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   Courier News, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1969, Blytheville, Arkansas                              Courier Blyftevflle, Friday, Jane 9, BHS Honor Roll MEDIC Blythevi'le Hi.tfi School llth GRADE: Vicky Bray, lor the second semester is'Becky .Crowe Wicker, Stanley Whittis, Debra Burl is on, Diane Dapp, Gerry Dean, Cile Dilla- hunty, John Germain; Kelsey Harrison, Jim Hefley, Kelton Henson, Gloria Hill, Bru- ce Johnson, Betty Kelch, Trudy Larkin, MeCullough, Wo odson Mcllsney, Barry Ramey, Bera Rogers, Jim Ross, Liana Smith, Lou West Stalcup, fiecky Strickland, Jean ferry, tommy miltee balked at spending arto Tompkins, Billy trotter, Ellen tt h'lows: 12th GRADE: Susan Ramey, Chris 'jompkins 111, Jeanel'a Bojd, Briley, B r e n d a Brothers, Burks, Joe Burton, Bill Caudiil, Connie Co'uier: -Tim Dailey, Julia Davis, Vir- gil Steven Davis, M a r k D a y, Chad Deal, Judy Edwards, Jan- et Ellis, Lou Etchieson.rPalric- U Gaines, Palsy Gann, Jeff Gardner, D an n y Goad, Becky Greer; _..... ..Don Griiham, Charles White, John Worlund and Randy Johnson. Wfh CHADS: Vicky Bane, Debbie Abbott, Karen Elizabeth Baker, Jimmie Dale Ballon, j David Joe Sectarian, Terry Lee Bennett, Linda Byrd, Catherine Lacey Carter, Thomas Alan Haynes; Kathy Human, Brent Martin, Wilma Jean Charles McCalla, Donna Moody, Debor- ah Ann Morrow, Nebhul; Terry Payton, Diana Rine- hart, Donna Ring, Harold Ship- ley, Tim Allen Smith, D e e n a Joy Sutton and Tommy West- brook. (Continued from Page 1) ntends to begin service in the county without a base of opera ons in Leachviile. "As I said before (at previous ppearances before a c o u n t y rhbulance study committee) if t becomes necessary I will get P a base in Manila and, of ourse, the Quorum Court has Margaret Reeves, Donna Rod- made provision for it (the ad- en; ditiorial ____ Carroll Hall, Judy Hal Jerry Hay wood, Joe Hes ter.'Caro Ann Sara Lou Hoke, Bill Hubbard, .Connie Hudson, Margaret Johnson, Clark Long, Don Long; Sbtroo Loa Lynn, Teresa ManU, Jan May, Barbara Mays, Paula Melvin, Terri Mbdfager, Nancy Hosier Nash, Naney Kunn, Lena Ray, Ronnie Richardfon, Debbie Rwuie Rowland, Greg Simon; Nell Smart, Diana -Strickland, Steve Tegelhoff, Joe Ann Trox- Webb, Linda West, Pam West and Audrey Wisdom. I A. M. ROUNDUP (dattaMd irtm Page One) of Bermuda length, with a enam or background." _..., Holderby also said Mrs. Harrij thought the youth wai .either'wearing sandals or was barefoot because he made noise with his feet as he ran from the office. The mqtel manager would not disclose how much iracwy was taken in the robbery saying "the police didn't think it would be a very good idea." HoWerby did say that the amount taken was not ez- "because many peeople pay with traveler's and usually don't have of cash on hand." ;Ihher account of the hold-up, Mrs. the Courier News, "He just came in and asked for the mon- I gm tt to him and didn't she said laughing nervoujly. Mw. Harris said even flwugh the robber held her at bay with the pistol, he never threatened her life verbally. Investigation of the robbery Is continuing today. THE BLVTHEVILLE Chamher ol Commerce month- ly luncheon will be held at the Holiday Inn at noon Monday. I' The speaker will be Fred Fancher of Little Rock, prendeot of Meyers Bakery POLICE RECOVERED a 1967 OldsmobBe yesterday tbout 2 p.m. in the Day Slopping Center parking lot, authorities said today. The vehicle, owned by Mrs. Jerry Scrape, was re- ported missing shortly before 1 p.m. Wednesday after she discovered the car' had been moved from its park- big place at First and Main. Officers said the car had been abandoned in run- J ning condition, THE MISSISSIPPI County Farm Bureau yesterday telegrams to U.S. Sen. J. Wm. Fubright and Sen. John McCleHan protesluig a proposed ceiling on farm subsidy payments. In part, the .message said: :_' "Mississippi County Farm Bureau looks with in- alarm at-the recent House action Sn voting limi- totiodf on "farm payments. "We realize that some changes in farm programs are inevitable, but we think that limitations are un- fair. If tte level is allowed to become law what T; Isio prevent a or The telegram was signed by Chris Tompkins Jr. of Burdette, president of the County Farm Bureau. T MISSISSIPPI COUNTY JR. COLLEGE Committee wffl meet tonight at 8 in the First National Bank building according to Edwin Holstead, chairman. I' There is special emphasis on tonight's meeting, Hoi- stead said, as members of the committee will plan their house-to-house canvassing drive to contact county voters prior to the election. Hopefully, he added, women representatives from the county's churches, Parent-Teacher Associations, and women's clubs win be present at the planning session, SUITS FILED in the Osceola District of Circuit Court i include the following: Planters Oil Co., Inc., versus Bud Sparks, on account. itiorial But, he was asked, hasn't the county ambulance study com BJHS Honor Roll Following is the honor roll of Geesliri, D. Greene, P. Green, Blylheville Junior High School niw isvuuui ib> Jiau, U. Hal MTU f, flflllllUli t A civi Hi for the second semester: L. Hampton, b. Harris, A. Har- p. Reid, D. Rinehart, k t-i i OnU.Jj.TJl n Seventh Burin, C. r'isori, D. Heriion, V Hill C Brock, H. Bracey, D. Bennett, D. Beckman, K. Baker, P, Chap- T. James; man, D. Chapman, G. Chuch. well, G. Cooper, A. C6x, R. S. Daniels, E; Day, J. Elliott, L. Foster, S. Francis; W. Ffartklin, G. Gardner, K. iier a year on service here? Chism expUined that if he must put an additional amublaii e of the Super Rescue type n Leachville, it will cost the the additional "However, if they are willing o let me put the straight am- lularice (the smaller vehicle) in Leachville and if Leachville city jfficiils are willing to furnish uitable living quarters, a place o house the vehicle and pay utilities, then I'll put the other base in at the same a he said. Chism quoted Leachville May- or Joe Cashion as saying he is willing to try service out of ust the Manila base, "since we are only going to b e tight or 0 minutes away from Leach- ville day or night." Hiring although he doesn' t mow how may employes will be needed-rwill begin sometime next week, Chism said, and he ilans to move to Blytheville to direct the county operation him- self. Bill Simmons of Medic's Pop- ar Bluff office will be moving o Osceola to direct service here. "Jim Halford, who is manag- er of. our Poplar Bluff office, will continue here as Chism said. Articles of incorporation, for Medic to operate in Arkansas as a Missouri corporation, will be filed with the secretary o f state within a few days, h e said. weekly menu for county head start June Monday SfiKk Cup of Grapes and Milk Urach Oven Fried Chicken Whipped Potatoes Graen Salad Rolls with Butter Fruit Mix Cup Milk Tuesday Snack Graham Cracker and Orange Juice Lunch Beef and Gravy Fluffy Rice Buttered Peas Rolls with Butter Peach Half and Banana Slice Milk Wednesday Spack Apple Sauce arid Milk Lunch Weiner Beanie Combination Salad Corn Bread with Butter Peach Cobbler Milk Thursday Snack Banana Half-and Milk Lunch Beef Tallarina. Mexa A Beans Tossed Salad Rolls with Butter Oatmeal Cookies Milk Friday Snack Prune-Peach Cup and Milk tench Fish Sticks Buttered Potatoes Green Salad Rolls Lemon Delite Milk by oonee, R, Patton, D. McCrles- tdrt, L. Partlow, C, Parker, Nicholson, T. Murley, M. Mose- ley, B. Moore, R. Moody, D. f. U1OT1, Mitchell, J, McHariey; R, Hall, D. Halsell, p. -Ti McCiruder. b. Peterson, R HiriderliWf, S. Muihes, S. Lteg'iR' m -o n. L. t. Kemper, S. Kbg- elschatz, M. Sharp, R. Matt, J. McHariey, K. Mcertiie, B. Mc- Spadden, V. Murphy. M. Neb'hut, K. dkilvie, E, Regenold, C. Pat fort, P. Partlow, C. Partlow, K. Parker; B. Osborrie, K. Slaughter, M. Simon, S. shouse, S. Sandow, D. Sanders, 6. R6dgeri, D. Rob- ertson, S. Riddell, R. Simers, J. Schumacher, R. Rowland, j. smith, ft. Strasters, S. Stribiing, B. Thorntftn, S. Hunt, G. Smith, K. Wells, s. Whlhile arti J. 2ie- bertbein. Eighth Beailey, T. Blasingame, A. D. Bu- ie, C. Carson, S. Decker, G. Crook, J. Cohen, M. Day, J. Crocker, G. Dapp, M. Derrick, K. J, Conley, P. Flagg, L, Elliott; D. Ertel, L. Garrison, D. Gills, S, Griffith, S. Gurley, P. Gurley, J. Hard, N. Harrison, S. Harris, C Harvey, I. Haywood, E, Her- ner, M. Hughes, Mark Hughes, C. Richardson, V. Johnson, R, Martin; Z. McBride, S. Knipple, K. Knop, p. London, S. Macre, R. Schmidt, P. Shirley, Steinsiekl M. ta'y- lot, W. Thomas, S. Tbriipkini, Services By COBB FUNERAL HOME INTEGRITY HORACE WALPOLE, 4 p.m Friday, in the 6, Stone, C, Tegethoff, G. Thorn- Hunt, L, Daniel, G. Elliott, D. Evans, Z. Harrison, L, Hall, jOfl. u, u, nail, o, M'fields, D. Yarbfough, B. Johnson, R. Kuy. Wy, C. Webster, S. Weaver, Williams, K. Brown, B. While .L, Long, S. Koury, M. Nunn, _" j tt Ciflmin It KkanairfAU D n. and G. Ziebenbein, uuiui grade-F. Ashby, B. Bane, D. Caldwell, D, Cafnell, M. Coldtharpe, t. Crowe, M. R. Sigrnin, D, Bhaneyfelt, P. J. Robinson, C. Smith, N. Veach, D Stribllng, C. y, A WilliarVis, B. Wilhite, T. Whittle arid J. Walker. LUXURY BEYOND YOUR DREAMS Your Grwp. COACH RMS APARTMENTS The above photo ii just a sample of the modern Spanish liv- ing offered by the Coach Arms Apart- ments. Beautifully landscaped with many trees for comfortable living. AH Apartments fur- nished with applian- ces, carpets and drapes. CALL FOR INFORMATION DAY 532-5316 NITE 763-9400 NSC Meets Monday BIyfheville's Eastside Neigh- borhood Service Center Council will have its regular monthly meeting Monday at p. m., according to Geraldine Ford, NSC spokesman. The public is invited to the meeting at 701 South Lake, she said. J. W. Robinson Jimmy Wayne Robinson, 16 of Manila, died Wednesday in Memphis Baptist Hospital. He was born In Tennessee but moved with his parents to Manila shortly after his birth. In addition to his parents, Mr., and Mrs. Eber Robinson of Manila, he leaves three brothers, Sidney Robinson ol Osceola, Raymond Floyd Robin son of Leachville, and Ronald Dean Robinson of Manila; Six sisters, Mrs. Lucille Mills Mrs. Clara Ingram, Mrs. Viola Jones, Mrs. Cathrine Collins Miss Linda Faye Robinson, ai of Manila, and Mrs. Flsssie Jewel of Luxora. Services were conducted this morning at in the Pente costal Church in Manila Rev. Carl Brown. Burial was in Manila Ceme tery hy Cobb Funeral Home. J McWilliams Services for James McWill ULIM m me iams, 83, of Manila who died terminal frying to gel Camp bell's autograph. Campbell, who will have the leading role in the movie ver- !sion of another Portis novel, said he believed his future was primarily in records and televison. "I don't know that much about the movie end of it." Campbell visited briefly at Girta State at Camp Robinson before attending the premiere and left Little Rock following SNIPING (Continued from Page 1) port apron and crowded in the earlier this week, were conduct ed Wednesday in Manila Firs Baptist Church, with burial i n Manila Cemetery. In addition to his wife, he leaves five sons, Chester McWil- liams and Morris McWilliams both of Manila, Bob McWiliiams of Elaine, Ark., Odell McWill iams of Blytheville, and Ludie McWilliams of Kansas City; Three daughters, Mrs. Marion L. Dyer of Armorel, Mrs. Vera Burrow of Manila, and Mrs. Ali'he. showing for a concert Florida Services r Tomorrow at 2 RWgeway of ton'8ht ta Charleston, W. Va. One step ion, Barney Earl of Salem, Ark.; Twenty five grandchildren and 29 great-grandchildren. Andrew J. Florida, 61, a re- jired banker and prominent Os- ;ceola businessman, died yesler- .day morning in Osceola Memor- ial Hospital following a lengthy Illness. ii He WM born in Sweetwater, bnt had lived in Osceola ftace moving there in 1918. H Ha was a member of the Bap- tist Church. I He became well known -throughout the it ate after the 'V. S. govtnnrtest was awarded 16.4 million mcome tax judg- against him and one of til brothers, George Florida, and their corporitioti in Feb .tuary 1966 by the U. S. District Ceort in Little Rock. t trnouat was later reduc- M by agreement to million September 1967. Florida had been In poor health since shortly after t h e Justice Department filed the suit in March 1959. In addition to his wife, Mrs. Lennie W. Florida of the home, he leaves three fislers. Miss Virginia Florida. Mrs. W. C. Mason and Mrs. J. B. Strick- ling, all of Osceola; Two brothers, Thomas P. Florida and James Florida, nl- so of Osceola. Services will be conducted at 2 p.ra. Saturday at the Osceola First Baptist Church. Officiating at the service will be Rev. Harry G. Jacobs, as- sisted by Dr. Ramsey Pollird. Burial will be in Memphis APOLLO Memorial Park Cemetery Memphis Funeral Home, fay Pallbearers will be J.W. Far- nLl .ia OhJendorf and Fabor White, (Continued from Page 1) fall ill. Landing and walking on Ihe moon will be the most stren- uous exercise astronauts have laced since space flight began. In his announcement Thurr- day that July 16 was the target date for launching, LI Gen Sam C. Phillips, program director, was careful to leave the door open for a de- lay. VIETNAM Continued from Page 1 comer of the triangle, {s the In- dustrial center of An Hoa, site of South Vietnam's only usable coal deposits. A large electric plant is heing built there to pro- vide power for the northern half of South yietnam, THE BLTTHEVTLli COUfilEB NEWS THE COURIER NEWS CO. BARRY fV. HALVES, 192S-W HAK8Y. A. 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