The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 29, 1968 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, January 29, 1968
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(Ark.) Courtar News — Monday, January It, 19M — Fag* Flv» Pueblo's Location Factor In Incident By JAMES MARLOW ' WASHINGTON (AP) - The first reaction in this country was dismay that this might mean another war, astonishment that it could happen at all, and anger that it did happen. Secretary of State Dean Rusk said, "My strong advice to the North Koreans is cool it." In the six days since the North Koreans captured the USS Pueblo, an electronic spy ship, and forced it into Wonsan Harbor with 83 men aboard, the mood in this country seems to have cooled a bit, too. President Johnson led the cooling. Ignoring some of the hawk cries in Congress, he set about trying to get the ship back in a peaceful way, first by appealing to the Russians to intercede, then to the United Nations. If the cooling keeps on, but the peaceful efforts fail, this country may find it embarrassing to take military action at all without some fresh Korean provocation that arouses American anger all over again. The possible products of military action would, by themselves, be enough to make John,son hesitate before trying it. But another factor may be the cloudy condition of the whole Episode. In the first place, there is the unresolved dispute between the United States and North Korea on where the Pueblo was when it was captured. This country insists it was in WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chickasawba District Mississippi County, Arkansas. Lawrence T. Schrimp, Plaintiff, vs. , No. 17477 Carol A. Schrimp, Defendant. The defendant, Carol A. Schrimp, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named In the caption hereof and answed the complamt of the plaintiff, Lawrence T. Schrimp. Dated this 4th day of January, 1968 at 2:10 o'clock p.m. GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk By Opal Doyle, D. C. H. G. Partlow, Jr., Attorney Everett E. Harber, Atty Ad Litem 1-8, 15, 22, 29 WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chickasawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. RUBY MILLER GOLDEN, Plaintiff vs. No. 17486 JAMES VERNON GOLDEN, ' Defendant. The defendant, James Vernon Golden is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Ruby Miller Golden. Dated this 12th day of January, 1968 at 1:45 o'clock P.M. GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk By Betty Coats, D. C. Leon Burrow, Attorney James M. Gardner, Atty Ad Litem 1-15, 22, 25, 2-5 international waters, more than 12 miles off the Korean coast. The North Koreans insist it was spying within Korean territorial waters. There is not much doubt .he electronic ship was spying, in or out of Korean waters, and ihat that was its mission. On Jan. 24, the day after the Pueblo's capture, the North Korean delegate to the military armistice commission in Panmun- jom, Korea, Maj. Gen. Pak ihung Kook, told the U.S. delegate, Rear Adm. John V. Smith: On Jan. 20 he had complained to the Americans that the United States had sent a "number of armed spy boats" into North Korean waters, along with a group of South Korean fishing boats which were used as a shield. Despite his complaint on Jan. 20, Pak said, the United States did the same thing on Jan. 21, Jan. 22, Jan. 23 (when the Pueblo was taken) and even the next day, Jan. 24. Adm. Smith replied that Pak's statements were "wild" but promised to investigate. This makes for a cloudy picture. And, since the United States has to be concerned about world opinion before it takes any fierce action in Korea it has the Korean charges to think about. It also has to think about the kind of military action it might take. If it moved into Wonsan Harbor to blast the fortifications and sink the Pueblo, so the North Koreans couldn't keep it, they might retaliate by executing the 83 men captured on the Pueblo. Besides, if the United States started blasting the Wonsan area or other parts of North Korea, it might precipitate a war all over again by the North NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has filed with the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control of the State of Arkansas, for a permit to sell and dispense beer at retail on the premises described as: Kelly's Rose, 615 E. Main, Blytheville, Mississippi County Arkansas. < •• . The undersigned states that he is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or other crime involving moral turpitude; that no license to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within five years last past; and that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the law of this state, or any other state, relative to the sale af alcoholic liquors. Application la for permit to be issued for operation beginning on the 25th day o! Jan., 1968, and to expire on the 30th day of June, 1968. Elizabeth Kelly, Applicant Subscribed and sworn to be: fore me this 25th day of Jan., 1968. Charles A. Hindmin, Notary Public. My Commission expire* Dto. 14, 1989. 1-29,2-5 against South Korea. Still worse, Red China, as It did in the first Korean war, might move in against the United States. And there's no telling what the Soviets might do. When he made his accusations on Jan. 24, Pak told the United States all it has to do is admit "military provocation" (with the spy ship), apologize and assure North Korea "you will not recommit such criminal acts." Judging from the way American emotion has cooled down, and the delay that will be inevitable if the United Nations gets involved, the answer to all this may be some form of American-Korean compromise. EG&PE152aes Jan. 2!* ELECTION (Continued from Page One) Brogdon, A. J. Brown, Jr., Mrs. Archie Buchanan and Mrs. Bobby Beaugarcl. Miss. County Health Unit Ward 4C — Mrs. Charles Brock Jr., Mrs. Richard A. Reid, Charles Bell, Mrs. Cletis Barlow, Mrs. Billie Bowen. Miss. County Lbr. Co. — Ward 5A — Mrs. Cullen Dixon, Mrs, Don Prevallet, Ralph Todd, Don Estes and Mrs. Ralph Todd; Taylor's Fish Market — Ward 5B — Jim Justus, Mrs. I m o Blankenship, Rev. E. H. Jones, Mrs. Carrie B. White, Mrs. Nicie Brown and Mrs. Alice Ware. Doyle's Serv. Sta. — Ward 5C — Leon Oenning, R. C. Knip- WARNING ORDER IB the Chancery Court, Chickasawba District Mississippi County, Arkansas. SHIRLEY ANN PINKERTON, Plaintiff, vs. No. 17476 JOHN PINKERTON, Defendant. The det'endant, John Pinkerton, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Shirley Ann Pinkerton. Dated this 4th day of January, 1968 at 2:10 o'clock p.m. GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk By Betty Coats, D. C. H. G. Partlow, Jr. Attorney Everett E. Harber, Atty Ad Litem 1-8, 15, 22, 29 QUICK QUIZ Q — What is an atom? A — It is the smallest division of matter which constitutes an element. The word "atom" is taken from the Greek and means something that cannot be divided. Q — Which is the world's largest gulf? A — The Gulf of Mexico, which forms a huge ocean basin covering 700,000 square miles. Q. - Which is the shortest book in the Bible? A — The Second. Epistle of John, with 13 verses. Q - When did the first book appear in which Sherlock Holmes was a character? A — Sir Arthur Conan Doyle introduced Sherlock Holmes in "A Study in Scarlet," published in 1887. Q - What kind of. blood do horseshoe crabs have? A - Blue blood, like that of crustaceans and most mollusks, : with the same copper base. .Q — What city has the largest landlocked harber in the world? A — San Fransisco, Calif. Q — Are any original copies of the Bible extant? WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chickasawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. BETTY S. WARD, Plaintiff, vs. ' No. 17487 BILLY W. WARD, Defendant. The defendant, Billy W. Ward is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Betty S. Ward. Dated this 12th day of January, 1968, at 4:00 o'clock P.M. GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk By Betty Coats, D. C. Graham Partlow, Jr., Attorney Everett E. Harber, Atty Ad Litem 1-55, 22, 29, 2-5 WARNING ORDER No. 17485 In the Chancery ourt of Mississippi County, Ark., Chickasawba District. The Paul Revere Life Insurance Company, et a) Plaintiffs vs. Johnny Lee Overton, et al Defendants The defendant, Johnny Lee Overton is hereby warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the com plaint of the Plaintiff, The Paul Revere Life Insurance Company. Witness my hand and the seal of said court this 12th day of January, 1968. : GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk By Betty Coats, D. C. Spears •& Sloan, Attorneys West Memphis, Ark. 1-15, 22, 29, 2-5 Btumiirdner. Boi Elder R. 6. Galyean, Don Brewer, Parnelland Paul Himkapillcr. Reiser J. C. Hunt, Alton Hall, Char- Ralph Buck, Buel Galyean and les B. Robinson, Henry Mills Jack Dunning. Manila Fire Station — Rev. Jack Glass, James Worlham, Odell Holsclaw, Mrs. Flora Johnson and Mrs. Eva McCullough. Lost Cain Schoolhouse — Sam Fincher, Donald each and Mrs. Jimmie Baugher. Burdette Burdette Gin — Herman Hart Elmer Cole, R. M. Aycock, Mrs. C. D. Hood and Francis Thompkins. Swayne Twp. Gin office — Ed Permenter, Logan Rozell, Sarah Moore, Jolene Hanna and Thelma Reeder Luxora Doctor's Clinic — Mrs, Susie Barch, Mrs, Sam Bowen, W. L. and Maurice E. Little. Driver — Lowrance Bros. Store — Jerry Cullom Jr., Inez Kincaid, J. L. Tranum, Mrs. Collie Lowrance and Carolyn Nicholson. Carson Lake — Cromer Bros. Store — Richard Cromer, H. A. Segraves, Millard C. Smith, Paul GOBLE AND Eugene Whit Golden Lake Twp. Wilson Store — Gilbert Lynch Billy Joe McAfee, Jim McCullar, Mrs. Masao Sano and Mrs. John Crain Jr. Pecan Point pie, Mrs. Gene Russell, V. D. Hanna, W. J. Hanna and Mrs. Haley and Luella Terry. Yarbro | Bessie E. Hall. Fletcher Twp. Valleyfield Gin - George Oil-1 Victoria Store - Johnny E. lahunty, Gerald Wheeler, Billy ; pa V. F red Taylor, Robert Sto- Joe Nelson, Mrs. George DiHa-jvall, Mrs. J. E. Raper and Ibby hunty, and Mrs. David Miles. Chick Twp. i Courthouse — R. F. Kirshner, W. H. Caldwell, James L. Parley, Jerry D. Halsell and Bill' Bracey. Langston Store — J. N. Smothermon, W. T. Metzger, Jr,, Jerry Hollingsworth, Mrs. J. N. |Tate. Osceola Drainage Dist. Office — Alfred McFarland, R. F. Kinningham, C. E.Dean, Henry Shaw and Doris Sulcer. Osceola Lumber Co. — R. E. Prewitt, Bill Ellzey, J. S. McCants, Mrs. Nathan Weinberg Smothermon and Mrs. Reece and Betty Sue Conway. Moore. 40 & 8 Store — W. E. Hagan, Bert Hardesty, W. T. Metzger, Mrs. Weldon McCann and Mrs. Joe Seibert. Canadian Twp. Armorel Store — Harvey Tillman, Lewis A s h m o r e, Bud Harshman, Mrs. T. 0. Galloway and James Thomas. Clear Lake Twp. Home Gin — Mrs. I. M. McHaffey, Charles Roy Lutes, ance Dixon, Mrs. J. T. Stalcup and Russell Eubanks. Bowen Twp. Gosnell High School — Harold Gestring, Roy McKay, Woodrow Cook, C. L. Patterson and J. W. Rea. Half Moon Richardson Store — C. W. Garrigan, Claude Duncan and Ervin Alexander. • Dell City Hall — Bill Kerner, Bobby Cooper, E. H. Prewett, Mrs. Lois A. Crawford and Mrs. Clementine Welbprn. Blythevilie Absentee Courthouse — Christine Grady, J. B. Garrett, Maureen Morris, Mrs. .Lucille Watson and I Holland Aiken. Neal Twp. City Hall — Nelson Henry, Curtis Allen Wilson, W. L.' Bryant, Jimmie Kennett and John and BETTY Sue Conway. ' Buchanan Chevrolet — Mrs. Bob Kendrick, Clearance Grigsby, Elizabeth Brown, W i 1 m a Bass Rutledge and Anna Griffith. Chitwood Farm Equipment — Joel Howard, Mrs. Monroe Maxwell, Mrs. A. W. Marler, Mrs. John Enochs and Helen B. Brooks. Morris Hardware — Lowell Conway, Darrell Brothers, Mrs. Gene Henderson, Mrs. Dane Fergus and Mrs. Robert Childress. County Library — Mrs. Mattie Rozelle, W. 0. Frazier, Mrs. Ralph Vailes, Mrs. Arthur Rogers and Mrs. Diane Kimbrough. Monroe Twp. (East of 1-55) Robert Holthouse, Harry Matlock, Clyde Whistle, P. D. Johnson and Mrs. Ann Edrington. Monroe Twp. (West of 1-55) Charles R. Coleman, Harold Sexton, C. B. Jarrett, Ted V. MORE CANCER RESEARCH KOHALA, Hawaii (AP) - A jellyfish that has shown promise in producing an anticancer agent is being studied by Dr. Frank L. Tabrah, assistant professor of clinical pharmacology in the University of Hawaii's School of Medicine. Dr. Tabrah has been experimenting with an abstract from She tenacles of sea creatures in the treatment of mouse cancer. He scooped up the jellyfish — shaped like an eight-inch dinner plate with a knobby teacup on top and trailing its tentacles from the central mass — in Hawaii Island's Kawaihae Harbor. The tentacles, he said, yielded a substance which appeared potent in arresting cancer in laboratory mice. Dr. Tabrah said the creature is a specimen of Cephea coni- fera, a species common to the seas around Samoa and the Carolines. Henry Wood, R. C. Branch Jr., Mrs. Henry Wood, Mrs. E. B. Chiles Jr., and Mrs. Betty B. Johnson. Joiner Cily Hall — Fred Alexander, Bob L. Smith, D. W. Watson, Mrs. Annie Johnson and James E. Terry. Whilton School Morris Wright, Troy Demon, Bill Smith, Phillip Forrester and C. L. Denton Jr. Dycss Mrs. Lynn Cox, Kenneth Mathews, J. J. Allen, David E. Doss and Lonie M. Doss. Dyess Twp. Louis R. Yates, A. A. Garey, I. B. Keathors, Luther C. Warhurst and John Wallace. Litlle River Gin Wilmar C. Smith, Virgil J. Ashley Sr. Floyd R. Anderson, Russell J. Girdley and Harold E. Cook. Mllilgan Ridge ; -H' Caldwell Gin — Harry buna- vant, Calvert E. Bell, Calvin D. Jackson,- Kibble Holt and Dewey W. Blake, Etowah -•• •••: Etowah Store — Vance Mice; Allen Melheny, Carl He^a'rd, Mrs. Vance Mace and Anderson A. Wilmolh, J West Ridge West Ridge Store — William E. Bradford, W. B. Tyer, L. G. Shelton, Dennis Garner and Leon Spears. Bomlsville George Dewey May, Arthur Bonds, C. C. Lee, Bryan ponds and Juanita Rider. ;' Bassett / Hugh L. Adams, Mrs. Metty Hugh L. Adams and Mrs.' John; ny Felts. . "•:• ;: J. M. Speck, Bill McCain,>J* lia Mae Williams, Mrs. Viol* Diggs and Martha Clark. Card Of Thanks We would like to take this opportunity to express our appreciation to our many friends and neighbors for the food and the beautiful flowers during the death of my husband, Mr Freddie Williams. , -,.,, I would like to send special thanks to the Blythevilie. Police Department. May God bless you all. , , .':'_. Mrs, Josiephine Williams and family Lake's Size Varies The size of Great Salt Lake varies greatly from one season to the next, and from one year to the next. The area of the lake is affected by the rainfall and . the water withdrawn amount amount of of from tribuatary rivers for irri- gational purposes. Her Honors Amelia Earhart, famous American aviatrix lost on a flight, was the first woman to receive the Distinguished Plying Cross and the gold medal of the National Geographic Scoiety. Anniversary Celebrat YOUR PAINT HEADQUARTERS SALES MANAGEMENT TRAINEE METROPOLITAN LIFE INS. CO. has a career opportunity due to expansion in Mississippi County. Extensive home office training program. Salary Open. Contact Mrs. Digs? at FO 2-2035. CERAMIC TILES Odd Lots - All Different Colors Were 58c Sq. Ft. Now While A Ac They Last AV sq. ft. Eubanks Flooring Ph. PO 3-6092 Gf T ACQUAINTED WITH NEW MANAGEMENT ONE HOUR MARTINIZING LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANING PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL TUESDAY — WEDNESDAY — THURSDAY — FRIDAY ANY PLAIN SHORT GARMENTS • PANTS • PLAIN SKIRTS • SPORT COATS • SWEATERS • LIGHT JACKETS 99 FOR Totally Cleaned A Pressed 1 HOUR DRY CLEANING SERVICE .... 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