The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 22, 1968 · Page 1
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- TrM«y. "ill Roundup (C«nt)BMd from Fife Oat) '.Secoy, San Francisco; eight grandchildren and six great "i-'^.-.i. JA MORE THAN 1M needy people have been scheduled r i6 receive Sothlng from Mississippi County Union Million during next several days, "We have 100 peope } %e In' Saturday, Monday and Tuesday and about 80 s %day,v Mission' Supt. Paul Kirkindall reported, • " "We desperately need clothing of all sorts, but w« need shoes and chidrcn's clothes.' NIXON from page one) eid«*J making trie race. Rockefell's press secretary, Leslie Slo%«aW, "It was an agonizing decision. This weighed heavily i'nim. Aiiomer source said Rockefeller^came to the decision last weekend, He confided it to Slote und'State Atty. Gen. Louis Letkowitz Wednesday in an air- plan* taking them frwn New YofK to Albany. More going to the press conference Thursday, Rockefeller telephoned his wife who is vacationing in the Caribbean, He plans to join her at Dorado Beach in Puerto Rico this weekend,- Slote said. Reaction to the governor's withdrawal poured in from all corners of the country within minutes after ht announced his decision. bne of the" first messages eaW from Sen. Barry Goldwa- t<* of Arizona, who defeated Rockefeller for the Republican nomination in a bitter battle in 1964. Relations between them h|ve been strained ever since. Gfiidwater telegraphed the governor: ... . ^"Congratulations on your cou- rigebus and intelligent decision, Ynur position willVcontribute immeasurably to 'a 1968 victory for trie Republican party and even njore importantly for this great ration. Barry." 'Rockefeller immediately picked up the telephone and called Goldwater in Arizona. Slote said their conversation vjas "warm and personal. They have renewed their friendship." (And there were these comments: .. i^ixon—"I am not home yet. I don't take anything for granted. The governor, 1 think, took a responsible .position. After all, he is a leading contender. Me is the governor of. a major state, and has been a party leader of great importance in the country for some time." £ ' * * ' * After arriving in Madison to resiime his campaign for Wisconsin's April 2 presidential primary, Nixon said, "I will continue to campaign as I have. Bufcal this point, because of the ne\| developments, I will extend myjfschedule geographically. "I will not concentrate as much, say in Oregon, as 1 had previously intended.". Sen. John G. Tower of Texas, a GOP conservative uncommitted* on the presidential nomination;—"The governor still didn't preclude himself from eventually Becoming a candidate. I don't think it is locked up for Nixon." Gov, Winthrop Rockefeller of Arkansas, brother of the New York governor—"Even in my di^ppointment, 1 am happy thai he made what he felt to be th£best decision for him, the Republican party and for the gen. Thruslon B. Morton, R- Ky-,-, who, rumor said, would be Rockefeller's campaign manag- ere-"I think Gov. Rockefeller could have given to my party the kind of leadership it needed. His chances of getting the nomi- na'tion are rather dim." Morton said he thinks it is possible but not probable that Rockefeller tcrs Tuesday in Annapolis, laid ;ie would h&ve to re-examln* ils position. He said he still believed Rockefeller would be the b«it GOP candidate but "I question th« ability of the volunteer groups to hold the enthusiasm that's pouring out all over the country In the face of his announcement today." If Rockefeller had not removed his name from the Oregon ballot he would have clashed there with Nixon. A Rockefeller aide said, "The governor would have won easily in Oregon. But what would one primary prove?" Moreover, he said, the Oregon election would "not be the best forum" for Rockefeller to delineate his ideas on foreign and domestic policy. The source said Rockefeller has been working for several months "preparing material for use in shaping the Republican platform." The governor is chairman «( the Republican Governors Committee. In May, Rockefeller plans to visit five cities, hold hearing in each, and study their problems. In the news conference, he said: "I shall, in the months ahead, make known-in quiet party councils and in occasional pub- lie forums—my own positions orf major national and international issues. This must include, of course, the ordeal of Vietnam and the quest for peace." He was asked if he could state his views on Vietnam now and he replied: 'Sure. My position on Viet- No Aloha for Hippies LIHUE, KAUAI, Hawaii (AP) - Hippies and beach bums are wearing their welcome thin on tauai Island. Ralph Hirota, a ounty supervisor, says they hould be shown "they are not welcome and not wanted."'The aloha spirit, he told fellow su< pervisors Thursday, must be curbed. Only Got $711 NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - 'olice said a young gunman drove up to the drive-in window of a bank here Thursday, demanded $800 and left after a teller filled a bag with $711. IAN« SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) - In t« r« Mid Hlfh School have founded a newspaper they call "Bang." One student said, "It had to come out with a bang, we that Sirvices By COBB FUNERAL HOME INTEGRITY INFANT DAUGHTER of It. and Mn. Stephen J. Fuller, Friday in Mansfield, Maw. HU8SEI.L GA1NES — Services Friday mt z p.m. »i Cobb Chapel. RODNEY L- BANISTER — Services Friday at 3:30 p.m. In Cobb Chapel. Homes f AVIS YOU MONEY EV«Y flW Of f HI WAY! THE mlCHUHY 26' I It' wil 14'I U . ¥^-T7I ... 4' 1 M' P«"h '" d »' I 21' !«<(• ver'anywhere,.do th« heavy erection completely encloin your, home, «nd furnish wm'pl«t« finishing materials lor inside and out at a firm price. You c«n do the «impl« finl»h- In, work yourself. OR you t»n iut>- contract for completion and still save! 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Tom McCall of Oregon, •JoRockefeller supporter— "jS-.shocked and dismayed." dBefore he made his announee- rrjiit, Rockefeller said he filed a|j|affidavit with the secretary ofcttBtate of Oregon, taking his in&e off the ballot in the Oregon primary, May 28. J5jt the same time, he instruct- efTtos staff to send telegrams to tSl numerous 'draft-Rockefeller mSvements around the nation, Ming them to halt their ct- Jjgs. gjBockefeller joined the explo- tMD of laughter that came when IwTMid he told these groups to ^jfcctaw-^I mean, desist." yiaryltnd Gov. Spire- T. Ag- nftr, a leader of the drift Rockefeller movement who had established iU national headquar- nam is very simple. I haven't spoken on it because I haven't felt that there was any major' contribution that I had'to make. 1 think that our concepts as a nation and our actions have not kept pace wfth the changing conditions. And therefore our actions ape- not-completely relevant today to the realitise of the magnitude and' the complexity of the problem^ we face." He would not say. whether-he believes the U.S. should stop bombing Hanoi. * * * . In 1960, Nixon offered him the vice presidency and Rockefeller was asked it he would he receptive to the same offer now. He said he would not. Rockefeller's answers to questions about supporting Nixon went like this: Q. "Will you actively support and will you go out and campaign for the Republican nominee?" A. "Yes, T will." Q, "Does this mean that you will, if the majority of the. party should support Richard Nixon, that you will support Richard Nixon ast he nominee?" A. "I wiii support the nominee of the Republican party." Q. "Will you support Richard Nixon in the meantime?" ' A. "No, 1 will spend my lime on the issues, and the platform positions of the Republican party, thinking on those, and working with the party on those." Q. "Do you think Mr. Nixon can beat any of the Democratic contenders for the presidency?!' A. "It he's our candidate I hope it's true." Rockefeller will go to the GOP convention as New York's favorite son. He was asked whether he would release his dele- Daily Record Weather •yesterday's high — 4* Overnight low — 30 Preclpltntion preylourM fcaurs (tfl 7 a.m. today) —..34. A Precipitation Jan. l to d»t« — 8.93 Snowfall (to 8;30 a.m. today) — 3 0 Sunset today — 6;13' Sunrise tomorrow — O'QI This Dale fc YMT Agft Yesterday's high — 65 Overnight low — 39 Precipitation Jan. 1 to date — 6.73 World Deaths WATERLOO, Iowa (AP) — Karl C. von Lackum, 68, president of the W.H. Hartman Co., publisher of the Waterloo Daily Courier and Cedar Falls Daily Record, was found dead of a heart seizure Wednesday night at his home. Von Lackum was a grandson of the founder of'the Courier, William H. Hartman. WASHINGTON (AP) - John B. Adams, 58, publisher of U.S. Lady, a monthly magazine for military service wives and families, died of a heart attack Wednesday. His wife is editor ol the magazine. Adams formerly was a correspondent for the Co lumbia Broadcasting System in Rio de Janeiro and Washington. VIETNAM gates and he replied, "I hope to lead them, not release thm." In answer to another question, he said the candidacy of Sen. Robert F. Kennedy for the Democratic nomination had not played a part in his decision not to run. WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chickasawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. LOLA WRIGHT, Plaintiff vs. No. 17553 OSCAR WRIGHT, Defendant The defendant, Oscar Wright, is hereby warned to appear wi«h- in thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Lola Wright, D»t«d this 5th day of March, 1968 at 10:30 o'clock A.M. By GERALDUiE LISTON, Cltrk Ed B. Cook, Attorney ; Percy A. Wright, Atty Ad Lltem 3-7 M, 22, » (Continued from Pcgc One) continued on a reduced scale Thursday, with North Vietnamese gunners landing 110 rounds of artillery, rockets and mortars on the Marine base. But of possibly more significance was a 100-round barrage poured into two U.S. artillery strohgpoints that support Khe Sanh from the east, the Rock Pile and Camp Carroll. AP correspondent Edwin Q White reported from Da Nang that the shelling was the heaviest at Camp Carroll in some time and could be the beginning of a harassment campaign against the two bases. U.S. commanders believe thai before the North Vietnamese can make a serious attempt to overrun Khe Sanh, they must silence the big 175mm howitzers which back up Khe Sanh from the two posts to the east. . . * * + A new offensive thrust by the U.S. 9th infantry division to secure the main food line from the Mekong Delta to Saigon was announced by the U.S. Command the sixth allied operation disclosed in the last two days. Named "Operation Peoples Road" and centered 40 miles southwest of Saigon, its goal is to secure the frequently cut Na tional Route 4, The operation was launched March 1, but th> U. S. Command said there' has been only light contact so far with 19 Viet Cong killed and one U. S. soldier wounded. Your Paper Boy •"SWOTSt 4 — - —, courier mm Wlikl- — _ H.M «.»<*«»,£ I FordD 3 And the Ford and Torino fastbacks actually cost no more than hardtop*. All in all, Ford Daalart give you a choice of 5 fattbackt. Nobody •lit matches thatl Two big FordfaMbacks-tht sporty XL and the popular-priced Galaxie 500. !n the intermediate alze there's the luxurious Torino GT and Pairlane 500- America't lewest-prieed fae*act And then there's the fastback that started the swing to this new look-Mustang 2+2. That's five-and if yo.u want a hardtop with formal roof styling, your Ford Dealer has eleven of those, toe. 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