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Blytheville Courier News (Newspaper) - July 8, 1992, Blytheville, Arkansas index values will reach 100 to 105 in Arkansas for a few hours each day tiie rest of the the National Weather Service named 4 1992 Courier I hi of Mississippi ( Ark. 72315 A Park 98 No. 47 44 Pages 6 Sections July 8, 1992 completes certification Eileen Mississippi County recently completed her second certification update through the Arkansas County Collectors Certification program is offered by Southern Arkansas University Tech at Camden in conjunction with the Center for Government O'Neal was one of five collectors to receive her update at a statewide workshop held June 10-12 at Bull program provides officials with training opportunities and challenges while remaining current with the latest developments affecting their driver sentenced to four years in The Associated i A truck driver has been sentenced to four years in prison after pleading guilty to manslaughter in the death of a high school Dean 38, of Phoenix entered the plea and was sentenced on was charged with manslaughter in the Nov. 2 death of Jennie Lyn 16, of She suffered fatal injuries when the small school bus in which she was riding was by an 18-wheeler. A dozen others on the bus were school bus was returning from a football game in Mountain John Bynum of Russellville said he had no choice but to go with a plea bargain because a out-of-state witness refused to come to Arkansas to tables may go in men's The state lawmaker who brought more women's bathrooms to Pennsylvania's public places is back with a proposal to require tables in public bathrooms for men care of a necessity of our said Rep. Ruth the Democrat who sponsored the to include changing tables in men's bathrooms in new stadiums and other large public The Associated I High pressure will prevail in Arkansas today and Drying potential will be high Thursday with evaporation near 0.35 Lowest relative humidity will be 40 to 50 Sunshine will be 12 hours or Light dew morning will dry off around 9. use recycled Perkins filled the position of a in o few days with the help of to adopt new water billing CN Staff - The City Council voted 3 to 2 Tuesday night to a new water billing system to replace the current computer Warren Water Committee said the new system will cost the city a but said the cost will not be carried over to the 400 water system members agreed that the current computer system does not work the way the city had They also said that maintenance cannot be performed on the current system because of the unavailability of maintenance new system will provide a and billing system for the and the city will not be subject to other costs that may result from future a council member computer company in Ravenden in Randolph County will provide the new which council members said will be more advantageous to the new bills will keep track of how many gallons of water are used per The new system will also keep track of past other council Approved a per month pay increase for Jack city water The vote was 4 to 0, with two council 5 to 1 to two The members appropriated to have and Canal streets Members agreed that contain numerous potholes and other that need to be nations billion in Russian squad leader for the Emergency Rescue shows children the library one of the boats used to save lives of people involved water of the Ihc Public Library on to h water Pal to the how lo use meets with tests tough new family values Immediate 763-3575 lo place your ROCK - Clinton had Nebraska Sen. Bob Kerrey fly to Little Rock for a midnight meeting on the vice presidency as the candidate tested a new against the Bush administration on family and Kerrey met for about 90 minutes at the Arkansas governor's chatting on the porch and shaking hands when the session broke up 1::50 Clinton's former rival for the Democratic nomination smiled and shook his head at for him to stop and A marathon Kerrey later sprinted through a local Holiday Inn to avoid Clinton's aides have asked prospective running mates to keep the discussions kept up his silence on his saying going to make a decision pretty soon when he arrived home after a campaign appearance in before an African Methodist Episcopal Church while in Clinton helped stoke the speculation when he met with Harris Wofford of Pennsylvania and Bob Craham of to discuss the vice presidential Sen. A1 of Tennessee and others are also said to be under Clinton planned to travel to Pine to highlight a program in his He was also scheduled lo pick up the endorsement of another former Paul said he and Tsongas a lot more in common have 1 need his I'd like to see liim 1)0 part of the lali campaign he part of the next Clinton said of the former Massachusetts the convention in in a signal that he's to cede the family values issue to President raked the White House for tailing to back education or tax policies that he said would help people more to make this an unfair than any generation of leaders in 50 Clinton some of his strongest and most extensive words to on the family values campaign the Republicans are ticked ott a wide range of issues on which he said the on page 2 leaders today wrapped up a troubled endorsing a billion aid package for Boris Yeltsin but quarreling still on world trade problems that have stymied them for a communique marking the end of the 18th annual President Bush and six other leaders said the transition to democracy in Hussia and other former communist lands involve painful We offer the new states our for they shortly before sitting down witli the Russian were the customary smiles all around as tiie three-day summit drew to a Even there were signs tlie leaders chafed at the limits on their ability to influence said there was a kind of mood of hanging over the with most leaders reporting a general mood of disaffection at He also said he doubted there was enough in the world to instantly solve the problem of the Russian talks themselves produced no breakthrough on a dispute blocking world trade Nor was there agreement on a strategy to boost economic growth and push the world away from Bush and the leaders of Italy and Canada over differences with vague promises to coordinate polices supporting their actions as well as their tlie reflected a world undergoing dramatic change in the wake of com had they concluded their sunnnit than the leaders reconvened for a photograph and meeting with Yeltsin The Russian leader was a lively presence in the center of the at one point waving with while tlie other seven stood stiffly in front of the arms at their seven then sat down to hear Yeltsin appeal for a two-year on repayment of the former Soviet Union's roughly billion foreign Minister Kiichi Miyazawa said earlier that Russia may get year grace period later this year on repaying the debt that matures in the next 18 Hi the traveling tor a security a group that today suspended from its meetings in retaliation for Serbian attacks on said the summit's shortcomings did not signal a ot U.S. are the sole superpower but thai doesn't mean that the way you lead is to he not the way you try to do who arrived in the sunnnit city on Tuesday in time for dinner with the other pronounced himself with his had breakfast with German Chancellor and German finance minister Theo Waigel said afterwards that the Russian leader told them that would meet all its hut it needed a breathing was a reference to Russian calls for a debt a subject omitted from the summit the summit leaders said they were prepared to offer the communist countries lor their specifically meant approval for a three-part program worked out by Russian leaders and the International Monetary to pump billion in loans and ottier into the financially strapped record flight will last day Houston - Rain at the landing site today forced the postponement of the space shuttle Columbia's return by a full lengthening what is already longest shuttle looks like Mother Nature has given you another chance to make a tighter grip on your Mission Control's Ken Reightler told the had been scheduled to land at Edwards Air Force Base in California at 9:0K a m EDT But after rain began falling in the flight controllers decided to delay the landing by one were no better for the second landing attempt at 10:4;") a.m. EDT - the only other one today forcing Commander N. Richards and his crew to an extra dav 11 111 That will bring the mission to a full two astronauts to the news by singing a few lines from the 190s tune the same song Mission Control for tlie crew Monday when Columbia broke the endurance re It luis you stay just a little bit longer can tell that you're really broken up about another chance lo spend a little bit more time on or said it would try again Thursday morning to bring the shuttle back to prefers the big desert lakebed at Edwards to the single runway at Florida's Space Center when the shuttle is loaded with extra in on page 2 s at Base donated a ease lo the of the Association on The ease was built by numbers of the Bomb Squad during World II as a trophy On hand for the citation Bud representative for the Col. Wooten of Eaker and representative for the state The case will reside at the of Farmers Bank
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