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BlythtvUle (Ark.) Courier News - Monday, May 1,19CT «* PAINSTAKING INVESTIGATION, step by step, ash by ash, was required of the panel reviewing the cause of the Apollofire that killed three astronauts Jan. 27. Examining a component from the fatal capsule are, from left, panel member Al Krupnlck of the Manned Spacecraft Center, and three combustion experts, Dr. Robert Van Dolah, U.S. •Bureau of Mines; Dr. Homer Carhart, Naval Besearch Laboratory and Irvine FtnkeL Lewis Research Center. Britain in Common Market Entry Try By LAWRENCE MALKIN LONDON (AP) - Prime Minister Harold Wilson's Cabinet agreed Sunday that Britain should try again to join the European Common Market, but it get conditions apparently to assure protection of its trading interests. The conditions were kept secret. They were part of a compromise agreement reached at an eight-hour meeting at Che^ quers, the prime minister's offi cial country home. Wilson sought a free hand to negotiate Britain's entry into the six-nation custom union •But seven or eight of the 21 Cabinet ministers are known to oppose British entry. They : stressed the-'econornic risks and NOTICE OF COMMISSIONER'S SALE Pursuant to the provisions oi a decree which was rendered by the Chancery Court of this District and County, in a cause therein pending, wherein Blytheville Federal Savings anc Loan Association, Plaintiff.. George R. Gorski, et-al Defend ants. I, the undersigned commissioner of said Chancery Court mentioned above, will, within lawful hours on May 26th, 1967, offer for sale at public auction to the highest and best bidder, upon a credit of three months, at the front dor of the court house in the City of Blytheville, Arkansas, the following property:- Lot Number Two (2) according to, the Replat of the Lansing Addition to the City of Blythevile, Arkansas. The purchaser at said sale will be required to give bond with approved security to secure the payment of his bid, and a le'in will also be retained on the property therefor. Donna Dicicco Commissioner in Chancery Marcus Evrard, 126 West Walnut Etreet Blytheville, Arkansas Attorney for Plaintiff. 5-1, 8 NOTICE OF COMMISSIONER'S SALE Pursuant to the provisions of a decree which was rendered by the Chancery Court of this District and County, in a cause therein pending, wherein Blytheville Federal Savings and . Loan Association, Plaintiff. Thomas L. Cuip et-al, Defendants. I, the undersigned commissioner of said Chancery Court mentioned above, will, within lawful hours on May 26th, 1967, offer for sale at public auction to the highest and best bidder, upon a credit of three months, at the front dor of the court house in the City of Blytheville, Arkansas, the following property:- The North Thirty (30) feet of Lot Number Seven(7) and the South Thirty (30) feet of Lot Number Eight (8) in Block Six (6) of the David Acres Subdivision in the City of Blytheville, Arkansas, as shown by recorded plat thereof. The purchaser at said sale will' be required to give bond with approved security to secure the payment of his bid, and a lein will also be retained on the property therefore. Donna Dicicco Commissioner in Chancery Marcus Evrard, 126 West Walnut Etreet Blytheville, Arkansas Attorney for Plaintiff. 5-1, 8 tried to attach conditions that might cripple British negotiators at Common Market headquarters in Brussels. * * » Officials said the compromise forestalled, at least for now, any resignations by these ministers. Britain tried to join the Com' mon Market in 1963, but its application was vetoed by French President Charles de Gaulle. Continental supporters -of the British -andidacy has urged Wilson to join as quickly as possible then negotiate the best possible deal from the inside. The critics in Brtiain want to arrange safeguards before they agree to membership. Among major problems worrying the Cabinet critics are the Common Market's agricultural system and its higher food prices; the future of New Zealand dairy produce and West Indian sugar, which long have been dependent on sales to Britain; the future of the British pound; the length of the transition period to cushion the change in industry and the British welfare state apparatus, and the free movement of workers. * * * Under the compromise agreement, it presumably will be up to Wilson to decide what measures are necessary to safeguard the interests of Britain and the British Commonwealth, including New Zealand and the West Indies. The agreement is to be ratified at a formal Cabinet meeting Tuesday and announced to Parliament and the nation shortly after. The leading Cabinet opponent of economic integration with Europe is Douglas Jay, president of the Board of Trade. 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Bailey has said the verdict would be thrown out on appeal, but the chief prosecutor, State Atty. Frank Schaub, said "there is BO merit" in Bailey's remark. "When the defendant didn't take the stand, we realized we wouldn't get the death sen: fence," Schaub said. "Our appellate courts have upheld many cases of this kind. "The judge and jury followed the law," Schaub added in an interview. * * * Coppolino, 34, was convicted Friday of second-degree murder and given life imprisonment in the death of his first wife, Carmela, 32, in August 1965. The prosecution claimed that the anesthesiologist fatally drugged her with succinylcholine, a paralyzing drug once believed undetectable after death. Tank Truck Wrecks MOREHEAD, Ky. (AP)- L. W. Forrest of Warren, Ark., was injured Sunday when the tanker truck he was driving jacknifed and overturned about nine miles east of Morehead, spilling about 100 gallons of nitric acid. He was reported in fair condition at a Morehead hospital. Police said the tanker, owned by ,the Wheeling Pipeline Co., was heavily damaged. It was en route to South Charleston, W. Va., from El Dorado, Ark., carrying 27,000 gallons of a 47 per cent nitric acid solution. Firemen poured water on the acid throughout most of the afternoon, attempting to dilute the solution. By 7 p.m., 12 hours after the accident occurred, workers had pumped the tanker's contests Into another truck. No one was burned by the acid, which spewed from small puncture in the tank. Kemember Pay-• Your Paper Boy CARD OF THANKS We would like to thank our many friendsYand neighbors for the lovely cards, flowers, food-and expxressions o sympathy extended to us at the death of our loved one, Frank Privett. Also .our thanks to Rev, P. H. Jernigan and Rev. Glen Johnson, and to Dr. C. C. Brock and the nurses at Chickasawba Hospital for the courteous and efficient care. It was all greatly appreciated. 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