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Blytheville Courier News (Newspaper) - June 13, 1969, Blytheville, Arkansas Page Eight— Courier News. Blytheville, (Ar*.) — Friday, iftme R, w    _ BKS Honor Roll MEDIC „    ' (Continued from Page I) _ „    .    .    .,    .    ...    . B rthevi> Hith School honor’ lith GRADE: Vicky Bray,    *    Following    is    the    honor    roll of tnll for the 5?'ond semester is Reeky Crewe Wicker. Stanley intends to begin service in the Blytheville Junior High School gf j* '    Whittis, Debra Burlison. Diane county without a base of opera- for the second semester: .... i:*h    GRADE Susan Ramey.    Dapp, Gerry Dean. Cile    Dilia-    dons in    Leachville    Seventh    grade—D. Bunn, C. Ch"'    .ompkins IU, Jeanetta    hunt7, John Germain;    “As I    said before    fat previous    Brock, H.    Bracey, D    Bennett, Teresa Brilev, Brenda    Kelsey Harrison. Jim    Hefley,    appearances before    a c o u n ty    D. Beckman, K Baker,    P. Chap- Bre'herr . ancv Burks. Joe Kelton Henson. Gloria Hill. Bru- ambulance study committee) if man, D. Chapman, G. Chuch-Burton Bill Caudill. C o n n ic ce Johnson, Betty Kelch. Trudy it becomes necessary I will set well, G Cooper, A Cox, S Cox, ^ ,fr’    Larkin. Bette McCullough. Wo- up a base in Manila and. of S. Daniels. E. Day, J. Elliott, Tim Da.ley. Julia Davis, Vir- odson McHaney, Barry Ramey, course, the Quorum Court has L_Foster. S Francis; fil Ste en Davis. Mark Day, Margaret Reeves, Donna Rod- made provision for it (the ad -Chad Deal. Judy Edwards. Jan- en;    ditional    cost).*’ et Ellis. Lou Etchieson. Patric- Bera Rogers. Jim Boss, Liana But, he was asked, hasn t the la French, Gmiw Gaines. Patsy Smith. Leu West Stalcup. Becky county ambulance study com -Gann Jeff Gardner, Danny Strickland. Jean Terry*. Tommy mittee balked at spending ano -Goad. Becky Greer:    * Tompkins. Billy Trotter. Ellen ther $6,000 a year on service Don Grisham, Charles Hall, White. John Worlund and Randy there? Jenda    Carroll Hall, Judy Hal-    Johnson    Chum    explained    that if he *    *    *    must put an additional amublan- lnth GRADE Vicky Bane, ce of the Super Fescue typ* Debbie Abbott Karen Elizabeth in Leachville, it will cost the Hudson, Margaret Johnson’ Baker, Jimmie Dale Batton, county the additional $6,000 BJ HS Honor Roll W. Franklin, G. Gardner, K. weekly menu for county head start sell, Jerry Haywood. Joe He? -ter, Caro .Ann Hill, Sara Lou Hoke, BUI Hubbard. Connie Clark Long, Don Long; David Joe Beckman, Terry Lee ‘ However, if they are willing Snaroc CLou Lynn, Teresa Bennett. Linda Byrd, Catherine to let me put the straight, am-Manti, Jan May, Barbara Lacey Carter, Thomas Alan bulance (the smaller vehicle) in Mayo. Paula Melvin, Tem Hayne*;    LeachvUle and if Leachville city Modfcger, Nancy Mosier Nash, Kathy Human, Brent Martin, onicials are willing to furnish Naney Nunn, Lena Ray, Ronnie Wilma Jean Martin, Charles suitable living quarters, a place Richardson, Debbie Rinehart, MeCalla. Donna Moody, Debor- to house the vehicle and pay Ronine Rowland, Greg Simon; ah Ann Morrow, Molly Nebhut; utilities, then I’ll put the other NetI Smart, Diana Strickland, Terry Payton, Diana Rine- base in at the same $30,000 a Steve Tegethoff, Joe Ann Trox- hart. Donna Ring, Harold Ship- year," he said el, Tommy Webb, Linda West. ley. Tim Allen Smith, Deena| Chism quoted Leachville May West* Pun West and Audrey Wisdom. Joy Sutton and Tommy brook. A M. ROUNDUP (Continued from Page One) Cowered shorts of Bermuda length, with a cream or white background.” Holderby also said Mrs. Hams thought the youth was either wearing sandals or was barefoot because he made . little or no noise with his feet as he ran from the office. The motel manager would not disclose how much money was taken in the robbery saying “the police didn’t think it would be a very good idea ” Holderby did say that the amount taken was not excessive, “because many peeople pay with traveler’s checks and we usually don’t have e lot of cash on hand ” In her account of the hold-up. Mrs. Harris told the Courier News, “He just came in and asked for the mon-•y. I just gave it to him and didn t argue,” she said laughing nervously. Mrs. Harris said even though the robber held her at bay with the pistol, he never threatened her life verbally. Investigation of the robbery is continuing today. THE BLYTHEVILLE Chamber of Commerce monthly luncheon will be held at the Holiday Inn at noon Monday. The speaker will be Fred Fancher of Little Rock, president of Meyers Bakery POLICE RECOVERED a 1967 Oldsmobile yesterday about 2 p.m. in the Day Shopping Center parking lot, authorities said today. The vehicle, owned by Mrs. Jerry Scrape, was reported missing shortly before I p.m. Wednesday after she discovered the car had been moved from its parking place at First and Main. Officers said the car had been abandoned in running condition. THE MISSISSIPPI County Farm Bureau yesterday sent telegrams to U.S Sen. J. Wm. Fubright and Sen. John McClellan protesting a proposed $20,000 ceiling on farm subsidy payments. In part, the message said: “Mississippi County Farm Bureau looks with increased alarm at the recent House action in voting limitations on farm payments. “We realize that some changes in farm programs are inevitable, but we think that limitations are unfair. If the $20,000 level is allowed to become law, what is to prevent a $10,000, $5,000 or $1,000 limit?” The telegram was signed by Chris Tompkins Jr. of Burdette, president of the County Farm Bureau. MISSISSIPPI COUNTY JR. COLLEGE Committee will meet tonight at 8 in the First National Bank building, according to Edwin Holstead, chairman. There is special emphasis on tonight’s meeting, Holstead 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, ParentrTeacher Associations, and women’s clubs will be present at the planning session. SUITS FILED in the Osceola District of Circuit Court Include the following. Planters Oil Co., Inc., versus Bud Sparks, on account. or Joe Cashion as saying he is Juice willing to try service out of just the Manila base, “since we are only going to b e eight or IO minutes away from Leachville day or night.” ♦ ★ + Hiring - although he doesn’t. know how may employes will* be needed-will begin sometime next week, Chism said, and he plans to move to Blytheville to direct the county operation himself. Bill Simmons of Medic’s Poplar Bluff office will be moving to Osceola to direct service there. “Jim Halford, who is manager of our Poplar Bluff office, will continue here as manager,”, 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. June 16-29 Monday Snack Cup of Grapes and Milk Lunch Oven Fried Chicken Whipped Potatoes Gr?en Salad Rolls with Butter Fruit Mix Cup Milk Tuesday Snack Graham Cracker and Orange J. W. Robinson Jimmy Wayne Robinson, 16,, of Manila, died Wednesday i n | Memphis Baptist Hospital. He was bom 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 of Osceola, Raymond Floyd Robinson 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, all of Manila, and Mrs. Flossie Jewel of Luxora. Lunch Beef and Gravy Fluffy Rice Buttered Peas Polls with Butter Peach Half and Banana Slice Milk Wednesday Snack Apple Sauce and 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 Lunch Fish Sticks Buttered Potatoes Green Salad Rolls Lemon Delite Milk SNIPING J McWilliams Services for James McWill -iams, 83, of Manila who died earlier this week, were conducted Wednesday in Manila First Florida Services Tomorrow at Baptist Church, with burial i n leading role in the movie ver-Manila Cemetery.    !    si°n of another Portis novel, In addition to' his wife, b e “Norwood,” said he believed leaves five sons. Chester McWti- his future was primarily in hams and Morris McWilliams, records and televison. “I don’t both of Manila, Bob McWilliams of Elaine, Ark., Odell McWill -iams of Blytheville, and Ludie McWilliams of Kansas City; about know that much movie end of it.” Campbell visited briefly at Girls State at Camp Robinson Three daughters,’~Mrs^ Marion ,before attending the premiere L. Dyer of Armored Mrs. Vera ^ left Llttle Rock following Burrow of Manila, and Mrs. Al.the shnwmg for a concert Ridgeway of Kokomo, Ind ; One step • son, Barney Earl of Salem, Ark.; Twenty - five grandchildren j and 29 great-grandchildren. tonight m Charleston, W. Va. 21 APOLLO THE BLYTHEVfLLK COURIER NEWS THE COL KIER NEWS CO. BARRY W HAINES. 1928-68 HARRY A. HAINES Editor-Publisner GENE AUSTIN Advertising Manager Sales National Advertising Representative Wallace Witmer Co., New York Chicago. Detroit. Atlanta. Mem Andrew J. Florida. 61, a re- J Florida    had been    in    poor    /rn ai tired banker and prominent Os- health since shortly after the    ln ceola businessman, died yester- j Justice    Department filed the    fall iii Landing    and    walking    on Sts day morning in Osceola Memor- suit in March 1959.    the moon will be    the    most stren-1 Second-class postage paid Jal Hospital following a lengthy j In addition to his wife, Mrs. nous exercise astronauts have I at Blytheville, Ark. Illness.    Lennie Wr. Florida of the home, faced since space flight began, i Memr>er °{ the Associated Pre* He was bom    in Sweetwater,    he leaves three sisters. Miss    In his    announcement Thurs-    By wnwmto mf ofbit- Tenn., but had    lived    in Osceola    Virginia Florida    Mr? W.    C.    day that    July 16 was the target    theville or any suburban town since moving there in 1918.    \    Mason and Mr?. J. B. Strick - date for launching, Lt Gen *’here r^rrier sendee is main H« was a member of the Bap- «»g. all of Osceola;    1    Sam    C.    Phillips.    Apollo' space I “o”?h "* P" ****• ** p*‘ tist Church.    «.,    ? brothers,    Thomas    P.    program    director, was careful! By mail within a radius ot 5t He became    well    known    F^'rl(^a anr^    Florida,    ai-    to leave    the door open for a de    titles $8OO per yecu. $5OO for W of Osceola.    ,    lay.    ** months $3.00 tor three throughout the state after the    sn v-    j    . j *    J U. S government was awarded , *TyiceIZL JTT* f a $6.4 million income tax judg-    ^    2y    .    0-d hi™    First    Church, ment against him and one of    ,,    ... his brothers, George Florida, .    ^ d the service will and their corporations in Feb- ^evJ?rryR G Jacpob* f ruary 1966 by the U. S. District    f*; F2msey FoUar,d: Court in Little Rock. VIETNAM Continued from Page I Burial will be in Memphis comer of the triangle, is the in* six months, by mail, outside 50 miles radius $18.00 per year payable In advance. Mail subscriptions are not accepted in towns and clues where The Courier News carrier serv Ice is maintained Mail subscrtp-ti Ona axe payable in advance. NOTE: The Courier News assumes no responsibility for pho- Tm amount was later reduc j    r^al    Cf    "    71    ^    °f    ^    H°3'    Slte    ^    en*r.v of South Vietnam’s wily usable    toss    or    mat«    left with it fox Pallbearers    will be    J.W Far-    coal deposits A large electric    p0581*31®    publication. Hi.    wk.,    ,    j    .    .    ?*• ,r>W Newcomb.    Melvin    plant is bains built there to pro-1 Hi*    brother    died    in 1967 et    „reck. Henry    J. Swift. Harold    vide power for the northern half OhJendorf and Fabor White. j of South Vietnam.    J ad by agreement to $2 3 million In September 1967 the age of 67. Geeriin, D. Greene, P. Green, R Hall, D. Halsell, P. Hamlin. L. Hampton. D. Harris, A Harrison, D. Henson, V. Hill, C. Hinderliter, S Hughes. S. Long, T. James; L Jones, t Kemper, S. Kog-e?schatz, M. Sharp. R. Marr, J. McHaney, K. Mcenzie, B Mc-Spadden. V. Murphy, M Nebhut, K. Dkilvie. E. Regennid. C. Patton. P. Partlow, 5. Partlow, K. Parker; B Osborne. K Slaughter, M Simon, S ShOuse, s. Sandow, D Sanders, G Rodgers. D. Robertson, S. Ridden, R dimers, J. • SOhumacher. R Rowland, J, Smith, D. Strasters. S Stribling, B Thornton, S Hunt. G Smith, K wells, S. Whlhite and J. Zie-benbern. * + + Eighth grade—J Beasley, T Blasingame. A. Brothers D. Buie, C. Carson, S. Decker, G. Crook, J Cohen, M. Christie, S. j Dav, J Crocker. G, Dapp. M Derrick. K Eagen, 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. Horner. M. Hughes, Mark Hughes. C Richardson, V. Johnson, R Martin; Z. McBride, S. Kmpple, K. Knop, P. London, S Macre, R. Services By COBB FUNERAL HUME INTEGRITY HORACE WALPOLE. 4 pm Friday, in the chapel. oonee, R Patton, D. McCries-ton. L. Partlow, C. Parker, . Nicholson. T Murley, M Moseley, B Moore, R. Moody, D. Mitchell, J. McHaney; T. McGruder, D. Peterson, R Presnell, D Reid, D Rinehart, J Rose. T Schmidt, P. Shirley, R. Snow, W Steinsiek, M Taylor, W. Thomas, S. Tompkins, S Stone. C Tegethoff, G. Thorn- M. Shields, D. Yarbrough, G. Wy, C. Webster, S Weaver. S. Williams, K. Brown, B. White and G. Ziebenbein. ★ ★ * Ninth grade—F Ashby. E Bane, D Caldwell. ,D Carrtell, M Coldtharpe, T. Crewe, M Hunt. L Daniel, G Elliott, D E\ans, I Harrison, L Hall, B. Hubbard, B. Johnsbn, R Kuykendall; L Long, S Koury, M Nunn, p Sigmin, D Shaneyfelt, P. Ro-yer, J. Robinson, C. Smith, N. reach, D Striding, C. y, a. Williams, B Wilhite, T. Whittle and J W’alker. ma LUXURY BEYOND YOUR DREAMS — Yet, Within Your Grasp. r The above photo is APARTMENTS just a sample of the modern Spanish living offered by the Coach Arms Apartments. Beautifully landscaped with many trees for comfortable living. All Apartments furnished with appliances, carpets and drapes. CALL FOR INFORMATION DAY 532-5316 NITE 763-9400 Tl}mu NSC Meets Monday Blytheville'* Eastside Neighborhood Service Center Council will have its regular monthly meeting Monday at 7.30 p rn., according to Geraldine Ford, NSC spokesman. The public is invited to the Services were conducted this meeting at 701 South Lake, she morning at 10:30 in the Pente- said. costal Church in Manila by;    _ Rev. Carl Brown. Burial was in Manila Ceme tery by Cobb Funeral Home. (Continued from Page I) port apron and crowded in the terminal trying to get Campbell's autograph. Campbell, who will have the WANT TO BUY A HOUSE? irs EASY. WANT TO SELL YOUR CAR? IT'S EASIER. WANT TO RENT AN APARTMENT? READ NO FURTHER. WANT TO TRADE COINS? RELAX! The answer to all of these question® can be easily solved by using our Want Ads. Using the Want Ads is not limited to our town. It can bring you an opportunity from many parts of the country. Find out for yourself! Use our Want Ads today. Blytheville Courier News ;

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