The Daily Times-News from Burlington, North Carolina on February 3, 1968 · Page 5
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·A BorltojtoB (N.C.) Times-News, Saturday, Feb. 3,1968 ANOTHER (Continued From Page 1-A) ea "forgives me generously ind allows me to return home, I vill never again associate my- elf in such activities. I will op- administra- SCOTT , i (Continued From Page 5-A) i Boston, 'closed' meeting in the Legisla-[ A similar appeal for leniency ture or in any state agency ex j in an alleged confession Jan. 24 cept in a very few situations/by the Pueblo's captain, Cmdr. Scott added Lloyd Bucher, touched off spec- , irprtain | v wh( , r ^ ^\ ar i^ of ulation the North Koreans might Certainl y. where salaries of be setting the stage to release individuals are discussed or the crew on humanitarian where land is being purchased grounds following admissions of by the state, there might be oc- "guilt." Harris' purported casion for private meetings," statement ne said « But in aU other caseSi that the Pueblo was prohibited tenzed bv covenants openly ar- from transmitting any radio or [rived at. And I believe this con- radar messages during the op- 'cept should be implemented in eration to escape detection. All local government as well." ose the Johnson ion's policy of aggression igainst other countries when I eturn to the United States even f I am forfeited from my com- oission as a U.S. naval offi- er." "I now humbly beg for all the tindness in the hearts of the Korean people to allow me to ee my dear wife and mother is early as possible." Harris' rife, the North Koreans said, is'information was to be reported Scott recalled that during the n Canada and his mother hi,at the home port, it said. 1967 General Assembly, legislation was introduced to forbid closed sessions of legislative committees. He said, "While this is a matter that will and should be decided by the General Assembly, I want to go on record as favoring such legislation and pledging the persuasion of the governor's office to see that such a measure is enaci- ed" OPEN SUNDAY It © Htt br NU, kc 1-17 'On the bright side, I'm relatively free from temptation!" Ladles', Teens' £ Misses' "Penny" "Brass Buckle Loafers ...Your Choice Loafers for the girl that likes Jo be in the swing and knows quality, too Soft, pliable leather-like scuff resistant uppers Sleek lines of both accented by new gently rounded toe Ever popular "Penny" and n e w ' B r a s s Buckle styles Black and Cordo. Ladies' u«t 5-10, Misses' Black and Brown sizes 9 3 jf Plenty of Free Parking 518 N. CHURCH ST. Next To Big Bear Northgata Plaza The Family}Shoe,Center 7 Prices Good AH 60 Pic 'n Pay Stores! SECRET (Continued From Page 5-A) sounding boaid for their propa ganda indefinitely " Aorth Korea broadcast a pur- poited ' confession" of guilt bv Lt Stephen Robert Harris, 29 of Melrose, Mass , the Pueblo's research officer Harris \vas quoted as admitting that the Pueblo was ''deep in the coastal waters" of North Korea and saying- "I apologize for our crime" The United States maintains that the vessel was outside North Korean territorial \vaters when it was seized South Korean police said to- dav they killed one of the four 'emaimng members of a 31-man North Korean commando group that attempted to assassinate President Chung Hee Park in Seoul Jan 21 They said eight otLcers tipped off b\ civilian woodcutters pursued the mfi!- t t a t o r into hills 15 miles north of SPOU! Of the 31 raiders 27 h a \ e been killed and one captured ^ it 1961 by HEA, 1*e TM. !*§. U.S P* Off can't think of anyone we could get to come over toivght. Everybody knows you're trying to quit smoking!" 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Coleman Jr., 20, whose parents live at 909 Ingle St, Gibsonville, has een assigned as a driver in he 446th Transportation Com- any near Long Binh, Vietnam, lis wife, Mary Helen, lives on Rt. 2, Gibsonville. MARK S. BAXLEY Pfc. Mark S. Baxley, 20, son I Mr. and Mrs. Wade H. Baxey, Rt. 3, Graham, has completed a helicopter repair course at the Army Transportation School, Ft. Eustis, Va. During the 11-week course, he was trained in the repair and maintenance of the Army's cargo and t r o o p - c a r r ying helicopters. His wife, Linda, lives on Rt. 2, Elon College. Pierce Slated For Interview CHAPEL HILL (AP)-James fierce, coordinator of the Industrial Union Department of I the AFL-CIO for the southeastern United States, will be interviewed on the North Carolina News Conference Monday night over educational television. EXECUTOR'S NOTICE Having qualified as executor of the estate of George Elmer Knight, deceased late of Alamance County, North Carol na this Is to notify all persons having claims against the said estate to exhibit them duly verified, to the undersigned at 1417 Elm St Burlington, N C on or before the 3rd day of August 1968, or this notice will' be pleaded in bar of their recovery All persons indebted to the said estate will please make immediate set lement This the 3rd day of February, 1963 Ervln Conway Knijht, Executor, estate of George Elmer Knight, deceased Feb 3, 10, 17, 24 Mecklenburg Negro Seated CHARLOTTE (AP)-The first Negro member in the 53-year history of the Mecklenburg County Board of Health was seated Friday. He is Raymond P. Rorie, 47, a high school guidance counselor. NORTH CAROLINA A L A M A N C E COUNTY The undersigned, hovlng qualified as Administrator of the Estate of LUMAN H Walker, deceased, late of Alamance County, ttils is to notify all persons having claims against said estate ta present them to the undersigned on or before the 15th day of August, 1948 or this notice will be plMdetf in bar of their recovery. All presons indebted to said estate will please maKe immediate payment to the undersigned. This the 1st of February, 1968. E S W. Dameron, Jr 244 West Davis St (P O. Box 128) Burlington, N. C. Feb 3 10-17 J4 Control Tower Is Too Short KANSAS CITY (AP) - A $600,000 control tower was built four years ago at Kansas City International Airport but it's 61% feet too short So the city is going to spend $700,000 to build it 200 feet above the ground Workman will start new footings and build new walls outside the present structure, like a sleeve The airport will be bigger than originally planned A Federal Aviation Administration official explained "If we can't see all the runways, then the airport can't operate " Airliner Stuck Beside Runway GREENSBORO, N C (AP)Eighty passengers were aboard an Eastern Air Lines plane when it skidded off a runway and landed in the mud Friday at the Greensboro - High Point- Winston-Salem regional Airport No one was injured and the plane was not damaged. CRITICS (Continued From Page 5-A 1 ! well with the wounded receiving treatment and "the body of the man who died is be ng held." He gave no other details --While additional deployment of combat troops to Vietnam is always possible, "we have added the men that Gen Westmoreland has felt to be desirable and necessary" There are about 482,000 Americans there now, with a total commitment of 525,000 men, previously scheduled, to be accomplished by June 30 --He has no evidence the new raids in South Vietnam are connected with the Pueblo seizure but that experts he's talked with "believe there is a definite cun- nection " AREA (Continued From Page 3-A) when the hours will be 8 a m to noon. Jazz Band GREENSBORO - The Preservation Hall Jazz Band will appear in concert at 8 15 p m Sunday, Feb. 11, at Guilford College Dana Auditorium. The pre-Dixieland group are all old-time Negro performers with their heritage in the music of the marching funeral band, the days of Jelly Roll Morton, Box Deiderbeck, and turn-of-the- century New Orleans' Storyville and French Quarter. Tickets for the performance can be obtained from the Guilford College Student Union or by mail from Preservation Hall Concert, Guilford C o l l e g e , Greensboro. Pottery Exhibit RALEIGH -- An exhibition of pottery by Marguerite Wilden- riain will be on display on the fourth floor of the North Carolina Museum of Art from Feb. 11 until March 3, according to General Curator Ben F. Williams. Miss Wildenhain's pottery embraces both the old and the new, with shapes derived from the c l a s s i c straight-forward utilitarian objects such as jars and cups, and yet each object also has the contemporary approach to sculptural form. Her pottery has been included in every major c e r a m i c exhibition since 1937, and she is represented in museum and private collections both i n Europe and in the United States. Her book, Pottery: Form and Expression, was published in * CUM-PARK PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER * SHOP TONIGHT UNTIL 10 P.M. Open Sunday 1 P.M. - 8 P.M. 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