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Port Arthur News (Newspaper) - January 21, 1976, Port Arthur, Texas January tt. TJ cites honor roll students Y P..I. uarv Price. DehWe Proeperle. Sebastian Honor rolU lor Jef- (erson High School have been announced (or the first quarter. Making the hifh honor rail were: FRESHMEN Joan Blankenshlp, Steven Emery, Martin Fanette, Tina Gleawn, Luclnda Greenwald, Iva Henley. Teri Hilton, Karen LaBorde, James Magnus, Linda Prosperie. SOPHOMORES Timothy Adams, Leslie Badgett, Russell Barger, Richard Borei, Pamela Borne, Pamela Bourgeois, Patricia Bourgeois, Robert Bowling, Sharon Carlson, Denlse Cessac, Susan ColUzo, Karen Cox Rachel Cozad, Brenda Crawford, Jesse Crochet, Marshall Devall, Danny Draughon, Mark Durson, Susan Durso, Carole Fontenot, Dane Fowlkes, David Gilbert, Elisa Holt, BambiHuval, Brian Laird, Lesa Landry, Desiree Leon, Kristin Moseley, Donna Pope, Maria Ramirez, Julie Richardson, Leslie Scaff, Olga Spiris, Dartha Squyres, Kelly Steed, Nita Tap- scott. Jerry Tarver, Wendy Walther, Ellen Wood. JUNIORS Bernie Auld, Lacy Baker, Blake Beckcom, Debra Black, Christy Branch, Robert Campbell, Lynda Coons, Brandte Dattalo, Angela Dolce. Matthew Dore, Karen Dubose, Eileen Fey, Wayne Findley, Vicki Fontenot, Cindy Hance, Gisele Jackson, Tammy Jones, Hal Klein, John Lamb. David LeBlanc, Maria Lovelace, Patricia Ortego, Patti Palmer, Andrew Preslar, Cathy Redkey, Kathy Richard, Julie Roccaforte, Elite Rosas, Jennifer Schiwart, Nadine Sloan, Leslie Sonnier, Lyndi Stubbs, Denise Swanzy, Robert Talbert, Tony Tamez, Jean Tanner, Ronald Watts, Dan Webb, Kevin Zim- merman. SENIORS Regina Anniboli, Robert Barger, Leslie Ban-as, Deborah Beal. Lisa Brammer, Diane Broussard, Sandra Broussard, Susan Burris, Elizabeth Caillier, Guy Charles, Robin Clark, Theresa Collazo, Peggy Cook, Danni Daniels, Hector Davalos. Delphine Davis, Althea Foreman. Rhonda Guidry, Sandra Hall, Stephen Hamilton. Karen Hyatt, Andrea Jordan, Bonnie Laborde, Waiter V. Lacy, Phyllis Lalonde, Michael Latiolais, William Lavender. Elizabeth Marsh, Glenda Moore, Paul McKinzte, Jean Morgan, Laura Petrovich, Kathy Prowse, Lisa Richardson, Todd Rmehart, Debra Rivera, Jada Rogas. Keely Salvagio, Kenneth Sanford. Barbara Snider, Cheryl Stokes, Joe Tarver, Edith Thomas. Margaret Van Hess, Earline Young, David Zoch. Listed on the honor roll were: FRESHMEN Deana Allbritton, Cynthia Berryman, Brenda Bourgeois, Sharon Bromley, Cindy Broussard, Susan Burleigh, Terry Caldwell, John Cavender, Edward Coons, Brenda Dalon, Julie Deloney, Mary Eichenhorsy. Sandra Ferguson, Thomas Fitzpatrick. Mollie Girouard, Donna Gracedel, Laura Gunter, Bart Hamiter, Debra Hammond. Tuesday Hargrave, Wendy Holstead, Jeanie Ingram, Brenda Lamb, Eddie Landry. Kenneth Landry, Karen Larson. Sondra Lawrence. Donna Louvier, Richard Lyons, Todd Maraist, Conthia McDonald, Lisa McGee. Laurie Meaux. Andrea Meyer, Sharon Milner, Rebecca Moore, Gaddi Munoz, Gay Myers, Elizabeth Newsome. Mark Orta, Allison Parker, David Perciful, Christine Picard. Elizabeth Pool. Keith Pope, Robert Richardson. Mary Robinson, Nanette Rodney. Debra Rodrigne. Kevin Romero, Clark Russell, Elizabeth Saint Roroain, Mildred Schmidt, Ernest Schroeder, Daniel Simon, Ruth Simon, Michael Smith, Scott Snyder. Jean Strauss. Kevin Thompson, Phyllis Thompson. Vanessa Varnado, Michelle Williams. Nancy Williams. SOPHOMORES- Candy Alpan, Kelly Ash, Dayla Auld. Lori Babm, Marl Barbay. Karan Bennett, Joyce Bennette, Cynthia Erika Boudreaui. Charlotte Bourgeoia. Phyllif Bream, Mary Bridges. Charietta Brocks. Bessie Brousaard. James Brown. Wayne Bollen. Joey Burnaman. Neil Barren. Alan Byars. aifford Cariqnist. Joseph Carona. Ken Carona. Gayte Carr. Richard Carruth. Laura Casmore. Lenora Casmore. Yvette Castaneda. Ricky Celestine. Hardy Charles, Karen Charles. Kim Charles. Tina Chauvin. Terrell Clark. Russell Collazo. Francisco Coode, Charles Cotton. Forrest Cubbage, Udia Cuellar, Lori Gumming. Lisa Daigle. Lori Daniels. Katherme Defrancis. Jody Delino. Terri DeShazo. Thomas Deslatte. John DeWitt. Deam Dommgue. Sue Domlngue. Mary Dorsey. Sheri Doubrava. Dean Drummond. Dona Dubotf. Mary Duhon. Usa Dunkeriey. Keith Duplechin. Mark Ellison. Chris Erickson. Jeanne Farrington. Owen Farrington. Arthur Findley. Gregory Fontana. Rocttelle Gabier. David Gallegos. Bobby Gibson. DavxJ Goebel. David Gomales. Dkaima Con- lales. Lynn Grade. Edward Grady. Charles Hanks. Carla Hansen. Kathy Hawkins. Arthur Hernandez. Juli HoUtngswonh. Lon Howard. Lea A Huff. Annf lies. Gail Jackson. Lynn Kaf foglou. John Kirwm. Bryan Lacy. Cvnthia Man LaGrappe Phyllo, Lanier. Kevin LeBlanr MfhixU Udoux Bobby Loflm. James Urwrry Grtpory Lorano Nancy Lucas. Donna Karen McOam Deborah Erie McMastw Clay Matt Steven Meaui William Melton Pam Bobby Mouton Karen Munn. Ronald Pat-kman Perrj Palmer. Sharon Payne Ro> Karen Pern. Kell) Piercf. Tammy Piem. Rtftefl PirfJ Polk Michael Uovd Adrtenne Smith. Rhonda Smith, Mark Snyder. Jerrtnu Sollz. Natalie Spoooer, Pitrlce Stan- ibury, Pamela Stephens, Merry Stripling, Donakl Swanzy, Suian Tamplta, Donald TapMott, Bart Taylor, Sandra, Susan Wagner, Shanna Walker Sue Ware, David Wattenon, Robin Webster. Terence Welch. Keith Westby, Scott Williams, Martin Williamson. Wren Wiltshire. Julie Woods, Bryan Zimmerman. JUNIORS Valerie Arlsco. Marianne Ashy. Claudia Barbay, Danny Barclay, Bryan Bell. Carolyn Benjamin. ffJSSH Michael Thompjon. Shirleen Bob, Daryl Bobb, George Bodln, Melante Bodin, Terri Bonette, Debra Bonton. Janice Bourgeois, Mary Box, Patti Breaux, Carol Bridget, John Broughton, Carolyn Broussard, Jerresa Broussard, Shawn Bruno, Paul Bryan, Cyn- thia Bush. Janet Cannon, Vicki Capelto, Lucille Castro, David Champagne, Sally ChevH. Janet Christian, Ken Clark, Gregory Colletti. Bruch Conner, Carolyn Covington, Rosalyn Dally, Linda David, Gary Defrancis, Clinton Degeyter, Donna Deleon, Karen Denney, Harvey Dennis, Robyn Dillard, Nacy Dionne, Laura Dolce, Derick Drummond, Denise Dulore, Bridget Duhon, Carl Duplantis, Jan Duplantis, Debra Dwyer, Sarah Edwards. Michael Elchler, Joe Eidom, Danny Estrello, Dana Ewing, Elizabeth Kabacher, Willred Fasig, Anna Ferguson, Tina Fisher, Barbara Foshee, Karen Foster, Karin Fulda, Theresa Garcia, Paul Garvln, Kathleen Gibson, Paula Gilcrease, Kim Gillespie, Bryan Godkin, Russell Goldsmith, Susan Craig Schrader, Mary Price, Susan Sharp. 'LMU lUmlm, Donald Rtwson, Julie Richard, Alan Rising, Cindy Robinson. Steven Robinson, Donald Roccatorte, James Rogan, Christie Rogers. Nicholas Romero, Larry ROM. Susan Salem, Louis Sandoz, James; Schofleld, Bobby Schroeder, Cathryn Scott, Mlrlan Scott, vauiijM Jennifer Seaman. Tomothy Sebastian. Tammy Sharp, Lisa Shaw. Michael Slnegal, Stephanie Slnegal. Ben Smith, Deanna Smith" Pamela Smith, Routine Smith, Wesley Smith, Carol Spurlock. Vanessa Stelly. Glen, Storms, Florence 'Catherine Taylor, Kiren Therlot. Cynthia Thlbodeaux. Gregory Thompson, Janet Thompson, Reginald Thompson, Rhonda Thornton. Cynlhla Tompkms, Rkhard Trahan. Valdex, Linda Vargas, Mark Waedemon, Kurk Walker. Patricia Walker, Nan Wallrau, Dennis Wappler, Janice Wan. Uto Waahtogton, Linda Watson, Eric Weldon. Pamela White, Emmett Witten, Ellyn Williamson, Marl Woodall. David Woodell, Virgil Wor- thlngton, Tracy Young. Robert Griffiths, Carla Guidry, Jerry Guidry, Russell Guidry, Troy Guidry, Whitney Guidry, Kurt Gumberger, Frederick Haizlip, Regina Hamilton, Carol Tollver, Mary Term, Robert Towne, Karen Triebel, Julie Tucker, David Turner. Cynthia Veltz, Seymour Vlnecoiir, Vicki Vlttum. Deborah Watklns, Pamela Webb, Jane Wllcox, Barbara Williams, Kelly Williams, Laurence Williams, Patti Prank WUIIford, Debra gCNIORS Mark Angelle, Andrew Avant, Thomas Avery, Jean Bailey, David Barclay, Zane Barra. Linda Beard, Stephen Bender, Cynthia Blanchard, Terry Boeltger, Denise Bordeton, Gail Borel, Annellese Bourdreaux, Deborah Bowling, Denise Brousaard, Ronald Broussard, Cathy Burge, Bert Carriere, Belinda Sally aayboura, Kathleen Coghill, Aaron Covington. Cheryl Crane, Michael Davis, Charles Delino, Eric Deranieri, Caria Deshazo, Carl DeYoung, Amanda Dionne, Carolyn Domingue, Ronald Doty, Carol Drake, Georgina Draughon, Gay Duckworth, Donna Dudley, Aaron Dupuis, Wayne Durham, Perry Eliasson, Linda ElUondo. Robyn Fields, Carrie Follett. Janice Fontenot, Thomas Foreman, Kim Formagus, Garry Fortune, RosalieGaona, Gwen- Old Selective i still 'alive and well' WASHINGTON (UPI) The Selective Service System, which many people thought withered away with the war in Vietnam, is alive and in the midst of radically changing its operations. The system, which has as its fundamental mission the registering of young men for potential military service, wants to hold a Congress sees Ford's new budget. Meanwhile, opposition to the national registration and to the very existence of the system is growing on, a number of fronts. That opposition is, of course, nowhere near that faced by draft officials during Vietnam, when the system had the job of providing thousands of service, wauuj compulsory one day persons for the war national registration for many of them reluctant or 18-year-olds and abolish unwilling to serve, the local draft boards. objections to the pen- Registration for military ding new system, as well service has been ...._.... carol service has oeen as-to belief selective HardmV Jill Gary gg, suspended since last AprU. service is necessary in the Guiiiory. Billy Originallyscheduled to peacetime system of an all takes Hoffpauir, Veronica Hudson, Jolene Hunter, Joyce Isam, Becky Isenblitter, Lloyd Jackson, Mary Jackson, Jodi Johnson, Marlene Johnson, William C. Jones, Kim Juneau, William Kestler, Kim King, Nancy Klutts, Knobloch, Ted Lalonde. Betsy Lamb, Laura volunteer military, takes Hammerle, Cynthia Hammond, presidential proclamation two primary forms. KU Prociriont Prtrrf in earlv miT. Hayes. by President Ford w early January, all talk of the new first is to the very necessity of the standby ji nCCCSSliy QI U1C kerry'Hebert, Stephen Henry, system has suddenly draft system itself. Vicki Henry, Elena Herrera, and spokesmen Sen. William Proxmire, without a purpose" and should be abolished. "Some say we need a standby Prox- mire said. "This is false. We have over 2 million men under arms and almost 1 million more in the Reserves. They can meet any national emergency short of all out war." Proxmire has introduced legislation which would abolish SSS. Other objections address the specifics as well as the spirit of the proposed new system of a national registration. The Central Committee for Conscientious Ob- jectors and the National Interreligious Service Board for Conscientious Objectors say the new _____s, Chartene Leon. Henry LeRosen, Ronnie Sherrie Irvin, Timothy Carol Jaseckas, Kathleen John- Lohmann, Lumbley, Carol Lynch, Karen Lyons, James McClure, Donna McDonald, Carol McElduff, Wanda McKinzie, Phoebe Me Pherson, Suzanne Martin, Rebecca Mathis, Jody Maner, Clanis Melancon, Arthur Melton, Lisa Messina, Elizabeth Migues, Clayton Miles, Jude Moreau, Virginia Moreau, Tammy Hor vant, Richard Nation, Dennis bneal, Johnny Orta, Leroy Perry, Victor Pittman, Kathy Popieiarczyk, Avnell Preslar, Anita Rate. Thomas Rachal, Candy Reagle, Jodye Rice, Mary Richardson, Terri Robbins, Julie Robertson, Linda Robison, Rodney Robison, Paul Robinson, Christopher Romero, Rosalind Roxanne Ronsonette, Franklin _____j, Patricia' Landry, Terrie Landry, Lula LeBlanc, Bryan Mayer, Sherry McCann. Connie McClelland, Gregory McCoy, Angela McCoy, Julie McRee. Patrick McGee, Connie McDonald, Paul Morrell, Travis Montondon, Timothy Mitchell, Paula Milner, Janice Miller, John Messina, Louis Morrison. Kathryn Moseley, Cindy Mount, Sharon Noack. Roland Norwood, Toya Norwood. RonaW Nunez, Cynthia Oliver, David Orgeron, Gustavo Orta, Cynthia Parham. Bonnie Parker, Ariene Patin, Sheryl Perez, Michael Peters, Karen Pierce, Oren Pierce, Karl Popieiarczyk, Oeorge Powell, IO SaV aWHIl ucw system until after Service is "a bureaucracy Contractors re-elect Hern BEAUMONT-David W. Hern, Jr., presidentof Delta Industrial Construction Co., Inc., and Delta Pipe Fabricators, Inc., has been re-elected as president of the Sabine Area Piping Contractors Association. Hern is a graduate of Texas University and has been engaged in construction activities in the Sabine area for more than 15 years. Other officers re-elected at the association s recent annual meeting were Vice President Ken Catighman of Carruth- Dishman Corporation of Beaumont, and Secretary-treasurer Robert Blackwell of Mar-Len Construction, Inc. of Beaumont. M.J. Barrett serves as executive secretary ot the association. 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