story of (he poor Prince who wanted to marry the Emperor's daughter. 7:00 ALL ABOARD Poncey Has A Doctor Friend. 7:30 CHANNEL 10 TRAVELS Britain. 8:00 SHOWCASE To Be Announced. 8:30 THE FRENCH CHEF Soupe au Piston: and "Potage aux Concombres" — two unusual French soups. 1:00 N.E.T. JOURNAL Student Debate. A discussion of whether those who oppose the U. S. policy in Vietnam should serve if drafted. OUAKE (Continued from Page One) fields and built huge bonfires against the cold. Dead and injured were carrie out of the communities of Sa aparuta, Poggioreale, Partai na, Salemi, Santa Margherila Beice, Menfi and Santa Ninfa Reports from Salaparuta sai that village, where 3,120 farm ers lived, also was wrecked. The quake struck down an cient churches, medieval castle and bell towers as well as farm ers' homes and barns. It was Italy's second succes sive winter tragedy. Just 1 months ago the north and cen Bobby Adkins Bobby Adkins, 13 - year - old son of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Bosley of Springfield, Mo., died Friday at his home in Springfield. Born in Memphis, he had visited Blytheville frequently with his family. His mother is the former Myra Cable of Blytheville. In addition to his parents he leaves a sister, Deborah Joyce Bosley of the home; His grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Cable of Springfield; And his great - grandmother, Mrs. Ealie Cunningham of Bly- tral sections of Italy were rav aged by the wors,t floods the na lion ever suffered. More than half the buildings in Santa Margherita de Belice a town of 9,000 were wrecked The quakes did no serious damage in the major cities bul filled the streets with panic- stricken citizens who fled their homes, many wearing only pajamas and topcoats in the subfreezing cold. Seville. Services HEART were at 2 p.m. to- 10 lo 15 miles per hour toda and becoming variable tonigl and Wednesday. Five-day Outlook — Temper tures will average five to 15 di grees below normal with m much change during the ,,weel Normal highs 45 to 55. Noma lows 25 to 35. Precipitation will total one- half to one inch occuring afte Wednesday. Saturdays high—41 Overnight low—15 Yesterday's high—28 Overnight low—18 Weekend precipitation (to 7 a.t today i —.18 Total snowfall— 4JD Sunset today—5:13 Sunrise tomorrow—7 :06 This Date a Year Ago Yesterdny's high—59 Overnight low—28 Precipitation Jan. 1 to data—.37 WORLD DEATHS MINEOLA, N.Y. (AP) Elmo N. Pickerill, a pioneer i aviation and radio, died Sundaj Pickerill, 82, was taught to fl by Wilbur Wright, one of the in ventors of the airplane. In 191 Pickerill made the first air-to ground radio communication. AMHERST, Mass. (AP) Howard M. Lebow, internation ally known concert pianist, diet Sunday of injuries suffered in ^ an auto crash Saturday. Lebow ' 32, was a composer and became well known performing the works of Busoni. -- OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. : - (AP) - Dr. Oliver Hodge, superintendent of public instruction in Oklahoma for the past 21 years, died Sunday. H« was 66. Reztoe Strut . BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) - — Rezsoe Seress, composer of "'the famous 1930s blues classic "Gloomy Sunday," died Situr- day. He win 69. day in Cobb Funeral Home chapel, Rev. A. J. Frank officiating. Burial was in Elmwood Cemetery. Pallbearers were Bob Smith, Harold Koonce, Bill Smith and ~erry Cable. Dr. Mason Dr. J. A. Mason, 83, a re- ired physician who practiced or 50 years in southeast Misouri, died Saturday in Char- eston; Mo. He graduated from the Uni- ersity of Tennessee in 1910 and 'as a veteran of World War He. After his retirement he lived n Ihe Blytheville area for some me. He leaves a daughter, Mrs. etty Helen Moye of Charles- 11. Services were 10 a.m. today i Charleston, Rev. Gerald Ogg :ficiated. Graveside services ere at 12 noon in Maple rove Cemetery in Blylheville, obb Funeral Home in charge jcally. Pan American 22-T Ford 541'. Westinghouse 67Vi U. S. Steel 43 Curtis Pub. ...: 131; iomsat 4GK Amer. Motors 1314 Sears 63'j Parke Davis 29-^i Gen. Elec 94-i: Beth. Steel 33 Reynolds Tob 42k Standard NJ ; 69 3 , s Holiday Inn 5114 ;-La 391-4 Ark-Mo (Bid) 10?. Divco-Wayne 591i Mrs. Tennison Mrs. Pearl va Tennison, 68 wife of William M. Tennison, died Saturday night in a Para- ;ould Hospital after a lengthy illness. She had been a resident ol She Cardwell community for 40 years. Services will be tomorrow at p.m. at the Forrest Grove Baptist Church, with Rev. Latch officiating. Burial will be in Memorial Gardens at Paragould, toward Funeral Service of Bly- heville in charge. In addition to her husband she leaves five daughters, Mrs. 'aulter Fredrick of Florence, ila., Mrs. C. N. Chappell of )linton, Ind., Mrs. Noal Eggars I Monelte, Mrs. Joe West of onesboro and Mrs. Albert De- 'riest of Paragould; A son, D. D. Tennison of Par- gould; Three sisters, Mrs. Myrtle aster of Trumann, Mrs. Ollie elaney of Light, Ark., and Vs. Ethel Stone of Bono, Ark.; A brother, Gus Scott of Wal- 11, Ark., Twenty grandchildren end ight great • grandchildren. Mrs. Webb Mrs. Ada Webb of Osceola led Saturday in a Campbell, lo., nursing home. She was 83. She had lived in Osceola 38 years and was a Baptist. She leaves three sons, Noel Berkley of Kentucky, Bernice Berkley of Port Huron, Mich., and Holland.Berkley of Covington, Tenn., Five step-sons, Walter and Joe Webb, both of Steclc, Bart and David Webb, both of Burdette, and Eldy Webb of Blytheville; Three daughters, M,s. Ethel Taylor of Golconria, 111., Mrs. Myrtle Collie of West. Branch, Mich., and Mrs. Olga Berry of Piggott, Ark.; Two step-daughters, Mrs. Aggie Parker of Indio, Calif., and Mrs. Mary Kennedy of Mira Loma, Calif.; And 30 grandchildren. Services will be announced by Swift Funeral Home of Osceola. (Continued from Page One) heart transplant case in history, had not only a failing heart but impaired liver, kidney and lung functions brought on or aggravated by his cardiac trouble. These have kept him in critical condition since the transplant operation. The liver malfunction caused what was described as a serious setback Saturday, and that afternoon he was given a three- hour blood transfusion replacing 80 per cent of his blood volume in order .to remove impurities of the blood. Then Saturday night an en- largemnt of the gall bladder was noted and the operation was decided upon. Doctors said that during the gall bladder operation a biopsy disclosed some necrosis (death of ceils) of the liver. "We believe we have the necrosis stopped, and Mie extent of its area is not-believed too severe," they said. They added that they believed Kasperak's liver function was "not seriously impaired." DEMOCRATS (Continued from Page One) "smashing victory" this year despite "a few renegade ingrates within our party." Farley, 79, postmaster general under President Franklin D. Roosevelt, singled out for criticism two oilier opponents of Johnson's war plicies, New York's Sen. Kennedy and Sen. J. W. Fulbright, D-Ark. —Arkansas' Republican State Committee voted unanimously to send Gov. Winthrop Rockefeller to the GOP National Convention as a favorite son. The Arkansas governor has .irged his brother, New York's 3ov. Rockefeller, to announce lis candidacy for the GOP nom- naElon. —Also urging the New Yorker o enter the race was a newly ormed "Rockefeller for President" group in Washington, D.C. The group said it would >ork to get capital Republicans o unite in a draft-Rockefeller movement. this plants ITIZEN (Continued from Page One) nd Mrs. Lyman Reed of Green- ille, Miss.; Nine grandchildren and 13 reat - grandchildren. Services will be held at 3 .m. today at the First Baptist hurch in Caruthersville with ev. Howard Ray, Rev. Paul urrie, and Rev. William Barett officiating. Burial will be in Prairie rove Cemetery in Carutherg' ille, Mo., with Smith's Funeral ome in charge of arrange- lents. SPA f E PO WER may be represented in the future by t mock-up of a NERVA (Nuclear Engine for Rocket -Vete AEC'an,w P r^ C fi, g0 reC ^ tly by - th , e Atomic Euer & Commission. NERA i, be AECs answer to the need for a single nuclear rocket engine that could provide con" Sue" y - and spacecraft chores - *• piace New Image No Chubby Legs WASHINGTON (AP) - The Federal Housing Administration says it never advised anyone that wearing miniskirts in cold weather could result in diubby legs. But the agency says someone is pulling its leg. An FHA spokesman said someone using agency stationary issued a false memo warning female employes their legs would grow fat if their dresses were short in cold weather. The bogus advice later appeared in the news media. GET AWAY FROM LOYAL JOHN SMITH BOSTON (AP) - Capt. John Smith, the English explorer, gave New England its. name when he explored its shores in 1614. PHILADELPHIA (AP) Now it's official: The City of Brotherly Love is bowing out of its self-proclaimed race with New York City for the title of "Fun City, U.S.A." New York's Mayor John Lindsay proclaimed the title for the metropolis but Philadelphia's then city representative, Abe Rosen, felt his hometown was just as swinging as New York. Rosen tried everything from full-page newspaper ads to personal television apeal to project a fun-city image. Now comes a new city representative, S. Harry Galfand, ivho took over the job Jan. 1 when Rosen moved on to head !he city's Trade and Convention Bureau. Galfand says he things of Philadelphia as "a good family city. "I'm not so sure it's bad to lave that kind of reputation being known for a great art museum and education center —rather than being thought of as a city of swingers," he says. . g HOW DO YOU PRACTICE for moon landingst One answer may be this Lunar Landing Training Vehicle, built as a wingless, free-flying simulator of the module that may ferry spacemen from an orbiting space; capsule to the lunar surface. A 4,300-pound .thrust turbofan engine lifts five-sixths of the Vehicle's weight, for .training purposes, and the remaining one-sixth gravity is comparable to gravity on the moon. Astronaut* seated in the cockpit at left, therefore, can maneuver in a moohlike situation by controlling two small rocket engines. '".'"'."_ Church Attendance Up NEW YORK (AP) - The Na- :ional Council of Churches reports that estimated church membership in the United States has risen to 125,778,656— about 1.1 million more, than t!ie .24,682,422 reported a year ago. "he new figure was reported Car Kills Man In Freak Accident VAN NUYS, Calif. (AP). Police blamed a bag of groceries for the death of a 69-year-old man. Officers gave this ac count: James Edward McKinney lef his car in front of his iiouse Sunday to open a driveway gate While he was at the gate, his wife slid across the front seat t take the wheel. A large bag of groceries fell from the seat and depressed the accelerator pedal. The car lurched into McKinney. Potent Police Pen BRIDGEPORT, Conn. (AP) — Mayor Hugh C. Curran is re quiring all police patrolmen to carry cartridge pens while on duty. The practice is not part of an increase in administrative work. Each "pen" contains a pressurized cartridge of tear gas, designed to aid polciemen in facing unruly crowds. INTERIOR IS ROCKY BOSTON (AP) - In general, Man Delayed By Party Line While Home Burns NASHVILLE, Mich. (AP)', - Fire.destroyed a rural Nashville home over the wsekend after a neighbor, Wesley Friend, said he spent seven minutes trying to convince a person on his party line to hang up so he could call the fire department. No .one was injured in the blaze, which burned out a two- story frame home 10 miles north of Nashville. The owner oi the home, Noah Keith, and his family were not home when the fire broke out. Roy Arnold . ' Roy. Arnold of Alicia, Ark, father of Mrs. W. R. Summerville, a teacher at S u d b u r y School, died yesterday in a Newport hospital. Services will be held in Alicia. TOKYO (AP) - The Agriculture - Forestry Ministry is experimenting with pills to substitute for mulberry leaves as food for silk worms. The ministry say it has been experimenting for one year and :he results appear promising. The pills .contain powdered mulberry leaves, pulverized soy- jean, glucose, organic acid, yeast and minerials. The ministry says the pills PRIVILEGES AUTHORIZED AS SECOND CLASS MAIL BIythevlIlt Courier Newi BLYTHEVILLE. ARK. ZIP - 72315 ' Harry W. Baltics, Publisher 3rd at Walnut .St. Blytheville, Ark. Published daily except Sunday Second class postage paid at Blytheville. Ark. in Biytheville and towns in thf Blytheville trade territory. HOME DELIVERV RATES Dally 35 C per wee* BST MAIL PAYABLE IN ADVANCl Within all miles of RlythevlUe 58.00 per year More than 50 miles from Blither!!* S18.00 per year Services By COBB FUNERAL HOME Mrs. Rodgers Mrs. Maude Rodgers, 79, of Hornersville, Mo., died early Saturday morning in ttie Presnell Hospital at kennett following a long illness. She had lived in Hornersville for the past 12 years, was member of the American Legion Auxiliary there, and was a Methodist. She leaves two sons, Robert W. Rodgers of Hornersville and Richard F. Rodgers of Richmond, Calif.; One daughter, Mrs. Una Wood- ion of Hornersvillfi; Two brothers, Robert A. Bar of California and W. L. Baker of Kennett, Mo.; Bight grandchildren and two great • grandchildren. Services were today at 2 p.m. n the First Baptist Church in fornersville, Rev. James Marar officiating. Burial was in Oak Ridge Cemetery In Kennett with Howard Funeral Servica of Blytheville in charge. >unday night in '1968 Yearbook Churches." New England is made up of a would be safe against destruc- low coastal plain and two rocky "IT TAKES 40 FINGERS TO COUNT THE WAYS WE PUT ELECTRICITY TO WORK" What about your family? Take a look around the room right now. How many different places is electricity at your command?. And think of the other rooms in your home,... You put electricity to work in dozens of ways every day—cooking, cleaning, lighting, even entertaining. Can you think of anything, else that gives so much value for so little cost? Ark-Mo Power Co.

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