Pacific Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Sep 22 1983, Page 9

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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - September 22, 1983, Tokyo, JapanThursday september 22, 1983 Pacific stars and stripes 9 ventilated but unlighted vault he planned to play suspension without credit or makeup work Pri Vibra Harp and Harmonica and drink Only won t be passing Over and joining them. I have no expectations of dying from this work he of friends filed by the body during the funeral held on the porch of a Large House near downtown Winona. Urmano Laid out in a hand made coffin wore a Black suit White shirt red tie and wraparound sunglasses. The Hearse carrying the artist was late arriving at the burial site because the Driver and pallbearers stopped at a bar for a Beer. They rested Curman and the coffin on the bar for their Toast. Urmano was buried below a Granite Headstone inscribed with a pacifist poem. said a student caught kissing or hugging a third time could be taken before the school boar for More severe action. The Midwest Wisconsin Call for school Boycott fizzles Milwaukee a a Call by Black minister for a one Day Boycott of Milwaukee schools was unheeded by most students the school superintendent says. Lee r. Mcmurrin said no teachers and very few students apparently participated in the Boycott. No attendance figures were immediately available because schools do not report daily he Wisconsin ministers Fellowship Confer ence representing 60 Black churches urge students to Boycott classes charging Black teachers were being Laid off and Black student treated poorly. They also charged the system had a poor record of hiring denied the allegations. Minnesota new Levels of artistic development Rushford Minn. A spending the weekend alone playing the Vibra Harp and Harmo Nica might not seem like Art. But when it s done inthe total darkness of an underground burial vault it s an initiation into different Levels of Billy Urmano who was lowered into the vault saturday after a jazz funeral and planned to emerge today said beforehand that he would be dealing with the the cause of death on a mock pathologist report was listed As a flair for if i can make Contact with the spirit world i lube serving As a Goodwill ambassador said the 33 year old Urmano As he prepared for the final actor his performance for the in the Mountain states m Idaho cracking Down on romantics Wendell Idaho up holding hands . For boys and girls at Wendell High but just about everything else is , necking kissing or fondling any part of the body that would not normally be publicly exposed Are All prohibited under regulations approved last week by the school Board in this Rural Southern Idaho Community. School principal Charles Meyer said the new rules were adopted by Board members who noticed a provocative Rise in kissing and hugging Amon students last year. It s been quite a problem Meyer hands or putting an Arm around the Waist or shoulders will be the maximum display of affection permitted and dancing will be done with propriety the policy who violate the policy Oitice will receive a warning but a second infraction will result i disciplinary sessions with parents and school officials that could draw a violator a three Day the Southwest Arizona diamonds behind bars Phoenix Ariz. Up a mail order Diamond sales firm is operating out of a prison cell under the leadership of a swindler and a have been no complaints about the company run by swindler Paul Southworth the Gem firm s president and kidnapper Robert Moormann the general manager but officials say Advance approval was not obtained. Inmates Are permitted to operate businesses but they must first be approved by prison officials. The kenyan Diamond Exchange however was no scrutinized by officials. John Turner of the state department of corrections said it was now being checked out although chief assistant attorney general Steve twist said there have been no complaints promotional material says a $45 membership fee entitles customers to top Quality diamonds rubies sapphires and emeralds at savings of unto 75 percent the Arizona Republic newspaper said in sunday s is serving eight to 10 years after pleading guilty in 1981 to securities fraud an Selling unregistered securities. Moormann is ser ving nine years to life for the two Day kidnapping of an 8-year-old Flagstaff girl. The better business Bureau of Maricopa count notes Southworth s criminal record in a report on the company and recommends extreme caution in doing business with the firm. Whale of a problem Michelle Smith of Cocoa Beach fla., holds a baby pygmy whale that was beached nearby. The people Are keeping the whale wet and comforted until experts from sea world in Orlando arrive. Up

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