Nov. 3, 1962
WASHINGTON (AP)¿—¿President Kennedy was reported ready today to enter into special international inspection arrangements to clear ships through the U.S. blockade and thus apparently speed removal of Soviet missiles from Cuba.
Chaplain (Lt. Col.) Rankin Heflin, a native of Clark County who is stationed at Fort Gordon, Ga., has retired from the U.S. Army. Col. Heflin, a graduate of Kentucky Wesleyan College, the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and Advanced Chaplain School at Fort Oglethorpe, Ga., has spent the last five years at Fort Gordon. During World War II he spent two and a half years in the Southwest Pacific and more than two years in Germany. He also spent 26 months in Korea and Japan.
Palmer Scott Jr., Cole Road, was elected secretary-treasurer of the Kentucky Federation of Postal Clerks at a meeting in Nicholasville Sunday.