The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 5, 1968 · Page 1
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 1

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 5, 1968
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T»» — Ryfltivfflt (Art.) Courier new» - Tuesday, Mar* I, OH u Will Apology h free Pueblo? f By JOHN M. HIGHTOWEU I North Korea's broadcast ef a i AP Special Correspondent letter to President Jolinson •WASHINGTON (AP)-18 ad-1 which Pyong Yang Radio said ministration officials ar« trying was signed by all 82 crew mem- (o determine whether any U.S. admission of guilt and apology to North Korea would win re- Ifcase of the intelligence ship Pueblo and 82 surviving crew- rhen captured six weeks ago. 1 The basic problem President The contents of the letter had already been dispatched to Die President by U.S. negotiators at Panmunjom Korea, who had received it from North Korean representatives. Johnson and his advisers face isj The letter claimed the Pueblo whether the United Stales can or should admit and apologize tor something—the Pueblo's alleged intrusion into North Korean territorial waters—which officials say they don't believe "intruded into the territorial waters" of North Korea at five different points. It said the crewmen beliee "our repatriation can be realized only when our government frankly admits Hie ship did. " line fact that we intruded into ; . The apology issue came into j the territorial water of North sharp public focus Monday with 'Korea) and committed hostile Daily Record Weather U. S. Weather Bureau Agricultural Service Reiser, Ark. Drying conditions good today and Wednesday and poor to- nighl. Dewpoints in Hie mid teens lo mid 20s. " Eighty percent or more of possible sunshine today and Wednesday. No precipitation of consequence expected through Thursday. Southwesterly winds 10 In 20 miles per hour, diminishing at nighi. ; The oulalook for Thursday is partly cloudy and mild. YMtcrdny's high—33 • Overnlsht Jo\v—31 • Precipitation previous 24 hour* (to 7 H in. today)—none rrcclpluitton Jan. 1 to dnt«— 4.21 Sunset todny—S :5t) Sunrise tomorrow—fi:25 This llatc \ Vi'ar Ago ' Yesterday's lllfill—73 Overnight !o\v—GO PvecipiuUon Jnn. \ to dntft—3.11 World Deaths HEMPSTEAD. N.Y. (AP) Abram Newman, 87, who retired in 1057 as circulation manager of the now defunct New York Mirror, died Monday. .CAMDEN. N.J. (AP) - \V. Stewart Hollingshead, 64, board chairman and chief executive officer of the R. M. Hollingshead Corp., died Monday. Markets Open High Low Chicago Wheat Mar. 145% 146V4 145% May 150% 150 7 /s 150% July 151% 152 151% Chicago Soybeans Mar llK's 272 4 /4 272% May 276% 27fi r ;s 276'/4 July 27914 2791« 278ft New York Stocks Texas GS Chrysler . RCA AT & T Dow Xerox GM Pan Americ Ford Whotise US Steel Curtis Tub lomsal Amcr. Motors Sears Parke Davis , Gen. Elect Beth. Steel Reynolds Tob Standard NJ Holiday Inn Ark-La Ark-Mo (Bid) Divco-Wayne . OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) Tracey Strong, 80, former general secretary of the world alliance of the Young Men's Christian Association, died Sunday. Mrs. Cude Mrs. Sophronia Cude. 87, died yesterday morning while visiting a daughter in Mount Pleasant. Ark. She was a Leachville resident where she was a member of the Church of Christ. She leaves four sons. Melvin ude and John Cude, both of Leachville. Ernest Cude of Manila and Ishmael Cude of Atlanta, Ga.: Last 146% 150V4 151% 272% 276% 279 lll'A 51 45% 50'A 71 2.W:'i 74% 2014 4914 621'4 as-iii 9% 42% Ill's 57 7 ,a 2<H's 85% 29 43V4 67V4 . 40 , 35 : :i , IK-s . 44 acts and sincerely for these acts and gives assurance that they will not be repealed," . * * * The first concern of administration authorities was to try to determine the authenticity of Ihe signatures on the letter. ROADS (Continued from Ptge One) take from approximately 12 to 18 months, and the voters could was reported that the Panmun- jom negotiators were speeding the text to Washingon for sudy ol the signatures. The Idler's emphasis on admitting violations of North Ko- . I still reject the rewritten con- 1 stitution, and we would be right Stars' Mother Dies; Rites Thursday Mrs. Lola Ware Schlerholz, back where we started." * * + Coleman spoke again and suggested that "any funds for the mother of two Grand Ole maintenance of the c o u n t y! Opry stars and a Jamie record- roads should be used to pave ing artist, died yesterday in IIIIII lilt, » v\<ini«««'*j ~- .----.- I l UBUO oiivuiw u\. uwku »« |.™ • *• . •-• •. 1 ril_ rca's territorial waters and L onle flf lhese rural areas ratn . Cluckasawba Hospital. She was and and Mrs. Mrs. apologizing was reportedly in line with demands by North Korean negotiators in a series of closed Panmunjom meetings. The 10th such meeting was held Sunday night. It is underslood-althotigh not officially confirmed in Washington—that North Korea has indicated such steps by the United Slates could lead to the settlement of the Pueblo problem. Following North Korea's Jan. 23 seizure of the ship, U.S. offi- ^ cials denied the charge the i ^cans that we must try to keep j of Kerens, W. Va., Methodist Pueblo had violated North Ko-'as many of these 1,100 miles of Church, rean territory. They said it was. roa( | s j n serv iceable condition| She also leaves her mother, iMrs. Lina Wood of Valley "--d; brothers, Arnold Ware er lhan leaving it in the bank or spending it for gravel." "While it is true that last year Ihc county spent $182,000 for gravel lo be used on county roads," Banks said, "this is necessary because it costs from $30,000 lo $50,000 lo construct one mile of paved road. "There are 1,100 miles of roads within the. county, and, 67. The widow of George Wilhelm Scbierholz, she left three daughters, Miss Peggy Gayle Howell of Patterson, N. J., who records for Jamie, Wilma Lee Cooper Jerry Johnson C'olmus, both Grand Ole Opry performers at Nashville, Ten. Mrs. Schierholz was born in with the limited funds available ] Valley Head, W. Va., and had to us, we have to do the most j lived in the Blytheviile area good for the most people. This!since 1944. She was a member operating under orders to re-| as possible, main outside North Korea's 12- * mam mile limit. * * * The latest letter claim to be from the crew is one of a series of "confessions" alleged by North Korea to have come from the vessel's captain, Cmdr. Lloyd M. Bucher, and various other crew members. Officials said none of the five violations claimed in the latest letter was new because each of them had been referred to in one or another of the previous "confessions." What was new in the latest letter was the emphasis placed on expectation of the crew's release if the United States would ] lake Ihe actions proposed their appeal. "We do not doubt," the letter said, "that you will see us swiftly returned." "We are hampered in our ef- Head; Two forts each year by the winter and Lanta Ware, both of Valley weather which freezes and'Head; Nasser Comment Encourages U. S. i*a» Washington twtw thaws the roads, tearing them up, and requiring more gravel," Banks continued. "The only alternative I can see is the possibility of forming a county improvement district, but at this time I am not sure if the people in the county would be (or the idea," he said. r A sister, Mrs. Keifer Arbogast of Valley Head; Two grandchildren and three great - grandchildren. Thursday in Cobb Funeral rlome chapel, Rev. Virgil Keeley officiating. Burial will be in Maple Grove Cemetery. Moor(j sajd of lne improvement dislrict plan, but stated that "I think we need the state highway department's advice first on just exactly what we need in the way j of roads and ln total cost of an idea of the a building program." When Coleman asked Banks if he could get someone to meet with the road advisory committee at a later date to explain and outline the legal aspects of forming a county improvement district, Banks replied: "I will contact Graham Sudbury and M. R. Golden tf R Golden, 83. father of V. E. Golden of Blytheviile and; ask him to research the mat- he grandfather of Mrs. B i 1 11 tcr for us." :rowder of Blytheviile, died ""•' ,-londay in Tupelo, Miss, A retired barber, he was 83 'ears old. He also leaves his wife, Mrs, Sue Golden of Tupelo; And one other son, and three daughters. Services will be 3 p.m. today the Rasberry and McGrath Funeral chapel in Tupelo. Circle Meets Planned Circle Two of New B e t h e Church will meet nl 7 p.m. Wednesday night in the home of Mrs. Genola Canada. Circle One will meet Thursday night in the home of Mrs Louella Spears at 7 p.m. Installation services will be held Sunday at 2 p.m. for Junior Choir Two. Rev. G. H. Coinvay will he in charge of the ceremony. Guests will be True Light Baptist Church, West End Bap. list Church. Mount Miriah Bap list Church, Armorel Baptist Church and SI. Paul Church. Special guests will be the Su- preine Angels of Puxico, Mo. Will Brasfield Funeral services for W i 1 Three daughters. Mrs. E u 1 a Brasfield, 67, who died yes Snow of Leachville, Mrs. Izola 1 terday in Cluckasawba Hospital Pugh of Kaj^as City, Mo., and!will be conducted Thursday a Mrs. Helen Fulbright of Mount: n a.m. in Ihe Grumpier FuPleasam: neral Home chapel. And 19 grandchildren. Services will be p.m. tomorrow at the L e a c h v i 11 e Church of Christ. Burial will be ! Zion Cemeterv. Rev. Jerry Pankey, assisted by Rev. R. T. Shipp, will officiate and burial will be in Ml in Leachville Cemetery, Howard Funeral Service in charge. He leaves no immediate sur CORRECTION Your Blytheville Safeway Store DOES NOT Give Double Gold Bond Stamps as stated in Monday's Grocery Ad. Safeway Tom Bledsoe Tom Bledsoe, 78, a retired farmer died Sunday In Ihe Manila Nursing Home. He was a native of Tennessee and had been a Dell resident 40 years. Obie Banks and the group then agreed before adjourning to meet at 7 p.m. at the River- iawn Country Club in Osceola on March 26 to discuss the improvement district idea further. Needs Another Name JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) - The Alaska House Resources Com- mitlee has introduced a resolution asking Congress not to use the terms "salmonella" or "sla- monellosis" in referring to a bacteria that causes food poisoning. The bacteria doesn't originate in a salmon, the resolution points out. But, it says. Ihe use of those words causes some people to think, it does, and that "drastically" reduces public consumption of the fish—a major industry in Alaska. He leaves a brother, Bledsoe of California; And a sister, Mrs. M a 11 i e Pollard of Marston, Mo. Services will be 2 p.m. Thurs- r day in Cobb Fvma-al Home, Sailor Fuel chapel, Rev. Curtis Bryant officiating. Burial will be in Elnf- SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — wood Cemetery. The French aircraft carrier Pallbearers will be Walter j Jeanne d'Arc, which sailed from Dyre, Clinton Smith Jr., C. A.jSan Francisco after a goodwill Smith. Ed Minyard, E. H. Pre-| visit, took on fuel and 3,500 gal- wctt and Arthur Tusing. I Ions of red wine. Services be 3:30 p.m. PRISON (Continued from page one) said they did not want to discuss the letter until they had read it. The letter was apparently mailed Monday. Another board member, Marshall Rush of Pine Bluff, could not be reached for comment. WASHINGTON (AP) - The Stale Department has termed encouraging President Gamal Abdel Nasser's reported withdrawal of this charge that U.S. planes helped Israel during the Middle East war last June. But department spokesman Robert J. McCloskey would not comment Monday on whether the Egypilan leader's statement in a Look magazine article might lead to restored diplomatic relations—which Nasser broke off June 6. * * * State Department experts have made clear that withdrawal of the charge would be a precondition for renewed relations. There was no immediate indication of Nasser's informed and rather cautious statement in the magazine interview would be considered adequate. The interiewer asked Nasser j if the charge that American and British planes provided Is-| rael with a "protective air um- did not know who they were. Kolb also said that he "technically" still considered Murton a candidate for the position. "I think he has done a tremendous job at Tucker and is doing a fine job at Cummins," Kolb said. He said, however, that he was I bothered by the "difficulties! that have arisen in interpersonal relationships" and some of the fiscal problems. Kolb and Currie told Murton Saturday that they considered him to be in the running for the new post. Haley and Rush said they would not consider Murton and Lytle indicated he would vote against Murton's appointment. brella" was "based on suspicion and faulty information." "You could say that yes," Nasser was qooted as replying. Nasser and King Hussein of Jordan made the accusation on June 6, the first day of the war with Israel, and Nasser broke off Egyptian-U.S. diplomatic relations the same day. King Hussein has acknowledged publicly and repeatedly that the charge was false. He since the war. Shipwreck Spot More than 130 shipwrecks have occurred around the Falkland Islands in the South Atlantic Ocean because of t h « strong winds, which average i about 25 miles per hour, and a j lack of beacons. 1 ~ MoreComfortWearlnq FALSE TEETH i To overcome discomfort when < dentures silo, slide or loosen. Just i wriuklTa little FASTEETH on your plates. PASTEETH holds dentures flvmer. 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